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: August 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03544
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t After .the final adoption ,ofi;sessor Gene Long, County JudgeT. I g s rte
Bradford's 1960.61 budget of' A. Yawn and Sheriff P.. D.
377082.12 was made without dIscussion .Reddish visited the Columbia :

Monday rooming. August County Courthouse in Lake Cityto I < -..t ad.x aF r ;-.
1. the County Commission went inspect additions that had I

ahead with plans to construct a been made there. The recent I ,
boat ramp and recreation site on renovation of the Columbia County i ;
Little Santa: Fe Lake. II i courthouse was that. county's I

Thi commissioners previously,.answer to the same space problem I Fx.i.
bad: slashed approximately $33,000 that Bradford County officials !

from its tentative budget. They I'I are now facing. Ii I .
-L. yt; I County Commissioner Harold Norman !s seen above surrounded by large potholes yr 5
had said at their last meeting i Bradfoid Commissioners have ;
that taxes had'not been raised in I:i set no definite plans but all seem : (outlined in black) in the Old Law try Road. The holes have been patched by thecounty

eight! years, and they did not intend -uto|[ favor renovation of the present several time but they always seem to come back worse than before, Y

to start now. The commissioners :courthouse as opposed to building i At right Commissioner Normaa stands almost knee deep In a bad washout that

cut their proposed budget.a new one. The county at present I II I extends almost three feet out into the road. If not repaired, washouts such as this

and refused to grant even $4.000.I has iio funds for either adding to]'I might. .soon make the old road impassable to many county residents who use it to
for an assistant; county agent in I:I the present building or COI\;trusting ,i reach Lautey: or U. S. SOI the main highway
order to preserve the present tax. a new one. i
rate cf 41.25) mills. As the situation stands now.. to .
County Attorney! T. Frank 'I'get even an addition to the present : I
Landrum 'notified the Commission| courthouse the county would Old Lawtey Road Repair Guards Quoted

Monday that right of way has either have to issue certificates of,
teen acquired for a road to a' indebtedness or pass a bond Issue -:' '

boat> ramp and recreation area on I The main difference between: Still Mark : In StatementsAt
f f Little Santa Fe Lake. The Com-t the bond issue and the certificates'; Big Question JI
mission okayed the constructionof of indebtedness is that a bond issue -
the read as soon as the County I requires a referendum vot4 of I Rights TrialIn
Road Department can fit it into 6 the people With the edges of the pavement Lawtey area brought the Com'contacting the SRD Assistant\
the schedule. I However a county official growing over with weeds'mi sin't; attention the bad condition -'!District Engineer J. D. Ward, in I I

The recreation area is the first stated that he felt sure the Com- and with numerous deep potholesthe of the old road. He told Lake City it was learned that a j a statement before the Civil

in a planned series for the ,county mission would put the additionto Old Lawtey Road shows its the Commission the county's ef- study of the old road has! been i iI Rights Trial Jury in a Jacksonville
RAIN :RAIN GO AWAY Boat ramps.will eventually be a referendum vote in any case. !I forts in recent years to patch the made. I I Federal Court this week Ear
many years of neglect by both I old road had failed
and that it'is
constructed on Hampton and Clerk Charles Darby said the Ward said Wednesday. August Chifsser(( former guard lieutenantat
Undaunted by record July rainfall that .fell on Bradford Countiani Sampson Lakes also.. .addition to the Columbia County county and state road department j,now in worse shape than ever. 3, that the SRD estimates that it,I Raiford was quoted as saying a

28 days out of 31 'last month. lively little Gay rarramore, 5yearoldda.uhter The site will 'be located on courthouse cost $350,000 but I to Actually the nothing in has been done would cost $28,600 to, widen the I a number of prisoners were shackled -
county property which4fronts 160 I their courthouse Is three stories The road which runs 2.3 miles I I road the way of major J'' to the bars of their cells to
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parramore of 315 St Clair St., road to 18 feet rework it
repairs and to
1937 when 301
feet on the lake and is 700 feet ,and another three story' wing 30 south from U. s. 301 was restore order after a 1958 riot and
takes into her hands and rides out to battle the elinents Lavtey .
matters own the straightened. In the ensuing 23 irgstall a new drainage structure.It .i
deep. Besides launching ramp X 60 feet and a basement were has been- less abandonedby 110 restrain inmates from destroying -
titer all" says Gay, "a woman gets tired Of being cramped, plans call for picnic sheds cook- added. more or years the county and state have would take all that Ward said, sis.it property.

up in the, house all the, time., ; The Parian-lore are newcomers to, ing pits and rest rooms. The state "We wouldn't need near that both';* county and state since state over who should fix the to bring the road up to SRD The statement quoted Chesseras

Starke. moving here from Vala. about two weeks ago. will share a portion\.of'the costs. much Darby said. "And could 1937 when 301 was, re-routed to road. Sheriff P. D. Reddish who ,standards. The engineer also I saying some1' prisoners were

Right of way to,the* ed site was deeded to the county, that. many residents pf the. rural area 1938-43. said there were several I and the costs involved has been I[cells but he used only a fine
Last Month Wettest Remembered Ly Thurman A., Hancock of Hawthorne "Doing anything to the Bradford west'of the old road near Lawtey hassels between the county and rorwardea to SRD Headquartersin j spray that wouldn't injure the
and Guy Andrews. of' courthouse is a long way off still have to use It to get to 301 Tallahassee and approval is men. f
Starke. but the next move will no pubt or. Lawtey, tate over who should fix the pending as to whether or not the Another statement quoted for-
But Rains Moderate TemperatureLast After the commission meeting be by way of enlarging the bUild- At 'a recent meeting of the road then. old raid will be put back into the mer guard J. C. Batten as saying

adjourned the board members' ing instead of moving to 'new, County Commission Harold Norman -I. Finally. Reddish said the'secondary road program of the he participated! in'shackling"some,
.. I II Clerk Charles Darby,' Tax* "'AsWiggins quarters." Darby stated. .board member from the county ended up filling the worst SRD.i prlsonera>and"tear gassing others
month 'was the wettest I 5ta tWl1$.] holes I I i As the situation stands now cn orderspbf.,s Kipertor.- Batten's
I bra ttJng it'gd at that.I
July: that anyone tan remember i Although'Starke seemed wet, to City/ Council Advised; : "To Fight Apparently situation has .'neither the'state nor the statement, said he 'hosed ;down
in these parts and so far August its residents with a total of '9.37 I QualifiesFor like gone has taken the some. prisoners and sometimes
teem ,to be following suit. inches recorded,during the month : on that since 1938 until the repairing the road It is county.\\they howled but he declared. helidn't
Rain fell, in the county on all] by the City Light Plant gauge City ,Election t Increase Natural Gas Rates matter present was' brought before the if the county is < hurt them.Staements

but five- days Jii Julywitha] total -*j[more f_than. double] amount 19.90. Nobody commission by, Norman.; to spend $28,600 to l ; which nine of the
atgratfielpitat Jo J'4Lfiinches'tusingdlgureaktrom ;Wii n d.at; ; .. ff'JtTJust-hno t ,. torueZ.I n h AriorpaaIc ud; ; .!m.arJdato: acquaint'all the' foad seemq.tn came know just when road Commission Chairman: 14 former guards,made previously"
near "apcwnlnir September the 'cities ,concerned with, the btfcwig. to the. A. J IQaddyJ Bishop has suggested '
four I'I I Fe Ftre Tow on U. 8..301 vised ther City Council Tuesdaynight. i county to FBI agents.or state prison in-
the Bradford-Alachua County 13 city election was the incumbent :August 2. to fight.a, ,request problem. patching' the road with. "cold!spectorswere; read to the- jury
j line.. from Group: Ode for an eight per cent bike:In l But Thomas .said, each city Upon Norman's presentation of patch" a premixed material with TueJilay; August 2. Other state-
Rec Program In between ,the two ,extremes Wiggins.. _, natural gas rates by tt Houston Involved'win probably retain the matter, the Commission requested :limerxk: tar and gravel already ments were not permitted to be
were the 13.10 inches recorded' Wiggins Qualified for reelection Gas Co. separate counsel, to handle the I Senator Charley E. Johnsto mixed in. The material can be read under a ruling by Judge
New River tower and 12 inches to the.City'Council at -The company'asked for 'an Increase problem 'for them.In contact the State Road Department put on the road cold and rolled Bryan Impson..

To Close Friday at Louis Hill near Highland.: In 3 p. m. Wednesday by: paying in rates in June but was bts'opiniOn, 'Thomas said in regard to their repairing out. The government has almost
last week's Telegraph it was hIs $60 qualifying fee [five per refused by the Feder} rower the gas probably needs the old ro d.'Johns wrote The material Is. supposed to finished its case against the 14
3 stated thai Louis Hill,tower had cent of a councilman's $1,200 Commission. A hearing will beheld the ,increase company in funds but he Ralph Davis, executive secretaryof be durable& "Clerk Charles Darby former guards accused of violating I
The. Summer Recreation Pro checked 12.65 inches through salary to the city- clerk. by the Power Commission( thinks they brought it on them the SEW requesting that they said. "It is what the SRD uses to the civil rights prisoners I
gram will come to a close with a July :?5., but this. waS an error' in The deadline' for candidates September 20 in Washington:t: ). selves.. He thinks they may be in repair the old oa4.; patch; highways." through cruel punishment, butit
r bang Friday night, Aug. 5, on 'totaling. to qualify: and also for voters C. to determine if the 'gas c'ohr- financial straits because of bad Johns had received no reply to Daroy also stated "I think: the will be next week before the .
Pratt -Street Playground director Salsuma Fire Tower east -of to register is August 23.. just pany, will get the rate increase., management.,, his letter as tate as Tuesday, county Intends to help those defense gets a chance to present '
i Bob. Benner declares. Kingsley Lake in Clay County, 18 days away Thomas ( suggested that the city attorney August 2, of this week. But upon people- though' .I sure do." its case.
'In the the '"
county's case,
Three Council seats are the .
The program which has had an reported a total of 17.8 Inches. for "oppose' any move Houston makes .
only to be voted on' in said'the company had bad
Indian lore theme this summer July. : posts because the company has not .
weather when installing their ,
will] have as its final activity an 'The heavy July rainfall seemedto the so far very quiet election' dealt fairly with us and has be- Civil 'DefensInterest .'
dances and be general over most of Plan Randal Chitty, ,,present Councilman lines an almost impossible dead-
Indian, play, Indian trayed us in asking for higher
the exhibition of 'a miniature In da with Gainesville reporting chairman, and T. C. rates. The attorney said he still line to ,meet.. and. mismanagement to- CAMERAMA ; '\ : .
all of which contributed
dian village which the children 10.47 inches I not a record there: HateD Jr. occupy: the other two thinks that natural gas is the Lag ..';
increasing the cost of their operation -
have Constructed. The youngsters Jacksonville 16.21 inches:; and Council seats up for crabs, best thing that ever happened to ,
will costumes which Tampa hardest hit of all. with and both are expected. to seek, here.;
Starke. .
perform In other, action at the council
made themselves. record-breaking 20.59 inches for .relection. mind I
they "I haven't changed my meeting Tuesday night two? members Hit By Johns x
Finals of hop scotch deck' tennis 'the month. one iota,about that" he said of the Starke.Jaycees Carl

tetherball and ring toss I Lakes in the KeystoneStarkearea "but we'll Just have to realize Johns Jr. and Bobby Williams,
tournaments will be run off; are at near-record levels, Efforts Stated that we have to get in the ball appeared before the Council to Councilman Ruby Johns told

Members of the trampoline classes and boats can no longer'paes tinder game and .fight to keep rates seek permission for the organization the City Council that residents of
willput on an exhibition of the the Highway 21 bridge span i down." in Starke and Bradford M'
: to sponsor a, circus i County are =
stunts they have .learned during ping Brooklyn Lake; where little I On Promotion Of Other cities in Florida includ- Starke August 19-22. The Council I II "asleep at the switch"" when they I II LJ
the summer, and awards will be more than a year ago there was ing.Leesburg; (, Fort:Pierce will iIi i ok'd the move and exempted the display no interest in a civil defense -'I
made to those who have qualifiedfor a 20-toot drop from bridge to'I I'uter also be affected by the rate in-:''I circus from fees required to per;'I: program. '

certificates in archery. level. I! StrawherryBowl Ii creasel, Thomas suggested that I,form in town since it is sponsored,!!i': Mrs. Johns appointed to find I
The evening will also feature Damage in this area has been' the-cities affected use the'Florida I by a civic organization. The Duke why there is no active defense

the naming of Mr. and Miss Playground confined largely to road and I.Municipal Utilities, Corporation Paduka Circus from Tennessee i program in Stance informed the ir .,

of I960 The selection of bridge washouts since there are I Intensified efforts to build to keep them informed and to;k the show ,that will be here. Council at its meeting Tuesday

t thf outstanding boy and girl tak- no crops to be harmed at this i I Starke's_ annual Strawberry Bowl preSent'a united front to oppose The. Council also refused to night. August 2, that state law Y _
ing, part in the program will be season. I into one of the state's outstanding the rate'.increase. He said he has authorize their engineering firm equlres each county to have a

based 'on participation, sportsman Disagreeable as the daily rains athletic events were announced alreaoy written the utilities cor- l Reynolds. Smith and Hill of I program. Cities also may sponsor '_ .
ship attendance congeniality, and have been they have at least served -I' following a meeting of the, com porajion requesting that they arrange Jacksonville,: to investigate the I such a program if it is necessary,
improvement to moderate the temperature. mittee, in the Elks lodge Monday a meeting at a central !cauSe 'of sand and oil in the old I she said.

:Mr, Playground for the last' Although July readings reacheda night. I l city well at the power'plant at a : "A civil defense program is
week was Buddy McRae. U- 'ear- high of 96 degrees on during three Julian E.. Me '- C of C To HearLong's '\cost of$'700. I''simply a need," Mrs. Johns states.
old son of Mr. and Mrs A, R, Mc days most top readings Rae named gen ,.< Plan "So many complaints came inthat ."What would we do if there werea S _
Rae Miss 'Playground was Joyce the ,month were In the 85-88 de- eral] chairman o :.'..". Tax ..1! had to turn the well off";; disaster tomorrow" she asks?

tee: 11-year-old daughter of Mr. gre bracket considered "comfortable" -, the 1960 ediijorannounced ,, ".,,, 't.".'.'r'. At Next MeetingTax I Power Plant Superintendent Riley "It was stated at a state civil
for July.Another ,
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and Mrs. Frank Lee. ex -. ; Wasdin stated. defense meeting in Jacksonville
panded plans t'' Assessor Gene Long) will I Th3 Council turned over: to that a person's chances of survival -
I MeetingFor include: increaspartkipatio meet with Chamber of Commerce City Attorney Arch Thomas a are very slim if atom or hydrogen I j : TT

City Election Sheriff's Posse \ ed : .f' directors at noon Monday in the contract, prepared by its engineer tombs are dropped." City e'.
Restaurant for a general ;. Clerk Merrill Edwards said. But
of all Elks aiwell Garden firnu requesting that Reynolds -
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I REGISTRATION BOOKS Set For Friday as business, 'Mcfcae discudsicn of tax problems aiEradforo. Smith and Hill act as the the lady councilman. replied that z r: + ,
County. consulting engineering firm for should not hinder efforts to obtain .
civic, and social agencies in Brad-
'And Another meeting to form a ford County;; concentration on securing Long was invited to. the meeting -; the natural gas system. A rule in a program here. Y.
sheriff's mounted posse is scheduled the two finest teams in after he expressed views at the original bond issue on the gas Starke hat never, had an active
Q QUALIFYING*'. fcr ,Friday night.at, 8 o'clock North Florida; and the cooperation variance with any proposed plan'of system states ,that the city* must program Mrs. Johns said although -

_ in the 'American' Legion Hall and support of every indi- assessing property at full or I always retain, a consultIng engineering it has been thought for a

DEADLINE :Deputy Dolph Reddish reports. vidual in the area ; I ::1 near-full value in order to lower. firm for the.gas system. year and a half that one would
.> This meeting, Reddish says is "Everyone is&re that Straw] mfllage in Bradford County. Long A resolution was also passed by I oe. organized.' Apparently the former -
:NOON to organize the posse ,and appoint berry Bowl proceeds 100 per thinks he has a better method the Council 'authorizing a recre- directors of the program
commltteos.. A preliminary meeting I cent for charitable.'purposea and for a. general tax revision whichhe ation park hi Reno which win have not had time to devote to
Tuesday. August 23 was held two weeks'ago at will explain to the Chamber come under the auspices of the civil defense, she stated. Ten-year-old Larry GILsson throws In a big- smite for
which 25 persons expressed their Anna directors MondaY.At City Recreation Department Councilman T, C. Hazen Jr. good measure as he places a bag of boiled peanut in the-
receipts the Harry
,.,, .I interest in forming a posse. Crippled go Children's Home in Uma- their July meeting the headed by Bob Benner. ,Groundsfor 'said that a semi-retired man whoso waiting hand of a Call Street customer.

,This Space Contributed :The sheriffs department is interested tflla for the rehabilitation children Chamber directors-- --" endorsed the the park--will be leased. to the interested is needed to head Industrious Larry'sells from 56 to 100 bags per day and,
\. in organizing, the posseto infirmity." creation of an impartial group to city, for a 'nominal fee by the such a program. Such a person school clothes.
Is his "to
Weekly Publicize take part in parades ,and to 'crippled bv airy study the tax Structure in Bradford American Legion Post in Reno. would have the necessary time to saving money bay p
McRae said. However it should Is the newest m long line of boiled peanut vendors -
persons Larry a
conduct searches for lost County: Each director: was The >treet, .light situation in devote to' the program, he Mid.
Community Events+ by. be explained that the greater per in Starke is good Job o? Callrtreeta -
and fugitives. asked to.submit a list of names Reno was discussed again at theTUesJ.v The City Council now pa)1ng' and doing a keeping
.' Doyle Conner ,commissioner of cent of receipts from this: event for possible membership on the night meeting. Reno $50 per month toward a civil defense well supplied with tfi* unique -Silt em'deiuasy

THE COMMUNITY agriculture nominee and a resident go for worthy charitable projects tax-study group., Chamber presi: residents had previously requested program Mrs. Johns said. daring the summer of 1960. '. '

: of etarke said he would like in Bradford-County., These dent Carl Johns would'\h n ap- that: something be done to Council on the motion of Karen (Each week Caraerama win turn Its lens on something
STATE BANKOF to see Bradford County horsemen projects include the annual dis-.'point a 'co 01146*'' to"make. the light the dart areas' of.that secPower' voted to keep paying the $50 until trivial significant, or just plain interesting that foe
for the tribution ot Christmas baskets for *
into a club just .
organize finalse1ectJons. lion the new budget is made up
Plant SuperintendentRiley
worthy families a project that to make Starke Starke Contributions( .f.pictures or ideas
STARKE sheer pleasure of riding and holding most Mrs. Johns stated that the
i Johns said yesterday that Wasdin stated that he hadIncreased '
contests. costs hundreds of dollars and considerable are welcome) .: .:. .. ,. .
horsemanship directors.had sent In their name the bulb size from 2300 I town of Keystone Heights 'gives '
I BROOM SALE. Persons interested in joining, labor;. the Children'showat :suggestions' and that others are to'4.0CQ watts In that area. This !Starke a good example to followm .J- ..
Thanks other
', the :Posse are required' own /. giving-and! expected to' bring them to. the. '" put .a nraximum load on the cir-I organizing a civil defense.pro '" '. ." --' :s, ..
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n.I T..t- '.. .. ....,.. ..-T--or I. Mrs. W, B. Parks left Wednesday Donald Strtcktlmt 1YM fWent -- I--
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son-in-law for 'Afcantaf and daughter., Ga. to visit Mr. and fief I fge'fy. t tas( JrldLay. jat .DototJ. Community: Benk' ;t j&\vfly ays &$?n!.'4 dangling",dty Jl6ck! cord until all raiser Dies I'jd pastor in the;trfftetattng.fay pfoC Burial.! in tiajfiejgfctely. follow ton

i lospital. W41 rv :i d r tne gfrector, ends.{he cene. *: itt c.: .lqies
i Mrs. Dameroh { s (
Black for several I Mrs. :!.,B. Rosier nd ..ehildredsre ; ( i Toe catgrovel be |the added AfterJlMdss Jtttplrsil'Hojne wa* hi .

weeks. : 1Tf..tt1tZ :IfV.O. F ..-Tippins, I toucjir to file sceoe, although no chfrgg.Agtiye ___
I Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews and' fami#tin JacksonyUIe! today. the Comnnpity Sat*' sink i 6Ae pI ned it that way. ,Miss Day William Franilih Y-;: Hr'er.: 59. PUAreI/ ..werBill:
I and son of Gainesyilie are visiting !..il..iid.iJii..it.i.[ ,Lawsoh'andanfichlj $fifr W'iAJte: ftvtf the" florfd irid riutfeotr erfr riot >even aware(of Hampton. Sled1 i at ,tire tforversity ,Unto Lorrnie. itt U>n

)her parents, Mr. ,anrf > l's. t':; ; eri': J ef aridtj 'Xn4y Pest Control .one in the Jaycee of him. t tMan's of Florida Medical Center Hill. Lqster Slade. K. W. Waterson -

-- k.-* t I I Dave Paulk, this week.Jlr Jordan; iraf ,&2fs. :c. HJ&jntsterspent Midget League this week in thefst Saturday morning. July 30. following and J. W. Home.Registration _

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I children Qf Mandarin visited Mr. Mr" and ilfs., :Jjjill Mjoraf in -The Bank first zippedjast the I He was born' in Huntsville Slow,

Misses Cookie :Mathews' and! Three .BHS musicians. Cookie If I land I Jlrs. Joe Martinez, on Sun Panama ,. > Florida Pest Control 7-2 behind Alabama on September 13, 1900. ;

Bobby Taye 'Stht spent last Math: ws";'':fur; Walre$, and i Mi., and Mrs. .Dolph Reddish the ,one hit pitching of Joe Nets Stolen Car I His parents were the late James i iI !i Supervisor Says __
day.Dr. I
week t to C rdele. Gal: 'with Freeman Register in are in and Mrs. R. ,S., Mulling and and family, Jimmy'.Reddish,' and Brown. Harry Rabb had the hit W. aril Mattie Watkins BraiSer.1 i i I _

Cookie.'s: grandparents, Mr. $i ''Gainesville' this week as members family were: vacationing at .Lake Mr, and Mi(;. Jimmy Row and for the Pest Control(! Tommy Ly- of Coincidence"a Stark! man and the led sharp Saturday,eyes I! He was & retired roofer .and a Supervisor of Registration _

;Mrs. E. W. MatheWS: E't the Ilonda AH-State Marchfng Weir last ,week. daughterspent the. '..F.ekend' at orv .with two, safeties and Bobby July 30. to the of an I I member of the Hampton Baptist j;Marion L. Crosby stated ilon4ay,
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Mr. and Mi*. E. GKuschel i :They will perform at Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Cedar Key. Church. :August ,I, that
i White with one led the hitting I. ..automobile stolen from another very fey per ig1S)
:ind 556,5,. Gene Arnold, 'of Sari the Alltar football game Saturday and Surviving his widow, MRS.
1"- children spent' the weekend at Mrs. .David Reid and.family of Tor the Bank. Starke man. I are ;j dropped; from the .registration: ;
Diego. Calif. are visiting are parInfe :- night. Cookie is a majorette Beach and Marineland. Jacksonville I Ethel Walker Br&iser of 1Ianpton _
Daytona _
are week _
? spending ,a Joe Brown also pitched the Jimmy Crosby ::
i was driving pasta rolls have had theIr ,
Dr/and Mrs. L H. Jennings in we band Terry playstrombone' They were visiting Mr. and Mrs.B. with-her parents" ,, Mr". and Mrs. COriu unit Bank to its second service station in Jacksonvillewhen : ; a son: James W- Braver of i itbred to voting wcprd's-names re-

Mrs. Kus hel and son will -remain:! ; and! Freeman plays S. Outlaw in Jacksonville Tuesday D. W. Carpenter Santa Fe Victory of the week by beating 'he noticed at I rlampton; (;wo sisters, Mrs. )!yr- Mrs.
a car parked 1 Ctqsbyiays U t
here for two years while Mr.Kusc1 c'iarfh'ei-; I 4e :Sanford of Starke and Mrs. regira- _
evening. Mr: will.Join Builder's
Reid his family the' Starke: Supply 5-3. the station which to him looked Ltlon bocks close at 5 nv'.bctoter
is stationed v rseas. S. Sgt. Isaac S. Owen his wife] air. Mary ,Hill, pf Crete Illinois. p. -
and 3Irs. Clyde Terwillegarand oyef th -w Oekiiid. Brown allowed three hits in this like the car stolen from his ecu- [ 8 and that these
County Judge T. A.-YaWn attended Monfgue, and son, Gerard, were! will Mr, and Mrs,,H I have 'Funeral services in persons
family move Monday .Hough game the doubles by Wayne fin Charles Crosby. last Thursday were held! : well as .qualified
Association of newcomers
the annual I guests ,of his.parents' Mr. and. from Kingsley Lake )into the had as tecent guests .Mr.. and Chifty end Barry Smith and a July) 28. Crosby stopped, the Hampton .Baptist ChurchMonday ''ihould to the
register vp.t .fn
county; Judges in Ft. La'uderdale. Mrs. Virgel Owen\ of 702 Alton home thiey: ,recently purchased Mrs. H. L. WymanjOf, ,Lpckhaft single 1)1.GeOrge Smith. checked the license number and afernoori$ ;August 1, frjth c eft\l election in {Q1ember. ( _

last weekend Road from Tuesday until Saturday from Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Dwight Silveth :pf ,Miami Jimmr Kessler with a triple found the car did belong to his the Rev. WUJiam p. MeElrpy
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Mrs.Anderson p. E. Stone of and Archer Miss spent Manic 'route of from last their week.,home They in were-Tampato en- |at 1511 E'-CalI' street-, They also had as guests' last Friday Bobby White' with a double. and cousin.. The thief had apparently I.l._w .... .......,..... ..,."..-.---, : -"=-- _\i.-::; '.- -:::::,... --.1' _
MrsPearle Hough of Crystal! Tommy Chuck Schaefer
Linda Huggins of Jacksonville Lyons. abandoned it at the service sta
Thursday to Saturday with Mrs.E. Vancenberg Air Force Bafce.Calif. Beacn spent.week' with Mar- River and daughter:Mrs: Earn ind Fdp Graham with singles I FJRSTPThT

!L Davis ., where jgt Owen is in the tha Susan Ritch. estine McLeon of .Or ndO. rounded out the Bank's hitting to tion.The owner. Charles Crosby CEIVRcIJ

Harold Davis and Ray Gold ire "i. 5Slle squadron.. .... Mrs. A. B. Cellon and Mrs. T: Mr. and Mrs. James Sheridan boost Brown's pitching effort. was away at National Guard

spent the weekend at Daytona at Slower Hcwmr Machine Needles J. Strickland of Gainesville were :\f Was ington,: D. 'C.- are guestsof In the third game played this Camp when the car was taken qrflqg 'Worship At 1.1;QO A1I. _

Beach. Denmark FurnIture Co. tf visiting Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth Col. and Mrs. J. /. Griffin week the Florida Pest Control I from the home of relatives on _
and Mr
visitin Mr. Mr. J. p. Dill were last Friday. from Wednesday, to 'Sunday. evenged itis loss to the Community the L1kc Butler Road, just out Ev.enipg: $ezfres At $,,9 J ,P. I.G .

f\1\ fOU ? and Mrs. Oscar Hen- Mrs. Billy Dealing, and children I Jan Moyer of Jacksonville was I Bank by whipping Johns side of Starke. _
can 'am. Jr. and son: in Stat borO'; visitors 1''ting her cousin Cindy'Strickr 96Emmett
Ga. l3.50week. cf Jacksonville were Tuesday Oil Company Sheriff P. D. Reddish requested __
t drive : of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. land last week. Akridge ,was the winning pitcher the Duval County authoritiesto ( \ t j\k\ r

your wayLOWER Hope Holliday spent the past Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. and Replace, yea o4'| tentur ma. for the Pest Control although he chock the car for fingerprintsand
I \\j, to with Beach.Linda Huggin atJacksonville jfrs. M. T.. Hood of ,Clewistoii rhine belt witb-;. nwr-Sjaxer. Belt tllowed eight hits. Carnage. Duval authorities I I Y. ijQM t vt
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auto were Sunday visitors of Mr. and from Denmark' FwrnMnjt Co. UMIrs. In the hitting department forth
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and children I _
: reported they have
\\1' T. B. Harding. Steve Weldon is visiting. Pest Control Akridge helpedhis a goodlead : h 'iT71jtCy fLd
'iF insurance spent Wednesday to Sunday I .rP.lP !
..... with Dr. and Mrs. Carl From- :1 Kay Hart received a ,certificateof Mr. arut'Mrs.f W, Wv Shaffer, in' own cause with a double. on th$ thief. ." .' ---', "or ',_ ,,- .... .. ._", _
I. Rabb also had a double .', i : ..
and in ---
i retes" hagen in Clearwater. Mrs. Haynes I achievement cooperation favares from Wednesday to Sun- ._.c. ::: .1AT _
the advanced class .of dancing in r and Steve- Tiliev. Bryan Erwin. -._; : -- -= -,; -_ -- ; _.. I
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picked her -
daughter -'
up Marcia day.Miss I : r----- --- --
I Larry Mercer and Freddy Siemer
Baton Twirling at FSU last week.
Frances !
who had been visiting Marcia t.a.rut"1sJ spent
;. Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Mc- the and with singles also] hit safely for $ :,
Whittle-in Dunedin for.a week. weekend( with Mr. Mrs.
,, Mrs. Del Colley will attend the Ciane and ton, James, of Wilmington L. A. Taylor'. .and family in Jack- the Pest Control.
I Dela. are spending three'weeks Jeff Warren and Dale Crosby I
graduation of her daughter. 9o
with Mr. ,and Mrs. George with two singles each and Scotty
Jackie Saturday afternoon at Sr. Mr. ,a.hd Mrs,,IP; Wi' Strf k and Rhoden arid Steve Hewett with
Florida State University.Mr. Flynn, hay had as.. guests &If.and Mrs.H. ? _
Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof : one single l each had the hits for L ___ JooWayne's
I and Mrs. R. S. McAteer of M. Strickland and ::daughterof JOh 's Oil. -lf ,

Tampa were, overnight: guests Lakeland were visiting Mr. and Mhnal.and Tim,and Christy
,. Monday of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. H. A. Lawson over the week- Halley of Perry, Oa. ,,1 last..Friday ( I
Flynn) Jr. and Saturday, and! L .Com. and I'.l"ow Talk" At

\ :J Mis Barbara Colley of Gainesville end.Extra Bobbins tlmStock llrs. W. C.. Ttjomas-and'i! familyof \ H
I t gave :
; home for the weekend. Memphis erin: S Park Theatre
.:.i llelicvc I how how was dp with SInNer Bobbins at Den :,! :,.on. xday.
can you Mrs. Jack Parker and daughter tf. Mr. and Mrs. ?t. B. Rosier'andfamily
: mark
) ;; you eta save ea your Auto Pam. Cheryl Parker, Mr. Furniture Co., I. were weekend guests of Sum Mon. Tues.
f Insurance costs with s wonderful Mrs. Blanche Englander\ .and ,
and Mrs. Kenneth Glider John Mr. and.Mrs.B. S.., ohns. m Lake "
children of Fort Lauderdale are
new (owell.. and John Godwin were But lei.
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt this "Pillow>> T lk" featuring top
\2. !IN5URANCEcancd NAP. fishing at Marathon last week. I visiting week. : Mt. .and loft's., J- S. .tV9 Brant Turner of the State son 'travis of Water'street have
Charley Johns Farm spent the weekend with Mrs. C. D. Williams is spending moved :}!tic: .,210 E. Adkins. -street.? -o: sid a completely .spontaneous performance -
Mike Anderson. several days with her sister, ,Mrs. I*T ? *** J- i by'a large yellow,? torn,

Iren Johns, in Green Cove II I cat is to the Park Theatre
: Oming
Dr. and Mrs. A. Barry and
children vacationing in Springs. Mrs.Johns was' released ltestR. iy (Unit.; this Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Cash $
were .. uperette
Agency South Florida from Wednesday from the hospital on Tu s--iy. r A"g,7, 8'nd 9.
-.Saturday. Paul Knight of Miami spent Scheduled Here "Pillow T& k" is concerned with ,

Phone WO i-0121 several days last week with his ,the .affairs of the bachelor; with aJong

Tuesday Mrs. Lucile from Davis two weeks returned vfcit mother Mrs. D. E. Knight. From August :JO23 l fist of amorous conquests 617 W. Madison, Sf. OPEN 7 DAYS A;>VEJK I p olcyO 4-9231

131 S.. Walnue St. with her son-in-law and daughter ._ Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez of and a serious-minded attractiv

StarkeFla. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. Delray Beach were weektnd The mobile unit of Me FJorfdi career gir> who share a telephone We wishto take this opportunity ,to thank YOU our friends anticustomers
'guests of Mrs. :M. H. Lang and p'arfy line and get to Iflte' each ,
and family in Florala. Ala. State Board of -Health Ir be In i
C...I. MM., .,f. }'f. Vickers\ and family Mr. and Mrs,. Paul Raymond. .' Bradford Coafaty Coring -!he- other- despite a hilarious feud. for,making :it possible ,for ,us (io 'have an Anniveraary:
joined Mr. Vickers in Bri4SWICk.Ga. 1. Mr., and$Mrs. Fred ..Leonhard free I Tony RSndair, as "an oft-married Sale I We
i where will spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. period Alfe. 10-23 to give young millionaire, and Thelma sincerely i appreciate y our business ,arid }hope to $erye
they '
on Tuesday :
chest to all'persons 1?
make their home at ,60 Sunset .Morris Jackson in.Ocala. years and x-rays older. _. I Ritter, as a constantly inebriated .you for many years .to c me. Yo u may be assured that we will!
domestic, are co-starred. Television -
Blvd., Country Club Park Bruns- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fox of Siller The following schedule, will be serve only {he fitie'st merchandise l at the lowest
City, 'N.: C. ,are ,moving to Saratoga observed, actress5 Julia Meade also] you possible ,price.
wick.Mrs. Heights Aug., 8. ).Lr. Fox :. has a chief supporting r 1. Again Thank You
B. A. Pope, Jrj; and chil- ? pn Aug. 10 Brooker,Community THE DOUGLAS FAMILY
will be the new "pro" at the The cat enters the picture when 1
dren returned to Norfolk Va. House., 11 ,a.'ml to ,? p.m,;,Hampton had! -
ewL Starke Golf and Club. : Misstf.1y., who Rock Hudson
-: -' Monday after tf month's visittitti Country City.HaU. i jtp 1p. zn.Aug. .. !
Rev. and Mrs. Alen Price and : been dating under a disguise
her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- -Reddish.St: [lieuronn1,12 -
hrid'af out that Hudson is the ob-
children of Highland View c
oJiii _: -L--.iI: [: -ii kins at Hingstey Lake. They were were her noon'\ to; 3 p. .m.; ..SamJJrown noiibtLJ character on her partY"fui
-- overnight guests Monday .of :
accompanied by Mrs. P pe'll sis Brore twtey. .). ,f to 'fp. '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jor- aC In order to gel back at Hudson -
ter Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville,
dan. I Miss"Day who plays interior
A for visit. Aug. 12 Bradford, Furniture
week's ,
fivefyn Thomson UlrandaSimps' decorator, Hudson'sijartmentln
FloridaTheatre rorchase: any model of Sinrer and Mfg.. S.. ;3o'i ',north, of arranges
of Monticeiio visit- cO'I'Y' a manner that a dog
Sewing Machine at Denmark _are StlUk 3f P. m.: Thoma.5L&mfier'CoVuS. LOOK AT TIIESE ANNIVERSARYF4iJ
wouldn't stand for.
and Mrs. : .
Furniture Co. ing Mr. F. F Stump this ;30lf south of I
.UI week. In a scene where Hudson is
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan! Anne Starke. 4 to\5:30: y: m.; Lincoln hauling Miss Day, clad' "only>in pajamas 1 ;
and Byron Terwiljegar are City1netjf, [ school. 1, :eld i p. in. MONEY SAVING SPECIALS
will upend the weekend in Or- spending this week with their: Aug. 13 -. '' Reno. linear Sally and an ele tric blanket
lando with Miss Barbara Willis and .. .' -- with the cord trailing the cat suddenly -
grandparents Mr. Mrs. J. ,H. ., ...
Batten place], 10 a. m. to 1 d '
tJ1dlU attend the weddi g Truluck, in Sanford. : td 5 if.nL --: :"p.Ama'nd'2 springs from, an alley and STARTS THUR. AMD RUNS THRU SATURDAY!

of Miss Martha Sharp. Miss Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartman" Aug. 18 -:- Roberts Store (ILawfeyl bin T playing with cord. He .. .- .. ,

will be met there by Miss and daughter of Jacksonville 12 .noon 6S.S p. n. and1 4 to l _. i il '
SAT. AUG. ,6 FaStf }fir-fit" of AtMnta and t1et Beach spent the weekend,with Mr. p7p.m.! \ 1 ARMOURS ORANGELANDBCLGGNA

wo: wift'go" on to( Cocoa the first and Mrs. Al Hartmann.Mr. Aug. ,17" Florida {Inant .. ., l ib
at. S -
1st. Feature of'r&t? 1 '29c
w'eeX ; 3Jb. ,
I and Mrs. Ewell Lawson St rk. 10 a. m- fo I p. m.; Big' VEGETOLE 39C
f#. ajid' } rs. j4 errfll ,Edwardsarid" and son, Jimmy; were vacationing Dad Mfg; Co., 2 to 4 p. m.Aug. .

.. ..... Jatnfly yisjteJdf ,.Apr. and MrsJohn' .: Friday to' Tuesday in Savannah- 18 :- Florida; Bank at sl a sHE USED((5Asl .With $5.00 Food Order FHEll SLICED

: I I SMfivan'in J5t. ,Petersburg Ga. and Ridgeland, S. C. Stark. 1Oi.. ., m. to 1 P.: m..and. .2
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_. ,.. .... r".I; on" fiMyTMifiT' Lou: Edwardslim Denver Derrick is a medical to .5." p.,ra.' ', : IPFiELcuRPRIE.< ) t OSAGE BEEF ,LIVER lb 33C

I W1l I '- t i N'nd: there" &s tot: ''Charlies a week's Fields visiitf. .' patient in Bradford County Hos- Aug. IS Florida' Bank it : ,SHE.WOW THE LOCAL J PEACHES 2 1.2 Can ")3c ,-- -- -- _- -
'.......... .. I an'dtmily pital.! Starke, 10 a. m.- to 1 p.. in. and 2 : ..COOlGPRlZEt. TENDER
I of ,Jacksonville spentuYvdy" .
liii ._-' '. >;' Mrs. Bynum Perkins Mrs. tO6 p"m.Aug. .
\ tii "$; }i paies.; Mr.anduri. .. Steve Weldon Mrs. W. E. Mid- 20 -, Florida .Bank: at GOOD HOPE CHUCK ROAST lb
: : W.: wt4eand t Mrs. leton and Miss Madge Middle- Starke. Icf to 1 t. tall 39C
2nd. F.eatare- a. m. p.. m., : and 2 .I,1I MILK ;3 cans '39C .U. .
J. ;
'HVFlcids.! ton were luncheon guests Monday I to5p.th. : ,I _

Mrl ,jiarold pprd: ,of Cocoa of Mr& Mae Jones in Jackson- I Aug.: 23 Florida: Bank at i CANSFULL CUT U. S. CHOICETOMATOES .
J:pt tpt'! {ml .91"e we>k with G-A. RED
; ; Starke:.1O, a. m. to' 1 p.: m. and,2: 303
,her' .sJst I.Mts. J. H., eils.Judse vine.Mr.. and Mrs. B. C. Peddy and to 5 p. m. 2fOT SIRLOIN STEAK 'l* '79
and Mrs. ;Frank Smithof I r.l1t.). J. A. Howe of Miami I and This service Is provided by theFli 'I 25C:
farlando1 and ilsther Bell --------
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews of State Board oi'He.1thi -- -

of Taiapa' have returned .to theirhth8 Lakeland were weekend: "guests of thQ Bradford County'Health D -, IN, OIL LEAN" .. '

I,I j after .a *mOnth". at Kings- Mrs. R. A. N U"som. Mrs, Ne'wsomciso tment. and the BradfordCounty in oil' 2'for lb'
ley 19c 39I
had as Sunday guest,H. W. TB arid Health C 6thiiltt -I. .
l-tii M. of I II .. ;
L. DeSha. Wildwoodd Shipp cf Jacksonville.Dr. The 'p bllisurjdt take' !I _'_. _,.._ ---- -.-
Pigs "Silly Science" Cartoon? Mis.! Leah Bauknight{ of :and Mrs. D. O. Middletonof advantage of 'this opportunity':: I We. have just received A '? -' -: -- :- : 3IEATY

JacksomUQe :wneic: kend' guestsotM2ssEatiStzutIi. Ludowici, Ga. were Saturday ,whole truck load of stoves: :jProdueefancy
: visitors of Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. these
WinsDouble.Hcader .stoves must go to mak NECK BONESlblOc
I SUN., MON., TU S. ..W. ,aryf\ ,Mrs. .Ben Fredericks and Mrs. Charles Parker of Legion roiom. ffJr mo e. We give.good -,- _
cf Takuna, Wash. and Mr. and -
August 7 thru 9 iC iCWfiiam\ Cooper' of :Lookout Cocoa weekfe in are Mexico vacationing City arid for Aca-two I, I, ( de- 1s on. old.it Ves. Now> ] l f O S IB S FRESH GKQUND

1founf.1Tenn.. are spending a pulco. .the.. time Jo. trade. Come on 1 I

.- -rti.tAKAzAP4s-- ae t'k with .Mr. .and "MiS. J. B.Mr. Mr. and Mrs: Bradford -Lockernd Local' Junior American" Legion. ia and take.your choice!. LARGE HEAD '. HAMBURGERBEEF Ib 39cLETTUCE

mxol'' son of Jacksonville were b ebaflets! took both ends 'of- a' .ALSO CARRY I -
i. and Mrs. C. L.,Meister andnItt WE
(visiting Mr.. and Mrs. Alvin Gerle double header played last. Wednesday I 10' lbSATURDAY
!son. Mark. $t Orlando will:''or' Sunday.Charles I i July 27. 'jn K tine I Electric Refrigerators, Gas LIVER 23e

f; weeleftdguets,of,Mr.JDd Mrs.! Chambers is visitinghis Heights to bring their seaani'srecord Clothes Dryers, Electric j TABLEPOTATOES -

E. 1. .E 4ei .and family at i iKingsley I I uncle and auni, Mr. and Mrs. to' H wins' against. a7 single .Washing Machines, Gas Hot GOOD_ RIB -ANO'-----

,Lake.o. J Sfeve Simmons in' Miami ,for, ross.I Water Heaters. 1 lolb);.. 29_ *

'Mr! and }trs. .WiUiam U Harrison 1 three weeks. Garry'Kouba pltch1d'st; W :: : BRISKET STEW 23

Plus and son of Waycross Ga, are 'I < ,. .. .
"Scalp Treatment" Car- Mrs. Henry OTlara and sisters, I 3-2"'wtff over lie unlucky Keyitariers .0' OUR_CIPLETE: LINEIS '- < ---
toon. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Har- Mrs. W. H. Til1 nan of Valdosta In the fiist 'game while i MERCHANDISE OF THE n

rison this week. i3a.. and Mrs Lehora Waddell of $ 'two of
: tftfng v only hits, one BEST tfth'V HOT IDOQ
WED. THURS., FRI. Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman Tampa, returned Saturday after I them a home furu,He etruck. out QUALITY. 10c

and Mr. and.Mrs. S. 1,. Peek visiting relatives in Mansfield and six. arid walked'{wo.' 1- ..-. .. ,. i WILl Choice of Drink .
AugiJsl t 10 thru 12 Jr. returned Sunday from a 15-diy Cleveland. Ohio: Raleigh! ,, N. c.,' Kouba waS also.'a hitting: star : PYROFAX GAS '. __ .
-'- -- tour of New :Mexico Texas, and Rock HID. S. 0., and J ssup. Ga. wIth t triple' in the."first Ini1r t ,_ .CLEAN SAFEDEPENJABLE.SO _, :,:_ > -

New Orleans. Mr. ana Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr: with twd med on biseecorinj; : MUCH ;FREE ;L ''THURSBAY- FRIDAY AND SAIiJiiA;!

MCTORitk1t1Plus Emily Ann and Gwen Lewis returned and Harry Rabb will be m,'Orlando ,two :rvtnS. OJtE >
Sunday from month's FOR YOUR JIONEY TpCuslprnefs ... FOREMOST' ICE CREAM
overthe weekend attending the Th; :'second wai a two inning:i irc -
visit with their aunt. Mrs. Beulah; State American Legion Finance nt St'to' dmTetin earllef

Baxter, .in Jacksonville.' ietiiiz. i game which was' Gained Out: Please register"yotirTiiapie.receipt: with us. [The largest order ,pur-

I I Mr.>and Mrs. Hugh Ingram apd 'The La'wsoh famflr! reunion ,will I Wayne Smith hurled both innings' I
.Mrs. Carrie Ingram spent Sunday be held Sunday at the home of i for Starke.girth TIP nd h&a whilefannlnir' l chasedwithUs Jf ninJt: 'the" 3-day I Sale will receive FREE a 4-lb.

=ror lit, St. Stm6hrs Island. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson on Ihreie and issuing ,the! i Boneless ,Canned rH ni.

I -_ '_... Rev. and Mrs:Barry VrfnDeve--! Highway 301 ;North. tame number 'of w 1kS ts brinl

*'Putty Tat Trouble" I ter!' left Wednesday for Montreal, Mrs. E. K. Perryman is visitingher his teats mtoif.-1.; .

N. C. wWre Mr..VanDeventer sister, Mrs.. C.1Sayles in ;StafkTs's leading 'batsmanboUt.JgJarfi 1. FREE flmmi: JIEE FRE--FREE:
Cartoon. -- > .
attend ft tw -w k.ehttrdrExttnsion .. ; Miami. Judge Perryman returned jfii-Jli ir3 Hobbs \ ,

-- -- ., Conference of the Presby.. home Monday after a week's visit with three bib in four times at __ _
-- .. I terian Church with them. the platf. I' .._ _-- -_- :_.;II ._. ----__ --.----.-- -----_ -. --- --. .---_ ',__



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,..._.._T'_..._PI__.___.v__........1_, ..,.......__. -.. r- Mrs. W. B. Parks left Wednes- Donah Stridrtarrrtifgely 1IMtWent i ; ;play; with the dangling cord allimt1I BraisefDiesAfter .1 I pastor officiating. Burial .

day for 'Atlanta: ; Ga. to visit fief Iuf_ i.t.i'ti _at .Doctori fflU"'y'JJk' t .5 $.ly 6fm" ....,:4 f.'J%" .todc, ... .4jft tfiie..... family. ptof. in i ffarqgtonCe
I son-in-law and daughter' M?. and, Hospital. dIe director:ends,$the scene. j' tery.: DgWitt c.fcpies:

Mrs. Dameron Black, for several Mrs.'N. B. Rosier and -children1 \\Wli1 TGIi s :TaS cat,jpovti.tp be:(the added Illness I .* > t.Jtijnjpr l Hogje was in charge.Aetie .
weeks. F -Tfepins toucji to te gcepe! although no l
resitmt-Q. .l ,.
f William Pranilin Bfii er. 59. paBoeireil ;eBlU
IJI ,f Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrewsand ,arid famu* i in'jjacksonvffle t Clay. 1eComn4u ty' Sijate"" Bank 6Ae placed it that .way. ':Miss Day 1 I of Hampton, died at Chfc t1.tver-. .,,UndttiibQ-: nI I ito. b>nlIill
2: c are visiting 'M d.ihi. LawS 1'aru! 5n Inti Florflla irtrf Hiicfe6ir"\frer6' :riot 'even
dv::' son of Gainesyjllp ,41 L4L W gam'es th aware sty ol Florida Medical Center Letter Slade, K. W. Waterson -
her Mr. .and Mrs. r aoichfi aridj Andy In the Jaycee of him. I
I parents : ren. ,Jp ey ; Pest Control one Saturday morning. July 30, following and J. W. Home.Registration .
Dave Paulk, this w e. Jordan, and .Mrs. C. H. Registerspent Midget League this week in the extended illness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez and : TFriday fast week' of plav for the summer.The Man's Alertness an
.. --- ) .last Wdpjesday $ .
,I >M-t Ma *- Mea tt* M BM *< -----I. He was born in Huntsville. Slow
'.* JS iJfc- t I children of Mandarin id ?or. with. Mr. and Mrs." ..pill .Mprar in' : Bank first zipped.past the i Alabama on September 13, 1900. i ,

Misses Cookie Mathews. and ,Three,' BHS, .. .musicians.. c CookieMaUi i and Mrs. Joe Martinez on Sun Pa. azriaCity.. 1' Florida Pest Control 7-2 behindthe I Nets Stolen Car !His parents were the late James i iyf. Supervisor Says

Bobby Faye Smith spent last : s. ,Terry Waited andFreeman day.Dr. Mi. and Mr .Dolph Reddish one hit pitching of Joe and; Mattie Watkins flraise.Re '.i

week. ,I In Cordele., ..,. cico91es with I" Register HI are in and Mrs. R. S., Mullms and and family: Jimmy ,Reddish' ; and Brown. Harry Rabb had the hit Coincidence and the sharp eyes was a retired roofer .and a' Supervisor of Registration

: .grandparents: Mr. ardMr ( Gainesville i this week as members family were vacationing, at ,Lake Mr. and Mip. Jimmy .Rowe and: for the Pest Control Tommy LyOrt' ofa Starke man led Saturday, member. of the Hampton Baptist' ,Marion L. Crosby stated )foi4ay.August ,

R :W. Mathews. pf the Florida' All-State Marching Weir last week. daughter____ .soent.- --.."the.- --- ,wee.k.eruf at-. with two safeties and: Bobby July 30, to the recovery of an i, ? ? j
n'C. Church. :
r----- 2Surviving I, few
Mr. aid Mrs1. E. GKuschel f ,a'nd.; They will perform at Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Cedar Key. White with one led the hitting I Automobile stolen from another that very persons
: his widow, lire.Ethel .j
Ind onr Gene 'Arnold ZDiego. San the. All-. $ u Football game Saturday I and children spenf the weekend at Mrs. David Reid and family of for the Bank. Starke man. I .af.e of dropped from the registration;

."Calif are visiting are parents ) nightCookie' is a majorette Daytona Beach and Marineland. Jacksonville are spending a' week Joe Brown also pitched theCommunity : Jimmy Crosby was driving pasta Walter James praiser.. W- Praier Hampton ofPampton -:1. rolls have' had their names ,tei -

Dr:and Mrs. L. H. Jennings. m the J and, Terry plays They were visiting Mr. and Mrs.B. :with,l her parents: Mr. and 'Mrs.D. Bank to its second a service station in Jacksonville ; a.5OJ1.: Mrs. ;i I stored to votjng recordsv. !
two Myrtle -
Mrs. Kus hel and son will remain trombone, and Freeman plays S. Outlaw in Jacksonville Tuesday W. Carpenter ,at: S"anta Fe \victory of the week by beating I when he noticed a car parked at .Sanford; of Starve .and Mrs. I[ Mrs. s "says tfutf ,registraLtioh -

here tor two years while Mr. clarfciet.i evening.Mr. Lake. }.It. Reid ,will join,his family the Starke Builder's Supply 5-3. the station which to him looked Mary ffcli pf Crete. Illinois. bocks close at 5 p. ;;'. ,Qoto.te'r -

Kuschil l is stationed overseas- S. Sgt. Isaac S. Owen his wife, ; and Mrs. ClydeTerwillegar over the. weekend. Brown allowed three hits in this like the car stolen from his cow 8 #and that .these persons as
County Judge T. A. Yawn attended Mon iue. and son. Gerard, wereguest and family will move Monday Mr, and Mrs..H..L. .Hough have game the doubles by Wayne' rim, Cnailes Crosby, last Thursday Funeral services were held in;I wjl1 as .qualified' i newcomers
the annual Association' of of his parents, Mr. and from Kingsley Lake .into the had as lecent guests Mrrod Chitty end Barry Smith and a July 28. Crosby stopped, the Hampton Baptist ChurchMonLlay hou1d legister ,to vote In| the

County Judges in Ft.. Lauderdale Mrs. Virgel Qwen of 70? Alton I home tlI.ey'recently purchased Mrs. H. L. Wyman.of :Lockhart single )George smith. checked the license number. and fernoon'uguzt. )tithe :enerl election ,in fi'QV H'W.

last weekend. Road from Tuesday until Saturday -i from Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Dwisht" Silvd? of ..Miami _.Timmv. Kessler n with a triple found 'the car did belong to his Rev William P- McElrpy.. ,.- .. '- .
Mrs. P.: E. .tone and Miss Mamje of last "week.; They were en- 'I'at 1511 E. Call street. They' also had as g;1estsl, st'rI- BobbyWhite with a double and cousin. The thief had apparently I '.,.....,.--..........- -,,......_, --'i' ._.... .... .....''"',..'''.............. --or.0.-
Anderson of Archer spent route from their home in Tampa Linda Huggins of Jacksonville day Mrs Pearle Hough ol Crystal Tommy Lyons, Chuck Schaefer abandoned it at the service sta

Thursday to Saturday with Mrs. to Vancenberg Air Force Bate, Beacn spent H, t week' with Mar- River and daughter, Mrs. Earn- and Flip Graham with singles tion. FIRST BAP7ST mURCHrqJ

E. M. Davis. Cahf. where..Sgt. Owen is in the tha Susan Ritch. estine McLeon of ,Orlando.Mr. rounded out the Bank's hitting to The owner, Charles CrosbY.

Harold Davis and Ray Goldwire ,mlssila squadron. Mrs. A. B. Cellon and Mrs. T.: and Mrs. James Sheridan boost Brown's pitching effort.In was away at National Guard

spent the weekend at Daytona Singer'sewing Machine Needles J. Strickland of Gainesville were :'f Wa.cbJ; 1t1on.. D. 'C.- are guestsof the third game played. this Camp when the car was taken ; 'Worship # .1,1 ;OOfrip J\I.\

Beach. at, Denmark Fureltnr ta tf visiting Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth Cot and Mrs. J. A. Griffin week the Florida Pest Control from the home of relatives on
Mr. ana Mrl J. P. Dill were last Friday. from Wednesday, to Sunday.Jan evenged lbs loss to the Community the Lake Butler Road just out- : : !? 8erf: s <\t ,S00; ,PJM. .

n visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Henditx Mrs. Billy Dealing and children Moyer of Jacksonville '' Bank by whipping Johns side of Starke. .

?: YOU can ; Jr. and son, in Stat bOrCi, cf Jacksonville were. Tuesday visitors vi''iting her cousin. Cindy Strick.lan'd Oil Company 9-6. Emmett Sheriff P. D. Reddish requested Guest' Speaker

Oa. last week. of :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. last weeks. Akridge was the winning pitcherfor the Duval County authoritiesto \ .*
I drive your way Hope Holliday spent the past the Pest Control although he
Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. and Replace year old tenter ma check the car for fingerprints

)L bLOWERI veek with Linda Huggins at frs. M. T. Hood of Clewistonwere rhiae,belt wHb a a > giaxer ,Belt'. tllowed eight hits. and carnage. Duval authorities I .D.t: ,. ,. uhM'Ao. \M; eAUt.W1.d: .
Jacksanrille Beach. Sunday visitors ot Mr. ndT. frota Denmark' FurnitnT Co. tfMrs. In the hitting department forth I I : : -' S0-
auto Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and children Control Akridge helpedhis reported they have a good
Weldon Pest I I );r/UP/ kfJDIf1r! )
1 B. Harding. Steve: Is visitingMr. lead onth thief. .
insurance spent Wednesday to with a double. $ .. .. .
I fI f/ Sunday Kay Hart received a certificateof and Mrs. W, TV."Shaffer, in own cause ,r. -- : ., f: :, ::::r:1'(J .' -:. afr /I IV
with Dr. and Mrs. Carl From- Rabb also had a double : =
rates achievement and cooperation in Tavares fr Wednesday. .. to Sun- Harry -- ._-.. --. _.. c. _,_ ._._
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.? haeen. in Clearwater. Mrs.. Havnes and Steve Tilley, Bryan Erwin. -
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class pf dancing -
: the advanced I
picked up her daughter, Marcia, FSU last week. day.Miss Larry Mercer and Freddy Siemer
Baton Twirling at Frances Landrum spent
who had been visiting Marcia wIth singles also hit safely for
Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston McCiane the ,weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Whittle Dunedin fQr.a week. Control
I hm. James. of Wilmington L. A. and in Jack-
and Taylor family
Mrs. Del Colley will attend the ; Jeff Warren and Dale Crosby I !
iradudlion of her daughter Dela. are spending three'eeks 5p ViUe., .-_ with two\ singles each and Scotty & $
Jackie Saturday afternoon at with Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. F, W.' Strickland! .Rhoden and Steve Hewett with

Florida State University.Mr. Fiynn, Sr. 'have had: as.,guests M*.- and Mrs. 'one single' each had the bits for
: and Mrs. R. S. :McAteer of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof H. M. Strickland:and daughter John's Oil. _

Tampa were,_ overnight guests Lakeland were visiting Mr. and of Miami*,and Tim i ,and Christy II. _

Monday of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. H. A. Lawson over the week- Halley of Perry Ga.,last Friday "Pjllow Talk" At

-, flynn, Jr. end. and Saturday and If...Com. ,and .

Miss; Barbara Colley of Gaines- Mrs. W. C., Thchis and' familyof
Bobbins Stock
vile was home for the weekend. Extra with'Sb1ler Bobbin eave time at Denmark Menphis.-'em: "; "on, Sunday.. Park Theatre -
1 believe 1 can show you how Mrs. Jack Parker and daughter dp Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and
Furniture Co. tI
2 you can me OB your Auto Pam. Cheryl Parker, Mr. I' family were weekend guests of Sum 'Mon. Tues.
Insurance costs with t won. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider John Mrs. Englander Mr. and Mrs.R. 8.-<1ohnsin. Lake
II derful new PUN OF AUTO and John Godwin were children of Fort Lauderdale are But lei. "
Powell tops
I Hunt this "Pillow Talkfeaturing
INSURANCEc< NAP.CharleyE. f, fishing[ at Marathon: last week. visiting Mrs. Henrietta Mr. .and Mr ., J.S. Woods .a.Jj4' tars Doris Day and Rock .Hudson AT

Brant Turner of the State' week. S n.fAyis ,Ffr. ,st_ret,h.ave and completely .spontaneous: performance -
Farm spent the weekend with' ,Mrs. C. D. Williams is spending niov'ed. tic..21d E. Adkins.... street... a
JohnsAgeflcy -- by'Ii large yellotom
several days. with her sister. Mrs.
Mike Anderson.Dr. -Irene Johns, in Green: Coye ca't' is coming to the Park Theatre
and Mrs. A. J. Barry and Unit Monday and Tues- Cash
in Springs. Mrs.-Johns was,released Cke s_! X-Rrajr this Sunday, layno's Superette
children were -
from the hospital on Jaesday. gaV, Aug.: 7, 8 and 9.
South Florida from Wednesdayto Paul Knight of Miami spent .Scheduled Here "PilloW Talk" is concerned with
Saturday.Mrs. affairs of the bachelor with a
Phone WO 1-0121 Lucile DaviS returned several days last. week with his From 70-23 iSng fist 6f amorous conquestsand 617 W Madison Sit OPEN 7 DAYS WEEK: Phone WO 4-9231
Tuesdiy from two weeks vfcit mother, MrsD. E. KnightMr August attractive" I
and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez of a serious-minded
131 S. Walnut St. .
with her son-m-law and daugh- weekend career &irV who share a telephone We wish.to take this thank friends and
opportunity to
Delray Beach were : yOu our
ter. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Jr. The mobile unit ..jot (lie FJoridi pirf line, and get to Wkfe each

Starke, Fla. and Janjily in Florala. Ala. guests Mr. and of MrSj Mrs._Paul M. H.,Raymond.Lang and, State Board of 'Health'., .will be in. other despite a hilarious,feud. .customers, for .making :it possible' for .us to 'have: an ,Anniversary i
.. Mr Vickers and family BradfordCoohty -daring -the, -
I C. I. & JtfVi. Tonv' Randan, as ran oft-married I
'J joined Mr.. : Vickers in Brunswick, L Mr. and,Mrs. Fred ,Leonhardspent period Ad?. 10-23 to give ',free ycfang millionaire, and Thelma :Sale.. We .sincerely appreciate your business and l }hope to serve
with Mr. and Mrs. '
pa. on Tuesday where they will Morris Sunday Jackson in.Ocala. chest x-rays to aU'perso S 1? fotter, as a constantly inebriated', you for many years ,(to come. Yo u may be ,assured that we will
make their home at 60 years and older. co-starred. Television -
Blvd.. Country Club Park Bruns- City Mr., *and( C.Mrs. Ted moving Fox to of Saratoga Siller- The; following. schedule will be domestic actress, are' Julia Meade also serve you only the finest. .mercha. ridise i at the lowest possible ,price.

wick.Mrs. Heights tare OR Aug. $. Mr. Fox observed: has a chief supporting 'role.Tfie Again Thank You! THE DOUGLAS FAMILY
B. A. Pope Jr and children at the Aug. 10 Brooder Community cat enters tfie picture when I .
be the new "pro .
returned to Norfolk, Va. House.,11.a.'m. to2 p.)m.,::Hampton ifiss Day, who Rock Hudson had! -
,_ Starke Golf and Country ,Club.
-4-- Monday after tf month's visit City,Hall. 4 to :7,p- m. been dating under a disguise:
with her mother, Mrs. ,A. Z. Ad- Rev. and Mrs. Alien) Price and Aug. if;';,p JcUso.Store, [He'ilbronnj.T12 finds' out that hudson is the obI I

,tl- :;:-' II kins at Kingsfcy Lake. They were children of Highland View were noon'to-3! p. ,m.; Sam noxious her party AlK ABOUT FOODTHESE ,
: .._ ._ J ;overnight guests Monday of her rowri to'i'p. character' on
accompanied by Mrs. Pope's sister parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jordan. JStbVe (fLawteyl), ,4 fine' In order to get back at Hud-
Mrs. Fred Guy of Gkinesville, I in.A EofV. Miss-Day who plays interior
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g. 12 Bradford :Furniture\ "
for week's visit. decorator Hudson'sapartment
FloridaTheatre m'od'el ,iv fyn 'homson- .. ,and<. Miranda Jg., Co., U S. '301 r north of arranges that dog p
Purchase any of Smftt in a manner a
Sewing Machine at Denmark Simpson of Monticello are visiting Stk 1 to' Jf p. :m.; Thomas' wouldn't stand for. __ LOOK AT ANNIVERSARY
tf i Mr. and F. F. Stump this Lumber'Co.. U.: 8. '301 South of where' Hudson is -
Furniture Co. Ift a .scene
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan week.Anne and ,Starke, ::4 to 5:30 p. m.; Lincoln hauling. ,Miss Day. clad only in pa- J MONEY SAVING SPECIALS
.Byrpn( TerwiUegar are City tneqr schbpll.; 6 id i p': m.Aug. ', electric' blanket' ) -
will opend the weekend in orlando spending this week with their .' IS -..: Rejw (near Sally jamas .and an
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\vith the cord trailing, the cat sudtfenly .
with Miss Barbara Willis grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Battea place, 10 Lth.. to 1 m.'ind'i I .
.p.-- springs from an alley and SALE STARTS THUR. AND RUNS THRU SATURDAY!

aidvih attend the weddingof Truluck in Sanford. to 5 p.: in.: with cord. He ,., h _. .. .. -" . .
Miss Martha Sharp. Miss Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann Aug. 16 -'". Roberts Store (tLaw. begins playing

will be met there by Miss and daughter of' Jacksonville (EeyJ, 12 .noon fo S p. m...and 4 to ----.i.1.1.I OKANGELANDBCLQ6NA

AUG. .las Parfef ot Atfitata and the Beach spent the weekendwith, .Mr. '.p. IB. ARMOURS
SAT. 6
t ftfo wj#; 'go c/n"/ .(o Cpcott the first and Mrs. Al Hartmann.Mr. Aug. ,17 ;..; Florida JBank- at. .I 3.lb.1 lb 29c

1st FeatureWllS1. !hdr'vnext! wee'jLiff. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Starke. !O a. m- i to I p. m.; Big, VEGETOLE n 39' :

I" .and"Mrs.. Merrill Edwards end! son, Jimmy were vacationing Dad Mfg: c i.. 2 Co,4 p m. '
., ... I $$5.00
With Food Order FRESH SLICED
.. and family; Visited t (r ijr. and Mrs. Bank 'GAsl
.. ,.I : Friday to Tuesday in Savannah I Aug. 18 Florida at : 9IMCFSHE USED >

'john Sfiffiva'n'jii' St. ,Petersburgoh' Ga. and Ridgeland. S. C. Stark 10 a. m. to 1 i'.m.an42. :; I OSAGE BEEF lb
.wi". ; Siaay.; Mary Lou Edwards Denver Devrick Is a medical' to 5'p. m.: FORFUaURPRJSLOh: LIVER .33C

'\. I I1 [fttp ne there for .a }week's visit.itf."jEtufil .. patient in Bradford County Hos- Aug. IS Florida Rank at .;: jWEUTHELOCAL J, PEACHES? 212Can)2c: '-

;: 'Mrs.> 'Ches Fields St rke, 10 a. m.. to 1 p. m. and. 2 .H COOIlJJ6PRIZE TENDER
,......-- r ruit fly acisiwviBe i pital.Mrs. -
L'I. -t. ,9- ,1 ,. Bynum Perkins, Mrs.Steve to 6 p..m. HOPEMILK
.,.. ,., f: Uenpar.e\ ts, Mr. Weldon, Mrs.W.. E- Mid- Aug. 20' -. Florida Bank at II; ) C CHUCK BOAST lb 39C
and' 'Mrs.' O.' W.' Wte(; vand Mrs. oleton and Miss Madge Middleton -' Stark, i io a. m. to 1 p. m. and> 2 ", ;3 tall cans 390GA. _
2nd. Feature, J. ..ie1ts.lirs. { were luncheon guests Monday to5p.m. 7I .
Harold Ford" ot Cocoa of Mr& Mae Jones in Jackson- Aug.. 23 Florida: Bank- at : (tr. : FULL CUT U. S. CHOICE
J j-peht; ,ttJr? tf} st %ofe\ we ek with ville.I Starke: 10 a. m. to 1 p.; m. and.2 RED 303 CANS Ib

her'i sistei.-JWrs. J. JI.,FcWs.JudVe Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Peddy and to 5 p.' m. TOMATOES .2 for 25C' SIRLOIN! STEAK : 79'

and ,Mrs. ,Frank Smithof I Ms));. J. A. Howe of Mianil and This service is. provided by the :

brlando1and' Mrs.: Esther Bell Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews of Floridi- State Board of Health, OiL LEAN
vII '?f Ti J have returned to their IN .. .
Lakeland wer weekend guests of the Bradford County'Health. Depaitment. -

cEI1 :I h&tAs.tftf a .month...r at Kings- Mrs. R. A. N \\'SOm. Mrs. Newsom and the Bradford MIlNES in _oil,, 2 'for JQcjProduee ; PORK( CHOPS lb 3!9

.ley ta,<;ie.JiH. : tiso had as Sunday guest H. W. County TB and He ltn'c&mmit-I I ,.. ::1,; :, -- '" ., :..... ..
I.- L. !ot. DeSha of Wildwood Shipp cf Jacksonville. tee. The 'public is urged to take ....,r.------ .. ---- -
and Mis. Leah Bauknight ofJ'acks opportunity.:' I I \Ve have: just received a i MEATY
Pi9s "Silly Science" Cartoon< mUle .jrere :weekend. guests of Ludowici. Ga. were Saturday whole truck load of stoves; : lb

of, Miss'. Kate. ,Strulh.Mr. visitors of Mrs. W. E. Middleton. ; Wins.baubleHeader 'tbese.stovemust go to make;' NECK ONES! 10iO1 '

SUN., MON., TUES. <. ,aM Mrs. tBen, Fredericks Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker of Legion room for more. We give goodTradeins ._ n ._ ._ .. __ .
cf Yakuna Wash. and Mr. and Cocoa are vacationing for two fancy IB
on old stoves. Now's! 8llS Sc; FRESH GROUNDHAMBUHGER
August 7 thru 9 t itWiS&am/ Copper. of Lookout :week in Mexico City and A aI .the '
.time to trade. Come on
itounijiln: ,Tenn.. are $spelling a pulco. 1 "
r V *-i---i-KZANS'comav2i- i eek'with: Mr. "and_ "Mrs.. J. R.thoi I Mr. and Mrs. Bradford >Locke Local' Junior American Legion. : !in and take your choice!. LARGE HEAD _
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: i md sonS of Jacksonville :were b ebaflets toot both! ends of a WE' ALSO CARRY S '
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Xleister and !. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gene double header played 1 last Wednesday Gas 10'TABLE BEEF LIVER lb 23C

Infant\. l thi..\Mark- rcif .Orlando. will oh Sunday. : July 21, 'in Keystone Electric ,Refrigerators, .I ..
be weekend\ Quests,pf.Hr.pd Mrs. :. Charles Chambers) t is visiting Heights to bring their season's Clothes Dryers, Electric -- ----- -

E. L 'jjfatth'ews .fnd family! atKuifsley ; his uacle and hunt Mr. and Mrs. record to H'wins against a single Washing Machines, Gas Hot l ,lbs. _: GOOD RIB AND

Lake. Steve" Simmons in' Miami! for 1os Water Heaters. POTATOES 29crnKp_ STEW Ib 23C
:Mr. and iirs. ;Wfflwra L. Harrison .1 -
three weeks. Garry K&uba--pitclied'Starke' td .. _... ._ o. '0'.#. . .
Plus Scalp Treatment" Car- and son of Waycross Ga. are MrsHenry' OUara and sisters, I 3- 'W1n' over the unlucky K J'' .,OUI.CttPUTE LINE ,
toon. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison -' Mrs. W. H. Tillman of Valdosta. stoners iri the* ft&t-garni white MERCHANDISE ,OF THE

I this week. .I ba.. and'Mr Le'nora Waddell ol srtting op* only two'bite one of tIS BEST 'QUALITY. HOT iDOGi
Mr. and :Mrs. A. Rusqell Nor., Tampa, returned Saturday after. them a hoOfn run..He struck i out f t SATURDAY IONlY 10c
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WED., THURS., FRI. man and Mr. and,Mrs..S. L. Peek.I visiting relatives in Mansfield and six arid ti1keIiwo.: : I I and Choice Drink
PYROFAX: GAS -- _. ., . _
Sunday '
AugUst 10 thru 12' Jr. returned from a 15-day CleV lanc Ohio; Raleigh. N. C.. Ko ba ias also a hitting jtwIth 7' p _
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tour of New )Mexico Texas a dNew' Rock Hill S. 0.. and Jessup. Ga. jf triple in the,fh St mnihg'! ',_ .0..CLEAN -. SAFEDEPJJABLE.SO j
Orleans. Mr. ana Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. with two men on basesodrinj. ; MUCH 'FREE -* THURSDAY -FRIDAY AND SATURDAY!

i 'VlCTOItMJ\ Emily Ann and Gwen Lewis re and Harry Rabb will be in:Orlando two :runs. JiOJlE, FOR YOUR JIONEY I Tp Cuth r8 FOREM03T' ICE CREAM
turned Sunday from a monlh'sVISit overthe weekend attending the 'rhre: nd wai & two faming

with their aunt, Mrs. Beulfh i State American Legion Finance. contest '& compTetb: an" earlier *
\ Baxter in Jacksonville. .meeting. [game ''which Wail rained out"' Please register your tajpe ;receipt >vith us. [The largest order pur-

I Mr.,and lira..Huth'Ingram; apd Th* Lawson fam2y reunion will Wayn Smith hurled boui t innings' chasedwith us Curing 'th 3-day t Sale will receive FREE a 4lb.
I Jlrj. Carrie Ingram spent Sundayat .be held Sunday at the home ofMr. I!)for stark giving up no hTta while ,
( St: Sm n's 'Island. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson fanning' three and<< issuing ,the i, Boneless] Canned ,H ri1.

Rev. and JoltS: B4fry Yin Deven.I I Highway 301 North. 11:1 tame number 'of walks td bring

,!I jter left,Wednesday for Montreal.jN. ,Mrs. E. K. Perryman is visi his tears out' on;top12-1. 1.

Plus "Putty Tat Trouble"Cartoon. I C. where. Mr. VanDeventer will her sister, Mrs. C.,"F. S .yles11 1:. Start's leading 'itSrAaflb! .FREE ,--' ,FREE ;FIEE .-- ,Elm FREE -- -fREE
[attend tw>-v>eth Chinch Ext JlI Miami. Judge Perryman returned bothl m i ..u.-lU bbiJ'H b6s '

I Jsion Conference of the Presby home Monday after a week's visit with three hits in four times at. Ii _
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.c TJ1EIF ., [ terian Church with them. the plate. :;... -. -- - -- : -


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I $1,097,710.The spun, the hunk of wood went fly-f and KNEW the line was dead. round it while it was running.
Mrs. Dick Beise Beta Sigma PhiThe Man Arrested I
t tI School totrfTs levy for ing close to sa il'& head and it Anyhow this is Farm Safety
Given Stork Shower I i was a good five minutes before he. Or when trying: to help the big \i ii Weep, and a good time for us to
Beta Sigma Phi sorority the Is 24 milk, thei '
On B & E Of Two tI I new year :quit shaking. From then on. heI j sew .nd her pigs, and Porky almost think of safety and practice it
held a hamburger supper for
Mrs. Dick Beise was pleasantly same as last year's. The county I jacked up the rear wheels. tit Alice's knee. And pulling I Ij very day on our farms.

surprised at a stork shower givenin I Friday their husbands evening and at the dates Kingsley last Brooker HousesA I ,.v ;I commission is levying 17-25 mills! .55I j stumps with the tractor with itj I T----- .,

her honor Saturday eveningby Lake home of Mr.: and Mrs. E. W I i,ipr a tot:-1 of 412b innis. I And the time he was messing!' rearing and: jumping and almost II "'''' :., 1

,the Christian Youth Fellow-i,Hayes 78-year-old local man was | Almost three-fourths the I with Finnegan following a heavyI going over backward each min- iff.! !; .'',,: ",
ship in the recreation hall of the :I I rainstormThe pump was in a ute. t" ".' .
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arrested in Graham Sunday. July Schocl Board's budget.$742. '-
First Christian Church I 31. by Deputy Sheriff Jimmy I Ii 478i7il go to pay Instructional :puddle: of water [making an excellent S. i .1. :
The hall was gayly decorated Dyal Family ReunionThe Hamilton on charges of breaking salaries, Morgan said. I ground to give a shock),': These stories may sound as if I I c---
table off the current [he; trying to get hurt but I
tor'the occasion. The punch t !and Sam cut we were
annual .and entering two Brooker housesin Morgan also stated that a $7770,000 .- ;
third family
reunion -
switch the | if each farmer would own up to i ilit.
was centered: with an arrange- May and June. I package school construction j I thought! at a on pole. -: :
ment of pink carnations and'I of the descendents of the I[Trouble was the switchhad, been! he would admit doing a lot of _
Warrants have been issued bonds sold last week by the '
: Prudence M.
late Oscar W and 4P'r
bowls shorted and things that were careless. A man
two i by some insects
tern and the punch ,
James Ricketts, of the of Education I
against .. State Department :
wl: be held Sunday. August ;
were placed at each endPre-!I Dyal when Sam touched the motor who almost lost his hand last
Brookr and High Springs areas, $125,000 for Bradford I
siding at the punch bowls were I', at the Santa Fe Lake home of 'wires, he got knocked kicking. So year in a corn picker said later :
for entering houses owned by C. County, The money will go to -
Elmer E. Stokes.
the fuse he knew better than to mess a-
Misses Harriet Goodman and from then on, he pulled
S. Kelly and Morris Dyal. Ricketts i iI build a gymnasium and several
Sara Wcodburn. At another tablea I ... charged with inent to commit i Ingle To Speak At !class,. rooms.at RJE High Schoolin I I

beautifully decorated cake was I' : :; : 1.. petty larceny on May 14, 1960 at Pine Level Revival l Reno.

placed other. end at one was a end tall and stork at look-the I I .-........ .f....... ...]....a. .........._... ..... .the KeJli house Stolen was an I The superintendent: stated that THE RESPONSIBILITY BELONGS TO: -
I :- !assortment of men's clothes and i Dr. R D. Ingle pastor* of Be- I construction of the new buildings
ing into a basket of gifts. In i :b 1j : : : : :: shoc-3 valued! at $25. The house I i lea Baptist Church} in '''Jackson- would not begin for approximately ,
charge .of: this table were Misses Rlgfir kk I .1
vacant the clothes having ', : but that the architect
was : ville, will speak August -14. alI a year I h
Ward. I nR."j.
Elaine and
Harley ;f. : been in storage there. a revival meeting at the Pine Level Is, at work on the plan
Miss Barbara Blankenship greeted I -.............. .,"",_. : On a second: count Ricketts is I Baptist Church. 5J L4 ':st ask forJulian

guest i and was in' charge of I charged with intent to committ Song service.will begin at 730; 'Young Negro YOUNotice
the! gift display; Miss Elaine Colton -
I Bradford County Hospital an- grand larceny on June 3. 1960 atthe t p'm. each night and the preachinget
conducted three games in nouncos the following births: I Morris Dyal residence. Stolen 8 p.mThe public is invited to Mother Draws 4 E.

which prizes were awarded. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atlas from the Dyal home, which was i hear this' outstanding man of God, 'Forty-five DaysA

The Fellowship presented the Crawford, Lawtey, a daYphter.I I also vacant:: was an assortment of I Rev. W. E. Hall pastor of the I, McRae

honoree with a lovely white baby Cynthia Susan, ,July 27. I dinnerware, china, and electrical j iI Tine Level Church said. :voung Negro mother from
thaw! as a memento of the oc- -. Cecil I
M* and Mrs. William J)I appliances valued at $400. Dyalj i Reno--Barbara Jean Martin was
casion. Hardee Lawtey a daughter, July has been working in Pompanoand sentenced Tutcday August 2, toi I the household pests in ONE nioNt e.u.to

Twenty-one ,guests attended 28. I. left most of his possessions School Board I 45 ,days in jail by County Judge I your home, YOUR NEIGH. your Life of Georgia

this delightful affair. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Was- in the house. The house was be- T.: A.. Yawn for agravated assault I BORS DO! |I. agent can make a big

om, Jacksonville, a son, Matthew jug seen after by Lloyd Dyal who !< Approves Budget. of profane language. difference in the future,
andthe use
Recent Birth life of Let
Ernest July 29. reported the theft j I Household pest control is a your
The term out of a
Mr.: and Mrs. Freddie L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Floyd James Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish "],I County School Supt. HarmonP. fracas jail resulting grew from a court community responsibility. Are me give you informationon
the of Georgia
of Brooker announce the birth Stewart, Starke, a, son James said Ricketts was arrested after I Morgan said Tuesday, August order awarding the young moth- z you doing your part? ,, insurance plan that is
of a daughter, Velma Ruth on Michael, July 29, the FEI identified fingerprints I 2, thai the School Board has for to her c -
t er's Iwo small children tailored for
July 29, in Lake City at the crimes.' mally adopted its 1960-61 budget These pests are not only destructive your
I Mr. and Mrs. Willis M. Shaw- taken at the scene of both i I aunt, Alberta Williams, also of BUT individual needs. No
Div ,len Hospital. ver Starke.. son Jere Garrett, as belonging to him. RickettV calling for expenditures of Reno I and unsanitary, obligation. Call today.
Aug. 1.Prices. prints were already on file since ARE KNOWN
I ;and she decide:,' Chit is the man Th? aunt said the Martin woman -J DISEASES.
he had been to three
sentenced for her. Clift, on the other: hand in an attempt to reclaimher I +
I Good At months: in jail in May, 1952 for tiled profane LIFEINSlr.\
t makes a play for the granddaughter children Have you had your home
breaking and entering in Duval '
Ipij1STARKE Tobacco Market County. : in hopes of winningover J language and drew a knife on sprayed lately? You owe it' to \rf'fnn x:111:
I I her..
the old lady. (
Ricketts was declared incompetent your family, your community,
Tobacco brought generally good .... .. .... j have this
and was sent to the Florida .._--- --. -,- --- and to yourself to
prices at the opening of the flue in IFarmer's service performed immediate.. JULIAN L MCRAEAgent
SUN. State Mental Hospital
cured markets last Thursday, July Diary '
Chattahoochee in 1953 after he 'y,

August 7, g, !'J) 25, in Lake City, High Springs and had 'teen convicted of another

DOUBLE FEATURE Live Oak despite operation being rash of breakings and enteringsin By Sam McGarrej. Call on entomologist' of Home Phone WO 4-2541
"Pillow Talk" hampered by rain.
Alachua County. He escaped
Doris Day, Roek 11011.011Edge Prices ranged from 60 to 67 from that institution several low inspectors on his land. When FLORIDA PEST CONTROL CO. PHONE WO 4-3965 1317 Blanding St.

cents per pound with a few piles years ago.Elementary. told he was going to prison for a 352 West Madison St. Starke, Fla. I I Starke, Fla.
of Eternity being sold at 69 cents per pound. I year and a day he said: "You .

Cornell Wilde, Victoria Shaw The first pile sold at the High can':lake me right away.:";
Plus (Color Cartoon Springs market brought 67 cents Pupil'sRequested I
It While we respect this man'srugged
per pound. was produced by
Wed., Thurs. Aug. 10, 11 Shelton Arnold on his farm just To individualism we feel he .

DOUBLE FEATURE, south! of Lake Butler. Register August 19 is wrong. Many farmers in Brad- i Radford Telegraph
"Guns Girls ford and other north Florida County
counties will make money with
Legion To Hold Children who plan to enroll in
And Gangsters"Starring A shortage of rosin:;and a revival their tobacco ,this year because
Mamie Van Doren Fair Meeting school as first graders are requested I of possible gum turpentine I I of allotments and is the only

PLUS I by Principal P. T. Nolin production is forecast by "USDA thing that is keeping. many of It

The American Legion will holda to reg: ;ter at the Starke Elemen- I report. on forest products. RePort"says them in business. .;,
The Tunnel Of Love '. ,
tight labor;
Fair meeting, which will precedethe tary School Office on Friday drawbacks are a '
Doris Day Richard Wklmark regular meeting, August 9 at market and cost of 25 cents per 'We'talked to a"man who had a
August 1&, between 9 a. m. and 2
Plus Color:' Cartoon 6:30: p.m., Post Adjutant George face investment required to'go tiny allotment last year. He CUSS-1
Pierce announced this week. P. m. #;-111| into gum production.- ed the controls,and said

Fri? Sat. Aujr. 12 13 Membership cards will be readyto In order 'for a child to enter they were lifted he would plant invites you to see

DOUBLE FEATURE be distributed at this meeting school tins year he must have Tobacco growers have only a 30 acres of tobacco..And if a lot I

The also, to officially launch the 1960 his sixth birthday on or before short time more to worry about of growers did that, where would GAT
,Haunted membership'drive, :December 31, 1960. Nolin stated. the two last-minute hazards of they tell it' and what price would the all-new

Strangler Pierce urges all members to at- Law requires that a "birth certi- production-hail in the field ,and they. get?

.Starring! JJqr.b: .Karloff tend the Fair meeting .ficateor other acceptable proof I fire ui the curing barns. So far -... .
9 -kRRhpI6th"eHkjmedKP ypr cf dace of birth be. submitted to 'this season, we have'heard'tbfonly f :th1i J 'Farm Safety Week arid -
Some Came Running the school before the child can minor damage done by hail a good time for ,us all to-,remember Burroughs

I Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Cash paid for good clean cot- be enrolled. Nolin also stated. and uily two. barns lost by fire. that farm accidents take a'
Shirley MacLaine ton rags. No Khaki or wooL Pupils who did not attend big,toll every year, often for lack
Plus (Color Cartoon Bring to Bradford County Tele- school here last year but plan to I Terry McDavid. son of Mr. and of observance of basic safety
graph. this year are also requested to Mrs. Fred McDavid of Brooker is rules. TEN
register. Pupils registering before the new manager of the Colum- .' ..ALPINE.BLUE

I school opens on August 29 will be bia Livestock Market in Lake We've had more than our shareof

!GEORGIA MILITARY ACADEMY I assigned to a classroom and will City.. In talking to. him this week, near-calamities, and know.. .we. : ELECTRIC
be ready for opening day. Nolin I Terry said he looks for cattle were lucky to get bY. Like tns
prices to slump in the fall but time Sam was stretching barbed
Boarding vacancies for the school year, 1960-1961 In said.Class lolls will be posted by 4 not u any great extent. He said wire with the tractor for a cross

grades 7, 8, 9, 10 to be filed.by.boys who have the p. m. Friday August 26. Nolin the cow population in this area fence and even though the line' ADDING

ability and the desire to prepare for college. Enroll requests that no parent call the 1 ig down considerably from whatit (was tight he edged the tractor ,' ,

ment NOW insures uninterrupted secondary education office to ask what room his child was not long ago. forward ,just ,,8 bit. more. You -.' : ...-" ..

for those who maintain average grades and good has been assigned to. First, second 'S. know what happened! The wire J.

conduct. i ---- -- and third grade rolls will be And speaking again of tobacco, snapped, and a loose; ,end of it MACHINE

posted near: the office fourth and we :see where a Montgomery whipped; by Sam like a shot.

\> FOR CATALOG WRITE REGISTRAR I \ fifth grade rolls at the west entrance County Ca.l grower was sent to S. f
....-.{ of "A" Building and sixth prison for repeated violations of Or the time'the tractor got : Io SEA MIST GIEE\!
grade roSs will be posted at the the leaf allotment laws. He was bogged down and a bystandertied Here's the latest for the modem office<
north entrance of the "Old Heil- charged with planting withoutan & length of two-by-four to 1".1. -" "
: bronn Building." allotment and refusal to al-, one'of the rear wheels- The wheel ...the fight compact all-etectrk

Pupils are also requested to geta BalanceToucfc'to
Burroughs Ten Key with new
: physical examination and Immunization
SPECIAL THROUGH AUG. 13 for all communicable striking CO/OH/ -

Diseases before the opening of MONEY


SEAT COVERS, CUSTOM MADE $19.95 up Movie Depicting WHEN '
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Custom Made Draperies Labor FreeD Depression Play I i ,t- '. to.:1te: .r;''" a'l' -,'41,'. .* ONLY $199 PLUS TAX ,
At Florida Theatre vo'ui- .t-
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-Il Montgomery Clif. cast as a r--, e '
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government engtaeer in the I r \ 4. .. "
1930's come to buy Tennessee NEED >: The Telegraph Takes Pridein ."'>'

418 E., Call St. Phone WO 4.6221 land on which the Tennessee \ --. -: ':. .,. ,,' .,
Valley Authority will build a ; .' '. ,. .
1 ... announcingthat :
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dam. is placed in conflict withan ,., '. j IT !

assortment of strong-willed '. :t are franchised dealers for the
_ characters in "Wild River" play- '. we now
COOL mm!!!
ing Sunday Monday and Tuesday -
.. famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines --
August 7. 8 and 9. at the I
MONDAY NIGHT,AUG. 8, NBC.TV Florida Theatre. LOANS 10 $600For

Guiding him through his turn manual or electric .. full keyboard or tenkey.It's .

ESTHER II bulent clashes is famed producer- Any Worthwhile Purpose
director, Elia Kazan who is making
WILL MSss J : his first picture since "A \\ the latest 8 !

/ t Face in the Crowd" in 1957. TAxES .-
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+ Moot interesting of the people it i. >: ; **, "- '
AT CYP ; ,. with whom Clift contends are'a UNPAID BILLS : ONLY $| | |

f.,: .l couple of females-an 80-year-old MEDICAL EXPENSES & & +9 .
\ woman and her grand-daughter REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS. plus' tax r5 Cr _: :

GARDENS!! a young widow with two small CASH PURCHASES. '.- .
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children. The grandmother is ETC ;;

s TAA ''t. played by a well-made up Jo Van ;, ,,'t."Y.: ..- ,.
V11LLlAMSa. .
KING B1HERWITH I Fleet and the granddaughteris .- .," 4- '
HER CUEST STARS 1e'er' : played by Lee Remick fresh

from her recent acting in "An Prompt : "
FERNANDO LAMAS'11 .... ., t atomy of a Murder." Servic'-ith,4 All Burroughs Adding

The involvement of hero and .
JOEY BISllOP4" uVY Machines Unconditionally
the grandmother produces a psychological Problems
DICK POPE THE AQUAMAIDS.M "" 1' 'tAQUAMANIACS \ battle between "tradi.

,CYPRESS GARDENS SKI = r tion" and "progress while his \t The New( I Guaranteed For One Full*

BALLET.WORLD/ CHAMPION DIVERS involvement with the young wid- i I

CYPRESS GARDENS AQUABABIES. > Ji." ow lead' down the more conventional STOP IN OR CALL THRIFTLINE Year!
F. path of romance. ,
v UNITED STATES BREWERS' ; :,?;:r ,: j Miss Van Fleet plays pioneer h! ADDING MACHINESTHURSDAY. < ". J. : .
\ i who has resided all her lif e-on -
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that U In the path of the <'.
is sr-1- United Slate Brewer waters that will soon be loosed 5
.; Founfatio ", for the dam. She is determined 'f Free Service For First Twelve Months!
."1i I ; .c.._-'L. "_"-'- ,_ of courser not to mo e out. *d i44 w CALL, ST.. .. .. .

_ i:+S" \!" '-- :0rI0M0t0 oJ N..Jlaia,...sail'I .... .-"- The Remick character is a Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, Fla. L "- TERMS TO RATED FIRMS

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: G. W. Marshburn Jacksonville Air Station with excessive -!of Bradiey's car and hitched a Conners supervised tobacco growing
; I Practice I Patrol StationConvenient
editorialV speed for road conditions.I ride with the first passing car. at the Florida State Prison
Daws- one of three sailors in:! 1
Passes July 19 '. ,: i There sere no injuries. Damage for many years. He was a member -
i the car, was turned over to Navy :;: to Bradley's car came to $500, of St. Edwards Catholic

Begins August 15 iI i Spot Shore Patrolmen who happened :;:and to the trailer. $50 Bradley Church.
Fox Facts Needed i it George Wilbur Marshburn 49, to Abe iu Starke. Damage to the
; was charged with failure to have Surviving are his widow Mrs.
I of Marianna died Tuesday, July I car was estimated at $50. j jMurgrove i ;
his vehicle under control and driving Alice McAndrew Conners of
19, after a brief illness: At the .
I For Accident investigated anotheraccidl'nt too fast for road conditions. Starke. and one sister. Mrs. Alice
for 1 cfiveStudy' I Coach Lennard Register stated time of his death he was ems j Friday night three and j jC.i Coyle of Middletown. Ohio.
this week that football practice ,:ployed as equipment administrator -I & halt miles north of Lawtey.
The Florida taxpayer, large and small, is getting a lot of will start August '15. j j I i. at Graham Air Force Base,!| Cpl. Carlos' Musgrove of the Harold Hugh Bradley. 41, ofJacksonville. Michael Conners Services were held at St. Edward's *
i FlIP had out of his Catholic
only to step Church Monday
attention these days. "Experts" on the state, county, and I There will be two workouts a ,;Marianna. i ij .>as driving south on
office to investigate an accident aiornins. August 1. with burial ia
city level are feeling his pulse, having him stick out his day until school starts and there- i i I Mr. Marshburn waS born. in I Friday night July 29. I U. S. 301 when nis car hit a sheetof Succumbs Friday Crosby Lake Cemetery. DeWitt
'Birmingham, Ala on July
back his lids to if the old after one. The morning workout water standing on the road I
tongue, and peeling eye see boy j 11 will oegin at 8 a. m. and end at i j i 1911. He was the son of the late I A 'radio! dispatcher looked out I from recent rains. Bradley lost |; Thomas Michael Conners 53,IC, Jor.cs Funeral Home wap in
can weather the storm of the next decade of Florida growth, !Dr. E. R. Marshburn of Lake the window of the new FHP sta- ;charge.
of Starke
9:30: a. m. Afternoon workouts I control of the car. veered over: to died suddenly at his
combined with continued inflation, and the ever-increasing tion north of Starke just in time Active pallbearers
and Mrs. Cora Alderman were James
I will begin at 4 p. m. and end at j Butler the wrong side of the road and : home last Friday morning, July I
demands of government expenditures. I 6 p. ;n. During school days praci j i i Marshburn who now resides. at I to see a car crash into a construction' sideswiped a traile? drawn by a i 29.I Hal din. Joseph Wallace Michael

Right now his troubles are being studied by a legislative I I tice wiii begin at 3:40 p. 'm. and i;j;Keystone Heights I, barricade on: U. S. 301. car driven by Raymond Edwardjoaayo. !Guertin. Ogden Bates. Robert
During the 'time the family The; car across the road I A native of Middletown. Ohio,'Turner and Michael Barry.
committee, together with college and university study I end at 5:40: p. m. !j Careened :: 25, of Orlando.Bradley's I
counties Bradford them Coach Register requests that i I'Iwas at Lake Butler Mr. Marsh- and wound ,.up In Palmer Williams' j -
teams, and many among are car landed bottom Mil
moving to conduct their own tax structure studies on the each boy take out an insurance ;burn attended Bradford County yard.:Musgrove stepped across i side up m a ditch. Witnesses told ALVAREZ' Men's Clothing (
High School for several. terms tlje.; street and charged the !l STOltE
local level. policy through the school to cover i grandmother |MusgrCiVe that a sailor his face i i Established 1894 If.
staying with his r.
i :any possible injuries during the driver. Benjamin J. Davis of the white as nis umiorm. Jutnoed oul t H
The objective of the legislative committee, headed by ,year. The policies cost $8.75 earn:Mrs. G, W. Alderman, during .. ', ..
Senator Tom Adams of Orange Park, is a complete revamping with the athletic department that time. He was a member of I

of the state's tax structure with a view toward dis- :payln three dollars on each poli ,the Baptist Church. .

tributing the load more equitably among individuals, business cy. The coach urges each boy to I Besides his mother and. grandmother w

houses, and corporations.It take out a policy even if he is| Mr. Marshburn is surviv-

is pointed out that from the time our limited three already covered in order to have 'ed by his wife Opal Hazen

per cent sales tax was enacted in. 1949 up. to the present, double protection. J iMarsnburn; and one.(daughter.
Each player isalso_ required to |Janice both of Marianna;.. a
Florida's tax structure has grown, in a hodgepodge manner
secure his parent's signature giv- brother Edward' Marshburn of I
as the Legislature struggled tq finance hew arid expanded big him permission to play and i:Miami and three sisters. Mrs. .ViV.ALLER

services brought on by heavy growth.. to present this at the first prac- I ]Frank Miller. Houston T as'l .

"Insofar as state government is concerned, there is un- tice. Also required is a medical II M Mrs. David E. Weimer Tampa,

likely to be any serious emergency ,to be, financed by the examination or an health okay t and Miss Helen Marshburn.} Jack-

1961 Legislature," a member of the committee said. "The from the family doctor. The sonville.

cities and counties, however, have critical problem in find- Health 'Department is open an Funeral services were held ;at'
finance their services day on Wednesdays and from 2:45 p. ra. Friday in Lake Butler
ing enough money to and that will
3:30: to 11:30 a. m. Saturdays for Baptist Church with Rev. J. R-
be of the major tasks of the committee. I
one this 4 .
purpose. Smith, pastor of the First Baptist

One county-and-city relief proposal being discussed Each player is also required to Church of Keystone Heights of- ,;,
around the state is an optional one per centadditional, sales bring to practice: white athletic ficiating. Burial was in Dekle ., VIVVVDAGYOOD

tax for use of county and city governments, California has socks shorts and T-shirt towel Cemetery. Lake Butler under the 'J'.:' f" \"'- (". .1.,'f. .
authorized such a tax.and nearly every county in the state combinaLionlock., birth certifi- direction -of DeWitt C. Jones .l ,. 1 A.; "'"'
cate: l if you have never been reported Funeral Home.Correction. '
has tacked it on in addition to the regular three per cent .
in any sport and a short I .t
state sales tax. .
liaircut is also requested. '
There is much to recommend such a measure for sales Coach Register says that with

taxes are paid equally by all, and they reach a segment of hard wok he believes the Tornado In the July 14 issue of the I

the population that would otherwise pay little if any taxes.It or can V repeat as Conference Telegraph it was"mistakenly

might also solve the stalemate that exists in regard to Champs. Ftated that Merrill McMillan is

ad valorem taxes, between those who favor full (or high) the county surveyor.

valuations and low millage and those who prefer to continue I Mrs. Crow DiesAfter '- Itiiias sins&bent called to the 4.' ....1- .. P .

with low valuation and high millage. Telegraph's attention "
that :THarry -. .
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These and other local tax problems will receive atten- Illness I I I A. Anthony of Starke is the registered < ,"f. ,; .: '. ',p'.'"'... .

the Chamber of land surveyor for Bradford .': > .
tion when of Commerce board directors I II ;: .
to create tax structure committee at its meet- I County. ; '
moves a study Mrs. Ola Brooking Crow 76, of I II .
ing here Monday. Each director has been asked to submita Plattsburg Mo. died Sunday July I I .., "

list of names (not necessarily Chamber members) from 24, at her home after a short ill- i I Back To .r '

which the committee will be picked to study the county'stax ness. She was born Jan. 7, 1884. !, Schoo .. ;

problems and make recommendations.In In Lathrop. Mo., the daughter of I I II ;;l i ii > ... k --......... ,,",,,.,.,)'......., ..'. .
Mr. Mrs. Samuel
initiating this study, the Chamber directors have I and Brooking.j SHOE REPAIRING !
At one time std was a resident of !
emphasized that the committee is intended of I I Ij
as a gesture : '
Gtaike vhen the family resided ;: WHILE YOU WAIT ..;
cooperation toward officials who have the responsibility of j .
many years ago. j i OR .....
administering local .government, and should not be con- Surviving are two brothers, iI I ONE DAY SERVICE i 6tii

strued in any way. to be critical or obstructive. It is be- Charles. S. Brooking of Gainesville I .
lieved, however, that the time has come 'when a sincere and arid Dr. Arthur J. Brookingof I Court Shoe Repair 4 ::

objective study should be made of the matter in view of increasing Loan Utah. j I 126 forth .Court'St. sky

demands that, will be placed on county and city 26-Funeral in Lyon services Funeral were held Chapel July j*I (Opp. Court House) '. -- ;..

governments in the ensuing years due to growth and expansion -'
:'Plattsburg, and burial was in Starke, Florida "
of the area. GreenLiwn i It ..
Cemetery there. !
t. Even now,-' the ntyr ommi' ion ia faced) with: the to"''':'I.-.r'It: ; -".... --_. Ab.r"1 ...srf ..l!

t. problem of having to do somethin about the', need 'for ad- Rec Department ') ''J ; ..... .

ditional space and facilities in, the .County courthouse if
Holds Tennis
not immediately, then at least within the next few years. Tourney

But the cost even of renovating the present building and A countywide'open tennis tour-I 1 Cq.YIR

adding on an annex would run into'a six figure um and nament is being scheduled by the .'

where is the money coming from? This is one of the ques- Recreation Department for the I

t tions that an impartial committee might help hard-pressed week of August 15 through 21,

officials provide an answer for. Director Bob Benner announcedthis

:' Chamber of Commerce President Carl Johns has said week. ...
Any resident of the is
that the keynote of the tax study 'group should be coopera eligible to enter. Anyone county interested I j l 4
tion and compromise rather than criticism
.and antagonism. should contact the Recrea-j j
N We believe that if this approach to the problem is car tion Department, Benner said. = -

ried through, much good can come from the studies initiatedby The Department is also sponsor-

this group. At least, it will serve to clear the atmos Ing a Red Cross Senior Life Saving

phere by providing. a sounding board for the airing of class at Strickland's Landing b.. r-- = -.

diverse opinions. It is our guess however, that something beginning Monday, Aug. 8, at 8:30 I f Y
a.m. The class will be held !!,
much more constructive than that will be the outcome if i daily _
through the week and anyone who .. ,. ., ... .
the objectives! of the committee are properly carried out. 'y; o' '. .o'.P'.. .o'.
is 16 -years old or in the eleventh: 'Tat it easy, Bud-IH got
grade is eligible to enter. Anyone a loan from
Home Veteran's
r ConsultantTo
Lighting"Discussed I interested should call the Recreation I

:. Visit Armory Department at WO 47441. i! 'LOCAL FINANCE CO.
By The thni'about a reliaW

Al Crosby. Bradford County ser- Social Security loan service is that it provides -

I. Brooker Group vice officer has invited Joe A. funds without .unnecessary red

Crawford to his office as a con- A representative of the Gaines ]I tape and at low rates, when most
w sultant to discuss technical'ques- rtlfe Social ,
"Home( Lighting was the pro- Security Office will needed. Consult us TODAY!
pram; topic when the Home Demonstration tions and problems with veterans be in Starke at the courthouse at i

County Council met and then survivors or dependents 9:30: a.m., on Thursday, Aug. 11, I, I

Tuesday.: July 19. in the Brooker residing in this area, with regard I for the purpose of conductingsocial Ir

Community Center with members to such benefits as hospitalization security business. 1 r

of the Erooker Club as hosteses. education and training Persons who desire to make application -I I V I r
e insurance disability, widows
After a covered dish luncheon for social security re II
and dependents' parents benefit tirement or survivors benefits, I
N at noon. A. M. Pettis with the I secure
and QI housing loans.
State Extension Service. Gainesville social security account numbers A ;. ir
1 1
Crawford represents the headquarters or get any other social security I I
helpful hints
gave many ]
office of the Florida Department 1 1 1
en home lighting. For close work I information are invited to
t I of Veterans Affairs.
such as reading and sewing he see the representative at the time I .
Pass a Grille Fla. and his ser-I of his visit.
'tl recommended a reading lamp I vices are offered free of charge. 'L. .
u, with a IbO-watt milk white bulb. .d: ;
Appointments with Crawford
't' The shade should be translucent I I
w I may be made in advance throughthe
and flared, with a white lining. 1 1II county service officer at the IS YOUR HOT WATER .Y
This type will give good special
!i National Guard Armory Starke
UiH.: lighting, but some general lighting -
is also needed to prevent a I I I ed where Crawford may be contact- COSTING YOU TOO MUCH? v
personally August 12 from 9 :,
.. contrast of light In the room the i to 10 a. m.
speaker said. When viewing television -
: he recommended placing THEN CHANGE TO SLADE .f

I lamp near the set and one some ATTENTIONThe GAS AND SAVE! .
I' distance from it to prevent a
contrast: between light dark Telegraph would like to
II,It that is hard on the eyes.and :make it known that State Prison Slade offers you a 30-galign, 10-year

Mr. Pettis also displayed :some Correctional, 54. or Officer Lawtey. Carlos is not Norman the- Warranty Gas Hot Water Heater for

approved reading lamp kits which .
man charged by the Bradford only $3.45 month.
members per
may construct and County
showed the group a new type of
petty larceny in the theft of .
lighting which will replace light farm implements.The No Carrying Charge
bulbs some time In the future. S. 45'No
Carlos Norman who is V KINGSIZVE'COiEafQO.S.PAT.
The president Mrs. A. C. Ellis charged with the crime is 29- Labor Charge for

r and Hiss Enra Blanchard report years-of-age. ,according to the installation
. In ed on the: State Council Meeting FBI. and lives at Heilbronn I
Pay only for material used
which they attended last week: ate Springs .Off.
the University of Florida. with no further down payment Per

.. Door prizes, a reading lamp kit!it plus ONLY' Mo.
j by Mrs. John Douglas and Miss .
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:--- -- -- visit inwith Jacksonville") .... ..................9MAXVfl.tE ''Gladys Duval drove .tO'Waycrossr;I i I
i.i..l 1.U( 'i.A family visited in Jacksonville I Over the weekend .with Mr _and eral dayi '
Sunday with Mrs. Bell's brother Mrs. Clifford Sumner and family. :, Mr. arid Mrs U M. ChesS-. Ga.. last Saturday for a visit with Miss Turner's sir;ter.
Mrs. I Rev. and Mrs. Billy Patterson t
I and sister-in-law. Rev. and .
BALDWIN Conner is and family will leave Monday for man.Mr.. and Mrs. .J. W. Edwards Mrs Dorothy Kilgore and
Melviii Conner. Mr Rocky Face, Ga. where Rev Patterson were called. to Columbia. :, S. C.;lastweek By Mrs. C. U, Nolan daugiitei, Mary, and.Miss Shirley ,, 'at
'. pastor of the Anniston Baptist -
e C.' B. Nolan sill conduct revival by the death of Mr. 'Ed j Kigginbotham enjoyed the Ape ,,
Btln. church there. In the afternoon ; ser- f Af _""eui.iar.auua MILK
( .: Club Convention in Jacksonvillelast : !
trip to Ft. !I tlc s. \While away they will visit ward's brother. Cooper Edwards. '
enjoyed a
AA A"AA"A A.& I Caroline.: they. l with their families In Rome Ga. Funeral services were held on Mrs. J- G. Jackson and Mrs. B.1 i' Saturday:; night. j i
I ; M. McRae of Starke, and Mils.
We'pre sorry to learn that Mrs- Mr. ar.d Mrs. Cecil Mobley and r Mrs. J. B. Cowart spent last [Thursday at the Washington St. ,
J. W.. Bell fell and broke her family enjoyed a visit in 'l weekend\ in Valdosta: Ga. with .Memorial Methodist Church. Earl Cook of,Maxville carried I I II Mrs. LongSuccumbs
last confined HazelI'hurst her brother arid' ; Mrs. J. W. Edwards and Mrs. L.!their niece, Mrs. Elizabeth Stal-i I ., J
arm week and wit> Ga. last week with [! sist'er-jri-law, Mr; I 8Se
St Vincent's for a1 : and Airs. Harold Roberts IE. Roberts attended a party at i naker. and children to Norfolk, gal
to' : Hospital Mrs. W. Si: Mobley and Mr. and ,and ; ;
couple or days. Mrs. Jack Manning. family. :the the.nome or Dr. and Mrs. J,I Va. last week where they bOardeda j
II plane to Cuba, where Mr. Stal- ,
Duval and Mrs. Mrs Bizzell E. Watson Macclenny Tuesday ,
Miss Gladys Mr. ana Mrs. W. J. Bell had as J L. daughters -
Nell Turner of Manville visited in their guests last Sunday Mr and of Savannah, Gad arrived i night in honor of Miss Sandra. naker is stationed. They'will bethere i Mrs. Ruby Brownlee Long, widow ,4. w iose
for the next two '' of the late Judge A. V. Long
Fraser, bride-elect. years.
Way dots. Qa. last Saturday with Mrs. Rossie! Bell! Mr: and MrS: Wednesday for a visit with Mr. ,
Harold McQuaig They ,.-ere'gone from Monday resident of Starke, Eggs Bread
:Mr. and Mrs. and a former
Mrs. Katie MaeStrickland and Andrew Bell and Mr. and Mrs. T. j and Mrs L. E.: Roberts. I
of Jacksonville visited Sunday 'unto Thursday. died Monday night in, Gainesville,
family. '| Richard and' Eugene Bell and
I R. Pnrigle of Jacksonville.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Harreil .We are that Emaline where she had resided for 34 Ice Cream
night with Mr. sorry Bell
Mr*-and Mrs. Ray Adkins and and Mrs. Clifford Sumner Patsy. and Peggy_Smith of. Max- .
returned home from I II Bennett, and Mr. and'Mrs. R. V, has broken her arm and wish hers years U
family .have j
I and family have as their guests e
Convention Bradley. speedy recovery.Little ;i Mrs. Long was born in Sparta Cheese
a delightful vacation trip to Mi- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sumner and I I .art red Cottage
Misses Judy and Jane Spence Rhonda Parrish. daughter Miss and, moved to.Starke at an
Mount- night. vermilion
ami and into the Smoky Phlox art
family of Biloxi, Miss. will
They I spent vacation at Jack- of Mr; and Mrs. D. J. Parrish, her. rentB. the I
s airs be here during August and then Mrs Donnie DeLoach of Fitzgerald a week I early age with p 'Our milk will win you Orange Ju'ceI
sonville Beach the last week of rteppsd into some hot coals atStrickland's late'Mr. and Mrs. James L Brown- .
Uevival; This Week Hill l leave f6r Spain where Mr. I Ga. is visiting Mr. and frilcha. a billion. ..---,-
went to Albertville Landing last Saturday -I ",
July and then lee. i
Tha Orange Street Baptist Sumner will be stationed. Mrs. Clifford Sumner. I
Church holding; revival services I i: Mr and Mrs. Earl Alleny Jr. I. Mrs. G. Barrineau of Fruit- |Ala. tor ,a visit with their,grand "fend burned her feet very j Survivors include a daughter ,.I
i' parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. painfully, however she is improving Mi Marcus Conant ,of Gainesville II'
j this week and some very good : and family enjoyed a trip to I rand Park is visiting her par- | I'
Spence. Mr. and Mrs. Spence returned .- now. a sonA. C.- ) of flew:
messages, are being delivered by ; Lee bur? and Orlando during I ients, Mr. and Mrs.-G.W. Pringle. I ; {.orpg
,Rev. ;ft* 'Jey. Woodhouse. He is a'' their vacation.Laren .. J Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Crews'1 I home with hem. for a few Richard and Eugene Bell, and York -Cn.y: ; :seven' 4grjuidcaildren
and musician too and J I ''weeks'151t.. Patsy and Peggy Smith enjoyedthe and five greatgtandchifdre'n.Fpnbra .
singe: good Cone son of Mr. and are moving to Camilla. Ga. this ; .
everjo'ne-attending is .enjoying it 1 week I where Mr. is Ape Club Convention ininJacksonville ; l services.were held at. 2
; Mrs. Floyd Cone, is getting along/ ( Crews. no\v ... nightMrs. ,.
s very much. A cordial invitation I nicelY following eye in mnlnYf'r1.. : Saturday p m. .Wednesday( in the First
Is extended to everyone to attend.' St. Vincent's Hospital last week. ,Ming C. I;. Nolan and sons. Billy i! Cash paid for good, Clean, cotton Hattie Nolan has been l Presbyterian: Church, Gainesville, mim ices

Mn and "Mrs. P. A. Lafazontsl I: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts ,and Bobby, went to see Mrs. No- I rais.. No Khaki or wool suffering .from a pulled ligamentin burial in Evergreen Cemetery I
1 has .a. heir guests In t week Mr,1LafazonV spent last weekend in Daytona i" tan's mother, :Mrs. W. A. Cannon, :Briar id Bradforo County Teletraph. "[ her leg. ( I .
Lrother-in-law and II I Ecach. t i in Palatka last week and, while Miss Nell Turner and Miss :

sister?. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Matsis Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reynoldsand there. enjoyed several sightseeing- !I .- ---- T- R --
arid -,,1ft; Ann Allman and children -I family and; Mr. and Mrs. I trips to points of interest :on the :
-they 1 were enroute to New I Kasey Reynokj; enjoyed several West Coast, including Rainbow 1

Hampshire and Quebec.'I'I fishing trips to Fernandina".Springs and Weekewatchee .

..Mr.:: \ud Mrs. Billy' Roberts had Beach and the Jetties while they j Springs.t ; .
as their guests Sunday Mrt. Rob-!I were vacationing for the past two t Mrs. Clifford Sumner and Mrs.

,ert's''tuother! ,. Mrs. R. S. Bailey of weeks.J. I Ronnie Dixon and son were in '

Lakefcifo Ga. 'and for the weekend I .. U. Conner, father of Mrs. G. ''Brunswick.. Ga. Tuesday for a visit H Weaitter Advice
'h ad Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. Boll' underwent surgery in St. withrelatives.. o.t '

RobertsXand? *: family oMIomerville. Vincent's Hospital on Monday.Mr. I ){r. and Mrs.. Harrell Bennett
f" and lir. and Mrs. R. V. Bradley ,
Ga.Mrs and Mrs. J. C. Reeves I ,
vid f Mrs. Marvin Lanier moves on Monday to Baxley, Ga.["celebrated their wedding anniversaries ., .. I
and ;family, ,and Mr. and Mrs.H.6sey Sunday.. The Bennett's was < .. f'
,;i,ey olds enjoyed several Ga.Andy .. : .;.' : '. t'_ -
Bell of Jacksonville I is the 28th and Bradley's the 29th. ; : : v : r, 7,
intieejng trips last week to Silver spending this week with Eugene Mr: and Mrs. J." K. Cox visited ,
>rfo$$, White Springs, and in' Ferriandma Beach last Sunday Mt

the Otenokee; Swamp. Bell.Mrs.. Margaret Romines and 'with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cox and

MP...*,t f)3d..' M:s. O. W. Bell and family ot Brunswick. Ga. visited family. While there they enjoyed '9011.6 'KEEP COOL '
.--- '. being with Mr. Cox's cousin Eu- : ,

lalia Cook, who is a missionary to r .i t xtt

Cuba. \
The New Scripto Little Harry Ervin l left last Friday t";'\-c.-"?'::-. ,' ', I
: ,
with his Mr.ancf : .
grandparents (L5.. -:;. :
Mrs. H. F. Ervin for a visit .>i
Business Line Ball Fens far Grovevffle,. A. ,J. with Mr and ", 11';

i Mrs, F. M. Ervin. 44 .): / 1
;; !J if
Hfrreir Bennett' and R. V. Brad ::;=
i and Refills I ley enjoyed a deep sea fishing trip : .;'. :.

ort the new boat out from Femandfria1 ',:

FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING Mrs. Mildred Monday.Cobb and son of S-; i.y

West Palm Beach are visiting?I _
here with her parents, Mr.. and l"!,i'
only '25c each Mrs. Jim Bridges. < 1

Jfr. and Mrs. Jim Bridges, Mr;
Mrs. James Bridges and fan !

of Lake City, Mr. and ,Mrs. J.

J REFJLIABLE! I. Brffiz ft\"; of Columbia City and Y'f V \1

, _., ". I"i IiMre\i.\ Cobb", rd. fSn, cele- .r '
L ted Mr. Bridges' birthday at \ 10' 1\\
C 1
Ocean Fond Saturday. .. "J.I! .
\ list t;$ ,
with .Refills 1 Oc ,ea. 'Mrs. Will Mixon and"family of __ '

I Beaufort, S. C. are visiting this ., f 'i
.Mr. ;'''- ,,:
week with and Mrs. John F.
I ::
BLUE Cross and family.' Mrs. Mixonb'rought :i,?

her mother, Mrs. J. N. -
BLACK back, .wlt'take' ., '.
Cross, and her :. ,
*. RED daughter, Nan home with her. : N o.h 1 "'' .':-" '.: No. 2
Nan has been here for .
:: :.. . Water .
Sit In Tub of Cold
MEpIUM I.fQL'T.sTh'e several weeks. -' a
OR ?
FINE ./ ;Geta Yul 1- Brynner .Haircut. ; t ,; ;
are all very glad to know . '. .
., .,
.Jt io
that C. Meeks is able to be I -,,
p. _. i|*" ; -. J'I '
; out of tie Coffee County Hospital : _

I writing,most,ever* 'devised.BRADFORD --Vs ;-- ***-*. Georgia been in family confined Douglas this is week.expected Ga.with, where pneumonia.The home h6 from has.. No. 3 : LIt. Us Worry About Your Printing Problems i

I Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Campbell ; > f ?

and family spent from Sunday un

til Tuesday with Kirs. Clifford ( :.. '
and before're ; : .
Campbell '
family "
COUNTYTELEGRAPH turning to their home' in Lake 'S : ,. ';.:.. .' S .< 1, 't.",

land.Mrs.. .:paul ,Carter is expected :J .. ">; .- Now that fie Telegraph/ Has Added OFFSET :i .. .' ; ?-i'

." ... .
,' home this week after staying with 4r .- j .
1 '
her fattier,, Mos Tdmlinson, who ,I ;',; ':' '" equipment to its printing plant, we :': ::i ..> .

!t has been a patient in the Jasper .

I' hospital in better than before toSupply :
are position ever i.
"I' Mr. and Mrs. ,R. S. Mills and ',,:,. .
family moved to Jacksonvillefrom '
Savannah Ga. and visited ": 1: needs ; and
I ; your promptly Affectively, ,
I1Sere last week ;with Mrs. J. kClarIana !.;:' ;0. -4: ".

,. 'Mrs., Grady(family Roberts; ,.Mary Jane {t '.'.j..-. ai prices in line with those offered anywhere 1 t. 1

jtybeits; arid Mrs.,Max Pike.v1sl itrd :'" 'r" ,'" .

t 1. WIth :Mrs. E. V. Roberts in ,a"t.Vinteiit's '.' '-f: :f !- r tot Duality ,work.. ;,': 7! i I
last Tuesday, 'f. "
Hospital -. -t. .
fold wilt jrf-. Mason Simmons In I !\ t t r<#,_ ';." 'I" L .' '. '1!: ,_> I
'il1i '
the Baptist Hospital. .,; ?; '
". '.
rev: Jots J6"1111 and *nvacationing ; 1 II'I
dhr r t ;; "
in Chattanooga '. !
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!t r 4 e 4 "i.t Tenrr. this week. I
4t .. -'"
Ward has been received here i Whether need business card or a complicated ruled I .... ;.-'-;::'.:. '" I
?, ;r r MtV e'a j from Mrs. Marshall Hpch of L6jiansport : 1 .. .; .
I $11 t / %itlil father 1t l: ;
r that her .
l I, r d r, M WWiam Funk former resident of ': 'i:-.J.w : ,form tickets. for your club's annual outing, or a fancy .t : .

!k r !: Tae f teE ':Baldwin July 7. Out passed$Y 1ip away thy <)s there extendedto on :.'. .<,.oJ'' ;. ,. illustrated. folder wejre here ta serve you with the' ::: 'a. :" .

the .' ; "0'
"Even with, all your weight your house won't settle We are family.' glad that Mrs. E.- V. **--V.'? .: facilities of Off-Set or Letter-Press Printing. You can : : .- ..; ,:r'

now. Those blocks are from Starke Builders Supplies." /ipberts/ is now able to be at home : '

:. cent's after being Hospital confined for several to. St: days.Vin ; t*. ,.';JS-.V J.}3.: .depend on us to use the process that works best to your :.; ,,j.. ;.,{'ry. '. 'I

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lafazo shad { \ .
advantage. :;; :
as Sunday guests.Mrs. Laf4- "
: NO MONEY DOWN zonis brother-In-lany' and sister. f. ::-;; ,..- I
I Mr. and Mrs GeorgeV. Johnson. i *\ .r .::-: ::: .

of LaTceland. They were on tbebr No charge of course for fresh ideas and approaches '' .
way to ..Connecticut. ; f new **" -fJ> III
.Repair Baby Mr.'Cft-rfnd$ismari Mrs. L. tL Chessmafnof .; that -will add zest to your printed material. Just call : }" "
Jacksonville armounce the arrival ,
Add Rooms -_-..-. ,Carport' of a son on Friday, July 29, Wti 4-3101 'and leave the rest to us. > I

at; St. LttkB'? H Spitit He his J> f

BqthRoom 1 hen named 'ch 1st r. Mrs Ch s- '.;, :. 0 .,', I

-. I man Is7,the tormer Miss Mary Lie 4 .
Crews daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "-:',
( ,
Morris Cre4i'. of Baldwin. -
r: TURES) Mr. nd MrS.- Morris Crewsvisited ,

I *" Time To ,- -roof, frith, .Mr.at Kid-Jacksonville' Mrs.' L.: ;!of. Sunday Chessman '' : :i% Bradford '; I

t len. and Mr._and.Mrt u Henry .Al- County Telegraph: f

Revival .services .are continuingfor .

PRKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES .the Jth! consecutive1. week at r
the Otis Church of God. Rev. \ Serving $tare and Area Since 1 7879 .***

9fe. W 4-i201 Starke!.,,Fli Qrlfflar is the minister _
,; Mrs. Sarah Lillian Burned returned I uL

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BKADFOK1) COUMV TELEU-AI'a. ST.a;, FLoKiUA s&AM1. AUGU -.4. 196ft _
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alone he declared, more, than event addition to its charitable' ty' that .Is' afforded annually" by t complaint\ from Mrs. William I tactical conditions. The units I Student Council

Efforts Started I two million dollars were" contributed -I purposes! V j this contest," he chairman n added. Lane,. who said water was flooding .-i Guard Units furnished service and performance i _

by Elks lodges to charitable I ,"This is the foremost event held :J "In view of" this fact, it is sincerely ; hf r property because of the to keep the division "rolling Officers Attend

purposes over the entire U. S. : in Bradford Coqntr each year* :' : hoped that the businessmen 1 stopped-up ditch. Street Superintendent -' !end firing" but contact teams

On Promotion i 'More people' contributed ta the I I McRae said, 'and is the only ) and :the people of Bradford S. R. Hicks had attempted -!Rated Superior and repair teams as well as other : Youth Workshop 0
support of our own Harry Anna. event that gives Starke and Brad-i County themselves will get behind V :, to dig out the ditch ,personnel operated camouflaged -

Crippled Children's Home than ford County statewide publicity I. the Strawberry Bowl Committee w ?n. another resident, Guy Edwards I and blackout conditions.The I

Bowl Elks themselves" McRae said. and recognition. This_ publicity 1 and offer full cooperationto stopped him and told Hicks : BothCompanyCofStarkeand day began with breakfast at I Officers of theStudent Council

Strawberry I More' than 50 per cent of the alone is of great benefit to alII make 'this event community. that the ditch was on his pro- Company B of Camp Blanding of 1'6:15: a. m. and ended at 4:30: p. at Bradford High' attended the

funds received by this institutionwere civic and business organizations. wide program' in which all facets peily. the 748th Ordnance ,Battalion, I:m. except when repairs had to be i iI : Florida Youth Workshop in

[Continued From Pare One] contributed by non-Elks It offers a marvelous opportunity\ social, religious and business Council voted to have an abstract -'! 48th Armored Division received I I completed in emergencies and the I Gainesville last week July .25-30,

worthwhile charities) in' which which is sufficient testimony as to point out the numerous ad- will unite efforts to make It' "company determine who |: a Superior for their performance .units nad a night problem. Cindy a bbari sec.-treaB. re-

Bradford County may become In- to Its.value as a Florida hospitaland vantages of Bradford County to a an annual event that tops any :the owner of the property is be- | fat summer field training. County I II It Is estimated. Crosby stated ported. -

volved." health unit for crippled children !.large influx of visitors, They get I staged by other communities," I fore 'taking any further action. I'Service Officer Al Crosby report- .I that the 48th Division payroll The students beard speakers

>fcRae pointed! ( out that the ," he added. a first hand opportunity to observe McRae urged. :The,ditch Is Inside a fence erect- ted. for the field training period was from Florida and other states, buthghlights

The new Strawberry Bowl for themselves what a fine 'The importance of the Straw- I: ed by Edwards who Is under The units are rated by evalua- I.1200000. I of the 'Workshop were

Elks organization, which sponsors chairman pointed out that there community Starke actually is. berry Bcwl to Bradford County the. impression that he owns the tion boards composed of officers Others from Starke attending I Miss Hubbard said whert they

the Strawberry Bowl. Is primarily are many other benefits to Brad- The City and County could better may be pointed out by the, .fact ;land Hicks said.S of the Regular Army each year. I I. the training as members of units I II. heard from youth 'leaders of their

dedicated ta charity. Last year ford County from this annual I take advantage of this opportuni- that .Tany other communities .are The 748th: Ordinance Battalion in thj 48th Armored Divisionwere i own age. such as Bill Nelson, presIdent -

j I now doing or planning to, the was rated second in the 48th I I. Lt. Col.! A. Y. Covington of )Key dub International _

I II same thing$ the .chairman said.!r S SoilTreatmentTo Armored Division this year., Maj. Hugh B. Ingram, and members j' and president of the State 4-H _

I "When the Strawberry Bowl. was 1 r. "This division has been awarded of the signal detachment Club, who spoke'on "Youttl LeadershIp

I first organized, there wE're' only ; the highest training index of I I Corps at Camp Blanding.The ," Beth Garraway, ,secretary -

two other bowl!" events in North Topic Of all National Guard divisions in Guard units hold 48 armory of state of Girl's State who

i'1oridathe Meniack Bowl, in I the U. S. for three years in a I I drills each year in addition to spoke on "Citizenship' -of Touth-

*&mn JacJ I onville. and the Pecan Bowl I f row" Maxwell C. Snyder commanding the two weeks field training. and "Wheety" !McMillan president

3pNLv: $$2.SO A WEEK JfeU'Wtenn GIVE :Jn West la this Florida.northeastern Other communities rea of-,!Berry Growers I camp.: general, announced at I.I.I I Crosby said.MAYOR'S. Council.of the Gainesville V High Student

Fbi ida are taking a lesson ,now : The two local units completed., COURTJust Thursday .afternoon, July 2?,

from the importance and 'success I Soil fumigation soil testing their 15 days active duty training the group enjoyed .a picnic on

of the Strawberry Bowl and ,are ,I and: plastic''nulcldng will be the [sumnci camp] upon thenre- I four cases were tried In I Lake Wauberg in 4he. Ijnttersity

out to imitate, copy, and attempt 1 I I main! topics of discussion' when turn to Starke Sunday afternoon,I Mayor's Court Monday morning I of Florida Reservatlpn. frlday

VV to imprc\e on) this fine yearly attraction I l,Bradford County strawberry July 31.Thd August 1. night, July 29, was. highlighted by

., -wwvsw / ." !McRae declared. V i r growers meet In.the courthouse first week was spent in I In a case held over from last fa banquet. V

FOR He pointed out that last year I I. tVS p. m. Friday Aug. 5. I garrison at Fort Stewart, Georgia I, week Cecil Albert Addison,I I Local students attending the

,_, ;CLEAE1CLO 4 two additional bowls were'form d I I County Agent G T. 'Huggins is 'I where each local unit set up op- charged with reckless driving by workshop were Johnny Devore,

1 In this area and that another i stressing these factors in a three- i peration? to act as ordnance units I speeding forfeited a bond of I' of the Student Council;

large community close] to Starke.f I point program designed toV bring I for a third of the 48th Armored $27.50. 'I. president vice-presldeftt and V
Emory Eunice ;
V is also ,attempting. to'' organize a :! the' strawberry'industry in Brad- Division. These operations consisted !I .
<',:-, V George Shaeffer reckless driving Cindy tJiftbuy rt s.; V Introducing bowL ford County back to its former I of operating a mechanicalrepair I V
;I V V V '
by speeding fined $27.50 or Council.
'" ':"X s- I' -Strawberry Bowl is piestlgf. I platoon in shojls and con- ,
-d.;,.{.j;, : first place in this .section of the I In, discussing V the meeting Friday tact teams to make mechanical !.I serve five days in jail; also fined V iVVRottyctib
,.,,(.' 1961 Westinghouse 2cydeLaundromatAUTOMATIC I $12.50 or sentenced to serve two I V V
'"< "''l.' State as a community enterprise night, Huggins said: "We are repairs of various types such as I, :
a'stop I
,iIi I WASHER end as a sports event1 McRae about ready to 'say that soil test- replacing motors, gaskets fuel. days in jail for running 'I

{;; declared. "In view of the increase I ing and fumigation are 'musts' if pumps axels and ignition systems -:I sign. He was put on probation I A film on dq-it-yourself pre-

y w" ;, : '. .. "', ;,in competition it will be necessary you -set' strawberries. Mulching on trucks and jeeps.In .. I i I for 60 days and given a suspended I. paredncsE was shown at the Rotary -

,vt.5\t'J1.L;,.Zl l {, ..... I for every person in Bradford with plastic may be close be- addition to. these jobs other ;. sentence op the second' charge. Cldb Wednesday by'Capt. W.

< jU' I \ County to assist and support the,I hindfHe" duties included artillery checking I Jasper Sauls, public intoxicationand i M. Ledoetter and Sst. J. APed-
J i: f" Bowl that it will all using profane and indecent i
.,} Stra berry so urged strawberry grow- and repairs small arms repairs
< ,4.. !ersen of theVArmy Reserve Training -
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fined $27.50 or given
the outstanding bowl to out and language
v1A -til ., remain sis come Friday night j and welding and body work.
f't"' <, exclusive wtiatMNa MULTI:!o-SPUD"" WAIHIMC event in North Florida. For these join iri the dtecussions led by Dr. I in five days on each count. i Center in Jacksonville. The
week spent
The second
\.H t : V BOOR Mill yen wirn la Mt V ACTION ,..bl.. cio$. with the knowledgeof James was intoxication was in charge pf Dr. L.
,: S V V ttwui4)cat reason: and Montalaro associate vegetable Paul Fleming, public -I program .
J:, .''t rtoiMhgt *(er SluGacllw..f' ;aivouac and the units operated
,," ,\'&'. lAd dellrl'll\' 1_x. li"Wv } the support we have receivedin crop specialist with the in the field under simulated forfeited bond of $27.50. !JH. .1 enm ,..,,- V'I V

<:\s; tVS's. : 1 .AUTOMATJUNTIJEOfOR..mopI.nSd. _S previous: years everyone anti- t Agricultural Extension .Service, < .. l
."k.. :,.\,: : : I wash end rinse wstw I cipates that the 1960 Bowl will,be and Paul Huber. chemical company -
LAUNDROMAT USES LESS WATU tba- $ < the largest and greatest. yet," the field representative. V III PEVTOFLORIST 8. THOMPSON ST.,
; It
- t, S atoniatks..Hss pinch detergent -V -_ chairman added. "Soil.fumigation has made the Sell It Rent It Trade PHOSU WO 4-4J55
co-chairman with
Serving greatest single contribution to increased -
j It easts so little to jet u extra-dean; U F. WIRE FLOWER!* A.MTWHERB
McRae will be J. D. Seymour. L. yields starting with the '
V .
: W V ttchg
V I\ lira-bright. utra-lresh.ww with $900 00 .
_. your Weitinglioase Laundromat. V PvV.vv M. Gaincs will head the program 1957' crop" Huggins said. He added WITH( A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED : FOR* *.:.& V

L- Come fa today.tnd las tt .emOIl- With Trade committee assisted by the follow- _,that there had also been close !New and used Building Supplies.
MoDaLu33. (ttVtIfliV -.- ing members: Dr. A.. J.. Barry, iltention to other improved man- Drive way pipe U' lengths $1.25
I: ._ Doyle E. Conner Horace CockreH; agement practices. MRMORIALi AND R E I per toot.Pudding See Bill Supplies.' Jackson, Jackson tfchg-

J. D. Doyle Elden W. Mathews,t* The county agent credited soil :o WORDS OR LESS. 'O.e laiwrtleB (Miming* Chance) .. -_ 41

MitoUof.Itetrlc Dryer ehf W.M s vwk YoucanbeSURE..ififs i Westinghousi] and Charley> E. Johns. The selection I[testing! ,. which V,started on experimental S1XUER SEWING MA'CHTATS

;.. committee will consist ofthree :plots here in 1954 with alarge EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 3d __ 4* Pet Word Co.rmt-Bcatatlve Mondays will be In Bradford
n4 Fridays. For service -
co-chairmen: Robert the credit for increased en any make- machine write
Rae, John Kopelousos. and G. J. yields... .1 BLIND- ADS'OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCB or call Singer Sewing Machine Co.
: 402 N. Marion St or phona 8M
McGriff Jr.Serving /'With proven results from r Lake. City Fla. Tfchg

as members of'the these'two practices,-we expect to I WE HAVE a new loan program for FOR SALE
ticket committee.1 with .Jerome Fee even greater and more .economical farmers. Loans ot 1 to 8 years Ready mix concrete, conrrets block uAKEVlEW BEACH AT.CO Gts
requirements Electric kitchen. Reserve .
NORTH .F FLORIDA SUPPLY for the entire credit rones., fence posts sand, cementMotar your
C O. Johns as _chairman will be:' yields- with the increasing of the farmer ant his fam mix, rock steel, oyster shell now. Swim picnic fixh. Fall Waldo
George W. Brown.' James Cannon use of plastic mulching" Huggins ily. Gainesville Production Credit Lliierock and Roof GraveL Phone HO '-:55%, or see Mrs. A.. Comer,
Main. .
Association, 6JO. Horth W04-2521 Bradford EngineeringCo. Earleton, P1* .Wchg Ijl.
Maxie Carter" Sr.,. Maxie CarterJr. tsald.-"I would ,strongly urgre that Gainesville Fte. V tfch" tfchg <

224 N;. Temple Ave. Dial WO 4-2113 ., Morris Carter J.- E. Denmark, plastic. mulching not be used FOR RE.'VT.be4'90 KUnrUrD-
: C. D. Edwards. ,L. M. Edwards, QW1J r.V ,unless soil-testing and JUDIOI'REP..I.ED Complete T-ee Service Ishedbouse,Sn' Ftl1OflVR& Phone
:)V:, tr .' V: '4 ." V I. .'V V V Mijte.lH" <\Qli. .: Inman.. 9.rt a oijt,practices,:'ve Jn- ..._All_.......c.* *..V...'AJt. --J4....-,... \VOIIi'S': I_: V *J*> tfcbg-.
S'l4RKEFLOlpDA Douglas 'Hardy, 'J. E, Hitchcock, c1ude in the program" he add- SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV Pruning Bracing Oft-Moss FOR SALE Preedlng'age registered
: Urns Grf*. ,Otfker ing; -' Cavity Work Tree Removal Bttllg. Price -
Paul Johns J. R.: Kelly, George ed. Ph.0 4-8MI V Angus reason
412.K CM St. able. Conner, WO
Kopelousos T. F. Landrum, Hen- "With more tnan 160 growers V BtarkeFL.COLONIAL V TransplantiDrSapp' Doyle. 44501.tfchg

... ry LaPorte S. R. MarcO. Pat Mc- selling strawberries through the Tree SurgeonsPETE

SALE Griff Everett McKinney.. H. Starke auction market this sea- Only F. T. D. Florist FLORIST In Starke. SAPP Own r I FOR apartment BFiT, 404--4 take'room St,unfurnished Call WO 4-

/ SALE SALE Noegel. L. H. Outlaw H. H. Rabb. son'there is no question that this Flowers wired ,any place. Flowersfor STARKE PHONE WO 4-S9M 4594. V tfchg
T.: G. Ritch,.A. C. Roulston. Irvin all occasions locally. Phone
crop attracts more V attention and
East Nona St. tfcbg
WO 4-9291, (06 FOR SALE Five room block
Robbins. Charles Schmitt. Robert affects;, the income of more rural hot M. Will sell, reasonable. Call
I. Shallei Henry Stefanelli. and F- apart WO 4-0*U. 409 Center "8t. 4tp SPIt
families than anY' other Huggins FOR nENT-Furnished
FRIDAY F, Stump. declared. "Tobacco runs'close ments. Reasonable rates. Near
shopping center. Phone WO '.!01l FOR SALE House and 45 acresof
ONLY Thozn2 E. Lewis was named I iecond, with 104 growers and is or WO 4-077 evening or call at 21S land 5 miles west of .Lawtey.
of the event assisted by S. St. (Shell OH Co. Office.) Mr:: J. P. Sullivan. 475T Klngsbnry.
I.secretary very dose to strawberries in eco Cherry Jax. 5.. Fla. phone EV 88870.4tchg.
SATURDAY Warren Winkler, H. O. Bates HI nomi value to the county. Future tfchg V Sill

V was named'treasurer,. assisted by seasons will determine which is HASTINGS MATTRESS ,. FOR S.ALEIJ'( shoats, 2 sows and
J. C. Wallace, I greater," he added.. 1 barr. May: be seen Monday and
V John Kopelousos will serves & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Tuesdays. W.: C. Conner. Rt. 2 Box
Huggins urged taking of soil IS! Starke. ', V tfchg
chairman of the bowl banquet samples by: all growers as "one 210 Lemon.St. PaUffca V
SOUTH CAROLINA V '< and will be .assIst d )by Walker of the best-p 'Ylng, jobs'you can Cash paid for r od.'elean, cotton -
Andrews E A. Winkler Furniture Repaired, Uphol ..
V Wood Guy ', do." He said many growers wouldbe ,a, No kVwool..
H. ,C. Wall J. R. Wainwright surprised by the results shown stered & RefinishedMATTR Bring to Bradford County. Trfe-

V Owen. V Vaughn, V. E. by the test and could then cor- SSES REBUILT

Thornton, Ben SUslow'Irv1nRobbL'1S. tect,deficiencies in their soil,-with For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our rraph.REPOSSESSED
V AV Titus Olson Pat Mc- a view to increased yields. New Innerspringsand Agent V

Peaches Grill Douglas'Hardy, J. E. Hitch- Box Springs 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-8985
"Strawberry growing is definitely -
cock,. P. G. Felos Merrill Edwards, SPINET PIANO
on the'upgrade Bradford Drop Us a Card or Call
Jackson for top fill dirt,
Leo Dyal J. H. DuPre. Mike Gil- .
County..Let's keep the ball rollingby PALATKA EA 5.9164 bulldcxing and grading. W. T.
L. 19.50 Per Month
Peacock and B.
hooly, Harley attending the meeting this Jackson, WO 44011. tfchg
Chambers. STARKE WO t- 9M
Friday night and getting the Tractor andattachments. '
FOR SALE Gravley Also Complete tineofV
AND Mc2ae pointed out that the I l1atf t.and' best information on MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke, Lawn mower on circle
ticket committee is large becauseof Lars plow and electric motor. NEW WURLITZER PIANOSAND
the fact that they not only these practices" that will improveour Area $350 Cash. John O. Graham 43$ N. ORGANS V
yields. Orange St. Stp 2111
V sell tickets but also have -
chargeof MIST SELL >OW
taking them up at the gate.: }'..o.r,. bne .a. yhardocd ... .pa.'T. Will Rent or Lease large unfurnished From $495.00 V
"It is hoped that in addition to floors, :3 bed ?ooa, 2 tile Tudor style brick home. 10
Cantaloupes baths wall formate. Urge Uviagaid rooms with steam heat and gas MUSIC CENTER \
: r this committee that anyV citizenof diaUg area, .....e e..ipart.eset > water heater. Being complete/
", Starke or Bradford County &I.k wltb wladow verleokiag renovated Back yard extends full 1025 'W.. University A?*.
J play earner lot, paved located. A
rtV area. 'Urge depth of block. Centrally
....,,\ who is intert$ d'in helping make : ktrteU.; eItitIlJUia.. Dews pay fine home for the discriminating Gaia villtyFlat Ph. F1t1414S
". .' f. .:. this the biggest and foremost _rat S2.500.OO. 11.1.... like reat.P family man. See at 123 N. WalnutSt.
: ... Oar Sateftoum U hi' Starke
.: bowl game in the northern partof .Meo_Ua br Seat. 1. r aer.Thla Get key at 30S N. Walnut &
"" h..se U la eiecHeat eaadU call WO 9-1191. 4tchg 1/11
the state will offer his servicesto ties a.. Is fflrleat fer auy.rdIaary : V

one of the above chairmen," i family aro.,. can M* Immediately HOUSEWIVES
:. '. I I '......e skis'home 'Is gelag With FOR RET ..... Furnished garage
\ McRae said. II Christmas Belling starts early
!0 BrlL apartment 1 rooms and bath hot
___ r :., "The slogan of the Strawberry ,I A. J. Tb..... R alt.r AVON. .Valuable sale territorynow and -cold water turn ted. Redecor-

1: . ,. .ti :. Bowl is: Strong Young Men Run i i V- available. Fall or part time. ated Jrulde... Across from ..school
t ,;, :: FOR SALE Large lots on Polk Nics fof -&eaebel. Phone WO 4-5T4,
', ; So The Weak May Walki You The fast, dean St. and Myrtle St. north of W. Write: Oulda C, Sweat P.,O. Box Mrs. A.. F.V Swig.l K3: Mdltahone.Uchg.
I can help that. come true," the Pratt $ ., near Pine Haven and MO. Live Oak, Fla.BICyCLES 1 V' V V
chairman said.CityCoundlo. : way to paste.,.. Saratoga Heights. Leonard Grfffls, .
j 707. ._TV. Pratt St., owner. 3tp Bill; FOR SALE 1 Boy's FOB SALEr 1,5> Lont Star Mon-
AJIT AND IT'S DOW t Girl's 2, teray fiberglass runabout with 1S5
: FOR SALE Choice: building lot 2C In. English Rider $10. 25 H> electric ETiarado motpr. Top,
W. Cy-
on wt-ft side of Klngsley Lake. In to. $!0. G. Kauffmann 711 tralWt-AM *UL V prtcs JS95.0D. For
All YOUT1rV;: : i No mes.neverle.ks, good neighborhood and -has deep press St. Itchg demonstration see Bob Latipe, 13.Soutll. .

gums up or drieuuL'EeoDOmical well Siitrunk. Feed and. Seed Co.Uchg. Purebred Collie puppies 115 each. 4' m.p..m.or phone Monday LE thru 3-2861'Frlday.V before .

too..* Mrs W. E Martin. 4V4 miles north V
Gas Increase "penpoint"the pate of Starke off Hiway :O1. Just north > Ztchg 1111|
.> Fight Trmt Truck Stop. UP
exactly where it a FOR SP..rVr" Oha orttag'e; nn-
needed without I famished on Colfej- Road inStark
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Engraved Business trees. AU fenced a lots in Hampton. and Cherry Ste.ltchg
cult there he said. ; .Over 5,008)()( 'Box U. V
Freeze Reasonable. C. C. Cannon.
Deep "It will cost 'a litUe over $1,000 put dote without Stationery. Hampton 4tp /25 FOR ipEXT: ... t room 'unfizrnlih-
refifling,..Dries in ed tojute. Ven Washington ;St.
to: fix those lights shouldbe : 500 Letterheads 2 apartment Phone WO 4-1944.
as they ; seconds...Rube off, FOR RENT room tfcngFOHP4LE
".'Wasdin stated. The Council : furnished. Private bath and en ; '
V I easily detniy. 500 Large, .Envelopes.. trance Carport. Across from school -}: <<> One
; was unanimous in'ita desire to L.
cafeteria. No children. lira J. mule and one Insa
500 Business Cards Jtrrr eow.
V ,. ':. rectify the situation, but decided i lcd JOBt Simmcns 407 W. Washington St., Edgar Barren Rt.: it Stirjce, V

V e' : the cost was! prohibitive at tMj >'o"v BASE EASTScnpbooksMt'nwtoAK' FINEST:'ENGRAVING. 4tchg t\K\ : 2tn- Sill,

: : V preseAt IAnieV: I II-s .I FOR REST 4 room furnished Domestic :, UtIO., Wrfwa Wed.
BH3 Ingrainappeared buns.PIWps sad Gift ALL FOR' 48.05 garage apartment year around on I Thur an4 Fri. 1?.$* Per day. 'Mu t
Principal Hugh
::?_ : Kinglier Lake. Mrs. Louise Moore, hut' '
I Wnppmj'Scfeool(Boc* | "sjM rutJau SiU,WO -7'11
before'the"councu to Th.lo T.I? S-SJ02. Ito and have tel hone
; AND I tgS/! Cam Arts udCrafis.flraidfqrd naraber. Itp
p jBILL JIMMYDOWLVING request that street lights beSp tIn i Plate Included FOR REXT I furnished Cottage FOR sAIVi4oi: *., halretf Chlhua-

the Green Acres Subdivisionon BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPH and one for sal*. Both at Heilbrona haus. Pets. Hoaw brokn.. :Sired byErutns.
Madison I-
the Ralford Council Springs. J. T. Quigley corner lJ .
Road. \ $PEIAL OFFLI Sts Itchg Crffkttcha&I1eT Lake
f Cherry
agreed that the new devolpjnent. Rt. 1 EO1V Ill, LeClerc Brown Up

should be provided lights and dIrected tPePcnwIthtTELEGRAPH See this good bur at Chapman
Rei1I.!; .. FOR RENT v 4 room lower apartment Anto Service 365- N. Temple Ave
: Superintendent Wasdin. V 't' 402 .V. Walnut St. Call Mrs. H' Runabout with ww' plywood
survey the .area.and find out,now Johnson WO 4.155.V Itchg fiberglass bottom. 29 HP Evlnrnde ICMDEMPAGE:

... '. many Jights,are.needed-and- what ; tountyto FOR R NT .... SHcerybedrooia furnished 1 Lark with trailer}Motor win electric cell at low sacrifice.hours.
they would costA V V up*Ulr& apartment Cor i Ito tfli J

:. V V V Across Street From Setzer's plugged up drainage ditch at nor B. Beard.Grant.,LE and t-JtSI.Wasaingtoa:- Sts.ItchgFurnisne4 F. One and two bedroom apartments.Lights .

) the Intersection' Brownlee 'and I. '1
.. and water Included |4S per
the final mattertaken 'i" "f. Apartmsnf For V Rent Wi.
Orange Sts.1oa.s: ., '"
V A Epper .
I Phon WO 44S34VV Mrs. Peggy mo. Inquire {,a rear. SIC .
up by the"- CouncIL -On. :a ShaDer. V Tfcag son St. Y. L. Klrc&alne tfchg >-SV VV .tII : 41V

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Sundays 10 s. m. Church
By Mary K. Sebartfer I School 11:15 ajn. Morning Pray
Bf joyce er ,and Sermon (First Sunday
t. T'. 1M Holy Communion 6 '
Norwegian Student To live Summer Recreation News WaWulua.aiua.s.a ll. PJiw EpUco--
Heights *A picnic will be held tonight 1 I pal Young Churchmen.
In Keystone
Eddie, Rothhammer son,of Mr k Holy Days L.: 10 'a, .
Fred Dodd and at the Keystone Beach [
Mr and Mrs. August ? alias ,k' and. ,Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer, is Communion.
their family are anticipating the 41 for all boys and girls who in
Panama City visiting his cou- The Rev. Mlllard H.
arrival of an Exchange Student have consistently taken part in sin. Johnny Chamblee, and aunt Vicar. Breyfogle, ,
of the Summer' Recreation ll llliicu
Steiner Lorentzen Norway Program. and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Tom
who will make his home with After supper, awards will be presented Cha'mb1ee. and family. Faith Prcsbyteriaa

them for the school tepn of to the winners of the volleyball Mr. and "Mrs. R. F. Simmons Church, Melrose
shuffleboard. and bad- .
196061. have from >
returned a trip to Silver
Steiner, will, arrive in New'York minton tournaments: to the out- ,Springs,. Maryland where Sunday services-Church School
aboard the S. S. Seven Seas on standing baseball players ando
; they visited! friends and relatives. 8:45: a.m. Morning Worship; 11
August 22, and will be flown from { the best boy-and-girlnsports- Chris
Spires has
returned after Tii-i a.m. Rev,James R. Neale Jr.,
New York Florida The.Doddsexpect cuin. ; pastor
to +
a v1t in Miami with his grand- r- .
to meet him for the first In ease the weather is a con- mOth: ,

time ;about August 22. They have tnuation of what it has beenI.e ..Mrs Homer Waters and granddaughter I Keystone, Lions Present Check /
already communicated with him :; rain,- the picnic will be held
by air mail, and know that he is in the Masonic Hall. I gerald ,Ga. were Jennings visiting, of PitaI Mrs.-I For Work On School Dressing RoomFrank I

something of a musician, and an ,On Tuesday morning the Arts Waters' .son- -law'' and daughter I TERMITES
Eagle Scout.' Of course, the .and Crafts Class met for the final ,"Revs: and Mrs. B. Ray Sted- Harris, president of the j meeting of .the club at Jean's
American Field Service ,0{ the International pession of the summer. The Re- Larson, Wiggins Receive PlaqueAt ham, an4 son John.They returned Keystone Heights, Lions Club, ,is Restaurant Monday night, July I i
Student ExchangeProgram creation Board wishes to take Masonic Event Last Saturday home, Sunday. shown at left presenting a check 25.
picks the students with this opportunity to thank Dot I Mr. and-Mrs;> Norman Moltedo lor $150 to Keystone Heights Guest speaker on this occasionwas I

care, through a process of applications Newman Beverly Widegren, Louse Highlights of the Masonic out- was given- by Melrose Lodge and end family returned ,last week school principal. Earl Cherry to Lion International Counselor

questionnaires tests' and : Gallop, and Mary Ann Schaeffer ing at Gold Head Branch State ether lodges of the 11th district from. a. trip to Boston, Mass., be used for completion of a dress- Robert Hucker of the Springfield ELL TEEM To nef! tr
i 333I
interviews. Undesirables' are elim- for their time and assistance as ,a tribute to Larson, State, where they visited relatives. ing room at the school At right Lions Club in Jacksonville. I U-DO-U TERMITE CONTROL
tnated l leaving only "the best I.with this program. Park last Saturday afternoonwas Treasurer and a former residentof I I| Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothham-i Harris is seen presenting a past Othei guests at this meetingwere few *1M ar M* tn w w ltif
of the crop",to come to our coun- Because of rain on Monday: the presentation of a bronze Keystone Heights, who is now I'mer and family Johnny C am- president's pin to Ralph Bryan, Frank Shaw, president of; fern i* ptut* *Mt. 0.1 .hoa.fiLend P ,
try. Steiner will be a Senior at:the play-off baseball game was plaque! to G. E. Wiggins [left] last'ear's club president I
serving a Bradford County High School postponed until Wednesday, Aug. ind J. Edwin Larson [center), hundred Masons and their wives I"Rothhammer spent, last Tuesdayat These presentations highlighted Va.. and prospective member, Bill i' Brooklyn Supply House
this faU.When. 3. weather,, permitting. If Key- who, donated the property on from throughout the district enjoyed Daytona Beach enjoying sand, the regular monthly dinner Belote. I Fla.a
a student comes to our stone can win this game they Keystone Heights,
which the new home of Melrose ,this event. Entertainmentwas sun. and water
country as an exchange student,!'will 'become League Champions. Lodge No. 89 was constructed in provided by the Morocco. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lyon of Ft. vile ac 9:35: a. m. and 11:00 p. m.
he usually has to pay about 40 I I The results of this game will appear -.Keystone Heights. Making the Band from Jacksonville. Lauderdale, spent the day Thursday It arrives from Jacksonville at 1. .
per cent of his expenses, and the I in this column next week presentation tt Roy Lord of Jacksonville The Grand Master was also at the ,home of Mr. Lyon'ssister 9:55 a. m. and 5:55 P: m. Tickets
local chapter raises the :other 60 t Two Honored At Stork Shower past Grand Master of presented with a handsome gold Mrs. 'D. B. Lynn. can i oe: purchased' at- Perry's Sun- C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR

per cent, amounting to about I On Monday evening, Mrs. N..Florida' Masons. watch in appreciation of his ser- Die Logsdon returned Saturday dries.

5650. This includes transporta-1 I Watson Hardenbergh entertained The barbecued chicken supper vice to; Masonry. ', from two weeks of trainingat Baby Shower GivenA Real Estate and' Service;
tion, insurance $14 at her home with a Stork the National',Guard Camp ,in stork shower was given Mrs. _
for spending money, and a trip Shower for two 'of her neighbors, ten-day tour at Homestead Air Williams of Miami, Mary Ann Fort Stuart Ga.; Perry Coleman at the home of,
around the United States ,after Mrs Donald M. Christofferfe and Force Base south of Miami They Grimes of Jacksonville Sissy Mr., and Mrs, David Hinnant Mrs. Dick Logsdon Monday. Hos- Lawrence, Blvd. Keystone Heights
the school year is over. The total Vlrs. Key M- Sargent who are will be leaving'on Sunday. August Howell ol Lake City, and Bubba's spent last weekend with their tesses were Mrs. Logsdon and .
chapter will also buy his school xpecting that ever-popular bird 7. At Homestead they will parti- sisters: Lynda Gail and Carolyn parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mrs Carl Hagglund, PHONE 4297

lunches, books etc.. and par jor arithin a! short time. Mrs. Hard- cipate in all phases of the'Stra- Jean Moody. Kin-ant and Mr. and Mrs. How- Those invited included many I
his cap and gown at 'graduation i nbergh had the gift tables decorated tegic Air Command Base. Cadetsho PersonalsMr. ard 'Morris.rrMiss of M... Coleman's former class-{ LISTINGS WANTEDOn
,time. The chapter: also locates; a with storks, and baby-rat- will enjoy this trip are: and Mrs. Fred Dodd and Jackie Stirlson is recover mates. The group talked over old
such ai: the Dodd Mike Foster, Mac daughters, Sylvia and Prisc8l: times and took Lakefront
Danny and
suitable family les Let In ice floated in her i ing from a virus that had her played games Property Improved and Unimproved
Dodds -, who furnish, htat'\rpom punch bowl. There were several I Hall, Fred Hayes George Leath, left Keystone Saturday morning, sick in bed for a few days. pictures. Residential Farm and Business Property.WE .
and 'board, as well as family; rlatlonships. gunny games, with Mrs. 'Alex i and Joe Mann. July 31, for Ben Llppen Bible Residents in Melrose with livestock I Refreshments of cream puffs,
: He is not permittedto 3rokas and Mrs. M. M. Sargent Three boys have recently joinedthe Conference at Asheville N. C., will be happy to learn that mints, cheese crackers and cold HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND

drive an automobile or to winning the coveted prizes. l Keystone Heights Civil Air where they will be,for one week. Glynn Rothhammer killed a fe drinks were served. The punch INVITE;YOUR LISTINGS. -:
Cadets. They are David Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Shippey .
hitch-hike. -. Patrol : his bowl was decorated with red
'J.Uss Dee Dee Hardenbergh and male bobcat ,at place Friday
We :trust that the'tDcxd1Ss; and 'Schaeffer, Mike Lovorn and Tony and children of Savannah Ga. 35 loses. I '. .
w.&ht. about ;
rfrs. Donald.,Morgan assisted the She weighed ,
I .
Eteiner Lorentzen both wilU t derive and Brault; ,Perhaps ,next year they arrived Saturday'' morning, Joly inches long Mrs. Coleman ifs/ the former 1
and ,
hostess by serving punch pounds, was 36 ,
riiucli, joy ,in. ,their:'f mutual other 'refreshments. cart paiticipate in such a trip :as 30, for 'a' week's visit with R v. and.16" Inches high. Mary McGee.She is the daughter
adventure. their elders will this Sunday. Shippey's sister; and ,her husband;i Bus of Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle Mc- t
Schedule Chang4iThey
The of honor received "
guests Major Bert Chrifetoffers. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Ward of' Gee.
many lovely) useful gifts. by direction of the President, will Lake Geneva. Rev. Shippey IS :.TraUways Bus Schedule t 1t
Civil Air Patrol (Jew' Civil Air Patrol at the' Warren Candler through Melrose has been changed -- ,
In also attend the Chaplain
LEE'-S. Drive: Civil Air Patrol Cadets M- in J The, :bus..leaves,. Melrose en- Cash paid, for, food, clean, cot-
an-Air Fores Hospital
Encampment1 as Savannah/ :: 11
; : route Gainesville at &55 m:
to a. ; Urn-rags. .No Khakir.",. or wool. 1
from ,the4Ceyitone' Heights Civil viSOr to the. encampment ,com- Mrs. Qf E. ,Hodges, andtwo I f ,
5:55 It returns from
and m.
Patrol Squadron will be, flown by i mander.. Major Chrtstoffers\ has children left Thursday morning, : ,p. and Bring to Bradford County Tele-
Gainesville'at 9:35: a. m. *
Friday;Saturday_ Auff..5,'6 Air Poice Transportation' for a another 18 months'before" retiring July 28, for their home_In'Savan* 11-:00: p. in.It leaves for -Jackson- traph.
from the ,Air Force. nah Ga', after- vislUng-fog week 1

Rotary News ;ith Mrs.: Hodge's parents,, Mr, (gren's cousins.Friends see
'Health FactsIn
OPERATIONAMSTERDAM Rev. Jerry Cacopardo was the and Mrs.. Leamon Ward of Lake of Mr., and Mrs. Frank CYPRESS
speaker at the July 29: Rotary Geneva. Harris regret ,to learn that Mr. .N.d Cash.
spite of all the changes that Luncheon: His subject was "From ,Herbert Nelson entered.S.U,,Vj* Harris,,hafc' received notice of I GARDENS
gq on in this changing world the i Prison to the Pulpit.", cent's' Hospital for tests on' Saturday transfer, In'the near future.: Mr. ; 4 !

fact still remains that spinal mis- Rotarians are, pleased ,with the July 30. v Harris is employed by the DuPont .err dd ieti daiif e far Car? :

Peter Finch, Eva Bartok, alignments compress nerves and results, of their Swimming' Pro- Mrs.W.. R. Lembke: and ,smallcan Co., and has been working at the u.3IvaIUHfropatesOoWILLIAMS.. .
tbstruct the flow of vital nerve gram thte summer as well as :returned via Delta Airlines Trail Ridge Plant His next as- .
Tony )Britton well their Cincinati Ohio home will be In Johnsonville -
their lish-fries which were : to signment
If the .
jorce to any organ. lung attended. They served about' 450 I Sunday, after 'spending, a week Tenn. The1 Harrises have been You, can stop dreaming about that new car: ,

SUN., MON, TUES. nerve is .compressed the flow of plates' at'the latter fish fry, after with Mrs. Lembke's parents Mr. occupying the Denmark home on -_ and !start buying it! A low-.eost bank loan

vital nerve force: is reduced and which awards were given to 114 and Mrs. W., J. Pinon on' Smith. East, Lakeview Drive, and, sadly enables you to be a new car owner quicker
August 7i; 8, 9 the liver 'I
lung disease' follows. If boys and girls. Including 12 Jun- Lake. enough, had the foundation In than you think. If interested, let us show \
nerve is compressed liver disease ior Life Saving awards and 12 Mrs. Paul Holl and children for, the ,new (home ,they were you how.
PrisonerOf will follow. Senior Life Saving awards. and Mrs. Holl's father' K H.Mecltlem building In ,the Ai Nelson de- JEWELRY'
Only correction of the compressed Mother Of Local Woman Passes left for their home in velopment, on Lake Geneva. .
nerve can restore health. Thisis Friends of Mrs. James [Eloise Pittsburgh, Pa. after their annual The Chester Moodys have had

The VolgaJohn the work of your skillfully Cook will regret to learn of the six-week summer vacation In a lot of company lately-as' us- WATCHES DIAMONDS THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
trained Chiropractor. death of her mother Mrs. Mae their Lake Geneva cottage In ual. Recentgues: S include Mr REPAIRSAU -
Chiropractors today are requir. CIAs of St. Petersburg. Mrs. Olds Keystone Heights: Hope Anderson'and children,
Derek, Dawn Adams, ed to take the same basic science was 86 years of age. She died on Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morine of Rickey and Phyllis of Allentown Work GuaranteedA. Member F.D.I.C.. ,- ,. .

examination: as iLD.'a and Osteopaths -i Monday, July 25. Funeral services I Elmhurst HL and Fred J. Olds of Pa.. and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Williams

Wed, Thur. Aug. 10, 11 before they can receive a were held Friday July 29, in St. Chicago, HI. were weekend guestsof nurroukhs Mauldin, S. C. Also, 142 ,W. Call St. A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
license to practice. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Cook in Miss Donna Miller and her bro-
Chiropractic restores health after Library Summer Program Keystone. Mrs.: Morine Is Mrs. ther' Andy Miller of Brldgeton Starke, Fla. Keystone Heights, Fla.
TOE GIANT everything else has gaited Near End Cook's sister, while Mr. Olds,Is N. J.

1 Visit the The weekly story hour for children \- her brother. The Marines and Mr. Charles Hinck returned Saturday -
who took part In the reading Olds accompanied Mrs. Cook to 'morning after four weeks of
OF MARATHONSteve Bollinger Chiropractic program this summer was Keystone from St. Petersburg schooling In Pittsburg. Pa. on

Offices concluded Wednesday, of this where they had attended the on the care and maintenance of
Reeves, week. The Story hour'will be discontinued funeral of their mother Mrs. W, Brunswick pin-setting machines-
Mylene Demongeot IS. University Ave. In Gainesvilleand now until the first W. Olds, on Friday.We Mr. Hlnck Is employed as maintenance THE. HOTTEST fMOTORS .
N. Walnut St in Starke. that A. F at Azalea
week ,of school in September. are sorry to hear supervisor

------- Awards for ardent readers were Manering is still on the ;Sick list. Lanes Bowling Alleys In Palatka. DEALS IN TOWN!
given on Wednesday of this week, Mrs. Ella Andre Mrs. Dorothy Mr.. and Mrs. AI Severtson and -
and will be announced in :next Sherman, and Mrs. Nellie Gray- daughters of Orlando were,guestsof
Year 'Round Air Conditioning week's Issue.. ron spent last Sunday Gainesville Joe and Rosemary Daurer on i I Buy Your New 1960 Ford

Mrs. Margaret' Tracy and her visiting with Mr- and Mrs, Sunday, s_. R
HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM niece.- Mrs. Paul Roll, entertained W. B. Cahoon. former Keystoners Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Zike have
on Tuesday morning July 26, Mrs. Dorothy Sherman and her'opened an interior' decorating

-f with. a coffee the Woman's sister. ,Mrs. Nellie Grayson 'en- hop on Lawrence Boulevard.
FOR AS $ 5 00 PERI..ITTLE Club, honoring a newcomer to tamed last week with a swimming i-- TODA Yl!
AS WEEKs Keystone Heights, Mrs. John R. party and buffet supper at St. WffiUm'i Catholic Chapel -

Hall Jr., Mrs... Hall and her :;husband their Brooklyn Lake home for Keystone Heifhtt
newlyweds, are occupying Mrs. Sherman's co-workers at ''the Sunday Mase at 8:30: a.' m.HolydaJ'Masi '.
-I CALL REDFEARN HTS. Mrs. Henry, Mickle's honeymoon Keystone State Bank. Guests Included at ':00 a. B.
4252 apartment on 'East Lakeview Miss Frances Reaves. Miss Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.

I Drive While her husband attendsthe Barbara Southwell, and Miss Confessions before an ii&sses. OUR CLOSE OUT SALE
FOR FURTHER DETAILSKEYSTONE- University of Florida this Sandra Williams.Mr Baptisms; aarriara and' is* TAKE ADVANTAGE

\\tUter.c Mrs. Hall will be teach- and: Mrs R. A. Gaunt took i ttructtonj by appointmesc.'

jng ,a, Kejjstone Heights School. .their two granddaughters. Lynne I ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL '

I The: hostesses. were assisted by and Michelle Gaunt of Jacksonville CHURCH, KEYSTONE ON NEW 1960 MODEL FORDS
; .
Introducing: Mrs. Holl's two daughters. Nancy .i on a fine trip last week. .
.. went to Tennessee to see 9:30 'a. 'in.- Church
and Polly Mrs.'camme Stewart They SUndays' -
poured coffee. ,About' 40 peoplecame Chattanooga Rock City, and Ru- School.9:30 aja., Morning Prayer 't' -
"Serena I1JjoilNEAR Lak'Se: rena -to'l meet Mrs., Hall. by Falls; through North and and Sermon, .(1st Sunday, Holy t
: ; r Bubba Is,'16'- S South Carolina to see points of Communion):: 6 p-nv EpiscopalYoang
interest to Atlanta and Stone New ford Cars Trucks .& Falcons ITo
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Chester IBubbal Moody.. Jr, ; Umrcnmea. 30 ,
Mountain; and home to Keystone Holy Days 7:30 am Holy .
elebra.ttdhis 16th :birthdayon '
__ Large lots ht a park-like setting, sloping: gently through Sunday July: 31. with a party. Heights. I Communion. Choose From! ,

huge live oaks to YA&tn sandy. shallow beaches. Restricted The guest list Included Irwin'I I !.{r, and Mrs. R.. A. Gaunt Jr I! .Third'' Wednesday Parish -'
; : and Gregory of Jacksonville. Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:3Cpjn. :
to homes of attractivedesign and suitable for year-round Martin, Dewayne: ,McRae. Mike son .
living, if you plan to retire In;several years and would like Darby, John Adama,' and ;John. spent l.St'wt>ek In Keystone t'"

to assure yourself of a pretty water-front,home Bite, come Arthur Reddish-all of Starke Heights occupying Mr. ,Gaunt's The Jlev. Millard, H. Breyfogle,, Late Model Used Cars To Select=* .
,home'on' Lake Geneva Vicar.dn.!" > *
and see us. Reasonable financing can be arranged.,Immediate and: Gerry' Widegren.., BID King, parents' Gaunt's were'on 25
and Ray Wingate. all of Keystone anile the senior
building not required. Open'Saturday, July 23. Prke "
their trip.
Bub- motor
1 Heights ,The. parts,jras at' .COM ri YNt CHTJSCH From! ./ .
!ba's home on Brooklyn Bay Circle Mr. and Mrs. William Messer- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. "
The boys swain and skied mostof smith of Lake Worth arrived Albert C. Bolt; Hfetster '

S. E. MCKAY I REALTOR the afternoon concluding Sunday afternoon to visit Mr Mrs. J. L-Hetaerinjtai WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL '
their good times with an out-of- and Mrs: Ernest Widegren and Organist and Caslr Director :

r doors supper. Those who assisted :family and then continued on a Sunday School 900; ajn. Morn.. -
-: .
._'..". Phones: 30714151:2391, : 2051 Mr. and Mrs.'Moody ,in caring trip to Chicago after a few days I fog. Worship'10:00: a.m. .- -' ".,
for the guests were Mils Kay The Measersmitbs are Mr. Wide-


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"' beach outing at Butler's Beachon Robert Ellerson, reporter Givens repwter., vflle is':'visiting her grandparents, cedure. .If you fail to do so, a deuce Hollingswd8 4. ,I
Saturday, 13. Cars will Reno. I Fluiniig For Teachers anot.'Mrs.' 1... K..Childs and pro confesso will be entered Not'ce' Of "' HtoB ?Utlol For
NEWS OF TO COLORED Aug. I Sports Pre' against you for the relief demanded Final Dik-tarfr' EuM1torTo
leave the home of Vice-President The Junior Baseball team half, '1 Sillnfllg activities tor aunt Jtiiss Maria Taylor. in the complaint.! \1w\ 1'.f t hey. ."neern;
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Clarence DeSue at 10 a. m- Members done a fine lob this year .but woe Bradford County Teachers' will Jam '-'"!, Gnann Sr. 1is undergoing once This a notice week for shall four be consecutive published have Notic tiled 1.*/HVebV Final> .Returnsaa etF ell= that Eii 1 i

'u responsible for transportation -] are interested in more adult prO- begin .Monday, Aug;: 15. 9'a.. m.. treatment at Doctor's Hos- weeks in Bradford County Telegraph r<'utoror-,, ESt feot'FranlUn'C.
By Ozora Shell should be at the residence motion for a better' arid, bigger RJE; SchooL_The program 'com pital h1-'Starke. His brothers T. commencing, with the issue! HQlliBsewm>. Q@beafiet; 'that 'I
of haTe for
July H mo. filed PetUWn FinalDiscnargc.
UGW d ... not later than 9:45: a. m. All j team next season, *The .following jnlttee: Ppflcipatsi fiddle Thomp: K- of 'Winter Haven and Roy of 11'itness'my hand and the seal of and that 1 will apply tb-
AA..A.AAi.AtAAJ' .AAAAA.AAA AAAAAA members are to 'submit, ,,guest lists i< persons have, been selected": to :kins, C. C.:Ahderspnnd. ; Super, .. Middleburg,, were"1sifing him. said Court at Starke Florida" this thf Honorable Theron A. Yawn*'
:. i ; lath day Of July, I960. *- County Judge of FTaflftird: CoUllt .,
Summer Program Ends Carnation Saving Club lo President' Ethel Young l by Fri-I serve on the Junior 6aseaM c onvmitteeY itSo 1 Shell, ,_ ,with'Supt. ff. f Sunday: (SEAL Florid, on August :9, 1960, for
This'is the eighth and final 'The regular meeting "of the day, Aug. 5, so that plans I Elmer Sh4It:: clarence J.'lorgaH, and General Supervisor "lir.:.> 4d Mrs. Jasper Bennett ;>i Charles A. Darby. approval of the same and for Final
v; elot the summer program. Carnation Social Saving Club will completed for the total grouP-j Wlfiilhs,Booker TV Marshall. Sr', LaH. Gibson' and Mr. P. T. Noun and family of Clearwater are Clerk of said Circuit Court I Discharge) Executor of the Ea-
8/4 tale f Franklin C. IMlln worth
7J14 41 chg : ;
The combined culminating acti- be held at the home of Mrs. Eve- Mrs. Pernella. Cummings reporter. Joe Britt Elf Graham,. Jr., William as 'advisors. Supervisor' Shell and vacationing at San&. Fe Lake I I d ao'd' ; "
\itwiD ibe a free movie at the lyn Johnson. President W. Brooks .ilt$ Holland arid Julius jidyal i.ti'k': J. Qiveos. iilfendea+ & lied Tiritlng' his bi-pther-in-law i I. The Conntr J.dae'e'Corrl. la Da'.ed this (tli day oC'July, 1960.ISI ,
RenoTtieatre on Thursday Aug. asks all members to please at- .Starke Visitors i' Jr. A meeting has been held to workshop"'ia: JElepcientary. School and .!stern Mr. and Mrs. CleveIniii'd .I.\.d Prokatr.For Bradfofd C...ty FlerUa.. James Executor F. Hylliftesworta, .
4. Swimming and skiing will be tend as business of Importance fls3 'Blanche Lee Cuffee of make plans for team attendance 1;$vime 't ur rlda "A\tUniv ;5ttlfivali.' I In RK; Estate of Franklin C. 7 |114 -4t -8t4"R'e ;
held at Lake Whitamore on Fri'day ruUjSt be transacted. =Ml s. Alma New Yolk' City visited(! for one and participation: the stag : t1:Snd plaH"t8toucfi ] sliat ri iir.: :in'd'Mrs. Melvin }McQuaig!
Aug. 5, which Is the last day Jenkins reporter. week with her brother and sister- tournament in Clearwater. There o t..the! information gained and{j ftfiuls of St. Augustine areajso
of ths program. Three personsare fiesta Social Club in-law. Mr. and Mrs. George Cuf- will be a special ..meeting on thie; 'in tes5ting.reading, audlo.: } Vfic"a\ioning: at "the lake and I I eliminate the middleman's, profit"f

in the skiing class:' Robert The monthly meeting was held fee. She Is employed.. in electronics I Monday,. Aug.,, 8, 7:30: p. m. .at, Visual aids, dud t ciirrlCTiluni'plaHfon bhen.. 'Yf.sit the--r ercy Sullivan.1rfr. f
Moore. Rosa Lee Moore. and An- at Wateroak School Saturday in N. Y. C. She reported a I!: RJE to complete plans for this ;' 'f1 tor'ttirfPace age: tir W. tied !.frs. {'Chester Searle One Quart .
nette B. Shell. All are beginnersbut night with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy very enjoyable vacation'in our :; triP: Special thanks .fo Mr,. H. E. Combsrspeclalist.ih: : Secondary and nieces, Mary Lou Gnann andLl&rcla'Griffs F R E E With Each

sh')w signs of mastery in the Long in charge of refreshments.A city. Mrs.. 'Carrie Coleman, Meta j. Morgan for the cooperation in Education win be'gii&rconsuitkht'jr6"Au : and' Wayne Her- or Gotten One you buy 4. -.
'near. luture. The general attend- delicious menu was served Harmon and Mary Ella Coleman school bus transportation and the |. '15. accortUng j tb'a sey attended the "Big Ape" Con 1
ance at all activities in Lawtey after the business session of ,the were happy to welcome their! American Legion Post'and Auxiliary communication from the State vention"UJT Jacksonville Saturday I ,
and Starke has been very good. meeting. A good report was made brother home after being away 1 I; '314 for their generous donations '- Department ,!f. Education.! Many Mr. and' Mrs. N. A. Horne and Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL

Due to; the extremely wet weather by MI S. Ruby Clark, chairman of for 13 years. He is the son' of I and services.. We aii 6 v youteachei'r. !s'b9ve' ija,4 l.Qrk- daughters: of Miami are visiting

recently a few with perfect at the sinking fund. Flowers .have Mack Coleman and a graduate; of i! thanklr"; 'all pf" these groups ih inojpf Viperlences" during this her parents, Mr.uid"( Mrs.' M.. Z. MARY CARTER i PAINT STORE
tendance have been absent. All been.given to |slck members and RJE during the principalship of I' advance for their continued sU summer '"ariii +Will "share :jnuch bf SuilKiriVFtmt'tal, i
pupils will have a three weeks the deceased relatives of several Prof. Jenkins. He is known .to his I port and' 'c operat! -n: This tJ1eJr'tittngs::.Tnifi'-ls' .expected J services for Mrs. j E. 501 N.W. 8lh, Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FU 6-7588;
yacatioa after which they must members. Mr. William Holland is many friends as "Buster". He was I to Cearwater! has: been 'tri' to' }be) 'onp of) jjie'; 1et planning Dwsleyere conducted: Tuesday
return to school. The school bell chairman of the Church Donation in 'Starke in 1942 to funeralizej[r possible through donations. P r'.ioda rn 'the last r-decad;; e: '" '" 'at :fSQy: .)Tm. aV'Hppe Church.pur .

will ring for fall registration on Fund. A check was Issued to An- his mother and'has not returned IT.! Marshall Jr., reporter;: toliir" itahf" "H Af ': nfPratht.is" extended lo the .

Monday, Aug. 29. Parents of children toch; Baptist Church in the interest since. He plans to stay until the !I CHURCH NEWS "Cer':jDoien. 'son pf ljrs.[ Willie That's Our Business .
who will enter for the firsttithe' of Women's Day held re- iast of August so that he may]! New Bethel Baptist Church will i M Ja.e Coh'en; Jias'returnei'! : ; 'fa 'The -working at the Theressa It ft ; '
cently. Members ''responsible for see Vera Claire Coleman his I l have; Sunday School"at'9:30:: a. m. the :'pity after: :'Mi*:"JJiaii 'Jf ivt ._jmnt:; ir tenter wit well at- If il'fl Glass We Dave .Ill!
are/asked" to bring them, this request are Elmer and Oz- niece, who is working in Asbury!!|i hi the Youth building ".with'Sup}. treejs to .s kw7 ratk: k. J.tler: } t'endeaccomplished.d';"Saturday-, ;"'. id much was -2 tIN! CAa WRJTK or .VISIT '
regardless of the grade level It is' ora Shell' and Mr. and Mrs. James Park, N. 'J. for the summer. Vera'Milton Ellerson; In: charge. The is. a May graduate of RJE and A new roof was

important__ that. you know the Dean. This! wags a $10 check. plans to enter college this fall I annual Wen's/:/ Pay observance .will journeyec; 'to Jersey to, find em- put 'ot{ f' the men and bobs! and : Joe Peters Glass to.
principal A and meet the teacher of Other donations have been givento <<: : She is a 1959 graduate of R. E. be held ill': day$undy Aug.. 14, loym. I.1t 'for' the, summer. He dinn ;ias served, by the ladies. .- .
your hlld. Ebenezer Baptist and Pleasant Willie Coleman is a native, of starting with Sunday'vSchobL;; A is a former. member 'bf the
This opening date NBE n
I "'t 1R ANY HI.AS8
Grove Methodist in the amountsof Stark:: but resides in Garrison I baby cntit. tie ope ,of the basketball team. and a, stellar '
applies to all the schools, of Brad- $17 and $13 respectively. Plans N. Y. He will visit relatives and features? "of 3Ws'cejebVaUon. Manyvaluableprizes Wayer 1 ? 1\I'O"1"k'\ or isTE\Tio\' TOUEGI$1R R'a IJfs'fn t Ji* Mpton Store FfontiJust

ford'County, have been completed for the first 1 !lends in Bradford County dur will' b& won. Remember ; Marriage Annonnwmenl 'Xbtica; ; hereby FICTITIOI given>that SAME the Mall; tfg A Patient lor

ing. August. out stck'#: arid shut-in.: 'Mrs:',Wm } MD1 r' of Lawteyannounces \ndmifciietf, under the provisionsof Table TODS
Chapter 20,935! : Laws of Florida
-'" --- - -- Alumni Organization Deacon and Airs. Julius: 'Eoyaj,: the recent: marriagyof; Acts toff(941win fegtter with the 1313 N.W.4h Pi. (liatnuriJIe. Fla. Phonr FJL .2.4355RADIO
All graduates of RJE are askedto Jr; ar; on 'their vacation. They' heir, daughter Urether'o\ Wesley Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and >

meet at the school cafetoriumon have, toured several' 'eastern'states 1 Mogje'y, son of Rev. 1.. W. Mosley. tor receipt Bradford jvt p ro County of t$f publication Florida, upon of .. .. ,'
/ Friday Aug. 12, 8 p. m. to organize that inciudiVirginia.. |Tew York, iastor 'ol'" New pope Baptist this notice the fictitious name of

; the alumni association.The I New Jersey and[ Canada... They Church: Starke.' 'Mrs. Mosley 'foj> which Starke 1''am'Typewriter'engaged Service In business under at I .DISPATOHESERVici I D
last organizational meeting. are Snppose4.t0':"go,ai far west as r1i rly 'iesided. fn. 'New "York.. CityinOliamT. |0t K. ,}WaJnut St. Starke Florida. .
was postponed }because of bad California Deacon .Saul Hanker:: 1: The :couple 'willbeat F. R: Gomen!, 3V4\ N. Walnut St. _
weather. Gwendolyn Marshall son, co-rhairmats'rCteering; the home 'in Starke"'on 'Old Lawtey Starke." :Fig, sole owner. & j-
reporter. nien In:;.tHe. a absence' of Deacon !Road. Visiting, from Tallahassee Dated-this\ ;: ith day of July, 196U -- .. I' :r. _
at Starke, :Bradford County Florida.
Boy Scout Troop 71 Royal .faulllrshan., reporter also is Mr.5: and'-Mre.. Oliver? Milt; 728! 4t 818In |. ', ( '
The boy scouts have returned ".' er son .ind' diuihter-in-liw.. pfMrs. -: t
r a from Camp Coacoochee after a Allen chapel; AyJH.':E- Church Miller; During, the week .Tire'Crrealt. Court Of Bradford .
t successful week. The following awards :will hold regiila J pas.bra):services they visited other' relatives in Toaa. .f. .'l rlda. In. Chanrrrr f ,
or ratings were won by 'en'' Sunday sta'rting.,'with Sunday Cocoa and' Jacksonville, and were i Wt:1iaru')1.. Dough' man. ;y'laintlft,

the boys in attendance: Henry Schoolit }9'-l a. mVSupt" Paniiie" guests' of 'Mr: 'and Mrs:. EWer: Mrs.vs. A1kl Madge"Vogrt. Defendant.Doughman, Alias

., Cohen, second class; merit badges Frazier in "charged: ..report' Killbe I Shell for dinner. an.cl.gam.es.1 ; NOTICE OF SUTJn E.e
& advancement; James Morris, made by' Ihe'deiegates to the Other guests included.., and I The\; Name Of The State Of ( .. SALES
second class;; Sylvester Conving- Sunday! School "Convention: Meld Mrs. Alvin Bryant Mesdames'Annette -i Florida. -.-To Alice' liadge Dough-

Op SS ton, marksmanship; Eugene Blye"i during tits past .jceefc''lh[ High Phillips and Minnie')Thef-!: : Gates Inah; Alias lloai, Cherry Mrs. J.Point L. ,Vogt.K. C.IS twins wu SERVICE ItiA
Jr. second class; Robert Ellerson,"springs. Morning w9r tip at '11 er", Tou Art Hereby Notified that a .
Quontify'?? Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., August 6th First Aid and Life Saving; Milton I I a. m, v niiig"wprsbii\; : >' and communion -. Mrs. Minnie Wheeler will J Jeave, bought suit' in.13 equity'divorcehas in, which been the relief filed ,

Ellerson, marksmanship. We are at 6 p- m. LAve Feast. will) the city: :tidY.n it"eek for agalnbt: you: by \\ itiiain M. Dough- '
proud to have two Starke boys I be p. 41Et t ihe' rnMg. All' nem-. Rochester..N; Y. .to vj t .other wan, plaintiff l in the above named o R V CTOR RgG s

1 .g ... r'fN t.. .. .1' pGRkFN : on the Junior Staff for camp volunteer piers) are ssi ed to! see'leadfers' and children;fihe will be .'accompanied -! Covrt moned,aud.cause' fdered and; and required you are to sum file
'J ... .", 1. duty. Robert Ellerson was, try to attend services tail 'daft AU bY"'her ,four grandchildrenand ; yopr writteu answer or defenses to STEREO RADIO WObdland SERVICE .ON.,
STAI kpf GRE iTA"Y.,. over the dining hall and Milton h'sick members, feesbeen ,have not \ > .;firs- CharJie ,Mae' Moore. ; the pfffce'W.Complaint; the' nnderslgned in said cause Clerk in the of SALES ft REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES. '

< FREE50 assisted in quarters. ScoutmasterB. I submitted: .to'the Church\ !Pioneer.Citizen Pies I II said Court at Starke, Florida vn --- -- --"
( T. Marshall: Sr. and assistant .clerk so we :T! .not. mention any. I Mrs.. Annie DeSue passed away. serve or before ebpy'August: 11, 1960, and to. r DIO '
V thereof on Hollbs V.KhigUJ :
Clarence Williams are to be commended but urge you 19 yisijoiir t slck.;, on Monday, Aug'J. at 3:10; p- pi.j 'Plainllff's'attorney, whose SHEPHERD -
on the wonderful work Junior Church Deleting' eachMond after fc long illness: :: She was p 95.1 address, .*;Is P. 0. Box 542, Starke, 1 Y
J.41l. mm STAMPS m.'r.fcjirr' Fiprada .oft or before said date, as ._. CRCTN. : OTHER__ .._ .1% to CALL :
they; they have done for the yeir. y aj.'5 p. : ; Scoutsalt' j pi.taliz tt at Brewster .in-"Jacksonville requiredby: the Laws of FloridaSiid1re JMCAJf fr1Uft :

WITH THIS COUHW YO-UR' The troop' charter. has been r- meet,..'I "Thursdair+, 'Auor.: ," '; -18. 'at: wjtgrethe untferwenj; sureerv -i (orid Rules' of,Civil Pro ..\ ." i
AT :Issued fofnext term. Parents talerestej 7 4 0. P- ?*-. rwm'23rRJ; >t.1ersotisswho 'rjyentlv.{ sbe'was', faithful --
NEAREST FRlE IDLY \YINN-DIXIE in having their sons become i have .not1 .porapleted.vreporb. member r- of) pleasant fcrbve. Methodist : I WE GIVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
After AdtWith Church: and will be greatlY -
Void Unfit One Coupon To /
.. Scouts are asked to contactthe I for 'the Trustee Rally .are sun
: August 7th A $5.00 or More, Food Order. inisse She is'tJie.mother of JO t
S scoutmasters. at once. Regu-. [called Jupon,Jo( agpy Prof.j Eddie children and grandchildren too 1
I I 4
r lar meeting will still be held at j Thompkirt?, ;chairman. .of the nUmerous .to'tneri.t1oo.: and ahost I e i' 1

'' (.BEEN Tkps .... GREEN.TAMPS RJE each Wednesday: night.,ji|.board. and PastorSampson. -EL, J.: ol "other# .sbrrpying: relatives. andfriends t ; : .: :*1'f': ",'; w,,,.1W:1. : %,\:" 'nti .:ji4,,, ,:.::::i'h.tr..*'.
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a' .. :" i .LI ; Funeral arrangementsare *. :: :r, ( :: ;.- 'i :<:- i <;: ; *
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;<;;j< ;,'J. ;:...;,.:.....>J''''1.":>...!: >:tJM.>' *. .l'4. >s.-i, ,;W','''',
'HnghesChesthutof ,
t In.charge of : < :::@: ;< ':!- : '.
.AMBULANCEPHONE 'S R' .:.., :; ;(.;<'. .. .<<: ... .. ...<:
\ i Y.lt.Jl .,.Oaiji( svme, According< tp her ... ::.,.. ?+ {..g....i"f"...,..,1,.<:.''t''f.1'.;'i'j. ., f.''if.' : t":'" ,,<
: T I WO d.2600.< ... son. Clarence l DeSue,.Jihe funeral ,.. I E.. 1 'f"
viUJje'held'on Sunday at ? p.. m. ::1' ::1. T Tf\

DeWitt C. Jones Funera( Home at; leasanttrove Methodist .5".r ', ,1'- :': ..;:- : &;.&. .. "
\\ House ;. t.it.: '">"<<::.w';.. :,,#.;;.>.,>>.>S:$""' f"::."" .. {:::: :>
_: ;: Ma.we DeWitt C. Jones Registered L"unalial': .\jpirctor> C)1) uivh; trey. Anderson; 'officia-: : : if&.
line, .|Vr ...further 1IQpDatinc.OJ1t'1Ct : ( :f I'
}. ..us. Starke, Fla. ; plarpnce peSue, ..HI, N. .k.t :'h't; ,.
1 Old_Jjajt.tey: RoSd. ',6r cajl: jyp 9- 'x'> aw:>
; :t .
BAS 49J Rental Service' : Hospital, Beds" 'Wheel'Chalr-Crutches'' ) T. l .-' '- 1841.. f):*:.t..{ ..,... :_.c. h";,:t;>-".: ]." {f"''i.Vil;t.A !,
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h .' : : 1:, H
wit ti 'Ij. :?
1 Camp WMUThe >*, ;'"" ,, >< : <
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.00 or r' '> i'it t ::':
*5 State Baptist QIrls' Camp .'. .". ,.'." >>. > 'iw".. ';:'f -
:. -1 Food OrderLAND == .JjU 'be' held at Florida Normal 8'X'<'.,'V'.,,.f''i'J&t< *"> ilf.q1, :<0'(0: \'/
and Industrial: Memorial College >i.'''ltti1i' ; i ':'d: : :: tj.! :%:ex ; ,
1f 1\-\ Can a Motor Oil '1', -:.,;?""'>> : \ ,",'.;..:<.. :.&.' ".i 1i, x'-a-":> -
r ; .
t in .Augustine; Aug. 15-20. For ..&. i
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further information contact Mrs. 9'lr
Maurice J. White 818 Florida St.c : ,. IT; '

Li Increase I Gasolene Mileage(1 *,, call .Woodland ;49141. Girls <'. .,. .,::,,;'yo'h"":il..y:,' .'''h. t t I-

i .- trpm ,9''jt0 16 years are eligible 'm ::: ?.:i:"
arid 'Play' attend # they are'bf "J 1't'
: 4' Christian --character and have. a ,,:,;,

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overseas since.last. August. BcJorc -::... .N. ;"5>:.'. '. ..;IJti; : .T.. ..w.1WJ -,_..:v...
tl f .' tittering the 'ser ics.In ,1958Al; -- Mdl DAI.'O
Was ejnployed. I by Hart Furniture .

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'" Absotutely-and we> prepared to prove it to you.Eterc..ad '..
.4 T..Rni "' '. & FRIGIDAIRE '
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Qties Service stati .: '
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One .of ine principal jobs of motor, oil. is to reduce .
engine' friction..and engine Jjnctwa S one\ci leverd' ': : ; ; .10.9 ,CUBIC, FOOT 40c A DAY
of gasolene consumption:!, ': .. I
causes ; '- ":
t. triMS the less gasoten )By J. 'B&ti G Iif1siu..YalLiLUaeailairif Deluxe Model Refrigerator ,
: So the better a motored: does its job. *. r. ,: :

you use for each mile you-Cities drive. Senice 5D_ loobaotorwhich =: ., j I If .H.ere'j. Your BEST Big Refrigerator torpor quality/
: A n "We reduces have a motor engine of fraction an4'i1l'otects vital JpartSfU; relatives- 'Mrs Alice tn41alnut Jdnes. is visiting" .." Buy!Wv* .seen :fcm oil, and no .11 vplye. ;If you'recounting, ; every., *

FULL 'It 7 never before possible. f \ *,ws: Veimi Itaiey and chlldrei) 01.' ft. model tociqy can thatch. this 'penny (and T who'is"'t., "1. ?,), this" o.rj; :

.t HALE orb\ Actually does Ac work: of several oils.".provides|At oU' dent' 's.eV.eTaI 1'9 flis1d.afrp Deluxe Refrigera-is for you!
WHOLE lOW grade performance at strMg..vmedium) t'2p grade? last' iq th'Air..and. :M1s. ban ,

as engine begins .to warm up.....Ma Raley.ht.. I 1 .'' 10-'.." .,' .," >7'
performance your ',. !I' 1'f '. "lf/'fi 2Wl'ti''' .::;, '} : ;>
heavy 30 grade performance to resist jjJ bi 1Ug';inside i ai18'Mr Harpid brills pjf]i I $ :
f hot iti 2'i'ne. t. .J'i.cb onriilg ..tt, -acQ*'Jrisitgd hI.' 'f TOO!
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,Ii Not'only :*:: & CHeS Semoi 5D"Koolmotor l|,rot'heTanlalf }ana sister, ,'<"jt. .

.7. 'increase your guolen, cAUgiiiiaAnV 8nd.Irs.\ jPercy .Sullivan returned. .h h*etr ," Maldair.* Meet Tender stores 9.7 ." FulLwidth, porctlaintnomoljb&'RfrMhmq .
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; SUP ERf3 RAND s /V ;.JnJleage.-.but adifference.inpower.ordqHf 7ou *i im them:: :trite; a Several. -*eeis* 'I l! \\5.. y ratot-.20.1 qfs. Opacity!
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CREAM. st.."" Stop in and chihge to 5D Kool- his .., p' I milk bottlesl! '" all the way around! i >' ,-

_ III Ch.COI.f. ',motor- Oil flu weefc"' visttiasr Percy Suhfvag',Jr.' > PIUS- .New Feminine "Sculptured Sheer look"! .- "

xJ : Voellfa or' Jii II! Galneav1ile Mr; and MrsJ* Jt'peiwison i her knoW. ::ofwere'visrHng' = .- .,:'" .&*tt3&fc', V .. ; .
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to ra.: : "T ifrs". H, K. ChJMs.Xa! ,..admitted .tridekl,of p.e.rd,Mr.t

I .. to thV.: itedical"jCenter5.T jn Gamesl1fle'Saada ..TOQAY.E / .qt. .' ;\4., \!
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0' SUNSHINE SILCX:1.: treatment.Reba Thompson rreturrled >-t rr<. '; : :

Butter QTRS.10B. 5-9 -. cmis! @ ,.SIlVie!; ., Okleraatlzl t&her"ho Camp'Gileadear>. after c hre.Mai.:spending find'1'M'.PkMoM4 .t weeifkt'Gtiffis'DOdd iV, : -. J r A.R K [ R A liD '& ::1'v S

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.A && &&&&&L J.&& in Palatka. I Mrs S. C Harley Mr. and Mrs. Brassell of Jacksonville were
Mrs. A. II. Harley had all of D. B. Harley and family and visiting the T, Wainwrights / l .
LAIVTEY\ her children and most of her Mrs. A Q. Smith of Starke, Mr.. during the week. II I Clip i .
grancchildren with her for Sun- and Mrs. S. C. Harley Jr. of Jacksonville -. Mr. and Mrs.: John E. Starlingof Ili I I, t 1 au
By Enza Blanchard cay dinner. Those enjoying the and a guest of the H. C.' Eaton Park were overnight >' Jh
occasion besides Sumter and Karleys. Miss Elsie Chaco. The visitors of Miv and Mrs. H. C. E1
'&& & uJILUW. 41 1 t.11 Hubbard and family, who reside Baggtts:! have returned to their' Wainwright. Clyde Wainwright of This
The First Baptist Church will here were Rev. and Mrs. William home. Barton 1 is spending his vacation _ts Green Stamps
hold Dally Vacation Bible School Baggett and daughter of Galena Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sappen- with his parents. r Purchase ofy
next week beginning Monday Springs, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Nelson field of Deland and Mrs. Sappen- Recent guests of Mrs. Leona + 'ubio ; Coupon More Food Ordei
field's sister of Miami were week- Edwards were Mrs. Herbert Hilc'treth FaodF.7 $S'I or
August 8th. Every orie is invited. Blacker and sons of Lake P w
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.' of Ogden Utah, Mr. and I SI es.lnr., ?
Danny Waters is visiting the City, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. HarleyJr. Waters and family. Mrs. B. Tucker and family of q + e I i i I I nrnp
Charles Brown family this week of Kmgsley Lake. Mr. and Dan Wainwright and Mrs. JackIT'Q Fernandina Beach and Mr and al pddre "" 7.1960
..- Mrs. L. L. Wainwright of Avon. E 1 IPIR ES AUG. .
"'- :"'1. Park. r : i CODE 5Tas
Johnny Jenkins of Jacksonville r "
spent the week with his grandparents : i

't. '- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. -_" QUANTITY! _I. ; 0 I

> Richard Bennett and son, Mr.: RIGHTS
o ILLEG S L .... and Mrs. Bobby Bennett and sons,' .Ewa- RESERVED ? _
and Mrs. Imagene Strickland and k ., .-. BONELESS CROSS RIB '" THiT yJMN1R? .
children of Daytona Beach spent i. 1 I
with the Darleys and 7t 25MERCHANTS
t!, ;, Sunday Sf IB C
Mrs. M. L. Turner attended the ."' 320 WALNUT ST S WITH THE PURCHASE OF 12 OZ TARNOW
For Any Person or Persons to Engage in Davis funeral in of Jay her last aunt week Mrs. Sallie STARKE. FLA.. 'BOLOGNA BOLOGNA I&CHEESE RELISH

Sunday: dinner guests of Mr. '1 BREAKFAST BOLOGNA.
F- Moore were Mr. ,. rttrut'sAUTY
and Mrs. W AUGUST 1960
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless of and Gainesville.Mrs. W. E.. Torode'Mr. and and Mrs SOIl: SLUE' Rid6 ON 71P TOP QU ,: r i FSrR CODCSTTVS :

Bruce Boyer and Miss Sheri
Sheppard of Tampa. This gave >7i* iMERCHANTS
them the opportunity to visit
The Name Is Registered ;: ,with Mrs: J. W. Thomas 'and lB.stE
'Jody, who have now returned to r T GREEN STAMPs .
-,.-' *. their home in Hendersonville N. WITH THE PURCHASE Or 2 19 OZPKGaFyne
3 A 4 poss. y -
"-.'. Read This Florida Law 1 ':' C.MrsJoyce: Futch and Miss K .. Bake Cake Mixes
Elizabeth Terry enjoyed a. vaca- t9. 1 THIS COUPON EXPIRES
T their AUGUST 7. *96U $LTU1'S
week. They visited
tion last:: t CODEST not',
'uncle J. W. Terry and family in r

"H shall be unlawful fur any person or persons, as defined hertia, to : Lake er-in-law City Mr.their and sister Mrs.and broth-John fRESHLYGnftu. 't

in business herein defined, under fictitious IS COUfO* VfOSTiW _
engage as a name as herein definEd Wyrick and family, and Miss I
without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the Mary Julia Futch in Tallahassee 1 uf ii
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business and other relatives in Quincy .
tnd Chattahoochee. It: MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
is with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit Mrs. M. J. Reaves of Jay, I f B E 11Ii
signed all interested FYNE BAKE WHITE DR YELLOW
by persons, stating under oath the names of .
all thoee interested in the"'T business enterprise, the extent of the interest \ FRYER P A. i Cake Mixes _
CUshing of Tallahassee visited THIS COUPON EXPIRES
of each,and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner during I ., ,. F t?, .AUGUST CODE.7.ET.i I960' itfII6'SS
.. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto the week. The three granddaughters :S, GRAD>r: uA.r ,
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or who have been with .I F II Y FlORIDAFRESH CUT .i
Mr. and Mrs. Turner for several -
their intention;: to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four weeks, returned home with their ; I nascawo Trc ;, 1
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county parents, the Howard Cushings. ; p 25

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Mr. and Mrs. C. W Thomas .. V -
Tuesday to Friday with Mr. '" :J1 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except receivingproof of Goldhead ft. : ; ,
upon at
and Mrs. Bill Dixon : F. Ii) WITH THE PURCHASE OF 17 OZ
such publication. Park. J! FYNE-BAKE ANGEL FOOD
3ranch State .

Miss Diann Thomas is visiting', .BR iASr. ,J* jyg fv THIS Cake COUPON Mix EXPIRES
9 lier c' usin. Miss Linda Stoughton.n / f ., tOBi AUGUST 7. I960 '
: Jacksonville.:: i/: .. ? A BACKS Ib 15, j CODE ST sronF
Marvin Thompson -
Mr. and Mrs. I "**"* and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs '. if ? _
If you are engaged in business under any name were Mrs. W.weekend J. Wilkison-guests of Mr. and PLUMOSE, READY; TO-EAT COOKED .

other than your own, and have not had' this name SEPTIC, ?ness LB.1 $1. 59 .w' R| 1 MERCHANTS WITH THE PURCHASE GREEN OF STAMPS 9 OZ .

ICIIICS CAN :* Crunch Bars
,properly ,.registered, we ... ,. LEMONADE AUGUST, 7.I960 urars

-I glad.to give you all necessary Information as fo OUT r .SHRI'MP LB .79c GARDEN LIMEADE GOLD 6 CAN OZ 1. .


what you should do. -7" 280Z MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
CALL ,1, Baily i' w n w? SIZE .-1.fd wN. Hi-FrR; ord

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INSTANT $1.54 value FOOD
Payments LESS THAN RENT. 12 Models To Choose From or .. FAIR Gl

Built To Your Plans. We Build Frame or Block. B PArErEi ,1301 BIG COFFEE I

You Can Own a 2-Bedroom Home for Noth- $$33 1 5 paorA T Lt.
Down and Little as - 49
log as v-". r per mo. : UMIT-I' '.COFFEE OF YOUR CHOICE WITH' $5.00 FOOD ORDER' 'CAN' (

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the 3-bedroom "Gablewood" built on Tide\ .o GT isr FLXVORKIST *

your lot, with complete wiring installed, ** SIZE BOX C(J S1 CHOCOLATE VANILLA STRAWBERRY .
all sheetrock and 3-piece bathroom set $5: I

... and kitchen sink furnished - I., rpermo.or Rhiso BI ue _.. 'ICE CREAM -GAl;- 49'C-1,

A Bevis representative will be a t our local headquarters .1,. 0( ,_ 11. '

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-: Starke Hardware on 'C :Street- -r t**'i.t|
Friday afternoon. Stop by FRESH PICKED MOUNTAIN ''
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and receive FREE Literature. -, .;.-":. ;"*: ::4 .
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Palatka Florida 'I
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rAGE TEN 8RAflFORD ar -rorvnr" TELEGRAPH. STAKKR... FLORin.x" .. TlIUUSDAY.UGUST..L 1966 .
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mmnnnmmrrnm I Miss Eva Belser, also- 0: Jackson- :week to her home In West Palm I Also among the. absentees were t;Sandra Sowell spent from Saturday -'f TTTT.TTTT..TTTT.TTTT..T. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO are engaged in business 34 mile
I. RKGVSTKK FICTITIOl'S NAME south of Starke on U S. SOl:
ville. i Beach after spending several our song leader, Tully Norman to Monday visiting friends I
I Notice 'is hereby given that the John Kopelounoa, SUV Temple
lIE IL B R.ON.N Friendp of Mr. and Mrs. Roy weeks with her father. Warren and Host of the choir. WortSer and relatives in Pompano Beach. ]I RISING undersigned tinder the provisionsof Ave.. Starke, Fla. .
Morgan: son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Scobic) Kelly, and her grand where everyone wasWell, irs, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and I Chapter :O. 53. Laws of Florida. Ben Suslow.! Box lOn, Starke
MIL 1... Morgan will be interested to I[mother Mrs. Annie Kelly. Chism an?yours truly, had to fill family visited Mr and Mrs. the Acts Clerk of 1941 of the will Circuit register Court with in Fla
By Ilmrrey McCarthy Mrs. Gordon Jones.T.T..T..re.
: know that they have moved to Sunday guests of .Mr. and Mrs.J. in as J leaders. What one couldn't Curtis Melvin and Mr. and Mrs.J. By and t"r Pradford County Florida) Dated. this 14th, day of July 1X0.,
TV.tyyyyvyvyntyVV wV T Jacksonville. We will be looking B. White were 'their son and do, the other tried to do. Who can C. Melvin in Tampa Sunday.Mr. ....... upon receipt of proof of publication A.Florida n. at Starke Bradford County
of thi notice the fictitious nm
forward to their visits. daughter-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. do better? Lloyd Wood of Jacksonville of T1rnpiklltl'l: under which we 7/14 4t. -S4|
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday guests of Mr. and Bobby White and children of The Adult Woman's Class has was the Sunday night guest of I Mrs. J. T. Corbitt of Fort My- I 1
Frank Norman and son. Ray, and I
Mrs. E. C. Ernie] Johns were, BrooksviHe. Their chikiren Mur- won the banner for three Sun- Mr, uid Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. ers spent a week with Mr. and
son-in-law and daughter Mr. andMrs. Mrs. E.
their son and daughter-in-law, ry.and Kay have been spendinga days straight. Some.one else bet- anq family; C. Lewis. For the
Lamar Reddish and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. 'Jones
Mr. and: Mrs. Morris Johns, and week with the J. B. Whites and ter get busy! Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Carter of GordoI and
were their son. and daughter- family of'JacksonvIlleRocfue ; their other grandparents Mr. Well we are really getting Lake City were visiting Mrs. Ma- daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis

in-law, Mr. anil Mrs. Clinton : Kimbrell returned Sat- and Mrs. Ancel Norman. shaky in our boots these days, mie Hodges last Sunday after- Thomas and daughter enjoyed a Cleanest Fastest Sal
Nonnn of Jacksonville. Ray returned fish and'swim test
urday after spending a week Weekend guests of the R. I* afraide are going to have ..to noon. fry at HamptonLake -
with his brother and S 3- .
with hU mother Mrs. Lois Hen- Morgans was their niece Miss turn our "papers" over to'Nellie''Wilkinson "v Pvt. Pete Hodge stationed atit. Saturday afternoon.Mr.
ter-in-law to their home for a ton, and other relatives of Jack- Faye Morgan of Jacksonville. as the "She Huntress" Jackson S. C, was home over and Mrs. E. C. Lewis, .Mrs.
visit this week.Sanrday Can Do.
sonville.R. Morris Carter entered the Bap- of ths! :section. She wenlj.to the .the,weekend with his parents, Mr. Paul 1-tulkner and children and Cooking You .
over-night guests of
I Morgan returned home tist Memorial Hospital in Jack- chicken house a few days ago to "and Mrs. Dennis Hodge and Mrs J. T. Corbitt of Fort'Myerspent
Mr. > ..
and Mrs. R. L. Reddish and
Tuesday in Brooker with
in sonville last Thursday. take care of the chickens, -ind Sally.
the Glendale Hospital
from rife
son. Keith, were Mr and Mrs. M. '
Others on the sick list include meta Bob Cat! There the: :thing Mrs. Grover Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Kelleyand
1... Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Sin- Palatta Saturday.
returned I Mrs. Markham's brother.J. D. of was the biggest one she had daughters of Cincinnati, Mr. a:1d Mrs. Buck Alvarez'sguests GO SLADE GAS
clair Harley Jr., all of Jackson- Little Susan Kelly this week are their grand-
Winter Garden Rev. Cutshaw'swife ever seen. ILjust'stood there and
this Ohio have been visiting his
'1llev Their Sunday guest was home Tuesday evening of I
children Scottie and'Ann Alvarez,
of Greenville. Tenn., and R. looked at her. She ran back to mother. Mrs. Doris Kelley for two
L Morgan, recently home from the house for her shotgun but weeks. of Ja'k nvme.
the ho)pital.. when she.' got back the cat was ; teJ Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Buy Range from Slade with
Mrs. Archie-Waters of Worth- your
Mrs J. T. Corbitt spent
Harvey's mother Mrs. Leona ;gone. So now" she watching Wednes-I
NOW fir A' McCarthy, and his brotherinlawand and wailing for a return visit, ington >and her daughter from day \7ith Mrs. Paul
NEW .- -- -_.',. sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Wonder If we 'shouldn't 'go and Jacksonville were \'tsitln&Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown ,I t 1. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

StillveH. and children all 'of help her watch? We don't want Mamie Hodges Sunday afternoon. visited and shopped in Jacksonville .
L1il SHEPHERD'SRCI'VICfOR FernandIna Beach visited with us to be left entirely in the shade. A-2Q*Winston Kelley stationedat saturday 2. NO CARRYING CHARGES

!ast week while they enjoyed Maybe we would .get the first Kessler AFB, Miss. was home Mr3. Maggie Allen of Fort My- i
their vacation at Kingsley Lake. shot! with his mother, Mrs. Doris Kel- crs and M. Grover Moore- and 3. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTSYou
They arrived Tuesday of last ley for the weekend. son of Brooker spent Friday with

peek and returned hon-e Monday 9VVTTTTT.y T.T..TBROO Mrs. Evan Hodges is in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. will be happy with the personal, efficient
I evening. iois: two" weeks with fier Mr: and Mrs. Edward Norman
service will receive from Slade Gas. COMEIN
daughter. Mrs Carl Sievers. She you
Mr. and Mrs. .Floyd Cowart leER enjoyed a week's sightseeing trip
honored their son .James.; Fridcy will undergo tests at Riverside (to south and central Florida. I AND SEE US TODAY!

: 23Full Picture and evening farewell with party.a surprise A large supper cake By Shirley Green Hospital.Congratulations to Mr. and I

TV centered the dining table, topped a..i.... .UAA11A1u Mrs. Fred Clark: on the birth of Next Door to Winn-Dixie
: "-.0 \t wry "-. with Assisting the wording"Hurry Mrs. Cowart in Home.servingthe Mbs Joan Thomas of Jacksonville City.a daughter born Friday in Lake THE RIGHT POINT for the S l A D E G A S Phone WO 4.3551

write. Come in and
way you se-
with"lrelessWizard"Remote guests were Mrs. Johnny was .home with her father, Hamburger
,; I Cowart Jr. James left Sunday Troy Thomas and'sister., Patricia. A of twenty Icrt your favorite ESTERBROOK We Give Merchants Green StampnOUDLE
group young peo-
morning with his National Guard for the weekend. I If You
ple enjoyed a hamburger fry at Pay Cash!
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
.. Unit fcr six Mrs. Tom Steele of Vero Beach
tl1ha months training at
itttlh4Xa k1daddoe the howe of Rev. James L. Temple -
Fort Jackson S. C. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl .
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After the
Thursday night.
'" aewTen4. .. Green and and end
1. family Mr.
A big; family reunion was held
hamburger fry the group.enjoyed
in the home of Mrs. Ernest Edwards and familyfor
Mr. and Milton
Mrs. -
swimming at the home of Mr.
Rosier Sunday.. Present were a few days last week. and Mrs.: A. P. McDavid.
the Rosiers' daughters, Alene and Mrs. Robert Bigham and children Portable

husband: of Orlando; Mrs. De- of Gainesville were visiting Typewriter

,ll 23" TUBE K ._ lories Carmichael of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr.
OVERAUDWG. ; Mrs. Ruby Gayno of Ocala; and family. Sunday night.
.. 282 SO;." = atlas Mrs. Cutliff and three childrenof Miss Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville -
VIEWABLEThe I Anderson. Ala.; their son Carl was home with her par- l'
PICTURE == I IxI Rosier ol Ocala, and the Minton ents, Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Thomasfor PRICES SLASHED
Hosiers' the weekend. '
grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beach Mr. and PFC Gary Elzey stationed at I
witl Arab'Y
Mrs. Sinclair Harley Jr., Mr. and Ft. Monmouth- N. J. is home on < ,
Mrs. Nute Norman and children. leave with his father, L R. Elzey -DO-IT TIRMITI CONTROL .

Mn: and Mrs. Buck Norman and and 'family before, going over- IAn $100. or mar. Easy to 1111. N. :
harm t planh. Preftiiuinolly JUST IN TIME FOR SCHOOLI
Th.MARIM children, all of Jacksonville; Mr: seas. I.. .,Leon. protection.. Gl fill folder proven.*
*Umbw tori Tbewwdi It
Mrs. w
r and Levy Norman Mr. and Mr.. and Mrs.Ralph Mott and
$.t a 8.61 Mrs. Jimmie Lee and children, family of Silver Springs( Md. Starke Builders! Supply

and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Crawford have been visiting his mother, 219 E. Washington

Only Remote Control aCompletely all of the Heilbronn com- Mrs. Mae Mott for two weeks. Stirke, Fla.
munity. Carcjlyn and Sue McDaYid and. I +
Turns All Power Off I! Servicq's at Heilbronn Church
were enjoyed Sunday with S. D. B1G47IWtii
..-. '-, Harley preaching at the morning YOUR OLD TIRES MAKE DOWN% I I

j"W'uslessYdzattt"RemoteConiroiBilotti nour. Miss Faye Morgan of Jacksonville < ,,

'I signals change channels turn picture ami served as pianist and ,
wound en Del ol', giro four levels of volumoeoatioLWith Russell Redding. chorister, led -
'. taaiM"Comp1de or! the singing' PAYMENT ATSTARK'r I
feature.Miniature band wait la non breakable' Everyone is again cordially Invited !
1 WAC"case ... *...r+.w Tat. to visit with Heilbronn I .

... Church at any and all services.CLAY .

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.. W8 er ChiRMl CII..S"VMF Fine Tuning Ugto Cbonst fikS.Sftbdor v
hu>!.ct a- -BO seed to readjust coter thowaftunnrf* I
.eb at du Kt with a act cock tima JOB tiacgo number Ife and dear uafl HILLBy During Our AugustPENNSYLVANIA Ii i Former List

kofth0. Ji ii fortc6oaaaal: I .... l../ -. .dud*lighted lOCal .
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SHEPHERD'S. RADIO & TV. Roystnn-Padgett I $129.48'

Mr. and Mrs Pete Royston announce SMITH-CORONA
Phone WO 4-6901 Starke Fla. i, the marriage of their

daughter Linda, to Budd Pads STERLING
-' ? gett, son of Mrs. John Wilkinson THE .'
C'f 'Clay Hill. The ceremony was .. NOW 14.,.'. a ptrteU tlMfa GOT ITI lid .e. rys wiftw !*..
% performed July 23 at the home of iww .t tOW COST. Parfet far stvaWa Mwt L.*rwa.
l It BIGGEST11RE ; Grarfai,h..Tit Smith-Caraaa $t.rii if-.e typtwriMrt type.
o.a Rev. John Wilkinson, who of- .
Uvritcr-g uoranfted ta taka the bamawark al fcawwndb.
ficiated In the presence of a few I C... ia. S..11. Try tt.Yawl. natty. want_.Ltla IIiIet -
,aI dose relatives. The newlyweds are '- -.J
now at home In Jacksonville ,

,,here Budd is employed.. : !
Wilkinson Reunion BUY *>
The Wilkinson family reunion i ,:;;;;: Plug

j vas held July 24 at the home of ;:r- 0 I 94 50 Tax

Jack Wilkinson The lawn was fly .
beautifully decorated and a <
bountiful basket luncheon was
served at tables arranged under .
I I the trees. Most of the relativeswere JUST TILL GRADUATIONThe

I'r present including one niece .
of Du;nple's who lives in California -
L) She had come to Tallahasseeto
$ I visit her mother and came on Portable with big office-size typewriter features Full size

here John for Wilkinson's the reunion.chicken house standard keyboard Page Gauge -- Touch Selector -- Tabulator

looks rather ,lonesome now as
his chickens were "pulled" Wed- :

I-- -t .?'tLets nesday night of last' week. Wet AS tow
have watched these chicks all AS' i
their lives and miss them now. I dTA aniui

Mrs. Durham and a friend of
$9 95.
Normandy Boulevard spent last

Thursday with Mrs. Irene Pad- .
gett.Mr "LUS fAX .'
,...... ., ,. and Mrs. Otto Hicks of AN
# --r =' ; Hampton were Cupper guests of 6.76 z 15: IEc.vPAIL tIlE

Workit .Out . --- last week. Clipper 84.50
Jimujie Budd Lang is home on .(ALSO AVAILABLE Hew
HIU If you have a business problem, it is quite likely that: two-reeks furlough IN WHITE SIDEWAll

you'will'nd: the soundest lolution right 'here in this Wayne Johns celebrated his SAME! FULL SIZE PORTABLE ,
.. ... seventh birthday on'July 28. with PENNSYLVANIA BUT WITHOUT TABULATOR Plus Tax
( all of the family going with him
) ;;- -' to Kingsley Late for dinner anda -
:t Perhpps .you!can profitably use added.. funds to expand swim. -

business. Possibly yOu'are long'on inventories but. Jim Strickland and Ida Manning I KEYSTONE TIRE$ CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
I reported to the Duval Medical .
shorten_ working capital. Or your accounts'receivable/: / Center for' check-ur;"'last
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; week and both are progressing as -
[may be. log jamming your progress' .
well 'as can be expected..
; ':. The Loan Department of this bank will welcome the Lettm Bell ,.Prevatt's thumb Is 'yr' TO THRILL THAT.

;.?, .' 4 opportunity*to arrange a mutually satisfactory plan to I seems jiving the her doctors considerable haven't pain.deter-It : :: FULL.FLIXOMATiC- ACTION GRADUATE...

meet your financial heeds. Come. on in and let's work it*. mined just what her trouble is.
II 'out'..together( Recent visitors at the J. L p Use.Our.Easy Pay
1 _. Strickland home included Mr.
and :Mrs. James Griffis of Law- t v PlaliTerms :

tey. and John and Betty Brum- Other Portables As Low As1849; plus tax

Community State Bank of Starke below' apd Mrs. Miller all of .
t low ;*
Jacksomille.Her. as 'as $| ,25 per week
H '
George Chism had to :
return -
Member Federal_ Deposits Insurance: Corporation to the hospital .
r Saturdayand
.u Phone WO "-98,81"0 was unable to preach SUn-

School day. We also Superintendent missed: our, Sunday Cecil STc RKE, REGaP: cL BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

"Th nk You for Banking'With .Our Bank" Harvey, list Sunday. He.was absent ..

tp bring his wife and new 135N..nrmpJe ve..j Slarl-et7a. Remington and Smith Corona Dealers

I daughter home from the hospital. i .



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REVIVAL SCHEDULED IIIUIILAM' ) I,'McRae.. Stanley Jones visited for tersojvand Mr. andMrs. Frederick ,Mr. and .Mrs. E. C. Chester ,Street;f-, and f- -moved- in reCID a 'J1.-

AT BETHEL BAPTIST BAPTIST CHUBCT1 a few days In Hawthorne with Watterson of Starke plan to have purchased the Watterson 1 They had"-bePn living in the De- ,.
Sunday School *;45 a. m. I his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. leave this weekend to"'attend a house next to Swindells on Lane I Waters house on Navarre St. '
I Revival services will start Monday : Morning Worship 11 'a. m. and t Willard Thomas. Watterson family reunion in .
CHURCH NEWS night, Aug. 8, at Bethel I 70'p.. m. Prayer Meeting each I>- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Darrah of King's Mountain.: N. C. Before -

Baptist Church with Rev. Percy f Wednesday,. 7:30. p. m. = *v'l Starke have purchased:the, P. P. ,returning to" Hampton; MrS. K.

n Knight as evangelist. The pastor George Chum. 'pastor: Everybody. Lott; property at the Y intersec- B. Watterson will stop in ..south FREE SHOW
Rev R. L Lee,extends an invita- welcome. .. "- }tion at the west city limits of !Hill, Va. for-a visit with relatives.Mr. _

tion to the public to attend. Hampton, and have moved in. and Mrs., P H. Lott and
At The Tabernacle St. Mark's. Episcopal 1tROaEKN i Mr. and M$. Ressie Hancock and daughter Brenda visited relativesin Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M.
Be?. Raymond, f'. MacBlalm HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH HA..tlS't"CUUlU.'H, I family, who have been, living Stewart. Miss., 'and Memphis.,
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaeh.J there, have moved to the T. J. Tenn. on their vacation. Returning
A treat
special musical at Gospel Sunday Services-9:45: a.m., Sunday Sunday School 10 "STAGE COACH"AT
Tabernacle services last Sunday Church School; 11:00 a.nu Morn- a. m., Morning mesage 11 a. m.J] mg 11 a. m. Training: Union 6:30: ;j ji Alderman house on the highwayeast with them last week was :
vast provided by Miss Phyllis lug Prayer and $ermou. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening i p. m. Preaching 7:3 Mart} at. the piano. Mrs. Florence Holy C'.ommunion-Ftrst Sun. message 8 p. m. WfidPeaday 730 p. m._ .Misses Iris. Irene, and Margie and children of Stewart. Miss THE

Hippie with harpaphone. day 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, Monday Bible Joy Club 4 Wednesday Bible study 7'30 Hart, who have been .visiting for several weeks' visit.
and Mis* Susan Wallace at the '::30 ajn. to 5 p. m.Wednesday. a m. their aunt In Pensacob, are now Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox and __
organ. Wednesday-7:00: p.m., Choir Prayer Meeting to Hampton with their father I children drove to Homestead last FLORIDA THEATER'Sponsored
The Bible Is studied at the Practice; 7:4S: pjn., Litany an"Bible ?;30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: I yls.lnNtRy BAPTIST' Alien' W.'Hart., who moved into I. week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard -
Tuesday' Friday and Saturday Study. D. m. Pastor: Samuel 8. Cuth-I Sunday" School 9:45: a.m. Morn* the former Bert Hinon house May and daughter.

night meetingsThe study of the t.lert. Choir director: Fred Dodd.j: ng -rshfp 11 am.Evribg here. recently Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kelley have by the Following Merchants:
Old Tit tament prophets this MADISON\ STREET BAPTIST Service 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting :.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roop and moved into the. Watterson houseon
each Wednesday'7:30: p.m. Everyone .children left last weekend for Lane Street.
week proved interesting. St. Edward's Catholic Cbuieb a GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY
900 Block W. Madison St. H. H. :Mott.utor' .
Mrs.. Hippie and Bobby Kessler Starke Florida t vacation trip to Knoxville Tenn. Jam s Hall son of Mr. and
Vefe 'presented awards for perfect Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood,I ttf: visit relatives of both. Mr. and Mrs. Ang Hall has enlisted in CRAWFORD BROTHERS STARK HARDWARE

Bible School attendance Superintendent. Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Mrs Roop. the U S. Air Force and is now Gulf Service Station CO.r
during July. Morning Worship, 11:00.: !Holyday Masses &t 8:30 a. m. & HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Mr. und Mrs. Frank! Williamsand in training at Lackland AFB in
Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden 5:30 p. m.Weekday. CHURCH family' of Gainesvffle visited : Texas. TERWILLEGAR- MOTORS D & j UPJ 4LTERY

Director. I Mass at 8:00: a. m. Sunday Bible School. 10 ju relatives here Sunday, and .Jimmy : -
THE BIGHT POINT for *.t Evening Worship 7:30.: Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Williams" remained In Hampton -, BRIGHTEN UP! SIMMONS KOCH STARKE BUILDERS

way you write. Come tn and Mo Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, o. m. Evening service! 7 p: m., and Prayer for a week's visit. : Painting and DecoratingAt DRUG STORE SUPPLY. .r

bet your favorite ESTERbROOK 7:30.: Baptisms, marriages and instructions meetng everv Tuesday. at 7:30p. : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin of, LOWEST PRICES

Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH. J. H. Mabry, Jr.. Pastor. by appointment m. John W' Ite. pastorVBOATDRA1N Jacksonville were Sunday visitors CaDDAWKINS. DENMARK FURNITURE LOCAL FINANCE
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B. WattersonThe K B. Wat-' 414 E. South St. '
Sunday School.. 10'a.. m. ,Morning tersons, Mir and Mrs.$1. L. Wat- .
Worship. 11 a. m., Training u ,_ _
I. Union, 6:30 p. .m. Evening.. Worship g
DID YOU SAY Prayer, 7:30 Meeting p. m. Wednesday,' I !I I

... 7.30. p. m.Pastor .

AUTOMATICRECEIPTS 1r 4 :: Everyone, Rev.Welcome.Barney Sweat. :. THE CHURCH' FOR ALL-'- ALL FOR THE CHURCH.."it .. ;..... .' .

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Y't m '- .: 1 1'; ."... .' .. F ,A
;' Evening Service, 7:45 p. m; YPR. _
.. Ys1 WF SAID YOU GET AUTOMATIC RECEIPTS ,: & Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. .m.' : ', '. ;'h' .
[. Prayer Meeting Frlda>, 7:45 p. m '


OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US $SOON : Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor- .
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1 ) ;, nip Hour 11 a. m. Eventoj: 8erv .. 1 I' '. .. '.... .
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.ue, 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa
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Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng .

} Worship if a. 'ra. Tralntog. 1 ..
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LORI DA' Union 6:45 p.: m. EyenlngWorship. ? ; 1 as ..' ,
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.8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer IT

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CaD & "Streets'; ,
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Sunday. School 9:45: a.'m,Worship x' 4>Yir r:3.rdtdk ttycHURCM PO" AtL \' i'.i, '', '.

and Communion 10:45\ a.-m. ... '11 A ALL, po" THE CHURCl4r

IChi.Rho.. 5p.!m.: Choir Practice, "Pirf:t. lep g... ;I.1M CLd .. Nrb :: ... ,
'..7 p. m., ', f. tLe ...ldde .frduacar,sad = 1i'i J
Wednesday '1:30'p.: ra. New t A -;" ....-.....I. titit.ii.'.. I r A Noreloiue: al. ;', .
STA'MP'I' "f --1': "'"
Training for f'.n1ce. flint lMlnlll 1 .Witaw ashoatCld' ''If !, i..
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHAMPTON. __" nata, '"' p. ..k.t :bet.NI..Int'1! e i sa t11 w tIa. ,,.nirt. Thnc.rc ftv.-d tUp II' ?;. 'i

.... .Ir f'ftry penoa .Sold aDladltnlt" I to:
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f TUl 1" ..Nt MOdlai..Ian It aJPt 6!.fnllt... andl I) For lu Ira Nb. (2) F.r lit .-': :: i

!EXPENSE! ... '. ....If tt.w.r. sot fcr'tIi.:.troa",:it.ad,, claap of .Ladna; ...1... (3)FtrlheNieofla. ',; '.- :

By Mr$.. D. E.. fDD .,:."u'.. bad_ : Slit i It ..,. '.. jaid..llat ., -. CIml.d Miio (4) FM At i'V wi ;. :, i y., t- .
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WE SELL GROCERIES -- NOT STAMPS aua.a.VU.UauuaaAAiMars. _. F "' ., doe .lUM Will ..;.. w\ta "'11 un U,Ut |0 1e shod ",t slut r .i rwd 7fW Blt .'; Joto

Clark Is Elected ; .'f kk aoii.r''Laaj-u4- $_ forth n kin: ..wa.doily' '

Baptist Mrs. Frank WOO President Clark of Hampton. :. Erud.a> ,>..will' ,uid' taidss4t. His notkir itlU ::"' :::.. s.uw.v= .;. : _

car..f.that, t.o. Atr.ael. .. atbs. ctuarcla ....., p.-ta II .t tt
1 Lake was: elected president'of. .., ; t"u I 41 t .
Hamptcn Baptist WMU at the wick kU,par.att.. S..dar..cI..lowl.t..ur.1' w--. _I.. '.' 1 .: :.. :'...yy, .
regular family night meeting at 'c. kt will fc.fi. t lure l the 1II..aaia.f f.Uk. CViUr Fwr.r; ::- u ::r. I%. ; .

SOSH! THESE MOW, X DIDMTCHA 'BUTT WHEN COllArs vj the church Wednesday. night, ., ..at,k;* U.|kt t. Ukfrtiritmal-a. -a. well u pkysial I ......, fI T..ar s 14J'l'

HOMEMADE COOKIES\. THINK X KMOW lr HEAR HER SAY 10 THS. BUT BOCtBAS I July 27.Other. .i.,.. Tk tla.... ....d. tu df to tusk tta... ; .
OF KITTY'S ARE ASAS WHAT SHE"MEAMT TAKE YOUR IN' TOWN YOU <%. I officers elected for 1960- ..,. ,' m

HARD A ROCK! PICK!" S ..' 'f p AUIau. Il 61 year were': Mrs. D E. Hill, ...". "", I W ..... .......sk :v r

V/HAT'S WHEN SHEPASSED v1ce president: M s.. 1C, B., WaJtcrson -" .. .. .k
I YEAH.T CityrishEHeatMarket I ..
=:7 ;. THAT? 'EMAROUND secretary-treasurer; Mrs, : ''': 1 r 4.', : rr: >;,.
? C. R. Hicks, YWA director; Miss
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Betty Durling. Intermediate QA .. ';oj' .j; ;" ..
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director: Mrs. Milton Moshef, .' "
Junior director Mrs. Joe .
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Roop and Mrs. Lester Slade, )f These Vital As A Public ,Servicet4 :-
Sunbeam Direc.tors; "Mrsi W, P. : Messages Sponsored / : -p: .

r McElroy, program. ; Mrs.: -,* *. ." VJ. 5 r'' .'.?., t Ij
v 6Ttar.A..t C. L. Copper .mission study. and I
prayer; Kirs. E, L, -Birt: Community .. .... J f

Belle Brown missions, stewardsnip; Mrs.-.Plbrrie' JOHN A. 'TORODE \\r ;:: J_ '
FRESH GROUND The new officers'will be Installed t .,' .. .. .. . .. -
Hamburger 3 Ibs. PEACHES J by the bushel at the September meeting, I : v J| JFUEL.OIL:. '. ,- .c DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE {'/: .:
100 of the organization. 'i. .. 4 .: .. .
Mrs. Wolf red. Mrs. Peeples ., .: '- LUBRICATION MINERALi\ f .'
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Honored At .Stork Shower .. 1. ... 'I

lb. -Mrs. Frank Wolfred Jr. and ,OILS. WI .. : SPIRITS ,>
CHUCK ,PEAS 1 Oc Mrs. J. L. Peeples were honoredat -L I. .." .
a, double stork shower In .
lb. Hampton town_ rail Tuesday, '; : :.. : ,FIRESTONE TIRES r&r '-" L. INSECTICIDES ( :

ROAST 39 BANANAS lb. evening, July 26. 'T"t"! .
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Game prizes were wen by ; ': 7' :
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Lucille Vickery and .Mrs. Gene ._ .. < '
HalL Lace'tablecloths covered the Madison and Cherry St.: l' '. PHONE WO 9-2011 Stark Fli ..
GREEN gift and refreshment tables and I I '; '

FRYERS lb. 19c summer -flowers and ferns, were .. __,,_ ., _' '_.i__ .. f\' ;#
lb. used for decorations. RefreSh'ments'
PEANUTS lOc of puneh'arid cookies were 1 ,. ,. ,,,-- ,

served to the 20-present. : GUY ANDREWS SM < ,
Hostesses were Mrs. Leon :; WESTERN AUTO Y lv'S : '

ALL MEAT\ FRESH Mrs. Lester. .McCulbugh.. SauI.s.I' .,.
Wilton Hart, and Mrs. Marldce REstate : \ .- Associate Store Barber Siop .-'

STEW lb. 49c TOMATOES 3 It 49c Norman.:: .' ,.' -." -. ..--t' ... .

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Visiting irt; Hampton last week I
with Mrs. Mamie Mead C..A. '
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Mead ct Oak. Hill "and Cape'Ca-. Denmark, Furniture. ,Co." .

naver l. ; '
W. P. McElroy, pastor of \ or" ,
Ilampion; Baptist Church, \\p, conducting ., Of Starke '
Your Au.th9ri P o> 4Itr ,
1j4 WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES a revival at New Prospect t N. L. WOODB URN, r

Baptist Church this week. Guest ". .5 2 t% .. t % .

speaker at services in. Hampton t -, .
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August .7. will. be the Rev. Mania ;\ < EDWARDS', i : : GIB BROWN'S .: ..Bradford. ..Comxtytelegraph ,

PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT V.from Stedham.Paatka.regional' missionary. to Grocery. and. Market. J 'F :I C: Service Station '- i I''

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Steve Varnqp had reJSiraed ,- [
home after, spending- weelt>'1tit .? II

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