Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I In commenting on the Starke I mitted by the directors. Chamber. were raised the millage could be

ManslaughterCase and Bradford County Chamber of President Carl Johns stated. kept low by a legislative, act pro-

Board Prevents Commerce's proposal to appoint a I I Johns said the committee has viding for a ceiling on it for a

committee to look into the present I I not been appointed as yet since certain period. He said that people -

tax situation in the county Tax all the directors have not sub in the ,county would have the

Goes To // IncreaseBradford Assessor Gene Long says that he mitted their list of names. But, same guarantee in that case as

Millage 'doesn't want to get involved in Director Bishop stated, the committee they have now'when >we have low

any radical moves that would raise assessments. The millage would;
Circuit Court both assessments and millage. h ; never be raised he said, unless
County Commissioners trict- 3, who paid an extra mill One of the directors of the officials were sure the people were j
Monday night sharpened last year for retirement of an old Chamber of H. ,
Commerce A.
Yee in favor of it.
Gciald Wayne Crosby. 25. of their pencils and slashed their bond issue will be relieved of (Buddy
) Bishop believes that if 4
Starke will be tried in circuit proposed budget $33,000 to, prevent this extra levy in 1000-61, Morgan romething is not done to achieve Tax Assessor Gene Long pointedout

court for manslaughter after being an increase in millage rates. said, since this debt has almost -( truer valuation of property the that if the millage were decreased -
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involved in a head-on collision I'm going to do everything in been retired, For the first county will never 1 and assessments raised,

which killed a Lawrence my power to prevent a raise in: tine in many years the levy will I What the chamber grow.has the only people whoWul4 be pay

ville, Georgia woman in the earlymoining taxes," Commission Chairman H- be the same all over the county. :I achieve this is the appointment proposedto ing more taxes would. be home

hours of last June 11. A. [Buddy] Bishop stated em, Laskyear the county overspent: of a committee to look into the !iI1P'1j'.iBlshoo 1 owners. For instance,: he said:, at
"The county is Just I Its budget by $15.000 due the present rate of assessment a
Crcsby was bound over to circuit phat caUy. largely! i: tax situation in Bradford

court by County Judge T. A. fading water now" i to, $11.000 paid as the' county' I'i 7ith: the idea of lowering the County 41.25 ''I home valued at $9,000 may be assessed

Yawn after a preliminary hearinglast F The budget which the cmmJa1sion a&ir$-trf cost of purchasing and I I millage/ rate and raising assessments Lone- at approximately $3,000

Thursday ,July 14. He wallowed as approved for 1960-61 totals imrvevinf ,a site for the Florida | in direct proportion to the will consist of and the owner would be 'exempt
people from
$377.082.12. an increase of $'!4.- Development Comm lon'* new : from any taxes.
to remain free under a i decrease in
millage. The committee all walks of life such as
$1,000 surety bond. 000 over last year but the Cwnriilrsion's surplus\ property warehouse south will be, selected represen- But, stated Long, if the home
by directors tatives of the schools,
of county commission -
tax levy will remain"at Starke. The Commission also were assessed at its
Testimony showed Crosby to L of the Chamber of Com- full value:of
125 mills. bad $8,000 less to spend out of 1' : lawyers and businessmen. $9,000 the
be the driver of a car which collided ,, merce from lists of ,names sub- Bishop said that .if assessments owner would have, Jo
with another automobile on ____ School Superintendent H. P. the county's race track money pay taxes,on the $4,000 which, did
Morgan said yesterday the School: due< to a change in the division not come under homestead
SR 100 south of' Starke. Killed Shown above are a portion of approximately 160,000 posts l1o trQ's will at 24 mJIs.' formula giving the School Board Bad Taste exemp
was Mrs. Farrar Freeman 24, or levy stay i In City \Water Supply lion, though he would be paving
Lawrenceville, Ga. She, her husband on Green Post Company ground These posts are In the pro- i I I making a total county levy of 1 a bigger slice of the melon j at a lower millage rate.
cass of alr-d ')-Ing in preparation to receiving treatment that 41.25-the same as last year's. There was little carry-over!
Virgil and a 5 year-old l Both Bishop and Johns stated
daughter Vickie, were back seat will preserve the wood. I Taxpayers in old Starke Dis-: 1 i I said from with last the year's exception budget. of Darby the
passengers: in a car driven by of the county's tax prob
mosquito control fund which had
Mrs. Nita C. Williams also of i Post $11 lem is to obtain & truer valuation -
,000 ]left.
Company The bad taste !in
Lawrenceville. water ducted tests in cooperation with of property.so that,everyone
No drastic
Mrs. Williams was seriously inJured cuts were made inftr.y supply is caused by sulfur and the city's engineering firm. Test would be paying some taxes anda
part of the
new budget, but iron
LT1 deposits which collect in
the few 'would not be all
in the accident. On the bearing
Aids Bradford many small ones were elected asi I lines because of determined that the water
front seat with her'were.her husband the commissioners whittled a\'oay.!}naun. the city's inadequate chlori- from the city's new well con- the burden as is the case now.,

and son The two families In engineering firm "Ten to twenty cent ,of
the end, the Health tained 0.42 per
Department Reynolds, Smith and Hill, statedin ppm (parts per milli-
were headed to Daytona Beach received 11698.92 fine I! ) of people are paying all the county1
Tree FarmersBradford ; : a letter to City Clerk Merrill gram hydrogen sulfide (sul-
for a week's vacation. Loi. & and forfeiture fund totaled $81-i Edwards. fur). This is a relatively low taxes now," Bishop stated. He

The dead woman's, husband : 750,000; road, and bridge fund Thomas Rouzie, engineer with fjncunt and is average for the said that a'man could move into

testified that after passing County timber is now .: 125.107.63; and general fund the State Board of Health, con- area, the firm stated. the county now with two or three
through Stave, he looked up and being utilized in a way that is $157,388.42. The engineering firm said that children and buy a home and not

saw headlights approaching on' different atom its prior use and Clerk Darby is now competing: Huggins' chlorine attacks the sulfur and have to pay any taxes at all. "The

the ;wrong side of the road. His is also beneficial to timber grow- fnal work on the tentative bud- Helper iron deposits and sloughs them off man's home.. would probably be

wife and'daughter., sitting beside get outline which will be published causing the sediment to come exempt, Bishop said "And he
him. were asleep. he said. ers.The manufacture of fence in next week's Telegraph, Goes Down Drain; out of consumer's faucets. The would not be paying enough school

"1 shoved my daughter. the posts says Harry Green owner prier to its final adoption.In firm stated that the meager chlo- tax to, educate, his own children.

floor and covered her with\ a .pillow. and operator of the Green Post other business at Monday's A delegation of farmers; and rine which city water has been Bishop also stated that the

." the father said "I was Company on U. S. 301 five miles meeting.. Architect Frank George cattlemen appearing at the Coun- receiving for the past several county's 'high millage rate was

reaching for my wife wheq the north of Starke is helpful to tim- K ea offered his,services to the county i ty Commission meeting Monday years would attack the sediment keeping industry from cominghere.

crash occurred" he continued. ber growers because it utilizes for any future expansion or I night July 18. failed in their attempt near the chlorine distribution He cited the example of a

Mrs.Freeman was taken tq the I trees that cannot be profitablyused alterations program in the courthouse to induce the board to include renter but was not sufficient to hat and cap manufacturer who,

Bradford County Hospital Wl ere for lumber or pulpwood.. when the office space problem money in the 1960-61 bud- precipitate the deposits further when he heard the, millage rate

she was pronounced dead.. Green says that most of his comesto a ,head. get for .assistant county agent. from the point of distribution. quoted decided not to come to

Crosby)' ...: thougH Judge Yawn 10,000 posts per week come from } The Commission'also supplemented The commissioner's were unani- This, the firm said, caused the the county. Bishop said he; tg&i

said he: didnt have to;; took stands of timber that are too c the,toad'aid bridge fund mous in their sympathy toward complaints 'to come from some to explain that, thpug Ttlie mill-

the stand ''He said 'the last thing thick_ for the trees to grow well by $8,500 on a' motion by ,Commissioner the delegation but stated that parts of town and not others. age rate was high the assessments.

he remembered, prftjr fo Ute or too scattered for use as lumber I Lawton' Crawford. there just wasn't' enough money Chlorine is put into the water In Neon low. But the prospective setttars (.
crash; ,was crossing the railroad or pulpwood. Green helps Harry, Green owner .,f. Green 'Post, Co., operates one, of his M: G.,McMillan county surveyor available to, pay the assistant's the east part of town near the wanted to nnow, whit Would

tracks.eorsth of town.. He said f he timber growers by thinning their two peeling ,machine at ,the plant on Highway\ 'SOI north ,of was instructed by,the board to $4,000 per year:salary and thatit pumping' station, Clerk Edwards keep the tax assessor from ratsing.
,Buffered'a" head ,Injury standi and cotnpietethe1'survey: 'of the boat would take an increase the said. He also the assessments, BSstnop'sajd. '
timber ,
had; a few using too Sta kE'. The machine,strips. the post of its ,bark and:automatically I said that no com- .
days before' tti ; accident and he :small' for any other ,use. rolls itjdowa.a,Conveyorbelt,to he.8taL'.k topile i"ramp i site. :on Santa' Fe lAke. ;; millage, to do it.The, Commissionhad piaJQts.wua.rec&tved Tram east,ofIn replytoBia:: op'q ch rgr; Ta>t

be1IeVl'C1.th1s-caused. 'him:to *.blackout ,Five; "men"'are employed at the stiotintlie'pictnro t above., > already. takenalirm standagalnst' Walnut,Street.Treatment Assessor Long said .he would tike
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post- 'factory fun : City Registration i il increasing the millage '
: time' Green recommended by the to hear some .of the -names of

Both Crosby and Mead C. LewIs stated: 'and six producers who l Still this year, and appeared ,more de- the firm is heavy chlorination for businesses who did not settle heft _

Starke. a passengerand owner cut ,and haul .the poles to the Ejooks, Open tert lined, than ever Monday a few days and then thorough because,of:the bigh'mflage rates

of the car .driven by Crosby factory, also work at various 1I City Declares/ Pipeline; ; Company ., City Clerk Merrill Edwards night when they slashed the budget flushing of'the, water mains. As "Industries such as this who ate

testified! they had/t spent the previous times. Each producer has several warns residents that: only a month to, the tune of $33.000 to slimes are attacked and removedthe scared by a $1,000 or' so in taxes
C.es'down. '
evening and early morning helpers which makes the company's I In Default'Of Its':Contract remains in which they can register keep exp chlorine demand will be reduced would not\ be ta good Investmentfor
Foster Shi
Smith head of the
hours visiting friends'and playing employees number around ( f tt( vote in the coming city and the amount fed can the county anyway," Long
cards In Melfose.Botn 40; Green said. 'election delegation said, "An assistant be,decreased to a much lower rate, stated. file declared that 'millag
The City Council'their' rega- Fated the. total gas receipts .for1' agent will cost money but will also the firm stated. It
The take rates and assessments here are
men said they had some company's payroll each Registration books will close may
l&r meeting Tuesday night, July :August at $7,500 and total eXpenditures benefit, the entire county." '
week several weeks for the chlorine to W line with Of
drinks but that Crosby had only is approximately $1,500 August 23, sixteen days prior to not out the rest
19 declared the Brown for the same Commissioner! Lawton
period Crawford
two, &nd these were taken around most,of which stays in Bradford the election tm September 13. reach the outer extremities of the the state much, if at alL.
pipelineCo.i of Atlanta, at $5,010. This newest item of thecity's said that was "all well and good, mains the '
firm also
10:30: ; mat tavern County, the owner stated. Green Many residents, Edwards said stated. "Businesses that-fuss about the
p. a near contfact to but
I Ga. in default of-their budget is called the Gas where will we get the mon- Plant
Ketstone Heights. estimates that over the course of the Fund. have not yet registered to vote in Light SuperintendentRiley millage rates are Just using thatas
install I pipelines in city. Distribution Revenue ey?
Judge Yawn' said that photographs this year the company' will do the election. Wasdin stated that he had an excuse not to come here/
Council declared that the ebm- Clerk Edwards also "Everyone I've asked about an been
reportedthat flushing out the city's fire
and other physical evidence approximately $110.000 worth of Long said. He also. stated that 49mills'
pany is way' behind schedule, Civil Defense authorities ap- assistant: agent gets fighting mad hydrants and that seemed to help
would be low estimate
Indicated that the car driven Soil Conservation a
having had since May, 3 to com- proved Motorola's low bid on tran- and wants to know why one is the situation more than anything Duvat
by Crosby was on the wrong The posts are sold as fast as of the millage rate in
installation of the system. sistorized radio and needed when there are less farmers else. he said
plete equipment Changes Location But the flushing is .
side of the road when the acct they roll out of the peeling machine County.-
City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. would pay half of the $9,045 cost. in county than ever before a slow process because it has to
dent occurred.. The company has a con- that kept industry front
5 edvised the Council to declare the John Torode presented Council The Farm Forestry & Sell Con- declared Commissioner be done in the late afternoon when "Has

Lab. Technician I tract Inc. ,of with Wauchula Florida for Fenceposts.5,000 posts company in default of nonpayment with a $10,943 bill from the Starke servation Bureau has moved from Harold Norman in the only; dissenting housewives are not washing onung to Jacksonville" he asked.

I week ; of its bills and inadequatework. Asphalt Paving Co. for the final the Wall building to the H. A. word about the proposed clothes or no one is bathing.If .
per but at present Green
Will Speak To He told the. Council to call payment for paving 27,557 square Lawson building at 218 East agent. J the flushing is done while
says they are buying all the posts,
Three CasesArraigned
on its bonding company to complete yards of city streets. The total bill Washington Street. Cattlemen Lonnie Harley a clothes are being washed the slime
Legion Next Week
Cal) produce. I the contract. came to $20,943 The phone number member of the delegation, said
; the city paid one will( remain ends up on the clothes. Wasdin

Earl Dockery, l lab :technician ai t to.At strip present,the bark two peelers from the are posts.used i Clerk Merrill Edwards tated bill of $10,000 on July 15. the same as at the old location- that boys are leaving the farm' stated that he had received ,By

Bradford County Hospital l, wit.1 Only pine trees,, are user Green that the city still owes, 1 Brown and Councilman Ruby Johns told WO 4-4361. [Continued On Page 6] i several complaints of that sort.

speak at the regular meeting o f: says; because Cyprus won't absorb Stephens approximately. $20,000) )in the board that the next time County Judge

the' Jones-Langford-WhjJe Post 56 the Creosote, which is used to unpaid bills. streets are paved in the city an : I

of the American Legion Tuesday,, preserve 'the posts.. The posts are In other action Mayor"BIlly agreement should be made whereby Three case were arraigned before

July 29,,at'8 P-m. on the operation I not treated here but sent to.. Jackson and Police Chief" Riley residents should pay half the County Judge T. A. Yawn
and maintenance of blood banks. : ,,move cost. She said other cities already
Wauchula. Sweat told the Council of a e '
They require an. eight last Thursday July: 14. '
Post 56 has had blood bankin II carried on this practice.
a to twelve week air-drying period I to form a committee of Negro
Yawn set July) 22 as the date
the past and is very interested before (they can be treated. About citizens: to curb Juvenile delinoutncy Councilman ,Orie. Wiggins told
in It for the I I for a preliminary hearing; on a.
getting reopened the
160.003 posts are now stockpiled ; in Reno Jackson told the the board best the city could s
benefit of post members and theirfsmilies Council of do about children 19-year-old Starke Negro Eurene'Smlth
i and! a problem of Negro now walking in
: drying at the plant.
according to Kenneth\ I children and teenagers being on the ditch, one the south side of Jr., charged with the rape
smaller of
The the two
i peeling
Crider, commander of Post 56. i the Reno streets at all hours of Washington Street from the high of H-year-old Negro girL The
Lab Technician Dockery. received '-- machines strips and cuts posts of j the Heilhron % judge ordered Smith held in the
:standard size. They are six feet nightThe school: to the old building 4:4: L-
his training at Carson New ten 'nches long with diameters Committee: For Betterment that houses the sixth .grade would county jail without bail until theheart..g

man College Jefferson City. Tenn. two Of Child Care In Reno" i is be to put ,in a six foot sidewalk. after the Negro pleaded ,
from and one-half to four _
and the Dell School of Technology,, ; innocent to the charges.
inche This machine operates an attempt to, help the Negroes Cost would amount to $1,200, he
Nashville Tenn. Prior to movingto automatically of Starke govern and help them said: of which the School Beard Smith had been arrested and
Starke Dockery was associated by a hydraulic sys- would' half. charged on the complaint of the
ttem. It I selves as much as possible, the pay
cuts rolls
peels and the
with the Oceania West Va. Clinic. victims parents. According to,
'nosM sine a conveyor belt to be Mayor said. He stated that the I Gas Superintendent Oscar Davis
.stock piled.; committee would consist of persons told Council that some residentsare Sheriff P. D. Reddish, the girl

The other peeler will take I I from all walks of life such installing unvented gas hot told her parents that on Friday
poles .
City Registration .of any size but is not automatic. as school teachers, clergymen and water heaters. He said he" did not t. ? night, July 8. Smith dragged her

The poles must be pushed laymen. Jackson said, he and know where the unvented heaters behind the Reno Theatre and;;

Sweat would not be members of were coming from. Council in- raped her.
Books CloseAUGUST through hand
by and then cut to
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L July 22 Is also the date Judge,
.the desired length. The peelers the committee but would advise structed 'Clerk' Edwards to write
and give counsel to it. all dealers in Starke and inform Yawn set for a preliminary hear-
23 straighten! the posts to a certain them of the. In a happy'mood after just winning the SoftIn top row ((1 to r) Carl Lamar Johns, BID ing for Raymond Leon Miracle,
city ordinance which
The plan is, the Mayor said
extent'; Green says. I states that all such heaters must 1 ball ,League. championship, the Garden Restaurant EPP5, Mae MeGriff, Ray Goldwlre, Glen Reddish .30.tnd Maurice Dcese 38.
CITY ELECTION Greenestimates for one or two members of the
that he burns '
about ,$1,000 worth of 'committee to patrol the Renostreets 1 have vents.. team, ,downs as Manager Jimmy Rowe receives and Randall D n Bottom row Harold Oath charged' with assault with Intent'
wood in
: Chltty Rowe, and Dewayne Elder. Not shown lto murder in the attack on and
SEPTEMBER and'to Davis said that Recreat.o
13' at send tr05'h
the incinerator now. He plans to I night erring many persons the from. Council President :
install children home after their cur seem to be unaware of this ordi- are Bill Harrington, Ed Bennett, Joe Vallnsld' an ,elderly tavern owner. Cyrus Sis-:
a chipping machine in the
Randall '
few.'There Is a 10 pjra. curfew for nanqe and do not realize $ow Johnny Cooper ,trunk. Both men pleaded innocent
Register Today! near future to enable him to use youngsters under 15: and an 11 dangerous unvented heaters .can and ..were'atU1 in county j jail Mon
thts waste material '
The chipperwill p,m.'one for 16 year-olds. be, I day morning July 14, under $5,*
chop the left over ends from 1960-61 Softball League Champions
... the posts into fine pieces to be Residents of Reno also have requested The Municipal League Conven 000 bond each. .

sent tJ Fernandina and made Into stronger street tights lion is coming up in,October. Mayor ; In ether court action jesterday

paper. The only thing that Jackson said, to help to light some ; Jackspn told the Council. He The Garden Restaurant came I when Pitcher Bill Eppa walked the final game. The ,season was Kenneth L. Edwards, ,18-year-old

;This Space Contributed should be burned. Green says is of the dark sections and hang said this convention was an important out on top of, the Softball; League Harold Davis got on by inter- divided into two halves of play I.Marine stationed in' Jacksonville
'the bark of the tree.Ouardsmen outs. The Council agreed eitherto for ference from the catcher and
one city employeesand by beating Waldo 9-8 In
the final
PuffidzeCommunity ,
Weekly to put in larger bulbs or to install Randall Davis singled to drive with the Garden winning the first was bound over to circuit court

', JSYesis by, : Off more lights, which ever is felt that Starke councilmen gsme, of the playoffs last Wednes- Epps in. Mae McGriff then drovea half and Camp Blanding the after he pleaded guilty to vita
Council could learn much they attended. day night, 13 in hard
necessary. unanimously) July ,. A long'double,into left-center past becond. theft. He waived a preliminary!

THE COMMUNITY To Summer Camp agreed that more lighting. need Jackson said he plans to attendant fought- bait game. the outstretched glove of the Final results of the season's hearing and his bond was let 'at

ed in Reno. Mrs. Ruby Johns and Clerk 'The- game was tied :up 6-6 at .I Waldo outfielder to score the play: $800.

'. STATE Starke and Camp Blanding National City Clerk Merrill,Edwards presented Merrill Edwards said they ,intend the end of the-aecond inning and I Davis! brothers.' Waldo was held to W. L. T.
BANK. Guardsmen left Sunday: the budget for natural gas to go. stayed thdwsyaaWWaldo'went. one run 'in their half of the Garden 15 4 JJ Edwards' was arrested in a car
--.'" July 17. for two weeks summertraining ahead by one ran in. their Iia.lt'of owned by H. Q. Brown of s torte
OP to the Council for approv 1. Council Council Chairman J. D. Doyle seventh and the Garden came out Blanding 14 4 1
STARKE. at Ft. Stewart. Georgia. the fourth.. on top 98.Waldo Waldo' after a 90 mph chase
the 9 9' 1 : by Deputy
; approved budget for the said the
.\ city would for'me.all
local men will return home : pay Garden .
't came back In'the top of bad beaten Camp Bland- Lions Club 4 13 Sheriff James Hamilton
1 last
30. next two months. ,Edwards esti-and for Son
Saturday July rooms those attending. the seventh to
score 'three runs+ ing 6-5 in the temi-finals to make Company C 3 16 1 ,day. July 10.Julian .

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"THURSDAY; JULY 21. 1961 _.
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Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wigginsand Thomas M. Pownall son of] Mrs. C. C. Mendoza' of Jackson- 'I I -- = "
G9bJw 1J.Wih. kindnesses. have J3eant J>> c hous Florida, up to and 'not 'later tnan
sons, Roberts and Jimmy Mr. add'Mrsilalcolm; / FpwoaJl i vil1i was visiting'Mrs. T. J. Grif. and wjl always be remember I IUra.Aulllil Srd, 'pro so, ...

Boyls of Baltimore Md. were last of Stare, is attending fhe Golden: fir,'flnd,family ,9n Sunday. Speak y To r Rotary, ed.- '?The iamt of c; A. During. \Btiosis 'Items, 'l ids Vill of..Sacks,Lq:*;lor'Kaffffc"Clippings S k.nap' ,-:
Wednesday and Thursday guestsof Anniversary coliveutfon of Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Wallace Carson Cfifipings sa aj,dfe zte 19.(
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gill at Lambda phi Alpha Fraternity: in' and cmldren of Pittsburgh, Pa. Ray GoWyirei,. mesaleiH of the I RlLL91F'A g.- -l Sbnrjiict to rnsiwrtt' ; fl 1*_'10 bi '
Camp Blaniing. Cincinnati.; Ire' is- her'mother: Suite James, aqd Bob W'w BIPS ding; B,$8 jnuat: ta of" 'tofiff sf.
:: representinghis ne visiting and 5tep-1 Sealed bids ''will t..e rscetvti bjr., euret (,;'01& i oc. retgept Ofijce
Mr. ana Mrs. S. R. Johns and ctiapkr at>;; Florida Southern tithe:;:. Mr.,and Mrs. M..L. lc ;.. uesUrakers >}t .Ira eta tit 1!>* W'tftf* Stat&l-Jfeqariaf! ''tkerjrfilice I F7l t"$tf.tJ:.f/3If1f ol F\911: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns and College.Dr.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagwellare Club) Wednesday reviewing some of the Procurement Officer,,I I a.'l
j td son have moved from 111 E. and Mrs. R. S. Mulhns and in Hermitage Tenn. this!ICf l the accomplishments and con- I ,

6__n__________________ Washington street to the Normar children spent the weekend in' week visiting her parents, Mr. tiibutions. that this group has i \OTICK .' '
house en N- St. Clair street. Th Ocala with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Oplia Dixon They will made to the community since its I StrPLEMHXTAL BIDKET
Mrs. J. D. Doyle entered Brad- Mr. Ara Moitt is spending two Williams of Orange Street have and George Mullins and Mr. and. bring back their children. Donnie reorganization several years ago. I Upon to motion Supplement, second the and 1959-60! unanl B i-lgct noun rote in the Uie'follow board Ink:instructed mariner:; its'TVrk '
foid County; Hospital las Thurs- \\'eek5'ith her sister Mis. Wal- purchased the S. R. Johns house II Mrs. Laurie Izler. md Faye. who have been visiting Among these projects were: I ESTIMATE OF 1lE\' "*'C&S Vii? RECEIPTS ROAD & BRIDGEHND
day for observation and treat- ter Alvarez in Jacksonville. Mrs. George Fortunas and three Dr. and Mrs Purdon Murphy I. their grandparents this summer. automobile,. ,safety checks work I f Total "Estimated, Receipts.- Iltimi
menu i Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cowart !children: of Apalachiccla arej j and children will return Friday I II Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and on the proposed new playground r...,., : tH M-.'#n. 6.1Si.i
MrEynum Perkins has had I are renting the Andrews garage spending ten days with her par- 'I to their home ,in Gainesville aftera 1 sons of Miami Mrs. Panola hi SaratogaHeights., sponsoring Tntnl 9: per Estimated cent of Estimated Receipt Receipts'anti Ha II H.OfS.SOi
as guests her aunt Miss Flora apartment on W. Madison street. 3nts r..eand Mrs. R. 1'':. Mac- vacation at the Weeks' cottage I Mitcham of Atlanta, Ga.: were Midget League' baseball assisting i i EXPENSES \ aces& BRIDGE FJCXU Jin.OlS.KOESTIMATED .
Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Acie'jDavis Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peterof Blain. on K-ngsley Lake. weekend guests of Mrs. W. G. with the census clean-up and! !t5 Salaries.! Read Crew From 139,78&.04 ta $JU,3SVr: '
and three children of Ban I various fundraising'activities.. .:: Repair Upkeep, Rental K4 l From lT.500.0ff:: to $19StlO.W)
j Gainesville were Sunday evening Mrs. Ann Saab and Miss Leola Extra Bobblzu gave um tock Haile. K'i Oilier Road Supplies- From 12.50000 to 16.50000
ifay !.st Thursday and her nephew -! visitors; of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Crutchfield of Miami were last ,, JD with Singer Bobbins at Den 1\1r. and -Mrs. Jimmy Wells and They ,offered their services at any 'I 4S1 Timber S Other Bridge; Mtrial: From $2J>00.00 to 11.50300
T. L. McDonald and family !,ry Mociy and their house guests Thursday and Friday guests of mark Furniture -Co. ti baby: of Charing Ga. were guests 1 that: they could be of assistanceto t Total lag: Expenses BUdget Procuring R-CMV. From $1.'OOOJ)0 }o $!JOOO.OJ
of Birmingham Ala, Tor ths I Mr. and 14r$. C. i.'Sankora, of Mrs. M. H. Lang. Mr. 'a.Ur Mrs. Ben Jouier of lasi'u eek of her parents Mr. and ether civic groups in carrying.'I I, TW r ,''rA' rf "-..1.t.nnt&l".q ro of Bradford$108,94Lio'is County I11T.C1&.U will meet
weekend. I I out beneficial projects. : August 1, I960,, at -13:00. A. AL, it.r the of,
Lake Worth. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Jacksonville were ovenught Mrs Frank Laffan and lamily at Itn p.urpof hearing: requests
Marcia: Whittle of Dunedin! and son guests Tuesday of Mr: and :Mrs. Long Bridge. Lenora Israel The speakers were introducedby i-winpla\'ls regarding the- 1$5 "u$. Supplemental. Budget and from
's..q Andrews Shreveport La. are visiting Mr returned -I I <<:.JII> dar thereafter if it dePnu'U ritccssary.rr. -
vnvs visiting Mary Bollinger from'!Tommy, are visiting relatives in and Mrs. J. G. Holton and Mr. George Flynn, Jr. : -arith her sister. for a ,J. H. DuPre, who had charge of A pmH( P JTt. CHAIK1LXX '
Saturday to Wednesday. Max 'M.ea.a.os.Va:: : for two weeks. md Mrs. Eston Jordan this week. Mr. and Mrs. F.. V. Herlong two weeks': visit. I I the program. ATTEST(OFFICIAL: SEAL) >, t
Steve Simmons of Miami was Mrj. J. M. Lott and Mrs. Inez Mrs. Leslie Biggs and daugh- and son Mark, of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams CARD OF THANKS I ,"U\ntE'' 1 A. n'RP\ _, _H *'.' '
here on business Wednesday. Hampton of Jacksonville spent visiting Mr. and Mrs W. F. md family and Mrs. Harold Godwin > C'.F.H1 TOCOMMISSIONERS MHm OF COT; TY :
er, Karen of Decatur Ga. spent :
de@e J..
I ,
Ktf ought> home Jackie Arnold MrSKI the weekend.Mrs. and the With t. gratitude'we' extend f ,#
Sunday to Wednesday with Friday to Monday with Mr. and Herlong over son Jay spent It 781;
who has spent the past threeweeks ant(} Mrs. J. P. DilL Mrs. Vernon Silcox. C. D. Williams went to I weekend with Mr. and ,Mrs.I I : this word of thanks for the! \ :

with the Simmons family. Joe Neal Belcht of The Miss Priscilla Cox of Live Oak Green) Cove Springs Monday to Charles W. McQuaig in Waycross many kind acts of sympathy expressed ------'r'-. !"",, -.n .r
Mr. and Mrs Wesley Andrews Hermitage one of the LSD's;; vas visiting her grandmother put her sister, Mrs. Irene Johns Ga.Donald by tlje thoughtful friends '
." docked at Mayport last weekend Mrs. D. L. Silcox last week. in the Clay Memorial Hospital Downing of Fitzgerald during_ our bereavement. These
at Salt
sp; u Sunday Springs-
spent Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs. T. H. Slade were thers for observation and {treatment Ga. is visiting Mike W;111s this -,,- ., :'- .- -. .
1 f with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- 'n Junaluska N. C. Tuesday to ,week.
C. Biche at the State Faim and Sunday} where Mr. Slade attended Busier and Thane Ritch will iCimberly and Deborah Bailey I' r ,r .a 0" i
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cal well. .1 he Methodist Southeastern return to their home in Hialeahon of Washington Ga. are spending',
: Miss Jackie Co'lley 'of ?SU was Jurisdictional Conference.Mrs. J"riti3.yafter" a month's visit five weeks with their uncle and) SMART ?

.FloridaTheatre .horns for the weekend. Clyde Terwiliegar of with their grandparents Mrs. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabbj j OURSASCANDOlAND
Singer ewinj Machine Needlesat Brigntwater Beach, St. Peters- Carrie Bitch and Mr. aad Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. Jr.'' t t:1

.. II Denmark Furnltur Co. U burg spent the weekend with Mr. Floyd Green. were in Jacksonville Sunday on SO MUCH FOR\OUI,I

I Randall Davis and Bert McGee and Mrs. Terwiliegar Jr. Byron Miss Jeanie Pearce of Havana oufiness, and pleasure. I SAVE MDU LOTSOFEFFORXTOO I
I' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields
and Miss Della Cren&haw I
spent the weekend at Day- Terwillegar returned -.vitlhis
You Can
Louisville Ky. were Thmsday to and family of Jacksonvi'le were I Ivis..ting ; .
tona Beach., grandmother for two weeks visit v
Harold Davis was visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Tuesday guests of Rev. and Mrs. their parents Mr. ands I
and Mrs. Leslie Sapp in Pal 'tka and family went to Crescent H. O. Boyette., Mrs. O. W. White and Mrs- J. H. I Pi, t.I t.
-- -- over the weekend.Mr. Beach Sunday to get their son Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch Fields on Sunday.Mr. 'I aE n : Say yT:That
SATURDAY, July 23 and family of Tallahassee were and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. are v
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Chace. who spent the past five
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.C. rn a two weeks. tour of New Orleans I :
1st Feature hack as dinner guests Sunday Mrs.A. weeks with his uncle and aunt Sunday Again !
A, Futch. | Texas, and Mexico. ,
G. Tongue Sr., Mrs. Emery '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes. :
SEE Dean Miss Esma Lee Dean. Don- Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Mi. and Mrs. Dolph. Eeddish I '
Replace your old twlnr machine Cove springs; was visiting' Mrs. C. and children spent ,the weekend!' j -
ald Dean and Miss Sandra Gos- I'
Dragons from the klin of Fairfield.Mr. belt with anew Sinter Belt D. Williams over the weekend. with Mr.. and Mrs. D. Vf. Carpenter -| -t*. I tr

and Mrs. J. R, Wainwright from Denmark Furniture Co. tfAir. L. A. Peacock and daughter at Santa Fe lake. A. TJPfthout taking a step outside
and family are spending two and Mrs. Titus Olson were.'Louise of Miami and Sam Pea- Bob' Smith underwent surgery i r..rt >berf bomethis: little lady jui
Earth's Center in weeks at the A. J. Thomas. Sr. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.. cock of Brooksville' were Sunday.Visito..s in Bradford. County Hospital; on ,:paid''all her:monthly bills Cotep '
Hunt. i Tuesday.Mrs. I
of Mrs. Henrietta ,.
cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mae Hawkins in Waldo. I' I minutes! flat. -
Harold Smith of Auburn-
Mr. and Mrs. G. F- Floyd and Use ,
daughter of Tallahassee were dale visited Mrs. ,Effie Jchixs. on Thcyitwludedr Rear.Electri-
:.the CAVE MAN weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morday. 'j YijQfA} GAS city and Gav Department
Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Myrick!I .
P. D. Fancher. And Get :More $tore.G roceryClub; Dues Insurance -
Starring Mr!. Benedict Finzer, Jr. and and children returned last Friday -!I and Doctor's Bills.Wouldn't .
WATCH FOR OUR ANNIVERSARYSALE children returned Sunday.from a after visiting friends and For' Your Money i
two weeks' visit with' her parents, relatives in Alabama. H '![ did the do ill
Feature Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Kirchner Mr. and Mrs. Howe E More- Ii
James Arness AUGUST 1ST.uiiv&ir'e and Mr. and Mrs. Finer Sr. in dock and family of Miami- will ar- CLEAH+ -PEEENIUBLE. By cbeclj' rive this weekend to spend:: the. NfUjJ
Louisville. Ky-
'The Great Star of Gunsmoke'in --- Receipts?
Mrs. Bertha Fuller returned summer at Kingsley\ '

the Monday from a month's visit Mrs. Edward Schwab and son, We qiwapt** tog Lbt Tbjr ';no receipt quite sot ,
with relatives in Oklahoma 'and Eddie, and Mrs. John Anderson Uas in Evtiy Cylinder convincing! is a cancelled
CASH and John of cocn'sPent
Missouri. ch" ..If ends all argumeatsbefoft -
\r PcliYer
Judge and Mrs.,T. A. Yawn Jr. the weekend with Mr. and ME* s they.begia.Reeor4cl. .
and family spent the weekend in A., W. Anderson.Mrs. .
Superette DonaldsonviUe, Ga. visiting Mrs.Z Effie Johns, Mr. and Mrs. WE SELL .

II, R. Jones and family.; They Freeman Johns Mrs. Henry Electric Refrigerators Gas
Nonseiwo Newsrwl brought back with ,them Mr.Yawu's Carter and M. D- Carter were. Refrigerators Gas Hot A glance 91 her check stubs
-a"' If' > = Sunday dinner guests of Misses will$ tell her what, when;
grandmother; Mrs W: T. I : be
Cecil Water Heaters Gas it ,mll"
Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas-and Eula. Stoves ? :
Monciicf of Greenwood who will Ella and Peculia Normanof 'where and, how touchrgbt'P
SUN., MON. & TUES. (ail and sizes wore foi to o
Douglas, formerly Manager of Suwannee Store New River. prices ) Electric you '
spend, several weeks with the to the
July 24, 25, & 26 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4.9231 Yawn family and Mr. and Mrs.J. furcnase -any model of SingerSewing I' Deep Freezers Gas a checking Account, in ,penny.

WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS H. Moncrief. Machine -at Denmark- Space Heaters Wall Heaters ,this bank today1? Talk about ,an .ear) aid to
a.aar ,Furniture Co. tf Floor Furnaces budgeting 'ib Ji II!
Open 7 Days A Week 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.. J. "Winters. Jr. of Greenville,
.R"' .C.M S shill I Ohio is spending Sunday. to Fri-

II AiJftUl1tffJ PMctin Ot rrA ABIC day with his sister Mrs. H. G.

SlIt d .09' A >{w k. FRESH SLICED STARKE FLA. Bollinger and family.G Community State Bank of Starke
*** W. Baisden and Mrs. Henry

ii BEEF LIVERLB. Carter of Jacksonville vere Saturday Member' Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation
l HON., TUB., evening visitors of Mrs. '
July 24, 25,' 26 Effie Johns.. + Phone WO 4-9&81;
DQUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dent and
I YR 33cSUPERIOn The Gallant Hours son have returned after a week's '
McrtprA.try vacation at Indian Rock Beach. "Thank You For Banking. With Our Bank"A I
James Caguey '
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner were..I' __ j I '
w War DrumsLex weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs. ,-- I
Barker, Joan, Taylor John Vlasselaer at Jacksonville .
*In lb. -
JQUJiDEALMllCartoon Quarters -
OLEO 15' Pus Color f Cartoon Beach.
I Mrs. Mae Jones and grandchildren -

: Stage Hoax WED.. THURS, July 27.28 Mrs. J. A. Budd'Jr' and children VALUE PACKED PAINT SALE TO CELEBRATE
BRANDED DOUBLE FEATURE and Mrs. Budd. Sr. of Jacksonville -
WED.. TIJURS., & I RI. were Tuesday guests of
WHITE BACON lb29 c Born To Be LovedCarol
July 27, 28 & 29 Mrs. W. E. Middleton at a picnicat
lit Feature Morris, Dick Mailman the E. L. Matthews' Kingsley
PLUS Lake home.
-- { I Seven Thieves Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hill had as
lb. visitors: last week Mr. and Mrs-
I 29'. I Edw. G, Robinson, Roof Steteer' Loren Chenoweth of Champaign

i : .. I Plus Cojor# JCartoon J 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fullerton -

Produce SpecialsU. I fRI SAT., July 2930DOUBLfi of Decatur Dl.


f ) / S. NO.1. Robert The Stack Last, Dorothy. Voyage! Malone o 1 r Telegraph last week stated 3 DAYS TO SAVE OJf: PAINT. --- 3 DAYS ONLY

tiorwra-rxrlnrrarit o I IRISH POTATOES -10 l*- 29c Hell On. Devil* ,Island''f constructed that a new auditorium at RJE, High was SchoolIn being
Helmut Dantine; pow #jIften f Reno. The building actually -

2nd.. _Feature. Elo (folor Cartoon being-constructed is a gymnasiumI '


CARROTS Cello Bag each 10 ", .. -.,.-

Grocery- Specials, .' --- S. Save VINYL gal $3.89

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PORK & BEANS y 2 for '25cPICNIK yesri If you without-bate driven accident 4 .

Find out about NAP-
auto insurance wish to express our sincere appreciation
23c in :Now 20
our state. YOU 0
can get rates based on your to the pepp/e/ of Bradford and surrounding,
if Ton hart dmen 3 ,
JIM DANDY persoaal'drinng record.You'll 7.eart without accident I counties for
LOOKI AND () their; continuous; patronage dur-
i i carton like JAP-it' FAIR YOUNG DRIVERS .

JUTS 10c, TO EYERYOXE! ELIGIBLE-,.TOO. !- ing the past 14 years.

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!{i RAUL ItKtlEU I! SALT PREMIUM ROUND- .- 2 for IS CHARLEY. E JOHNS AGENCY For the future we pledge as always good service, efficient I

rraistirtiill rlstLtucali/ SSfffotaOf ;: PHONE WO 4.0121 :
: w.wMBOliMPS 131 S. WALNUT,ST.. STARKE, FLORIDA advice on Building Problems,. and Quality Mer. ,. ", '

,;.omIt JE! BOlTONCMJWA SNYDER chandise 'at Lowest Possible Prces.
!> SQII IC(.......LOU{ WICtI CATSUP:140z. a f 'I, I S' "
I IrM M uwt. y 1II1Ik.t .ISc
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intJRSDAY. _JULY 21. 1960 -_' -_ -
Sa .i
1 home after visit with relatives .Ga. I' Training Union Wayne Her-
r Crews anal Mrs, Sarah Jane riffis. ,ed : a 'I.
Mrs. Florence famsn i jeiurnea I i' Gainesville. I IU Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills sey: 8 p. m. Evening message.

And Family Leave Friday from a visit with friends! :. and Mrs. Clarence Frazier Jackson;ille Beach were Wednesday 7:30: Prayer

and relatives in Augusta Ga. are visiting friends and relatives visitors of his brother-in-law !meeting.
For KentuckyThe I
I : : We are sorry that Mrs Florence :in Ohio. '! Rev. Samuel S. CuthberV pas-
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Percy
I .1 Hs revival services, conductedby Parish is ill this week and undera i Mr. and Mrs- Marion HcClouda j i van. The Sullivans entertained t tor. Dale Bradley: choir director.
\ doctor's care. I and &cn of Gainesville were thei I II
Evangelist Bobby Clews, closed a .::11 ty Honoring their niece
I 1 t Saturday night, and Mr. Crews Mr .ana Mrs. Kyle Cannon and !i.I weck nd guests of her grandpar-!Mills of Jacksonville I I

daughter visited with Mrs Sarah Tits Mr. and Mrs. John Sur-
and his! family left immediatelyfor night. About 25 young people
Mooty i ir II Jane GriXfis. and Mr. and Mrs. renc;.
Lexington, Ky. where they resumed joyed games and refreshments
ther work on Monday. Pat Griffis in Glen St.. Mary MU; Linda Fay Starling has punch, cake and candy. I 1 1I
Mnnaay. returned home after visit in m.'I.
Farewell Party Thj Gospel Tabernacle sponsors Ernie Newsome is home
a. I James Womack is at home for : I
Lakeland. '
i ia the from
hospital recovering
1 their appreciation for
Given In Honor Of the flowers txpress provided by friendsfor a,15 'day leave after several Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevershad recent attack of gallstones. ;' lrldfb.aro.ralrri

Mrs. Yarborough the meetings. Regular services I months ri-La- sea duty on the 'Shangh- as guests this past week Mrs. Those attending prayci Arab

.t I the Lefevcrs mother, Mrs. Emma ,03 last week enjoyed iuaring
were resumed Sunday by .DO.1t
:\fr. and Mrs. Paul Roy and f TIKMITICONTIOl
Shu ley Beasley and Sandra Heber and brother-in-iaw and beautiful hymn "How-
sponsor.Rev. children of have moved I' SAY $100 ? ._ Ear ? .*. N.
Israel entertained at a farewell Clarence Dibble of Penney Tampa sister, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Massen-1 Thou Art" by Elbert Hsrsey. term to plants. ProftuSonally BTOVM
into the Florence Parrish house 3
party at the home 'of the latter Farms will be the speaker next at' Maxville. Mrs. Roy is' the sister 'ale of Indianapolis, Ind., and! Schedule of Services at Tor lomb protection.Toro Tbouuii Get flit faiarJMT us ib oe;

in honor of Mrs. Mary Lou Yar- morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Paine andj I Baptist: Church:

br ugh who is moving this week ito I Sunday of Melvin Watson. daughters of Martinsvllle, Ind. i Sunday 10 a. m.* Starke Builders Supply

Monticello. I Rev. W. O. Mathis of Jacksonville Rev. Elma Gaskin of Winter II School -Dale Bradley Supt 219 F.. Washington
Chi Rho has been recalled to serveas
Members of Mrs. Yarbrough'sFHA ; Group Garden is guest speaker at Gra- a. Morning Message; 7 p. I Starke Fla.t .
pastor of the Maxville Baptist
club were invited tu attend. ![ Fnjov Melons Church for another year. ham Baptist Church revival this: t

They presented her with a lovely < week. Services begin at 8 p. m.j:
jr i At Church Party John Waters fished at Doctor'sInlet
three-piece hand painted vase with special singing each evening +
last Saturday along with
set. The girls served homemadeice .s.N I 1 the '
meeting! will close with
p The First Christian Church Chi other friends and caught nice 'I MONEYWHEN
: cream and cookies. dinn the
; on ground Sunday,
Rho Youth Group enjoyed a mess of bream.The Waters family, '
The house was decorated with June 24. The public is invited.Mr. I
1 watermelon feast at the church Mr. 'And Mrs. Bill Roberson and
summer flowers and fruit for the and John
!:Tuesday. Five melons were consumed daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKinney
I occasion. The refreshment: table acre visiting W p. Bennett in
1 by 30 persons present. Miss Waters and family of Jackson-
was covered with an imported )'Peggy Shanbarger was hostess. il'e enjoyed a fish fry Saturday Alachua General Hospital Monday -
lace covered cloth lined with red. .
Piescnt the directors. Mrs. night.
Mints and nuts were served from were ,
Ruth Shanbarger, Xrrs. Norma Stork ,Shower ,.
silver trays. oly..vvvvfvvy.vvvyvvvv YOU .,
Miss Janet JohnsonWill Badgett and Mrs. Margaret Pre- Mrs.Llnnie Harris and Mrs. T
Games were enjoyed during the Taken
Nuptial Vows vatt. The minister, Rev, Bob L. Jonnie Padgett entertained at .
Become Bride party hours.
Dinkins Badgett, helped direct the recrea- the home of Mrs. Harris on Friday THERESSABy .
By Margaret .
Of Mr. Louis Mann tion program that included >a night, July 8, with a stork } NEED
BPW Club InvitedTo ,
And Harry Stallings watermelon seed-spitting contest. shower honoring Mrs. J. D. Pad- Ruth Griffis ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson Friendship Night :Mrs. Tressia Jordan was crowned gett [Jean). Games were played .

announce the engagement and I II I Miss: Margaret Ann Dinkins, Queen of the 'Court, winning the and prizes were awarded to au..uu.auua..auauMr t : IT !

approaching marriage of their Mrs Helen Harley and Mrs. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles contest with an estimated distanceof Grace Padgett Pauline Harris, and Mrs. J. D. Phillips, Sr.

daughter. Janet Marie to Louis, Pauline Torode were hostesses for Luther Dinkins of Pratt street, 21 feet"Sharing Ju'y Coleman, and Bertha Harris recently had guests their chil- .

Albert Mann. son of Mrs. Ger- : the July meeting of the Starke Starke, became the bride of Har- after which the honoree opened dren and grandchildren, Mr. and !.

trude Hoffmeister and the late BPW Club last Thursday night. Coitingham Stallings of her many gifts. Refreshmentswere
I ry son Possessions"Topic Mrs.J. D. Phillips, Jr ana son,
Roy Hoffmeister. President Madge Middl!ton announced :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Charles Stalling served to about 25 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ledbetter and< LOANS TO $600

The wedding will be an eventof that a meeting of Dis- : Sr of Waldo at a lovely At WMS Circle Surprise Birthday Party con: and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phil-

Nov. 11 at 7 p. m. in the I trict 3, comprising 12 clubs will 'wedding Monday afternoon, July MLsses Jewel North and Mary lips and sons, all of Miami. For Any Worthwhile Purpose
Madison Street Baptist Church 1 be avid with the Starke Club on "Sharing Possessions" was the Kilgore entertained at the home
4, at 4 o'clock in St. Mart's Episcopal Mrs. Ed Prevatt of Staike visit-
with Rev Jack Mabry performing J Nov. 20, and plans were discussedfor ,: church Starke. The Venerable topic! and a skit on stewardshipwas ot Miss Kilgore on Friday night, ed her mother, Mrs. R. W. Pack- ,
the ceremony. All friEnds and that meeting. The State presented by the president July 8, with a surprise party honoring ham .
Fred Yerkes, assisted by Rev.R. Tuesday TAXESUNPAID
relatives are invited to attend i President Mrs. Dorothy Pattersonof E. McBlain. performed the Mrs. J. A. Griffin, when Helen Miss Shirley' Higgicbothamn Mrs. Alice Jones returned home

the icception following the: wedding I St. Augustine will be guest doublj ring ceremony. Masters Circle of the First Bap- her 17thbirthday. The young after visiting her nieces, Mrs. I BILLS
in the church educ.aUonall tist WMS met at 10 a. m. Tues- people played games and enjoyed MEDICAL EXPENSES
:speaker. .
Minnie of Misses
The altar of the church was l Phillips Lawtey,
day in the recreation room. Tak- eJJcious birthday cake and REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS
TlIP ,Starke Club is invited to attractive with of Elizabeth and Hazel Phillips of
Midi Johnson a \960 ; arrangements ing part on the program were punch. About 50 guests attended CASH PURCHASES

'I share a. Friendship Night on white gladioli and mums againsta Gainesville, and Mrs. Mildred ,
of Bradford High School, August 18 with the GainesvilleClub. Mrs J. E. Hildebran Mrs. T. B. this: gala event. .Thronton.: -. ETC
employed by Clay Electric Co- background of palms and Harding, Mrs. H., L. Brownlee Mrs. Dorothy Waters and son,
",fr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan
operative at Keystone Heights. branched candelabra with burn- Mrs. L. H. Outlaw and Mrs. J. E. Roger, will spend Friday and Sat .,
A leport on- the State Convention white visited relatives in ProvidenceThursday
Mr. Mann is employed by M. G. ing tapers. H fray. urday nights in Jacksonville with

McMillan, land surveyor. -held in Miami' in June wash' Mrs. L. G: Green, aunt of the The last: chapter of the book, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and : : Prompt Service With
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Howell and
givrn by Miss Middleton, Miss brde, played soft organ music "Pray Ye," was discussed at the I while there will enjoy a ham-
her ,
grandchildren recently visited
Recent Births during the ceremony and the meeting of Brownlee Circle held' burger fry at Jacksonville Beach.
Delia: Rosenberg, and Mrs. Desta father, J. T. Land, at Flagler : .
traditional wedding marches were Tuesday! afternoon at 2:30: o'clockat Miss Shirley Higginbothamspent I .

Bradford County Hospital announces DyaJ. used.Tom the home of Mrs. M. F. Hazen. several days at Kings- Beech. ; I Honey ProblemsSTOP
Mrs, Rodney Hall and sons are
the following births: Charles Stallings Jr. attended Refreshments were served by ley Lake with her brothet-ln-law .
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie M. Stephens Marilyn Bollinger his brother as best man ;both circles after the business and sister Mr. and Mrs Bob
Mis. R. Starke
O. Dansby: in
of Camp Standing, a, son, and Lloyd Archibald Green and meetings RoHuson and' daughter, Darlene,!' '
Celebrates Birthday I wh'l, Mr t:all is at Ft. Stewart, IN OR CALL
Freddie Monroe Stephens Jr.. Robes William Smith htrved as while they were visiting here

July 15. Marilyn ,Bollinger celebratedher ushers. Madison. WMUThe from Baltimore, Md. On July 4
Mr. and Mrs. R. J- Andrews, I Miss Melissa Stallings, of Co- they had as their guests Mrs.

Lake Butler a daughter. Laura tenth birthday on Wednesday coa,' sister of the groom, attend WMU of the Madison Dorothy Kilgore and family Mr.

Lovey, July 16. 'I afternoon with a party at her ed the bride as maid of honor ina Street Baptist Church will hold and Mrs.. Ben Higginbotham and TOW FINANCE CO.

Mr. and Mrs. William Agustus home on N. Walnut street. lovely blue pure silk organza its business and program meeting gamily, Mr. and Mrs. George

Singleton, Melrose twins, Martha I Games and refreshments were frock. The dress featured a scoop Thursday evening, July 26, at Johnson and family Mrs. Bernice
Sue'and William Marion, July 16.Mr Garrett. and Mr. and Mrs-
neckline church. Circle family
enjoyed by the ten guests and and ballerina length 7:30: clock at the 144 W. CALL ST.
and Mrs. Floyd D. Baker, skirt. She wore a matching hat 2 will have charge of the pro- Doss Higginbotham and daughter, .

Lnke Geneva, a ,son Floyd Richard they received favors of balloons and'blue satin pumps and earned gram. Mr. and Mrs. McGhee, and Mr. Ph WO- 4-9091 + Starke, Fla.Robbings .

JulylZ> and blowouts. nosegay of blue carnations. .and Mrs Ed Barker. ,

Th9 bride, given in maniage by '.V..vv..V.at.a'VVVV. Mr. and Mrs."Bob Robinson and

her father: chose for tier wed- daughter returned to Baltimorelast 5i

ding a ballerina length white i iI MAXV1LLE l Saturday and were accom-
I I panied home by Doss Higginbotham. -
peau de soie gown with imported

French Chantilly lace. The gown Ii By Mrs. C. B. Nolan .

was designed with a boat neck- :. YYYWWyyw..yyyy.......remGRAHAM 1' f
line ending in a deep point at the &AAAAA4A&nA.&aaaa.Sympathy e

MILK back and long pointed sleeves. Is extended to Mrs.
c With this she white satin !
wore Thelraa Rainer over the death of
pumps and carried a white lace her father, Sam Davis, of Baldwin 1\ Mrs. John McKinney / ,;.,

heirloom handkerchief of her who passed away last Mon- Summer

mother's. Her waist length veil of day afternoon. Funeral services -vvv..r.rv7 vv..r'v....... A

8Se French illusion attached toa at the :
was were geld on Wednesday Howard Brown of Starke visit- .

ga 0I Victorian crown of French lace Baldwin: First Baptist Church 'ed Mr. and Mrs.. John McKinney We'rtfoba Jiityjar remember
edged in pearls. She carried a and interment was in Verdie
Sunday morning. Your friend
white prayer book topped with a Centery near Bryceville. Rosalee McKinney is spending HIM rO

white orchid and whfls.... satin Robbie Harris of Palates spent Cmergeney. } DRESS
three weeks in Tampa with rela- K
Eggs Bread streamers. Her only ornament the weekend at his home here
It's not only good lurk, but good :
was a platinum heart necklace Miss Violet Burnsed of Jack- tives.Mrs.
Manda Smith left last ease to keep your plumbing in tip
Ice Cream with a diamond in the center, a sonville is spending a few days
Saturday for her home in Norfolk -
top condition. Most householders
gift of the groom. The bride'sgown with Miss Jewel North this week.
w. Va. after spending some find it to let ns meet plumb-
Paby TaylorMr. pays
and veil were designed and ;
time with her brother and sister-
w Cottage CheeseQveenandprinces,1C made by Mrs. Park Cheshier and Mrs. Vince Taylor announce ing emergencies., With our complete -
I f if s fit for airing ,in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mc .
k Tha bride's mother was attiredin the arrival of a son born facilities: we are more than

Is'saanchourmilk Orange Juice a beige lace dress with green, Tuesday, July 12. in the Jackson- Kinney.Claude Conklin and James Mc- qualified to give, you guaranteed l

satin trim and bone colored ville Naval Air Station HospitaLHe satisfaction.QVCKSePTtC.
Atotas a hit with yow ac has been named Glynn Lee. Kinney spent the early part of .

cessories. She wore a white carnation Mrs. Taylor is the former Miss the week in Melbourne with Mr.Conkln's .

_s I, Mrs corsage.Stallinss! chose a white Evelyn Miss Coleman.Parrish spent Tuesday Mrs.: Beatrice children.Hines is visitingMr. n : !

SuumnnEE VALLEY DAIRIESFor 1,silk sheath.. white with carnation black accessoriesand corsage. Jacksonville and Patty Wednesday with of Miss.ast Violet weekIn wood.. and ,Mrs. Bill Hines in Long-t r /1\Y

Following the wedding a reception ,
i !Jarr d. Mr*. Irene Ratliff, Mrs. Irma TANK SfRVCEKOCH'S /
: was held at the home ol f
Cain Mrs. Albert
; Mr. and Mrs. John North and and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Stallings m Waldc
daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Sparks and son, and Mrs. Harry

where attractive arrangements ol Roy Jimeson i in Middleburg Sat- Eddy and grandchildren spent And
white gladioli and rmuns were
urday. last Thursday at Salt Springs. ?

I used at vantage- points.- Thebrica's Mr. and Mrs. James Sholtz and Mrs. Katie Starling has'return j Up
1 overlaid with
: table was a
children of Phoenix. Ariz. are .
white damask cloth and centered of weeks with :
spending a jJT I
with white gladioli and mums ina Mrs. Sholtz's mother Mrs. Thel- '

the silver container balanced by .ma Rainer. DRUG STORE '

silver candelabra with b1l.iningwhite I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnsonand ; .

tapers. The three tiered I children of Miami are spending -
Cleanest Fastest -- Saf test wedding cake was placed at one this week with Mr. Johnson's Size 5-52

end o! the table and at the other mother Mrs. Thelma Rainer; On NOW OPEN :ON SUNDAYS

end of the table was placed the Sunday Mrs.'Rainer Miss Jackie

: Cooking You Can Do. hand painted family heirloom Joyner. Mr. and ,Mrs. Sholtz and 9:00 A.M. till '6:00 P.M.WEEK' .

punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and their
Mrs-: L. J. Green greeted guestsat families all enjoyed a picric out- DAYS

_ the door and presented themto Ing at Kingsley Lake. '

i GO ,8 SLADE E GAS the receiving line composed of Mr. and Mrs. Ray PJlum of 8:00 A.M. till 9:00 P.M.

the bride and groom Mrs. C; L. Jacksonville are building a new 8pSTW"gT9'

Dinkins and Mrs. Tom Stallings. hone next door to Mrs. FeUmn's I

Miss Martha Dayton of Largo parents Mr. and, Mrs. Francis Main Business

I Buy your Range from Slade with presided at the punch bowl Miss Coleman.Mr. I i. Prescriptions are our

Sara E. Barefoot cut the .bride's and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson

1. SMALL" DOWN PAYMENT cake, .and Miss Flora Slade kept and family are spending several

.' i theride's book. Ms: tang in days this week with Mr, and Mrs. We have 2 Florida Registered
serving were Misses Jane and Drew Wilkinson.
Mrs. Sarah ,Jane Griffis
Becky Dinkins, sisters of the Pharmacists .to serve you.
,,. : :'I last week at the home of her son
3. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTSYou bride. and Must Make Room For Our .
After spending some Line with Pat Griffis, in Glen St. Mary Have your next prescriptionfilled -

their guests the young couple left broke her arm.
The Intermediate Girl's Sunday WINTER MERCHANDISER
will be happy with the personal efficient on a week's wedding trip to
School class of the MaxvJle Baptist -
Slade Gas. COMEIN North Carolina. The brie chose atKOCH'S
service from
you wilt| receive Church met Monday night at
for traveling a re-enitroidered
AND SEE US TODAY! the home of their teacher Mrs.
cotton dress with white acces-
Dorothy Waters-
sories and the orchid from her .'
Mrs. Harry Padgett and Mrs.Derey
Next Door to Winn-Dixie bridal bouquet. McPherson visited Saturday OBBIN'S'"The
DRUGS At Lowest
SLADE GAS They are residing In Waldo in Glen St. Mary with Mr. And Get QUALITY
Phone WO 4-3351
where Mr. Stallings is associatedin and Mrs. Pat Griffis and family PRICES
b.wnessith his father at his '

We .,-Give Merchants Green Stamps truck:: stop and restaurant. "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR CONCERN" Store of Values"
Johnson of Jacksonvilleand .
R. S.
The young couple graduated: I '
-DOUBLE, If You Pay Cash! Mrs. Charles Osbcrne of Phone WO 4-4101 ,
from BHS class of 1960. Free Delivery Service

Out-of-town guests were Mrs- Gainesville. -1 L:: "


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fo- ---------- ------- .A .>& _. l_ .. TO...... ,_ __ BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH I I CHURCH OF GOD HEW KIVEBBAPTIST
I IFarmers. Sleeps CHURCH
editorialThe Sunday School 10 a. m- Morning Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn

Diary TruckA Worship 11 a. m. Training I I Ing Wors iD. 11 a. m. Sunday Sunday SchooL 10 a. m. Won.amp -

.. Flips I Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- j Hour. 11 a. m. Eventot Serv1 .
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE
By Sam MeGarve ship. 7:30: m.
.- ....r .-- ......"' I 70-year-old Hague Fla. man. I IJo&iinie Prayer Meeting Wednesday j t Service Wednesday, 7.45: p. m .- 1 p. m.'Prayer Meeting canWednesday
Vanishing i ;i r i. i" when you are the "yard boy.'" ; James Hague apparently I j''7.:Jp.( m.Pastor I Prayer Meeting Frida), 7:45 p. T 7:30: p.m.ALVAREZ' .
We have lawnmower
a I', went to sleep at the wheel of his'! Rev. Barney Sweat. !
,., and it's a dandy when it -
AmericanA 1958 Chevrolet pick-up Everyone Welcome.
c ; works. Trick is to get it started,I I when he ran off the road and Men's Clothing

( and if you happen la see a fun- turned over on SR 235 about a''| FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH<< ;; I II111 I, STORE Established 1894

ny-looking guy going down Call of : Lawtcy
third of a mile south High- .
Street whipping his right arm A. C. Pa t -
recent wire dispatch t way. 100 Trooper J. C. Hughes of Massey r I
back: it's just Sam. practicing his '
the Clay County reported. Bible schooi. IM p. n. j i
from said
Washington cranking motion. for. the mower. Hughes said the truck ran off j I Preaching 11 a. ,;. \
Agriculture Department .
'.; If these rains we're having con- the right side of the road for 270 j Evening Service ,:30 p m EXTRA SPECIALUMITED
expect the trend toward t-t(0....... t tinue, we're going to have to hire Although the South is perhapsbest feet then came back on the road Bible Study and Prayer J,1e I :
bigger ,and fewer farms to known for the magnolia, if t'l
h'l'' some "dry-makers" who can seed j I ant skidded for 64 feet before I ng, 7:3": p m., JVeonesdav.St. .
continue in ensuing years., ;:, -. ..: I the clouds and keep that wet I we had our say it would be crepe flipping over on its side in the : .

The news story didn't t ,- ;: t1,- I It stuff up there at least until it i, myrtle. While other shrubs may right ditch. Edward's Catholic Church SUPPLY AT THIS

say it, but it might well ,. ., '' I gets away from this "area. I be mere spectacular we think it The truck, according witnesses Starke. Florida I lSuna

have added that this is ex- :: ',,, I j i is a beautiful addition to any came to rest on top of the old &y Mass at 10 a. m. J
to; ,- fi I Ir See where the market went 1| place and it blooms for the entirerummel" him. Horyday Masss Lt 8:30: a. m. &
actly what the Agriculture ,+ man seriously injuring < LOW
: : j We have a pink and a
master- ; ,;.. "ker-flop" on eg plant and that I J (! Hughes said a doctor -at Alarhun I Ii o:30: p. m. i iWocVfiflv
Department as .
:> .. I 'I!.deep-red one and we're. trying to
kill : of vfa.!s At R-00 a,
of m.
chances )
I. i wound up the any General Hospital in Gainesville;
minded by Ezra Taft Ben .r .: ._ xA : get a white variety.
low-cro3 Confessions 7 8
: I : Saturday to
.:- ;. < : ( "t- our Bradford County said Tuesday July 19, that Hague
with the of : ;; *
son, blessing ": ,. r. .to'I I o. m.
.. this
farmers breaking even hart only a slim chance of survival. :
President Eisenhower, has '" \ >, '.'r.fii....r.... !. farmer about this | An1 at last we have a wild II Ranrums marriF and instructions
Talked to
'- "J i one not Wednesday, July 20 Hughes
been working for during t Season!! and he said the day ofI azalea that we have transplanted said the report was: much more by appointment.

the past eight years. Mr. I profitably growing vegetables, except -successfully We used rootone' on I|1 enrcuradn although the man -- -

Benson long ago wrote off f- II I i under contract, is past. :a cutting, and it seems, to have j,was still in serious condition.
Ii I I. taken held anti be growing fine. ). 8
the "inefficient" small t i Hague had .chest injuries and -- r
The will is noted for its:
28 is the day for tobacco i variety
farmer and consigned him i I July big '' his left arm was broken, the 1oe
'extreme .
fragrance.We .
to a life sentence of factoryWI1"lr : farmers, for on that day trooper said. Doctors were expecting -

.. JT ha !! nod tn ..: ". J I fA tobacco market In High I to have to amputate the arm ': "' .. cam.: Ieo'-,._. ,
f t/* *& **V **M pee *""* the 'L
are not only ones with
in the Flori- ,
Jive near enough to a factory. What he should do if he can't Springs, and pump problems. Herm and Hughes stated. J. ;
da-Georgia flue-cured belt open rran-I ..
find factory work is none of !lr-, Benson's concern. He is for Business.: The forecast this, ces Hamilton( ran into t' Trooper Hughes investigated! -'.\" Ii I n" tfffI /
interested him off the farm, and the sooner week when I| the wreck since one Bradford .
only in getting Mast lightning for the
for good prices possibly I II.
is (
year j patrolman is on vacation and the f ; I II a'I
the quicker.In than last season. second time knocked their pump .
even higher I I
I. II other is sidelined with a foot in-
out commission. And when did ,,i 6faai 'ass

each five-year period from 1935 through 1954 the i I Ii i Looks like Bradford County i: the rater: quit? Why with Frances I jury. I Wf& \ rrsnl r raa*

average size of American farms jumped.10 to 13 per cent, strawberry growers have to hang iI>i' right in the shower bath, J'' an...

the news dispatch said. And the 1954-59 period 'is expectedto their head in shame. A grower I j|lathered: up /inland not so much Baseball Games I oD 1-'I:} 7 t'. ;I I
: I
show a similar increase when census figures are released. out in Arkansas raised one this:! as a tea cup full.. of water. to rinseit Bow To Rains I ;,.,;1 a ft. ;"oJ'. ;e'a I i ecoi.
'.;, .
off. II
2 -
season that weighed 1-4 lb. and t tI (: ?1 4tiI -
: .
I Ii
Back in 1935 there were 6,813,700 farms in the .U.S.. But i was DC big he made a shortcake AU baseball games last week : i\I \ \ 1 1e. I .u.

by 195G they had decreased to 4,968,800 a drop of 28 !out of the one berry (Now you A polecat persists in digging were rained out for both the Jaycee :, i>I ,Di;\\
tell ,) around our home at night and. Midget League and Junior I
per cent. Since that time, the department estimates, there i 1 one t ;: d The RCA Victor Fashlcnerte A'
I i. ? I any time now"we expect our dog American Legion boys. I i '::''. ." : .. .:;:." I
has been another 15 per cent decrease. I \ .: delightfully new table TV that "totes"anywhere
I Sam's keeping his big mouth I II J Pete to get caught with a load Schedule for the Midget League I r. "I'm glad-now we tan h'e' ;: easily. Fits
I any room
"hot these days, because he now I I from Mr. Skunk's perfumery. We this week: I the house redecorated through } decor. All controls well
Department economists, looking into the future, predicta tuning as as
I i wonder if this one is kin to the -
I looks about 99 years old with most Friday July 22, Starke Build- 1 speaker in the front. ,
further decrease of 20 per cent by 1975 in the number ot : almost white polecat that used to LOCAL FINANCE CO. are Telescoping
of ha teeth out. His dentist is ; er's Supply vs Johns Oil Co. I antenna. .
U. S. farms. They also the farm increasing ; ifs smartest to borrow Transformer-powered -
see average acres per I out few' time he II i hang around here several years Actually
yanking? a every Monday, July 25 Starke Build- i sis. RCA Security Sealed Circuits.
more than one-half during that same period. I can trap Sam into ,the chair and ']' ago? We're curious about it, but er's vs. Fla- Pest Control. from a reliable source such as Automatic Channel Equalizer. Fashion
not nosey, if you know what we Local Finance We quickly
I at the rate he's going he's bound
: /finished back.
Tuesday, :July' 26, Fla. Pest 156 sq. in. picture. In
We can easily imagine the great satisfaction with which them if the mean. provide funds to meet
I to get(; all. So next : Control vs. Community Bank. I pressingI white decorator finish. Model 170-T- ,
department officials make these predictions, for they are time you see Sam he looks like 1 II I obligations on suitable collateral ,124.' '' -
Wednesday, July 27, at 4 m.
p. ;
right in line with the Republican ideal of "bigness" not I Teddy Roosevelt you'll know he Persimmons as big as oranges Staike Builder's vs. CommunityState such as automobiles or furniture. I

only in farming, but in business'as well. One by one small has a brand: new. set of choppers. now but not many on our tree.' Bank. At 5:15: p. m. Johns
businesses being swallowed the "more efficient" : I IA lat frost killed off early folii -
are up by Oil Co. vs. Florida Pest Control. '
Uargantuas'of I And. speaking of such things,i age and we were afraid that we'd $149.88I 1 TRADES11EP11ERD'S
One small
trade. independent Call Street I' Thursday, July 28, Community
I with the lawn these this We
j keeping up : get none season. are very
business said that i in ten there wouldno
man recently years : Bank vs. Johns Oil Co.
days is a real job. especially fond of nersimmons.Mrs. .
longer oe any small businesses like his left in tne coun-I Schedule for the Junior American -
try. That may be good for "efficiency," but is it good for the ]Four FFA Members Herbert Pitch, who painted I Legion this week:

nation? Attend Forestry Camp Jfie room and to Sally Hardin, a Hawthorne at Starke Friday, I r r n RADIO & TV

,high school student who arranged Juy 22, at 4 p. m.

Look what happened to the farmers of Bradford County Four members of the Starke all the 'displays for it. Johnson City at Starke Mon- Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, FIa.

this year, last year, and as far back as you care to go. Evenif and Bradford FFA Chapters- The library, since June 1, has day July 25, at 4 p. m I

they made a crop, which was extremely doubtful, consider- Henry Harrell, Wayne Parrish 3i 'f>d air-conditioning as an Keystone Heights at Starke,

ing the vagaries of the weather they couldn't sell it. But W'iliam; Carter and Percy Moody added attraction to those who I I Wednesday, July 27, at 4 p. m. -

who cared? Apparently no one-least of-all Mr. Ezra Taft are receiving forestry instruction w'sh to read.

Benson. 'The greater the failure, the sooner they'll pull out I this week at Camp O'Leno ,

and leave," we can imagine Mr. Benson chuckling up his I near High Springs. t I. 8Vel: Wore
This: camp is sponsored each *
t year by the various wood! using I,
u saving J& spse m$
industries and forestry companies'locat I
County Agent G. T. Huggins recently said that no one 1

knows why there is such a difference ia the prices farmers I is supervised.i, in Florida and and conducted Georgia.It by. OK DAD, IT'S :

receive and prices that are paid by consumers in the store. ;; the Florida Forest Service under I I, UP TO YOU 'I II

If Mr. Benson were more interested in keeping the farmeron the direction of J. Edwin Moore, i j I j

the farm than in putting him on the assembly line in : chief of Information ana Educa-I II PAIR1. r

some factory it might possibly occur to him to try and find : tion for the Forest Service. i r I rt AJ. I

out the answer to this puzzle. : The camp is operated for two !; cl ( #: ,

981 weeks each July for some 500 j '
For instance, Huggins said, cull watermelons sold for FFA Leys. Instruction is provided | .rrr wwrw', .' .- '. .r.a.-3. ,
cents each in a Jacksonville supermarket at the same timea I
by Faim Foresters and Forest I BOTH FOR ONLY i. '., ,
Bradford County farmer was receiving three-fourths to Rangers. A .... i ,,.p}'

one cent per pound for his melons, and Congressman Billy These young boys learn such j 10.87 CU.Fi. 10.39 rCU.l

Matthews reports he was paying 50 cents a slice for the thing as tree; identification: gum --DELUXE MODEL:''. : $$399.95 ;''DELUXE MODEL '.

same delicacy in a Washington, D, C. restaurant. farming, forest fire control insects I REFRIGERATOR f FRE
and diseases of treys, and 1
Did it ever occur to Mr. Benson to find out why? Ap- many other forestry problems. DA-11-60 -tfl

parently not.Huggins Recreation is provided along with With Trade 'r';x .
4 'yKSr'4M.rcw
many competitive contests at no

said that in some supermarkets corn was selling expense to FFA members., I f y .. k'Y

two ears for 15 cents, while one Bradford farmer sold his l r f 4 -

corn at a road side stand for two cents an ear. Irish potatoes 'Bells Are Ringing'At I .,c ,nor
were 75 cents for three pounds in the stores, while a Brooker Florida TheatreThe :. y i ii

potato farmer was lucky to get $3 a hundred, for his spuds. : Disease carrying household pests are a danger In any home. I i ; I'' 4 3 % FM9I .
t Florida Theal,* this Sunday Realizing this danger a record number of homeowners subscribed -
I I i iI iI ,
The County Agent stated that if farmers could get $2 a I Monday and Tuesday, July to Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.'s regular household :. :

crate for corn and $1.75 for pepper they could make a little 24, 23, 26, will feature "Bells Are service during June I -i:: ; yi

and would rather have Ringingwith a wealth of song : I Ir
money, steady prices such as this I I For the protection of your family let Florida Pest Control & I
for their rather than have and Jance numbers colorful
crops alternate good and bad II characterizations and nnving at Chemical Co. spray your home We employ entomologists men I
4 stt
years. a laugh-a-minute pace. I thoroughly educated in the use of chemicals and insecticides. x x

in -
I cinemascope and 1
Take a good look at the picture at the top of this column color against lavish backgrounds I 1I 1I I

-the face of an honest, hard-working, weather-beaten Brad- I I
| the picture stars Judy Holliday( II 1i oars
a an
ford County farmer-one who has long since gone to his j{ and: Dean Martin. Miss Holliday I II i : I S a. ow. 3 k

reward, but who is still typical of many others of this! plays the role of a telephone answering I 1I ;al'sr.r.

vanishing race. Take a good look, we say, because unless a I j I service and Martin stars I I I {

change of administrations is voted by the people in' November !: as a playboy playwright who I I I ;rur

the small farmer, as we know him is a.dead duck. sings Holliday.i dances. and romances Miss I I w3 Y 1 1JivS' ri

While campaigning in the Wisconsin primary Senator i i i Fred Clark one of Hollywood'stop r

Kennedy said: "We.have no wish to become a nation of giant, .; comedians co-stars In the { ti ail SS y'y 1wy

commercial corporation farms and absentee landlords. Our -i role of an edgy Broadway pro- I! : '. BECAUSE .1 I r

whole vitality as a nation depends on the contrary course. i j iducer with the supporting cast' i

Our job is to look out for the family farm, and we can I headoi by Eddie Foy Jr. It also YOU I
| many members of the
count on the family farm to look out for the future of our':'rat in the h
stage version of the ',t
soil. story which ran on Broadway for ''r- I ,.. "'. .,A, $
i over three years.Library LOVE 0
If there is a change of administrations, 'we' believe that 4 2fJttciLlLOFBEFRIGEIttTQRFRECZERCONVENIENCE

something will be done to reverse this trend-at least an : Equips I

attempt will be made, whether successful or not. The Democratic Children's THEM IN JUST 55" OF WALL SPACE! r

nominee, John F. Kennedy, has already spoken out Room I c -*,s.

concerning the farm plight, and his ideas sound good to The Starke Community Librarynow ; C Zero zone Freezer air tight all around (no latches). '

us. If it takes controls to give the farmer a fair return on has a children's room with I 9s I'You temperature for peak food Meat Tender for fresh teE RIfDAiRE nMS a 5 j jJt

his labor and investment, then let's have controls. The con- books ranging from folk songs to II make family's future secure by / and flavor protection. meat, Hydrator for vegetables plete te."cold center"! These tea
sumer is going to pay through the nose anyway. He's payingnow stories on baseball, but which your ,now... Jt ,. New Magnetic Seals close doors in Refrigerator '_ units:' stand side-by-side tte fia
Life of
to Georgia agent
but the farmer isn't getting his fair share. We can'thelp lacks furniture. Assistant Li- talking your -. pieces tf patched wan.ctJ

but believe that Senator Kennedy and his Democratic 1 ibrarian Mary Katherine Wainiri5fct : .yin_ fa.insurance plans that guard J -. -' '" :

Secretary of Agriculture will do better \ stated. against the unforeseen. Can for Complete detaiIs..There' Sheer LooP.WE
a job ot'finding There are books for children of F Plus new Sculptured

out why than President Eisenhower and his buddy, Benson all ages and up through the no obligation. ._ __ I I

teens, Miss Wainwright said. nd

a .. '!'all are invited to browse around J IIt'INStJlANCE0! ,, .

THE BRADFORD the room. AU that is.lacki.1g. she UfL COMA\\Y .. -.a GIVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
COUNTY TELEGRAPH ?*!'d. is tables and chairs for the .
:ounssters to sit in while reading.IA -. !, .-. ,j L ,

EST. 1871 request has been made for any. .

FLORIDA'S, FrBLIABED OLDEST WEEKLY CONTINOC8LTCKPYB HEWS.JMPEB .' me-which having it they to the are children's horary.not using Two furniture to tables:do'uite JULIAN E. MJAE : .' 's STARKE RADIO I & T TV'

r-.\11.*.*. Emrt Tier. sal Ea..te4 *. _.* Clue ?Mattel anj eight chairs are needed.

at Ih P..t Office at '.ark.. FU. .'n let .f Mu, .. 187K, Credit for renovating a room inthe Home Phone WO 4-2541 1317 Blanding St.. .311 E. CALL 'ST. STARVE, FLA,

t M jail into a children's room Starke, }Florida .
1 Jgces.to.Mrs Russell Norman-and


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f'I __ __ _4 '_ ,,-- --,,,--, Mr. and Mrs- Joe : Nettles left I I!I.Alit PARK BAPTIST CHURCH I,; +EIIADIWN S'f KEET' itAPTIS1'r' _

Thursday for a tour of: South!!I Sunday Schoolllta a. m.; Mornj j 9UO Block W. 1Af4fn; M" _-
% Family Night At Playground d ., : Florida- i,i ing Worship 11 a. m. Training '! Sunday School 9:45 Joe Wood, -
t.: :' Rev. and Mrs. J, Tom Harper! Union 6:45: : p. m. Evening Wor Superintendent-

",r 1 and children are vacationing this ship 8:00 p. m. Midweek PrayeractiiKe Morning Worship. 11:00.: -:
J Bj Mrs. C. B. Nolan week with relatives in.Alexandria {\ 7:3U m.
i i > ednesdsy p.
Training Union 6:15.: Jim .Haicu -

,furl._....'"__".._._ '.C wnauu._.. '_. __ 'I Is Good Fun With/ Carnival Theme La.Revival At Orange Street i:I i. Ev"ry<}nf' welcometUE ; Director. 7:30. -a

Mr. and Mrs. p. F. Hiring anJ I 1 ., ; :,, ,', I' Hevival services will .otgin on :! EIGHT. POINT for the Evening Worship
y : '
,children, of Brunswick, Ga. visited ,'<".": ,-; : .Sunday. July 31 at the Orange way you write. Come in and select 1:30J.Wednesday.. Prayer Meeting

Mr.| and Mrs. Clifford Sumner J Street Baptist Church with Rev. j! your favorite ESTERBROOK, :
and Mrs. Ronnie Pixon and san John Ashley Woodhouse of St. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH H. Mabry Jr.. Pastor.

from. Thursday until Saturday oflast I Petersburg as evangelist ;;' --., ."".,. ..*
week: Cathy and David wejj\ Y I I Baby RhodenMr. r -=---- ...=._=---- : .. -
on the Ranger Hal Wow last am Mrs. Fletcher Rhoden yf1k

Saturday morning.Mr. .unounce the arrival of t baby :.I -._._- a'
ana Mrs. Clifford Sumner. daughter born: July 5 in Bradford t ':: "Df.1I

Mrs. Ronnie Dixon and ion. and 'County HospitaL She has been 110'1
Larry Romine vUit.ed.1n Jackson- i named Kimberly Denise. .:Z ._
ville Beach last Tuesday nith M:. Mrs. Charles Taylor and son of '- .E'-r-

and Mrs.; Clarence Birashaw.Vtk Sarasota are visiting with Mrs. HAT

are'glad'to know that Mrs. v xf Taylors parents Mr. and: Mrs. SERVICE n
Harry,, Bell #is out of the Lake City *, Robert D. O'Neal, while Mr. Tay ...
hospital I, now and is at the homef lor is on two weeks' maneuver ITS BEST I
her mother Mrs. Co'.art, in 5A with the National Guard:: in Ala- '
Glen 8t: Mary. ; bama.

f Mr. and Mrs. I* C. Over visit- Mrs. Bernice Thompson and .U
td In Tallahassee Wednesday Daughter ot Jacksonville spent r l l&if dj: r ? r rt .....

and. Thursday with Mr, and Mrs. q )last week here with Mr tnd Mrs.C. V

Frederick Oliver! r R. Rhoden.Mr. t .,
We are glad to see Mrs. Earl I 1 4d 4 and Mrs. J. A. Luke: are .
A ..
tlke! back at 'work after under- tt pending a few days in Sanford e 4
44c _
iolnJ surgery: recentlf t. L riih relatives. 'ftvl
f .Mr. and Mrs. Earl \''l1kes and _
: _
k children Ian 'returned home -
Ala. Cash paid for good, eieau, cot-
from Troy' and Phoenix City lllli
,' arid Columbus-. While:; there f>n.. raes. No Khaki or wool.

they attended the Wfik S. family i "- to BradforD County Tele- .,

reqnioB. .Linda and Lamar Mc- craph. ,...
Clelknd; ..of Phoenix_ City' accompanted -
them,.home alter a weeksvisit Curnival nijenks eillnem' -p
trere. Family Night at. the Pratt Street I1-
Jail Strickland of Jacksonville: Playground last Friday when I .J.

J fhas leturned some, after a two I the largest crowd! of the sum OIIS E a .

]VeekV"visit' here with. -" Mr... andtn. : mer season turned out to enjoy I ''t'

Earl \Vi1k i: this all-age get-together. 0 SI eSS Wtt
Delilah Suggs returned!
this week from Jacksonville (Upper left) Margaret Ro..eJun
where sbe"hadbeen, convalescingfrom <>an, playground av>is",>tant, I night... ..u
helps adjust Fat Man Freddie ,
I an illness: v A D y
''Mra: 'w. I* Suggs sr.d MissPamia Siemer's "tummy." m
Harden of St. Petersbur (Upper right) Clown Mike I 3.

I returned 'Sunday from a two Goldwire offer colored balloonto .
weeks' visit'in Winstbn-Salem, N 1I. onthSold'obin Chisra "

C.-with 'M!. and Mrs. Harry _Cat who seems a bit awed. \ .

"sol and nets baby. : : : (Lower 'left) Leon Manning Y ',.4
Mrs C. V. O'Berry and childrjn purchasvca tickets! from Patsy

have returned home from a Hitchcock, peering from her

viiflt: with Mrs "Berry's. mother, .. rt cardboard "booth" L.
Mrs. Frank Mizelle, in Pearson aw ? V., ; a"I.
(Lower right) Randall Chi m ,
aiMr. takes Dead-Eye-Dick aim with > r
and Mrs. QB.. NcJan! and IU'
8 water pistol to douse blaring
sons spent a couple of days; !last ; +
,week in Hastings and'Palatka 4 I candle stuck )in paper cup. I. V 4; .
This Friday's Family Night
; relatives. J
event will be a Treasure Hunt. .' ,,. I
Mrs. Bpljert ,W. Bryce and family I n
*o!' Fernandina visited MrsW< with Miss 1910 Class Re-Union sri of Baldwin,, Mr., ind Mrs. I
L M j 1j visit in Iron City, Ga. iS. C spent Sunday .
Suggs Monday( The 1940 graduating class ofBaldwin Johnie Clayton Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. JMuilyrV Thomas. '
Charlie Ervin and
'.Zr: and Mrs. E. V. Roberts and High School gathered atEverbody's Edward Barker I If own business keeps you working late
family wW'ret ',Josephine David carried P. A. : Mr. and Mrs. Ben Trcwell_ of and Mr. and Mrs. :: ., ", your -
this weekend Brinson and Lawrence Alford to ;Ft. White visited here with! Mr. Lunch on Saturday Obid Scarborough of Jacksonville! n ,: "
I -remember that burglars work even later and
rom an extended tour of the night July 9, for a reunionAll i Mr. and Mrs. L- K. Whitehead ; ..
visIt, Iron City, Ga. last Friday and an 1 .Mrs. Joe fettles Sunday. I ; ..
untaJns! and a in north two members of the class .,
( but and: family of Waldo: Mr. and .
3f rsia wijh'relatives.. ]'Mr.then Ervin Sunday.they and the were children Jcined and by They brought little Wesley Nettles were present. They enjoyed a de-t Mrs. Bob Robinson of Baltimore. USE OUR NIGHT DEPOSITORY! '
? 'Mr.: and Mrs. Lamar Wilkes I[ ht-nie with them from a visit in lit ious dinner and then met at' Ml Mr and Mrs. Winston Kick- -
W. D. Brinson, Sr. and cele- "
and. family of Palatka( spent last i tMs}bnted the 86th birthday linniverI Ft. White. the Home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M.I lig/iter of Blackshear. Ga. and.!

I weekend with brand Mrs.:,Earl'I Isary I of Mr Brinson witn a ,,Delicious Mrs. FIoree Tatum and familyof Bullard for a "get-together."' En-j 1 1io I Mr and Mrs. W. F. Mott of Cal- .
Wilkts> and "gmuTl \ .' C.iiSif '"'Vir JS Rey.4.lalnn The two who were not able
.dinner on Sund?Y MissBnnnon Columbia, S ,+ing this occasion"were:. FLORIDA ;
% to be present were Woodrow Hig- ( '
\ Becky Brannon and Mrs. and Mrs. MOl&an also and :Mrs. Woodrow Higgtubotham Mason Simmons Mrs. W. W. ; R"V
ginbotham and Howard Whitehead .
Hulda ,
Morgan of -
Jacksonville j attended. and family last Friday and Sat- einbotham'Mrs; Marvin Lani-I icevil i ;" :

have returned from a weekend' Danny Parker of Myrtle! Beach, urday. er and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bull- I Grace has returned home I .. -. .. .OAI i ; (I''I. 1rE._ -_ ,, -,;

f 9. frum, a visit with relatives in ONt OF 21 iANKt er THE FLORID*NATIONAL enow "EM-nil FEDERAI.DEPOSIT."V"1" ,
"' I ,
I I Atlanta, ua. I
., Jack Grace, who has been homeonleave f I '. II
II PLAN HOW TO j i from a camp in Kentucky ".

left last Fi iday. Hu father, -
.. Cenl Grace, accompanied him. as .... ---. HI
i ii far as'-Atlanta. #" SHOP LESS.*;-, ., ,
i "
I I Mr. and Mrs. Cat] Bul'.ard of LESS. .. \
Baltimore Mi. have J I SPEND .
Your EAT
Tobacco home after a two weeks' vacation fl i'" \. / 1'
with 'Bullard SAVE TIME. ) '
I Mrs. Fred ind fam- 4fJ \* .
ily r: SAVE MONEY > .
; -.' .v :':>j, tyk N V ....* _." /
I ,Mr. and Mrs. Harold"Avinger M. -
l and son. Mr, and Mrs. Marvin I tiaf> -. ... .. c .It
.. L -
it $b w 9 "< K
I <
>a :
Jacksonville ;. '/
AT Hooks and sons of At; '/: I' ;
will leave Monday for a vacation *:'",+* ..
: irk; the mountains: of Brevard, N. A:kf}':''' I II
i.r. They will also visit with rela- ; I s.
tivps i in Cuba. Ala. before return- :
rip '
: ; Yo
inj home : i'x"""''' f I t
Watson Warehouses Mr. and Mrs. Theo Taylor Mr. fl.tW !...: iVL "
and Harold! :ti. :>:< .
Mrs.) : Avinger. Mr. and V" ;;<' 1i
Mr). Ralejr Jones. Mr. ard 'Mrs. r.-l::..::4h.<.. ::: '; c.,, .

'j'Robert Jones, and Mr .and Mrs. i l... ::.z,, ,:. "';r.5.,. j
:'. (< ::jY i.E <
r JC, B Nolan enjoyed a t'elightful :>,. : ,:'v.
I'evening at the "Chat au"' at ,. '.\: i j.. ,..:. ..
Atlantic Beach Wednesday nightI ,.
f '
.., .{ .. -, ...... I of: last week. {#: ..(.:" : ,"
: ; -< .': } : : :& ATis Gladys Duval and Mrs. rijy.1 7 't
.. .
.. Frances Cox of Jacksonville '
Full- Set S of f Buyers All Day Sale \< \*"<>*.1't& ';';-" j Beach drove to Apalachicola last ,..":r'>," \ ; I / :,, -1'1; V

f- week for a visit with Mrs. Mildred. ..." '
** ; -ti Allen and children. The were RH ; l
) : ; accompanied home by Ann. Dar t<
Top Prices" Every Day "t :: lone find Junior who wiU spend- 1

[the summer with the Duvals. .

for Your Tobacco Satisfaction Guaranteed 1.i ',amply Sympathy of Sam is Davis extended who'to passed the -Ls n..t.s: S' ;

,away last Monday'at the home. of VJLk3:1l44'MV a .
to daughter, Mrs. D. M. Mosley.
I I Funeral services were -held onWednesday

WAREHOUSE NOW% OPEN FOR RECEPTION OF YOUR. TOBACCO 'Baptist Church afternoon in Baldwin'at the First with SUPE ARKET .

interment! in f Verdie Cemetery.Mr .
: and Mrs.. Robert Janes and VV
: ._ ) anily enjoyed.last .week %\ Jay! 0
1 ." toia Seach. while Mr. Jones was
-. altentlin the Agriculture. Teadi-. : r
4 i i r : .
Penn WaUonr Y. : JT T. Vaughn Jim Peel l Jas. Emory Vaughn el s Confcrencei ,- ,
\ Capt. and Mrs. Joe Koyd .of Mv KITCHEN
Thurman' amesTomm e Malphurs LeKoy Clark Roscoe Green McLean/, wilF arrive Monday

Matt Dvkes, Auctioneer J Harvey Harrington L. D. Melton ".,:. Ferrell Pipkin for a week's '1t.} with ,Mrs.:

Ralph W.Emerson"" J, T.. Flanagan C. J. Melton \\1ndeU O'Steen .,Flovd's brother-in-law and sister .

grew O'Steen Dennis Emerson Carlton O'Steen Bill Forrester i I(Mr. and Mrs. Travis Clark When For good eating.. .a modem ELECTRIC You'll shop lese often .. stock up.. ..

Bishop Vaughn Sjtoriy Williams Claude White B. W. Bedenbaugh I the Ffoyds leave :Ihere. there: wilt! BEFRIGERATORFREEZERis on "specials" at bargain prices. .'.''

go to pavana.- Cute wliere they .the ticket! Keeps foods fresher save time and money, and remember /
rill make their home.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jones carrie riaper more nutritious. Freezes the new frost-free models end messy,' .

V. Mr ;(Brownie: ) MOSES 'C', FRED ANDREWS I *' two of Mr. Jones' >.t dents, I practically anything from meat defrosting forever! "

Branford Representative Lake Butler RepresentativeWatson George. Harvey and ..David Mc- Loaf to pizza pie. Fruits vegetables ;
Insist ALL-ELECTRIC refrig-
+: ; Cloud f.o the State. Forestry on an :
meato, poultry> fish, soups, pastries,
Camp at Camp OTeno onSun; erator-freezer (and a Home Freeze; \ ;
dcy. where they will sta) for a cake,-ice cream_all Stay fresh anddelicious to .
for extra pleasure) Cheaper buy,

weekMr.. and Mrs.. C. R. Rhoden for months.Electric Last-minute: .... cheaper- to use, and will maintain' a i ;:
meals are eastwith an Refri
-- -'-- > cleaner cooler kitchen.. -
I spent last weekend in Jacksonvillewith ,
Warehouse CO.
'? I e> .tor-FJeezer.:: And there are alwaysPOWER '.
their daughter, Mrs Nellie.. .
"-r. cibs See Electric Appliance Dealer.
Taylor tl-t..ot t 4 qn ha4. your ; :

Mr. and Mrs. Nolan and <
daughters have .returned home ti 1. d fit TQ.J\ & LIGHT I COMPANY "\

Penn Watson, Proprietor and Operator from 'a weeks vacation' :U.1UD1. .... r ..__ __ HELPING. BUILD,_ FLORIDA t
bus, Ga. with Mr. Nolan s broth- s

IiIAtf SPRINGS FLA. I' ONE GR rr-in-law.AI\d, Wasrie' BurketL sister, Ita':et-'liSter.andairs ,". ... "'- Ylg r .t 'J
: 97221li f.-o :._:. : ...__ fjf{ ._ _..
__ 'iT' '
I! : Mrs. -RubJ'Ct1t 'oTCTarfesvnieT,. _. -
.. (tt, 1tY
? "Tnn. flew down to be- with 'i- .


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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY 'ItU:G..U'a, ST.MlKU, l'LvlHU.\- T........ ..J.iLLY. 21, ISSf. _

pair course at the Army Signar'Ruth E. Noegel of Starke, gradu-I' Mrs. t Lion's Club To None Hurt BadlyIn Treasure Hunt 11 or get any other 'social security
I Monmouth 1 BriggsFuneral information are invited to see the _
N J.
School l Fort on|ated June 17 from the Aviation Featured At
ConductBroom Sale .
June 23. During his training he :: Familiarization School at the Natal Held 2-Car WreckA ,,representative.rue

learneu! to install maintain and Air Technical Training Center i Family NightA S
The. Lions Club will. conduct a
.wan: ; ra. io traiumKiei* and a.i-: in Memphis Tenn. This school j ji I.iGnf roorf fw.e. _
broom bale August 4 the proceedsof I
SERVICE{ MEN Wednesday two car smash-up left both I la SLId
sociared communications equip- repates students for further their : S way you write UOBW iO,1 _
which will go into Sight when collided treasure hunt will be the I
.. autos total losses they <*rt vniir favorite RSTEKbROOK
iiien Pic. Eizsy is a 1958 gradu- training in one of aviation'smanj :
Jftmd examinations and feaoued event Family Night i
to at
i I buy eye
of Bradford and Funeral for Ada at the B & G Truck Stop i Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH. _
I ate High School technical fields. services' Mrs.% glasses for needy :children. Club Starke's. this Friday at the Pratt Street .!
Cadet Joe C. Harden. son of about one mile beyond
entered the Army in June of 1958. Edwfrds Briggs, 75. wIdow'of'the
: I President N. L. Woodburn said. Playground Recreation Director
Mrs. Louise L. Harden of the .. John L. Briggs of Jackson- south city limit at 12:35: p.m.
: ; To &.e .
i Revs Knight Woodburn stated that the Lions FHP A. E. Fob Benner announced.In
I Jimraie B. of Mr. vile were.held at 10 ajn..Wednesday ; Wednesday July 20, ni
Lang, son
State Farm is at Fort Knox Ky.I are a service' club and that all other playground action this .
of in the Hard ge-& Sons. ;- Hambacker from Palatka report- I,
Mrs. Richard Lang Clay Jliyerid
for six weeks of intensive field I Speak At Revival "money'made in various projects S week, Randine Chism 13-year-old S __
Hill u: presently assigned as a rerwt ? Funeral Home chaP t;-,-with _
into the Sight Fund. The ed.The aaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randall I :
training and practical work in .: :::o Co. C. 7th Battalion. 2nd Rev. .Bobby Knight of Green Rev Charles Julian, pastor the Club goes this week sponsored the trooper said a 1954 Ford Chism Of 534 W. Pratt St.. was I ;; ;. : I _

the subjects and theories whichhe Training Regiment of the U. S. Cove Springs will be the speakerfor Johns' Park Baptist Church 'ofnr.iabr.g. movie 'The Adventures of Huckleberry driven by Maude Adkins, colored named Miss Playground of the!

has been studying in his military Army Training Center. Infantry. .1. the, Beulah Baptist Church She died Sunday in a Finn" at the, Florida mrJe. from Glen Saint Mary was week. Mr. Playground this week I II I
classes at Murray State College which be- acksonvJle hospital after ah" ex- traveling south on U.S. 301 and I
at Fort Jackson, S. C., where he Revival in Clay County Theatre to raise money for the was Freddy Siemer, 11-year-old
ui Kentucky The summer is weeks of Monday night July 25. ended illness. attempted to make a left turn: Into -
undergoing eight gins Sight Fund. son of Mr. and; Mrs. O. F. Sterner
\ Is a major requirement in j and services will Mrs; Briggs was a native. of the truck stop when it collided :
camp basic combat training. Song prayer -At their'meeting last Thursday Jr., of 603 Pinewood Dr. The fast, dean
Charleston S. C. and moved at with a 1959 Chevrolet driven
the tcllitary career of Cadet begin'at 745. A basket dinner
In the contest bracket this
early to with July 14, the Club members discussed by Mrs. Cecile M. Ternest of Way- '! way to paste....
an age Lawtey her
H rden. Having successfully completed Robert Green Seaman USN. will be served Sunday July 31, at and means of findingout week. David Silcox of the War
the four-year college is member of the U3S Topeka's 12:45.: arents.> the late Daniel'R. and ways cross Ga., traveling north to- 9 and 101 with
a which children are in needof riors [age seven I HOT 1SD IT'S I6KP
Elizabeth Starke.
Mary Brown Edwards. ward
ROTC course at the summer "Seaman Guard" precision shots and Mickey Owens of the Ii
assistance in obtaining glasses.
camp he will be eligible for commissioning marching unit. Since Joining the fIRST'CHRISTIAN CHURCH Her father was one of the'41nbel early. '. the paneling Hambacker said that though Chiefs rage 11-131 with 17 shots i No mess,never leaks
dealers in this .Also Jscussed was both cars were total losses, their
as a 2nd lieutenant in group, the Starke sailor has marched -'.I Cor. Call & Christian Streeta of the interior of the clubhouse. won the basketball shooting con- I gurniupwdriesogt. _

the U: S. Army Reserve upon his in three of New York City's I I 'Bob L. Badtett,. Minister Mrs, Briggsater lived in ':The .outside of the building already occupants were very lucky and test to see who could make the Economical,too.. .
Starke I Imo'ing
and 'Gainesville before no one was seriously injured. i
graduation from camp ,on July famed ticker-tape parades.The i I most baskets in one minute. "penpa5nt"ti pasta _
Sunday School, 9;45 a. m. Wor- has been painted and equipped -
( ? to Jacksonville about 40 Mrs.: Ternest. received a cracked I _
r teactiy] where it is
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30. Topeka is guided missile light Winners of the checker tournament -
a with new.. roof. Woodburn
chh and Communion 10:45: a. m. She member of a and her I
.* years ago. was a nose eight-year-old son .made<< without
cruiser at the Naval were Patsy Hitchcock for
currently I Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice :he Riverside Park MethodistChurch : Laty WaYne, had. lacerations of I waste. Abtolttely
Ftc Gary R. Elzey. son of LesterR. Shipyard, Brooklyn, N. Y. War riors and Douglas Connor for ,
j 6 p'jn. CYF 7 p. m. : and .the PEp Sisterhood,j said.Huggins' the head and right knee. The the Chiefs. DO tOI C.OVer. L@
of Brooker completedthe
Eteey I
WednesdaY. 7:30: p. m. New Chap.- r H. She was a woman's husband and daughter put dot* without
24-week radio transmitter re- Richard H. Johns of Mrs. Helper AJso featured this week but results -
..'" Training for fl>nlce. 31 soprano and has profession-I also passengers in the Chevrolet ntntn,... Driei D

In the Riverside Park I Goes Down Drain were not injured. Adkins, driver not received were deck tennIs seconds. .Rv.he off
V and hop scotch tournaments.Next .
EVERGREENBAPTIST!: Church for 25 years. ". i I and lone occupant of the Ford, sully,dtRlJ
week the Playground will
FREE SHOWSaturday % CHURCH Surviving are daughter, Mrs.'I I II II. received alight lacerations. The teAt JO,,
feature "
a rope jumping contest a
School 10 L.In. Preach L [Continued from Page One] ,
Sunday Betty Nisbet of Resed, Calif; two i Ternests were treated at the : C>.- UUE CUT
ring toss tournament and .
e> a ...
Morning 10:00: A.M. (ng 11 a. In. Training' Union.6:30: sons.: Dan w: Turner, Palatka,:.I and that something needs to be i Bradford County Hospital and re- basketball foul shooting contest. lI .__S'., fcnpbooki and Plato' -4Klion
Preaching 1:3e m. Prayer and John L.
p. m. p. Briggs Jr. Jacksonville -done about it. ,He was referring I leased. ;;>> htbCC'and GilVri

,- Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ; four sisters. Mrs. A. Z. Ad- to the 4-H program that wouldI Trooper Hambacker charged (f.o.: ,piR| School* kt0y(4aArtpdcigs:
Wednesday Bible' gtudy 7-3P( cins :and Mrs. John Love Wilkes Social l SecurityA PARENTS' '
RETURN WILDFIRE\ I the primary duty of the assistant Adkins with failure to yield the .-. !

o. m. beth of Starke Mrs.. ,J. C, Aokins > agentAnother right of way.Hambacker. '- \
Gainesville and Mrs. L. L. lepresentative of the Gainesville -
AT THE MISSIONARY BAPTISTSunday member of the dele- is a patrolman out Social Security office will be
Roane: Jacksonville three. broth. \ SPEcIAL OFfER
School 9:45 a.m. Morn- gatio/i! Pat Miller 'spoke of his of Palatka working Bradford
: ,
.. !
in Starke, at the Court Room of .
err, D. R. Edwards, E. E. Edwards Pen with
County because local trooperis ,Paste.
ng rrcrship 11 un. Eveninj I dream of a progressive farming one
and W. 1,. Edwards all of the Courthouse at 9:30: > a. m. '
FLORIDA THEATER I Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Jacksonville: and six gr dchil- area in the county and &aid he on vacation and, the other is Thursday, July 28. 1REER.11L.

each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone thought the increased service an ill.
(cren Persons who desire to make ap- Bradford County
I welcome.-Kev. H. H. YoU S assistant could render would be a
Burial, was; in ,Evergreen Ceme-' lication for social security retirement -
pastor. step toward this end. New River RevivalA
tery. \ or survivor's benefits
Sponsored by the Following Merchants: .t County Agent George Huggins: social security account numbers, TELEGRAPHBeautiful

HAMPTON CHRISTIAN declared that an assistant agent revival will begin at the New. I -_

GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY CHURCH Services Held/ For would give the young people a River Pine Grove Methodist. .

STAR HOMES SHEPHERD RADIO '& Sunday Bible School. 10 a. better program, and if the county Church on Saturday,. July 23, at

TV SERVICE m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Leslie Turner, 69 could not afford one now another 7:30: p. m.Dinner .

CRAWFORD BROTHERS Eveningservice. 7p.m., and Pray. I attemptwould be made: later. will be served pn the? New 3-BR UOMEI

Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS er meetng even Tuesday at 7:30p. Funeral services icr Leslie IHug 1S.sald: he had contacted grounds Sunday, July 3.1. Reverend ,

INSURANCE AGENCY m. John W' ftc, pastor. Turner, '69, were held at 3:30: p. I j farmers all.over the county andS Andrew Varner- invites alto I '

TERWILLEGAR IOTORS m. ''Tuesday in the Riverside [they were! all in favor of the pro- the services. 1750 Sq. Ft. Extra Large, Rooms

Chapel of Hardage & Sons !gram' d wanted an assistant

SIMMONS KOCH STARKE BUILDERS Cash paid for good, clean cotton Funeral Home in Jacksonville.Mr. agent to. give them increased HIGHLAND Ceiled. Garage Large,..,Lot,

DRUG STORE SUPPLY Turner. a former residentof "service.. 'He :stated that he cannot BAPTIST CBTJBCH
742 S.
rars. ,No Khaki or wool. Starke died Saturday at his: I give all farmers adequate Sunday School n45; &. m S Westmoreland Ph. WO. 4-2495,. 'or, .' WO. 4-7771
LOCAL FINANCE home in Jacksonville after extended service alone. and
DENMARK FURNITURE Bring to Bradford County Tele- an : Morning Worship 11 a. m.

COMPANY COMPANY illness. .> S The county agent suited that 7:30 p. m, Prayer Meeting eacl GENE NOEGEL: -0:

-- --- -- rraph. A native of Macdeany.! Mr. at the ir senttime he travels Wednesday, 7:30 p., m. Rev .

\- Turner owned and operated approximately 1,500 miles per George Chism pastor. Everybodj, S .
L __._ -__- ._ ,- __ ,_ __ __ __ -. n ._. __. __ -. Turner's Drug Store en Call month pn' the job, is in the midst welcome S :'i' -,. ,'.. jlt- '7-2 )
. : "
V Street in Starke in the earlj ot promoting more strawberry -. :: .

1920'. He was the son-in-law oi S farming and 'cited the many services : -- -

the late Charlie, 'Cascn. earlj! S j he has :to perform., Sell It Rent It Trade It S ,1I..lo'TB0IIPSN'PEn: *.'FLORIST'liT.

Starke druggist. f ,I \Tic.delEgation! con 'sted' .of PBQe \VO 4-.UA I
I NORTH FL F L ORIDAS.UPPL Y Mr. Turner was .member. of Zedra Hamilton Lonme.. Harley. wn DIeTl'cTIyfl ntJwmll
the RiveJSide; .Park Methodic; Foster 'Shi'Smith, 'J. R. Wain- P9WEfta'ANTWUER, tfchg. .

Church, the Masonic-.Order.. anda I wright.'Titus Olson; Paul Hutch- WITH TELEGRAPH, CLASSIFIED S ,

224 N. Temple Phone.WO 4-2113 life member of Morocco Temple i ins and': County S Agent, George, New and us'PGR.d Building MALE :feoppflea

of the Shrine.' At the time ot'hideathhe. !I Huggins'.: WRVORULI A1WHFsLv1IoII: .__.-___---S -__'-. 4 Ortm fr w... Drive t way pip*. J5'iengtlla OflSoppHeg ;
I 1I per .. S was employed ; -' Jack-
.. pharmacist in Jacksonville. five I Juveniles; te WORDS'OH LKS*. .Om. a.erd.u I ......... t"Ii.rje. ... ..ftM lIOn'T h\ldhtC', \ .; Uchg

Surviving are .his wIre, Mrs'f SIXAERswnc, MACHUTB1
I ----1 Kittiii W' Turner. Jacksonville;: BACH ADDITIONAL WORD.OVER IIO 3 __ --'-___:-Ie Pel' w.... rUotntaUve! will| '\e In Bradtor4
Sentenced By % DISCOUNT. REPE4,T INSERTIONS AWH AD Co. Mondays and Fridays.' For aer..:
two iisters Mrs: Evelyn Hornp, vice
: on
4 .. .. St....Petersburg and7't Its.' Roy I Qr call Sln&t'r: Sewing Machine, Co

I Dean, Eau qal11el.rid..a'::! brother County Judge for 402 Lake N..City Marlon, Fla St,' or Phone. TtchgLAICEVIEW 110.
E. V. Turner WE HAVE a new lun program FOR SALE
; Macclenny. farmers. Loam ol 1 to 6 Jean Ready mlz concrete, concrete block, BEACH
:. Burial was iIi., Riverside' Memorial S County Judge T. A. Yawn, at a for the entire', credit ant'hl.require.fam pontts., fence posts, sand cement kitchen. Reserve& GOTTAGESElectric your

.PaIj: Cemetery with ,Ma- hearing Tuesday afternoon July menu ily.,Gainesville of-the firmer Production. Cre4Jt Llnierock Mo tar mix. rock steel, oyster shell. now. Swim.,)>lenlc. tlfih..CaU Waldo,

sonic rites at the grave'de.PREMIER .- 19/put two J juveniles on probationand ..GaInesvJUe Association. Fla(20 Horth Main tfch .Co.W04-25.,and Bradford Roof GraveL Engineering Phone; HO) Earleton 1-)552r, Fla. tee Mrs. A.?ltchg!Comer.91[.

I sentenced three 'more to the tfchg .
1T U I 1p Florida Industrial School for Boysin BADieS REPAIRED '- -- '

Marianna. All Make -.All ..... Complete Tee Service "EXPERT, .
iuiwb1. Charge .rute. t.
The' five boys ranging In age SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV Pruning Bracing: De-Moss- S
p 2 1-1 MW from 13 through 16. formed a lBnas> Greea. Owner bar Cavity Work Tree Re Painting

-. -.- -.,,.'.,% V : S salt of "casual gang" as Judge 413 E.,.Can St.' Pfc, FU..M WO 4CM1StsJke moval Transplanting Decoratmg'

Yawn termed. The Judge said Tree _
Sapp's SurgeonsPETE
V the boys would fo to the show,, COLONIAL FLORIST All Work. :
Never before at this low, low I price Prices meet some of their buddies and Only Flowers F; wired T.' D. any Florist place.In Flowers Starke. SAPP Owner 1" .
: Beginat STARKE -
: PHONE 4-39A3
end up in a breaking and enter.- for all occasions locally. Phone CALL

I wit case..They did not $specifically WO 4-6291. COS Cast Nona St. tfchg S WO 4-2671,

WESTINGHOUSE 13 2.door REFRIGERATOR ; $98.00 S in; nQ going on a crime spree. FOR HENT-Furnished apart- S For Estimate

... .. ,,., -., ... cu. i (Free Installation t bit always drifted into one Yawn ments. Reasonable! rates. .Near '
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shopping center. Phone WO %011
;( __* ltf-e.l raid. JIM RICHARBSON
call at 211
I! ...... ,:,,---;-,?--=-:' r_ **;,3with: 10Mb. separate ? t 1 See the Complete Line at S ,Neither, did all.the boys take S.or Cherry WO 4-0771 St. (evening Shell 5 Oil or Co. Office.) .

: n1.r'" .,,, ""._.. t : part hi. all five of the offenses S. tfcbg,

r: ;; :;. : food freezer ; NORTH FLORIDA which! are. cited,'.'but :various combinations 'OR'hl'd.KK.NT house Ol-> Peterson g bedroom, Rd.nohirn-Phon

f nW' ", i :J F :: and loaded-with I of the five would meet HASTINGS MATTRESS WO .it7S. tfcha-

.,.. 1 _, : ., and just happen to break into
j ilt: .I SUPPLY I WANTED Honwkeeper .5 days
f .' V -t '- ...rrn "'., deluxe features.. !a,-houseor.. business establishment week. Furnish own trtnaportatlon.
:: ..... ..<... S ontact .)fn. A. J. Barry WO 4.
.. .. .. -r.' 1V ? .. Phone WO 4-2113 710 Lemon St. Paiatfca: 'SOI or' apply at Doctor's office.tfcbr.
'':,:;,1.--''rVI I $3.00 I For.: inSLi c ,.U"ree of the quin- S
ro /$ -1, :; V 224 'N.'Temple'Need ) tet 'were'convicted: ,for breaking Furniture, Repaired, Upholstered -

: v. _. ;" ". a week "IntQ the Bottom Dollar on Call "OR SALE, Erwdlng are re..l.
'J,1d'! .' l' & Refinished ered Angos Bnlla..; frltt reason-
\ .c:1': : 5:: Street Before'that two of ..therane ble. Doyle Conner WO. ''fjOI.
;-_.... _.. .. .. I. -- MATTRESSES REBUILT For Expert Tree Surgery Call Ooi
three and one other stole acar tfcbr
L. !: Stores food on handy Iift-out door A J S _
.A.At2-!: :h-..-,. shelves, egg racks and in dairy S I in Gainesville and were' New Innersprings Agent FOR RENT --4 room pnfurnJahedApartment
Phone WO 4-3365
I 224 N. '
; '. .. compartments. Three multi'posi- OIASWater caught! in Atlanta. Georgia by Temple ; 404 Lake St. Cal WO 4-
I L.l1 '-I, tion shelves move up or' dotvn. federal authorities and so on it and Box. ,Springs, 4594. 5 tfcbgl.oR
,,' "- --- f 0 Full-width vegetable crisper.ftJCTl Drop Us a Card or Call -
V went.' They also- broke into Dr. RENT OR SALT UnCum"htd -
Pete Felos1 office. Stem's Service PALATKA EA 3-9163 2 ,bedroom. bomt. Newly re.
,. FOR SALE ocled! ZJl: X. .Myrtle St. Phorti
t'--: HeaterSee Station and the El Rancho. Restaurant -
,. 1.4, r". ,,\ I STARKE WO f- 9M \\0 S.I45. tr-h&r 84!
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.- Acquainted speclal.eOMuailUIJ.\ S The tuo youngsters S put on pro- SIRS.: PEGGY SUALtEB, Starke, GROCERY STORE AND W.\. "fED I '-, Experienced steno.raphcr -
U. month
'S I1riw August
S -: MODO. _ bation'' in care of their parents A teal GAS STATIONNot 'f-tfc. Shorthand electric type-
: : : $2.95VM.UE ..
twe "itMSubnjlt" ; appJlcHon: *n4 r-
( !? convicted on only one or .
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However. _
"EW perhaps two counts.- FOR RENT Private lot to park Clt.- _' : I flehg'
; ICE CUBE TRAY CLASS-LINED the other three were either con- trailer. Lifhta and water furnish Located on Highways 5- -5 .
; and ed. |1S per month. -11. R. Judd 'OR SALE Fire room block
.I WATER victed of numerous breaking WO 4-5951. ttchg. 7,21 231 & 18, Hampton, Fla. V ne 'Will sell watonabl Call
wdTiuTij enteringiorhadprevious recordsor wn 4.IIU1 404 (' "tep St. 4tn S1l

J 1. 5- HEATERS ,.as in several cases both.MAYOR'S "AVON CALLING- GLADYS SHAFERBox TOP. 84LB *- Jersey ft: Guernsey
I -4, ; In.your I neighborhood through T. KMfer first calf. F. f.i Thomas on
S 15, Hampton, Fla. 614 lakf Butler Rd. up

;r- on L461 in your neighborhood and WA1TRSP4 thJ'hiD' -.... Appiy
Simplest to cook !
t l 'n J'lf'l'Ion only at (Garden Restaurant
turn time !
of inMa'or's spare into money.
S eases were disposed! FOR SALE New and used c.gilc" .. .. ttchr
Easiest to clean! morning. WiRe; Oulda C. Sweat P. O. Box PLUMBING FIXTURES. Gainesville I S
Court Monday
? 540 Life Oak FU. Heating & Plumbing, Hawthorne 'VA1R r.sS.. WA1ft1O!: -. apply
S ...- 4= Need new water hette July 18.Horace. Road t SE 18lh St. Stchg 7/1 '.. ".rsoc at Rluft MIlD Drive To. Itp

I YOUcM5Ositenuine : running REAL ESTATE FOR SALE <:
WESTINGHOUSE 30i HarperLowe .
: ca.n0 4-9374 If you are planning \T-Rrnsa nil n. osres
f I PEMACLAS-fcith! red light forfeited bond of 112.50 Five room house on Lafayette on sending child to kindergarten .., lfnl.5..mIl4!' wes' ; fit .Lawtey.'Ire .

I blr.Ias in.iJia. S&I James Alton Hurst. disorderly S Street in Starke 14,500.00. in September. Mama Priest'tehg'7/U Tat J..Fj.,.t111I"an.Phone JV 47J7! .-sn.JCi"...ba17.

i ELECTRIC RANGE conduct forfeited bond of $27.50,. : ) SS
Large-Lot 111 ft. on State Road 11 ttt'btr iudn
I tfai IninlII &tIfe' FOR RENT' Furnished upstairs -
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James Buie, colored public intoxication with deep well $1,008.00.Nic .c S '
apartment 2 rooms and bath. $11 0:>01.{ 'JJVv: ... 'M"" .. mOo7f'm':
isyoeduptcttopsytw: ; forfeited bond oi S. Epperson. Y. L. Klrchain tfchg "
''ronJl rfV nice
Only aweek bt>i\41nr\ lot 'OB Redgrave -.rroqi14tc.
2.40 III orlIIarJ Wlter beltlr4: $27.50. Street In City I! 1.090.60.. FOR SALE 1% acres of land ea tl;,Phone WO 4-?<$5. fur

S 4 5 --''-! Tom Marks running stop sign,I One cr. faclag State Road IS, some timber. Located on GrlffU 'rformation 4 ) ; S S ;
-' Loop. $5.000. Graham Crews Rt. 1, Upn
S WS forfeited bond/of $12.50. ; Oo.oO. Nice place for ,home. ";'" "1I\J': "'tpftf.t4 b."ae
Pre-eet the dock timer for automatic
oven- .. Box 181. Starke. 2tpT21_ | v.........- J5001c AUI1.A.! oTl11J'
fookiaj,or the minute tinier for abort periods. '-S Arthur !French colored, public; Choice lots la select residential section -rt 1., :-p.. .1r.pc.J1 r 'Q'Pox
Removable '* As Low As $75.50 FOR SALE Cushman motor .,.... ... .. ._, US.
( S oven and fik-out surfaceunits maLe
breeze' cleaninc a 2753. Home sites In Orange Park $1.560.- Walnut St. 2tehg 7/21 vr\T ppv* -"' ",.,,.,,,..,,.... 2'nm ';4'''.
1iWll1DA-JIIiW' Attflla G. Toth. failure to ylek t 00. Terms, h"DII4II. Air .n"tltm. f' te
North Florida CALL Jackson for top fill dirt
..\ '.. .. rWltofway'and-eausing an ac, bnUdtsIng and grading. W. T -- e.ui1with' piaf) ..1M. JU allt
I FOR QUALITY rO.1 FEATURES FOR .VALUE .. "t'l7::. ciden,'forfeited bond of $27.50 A..i TBOMA8, REALTOR Jackson WO 4-4011. tfchg: TV". ."r..rf Op t'ifltaet Gladys
-'.Mrton, JIT-JT.: Walnut St after
THE BIG SWING IS 10 Y yeS t'gh ouse-. ; : Donald Howard, public Intoxication .. FOR 8ALQ Mahogany' dining ., ft.5rn.' S ItB
I -.- ....... -- SupplyS FOR KENT: ( room house 2 bath .
.. sentenced to five -days bJail. 1 rocm, table breakfast and table chain.and EtecirieMove chairs Urge yard near schooL 219 E. Ad- C-.lf."...;.-. Flip 1I"1 ::_. tilllt 4n_..
J kiDs St Key next door. 7114 ..
.. ._- -' Lawson mft .Phone WO '4-1SJ4. Itp: '14Nft5" I'5 .ant.1. .., n"frtcy
... = : _: '-. 224 Temple'Ave, ,
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rent; -I f. Oub
,R. 1* Thre tt. public mtoadcafaoa.7 FOR SALE 8559 BTU Air Conditicner. -: t "... '_ .
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S-' S Phone-WO '4-2113T fined>$27.50:or.sentence*1 FOR. RENT < room famished upright piano, kerosene _., _
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Mrs. Ernest Widegren and daughter Annual Firemen's Ball] First Baptist A6A A AAAA& to locate it.. It would be appre-

Susan; Mrs. Joe Paclikowski ciated if anyone sees the bird and
I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS and children Tommy Jerry, and Set For Saturday I Schedules Revival MELROSEBy will get in touch with him.

Nancy; Mrs. Jack Haberstrohand Miss Paula Howell recently
Dr Clinton Cutts pasto of the
K. R&atttet ; daughter; Marcia t.:1 uckte's At Beach PavilionThe
By Mary ; First Baptist Church in Vienna, Joyce>> Rothhammer visited her grandparents, ,Mr.
I mother. Mrs. E. Lambert, and
and MrS R. F. Simmons. Mr. and
Ga., will conduct a revival at the
his brother, Robert. Jr. and sisters ninth annual tun-and- t wp ..&AAA AAAAAAAAAf AAAA1.A. AA.. Mrs. Simmons drove her back to
For Council MeetingA and mstruction. I af First Baptist Church in Keystone
Charlene and Helen. fund-iaising ball of the Keystone haute Md.
her in Silver Spring,
scheduled meeting of the Golden Wedding Plus Four Fire Department r Heights beginning Monday July Mr. and Mrs. Bill Singleton are
Another Baker Boy Heights Volunteer
Keystone Heights Town Council On Monday, July 18. Mr. and Saturday night 25, 'ind ending Sunday, July 31. parents of twins a boy and a Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Corey of
will be held ,
Mr. and Mrs..Floyd Baker of after-
'was railed off last Friday for lack Mrs. Ray Forsythe of Lake Beech rt=, Services will be held daily at girl born Saturday Jute 16, in Gainesville spent Sunday
Lake 23, at Keystone pavilion
Geneva the July
are happy over with
of a quorum. The meeting was to Geneva quietly observed their o'clock.Th 9:30: :.. m. and 8:00: p. m. Rev. J. the Bradford County Hospital. noon Mrs. Corey's parents.
arrival of their first chili, a son, smarting at 9 Durbin. .
and Mrs.
Mr. C. W.
have been a continuation of the 54th wedding anniversary! The R. Smith pastor invites everyoneto Paternal grandparents are Mr.
born Sunday afternoon In Brad- ball climaxes the depart-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin WhItehead
regular July .meeting, which Forsythes were married on July attend. and Mrs. Marion Singleton.
ford County Hospital. They have ment's; annual drive for associate and son Joey, returned last week
vas recessed with unfinished 18, 1009 in St. Clairsville Ohio. Dick Durbin left for California
named him Floyd Richard. MIS.! memberships. Fire Chief Tommy from to New
a trip Jersey.
business. Mr. Forsythe is a retired railroad COMMUNITY CHURCH Friday after a six weeds' visit
Baker is the former Ann Cox, Millican states that the $5 associate -
Ernie Howard is home from the
Th next regular meeting is conductor from the Baltimore KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. with hi .
parents. and
: Mrs.G.
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. W. W., membership fee paid, by hospital and is doing fine.
scheduled for August 9. Council and Ohio Railroad and he and Albert C. Holt, Minister W. Durbin.
meetings, in case you're interested his wife moved to Lake Geneva Cox of Lake Geneva. several hundred persons with Mrs. J. L. Hetheringion Mrs. Mary Ann McCrarken and Johnny Wesley of .Bainbridge,
are held the second Tuesday from Connellville, Pa. about 12 Sale SaturdayThe property in the Keystone Heights Organist and Choir Director family of Atlanta, Ga. spent last Ga. spent! Friday night with his
Royal Neighbors of A- area. Is the only source of income Sunday School 9:00: a.m. Morn- aunt and uncle, ,Mr.: and Mrs.
,after the first Monday in each ,years ago at the time of his re- I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fran
month.Fish tirement. Of their five children, arehaving a rather the department has for replacing ..f ing Worship 10:00 aim cis Chiappini and family. Glymi Rothhammer and family.
special Bake Sale and equipment +
on Saturday
Fry And Swimming Awards four of .them live in the vicinity fire-fighting rescue Winners of the Melrose Duplicate -
morning, July 23. at 10 a. m., In and meeting other expenses. St. William's Catholic Chapel Visitors at the home of Mr.
Friday evening July 22, the and another is deceased. Their Bridge Club last week were
the vicinity of the dime store. Heights and .lrs. Melvin Trent includetheir
Keystone Heights Rotarians will children are Charles, Walter, and The: fire protection provided, Keystone Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. Val
I The sale will feature special Danish modern equipment has resulted Sunaay Mass at 8:30: a. m. son and daughter-in-law: ,
Elmer our
hold Another fish fry at the Keystone and Mrs. Blancne Givens!, ,1st; Mrs. Emery Cooper
Public Beach, after which son. They have seven grandchildren pastries. Sounds .yummy. in a reduction of nome fire Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Trent, and [Continued On Next Page
swimming awards will be givento I ; three great grandchildren. Dianne Is Surprised insurance premiums in this area", Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a m. family of Portsmith Ohio and
all participants in the annual Chu'k 'Lamberi Honored Miss Reba Hall and Miss Roberta Millican; said. "Property owners Confessions before all Masses.Baptisms Mrs. Trent's sister, Mrs. Pauline Faith Pres'bytulaDChurch

YMCA swimming program. In i .. 'On Wednesday July 6, Mrs.I Sibley were co-hostesses ata realize this ,and show their ap- marriages and Instructions Garst, of .Salena, Va. ,' !Melrose

addition, there will be a demonstration Charles Wallenius entertained the surprise birthday' party, for preciation by becoming associate by appointment.TRINITY Grant Rothhammer reports he Sunday services-Church School' ,
by the Clay County Civil neighborhood children and their their friend Dianne Brokas. on members of the department. Kathy Ridaught EPISCOPAL has lost a Black Swan from his I 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 11

Defense Rescue Unit 1, in charge mothers with a cook-out lunch- Saturday evening July ;6. Dianne's 'During the past year.. Millican Weds Charles FosterIn CHtrtCU, MELROSE bird lann. The bird flew the coop I a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas
'" I 14th birthday was the following said, the Keystone fire-fighters and has been unable i tor.
of Ray Chance. Dr. Donald M. eon honoring her grandson Church CeremonyRidaughtFoster Sundays 10 a. m., Church Sunday he
Chnsroffers a member of the I' Chuckie Lambert, a visitor from day. As is rarely the case answered 26 fire calls, six drown- School 11:15 a.m., Morning Prayer -
unit, will explain the operation,,, Atlanta, who was having his seventh situations like this. Diannewas ings, and two lost-child calls. : and Sermon (First Sunday,
and now it might save your life' : birthday. Guests who enjoyed genuinely surprised. There Many of the fires were urush fire ,
On Monday evening, July 11, Holy Communion) 6 p.m. Episcopal -
or the life of a loved one. good food and swimmingwere were and interesting refreshments games, dancing-,, that threatened, lake homes the First Baptist Church of Key- Young Churchmen. Year 'Round Air Conditioning .
Come out and and including a which were unoccupied and un- .
enjoy.an even- Mrs. Robert Hendry _
stone Heights'was the scene of a Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy
Ing of good eating, entertainment t, i I her children, Heidi and Bobby; who birthday helped cake with candlas. Thos protected.. he n_ dwlared.. lovely wedding when Rev. J. R. Communion.The HEATING AND COOLING __ BY- DUO THERM
this happy
> a A "live" orchestra will provide :
Smith performed the doubleringceremc.ny Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, ,
occasion for Dianne were Kenny music at the ball from 9 till 1 : -

McKAY AT KEYSTONE \Terrell, BernIe McGhee. Susan o'clock. Admission is $1 per per- Elaine, Ridaught which with joined Charles Kathy P. Vicar. FOR AS J Aft PER.
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Ray Wingatf!, Herbie ,Nelson -
son. Foster, Jr. in matrimony. cessories for her daughter's wed- LITTLE AS | yy r WEEK
Nancy Sutton,
3 BR Frame, large all purpose. room, bath, centrally Schaeffer David SchaeffEr Mary Ann Attendance at the. ceremony: ding. Her corsage' was of white P ,
Tom ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL carnations.
located in town. $ ,750. $2,000 down. $35 month. Gardner, was limited to the immediate KEYSTONE HTS.
per Hall, Butch and C U KEYSTONE families. Mrs. Foster, mother of the CALL REDFEARN

PARADISE LAKE LOTS Beach terms.. Jimmy Fox Becky Dam, Dwight groom, wore a blue and white 9252 '
-Sandy easy Mitcnell. Margaret Mujr} Larry Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church The church was beautifully decorated sharkskin dress with white acces-
$1,500. and Marlene School. 9:30: ajn.. Morning Prayer with white gladioli against -
Llnsin, ani April sories, and a corsage of pink FOR FURTHER DETAILS -
I Mesko. and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy a background fern and
Building Lot 1 block to school, nice neighborhood. Summer Recreation ProgramThe Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal ivy. end was,,lighted by tapers carnations.
the -
Following ceremony a reception
1000. Terms. Arts and Crafts C'ass will Young Cnurcnmen. only. 'VfThe was held at the Ridaught I.
Holy Days 7:30: a.nt,, Holy bride; v n in marriage
resume its
morning Communion. ... by.,her father, was attired in a home on Peach Street, where C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR
meetings next week on July 26.
'S. E. MCKAY REALTOR friends of the couple wire on .
from 9:30: till 11:30.: The class Third Wednesday Parish white pique suit, with white hat hand to wish them well. Mrs. .
Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: and shoes. Her corsage was of.red
meets at the school
house is
Ridaught and Mrs. J. R. Smith
Keystone Heights, Fla. roses. Real Estate and Appraisal ServiceLawrence
open to all boys. and girls from pjn.The. helped serve refreshments.
PHONE 3071 I Rev. Millard H. Breyfogfo' Her maid of honor was her sister. I
is the second daughter
(Continued on next Page) Vicar. Miss Sandra Ridaught who Kathy : Blvd. Keystone Heights .

......... ._ ,- wore a beige' and white nof of Mr. and Mrs. Harold llidaught "
: Keystone Heights, and her '
with a beige hat, white .
husband is the older son of Mr.
accessories and white
a nand Mrs. Charles P. Foster of '

corsage.-..Mtrhael Poster, brother of 'th g. Lake Geneva.Both are: graduates WANTED : 1"On .

1 Free'rTl ; groom, was the best 'man. of Morose High chooJ,*,, Lakefront Property Improved 'and Unimproved

0,000 Stamps Ralph Organ Copeland music was of Park furnished of the by'., member Mr. Foster of the was U.until S.recently Marine a Residential --- Farm and Business Property.WE .

Palms., Corp, having served six years.: HAVE INQUIRIES,, FOR. ALL TYPES, AND
He is employed 1 in Gainesville.
Mrs. Harold Ridaught motherof INVITE YOUR LISTINGS. '
newlyweds living at : .' .
the bride, chose a brown and I The are I : : :
6 white linen sheath with white ac-: Hutchinson Lake.

MotorsAuthorized .

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this Big Sale, July 21, 22, 23 LWO60 AUTOMATIC WASHER 219.95.

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.&&JAALAALALAAAAAAAALAkI children of Jacksonville are'rheressa. and Mrs. Peggy Gaskins Wvvyv vyvy yvy yvyvy yyyv1V the ,CIerk of the Circuit Court. Ia' known as Farm. Home .hd Auto Nete.f A"pllr.tU> far Tax Deed Charley E. Jols et at, plaintiffs -
and .for Bradford County Florida Supply located in Surkt," Florida. See 1111.'... vs. Lren GreD. et. &1 De-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emery H. I of Hcilbronn. UjWDoreeej$ of;
KEYSTONE Cooper at Lake Geneva. Miss Matchett will become the MEJ. iicawyyyyyyyyyyywyyyyvymV this notice. tb& fictitious naina ,stock-in-trade fixtures per1I0nal Alderman the holder of the following NOTJCE' OF- SUIT
Turnpike. Motel under which wear property (Including "55 certificates has filed said certificates The Stat .10rid", To:
HIGHLIGHTS Miss Terry Maguire who has I bride of Don Pearson of St. engaged In business 3"b miles Dodge panel truck. IdentificationNo. for a tax deed to be issued Hellen S. O t. M met via I.

been visiting for a m)nth with Petersburg in ceremony in the south of Starke on U. S. 201: 82S45S Title No. 4117(22.. thern The certificate numbers Baldwin, Robert M. Smith John
(Continued, fron Page 7) John Koe1ei&sos, &00 Tempi Model C3-B rielF-) trade. u3e guod years of issuance, the description Dixon. C. M. Hopkins. George Dix
'fyyyy yyyyyyyyyyVVVVYYContinued her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. 'chapel of the Baptist Student Ave. Starke Fla, wOk licenses, and emoluments' of the property. and the namesin on Jennie Dixon. Maud Dixon B.

Ed Conneen. has returned to her Union Building near the University and Miss Iva Hillyer 2nd Mrs. Bea Suslow. Box. 1603, Starke., app rtaialng"therto. all IUc "per whlca it was assessed i are asfyllowa E. Jkudndtree. Candacy Itoundtree.
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[ From Page Flai sunal prooerty located, Stak : Dixon Mary Dixon. Ida
home in Towson, Md. after, of Florida in Gainesville on Clyde Simpson and Mrs. Tom. Dated this 14th day of July. 19SO.A Ftofida.. '' Certificate No. 43. Gt. Cox- Luclle Diion.

the 1st grade age through the making scores of friends in' Keystone Sunda, AUgu t. 7, at 3:30.: : p.m.. Simpscn '3rd:. and Miss Sallie D... at SUrk.. Bfa4t r& County, Other. mortgaged property- -located Year issuance.of property: 1S 8.Description. .: E 38 ft Eute,Dixon and dead May unknown Dixon.

4th grade age. Mrs. Chuck Newman I Heights. No local invitations are being Mansfield and Mrs. Mary Cook Florida. 7714. 4L. -41. In Putnam County and Brad- of Lt 3 'of Elk. 11 in I T &CosSD. I hdrs alive de\'Iaes i tb, creditors

is the director. I Mr. and Mrs R E. Lambert sent but'all friends and lelatives 4th. ford CoUnty, Florida and nftf heie- other to tbe hereinafter
I degerlbed. N in
inabove me : Epoch
Baseball scheduled for this, and children have returned to I of the bride are invited to attend. Bridal Shower la..Tar. Clrralt 'C.art.,01 Bradar4 .A1lL5; 4j-r.tha Tyson. which'asessed described lands by.such through
teenSy, FtorUai I fhaaeerr ; under or against each of pereons ?
week is as follows: Friday July I their Atlanta home after a visit i Personals A! miscellaneous bridal showerwas William M. Dougbman. Plaintiff Southeast' Quarter (SE<4> of of I All of of iaid.Bradford property being in the who are deceased: and the'unknown -
the' Quarter (SW4) County State of Flor-
\ i of two weeks with Mrs. Lambert's Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burkhart vs. Alice Madge Doughamn Alias, Sutu'eet heirs, devisees .raateel.
22'Melrose vs. Keystone at Melrose given' for Miss Jjidy Hafpe the. .Quarter (SE14) of ida.. creditors and ot
I of Perrine left Sun- Mrs. J. L. Vogt Defendant. SectionTwo, 'Township Eleven Unless such certificate or c.%tlflcates lenor. e
Children *
; .Monday July 25. Keystonevs. I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Saturday June 16, inc tht, EJIam NOTICE OF SUIT tenart.mor.or' shall be redeemed | and to the hereinafter de
Range avcordingto
Waldo. at Keystone; and Wallenlus. Another daughter, day after two weeks visit here Bap&t: :Chufch. Hostesses ''were In .The.KlmeOf'Madge The State QtFlorida. 1elty.tbree.contailnl li" law tbe proPlrt." described in scribedlands against Paul by,&through, underor .
Wednesday. July 27. Keyrtone vs. Helen Lambert. remained in Keystone with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs: Mrs. Joy Hinhant, 'Mr&; 'parejice man, Aliaa, To; Alice.Mrs. J. L.'Ogt.. IS AO be such sold to the or llrtflate well the and J. S. Dixon deceased; Myrtle

with her grandpaients for Lynn Hall and her brcther-in- Gates Point; N. C. Ojther morteagel property 10- Btonnett Dorsey and L. C. Dorsy.
Starke. at Keystone. Game time Mann and Mrs. Sandra 'Crouch.A Road Cherry cated-In Brad- courthouse door on the fut Monday her husband whose residence is
the summer. law and sister Mr. Sand Mrs. D. You Are Hereby Notified that a ford' Cunty'aDd', hereInabove" In 19n'Ui of August. whichis and all unknown
is.4 p. m. pink and white,"color scheme suit In equity; ia which the- relief -punty FIold the of August. 19(0. unknown; also to

Father Of Local Man PassesA. I Mrs. Jack Haberstroh. who has H. Crawford and family During was nsed."T e centerpiece was nought 'is. divorce has been tiledagain.t described.' Dated this 23 day of June persons claiming any tight title fallowing -
PARCEL 5Faur. 160. I lien or interest in and
j been feeling under the weather, their visit the Burkharts and'Crawfords you by William.M. Dough-, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Bradford
E. Anthony of Vero Beach I ,, made with pink. red.. and. white man, plaintiff- the "bov named shares of' fapla common : Charles A. Darby. Clerk of Circuit property situate in .
is recorted better at this writing. vacationed in the Blue itock"tfj, Jackso County, Florida, to-wit:
passed away on Sunday evening rosebud A wishing well decorated Court and cause and you .are summoned IficrJ a AJartmels', Court of Bradford County

July 17. at 7 p. m. He is survivedby We are also happy to give 'a !Ridge Mountains near Asheville; with blue and white crepie, ordered and, required to .file d>ncedl; by1 .stoc Certificate No.\, } 1or1da. 6-30 41 7-21, Beginning'of Southeast at the Quarter Northeast of Northeast corner --
written to
his wife a daughter in Vero I good report on Herbert Nelson. N. C.. and visited' in Macon and, paper, held. 'the" gif t.."' th your. complaint in-said cause in the. registered '..te name- of Howard- i Quarter t of NKl) of

who is making definite progress Valdosta Ga. on their return to '' office of the undersigned Clerk of C. Edwards; ,.lire Application F.r Tax Deed Section Township Sib;
Beach another daughter in Key o 1.
I of
F"ur 'shaTeZ: capital '
Miss Harpe received many : ; common .. s.
said Court at Starke: Florida. on See. 1 4.1 F. 1 J Pang 2 East, thence run Q
Wes, and a son. A. E. [Budl Anthony at Bradford County Hopltal. He Florida. lovely, gifts. or>''b fore; August, 11,- 19(9 and, to stock; ofw Jackson Hl.L' Apartments. Notice is hereby. given. that T. J. aree8. 11 minutes, iu seconds-

Jr., of Keystone Heights, 1 lis now an ambulatory patient. Dinner guests at the D. H, serve. a, copy thereof on Hollis T lie'a Florida Stock* Certificates corporation Xo., >vi 5. Alderman__' .ltlA the. bolder 1. of., the... ,follow-....._ :1 Ifieates East &along the East line pf
,. ... e.4.b ,. A .n. t. a ..1 -.t l ..l said for distance of
> VMI ft'.IM". ..".' 44 .ft. I' ....".LV. .al<. Seton 1C. a
as, well as several grandchildren: Wa ly Muhlhofer was rushed to, Crawford home on Friday last ?YYvvvvv'v'vyvvv'yvvyvtI3 addreaIs aaIb.t. 'p. O. Box t.w.: %; s'i'k1 regiserso.. toe. name. or titnory'; for a tax deed to issued; l' ffet to the Northerly boundary
E: Bnget
Funeral services were l>eld in Bradford County Hospital Sun- week were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Florida. on 'or, before.said dater as thereon. The certificate numbersand. of the nigh of way of .grad
.You 'and each of you are
1 iT here "years of issuance description ed road. thence run South 18 de
Vero Beach Tuesday morning. day aiorning with a severe asthma Morgan of'Tampa Mr. and Mrs. : Ill Rfa required by the Laws of Florida by .notified that a': suit in equity of the property.th aad the grees. 14 minutes, 40 seconds Wet
; and the "Florida Rules of Civil Procedure -
attack. We hope he will I .has .been brought against you and "names in which it was assessed areas and along such. .boundary
and .
CHURCH NEWS J. S. Williams of Miami. Mr. i ,
1) ii If youfail, to do so a decree all.'agatnst Thomas E. 'Thompson, ,follows:' for a Norlherl feet to the
.St. William's Catholic Church soon be well enough to be backin Mrs. Darrell Burkhart and chil By Mr*. Harvey. McCarthy pro confesso will be entered' and' bis''wife,. Marjorie Thompson; Certificlate Xo. :S. Easterly disanee-boundary:of the right of

Members of St. William' Altar his little shop. dren of Perrine and Mr. and Mrs: '. $. "_% f* .-t. -oi against. you for the 'relief- demanded. Howard C.. Edwards and his wife Tear of Issuance: 1957. -wax-of State ltd 200 (a? said rightof
in the. complaint. Naouil E. Edwards .
... : FarU. Home Description of Property: Cow. at way is now widened) thence rah
met to Mr. and Mrs. John Bird and Hall. On Saturday evening .yyyyy..w..w..w.w. :,' Thia notice sbaU be, published t6Supn yj 'FlorId '
Society Tuesday night Lynn ; f ; -.+\ i -V and.-.A .: a SEu-or of SW4 of NE 14 and run North 1? degrees I minute. 40
proceed with plans for the Annual children have returned Irom a they attended a fish fry on Santa Howdy neighbors and. happy once a week' for four' consecutive' CurporaUon; Baird Hardware Cem- N 480 i for POB. run W 600. ft, seconds East and along said Eat
trip to Ithaca. Mich. where they weeks: in. Bradford County .Tele pany), a Florida Corporation an4 X' S 5 E 300 ft, S 6 to erly boundary of State Road 200
Labor Day weekend dinner. I Fe Lake. where Mr. and Mrs birthday greetings are extendedto graph. commencing with the. Issue. Central -Automotive Inc., a Florida Sec5T7S1t 22 E. ; f POE I. for. a distance of 142 feet, thence

Plan now to attend thb always- visited Mrs. Bird's sister, Mrs. Morgan are vacationing.Mrs. Rev"ForSYth!' whop celebrated of July 1<; 1160. Corporation _ia the Circuit Courtof Name la' which assessed: Nora Jun North 1 degrees.'i minutes
Witness my hand and the. seal of 4he" Eighth Judicial Circuit of
W. F. Crozier, and her brother Sutton.All : I ( a fog
pleasant affair. Valuable prizes Gene Falling of Starke, hiS 81st! bjrthday recently.J- ,. said Court at Starke. Florida this Florida in'.and' forTBradford Coun- ) of said property being the In' sui-h Easterly boundary) for f

will be given away. Mr. Harold McCormick. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson spent ', -Qeorge.'Iew, 'of aekon- 12tl .Jay of Julr,, 1960.. ty-.fJoiifJ and'yoti are each here County of Bradford, StJrte. of Flori ditac. of 10 feet, thence fii'
On Wednesday evening July tChdl'cHS (SliAL) summoned ,Qrder<>d and,required Ida. degrees, 1 minute. 40
Other Churches 13. last weekend in Bradenton witliMr. silwas'pie hfdr } ja|. Charles A. Darby. to .''file JdQ-. tt n 'aDswer' defenses Unless such certificate \>t veil. Viudj'East and along said Easterlybopndsrr le-
We have had no communications Mr. and Mrs. John Bird hada and Mrs. Donald McMahon lcIa d'd litrr n: Clerk. of said Circuit Court ./ amended i complaint Ccate shal be redeemed avcord- for a distance of 557.09feet
from cook-out in their bak yard. -"the 714"| 4t 8/4 chg Jberejnagainst you in the a- the property described to the intersection of said
the spiring
Community Mr. and Mrs. McMahone messages a both ,
and sen. f- boVe' entitled and cause, in said of
Curt in 'such certificate or Easterly boundary of right
Enjoying the occasion their '
Church. the First Baptist or the i were will soon move to Punta Gorda morning and eyenihs services. la Thjt County J..&!', Cemrt, I the office of. -of.the afore' Will be sold to the certldes way with the North Jlne of s&idSE

Episcopal Church. However we children. Tommy and Susan, and where he Is being transferredwith The 'speaker 'for: next Sunday AM .'.r Hnitttrd.C.mmtr. 1.rW., .i iIIaJP.r. sId '.Court ,aU his .office inthe at the courthouse door on,' tile first I ',4 of NE'i, thence run North
another daughter Mrs. Margaret : ,t Coiirt HHS8 Tn 'Starke; Eaclfor Monday in Month of August, 19&9. $9 degrees, S3 minutes. seconds
do know that the Nearly New the Florida Highway Patrol. will be Key. Theo Sapp of Louisiana In RE. Estate of Franklin C, County liori *,: OB' or' which is the 1 day of August WO, East: and along the North line "ofsud
Anderson and her children.' Lance : a't Hollingsworth deceased, Sthday August 1960 and tasirve 'Dated this 28 of I960. "SE'i of for a distance
Shop operated by the ladies of Mrs.. Bejssie Bryant of Ft. My- .living .in Jacksonville the day June. ( XII
'I and Kathy and also Mrs. Charles Not tee Of Filing' Petition, For a -coo such answer or (OFFICIAL of 18$ 'feet to Northeast cir*
St. Anne's Episcopal Church hbs who has been spending the present time. Rev. Sapp was the d Jr.; i
Hinck ers. Final Discharge, Of. Executor-- trBt..pon'Teon\< Charles A. Darby Clerk of Circuit ncr. of SEW of NE : containingL:1
moved from the Stuckey buildingto ,' and children' Danny |last two weeks with her brother evanelist; in Heilbronn Church' To All Whom It May Concern: Court of 'radfurd County, acres more or less, and beg
and Xathy.yyyyyyymyyyyyyvyyyyyy'. Notice' i is hereby given Viat I 'address 1 is'Post'.Office Drawer 791: Florida.: 6130; 7121Xetke all SEVi of NEU of Sedtlon
the McKay building next last revival..Plan now ta .worship'at 'or' before' said 4
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. have filed by Final Returns as'Ex- Starke FlorIda on ; :15. 4 Svutb Range 2i
door Jean's Restaurant So why M. L. Watterson. is' now 'staving the country church that not I ecutor of the Estate. of Franklin. C. <3ai*-aj lred.by.ibe. Laws 'of !| Eat TO".n&hlp of aid State Road
Florida and 1M 19 Florida Rules orApfllratioa.for Tax DrrdSec.
not drop around this weekend with her brother J. W. Beden only wants you but needs you have Hollingsworth filed Petition deceased for; that'Final I of .Civil Pjecedore:If :you' fall to t".11 P. K.. 200 situate and in North Bradford of said County graded" Florida road.

and tee what they have in the baugh in Hampton. I and, your family Remember, Discnarge and my that I will apply. 89 as..a.-.decre pro,confease'will beentered Notice is that T.. J. ;
each of for 4bf Alderman the holder of the following
HAMPTON 'against you You and each of are
way of bargains? It mijht surprise Weekend guests at the home of prayar 'meetings every Wednes- the Honorable'of Theron A. YanCounty' relief demanded- ,the'.complaint. certificates has filed said 'certificates notified that a suit you'in hereb

you. \ her day evening; Judge Bradford County You furttiernotified that the for a tax deed to be Issued been brought by Charley E. Jobkia
Mrs. T. F. Brown were Florida on August !9, I960.-- for aJ
foreVcIoseCcertain"'mortgag thereon. The certificate numbers
PersonalsMr. By Alr n. E. ionAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA nephew Fred Brown, and chil- Work has begun on the new approval of the same and for'Final} nature of' the said sq.UJs.to B. given td 1d rearsof issuance, th* destriu. and tiffs,A.a E. 1Klnney.Jr.each a, of plato( .

and Mrs. A. C. Downing ofSecaucu. dreri of Wadley Ga. hom-i of Mr and Mrs.. Edward, Discharge as Executor of the' Estate th*. plaintiff"and recorded In' the ton of the property and the names and also against Bobby Bonn el t,
*. Heil: of Franklin C. 1io1ling.worthdeceand : of Bradford.Country which i was assessed are a Franklin Bennett, a minor RoaRachel
N. J. are vacationingat Mobiey, located, between publc'rerda'
Clouseind follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Records Book 6., Bonnett a minor. LucffleCaryalln
the White Feather Court. The Bridal Shower Honors children of Bradenton spent last bronn Church and the hcme. 6f Dated 'this 6th day of July 1960, at Pages %Offca 8.88U3; .277-27?? Certificate No. 8. Tear of Issuance .Mitchell, a widow, Lucite

Dowungs are relatives cf Mrs. MM Barbara Matcheti Mr. and; Mrs -Junior. Crawford.We /s| James Executor F. Hollingswortb. and, In. ) 11, atPages 1937. weekend in of of
Hampton with Mr. 31-34; In' the public records Description Property Sly'4 Crews her husband Lorenio
Arthur Ruscher one of the co- Miss Barbara Matchett was and Mrs. D. E. Hill and Shellee welcome the Mobleyj to our 7 |14 -4t-8j4 ol. 'Count. Florida in Lt, 1. Wood lawn Sec. 1 T 5 S I Green and his wife Mae D. Gren,

owners of the court. guest of honor at bridal shower community. Official Records at, Page T. J. Alderman, and Elfin Alder
a Clouse. who had just spent the I. The C umty "..ae', C.,rt Ol, aOt, together with a certain uore Name. in which assescd (alton man. his wife and Bradford Cou"n&
Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Sineath and 1! at Hampton town hall on Thursday previous week here with her cousins Mrs, Maude, Mgtt visited Sun- Bradford Cooatr FlorU corded; pledge: agreement, said O, Williams.All ty a political subdivision of the

i evening July 14. given by day with her mother. Mis. J. M. I. Pre.ate mortiueS ealmberlng'all: of the of said property being In the'; State of Florida a defendants. *ln
returned home with them. l lands and pp's here- County of Bradford State of Flori the of Bradford
he ladies Fralicfc of.. Providence, In lit: Estate. of John, J, Cowart, $ -' '
of the
: Hampton Chris- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McAlhany, ( Deceased. I Inabove'duCrlbed and- for de- da.- Cuuoty.Fiorlda: hi Chancery; tpe
Jan; Church. Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Carter NOTICE TO CREDITORS ii : sl of said 'pro"ert1\\ Upless ,such certificate or nature of said 1 suit is to quiet and
TERMITESKILL I and Mrs. J. H. McAlhany. of the Ireton'. .cates be redeemed, prtf'l the title of said plaintiffs
Jacksonville Tuesday
ila1 coqfrU
visited in Court (
The hall was decorated with J Reevesville, S. C. arrived last : AH persons having claims or de, ; 'It'is. that to law property' described lands &1.
ouQuets of summer flowers on I of last'w et.. niandj against' the estate of John der- andj notice shall he published such certificate or certCct1 Indefeasible fee simple title, and''to
weekend for a visit here with theJ. Thursday 'afternoon guests of 3, Cowart 'deceased are hereby once a" Veelt''" for four "consecutive be sold to the blghet the remove clouds therefrom and to

the gift and refreshment tables 'W. Homes. Sunday afternoon notified and required to file'theicclaim .,1n' Bradford County court house on the first Monday enjoin each and every the defendants .
and a pair of bouquets on the Mrs. Amanda; Crosby, were her ? in the, office ot the,.County wtk Telegrapl:Te ne&paper published in the month of I960, and those claiming
they all drove to Marineland, and sister-in-iaw.. Mrs. Myrtle Billiard Judge'ot Bradford County;Florida County, Florida and which is the I day of Au&ut, them from asserting any un4'
\:piano flanked a bride doll. dressed Mr. aiid Mrs. McAlhany left for ; in the County Court House at B&OI. a circulation In said this 2S day of June:, 16U.Dated tie or'jnterest in or to said lands,;
in a copy of Miss Matchett's and iwo daughters, of V .lrlco. Starke. Florida, within eight calendar County-:: (SEA And you and each of you are hereby -;
South Carolina on Monday, Mrs.: Clifford Johns of Jacksonville month from the date'of the Witness my handas Clerk of the Charles, Darby ..summoned ordered and required
THEM Yourself with ARAB 1 bridal gown. McAlhany, Mrs. Horn 's mother, first publication of this notice, or Circuit-Curt Bradford Cotnty.* Clerk of Circuit \ of Bradford' to file your written answer or defenses
U-DO-R TERMITE CONTROL I The door prize went to Mrs. visit visited. Saturday; with his parent, the same will become void accordIng Florida seal of County Florida. 6,30 7,21la to the complaint in said
aa. WOO et vtar*. Lisp to at*. No Florrle Belle will remain for a few weeks' Mr. 'and .Mrs. E. C. .[Ernie to law. This 6th day.or.' July, at Starke, Bradford County Florida 4 cause in the office of the Clerk of
kum te pUnt ".uiMwIlf Brown and game I960. ." this June 30th. 1960. I Circuit Court In the County
'l ,..n G.t FREE ,..ti at} prizes were won by Mrs. Lucille here.Tom Johns, ,Fim.I Publication JVl ..7th. I960., : .,.. '. Caatr Judge' ..rt I. And sid Cqurt In' Starke on
<;ywr. laaibat Yard laootand BM It Burkfcart. and j Forsyth. W. A.i -Fersyth, Mr\ 'Lois t .bos'. and.her 8iStd*,' *' /. 'Oreno P. CowartAd'minlstratrit fSaCAS A"DARBY, aerk of "I Bradford CvaBlr.. Flertda.In I or before Hpuse July 28, 1960 }orlda o*

Brooklyn a relay team of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Misses( Edith and Miss. Rosa of the Estate' of : -'C arti' Ea ford" Estate of Anna Cmpaueld.,,. before said date to serve 'a f>t
Supply House deceased. cop
Mrs. D. A. John J. Cowart/ deceased. :
Jones. Kathie Jones sOli.attended .p Dty, FlOridBy'.S5farIan' such answer or defenses
Keystone Heights, Fla. Mrs. Carl Clarke. Nell Williams Mrs. Ina Knight and Moore, attended-, birthday 'dinner /. Hollis V. Knight. ] I* Crosby otte Of. Filing Petition For lis V. Knight plalntfC' aUo{H"

a birthday dinner Sunday at Sunday in Bryceville. honoring Starke. Florida Deputy C ferk; I Of AdministratorTo whose address is US!, ,
All Whom
Bren.la Sue It May Concern;
Hinson for
Attorney Administratrix
and Hllda Starke Florida. required 'by tbd
Warren. the Lee Parrish home in Brooker. Mi-?. Kattie.. Rowe on ,her 717 4t-7fl >ejoft, A,. Yiwiv if- I. Noticeis hereby given that I Laws of Florida and the Florida'Rules

Misses Linda and Joyce Simmons 75th 'birthday Post OfficE Drawer 791 have filed my final returns as adIninistrator of Procedure. If ygti
Refreshments of open-face NOTICE OK INTENTION TO Starke, Florida: of the estate of Anna fall to do tlvl decree
CHIROPRACTICSCORES o' Chase CityVa. who have Mrs R.L.. Morgan and daughter I R ISTER Corner Campanella, deceased: that I have 1. pro
sandwiches nuts can : KlCTlTIOtS NAMEiNotiee RRalt.. win be entered ] against you for t erelef.dem
y I been visiting here with their uncle 715 ing 'petition for final discharge '
Is"hereby miUi inj tnfe
Judy visited, ia Jacksonville. given that the deu complaint j
punch that I will dfoly to,tbe. Honor-
were served to more than Miamj:32/ pu.bIisKf
: and shall be
\ and aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Wednesday with her daughter under the provisionsof old'Afifnh' Theron A. Yawn 'ordtr
ANOTHER VICTORY 50 tiff. County a" week for 4 consecutive
guests present for the Chapter 20,953'?'Laws of Florida, once
oc- returned last : > 717! 7i28 Judge of Bradford County, Florida,* '
Simmons, hpm? Miss Joyce Morgan. Acts of 11 U. will.register with; the f 1 i weeks, in 'Bradford County Telegraph '
on'Tuesday at Do0 A.
A recent from. dut-of-town weekend with Mr. Clerk of the.Clrc lit .Court.."Ii and ; M of July a newspaper published In
survey of Workmen's Simmons, and r Sunday, 'supper:guests. of Mrs, 'iiOT1CE'0* IS.TESTIOX TO. 2(, 1960 for approval of the value ,
included for said County and having a general
Mrs. Bradford
Fred Dodd Florida: .
of Key- County, upon
Compensation files reveals 'that Gloria Simmons. Here 'this week Lois Cox were .her son Pearson, receipt of proof of publication, REGISTER ..IVITIO. NAME and for fna discharge as administrator circulation,therein..
stone Heights. Mrs. Lucille Burk- with the Simmons' family the of this notice:; the fictitious namej Notice i II. erely that thendeae te estaje of AnnaCam. -; '
the cost of care in back injury are and Miss Margaret. Kinezle, both the WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
hart of Miami: Mrs! George Charlie Edwards children of Pen- student{ of the' "Univvsity of of Maine. Memory-'Method, En; 3-". Laws 'of provisions Florida,I panela. %dtceas., said Circuit Court of Bradford
cases treated by Starke, Fla. ; apt. 9& "of
Chiropractors > County Florida. .and. the seal
Roberts Mrs. D. A. Jones Mrs. sacola. Acts register with the i sl! M. CampanellaAdministrator
was $204(2( while the cases treated Jessl3 Durban. Kathie Florida in Gainesville. : Ned Wilton Johnson Pox, 1,. Raj-, Clerk. of the' Court in. and of the Estate of An- said Court at Starke. Florida, tWs.
Jones and qharles Manire who has been Glen Johns', son. .of Mr. and ford,, Fla, sole owner. for Bradford" Cici, FIdHda.: upon: na Canvpantlla, deceased. 23rd day of. June, 1960.

by other methods was $34.43 per Mrs. H. C. Wainwright all of stationed In Germany with the Mrs. Morris' JohnS' of Jacksonville Dated this 7th day of July; A. D.. receipt of"proof of publcation of 6/23 4 7/114: (SEAL)
case. This not Lawtey; Miss Connie I960 at Starke, Bradford County this notice the of' Chaples A. Darby.As .
only represented a
Sweeney U. S. Army arrived home last has returned home after? Florida '.. the Snack' Bar. under wjileln I' a 19] I.. Tk Circuit Oart Of Bra.fore Clerk of Circuit Court of. Bradford .

large financial saving to the Insurance Mrs. Thornton Hartley, Mrs. Carl week for a visit with his mother,, spending awhile with his gran&- 7/7 4t 728IB | engaged in business at'341' Tempi Cvaaty- ., Florida la C..cr County, Flora '
Clarke Ave Starke; Florida. J ', Cane >.. 1
Mrs. 6'23
John White Virginia'Womble :!D 4t 7/2?
company, but the em- '' Mrs. Louise Manire.,He win leave parents, Mr. and; Mrs, E. t C, John A.. Ferber. 107 N. E. '7th St.. -

plojee was returned toork with aud Junie Goo by. all Friday for Colorado to attend the Johns; Sonny Henson also of Judicial The Circalt ClrCHln'Of\Cvart Of Tile Florida Eighth I. Gainesville Florida- sole .owner. C S.-..-. '...A.I .". .. ,

3 1/2 the time loss which meant of Gainesville: Mrs. Ruth Johns National Boy Scout Jamboree. Jacksonville;and grandson of theJohns' Amd, V*t. Bradford. Co.,.. isChaseery. .. ..Dated" 'th;. 23h day. of JunD. County.Florida JL, I I. "We; eliminate the middleman's profit"
i of Starke, Mrs. E. S. Sbley of | at U.fk'BrAford .
having not only to the employeebut Also visiting with the Manires on remained to visit longer, Case No. l-878, :

to the employer as well Sunday were friends from New Mi ,
Thomas E. Thompson and his *
When accidents strike you can Unwanted Hair York who had been visiting relatives vile '*as: Sunday guest of it, Marjorie Thompson; Howard'; C wife Edward la The Ciecelt Cant Of B'... t. FREE

'n Gainesville.Mr. and Mrs. R. L. [Bill] Reddish and his wife Naomi E. Ed- County Florida Ia Chancery I or Gallon
save both time and money by contacting wards; Emory ,-'Engel,' a single Case No. 12-891 Ooa you buy.
Removed and Mrs. James and son KeithSunday' Tbom- .
at Home Jr. man; Emory E. Engel, a single Mary, Edi PJtUt\ I' '
your Chiropractor once MEDICALLY tist Association WMU meeting on, dinner. guests, of Mr, man as Trustee for Howard C. Edwards a G. Edison. Defedant.
'NOTICE OF. t Prices Start at$2.qt. $5.98 GaL
Bring your health problems to vaeation trip to visit her familyin and Mrs., Cornelious Moore 'were. United; Ralph E. Kramer The. la The Of tL'State Of -
APPROVEDMETHODS 1 I Stages, of America; Farm llune ,
Douglas. Wyo., and also planto Mrs! Moore's' brother Robert Home and,. Auto Supply Inc., a foida.1 Tomal G. Edison, ,

theDr.. H. G. Bollinger ses Yellowstone Natioi"l Park. Judd and' his son Robert' Earl, Florida In Corporation:," a Florida; Central Corporationand Automotive Apt. Slre. DriVe. iUUegasa.. J Court, I MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

Visitors at the Forsyth arid, of Jacksonville. n*, Baird Hardware Company, Defendants. You' are hereby notified that a

Chiropractic Offices Edmund Knight homes on Friday evening! Mrs: Annie Kelly's house guejt; Order .Of. Publication' -. Aad Notice. suit sought inequity isdivorce, la, 'pendents tUUch.the.' Ills., relief and 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla FR 6-758$,

DWYER.ELECTROLOGIS1'1 were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Powell: Miss Diane Hatch, has returnedto To Defend permanent custody of- ''children -
42$ :
N. St. bat ::
and family of Dundee. Sunday' her home In West Palm Beaciii: In, The Name Of The State Of child support- '1IJuicion jLrLL
WO been against -
Phone 4-2881 Starke Florida: fed ;"ar
afterr.oon visitors of Mrs. Ina We would like to inform oiir TO: Ralph E. Kramer whose ,. plaintf. in the -r

or TeL FR 28039For Knight were Mr. and Mrs. Don readers that Rev. Cutsh&Vs wife resident is 117 Ratlin Road, TairHaven.ew named a cause; 'ind you O B ,
728 E.: Jersejr, and.Eworyf arelu1mod. re a,4re'uec a'l
University an Appointment Is still
ald Green of the sec very ill in Greenville to.'file'Vour'written
Engt, whose residente 1s 15TO' Orchard !
rhone 860 Gainesville 107 W. University Ave. Suit 204 Tenn. although she has jiefn Grove, Lakewood 7. Ohio tenses__u._ ,.t8. _the,.:__-couiplalnti.-' ., _t'._'_"eaW_ (. 49'vgf If IVs._ oL- We Hv&Itj

20 Years Experience GAINESVILLE FLA. tion.Attending the New River Bap- released. from, the .Greenville-I-T- *-I th..lr.iI"kno."B.5Uc'ess-ra. "nranteaere.dhtore. assigns -.call :utuae "said VI'"Court' U.LuC_at Starke uuunaiKtiEvClerlTof Florida S CALL WHITE OT wsrr -

tist Asociation WMU meeting 'on hospital.. Rev. Cutshaw is a former other 'parties or persgns claim*' [ ; .on qr"b thereof Hail !-
tag by. through under or against "ne to'serve a'copy on
Monday last week frum the pastor of Heilbronn Church them respectively- and all personsor l V. Knight plainttfCii attindY; Joe. Peters t Glass
and has asked interest to vhoge. E. O> Eox. U2, $
Hamyton Baptist Church were ; an 'all PArti s' having ot-TtUlming. to inui .

ha/.LPaOFSL/ Mrs. W* P. McElroyJ Miss Brenda our VISIting.prayers In';behalf ,of his wife. and have7 to and,.the'right.following title or interest describes In dl.Starke aa, Flord.required tt'e, Tlorida toy or tlie before.said Rules'Law* of of : W.nj qLASS NBP fac

.... Lott. Mrs. D. E. Hill and daughters with Mr. and ,Mrs. lands and chattels' lying and being Procedure.and fail to' do !e1iglL Mtdlfi Store
Johnny Cowart Jr. in Bradford.Count*. Florida and in Civi I'you .
Shellee Clouse Mis. Ruth Decently wet dacreapro ts > will- be i
Putnam Cftuuty( Florid, -. }, MaU Us A Pajttem
Mrs. .
: Cowar's, Mr. ard entered against you .the rele .
Mills and Mrs. C L- and parents PARCEL 1- .
Copper th CbiUP1&I5L 1 f Tahl! '
demltdd1; : Tops
Mrs. Beard and' sister. !That certain portion. of "The. Hav .
daughters.Miss This notice shaU be "
Joyce Melton daughterof Delories Beard of Fayettf If. en-Bedford being in Lake"the NWX a subdivision of the NEU lying once a week for four conscutiv pubUhef .W4tkI.- .GafuuflIe.FJ&! pho PL Wf5PJ.:
week-* Bradford Cwmty" -elsgraph -
of Section U. Township t South, ---
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton C.Mrs. commencing With, the Usuel : -
Lamar Hang 22 East! in'Eradfon County. : .. H S c, -
has been visiting in Jacksonville Reddish and new Florida according' plat ofsame oJIG.IU0; .

for the last two weeks. born baby girl'. Karen Ann. have filed In Plat BooK, Page 25, Public of WITNESS said Court'at my had Starke and the Florida seal: '
Records" Bradford County, -- 'RIatO
returned from Aiachua ItSMT1tEi'
the .
4 Mr. and Mrs. Spencer May of Gerj- FlorIda. and being bounded on- the this24th, 'day or llneun.; ,
era Hospital in Gainesville. North the. Section -Jine. on the (SAL.
Maryland are the parents of, a by Charles A. Darby, -
daughter Debra Ann. born July Sunday guests of Mr.. and Mrs, Cast East by right-of-way Northerl line'projectioa of Delaney. of I! "s. of said Circuit Court :

13. Grandparents are Ml. and Frank Norman were their son Avenue on the "South by North r/f: t t 7',21f :

I.and aaughter-in-lav, Mr. lineiot Lot i. of Block D firsaid -
__ Mrs. WJlson:Mjt$ of; Oainesvieand ,,'Mrs. Clinton ,arid snbdirUion; and on the Weft b$ "! !. r .T!If.Died
of .
Jack.r the waters ofr Bedford -Lake: To RS. .
if ? Mrs. Minnie Marcionny and]sonville. I gether with the Improvements sttu5 Notice is : Oat T. J.
ate;thereon sad the furniture and Alderman tha, i of ib -
Mrs. H. D Well
May of Hampton are.; guess that'cabou
: all for furnishings co'ntaiaed therein; and ing certif icajea. ha i.IIjd: ,:said.cttt
great-grandmothers. I this time. May. God- bless each Together/with; the riparian rights tificates for a' Vax'deedno be issued

fir : Boss fop. ,of you. .. .bye now. }neftunto" appertaining.-. r thereon The certificate ambers
ALSO yearsaf, iskiunc v the dea
1 :.4 Other morttaged) property loeatfelin lion of. and the
7 r Putnam ,C uatl, mud Br 4fatdCduBty in .W .prepcr". s INcI p
S St. Mark fcpUcopalB Florid and not Ierei-_ foUo'5.I.tt : t4 S r SALES.

.WIlLlAMS.l BajuHotf atov_,'cI.e1 rnlecLr. Certificate,. ? 1C. .
"VSAVINGS : c. M-l". PJiBCELrrf'Ut --' .T e 6 "1V7' .

Sunday 6trvices-r a.nu Ose, (1), Lake" Bedford Description' Property: Bile 4 isTejMlea
Shores according to the Plat thereof. -, AM-e&lMetI. ft otj. SERVICE
J ,t (Y J Church School; 11:& -& Moraj recorded La7 Plat Book 2. at BaP4Weo-iT ::'E:

Systematic sayings will make those dreams j tag Prayer.and Sermon. Page 5S. P.blleecorcls of Brad- Name.1 which -

come true. Next pay day come in and start I Holy Communion-First 8u. tJb c.omTt !! ._, '
Ail of property being in the
your savings ro 'T3I11.t our, friendly bank. WATCHES. D1WNDREPAIR day. 11OQ .m.i Third Sond jr; 'Other mortgaged property lo: County ale. ;8t>u 0& nn 1b : c&ViGroR
':3 -' eatec Putnam County aad 'Brai day J : -
t "Co..tJ'' F1' .\and.sotliere Unless. certificate or, k
Id. 'o.
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Wf'Jdnfsdal-7:00! p.m. C2\off fnatore' >scribe. rMlMved s e sqwI F. 0N4
All Work Guaranteed.' Pr cef :: pan, UUny us* PABCfEI.'*-: sLots .1 .tJ'ropr 'descrtbedV" U t I469QI 4I
C.' Williams .BibU' Study. *' -' aix U). 8evev (), Eighl such e rttfkttewilbe : ME
Member F.D.I.C. A* ( ) 'and,MB* (J). of Bleek Eltvia. wW.toVthe.'iigiesf'&idl/r <4M S -
I1).1.' Lhh 1'J'IIQ coiM honse4< ..o'1', Monday !I
142 W. Call St. t UtI DLI V D fl RADIO
Friendly Bank .in a Friendly Community XOTICB Of "TETIQ..TU mpasys' Addition to the Town IB' Montt. of Uf.
Fla. REGIVTEBA'otlc1 "ritTl1JOU ,114" of, Starke Florida. in Sect.n which id day of 'August. 1LJW
Starke -!*' hereby gW.." that. th. nJ..or. 4'i. & TV
Keystone HeightvFIa. undersigned under, the PfOTiAoasof tfilm .t1 "." ( ties.A.. Drbr,. :rf CJ tifE. CLL& 1TA1t
--- tniapter'-SWSS.-tAWS"; of FlorMa sz-tehtet .l&g Mbt5rta *irif&caahr"'bf -
Acts ot 1941 will, regialer with corpora foieg business "1ov4d.a. r H..4t t-n .

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED The<< deadlinefor. registration isi 11! on Sunday all day. The; ,, "tf2l, Red eem Your Merchants Green Stamps for Free Gifts at { ?
August 1. All_ Christian 'girls, interested -|:]guest speaker for the evening will
tITlZENSOF' BRADFORD, COUNTY 1 in attending this camp,be Mrs.' Ozora Shell. Supervise :Setzer's' Where You Shop At Our 1 New Redemption Desk! :!fl
I shoUd: register with Mr! White I of Bradford''County Negro
By Ozora Shell :on::Florida'! Street, so,that'she can!Schools.: Junior" Church each LADY FAIR
I begin .making' ; plans for y u.-'Monday at 5 p. m- Parents 'areaskei ;
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.4- I Mrs. Pauline Marshall, reporter ta, please send, all childrenso
Summer: Program I,July 30, at 830; p. m. Mr. and 1 I Registration' Books 'Open' 0 that we may take a'very'active
Tiw summer' activity program Mrs. Leroy Long will be host to 1 If you have 'not registered you part :n the, S. S, Cony ntion.E. .- MACAROON
Tijin". begin' tt\p\ seventh week on I I the meeting. President Ethel j i cannot? vote. In November a president J. Givens, reporter. "
Monday. July 25.; Parents are' Young,' is asking all members to I' of the. United 'States must i: New Bethel Baptist Church, +
ujgf4-to-i'" enroll: your,, pupils for please be present and on time.I i(be sel cted.. You have the privl-:|I Rev. A. B. Vensin pastor, will I orA75 ( ., PKG Wlth Y our Purchase
the.Ufijktwo, weeks. of -this pro There is business of vital 1m- I liege to. help, make that decision 4 hold tegular services all day Sunday 6 2'Sc More food Order
gram'EmicnmVnf activities 'A'.U. portance on the agenda.-Mrs. P.!!by vote only. No one 'can represent starting with Sundaj!\ Schoolat I I I .l. .l g c OQ or
i be provided that: will include arts CUmmings reporter. you. Go to the county 9:30: a... m. Supt< Milton.Ene.. .- I T ar1 Name
I and'Crafts, music; movies and social Bradford County house today and give your court-l]son 1n charge. A: report from the -
I P Address
dancin;. Many new ideas forbeaft5.an4recreation Workshop Participants and address. Mrs.' Crosby ]Sunday School Convention will III P I, 24 I960
\ will be pre- During, the summer the follow- you .a, few other very easy questions -j be made by Miss Gwendolyn I ''. : i Expires )July
se V .'t9\the, group by Supervisor ing prrsons have participated in to answer. Be 'a. good 'citi, Marsl'iaiL delegate We are -4" i qooisTCU1NTITY
Slteltwho.is now in attendanceat workshops at Florida A & M zen, register and, vote pleased, to welcome,.home.:Dorothy .
an Elementary School Im- Univf'city: Mrs. A. G. Moffett,j Camp Coacoochee Hankerson.. pianist of the Sunday
pr ement Workshop ,at FloridaA Economics: Joseph D., Greene i Camp will open, on July 18th School, who has spent a' week,in .
& Ms, University *Tallahassee. Economics and Principals and!and will .extend,over a,three week camp for- successful Bible study, .
Principals: C;. C. Anderson and Supervisors: Mrs. E. J. Givens perioJ. Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall Support the. baby of your: choice ",1 .RIGHTS
Eddie Thompkins o are still, working and Supervisor Ozora Shell, Elementary -I will'take the boys of Troop m the contest that is now goingon waVED 1ijJIU=ICIC DELICIOUS
hard with the Swimming pro- School Improvement. 71 during the second week, which in the interest of annual.
gram in alfffo to reduce July 23i d will be the,last day for{will! begin on Sunday; July '24. Men's Day at the church Aug.. 4. ,, ORANGE, 14 .5
drown ing,possibilities in Bradford the last two workshops, mentioned. -!Parents of Scouts are strongly The contest will close on this ,I '
County, The new feature of the Mis. Moffett and Mr. Greene urged'to Jet the boys attend. This I date A: fine program is being f I' D. RINK MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS, ,\
swimming program this year is completed the workshop in economics -I will be the' best and perhaps!prepared; for the, occasion. All J20 S. WALNUT ST. 1 WITH PUHCHAiC Of '-
watey skiing- It appears that two weeks ago. Intense nearest: camp, opportunity for:I members are asked, for 100 per ,
Principal Anderson has masteredthe heat has made the workshop ex- boys in Bradford> County as the'cent fupport. Pauline'Marshall, : 'sr.., ?!<'E.FLA.. 7. QT 99" THIS Boston COUPON Layer EXPIRES Cake
mechanics of this thrilling perierces -ptently hot", but pro- Baptist Missionary Camp will not repor r.. CANS ._ 1,1 JULY 24. 196O
water sport. Orchids to Miss Joan fitable and'' enjoyable to all. include a session for boys this Antioch Baptist Church Rev. F CODE BT _-- _, x ,
Jenkins 'for such a fine job as Missionary Camp year. For further information George W. Lee,' Sr., pastor. According ,' .
staff assistant. She will :be a sop- Carap for girls only will be held':contact Scoutmaster B.: T. Marshall to a report from Mrs I : r Grade "A" Florida
homqre college student next this year at Florida Normal and Sr. or his &assistant Deacon 'Louisa Brown general chairman T r w 1 DRESSED, AND DRAWN ,
year, and received a scholarshipfrom Industrial Memorial College, St. Clarence Williams. ''I'of, the' Women's Day the observance -:
the National' Foundation Augustine. Camp will be conducted Camp Woodrest will be. held on Sunday.
For Infantile Paralysis' to study for five days starting August The Bradford County free July 24, all day.- Mrs. Brown and'
I nursing.. She is the daughter ofRev. 15 en-ling on the 20th. The Wo- I camp winners have returned, Mrs.; Phillips have been selling MERCHANTS CRiEN STAMPS'I

xpd..MrSfcAlphonso.Jenkins.. men's, Missionary Society of the d,j after a fruitful. an4 enjoyable each, Saturday in .the interest of WITH PURCHAK Dr
I, Sr state' sponsor this camp. Total[.'week at this camp sponsored by the'church building fund. Cooperation t MJYal Hair i Spray
/ Fiesta' Social Club camp fee is $7. A reservation fee nthe I Children's Bible Mission. of all members and friends THIS COUPON EXPIRE91 r
The regular meeting of the of $2 should be made to Mrs. M. !Misses; Bell and Thompson county will be greatly appreciated.First '; Y 24; 1960 t"'I y "
I Fiesta Social Club will be held at t, J.. White at once by parents interested ,workrs. I Born Temple, Elder Flax COD[ STF
,Wateroak School' on Saturday,, in sending their' girls.GRtT \CHURCH NEWS 1 I Howard pastor, will hold serviceson o : --Y. : ---'--:-, ,- ..-..

I q .. ,. --. Th3 program of the First, Sunday starting with Sunday. ,'
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I nual Session '0('the 'S School.. All members areaskec; !.to ''' I 'I
An-I -
attend services all day long, and\ -
School and B, T. U. Congress r
DIAY'S bring, your friends that, mar. Jbe
: AREAD I the Mt. Sinai\.Baptist Association visiting you for the summer. Sister
: was held at Morning Star, Baptist Kelly wishes to thank everyone MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS: ;
Church in Rutledge. A large delegation WITH PURCHAIC OT
who made the program presented -
was in attendance. The '' 2 fiWJZ CTN5 BREAKSTONES HEW,
For Beginners i Thru IntermediatesBIBLE following persons were active 'I' by the Soul Revivers ,:asunset ;Cut UP u. 31 Cottage Cheese
{ I participants as officers Rev A. Sis. Wild HENS THISTOUPON EXPIRES
: ; : l Strong reporter. ..... ft JULY 24. 1 96QTKS I'Quaiity
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1 ,Vensin Rev.. E. D. \, "Wok;. 1" t JU. CODE BT
ciraiaf .. : hop
J. P. Franklin; ROinsot'I'I 1. : -r; Controlled FreshGRQUND
A, workshop,for: lunchroom
VACATION. SCHOOJ I John Deacon Diggs A.',O.Sisters Jenkins Bertis Deacon llebinson :-} I workers, ... 'is=, now'\ in, session) a} Lb : .

i Mae Helen Willis Mary A/n- )wlD}rj a}A .J University ,Id p.. res
19; 1et.l.Young worker, uvthtpriutvxvof -
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old. Mae Wanton, : r :
Reather '
Duncan.:, .. +., ,V wU;,,te, in,atte P4i BEEF t

NORW BAPTIST. CHURCH Ebraezer Baptist Church, Rev,, ance? For; seyeralisyearsthiswshop :0fF; '. Ii : [ MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
,has he>n,held at. Be -
V rj E. D. Robinson, will have WITH PURCHASE
Sjunday. _
Qookinan, and Fltoric-a... A M ,,
School at 10 with .
a m. 'Supjt.;
Thjsvyeaj, itX at, AM. C Luncheon Meat
\ only PSC
16.and Henry Bryant in charge. P '-.V'1-----. .
l"tFl'tionof, Highways 225 tpraJ .
service will not be held until\ tite Ml A spa+ Jepkins1. manager"ofcafetprium I 2 LBS 9 7 THIS JULY COUPON 24.1 GORE '
iitJ Jf.!; has 'corqpeje4all ; ,
'first Sunday In August. Please, 'remember ; A* CODE 5T
the. courses', (eyed by the
Enrollment' ,.Saturday, July 23, % &.M. !members.all-our Ranell sick and English shyt,\. re;ln, Stag Department. of; '$;Education\ i'BLUE RIBBON TIP TOP QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN MATURE' BEEFBONELESS 1
for. .
I Choii. Luhchrpom.woikjgrs..

porter.Allen Chapel A.' M./EUCfyirc: .Jp", 'llgr.I :r' C ". ', SIRLOIN, TIP? 1 1
Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor) will Sunday\ Sunday School; lam
.observe Trustee Dayffi.\ a. -, Morning. ncsage'11: : a., w", I C 4
i starting: with Sunday School"at; Trani i : Union\ 7'"p1'rill .enfn..,-.. ROASILb89 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.
10 a. m., Miss Fannie Frazier in niPssa J g!..8, p.Monday \ n WITH PUOK t OTM
DAILY-MON, THRU FRI. -9 A.M.-12. NOON char 3. Morning worship at II a.: = Bible Joy Club 4 QTB MCMILLAN i I

STARTING MONDAY, JULY 25 m., evening worship 6 p. m. All I to: 5 p. m.Wednesday'. THIS Outboard COUPON, Motor EXPIRES Oil
women of Allen Chapel are askedto Prayer Meeting CUBE JULY 24. I960
,EVERYONE, ; INVITED! You Dp -Not Hay.? meet at 5 p. m. Sunday in the" I 7O. m. Choir Practice hI3P;: BONELESS,, TOP ROUND or ; ,. CODE 8T tr> t1I
church auditorium to make plans 1 Pv, m. 'Pastor: Samuel 9. rCuth'bert.
to be a Member of our Church to Attend. for the annual Women's Day observance -' Choir director: Fred Dodd. '

Supt. Irene Thomas is'I BRIGHTEN UP! :I 5TEAK Lb 89t
: LOOK FOR OUR BUS still on the shut-in list. Please
remember all other sick 'membe Painting and Decorating ,Ii a
The*, Sunday,-jSchopl'Convention, At LOWEST;. PRICES+ u' \
U. will l, be, by-from, Morgan Road. to State of the Lake'City District will con- CallDAWKINS. MERCHANTS GREEN.STAMPS

Prison Farm and vene at Allen Chapel A- M. E. The Painter. '< v WITH MJUHACC Or I
Surrounding Areas.
., Church High Springs. July 27- 414 E. South St. f C. Cranberry Sauce i
30. Rev. Shaw is host pastor Wo- t Ii
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MUWl UIUWU&I&V fly of, Lake City, who are spending I the setting for a stork:, shower ,;YYYYYYYYY } 'Y9Y tfttftBVROftR / Bigham.tMr I daughters visited Mr. ana Mrs. J. ed at Tyndall AFB, was home I!List Church are: invited.j .

. their vacation at, their camp.given in honor of Mrs. Lynn ....'i '!* Ernes Edwards and children T. Taylor in Palatka Sunday. with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j Brooker BaptistChureh '
LAWTEY\ on Crystal Lake, attended church Hamilton on Friday evening July : went 'to Miami for thewi3ek'M Brenda remained for a visit. Lee Famish, for the weekend.A I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn1
services Sunday morning and 15. with- Mr. and Mrs.' E.Kleirnan. Janice Green, who had been visit- group of young pecple en- ing Service, tl a. m. Training
By Etna Blancharduiu.u.u..uu.uwa Prayer Meeting Wednesday nightat Th. rooms were prettily deco- By 'Shirley':GretaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA They also visited Mr. ing the Taylors, returned home. joyed a watermelon cutting at Union, t p. m.,Evening: Services
the First Baptist Church. Rev.. rated'with spring flowers. Favors : and Mrs. S. R. Barnette in MiamiSpriMS. I Misses Mary'Jane and Pat.Big- the home of Mr.. and Mrs. A. F. I 8 p. m. ;
Wilkinson is a former pastor of were blue baby shoes with a 4 .. ''ham ire spending the week with McDavid Sunday nigh; after I Junior Choir: Practice, Wednesday -
M-Egt; W, H. Griffis, with his the First Baptist Church and the number on the sole. These were Matilda .Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Tinney 'I'Sgt. and Mrs. Les Hardee; Jr.; in church. I 1:30: p- Wednesday Prayer -
wife and three sons, is spendinghis family was cordially welcomed'by used tor the drawing of the door Mrs. Gatlin of Starte "and tons of Gainesville. Mr. and ParrU Island. S. C. Church Fishing TripA Meeting, 8 p.,m.
leave with his father, W. E. their many friends. prize Mrs.' Bradley Norton held last was visiting week.Mr. Mrs. Doshia' Prescott Mrs.'Earl_ Green and daughters, Mrs. Carl Edwards ana daughters group left the Baptist Church Rev. .James l. Temple, pastor.
Griffis and his sister, Mrs. J. I Allan Hart .and family have the lucky number that won the and Annette. Green enjoyed a of Gainesville are spendingthe early Saturday morning for Cedar .
Bradley and other members of I moved to Hampton. We will miss prize. The Baby Bingo prize winner and Mrs. Roy Green visitedMrs. picnic V at Keystone ,Beach Sunday week with Mr. and Mrs. Evan Keys where they went 'deep-sea S "I '
the family Sgt.: Griffis is sta- them in our community. was Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. Bobby Brannan in the hospital 'afternoon: Hodges while Mr. Edwards la at fishing. They caught a lot of fish OTAVfwmzm
tioned at Fort Orr.. Calif. Mrs. Grady Lanier of Miami Gifts were placed around a stork in Palatka Tuesday: Little, Micha Brannan of Pa- National Guard Camp at Ft. and lad a very enjoyable! time.
Donald Teston ,his finished and Mrs. Beula Revel of Palatka that stood in the center of the daughters Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green ufnd latka' is spending a1' fee weeks Stewart. Ga. Rev. and Mrs. James Temple ( 0015
basic training at 'a Navy base in were luncheon guests, of Mr. and dining 'room table' The honoree his Jacksonville visited with her grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and Truoy Pinholster. and Harmon
San Francisco Calif. He is enjoying Mrs. Kelly and sons Sunday. was seated by the table and as Green parents Mr. and Mrs, Dave Mrs.. Roy Green.. sons of Miami are spending this Morgan.and son of Starke accom- a 1
two days last
a 30 day leave with his Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lastingerand he unwrapped the gifts they Mr. and Mrs. week. ..;J&usja and Janye Green of week with Mr. and Mrs. GA.. panied the group. TAKE rf
parents, Mr and Mrs. Lonnie young son of Daytona Beach were: passed around for the gueststo children Cecil Melvin and Jacksonville are spending the Sunday School Picnic l -
Teston. Also he is visiting other were Monday overnight guests of admire": Later in the eveningthe spent four days last' week with their grandparents, Gay.We. are sorry to report that I There will be a Sunday School
week at Onnond '
relatives and friends. the Darley and Bennet house- ''hostesses Mrs. Hubert Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Beach. f- Mr*,and Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs. Evan Hodges is on the sick family picnic at the City Park I 66 JWi''
Henry Bennett of Jacksonville holds. Mrs. Buster Bennett and Mrs. Morristcn Jar.- \Dewy .Fowler and family and list this week.Vacation !Friday night starting at 7 o'clock.
dan. and, Mrs.
visited his sister. Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. Paul Smith and children Roberts, served delicious frosty children all of Sarah Pin and D 'idJid! Nell Prescott of Starke I Bible School will be All members of the Brooker Bap-j "

Brown and family one day last have returned from a visit with orange angel food cake and Clara Mae Jacksonville.* Mrs, ygre visiting Mrs. Doshia Prescott held at the Brooker Baptist ... .; .
Bishop of .
Mobile: - -
week.. relatives at different points in lemonade. recently* Church August 15. -
Mrs. Ray Rosier is at home Ohio and Pennsylvania. Carolynwas Those enjoying this event with pens Ala. and the day Mrs.at T W., Markey Mr. and Mrs..M. D. Harrell and Mrs. Archie Waters of Worth- AMBULANCE SER V 1S= 1 1PHONE' E
Cypress ,
with her, family ,for a few days with them, but remained fora Mrs. Hamilton were Mrs. H. C. Winter Gardensnear Sharon spent Saturday at Silver ington Springs and Mrs. Norman
after \\vhich she will return to W. longer visit with a cousin. Wainwright, Mrs. Paul Dinkins. day. Haven, last Thurs- Springs. They also spent Saturday Smith of Jacksonville visited WO 4-2600

T. Edwards Hospital at Tallahassee Stork Shower Given Mrs. J. C. Tye.Mrs.: Joyce Futch Loell Douglas and night and Sunday at Salt Mrs. Mamie Hodges Friday after- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
for.continued treatment.Rev. For Mrs. Hamilton Mrs. Fay! Durban Mrs. A O. Jacksanvitle'apent son of Springs. noon.

Edgar Wilkinson and fam Mrs. George Roberts' home was Smith, Mrs. Floyd) Fetch, Mrs. with !leis mother, Mrs.the, Iva weekend D W.., E..Bigham. Jr. is in Mem- Mrs. Clara Robb of Pensacolaand DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Effie Miner, ,Mrs. Milo Smith, glas. on-' daughter, Mrs. Blanche Davenport Starke, Fla. ;
phis, Term this week :attending
__ Mrs.. Daisy Bock Mrs. Carl Grif- Ricde! of Texas, visited Mrs.
---- -J fis, Mrs. O. J, Anders, Mrs. Jack is Whittle of Jacksonville .an' APHF. Convention. Manue Hodges Saturday.A ,1 I Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs,s Cratthes :

AQUA POOLS Estes, Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Mrs. spending this week'with Billy Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green: and 2-c Kenneth Parrish station 1 .r-
Mae Wells, Mrs. V. R. Reddish, ff. : I ,

All New All Shapes] M Mrs. Blain ThompSon, Mrs. Bus- III'" ., -- n AT'I
er'Bennett,-Mrs. Priest, and Mrs1. ,
and Sizes Roberts
Friends of Mrs. Rudolph Rosier
will 'regret.to''know that she is a

patient iIi' Bradford County HospitaL fot Weather Advic: ,

S. H. Thompson's, 84th birthdaywas
pleasantly observed with a

l family and friends dinner at the ,..
home of Mr..and Mrs. Troy Ben-
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AS LOW AS nett. Hostesses were his daugh- ..' .
,ters Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Katie -
$2,000' :Wilkhon Mrs Fanny Starling, a. _
PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size t I Mrs.Harris Alvie, and Pearce sons. Ivy, Mrs., and Marvin.Thelma I I
Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down I Mr.with Thompson'all'of-W! enjoyed' children the, other day *, i

(Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay relatives and friends. There were .; ,
approximately 175 guests to wish :

him happy birthday and many .

TRIEST CONSTRUCTION CO. more. -- ; I ..' '
I Miss Enza Blanchard spent ,
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P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights, Fla. j I Friday to Sunday with her 'sis- frak ',., :
ter ,Miss Arthurine Blanchard, ..'..,', .
and Miss Esther Mason in Jacksonville w a iy'r' d' 1.

.. Qn Saturday they were .-: .
luncncon guests of Mrs. W. H. ,

IS YOUR HOT WATER Edwards. They enjoyed visiting .
with Mrs. 'Edwards and other

guests, Mrs. Rex Mixon and .,
COSTIKG( YOU TOO MUCH? V young son. and Mrs. David Moore.

I[ Mrs. T. S. Gilcrist of Brunswick .
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Ga. and son. T. S. GilcristJr. ; :': _
THEN CHANGE TO SLADE 1' of Daytona-:Beach visited Mrs. ." :; I
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GAS AND SAVE! I Mae Wells and family Sundayand VV _. 7V9 w4I a t 1V

ill went .to Middleburg to see ____. _
Slade! offers you a 30--gallon, 10-year Mrs.'Ruth'arthlow.. V V
13 pW
Mrs. Floyd Martin! ''was Fridayto
Warranty Gas Hot Water Heater for ; Sunday guest of her ,mother; 4i \ 3

Mrs. Hester Hicks. Mr. and Mrs ri' 1 _
only $3,45 month
per James Hogan Mr Bradley and .
Mrs. Jack of Jacksonville ,
.. .. PrT ,
# No Carrying Charge were Sunday: guests of Mrs. Hicks. ; .

,, 45 Mrs. James. Hogan remained fora I
No Labor Charge for visit. :' t",'" I't:'> No. 1 No.2'
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installation Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwright : -
Louie Lee Jr., ,Sherry and : -T:; V Get Yul.Brynner: Haircut Sit In Tub of Cold Water r

*. Pay only for material used Michael were' Saturday over nighvisitors ? ''' .'..

with no further down pay t.J 'Per of 'Mrs. Leona Edwards. .,' .t'... ., .
ment, plus ONLY Mo. The three sons are staying with \ ? I

. WITH PAY .FOR WHAT YOUR YOU GAS WILL HOT SAVE.WATER COME HEATER IN visit.Harold their grandmother Sapp and for son a Jimmieof week's No3-Let; 1 tUs Worry About Your Printing Problems I I

Miami were Sunday visitors of .
Harold's mother Mrs. Arthur :;, ; : ;:' "' '
Pearce and Mr. Pearce. ::. .: : f"J" "
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Next Door to'Winn-Dix'ie I 1.,.',,:- .;.I'f. .-T-- .' ..; '..'
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SLADE S GAS ,Phone WO 4-355.1 y y y .yyy.' ...,- ,. "." .,. 't.,."_ ," _r.'

L We Give Merchants Green .Stamps CLAY HILLBy : : : : : Now that the Telegraph Has Added OFF ": < ;, ,<.,i,. .

DOUBLE If You Cash .
Pay "
Mr. J. L. Strickland '. JfP';..r SET equipment to its printing pant.: '}

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f'I Mr. and.Mrs. Gene Lang...the 'ii- ] /. are in better position than ever before to '' L .

r D. B. Langs, Earl Lang, and _, ; ..r +

W ell..Overi Clarence and Jimmie Lang Lang, ',all who of is Tampa now in, I 3 } supply your needs promptly, effectively, and . 1t;

the Army, were recent weekend
:I S guests of relatives here. Clarence ;? ; .. ; t\ at prices in line with those offered anywhere'E: / _.
remained for a longer visit. : ; .

.1QQ .OctaJ1e > Grace Tampa and Nellie with the Lang boys'returnedto for a '.. .... ... (.. ".;..:......t... for quality, work. tJ I I
... ...."o. .".. f. -t'.I, .
"1 t. Y" ;:", ."! ; ". .. .. ..,....."' .". ,.., I
visit.Mrs. '. .. .".."} ._, "- .*i 'i-r ''f. .' t
Callie DeVilus an i daughter . .". ,., '.. '- ,. / '. 4 AT "' ,
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of and 'r r. .
Starke Robert Haag 4 '* ? : r ,ct. ." > i ,,- ; .
t -- I : and family of Hunter Air Force '. : :t -I ? ,; : '. {< ".ji11., : f I
-r-- Citie&lService) Base Ga. visited'the J. 1* Strick = ; "
: : ; ;:
.f" lands Monday morning, 'and .wall { '-J: ; ;
enjoyed eating watermelon .. r' ; ., Whether: you need a business card or a complicated ruled
1 and taking pictures, :," .... :t..... -#. J.9 ifi'lj k"t' 'J. -: b. ,'
Mrs. Ida Manning will 'enter .,-: : ;,' *r;; t 'V', t form tickets for your club annual outing, or a 'fancy J .. t

the hospital Tuesday lor .surgery; ," *.7', 'I ..t'r; .. ,
Bill Pendams is still in the hospital :' .. ; illustrated folder here '
I :.' \ :were to serve you with thefacilities !
but we are pleased to learn ., ......I!" I'"r..,- f,... "'J i. ..'.. '' .
1 e ume tuwr be tmltaied .. that Mabelle ,Norman {fa back "'-i': ': -e _; ?" ,'.. of Off-Set or Letter-Press Printing. You can .;' t
but the aiudity remains un.j home after her stay.in the hospitaL 4 ,\. I

toretued Not oly!) Joci Citie* t ;rt : : .: depend on us to use the process that works best to your ., ,.' I
Our VV t'i
,daughter, Jo Ann Lang of .
Service 100.PLU
frorido. t"1 -..-..- f .. I
the highest octane in sat ] Tampa. wanted' to spend last .(. r-,'. .' .' : .... ; advantage. ,* ,, *. I!
motive kitt T7-kot in iddiJti weekend pith U9. but Mid she c: r
,it hM worthwhile ... .-"'..:.,.. ,
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every was unable to stay out of the ; .'!' "- '.. I
feature that "
protective earn{ doctor's office long enough to t '-' ,; "."
M built bto an automotive! ..' ,
10.1 Treat veunelf to the vltP get count here.and Seems pressure her has low almost blood '1: .4.;: : ::::; No charge, of course, for fresh ideas and new approaches l' ,, ; ;- !l ;' "

male in luxury performance c put her out of.circulation, so she Ht. .
...to pewer.ftickup couldn't help her mother cele .: I \ :: 'i
end mile per alt' brats l ;): ,, _,
her. birthday Sunday 1.f j
: '
Ion you've ever known.Fill V ., r. :. Via 4-3101 ; s i :a \ : ." r .
and leave the 1. I
We rest to > : <
up Uh Gds Service 100 .filled the4 appointment at t -, .us. ,e,... V.r V. : .
Padgett Church afternoon f ; : 11 : II
PLUSThweV thln el Sunday '
a4 .
} ". t'- s-1 '
-t 1- "
ailkl and had ..
a few more present \ ;J ..
,-". "7 T.. :! _.I1fif; 'J: II
than usual. Also had the -'
ou" ffv with ta bist brv iesh pleasure of having Rev. Harvey : '.-:;cam' '' _h' ,,
Lane with us at this service. He ,: 1 ; .
r.o rir with it conducting a revival at Decoy : '

where he ii pastor. The next Services

at Padgett are scheduled 'The'BradfordC.oUDty.T ;e : ; t I Ir 8
for Sunday. Aug. 21 : elegrap
I SILCOXCITIES I We had 63 present for Sunday :' :I.;

School at Highland last Sunday ...
with the Adult Men leading the .J t .
fa SERVICE class 33"in on Prayer this occasion.Meeting There last Wednesday were- ',. :' Serving Stake and Area Since 1879 : i.

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y.: '
night. Let's try, to have
70S.Temple Ave. Starke;.Fla. more present at ell. ierr' e .,--i._, __ ,
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