Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 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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_; : 1'i.F In a move he terms "less radical f fnazn'
Monday. August 1, will. be> an- '
an': more reasonable" than : : z
r.sal "", In, the courthouse :
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i.F the frequently-discussed "fullvalue" _
hue when-both, the County :
assessments, Tax Assessor :
--cminiasion and the tioUool Uoaid I IS _
: Gene Long suggests increasing -
ClUid public hearings to give the
taxes b of
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t' 1 : f evaluation and only slightly in-
on pipposed e.tpendituies 101

__ __ I *,,oO-oi. both beards have sCheduled creaed Lorg assessments.'also claims that his proposed r5' -' :Y5: ,; ::
their hcaiu.gs 1U iI..iI. f method of assessing prop-
I If the hearings run true to erty will be more equitable than '
I. .01 in, ifcw i. a;.> taxpayers will
S S simply raising assessments an
appear to protest opened expenditure -- '
equal amount for everyone. He %
IL : S by either hoardl"In recent *? states that merely raising assessments *
yea i a, 1 it anyone :appeared at ; ..5i
I would increase the
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4j a budget hearing it \was to ask for ; 2 inequities, rather than decrease f 4'M'r -,
an increase or the inclusion of anew S. : j S '
item rathe1?than to .. __jS1.. .. ... .:., .. ,., them. !
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'It a cut m exp.en'es. The scene to ove Is tjpical of the calm that pervaded the whole of Union County Tuesday night as guess work, as in the past, the
I The School ..
,. I Board's proposed ballots were- tallied In the county's* wet-dry election. new method takes into consider
,('f'. '-'. 1960-61 budget calls for fxpendiI From left to right Mrs. Grace Kelly, Mrs. Ruby Yarborough, Clerk Donald .Alvarez Joseph II. Nor- ation the type of construction of :

\' .;.. >.. i ....."... [I tures of $1,097,710.00. The Commission man and Mrs. Joyce :Norman are shown solemnly' counting votes at the second precinct toting station the 110u.se-brick, concrete blockor 'j'A'wA -' :-
: ; will try to get?by on about i iI frame. The interior will also '

', '.. .:;"" .. '.-. ... --&.., -.. ; .. .. a third of this-:or a total outlay i in the old Raiforcl school house. Tills precinct was a trouble spot in the 1938 election, and the scene be considered, whether the houseis
I of 37708212. bon would undoubtedly have> been much livelier then.
plastered or paneled, how i'
.J. Maurice Edwards of Starke, one of the nation's top greyhound I The School B ard's tlevy for the I 'The wets gained a very calm and st'date1'tory in this precinct Tuesday night, as well as hi the many and what types of baths, :

breeders and racers, is pictured at his Starke kennels leading new year will be 24 mills, sameas I rest of Union Count There were less than a dozen spectators at the old school house waiting to seethe the type of flooring, and the t.h. '.3kt :

mother-dog: Ed' Dealer on the leash, as several others of the fine last; year's, while\ the Commis- outcon of the vote.Union garage or carport will be assessedat )-1--- :
animals 'In thIs litter of eight greet him enthusiastically.' For other s'on's' will .be 17.25. 'likewise- hew- a different rate from the heat- : :. :T' '-

pictures and story.of how Edwards has parlayed a hobby. into a paying ing to last..year's figure. ed part of the building. Assessments ChItty ; J.

Almost thiee-fourths of the would be based on the --, _ _ _
business, turn to page 11.
School Board's ,outlay-$742,478.- Goes Wet Again square footage of the house.
i 100-will go fork instructional sala- The condition of the house will ,

fries paid to teachers under schedules also be taken into consideration,
Large Transaction Boosts County'sJuly [ set up by the minimum foun- whether the home is in good or
But Election
I idation, program. Very 'Dry'A fair shape. A sheet of paper will I
I The Commission's major increase be filed in the assessor's office --

Property Sales To $$352,800 (I came in the always-mount- I for every taxpayer in the county _
I, ing Road and Bridge,:Maintenance dry-throated Union County margin of 138 votes. The county closer, although he thought the I to that inequities can be checked
I "I Fund where proposed expenditures electorate quietly restored the aLso voted, to sell liquor by pack- wets would win. .comparing the sheets of any

Bradford County property Holding Company of Miami. Fla. I totaled $125,107.63, 'as compared sale of liquor to a legal standing age and drink, 504, instead of by Voting ended at 7 p. m. Tuesday : two complainants. Long said. In _

transactions were given a big Prices of transactions are figured ;with $108.400.00: in last .year's Tuesday, July 26, after being package only, 455, a margin of 99 and the ballots were all in :this way, he said homes won't be

'boost this month when a tung from documentary stamps 'budget. Much of this boost is accounted subjected to a six'week dry spell votes.. The Judge stated that 32 and ,counted by 8:30 that night. assessed by sheer haphazard

oil grove near Brooker sold for a ,affixed to deeds filed in the for by 'salar increasesfor for the first time in thirty-three absentee ballots remained to be There was probably no more than cpinion.

quarter million dollars pushing I!county clerk's office. Other sales road maintenance ,crews. years. counted Wednesday, July 27, but 50 spectators standing around the Long said he is slowed down inputting

total sales since July 7 to $352-I lover $1,000 since July 7 were: Commissioners, vowed to hold According to .Union County they ,could not possibly anect the county courthouse in Lake Butler his plan into operation

J. D. Terrell to Brice Banking the lineon; millage::.this year and Judge 3. P. Brooks, 645 people outcome of the election. at any one time. even at the since it requires a thorough inspection
800.The I r
1.567 acre grove was the Co. Vidalia.: Ga., parcel of land, failed to .Jju'dget an- additional voted for the sale of whiskey and : Tw'otu': the county's: five precincts most crcwded moment. : of every piece of property -

property. of American Tung $1,400. $4,000 for an. 'assistant:county 507'against, 'giving the wets"a 'voted dry.. Precinct three From comments heard among in thecounty.- .

Groves, Inc., Albertus Miller Edward Westland and J. V. agent because "they' said it' would Worthington Springs, in the the 'crowd on the courthouse I "My proposed method would

:'president,.and was sold to A. Z. 'Johnson to Jennie P. Kersey .par icquire, a mllia'ge"Increase.Both :; ., southern part of thft county, voted lawn there ,appeared to be a few make homesteaders right on the

I'cel of land,. $4,000.. budgets:ar'a published in July Brings' Rain dry by a lfll-,80, margin,' and extremists 'in both the wet and borderline pay some taxes," Long
Wet WeatherHolds I Omar A. Brayton Jr. to Rich- detail on Page 10 of'thl!, .Issue. Providence fourth precinctin dry factions, such as one man said. It would increase assess-
ard M. Beise., residence in Saratoga -- the' western part of the who commented that he "would ments only by a reasonable a-

MidgetsT Heights, $13,350. And ,More Rain county. went dry by.a 70-34 margIns fight tooth and toenail to get his mount, he'said.- .
E. McKinney Jr. and, E. Yawn. Reducesf whi ..
A. Piecinct number one in l-JIow.y it"@ .., olZ.cIted .an, example. :*
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to.Hugh Pipper ,-'residenc& "" A 0' ._ "- *? w *; *' gIt's > 'C Kl Butler"Voted' crowd"showed all home In the whichis ..
-( Dryden 1( : wet 334-206, no emotion at typical county F''
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$15,000.- ; -! '- *** SehlenceOTTStarke' : been a wet month in Starke, the third precinct in Raiford and merely talked quietly among now assessed 'at 4000.: Under WigginsEverything
W. 'c. Powell ,and E. M. Lewis with a measurable amount of rain voted 'wet 163-114"and fifth precinct themselves' while awaiting the his new method. Long: said the
'two games were'played in to Container Corporation of A-, Negro recorded on all but four'days during in Palestine voted for the election's outcome. house would be assessed at $5.311,

the Jaycee Midget Baseball League merica two parcels of land. l the period July 1-25; but elsewhere legal salt, of liquor by a margin Although the 'election was a with $5,000 homestead exemption. QuietIn .
this week. 5700. of' 34-16. quiet one, the turn out of 1,152 Using the "full value' method,
in the county, its been even .
last Friday July
At hearing
The Community State Bank W., C. Hollingsworth to South & wetter. S .Union, County Sheriff John voters was described as good by Long said, a house now assessedat ApproachingCity
T, A. reduced -
topped the Johns Oil Company 7-2. East Construction Company, par- 22, County Judge .Whitehead and County Judge S. Union County officIals. $4,000, would be assessed at Its
in the, first game on six hits and cel of land, $2,450. the' sentence of'a 19yearold 1 Starke's 7.29 inches recorded P. Brooks both said they thoughtthe State Beverage Department full value of 12,000, and the ElectionWith
SmithJr. Rant station
Eugene at the
Starke Negro Light
the pitching of Dwight Elder. :. John D. Patterson to W, H. .. I City ,wets' margin was sufficientto District Supervisor Ralph Pickles owner would have to pay taxes on
to contributing to the first 25 of July,
Bobby White, Tommy Lyons, Redfearn. home on Crystal Lake. from rape during days prev nt it from being contested. said Tuesday night it would be $7,000 not exempt under the
.the delinquency of a minor. seemed almost arid when compared -
Carlton Tillman Joe Brown, 9600. i They both thought the election two to three weeks before liquor homestead law. the deadline for QUalifying ,
Chuck Schaefer and Larry Williams Lot Ensey to 'F. W. Graudon, Smith had been held without with ,the 15.90 inches was a quiet one and said ales can be resumed. It will take "I believe that everyone should as a candidate for Council ,

tilL safely for 'the Bank. parcel of land 3000. bail on charges 'of raping an 11- measured during the same period :I that most people just wanted to hat iong to process the applications :pay taxes, but according to his in the upcoming city election: ;
the only hit Lot Ensey to W. T. Jackson. 14 year-old Negro girl. The young at Santa Fe Fire Tower, 'south of ability to ," the determined
Emmett Akridge .got settle the question one way or the he said. pay little more than three weeks off
Johns Oil of land. 6000. Negro will be tried next monthin Hampton. said. still is not
tor' acres other. The big question is who will assessor Long it's "all quiet on the Western.
In the second game Florida Jack R. Katterhenry to Ralph county court on the reduced Louis Hill Tower, north of Law- Sheriff Whitehead termed the get the licenses? When the liquor convinced that millage rates will Front" as far as the political
Pest Controland the Community D. Morton home near Silver charge. Meanwhile, the judge tey, was the -pecond wettest spot stay low if the -full value" method cutloo is concerned.The .
wet faction "very lucky" to win stores were closed June 9, there
State Bank fought to a 5-5 tie.I Lake. $4.000.Z. placed Smith under $250 bond in the county, with a total of 12.65 of more equitable valuation Is three incumbents whose,
by 133 votes He said he had expected were five licenses in use. But the
The Pest Control team collectedfive W. Hamilton to W. C. Powell. and released him from' jaiL inches during the first 25 days of the election to be much .960 census showed a decreased adopted."I terms expire In September are

hits to the Bank's three. 1,476 acres of land in Alachua In other county court action. July, and New River Tower're- population in Union and since know some homeowners In expected to seek re-election, but

Greg Reddish with a double and and Bradford counties. $5,000. t I Raymond Leon Miracle 30, and corded 11.04.Satsuma the number of licenses is based on the county who are on a very none has so far qualified, City-

Jimmy Godwin Bryant Erwin, Carl Harton to Hugh Daws.|::Maurice Deese 38, both of Tower, in Clay bounty Four ChargedIn the population only three will strict budget now with every pen- Clerk Merrill Edwards said yes-'

Larry Mercer and Jimmy Moore residence, 4500. j I Starke. were bound over to circuit east of Kingsley Lake, reported be; authorized by the Beverage ny spent almost before their terday. The three are: Randal!

with singles got the Pest Control's :Minnie Granger to Virgil Fipps,]I I court to be tried ,for assault. with 13.80; inches! ,of rain for the period Theft.Case I Department check Is received," Long said, "If Chitty present Council chairman;

safeties. Joe Brown with a home residence, 5800. I I I intenL to murder July 1-25. these homes were taxed at a T. C. Hazen. Jr.. and Orie A.

_run_ and a slnrle_ and Bobby. White John Schommell to Benjamin i I I Tho charges stem from the has racked the Tuesday's election came as a !much higher rate it would be Wiggins. U
July already up intense result of a contested 1958 wet-dry
the hitters for Suslow and John Kopelousos, two 1 1J1rce1& tavernowner After two days of in- almost impossible for these peopleto
with a triple were beating of a Starke title of the wettest month so far election in Union County which Deadline for qualifying U noon
the Bank team. cf land $10,000. I Sistrunk. Both men ,are vestigation the ,Bradford CountySheriff's make payments. _
Cyrus irfl960'with a total of 13.32 inches first showed the wets ahead by Tuesday, Aug. 23-
Starfce Builder's Supply took a Lot Ensey to Murray C. TiU- being held in county-. jaiirunder< (average, recorded at three fire Department charged one vote. A recount was ordered Long does not go along with Time was when Councilmen aS

forfeit from the Johns Oil Company man. parcel of land 1500. \ $5.000 bond .each: towers in the county). Other three Starke men with petty and the drys won by six votes. those who contend that a few jumped in the pool together'withvictory '
in another Andrew J. Johnson to George people In the county are paying
game. monthly averages are: January larceny in the theft of farm imj The result was 'contested and was going to the top three or
A for next week the n. Curlin. two parcels of land, most of the taxes. "Businessmenare
n The schedule ,
Elk's Club Holds 10.35 5.38arch, 7.02 the top two as the case be.
; February ; ; j I plements valued at approximately in litigation until six weeks ago rate may
assessed the same as
last week of play, is: 2500. at
4.12 1.89 June, 8.45. Now however, each Councilman
April. ; May : $750."I. when the Florida Supreme Court "
to Radio Barbecue DanceA said. Also he
Tillman ,
Murray C. else he
29. Starke Build- everyone
July ,
Friday, Total for the first seven runs In a separate "group" and
average the the winner. The
declare4 drys
hard and intense
work -
Realty Company Delaware, a put more said everyone In the county pays a
Johns Oil Co.
er's Supply vs. months 1960 is 50.53 inches almost contestants for the post
of new
held to be
-' barbecue supper ,and dance grilling into this case for sale o liquor was and
business. $10,000. tax household goods per-
August 1, Florida Pest en .
t Control vs. Community State Estate of Nat Williams to Levy for the Elk's Club members and equal to a year's "normal"supply its size than I ever ,have before," legal. however while the electionwas sonal effects If his home Is valuedat qualify cumbent.against. a .particular. in-

I Bank. '. Lennon. lot in Nat Williams Sub- their wives is scheduled d for. this of rain.AllStar. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish being contested. $2,000 or more.

Tuesday, August\ 2, Community.,' division, 3000. Saturday night July 30. Entertainment stated. Petitions for the new election "It seems to me as if the The three"Councfl seats are the

I' State. Bank vs. Starke Builder's Gene Noegel to W. H. Noejel. Committee Chairman Softball The assorted implements were were started even before the court Chamber of Commerce wants only posts to be voted on in the

Supply. residence 6000. i Bob McRae annoUnced.I stolen from the farm of Ed Nor- decisions turned the county dry. taxes on businessmen to stay !Sept. 13 election. .

Wednesday, August 3, Starke Team To Play In man, who lives five miles west constant and the homesteader'staxes It costs a Council candidate $60

Builder's Supply Vs, Florida Pest of Stark on SR 229, on the nightof to go up," the assessor de- [five 'per cent of the $1,200 annual --
Control. Ocala/ TourneyThe July 19. The men'entered Nor- clared. salary, to qualify.

man's bam which' is located a S "A man's home nets him not a

..... good distance from his house, and 24z1 II dime, but a businessman makes Eight Traffic Case
Starke All-Star softball .
hauled the implements in two money on his business that is
LionsBROODS C1un ; '._ team will play in a State Amateur trips. &taxed," Long said. I i Tried In Mayor -

... Softball Association tournamentin Charged with petty larceny Long is scheduled to presenthis Court Monday .
E Ocala: August 3 through 5, Re- were Charles A. Crawford 21, plan to the Chamber directorson r

.i- creation Director Bob Benner an- James Tyler 19, and Carlos Nor- August 8. Mayor Billy Jackson sentenced

THURSDAY I I' nounced. I man, all of Starke. Part of the eight persons for traffic; ..viola

:.. __ The Starke All-Stars drew a ':stolen implements were given to Rec DepartmentTo tions Monday morning: July*25,

AugustIth, : ;r bye in the first round and will Cecil Tyler, 31, of Lawtey He In :Mayor's Court.. :5 \

I, "xFor"EyiiErimina lions play their first game Thursday was charged with the possessionof .SponsorLife James W. Everett. runnlng':-red

t August 4, at 8p.m. against the stolen goods. Saving. ClassA light, forfeited bond ofFrederick flUO*'

i1,' __ winner of the Gamesvflle-Ocala
Reddish :said he cracked the O. Chitty, reckless
1 And Glasses For '- -- game. If the local boys win their case when Crawford confessed Red Cross Life Saving Classwill driving, forfeited bond of' $27.50

I Kirkland; Win Third, Detroit; : TripA play game in Thursday the finals night Friday they night.win while in jaU n'-charges of Speeding r be Department sponsored during by the the Recreation weekof Cecil Albert Addison, reckless

Needy Children August 5, at 8:15.: driving without license amusing ; August 8-12, Director Bob Ben- driving, case postponed until Monday
third of $150 for that. the license of another. Crawford August 1.
Starke boy for the \ ner announced this week.
The winner and in .
: time. has been named among thdnation's As regional winner Kirkland runner-up pleaded guilty to all charges The class will begin Monday, David Samuel Taxdal improper
the Ocala will then in Luck Or SkillJ.
: play .
1 best young model car designers traveled expense-free to Detroit. game against him and was fined a totalof August 8, at 8:30 a.m. at Strickland's passing, forfeited bond of. $27.50.
This Space Contributed the district tournament the next $175: by County Judge T. A.
and builders in the 1960 Craftsman's S '. and Landing. Classes will run Broadus Bunyan Johnston, running -
Michigan for the weekend. August 13 and 14, in Yawn. \\ MeRae bis 10yearold -
Weekly to Publicize Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild Guild convention Monday, July 25 Jacksonville. grandson", Danny hold a.trlnr' from 8:30-U:30: each morning of red light forfeited bond of
Cecil Tyler plead guilty and that week.
Community Events by ,Lonzo Travis Kirkland of 412 throush Friday.. July 29. This is Teams from Lake City and was fined! $50' but is still in the 'of Unspecified! perch caught Anyone who Is 18 years of- age $27.50.

North St. Clair Street was declared Kirkland's third trip to the con- Starke and two each from Gainesville county jail James Tyler entered in an 'hour's'tfanis.: in Sampson or who will be in the eleventh Doyce Albert GrifflI. colored

THE COMMUNITY senior division winner in vention. and Ocala, will enter the a plea of not. guilty and is still Lake last Saturday morning July grade in school la eligible for participation reckless driving, tIned $27.50 orfIvedayj .
the AlabamaFlorida- Mississippi While in Detroit, Kirkland will] Ocala tournament m custody: tinder $500 bond, anda Benner said. At least jaiLTommie

H STATTE: ;'.BANK region of this year's Crafts compete with other regional winners The All-Stars are ,composed of competency examination has MeRae said 'the 15 fish weighed six persons must enroll in orderto DeSue reckless driving,

... ): S man's; Guild competition. To be- for 18 national honors.. the outstanding players on the been ordered on him upon request just about, 23 pounds. Two of have the class. Those interested fined .$27.50 or five days. ,

OF STARKE i. come eligible for the ,regional :These awards consist of university -. various teams ,that played in the by his famflyi; Norman had not them tipped the scales at three should contact the Recreation Department Mack Coleman Jr.. colored;reck

S. .. ,. ,'> .l., !honors, Kirkland also won first scholarships ranging in value, Recreation Department's City. been 4'arrested Tuesday afternoon,1 I pounds each, he said. The specs: or Strickland's Land- less driving fined $77.50 or 15

place in state and received anaSr from $1,000 to 15.000. Softball League. Jury 26. t were caught on live bait. in:. days in jail. :.

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....- : .. .... ... .-- Mrs. Paul Bridges and Mrs. AL -Mrs. Gilbert Brown and .chil .Mr. and Mrs. Howard: Hilberg Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Boyette" Judith and Cheryl McRae. are Sally Lawson Is visiting Mr. r.,
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II' 1 Brown were overnight 'gueits'Wednesdai dferiiiSited'M: !': drMri[ George at13 aver Falls; ,Pa are* visitingMf. and: family are vacationing at !flying to-Hope Valleyr&T.Jon! and' Ms.. David t,
of Mrs.. J.- A. Griffin Huggiid'fanify let Jictewi 9t d. Mrs Fritz Kramer for :ton? Park ;this week. Rev. and i Sunday to't.'f'vish'.:thW' grandparents j filibur'n. d a l lt r"two. tree)r ,-

at Lake Kerr. vine Beach on.Stdidat !&( .*j two weeks' *'* *. I It .Mrs:' Ef':Bussell.Jones aid family ; Mr. and aIL Robert Mrc wf E? tfiddjetSiMjss<<

A. L. Brown is in Miami this :iDr. and MrU fec ld Swing and t Jilrf eked Mrs.. Gene Noegel will 1:6f Mid es1ioi-o, Ky:! are =J aybig llifgO d. for amonth.l''J*- }Ma&ge Mid e n;wSf ifts. g"L. L

week !visiting his four sisters. three dalighters of"Deem. !Ill I leave 1 tarkV-sodn. !tbS>e3dewmNfcwii at the t iethodist parsonage while 2 Mr.>rland' Mrs7 T!*G.. Hixon of Matthew3Hsiea: $!t < jlS Maeones.,.u. fin
h_.v,,:"nWIs: lllitfig.1n'tar. inv.Boyette J 'Jacfebrivilfe1> Monday..
B&wsrif Mf "ttoegel .
Mr, and Mrs. Leland Crews of. have uMifcd She Stes&BJ:; *house Smyrna' ; Y. Cjttttaftptea'Tenn. wefpjs&t ;'
Venus wereWecineSday visitors of at 311 N. Myrtle avenue Dr. has sold his interest in Noegel's during his vacation.Mr tKursda{:"and Pilday lueita >of': DavidKnepper\ uriderwen surserV .

11 Y 1E M V'J Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews. t.winJ is a dental intern at. the 301. Restaurant, and will enter, and Mrs C. R. Jones of !;'W-:' 1d' Mrs:' j7 It:-Hilton j I:: m'cBracttofti. County hospital"' 1 fi.h 8Mrs.
Mrs.. ..-E. Perry of Lake Walesis State' Prison* the restaurant business on U-S1. Scottsboro, Ala. were last Thursday '" "Mrs.'Jolxn driffin "of Ochloch1nee'Ga."wi11 !! "Tuesday: n
I at'New Smyrna. I visitors 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. '; ;'sP ehd .theweeki; M: p. Elder, and children,
'W- ---- visiting her sister, Mrs. E. Frankie Hutto of Jacksonville from nweek's
., mnoase &117modd of Stare Thomas.. Jr. They were accompanied I'F'i- -Ji. ;' ? returned 'Wednesday a
Christmas. Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jack Moench and family for a week. is visiting his cousin. Wayne Kin- end with her parents. Mr. and. tacation in North Carolina, '*
Kay Hart; Kay Sewingr 'Machine at Denmark home by 1011'SJ M. Snod-
visited Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews returned ,, this week; '. i "'
and children ney g
and Carol Ward son r"'tfs. I ts. pyF.: Stump- and TennesSee;
.Dorothy Savage o.* grass who spent ten daya with .. Kentucky .
and familylm last Tuesday from fiveweek lt-Thtare'r r.t f- \j n _. 'IMorning

are attending the majorette campat Mrs. Chester Moody M-Sgt. "ancT'-Mrs. R. W. Reese "* her' daughter.; Mrs. Thomas and : lilill..in in r -m
j this week.. .. Keystone Heights last Satur- ,' visit with friendS'and relatives arid-famn.i''wili i1 eav'e Sttnda"ytoiJ6niisdnilA George Snell and daughspeht1 -
Tallahassee -mid-western' states- tert. sfaikfE slid'i hers moth r, family.
in the ti; dOolds:
Webber R D IfC
Mr. and Mrs. William Cowan I day.Tom Crawford of Gainesville Mr. and'MrsC: L. H.; Putch' 're baro"N. CYafter"si! e&'flIf': Nisi 1''JrCorbett of'?erliaiidina, Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. entered fKSr---m&T"'C U. s
and Mr. and of Mrs.Jacksonville were spent the. weekend with his turned' Monday from two weeks' 1ifuth Wtih W. '> tf1\ifs.\ "Don: last veefcritff Mf.:. and'fcfrs.'I/" Alachua.. General Hospital on ." )
,snd daughter I Mrs. S. R. vacation at Clayton; Ga. P P.'K Price-In: IJecatlir; GaY Wednesday for jsurgery. Worship At 11:00 A.M.tu,1ta.r \
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .. grandparents Mr. and g and motherimips: Aflsuatmd \' ti r. i'... :. r; -. ,
Johns. 'Mrs.. Harold Monk and children ren. 'famJlr., 'MrS. Orea!. Mis&.'Annettt Th6inas."ahd Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas.Jr. ? *r--- 1 '
Alvin Gerte. arid" Itiehni Steel' t 'the past attended the Democratic din- Evening Services At 8:00 P.M.1Snn .
and Mrs. J. W. Mullin of Mrs. Robert Chace of Gainesville Mrs. 'm7t itccbatDsnY"f: ? 191ear to. Flth& Linda Hntchinson spoit .. -
Mr. \ .. tir t.
Columbus Ga. will be guests of I :and Miss: Susan Chace of GalnestIAe'Mrs.: : Tommy Steele."' baSe"foifk&'tndefih'itervistt. IW tettd'at"Daytonaeii 1f. ner '.in Lake City Wednesday
: aunt Mrs.. and 'children: of LaG 'l 1ge, 'KY. I[. I .t '. deorg'I'a'Pierce I evening, .
Mr. and Mrs. W. -F.; Glenn -next Orlando visited their ,. rkHr' L.1; : ill'Wsses! tiffand Mrs. : GuesJ Speaker ;
"week. I'Etta Hoover on Sunday. and. Mrs: Neal aOss and children Rosa acid flip Moore visited I aridr di tgghtet;; Lynn ; 'sp'ent"''la'stitti Bobby Benton' of Moultrie G& 1 '

Jack Miller Patricia Louden,. of Panama City were Wednesday 1st Marvin U 'Ra\.lhi.: Biyittlt'MHnoiid weeks )tier re ti;>Mr; and is visiting Gary Farber and other .-.f+:..

: and Tom Jackson attended the guests of Mrs: W. B: Mundy* at pit'alflast Thiirsd ::]1 Ri5C.Cartwffgtit..in'? Cl Ve- friends' h re' this week. V: t CISLE. : i x' H r ,s
.. her Presbyterian church in St.Augustine Ktagsley Lake. "Mrs. Dari:""Harris : :. 1Jjt : iflii&1 : hdP'Tdnzir- '* *" >"I.f Leatori in.'Ralph and Sandi! In .
.. day:' to Sunday visiting pare I isthe" :MiSS' Ln8 ents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon on Sunday. of Jacksonville guest'of broVher-in-law and "lsiste,. -Mr.': :":The VMox Lambs are spending! Morgan are visiting their grandparents t.. -h* + *r f-rl H* -i1" *

*. Ol.Sinter:I,.. \ Mrs. K. G. Duncan returnedsunday l Mrs. Mundy'several dars. this and!Mrs!! E l.i6tmalr.jimJa; ?l-i; it 'J\ elc'"si..*'vacftt'idft' 'ar 'I 1'a' ,'Mr. and Mrs. M- E. Dean TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

sewtnr Machine Needles from three weeks at week. Hunter underwentnose I sditviM) IasV'a'ee';. .!I 111: tIt ,1rk ; ei'61i .rte.;) ,' 'ht t r.lu.h in Aub rndale./ .. ........ .. GW' ;.... .. ,. -" "" "- .,.. ,..-...
at Denmark Pnniitni Co. tf Sealy SpringS Cottonwood. Ala. 'MiM Sonia .. .wlll.- .- ..n". .. ._.T...,_. \... .-. u.rlJl :
: W. I Andrews surgery in St 'V1Ii ent's l
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Pat Beecher of Jacksonville > IrvL
U spent; the weekend with Mrs. had as Friday afternoon guests Hospital recently. .- ;1
B. Hall of Poncede Mr, andMrs' Eugene Patton ofJacksonville
: Frazier Ehaw and sons, Gene and Mr. and Mrs. N.
Leon. Mr., and Mrs. Andrews : who are staying at
r Lamar. were visiting in Lake Butler Friday foe White'Feather. Court in Keystone
: Susan Fogg is attending Camp c4 ii 1
St John in Switzerland Fla. for morning 'Heights for two weeks, 4w
I CoL and Mrs. T. T. Long returned were visiting Mrs: W: E. Middle-
two weeks. I i
.I Bill and Steven Glenn of Tuesday of last week fromI tOn' and Miss Madge Middleton I

Bradenton will spend the next I a month's visit in Wilmington, ikst Friday. The'Mlddleedns visited .._

:r two weeks with Com. and Mrs. ;;Dela, with Mrs. Long's brother- the Fattens, in Keystone on .- -,. ....... -- 1 Nor,1-- ... ._,pO ..
and Mrs. Tuesday. -
r Fred Glenn at Kingsley Lake. Jin-law and sister Mr. '
.. Tom Long of Port Benning Ga. Lloyd H. Lewis. Mrs. Long was Oren Welch of Dade City was .CINDERELLA PLAIDS GIJRL'S. COMBED COTfON J1QX'. r.rtfl HJo'1Y'J'ER, r'-

r was home for the weekend. I called back to Wilmington on visiting his daughter, Mrs. M. L. '' ''lTHIRL'.' ,, BATISTEHHTIES) '
the death of Mr. Lewis' Lawscn and family over the .
: Richard Long of Clewiston was, Friday by KNIT
Saturday of mother Mrs. L. R. Lewis, whose weekend. '.' 5YL
S the overnight
I held Sunday after- Extra Bobbins save time-Stock : I ,
CoL T. T. Long funeral was ... _. ._ Back-To.-School CONTINENTAL
with sinter Bobbins ( Denmark h
B. :noon in Wilmington.MM. up ; -
Friends of Dr. and Mrs. BY "UOB ROB "GAHAN".y.
Carroll of Jacksonville will S'I J. H. Fields spent several Furniture Co. t( ,3 Plan one, full skirted J( DOUBLE PANEL SEAT Sizes 6 to 18
Robert Attending camp at the Christian '
!ast week with Mrs. .BIASCUTFOR STRENGTHSizes.4
that they days
interested to learn plaids! for your young
a Conference grounds REG1LAR.$1.98 & $2. 8Z.Yr.
turned last week from a month'sr I Tanner in Baldwin.Mr. Church i fashionists. Always to 14:'Regular 79cr
Carroll and Mrs. Herbert Green this week are Wayne Blanken- \ < t t f -u u "'
tour in Europe where Dr. visiting in i hip, Dewayne Jordan, Ronnie fresh, care-free. Easily ''
and children were I .
attended Miss a"Linda dentists Blackburn of I Folkston. Ga. Sunday afternoon. Newman and Emory Prevail.' washed and .needs"' little $.tOO 2for $$3I00

Greenville. N. C. is visiting Miss Mrs. J. P. Corbett of Fort M1'ers Mrs. R. B. Cauffman and children or no.ironing. .

Flora Slade and Miss Anne Mat- is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. and Mrs. Emma Badman, ill i4 r ". .. '.- .. ,. .
weeks. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harlow i Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14
for two
thews at Kingsley Lake. Beach on 't j, ....-
: Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and daugh- Mrs. Opal Tomlinson is a medical Trescott at Daytona t REGULAR $3.98 __: BOY'S' BOY'SSPORT
Hospital. ounday.
Monday patient In Doctor's ,
ter, Evelyn, returned .

:. from ,a Ind.month's with visit Mr. and in Indianapolis Mrs. N.-I i:the Mr.U and S. A.Mrs.F, Ray of Cannon Jacksonville of Mr.children and Mrs.returned Robert Barksdaleand Sunday for $5AD$ Yi. $Q JS SHIRTS

ten days vacation at High- 2 .
from .
K. Hurst, and with relatives in i and Korea were overnight guests e Z. PJaids, pints.stripes and

:. Manchester, Ga. Wednesday: of Mr. and Mrs. lands, N. C. r SIZE 7 TO 10 l/, some knits-Sizes 8 to 14
and Mrs. Hugh Sampsonof .
and Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Jacksonville Mark Herlong were Merrill. arid Edwards.M Mrs. Henry McCord of Seffner were visiting Mr. and :) I REQULAR). '?4.98. -$5.98' OUR" 1i''REGULAR 49CPA1R" Our'Regular $1.79 & $1.98
f f"HER
Bridges last week. .1. .
Tallahassee were weekend guests Mrs. V. O. Y
and Mrs.
weekend guests of Mr.Herlongs also of Mr, and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. W. St for Pro ; \ '
W. P. Herlong. The $.7 9 $
: fl$1400 I
had as Sunday visitors, Mr. and Attending the Baptist G. A,, Kincaid, and Mrs. C. H. Nas- 2R .1 $$1.00 C t
J. A-
of Mrs.
Mrs. Ray Wittman and 'children Camp near Branford this, week: worthy were guests t'

:. .cf Ali on, Ohio, and Mrs. Addie are Gay and Edwards Tiffin,Mabry and ,Pats Bar,, Griffin Lake Kerr at several the Griffin days camp last week.on ., ._,_ ._ n _.to __ __ ..... \ ....... .... .

r Wheeler' of Orlando. bara Sue Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mosley and I NANCY NOBLE '.GIRL'SPANTIES. r 1:!UYS, Boy's."First Quality
McAteer ]3elms.: ; !
and Mrs. Robert MAJESTY" ,
Mr. guests I Carl Cole returned home Sat- (;hildren of Knoxville Term.,. an MORPUL
of Tampa were weeks ,visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. H r-O PANTS
Flynn. Jr. 1 jrday after spending seven !
Mrs. George
of Mr. lYrd!
e: Miss Susan Slade Hospital is confined with"in abroken 1\:in Mrs.Toledo James Ohio Drier with and his family.sister, 4 1 Warns veek. at Kingsley Lake this StlfSn : BOBBY F And Polished r WESTERNJEANS: .

.Bradford County Mrs. Eoline Smith returned Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green enlertained < f ; r PEBLEKN1Ta : Cotton-Sizes 8' to lG I '
right\ arm which' she received \ antpicnic ., SOXACTION Cc1.'TpN.? .
Saturday : at a get-together
Kingsleyt from St. Vincent's Hospital 0 FOR'GIRLS" Sizes' to 14 39c
while skiing on1 -Reg. '
; confined for lunch Sunday at their '

,Lake lust and Sunday.Gray Flynn are at\three weeks where'she'was for observation and home on W. Call street. Attend I with' CUFF $$2: 98- Vulcanized Double Knee

Reggie ing were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wash 'n. .wear, cotton Soft combed cot otl- Pr.BLOUSES 00
: Highlands: N. 'C: this week with I treatment.Mrs. elastic : 3 $$1. r" .
their grandparents Mr and Mrs. G. L. Farber and song Kennedy and son. Sidney:: and tuck n 'grow-wafelrand\ Sizes 8V2- to 100.'Regular4 ,. :W} ( Bar TackZlpper FlySIZES I t tltlserts'
Eric ; -- 1" .. 1
e Gary, and George Herl returnedlast Mrs. K. E. Polling and son. asset\ drniS'. 59c:>; pa'iri2Pr. : '
McAteer of Tampa.T I
H. S. : .
FAMOUS 8 10 12
Friday from two weeks trip of Crystal River, Mrs. W, C. Wil \ -

: H. Slade left Tuesday for, to Poland and Central N. Y'. :Lams of Tallahassee, Mrs. Dan t -..' 1 11:12: 9 'L-AU {i 'J1 ETIER' WRANGLER ,
C.! Regular ;
I ten .days in Junaluska. N visiting friends and relatives.Mrs. Linville and children of Marietta Sizes::; ,0 to)4,, OUR REGULAR ?1.98

where he will attend the Southeastern .- Drew Reddish and children Ga.. Mr.. and Mrs. August Bau .

Jurisdictional Layman's.: and Mrs. Tom Casey visitedDr. ;ner and children of Louisville ,\ Western Jeans

Conference. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins on ..Ks:. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Finch of $$1. O c. .
Mrs. J. M. Vickers and children, 2 Pro
Lake Weir Tuesday.,. St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. R. 98 SLIMS and REGULARS::;
Elder M.
and Jane Adams and Larry Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jack- S. Johns of Lake Butler, and Mi > !I f. FAMOUS::; BRANDS ..

spent Sunday in Brunswick Ga. sonville is spending several days and 'Mrs. N, B. Rosier and Mi Regular $1.98 & $2.98 SIZES $ 98SllperFoijnBra

Dr. and Mrs. M. C. SUth of with her daughter, Mrs. Drew and ''Mrs. Lex Green of Starke.Mr. .._ : ., 7.. __ .... : (' 4 to 12
Falls! Church Va. will arrive and family. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and $:] 00

... Tuesday to spend Mrs. H.a L.month Brownlee.with Reddish Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bowers of son. Micky, and Mrs. Rodney Hal I 2for $$30 13 to $9.19 ,

her nt'itner-. Fort.'Lau erdale are visiting their, and children visited Mr. and Mrs : ..
Mrs. C. L: Harper and son, daughter Mrs. R. G. Paterson' R. J. 'Andrews in Jacksonville on I:a variety of' styles including -. M,

: Lane, of Stone Mountain Ga. aie Sunday. ,
and family this week. floating' action'' and gad-. 1 ,r' .
S ViSitinij her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Yom-SAND-Mi: \ ; \'sUOM'iNENTAL :
Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent the CALL FOR BID) ded. ---' *-* MElr\ 'S HE'rrEROYR'
; v. oBridges.! weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sealed bids will be received by. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Devrick Jacksonville. the Florida State Prison at the oltict Sizes 28 to 44- AA-A-K-C .
Ensor in Procurement Office, ;
/ of the 1
and family of Islamorada in the ; State Prison. Ralfon .. SPORTSHIRTS
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. Mrs.J. I-icrida .Cups '
Keys are renting the Cecil Dou- Florida, up to and not later Ulan PARTS
home Lake Bedford. S. Sapp and Donna Tilley are 10:00 a. m. August 3rd 1960 for REGULAR $1.00 ,
; 'glas on Monday \atlous Items of Sacks Raga &: '
Thursday I
Mrs. Floyd Crosby is confined bpend'ng Clippings. aids will 'be for Sack I
with ''relatives in Glenville and as and where Is. Wash wear cotton -.
in Bradford County Hospital with Hags & Clippings 71 ,, i
Savannah. Ga. and Dillon S. C.. Subject to Inspection' prior to bid ;
T a back sprain which she received dIng. lids must be'01forms'se- 88' .- Baby 'CordTapered Fjne; DualityAVash ,
d Tuesday morning when she fell' Mrs. Randal Chitty and. Mrs. cured from Procurement Of liceFlorida % Legs Wear a
visit- Prison Ralford, Flori .. 'N1 ,
children State .
Drew Reddish and' i ,
.'on the stairs at home. r... 'Sizes 28 to 34 ;,, ,
Dacron ,
Cottons ;
National or-
Replace your old wwtnt ma- ed their husbands at the 7 |21 2t 118 -

chin belt with a new Singer Belt Guard camp 'at Fort Stewart, Ga., I FIRST'' QUALITY RAYON by and Cotton Blend3
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf on Sunday. .. .-_ : ,
"Levy'.Sedgefieid"Sizes.! M L XL .
.: &- -

.' .. p 1 1 E S
', ;, $49&$ REGULAR: for $'OO

i.Q i. f Finest! Run- rbof Knit.Vith. ,, ,,Elastic_ or Banfl .!,eg. $2,98 & ,$3.98

S1ZES.8-9-IP-I.I. ,
I SIZE5'67\ ,
_ drive your Our Regular 49c. Our Regular 69c : "creawis. t- .,*, 44 t '.4 +

How About Your S no : ,' : MENS. .; AND-Bore... : : .IJLEX'S UTICA. BODYGUARD"

t o LOWER way I Plan Retirement abexdnor. rcr ItI?day"yeiu'cad -:. I' 3 P J.:'P t 1" 0. M n 1 n. $$1' .0 0 DrIT- Jx 4 i ARGYLE.. STRETCHOur .

II auto I jury.ttrork w aelshii' t......, JI _a h n rf. r: AND" 'f -... -t". PERSHIRTS

LeI ytIGttire f4tGi I ... .. 0. j +
t-- -- Steerhide
I Grain tI
a" ,Top
insurance I '; S'1S..ic-.t2\o;: ; S D C I J
t, 'bow'oUcaDcrJo1.' 'ciaI> prote ioa"Jeer>la I, BATISTE SLIPS _. ....:.pt -tt is", lJ \4 \j; .
I .
.. rates 'fami11 tarAOif I tl'A1la' :. X f Q Reg. :79c Each "LORD: DAYTON"SHORTS .
< a' :fcDL0Dt'c t Q1l.If' l"t Y '1?;t.Q -, .

(khphoti ., i p ; .

.. /!" l fof'"f., 'cyl>lIsloacs" I .1 t n. ODe .2tor :$1OO ,, > .

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I believe 1 can show you how you.can uv
1 .> 32 -JQ42 _. . .
t your Auto Insurance costs with a wonderful new a. r :_ 1' 'S :: .
I. i I Our Reg, 98c Each -


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A rvr .. ,. Circle Three Mrs. Naftel Feted I Kinney home Saturday. t Sunday night.
t tL L. E. Ratliff is in Alachua Gen- Kenneth Starling: is now employed -

tI I Meets AtAndrews .' At Two Parties |ik. c al "Hospital. at Sunland Training Cener -

tI HomeCircle fat Ih o\n cf Wducmila spent I: in Gainesville.
z M IM .>,. Cecil Naf tel of Brimhrgf t a, wcttl1 Gloria McKinney.
I t Mrs AUeen. Palgelt ot Hague
A :X ol the Ladies counci1l ham, Ala., who has been the gussi I II Ec-r. Etea/ Gas ns of Winter(\ijitei her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
M: and Mrs Gay Sals for sev- ',Garden Baptist Church returned !
t jf the First Christian Church met _I I1II I John Currency last Wednesday.
.. j :cral weeks, has been feted with''I some:,l alter being: guest speaker!1t
at the home-of their j\ n> I Wa tei Ratliff, who is stationed -
I sat a two parties in the past week.f a, tlw Baplist revival There were i/
W. L. Andrews, last Thursdayevening. I
in Guam with the Navy was
had 1 !! Moody I J Mrs. J. A. Griffin entertainedat ix additions to the church, four
'I''I'E joined by his wife and childrenthe
I t a luncheon at the Officers 1 fc;y baptism and two by letter. "
II The devotional was given by latter part of June. Mr. anu
Club Monday for Mrs. Naftel. Mr. and Mis.Earnest:
I Mis. E. Winkler. Those taking I] = I
A. -r Mrs. L. E. Ratliff drove Walter'scar
.. The eight guests were seated a; 0 if Jacksonville visited her !
part on the program were \, z moth'I'I to California in May taking
Irs.1 K a long dining table which waajecentered ( r. Mrs. Kate Starling, j
Andrews and Mrs. Harry | 1 with them Mrs. Walter Ratliff
$ with summer flowers. !
1 4. During the business meeting j l: I Mrs. Horace Cain had: as guests and children who went on to

plans were made for the! business j: {Sunday; her son, Robert and Miss Guam by ship. Mr. and Mrs. L, E.
4 4-r program at the. church on Aug. I j .. On Tuesday, Mrs. Sale, Mrs. ;,Sale White of Gainesville. | Ratliff returned home by bus as
W. S. Mundy and Mrs. Ruby
I 4 with Circle 3 in charge. The Mrs L E. Ratliff visited her the car was also shipped to
I Johns delightful luncheon
j gave a i
next social meeting at the church 'ttf son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and !I I1Irs. Guam. The Walter Ratliff's planto
home ,
for Mrs. at the Sale
will be Aug. 18 with a covered I I CO ?Ratliff, of Gainesville' return to Florida in 1962.
r Kf on Kingsley Lake. j ,
1 dish dinner. -- -r
J"J Summer flowers were used to t
Mrs. Andrews, assisted by Mrs. I
decorate points of interest In the |
Johnnie Cowart, served refreshments FREE SHOW
home for the occasion. The 15 :
if guests who included former
i .'>C. friends of the honoree were: .
Feted I .YYe I Saturday Morning 10:00: A.M.
H,4; Rufus Crosby .. seated at card tables.

1 rf On 72nd Birthday I $ The hostesses; presented Mrs. I
It j Naftel with a personal gift as a : RIM FIREAT
I ,
/ rerembrance of the occasion.
g Rufus Crosby was honored last I
& ;
Sunday with a birthday dinner I THE
given. for him by his children. on ,]I Devrick Youngsters I

} f wk his 72nd anniversary. Scene of Given Bop Parry
the dinner was the Crosby homeon I FLORIDA

Bayless Highway west of I Patty Kay Lyons, Jane Dinkina, I l lend i;j THEATERi

Starke. j f Al Yancey entertained at a'!:'
r ; the occasion with Mr.
Y Enjoying ,
bop party Monday evening at the ;
d l& Crosby were Mr. and Mrs Loran Sponsored by the Following Merchants:
home of the latter for Vickie and j
Conner and children, and Mrs. Larry Devrick.
Dodis Zeigler and daughter of I The 50 teen age guests enjoyed j
Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spencer I ; and' STAlt
dancing in the Florida room ; HOMES SHEPHERD RADIO &
children of Guam Mr, ;
; I Ihours.
I refreshments during the party TV SERVICE
f x and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez, Mrs. ; CRAWFORD BROTHERS
4 Qtja, I Effie Crosby and sons Mr. and Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS

Mrs. Emery Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Faulkner and children. Mr.and i j TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Mrs. W. C. Conner and daughter u' Vows AnnouncedMrs.

r, i i Miss Brayton Becomes Bride Of Mr. Kelhi
;fit Y, 7 Green, Mrs. Mabel Sullivan, Mr. Atha Browning of Lake DRUG STORE SUPPLY

and Mrs. Lawton Conner, Mrs. Saturday In The First Presbyterian Church Butler_un became__, :n_ the---- bride_n__ of-- lack

.i'v Lem Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard '" ... Wynn of Starke on Sunday DENMARK FURNITURE LOCAL FINANCE
[ I Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken Miss Rosemary Jane Brayton,I I The attendants carried bOUquets -\ norning, July 17, at 9 o'clock at I COMPANY COMPANY

j I and children, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar of yellow carnations. 1 .he home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy .

I I Lewis, and Rev. W. E. Hall, all : A. Brayton Sr. of Starke" became The bride, given in marriage by 1 Vynn.
r of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. the bride of William Charles her father, chose for her wedding I The ceremony was performed ""

I Diesne and children, and Mrs. Kelhi, son of Mr. and Mrs. John a white gown made entirely of i ay Rev. S. E. Sparks in the

Gene Hoard and children of Jacksonville Kelhi of Cold Brook N. Y. Sat- pure silk organza, styled with a i: presence of a few relatives.

h 1 Y y, .a *pwr w+.w. 4 ; Mr. and Mrs. Lucian urday morning, July 23, at 10 0-; fitted princess: basque bodice,

Conner and son of the State clock in the First Presbyterian which featured a scallop edged Vladison St. WMU WATCH FOR OUR ANNIVERSARYSALE
..U-- .. Farm; Mrs. C. M., Phillips of !Church, Starke. Rev. Barry Van- bateau neckline appliqued in

Paulk And Vernon Reddish Wed In Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles deventer performed the double Chantilly lace, re-embroidered in The Madison Street Baptist
I .
ring ceremony.Mrs. iridescents. The long tapering AUGUST 1STwiviir'
Odom and children of Live Oak; I hurch WMU will meet ,at the .
Madison Street Church and E. M. Davis organist sleeves were of the silk organza.
Baptist Ceremony Mrs. Alice Crosby of Plant I ingsley Lake home of Mrs. L.
rendered music the
nuptial as Her very bouffant floor-length
City. \. Canova. Tuesday, Aug. 2, at
A beautiful and Impressive tiers of lace which fell in a court guests assembled.The bkirt was gathered from the :o o'clock for its annual gettoether -
wedding ceremony was performed train. Her finger tip veil was of Shellee ,Smith Given altar was lovely with waistline and had a double tier ; covered dish lunch, and CASH
Saturday evening, July 9, in the spun English tulle attached to a pedestal baskets of white gladioli of late applique across the skirt

Madison Street Baptist Church copy of the queen's tiara of sequins -' Birthday PartyMrs I Omar A. Brayton, Jr. of West front, and completely encircledthe wimrning: party.

when Rev. J. II. Mabry united and pearls with a cultured I' Hollywood served as best man hemline, bordering the full'

Miss Sylvia Paulk and Vernon tear drop pearl suspended from W. M. Smith of 317 N. and William Graudon served .as circular chapel train. Her four- Recent Births SuperetteOwned

Reddish in marriage. the center of the tiara. At the I Myrtle avenue gave a weiner usher., tiered veil of sheerest imported'
The bride is the daughter of I close of the wedding this pearl roast and birthday party for her Miss Evelyn R. Brayton of l English illusion was attached to I Bradford County Hospital an-

Mr.' and Mrs. Dave Paulk and the I, on a gold chain was, presented to daughter, Shellee, last Saturday Plattsburgh, N. Y. attended her a scalloped pill box headpiece of I lounces the following births: and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil
the afternoon sister as maid of honor, and Miss Chantilly; lace embroidered! Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. John- -
granddaughter' Mrs. Walter I matron of honor as a me- on her fifth anniver-
Underhill. The groom is the son mento of the wedding. sary. Barbara R. Bassage of Palmyra I pearjs.; A single tear drop pearl ;;cn of Starke, a daughter Mar- Douglas, formerly Manager of Suwannee Store
I The ten N. Y. served as bridesmaid. They fell on the brow. She carried ha Jean, July 22. 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231
of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish, The bride carried a cascade arrangement little guests enjoyed "
all of Starke. of white asters and refreshments and favors of wore identical gowns, one: of buttercup -I I white Bible topped with a aj Mr. and :Mrs. Benjamin James WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS
I yellow, the other in a delicate surrounded white Starling Jr. of Starke, a daugher -
I tube roses centered with a purple, watches and mirror sets. : orchid, by car-
the .
Prior to 8 o'clock nuptial
7 A Week 7 9
Open Days
were 23. to
rites a program bedding music throated orchid against a pro- Mrs. Smith was assisted bY. aqu'a'srlfde/They madeof nations and white satin streamers Sarah Lou July a.m. p.m.

was rendered by the organist, fusion of white satin leaves encrusted Mrs. Emma Badman and Judy nylon sheer organdy over tied with lilies,,of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Griffis of

Mrs.-George Canova and the solo- with pearls and interwoven Cauffman. matching taffeta, and styled with The bride's mother wore_ a light I Starke.; a daughter.Cynthia Dar; WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY

ist Mrs. Wilbur Andrews. Mrs. with tulle. Her only ornament simple sleeveless bodices, and a blue chiffon dress with white accessories ene, July 21. -

Andrews "Wonderful One," was a diamond and pearl Sorority Sets Party shirred fitted cummerbund. ec and a,pink tea rose cor- Mr. ana Mrs. Arlie Mauldin of

"0 Promise sang Me." and "The Wed- necklace, a gift of the groom. For Husbands, DatesThe cented self bow.to The the side yery with bouffant a small ballerina sage.The Stance; a son Joseph Wayne, OLEO PATTIES2''Ib. 5 C

ding Prayer." Mrs. Paulk, mother of the groom's mother was attired iuly 26. '
bride, was gowned in a short original Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill !length skirts were entirely m a blue silk dress with white I''
The chancel of the church was
crystal pleated, and spread in .
of foam chiffonover ? TfTf TTTTTTTtfYTTYTYTYlGRAHAM TABLE
decorated with sunburst arrange sea green have a hamburger supper and I fan like fullness over their accessories and a pink tea rose I
matching taffeta softly swim party Friday evening, July corsage. Sib
ments of white gladioli, giant matching tulle and taffeta petticoats. POTATOES 12I2CFLA.
chrysanthemums, white cushion draped neckline back anal front. 29, for their husbands and dates, They wore fitted crowns Immediately alter the weddinga
Pleats falling from the waist line at the Kingsley Lake home of luncheon held
mums and Pinocchio \ompoms, made of organza bows and leaves reception was at
placed against a background of were caught up in the hem; while Mrs. E. W. Hayes. caught .with pearls finished with the Garden Restaurant, where !Mrs. John McKInney GRADE AROASTING
and Burn- her waistline was accented witha Supper will be served at 6:30: yellow and white gladioli and ,
palms native greenery. floating ,veils in matching colors.Loper .
ing tapers in seven-branched matching satin cummerbund. o'clock with swimming before- yellow chrysanthemums were the ...y..YYT..YyTYY9John ) HENS ">. 25'
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Her matching hat of leaf design -
I was hand. -- -- .
table decorations. Guests
candelabra cast a soft glow over were McKinney went to Tampa
each window of and sprinkled with sequins. present from West Hollywood,
the setting. In Friday and brought Rosellee Men -
a ,
Dyed matching slippers completedher the oase of the candelabra. The rays
the church was placed a candle, I New York State, and Starke. MEATY .
outfit. She wore an orchid table was draped with of
amid an arrangement of fern and swags I The bride is a graduate of Gamesville. ib.
button pompoms. The family corsage. I smilax interspersed with nosegaysof Poland Central School, Poland, N. After J wedding trip through NECK BONES lOc
Mrs. Reddish chose for her pompoms, tulle and seed '
pews were marked with white R Y. Mr. Kelhi is a graduate of the he southern part of the state,
son's wedding a lovely creation of pearls. At either end of the table fya& k"
satin bows holding fern sprays .5 !same school and is 'employed by he couple willreside at Kingsley Above Items With Food Order
Ashes of Roses lace andcrepe were silver;: trays around which
and Pincchio pompoms. I 3r Vauxhah Electrical Contractors Lake.: J
I over matching satin with matching were ruffles of nylon'.net. edged I
9 Mrs. Ervin Andrews of Gainesville MAWELL HOUSECOFFEE
hat and shoes. This was complemented with orchid Pinocchio chrysan-

sister of the bride.- served : by an orchid corsage. themums.The r .- 1 lb. bag ,
matron of honor the 49c.l
s es and
Immediately after the ceremony two punch tables holding
bridesmaids Mrs James MONEYWHEN
were a reception was held in the silver bowls were covered ''with .
Mrs.Randy '
Mrs. Kelly
Rowe Stephen
Starke Woman's Club attractive- i, white organza over lavender,
Johns and Miss Judy ly decorated to represent a garden { Carrying out the theme of thebride's BEACON BLEACH qt 10'
Dankcl. flower girl
Serving as was .
; within a white picket fence.A table.
'little Miss White of Chief-
Betsy profusion of wild ferns, palms, Mrs. W B. Mundy greeted

land. and blooming magnolia trees guests as they arrived at the reception regular .
The honor attendant's dress made a background of greeneryto and presented them to -1- 27cAbove

was fashioned by the bride and accentuate a three-tiered gar- the receiving line which was I YOU ',' -

I. was of white Prestige Schiffle den fountain in which floated composed of Mr. and Mrs. Paulk., i Items With $5.00 Food Order

embroidered eyelet poised over lavender water lillics, while soft Mr. and "Mrs. Reddish, the bride .,{ .

lavender nylon taffeta, featuringa hued lights of pink, green, and!and groom, and members of the <<:, ';. NEED
sweetheart neckline extended .". : BRANDED
blue fell upon the water in the wedding party. Varnes Vows

shoulders, and softly flowing fountain. Native trees with orchids Mrs. T. C. Hazen invited gueststo c
short skirt adorned with a draped climbing over their trunks I the refreshment tables, and Taken In Florahome *-. IT WHITE BACON ,' ib29

bustle of lavender taffeta. Her were interspersed throughout the'floor hostesses were Mrs. Jack

matching picture hat was graced garden to portray the bride's:'Parker, Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. The wedding of Miss Dorothy

with a band of lavender taffeta favorite flower and color. i J. T. Lawson Mrs. R. O. Dansby, Ellen Loper and James LeRoy ? SELECT

.ribbon. With this she wore short White wrought iron furniture'was Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs. R. R. Varnes was solemnized July 16 at i STEER LIVER -lb. 39c

'white gloves and lavender bro- placed at points throughout: Andrews Mrs. N. S- Dankel, Mrs. 6 'o'clock in the First Church of LOANS TO $600For t

caded slippers. Her Jewelry was a the garden and an orchid bird Charles Darby, Mrs. Ewell Lawson God at Florahome. Rev. L. S..

sterling silver bracelet, a gift of house with two lavender love Mrs. George Canova Mrs. Mowery performed the double TENDER

the bride. She carried a cascade birds perched on its roof, stood M. L. Lawson, Mrs. Ben Moxley, ring ceremony. Any Worthwhile Purpose
cf orchid asters against a pro- underneath a drooping magnolia'tree. I' and Mrs. Charley Johns. Passing Mrs. James Moody, soloist, ROUND STEAK lb. 691

fusion of orchid satin leaves and To further enhance the i trays were Misses' Vivian Garcia, s ang "I Love You 'Truly with

tulle. The gowns of the brides- beauty of the garden, large :, Gall Andrews, Pam Parker and Mrs. Ruby Osteen as pianist. TAXES -

maids were identical to that of baskets of ,white gladioli chrysanthemums -; Cheryl Parker. The bride is the daughter of UNPAID BILLS RIB ANDBRISKET '

the matron of honor while the and pompoms were,( Presiding at the punch tables Mr. and Mrs.. D. P. Loper of MEDICAL EXPENSES I c

flower girl wore a miniature gown placed at points of interest. The: were Mrs Kenneth Grider and Starke. The bridegroom is the son REDUCE CAR STEW : ., Ib23

of the same pattern. '* mantel in the lounge, which i j Mrs. Drew Reddish assisted by of[ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Varnes of PAYMENTS t
Dolph Reddish, brother of the formed a background for the receiving -;, Miss Shi Ann Smith and Miss Florahome.The NORTHERN
groom, attended as best man. line, held a large fan-I i Elissa Stefanelli. Cutting the cake bride chose for her wed- ETC, '

Ushers were Drew. Jimmie. Glen ihapca arrangement of white!] was Mrs. Foster Shi Smith assisted ding a white eyelet dress with a '-: .?ti... TISSUE 3 rolls 23

and John Arthur Reddish, brothers bridal flowers flanked by seven! by the bride's aunt, Mrs. scoop neckline and ballerina

of the groom, and Ervin An- burning tapers. Jack Edwards. length skirt with white acces jTN "
drews, brother-in-law of the The bride's table, overlaid witha The bride's book table was sories. She carried: a white Bible Service With ROYAL

bride. white organza cloth over lavender overlaid with an imported outwork topped with white carnations and 46

The! bride, who entered the was centered by a four-tiered cloth and held a candelabra_ streamers of ribbon and fern. PINEAPPLE JUICE oz. 25.
church on the -arm of her father, wedding cake topped with a !| showered with smilax and nose-I Following the wedding a reception Money Problems ... -

was lovely in an original modelof bridal bouquet of wedding bells,;1! gays. Near the bride's book stood was held in the Church .

French imported Chantilly lace love birds, and satin ribbon with' a miniature bride and groom. The I Annex. After spending some ,time KITCHEN CHOICE .

,in rose medallion design poised showers of forget-me-nots and l!. guest book was kept by Mrs. with. their guests the couple left GRAPE JELLY 24 oz. 25'
over bridal taffeta. The bodice lilies of the valley. A tulle ruffle i I Dolph Reddish. for a short wedding- trip to Day- STOP IN OR CALL "

was re-embroidered and dusted was used at the base of the cake,j;, Aftu spending some time with tona Beach.

with tiny beading, flanked with interspersed with miniature nose- i 1 I their guests the young couple left The bride is a .graduate of w JIM DANDY

sequins. The scallops of her gays of Pinocchio pompoms! or-i:. for a short trip to Cedar Key, Bradford High School and also I '

square; neckline were encrusted ,chid tulle, and seed pearls. The' ,where they spent several days at attended St. Johns River ,College. on GRITS 5 lb. bag 29 ci

with iridescent paillettes and,seed :cake was flanked on either side,..the Reddish cottage and cruising She is now employed riih the TOWN FINANCE -

pearls. Elbow length sleeves were I with antique silver candelabra. aboard the yacht "Nancy Ann. Florida Times Union in Gaines .
etched in pearls. Her voluminous .holding white burning tapers'I j I The Voung couple will reside at ville. The bridegroom attended .. QUAKER S. R.

skirt of scalloped lace, inspiredby I with garlands of forgetmenotsand ': 615 Francis street after August 1. Melrose High School and is now 144 W. CALL ST.'Ph 10 Ibs.

the Cuban Rumba fell over I lilies of the valley entwined Mr. Reddish is at present con- stationed at Fort Hood, Texas I FLOUR : :. 89c

layers ol illusion and taffeta. The J around the candles. Bows of .I necteJ v.iththe- bride's father in with the United States Army WO'4-9091 Starke, Fla.}

back 'formed a cascade frame of j i I tulle and satin ribbon showered the road construction business. L

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FOUR: -_..._ .._, ._-.....,-_. _.- _----,- .. -y ... ,--.._-BILOPORO"COUNTT;TELWJRATIT: ST.UIKE, FLORIDA ... THURSDAY Jl'LY 28, I960

editorial 'H Hog Cholera Family Night* ; -f' BOATDRAIN Sunday School BAPTIST 10 a. m.CHURCH Morning ton Cash rags paid No for Khaki good, clean or ,wool cot- n,-At V Am' T RE Men's Clothing n I

: ; To Feature Worship 11 a. m. Training Briiiff to Bradford County ITeleRrapn. Established 1894 ,
.' ". ,-. : : On IncreaseIn Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- .
.:." ." ..f. ;' ; 'Kook Out'* snip, 7:30 p. m. --T .

Who Is < FloridaA A "Rook-Out" will be the special Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, '
Right -- 7.30 p. m.Pastor i
veterinarian with the Agricultural event this Friday, July 29, at Rev. Barney Sweat. j Barksdale'?

Ike Or Rocky? '.' Extension Service. Dr. Family Night at the Pratt Street Everyone Welcome. j II jFAllll f
that hog Playground, Recreation Director I
C. B. Plummer says I ILavvtey '
The Democratic platform, objectionable as it is in some l cholera outbreaks are on the increase i I Bob Benner said. II BAWIST CHUKt'If

respects to many in the party, still does not present to the I in Florida and over the 1 All children are to bring their A. F. Maasey. Pastor

American people the fantastic spectacle of an attempt to !entire Bradford United County'States.Agent George I' own food to cook in aluminumfoil I Bible schoot, 1U ". iu. j \

reconcile two such divergent philosophies as those of Presi- I Huggins stated that in May hog over hot coals, Benner said. I Ii f t'reachmg, 11 a. m. t

dent Eisenhower and Governor Nelson Rockefeller. 1 cholera outbreaks were reportedin i Cokes are being donated by the Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. I ........
How can delegates to the Republican convention endorse I Madison and Holmes counties I Coca Cola Company and ice cream table: atuay and i'myer Meet- '

the Rockefeller thesis that the American defense effort I:!in Florida. In June outbreakswere by Mitchell's Drug Store. dig, 7:30: p m., Wednesday | CUT
needs strengthening and more money should be spent for ,' reported in five Florida I Selected as Miss Playground thisI !I I I. \ PRICES TBU3S!
|counties Columbia, Lafayette, I week was Harriett Bennett, nine-I St. Edward's Catholic Church j
time Eisenhower's con-
and at the same support I I
Defense Madison and year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Florida 1
in his address Tuesday night, that everythingis (Levy. 1 TOO LOW
tention made
I Louis Bennett of 619 Adkins I
i I Plummer stated that the main Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. P/i
well in hand, and critics of the defense effort just don'tKnow Street, Mr. & I h\
(!reason for outbreaks is lack of Starke. Playground I Holyday Masses u 8:30 a. m.
what they're talking about? I i\accination against the disease. I was Brady Manning. 12-year-old 5:30 p. m.Weekday. I TO PRINT (
Governor Rockefeller, who is obviously the power behind I Nation wide, only about 36- percent son of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Manning i Mass at 8:00: a. m. 1
the throne X n. which Richard Nixon hopes to be seated ( of the hogs are being vaccinated of 843 McMahon Street. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8

next January., has declared that the United States has "no I the veterinarian said\ Featured this week was rope P. m.
and Florida's average is about jumping contest, a basketball foul Baptisms marriages and instructions
defense against missiles; no way to pick them up, and no
the same. He said that many of shooting contest and a ring toss by appointment
of defenses. Summer Merchandise Reduced
our the outbreaks in Florida are in i tourney. Featured next week in
President Eisenhower. says, in effect, that everything'sall unvaccinated herds. | the week of the playground program I CHURCH OK GOD

right, the U. S. is the strongest power on earth, and any-: One veterinarian located in j will be a domino contest I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning .

one who criticizes the. defense program just doesn't- know cne of the counties where a large! 1 and a jackstone tournament. WorskiD. 11 a.. m. Sundax -

what he's talking about. 'number of herds are infected I I'I' I Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE j -

But Rockefeller declares: "We find ourselves in a '''I'with cholera, reported that 96 j Local Boys Place I Service Wednesday, 7:45p.. mi I IPl'6yer

position where a country only 90 miles away (Cuba) could .per cent of the herds infected ; Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. Tn !
become missile launching base for the Soviet Union or "I were not vaccinated. But, Plum- j i I
a In State Olympics
mer points out, hog cholera vac- i
a submarine base," and his position has been accepted by'' cination is not a guarantee against ; BAPTIST NEW!: RIVER CHUlfCH TO MDN

Vice President Nixon, apparently abandoning the Eisen- b ection. There are many Two local high school boys .
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor- ,
hower ship. reasons why a vaccine might notimmunize established quite a record for /
The now famous Nixon-Rockefeller 14-point agreement' a hog, Plummer says.A II themselves in the intermediate division eilp: Hour 11 a. m. Evening servo

of last Friday flatly rejects the Eisenhower approach of the vaccine is' considered! good if it I 14 and 15 year olds in the -*:. 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa I ..

last seven years, which subordinated all other problems, including will produce immunity in 65 to 85'i; State Junior Olympics in St. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. (
per cent of the subjects- I Petersburg: last Saturday July 23,
the national to the problem of "balancingthe
; But' Plummer states, authorities ;: Coach Jim Hurst reported. MADISON STREET BAPTIST
bud et." The acknowledges the justice of MORE
on immunology contend that Harold Seymour won first placein 900 Block W. Madison St. \
Rockefeller's criticisms which have so angered President 165 per cent immunisation is suf- I I the high jump with a leap of Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, .
Eisenhower who said Tuesday night that such talk{ : madeit !:icient to make anepidemic very :5'9%-. This was far below, Sey- :Superintendent. : _
difficult for him to restrain his anger in discussing the {unlikely, although it will not j ir.our's: usual form, however. He Morning Worship. 11:00. I I

issue. completely eradicate the disease. j jumped 6'2" winning second Training Union 6:15: Jim Har- I

It will be interesting to see what kind of double talk Swine producers and veterinar- |! place in the state in high school icon, Director. I! r7 This is Our GREATEST SAVINGS of
ians :should share equal"responsi 1
the Republican platform-makers use to reconcile these ap- competition. Evening Worship 7:30.: II
bility in securing 'proper vacciI I Walters in two
Lynwood placed Wednesday, Prayer Meeting. '

The parently use of irreconcilable language in viewpoints platform among writing the is an party art,leaders.and"it I 1 nation.Plummer They says which should of the know several -, events with a leap winning of 12'2"the and pole taking vault 7:30.: j AJp the. year in clothing and shoes for all

Jr., Pastor.
J. H. Mabry
will take artful indeed
some wording to save the face 6f available vaccines to use at third place in the broad jump by
Mr. Eisenhower without damaging the new look of Mr. I the particular tame they want to sailing 18' 11"
Nixon's features. vaccinate. Walters "vault'% last Saturdaywas I Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning I a the family. Buy now for Back to
, within an inch of his .best
Worship 11 a. m. Training I
this Phone Number ,. Tobacco Market Jump, Hurst said. The coachsaidthe Union 6:45: p. In. Evening Worship list
two boys had not practicedvery I f School. Savings too numerous to
Midweek Prayer
.f' 8:00 p. m. )
since j jI
much this summer -
Op Thursday Service 7:30 m. :
Wednesday p.
May Save A LifeThe Hack season and so did .very well I : welcome. ,
f Everyone I
Come See Come Save
especially considering they were I separately. -
Tobacco markets opened Thursday -
spectator cannot help being impressed by the dedicated Agent
July 28. County .
sincerity with which of volunteers at Seymour will be in the eleventh Cor. Call & Christian Streets I :
a group Key George Huggins sai&Huggms -
and Walters the -
grade next year Minister Great Sale!
Bob L. Badeett this
stone Heights go about their program of promoting safety said Bradford County tenth. i at-

in the ,area. Already, these men have the satisfaction of had 109! growers and 256 acres Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Worship j

knowing they have been instrumental in helping to save of tobacco this year. A good T and Communion. 10:45 a* m. zr
several lives. number of the growers, he said, Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice,
I sre trying to meet the first sale. Convicts Sentenced i 6 p .m. CYF, 7 p. m.
There is much the public can do however to increasethe
To ,;do this. Huggins said, the I Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. New
In Circuit Court
effectiveness' of their program, and some of these suggestions growers had to have their tobaccoon ,Training for P rvice.r BARKSDALE'S
were brought out during,a< Ufesaving.,demonstration the floor by Monday July 25- For Escape AssaultI 1 v.
presented last Friday night. r "Overall quality of tobacco in ,

First and foremost was the suggestion that when anaccident ; the county is good and all indications I Judge John A. H. Murphree''

occurs particularly a drowning precious time : : are that prices will be passed sentence on nine convicts Ii i ij 111 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

be, not lost by sending someone all the way to Keystone I good also. the county agent said. j for escape from a work gang and ; .
I "Prices are supposed to be good ..
I one other for aggravated assault, --- ,
for aid. -
The nearest telephone should be used call c
to 4312
because of an increased foreign Monday, July, 25, in Circuit Court,]f I
Keystone Heights which is an number with "
emergency I sale. Huggins stated. He declared j The nine prisoners escaped ,fI
someone on duty 24 hours a day to relay the message to the : that tobacco concerns like to I I from a gang at work constructing ,I i i"No iJ

proper officials I have around two and ,one half to I the maximum security building j iI

It is also extremely important that explicit directions i three million pounds of tobaccoon I that figures so prominently in I

be given so there will be no delay in getting the rescue hand. Their holdover supply. the Jacksonville trial of 14 former j
workers and their equipment to the scene. If the accident Huggins said, is down to approximately |t Raiford prison guards. i RECAIa
two million pounds. j Three of the prisoners Eugene i ii
occurred on a lake or some other site some distance from I
I Hug3ins urges growers to be as i Van Etten, William and
Avery i ii
the main highway ', then someone should be posted-on the 1 careful as possible in handling i '
I Roy Triplett were given one year'
road to guide the rescue workers to'' the victim. Every their tobacco. He said growers I at hard labor. Sentenced to six

minute counts, and confusion over directions might easily should be careful not to bruise I months hard labor were Paul E.
cost a life. the leaves Reffitt, Ronald B. Jones and
First aid should be given the victim until professionalhelp "There is more 'loss than is I! James Jasper Burke. Lymon 0.I .- J

arrives and, in the case of drowning, the mouth-to- realized from damaged tobacco I! Steen was sentenced to two years t
the .
agent stated.Prisoner '
mouth method of artificial respiration should be used. This I' for the escape.Presentence. .' MOre counterfeiting

requires no special equipment and is recognized as the Jailed investigations were Net to borrow from I NL
I ordered on two juveniles, aged 16
most effective method of
reviving a drowning victim. Thereare
and 17, for their part in the LOCAL FINANCE CO. j
three simple steps:, Again After Chase 1
escape. .If your budget isn't able to meet |
;'": ::, f \ t 1., Tilt the victims hea} so Freedom Short dved Oscar Jefferson charged with certain necessary obligations I
: \ ; was for a I
: Fhm i points up; lift lowerjaw former State Prison inmate who aggravated assault on a fellow !j suIt us about a reliable, -1'0':1-1
inmate was sentenced to five'
< from below and behind it was released after serving his loan. Our service U quirk and con-
so hard labor,
time but was arrested again after I I I fidential.
juts out. This should i
an hour's chase around town bya I To.5O .
tongue from back of throat.. prison official a sheriff's. deputy 1 Sr; Mftrc'! Koicnpa1) ;I %

and city 'police. Rev. Ravnmnd f. MarBlata
2. Open mouth wide
your ,
"t" Frederick W. Dowdy, 38, became ; Sunday Services-9:45I : Lm"I
place tightly over victim's, 2 wanted man after scant
,I I Church School: 1100 un.. Morn- OF NEW COST
half hour of freedom when TIRE
close his nostrils. Blow into top Prayer and Sermon. ;
Sheriff P. D. Reddish received a lr t I 1
mouth, holding jaw in place. Holy Communton--Flrsi Sun-
detainer on him from Tampa
day 11:00: a.m.; Third< Sunday, 1 1 1i .
Air will pass through teeth i[I police. They wanted Dowdy to *::iO ajn. ._1-) i ---.:, -.' -.. -- .' -- :, .' '.._ : -
'e even though clenched. answer forgery charges there.A Wednesday-7:00 p.ra. Choir ,,
check with Raiford officials 'Practice; 7:45 p.m, Litany an'|1 One DayService Use Our
3. Listen for return rush revealed that Dowdy was on his 'Bible Study. SIZE fts

of air. Repeat every 12 way to Starke to catch a bus for I Easy Pay

seconds ((20 small breaths fort Washington. H. O,Bates. Raiford s :{ ment Plan
records employee hurried into I II
'. children).. If no exchange occurs Starke and spotted Dowdy going IS YOUR HOT WATER e We Do Our 6.70x15
down Call StreetDowdy
.p i clear, obstructions strike victim's back to I spotted Bates at the I COSTING YOU TOO MUCH? 1 Own New TireAppearance
", repeat. same time and started to run. i i Financing
6 .. a Deputy! Jimmy Hamilton joined I 7.50 14
,, These simple instructions x
j I,the race and city police were call- I THEN CHANGE TO SLADE !
memorized and carried out.
s '. ed but Dowdy outdistanced them
.: calmly in time of emergency I all. About an hour later Dowdy i, .GAS AND. SAVE! I Home @ New Tire

I was picked up near the bus ,sta-
I : i; '- :4i;:,. might be the means of saving tion. He offered ho resistance.The Slade offers you* a 30-gallon, 10Y; ear I Owned Perform.SIZE

-.:. -4- _'_ L 1-f1:.";_. a l life Tampa prisoner police was Saturday turned July over 23.to Warranty Gas Hot Water Heater for Home 45 ance

Sheriff's Posse requirement is that applicants be only $345per: month. I Operated

To Be FormedA will te'mounted on horses, the Golden Harvest Days 7.10 x 158.00x14 New TireMileage
deputy said and will be used to
Event Set I
No Carrying Charge :
d'prisoners or lost $ 45 Distributors
A for the .purpose of '
persons in situations where cars The final event in' the Golden
No Labor Cha for
forming a sheriff 'posse la ge : Famous
.cannot be utilized.I For
I'Harvest Days series sponsored by
scheduled for Thursday July 28. I Elmer Rudd head of the the Starke Retail Merchants will installation r ,j i : 0 New TireGuarantee
&t 8 p. m. in the American Legion 1 Pennsylvania *Exchange plus tax and
|(sheriff's mounted posse in Duval be held at 3:30 pjn. Saturday Pay only for material used I
Hall Deputy Sheriff Red-
dish announced. .Dolph i County;will speak at.the, meetingThursday July 30, at'the courthouse. with no further down payment Per ; Tires .. -- -- "- .Recappable- .Tire .-.
Reddish to start things oft on AlI funds on hand will be given .. ..-
stated that the '-- -< -- -- -- -
only j the ground floor" Reddish said. away at that time Gilbert Gold- plus ONLY Mo. i I

I wire, president of the merchants
group said. The public is urgedto PAY FOR YOUR GAS HOT WATER HEATER ,i

register for the prize this Fri WITH WHAT YOU WILL SAVE. COME IN
day and Saturday and Attend the :
t fmal drawing. i : Starke Co

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CKPW TUB way yon writ*. Come In and se- E I
r.%tUh-..r*-*. ft.,. ..* OtereJ M 'ee..MASTHEAD.. clua !Malleti We Give :Merchants Green Stamps j 135 N... TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA.
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.4 .. A ABALDVIN Eula Rowe and daughter Belva spent Sunday with her mother,] Mrs. Junior Goolsby entertained I .rf..ai.VV l..y.nva.... people of community.. Long 1[I paned until ..WednesdayAugust for Btlittf"rd County. FftT !d.... ,r't 'II

Lee. and Miss DeLaine Johnson I Mrs. Delilah Suggs. hfuesdiy I II night, July 19, .at thehome"of I range plans for recreation w- !!' 10. I I h'111":.{.nje... '-i "i'urJf, f ., ..puultca. ::-in.... 8.t oVI
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; \ visited Sunday in Zephyrhills j I We are sorry to learn that i[ Mrs. Dan Parrish with a THERESSA eludes the 'purchase of equipment ,I' Thursday, August 4; prayer.I Starke Typ".rtt@rI'; u;."- :'.Iu' r
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rowe. Mrs.-.T.. V. Roberts is a patient in :'iLlsceJiaiieous shower honoring for basketball, volley ball, tennis : group meets' in Fellowship Hall- whist J nu f H)Sagtl ... hH9.ii' .-* J.''
The Wesley Mosley family left'St.I Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville -.i It'ISrs. Tommy Baker, the former I I ping-pong see-saws and shuffle- 9 a.m.'Chancel Choir rehearsal !64 X U'niutft ,1. .la.''ki. Ku-r,da.F ,.
By Sirs. C. B, Nolan By Ruth Grittis.aatauuas.aasa.AaAA j i k. tiuiue 3 MV.. Walnut dtStarkt :_ ..
early Sunday morning for a vacation -I and wish her a speedy re-!Mlss gloria Higginbotham. Games I board court. ,i 7:30 p.m. ?, Fla., so' owner 4
Ia auaaaauaa..a..aaa us in the mountains of Tennessee 'covery. ,[ycif played and prizes awarded i I At Thererill' be a working at the I Dated thin :lath dol y of July. mat !

Enroute they stopped fora Mrs. Max Pike Miss Janice i Uo Airs-. Frances. Adams Mrs.I Ccmmunitj Center beginning at : Starke. Bradford Countv. Florida
Members of the Assembly of God visit with Rev. and Mrs. J. R. I Clark. Mary Jane Roberts and: ,,',ueter. Hicks.. Mrs. Helen Shu-!I.: Becky and William Newham 6 a.m. Saturday July 30, to put a'! \011.,: 01' IVTR\Tln\: ?i2ft 4t lIra j

are glad to be in their new!Aired in Rome, Ga. !Mrs. Grady Roberts visited Mrs. ;''Jord. and't- David Parrish, after and Dwight Hersey have returned new roof on the building. All men' urm"Jn N"oUiis beroby FICTITJOL..IN1 ginnhat the:: Tut: OifiiiT Pour fw ..atny

Church building on. Highway 90; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson E. V. Roberts in Jacksonville Sat- ;,watch the honoree opened her home after spending two weeks and c'>ys are urged to be present: .irdcrfigmed. finder the "provisionsf yon wr'1ft. cv>\me' In tftd **-
west of Baldwin. i end family and Mr. and Mrs. D. urday. !|. iaany/ gilts. Delicious refreshments at Children's Bible Mission Campat j for the working. Ladies;of the !i Chapter: !8.J: Laws nf Florida, tpcot your vflrite ESTERhROOKIvn. -
Miss ;Marilyn Thomas and Wesley ,I' Polk City. t.ts of 191. will register with the
I fB. Hicks and family enjoyed an Mrs: Jimmie. Robertson and,[._ were served. community are asked to bring I Clerk! of the" Circuit Court, in and I FnOlt&la t'ila.FdlAPA.
1 Nettles visited Miss Thomas' ;outing at Strickland's Landing i daughter Vicki, are visiting this 'Mrs. Buddy Browning. Frances!I I Mrs. Dan Raley and daughters. {food to feed those working. Come!

father, Jesse Thomas, who is a : last Saturday. r | week in Avon Park with Mr and'Coleman and son, Donnie and Pat and :Mrs- Edwin Bennett and Ion folks, let's all get with this] \ '
patient in the Lake Butler hos- i 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crews and( Mrs. T. P. Turner and Scoring', Ronnie Pellum visited in Nashville -i I childi en are visiting relatives In project and get 4t done!! I I ; NOW OPEN -

pital, last Sunday. I Mrs. A. H. Crews left Tuesday fora ijrfth! Mrs. Myrtle Tyre. Little : Tenn. last weekend with!i iI I Alabama.Mr. I. Hope Baptist Church schedule!'
Mrs. H. V. Daniels visited in there weeks vacation trip to 'Drew Robertson will return home I Mr. and Mrs. Sutton.Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Loper and of events: Sunday morning; 10 'a. i'

Augusta' Ga. from last Sunday Asheville, N. C, to visit with Mr. II with his mother* after a two and Mrs. James Coleman sons and Mr. and! Mrs. B. J. Hall in. Sunday School. 11 am.n_., D&JVPIIOLSTERYSHOP i

until Tuesday with her father, and :Mis- Dan L. Waters, Norfolk i month visit there.. I,and daughter visited in Eagle and son spent Sunday at St. morning worship, 7 p. m. training. .

Carl Pye, while Mr. and Mrs. Bud :; Va. to bee Mr. and Mrs. R. A.,[I Mr. and Mrs. Seth Mabry m !i 1 Lake with Mrs. Coleman's parents -. Augustine Beach. union. 8 p. m. evening worship. ;
Daniels visited in North Carolina.Mr. ; in:|'and Giddens. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phillips Sr.
i Crews and will also visit family are staying in Miami Mr. and Mrs. : Wednesday; prayer meeting and
and Mrs. A. C. Baldwin of Pittsburg Pa. while away. i for three weeks. [While there ,they attended the and son- are spending some time choir practice. I 418 East Call St.

Gainesville visited Mrs. Delilah l Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crews visited i r W. J. Blount and Mr. and Mrs.:I Ir wedding: of Mrs. Coleman's sister; with relatives in Miami.

I3uggs Sunday. j in Albany Ga. last weekend with Sonny Blount fished north ofJacksomille ;Miss Patricia Giddens to Ray Mrs. Lacy Wynn had as week- Week's CUSTOM MADE
Little Jackie Rhoden, son of Mr. I l end guests her daughters and DRAPES SLIP COVERSAUTO
Mr. ana Mrs. Derrell Crews.I Saturday and caught! and Mis. Fletcher 'Rhoden, fell i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goolsby 66 mullet. The family enjoyed a'''Giddens returned, home with their families Mr, and Mrs. Leon Methodist Church SEAT COVERS and SUPPLIES"

at his home Monday and cut his' Iud as their guests last weekend, delicious fish fry Saturday night. :'i them for a two weeks visit. I Tomlinson and daughter and Mr.

head. It required several stitches, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Austin and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Oliver plan :': Mr. ana Mrs. Ray Pellum and and Mrs. G- W. Ezell and chil- Schedule for the First Methodist i Phone WO 4-6221

but he seems to be getting along I;granddaughter; Janer, of Dale- to leave next week to spend a (''I'j family of Jacksonville moved into dren of Jacksonville. Church for the week of July 31. j

nicely. I 'ille. Ala. I month m Hendersonville N. C. i, their new home last weekend I',I Mrs. W. M. Coleman ot Gainesville Sunday, July 31, Church School 1
The Dave Williams family .reunion I Mrs. Gladys Runion of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Harold McQuagg next to Mr. and Mrs. Francis::! visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. -9:45: a.m., morning worship: -I i

Aug. 7,will at be the held Walter on Williams Sunday, visited here with Mr. and lof Jacksonville spent last weekend .':Coleman. I'I Gnann last Wednesday. 11 a.m. A .nursery is provided at | NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS
i Mrs. W. H. Goolsby and family i with Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Sorry that Joe Padgett has a Mrs. Bessie Ccchrane has returned both services each Sunday for ;
home on State Road 21, 1 1-2 !last Sunday. i Bennett. f[broken finger and will be unable to her home after spending pie-school children. 'Snack
miles South of Middlebuig.Friencjs I II il supper J Planning To Attend Inauguration
I I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gresham Mr. and *Mrs. Cyrus Cannon ilo work for about three weeks. a while in Georgia. Her son I for 01lth-6:30 p.m, south meet---

of Mrs. Bernice i air} children of Rome, Ga. are,i?nd son: of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and I Allen, who has been stationed I ings-7 p.m., evening worship 1
Thompson will be interested to I. \"ifitingthis week with their son- 1 I Monday with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. :"daughter' Marcia, and Roger II with the army in Germany, ishome p.m: I January 2, 3 .

learn that she, has been a patient in-law and daughter. Rev. and I Nolan.Mr. .;Wateis visited in Live Oak Sunday on leave before reportingfor
in theDuval Medical Center fora Monday, August 1,- Official I
I Mrs Billy Patterson and family;I ana Mrs. Eugene Blount'i with Mr and Mrs. W. O. duty m Albany, Ga. A grand-,
week and will undergo surgery : has returned home I of visited remain- Board meeting has been postponed I Accommodations will' be extremely
Wayne Just and family Jacksonville Robf'rf'on.Little Marcia son. Wayne Castleberry, of Cor- in Tallahassee *
on Fiuhy.:: I from Okinawa where he has been I Mr. and Jv1.rs. w. J. Blount and 'i'ed for a_ visit with ber grand-I i fiele, Ga. is. also visiting her. will'meet until Monday, August 8. Circle 21 j I and reservations\ MUST be
scarce ,
T. C. Parker visited in Bryan in Fellowship Hall with j _
stationed with the U. S. Navy family Saturday night and en- parents. Chester Searle! :
last weekend with his and i Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Miss Annie
son and vill return there when his i I joyed the fish fry with them.. | The Maxville! baseball team I and daughter and niece, Mary j made well in advance. .,
daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. W. I ( Darby as hostesses pm. 1
leave is over. j Mrs. Mason Simmons is a pa- 'played:: here Sunday with Highland i :
C. Parker and I !! Lou Gnann, were visitors to Doyle Conner, our Commissioner of Agricult ,
new Mrs.. Deressa Harris is visiting tient in Baptist Hospital. : and won the game. Keepup Green Cove Springs and Jacksonville Tuesday August 2, Circle 1 will1; r'e.elec't i: .
Michael t h has set committee to assist
meet at the home of Mrs. L. up a ,
; with her son-in-law and daughter -' Ths- summer program at the the good work boys. D. c ., .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nettles spent ;: Mr.'and Mrs. W. M. Watson, Baldwin School, ended last Fri '! Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Roberson and Tuesday.Re Vining with Mrs: H, C. Ritch as 1 our Bradford County friends to obtain' ac-" .
last weekend in Waverly and Or- /, and Mrs. Merle Packhamand
in Orlando 'this week. day. On Thursday, of last week daughter plan to move into the co-hostess-l0 a.m. J commcdations during this period. Frank_ _
lando with relatives.Mr children returned to their -
Mrs. J. C. Daniels of Tampa is i they played their final games :I iTaeklc.. apartment this weekend. ,i Wednesday, August 3, prayer -
ana Mrs. H. V. Daniels and I home in Haines City Tuesday Stoutamire. Chief. of Police of Tallahassee is' ,
visiting here with her mother, with Baldwin, winning the tourn- .I Mr. and Mrs. Clifton .Caldwe}! ; meeting and Bible stuch/w-8 p.m. :'
sons are vacationing this week Mrs. Delilah' Suggs. ament with a score of 10'fo 8 !I'land family, Mrs. Catherine I after a vacation in this area. i Circle 3 meeting has been post-1 I serving as chairman of this Housing Com .'
at Volusia Bar. A fish fry was enjoyed by a ,
Litt'.e Wanda Harvey is spena- over Marietta. Baldwin's final record iBlack'/ell and family and Mr. mittee.
1Rrr, ,_.and Mrs., Hugh Rose. Mrs. ing this week in Jacksonville with was' 11 wins! and 2 losses. I("and Mrs. Melvin Watson and I I large number of people at the I II

Mr. .and Mrs, R C-. Taylor. Mr: and Mrs. W. P. Almand :family spent last Saturday _an I i Community Center last Thursday Reservations mutt be made for two days-

Misses Jean Crews 'Doris Watson and daughter of Orange Park I j Sunday camning at Ocean Pond. night. Interested persons met|I I 1 I IAglt4ye Jan. 2 & 3. Single rooms will be ?U" for

,. end Delores Daniels enjoyeda visited Sunday with Mrs. Ella i[ ". -w after"'supper for the purpose of!I I ,
two and double for tw i
N'DW $20
Cash for good, clean, cotton committee to plan Ii nights, rooms
week's vacation and stayed at 1 Ellison I II I paid appointing a ,
Jacksonville}. ; Beach. several days.I I :Mr and Mrs. G. W. Bell and rags. No Khaki or wool. a budget for the coming year ando j.i yotewT- nights.If .

Everyone- is 'cordlaly- invited to I lamily spent last week in Chattanooga I I Bring to Bradford County Tele- outline a program'of recreation older- wry Arab I you wish} to han the Housing! Commit u .
attend.rf.vjval services startingon Tenn.- with their son,, graph. for both young I,
You Can Take ,t3undayvtuly Jl, at, Orange Street George. r-oo-1T! TIjtMITI CPMTIOIMVt ; I make reservations for you, you may send

Baptist; Church, and continuing ..... to$100 plant! w -an.f.Ecuy.,fe !w, N.. I your_ checks to 'T.: H. Slade Starke, Flay;
.... ........ ....... *; rn> tin K, "'wa
for one week. .a. R. M. TOWNS 'J y.w "oItctiat.i Get nil J.1cItt... I and they will be forwarded to Tallahassee.This .
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ProfessionalLooking Ronnie Bennett of Jacksonville I should be. done as soon as possible to
!Ss with his : Starke BuildersSupply
visiting grandparents MAX.VIU.E -
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett. SHOE REPAIR SERVICE 219 E. Washington I avoid disappointment.

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rl. Starke, Fla.
Movies Connie Bennett has returned to By !Mrs.\ C. B. Nolan
Jacksonville after visiting for two: ** I .
weeks with her grandparents.Mis aAAAu1AAAAAha&LAnuuAAAA

\\Vith The :; Lois Suggs of Jacksonville.I Mrs. Mary Brown and Pete U. S. 90 Next Door. to. Banner Food Store ... '.w. rnu.ww rt .

I Lynn of Greensboro, N. C. are I
I spending this week with Mr. and Y
I I Tpiwi1STARKE Mrs. Lacey Brown, and family. SERVICE WHJLE YOU \VAIT r e ;, Rti

I I Ollie and Harold Brown plan to
\ return home with them for the
Whole Soles) Half Soles Heels' .
balance of the summer. I :
i Mrs. Sarah GrifLs able It 'I ., ..
Sun., !Mon.,, Tue., Jane : is i .
July :31, August 1.2 to be back at home after' her fall !' Taps Shoe Shipes Etc. ..... '\. \I':, ':. .'." ,.
i DOUBLE FEATURE in which ,she- received a broken I -. .... '\.i.;!1,,;;,... ,.,.,

arm.Mrs < ,; .,,)'(;* .- -
On The Beach ; -
I Dewey McPherson came ... ... ---.-..,-,:; ,.'...:-....-'.. ... -, '. .
I Gregory Peck, Avu Gardner: home Wednesday from a severalIdays'.slay'in !HIIl4 ii PWWfii' : :: : .,,'-. .'f.;:_,'l 'v ..... ....c. <

I Glen St. Mary with ,,' ... -- ,
Babette: Goes To War Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffia and -? 5S a/ ar11 ; .. ; '. :
Konald Howard, Bardot ',
family and Mrs.. Sarah Jane '1 '
s yI ", ,
I Plus Color Cartoon Griff!!. i' .

I : .. Mrs. D. B. Griffis. JCaren. and LI .} ,l;"
I i Wed., Thur., August 34DOUBLE Sharon Griffis. Buddy. Padgett "-' ..t' .
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Mike' 'caim n 'It.'j
and enjoyed the hl Gt.L -
"Sapphire"Mgel races at Speedway Park in Jacksonville e .:;.: 4n :: I '.

last Saturday night. I ,
Patrick Yvonne Mitchell
PLUS Mrs. porothy Waters and Mrs. .SSe gat
Buddy: Bradshaw carried the In-

The Ride Back termediate Girls Class of the I VicToR'Tv.t.
I 1A \ RGA
1 .I With Anthony Quinn Maxville Baptist Sunday School' .
Plus Color Cartoon for an outing at Strickland's

Landing last Monday. Enjoyingthis \ Eggs Bread

Fri., Sat. August: 5-6 occasion with them were I!

DOUBLE. .FEATURE, Susie Harris Helen North, Patty I*IParrish Ice Cream with exclusive
(IN) tr n Please'" Don\ ''Eat Jackie Joyner, Evelyn ;:, *

., l Harris, and Alene Sweat. Also ,,I
'_ t The Daisies) enjoying: this occasion were Misses ; 'a' Cottage Cheese

r 4 Doris Day,' Darid';nien Shirley Higginbotham, Bonnie au k yogi addictOrgaunivegetarian NEW VISTA TUNER

I'lis- Color Cartoon I Padgett, Linda Waters Richard Orange Juice

I, Norman and Mrs. Bill Roberson. Can't_ I jitterbug like _.... ': -. ,?
The Ba sanders Mrs. Dorothy Waters and son A mlc-fo!! l centenarian

? liat ty'juradorcjarip, Kelly ,spent last weekend Jacksonville -
Plus Color-Cartoon .with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters Greci ..-'.vsl! Now, you can :
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I FMTIKCONTKiHUO (ELECTRIC EYE Waters family.brought Mr.them and home.Mrs. Bud SUU) Ann EEVAILEY DAIRIES I hare a clearer, b'brighter, better ......

coupled to all variable camera Mr., Minnie Barber returned from
1 TY picture even
home last week from vacation
speeds, to all film speeds, to ftffti ** -
spent ,with- relatives, .in Ohio. hard-to-oget. even from faraway -i-- -
all filter factors and lens diaphragm Mrs. Inez 'Coleman and family -

f- I lave' been stayinghere: keeping statloins -with RCA::
AO three Reusable flfl. 2.1J[ ,? t
fI' house' for Mrs-, Louise Miller, 2 3 Tf1E3E 4:
F 1.8 lenses from., 6,25 to I' (while Mrs. Miller and her family Victor TV 'featuring the exclusive J o Y t u.taco. _
ij ijfF
3 I'I \land ?.irs. Jeanette' Whettimore ) -
,25mm coupled to auto.
!, I and children 'or'Bryceville are New Vista Tuner! vlEw 8lEPICTURP .,,,,
matic viewfinder Long run I \:isit.ini1h..Mrs., Millers daughters .For the -

ratchet wind motor with I : in Warsaw_ and !Hammond, TV's newest, moat powerfultuner.
1 I II II IM.w bid.

power reserve indicator. Mr. and Mrs: T. C. Mcffleroy I Cleanest LEa1t Saftest Revolutionary new fr -

lof-Haines( City and C. H. Edwards !
Gear coupled precise rewind RCA Nu Vistor tube and -
I idt Uroatilla were 'recent .vISitors :i t '' special
for professional double ex. of Mrs Elizabeth. Edwards, :
posures. Fully automatic .! Melvin Watson is. now. preaching '! Cooking You [Can D high-gain circuitry come<< ==_ =

at the Long Branch Baptist hine to give you 30% more 'j
footage indicator with sound !Church since Rev. Herbert Hig- I The

t I '';otf moved to South Florida. GAS picture-pulling than
signal for leader and tracer of GO LADE power
I rn Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Spivey and I GLENVIEW
the film Life time lubricated, rtddi.iFtx-il family visited in Georgia Sunday any other tuner on,the.mar*

Finds way With Mr.. and Mrs. Calvin Carter.. MODEL 431-l3E-6 ,
rugged mechanism Fund To get the job Jon Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Adams! from Slade with ket..dr_ improyed' '

tional hand grip Action ready I Come whit m.y. have a? their guests, Mr. Adams' Buy your Range fULL. PICTURE

Continental t case and nephew, DeLeon Adams, of Fort : reception*',:more dependable I
many 'I We're not a bit shy about our tup Meade. 1. SMALL DOWN

other outstanding features quality plumbing; sen-Ice. As a I' "'Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham PAYMENTS aIl-round TV perf ormance. '"NEW VISTA/ : TABLE TV

i, for professional I results the I matter of fart, we're proud to and family Mrs..Doss Higgin- 2. NO CARRYING .

1 let you know about. When you're ";jothamVand E. C. Padgett visited .
easiest most automatic way. : the Jacksonville Zoo Sunday 3. SMALL MONTHLY P y S
in a fix because of ,your fixtures' .Ntw-vw..T4IAII. 1rhk30SLr..pkSllrf.,.,. .'
afternoon. Come in today for a '
call and will end power
us we. a man
I I[I right away. ;i We are all very sorry to learn You'm f b e happy with the personal, efficient! FREE DEMONSTRATION 11ew! tGg6 Gai+1 o.c.ia .
'that Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham is ...
Picture $toL her CircvttJ
i 1 service will receive from Slade Gas. COME ,
you .
ill and under the doctor's care "
of RCA c
TV 1CA s Ied
,and Mrs.. James Godwin 'isnt |! IN AND SEE US TODAY. VlCTQf '* Sacwify- .r ,

feeling well. I' ,with NEW VISTA TUNER

I Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Parrish, and I Nm.'noo:1J '_ u .
family. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hig- fi RIlE ) D1DnDiJj

,.stinbotham and daughter, and Mr. GAS Phone WO 4.3551

rnrrAHKafRVaFi i l and: Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and ... .. .. Shepherd's RadioPHONE & T. V.
son enjoyed picnic at. Kmgslejr
I Lake last"-Sunday4l -, We Give Merchants;Gieen. Stamps.. _

f Mkreitaneous; Shower I DOUBLE If You Pay Cash! !
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Legion Post Sets Station Orlando Florida. t' September 30 i Value Of Social -I Squeeze Method \Scouts Enjoy 140 Customers'
elected Post
Claude was .
Is Deadline For I Camporee At Using Natural ,Gas _
Membership Drive Historian! .at the meeting Tuesday Detects Moisture!
night: July 26, Fierce:: said. Gas Tax RefundS Secus&y Cypress RunAround City Cer 1i Merrill Edwards said

American Legion Post 56 is pre- Post::: .8 piesented the Pratt 1' i I Told Content Of Silage reaerday that' the 'city now has _
paring to launch its 1951 member- U. Insurance 650 Boy Scouts -
Street Playgroand a nsw 3. 30 is the deadline': 'I representing 140 customers using its natural

ship drive and new membership flag. Ah.:>. the Post was presented -\for requesting a tax refund for I I i i iI. 35 troops in the Muskogee .I;gas service and that additional
carda will be given out at the from Mr. I Put the "squeeze" on silage to Ditrict enjoyed a Jubilee
%with a new flag: gasoline used on farms ana I. conversions are being made at _
next mf>etng.! Post Adjutant I William Baker, postmaster at .t ranches in Fl ri:1a. "You1sofjal smmty' account k- ieteiuine its moisture content. .Canporee at Cypress Run on I'the rate of 1:*: or 20 per week.

George Pierce'announced.. Lake Geneva the adjutant said. The Florida Agricultural Extension number It your policy number in This is the recommendation of Sampson: Lake last weekend. The Consumers are :using up the
tien.e urges the attendance of the worM's larpe't !ns1J'8ttrepro.- associate site provided for this *
Service points out that David W. Jones. agronomist camp was bottled gas they have on hand,.
all members, at this CARD OF THANKSI John W. Spann Jr., man-
meeting. cram with the Agricultural Ex-i purpose by Container Corporation
I the amount of federal tax paid 1LI and then converting to natural
The adjutant also announced wish to thank the Doctors > aOmesviila social Service at GaLesvllle.1]
tv tensicn
on all gasoline used for farm epr o rf America owners of the pro gas Edwards said.. He expectsthe
that Department Headquarters is nurses, friends and relatives for purposes daring the 12-month I ecwnty district office, stated this who rays the "squeeze test" will I perty. conversions to continue at a
Tallahassee to Or- all the nice things done for ne
moving from i
accurate determination -
perioi: ending June 30. 1960. "C'k.F I give t fairly Th3 camporee was held in celebration steady: pace until the 500 to 600
lando. The new office will while in the hospital and when I
open the moisture contentof
should be computed in Internal, (l .hn'"''" .\'o "0"11\1 e'ritv; of of the 50th anniversary applicants to have asked for service -
August 1 with the new address: : j returned home. They will never be ; silage.
is not actu- Bradford Delegates chopped; all
winter holder
Revenue Form 2240. "rotinr of Boy Scouts of America. are converted. _
P. O. Box 7926. College Park forgotten. Mrs. Olin White, Sr.KOCH'S .
The test is made like this: .
his account Edwards that all cdn-
.Federal tax on gasoline in illy issued a policy i Attend State HomeDemonstration eatt
Florida amounted to three centsa number rar.1 rerresemts' one, Compress a small ball of the forage Guardsmen Return sumnurs so far eeem very pleased

gallon from July through Sep. Spann said. The insurance premium -: MeetMrs. in the hand for 20 seconds. with the natural gas service and

DRUG STORE tember '1959 and four cents a gal- is .paid ty way of the social\ '!'hBn open the hand suddenly.I Home Saturday I,rates.

lon from October 1959 to June security tax. A pe'-son'g employer''> A. C. Ellis, right, preslent T tbe ball holds its shape and

I960. deducts'this from each pay: check ]: ::: ; of the Bradford County unit 'hr* is considerable' free juice Natonal; Guardsmen will returnt.o Registration Open

and matches, the amoUnt wth s'll I And Miss Enza Blanchard delegate moisture content above 75 per- their home bases Saturday:

NOW% OPEN ON SUNDAYS I Extension economists say the employer contribution. The self-\ are pictured as they are served -ent. If it holds its shape but after annual two-week summer For New'Students

division should: be made on the employed account number holder punch at a reception during I there is little free Juice moisture -ncampment< at Ft. Stewart, Ga.I

basis'of when gasoline was purchased makei one annual premium pay- the State Home Demonstration content is 70-75 percent. If the During the period they engaged New ,Junior high and high _

9:00 A.M. till 6:00 P.M. I not when it was used. ment on hiS' social swmity at .the!Council meeting at the University ball falls apart slo' l7 and there in realistic field exercises ranging -I t school students may now registeror

"me h*' files his income tax: refurn. of Florida last week. is"no free juire moisture content fnm tank and artillery firing the fall semester at the main

WEEK DAYS PREMIER Scann stated. Five. hundred members and is 60-70 percent. Whci the ball I to small unit tactics in the field. office.Bradford High School on _

8:00 A.M. till 9:00 P.M. GASBADGES Social security coverage assumes.! agents from all parts of Florida falls apart: rapidly miisture! is The annual Division Reviewwas north Temple .Avenue.A .

.........,.,o/i) t- tv family!: Spann took part in the week's program below 60 percent. held Saturday morning. July registrar will be in the main _

fI "larfd.. Th*. t't'f.irt'ltor "r zn'" which was described as "a vaea- Jnnrs said 70 percent moistureIs 23. With top military and governmental office each week day from 9 a. m.

wife can IO '>IVP 'in !" ?1.or ion with an education." Among idel but a range: of 65 to 75 figures attending the i until 4 p.vm.. excep Wednesdayafternoons.

Prescriptions are our Main BusinessWe mthly. he s.l'd! qnd
'hPdrcn may r.(.e've to the Wayne Reitz UF president; Dr. : -
Prices Begin I'P I. '.-'f,,,
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saTe airount p"Ji: 'on"\' I. Broward: Culpepper, executive I Penney Farms Pastor I !

secretary. State Board of Control
have 2 Florida Registered at $98.00Free For further information. Sprnn:' 'nd :Miss Eunice Heywood, direccr !:-; Speaks At Tabernacle I
!cad! ; persons; nav! 'ti'f\ II

Pharmacists to serve you. ( Installation) "ocial secnrty offire! at fll Sr""" nograms.Division Federal of Home Extension Economics Ser- Rev C. E. Dibble of Penney I II ', ..' I

west Second Avenue.: Gains-H'le Farms conducted the morning
the Complete Line at vice. I
Have your next prescriptionfilled Or the pamphlet "Your SocialSerurity" j I service at the Gospel Tabernaclelast
Monday night Mrs. Ellis attended
I be obtained by -
NORTH may Sunday, using illustrations, I ,
FLORIDA the dinner
raiting the same adress.! I president's Interpreted j in song. An' old-fash- -'-'-- '
where she told of the strawberryand 'I I OflIL.
I ioned testimony closed the ser- i
atKOCH'S _
SUPPLYPhone : cattle interests of Bradford' .
EIiLJi111ILFlorida: ; < '" County. vice. I 'b--

At the evening service. Miss I
WO 4-2113 Thursday night 61 members
Phyllis Martin, missionary to
mod2lcd dresses of their ownmaking
224 N. Temple Ecaudor. gave an interesting account -
in the annual State Dress
And Get QUALITY DRUGS At Lowest Review. The group also attendeda of her recent ttendance ata

conference at Toc-
missionary -
PRICES band concert and symphony I

Need A orchestra concert given by the coa Falls Institute in Georgia. ,

"YOUR HEALTH IS OUR CONCERN"Free music: department. i '

GASWater TheatreSATURDAY Singers To 'Meet '
Delivery Service Phone WO 4-4101
Highway 301 With Church'Group Plan to travel when you retire?

\ < "!t.,

Heater Work Slowed The: Bradford-Union County Travel and other! retirement pleasures your. when yon

JULY 30 Singing Convention will meet plan early enough.Your Gulf Life representative can: help.

CAROLINA PEACHES See __ 1st. Feature Due To WeatherState with Oak 'Grove Baptist Church Ask him about Gulf Life's exclusive Adapt-A-Plan feature

on Sunday! Aug. 7. There will be .

PerlallarGLASSUN ("ONL.YHS'COULD Road Department Resident -I j singing,all day and dinner on the Gulf Life &

BY THE BUSHEL ED ( Engineer O. L. Jlizell said grounds at noon. Oak Grove I m _

aTOP' Tuesday, July 26 that Highway Church is located between Camp ) Founded 1911 'Home Office,Jacksonville, Florida
WATERHEATERS t 30t'no1lh of -
THB Starke has progressed -
and Middleburg.
:! very little in the past six weeks $ -
Fresh From t: v.: : because of the weather. I j "-

; ., i CAROLINAFRIDAY srI9nGeltl ...KJU.IR ACE A roadto. Last' month be 64.5 MIZell per cent reported complete.the |I, SeUlt Rent It Trade FOR RENT' I

This month he states that the .
r:; road is, 66 per cen complete, an

I Need a new water heater.... I flEa MACCI .. increase of 1.5 per cen in the last WITH% A. TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED CBS HOUSE _
SO days. Workmen have been unable -
: : FtlyFurnIshcdNIco. _
You can own I genuinaPERMACUSw'ith I'IaCMURRAY'HAYES. '. 'to put down any base material MF.MORlAI.il A*D HE.OUTT OWI ___ ?. 4 Cf.t. .... w.. Yard "Close la ____
the in six weeks.
M WORDS OR LESS. '0.. I...,. .. (Ml.l_.. Charge* _.. oft Nice Neighborhood --
The stated that traffic
: : 1 and \ long-biting: A. 0. Smith DAY engineer Ifoxta
: $70.
should be on the new lane within ____
>glass! Ening-fcr u Ettto :i: IA a few more working days. It, all RACK ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 __ __ 4* Per Wei' 71iS: Weebnoreiaad _
esyotdexpectbpsyfor depends on the weather improving
an ordinary water heater.! :, he said.
: : Phone WO 4-2495 or WO 4-1771
-- "- ; Mizell also reported that the
I Ill'U,E COLOR contractors have received 120 additlonal' WE HAVE a new loan program tot FOR SALE Xtp-1-4) I _____
1 to B years
farmers. Loam ot Ready mix concrete, concrete block ,
working days' because of for the entire credit require- oonrs, fence posts Band cement. -
As Low As $75.50 2nd. Feature the incitement weather. There area menta of the farmer ana his Credit family. Motar mix. rock steel, 'oyster shell, P0tTOX FLORIST
Gainesville Production ,
Li-nerock and Root GraveL Phone lit 8. THOMPSON ST. _
.s I total of 160 working days left in Association (20 North Main WOi-2321 Bradford Engineering PHONE WO 4-4I5S _
SEE which to complete the road, he Ii Gainesville, 1'..., tfch- ., Co. tfcbg DIBTrVCTIVE FLOWERS ____

North Florida IOC/t -aid. Mizell also stated that it I I WP. WIRE. .FLOWERS AMTWHERBtfchg. ____
I would, take most of the 160 daysto Make. .- All ..... Complete T"ee Service ,
R.OAp, finish the UatoaabU Cfcantrs c araateSHEPHERD'S FOR SALE ,
BILL JIMMY DOWLING SUpply .- job.NinetySix RADIO A TV Pruning: Bracing De-Moss! New and used Building' Supplier _
I lamaa Green..Oaer ing Cavity Work Tree Removal I)rive .way.; pLps45' ,lengths $1JS
OAUtici 412 E. Call SU' ria... WO 4-OT01. per foot. See BUI.Ta'kson, Jackson -
224 Temple Ave. Cases SUike, Fla. Transplanting Puildin? Supplies. tfchgSIX'JER

On 301 Across Street From Setzer's Phone WO 4-2113 Heard By Judge > COLONIAL FLORIST Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE V SEWING MACHINE -

Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. SAPP Owner representative will be in Bradford
U t During Plea Day Fridays. For service -
Flowere wired any place Flowers STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 Cov I adayand
Phone 'make machine writ
for all occasions locally. on any
-. '- Ninety-six cases came before WO 8Z91.. 50( East Nona'St. tfchg or call Singer Sewing Machine Co. _
I-! 402 N. Marion St. u Phone 11g.
Judge T. A. Yawn at Plea Day in Lake City, Fla- it TfchguAKEVUTW
t'J FOR HENT-FurniBhed apart-
\ county court last Wednesday'July
-' J ments. Reasonable rateL BEACH A COTTAGES
20. chopping center. Phone WO '-ZOl1or -Electrle kitchen... Reserve your

Westinghouse 4/ stJrtRg Charges of unlawful speeding WQ 4-0771 evening Shell.Oil or Co.call Office.at 21S) now Swim, picnic, fish. Call Waldo
:j' S. Cherry St. (
HO 8-6;;:. or see: Mrs. A. Comet
lOMORROW-IACKJOie were. by far the most numerous tfchg Earl ILon, Fla. Sltcrt* 111
with- 63-- offenses of this type. Improper ---.:.......:.. :
BRIAN DONLM passing was the second\
f and SlIest Star most violated offense with 10 ,
-r GEORGE/ JESSEIla.MlpaooucTbOI.AcuEAncT cases. Seven.persons were charged & UPHOLSTERY WORKS :{ i
with no driver's license or with .

.Q. __ not having a valid license. Five 710 Lemon St. Palntha Decorating
;:- .
af Cartoon: Dons Tire Trouble persons were charged 'with voluntary Furniture Repaired, Uphol

intoxication. All Work Guaranteed
: : -1 stered & Refinished
'fGET SUN., MON., & TUES. Other offenses were: 'passing OUT "
Tree Call
REBUILT For Expert Surgery -CALL. "
worthless check 1 MATTRESSES
; allowing un-
July 31, August 1 & .2 Agent
ACQUAINTED SPECIAL 'authorided person to drive, 2; New Innerspringsand 224 N. Temple Phone \VOS9M WO 4-2671 '
/: adult r us cohabitlon, 1; reckless For":Es\ iale'

2.95 VALUE "Wfi": driving. 2;' illegal fishing device, Box Springs FOR SALE :;j4 hp Air Conditioner. ," '.
new type 'Ejector'ICE '
/ cn bM&' 2; improper tag 1; possession offish Drop Us a Card or CaD Heater.. GOO Terms condition.If desired.Kerosene H.Space O.Bollngpr RICHARDSONKOK

'- water fish while runningtrot i FALATKA JSA!: 5.9166 42< X Walnut St. phone
CUBE TRAYS 97* a.. line 1; and running stop WO 4-2881. Itchg '
; ..... STARKE WO 4-5934 HUNTh Z bedroom pnturn.I.hed -
signs. 1.Bonds. home 6ft. petereon Bd. Phone
..... were forfeited In the > WO %17:1.: tfchg
YOU get MORE WASHING POWER I majority of the 96 cases when the A teat vile Heating h Plumbing. Hawthorne WANTED rHousekeeper., S. 4aJ'"uk.

for cleaner, brighter clothes defendants did not annear in court Road & SE 18th St. tctig 7/1 FurnUb own ulLn.portaUolLContal't .
J I Mrs. -A J, Barry, WO 42S61 -

:,- ..: WESTINGHOUSE 4-CYCIE UUNDHCMAT I the in answer.. to charges against It Itf I START YOUR OWN BUSINESS I Call sending WO 4-9:74::child If you to are kindergartenin planningon or apply at .,,, -Doctor's office.tfchg

f Become an AVON REPRESE.'TlATIVE. .
r '\ September. Mama Priest. -
'tl'hg7/\ :FoR SALE .. Pmdifig regis
: ,Substantial income im age
\ : ':,, '. 1': Automatic Unt Ejector I Three Reno Tavern teredAngus Bulls. Price reason
mediately.: Write; Onlda C. Sweat FOP. RENT Furnished upstairs able. poyIotTher, WO 4-450L
\ .. ,__,._ S Suds 'n Water Saver Owners Get Beer apartment 2 rooms and tiatb. 516 tfch*
1'I I Look-in Loading Door ,_ .* j P. O. Box 540 Live Oak, Fla. 8. Epprr on. Y. U Klrchalne tfchg
., \ unfurnished
; FOR RENT --* room
:3 :' -. 1 llOTPer Month : Licenses Revoked I CALL. Jackson for top flu dirt, apartment. 404 Lake St. Call WO ,4454. .
...... \ '_' i MUST SELLOW bulldozing and grading. W T. !; tfcbg
\ r i.:::: ". h' tec1mieo1o I Three'Reno tavern Ma..ary *... .as yearhardao .seeapi.e7,: Jack on. WO 44011. tfchg '
: have
\ Exclusive Westin2hou.se washmg-action lift and dim. owners .. ,. .
( I t no.r I 14 I.* :2 .u WANTED 'Erperienced' stenographer ,
t ;!' ; / 1 tumbles and plunp your clothes again and again. Cartoon Life With been charged with selling'moon" bath, wall tnrmmtt, large ]I'iIig FOR RENT: : S room house, 2 baths 1' moflth beginning August
i t t _,,,, : ; Two deep nit*'*follow., : And you imply turn uncle : Loopy shine and tax paid whiskey in a ..4 4lnUr arta, *..hle e..,.rt- large yard, near school. 219 E. Ad- lSt: : Shorttiand electric type-
t. h'; t "I.l. dial for)ntt, right ,.ai>hinj; of all fabrics I > Meat sInk with wUd.w ..verluk1gplay kin. St. Key. neit door 714! tf witter. Submit"applie.Ion ami re-
jir.r' and have had
,: dry county their
I .': ... ._ .- area large coraer tot. paved ferepc to f. O. prawer *i).
\ I -' : WED. THURS. & FRI. .
C MATCHING WESTINGHOUSE I beer licenses revoked as a result atreet*. City tilltk*. D.w. pay- FOR SALE Choice building lot tnkp. Jtcbg
August 3, 4, & 5 ''of meat P.IN.... Balaar like real. on wet tide of Kingsley Lake. In
it .1 f ," : 4-TEJHPERATURE DRYER f' the charges. ?_... .. fcy a.... t..r _mrr.Tata good neighborhood and has deep FOR SALE -- .live '..?OOm block
'to; "'. a i <,, \' :, .j $8.00 Per Month, :r\ The' licenses of the three were" a.a e U U exreUeat ,....tllI melt Sistrunk Feed and Seed Co.Itchg. hoes. Will cell reasonable anAYO
L ". \ revoked at a hearing ,in Jacksonville -I tlaa a ad la affleteat far aar .rilmary : 4.0IU. 40' C nt>r St. -4to S/lt
(Wit.) ? Air Flow"system dries and air- &t rI flu.lIre...; Call .. Immediately :
fluff clothes faster, cooler. before Beverage Depart- Hr.... tata hose U gelact FOR SALE Gravley Tractor and FOR SALi T* 3trT ti Guernsey
\9 \ Model L.124 I more economically! Model 0.124 I ment Resident Attorney Edward a : attachments. Lawn mower on circle hirer fltst calf. s'., K Th m..a o I
iLA.. and electric motor. old Lake Butler Rd.
I Themaa, RcaHarWAITRESS bars plow upWAITRESSES
H. Robinson after the
-\FOR QUALITY,. fOR rEAT RE$., FOR VALUE THE BIG SWING IS TO WESTINGNOySE charges $350 Cash. John O. Graham. 43* N. ., '
against the owners of the Tip WANTED Apply In, Orange St. 3tp 111; :w ANTE)): applT
ping Inn Altamease Johnson], person at L'aderhUTa Prlye In. 3S7 in person at' Bine Chip Drlre, In. tt'
,. N. Temple, Ave. Itchg FUR RESTcnfurnlsh'ed 2 bedroom -
William's Cafe IMadie Williams]
I house. Air condition. Couple and 41 acre
FM and utu 's'Cafe Ida Littles] cr connie with small child. SIS East o' land t miles wmr ED.: f were heard. The owners will be ratten FOR SALE Florida: 1 room piece let.overstaffed 1 ?H HP Washington St Contact Gladys. hit Jax J$,. fTa.P. SnlllvaH/Pbone Kiagebory.

NORTH FLORIDA F I SUPPLY S I. C O. lItIMerf 'tried County on Courtthe the charges in September Bradford j' Water aonable.Pump Call "mornings.Be dlx' .lroner.WO 4-tliL.Rea-It I Will Harrington 5p.m.: Rent 'or U7 Lease N. Walnut large St.anforn-after UpI FOR HAU5. "18"ho' t.,'i 4tf sows.he,till aad

; term. 1 bJrr lay be ieen Monday and
Ished Tudor style' brick home. ,10
224 N. ,Revocation the licences be- FOR .SALE. -! t McCulloch cbainaaw. rooms with steam beat and gas 'J'u-'.,. W. C. Conne;. Rt. Z Bos
Temple Ave. Dial l WO 4-2113 HI ftai'e.: .,
Carl Vaniaat. Lawtey ftp Uchg
II water beater. Pelng completely; ,
a.,I(LZ1tPtT &rauur IElM. came [effectiVe July 18. None of .
renovated Back yard extends full J v' '
the decisions was_appealed. according FOR SALE" Large lots oa' Polk depth of block. Centrally located. A Caih -ta&.1 n&-
FLORIDA Cartoon: Peck Your Own Home to Ralph Pickles,.district St. au4 Myrtle 8U north of W. fine borne for the discriminating ton 'fa.... ;K,.; jb* $ .er wt6I.
I Pratt St,:' -Plae Karen and family See at S22 K. Walnut
. supervisor for the State Beverage Saratoga Heights near Leonard Griffla. St.-Get man.key at 805 N. WaJnut 8tr Brig to Br 9fa..CMorty TeliLlpb. -

..'.. -" ,' -. Bipartmen : 707 W, Pratt' 8t_ ,.- waer_Stp-- .111; can WO '-ll l. 4tehg>l/: .".r",. -,' .--** -
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STARKE. FLORIDA.__'_n THt'RSJtV.. JULY 28, 1960 -

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I Public Shown :!# ,!''.'I Swim School I UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'
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How More Lives .;..,; And Water Safety ,. By Joyce Rothfaammer

-I .aaarau,..AA6AA& &. A&& r tV

May Be Saved Course ConcludedThe f." I I Johnny Chamblee of Panama

( City is visiting his uncle and

Simple Instructions that .might c a ar :"dis annual Swimming and I I jaunt, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- f ;
P4 ; i hammer, and family.
rave the life of an accident victim Water Safety School, sponsored}
were given by Dr., Donald Chris- by the Rotary' Club of Keystone I y 44 $ i I' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joslin and fi

tofers during a life-saving demonstration Heights in cooperation with the P r 1 children of Albuqerque, New : : :i.
CuSDr7fft -
at Ktysont Beach staff (of Camp Immokalee, cameto I Mexico spent last week with Mrs. x '.
last Friday afternoon. The demonstration a c-'ose last Friday night with I iJoslin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. a ? ?

was given in con- the presentation of awards to,, 114 ,. Clarence E. Perry and brother-
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. --' --- ... ,< -
nection with the wind-up i of the youngsters of the Clay, Duvat -.r..a.
annual swimming classes sponsored and Alachua County area. Q YEveilt ryy Harvey Finn. Mrs. Joslin is the

by the Keystone Heights_ The closing ceremonies were H ,former Emma Jane Perry. Services To Be, Held This SundayIn I

Rotary Club. held at Keystone Beach and were grand-daughter

As outlined by Dr. Christoffers; highlighted ,by a Rotary-!ponsar- --7- ,-----'- New Preshvterian Church
t these aU-important steps jre: -.: ..,ut... ..,s.ri cd fish fry and a lifesaving dem- I Mills, W. Va., recently visited her r -- --- ----- ___
4 \. Go to the nearest telephone laonstration by members of the I son-in-law and daughter, Rev. I. wm-
and call Keystone Heights 4312 Rescue unit volunteers Charles MediaVe (left) and Gene Keystone' Volunteer Fir$ Department At Park and Mrs. James Neale Jr. and Worship Services he held 'joining Sunday School rooms !

for help.. Do not waste valuable Williams use resuscitator equipment to "revive Frank Byrd, and Rescue Squad. Dr.:Donald son, Jimmy. Sunday. July 31, for the first I'I were financed with funds obtain
'* Misses Patricia, 'Henrietta, and time in beautiful new Faith Pres- ed from the sale of bonds issuedby
time victim in demonstration
by driving to town from the drowning a staged at Keystone Reach Christoffers gave some timely) '
of the To Honor Larson Nola Mullins of Hawthorne are byterian Church on Highway 21 the Development Foundation
scene accident if there 1 is a last Friday afternoon tips on first aid and lifesaving
telephone available. during;:: the demonstration.The visiting their grandparents. Mr. between Keystone Heights and of Suwannee Presbytery, Inc. Air
and Mrs. Henry Muliins. Also Melrose. conditioning! and heating, glare-
2. Give explicit directions for two-weeks course was heldat '. ;
reaching! the scene of 'the acci Camp Immokalee, a' facility Head Of Masons staying with the Mullins' is their The attractive sanctuary, which, proof claM In 'the awning type

dent. If some distance from the operated by the Jacksonville son, Clayton, of Roanoke Va. has a pleasing modern design j windows, laminated arches, and

highway, leave .someone on the Riverside YMCA, on Lake Brook-I. Misses Carol, and Marilyn has just been completed and this terazzo! floors are some of the interesting -

}highway to direct rescuers to the ,yn. Classes were composed of l ijtfore than 600 Masons and. Schoch, daughters of. Mr. and week the necessary chairs, sup- I features of the handsome -
I. Mrs. W. L. Schoch, Jr. of Los plies, and equipment for the sanctuary -
scene. boys ana girls' in eight groups guests from all sections of Florida new church. Sunday. School
3. Give first aid while awaiting ranging from beginners to senior will gather at Gold Head Angeles, Calif, and a friend Miss Sunday School and kitchenare ,
Suzanne Lundy, also of Los Angeles being moved in. The women looms are light and airy, with
the arrival of professional help. life savers. Branch State Park this Saturdayin I
4. In case of a dorwning. ad- In presenting the awards, Ro- tribute to State Treasurer J. have been visiting their of the church held a work day"two wall of'windows in each.

minister mouth -tomouth tary District Governor Homer Ed\yhi Larson former Resident of grandmother, Mrs. H. J, Babersof Thursday when they washed win- Sunday School will be held at

breathing to revive tie] victim. Brinkley! of Tallahassee commended Keystone Heights, who was recently Gainesville, and aunt Miss dows, dusted cupboards, moved It C:45: a. m., and worship< Dr. Christoffers said that 4312is the community for its elected Most Worshipful Bessie Rutherford of Lake Rosa. supplies and performed other 11 a. m each Sunday.
an emergency number and efforts in promoting the annual Grand Master.of Florida Mason- The girls left for home Sunday. necessary chores in preparation
Rev. James R. Neale Jr. (is
Mr. arid I ,
Mrs. Rothhammer for the
that someone is there to answer F school. Glynn first gathering of the
ry.This and family last week visitedMr. congregation at 6:30 pastor of the new church, and
calls .24 hours per day. As soon Funds to provide instructorsand "homecoming"event is ; : p. m. Friday
as the call comes in it is relayedto tq facilities for the classes were being sponsored by Melrose LodgeNo. and Mrs. Tom Chamblee and for a fellowship dinner. I Mrs. Christine Bartlett is secretary -

the' proper officials and the raised by the Keystone Rotarianswho 39 and other lodges of ,the family in Panam City and Mr. The .$22,000 sanctuary and ad- ,

siren is sounded in case of a fire ik sponsored a fish fry at the 11th District,. with C. E. Mitchell 'and! Mrs. Raymond Wesley in

or' a crowning.! 3 opening of the school, and a final District Deputy Grand Master, Bainbridge Ga. Their daughter, i

Ray Chance, the director of one last Friday. in charge of arrangements. RoyT. Peggy Ann. remained in Georgiafor I
'Civilian Defense-may be reachedby Lf4'i'\7 Al Watson served as master of Lord of Jacksonville, a Past a visit.Harmon. C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR .
Alderman of Palatkais
4260 ceremonies in the absence of Rotary Grand Master, will serve as
calling 3$23.
: visiting his grandfather, H. G.
President R. C. Crawford master of ceremonies.
Dr; Christoffers said that lives
Estate and
have: been lost in the past due to who was out of the city. Festivities will begin at 3 p, m. Alderman. Appraisal Service

delay in getting the message, or with a program of music and entertainment Miss Ellen McElveen Is visiting
because of indefinite directions, ng at 9:30 a. m. provided by Morocco her biother-in-law and sister. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights

which, caused delay in reachingthe Homer A. Brlnkley of Tallahassee, Governor of Rotary District This week they have been doing Temple, Jacksonville. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sapp, and PHONE 4297
scene of 'the'accident He hand last to Senior Lifesaving' awardsto dignitaries will be introduced at family.
694, was! on Friday present some interesting work> with
feels that if the above 4 o'clock. A. barbecued chicken Grant Rothhammer reports he J
this that achieved the highest rank available at the ceramic tile:
group able his lost black LISTINGS WANTED
carried out it'will aid materially Firemen's supper will be served starting at was to'capture'
in' reducing', the numberof annual Water Safety Course. Standing (I-r) Bert Hitzlng, Judy The Firemen's Ball Strictly Oar-Alarm, 5> p. m. swan. He 'wishes* to thank all ,

Beasley, David Ledger, Shirley Dye, !Mac Hall, Bob llorpanc1 BaU la& Saturday those who him. Seems the On Lakefront and
fatalities as'well as. the, doss H.. evening was a lot'of fun for 'A caravan of 25 automobiles is helped Property Improved ;Unimproved
of : Barbara ,ixmley, also -senior lifesaver, was birct tQOk'over the town for a few Residential Farm >+
property, by fire.Unwanted, JOrry1dt''t'n! those who attended, but not sucha expected from Jacksonville, and.Busin ss Property.
not present when, picture was! taken. Instructors were Leslie financial Mitchell stated All past grand days. Mahreported seeing him
success for the Firemen -
Seltz (lower left) and Bob Max ley, of the' staff at Camp Several factors contributedto masters are especially invited to town. ,

Hair Immokalee. this lack ,of attendance: the .attend.'this- ,event.Prevails Mr.' and Mrs. Quincy Gardner <,INVITE. .. .. YOUR- .LISTINGS.. :
Removed -- .. rainy weather, and the facfTHat r....:::..:,.; End 'children. have "moved frombfelrose. .

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many folks attended the Fish Fry
MEDICALLY the night before Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Prevost and
and who's *
APPROVED KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy millionaire? Let's all go next i family of New Orleans, La. arrived -

METHODS year! Saturday night for a visit FULL ,DAYS SUN., JULY 31
Mary K. Scbattfer Bremen H.viveNl'arDrownlnr with Mrs. Prevost's mother, Mrs. 5

Edmund Victim Etta Menge. THROUGH THURS., AUG. 4thLEE'S
On Sunday afternoon, We are sorry to hear that Miss
DWY R Tournaments Underway erball. Winners of each tourna- young .
man from Jacksonville Frank Cora Lyons is. in the hospital.
In Summer Program ment will receive first place medals -
ELECTRQLOG1STTel I Hadley, nearly drowned at White She was admitted to Ala hua. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Three tournament are underway ,! representing the activities
General in Gainesville last week.
FR 2-8039 Sands Lake. Thanks to the rest**
in the Summer Recreation they excelled:! in at the program.On .
Rev and Mrs. H. W. wentto
citator end the men of the Vol-
For an Appointment .Program at the playground in the Thursday, Aug. 4, there will Leesburg last week. While Keystone Heights Phone 4150
107 W. Un'tl'fdty'e.. Suit 204 'park his week. These are: Bad- be a picnic, at which the awards Fire Department who
knew: how to use it, Mr. Hadleyis there, they visited their son-in-
GAINESVILLE, FLA. I.minton, Shuffleboard, and Teth- will be presented. Other awards .
e ,, alive today. I law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.E.

r-- presented at the picnic will be He was__, brought_,__ n_ to__ the____ Fire_ __ J. Hogan and family.
medals for the best boy sportsman ,
Station in Keystone Heights, and Winners at the Melrose Dupli- f y;
and the best girl sportsman.
Year 'Round Air was given artificial respiration en cate Bridge Club last week were:
ConditioningHEATING Thl'reill be a medal for the
outstanding baseball player. route. which revived him somewhat lied for 1st Mrs. R. P. McGill cA
The firemen got some of and Miss McGill, Mrs. Helen
for """ "'''' .._ ,, ,
4 is the
AND COOLING BY DUO THERM The picnic on Aug. 5ti
the water from him, and used Phelps and Mrs. Alice Ketchum:
boys and girls who have faithfully -
the until the ambulance for Pearsalland
oxygen tied 2nd Mrs. Mary
the activities ,Observe
attended sponsored
arrived to take him to the Bradford Mrs. Helen Madden Mrs-
FOR AS PERLITTLE the Summer Recreation I '
$ 5OO County Hospital in Starke. 25th AnniversaryMr. Edith Larsen and Miss Iva Hill-
AS WEEK Program, These include baseball, -
By the time ambulance arrived yer; and 3rd Mrs. Albert Spires
shufficboard, tetherball. -
he was fully revived, and: and Mrs. Myron C. Prevatt and Mrs. John Strawn.
I volleyball, and arts and
KEYSTONE HTS. was taken to the hospital for ob.. celebrated,their, 25th wedding anniversary Mrs. Martha MacKeachie is
crafU. "
'.4252 servation. quietly with a family back in Melrose after a visit in
A volleyball tournament will Fire College Planned' dinner'' on July 12 at their home I New Jersey.'
I start at the playground on Monday
DETAILS Fpr October on Lake Brooklyn. The large wedding Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka
Aug. 1- Boys and girls are
: Twenty members of the Key- cake was presented to them spent.Saturday with her parents.
I asked to register now for this stone Heights Volunteer Fire De- by their sons, Bruce and Myron Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason.

tournament. partment attended the regular as "the' cake they didn't have"
The last baseball of the Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parker and
game monthly meeting on July 5. Since when they were married in a .
daughter of Memphis. Tenn. are ti tirTI&4'
season will be the play-off on
membership is limited, new quiet ceremony in Jacksonville 25
10 Friday, July 29. members must be voted on. to fill years ago. I visiting Mrs. Parker's parents,
Coi Mrs.Hancock..
AMARC Arts and Crafts class will meet vacancies. The Board of Directors The Prevatts believe that team and I _

for the last time on Tuesday has approved the application of work is effective, not only at Steve Samson left recently for i. = ,
Aug. 2, at the schoolhouse start- (Continued on next Page) home, but also in business. Mrs. Chicago, HI. where he will begin t
his training with the U. S. Navy
I Prevatt finds her duties as her
-- the first diesel outboard husband's secretary quite enjoy-

able, especially since he is now TRINITY EPISCOPAL

b occupying his handsome new, air CHtfiCH, MELROSE

SEE IT NOW conditioned and soundproof Church ,
Keep YOUR Credit rating office building in Keystone.Faith Sundays10 a. m. a
School 11:15 aon. Morning Prayer -

I on display at high by meeting all finan- Presbyterian and Sermon (First Sunday,

Church, Melrose Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal -
cial obligations promptly.. ) Young Churchmen. 1

Sunday services-Church School, Holy Days 10 a m., Holy
LEE f When you lack the ready '9:45: ajau Homing Worship, 11 Communion.The 'I.

w a.as Rey, James R. Neale Jr., pas Rev. Millard H; Breyfogle
i cash to pay bills don't jep- tor.' Vicar.
I ,
ua c FEATHERWEIGHT i sa ardize your credit standing STORY OFd

by letting them pile up.
:!-X\ See us for a low-cost per d

,...',. 'j.' IN KEYSTONE,'i, HEIGHTS sonal' loan that can be repaid His" on Lake Serena

in easy installments. I
FIRST IN SAFETY \\ the AMARC 10 re- I t\ .,. NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Cow q xwzt ,a

quires no engine spiiI: :and uses low-volatile tl-0'fI T .o.J ".. large,"Iota! *;-fcr"a-park]lke setting doping gently through

DIESEL fuel}, therefore danger of gasoline .. hcge lire-oaks tide, sandy shallow beaches. Restricted
fires and explosions) is' eliminated. to'homes of attractive design and suitable for year-round

I Bvte .'If'yoa plaa.jo ftt. re'iIJ several yean end would like

t, FIRST IN LONG SERVICE no spark ,. ',to assure yourself of a pretty wat r-lroat' home site, come

plugs; no magneto, no carburetors, no THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK I and see,u ;)Reasenablefinancing can be arru (l. Immediate i i

;i valve springs, no rocker arms, no push tiailding,; not required. Open Saturday, July 23. Price PlllltiW i I

S i rods tq maintain built for long' operating Member RDXCL t ; ,

life without', frequent overhauls. '
;: A Bank in Friendly Coamoairy ADMISSION 75e ADULTS

First Lightweight Diesel Outboard ',' Keystone, Heights, Fla. .- ";_"' .' ., 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12t

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.TTYYTYTTTYTTYTTTTYT with a party for friends at her They will be back on Sept. 1. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I with Mrs. T. F. Brown, enroute I of Civil Precedure. If you fall to have filed my Petition for Final All, persons having claims or demands

home on Keystone Lake. There Jenifer Davis and Bottle Hard- CHURCH, KEYSTONESundays to Miami, where Mr. Brown will do so, a decree pro confess will be Discntirge. and that I will apply to against tbeesUle -of John
KEYSTONE entered against each of you for the the Honorable Theron A. Yawn J. Cowart, decided are hereby
were the usual games and delicious enbergh are expected home Saturday be working for the next few relief demanded in the complaint. County Judge of Pradford County notified and reaoJted to rue their
refreshments. Party guests after a pleasant two weeks 9:30: a. In., Church weeks. You are further notified that the Florida on August 29, I960, for Haima in the 6f/l e of the- County
HIGHLIGHTS [ School 9:30: a.m., :Morning Prayer nature of the said suit is to fore- approval the same and for Final Judge of Bradford CviWty.'Florida,
]l included Christy Newman Pamela at Camp Weed, .the Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Home and .close certain mortgage:: given to Discharge as Executor of the Es- in the County Ooo'rt .jUnwe at

Anthony Carol Ann Glisson young:; people's camp. I and Sermon. (1st Sunday, Holy .. Mrs,-W. H. McAlhany spent Sunday I the plaintiff !and recorded In the tate .:>f Franklin C Hollmgswprtu Starke. Florida wlthta fighi: calen
YYTyyyyyyyyyyy..1 I Communion 6 public records -of Bradford County, dPa'.td dar months from the
.YYTTTT ) p.m.. Episcopal (aol : date of the
Ann Baylor, Gail Wolfe, Karen Mrs. Rose McGibbons of De- in New Port Richie with Mr.
Florida in Official Records Book 6, : this ith day of July, I960.sj tint pBtilication of this notKe or
(Continued from Preceding Page) Williams, Margaret LaMee. Debbie Kalbr Ill.. _is in Keystone Heights I Young\ cnurcmnen. !| and Mrs.. R. C. Williajns. ; and chil at Pages 2S4-2SS: 2S1-283; %71i -% '; / James K Hollingsworth the vaiw will become void acq rd-
Ward, Donna Spartman, Mary again visiting her brother; Jim' Holy Days ---:' 7:30: ajn., 'Holy dren. -- i and in Official Records Book 11, at Executor Ing to law This Cth day of July,
Pages 31-34; and in the public records mo,
7 1144t -8,
Roy W. Tyre ta fill the vacancy Alice White, Susan Widegren, on Spring Lake. This is Communion." Here this ,week with Mr. and r of Putnam County Florida in First Publication July Tib, 11/60./

left by Patrolman W. H. Harvey.It Debbie Ridaught and. a lone boy, her fourth visit to our town in Third Wednesday Parish!' Mrs.:C. A. Cox are their son and Official Records Book certain 38, at Page I. The Coaaly Judgr Court Of''. /Administratrix"' Oren? P. Cowart
with -
;508; together a unrecorded
was moved and passed that Bob Williams. Later in the afternoon the .past year. Like so many others Covered Dish Supper, 6 or; 6:30: daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs- pledge agreement said Bradford foualr Florid I' John J. Cowart. deceased.the Estate of

the by-laws be ammended to admit -' four of Vanessa's boy cou- she" seems to like it here. ] pjn.The C. A. Cox, Jr. and children of mortgages t-ncuniberUig: all of the, J. 4' ".tc Hollis \ Knight,
lands and personal property here- In He1state of John J. Cow art, Starke. Florida
State Patrol Officers Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle
Highway sins came to visit the Millicans Wally Muhlhofer came home Miami. inabove ,desvrU ed, jaad for the ..Usceasd.M.ttc. Attorney for Administratrix
and other Police Officersas I from Bradford Vicar. I creeing.off A 'Ale of ajd l>rw> Ik-I f: ,TP 'llImiTOIlS
Paul and Jimmy Martin of Keystone County Hospitalon ,,,.4... *ha jftvantiAft! flf !..:lid: I'ourt.U "' 7,7, 4t 7.2 I

ex-offido members on approval and Gene and ,Kevin Taylor Ft'day, July 2. He claims he REGIsTER:!OTICE OF IVFCMJOX, TO It is 1ierebypr4erd- tkat-this vr- .. .
of two-thirds: 9! the mem i. cf Mandarin, so Bob wasn't got "tiaie off for good behavior." COMMUNITY CHURCH Notice is der gad ,notice shall be pqMUlml r---- "We
hereby given eliminate
that the the
bership. once a week for four consecutive I I middleman's profit"One
alone too long with so many fe- Herb"Nelson came home from KEYSTONE HEIGHTS undersigned, under 'the provisionsof weeks in .The _Bta.4f.wd County
It was suggested that firemen uales. Bradford County Hospital last Chanter! 20,953 Laws of Florida published
Dr. Albert C. Holt -Minister Telegraph a exercise extreme care in handling'f Sprtfetfands .Entertain Saturday morning, after spendingfour Mrs. L. Clerk Acts of of 1941 the, Circuit will register with the In l.Bradford ,Couuty Florida and Quart .
J. Hetherington Court. in and In
a.geurs1elrC-2L1atiLmfl said
fire-truck, in order to avoid ,accidents ,On -Tuesday evening, July 19, weeks there. He has a lot of Organist and Choir Director for Bradford County, Florida. upon I CountyViLitthS, 1 F R;E E UltbEdch
to themselves! and others, 'receipt of proof of publicationof \ my hand\. .as Clerk of the or Gallon .
and fishingto
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sunderland eating and sleeping '
Smday; School 9:00: a.m. Morn thi notice, the fictitious name Circuit Court of .Bradford County, One you: bay. _
when answering an alarm.It i' entertained at an impromptu do before he goes back to ing Worship 10:00: a.m. of Name Memory Method, Eor 32, I Florida and tbe. seal .,f said Court (I ,
was moved that the Secretary party for old friends and former Starke, Fla. at -Starke Bradford County Florida -

write the State Fire _Collegefor work.Mrs.. Ned Wilton Johnson, Box I, Rai- this ;June SOth,, 1SSO. Prices Start at $2 qt.$5.98 Gal 4JY
Keystoners;, :.Ir. and Mrs. Orrin Mildred Glisson expectsto St. William's Catholic Chapel ford, Fla., sole owner. (SEAL)

a date :for instructions in Brannen of Brevard, V C., who leave Bradford County Hos- B htlSilZlCUl.Y Dated this 7th day of July, A. D., CHARLES A DARBY, Clerk of

September or October.A seie in town en route home from vital tomorrow after going in for Keystone 1360.: at Starke, Bradford County, the.\ Cirl'uitlrt, Florida. L'rdfvrd. MARY CARTER PAINT STORED
Mass. at 8:30: a. m. }o'lori a. >uoty
party Is planned for some-
Tallahassee. surgery on July 11. 7/7 4t 7,28: By S/ .11ar n' L.Deputy Crosby
time in August. Holyday Mass at 1:00: a, n. Clerk 501 N.\V. SJh Ave. Gainesville
There were tn couples At the Mrs. Floyd Baker left Bradford Fla. FR 6-7588
Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. NOTICE OF %TE:>T1O> TO
Local Couple Wed 50 Years Theron A. Yawn, Jr.
{ party, Includingseveral who had .County Hospital on Friday morning liEGIVTUn .'IMITIOI'SJE I

Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Lawton of\J ,also, lived in Brevard at one time July 22, after making a fine Confessions before all Masses. Notice is hereby given that theundersigned Past Off4ce Florida Drawer: 731 1JIITT iia: ---
Baptisms, marrlazea and in- under Starke. :
Keystone Heights observed their the provisionsof
I or another. Mr. Brannen is a Du- start on her "Baker's Dozen. She Cnapter Comer R. Hall
Golden Wedding anniversary last I Pont employee, as well as all the and her new son are at the home structions by appointmentHAMPTON Acts of 1941 will Lang register of Florida.with 715 Ingrnbam Building: iIzat'sOurflusinEu
Miami 32, Florida
Tuesday. They were married on other gentlemen at the party. .of her mother Mrs. W. W. Cox: the Clerk of the Circuit Court., in Attorneys for Plaintiff.

Ju)<.. 19, 1910. in Lisbon: Ohio.I CHURCH NEWSSt. i in Lake Geneva, for.the first several YYTTTTTYrTTTTTTTTYTYY'' and upon for receipt Dradford of proof County of publicationof Florida 7'7! It 712S; Jf |It;> Glass we Have III!

The couple moved to Keystone William's Catholic Church weeks. Mrs. Baker and son this notice. the fictitious name la The CIrcuit-Court- Of Bradford ? IM! 'CALL WRITE, VISIT

Heights Irom Illinois in October, Children of the parish will receive I are doing fine, I l are of Turnpike engaged Motel in business under which we ('osOtSFlorida i IB Chancery

1959. They are currently living in Holy Communion togetheron Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few and children south otStarke on U S. 301 3'/i: miles William Alice! Madge M Dougbman.Dnugbman Plaintiff Alias, Joe Peters 'Glass Co
the Muhlhofer house on Lakeview the first Sunday of each I have returned after a vacation !Bj MlJ. D. E.AAAAAAAJkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. tHU Ave John:, Starke Kopeloubos, Fla.: 800 Temple :Mrs. J L. .Vogt, Defendant. ( I ,

Drive. month; the men of the Holy trip through Mississippi and Ben Suslow, Box 1003. Starke, NOTICE OF SUITIn I :-i
The Name Of The State Of FOR ANY 'GLASS NEED
The Lawtons are quite an interesting I Fla.
Name Society will receive in a Arkansas, where they visited Mr. Florida To: Alice Madge Doughman :'
couple. They were both Paled this 14th day of July. I960. Mrs. J. L. 15 AP4YA& We DieHign ,Modem Stow .Front
tody on the second Sunday; i Pew's brothers' families and his Same Old Streets A. D., at Starke, Bradford Alias -

born in England. and came to I'while the ladies of the Altar So- moth r. Mrs. H. T. Few, of With Brand New Signs Florida.. County. Gates You Road Are Hereby Cherry Notified Eoint. N that C. a % .JWit Mail! Us A Pattern for

America in 1910. Mrs. Lawton arriving -: ciety will receive together on the !Helena Ark., Mr. Few's mother, Prospect, Durden, Palm, Lane, 7/14 4t. r 81f| suit in equity, in which the relief l 'J'abeTops( -

a few months after Mr. third Sunday. These groups will :returned with them for a visit. Division Florida Central most of sought is divorce has been filed ,!ai3N.W.4lhPJ.: iJiaJDe\fnleFIa. Phone FR.-24353
Lawton. Mr. Lawton is a retired la The rirruU Court Of Tbe Eighth agaiubt: you by William U. Dough-
occupy the front pews on the AU her Keystone friends will be to 'Judicial in the Above named
Clrrnlt man
these street Of
are new Florida In .
names -
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ceramic engineer. While Ifrs.Lawton ushers will And For Court and cause, and are sum -w---T. .
right of the aisle. and happy to see her again. Bradford Cuantpin : you
residents of
has never had a career and Hampton Chancery.. moned, ordered and required to file r ,
that the whose Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hiers
group streets named. But Case written r 4e nses to
are newly :No. 1J-878 your answer ? I
she has done her share of church li. is will receive first, after which sons. and Mr. and Mrs. Judson since last weekend they are well Ercil M.: M>ers. Plaintiffs the complaint MI said a.use in the RADIO DISPATCH?:
work and other philanthropic Thomas E. Thompson office of the undersigned Clerk of
the remainder of the parish will Hiers ana son. all of Jacksonville and his wife,
endeavors. f. advertised with neat new white Marjorie Thompson; Howard C Ed. said Court at Starke, Florida, on I
leceive 1. \ spent Sunday skiing and picnic- posts on the city's corners painted wards and his wife, Naomi E. Ed- or before' August 11, 19(0, and to -
Their son Arthur C. Lawton On their third Sunday the ing with the N. W. Hardenbergh wards; Emory E. Engel a single serve a copy thereof on fouls V SERVIC ,. t
with the names of the streets. man; Emory E. _, _
Engel, Knight plaintiffs attorney jvliose
of Miami and their daughter, Altar will recite the Rosary Lake Geneva. The a ingle ( '
I Society family on The seven streets named. above man, as Trustee for Howard C. Ed- addr si is P. O. Box 342. Starke
Mrs. T. W. Davis of St. Simon'sIs1and. starling at 8:15: a. m. Hiers men are Mrs. Harden- intersect wards; Ralph E. Kramer. The Florida. on or before said date, as
all the main street
Ga., were both here for, Sunday morning Masses begin bergh's brothers. on I'nlted States of America; Farm required by the Laws of Florida ,
arrived Navarre. Other signs throughout Home and Auto Supply, Inc., a and the FlprKU Rules of Civil ProCfduie. -
the occasion. They unexpectedly -I at 8:30.: but if you prefer sittingto Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Queen and tne city list'Short, Pine, and Or- Florida Corporation; Central Auto If you fail to do 10. a decree 'Z

thereby making their standing, you are advised to daughters are back in Keystone motive Inc.. a Florida Corporationand pro confebso ..will be entered { + I
ange Streets. Eaird Hardware Company, De against you for the relief demanded
parents' day complete. .
a little early Heights after visiting with Mr. fendants.
Posts for the street sings were in the cvuiuUint. .
Jerry Is Five Mrs. Herbert Nelson and Mrs. Queen's parents in Branchland, McIntosh and Order Of Publication And Notice This notice shall be published
Jerry Pawlikowski, young son Joe Pawhkowski will be in charge W. Va. and with his brothers and made by Glenn To Defend once a week for lour cvasecuUve:
I In The Name Of The
Wm. Phillips painted the posts State Of weeks in Bradford _County Telegraph JIz2
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paklikowskl j jcf the altar the first two Sundaysin sisters and their families in .. Florida iTO commencing with the iuwie ) SALES

of Ke.btone_ Heights. observed his August; Mrs. Leo LeBlanc and Cleye.and, Ohio. The Queens also end stencilled street names on : Ralph E. Kramer, whose of July 14. nit! (
5th birthday on Tuesday, July them assisted by R. L. Brown .1 residence is 117 E-attin Road, Fair \\ tucls my band aod the seal *>f
:Mrs. Harold Sutton will take visited friends in Charlotte. N. C. Haven, New Jersey, and Emory E. said Court at I Starke. Florida thin
and J. L. Brown.
19 with a nice party. There were charge the remaining two weeks After a visit with Mrs. Queen's main Engel, whose residence is 1570 Orchard 12th day of .July 19(0. \ / SERVICE .
Navarre Avenue, the Grove. Lakewood 7, Ohio,
games prizes, and oodles of refreshments (SEAL) .
Schedule for altar boys is as parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward and their unknown grantees credi-
street was a much more common 181| Charles A- Darby,
as well as a hand- follows: Sunday, Aug. 7, Lee Sutton Bleha, they will return to their before the turn of the tors, fcuccessors, and assigns: and Clerk of. Mid Circuit Court
here all
other parties
some birthday cake. I and Jimmy Fox; Aug. 14, home in Orlando this weekend. century name when Hampton Lake was by, through or under persons or against claimIng -7114 4t 8/1 chg RC\7iCTQR''Z Cll. ,

Guests included Jerry's brother Herbert Nelson. Jr., and David Mrs. Queen will be rememberedas them respectively and all personsor I
Lake Navarre and a Lake Navarre parties la The County Juds!'" Court, la
Tommy and sister, Nancy, I' Schaeffer; Aug. 21, Johnny and the former Carol Bleha. Academy was operated in have and right having, title or or claiming interest to in And For Bradford County Florida.. STEREO RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON (

Hthh! ana Bobby Hendry, Vickie Georgie Allen. Aug. 26 Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hartman and to the following described !. I'robate. SALES REPAIRS ALL MAKES }
J and Susan Whidden, Shelley Sut- Hampton by W. B. Young. lands and chattels lying and being In RE: Estate of Franklin C. 4-69O1
Carlton Meng; Sept. 4. Lee und children of Wilmington Del. -
I' Hollin eworth, deceased.
named for in Bradford '
Durden Street was County Florida and in
Ruffini. Susie Widegren. Patty ton and George Allen. arrived last Friday for a visit who were Putnam County, Florida, to-wit: Notice Of Filing Petition For I \
McGUve. Cathy Brault, Scotty the Durden family, PARCEL 1- Final Discharge Of ExecutorTo i1IEPHERbWU
Altar Boys for Tuesday morning Mrs. Hartman's parents, :Mr.
Marcia wish active in business here. AA.. That certain portion of "The Hav All Whom It May Concern: ,.
Akridge. Jimmy Mulling.
masses! will be the same who and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs. of the hotel en-Bedford Lake" a subdivision: lying Notice is hereby given that I I

Haberstroh Hank and Pete Mor- served the Sunday of the same Hartman is the former. Mary Lu Durden was owner being in the NWU of the NUU! 'liave filed by Final Returns as Executor I r OTMAN D...GREEN. ..OTNER. - 4i:.E.: CALL .STAKE'
here, when salesmen used it as a of Section 1:, Township: South of the Estate of Franklin C. -
gan.Mrs.. Pawlikowski was assisted\week. Nelson. Soon after they arrived, center of pperations for shorter Range 22 East, in Bradford County, Hollmgsworth. deceased; that I'
: St. William's Catholic Club will Mr. Hartman a newspaper man, Florida according to plat of same -
11Cal ing for her guests by Miss I regular monthly covered- trips to Hawthorne, Orange Jed in Plat Book :2, Page 25. public :
hold its left for Chicago to the Re
Helen Lambert of Atlanta, Ga.,, Mori- cover Heights. Melrose, and WaldS. The Records dish and will
meeting He
supper on publican Convention. return Florida and being bounded on the
who U the summer guest of her hotel burned to the ground. in North by the Section line. the
Cay evening, Aug. I. This will bean about the middle of Augustto on
June 1934."Christmas. East by Northerly projection of
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Char
I important meeting, with the drive his famiy home. East right-of-way line of Delaney
les Walienms, annual Labor Day weekend supper Miss Donna Emerson of .In JJJl1"FeatUl'fd Avenue, _on the South by North I
Vanessa Is Seven At WWU tfeeMn line of Lot ;5 of Block B otsaid

On Wednesday, .afternoon July Community in the near Church future.News Brooksville grandparents is Mr.the and guest Mrs.of S.her F. "Christmas Jn July" was, featured the subdivision.waters, and of Bedford on the Lake West; Together by :: ::g{fi%f:: wtf.k% {*; 1J t:Sti':;' ( ;::; .:- 1tit.

20, Vanessa fclhcan. daughter of Sunday July 31, will be Dr. Manuel. who live in.the :Walleniusdeve1c'pment at the regular meeting of thereon with the and improvements situ- ; w.7'v:: ..".,',:. f'_<..v... ". ..(.'4.': ,-::' <<"...1,':; '>.I"w.. .'" __ _ _
Thurs- ate the furniture and -
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Millican I Holt's last preaching service for Lake Geneva. Hampton Baptist WMU furnishings contained therein andTogetht'r : ::: .,,, :
on ; :.
observed her seventh birthday: I I the summer. He will be leaving Donna will remain all summer, day evening of gifts, July between 21, with the members exchange -- thereunto .with appertaining.the riparian rights tit.: t fifB.: .E.S."" _;"N'rrf. '...'., .1.v4 1.-) : :"... .t.. .!-

I ifor Montreat.. N. C. to Join his and she plans to be a bridesmaidat ALSO' lJ: : .
I--- ------- and gifts and supplies to be f yt -
in Other mortgaged property located ..
wife for a month's vacation the wedding of her cousin :
sent to missionaries brought to in Putnam _County: and Bradford fq. m.: :': :: ; : :: : .J.,. _ _ -
CHIROPRACTICSCOPES :their !summer home. They will Carla Jeanne Brice. in Gainesville County Florida and not herein. ; : .,,1&&

both return by the first of Sep in early September.Miss the meeting. above described.PtRttL : : / I
tember. Bonnie Carol King of Program topic for the meeting" 2 .I Ie:,,; WREl.i 'ld. :L' ..?..!
Lot One (1), Lake Bedford
was "Centers of Good Will, on it1
AAOTIIER VICTORYA will fill Dr. Y. arrived Shores, to the Plat thereof : :: ;
Ministerswho West Hempstead N. according -
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the large
mission work in '. "
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recorded in Plat Book 2, w. ,
his absencein and at ,: :' :'":<; ,. ,;,{,:' *,.:::.:: _: :A::>:;' ::': :
aunt ta :<
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Holt's pulpit during to visit with her :;; '' :$' : -:. .:: .:. .
July .
20 ; .. ,,
recent survey of Workmen's the U. S., presented by Mrs. Page :39, I'ublic Records of Brad "" ;'4<<: iJ: ;:,i;*.. :;)':'0::: :.. .::>::,:< .t,': !.t.. _ __ Cttir1D1 ;>
August have been engaged- Dr. uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wide- ford County, Florida. %i..Ji; f -I-.v. : +.,: I
Compensation .IUes meals. that ( Don .H>))1, Mrs.,C. L. Cooper, Mrs. : ; : 5k
!C. F. H. Kroeger, recently retired, gren, until the middle of August. P. AIiiO E4bt.l: 1- ;! :: thJ J.v
Other located
Mrs. .W
the K. B. Watterson, and mortgaged property _
cost! of .care In back injury -
from Jlw .St. John's Evangelical Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw of in Putnam County, and Brad-

cases treated by Chiropractors .Lutheran Church of Jacksonville, Norfolk, Va.,' along with their McElroy. Eleven women were present ford County, Florida, and not here- ) -.. V -a .' .- _S -
for the meeting. inabove described. 3' ; AL\ Vhh4 p
was $20-32 while the cases treated i will preach on Aug. ,7. lIe has a three children, are guests of Mr. I PARCEL 3- 4.N: '' ; A 4 -'

by other methods was $34.43 i!number of friends in our com and: Mrs. Harold Sutton and I I Personals Lot* Six (6), Seven (7), Eight ] i 1 r '.. J.
per Lamar Brown and C. W. Slade (?) and Nine (9), of Block Eleven .., i'f" .
ease.: JThU rot only represented a1 I munity. The Gideons International family on Lake Keystone. Mrs. took a few days' vacation trip (11), In Livingston! Truby and :(4 ;)ay&utzI; &! :i' ? ". I IiiHAbzi

largo financial sa\ing to the In- ,I will have Qharge; on Aug. 14. Shaw and Mrs. Sutton are sisters. last week, driving up through Company's Addition to the Town >:: ;; : .::
of Florida. in Section
ion, ,21, Dr. John McCready. to spend three weeksin 1 "
They plan
nunuice company, but the en>-: usj. Tennessee: and North Carolina. Twenty-Eight (Z8). Township Six tft/ : $:1 Jr
|11'0' Baptjlst minister presently con- Florida, during which time (6) South Range Twenty-Two1 (22) ik.j' .- '_ : -'-
plojee was returned to pork tilth I nestedytH; } the Junior. College at (hey will take a trip to Miami 'and back to Florida. East, together with that ctrtain : E. H'ji ; :. .
Mrs E>L. Birt and son, Allan unincorporated going business k ::
Vj the time leshk 1 meant a; :
Ocala! will preach. The final Sun- and other points 'of Interest. Holland spent week .known as Farm, Home and Auto : .

sa\injr: not only to the employee',day, ,Dr. JB. M. Montgomery, a Mr. ana Mrs. J. K.'Haberstroh and. Payne Supply, located in Starke, Florida
before last visiting in Rome, Ga.. and all the goods warea.merchan- :
but to the employer! as eLW'hi Methodist, will conclude: the1 ;and children of South Williams- and .Eufaula, Ala. While his mother dise stock-in-trade fixtures, psolial .' :; : J" : ;: : ." .,.(:. II
accidents preaching visiting! paators. Dr. Pa. arrived last Sunday fora property including 1956
by port.
strjke\ you can! : ; : .t/:; :
gone Birt
was Ronnie was ...
Dodge panel truck, IdentificationNo. l .'.
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save both tune and nwney by con-i,I Montgomery pas a chaplain at vish; with Mr. Haberstroh's parents 82S94556:;:; Title No. 4187632, ff /
Ft. Lauder- 4
tactrnr Camp BUnding during World Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber visiting relatives in Model C3-P4-108): trade name, goodwill I;{4f1 -,..,-:;:-.:...,...-<. tl.: 4f: } 1-f.,. _t_. $ i4.4 ": 4

jour Chiropractor at onre.j j I War II, and he and hiS family stroh. The Haberstroh men have dale, and he returned home the licenses, and all emoluments z'rr.. t$<:<' ;flt. ..:' ..:..,hf.,.... .t;;
Bring: your health problems toi'.made their home in Keystone had a wonderful time fishing on !end ot the week with Mrs. Cleo appertaining property tuerto located, all in such Starke personal .-, ;t.tJl4t..tJr$1: ( ._}!;;i.4Jg;: : "-,; -, C :;: c

the Hunter and son, Lynn, of Ft.. Florida, .. .... .
Heights.during those years of the Lake Geneva and other spots. -
Dr. H. ,G. BellingerChiropractic : early\ lD40's.. Sara McDonald's Miss Phyllis Massa and her sis Laud Mrs.'rdale.Weat ersby' of Pompano ALSO Other mortgaged. property located \\lUJ NEW .

:home) on Keystone Lake. .was \their. ter, Gina. have come home from In Putnam County and Brad 1 .' '.
Beach has been visiting herewith ford County Florida and not faere- fl
Offices fonnsr residence. spending a week In Savannah, inabove described.
Mr- and Mrs. George; Saxon;
Personals par with their aunt and uncle !PtHCEL ;
42S N. Walnut St. i
'the, Ben Saxons and the E. L.flirt. The Southeast Quarter (SE'i) of
Dr. A- ,C. Holt pastor of the Mr.: and Mrs. John T. Croft. The
Phone WO 4-2831 Starke | !. .Guests for a fish fry at the Southwest Quarter (SW't of
Massa girls are daughters of Mr. he Southeast Quarter (SEU ) of .
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Community church will leave the Bitt home on Tuesday last -
or :
Section Two. Township Eleven. 40c A DAY
and Mrs- George Massa. 10.9 CUBIC FOOT :
728 E. {;nh'fultJ"e.. I after sen ices on Sunday morning week were the Ben Saxons, Range Twenty-three, containing ten

Phone_ 2860 Oainra l !fpr. pntreat.' N.C.. where he
join ,nis.wife.for a month's vacation and Sarah Aldrich of Pompano .. ,
Other loated "
mortgaged property .
20 Tears ;
Experience I It are guests of Mrs. Pre.ost'smother '
pit their .summer home there. Beach and Mr, and Mrs. Ralph in Putnam County and Brad: for quality convenience j and',
Mrs. Etta J{. Menge of "Ann" A" A_" f.1.. ,., t"ftli1UVItoJ' _", ford County. Florida, and not hera-' Here's Your BEST Big Refrigerator for ; ;

>- Melrose. Their main purpose of '- auu J.iUUiiO' ui uiuucaville. UUEL nabove described.s Buy! We've seen fern all, and no 11 I 1 value. If you're count' y, '

AQUA POOLS this granddaughter trip was ,to view who their is new the Mrs. Marian Gnann of Mac- tock Four of shares Jackson of Hall capital Apartments.common |cu.-ft. mode! today can match this 1 penny (and who isn't?}; iMSfOn! '

clenny \ as a dinner ,guest hereOn Inc.. & Florida Corporation, evidenced is for .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sunday last week with. her by Stock Certificate No. 4, \1960. Frigidaire Deluxe Refrigera- you

Prevost, Jr., of Keystone Heights. registered In the name .ot HowardC. V ,

All New. AJ1 Shapes_ Mrs. Pjevost. Jr., was the former brother-in-law and sister, Mr. .Four Edwards shares; of capital common $; W-(1z.-: ; :" :-2 t t4t2i't..:: -' .. '
End Mrs. C. L. May. 1iWWttt .. ;ii. i."w./J4j./.f'tH"'lq. .." ....,... .. -W d;; lNi4. fIE't --. '!
Peggy Gaboardl of Melrose. tuck of Jackson Hall 'Apartment 1-
and Sizes Nice to see Mrs. Mary G odson Mrs. Lizzie McKinney and Mrs: Inc.: a Florida corporation evilenced -
Niram Wynn are visiting Mr. and by tock., Certificates No. 5, j GET ALL'THIS..AND' SAVINGS, TOOL
tnd: her daughter, Mrs. Marguerite 'egistered in the name of Emory ,
Mrs. Lester Slade at Hampton
Ryan, and Marguerite's son, E. Engel. f -

Pat on a visit to KejetoneHjeights Lake. y"g and each of jo? ar* hereby -I ;M Frjgi i4air. Meat.T nder st tore. $ 9.7 t Full-width, porcelain- nam.l
notified that a suit in equity "
Rev- and Mrs. W. McElroyand "
from their home In Yan P. ias ben brought against you and : m .I J $.:*f fresh moats! Hydrtor-2O.1 qfs. capa jty)
children left Monday for a ilso against Thomas E:- Thompson "

kee-land, Mrs. Goodson and her week's vacation at Ridgecrest, N. ,Ind| his wife, Marjorie Thompson; I 1 i' i'Shfttf 'forag door even holds New Magnetic Door teoU oirtight
Daughter! and grandson, are former lowarif C. Rd J.nhr and hi!? wife,. .
C., where _they will attend a Itomehid ) "*" all the ground I / .
;Residents of ,HiHcrest. Vaoml E Edwards; Farm, \; J half-galUn milk potties way .
Soutlvm: Baptist Sunday School Auto Supply Inc., a Florida -
Mr. and Mrs. Own Brannen 'orporation: Baird Hardware Company PIUS. Feminine "Sculptured Sheer Look"! I
tnd children and 'TrainingUnion conference. a Florida Corporation and 'a -i: Mew, _
in .
Keystone ,
: ; AS (LQW AS Heights the first were of last week, On Su.nduJuly ,lit Rev',,*..Mc- Central"Corporation Automotive in the Inc.Circuit. a Florida Court _,..- -.' ':W.. -. .---". .' .:W.y- ".. ,..,,_.:..::>.>.."d>>;7d'>;;.; :' W J:.. .._..:t",!!o_ ,.W"A.:1'';<<:-- .' t -

( zuests. at the Holiday Beach A- Elroy was a guest speaker at the .f the Eighth Judicial Circuit of MIN-of ." L.
$ )
; afternoon\ service for homecoming Florida in and for Bradford County FRIGIDAIRE ADVANCED APPLIANCES..DESIGNED WITH YOU IN !
.partraents. Mr. Brannen. en em- -
Florida and mre each hereby '
PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size j pioye'cf DuPont and his family day at Pine Grove Baptist summoned ,erdert you -Bd required- PiwAid rf GMM"|M.**** ; '

Church prar Trenton, where he I W. file your written answer or de- :
Keystone Heights 4305CollectiCalk No Ioney Down !1 uscd to live In Keystone Heights was a former pastor.Mr. 'ense* to the. mended -<::911I plaint .JODAY..SEEITat: ':! :: .
Several years and are filed herein the .
ago. now : against you in above :

( : Accepted) .IJp To 5 Yrs. T0.P4J living in Brevard. N. C. The and IDs: 'Arnold Childs entitled Court and cause. In. .u1 _. .: .. _- : ::'1: L
; Brannens and children are on a vacation the office of the Clerk of the'afore -- -- v' L--,_=?Jr1f. were said Court at his office In. the
from vacationing 'Falla1iasee:1 trip to CovingtonVa where? they: Court House in Starke. Bradford

form rJy lived. They also went to County, Florida, on: M*before '_ the
TRIEST ,CONSTRUCTION CO. - Sth' day of August 19CA and to F i
visit their daughter, Loretta; who serve a copy of such answer :or STARK RADIO & .1

Cash paid for good flean, cotton has been making her home there defense upon Tberou A. Tawa. Jr., .

P. 0. Box 557 rags. No Khaki wooL since-eailier' this one ft plaintiffs attorneys whose .
Keystone Heights, Fla. or s mner. address is; Post Office Drawer 791 !

Btinr to Bradford County Telegraph. Mr. and !.Ira..Frank Brown of &R ..-D.ti4&.Q1l.- &.WL .U1d lU.E..C.U.L.I' ifi.Ib\
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Jacksonville: visited here Sunday Florida and the_ ,m Florida RuU -


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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBEILBRONN under the leadership of D. 1'.1 I wanted and needed. I sister and husband. '
[Russell Redding, chorister and'I Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby Mr. and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie]
r I Ray Norman, pianist visited; recently with Mrs. Crosby's Johns' guests Saturday evening
A Mghlight of Friday eveningwas brother and sister-in-law. Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johns FREEmlE
& peanut boiling social heldat and Mrs. W. M. Carmichael and: and children of Plant City. 50 STAMPS
By Mrs. Harvey 3IcCartbyvyyvyyTTY'RYYTYtvvYY the church, sponsored by the sons of Live Oak. Weekend' guests of Mr. and Mrs. GREEN
Training Union Department.I Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter, R. M. Markham were Mr. and
Hostesses for this delightful event Linda, and Mrs. Cox's sisters Mrs. Sherman Brown of Savannah -
Howdy Neighbors, and a very were Mrs. Freeman Crosby and Edith and Rosa Moore, visited Ga., and Mr. and MrsEd- Clip
pleasant weekend is extended to Mrs. Morris Carter and their assistants Tuesday of last week with their win Scott of Hawthorne.Mr. nal .
each of you.EVell'One J. D. IDarby Gaskins sister-in-law. Mrs. Marvin Ray, and Mrs- Bobby White and This taUIlCD
thoroughly enjoyedthe and W. H. [Bill] Green. A won- who is a patient in Baptist, Memorial children of Brooksville visited +raw-oi I
worship services at Heilbronn clerful time of eating and fellow- Hospital, Jacksonville. during the weekend with their Sea He ( W7i tb
Church last Sunday with Rev. ship was had by all. They also visited with Mrs. Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Nor- n I Iinll? f
Fred Dodd of Keystone Heights May uc again invite you and son-in-law: and daughter Mr. and j man and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. rlhlli II '- Merchaitts
delivering inspiring at Whits. Their children remainedthis Cre "
J L' eq Stem
family to come and worship Mrs. Earl Norman while in Jack- a
sour With
both the morning and evening week to visit with their Your Pur "
I sonville. Miss Linda( Cox remained : QI ,.
with Heilbronn Church wheneveryou I
preaching hours. Fine congre-I grandparents, with Murry visiting % a rr Mor e
gational singing was also enjoyed can. You are always welcome, and visited last week with herNOGEIJS ;the J. B. Whites and Kay visiting r / a i e Food Order
I the Ancel Normans.
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:- _'1 ( .-. ::<' ':_'P" :qHAUTO-' :: ._ : ;,'- :, : : ''-:'- -- =.-: :. ;: '--" Visiting Saturday evening with f Addres r.*
the Frank Normans and their : Expires Jul 31
I y 1960
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and M } lwe CODE -
Mrs. Lamar Reddish, were Mr. QUANTITY V
and Mrs. R. L. Carswell and
daughter of Leesburg.
Sonny; Henson: has returned to RESERVED{
his home in Jacksonville after
spending several weeks with his x LE
320 S. WAlrlUT ST.STARKE. .
I grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. FiA.? BBQ FRYERS each 99c iHTOK 5 / LIPpi /
[Ernie] Johns and family. Ronnie SOMERCHANTS
Kimbrell I returned with Sonny to
SALE$ visit with his mother Mrs. Lois GREEN STAMPS
Henson and other relatives in to 4 C a WITH PURCHASE: OF'EE /
\ Jacksonville. I HEAVY 28 DZ SPRING DR PINE
I Sorry to report that R. L. Morgan TEXIZE CLEANER
entered Glendale Hospital in ...w ., THIS COUPON EXPIRES
OFFERS A NEW\ Palatka others Sunday on the afternoon.sick list include B: IB'FC c r .L-- m r"vv Ff+:! JULY CODE 31.ST 1960 100' RrRiLo 1

Mrs. Markham's brother, J. D. -- .. &)
of Walter Garden; Rev. Cut- ROUND'BONE SHOULDER ,
shaw's wife of Greenville, Tenn., I ffwN? 1
and Mrs. Johnny Cowart Jr., and so _
Ford or Chevrolets Elaine Cowart, daughter of Mr. LB
and Mrs. Floyd Cowart. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS '

Sunday guests in our home BONELESS WITH PURCHASE OF 14 OZ CMCO
were my uncle, J. D. Fralick
and my cousin and his wife Mr. CLOSETD.RYER
; LB
and Mrs. Kenneth Ray O'Steen ; I JULY 31.1960 1ati 'sIa
and a friend. Danny Harden all CODE ST 1 rOglrr
s of Providence.Mr. .
and Mrs. W. H. [Bill! i .
Green's son-in-law and daughter, .CHUCK
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crews and
family, have returned to Lexing _
ton, Ky. Mr Crews was the evan- 1 r t. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
telist who conducted revival serVIces STEAK
recently at the Gospel
Tabernacle in Starke. -. RUST REMOVER
Sunday: guest of Mr. and Mrs. THIS COUPON EXPIRES
R. L. Reddish and son. Keith, PORK ROAST lb. 39c Fib JULY o7l's\960 itra'f
was Miss Eva Belcher of Jack- ,

sonville.Mrs. J. B. White entertained
Circle One of the First Christian GROUNDJ' 00 /
Church of Starke last Thursdaywith I
$J95 DOWN $$56 PER MONTH a luncheon. Seven ladies ,
f.ere present to enjoy this delightful MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
I event with Mrs. Margaret PURCHASE OF LARGE
1- Blankenship presiding during the. BEEF 3' L8S. I Spanish Bar Cake
business session of the meeting.
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Payments LESS THAN RENT. 12 Models To Choose From or J Instant } F THIS.JUl.Y-31.1960 COUPON EXPIRES itTIIFi .
rst Built To Your Plans. We Build Frame or Block. l lar COFFEE .tiY 1-sec s"' ;


You ing Down Can Own and a as 2-Bedroom Little as Home- for- Noth-3315: 1 a lU ;" Purchase With E
|500 or,More
per mo. GIANT Food Order OZ BARr C. 'A T" S U P''

"Gablewood" built .
m-- or the 3-bedroom on '".

your lot, with complete wiring installed, I 'TWIN' PET ..

all and sheetrock kitchen sink and furnished 3-piece bathroom- ,'- -set- $S: 116 per mo. I:.D' 0. G TALL CAN Jc 2BOTTLES35C

A Bevis representative will be a t our local headquartersSTARKE FO' OD -'-" :, FOOD FAIR AND
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every Friday afternoon. Stop by Starke Hardware on Call l Street LIMIT-6" PLEASE I' Mllk L 7L GAL 4 -i'I

and receive FREE Literature. CTN. "

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dale and Mrs Edna of -- -I II
..&A. & A&A &AAAALAA& daughter of Galena Park Texasare Last Year This Year 1 Last Year This Year
ness.Terrell Gainesville were Sunday dinner I I
visiting Mrs. Baggett's mother Green was in Wildwood guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Courthouse and Annex Utilities and Fuel Timber and Other Bridge Material 2,000.00 3,000.00
% Mrs. A. ''H. Harley and her for the weekend.Mr. HarI I UU.OO' ]
rell and family. I Expenses 3,500.00 3f> Purchase of Right-of-Way, Proposed Road 1,000.00\ 500.00
brothers and sisters and their and Mrs. Lloyd Wood -visited Maintenance
Repairs, County Owned Expenses of Procuring Right-of-Way 1,000.00 1,000.00
Sgt. and lira
Mr. Mrs- Les.Hardee, Jr.
By Enza BIancharllA..AAA&A&&AAA. families. and W E. :fcigham '
Jr. and of Parris Island. S. C. spent the Buildings 500.00 2500.00 Beautification of Highways 750.00 7 O.00
At a family dinner Sunday family Friday night. "
..... weekend with Mr and Mrs. W.'E. Elections and Registrations 4,400 00 2,250.00:> Insurance 3,000.00Payment 2,500.00
Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
warrens'l I Mr. and Mrs. Wuson Green and '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts of guests weer their daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Bigham.. Mary .Jane and Pat Legal Advertising fIOO.OO 1000.00 of Outstanding Indebtedness 5.000.00

West Palm 'Beach spent Friday H. Applcby, son and daughter of I Julian Green and son, ah of,i Bigham visit with returned the home after a Advertising Delinquent Taxes 400.00 3oo.0U Purchase of New Equipment 19,200.00 18,970.19/
with Mrs. Roberts' sister Mrs. Jacksonville Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville, were weekend guests : \ County Free Library 4,496.09 .03:>.1\1\ Road Tax Due Payable to Municipalities 10000.00 9135.44
Mae Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Wayner J."L. Bradley, son and daughterof of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. j|, We are sorry to report that Supplies, Expenses and Insurance,' Com .- .

Biggs cf Miami were visiting Mrs.. Kingsley Lake; and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and I i[Mrs.bent in Yvonne Tetstone is a pa. missioners Only ,f>OO.OO 7 O.00 Total Appropriations 108,400.00 125,107.63
Wells the Mrs. Warren and Bradford County .Hos-
during week. J. M. daughterc
Mrs. Gerald Roberts visited Mrs,I!(I pital, and Dennis Supplies, Expenses and Insurance, County Reserve for Contingencies 543.80 228.4!
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Pitts and Jacksonville. I i Yvonne i Tetstone Hodge is a pa- '
Sunday in
night Offices
I tient 5.000.00 5,000.00Discharge
daughters of Cocoa were speakingto Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dority, and,'i I I'adtord Doctors Hospital InI -
County j
Hospital. Starke., We wish them both a Fees of Prisoners 100.00 Total Budget 108943.80; 12 .33ti.lZ
old friends here one day last children of West Columbia S. C. I
reek. arespending this week 'with the I Mrs. Fred Wilson of Ft Lauder- speedy recovery. I Salaries, Juvenile Judge and Counselor 1,300.00 1,300.00 Fine and Forfeiture'Fund '

Friends of Owen Anders will Warrens. Mrs. Dority is Mrs. RESOLUTION Youth Counseling Service and Expenses 735.00 oo.OO Estimated Receipts:

be glad to learn that he is much Warren's niece. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12, Florida Statutes Salaries, Circuit Judges and Secretaries 1,288.08 1,288.08 Taxes 2.50 Mills on Assessed Valuation of

improved and expects to be at Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Baileyof 1952, notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the Salary of State Attorney 234.24'- 234.24 7949667.00 19873.87
home in few Ocala] and Mrs. Beatrice Minerof
a days.Woman's
i Bradford County Board of Public Instruction on August 1, mo, ,at Salary of Court Reporter 210.72 210.12 Racing Monies 8,750.00 10,500.00Taxes
Society of Christian Orange, Mass. were recent
Service met at the Church Tuesday -' visitors of Mrs. Effie Miner. the hour of 10:00 A.M.. in the County Board Meeting Room or: the Maintenance and Repairs, County Jail 500.00 'I x50.00 3.00 Mills on Assessed! Valuatiin of
Courthouse at Starke, Florida for the of Law Administrative Supplies and Exp. 500.00 500.00 9259138.00 27,777.41
evening. The Vice President Mrs. Miner spent a few days purpose discussing With the
Mrs. George Roberts presided. last week with Mr. and Mrs. citizens of the county the proposed school budget of said county tor Tubercular Hospital for Indigents 2,500.002.000,00 Fines and Forfeitures 45,500.00' 47.000.00

Mrs. Bumgafner led the devotional Frank Wells and Nina in Lees- the fiscal year beginning July 1.. 1960 and ending June 30, iswi l Insanity Inquiries '350.00. 7:>0.OU Other Revenue Receipts '750.00. 1,300.00
and the program was interest- which'budget is: Relief Allowances 6fIOO.OO 6.000.00

ingly presented by Mrs. H. C.' Lurg.Mrs.. Henry Hicks and daughter I. BUDGET FOB THE MAINTENANCE OF'SCHOOLS: Hospital Service for Indigents 12,0111.00 1,720.00 Total Estimated Receipts 74,873.87 lSti, 77.41
Wain Bright and Mrs. Robert E. of Plant City called at Mrs.V. .
Salary, County Officer 2,200.00 3,000.00
-Anticipated Receipts: Service Less :5 Per Cent 3,743.69 4,328.87
Lee. Eight members were present. R. Reddish's during the week.
1. State Sources Salary, Civil Defense Director 600.00 600.00
Mr and'Mrs.. Bill Burney of Mrs. Reddish accompanied Mr $ 841532.00 ....
2. County and District Equipment for Civil Defense 250.00 95 Per.Cent of Estimated Receipts 71,130.1s 82,248.54:)
Jacksonville and Mrs. Burney's and Mrs. 1,. W. Baldwin of Starkefor 176000.00 .
mother Mrs. Gibson, of Witchita a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mosquito Control, State, County and City 22,500.00 28,124.00County / :! Balances to be Brought Fwd.Cash (Sheriff) 9,000.00 .

Falls, Texas were guests of Mrs. Reddish in Webster on Wednes- Total Antcipated( 'Receipts 11,017,532.00 Agent's Salary and Expenses 4,200:00 4,500.00 ,

Georgia Ann Sapp last Thursday. day.Mrs Cash Balance Beginning of Year. 13,016.00 Home Demonstration Agent's Salary Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 80130.18 82,248.54/

Mrs. Sapp is Bill's grandmother. : O. J. Phillips and Dannyare Investments .' 65,162.00. and Expenses 3,000.00 3,150.00 (Millage! Levied Last Year 2.50. Estimated This Year 3.00))
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Jr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ... Demonstration and Illustration Material 200.ii 2oo.0U Fine and Forfeiture Fund
and family of Ocala spent the Phillips In Callahan this week. '
Total Available Cash and- Receipts l, 4-H; Club Camp (Girls) and State Short Estimated Expense:
week with ,Mr, and Mrs. Carl Corection: It was Mrs. Rudolph
Prevatt. Sapp who was in the hospitaland Course 200.00. 200.004U Salary, County Prosecuting Attorney 300.00 300.00

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor are. not Mrs. Rudolph 'Rosier. It Proposed Expenditures: Club Camp (Boys) and State Short Fees, and Costs, Clerk Circuit Court 2000.00 2,uO .00

visiting i their son-in-law and' was the :'correspondent's!! error.B&OOKER 1. General Control '31017.00 .Course' 20,9JJO 200.00 Fees, and Costs, County Judge 10,500.00 10,000.00
daughter, Mr. and Mrs., Rudolph 2. Instruction ." f 742,478.00' ,,. I ''Forest Farmer 2,110.13 2,141.41 Constable "" 500.00., 100.00
Sapp, this week. '...................... Office 1, OV.00 s 1,540.00
3. Operation of Plant 68,060.00 Clerk, County Agent's Conviction Fees, County Prosecuting ,
S. H. Thompson of Lake-'Butler Control 3,99(1.00\ 3mllJ.Uo
4. Maintenance 15,000.00 Attorney 2,500.00 4,500.00
was a Sunday, visitor of Mr.' and i 5. Auxiliary Services 63,800.00 Recreation (Payable Under Section 418)) 6,080.3; 6,283.12 Witness Fees Jury Fees 1500.00 1,000.00
Mrs. Troy Bennett.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas and son and 6. Fixed Charges ,l 15,000.00 'Publicity and Public Improvement (C. C. Other Court Cost and Fees 1200.00 1,200.00

Mrs. Freddie Moore all of Hen- By ShirleyHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Green 7. Capital Outlay 17,789.00 $4,000.00) 5,000.00 5,000.00Payment Inquest Physicians 1,000.00 500.00

dersonville. C. are guests of 8. Debt Service 53,052.00 of Outstanding Indebtedness 10Uoo,00 Salary of Sheriff 7,500.00: 7,500.00

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore. 9. Transfers 955.00 Courthouse and Annex Capital Expenses 4,211.66 4,00.00, Salaries of Deputies and Assistants 22,014.00 24,014.00

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Mrs- Mattie Barry returned .. 1-. Purchase of Property 'T 1,000.00 Expenses, other than Salaries 18,320.00 11,320.00Investigations
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Monday: after spending four ,.
David oi St. Augustine were I .
750.00 1,000.00Equipment
Total : .
weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs.P. 'weeks in parts of South Florida. Proposed Expenditures';, ,,. 1,007,091.00 ,' 157,388.42! .
L. Dinkins.S. .: l'She spent two weeks with her Reserves, Investments and Balances : ," '. 9A619.W Total Appropriations 143,050.87 410.12 (Such as Cars, Radios, Etc.) 6888.00. 1,616.55:

J, Futeh and M. B. ,Futch 1 l sister and: brother-in-law. Mr. ""J ,. :<', Reserve for Contingencies 1,221.18

of Jacksonville visited Perry Davis and Mrs. Foster Bollinger, in Total Proposed Expenditures. .and! .Reserves _4 \" ,/*-l.,,,97,710.Uu 144,212.0 157,1 //S.54 Total Appropriations 74,972.00 71,00(1.55Reserve : :>>
during the week. Fort Myers. While there they If. 'BUDGET FOR DISTRICT I AND s FUNDS: Total Budget for Contingencies: .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee visited'Sunniland Oil Field in the Receipts: ,- ;; Road: and Bridge 3 Maintenance( FlUId, County '" 468.23! 498.04

have moved into their new home. Everglades. On her way home Taxes Assessed Estimated Receipts: I Sheriff j- 4,689.95 4,689.93/
They sold their farm to' R. W. he visited her cousin. Mrs. E. S. ,2ooJJO 1 of
Cash Balance 'Taxes 5.4 :Mills on Assessed Valuation
Bryan of Jacksonville. Mr. and Bailey in Plant City and also her 8,919.00 42,927.68Gasoline
Total Available j $7,949,667.00 Total Budget 80,130.18
sister and brother-in-law Mr.
Mrs. Bryan and their three 49,000.00 61,500.UO .
and Mrs. Nathen Tillii Expenditures Tax HEALTH UNIT ,
daughters! are making this their 36,850.U0Cash ,
home. We welcome them. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce of Key Balance 7,269.00 Racing Monies 18,500.00 22,200.00Taxes Last Year' This Year
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited West were visiting the Edd Polks III. SCIIO.OL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET: 4.68 Mills on Assessed Valuationof Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 154.02

her brother-in-law and sister Mr. Sunda: afternoon. Receipts: $ 43,332. Florida Statutes 1.33 Mills on J7i949.667.00;

and Mrs. G, W. Durham Tuesdayto Mrs. A. F. McDavid and daughter Cash Balance 46,634.00 City of Starke, Reimbursement, work on Assessed Valuation Less :5 Per Cent ;?; 10,264.34 1
Thursday. ; BrVnda, are Visiting relativesin L 3, OO.00 3.500.00 --
week. State Funds p.587.00 / Temple Ave. .
Pompano Beach -
Mrs. Charles Shuford" and her 750.00 1,400.00Total
Other Revenue Receipts Tax Levy for Health unit under Sec. 154.02
con Carl, and his family have'returned They are. guests of Mrs. James .
Statutes 1.33 Mills $9,259,138.00Assessed
Total Available Florida on
from a two weeks' visit Pridemore who was injured when -. 56,221.00 131,932db ,
she fell last week and Mr. and Estimated Receipts + 114,617.6S : Valuation, Less 5 Per Cent 11,698.92
with relatives in Virginia. 6,596.64:>
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baggett and Mrs. T 3. Pridemore. Brenda is ExpendituresNew '< '.. < Less :5 Per Cent .5,733JS8 .
I visiting her cousins Eloise and Busses ANALYSIS OF GENERAL FUND! MILLAGE
r- Louise McDavid. New BuildingsRenovations 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts l08,943. 125,336.12 Purpose Milla-ge. AppropriaTaxes Max.Necessary .
Sharon Harrell and Mr. and !
WILLIAMSJEWELRY' \ Mrs. Jack Eddy of Waldo were of'Buildings \:'.000.to 125.3362'lifillag Assessed' tions Millage
Mr. and :. i ;* ,1-< "4 Zi Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 1015,943.80 County Free Public Library .5. '$5:35.78 $ ,398.09 0.:1'
Monday: night guests"of }. .. Year 4.6/S/ .
> Estimated This
I Mrs. Fleet Collins Gainesville.. ; Cash Balance'. 4 792.00 'Levied Last Year 5.4. Total Additional Millage

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and Total Expenditures and Balances 56,221.00 Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund Authorized 0.5:>>

family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Estimated Expenses: Maximum Allowed by Sec. 193.32 -# 8.00

WATCHES DIAMONDS T. Taylor and 'family, and Mr. Complete details of each separate part of the school budget Salary of Road Foreman 4,420.00 47,322.00Maintenance 4,680.00 Maximum Millage Permittedfor

REPAIRS and Mrs. Bobby Brannum in Pa- summarized above are on file and are available for public inspection Salaries of Road Maintenance Crew 39,7tsO.OO' 250.00 Consolidated FunS 8.50
latka Saturday night. at the Ioad Buildings 250.00 This is true and correct of the the
AH Work Guaranteed office of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction *at County a copy budget as adopted by

Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and the courthouse, Starke, Florida, and 'will also be available for such Repair, Upkeep and Rental, Equipment 17,500.00 2'1,000.00Gasoline Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on July 18, I960.
A. C. Williams 6,500.00
EOns visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald public hearing together with all supporting: g statements and information. Fuel Oil and Lubricants 6.000,00 CHARLES A. DARBY H. A. BISHOP, JK.
142 W. Call St. Roberts in Starke Sunday. "All interested persons are cordially invited to participate i in the Other Road Supplies 3500.00 Clerk Chairman

Starke, Fla. Terry McDavid was in Tallahassee public hearing and discuss the school program- and budget for this -

'over the weekend on busiHow's county for the ensuing year

H. P. Morgan, Secretary.. It

5' Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County will meeton 4 yt4 rater ski shows daily

ser August.1, .1960, at 10:00: A.M., for the purpose of Hearing requestsand 10:3111I 1.ssm UI pal US pel .' s' a

: r AC,, a a complaints regarding the 1960-61 Budgets and tram day to day .; '- '
thereafter if it deems. it necessary

General Fund I r r&il
Estimated Receipts: i .1'.1 :f .'
Last Year This 'Yar' _
.Taxes 8.02 Mills on Assessed Valuation -' .... ....

of 7949667.00 1) 63756.32 OUR GAS IS WHAT I
Your 4 Railroad and Telegraph License
) 600.00 1000.00
Racing Monies A WOMAN ASKS, W
47,300.00 TO UGHTEM MAMV I
Insurance Agent's License

? Mosquito Control State Board of 600.00 1000.00 HOUSEHOLD TASKSWe I ?; 1 s1 -
Today Health (State 1)) 7000.00 7,000.00 I II 'r .

Mosquito Control State Board'of ASE ,

Health (State II) 2,800.00 2,450.00 I #r q s L

Difficult to ,predict the course of human events? State Matching Funds (Hospital) 5,779.00 2500.00

True. But not so difficult to change it in'your favor Taxes 8.24 Mills on Assessed ValuationOf 1j -I .

$9,259,138.00 .
1- "
) .,
-by IOttfghi.( Candidates Filing-rees 1,800.00 I I

.... ... .. .,. Occupational License '. 1250.00 '1500.00 I ;;" t't'I
Foresight means making wise provision for the Beverage License 500.00 1,000.00 .
Excess Fees, Tax Assessor 1,750.00 1,750.00 f

unprafcrfofck (Litho sudden emergency.the unexpected Excess Fees, Tax Collector 1750.00; 1,750.00
have just received a .
) as well as for theJnecftoble Excess Fees, Clerk Circuit Court' 1,750.00 1,500.00 '"
opportunity ,- whole truck load of stoves. ;. .
f Fees, County'JudgeFines 1750.00 '
(growing older, for instance). from County Free 1,750.00 These stoves must go to make
Library 60.00
for We give good '
room more.
City of Starke, Donations to Library 720.00 720.00 ,
trade-ins on old stoves. Now'stlie
be ? 'City of Starke, Mosquito Control l 5,006.00 .
May we specific 5,000.00 time .to trade. Come on k Air l'd.

,- Other Revenue Receipts ,1.250.00145.8S5.32 1,300.00
in and take your choice!

'At some crudal turning point in your life, the pos
t Total 'Estimated Receipts. ; 153, n .30 WE ALSO CARRY b
session of >a.sound reserve of ready cash- in the bank Less 5 Per Cent 7,293.27 7690.76 Electric Refrigerators, Gas 4

m&ke'atl the difference in the world la i/oltf/ Clothes Dryers, Electric

may 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 138,572.05 146,124.54 Washing ;Machines, Gas Hot ENJOY COOL COMFORT -- _
future. Balances to be Brought Forward: cash Water Heaters.

*"-, .' (Mosquito Control) 5,700.00 11,674.00
Take the temper out of summer' temperature! Electric AIR
You can face the future with more courage, bore : OUR COMPLETE LINE
: T \\b['Estimated:'Receipts and Balances 144,272.05 157,798.54' IS MERCHANDISE OF THE CONDITIONING will flood your home with comfort-cool: filtered ATTIC and WINDOW

confidence: ,more chance. ,. of success by. reason of---your.;., ('Millage' Levied Last Year 8.02-- Estimated This Year 8.21). BEST QUALITY. pollen-free ....... .. remove excess. moisture. ..help prevent VENTILATING are other wonderful FANS

foredght now...,. in opening' sa\1hgsawo: Dffn'" ',aM.} n .: .i '4rA 4 Genesal Fund mildew damage. Air conditioning safeguards youngsters from aide to cool umm.r-
-- Estimated Expenses; PYROFAX GASCLEAN e. o. time comfort. They
this bank, and adding to it reg Wlt.r Salaries,; County 'Commissioners prICkly bet: rash. brings relief from allergies reducestensions. fore out the hot' sticky
.. 6,000.00 6.1)(1).001lil ) SAFE
air and
I Your whole) will
family enjoy'relaxing, quiet, ocean-
ge and Per Diem, ill Officials 750.00 500.00 DEPENDABLESOMUCH cooling: fresh braaza

Salary, Clerk to Bdard,' County Com. 6.400.00 7,500.00 MORE FOR YOUR MONEY breeze comfort. .tool living all summer I long. Don simmer. .. "in motion.

Salary of Supervisor) ,of Registration 900.00 900.00 .! it's old-fashioned to be without modem electric air conditioning.

Community .State Bank of StarkeMember Attorney To 'ffeardAdministrative '25:00; : A.oo Z See your electric appliance dealer today!

I Fees/Clerk 'of Cir. Court 1.000.UD "500.UU jl jlI / 1

Federal "Deposit3 Insurance Corporation : Office of Tae Assessor 9500.00 v,OeO.OO : : FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPAWY' -

I Compensation for Purpose of Better _

Phone0 4-9S81 Equalisation 1,500.00 2,500.00 I r Wf 1 1rCiE r-- HELPING BUILD fLOKIDA -:... 1ftrk '

Office of Tax Collector 9,500.00 9.00U-00 4 !
Y. 'IU
"Thank You For Banking With Our Bank" I Coroners 'Ihquest and Fees 250.00 250.00 ;20/1 !'i ffi'f
: ..
I M Maintenance and RepaIrS**"*- Coothou 1,50000 500.00 i' _- _4- _.; __ _..,' .t ....'., rt'v >-;;',:....:- _:_ _,<.._ -_.-_ -.. -_'_.

-- J I Salary.of Janitor 3,120.00 .3,380.00 5-5--. --- S rJ--; iITL ,:jr t- ,-d'aift-< "- ::: ,;. I :
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.B, Ozora SheD will be held there ..-red milk. Thfr fee Unzs are
special race > poid
1 _ _ . Starke, Breeder Among Top Racers In U. S. ; times dar
& AAAA&&& u wu&&4&&&&&&&&&&& uuuu duzin,;; .the summer and Edwardsis eased off to three a
Wins Over $13,000 In Recent Phoenix Meet 'jJ7 iI j no;eful of qualifying several twice day, and finally once a
Citizens, Committee Organized i Ide the city limits a representative ,
I dogs for the richest event, one' day after the dog is eight months
A citizens Committee for the has been included on this AI. [Maurice of I
I I I ] Edwards seasons. I' that will offer prize money totaling old. Y .
Betterment of Youth In Reno and !committee because so of t7j4'JJ. Stark is '
many & ? ; among the fortunate Thai the energy and enthusiasm -
from $50,000 to 7500.(; Edwards is nis
aided at greyhound -
Starke has been organized. A t the youth of this community, frequent \ Americans who. have, level,ned to Edwards pours into his hobby j
I b ,,Ed-yards says that greyhounds faim here by Mr. and Mrs.
second meeting held July Starke for recreation and
was on I Ii i 4 parlay a hobby into a lucrative pays big dividends is ev1dencea -
23 at RJE 4 are a? friendly as any other dog i i.befo. I- Otis Padgett. They mix toed formulas -
school at which time services.
I ., business, thereby performing the by the fact that he came
tire t .? being trained to chase : feed the dogs watch care-
following officers were elect- I Visits will be made to the _L magical trick of combining busi- away with more than $13,000 of
"Rust ", the mechanical decoy fully over the "expectant" female
ed with Deacon A. O. Jenkins, : ;
;homes of before offeredin
I In parents problems r ness with; "pleasure"and"making the S50.000 prize money
siding Eddie' I *_ V + .- that :always remains just: out of greyhounds and care for the
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Principal arise so that they can be prevented # ". it pa/. the annual futurity puppy t
Thompkins.chairman Amos Wil-II I their reach. After that, they be-I pUPPies after birth.
through the combined efforts Formerly an 'engineer with ..the'State [ races? held:! in Phoenix Arizona
liams, vice-chairman; Supervisor I j of this committee and par- last ir-,..ng."J i come somewhat high-strung and Dogs injured in races are returned -
Road Department, and now
Ozora Shell, secretary; :Lottie ents. Other activities for fun and .K owner of Bradford Engineering One of Edwards' dos. Ed's1 I temperamental.; i to the farm for a rest.

Williams treasurer; Rev. George enjoymentwill be planned for N gY Edwards feeds his dogs a varied :
Coin Starke, Edwards first be- Silver Putty, finished third for Sometimes, for sentimenjal ,yea, _
Lee Sr., Chaplain. The other parents that .will include: free 7. ; ., ; j diet consisting of fresh greens, '
a take of $7.000., while $2,000
came interested: in greyhound I sons. an older dog will tome back
membership; included Oscar Dell movies, family fun nights, fish ..-: '" each was won by Ed's Black I fish horse meat, produce, fruit,f
and Mrs. L sTF '" racing some 14 years age. Today I for "retirement". Edwards still
M. Royal. Trys, and educational 'a+ and milk. Their
community singing Smoke in seventh place and Ed's',; food combinations !
he is of the foremost fanciers!!
ft board x>f directors will be i tours. Parents are invited '.1 of the sport and has from 75 to i Black Putty, eighth. The rest of i arp ground in an electric i has Royal Stuff a 14-year-old
formed for this committee and I to attend any meeting of 'mixer and'heated in female
'" 100 greyhounds quartered m ken his $13.000 total was m !:&e"up by : a pressure greyhound, at his farm'
the following persons will be added :: the co.'nmtttee. The next meeting I t .k.1I<. cooker.
t't nel areas. Another 50 dogs are at i prize money won in eliminationraces. here. She bore many of the early
to the group at the next Till, be held on Monday, Aug. 15
tracks for racing Greyhounds are fed fur timesa litters that proved topnotch winners
meeting: Rev, R. R. James B. T. After that all meetings; will beheld i various specific ; when -
Ed-yards has dogs at Orlando i I day very young, with
Marshall, Sr., Henry Bryant, on the secondhand fourthnights In the greyhound compe-
Jackrcnrillo. Orange Par!:, and canned milk a vital part of the
Clarence Williams, and Mrs. E. J- until further 'notice Staff ; tition and made Edwards one of
Givens. 'Mdnttcello. |iuring the Florida j j I diet for the first six months.
,reporter. the LOP men in a fast-growing! ..
This committee is organized to i Heroines Of jrrfrho. o'L k F racin,:; season. He also> competes ,Then the dogs are switched to sport
I' at tracks ir| Arizona, Oregon and
help in preventing behavior prob- On July .anelection: was

lems among teenagers in Reno {reld .at the Masonic\ <:Jj ll'tq Folio Colorado.

and vicinity. They will be given with Worthy Joshua presiding. This suEtasr he has 20 dogs

the full support of city officials All officers were re-elected and racing at the Multonomah track

that Trill include: Mayor William !installed. Mrs. Chandler was in Fsirview. Oregon, Spendingthe

Jackson. Police Chief Riley elected Junior Matron; MrsCar- summer with him there are

Sweat, Assistant Billy Overstreet rie Robinson was initiated into r* a. his wife, Lucille: their daughters. ll,

Youth Counselor Florence L. Jennings the organization. A fine repast ; < r>; Gayle. and Dianne; and their csph

and other city'officials. vas served that included delicious' grandson, !Tom Edwards, who

This committee .is organized to homemade ice cream. M- A. M. claims> he has already b rome "a

help children and Sophia Royal thanked the group > real Westerner during his few ?"'
youth and prevent JFiIL k'AF ? '.n!
trouble or acts of shame or for the fine support given duringthe a& N.4ir { weeks in Oregon.
ytar and closed the meeting -S
disgrace from
happening in the '
with & prayer for peace. The J ern 7
community' The long range plan
will include group will be on vacation until 'Msnrlce Edwards! Starke
a communIty center
where boys and the first Wednesday in Septem- busine BiaB, Js ihovin at lefl
girls can go and
oer. M. A, M. 'Royal will attend ; wan
engage in recreation free from with Royal Stuff, a 14-year-old:
national convention in Pennsylvania greyhound that occupies a P Ar4
any of drinks but soft ones. tv v ; )
These are our children 'and it is and: vacation with relatives warm scot'In her owner's heart
and friends:! while she is a- Royal Stuff "mothered"
fur job to make of them the best ,
fizen& possible. Definite restrictions v.ay.Dov. s h" 3zr the early litters of .greyhounds -

will be placed on their contact Scout News that helped EdwardsI
and appearance on the street On Sunday seven Boy Scouts > F. nm. one of he nation's top

After certain( hours. No child un- were taken to Camp Coacoochee, fanciers of the dog racing;

dej 16 yearsshould be in the located between Starke and Mid- I w o. sport.At.
dleburg. The boys were transported :
street of Starke or Reno after t xi
right: Edwards *nd Ws 4e
by Committecman Eli Graham
Itf.p. m:? children
from 16-17
after 11 pm.. WKl .a friend of the trqqp. J>ecOn, wife, Lucille, look at the hand! 'a-S
Willie preen. Scoutmaster B. T. some trophy fir received at the

A plan: for rehabilitation of Marshall. Sr. .accompanied thefollowing ,Rut b Phoenix, Ariontrack' last

youth that have been convictedOf Scouts limon and Rob- :3hir : spring. Edwards had three dogs
civil violations .is being suited: I ert Ellerson, Eugene Blye, Jr. & 5y I to qualify for the $}OOOO greyhound .,

by this committee. Further' dY Sylvester Covington. Henry Cohen championship race, and tv'

Is being directed to obtaining :'James VMorris and William : V jV V his entries won more than
"foster homes" for children and Pierce"in. The American < Legion a $13,090 in the event. The }

guidance for youth who are w.frds rAaxllir.ry gave .a total camp fee V Starke breeder has won dozensof

of the court for a certain p;riod. to Henry Cohen, son of Cora Cohen r other trophies for victories 4 Y :-2'M.

Parents will be called upon to attend Reno. The Junior Baseball ii big races. (Photos Courtesy Gainesville Sun) _

meetings and help in this League, composed t>f Scouts, has ..
program for community. improvement played! five games during the !' will be one o fthe additional 6bijecttves Scott and Edward 1 jLee Jones were at 10 $. m.., Miss Fannie Belle,
Our main help will winners of' the trip. Mrs. Holmes Frazier in charge. After Sunday
with of
come season : a record 4 winsaGd'1 t bf the newly organized ,
from the if the Missionary Society School, trustees will be asked to''
parents who can begin loss. The troop will participate Citizens Committee for Betterment president
by 'seeing that your children register in the tournament which of Youth. Mrs. Ola B. Scott Mrs. Lillie meet briefly for financial report. ; ,

for school 'and keep them .will be held in Clearwater, August Girl Scout MeetingAll Mae Riley, and Mrs. Gussie All leaders are asked to contact*1 S TAM P OUT NAT :

in schooi each day of..t{.he year. 131JPlans have been completedby I Girl Scouts' and those 'wish1 Mae Jones were mainly responsible members trustees. and: .get help? for the ;I
Dr. Jennings twill'provide thecommittee Scoutmaster Marshall 1 for raising the $108.48 need- At'p. m. the'Missionary jVnIon ]
for this
ing to join are asked to meet Mrs.Givens "'
will meet at Mt. Pisgah
with ed to send: these 'delegates to
some heltul1n-
|:accomplishment. Parents of these
ormation to reduce absenteisms advisor, in room 22;; RJE Ohio. They are grateful to all. k. M. E. Church, Mrs. E. J. Giv- II

in Although our schools.South Starke Is out.auu I I boys in allowing this are worthwhile these to be boys congratulated program.to take This part for I&n All Thursday girls from, Aug.11 to 18.16 are at 7 elegibleto p. m. ;help persons for that this gave worthy donations trip. Mrs.and! ens District members President bf Allen in Chapel charge.All .,j [ X J RAE X PEN S E!

join. A small fee for membership 'I
Riley, president of the Junior Starke, and.Mt. Zion, Lawtey, are
is necessary to purchase a 'invited to attend. Filial for
Church, is 'a faithful worker andis plans
I charter. A representative from asking for the continued support -j participation in the Missionary
Gainesville will complete the organizational \WE SELL GROCERIES NOT STAMPS
i '" I ol each member and friend. and Sunday" School Convention .<.n .- -
plans and: order the
These are the kind of activities High -Springs must be made. The
'ly/ charter. Mrs. Givens has been that will improve our community Youth of the three churches will

added to the citizens committee and duce crime to a minimumIn be tra".sported; to the conventionon
because cf her leadership in this '
V July 28 to partiSpate
th-} city of Starke. Congratu-: Thursday : I
tand stagy ptber organizations in .'atl 'n5 to the people of -South in the program. Principal

SET! VICE the community that subscribe'tobetterment Starke for a job well done.-Rufus Eddie Thompkins has arranged VOUR.HERE'S vts'OaSCS, .
of youth. CANT BV T.MOM.
I Riley, Jr. reporter. to get a school bus for this community ;.cz'L\ HAVE AMY MORE NOT 60NNA A SWE l1- .
service. The bus will leave .
b Mt. Pisgah A. 1\'. E. Church, Allen Chapel Church at6
will p. m. N0' l TM .60NMA .
Rev. A. B. Vensin pastor, : THEY'RE TOO
Rev. J. A. G'rimmage pastor will have Sunday School at the regular sharp: Youth, and parents'are invited MOM! BAXTER. 1 HEAVY! :;- EAT Gityhsh i r
'observe regular pastoral day on to make the'trip.: Junior .
hour with Supt. Milton Ellertcn m .
School will bin at 10 a, m. ; m.E.. J. Givens reporter. .
aa day Co-chairmen, Deacons -j .
4U II with Supt. Anna C. Wright in Julius Royal and Saul Han- Fiesta Club: .
char f'. All members and friends Th; regular meeting of Fiesta
kerson, are asking full support J i'
I are invitrd to attend all services for the Men| Day that will: 'Clubvwas postponed due to death I I .
I during the day. On Monday! 'Mrs.i second Sundayin in the family of the host and I -j-H .
culminate on the "
i Grimm:?ge was_ accompanied by hostess Mr. and Mrs! Leroy I 0 :
Au.wst. A baby contest Is uni1. -
1 a from the Junior Long Tie will
two delegates meeting be held .
t way that will end on second -
t church of Mt. Pisgah. They will the baby .of [Saturday, July 30, "at" Water ak .._. 18
I ; Sunday. Help : I .
attend the Youth Program De- your choice be the winner. Valu- School.' We are happy' to report -I. :
I partmem 'of the State -of Floridain title : Mrs. that 1.I rry Youn, treasurer, is
prize! will be won. -
t 1
Cleveland. Ohio. Janie Mae Pauline Marshall reporter. home after spending more than CLUB ALL MEAT :

__ a week at Brewster Hospital. Mrs.
Ebenrzrr Baptist Church, Rev. Ethel Young, president will lb. lb.
return STEAK 49c STEW 5S
E. D. Robinson pastor held regu- from Tallahassee on Friday i
lar service with Mt Sinia Jilis- Biter
a course, in
sionary Baptist Congress; Rev. CHUCK ROAST CHUCK ROUND
Quantity Cookery. She is one of or :

". ..' Robinson Strong president, Irene, In Rutldige.Beverly Pittma,'.'I torium.the staff members of RJE cafe- STEAK lb. 39c STEAK _Ib 69c.

:t.; .... and Janie M. Scott served as 1 RJE Lunch Room Staff
I delegates to the convention. Mary
I t; We are happy tq, report that
r Perdue, Bert is Parks, Gwendolyn have three .- .
jwe qualified and certl-
#- !O: ., \ Robinscu. and Flora Bell Hudson I

I w a, A I WONDER L1 reported a delightful .trip 'c.to''Mrs.tied school Alma Jenkins lunchroom, manager workers;: BRISKET OR RIB STEW e

Camp Woodrest. Mesdames S. Mrs. :
Charity Williams
\\1 ; assistant C
Price :Louiza Brown, and Annette
WOUT PEOP& cook> ; and Mrs. Ethel Young, staff
: J .. Phillips attended the PTA Congress member. All have completed the FRESH GROUND BEEF Li :
:; and workshop assembly in

,.'- 1.f .,_,':.. DaUona at Beach. The meeting'was!Department prescribed courses of Education of the State for END CUT PORK CHOPS LB :

.0.;{ held Bethune-Cookman Col-I:'choollunchroom workers. We j j
lege. Rev. E. D. Robinson is enjoying
j[hope that we will have almost 100

preacned his in new it robe several and times.has{per cent participation of all FRESH SPARE RIBS FOR 8.Q. i :

: pupils during. the next school .
\ VA' t : Please visit our sick members and I term in the hot lunch program I .

..II.V .. ,$ V attend prayer service every at } JE. Mrs. True Lore' Smith 1 I
*Take my mistress, for instance. I hear her. ;) Thursday Hawkins night.in charge.Deacon'- Ranell Hosea has this completed her second course WHAT A BARGAIN :

simmer and is-manager at C .
i ;"> to the bank before closing Englirlu reporter. C. C. Anderson
UY. I must hurry Jr. HI.,.Lawtey.
Convention ScholarshipsMt. FRESH FRYER pjRTS LEGS-

I. t r ; :; Sir ia Missionary Baptist BRIGHTEN UP! ;

\ I corner-ailbox Convention: awarded two. scholarships Painting and Decorating

_ .t < of$lOO each to Miss Gwen At LOWEST PRICES THIGHS m BREASTS OR :

:, dolyn Marshall and Clifford Hudson '
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t i1 .a dog'se-view.but I take the effortless" :1' ; a AnMa1'haU will attend The Painter WHOLE FRYERS LBWE :
Floridi A&M University; Clifford .

: ti', .:iray, eyery thud! Hudson will -attend, Volusia- ,' Coun-- 414- E. South St. .

f*:? Community Junior College $i I 'y .

I Daytona Beach. Pastor: Robinson, fOOT A Iit I
is. to ,be commended In leadership I

1.ti' 1. provided: to encourage educational t ,

FLORIDAMK I help r'rholarships.1e Is needed in stated the educationalprogrpm. that more i ti i 1SUMMER COLD STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OF GROCERIES .

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at,Florida Normal,& Industrkl I

:1-i-: : AT: .S'tABJE. I 0. V't V V : ]College,' our church, related jTAKE' !! .
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se&ool.Allen ferif' as
.. IjATiO' .u..o ,..tw.EArtOE"A QEPQSIfIIIURAN000Pi f. ; :
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io ttlLFtProQ
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..".".;.. -'.. ,2..\. Rev.. I* 'A.: Sampson Castor, '. ..ltptmd'ttbbrf.1Ufd 6jJUEF! I PRICJS GOOD: .FROM tHlTRSDAY! TIJROUfm 2SQXDAY NIGHT :

"';: -- : mCe9'oh'S"'uri.- .. UPt.N: 7 DATS: A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. .
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"Tu'bLVE 1JJo'01U' COUNTY r..l ___ --.. ...1' _.I :... ':;:'ui.11.-'L ... ... &->a6. .. JiLV 28, +1nrm.nmv..mvnn
Hospital .and Mrs. Edwin Griffis. r grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward -)sight-seeing in Key West. Norman Wednesday night. I visiting in Tampa for some time.- I II "to Prayer Meeting two weeks ago
Mrs. Iiene Austin and children Mrs. Maebell Norman has returned Norman, and aunt and -: Mrs. Ann Young and son and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowen of I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lang of This is a fair average for this
HIGHLAND I visited relatives in Jacksonville home from Lake Butler cle. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones.I I Mrs. Young of-Starke visited Mrs. Starke visited Mrs. Billy Alvarez .Tampa spent the weekend with I'little church but should be bet-
last week. hospitalyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Mrs. Myrtle Barnes ,and: sons,t'I Younj's son of New Jersey and and children in Jacksonville Sun- j lelatiir-es at Clay Hill and in I.ter. He also reports ttie educational -
,[IBT Debbie Phillips] Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosley Mrs. Eva Stephens and children.: i Mrs Bea Pugsley of New York. Jacksonville. building is progressing very
and children the weekendin Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Young and Mrs: Loca LewiS and Mrs. Agnes day.Mr.. well
spent I I and Airs: William Lee and I Tommie Lang is spending the Of course workers are needed
4AjLAALkWWAAALUU1 son and Miss Evelyn Griffiths Larrimore of Ocala visited Mr. !
Tampa with Mr.- and Mrs. sons of Starke spent last week summer in Avon Park. or the building cannot grow.'
Homer Smith. RISING all of Starke, attended the Mathis and Mrs. Edward Norman "and
We are to be short of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardy had j I and sorry so
Mr. Mrs.
: reunion in Dothan, Ala. last Mr,-and Mrs..Gordon Jones Mon- with Mr. Lee's mother in St and J. T. Padgett
as Sunday 'dinner guests Mr andMrs. Mrs. Eddie Hilliard and daughter weekend. Petersburg. I 1'family of Lawtey spent Saturday news this week, but we are on the
Vanzant and family of Miss Gertie Billiard and By Mr*. Gordon Jone" day.: I. with J. T.'s parents the Yougan sick list again and could not attend
David two
Barnes is spending Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ of
miliard.fcev. Mrs. Vera Empie of Valrico visited ..71.t. ..Y.Y9....vw. weeks with Mr. and Mrs: George Brcoker and Kenneth Russ of v.v'vvvv7Rvrvv.y.Y., Padgetts at Clay Hill. church last Sunday. That is
George Chism. C. V. Hardy relatives here last week.
Huntley of MIllington Tenn. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Percy Knight of White- where we get most of our news.
Mrs. Zettie Padgett, and Mrs. Mis:'.es Bonnie and Letha Bell Mr.. and Mrs. Thurman Jones house and Rev. Clarence Knightof
I Mrs. Thurman Jones of Lady CLAY HILLBy
Jones I to do better
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hope next time.
Debbie Phillips attended the As- Prevatt and Doris Pendarvis of Lady Lake recently visited Mr. Maxville visited the Jim
Kxlatlonal Sunday School Meet- visited friends in Moniac. Ga. and Mrs. Edward Norman and and ughter, have, returned home 1 I Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stricklands last week. --
Ing of Churches at Middleburs last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and after vacationing in Kentucky, Norman of Oklawaha. Sirs. J. L. Strickland_.. Clarence reports the average in ; Cash paid for good clean, cotton .
Thursday evening of last week. Mrs. Callie Griffis returned daughters of Starke. Arkansas, and South $ Florida, Ernie Norman. of Gainesville &AAA..A.A.&AAAA. Sunday School at Clay Hill to be rags. No Khaki or wooL
announce Mr. and the Mrs.arrival Edward of a Herndon daughter home Sunday after spending two Julius Jones has returned home,I They visited,relatives in Okla a- I and Mrs. Susie Clark of Stake Mrs. Grace Lang; and daughter about 35. ani the same for I Bring.to Bradfora County Telcrapn. *-
on July 17 in Bradford County weeks in Canal Point with Mr.. .afteTUhree weeks' visit with his ha and Lady Lake and were visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward: have returned to Clay Hill after preaching: services. There were 30 n


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