Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03546
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I I ; :' z -i iY i ,FDC Agrees To Finance With Bonds Former Starke Resident .. -;


FI I I '$1,750,000 County Road Project .

/ :"Xt '' I Kills Wife Then Himself .: ; .

The Bradford High Tornadoes_ are'shown above contactyork In any form until Monday, August ;; The Florida Development Commission bids, in October or November, and '

dtaring! the first day of practice Monday, August 2In the meantime the boys will work themselves -'' meeting in Tallahassee with that actual construction will be Eldied L. Moody 42, operatorof Catheiine: 28 dead outside the In the motel driveway.; :;
13. The boy will toll twice a day under the hot of and last week, agreed to under way by the first of the Croton Court Motel, 5120 34th jt j Deputy Brass said lacerations
into shape by doing plenty running, Ii:bonds a $1.750.000package deal;? a small drive-in restaurant at. t
August nun until school begins August 29. Shorts year. St., N.. shortly after 3 a. m. I on Mrs. Moody's head Indicated
by learning the proper manner in which to execute load project, which includes the St.' Petersburg and "a former resi-j '
and.sweat shirts will be the uniform" for the first J securing of right-of-way for U, S. Also :.:> be, financed. by the issue wife to''! Pinellas County medical examiner .he had been: slugged several
pent of Starke. shot his
week of practice since conference rules prevent their plays. I II 301 South and four bridges across are:, \ .\- Dr. James Norton said '.times, probably with 'the butt of
death curly Tuesday and then |that Moody killed his wife with j. the death weapon "
Santa Fe and New Rivers, The One-half of' the cost of three .11
: I. debt will be repaid with secondary turned the gun on himself. three pistol shots in a motel room, i Moody apparently beat his' wife

J' 42 SWEAT OFF POUNDS IN AUGUST HEAT I, road money accruing to the bridges across the Santa Fe River, Two St. Petersburg police officers then put 'a fatal bullet through !:tp in the bedroom, and then tooka

andone, bridge across New River. his own heart. I shot ,at herwith ,the bullet
:credit of Bradford County, found Moody and his wife, I.
]I Of. first priority In. the "pack- Hard-surfacing of the Dedan The double tradgedy ended j I missing: her and lodging in the
'Forty-two boys, including 11 Ladcll Crews and Cecil Leachat ior. arc fighting it out for the many years of family turmoil i I mattress of the bed-Brass said.I .
deal" is the securing of rightofway Church Road, about 4 1-2 miles.
lettermen, turned out in the6eamlng tackle;' Ronald Crawford and left ;guara position., I age a aI ar ar that iaw the Moodys lose custodyof I Fatal Shots Fired

August heat. Mondayfor Neil, Phillips at guard and John The team is relatively light!! for the four-laning of U. Hard-surfacing: of a graded their eight children on three I He fired two' more times, hitting -

the first day of football practice Miller and Mike' Darby at center :this year also- Register said. Last I S. 301 from Starke to Alachua road, west of Lawtey, connecting occasions. The children were i Mrs. Moody'aaihc: staggered

Conch Lennard Register .are the experienced men at those !year tee line averaged only 158 I County Ime.Groundwori. project is SR, 225 at the, Buddy Norman taken from the parents bythe I outside, Brass 'related. Then he.

bald. three positions In the line. pounds; this year both the line I on fast this as possible, place with SB 215 at the Willie court while they were still living I apparently pointed the" ::revolvetat
Though the- ...Tornadoes lost Register said that left guard l and ti'e backfield averages 162 I being pushed as in Smite, and twice since they I his heart.

eight player through :graduation, .:and right end are probably the ,i pounds, lie said Fullback Sam, and at the present time the State Reddish place.Repayment have been in St. Petersburg. The Capt. Newberry said the cou-

the 11 returning lettermen will weakest spots right now.. Letterman ,'I Gardner is, heaviest experienced'I Road Department is having appraisals to the State Road last separation occured about the I ple's children were taken away

provide ample expenence and I I Marion Cottle, last year at:: nan 'on the team: weighing in at i I made of the approximately in Department of around $750,000 ,. 4S middle- 01 June after an incidentat from them following Moody's arrest
of land
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backbone ,for this year's team i.halfback and fullback, has been.t 195.' Jimmy Smith also, weighs volved.As parcels for cost of right-of-way north the drive-in operated by I in ,connection with a theft

Register said. Sam Gardner at moved to the end position in an i 1195 butts only a sophomore. fast appraisals made,'. trom &tarke to the Clay County < r :Moody. !! from a cigarette vending machlnfc
: as are
fullback, Tom Smith;, Richard effort to gain strength and ex- : Register also said B-team players 'win be contacted by the I At thai time the Moodys were lat his drive-in at, .1617 5th Ave.
owners .
convicted for drunkenness and *
JOhMJ'DeVor at for'the line. *
perience '"
Duggtr. and I should report for practice at. State Road Department for the I S., on June 24. ...
halfback; and Irwin Martin at Three players, Lettermen Neil line.New 'contributing to the delinquencyof ,
1:30 Monday. August 22, signing of deeds. It is hoped that l'f 'I The: couple. had, been drinking,
quarterback provide' 'a complete j r,Phillips, a senior Sonny Bias, a p. m. i I the project will be advertised for iiry Votes J fe minors after they were found {I and apparently had returnedto

backfield that Is experienced. f iunior. and Donald Page, a sen- instead at 8 a. m. as announced. I struggling in a darkened building I their .drive-in in the middle- ,of_
11 ,at the drive-in after closing

Incident I Prompts Cause ClosenessOf II hours, while their eight children,1.I night Subsequent, Newberry'charges said. of petty'

3r ranging in age from 18 months i larceny and contributing to the
to 12 years, were in a car outside.
i delinquency of a minor alleged-

City Council} To Liquor IssueA 'A children Juvenile Court to the Judge care of orderedthe the i that from Moody a. cigarette had pilfered machine chang while

State Welfare Department to be
.: the couple's children 'waited in
placed in foster homes. Five went
I Get Move .r sudden influx of new members I to one home and three to another : a car 'o tside. New ny said. ,
Tough I The actions of the Moodys 1 In"SL
who joined for the expressed Back in 1959 the children
L 4 i Petersburgfollowed the pattern
I :- were placed in foster homes when :
A purpose of fighting' a measure to I i of family strife bet 'Whlf.,1ivin i.
Prompted: by what could' have sponsor a wet-dry election in I the Moodys were charged with in Starke Mrs, Moody appeared

turned Into a disaster, JheCity Bradford County, caused the close neglecting them. on several occasions looking -.
Council Tuesday'ntg ,..August''l6,' aw 10-9 vote on the issue! North t St.Deputy Sheriff Willis Brass of I as if fShe''bait been severely..
Petersburg said that Moody
Electrical Superintendent Florida-Tourist Association President ,
i Instructed,; domestictroubles beaten, .and their negligence of
Riley Wasdin to' swe&t'eut I beset ly: financial and
John Kopelousos reported :
i their chlldren'resuted! In, the
warrants against citizens wfu> do was known as a heavy
: last week. : court's .subsequent action. meld
not make neces.sar ,_ repairs' in Kopelousos said several inquiries I "Indications are that also had court cases
I every time he got drunk he beat t numerous
their electrical '
systems./when had been received by him con-
; against them 'while residing in
: lup I his wife, the officer said.M1'3. .
formed were ; iii I '
they faulty! t' kerning the one-vote margin in Gainesville .
':'That dray sJrQnrtlreuncil Dorothy Lovejoy, proprietor -I '
was 'l favor
of committeeto
appointing a ,
While here, Mr.
Moody was engaged
: I of the Croton Motel, where
c after Abe Be sepf> tI'i
] 5garr: handle1 details of obtainingthe
,the in the .restaurant,business,:
had stayed off and
e41 at' the meeting Tuesday! nfght .... .,.. ......1 _. ., signatures, necessary for an couple on and hIs 'assistedaswaitress.
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( July' 12. was awakened by
tot report: that,'a ,poyer>\Jtee put- .Pictured above are Bradford C UDty'1J 14 new: JIrs. Audrey. Berger, BHS;' and Miss, Prances Poe, election to be aned.The deciding 'loud voices from the Moody apartment -:: He ,is the ,broths of Luther
side his pool hall on East, Call. vote was taken at a special meeting JM1i restaurant:
school teachers. Front row: Airs, Jean Moyle, \ early Tuesday. These jMogdy t a110 ,
Street shorted out. from
,had BHS.Back caned for that
-I' '- "' Hampton; Jlrs. Loretta Bostwkk, BUS, and bite row: Bob Ferguson, Bill Alexander &'I1dAd purpose on ( !were followed by noises that j,I opentol' '-, .-,;
robbing upatnst ; tin nxrf. Thursday, 11. with SNAKES ALIVE! '
Aug. Kope- "sounded like I -,- ,
: she
Mitchell, BHS.'Middle ill BHS !In. Clyde Sinclair. cap pistol
outside.the build .RobertSHani at ;
The light pole ,
J JousoB-frcasting votettfbreaU't :
"* ; hft-4ecidtog ,
fir. and Mrs. ConoJa ,CtaikeLaw. South5i(j 1 leru' D tary t r blr' ,':* row
injr- wast 'rotted off "at the bott : } Q.:+ .dSa,. tie?" *- f -* M Lm. ur all, nno. 'Mr.3. .
m\allowiagrV18: ; 'ts ':1O rihchestflay1 tey Mrs: Barbara '(Matchett) Pearson, Hampton! } ,,,Mrs: Alfa\UIm, both at'BIlS: '" e',issue firet-came up, Kope- year-old Wesley King heard his iIn j Lovejoy saw Moody lying Opening AnnouncedCoach

at"the' top. When the pole r l iousos said,'at-the-'regular NFTA faithful dog, Nick; barking' in a -

swayed into, the building itfinallywore ;: 'To School For Teachers meeting 8 but John
Insulation Back ,, on Tuesday, Aug. pine thicket some distance from I uoor to telephone police from a Manning; announ-
.thro ugbe} on actual"voting was postponed two i ced this week that' boys wishing
the King residence U- S. 301 i nearby service station.
: on
1Kb wire. 'T W re shorted bypassed 1 It was back to the grind Monday short two teachers land the South teaching; profession.It days, until Thursday, in order to Bodies Discovered to play midget' football should

'a circuit breaker and currept August is', for Bradford Side Elementary School in Starke is a fact that the janitor in inform absent members of the south of Starke. Going to investi- I Officers Wayne Barns and pick up their permission 'slips"

passed Into the appliances' inUie' County's 141 schoolteachers withthree one, County .Schooj' Superintendent the Bradford County courthouse' proposed move. gate, Wesley' found the dog' excited -.Robert Davis of the St. Peters- next' week at the Starke Elementary

building. positions yet U be. filled. I Harmon P. Morgan'stated.The draws only $220 less per year,"'in During the two days from Tues over a big, fivefootrattle- burg police Arrived and found School office.

.The'.two' 110-volt. ,' wires. which With the county's 3400; students 1 educators are spending two I salary than does a beginning. day to-- Thursday, the 'president snake, coiled 'on the ground. Mrs. Moody lying on the groundin Both the parents and the framing

feed Into' the buUding fed together due to report Monday. August weeks, prior to August 29 'as a teacher with a four year ocoU 'ge' "said, word of the proposed vote With his trusty .22 rifle Wesley front of the motel. She was doctor are required to sign

when .the'ground wire also, broke 29.littie more than a week away, pre-planning period to prepare degree. A beginning teacher in i 'Sot around and enough new members shot at the snake several times shot in the neck and left buttock. the slip before the youngster Ja

off, throwing 229 volts of :current -' Lavtay Junior High School is for( the arrival of the students this county makes $3,600tper year 'representing "dry" opinionin until one of the bullets lodged in. Moo y's body with a bullet allowed to play. Manning said '::

,ln otiie! building,,burning out and to orientate the 'county's 14 and the courthouse.Janitor:earns the community, joined the the reptile's 'head and stopped wound through the heart, was Practice Is scheduled to begin *

lights, ,ifans' and other appliances* Old City \Well new Teachers.Nine of the newcomers $3,380 per year. organization to make the issue avery Mr. Rattlesnake's rattling for\found about 60 feet to the rear Tuesdi7t August 30. "; ,

Council decided. to investigate. .. -have.- accented lobs -In 'Jlnrsan; said- that---- in- the past close one._ Tfnnalmiena__ _"__w Said good.Wesley ,.
and, To Shut-off Bradford High School in Starke, years Florida has overcome its these new members frankly stated .

surince would pay ,the damages Stay two ,m, ,Lawtey, ,two in Hampton, teacher deficit by hiring out of, they were Joining for the sole purpose Mrs. Harvey King of Route 2, c. ; ..&.

caused in Bessent's establishment The city's 10 inch well near and one in South Side Elemen- .state teachers by means of higher of voting. against the question Starke. "

Superintendent Wasdin said that the power plant will just stay tary School in Starke. pay. However, he said, other :

several bad situations such as shut down, the City Council has Supt. Morgan welcomed the states are now raising the salaryof If the vote had been taken at False Impression CAMERAMA't

this are present In town. He said teachers Monday, August 15. their teachers and
decided, until some money can new keeping the first meeting, those in ,favorof I :
ha ,had warned several persons be found with which to trace at a meeting of the Bradford them at home. As a result he appointing' the committee i Received On Gas I

about the condition of their down the cause of, oil &i the water. Education Association. The superintendent -.said the teacher shortage in this would probably have passed the
electrical wiring, but they so far stated that there is i state maYbe ome desperate unless ,. sit
t issue margin
The Council made the decisionat by a IQrS Kopelousos Rate Hike Davis _. y
have, neglected to repair the its regular meeting Tuesday a teacher shortage over the en- salaries are raised. : I .t, :f

faulty systems.Mayor night, August 16 when it was 1 tire state as well, as in Bradford "A good case can be made for said.NFTA Secretary John Schultz

Billy Jackson told VVasdln -, found that the Grey Well and' County. Bradford High School raising teacher's salaries by the stated that, at least eight new Oscar Davis superintendent of

to give ,the persons concerneda Pump Company would charge Principal Hugh Ingram said that single argument that the teaching members joined the group duringthe the city's natural gas utility, declared -
[certain number of days' to repair $800 to inspect the well and in former'years Starke's proximity profession must compete with two N days from August 9-11 yesterday that some customers -

their lines when, informed, 52,500 to Install a new pump Incase to the University Florida had other professions if it is to improve Any person interested ta further- have gained a false impression -; : ,

they were faulty. If the systems the old oO lubricated pump. assured the county of a plentiful!j I itself," Morgan stated. ing business in Bradford County I' : from recent news stories "<

were not fixed by that time Jack. teacher supply. However, he said, The.'superintendent in his talk the association concerning Houston Gas Corporation's t
was foundto be at fault. I is eligible to join ,
lop said, Wasdin should SWeat'out "We have found as much as 15 this year the number of appli- to the EEA also criticized the Kopelousos said. ,application for a rate in- 4

cants for teaching jobs barely Minimum Foundation ., ,
warrants for the citizen's arrest feet of oil in wells .that were I Program Schultz stated that the association crease. !
forcing him to repair Ws powered 'by the old oil lubricated filled,, existing vacancies, leaving passed by" the State'Legisla'tur now has approximately '26 Davis said that even if the increase
wiring or go to Jail. **' very little room to be choosy.In I!in 1947 for not alloting funds to 27'members should be granted, whichis \ : ,
pumps, Power;: Plant Superintendent or Twenty members ;
In Other action at the ,Council his talk to the BEA group i repair existing school buildings. not a settled fact, it does not v,,
Riley Wasdin said a pump I were present Thursday Aug. 11, :
meeting Tuesday night City At- Monday, Supt. Morgan laid the I' Thousands: dollars can be that the consumer would I
'' mean
told him to vote on the liquor election
torney Arch Thomas, In- company representative! blame for the teacher shortage1rectJy" (spent, he said to erect nice new, I
a letter; The representative told Wasdin } issue, he said. One member did pay an eight per cent. increase in II
told the members of the't board on low salaries. He said ;buildings but not a dime can be his bill V .
that the old oil ,lubricated not vote. gas :
that it '\\'Ua1'eed In the original pumps that)ther higher paying jobs are I spent to put a new roof on an old l "It would mean" Davis said ,
h discarded because of President
v.een Kopelousos was out fzI
gas system contract to retain, the oil .that has been' found.tn.. wells enticing .peo' 1e away from the ;building, of the city the first of the week "that the City would,pay' Houstonan I .. "
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englneerins firm .f,..... 1 .
.ackeonvIUe eight"per"cent increase which I
Wasdia said that if something I and had not yet appointed the
,*.Re '1lolds, Smith and Hill,' 'I would amount to only..4 of a''
,- --I happened \o the dly's new $22-, committee that was authorized at ,

_ I Continued On Pan |] ', 000 well 'the city would be put of t tI the Aug. 11 meeting. i cent j er thernu"- .

,'.. .' ..'I water; 'in 'eight to ten 0 hours. According FIo.ridaJaw, 25 peri Even if this small increase '-

'" -' HoWever the Council decided to ET1 cent of the registered voters in I were passed onto the, consumerit '

t BEGINNERSSWIMMING, I'spend po money .other than what the county must, sign their names I would mean that the .averagehousehold

) using around 20 or 25 a #' kE I,
U abfojutely necessary, for the as favoring a vote on the wet- I r

':" ,_ remainder of this fiscal 'year. But.CouneiLsaid dry,issue before an election can be t therms per month, would have anincrease

,' the problems of the,, called. Since Bradford County has of only around eight or wf

CLASS : t" .' ,well,'would be; considered In then 5,299 registered voters, this would ten cents per month on its gas ..4L ,

i;',,,'" : : W'buagettxveucUman require 1,325 bona fid signatures. bill Davis said. "' : w's t ;, 4rss

_ FOR ADULT$, "' '\; T. C. Hazen recom; The signatures, must be verified, The superintendent said that 235

: mends repairing the. old well as t :(4 and must be_ in. the same form as .consumers are now being served ;

toon as the city is able. "It would they are on the:;registration books. by natural gas in Starke and that

y by) good to have it in o eraUon," Instead :of the old custom of conversions are continuing at a I
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Hazea'said.' steady pace. r j jI jI
STIUCKLAND1MNDING Circulating-petitions, the law now :
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provides for the mailing of

Sheriffs ibsse R questionnaires to registered voters I Adult Beginners >*

I on which they may register approval
Starting '. Increases Members"Have or.disapproval! ,of calling an Swim Class To'

Tues.Aug.30 '! 4 election'ur:: the wet=dry issue. It Be Held Aug. 30 I
.. horses vffl Join.1? wa.s. : ?
.- ': $ is believed that this ,is the plan
the. theme at a meeting of the that will bemused in bringing the The Starke: Recreation Depart- I How to keep cool white practicing football fa Hdegree

m SpaceWeekly Conti'tbuIed Bradford County Sheriffs Issue
Mounted Posse Friday night, ,-. swimming class for adults at Arthur Holliday (with bucket) and David la-,
to PnblitlacG'mmunlt August 12. as six'' members were Strickland's Landing on Kingsley I '
i *" gram on the receiving end of an impromptu show, ,
added ,to bring the total to IS. .
Events by Lake 'starting Tuesday, Aug. 30. '
j LawteyJSeginners j er bath. Many an excess pound of summer fat was '
Sheriff p.Do.,_ Reddish, reported. j Mrs., Delore*. Fairish of 'U brollD, Spring. tetbWsi receiving a A time- that will be most suitablefor t '
I sweated off Monday as the Tornadoes answered CoadlRegiiter'
The -
Sheriff that the chest x-ray ..nderthe supervision of X-Bay Technician Moore.la To'R {U the majority of those inter-
THE goals to have 25 members in the! ? ,' ,._ o. Lea *drat call to practice. ,,
COMMUNITY the, State BwLrd_ of Health's ,Mobile Unit last Thursday ,Angus_ 1.1 ested will be'decided on at a later :
i' STATEBAN& posse Another i meeting. 1 scheduled: The oak,J #l,>e In front of the 7. Florida,Bank. In Starke Friday,..'August -I. ;,iJames'Temple.' principal ",ofLjrtrteY.3jQniQrHigh date. (Camerama welcomes contributions,, of pictures:
: .J School
l -- .JOPSTARlS- .r_ .:, tor this,. Friday night:August*19,i u.frt- a14ram.o..1,* : ,p.m.&Dd'2- pun to 6 p.m.; s8.turdA7Aapst, uooiices';that:f1M :graders an-win the Anyone class is interested requested in to entering contact and ideas. What have you got to offer?) ,,, ,. J-- .i. ;

-,. iOTesaAujust23, from10.Ma. to l 1'ID8S1d J pjn. te.3 i. ,. _.: t :'
o'clock the American
'10t at .8 in Legion : register, .bet. Thursday: Aug. the Recreation Department or it: ...I
Ball p.m. ,
; : A the director
.. Bob Benner.
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...... 'I> .... Mr. and Mrs Bob Snyder of j jGeorgetown. Miss Linda Elrod of }Macon Ga.. - ,
Mr. andits arrived last for f : '
t.-KI.vislt : Wednesday '. -
ar-* -* --* M'I M'tA' : .
J. ) dW und Tealy and Miss f Virginia ? 'sr 'i, ek's'visit; with Miss Jane S ?'. ,,",. ::<: .,..-- I."\ "
Raysor the ,early part qljthjs Hardy. Sunday the J. E. Hardysand f:

weep Mr. sad tilts,;' Snyde? Linda spent the day at St. PRIESTKIIli.RG'.ALiTENt I : : ; _

ark_ both ..$rofess ra ,at George:* Augustus Beach. Wednesday Mr. ';

tQ'fJ1. Co\\e\ e. ItI i and Mrs. Harry,Elrod and daughter : .5- c' ,.

'Mr. and Mrs Charles Knight k. Ginger, were dinner guests "r
I and sons of Gainesville were g of Mr. ,and :Mrs,.. J. E. Hardy and '- .
guests of Mr. Knight's grandmother famfly and took Jlnda home'with : REGISTRATION. '
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Mrs. D. E.. Knight Mon: them. Jane .accompanied the El. ., v( '
-1 AUGUST 25 2ff
John and Gus Kopelousos and i Miss! Martha Rozier has returned I rods home and will visit with them :' : : ; $ <'

their aunt, Mrs. Virginia Ramos to continue teaching at day.Mrs.. A. E. McKinney had asf F for a week !; 9'O TILL :00"AI; <': ". ,.,.'-- :',. ,

and! daughter, Mary, of Jackson- BHS after a vacation spent at I guests two days this week her: Mrs.. Jack Marby ia. attendingthe r AND :r t .

ville are spending this week in her home in Brunswick Ga. sister-in-law, Mrs. Mabel Hunt, of' +Aye1 Q ,!. 'l' w i fs .4..3t Southern ,Baptist WMU Con-- 6! '
attending a Greek Con- Miss Delia Rosenburg, Miss 3:00: TILL 6:00 P.\!.
Maryland Huntrs I
Bushnell and Mrs. sister ij .. A :erenc8 in Rldg rest, N. C. F '
vention. Madge Middleton, Mrs. Desta Mrs. Marcus May, of Jacksonville. Ors tie Johns had a!*' her : '
Miss Mary Katherine Wainwright Dyal and Mrs. B. Farber attended *Mrs. K. G. Duncan will leave guest Monday her niece.: _Mrs.. Lue- 1 Bring Your Child for, Open House!'

was working at the I( the annual Friendship Meetingof Friday for ,bschner's Clinic in'' t' 'u llJ'N: of Lak* Wo/tk

Gainesville Public Library last i iThursch1' BPW Club at the Holliday Inn New Orleans for observation. Jimmy Hazen c son of Mr. and

While there she had i in Gainesville Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Thompson M 's. Vascoe Hazen,. is 'home now '- .
supper with Mr and Mrs. C. A. I j Members from ,Gainesville, Ocala had as guests Sunday Mr., and 9 Z Nt I k after being discharged from the '- .

Osborne and spent the night with | and Starke were present Mrs. Ronald Behnke! of Green army, He 743 stationed in Augs NORTH

her cousin Mrs. Jim Quincey. On : Miss Leah Sutton ,has returned 1. Cove> Springs. / burg, Germany' for two years.:

Friday she rode Bradford the Bookmobile County. I j i from! Silver, N. C. where she spent Mrs R. V\ Chapman and son, 1.S :Mrs. N:6.Wynn has Joined'her BIG_ FLORIDASUPPEY SPfCI *l

throughout the summer. Bobby, spent last weekend in St. husband in Massachusetts for a >'
Mary Katherine is planning to I| Mrs. Fred Barshell of West .,
I Augustine! with Mr. and Mrs. 'W.I| I vacation. They ,will go to Denver,
major in library science at FSU. j' Palm Beach visited Mrs. Sam A. Bryant. | Colo. and. into Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns and .
Rosenburg last Thursday.. Mr. and Mrs., Garl Mathews Mrs. Virginia Allison of Gaines- ,
son, Ricky, spent the weekend at i| 41 ; '
Miss Reba Starnes BHS Librarian spent the weekend In Jacksonville vjlle; has purchased the Alice

Horseshoe with Mrs. Johns'jparents j has returned after spendingthe with Mr. and Mrs William Flink I Farrish place on Kingsley; Lake. 13.8 CUBIC FOOT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A 7l .11 *
] at her in 1 t '
summer home Spring
of Jacksonville Beach Mr. andSirs. 1 Mrs. AM n and her children! will

Darby. i I City Tenn. Her mother returned Lowell Mathews of Neptune j : occupy the cottage :next summer.
Miss Carol Searing is visitingher j I with her for a two weeks' visit. Beach, and Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Union 'Taylor' Jrv of JackSon-
aunt, Mrs. R. B. Trask, in j I i :Mrs. Mary Ana Irvan and son WESTINGHOUSE REFRlGERATOR
I Mathews of Atlantic Beach.: \ I ville spent. the weekend with Mr.
Lakeland for two weeks. I i i of Hardin. Ky. are spending two' Barney E. McRae has recovered I l arid Mrs. Uerrltf Williams .and

Mr. ana Mrs. S. R. Johns spent I;I! weeks with Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. from a recent illness. _: Miss. Frances .Landnun.Mr. .
in Gainesville with their "" ,
Eunday '
and Covington at Kingsley Lake. Mrs Ruth Clark of Miami is;, and 'Mrs .Logan? Baldwin' -
son-in-law and daughter Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs Hol'Ja Hope and visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright "< | bad as guests last wekend Mr.
Mrs. Zack Crawford and family.
children, of Atlanta, Ga. are and, family and Mrs: Henry Register ,of MI- rt
Misses Martha and Lynne Dayton
of Largo spent last Tuesday 1) spending this week with Mr. and Miss Dottie ,Dayton of Largospent Sisters Receive Degrees ami and Mr. Baldwin's soninlawand i

with Mary Agnes and Betsy Mat-1t,, :Mrs. L. D. Vining. from Tuesday to Sunday I daughter. Mr''arui MrS: L. L.

Lake. Cadet Fritz J. Pellum is attending with Beverly Chapman. Thompson and son of Ayers; K 1 AM'

thews Mr. at and Kingsley Mrs. L. G- Powell are a 28-day summer training unit 141'8.i H. B. McLendon arrived; Lynette Roddy gets her motar- .Both young: women tpok undergraduate < Mass.Mr.. : .t

spending; two weeks in Saluda, at Eglin Air Force Base in, West Thursday, for a brief. visit with card tassle adjusted by her sister : study in Arkansas uniersities. AQA Mrs..Charlie R. Cowen

Florida. A student at the University Mr.: and Mrs E. L, Matthews and Marlyce, prior to graduation .,\- Marlyce received her AB and family returned home last

N.C.Graduates of the class of '60 I of Ji'J'rida.. Cadet Pellum family at Icingsley .Lake. ceremonies at the University' of' degreein ,education from Harding ,week .from, Spartanburg, S. C.
O.__ Rovette_ is_ .: Florida last, Saturday night,. when_ College! ; while Lynette studied
who will begin college life at St.I is majoring in political science. He Rev H.'. ., ..;- attending where they spent the summer _
both received at the .
degrees sum three at Arkansas
Johns Rh'er- Junior College on will graduate in June 1961 and P camp meeting at Lake Juna years State. .guile T Tv
August 30 are Larry Elder Robert I will be commissioned as a second 1 uska Methodist Camp in North mer commencement.; ;They are Marlyce will begin her' second* Krv .C oWen, attended the \ I
I IG1umcs daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Far as English teacher for theUth' Summer Science. Institute at con-
this week. He is
Billy Helsabeck, Sara Jo lieutenant in the U. S, Air Force. Carolina '
I Roddy of 1264 Colley Road in Grade at'
Sprow, Perman Roberts, Linda J Miss Susan Slade has returned of evangelism for the Gaines--.I .Bradford! HighSchool terse college.;<.-..-

Smith Janice Conners Wayne I home from St. Vincent's Hospital ille District and was accompanied ; Starke. I. when school opens Aug. w .-- ,"- >. ,..... .. .. ... ,? ".' -, ,1
Sapp. ana Carol McRae. j I where she underwent surgery on by> Rev, Mayton. who is'the ctap-' Marlyce,'at 20, was master's the young' 29. Lynette has taught five years r.

of Monticello her arm broken in a : lain of the State. prison. They est candidate for a degree In ; : : -ttt
Freddie:: Thomson I recently in the graduating class. She Clay l County, and will teach S.
after'spending will ,return next Monday.. I! fttl'
home Sunday accident.
returned I skiing
icceived her master's in teaching, the 1st and 2nd grades at Clay r v.tssst.
the summer with his L. Patten is. in Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe spent $ 1 _
> Judge George while; Lynette was awarded a" Hill. Elementary. School during -, fJ, '
weekend .
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Gainesville this week attending a the with Mrs. J.Y: .. .
.. ..
bachelor of arts in education. the 'coming -
Stump:: and working in Stump'sDepartment Circuit Judges Seminar sponsoredby Kincaid and Mrs. 0; L., Beasley.. _-. --- term. : .I' ." ,
SUN1MON.: & TUES. ,. s
Store. the College of Law at the University 5Mr. and Mrs. James W.:' Roach Mr. and ,Mrs. ;Kbbert ,Barkfidale Mr, and Mrs. George Hender- '
Replace your old tnftng ,machine and son, James Jr., have moved : August .21, 22, & 23
of Florida, the Florida Bar had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs. shot and daughter of Ohio spentInst -
belt with a new Sinter Belt., and the Florida Conference of! to Starke. from Green Cove Ilermie stevt'D&cm'Miami Mr.\ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. : IX UBLE FEATURE:
from .Denmark Furniture ,Co. U Circuit Judges. Fifty-six circuit! Springs ,and are residing' at 137 Errol, Alvarez. Hell.lerit'! Fqr"L'eatherAuden :
Miss Wanda Williams of. Madison !and\ Mrs. ,J. W. Home. Sr., and a.
judges., are attending the confer- Washington Ave., "Mr.. Roach hasretired Extra Bobbins'save time-rStacfe : { Mprphy i .FeUciat. Parr .
spent several days last week Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne Jr. of : ,
from the USN and iIno'V'
with Sinter Bobbin at Deai ,Stephen
ap SIcKaflynrhil&uic
:1 Model RLA-13
with Mis$ Flora Slade. Flora and I ence.Mr.. and Mrs. Guy Sale were in : employed_at, the., State Prison Hampton, Mr. and Mrs: RichardC. mark Furniture Co. u ( PLUS ;...:- : .

Wanda will be roommates this Tallahassee from Saturday to as an engineer. James; will be in ,. Williams and sons of New: Port l' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tharp ,and i <
fall fete at FSU.Fresneda' returned this. Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. the 7th grad? ,this year. The Richey,, Mr. and: Mrs!.Richard C. family of Fitzgerald Ga.. spent the : BOX Kid11Epaal4 75 Freezer .
Roaches of St. ; ;Foster Luana. :
are members Edwards Patten'August
week from Cuba Where .he" spent Alton Revell.. While there they attended May end daughter, and Billy! weekend with"Mr.: and Mrs. Nor- : .

the summer at'his home. Mr. the wedding of Sally Ann Catholic Church. H.orne .f\f,. H omen head.,and Mrs- "f-*.I man Willis. fo f .W .9q.qIt.

Fresneda teaches at BHS. Parham. Dave Long will return: Saturday G. Barksdale and Mrs..Lula ., '
Spanish Mott -
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Cha.ce 'and Mrs. Eula Whigham has as fro.in'; WOmipgton.: ,peJU' e1e'wOlked lie cf Starke., .. .. -- --. --, WJD.: .& .THURS., *. Frozen $tOrag. :TI.Y
this"summer.: He will be 24& 25
family of Chicago, Ill. spent iast :2uests this week her daughter, Miss Amy, Coburq .and Mrs.
Thursday with Mrs. Sam Rose Mrs. H. W. Turner and son of here ,$qr three weeks before re- W. L. Blair:' have returned fromvisitins ; r, "DOUBLEColeea FUmq

bun f "j.r "t."". ''. .: Statesboro, .Ga. turning Mlddletown to ,St DeL, .Andrews Toni School Long in of .Mrs.. Don Mrs.'McCann Blair's. ,: and daughters family, of,, ., Florida I> Tfiec1i'Wo- :('Gray. 'Granf Williams an' S *. Mufti-PQsitiou Sb.eJf: ; _. .. S

Benning ,
Ft. was'visitlIig his A "' '
Casper. Wyo. and Mrs.. J. Dorr. -: .,.. .PJ.US'''_ 1
parents, Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long ftniith and family of "
I El-Dorado,. ONLY :
over the weekend.. Kan. : ,Qry; Terror, $ u.

!' Purchase any model .f Stnre Miss Thelma Peabody of Miami : James Mason, Rod Steiger I $2. '

PEN! OPENSpeciqJzing'in Ses'lrit Mv"'ne ,&i Denmark :nsited Miss Jackie Colley ,from Theatre ,Wel;!: >> an WITH.! :

Furniture (.0. U .Sunday\ ,to Tuesday of this. week. ILij Opior, Cait4ouF

1. r. and Mrs. W., I, Sowers and Jackie returned home with .. .. I -- TBADB .
family have returned from a Thelma for a week's, visit.. I ; Jl|. $ SAT.August .

week's vacation in Martinsville, Pearson .Cox is home for theremainder 26 & 27 "You can be sure .iflt 1 s. W ';'tin+ '{hot e"
; Steaks & ChickenRESTAURANT Va., visiting} her parents, Mr. of the summer after AT., AUG. 20 ; .W ',fE.\t

and Mrs. L. ;?. Hopkins. They attending the ,U. ,Of F':; summer?
returned by Pilot Mountain, N. C. school He.will return to the university 1st Feature Brides jgf Dj-acula l .

M & M and spent the day with his Sept., 10., f cte sopUl, NORTH FLORIDASUPPtJ 0.a:

parents Mr. and Mrs.A. 'J. Sowers Mr. ana Mrs. Benedict\ ,Finger true saaus ; Y saes '

Mrs. E. K. Perryman returned Jr. and Mir. and Mrs. Benedict Kirk Douglas; Slivana Macgano 222 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO {.2H3. :'
.SOUTH ON U. S. 301 4 I .
Finzer Sr. of Louisville, Ky: have I" .
after three week's .
Saturday a
Plus Color Cartoon .. . .
: ,
1 ,, .. .
leturned.after aweek's WQUN42nd ,
visit in Miami with Airs C. F vacation t } .
Open All Night on Friday & Saturday in Ft. J .. \. --.A -
Sayles.Mr. Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. I'i-----, -L.'*, 4'".'**/*', fl T .1' i tVs'TImtSoving' -.' -.T :t. ..

Closed Sunday thru Thursday at 12 Midnight and Mrs. Titus Olson were Mrs. Finzer Sr. will remain here' a .... .... ,. ,-.'-'" .. ,
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ane'dirs. for_another, _week., :
Under New Management Marlene & Mildred Smith
George Brown of Kingsley Mr. ana Mrs, Seeber Goodman ": T J"I

EVERYONE WELCOME Lake. and daughters have returned\ FeatureH'HEBSaPAflADEGFCQWEDY .

Mrs. Glen Conner was honored;. home after a ,week's vacation! in -

I at a dinner in Gainesville Saturday Tennessee and; Kentucky. While .. t
night to celebrate her receiving gone they attended the graduation ': ., ,.-'",'1' ;

a master's degree in edu of Mrs. Goodman's ,sister 't'f r
Murray State College .
cation. Those
1- I present were: : Glen 6t4 .. -
Conner and son Mr. and ,:Mrs Mrs. C.: D. Williams and Mrs. ""

With Grocery: Order and{ This! Co\ c iWAyNES B. E. McRae. Mr. and Mrs F. S, Irene Johns 'spent this week hi ", ,

Crawford. Mrs.. F. M. Crawfordand Hendorsonville, N. C. with Mr... : I
:and Mrs. Bill Beck.
son, Dr. and Mrs. Barney E ".
: Cash McRae of Lake City, and Mrs Miss Gall Draper of Jackson- I t#
SUPERETTEOwne" Lucille Nazworth of Jacksonville l'ille is spending the. week with .. wtgln 4sY *- r'N t'"
: Lu Green. rutul Cut ,
Misses Betsy Matthews and Csm.eiw fwA 'V,),
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kalbrun- (:: r
Margie Dowling spent l last Wed-: .t
ner of f
Cleveland. Ohio
and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil nesday to Sunday with Lynne guests of his' brother; Mr. were and Cartoon: Two Ton Baby Sitter -. .:*3
Davtoa "
)Douglas) Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store Mr. and Largo.Mrs Cary Nazworthof w. S. Haas, over the week :;*:

671 W. Madison Phone WO 4.9231 Jacksonville are visiting their end.Mr. SUN? MON, &,TUE : <". *

and Mrs. Doyle Adair andlair Ii' 1
We Reserve The Right To Limit QuantityWE worth parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Naz and Mrs. J. S. Adair spent Aug. 21, 22, & 23 q ..- .'>, rr f
and Mr. and Ms. B. E '

GIVE FAMILY STAMPS MrRao.. Halle Wednesday with' Mrs W. G.. ., '

Roddy Struth will arrive _horn? (' vr
Mrs. Charles .
,QUAKER S. R., FLOUR 5 lb. bag 39c Ayg. ?5 from- Denver' Colorado Weds. and Thurs;Hardy with her mothr spent- r '-Y.,
where has-been. .
he .
.. stationed. He :
Mrs. G E.
McGauley; In Pa:
BAKERITE. -, 3 Ib. tin 39c will have a month's leave before ;latka. Mrs. :Hardy 'brought home f
returning with, the Air Force i in ; _
With $5.00 Food Order Las Vegas. Ney. her son. 'Chase who has spent '
he' sunpner with Mr. and Mrs. ..
Mr. and airs Foster Shi( Smith !W-- ,
BEACON BLEACH Frank Stokes at Crescent Beach.' ,{
qt. lOc I and family returned last week .. ..
Miss .Sandra Hunt of Jacksonville 4I ,'
from a ten days' visit with Dr. A. :s. visiting Mrs., Henrietta ,.. "
GOOD HOPE MILK 3 tall 39c H. Shi in ; -
cans Stratford, Okla. Hunt. Mrs. t .. ," '
Hunt had as guests ft' 'Convenient t ;
Rlnrer SMrtar Michfaw! Needle t last week Mrs. Blanche; EnglandTer e toO"oI \d. .
\a "
FLAG 't"c. !a
It Denmark I' '
Fcm rr Qt. tf and
daughter of PL Lander-, : '. _..a.1"1.: =; .' .
Iff ..... i7:
pkgl .
40 ,ozv, Mr. ana, Mrs. Prescott, Gill 'returned da1 I -' trd. it '
Monday fran two week's Mrs. Gladys Harrington and '- : ." \ -' -,.
3,fuae wtctE1us# l Wuutlislike yeors .
;0 lb., TABLE : NEW GA., SWEETPOTATOES visit ,with Mr, and Mrs., Pete No- Mis., C. A.Knight spen\.Thursday. ., .<. ; a. r ; ,
harnuk in Lowell. Mass. 29c POTATQES1E lOc f JJr. and MrS: Simons! Island, r 12 'e r .
Jimmy Rowe and Gag. ,;J- -
SUNKIST FIRM RIPE daughter ,Monica,,aM Linda Kay Mr. ana Mrs;her y of' Philadelphia $! .. -.. --. 1 :
{ Smith spent last week' Pa. and Mrs.- Harry Weber ,;n THURS,. o.FRL. .. ?' '''S I _.. ,., :
LEMONS :cioz. .29c-L 13 A 1'1 J\NJ\S 1z.1 > lOc : at Daytona spent l ,- : ..J "
Beach Jas week'-Jfctaston,:Texas AUG. 14,,Si *;2tt ;: -

::Mrs. Harry 'Mooty and daugn with relatives. The Levajs are fi' liI -

T-BONE ,fcr.. ''Gerry Beth., were in; Lake spending two :weeks: with ,the I r r" > -' c ckif ,
SIRLOIN ROUND STEAK Ib. 69c Worth ,from Sunday:-to Thursday Webers.' :- !:. '." :; ., .. 1ft.. .' L.. "
visitins, Mrs. MQotrg mother, Tool 'Jaeksoa- Jte: 3> Igs I : :;',. :-

FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER Ib. 39c Mrs C. A. Sanborn. and-Mr.San- week with Fred Thomson in.Monticello. ("'t'' ,"f' -. $0f
_':"* ( -f":
born t ..' t :
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Mrs. p. L., Haynes. and ,Mrs and Mrs J. .. ? ,:; tN -
Jrt ,
fsricf pd. !- 351f
FRESH ALL MEAT STEW lb 59c laughter are/in Atlanta GsL :a"ards.ars3-'meters:: <:Jayie ,andcLanne. ..;'.cr. ,,""':..".." 'j '":.

;rerunher parent. .,and,.grandaajj',_.Jfcaa s ,returned / ,: l
.. lOc Mr.. ap4 r jnhp Bysapg of .lie--Me&dftp after. AH + t'a FlFf _t -' .' 0 h.,: 5. : i J
Daytona Beach the'weekendwith bonded. -1 ;
--- spent .r5wgi8n.t typr Ittftegthey -.- :,: .
PORK : 1 1. 5 & Mrs. ,1. Dodd ;Jr. t ; wpt. to 1
CHOPS -pejitgr utft. c *?> 94: ,W. orsnt, ..n4are: n >: .- ;:; .I! f.J
: Mrs. Adolph? .Qu enterediWprd (CtUflowstone 't4 .1
'- : _, v. TTMasigp .
Sunday.night'for ". t feblltEelr fLf4D. -..lfllzG ....... ".tuti"f +rINWRAYC. 0
Hotel J.W Jtt-
SELECT BEEF LIVER Ib. 39c ; : I ; : *. r> &
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""' "- "'- L." AI'" BPW ChitMeeting I II Fr- 1i MAYOR'S COURT .

"ii I I Held i I f !
Ten persons drew fines Mon:
At Hampton LakeMrs. I SJ- l day August 15, in Mayor's CourtHisna MONEY

1[ : Nolan Coleman reckless
Mike Gilhooly and Mrs driving lined $52.50 or 10 days in
E. '* i ST66tl;
j Nate Dyal were hostesses Thursday a case postponed from last week.I

1I I night, Aug. 11, at the home of 4. t Bradford Soil Conservation Willie Gene Coleman, Negro, WHEN
Mrs. Lake to uisorderly conduct, fined $27.50or
Dyal on Hampton '
\ Gladys, Mooty District Supervisors-Leaton Moran .
members of the Starke Businessand 'Jr five clays. (
Foster Shi Smith, and ,
Professional Women's, Club. Zedra attended Robert Lee. Negro, public intoxication -
Hamilton the :
Judith Helene Roth President Madge Middleton led the t yi n 15th' annual convention of Florid fined $27.50 or five YOUNEED. ,,-

To business session, and the finance da Soil ass. .
Conservation District Supervisors
Engaged .
chairman :Mrs. Ruby Johns, pre 'I in Jacksonville, August Alton, P. Clapper improper : '

Russell Crosby Jr. sented the club budget for the 1819. G. E. Snow, former rest- passing and causing an accident' : .:,
year which was amended and forfeited bond of 2750.
I dent of Starke. is State President
){r.I and Mrs. Arthur E. Roth I adopted. I' Roscoe Levon Hughes disorderly -
'j b- Doyle Conner, Commissionerelect -
ot North St.< Petersburg announce ., Miss Middleton. Mrs. Dyal, Miss of Florida Department of conduct $52.50 or 10 days IT !

the engagement of their daughter Della Rosenburg and Mrs. Lloyd I ,Agriculture, spoke on the two-day Bertha Mae Brooks disorderly"conduct j '
fined $52.50 or 10 days;
meeting .
Farber attended
a Tues-
Judith Helene, to Floyd Russell program.
intoxication fined $102
day evening of the GainesvilleClub Since 1937 all but five counties public
i Crosby Jr., son of Mr. and haa amount reducted to
; their annual "Pr1ends_ ip {have been ,included in districts J
Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby of Starke. Note"dirjier. for conserving the State's Soil 27.50 and put on probation until LOANS TO $600

I The bride-elect is a native of Plans were discussed for a Carroll-Jones and water resources. December 29, 1960. ,

I I Buffalo, N. Y. She is a 1957 money raising project and also fora Told Districts are organized by vote James Robert Whitehead. reck- For Any Worthwhile Purpose
of ,
Engagement less driving, forfeited bond
N I uate of Northeast High grad-'I community project to be held of land-owners. Supervisors are
in the near future. $27.50.
democratically elected. They review
St. Petersburg, and attended Plans also Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green announce Norma Suggs.,Negro, public in- '
I were made for the and direct the conservation TAXES
Florida State University. At present annual Business Women's Week the engagement and approaching ;yrogram, in their districts. toxicactn. fined $27.50 or five ,
I I she is employed by PineUas celebration October 2-8, and the marriage of their Robert Roush, Area Soil Scientist days.
R I Construction Co., Inc. in St.1 group will attend Church in a daughter* Alice Faye Carroll to for the Soil Conservation Audrey Ahs Byers, allowing EXPENSES "-

i! Petersburg as a secretary. 1 1I body Sunday morning and honor Paul D Jones, son of air andMrs. Service from Lake City, prepared unauthorized person to drive, REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS
The prospective bridegroom is their Woman of the Year at a soil and capability maps for: fined $27.50 or five days, sentence CASH. PURCHASES
a native of Starke and is a 1954 dinner'during the week. I H. F. Jones of Hampton. 'EowardjjBrown\ J. W. Neveils, L- suspended and put on 30 day pro ETC

Hartman-Edwards I graduate of Bradford High School. L. Norman.. Emory Johns, Ed- 'bation. I -
I He attended Berry College in CYF District Meet Joyce DawkinsIs ward C- Harvey. T. G. witch H. Jerry Leon Byers failure to I

Engagement ToldMr. Mount Berry, Ga. and served four Married To T., Flannagan, L G. Teston, and have vehicle under control and
I years in the Air Force. Currentlyhe Held At KingsleyThe Pete.G. Felos. These maps will causing accident and driving I Prompt Service WithMoney
and 1If., '. Laurence Hart- is employed in the Jacksonville Charles CrosbyMr. be used to develop a soil and without legal license fined .

man of Jacksonville announce the I office of ,Prudential Insurance Co. Jacksonville District CYF water conservation farm plan for $102.50 or 10 days.LOUISE I

engagement and "* approaching of,America. meeting was held at the Edwin ana Mrs. W. T.Dawkins..announce -, +their farms. / ProblemsSTOP

marriage of their daughter The wedding will' take place at Williams place on Kingsley. Lake the marriage of their Conservation farm plans were STERN I

Theota, to Harry' G., Edwards, son 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, last Sunday. daughter, Joyce Eileen to Charles 1 f r delivered to, Ed Tenly. Fred Me- !I
of Mr. and }Mrs. :Arthur Edwardsof Forty young people enjoyed David, and Carl'Sapp. We stopped -
August 20, in the Northeast Park Alton Crosby, son of Mr. and j STUDIO '
Brooker. I i water games during the after- on Carl's front porch to get IN OR CALL 0
The marriage will be solemnized Baptist Church. St. Petersburg. noon, followed by a picnic supper Mrs. Lester Crosby of Starke. .into the shade and discuss his

at T, pjn. on August 26 !in the I.I All relatives and friends of the nerved at 6 o'clock by women of The marriage took place at 8 farm plan. He and his son, Char-

Livingston Memorial Methodist I couple are.invited attend. the church. The meeting was concluded o'clock Friday evening, August 12, les', are using Pensacola Bahia PIANO & THEORY

Church Maine and 21st Sts. in..I with a candle light service. in the home of the bride's parentsat for their pasture grass. Carl remarked I
Jacksonville. Mrs. Reid HonoredAt The Starke CYF group plannedthe .414 E. South street. The Rev. that all his stock eat the Registration: Aug. 22, 1960 TOWN FINANCE CO
Friends and relatives! are invited -I House Warming activities and program. Bob Badgett, pastor of the First Pensacola- and do good on it.
to attend the- wedding ,and., Miss Barbara Blankenship, as- Christian! Church was the oficiat- Came upon Fred McDavid
the reception., sociate president, conducted the ins minister. making hay in between showers.
( I Mrs. Robert (Pat) Reid was 1369 S. Walnut St. 144 W. CALL ST.
0.h.1;,'f business meeting,. at which time The only attendants were Bob He'said. "We have got plenty of

Girl ScoutsSlifmber :''. Lan. night pleasantly'surprised when the First Presbyterian Tuesday plans were made to 'attend a re- Dawkins the bride's brother, who grass ,if it would only hold off Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, Fla.
WO 4-3533
> treat at Silver Springs, Aug. 26- served as best man, and Miss raining',so we could make some
Church ,Circles honored her with L
,Parry}1\ 28. Shirley Green, bridesmaid.For i hay" -
a surprise house-warming.
Mr.; and Mrs., Richard Beise and the marriage the bride worea The other day Don Champion.
Mrs. Reid was holding a circle! --
Twenty-five, Gfrl Scouts will en- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley are cosponsors lace dress, with matching accessories Farm Forester, and I were discussing -
meeting at her house at the tune
joy an extended Slumber party at of the Christian Youth and carried a bouquet "gum farming" with Otis
the others joined to form the
the home Fellowship. of'white mums.Arrangements. Leach when Otis took off his '
of _Mr..jwiMrs.: J. W. party.
o of gladioli and hat, scratched his head and said,
Home in ', The Mrs. Reid received
Hampton .iron Friday
., ': Mrs. Bloodworth white mums were used in decorat- "Boys; you won't'believe this, but ; BradfordCountylelegraphinvites
were brought in in clothes
night to Sundaytaffe'rnoon.Mrs. : a
ing'the home for this occasion. I made almost eight standard
Richard tauffman. leader, basket topped with a clothes pin Honored At Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Crosby_ ,are at airells of gum." Otis can tell
bag made into a bow.
will be assisted In caring ,for the home to friends at 313 N. Christ you "gum farming pays oft.
were served and a PartyMrs. i .
ian street. ,,
girls by Mrs. Robert BSrksdale, !social hour was enjoyed by all. "
James Bloodworth was the Hospital

honoree at a small surprise birthday Junior WomenTo
I l card party given for her by Have For Indigents

YOUR Old TIRES MAKE DOWN .I Mrs. Randal F. Chitty, last Tuesday Supper .

evening at the, home of the The Junior Woman's Club will Is Limited

_ latter. have a hamburger supper aLavern t .you to see
PAYMENT AT The living room and family Outlaw's Kingsley Lake Limitation of the hospital care
room were decorated for the occasion program for indigents from 30 j AMBER GIAY
I home on Saturday, Aug. 20 !
with arrangements of cut !' Swimming will be enjoyed''at;: days to 12 days was recently di- : the all new
summer flowers A birthday cadecorated ectexl VT'the State. Budget! Com iiMf 0 _
: five and nipjiel $t seven }SJARK [ RICA'PCO. with red.'and i :v e2jow"w aa I r i iI misSion, .due 'rto ;a shortage of .

centered on the dining room,table, Recent j 'unds,for this purpose.
and flanked by 'compotes holding :' Births The new 12-day limitation on Burroughs
candies. The guests enjoyed play '. public assistance recipients hoses .
During Our Pre-Labor DayPENNSYLVANIA ing several progressions of bridgeand Bradford, County Hospital announces aital: caie, and' the previous 30-

canasta. High and low prizes the following births: day plan operate under state-
.. were awarded. Mr. and Mrs. Hartrude Richardson :ederal financing which provides TEN KEY

1 TIRE SALE Mrs. Bloodworth received many of Starke, a daughter. 60 per: cent of the cost. The other ateLNEawe

birthday remembrances from the I I.,I Betty ,Jean August 10. alternatives for care,statecountyor
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Clem- must be met 100
guests present: The hostess presented : county alone
'' mons of Lake Butler twins, Don cent with local funds. ELECTRICADDING
her with 'a piece of her I per
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aId Curtis and Ronald Harry: Notification ,of the curtailed
chosen silver pattern as a memento
of the occasion. August 11. program went out with the August -
__ THE Mr, and Mrs. Key Miller warrants to all persons receiving -

__ HER 'S Mrs. Alice Anderson geant of Keystone Heights Sar-j old age assistance and aid :',: I

131GGESTtiRE daughter, Sandra. Lynne. to the blind, disabled, and dependent -
L f Entertains GrandsonOn 12. I children. '-', '

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leland Dock- It was noted that if the recip
His Birthday ery 0: Starke a daughter, Jenni ient was admitted to a hospital MACHINE

TI : i Mrs. Alice fer Elizabeth, August 15. --'.: 'ip to"and including July 31, 1960,
Anderson entertained Mr .and Mrs. Donald R. Tilley j and was in the hospital after '> SEA MIST GmIHare's \
BUY OF ALIFETIME' Tuesday for her grandson, Mike, of Raiford, a son, John Edward, 1 he
Aug. 1960, would be considered -
on his 12th birthday at the home August 15. !! fta latest for the modem cffia
the 30-day -
!' of Dr. and Lake.Mrs. T. G. Ritch on Mr. and Mrs. Elden W. .less any prior ho pital1zabon ..'.the fight compact) afl-elsctofe

Kingsley Mathews Jr. of Starke, a'sori,!. ; within the year. '"
Several friends and relatives en Elden Wayne m, August 15, The; agencies explained that all Burroughs Tea Key wftb new BalanceTaxsY
joyed swimming and a hamburgerfry Doctor's Hospital .
announces prior 'hospitalization would have
tfritInz colors-
topped off with '
birthday cake the following births
: 1 to be considered. If the client
and ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Renfroe of had been hospitalized in April .
III Mrs. Anderson was assisted byj j Gainesville a son, 'Claude Ron 'for'lS
? ; 1960 days he would not be SEE THEM TODAY !
Mrs. Bob Turner.Presbyterian. nie, August 10., 1 eligible for any further care until 1 m :, WBe Mr. and ,Mrs, J. D. Chesser of April 1961. However If he had !

Men High Springs, a daughter Nancy. been hospitalized in April for four .

To Honor WivesAt Marie August 15. daysytie eight ays.would now be eligible for ONLY $199 PLUS TAX

Fish Supper liThe Bellboy"To It is only when he has had no .,
1 prior hospitalization during the 6
AS A'sg9s Saturday.. Aug. 20, the men of preceeding 12 months that he is :
the First Presbyterian Church will Play At eligible to be certified for 12 dayifter 3 .:,.,,/ :.', The Telegraph Takes Pride ,' : ,
honor their wives at a fish fry August 1960. ,
: at Camp Montgomery on Emerald The Fla. Theatre 7 in
Lake. Setzer's Manager announcingthat

Swimming will be enjoyed during Jerry Lewis in .""The .Bell; }aoYl; Injured In Wreck "- .
: SHE nus fAX' the afternoon. playing at the Florida TJ eatJ we are now franchised dealers for the

6.10x15 ; Sunday Monday, and' Tuesda J. >Clyde LaMe, manager of Set- famous
RECAn.uLf me Swim Party Given August 21, 22, ::13, has linked together zer's Super Market in Starke, was Burroughs, line of Adding Machines -

For a plotless series of.zany hospitalized for 24 hours in Jacksonville
(ALSO AYAIlAitEIK I Kim LuebkeOn satirical sequences, tailored to his after another car struck manual or electricfull keyboard or ten-key.

IK WHITE SIDEWALL) Fifth BirthdayMiss unique personality, and has com Ids car while Mr. LaMee was

up with an unusual presentation halted at a stop street The driver It's' the''l iatt!
Kim Luebke celebrated her cf pure escapist entertainment; of ths other car came out of a

PENNSYLVANIA fifth birthday anniversasy with a The entire idea, which he parking area In Southside and a
swimming party given for her by wrote, directed produced and headed directly into' the side of "

her aunt, Mrs, Mack S. Futch, at stars in, is'built on incidents in the LaMee car. Mr. LaMee shouted ONLY $113
IicEYSTONETHES i the C. A. Futch place on Kings- the workday life and duties' of a to him but his attention was

ley Lake Tuesday. 'bellboy. arousing sympahty for apparently: diverted elsewhere. ,- plus tax .
't t, | Ten guests enjoyed refreshments himself as 'the '"monkey-mental* Mrs. LaMee and two of their ." '4.: '

fr NON-SKID SAFETY TREAD :tJ I I served from a table overlaid fall guy among a corps of con .children, who were also in that : -' .
with matching birthday nap- federates similarly employed car were; not hurt Mr. LaMee is ... .
fr LOW PRESSURE CUSHION DESIGN I kins and table cloth. Balloons and the plush Fontainebleau Hotel in recuperating at his home here

... I toy missiles were given as favors. MiftpM Beach. and i is apparently without'serious i"

r *' FULL FIEXOMAT1C ACT1QM : Lewis'proves himself the outstanding injury, outside of being badly All Burroughs Adding
pantomimist of our shaken up. and'considera -sore- .
Methodist '
amauuTIRFS BreakfastA time going through the entire ness-

film without uttering a word,,un-
USE OUR EASY PAY breakfast, will be held I In til challenged at the end 011' his Social SecurityA Machines Unconditionally

j PLAN Fellowship Hall of the First!ability to speak.. representative of the Gainesville o The e N')
Methodist Church at 9 a.m. Sunday Some of the film's highlights Social Security Office will Guaranteed For One Full
Aug. 21, for all : THRIFTLINE
young people Include ,few acts appearing in se-at the courthouse in Starke at ,
Terms who have graduated from high Miami Beach night'clubs a"scenein 9:30' oh BURROUGHS HJUffl-OPERATED .
as low as $ .25 week ; a. m. Thursday Aug. 25, "
| school -
per with college, business or Which'Jerry Jeads a phantom for the purpose of conductingsocial / ADDiHG tUCKNESKntzatfeip Year!,
service connections. A cordial invitation orchestra one in which he mates .
: ; security business. _
,is extended to all In these Gary Middlecaff-mist a putt,during ':' Person, wishing to apply for InDl t rallt 9 *

t.J groups to attend. a golf tournament, and-&:.:sequence f.Ocla1'aecurity 'retirement or survivors ,COK IN WO'SEE US-YOnAnI !

STARE RECAP CO. tin which he kids himself benefits, secure social se->

THE RIGHT POINT for the las Jerry Lewis the movie star curtly account numbers 'or get '
way yon write. Come In and select arriving with a large entourage any ,other social security information I ; Free Service For First Twelve Months

135 TEMPLE. AVE. ST.IRAE.FLA. your favorite ESTERBSOOK of studio sycophants at the popular .are invited to see the
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t. ? Fountain Pea- TELEGRAPH Florida Hotel. ":!!!, presentative visit at the time of his I TERMS TO RATED FIRMS




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'Guard Alert I ITo Boy Bicycle
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ill1,! ClothingIf

editorial. 0 Farmer's",.,. r'-'"\ \\1 DiaryBy 'It" !, ; Be, ,Called I ti' Hit By Auto 1 I 1.1 i I! ALVAREZ' STORE Established lllen's 1894 \t\\\11\\\11I \\\

Sad"M Mfj. i : A 14-year-old Starke boy was 1 _
f-, : This Year / t tt slightly injured 'and: his bicycle

:Special Session Not Heeded tural affairs totne..S county.-* I! ; : I totally demolished when he was! I -
hit from behind on Orange
The attempt by a number of disgruntled solons to calla You lust: have to visit the new :. Major] General, Maik W. Lance, Ztreet, Police Chief Riley Sweat I NOW .OPEN .;

special session of the'Florida Legislature for the purpose \ SCS and Foam Forester head- the Adjutant General of Florida :epOl ten. ,

jof providing an uncommitted, independent slate of presidential i- ifaartet's, located now 'next. to has announced that a Florida state-wide Na- 1 Lollio Olive 517 Hastings i I UPHOLSTERY, SHOP I
alert for all D &
most charitably"W i II Lawsou's meat. market.SAnd be. 'practice: Street received a skinned knee!!
the November ballot can
electors both Amy
tjcnal Guard' troops
I : sure ana'tpsb Bill; Haas-ortDn hen liir while riding his bicycle. ': t: '
discounted' as one'of the biiarre effects of the. August Champion just what the*J.brick,\ snd Air. will be called before the Olive was hit by Mrs. Loca John- 'i

lieaf wave. I enclosure In their office is. .- I fnd of the "year. General Lance I son Whitten, 65-year-old school- !: 418 East Call St.. i
Daniel of Lake I .. calling a state-wide I
proposed by Representative Welborn I S5 [[ 4 "In ''eacher from Lake Butler as she'was
County the scheme would place on the ballot a slate of un!i_ Veteran strawberry planter O. : In :studying about the Indian:[practice .alert, the effectivenessof !' making a left turn onto Or- /. '

:committed presidential electors named by the president of C. Cason became one of the first (days of this section we'v often out plans for immediate mo- ange Street. The woman's car CUSTOM MADE DRAPES SLIP COVERSAUTO i .-
with special committee of I IISenate whenhe i wondered why so many arrow!|bJization to aid our Sta-.e or Na- was movng: only 10 MPH, the '
the.State Senate in consultation. to jump the gun this year j SEAT COVERS and SUPPLIES l
; 'n! time of emergent or
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points [cr arrow heads! are found \ chief
and House members. This would be in addition to 1 sei; a good-sized patch of ber- I na-\\ said. .
be : .
iorjal will
: week. One thing is sure, I in old Indian 'fields [such as., theme disaster The accident happened Mon- | Phone WO 1.6221 .. _.
:the regular slates pledged to Senator Kennedy, the Demo- ies last Drew Duke's farm near i!!n.th,,*>trying? times that 'exist to- .. '-;> >''''-'_-.... .
Nixon the Republican I Ossie baa one of the signs hi his t on .lay: August 15, at 9:30: a. m. Mrs.,j; .s .
Vice .
\seritic nominee, and President, favor, for there was "water in !Worthington After all. why \.day, we, must be assured of the,Johnson .. .. ;t...
of readiness of the National Guard. was fined $27JO for1:
I vould the Indians do a t
ditches" when he set.
choice.It is gratifying to learn that both members of Bradford the !hooting in a planted field? This i, Tha practice alert Till come failure to have her vehicle under e.
:Count ;'s, legislative ,delegation l -Senator Charley E. Joh'nsfind week we found the answer :in !without warning General Lance control and causing an accident I!, ,
will be interesting
Representative Doyle Conner-are agreed that nothing The coming season !Bartram's: book. He told 'that, on '{went on to say and should it be the chief said. i
to watch, for with
would be gaifled by calling a special session at reaching; one Indian village. he_-- 1.called during normal day-time I I
worthwhIle} i .rowing use of plastic mulch and'some : the cooperation of' I
work hours -
I saw field of corn and a group
a :
..this time.. While both of them find certain planks in the setting out all the way up '
'' of Indian: boys with bows and employers: in permitting guards- I' Back i 1
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Democratic! Party platform not in accord with their personal I to November we will have a'rows, who were "minding the men TO report to their units will ToSchool 1\ DO YOU f
there are just as many objectJOria.ble'Jeatures number of factors to compare. : \
philosophies, they know that 'I ;Uids." And 60' that's apparently (raateraLy assist ,in the evalua '
in the Republican platform, and they are Even those mho plan to use how come we find so many arrow I ,

practical enough to know that third party movements in piastic mulch dicer in their ideasof points in the fields in this tion.The call alerting the Florida I SHOE REPAIRING I .

*the U.S.. are mere gestures, "full of sound and fury and when to set out the plants, area.. j I National Guard 'will originate in!!
signifying nothing." with some. planning on. SeptemI I 'the Headquarters of the State! ,
ber, and others 'much later. i oR'I
{the suggestion for set of un- 1 j I Military Department inS t. Augus I
As a matter of and : ':Highway Patrol Lists tine. Responsible officers in the ONE DAY SERVICE
1959 Legislature
electors was considered by the '
pledged .
This was a banner season for our Four Most Common I I headquarters emphasize that the
divide the Democrats
j-ejected.. The only real effect would be to Court Shoe Repair:
tobacco growers. Mrs. J. C. Sapp relate, and time for the alert are
victory for the Republicans.If Causes Of Accidents :
and insure a November: : ieports that 'some of the early rot known, and that they are 126 North Court St.
by unlikely chance the unpledged electors should win, lecords show that a number ef'': Mire only that it will be sometime (Opp. Court House) I
t; The Florida;! Highway Patrol;
Jhe influence of Florida's congressional delegation and party our leai growers hit a ton to the ,. :'betWeen now find the end of this 'st I

leaders would be seriously ak;qed" .and the prestige of acre, ana that is a mighty good i iI 'has listed four"of'of accidents the most and common said- 'year. They, further'.stated that i rke. Florida !
would suffer for to come. Showing. And all growers we talk'ad -':: causes I Knows
Florida Democrats years : ,that "nther or all might easily be this alert:would test the effectiveness -) r
session i to especially pleased ,with I
to special were
In announcing his opposition
; averted by sensible driving. of communications, both '
Crews of neighboring Baker County said, "I the high prices they'receiv' d. I speeding,
Rep. John Following too closely civilian and military and includ- \
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-(would like to remind the legislators: favoring this plan thatit :'failure to yield rtght-of-w and .
I radio nets, in assemblying ,
: was.a.Republican Attorney ,General, who sent troops into Attention, all hog raisers: we improper turning were listed as ing { .-, '--."",.", .,' -
ordered heard! of a very unusual case this troops., Nfither. Civilian Defense :
Rock,'and a Republican Attorney General who the chief teasdns;; ifor vaccideritswhich t
f '
jLittle the indictment of guards at the State Prison at Raiford, I' week: where a sow brought seven result in trillions ,of :d9biars .,personnel;.- nor other Reserve Forces -
arid then couple of weeks I
pigs a worth.of damage not to men will be affected by the test. :!,
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the State of Florida. :: ii 7,1
which was a slap at LATER, just when the owner _. .
tion. the loss'of life and limb. : =:*'"T'7. : ::':'''
He :might also I have added that it was a Republican ; t thought he'd be lucky to break .Although".the'! patrol' is 'constantly '; '' .:f' !4 ':' ,.i' .. j

administration that ordered an investigation of Negro even with the litter, the sow t the alert to stop such I -
toting registration in Union County when there has never'brought ah additional g even pigs. Violations, Comdr. H. N Kirkman George L. Patten. I j .'SfTe \\.fHQlV MUCH she paid and
Ross 'and L. E. Ratliff of Graham -
been a complaint filed, with either State..or Federal officials, 'S. vaid they were the most frequently -" were arrested June 14 after for WHAT.rshe

thai-Ring a violation of civil rights in this connection.Rep. Hear that they are going to : disobeyed laws and regulations'. Deputy Sheriff 'George Shuford ,!!-q' ,_' '--.:.. .. .
Crews said the proponents of the independentelector make County Agent George Hug- cf our siate. 'of Lawtey observed them throw a -.-.. knows WHOMshepaldandtiVHEN.She : .

slate are hopeful that by holding back their electoral I gins "sing1 for his supper" at the State troopers are on the look- five gallon jug containing three e- ... .' ,... ..
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votes; they might throw the election of a president into the neetmg; out for such violators and the gallons of shine from their car. --.--- '
of County Agents in Miami knows WHEREvshe stands hnan-
JJoiise, of Representatives.; t : "The chances of doing ,this are in October., George has been patrol says they will be dealt Charges against Ratliff were dismissed t

about the same as trying to launch an Atlas missile with chosen to lead the singing at the,! with in order to hold the line on after he testified'that he 'ciallvtoday". every: davlVW ,

fuel} supplied by Baker County lightwood knots," he declared. convention, so if you hear a loud', ieath and injury.Moonshiner. knew nothing, of the shine until 'Ar -e.,-* '
Ross threw it from the 'car after 1 -
The Baker solon pointed out further that the Dixiecratrevolt noise at that time it's not a ,being observed by Shuford. -nIC USE IV sne 1 payfalTher[ bills by f
in national but George i .
in 1948 damaged the South's prestige hurricane making up Gets **"-*
Ross and Ratliff had been rid-
that Democratic president stretching his vocal chords. CHECKOpen a checking account in this'bank
elections because\ it proved a '
ing to: work together since both '
2 Year Probation don't
"Why you get! a
fcould be" elected without the full support of the South. were employed on the construction loan from [ NOW .and know ALL the answers,
these to special session is the While Alice was checking 'to -
Added to' all objections a J. B. Ross, 31-year-old Negro of Highway 301. 1 v.
unnecessary burden of expense;it would entail and the fact see ,if)ier,', tuberoses were bloom- from Alachua charged with possession The case was tried in circuit LOCAL FINANCE CO. 'ALL.... the timer. ;; :
ing, she found a most unusual ... '- '
in Tallahassee court since possession of more .''L ,.
Jhat once the sblojns 'were" gathered any 'her 'g rden. It is apinkgray : of moonshine, was put on -'. _.
not to the elector i issue! "glad"- probation: for two last Friday than one gallon of moonshine It doesn't take a cook to get him- fodaTand let tell how;:
number of other bills, pertaining and she has no Idea I i i ,years .... i Stop in us J ou _easy>
:could and would'be Introduce! The law"'places no restriction how it ever 'got there.Here's ,i ,. August 12, by Circuit Judge constitutes a felony ,. .11 In -a'fitf'W'hf'R emergencies' ((andomplejtjs/ ,?, >Q> ,.. .,
"yil.... bills that Map V.introduced in. sneeial r'n"sessions of the I -. r Jj '.., .'.. I I arise. \\& cap 'r.-side .Fn.io_..MTf< I I t "> .. I ,'. "::4r",; ? .. '.'" z' .
qUi'klanti at lou roxt, to enable I 1
"Legislature.. I good news for all victims '' )'''u to meet obligation-,.
your -
This would be particularly unfortunate! coming at thetail of led bifgs. There's a product I I

end of one administration, when a new Governor will, on the market now called*.

lake over the reins in January. Governor-elect Farris Bryant RoLfetnat takes the sting outo _. .- \
is touring the state now.to determine the needs of the various I fthe bites and is a lot simpler : Community State Bank :of f Starke ___
some we've heard b
counties and municipalities and he ,should 'be given an han cures ,.
such as burning them out with a MILK.SSe
opportunity to present! his program before the convening lighted'cigarette.. ,. Member\ Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation

bf another session of the Legislature. A flurry of legislationpt 1,i 5 \ r t 11 ', t o Jl
this time might seriously hinder the new Governor in : Phone WO 49881"Thank
I If any of you farmers elsewhere
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mapping his own program during the next four years ,31 the county are needing sorre ka .

We are glad that our own Bradford County l legislators. i moisture, we have some we can f : gal You For Banking With Our Bak"
Jake a dim view of this foolish-and xpensive-special spare around the Lawtey section.Of ; a. ,

session movement, and hope there are Enough other levelheaded course, we'd only let you have : .-. .

and reasonable Florida solons to nullify the efforts .t on the condition that you return ,

of Representative Daniel and his followers. it when we hit a dry spell. :,
'S. i Eggs Bread

Another Rogers' Boo-Bob All farmers are urged to take I, ', VLDetty -,, STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYCAS I
partn'the ASC election
Ice Cream
The latest grandstand play of the' U. S. Attorney General will be held soon. Ballots will be'' II

FBI to check Union County registra-; mailed within a few, days and you D Cheese "
sending agents ,
_ should be sure to take your partin Grab! is noted
jjtion and voting ros-seems as ill-founded: as the recent this election, because this com- For lovtly legs & CARRY

Indictment of Florida Prison guards. for the violation of 'l1lti e has charge of all asricul- : w,'"equally famou* Orange Juice

'fcivil, rights of felons who--Vp according.. to law 'are. deprived- For Grade A eggs.' I
of their civil rights their impri'ionment.
upon t "I
In his latest l boo-boo, Mr. Rogers has once more jumped NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AND SAVE ON YOUR

Ihe gun and rusfjed into print'with the ridiculous statement i i I GET READY a ''t /

hat there 2,452 of voting in Unioncounty.i t .
are Negroes age i I
If Mr.. Rogers 1oes.llatknvw, and has 'not taken"the trouble I **FOR M* : PiCNIC AND' BOATING NEEDS!

lo find out that perhaps 2.000 of these are inmates of
Florida's. prison (whose population is credited to Union !

County in census figures) then he is' guilty of gross carelessness BACHSCHOOL I..

and negligence that should shake the nation's con Q/

fidence" in his high office. 20 : oOH DISCOUNT
Union County officials tell us-and we Have no reason TOcasSoralttled /

}o doubt their \yord-that there are )less' than 300 Negroes' I i

j>f voting age within their'Boundaries, excluding the prison

g population If Mr., of Rogers course.has bungled as badly bri this as he did ';Proved"* i* ontth t a' t mpi l/ .. J THE' FOLLOWING' ITEMS UNTIL SOLD

on the prison?; guard trials, he. should "apologize Union ?? ,

County and turn his attention to' certain areas much closer i stu1l safety..and new I MASKS COOLER *
to his Washington office wherahis services are more needed. : 2pLsw1llfi\ ,your '- SKIS CHESTS LIFE

. Registration Set I Tennis Tourney )' > lower{ priced PRESERVERS :SPEAR GUNS FINS SKORK--

At Palk'Coll'ge Gets Underway II I : \ LES AND MANY OTHER ITEMS FOR YOUR PLEASURE! Lj -_

I The Tennis Tournament spon-i l I i Tubelesi; A .
The st. Johns River Junior Col- FU@@r.'
bored by the Recreation Department : 'BEST r i AlJ.Weather Val 11it:
| in Palatka has announced the Outstanding
r ge : got under way Tuesday I : / I Hunting Season Is Just Around The CornerAndCQMPtETSUUS
following rules concerning registration ,night, with two matches being '
of students. I played.- I I SCftft'iQEK1.! : $ 95.14

In the first match of the night I t
August 23 is the date set for I ? -
lull time students to New 'Harold Davis beat Ray Goldwire I TJOiL.MI !; R'I.
register. 5-0 in the first set and went onto : I Buck wall 'H '
students !.
21ind ll
register August >
may I .tGooD HU NTI NO
23 by appointment only. Final win tie second 8-6 after Goldy w Nylon:Tube-Type "$12'95', f: / ( ,

registration for returning students '*ire tied it up at 6-11 1 fa7a6ieok'3 'All Good ..,,rltts an SIZE .70X13' BlackwaU: f : j;;:; OFSW/PM&m _

!; scheduled for Friday: August In the second set of\the f evening \ I 'IIfIIP.pIO.ed .4.u9eed .. f. .>.. <',* ..." ).'.
Marion Harrington won"two : ; eed m.ufu- All SIZES VAlUE PRICED ;ky.. > ,. .. .," .._ .ft'. ." ,
2 and for new students Monday .rural to asak. raeprpi.qprediceI. ,. w.rd "'>, ;

August 29 !Johns straight 6-1 sets, 6-1.from Carl Lamar I: ws195aa'Tx "I ,'Silt 8iArrrtut tus 1t.te.1e'Turnpikeproved ; "HmwW ,: .-' .,," <,, .. ....L. //.t; '.., ,..__.... ...,.,-,, .N'1' //.>? .

Classes will begin Tuesday, at .10>t15 51295 $15.50

lugust 30 at 8:30'a.m. Any full!1 I Thursday Play will when resume Dick ,Beise' tonight and': TYFLubRm Goodyearrs Skn-Angelo, 710115: IU5 13,95 Lay-A-Way Your Gun, Shells and Hunting Equipment Pay'by

time student desiring to register Bob Williams will tangle! and i iL I !f( Texas, test track. Save 1.6011S 16.95 20.9SI

after these dates will be required L'clarion Harrington and George ,__ .t .. ... I with safety! Trade'today 6.00116 '12.95 ..-..: Week or Month

Co pay the late registration fee' 1 fierce will play. c=c"tf.O.Ii1' : for Goodyear Tires: ., *,***********rang a. f|

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,toJil- \ ta apL Buy Now-Your GOOD old tires vQu IEAR make the dout'. _" New Stock_ of f Lawn Bowers Also Going At 20% .OFF


8 EST 1171WEEKLT, ., Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
I'1.08ID'\8 OLDE.IC\ : EW" :Service :Station Starke Builders Supplies
TAPER rrBLiHED ('onl OnLY $..
cn)1k: ,; MAlI1'11SITaE1t.: :
h\Uab. 1Ca. 7h. ... Itaterrj as ...... t1aai Ir..... I SEEBER D. GOODMAN
St ta Puss Otlky at-...,k.,,Pta. ..... .f' al...... ; lien' At SAL Depot Phone WO 4-4201
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; '. To 'Save Valuable Tune And MoneyTake I For Opening OfS School Specials I' : !.t:-v.,to.:'.. .>, ..

-c the old-time drudgery out I! The WASHETERIA stands always -' Picture in a minute atlY hcme mcviei as a means of entertainment ., ..
of'wash day! ready to help .mothers of vhere any time and without:: and instruction during -! > -

That is the advice given to I busy househok'\. 'The. service 1$1( ;lash bulbs' !I Sounds impossible,I the ischool term. It's so Simple i
[ busy nou'sewives' by Mrs. Hender!Vel'Y' ecopomicallj; priced: ; and the ,: ioesnt it? But BUILIN. 1TpN'S with; t>;e amazing Electric Ee
: STUDIO &' GIFT SHOP can:Movie Camera that sets the light JI'
:son. manager of the popular !small cost of having your wash-
.' Washeteria at 325 N. Temple Ave. in? ,done 'at the. Washeteria might I how you how it's done with the I'automatIcally and sells for only

: 'I -Justr place your laundry in one save you many; dollars' in the long! l lew Polaroid cameras and the l$99.95.
of our automatic machines and run, :by keeping the mothers of Finest: Watch Repair, Quality J Jewelry- mazing 'new, film that has a I If ;you want to make that boy !
; from peed of 3,000 Now you can take or'' girl student especially happy,:
in a ft* minutes receive them I II large, families overwork,I:
J spotlessly; clean and ready to ,and perhaps ,a trip. to: the hospital icturos 'Inside, day or night give ,them a nifty little transistor I
Jt I iron1. This convenient service later on. Offered The PubMy Gem Jewelry vithoui using those expensive radio that they. can. carry wjjhi

t I tots, just a few cents per machine. With the opening of school) :nd troublesome bulbs. Seeing 13 thjsni .on picnics and other out::

__ : ." ,and is'one of the' biggest this. year, the_ family demand, for j Believing, so"come in and let us ings.: Prices stajt: as low as $2455
i bargains'in: Service_ that you ,can- ,,clean clothes will be greater than, .School time is watch:, time, and : are always glad to make how you how today. :srid no gift could'be mor appl''clHed. ('-,
: find.* 1 I ever. But why worry? Just bring with the opening of the new termat :::>terms to suit the convenience of Bullir-gton's can add to yournioyaanit '
hand, now's the time to have our customers. PUT popular those occasions dur-II I
No: mother can do justice to ,your family wash to the Washes of life in so many For special I
her eJ!: or family ifr she attempts leria. Youmay-either isit and wait GEM JEWELRY put your present priced watches are the choice of )ther. ways for instance, the ring the school term Bullington,

i J'1iI ;o do the household laundry! _in while we 'do your clothes, or you ;witch in tip-top; running condition -I students. both boys and girls- lew Telectro Tape Recorders that 'I,offers Hallmarif Greeting Cards, i '
I addition to, her: mapy other:.may go on and attend to other or sell you a fine new who; vrant good looks and dependability : 'an t>e purchased for as little as. and rico a ful\ line ot'th se :
t I household duties. Another who. Chopping! chores and.'return, later, : watch at prices that start- as low,: at a moderate' ; price." 99.95. Music is a very important'elf,ver comical cards that are so \'\ jV > N'
tJ *s tired out after a day" of laun- ,I for yjuV clean, fresh clothesa as, $19.95. 'I' JJaoasome.i; pen and pencil sets :art of family: life,, and you never,popuiai with the young folks.
J I Jerins 'is'no no condition to'pre-I better' Job than 'you could do oh, .Mr. and Mrs. Woodburn. owners are another "must" for the opening icard such beautiful music' as isTosible J Con!:' hi and browse around.
tI J14ij4* I oie7atbrt of lius friendly of school 'and' may be found with of these fine iri- I
children the them at home f.1td' one
pare her school a;e I i :Bullington's,, to your heart's content .
jewelry store on' Call Street inS 'at Gem Jewelry in a wide select '
today the.WASHETERIA .truments. You get the full bene"it -
I : hot evening meal that_ they require -: ea\$ .. There are gift suggestions f
during the school term. ;w4yiFallow ____ \arke, remind parents that a n, Still ting with pens at only of the. .orchestration 'and full I I i
m I reliable: watch is the student's f f$5.00.! ,ang of sound !i r: lore on our shelves and visitors .
most' valued friend and constant!i Make.GEM. JEWELRY your Bullingtbn also recommends I r 1i' always welcome. 1 "
Election Campaigns On TV I companion'during the busy school; headquarters not only for the

term Punctuality is one of the ;cpening of school but also for

'Shepherd's! Advises: School: J Students most'/oung! watch:important person-is' can the traits have best, way that and to a arood t fstone i lovely gifts'rings during for and the those identification year.special Birth-occasions The Finest, Cioihiflg! At Low Prices !

teach i1.Watch. i jljracelets'are always popular gifts I

With the exciting campaign and Shepherd's: reminds,: its customer?, repair service at GEM ton that 'all-important' birthday, Is Btyile-sfeahlished| : ;d. Policy' !
elections coming _up this fall, students Shepherd's is'especially proud i I JEWELRY: i:known far and wide!jsnd Cfem Jewe1r -h s hundreds of i '
I will have the opportunity )II of'ifcj tfadio-dispatched TV service -i I for its highstaI 1uds: and'aatis-j"j item4$ suitable for Christmas giving ii i :

I to get liberal education in govern- that brings an expert service I Action is guaranteed by the use| For the wedding or 'engage- I? it important that you. g$ '\tractiOn, BARKSDALE'S is featuring -
cient.by: matching developments .aan to. lOur.d.o. r .without .anncy-'; o the most modem equipment i ;nen there is a diamond to suit :.ull value: from every last penny this weekend good sturdy!I

. I on television, says Inman Green,I ing d, laY&: They also service' all .I for testing and. getting you I every need and every! pocketbook. : tf your clothing budget?.' Where dungarees: for boys and girls as''' -
) owner and manager of Shepherd's,makes of radios,'stereOs. and hi-fi.,,I watch in perfect condition. !I Get the habit of looking at GEM -Jse. wen should you shop but-at ,l lBARKSD low as $1.79 and goOd-looking,j -
I Radio & TV leaders in service and The 'service. department at Shep-:; "You will be surprised how easy LE'S, Starke's finest i i lcpg-w aring shirts to go with :;
Denmark Suggests sales in the Starve. area. VeJd's.is trained and qualified .to pt[: is to own one of our fine JEWELRY first. You'll find it I Nothing store for the entire: them foi only $1.99. Truly there*I Plan Now For
Television is especially' import install and: service your set inthe i:watches." says Mr. .Woodbum, ways. -_ TamOy. i I is nothing more' serviceable and
ant in the lives of students now, manner that gives you the Prom past experience you know;,easy on the pocketbook than this

? ( Nook rince educational channels have most satisfaction at all times. I Air Conditioned:.Garden Restaurant \that: BARKSDALE'S scio i. Clpthas i combination for school wear. Buy! College Advises
Juiet gone on the air' in Jacksonvilleand ,In, these j last few days before t ire' carefijily chosen, for wear-: ;several' pairs at this price end forjet ':

Gainesville offering a' varietyof the new school terms'begins', a ability. economy, and,, good, Iooks1!' your school clothes worries; "forUie
programs that are stimulatingto visit to Shepherd's new, enlarged and \ve especially? cater to the 1 i I entire term.BARKSDALE'S. I H. C. Wall%
For< Student Use the minds of boys and girls. and expanded headquarters on\\AnllGuidon; Grill Serve The Family youn? folks, to"whom appearance, ,r shoe depart- I!' AgencyNo

SHEPHERD'S is headquarters ,I East Call St. would certainly be Is all important.' .I lent is also a joy to parents and I j
for the incomparable RCA television m order. In addition to the best ,In )preparation: ,lor .the opening their children. See our sturdy ,! matter how childs
proprietorcf :and enjcy their fine food at young your
CO., Kopelousos
like DENMARK ether' Starke FURNITURE merchants. is sets, .both black and white I:la. television .and .radio. you_ will i George the RESTAURANT moderatJ'prices.. of school, visiVBARKSp!! \LE's. this school shoes selling for as low 95 i iI it is never too soon to start
and the fabulous color sets that 'also find a full line of home appliances weekend and".see, how rnnamois > I$3-98. They'll outlast several pairs i ipi ahead for his
newschool term 301 and the GUIDON George believes that he offers I planning college
ready tor the I onU.S., .
I bring programs in living color featuring the famous .nationallY advertised I t cheaper shoes and you will
[ : 'Hiucation, advises Harry H. Rabbi
to be
arid interested Jn I GRU-L Call St., is truly proud the 'most reasonable food '
Is: especially; on ,
living Just Whirlpool line and'others that brand pur.shelves: in'the
right jnlo your room. names a'rp on )! |save money long run. i the Wall
the : i manager of H. C.
helping' you fix up a .private .o see such events as the annual I ere 'nationally known. and'adver: of his friends and< customers, and found anywhere considering and counter.famjjiaf names.euch Come in this weekend and let |I,
study nook for that school age, he has ;ood reason to be, for high quality of the ingredientsused Agency in Starke. Right
Parade' Mi sP rtswei r
I Rose Bowl in all its tised. as cGregors ys; help you outfit every schoolboy i I at the start of school
now, a new
with him .the portions
boorgirL. !gorgeous color Is- worth the little Call WO 4-6901 for your needsin hundre: ts o/ them eat ana generous Oo'rh'DodS' 1 Juniors.. Re'd.Qop'se and girl in your amily.. You'll
is tune to
I attain the best 1 folks and tpurists served. Both of his _restaurants i I term a good give
No child can extra costs to own a color set sales or service today! every day-home. shoes, Pruil'of: the tbpm .under-[be satisfied,- and we will also get;; this .
serious to matter.You
l :
I liipenviable thought
have built reputationsfor
marks in school without a certain ; lIkc. .vear and'hose i and 'niany'pi iy, satisfaction in knowing that we ;:
of.home and he. is GARDEN, wherea good food, hospite.lity. cleanliness : :sill be surprised at how little
amount work The popular lnown"'foii::their 'q alI i. have solve'
CCUl'teous'waitresses. others rh.lped you your backtoschool i it, costs to insure the future of
much more likely to stay homehnyh1msefftohIsbookslf pecan: tree grows right throughthe andnio4cte 'As back-lo-scHool "at-
Western Auto Bikes For & Girls -tpecial: clothing problems. ,
Boys I child, with systematic plan
] roof, is a popular meeting ,1 ..prices.Th2 r -* r I i your. -
i :Garden is always on : lUng
his1 home provides pleasant sur- place, and Its beautiful Pecan open
'I roimdings{ 'and modem facilities Room is used by clubs, individuals -t Sundays,"and many families, take ,: Sometimes we hear of boys. ndirls
lot'..stu #:: I Will MakeTheNew: SchooI'ferni Easier and organizations for ban- adv nt 2e' of this service'so ''that Healthful Foods! At Edwards Grocery I ? who do not get to complete

_j i/It. I Is'uiways: -pleasure: .to look .- ...- .- --- .- .. nuet& and. other meetings where!mother can attend church with their. ,high school. education-f-afe::
: : the/family and not i! forced to quit and go to work because -
"spacious floor Display the, rest of' :
$royncj the go a looo is served in pieasantsurroundings. :
gfc DJENMARK'S: .andsee! ,, the f 'Want to makf tiieae.w school I| Or if you prefer to give the I::I II I haves th-itay ,at home 'and fret Provide For ;: of. the death of a parent.
I dl.1Y..a t( actIe': i items that cant term eaSm.or' .fun for bicycle as'j. Christmas gift: youciay'VuCit Th GUIDON is located in the i over a'' hot'' stove. 1 I Energy SchoolChildren These: boys JI..ndgirls are placed: :
I 'rus i 'to make the student's everyone,_ ?oncrped The 'secret I aside""ripw! on'jbur"con: : heart of the business district,;| 4 for the business.manwhere' j under a handicap that they can
[lies in ndsoipe; [moderate < venient lay-away rtan. j!i ? than never oVf'reome._ ______ and this_ could
attractive gating kh I it landmark forniany could he get a better: lunch n
ipbra: or nook" more I'I where. has. been ,a Looking for the best of meats cienty ol good fresh meat to -.n
gtvjedj Western,Auto bicycle :9f,course, bicycles are jut one'of'the *L- j-t of meats, twoVegetables keepUp hot happen if the family! had fin
"Z&id' uselu}. The: : staff! at, Denmarkii 'j Both of these fine i jJ> choice :and Ion the thlir
,i years. '" Qther .suggests that every student for ev ery. school-age child in the many; useful items that salad. "l.d hot breads all for. ? [ adequate; insurance program 'to
have. his,own private family. I may ..be found: at your friendly j I I restaurants are within easy walk only 85 cents? r most econqjcai"prices? .Then! that Edwards Grocery can be I cam on for them in case off
desk :vhere> 9u14.\ he can keep papers Starting; August 29 the school Western' Auto Associate_ Store., i I ing'distance of pie school>l. sothat Meet--:your friends at.the Garden ,I look no further than EDWARDS especially helpful, for they take f death ,6T-the 'br dwinn r. -

and books, without fear of, having, term "ra ,"face will be: in all ov,r Household appliances of 'an kinds,J studWts .and! instructors_ alike 1 or the! 'qUidO Enjoy the food I luRpCERY It is there on U..S301, find Southfor both- ond great pride in; the high of qualify theirmeats. 'I 1 H. C. Wall Agency also stresses
again 'and it is. "ta k for '.h ,m toys, fish I: you : : mode/ate prices the, importance of hom .
I .them utturbed. : .np easy many dwal'f..i. (may make use of their facilities and the good company. ', every *
'Eyedtr jn ,can lighting usually} be ,.study avoid? I IinSr f i mothers last to take to the rush"through children to.school break-, mg thermos tacKle"bottles paints., etc.. lunch are' just boxes! a, I!I qualify You i wilt an4 find ecDnomyl it is a distinct!I!visit our"You meat will department have to to appreciate -: fire owner insurance taking an once inventory a year 'to of see his

ed3Xjr0pet, ) ,but is likely? I I then have to return fot them in few. of the many useful, items on : Farmers: Supply Always Ready I pleasure: to shop at Edwards the. full values that are ,' if it -is adequate to meet replacement ,-
1MdQvte amps I I I'the 'not \ t Gr#ery because it is outside the cffeied every day in the 'week. nee'ds in of higher
damage, the eyesight,for life. A afternoon. Why rid yourself our shelves.Mr. I these days -
solve"this of this time-kiUin; chore ,byS and Mrs. Jaudon are'deep- I; congested business dtrict., and I: Growing boys and girls need' costs. Many property owners;
good re "and g"lamp"v.i11 parent should !,S getting each school age .youngster i; appreciative' of the wonderful j To' Supply The-Needs'Of Studentsgetting. pp.rking is never a pl'oblem-1lO !I i and deserve" the best ,foods in !have not reviewed their fire insurance -
I problem no ,
tiie rtsk of, letting a 'child ;; !Jn the famjly a handsome.; $ ,nw patronage that has been accorded paikiEg' meters and always plenty I:I order that they might keep, fit needs in several years
) run strain his' under a dim lightIt '; bicycle at the WESTERN AUTO them by the people of Starke j of spape for all c rs., Being outside I In ml1j1.d.8nd. body makiife the ;i and 1 IT they were to lose their
is ,aiso eyes Desirable to' have 'a :; ASSOCIATE STORE,? Just. drop and surrounding! trade. area since The management-: -of FARMERSSUPPiv Prices are just as cheap 'ijif the] high :tent district also: proper: progress in the classroom i i liome 'by fire now, it would mean
student, desk to1 the bedroom .01 I jby thiS "weekend 'and let Mr. and they opened their store" here; in : -on E: Brpwnlee Street is here ,as they are anywhere. else,I I helps vo keep down overhead, and I and un the athletic field. I financial disaster because .it costs
:Jrs: Jaudon show how 1948. iied' the that how town jnercnant Edwards Grocery, pa3:5: 5"Uiis sav-: Jack and -Gladys Edwards bid,i times much to
nook. the student will] 'YOU easy They feel that this fine pl to see progress and: .you- two or three as
have study a-'place so"!tQ! \ ep: bis.:boOks t"s fW-.your child -to nJoy the patronage; is a yote of confidence ;is, be'irig made by Bradford County will ,$i.&ys stand behind what'he i ing1on ,to you the"customer, in I you a cordial welcome to thfiri build the same home today It is
and wher they' will not thrill: and convenience of owning and has enable .them to constantly iarmers who. are adopting hew,':sells you," says' A. R. Johnson I .the form of lower price's.CSrowing friendly'store, 'and likewise ev- j most important 'that you revise
Ydtsturbf4.papers a,beautiful bike. You will be sur- expand their inventory and Improved' methods to improve 'the ;,manager' of this popular supply I children. and especially \ress, "appreciation for your I your fire insurance to meet

t Proper,-rest 4s ,another important r>rise
: iterator; ;the. child. If you !low' as' $38.95. the area: ',' ty.'They always stand ready to 'd!o :; Half' "thetattle of making a living I rat sare-so low and can be had
tDfortablematt their part by supplying our grow :' oa'the,farm is" in having good I tor even less on long-term basis.
not 'providing a :
!: are !\ss fof/dur V 1 y .or girl, YM : Ruby Johns Suggests Chic Permanent ers with the best in quality farm,:equipment' and th Earmejs Supply Graves .Dairy Offers Wholesome( Mil Let H. C. Wall Agency 'save you
/ are doing.thfIl\' a, grave injustice implements, feeds- .fertilisers; insecticides -I: :is note/J for always selling the ,up to 50 per cent by combining
p tha plight ,afte t their Jenepll ,. and the manyfain other I best-at .l ss. : your insurance into our package

I 1 health.ford: a.good Now'.. innerspring every home mattress can ,.af.I As: Bick-To&hool' "Must" For Girls : Frnirs'supply' ne essitie.s.' also"' enjoys- : ,j''the'"We Determination are in the to business. serve with the I To Meet{ The Needs. Of Busy Students f deaL For information concerning anjliase

'r."t. woiking with the"young- people ;Ipeojple. with quality hardware and : of insurance programor
I foif jej'1: ?;, member! of the family. !/ your
Dt1unnr: has them" for.as' low as rut ieFa lriers. '4-H Cl bb js i other faim and home equipment j our attractive educational: policies -
Has. swiroming and: other_ sports Ruby Johns Salon. Puiwer Homeniakers.and. M-I-LrK is the magic four-let.-.- ; !e"3" pennies. It may mean that I call WO 4-4801'and 'Mr.
an'dT girts: :at 1ai. Pieces{ says Mr. Johnson. just
$25.This b I Ul ;lerthe hot summer sunwrecked.tiie. After the damage done by sum- fcther I '.er'woH: } ; when: it conies< to storing:,: you hn'fto pay'out many urinecea -i Rabb will be happy to go over .
weekend .short DENMARK'S 1 _. \I191:; ttie"emJb;I;:' erin<;i, .sun. and. water, it is ,: *'rarme groups.rbc ;'anij-f\ture. 'farmers f:.Your, continued patronage proves up enr y" and all-roupfl good :I $ .r.v dollars for doctors bills I jour\ entire program and make
inexpeniiyeV -
and see how : nine members of family? If quite likely that all"femhihie 'we"are"dOing_ this successful- health to put your' children ;l later on"ORLVES :
1 ypur I: should the h1 of' buy! helpful recommendations.
: get
_' ; yiu ?an.obtain"? the ,iiecesiar they art" normal American young i i members' of' your: Wly 'need a tag th3ir implement 'hi Stark;':: yaid'e .Invite your continued through &fcnother"" busy-school tejm'i HOME DAIRY. takes
itoais for more pleasant I
_ a
?. ;.people ch nees are' that it has. !, complete recondItioning treat- whejre they can seer'what they'.are'i t lousiness.:'' withcuflubleson'ancf'expen-:!great'pride in their' modern plant
1 m' bcne lciai schoo term. -
'If This was the .suggestion made ment, as well as individual hair- sive illnesses. I and their wholesome products
this week by Ruby Johns, owner 1 I ; : & i They offer the latest in pasteurizing -I
__ ; shaping: fid, personalized stylyjg. "Good, wholesome milk is: nota ,
&lucational:Value ;and ,oez3Dr of the ever-popular i I'Sun and wind are hard on the MJ Market: Cold; Storage luxury-it is a necessity." is equipment and other modem I '

RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SALON:,skin also and Ruby Johns Salon the .way T,. A. Graves of Graves "facilities 1 to give their customers I

on,South Thompson Street And i l:ho.ithe remedy for that in a Home D, iry expresses it. *The, i I.a' pure. wholesome supply. of !
Or.-Movi ::o marc" -timely suggesttprrcould ,I; kin- nd.1tion1J\1 treatment that Has Fine-Line'Of Meats ,And -Produce price oif milk is positively cheap'::I energy-packing" I II j jI
d dBy '
Stressed$ be, made. with the ppening of I i puts the natural oils back to work. when you stop to consider alJ tM I "All we ask is that- -you- give our' f'j
school. scheduled for Monday. :: It'lit never tOQ soon to start wonderful results- that--- this--- com- milk a fair trial and see {your I :
**A reconditioning visit to.' our :!training your' young; girls in LAWSON MEAT MARKET &\'County how to serve tasty; :>lete: food T brings 'about'in your children don't prefer it to an I

; Management salon during this pre-school weekend proper habits of beauty culture GRC EftYjocatpj; near the depot j jjCh nourishing i meals that''k ep within chlldt I ''6 would do -wonders for any I Ig 'I snd.care: of hands nails, skin, .I Wasliington'.St. carries the the family,toidget..We enjoy) working ,tny price, and you'j'ill find supplying your needs and' L (
rrS xnofale-no matter: what her :i and, bai; ;. You. wil} find the finer line of'fresh meats and: with these young ,people. and ,Graves Dairy Milk the best in- I see if your children do not come-
"Tour chUdren'are fortunate tote 'n e.:-and: will get her off to a I friendly, staff at RUBY JOHNS. -meat proque&:alway .avaUble\ at i'I hope they"wiU "become future I re fencnVin good; health that you .through the winter In' better t tV
>lining'; in this modern' age good tart in the new school I !teasonable prices.And as an extra customers of bur\store.In'order :can make for jour family. 'health! than ever before says Mr. .
.iien) thcy/can- (.the beloved term. j I;'3ALpf always ready with helpful ;added\,' traction yspnlf; : also .I to be of in re',complete I "It is just poor'' economy _and ;Graves. Milk is mighty cheap insurance .-. "'/,. "" '
1 old classics come to life on the .A4lee is, never need to hints f along" this "line. Don't ,deii l ives, Mrci 4J I1 Gn? n Stamps service' to the housewife,'liawson's i kin5 ;an awful chance to let ( when it comes to-protect.In -I "- : :; rj' -
screen. said"'Bobby 'Whit :.lni \- weir, about undue strain 'on the : .- cl.WO 4-3081 loran appointment t!the popular sfa'mps'ttxaf.are'iaVcdiby ,has (nice',grocery "in connection! your children go without an.&de- : : hem from sickness and

ager: ol the Florida, Thetrfr in family budget when you visit I -.rifcht .now 1 tr housewives''everywhere: ; for : with its :market; so you can 'get t "su'pply of' milk just "to .sav? idfeease.I :
_ I discussing; Ui,$ openingvof the i oeaatifulruseful.! gitNo '. i iecinplete"food'service'and one- -- I

I new.schod, term. tries .10 bring' them the best inentirteinnent I I ,. !,..,:n\..t 'ci1me!>, i"T" Ll'oompW ;sstop, Ehopj' ngat Liiws n's: 'No .! ... .. .. .
,t rmodest prices.A
Padgenerations. could P1lI without some. met of :[need to spend valuable time andimoney
read, .the,'Iamous old clas&icsaut popular feature with the nourtsiiElgnii he bodf s tshief t runnuig around to Several Low' Prices AtStarlihg"s;! Grocery I ,in St.\ ke. Their store is locatedon

ttudetits' of today not only read jcu sters. 1| Uie free full-length! 'J .... .' source of'prbte'tu i lAWSOlfS"lhites stores to H'! .yoin: meats' and HU&way! 16' [East Brownlee
them actually: them niovk sho' 'I1 each SaturdayZnori wh'en !'cati" Street and is outside of the
but can see I; : \ DOth ;of"school thiMren to groceries yoU get'every- '
in,beaatif technicolor: and CinemaScope 1t.a. | .the Florida.. Tickets cone to dan,." and Select' their, thlhk at. one:tiIri at LawSon's.- 4 Great t Aid To'lle' Housewife !crowded business section so. there
;, -as- well:- as- hearing-,them for? this free show: may be ob- I aeats irnrpduttry1 froth a. large We. invite your' inspection of r :ley Sterling Grocery also gives
also., : lathed at a number of local mer- !i variety Arf 'chofce cuts"on display our fatuities'arid" merchandise'at .5 always: plenty of parking space.

'l'H'.s toiy 'can be 'made so much eb .IiIs.' iih this clean:and sanitary market. any fiineT* say the iBwS ns. "If ,School,bells will soon be ringing I(beautiful- ana- useful ,girts I "Now :that families arc returning -
more ) 3f| tq t}ie' student>hcn'"ttis Mr. White declares that manymodern | ..LAWSON is proud of the you want 'the'best1in'theats'poiilLit. again ..ndthatmeaI1: 'goo sub-j i The public enjoys shopping at : to town for the opening: of the
presented: on the Bcretn where mothers .are also, learhig t Home Economc3L$ Depftrtment ,at ''and groceries atf prices TOUcan stantiaT: meals for boys and girls I Volley Stai-BngV because if is 1 new .term we are more anxious
Re" can.! actually jsee it aacl, !feejWmseif '.Jhai theatre,parties for their :JBradforS piih dwol' )ahd 'the afford to PaY.you wffl .do went 10.tee them ife tiptop shape'for 1!truly: t one-sbp institution. In ad- Jian ever before to supply} your
i-liart of. it," says Mr. youngstersmake 'delightful way 1 *art ItFuture. |s playjosc.J to eaching the '%sit- bur store' and" let its' ffflheeds. work* and'play. VOLLEY STARUSSQ -:iditiort to .a complete line of needs and try to help you have
) White.aWiwn. I to eniertaiiLHow'eisy It'i is to let 1!' Heinen\akefs of Dradf0r41We yc1r .'' GBdCERY is glad to be l I[t1ocedes. the customer may also nourishing foocls at a minimum-of

i it comes to music, also,i the littk guests go to the 'movies .... .....r....... .-.,, ..oJ ---, ;: ','. bie>; -t,(&; help! mothers Serve1' their i find values in J esM meats feeds,;expense" says Mr. Starling.

__ the movies ut"reat source b!'j land then serve refreshments I, gnnrinr boyS: and girts then I gail.'kerosene and othf necesary -! "If you haven't already go tenILhe'
__ inspiration! to the young, music &fterwa. -Thi.i: reUeves'tEeliffllsmother :; 1iini' meals they need at:1 .staples. nabiZ of shopping with us.
lover. He can hear the' rat musical ; of ,the, problem of having I I .. t t' i I' of why not start this weekend? ,Just
..IamilyBudget The: Starlings are proud
I compositions!61 l the" great t|tt >plan> an$ conduct games and ; ,5- tiriees< ,-- that are< -easy jfrpg j ia and see. Jh$. wonderful
( masters aswell. as set ing filmed \ contests or other entertainment t_ :, : f th-", .;:business. 'they have, ." built- up.,.... values we are offering 'and, you

_ __ biographies<<:t ol the1r lives. & t.dh .. Why not plan a theatre part ,,' ; -. .;; ; :"r:"1 4drton, .' .t,o .JOw p11cei..< ;VOlqeu -, owr: the years, and the manyindsb1Ps .11'will become a regular j customer
_ F1. ridJ\ ; ;f. I fpr your child's next birthday? : '. 1'r !_ ; : _, ,_ ,,,,:L-, "- r.t, ..!!.'...hd nt" "" ": t..MB -which.,-. :, they hate made'dur.iF ., jUt like so many your-friends.. ,"
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The P5pridii"Theatee! is always I l#. W<e; S,J. gtad io niakett ? :.; : '! '' '''O"'i: ;- : '
J-i,," terestfir Irf younVplopie* and r! aIt f 'necessary Jm ';Qeptf.I' _- { ". ,-; .' I ._ ,._ -t.;c'> .. _:4 4"..: '"fJt-')"-1.0' .:, :':'},:'!--:. ;t.:1iI-'h.'t-:--; -';' -' may be-fiayed'for i a,vast..rayoL; f : ,,1. ,

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'[Incident Prompts Ii .,' :;.- ..- ''BEA Defends Liquor StoreOperator : I I still for obseivation In Bradford and County treatment.hospital

4rtrI I
I 'I I r'I'I'; 1 : Wife I The .Laffans were returnihg

\ 1 ow' Hurt In Wreck t ifrom. Jacksonville when the dii-

--"'; .. :s --' I II! City Council To I .' Religion In I |.er of the truck: stopped, he .said.

I t I jupon, s'ahtins a rattlesnake. on
___ I, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Laffan,I
: r. the side of the road. The Laffan
j,operators of Long* Bridge Package,i

Get Tough Move i .ru.- S ., County SchoolsIn I Store near Lake Butler.> were In- fear was extensively damaged. p

I. Av j t lured 'T11 day morning when a
I(Clay County dump truck stopped
_ _
[Continued 14etc fate 1] a meeting Monday.. August i j suddenly in front bf them several ,

_________"___ 15. the Bradford Education Association -|miles nOl th of Middleburg. \I .
I at Evergreen
to regularly, inspect the gas lines|I I SI -- declared itself in favor i Mr. Laffan received a deep cut nert. services

as long .as any bonds are outstanding across his skull!! when! be hit the IJaptlst Church will continue
on the system. i I J_.. _ of a resolution passed by the I through" Sunday. -Aug. 21. The
S j state education association to defend windshield and required 15
I : Motors City c.erk Merrill Edwards in- : : j' $.: js \ the practice of daily Bible ,stitches. Mrs. Laffan was pinned public is invited to come out and
( .
hear the evangelist. Brother
formed Council that the DuPont '. .' .4: under the windshield bp the impact _
: > readings and observance of re-
from the Maxville BaptistChurch.
company has agreed to dig out > ''S. ; ,; _. ...'1i>. : !Ugicus holidays In Florida ana the extent of her injuries Llathte. '
,_ '' .. .
Alligator Creek to afford better r- .. 4'I. .\:: ,. S.I schools. is not yet known. Both are
drainage to the city as soon as :
"- The FEA resolution, as read to
they are sure they will be covered \ :. and 17 of next year so that:
the Bradford Association by W. C. T by insurance while working. The county teachers might attend the : .
rtiiT President Elden Mathews stated:

job will also cost the city and FEA Convention to be held on i _

.ounty $500 for transporting .-- -. .. .. WHEREAS. the practice ot those dates in the Robert Meyer 'THERE IS A_ WAY WHICH _
daily invocation of God theeaso.1al
the' dragline to the Job and for totelin Jacksonville. The requestis SEEMETU ,RIGHT UNTO A

operating costs, Edwards said. Community State Bank TopsIn observance of religious to be made with the under- MAN. BUT THE END' THEREOF ____
I holidays in the public schools of
Superintendent Riley Wasdin standing that the two days will ARE THE1"8 .OF DEATH.-
are being challenged apply toward the teachers post [PROVERBS 14.121.
asked the Council for an opinionon

whose job if is to flush out Jaycee Midget LeagueThe I evidence WHEREAS of belief such in practices the Almighty are planning: period. .-- ._ ._. -- .-...

the city's fire hydrants. Council .
decided is the pennant-winning Community Kopelousos Flip Graham, Tommy I God and
it responsibility of State Bank team of the Ronnie Newman. Wayne WHEREAS, such belief is the
the fire
to the
hydrants in working order. Midget League (pictured above, ) 1 Blankenship Chuck Schaefer and reason for founding and the cornerstone :

I.! shown after wrapping the Jimmy Kessler. Shown.In the boti for strength for the A-
10000I Mrs. Jessie Young also appeared I up merican nationality.BE Morning Worship At 11 CO A.M. _
I before the Council to request that league championship with a..record i i torn row are Dwight Elder, Joe _
I I IT RESOLVED that the Evening Services At 8:00 P.M.
of 10 wins loss .
the corner stone be put back to. against only tone !3rown. Carlton Tillman. Larry Florida Education Association reaffirm ,
1 and one tie. The Bank"whipped Williams and Donald Huff Not '
where it was removed from on her I faith in this belief and Guest Speaker S
the Starke Builder's Supply 11-2 hams and Donald Huff., Not _
property when the natural gas!
practice and move
in its last last week to pictured are three team members: oppose any I : '
: game S
lines were installed. Mrs. Young to the of Florida the ,:
deny youth REV. R. M. BAKER f
clinch the pennant.In Bobby White Frank Hardy, Steve
also stated that Jefferson Street I I
spiritual heritage which is right-
the Coach John I Denmark and Coach Mac McGriff.
top row are '. '
runs off its course where.it passes -:. fully, theirs.In Hawthorne Florida _____
Merchants her property and requested thatit I *"*
another move Monday the i
I Be surveyed to determine if it I Third Incumbent On page 10 the guest speaker is listed- as Her. Hamilton, _
BEA voted to request the School
is on her land. this is an error. _

For Board dismiss school on March 16 __ : _
Council decided after Mrs. Qualifies _- -I I ___ ,,-
Young had left the meeting thatit -

I : StampsWITH Mayor city's was, to her Jackson have responsibility.the also land suggestedthat surveyed.not the .c 1 L Pt I It II t City ElectionT. Sell It Rent It Trade It HI PEYTOft PHONE 8.:>CTnK THOMPSON'WO FLORIST rLOWEHSV. 41155OI5TJ. ST. _1 _____

: : I C. Hazen Jr. qualified Wed- \\ WIRe FLOWER ANVWHEBBtfcbg -
the S
street be
might crooked

without getting oft its 50 foot S. nesday 8i to a the candidate City Council for reelection in-II I WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED FOR SALE -

right of way. I I, New ,and used Building Supplier _
Group Three.. : Drive w-. pipe; IS lenztha IUS
PURCHASE OF EACH The Council in further action. 15 ___ Hazen is the third incumbentto MFMOUIO.S AND BESOHmofrg 4 Of. Irrr W9" per foot See Billy Jackson. Jack-

voted to replace the drainage pipe S ____ his son tuUdlns: ; Supplies. Ucbff _
for to .
under Sinclair Street with a announce 20 WORD OR L1CS9.!: 0.. iBiertloa _
; CAR SOLD OVER $500.00 larger one to relieve the floodingthat S.? Council post. Orie A. Wiggins SIXGER SBWI.VGI!: MACHO'S ____
S' previously qualified in Group One BACH 'ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2 0 _____. __._ 4e P.r W.f< r rt8nnUllve.U1 be In Btadfortf
always occurs after a bad Co. Mondays and Fridays. ,For service _____
rain. Street 'Superintendent S. R. :and present Council Chairman 90% DISCOUNT ON HEPE4T INSERTIONS 3 A MR AD on any make machine writeor
Randal Chitty in Group Two. ZSe ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX ADTANCB pal| Singer- Sewing Machine Ca
VALUE Hicks said it would cost approximately 402 N. Marion St or Phone ISO.
at 12 _
S Tue>day. Aug. 23. noon ---- ____
$80 to replace the old pipe. i Lake City, FU. TfchguAKtiYIEW
iis .the deadline for qualifying as FOR SALE
Drainage,on Sinclair Street the H' WE HAVE a sew lun program for Ready mix concrete concrete block BEACH ,& COTTAGES::
Ii candidate in the Sept. 13 City '
I of 1 to 5
Council said has been a headacheto farmers. Loana ront-a., fence posts sand cetnent -Electric WUlten. Ue* rre your _
: AUG. I8192OS : : Election.. The three Council postsare for the entire credit require' Motar mix rock steel, oyster shell. now. Swim; picnic fish. Call Waldo, _

-the. -city.. for- a long.. while. .. all that will be voted upon meets Gainesville of the !farmer'Production ani his CredIt fam Llmerock and Roc.f Gravel. Phone HO 8-I532,. or .nee' Uf!. A. Comer _
Tne ---- ily. WO4-2521 Bradford Engineering: .
City Recreation Department I at tlu time.Registration. Association' 620 North Main C<.. tfchg UaHeton. ,rIll Sltcfcg | _
Homer A. 3rinkey -
also its tfch
presented budgetfor Gainesville Fla.
deadline is Satur- KOI bALE ,-r trotdtor age regis
1961 to the Council for tered Angns Bulls. Price reason _____
approval Tee Service
day, Aug. 27 at 12 noon. Complete
1958 HILLMAN FORDOR Council said it would include Rotary District Gov. RADIOS REPAIRED able. Doyle Conner. WO 44501.tfcbr
$ All HakM -. AH ...4e1IIeaabIe S _
$895 the item in its I Pruning Bracing De-Moss\
proposed To
Visit StarkeHomer .. .
Chance s rm te**
One Owner 25 Miles Della Work Tree Removal RENT_ unfurnished _
per budget soon to be made up. !iBEP ERO'l RADIO TV lag. Cavity FOR -- .om
404 Lake St Call WO -4-
IBBWB Green. Owner TraDsplaDtiDr'Sapp' apartment
Final payment on the city's.new A. Brinkley of'Tallahassee Attends Women 1412 E. Call ft. Pheae "WO 4-8901 : 4,94 tfehtFOR
Gallon. 16,000 Miles. A Real Buy! well .
was authorized by the Coun- Starke FU.
Governor' of District
Rotary -
s Tree Surgeons! SALE-10, Jwfs, 1101and
cil. The payment amounted to No. 694 will pay his official Teachers MeetMiss 1 barr. May be seen Monday add. _
1959 ENGLISH FORD J2.172.42 and the well cost a total visit to the Starke Club next COLONIAL FLORIST ,PETE SAPP. Owner I Tuesday.. JF.; C, Conner Rt. 2 Bot.
i I '
$$995 Clean of $22,222.22. week., Mr. Brinkley will arrive Delia Rosenberg of the Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. STARKE PHONE WO, 4-3965: r,2 Stark tfchr j _
(Anglia) Car In Flowers wired place. Flowers
here Bradford High School faculty attended any' i ,for clean eolto'n ,
Tuesday and will hold a club for all occasion _locally. Phone Cash paid rood, *

Good Condition 3 Starke Girls I assembly with officers and committee I the International Convention WO 4-6291. 60(,East Nona St, tfch I IFOR' rags.* 'Na' Khaki '.r. woOL _

chairmen that night.! On. of' Delta Kappa Gamma Bring tll.Bra.dlor4. >Countjr Tries ___

1956 FORD TUDOR V-8, [Wednesday he will attend the I nonor,society for women teachers, ments. 1\ENor-Farnl.Reasonable:: rat ell.ear apartI graph. 0 _

$79'5 Injured SlightlyIn regular Rotary luncheon meeting lat the Americana Hotel in Bal chopping center. Phone \VO 92011or

Overdrive, Radio, & Heater Then he will address the clubnembe'rship. Haibour last week. WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213
Car AccidentThree I S. Cherry St. (Shell 011 Co. Office.) REPOSSESSED
One Owner Car ; Miso Rosenberg is past presi- tfcbg I _

dent of the recently formed new I SPINET, PIANO

1957 CHEVROLET Starke high school girls. ASC Committee chapter uf DKG and served as'' HASTINGS MATTRESS I _

,$$895! Tudor Diane Firth Anne Matthews and exhibits chairman for the con & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 19,50: r Month _

Powerglide, Radio & Joalyce Graham escaped serious : \-ention"last week.
Election BallotsTo Highlight of the conventionwas I 110 Lemon St PaUtkai Also Complete Line of .
Heater Blue and Whiter :nJury when the car in which
the awarding of 56 scholar- NEW WURLITZER PIANOS
S they were riding overturned early Furniture, Repaired Upholstered -
I Saturday morning on Highway 16 Be MailedThe ships for advanced study valuedat AND 'ORGANS.S
1958 FORD 6-PASS.WGN. & Refini hedMATTRESSES
$2,500 '
each possible
$$14 betwezn: Starke and Kingsley For Expert. Tree Surgery Call Our From. $495,00
by contributions from nearly 75- REBUILT
J Lake Arent'
4 -Fordomatic radio heater election of county Agricultural "
000 members of the One
The car. a Morris Minor owned Stabilization arid Conservation New Innerspringsand 221'.N.; Temple Phone WO 4-5063 MUSIC CENTER

Power Steering. A Real Buy. N.A.D.A and driven by Miss Firth went Committeemen in Brad- of scholarship the 53 states was awarded the District in each of Box Springs 0

out of control due to tire trouble ford fill dirt 1WS W. University Ave.
: County will be conducted by Us Card Call CALL Jackson for top
the Canadian Drop a or
Columoia. and five
Price $1670.00. and overturned when it hit the nail ballot again this year according bulldtting and grading.: W. T. Gainesville, Flat Phf FB'6-4113
provinces in which the societywas Jacklon.0 4-4011. tfchg
shoulder of the
road. The girls
to an announcement this Our! Salesman is in Starke-
1954 FORD VICTORIA were thrown out and were pro- week by Felix Sapp, chairman of organized when the project STARKE WO 4- tM HOUSE FOR SALE 2 story C Every ft'eek.
$595 bably saved from serious injuryby the county ASC Committee. was. lIlQtrtaken! in 1958. room and bath. Pecan, and Pear
-Fordomatic radio heater This was. the second largescholarship UBS. PEGGY SHALLEB Stark*, trees. All fenced, 3 lots in Hampton.
falling on the soft ground in
The period for voting in this Reasonable. C. C. Cannon Box Cl,
Black and White the ditch. All three were unconscious county election will be from project of the society AIfJId Hampton 4tp S/25 EXPERT PAINTINGDECORATING
which annually awards three .
when found by passing August 26 through September 8.
I FOR RENT 2 room apartment
scholarships of $2,500 each.
1959 CHEVROLET Tudor motorists, but revived before an Farmers in the county will electa i. INTRODUCTORYOFFER furnished. Private bath and entrance _All Work, Guaranteed S
$ ambulance arrived to. take themto ...1 Carport. Across from schoo
$13 5 committee consisting of a II I cafeteria. No children. Mrs J. L. 0 Call wd 4-2671 for Estimate,
1: (6) Radio Heater New Bradford County Hospital for chairman vice-chairman and II Simmons, 407 W. Washington St.

treatment of cuts and bruises. jcgular member. First and second I Engraved Business _ _ -_4tchg 8J25!

Tires. One owner N.A.D.A price $1575.001957ANGLIATUDOR The girls had spent the nightat :ftlternates will also be elected at Stationery FOAT JIM RICHARDSON

the Matthews cottage on 1 this time. See this good buy at Chapman .- ___- -5- .5.- -
Kingsley Lake and were on their' 500 Letterheads Auto Service, :](S N. Temple ..A'e.U' FOR KENT PuraUhed : bedroom
Voting for county committeemen Runabout with new plywood upstairs apartment Mrs: Paul Ray
$ way to Starve to pick up a will be done by mail the sameas 500 Large Envelopes fiberglass bottom 39 I HP Evlnrude mond. 211 8. Water. tfch '

Sgf: Clean fourth, Kay Dennis before leavIng in recent years,' with the coun- 6. % 500 Business Cards Lark with trailer)Motor, will electric sell at low sacrifice.hours FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroom

Car. One Owner to spend the day at Jacksonville ty ASC office sending a secret L : jS '3tp S/12 house (12 Lake.St. Modern conven-
Eeach.Rotary FINEST ENGRAVING Itnce Gaa range and cat,hot water
ballot and return envelope to heater. Near school. Phone WO 4-
One and two bedroom apartments.
1956 THAMES SEDAN every eligible voter on its records. Lights and water Included $4S per 5744. Mrs A. F. Saftls 132 MqM -

$$3"5: Delivery. One Owner, Good Club Hears The blank ballots will be mailedby ,- f: ...; ALL FOR 48.05 mo.lion Inquire St. Y. L.in Klrchalne.rear. 51i S. Epper-tfchg hone St. tfchg-

-August 26. : Pears for Sale- West Butter Rd.
Condition. Real Economy Problems Dealing The Federal Ooverpme 's Plate Included' FOR RENT One 5-room furnished Fee Per,,. Lyons across street from
L'5S Ira. :Phone WO .2241.
house all utilities Also one 5- An4reuplace.
With ChildrenJohn acreage allotments marketing BRADFORD COUNTY S
room unfurnished house. Roth very tp i/2S
1951 PLYMOUTH Tudor I quotas. the Agricultural 'Conservation TELEGRAPH reasonable. Apply Stars & Stripes I '5--, 5 0 5*

$$195 Manning Starke Ele- Program. farm storage I Grocery 271._ Klngsley Lake Ph. LE Itchr 3- BILLFOLD containing LOST -Identification somewhere/ uptown of-

Good Condition mentary School playground director facility loans. price support and ; NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? I I I UrL R. H. Bore, lack101! Il1le. Re
Soil .. JUUA.'l1\ICRAE FOR RENT House on Hampton ward. Finder contact 1Ir H.
speaker at the I are 1
\ as guest administered by
I.. Take advantage of AVON'S selling Lake. No children or pets allowed. Pennett. Ill* Ralford Road, Ph.WO .
Rotary Club Wednesday describing the county ASC committee. Mem-! 4.1K5. Itch
1953 FORD V-8 season-You cad earn $48 to Elderly couple preferred L. A. -

$150 the activities and objectives bers of this committee are elected! Let's talk $50 per week br riving friendly Wynn. 2tp 1/11 STAMPS Special Get-Acqnalnttd

Radio Heater of his program. Some of for cne-year terms beginning i aboutyOUrhealth service to your neighbors. We FOR RENT: In Slarke furnished Offer. Two mounte4 paves of scare
Rough the problems involved in dealing October 1 each year. j 1 I train Write Oulda C. SweatF. apartments. Lights and water inc. Belgian Congo; one mounted pace
you. $tO month. Lx of Angola' moat beaotiful
with around 850 children were I Supervision and direction of j I! in your O. Box: 510. Lire Oak, FIa. 537, per Starke. Call Strout HO 8-2SM Realty Waldo- in th* world). Bonus rift for stamps quick
$ 1954 PLYMOUTH elated by the speaker, who said the election is in charge of a I I for appointment for inspection. Reference reply! One set
$195 that efforts are made to develop county: election board composed .1: latter years Modern Mechanized Egg Farm-Ap- required. 4tch? 91| collection ply limited.1C;Contact not mounted Belote$5.Drug Sop-

Fordor. Good Condition. other ,Qualities in the child. aswell of officially designated persons I I prox 10,009 Chickens 77 Acres FOR SALE Deep freeze, IS en. or Bert Christoffei-i. Sr.. Keystone
j If you're between the ages Modern :3 Bedroom CBS Lake Front Held.'Via. Stchr '!Htf
as his physical wellbeing.The outside the..a.. C organization.They t ft. Westlnghouse. I Motorcycle
j Home. Cold Storage, Work Shed
of 65 and 80, will be Harley-Davison, 74-47 model 1-5 h. .
: speaker was introduced by are: G- Huggins.. Agricultural -I you Jeep, Track All Equipment 119,000 p. Motor with all attachments. Apply rou ire a SLADE GAS CUSTOURR. -

F. T. Nohn. Starke Elementary I Extension Service; W. S. interested in Life ofGeorgia' Down. Inspection By Appointment. Residence. 85 State Farm. ltchgRINESS 01" If rotr plan to becom- One-

principal who had charge of the Haas. Soil Conservation Service; *SENIOR Phone Ifeyitone 42J7. C. i.tt O'Connor.chgd ';n Tntt AND pin HOT ,purchase WATER your BEATERS HANOB AT

program. If. R. Ellis Farmers Home Ad- SECURITY HOSPITALAND Sale. Lea.oppnRTOIT1"Jl. or Rent- 1 Con- WHOLESALE. ,See us before yon
VIOOOOMERCHANTS ministration; Don Champion. SURGICAL PLAN. FOR SALE Steel Coil-Springs, *e' Mon Bus. fully equipped, .wlth h.w: gtrnar 1/25

EXPLANATION Florida Forest Service; and Curtis i It offers broad coverage* Interspringmattress. heaters.ranges. C'fiU.! drink box. refrigerator: coffee FOR HEXT KInirsley Lake;; Sept
drecBiaff tables cable elec- exhaust fans cabinet etc.
Marlowe. Farm Bureau. that help pay for daily colU cypress moulding (new)' Mrs.. Ideal rn. for flfh camp or permanent through May. 2 bedroom' house.Tile

-, ., The county election board has, hospital and surgicalcharges LeCIL''C Brown Kingsley Lake. Itp location with or without additional bath and,.kitchen teraizo. floor
Tile pulling or a wrong line in -- ---- --- IS ft nonfe trailer. Now located at Two air eonflttlontrs. sparS heater
appointed an election board. comPOSed -' surgical fees, large dock in per month. Can or
of SR 11 and %:5. May be
making & correction in a news Call WO 4-1374 If are planningon corner .
write O. X. Harper. FOI (& Oalnei.Itp
STAMPS of three farmers who are hospital extras, and polio seen internally by appointment. ..
;story last week inadvertently seadjng child to kindergarten 11a. FI" ... ,,}ann.. VR 8-481
not now ASC officers. The county:I Contact &a ia S! lember. Mama Priest.7tchg. only P. 0 Box :37, Raiford. FJa.U"tlp
PURCHASE changed the meaning of a para- election board will nominate at for'details. flU! FOR SALE OR BEN .,...Cottace. on
WITH. OF EACH CAR graph. today Road 14-;"-3rotfon tat bath ,fnrn-
least 10 candidates for rOR REVT 2 bedif-om farnlshrdhooHj
As written the second para- county WAITRESS WANTED Apply in irhed. One roomunfurnished en
with For counl
cbmmitteemen. In addition to the person at B 4 0 Truck Stop after caroortp. a Rood UL J. T Qnijley! phone W'
SOLD OVER of the the ; 'th infant chiW. 712rPqimp.in
$500.00 VALUE! graph story concerning or w *n Inquire ,
nominations candidates may be llFElNS1J1t\ %::0 p. m. ttcbg "/1 v $t.vAR Itch!: 4-!UI 0 1teb
theft of some money and checks I '
nominated as late as August 22 .Furnished Cottar at Kingse{
irom North Florida Supply Co..I I LOST Pair of Ladies glasses PRVT m Pinewood Pr.rnfurnlr ?
LaVe Rent from Sept. I to .
: for Jnc
upon petition of 10 or more farm-!
abont weeks ta vicinity ofKoeh' 4 2
Turn ToTERWILLEGAR i GEORGIA two tgo : be4.room.COMrete
should have read: "About $200 j L Phcn LE 3-J ll itch*
ersVoters may also write in the I Drug. Phone WO ttltl.Itehg home. J P. Thompson WO 173.
m cash and the rest in checkswas I ItnVro -
names of candidates on their

FOR BARGAINS! taken Monday afternoon ballots. Any farm ,tenant operator -,t JLIAHLMCRAE(! KOITND One pIg. Bout next to ""'f\'P P.V'PftOIIt ''' '\'''''. APPI3ANCES
while the business owned by or owner may vote in the Vasco ForFjrthfc. Owner may have hnn... .oor. "f ..,,11. ..t".rft eoi'.1pa -
.. .
Randal Chitty and Frank Dgen.II by identifying. J. B. KlrkUnd. Rt .... Mrs. '4v .14)1. Rt '. GAS RANGES
county election if he is now participating -' Agent Box 40. S Itp 297 5 Mt east. on Htway U.'Pfot" .
''''- ..!. was open. O. O. Webb manager 1i. .. .. SalesSTARKE &
in or is eligible to participate WO L':2. t..I. i1:
of the store. and only personnel, Phone 4-2541 ...
Home WO
FOR RENT- Very nicely newly
in of
I' '' .I In the store Monday, said the any the programs i' 1317 St. decorated apartment. Private bath ''iTED .U 1Ielo with PADJO & TV
i money was taken between a. m.j administered by the Countg ASC .,-.,. : and entrance. Suitable for bachelor -elie boAkkeeoinjr *.xperlflW' .l'holle.WQ-3U, S
: ;t. Starke Fla. or eoG le. Call WO 4-4U1. or 571 WrIte fully and promptly to'Pot -
and 4 :
pJJ1.- comn ttee. t._ 'ii'1.' ; W. Call St...... .Itcag 1943 Starke.-*, ]tcb. .5 ..:"
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AcceptsJax Funeral SaturdayFor [ Graveside Rites i brother, Robert J. Leapheart Of

Firm's Bid .z J.. T. {Lexington, S. C. were recent
KEYSTONE, HIGHLIGHTSBy ,Thomas, I For Archie J.. Long, i guests 01 Addie and Annie Lee.
I On New Police Car i Melrose. Carpenter I Retired Painter Mrs. Carl Hagglund and Mrs.

By .:Mary K. Schaeffer By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer I I Nettie Mann recently spent the
The'bid of St.. Johns ChevroletCo. I James T.-Thomas, 47, of Melrose -
Archie Jackson Long 62, of i day in Jacksonville.
School Makes ., Jacksonville. for a new police I died Thursday Aug. 11, in u..a..iU.A.AAA..1 ilelrose died Wednesday, Aug. 10, i I Mrs. Dock Tison and daughters
Spectacular Strides not only de we have new class- cruiser at a net price of $1,365 i t a palatka hospital l. after a briefuTness. in Bradford County Hospital after i visited Mrs. Tison's father O. S.

We took our youngest for awalk rooms but dressing rooms are was accepted by Keystone Heights : moved to l\I brief illness !Chamberlin of Micanopy.
under, construction now for the J Tulsa Oklahoma where
lown Council at.its August 9 : !
in her stroller Mr. Thomas was born at Marhanna The
this evening she is Mr. Long was born m Chris- monthly meeting of the
Physical Education classes. Since 1 living with her sister and!'
rnd did most of our walking around meeting. The St. Johns bid was on March 13, 1913.,He wasa liansburg. Va. on May 25, 1898 j Woman's Missionary Union of
brother-in-law. Mr. and
1954, several vacant lots have Mrs. L.j j
:2824.60, with trade in allow-
and around the school a s, 4i. carpenter and a'member of the M. Milligan. and was a retired painter. He was Eliam Baptist Church was held
been cleared to make large .
a of
ance $1,459.60.
house because the sidewalks are Baptist Church. Recent ? member of the Methodist .;.lecently. A program on Japan
guests at the home of
playground including I.
area Duval Motors of Jacksonville
so mach nicer than the deep Surviving ,are his wife May Misses Church. was presented by Mrs. Maxie
!asket ball courts and football -At. Annie and Addie Lee were
a bid net of and Ter-
$1362.01; ,
rand. We could 1't help marveling a Hicks Thomas' of Melrose;; three Mrs. o. B. Ingram of Brunswick. Surviving is his wife Mrs. Mary !King, Mrs. Henry Williams, Mrs.
field which will have bleachersand net1.818.'jO. F
strides that have Trillegar Motor. C6. of Starke; I brothers, 'JosePh 'H. Thomas, Dock Tison
ct tin great : Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Manual 3. Long, of Melrose. and Mrs. Tom Odom.
lights by October, we s4
been made in our school since we Marianna: Odis Wade Tampa; Lews and of Funeral services were held at Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Preston
are ,son Thomasville. Ga.
told. During the summer, It voted to'place the order
was and Fred Thomas, Ft. Lauder- (Continued on next
!1alired in 'Keystone Heights.In :Mr. and Mrs. the graveside in Keystone HeightsCemeteI' Page)
ious members'of the Keystone Johns. Henry Cason, Jr.
with St.
the spring of 1954 what is immediately dale; three.sisters, Mrs. Lucille j I and )' at 10 a. m. Saturday I i
family of Winter Park
Blue Devils football team recently id
planted moved
Councilman Wot 'Beam
now the Clinic was a kitchen Parker and Mrs Ruby Tyre, both with Rev. J. R. Smith, pastor of d
grass on the field and prayed for 1.0 borrow sufficient money from lof Keystone visited Mr. and Mrs. Rob- :iE
and the children were eating Heights, and Mrs. ert Cason., the First Baptist Church of Key-
lain. Their prayers were answered the Keystone State Bank to E
pay Lois Marianna. TERMITES
their lunches on their desks. At .a Williams Rev. stone Heights officiating. Burial
as *t: all know, and the field the cost of the new cruiser and Funerai and Mrs. George Tison .
that time, there were four class- services were held at and was in the family plot under the
is starting to look mighty pretty.By include the cost' to transfer Patricia Forsythe family were recent visitorsof
rooms, and when a new child I, the graveside in Keystone Heights Mr. and direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Mrs. Dock Tison
August 29, the opening date the and
equipment car
came to register, the standard from present; Weds Roger Rivers Cemetery:at 2:30 p. m. Saturday family.Mr. Funeral Home. '
for school, the buildings and to the new vehicle. The loan will ;tfith ReV.'John,Strickland
teachers asked each pastor
question'the I
other was: "WhatTl we-do with grounds should be looking their be repaid with $700 from the In Church Ceremony of Lemon Heights.Baptist Churchcf and Mrs. Gene Bullock -
best Of c6urse, a school is only 1961 budget and the balance. Palatka have moved into the McCloud I
him? Hang him from the I officiating. Burial
"' as good as its teachers. We are from the 1962'budget. I On Saturday evening, Aug. 13; was in tae family plot under the house. South America to see his parents, > DLL THEM Y nmif ""to ARABUDOTT
chandelier? .
happy to know that Mr. Cherry Ray Starnes, president of ,Keystone the First Baptist Church of Key 'direction of DeWitt C. Jones Miss Betty Jean Cross has returned Bert De Mayola visited in Melrose I, IPw .TERMITE_ CONTROL
Since 1954 eleven class rooms will continue as our principal.His Egg Cooperative, appeared stone Heights was setting for a Funeral Home.maneuver ,- home after spending three for a day last week. He is 'a i kwa .. oi+abs -kea na Norv
have been added, as well as a.fine faculty will be announced in, before the Council' and requested lovely marriage ceremony uniting weeks in Live Oak with friends gradurte of Melrose High and is I I i I pIN I.ImdIIrrri vow. Cd DIaIu ran.f.U.r.e_. .,

cafeteria. And this summer, the another Issue.RegJStration. I. consideration: for tax relief for Miss Patricia Forsythe and Roger Lard, relatives. now stationed in Colorado for I II I
cafeteria was doubled in size. ndLEE'S for, children from this business over a five-year Rivers.. The Rev. J. R. Smith,'! Mr.. O'Connor, who I I Harry Huffman is in the Veterans military training. j Brooklyn Supply House
the second grade through the 8th period. The. matter wa$ referred pastor of the church officiated at I sailed a boat on Chesapeake Bayas Hospital in Lake City. Sgt. Shelton Leapheart and I Keystone Height, Fla.
'A'ill.bc cn Monday Aug., 22, at 9 k; Chairman H. I:: Ownbey" to Investigate the 7 o'clock ceremony, a boy hasn't had time to instruct Mr and Mrs. Rufus Holten and
a. m. the power of the Coun- The church was beautifully decorated them\ but they seem to be daughter of Waycross, Ga. and --- -
$ Drive In First graders will register'on cil to give such consideration and with white carnations going very well. Nowadays when Mr. and Mrs.,Frank Jones of Albany PIANO & ORGAN INSTRUCTIONCLASS

Tuesday, 23rd if they have not report at a later meeting. and gladioli, while tall cathedral ..Helen Conneen; or Dot Newman Ga. were recent guests at
already done so. Chairman Beam of the Safety candles; provided ,lighting. ,, decide to paint a water scene the Lee House. FORMING B.V.A.: DEGREE
It is imperative that all first Committee reported that he,felt Miss Forsythe is the' daughter i from ,their windows, they can Miss Cora Lyons is home from Juliard School of Music New York'
graders have a physical check-up. the speeding conditions complained jf"Mr. and Mrs: Walter Forsythe !add that final touch-a sail boat.. the hospital and is staying with I ,
FriH Sat.-Aug. 19, 20 Parents will please bring a state- of on State Road 21 in the of Lake Geneva, and the' bridegroom !Lane Suffers Severe Burn her sister, Mrs. Bess Lynn. JANET LAMM: Keystone Heights Tel. 4514"HIT

ment from the examining physician southwest section of town was 'is the son of Mr and Mrs. i. Friends of. Lane Jackson Mrs. McCloud and nieces Miss
QUANTRILL'SRAIDERS when the child enters now 'under control. Following a R. W. Rivers of Keytsone laughter of Capt. and Mrs. Robert Artherine Blanchard and Miss
school. discussion of this matter it was Heights, :C. 'Jackson, will regret to Enza Blanchard, visited in Waldo .

Incidentally, football practicegot decided that Mayor Beasley, as The bJ ide, given in marriage by know that while visiting her auntin Saturday. I PARADE"
underway on Monday, and it head of the police department, her father, was lovely in a white Hialeah she suffered a severe Bobby Tison son of Mr. and
looks as if the Blue Devils will would investigate with the State sheath dress and white hat. White electrical burn on her ban s. I Mrs. Dock Tison. is home following -

have a fine team again ,this year. Road Department regarding four accessories completed her costume After three weeks of being: incapacitated I surgery and a week's stay in UHO'S SORRY XOW I WOODMAN SPARE THAT
Starring Steve Cochran Keystone will have a 9th and Dew city limit signs.. and, she wore a corsage' of red she 'is.still unable to I Alachua General Hospital. '
CinemaScope Color 10th grade this year, making it Beam stated that he would roses. use her hands.,, I Mr. and Mrs. Mullins have i You will be If you don't look I TREE and he did. Lots, of

unnecessary for Freshmen and have a report relative to crossing The maid of honor, Miss Helen Lane 'might appreciate hearing I moved into Mr. and Mrs. Wallace' overt our investment bar- I shade around this downtown

Sophomores to go to other high protection at the intersection of eytOn, was dressed in light from ,her friends in Keystone. Crews' home on South Grove gain $-t300- 2 BR lo\ely bofe.. 8250.
Sun., Mon., rue schools. We understand that GS&F railroad tracks and State green. Her accessories were whfte; tIer address is 3120 W. 8th Ave., Street. up. I Terms.
,\4 busses will be furnished for transporting :- Road 21 at the next meeting.A and a white carnation corsage. Hialeah, Fla., Why not send her Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka and
August 21, 22, 23 Juniors and Seniors. Un- communication relative to complemented her.outfit. a'card'to sort of cheer her a bit? Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka!:
fortunately, some 9th and 10th fire equipment at,Keystone Air- Wallace Rivers, brother of thebridegroom Hiss- Burch ''Marries Mr. Cox vISited Mr. and Mrs. Robert FOR.THE ITZY RITZY I I"OUR" LEAF CLOVER

Please Don graders 'find larger schools more port,. recommending. the purchaseof was,best man. i Miss Judy Burch. daughter of Cason recently. TEENY WEENV YELLOW ,
slamorofts than Keystone. "Dis- Dry Chemical Fire, Extinguish For her daughter's wedding, Mr?and Mrs. Ernest Burch of After a visit to Columbia, POLKA DOT BIKINI I Better look these over.

tEat tant fields seem the greenest,' as er,for use at that point was read. Mrs.. Forsythe, chose a dress of Gainesville and 1 Keystone Heights, Large restricted' lakefront
The Daisies they say. For several years Key- Councilman Beam moved to accept dark blue worn with-white ,ac- I became the bride of Charles Cox wearers secluded Lake t homesites ':. the vanishing
stoners went to School Board : the recommendation of'Chief cessories.,Her corsage was of pink of> Lakeland ,pa Sunday, Aug. 14. HEALTH FACTSthat lots. $1500. up. kind. $%675. up'Easy Terms.
+ meetings to beg for a high school. Millican, and that 'the Fire Department carnations. The wedding ceremony took placein "

Doris, Day! David! !Niven Now that we are getting one, be authorized to pur- Mrs.. Rivers was gowned in light the First Baptist Church of will sate you time, man hours
Janis Paige their children say, "I've been going chase and install the item the blue, with white accessories and Gainesville, at 4:30: p. mA' and needless suffering. S, E. MCKAY REALTOR ,
,_. ,"'. I to 'Keystone '"&i ooi"aU my cost to assessed, against the a 'white. ain ti&n corsage.1"fi ; reception following the'wedding In 'accldent'case9hiropnvctic; a* r' >**- TV
i life. I want 'a 'change." If we Airport.'The'moUionwas'carried. After the wedding 'a reception was held'at the Alpha DeltaPi goes beyond the usual routine examination Mrs. M.\ Ilgen Mrs. I. Bcault"A'saocIates;

Wed., Thur.-Aug, 24, 25 don't support our school, we may Councilman Williams reportedthat was'held at the' Rivers home for house in,Gainesville. by locating nerve pressure Tel: 3071 2051 -= ,2391 '4151,
not have a complete high school. two new street' lights, pre- members of the family and .'Miss Burch. has taught school I
Chance To Attend viously authorized, had been in- friends After ,the bride had cuther for one year. Mr. Cox recently The healing and recuperative .
PLATINUM National C. D..l\eetbir tailed and were in operation. He cake., refreshments were served graduated from Law School at power of the body dependson

Director of Civil Defense, Ray also reported that a reconditioned by Mrs. Ernest Davis. and the University of Florida.Mr. a nervous system free to
Chance, will attend the Civil Defense typewriter 'lot use, of the tax collector Mrs. Jimmy Dyal. and Mrs. William Reynolds function unimpaired by nerve-
HIGH SCHOOL Association Meeting in Min- could be.I. 'purchased at a After a short wedding trip to Jill Reynolds,,Jr.. and Miss Cleva pressure. Only your Chiropractor q6 )
t nesota from September '13 till cost of approximately\ $60He: :Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Carson, all of Keystone Heights, is trained to locate and remove

mid-Oclober. was authorized to secure a ma- !Rivers 'are residing in Jacksonville attended the wedding. nerve pressure thus restoring -
d Mickey Rooney, Terry Moore, During the period of absenceof chine acceptable to' the tax col- I where he' is''attending Massey (muncH NEWS health in the shortest possible ZIKE DECORATING ''SHOP-

Dan Duryea the Director of Civil Defense lector within' this figure. Wil- Business College. > Immunity, Church
liams also reported''!.that new I The bride is a graduate of Key- Sunday, Aug. 21, 'Dr. John Mc- time.Does
a ----- parking and other'signs, had been .stone Heights School; and attended Cready will be visiting pastor at your insurance policy provide In Wiggins Building Keystone Heights
received, and were in process of I high school in Green Cove the Community Church since Dr. for Chiropractic care? We
being installed. ". t !Springs. Holt-wfll be away all this month. will be glad to check your policy
f J. The clerk wae'instnicted to post Mr. ,Rivers attended Keystone White formerly a Baptist Minister for you.

i & bulletin stating that the lamp Heights School and graduated Dr, .McCready is now holding Employees are eligible for Chiro- <[[J PON
|t Estate and Appraisal Service posts removed from the old from Bradford County High 'a high position. in the Ocala practic care .under Workmen's .
"White Way" at the time, Law- Junior College.
School. Before his recent discharge Compensation Law. .Be sure to .
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights rence Boulevard was widened, after three years of Army Summer attendance has been request Chiropractic care. Itlu."T.Oft
were for sale and Interested persons service he was a Specialist- In 'musuaHy: good, and it is hoped PAINTS & PAINTING AIDS
PHONE 4297 could appear at the September jt will continue thus. during the For Information Contact The
the 502nd Paratroop
meeting and arrange to buy I I rest of the month.
them.A giment, stationed at Fort Campbell Fred Dodd, who spoke for the I i WALL PAPER SAMPLES

LISTINGS WANTEDOn general discussion of the Ky. Gideons International on Sun- Dr. H. G. Bollinger

arbage and trash pick-up service day, Aug. 14. gave an appealingtalk
Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved resulted in a decision to check I on the splendid work of that We Do Papering and Painting
Residential Farm and Business existing in 'September, they Chiropractic Offices
Properly. this operation to see that Starting organization, citing a number of
regulations were being obser would like to meet once or twicea occasions when the Bible in FREE ESTIMATES .
728 E. University Ave Gainesville
ved. It was pointed out that the month-and if anyone so desires hotels ana penal institutions had,
INVITE can meet oftener. 426 N. Walnut St. Starke RALEIGH ZIKE Owner' "
YOUR LISTINGS.TERWILLEGAR County: Health Offtce'bad assuredfull they
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cooperation in' ;correcting There will be instruction for those -

J __: situations, resulting In fly nui- who have never learned to square Phone Keystone 4503
WI_ ----L_ sance. dance. And there will be fun for I
The town clerk advised that all So how about tearing your- Year 'Round Air ConditioningHEATING

notices had been 'posted that the self away from your TV screen _

MOTORS town offices would be open from tome evening and being a part! AND COOLING BY DUO THERM $ :
7:30: p. m. to 9 p. m. on Friday cipator rather than a spectator? y -
Aug. 5, for the convenience of Contact Arthur Maunder of the -
persons wishing to examine the Keystone Club Estates-or. his FOR AS $ 5 Aft PER

tax roll, but that no examinationswere wife Margaret Maunder,-or Mrs. LITTLE AS, WEEK

t NEW 1960 FORD CARS requested.for Joe Annual Duurer.Bar-B-Qoe PlannedThe a

__ 2 3 Estrellita Club of Keystone CALL REDFEARN KEYSTONE HTS.

:: AND TRUCKS WILL Clay County William- Beam Heights will sponsor their annual 4252HAPPY
Fill; assume the duties as Director chicken barbecue dinner on Sat- I
with prior approval of the Clay urday Aug. 27. at Keystone ,-' FOR FURTHER DETAILS-

County Commission. Mr. Beam Heights Public Beach, starting at
7 will appoint his own deputy di- .::30 and continuing till 7:30 p:
_ BE SOLD BEFORE OCT. 1st rector.In m. Adult tickets will be $1.25'

case of emergencies requir children's tickets 75c. '

ing the services of the Clay,County Stamp Display Continues HOURS RETIRED COUPLES .. ,
Rescue Unit Not 1.. Mr, Beam Belt Christoffers, Sr.,, an authority -
and Charles McOlave will be in ou rare and other kinds ot:
Our, Bank Can You
charge. In addition,. a duplicate stamps, will be at Belote's drugStore KINDERGARTENt Help
ANDHUNDREDS key will be left with the Chief of or. Wednesday afternoons
the Volunteer Fire Department from 2 to 4.0'clockJor a while to t Although they have stopped work, many retired

s Tommy Millican advise people on' their stamp col KEYSTONE HEIGHTS couples are still increasing their income beyond

This is important: to call the lectionS-Or to introduce novices their pension by saving here where ,their
Rescue Unit the following telephone to the fascinating hobby.: '
numbers should be used: This week; Mr. Christoffers will .For Children 3 to 6 Years Old savings earn in complete safety. and by wise

Mr. Beam: home' Keystone display Belgian Congo Mozambic, ,, investing; for which we have qualified advisors.

OF DOLLARS Heights 4304; office Kingsley and Angola stamps, which, 'due ; Come in and get acquainted. Our bank can help
Lake LE 3-2831. Mr: McOlave: to, recent upheavals will soon be :' ': "*, PROGRAM INCLUDES too!
home. KeYstone Heights 4278; office very scarce. you
I Kingsley ,Lake LE 32831. Perhaps you will soon ,see ;Mr. "
See Mr. Millican: home. Keystone Christoffer's collection on T. V. # Tap 'Dancing :Ballet Dancing Music THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Our '
USED CAR Ad on Heights 4367; office Keystone Why not 'see it first-hand? *_:Conversational Spanish Tumbling
Heights 2531. Fire Department: Picturesque Boat On Lake 1 '
Page 6. And Get Your I Keystone Heights 4312. Keystone Lake is beautiful, but "" "- Member P.DJ.C.

Dance Group Fonda what lake doesn't look more pic- MRS. GORDON ADAMS. A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Commnany
In our town we have a small luresqie with a sail boat? The :. .
MERCHANTS STAMPS group of people ,interested in family of C. J. O'Connor haveenhanced ..<"" :J.P'. Keystone Heights, Fla.

square dancing,' who,are anxious the beauty of Keystonealso ,

I :io contact others who would' I Lake with a little sail boat which r._ f:," Phone" -Keystone a Heights, _3641 a. '", < ,", > .
be interested alit" activity.. they are happily learning-to "
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tYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTT' and Mrs.. Earl Hayner of Lake ter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe St.. WCHam'i. Catholic Chapel TV TYVYTVTTTYVVYTTTTTTTTV1tAWP1ON YTYYTYYYVYTTYTYT9YYYY' 1For -
Geneva. Constables, Districts 1, t (OFFICIAL SEAL)
KEYSTONE PawUkouskl. Seysfana !kkld.Su ', For Ccunty SurveyorIn I William T. Jackson, Mayor
Miss Sandra Ridaught left Aug. Miss Anna G. McCUllough who Testimony Whereof I have Attwt:
1C1&7 at:4:30 ai nu
9 to visit her brother-in-law and lives ( PINE f IEJEIBin. hereunto aet my hand and affixed .llerriU._ Edwards City Clerk
at the White
Feather Court
HIGHLIGHTS sister. S. Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Holyday.Mass atT00. a. .... the Great Seal of the State of tjll( St 'I|!t
1 left on Wednesday for Washing- Tuesday Ma& 'at $:00 a. 'm. Florida At Tallahassee the Capital, -

.TTYTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTT. Barton,the of Tampa. She accompanied t o, D. C., where she will visit her Confessions'before'-a4' UaserSaptisms #By- ltle Un.; D.} 4 C.a IBBb tr 34- ; H. M. 31tH" this 9tUUJ1vUUAlW1AUAi1 5,.ibr tat! day of August A. D. \OTWB:>FICTITIOrS OF 1VTETTIOX: NAPE TOAE61T
Bartons when .
they returned niece end husband Mr. and Mrs ,.;mania8e4,.4 and is- tuuuaaa..aeuutua.Mrs (SEAL) Notice is hereby given that t1wu1crrlgned. t
(Continued from Preceding Page) home from Keystone. Clarence Pothergill of Alexandria. structtons'byanpolatmeat,; ;; I R. A.. GRAYSECRETARY I under the provisionof
Mr. and Mrs. John Coplen and and Mrs. 0. C. Cannon OF STATE Chapter 20.933. Laws of Florid
to his -own knowledge been a children of She will also visit in, Monongahela The revival closed last Sunday 8'11: 4t 9/t Acts of 1941 will register with tit
force for good.St. Mishawaka. Ind., recently Pa., where she lived all her rlsited over theweekend- with night at Pine Level Church after Clerk of the Circuit Court in an
spent ten days as guestsof life until from coMMiNii'V) cl UJih{ {' their son and daughter-in-law, for Bradford County. Florida. npS I
William's Catholic Church retiring the public a-great SUC(' S8.- Several people NOTICE OF RUCTION: receipt of proof of publication
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cooper school system. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mr, and Mrs. II C. Dew,in Yulee.MissJes6l&Ma I will be AUGUST: 2. IUD this notice the fictitious name toO id
Tickets out for St. I! next Sunday
are now
and family. Mrs..Cpoper and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack and p ( \\t -v:Brannen of I, William T. Jackson Mayor of, Starke Typewriter Service und>k
William's Catholic Club's Annual j Coplen are sisters. When the !I Dr. A. C.' Holt, MinisferSirs. partow? spentWednesday.'of last I I night 'as aresult of the 'revival. the city( of Starke. Florida by which 1 em engaged tn business *bSO
Ham Supper. It will be at the daughter. Harriet are living inI, .'3. Ret&erington I I We had good attendance throughout \irtue.of the! authority vested in me, 4 N. Walnut St. Starke, Florid
cWoman's returned to Indiana, the { $ peek with her father, J.. J. Bran- law, do
the Chnstoffers house on Peach I' the by hereby call an election P. R. Gomes 304 N. Walnut ItSfarke
services and thank allvisitors
Club be
and will Oi
serving Cooper's son, i alit and Choir. D1rietAr.'t nenl to be held at the Fire Station. in '
Larryreturned Street. They came to Keystone I' M j;; n :'iMi.anti'Mrd Fla., sole owner.Dated
from 5:30: till 7:30: on Saturday Sunday, School 9:00, :, : fbrthftir interest the aforesaid town by qualified
with them for extended visit sal Mora < j I
an from : p;' Lott. Mr: this nth day of JulY Util
Newberry. Mr. ,
Harper is Mrs. i. M. Frier voter on Tuesday September 1J,
evening. Sept. 3. There will be with them and other relatives. In: Worship 10:00. a. m. pnd Mrs. P.: 1C :lijtt .. ;-Brenda and daughter. X D.. 1S60. for the PUfPOs'ot electingr at Starke. Bradford County, Florida
at .:
Keystone State .Jf"
wonderful prizes. Adult tickets I I Gladys Reeves and grand- ; 4t sin iI
tV: following officers
Mr. and Mrs. :
George Findley [ W. ?
Bank ana Harriett will I Sysi pottC.! Slade Ted
be in the _
will be $1.25; children, 75c. of Gainesville recent week- ..Y.YYYY.YYY.YY. ,f daufhter of Macon Ga., Mr. and GROUP 1one Alderman for
were VVMELROSE Curtis
.YY spent Sunday at' Gold
We to have Father 9th grade this year. { Mrs.: Marshe Wilkerson of Bos- two years.GROUP.
were happy end i .
gufils of .
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Head.
'Branch I .
i Miss Maxine Jones, daughtercf I ; o I H.-One Alderman I '
Michael Devaney of Norfolk, Va. and : twick and Mr. and Mrs.:Carl Andrews for THE RIGHT POINT for th
Cooper son Gary. I Roy-Morgan retorted to'HarapQn two years.GROUP
Mr. &nd Mrs. i
with us this week. Father De Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith and I Frank Jones has ,of .Gainesville were Saturday way you writ*. Come In and {lie-
| t Saturday for:frwxlayp after III Alderman for
vaney who is vacationing with i family left for been at Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly T TTTTTTTTT I I visitors of Dr. and Mrs. W E. two years.Inspectors. I legit your favorite ESTERBBO01
Monday a vaca-: ] yT finishing his basic training1'at Ft.
Ridgecrest N.
C.. since the
Hall. Fountain
relatives In Keystone, was able to i tion in Northern Georgia, where (Continued from Page) :Jackson. C; ,. For Said Election: 1 Pen. TELEGRAPHs
j first week in June where she is ; *' ; f* James Mrs Margaret Blankenshlp
A. McRae is
relieve Father Dougherty by spending a
saying i they will enjoy seeing a few member of the K? : Mr. iLo Mrs EJ Lv'Brbvm rand Albert L. Crosby Jr.
a staff.
Mass in the She will have returned ''home ; few davs with his Mr.
mornings. ;mountains and rolling alter spending parents. P. c. "Pee Wee" Dampier
country. sonx-Mrs T F, Brown and
be] coming home the last week in ? Billy and Mrs. J. W... Mrs. Ernestine Denmark
First Baptist Church McRae, before
Miss is 'a week'with friends and relatives
Peggy Payne recovering August. : .Weestspent Sunday at Earltonj1n' Albert Foster
On Sunday. Aug. 21, Dr. O. L. returning to Bermuda for duty. CYPRESS1ARDE
from a tonsilectomy which was! Air andson in Georgia Beach. ? ... i Charles Hardy .
: and Mrs. Frank Jones ._ !
I < tMfsj Tames was stationed Mrs J. E.
Walker of Deland will be the 'recently at Hardy
performed on August 2 at AlachuaCounty last Mabel Wooster Ari .Mrs_andJMrf; : M.: lisWatterson.tit. Mrs.
speaker at both morning. 'an d spent weekend In Daytona of ng- Cape Hatteras with the Navy. Peggy Shatter
General Hospital. Gaines and Mrs. K ; Ray Stone I NS :
BI.Watteson; andrr..andm.1
Beach with Mr. and Mrs. sister
evening services, in the absenceof ville. Peggy makes her home !ton, Va. is visiting her Dr. sine Mrs. W. E. Hall are Mrs. Owen Vaughn .

vacationing pastor,. Rev. J. R. with her sister and brother-in- John Jones'Lanier.sister. Mrs. Lanier is Mr. :Mrs. Charles Wingenback.: Mrs. a ,fafaily.'rennion.at;;:L- Watterson: ( ..attended visiting their son and daughterinlaTT i i subscribe Ia Testimony name whereof, I hereunto air#than kdii ,1 I IIl
Kings my
with. Dr. Walker is the Dean of law, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haertle Lt. and Mrs. Rand Edelste in ,'!Wooster plans to make her home, Mountain_ :Battle Groundjrf North' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Guy Seal of the said town and to cause be here the : tplaiplJlpkllp : -
the School of Religion at Stetson on Silver Lake. ,: HalL in Cocoa this week:: 'unto affixed this' the 2nd day of
\i i.jn, irose.. Carolina. Mrs. K.. B.. Wattersonleft
University. who recently moved to Fort BenDing Ir.ana, Mrs. J. W. McRae''had ,.\u&U&. A. D., 1SSO.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael .
Devaney thereto, visit her mother.Jn.Porksvillc. ,
St. Anne'i EpiscopalThe Ga.. spent the weekend, in I The.many friends of Mrs.:Edna as recent' guests Mrs. Bertha.Doc- -
and Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon of
Long Va. for two weeks The .
men of St. Anne's Church Island. N. Y and the s Keystone'! with Mrs. Edelsteir'sparents I .Cooper: will .be $lad to know she ? Roc and children of Douglas Ga -
:; Devaney'anNng '
Wattersons also visited '
in Keystone Heights are'pl son Rev. Father Michael De- Mr .and Mrs: Sam Gard-- plans:.to visit:Melrose hi the late. other points id North and South slid-a niece Miss Diane Han of AMBULANCE SERVICE' rt
and Lt. Edelstein's 1
their annual Fish Fry for Friday I' vaney. Jr. of Norfolk, Va.. are :October of early htoveaibei'. Carolina. Jacksonville. I PHONE
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christoffers, WO
evening Aug. 26. For $1' I50c for guests of Mr. and Mrs. fMr. Mr;?:'aw? Mrs: J.; W. McRaeJamea 4-2600 i
CasperBrune ; and Mrs..o. B. Mr.- and Mrs. D. E. and I
i ; Jngram; Jr., < Hill,
children ,can have Cedar and-Diane-HaH: visited Mr,
you <
and daughter. Bernice, of DeWitt C.
and Daughters are visiting relatives inCrlanoo Jones Funeral Home i
Key mullet, hushpuppies, cole Keystone Club Estates. Mrs. Mr. ana Mrs. G. S. O'COnnorand familyof orthVernoti,:tod. and Mrs; Robert Taylor and fam- f

slaw baked, beans, coffee and Brune Mrs.: Devaney and Mrs. daughter Karen, and Mrs{I 1''visited Annie and". Addle,'fet re- this.week., Miami. and Bradenton, n ihs at Ralford Friday. DeWitt C. Jones Registered. Funeral Director I
O'Connor's parents Mr. and Mrs-I
soft drinks. "All can eat"their Is cently. :
you Dillon sisters. '
sloganImportant are Thomas Crawford all of Laurel li;;1 orr.rr; 'ami'Mrs Dock" Tison' wereof. The Hampton Baptist Brotherhood \o'rirn OPoc EJ.Ef'TIOY Starke, Fla.Rental.Seirice .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer spent met last Fridayriight., : 'it known that I, R. A. GRAY I
of Mr. and 'Mrs. Mrst
Md '
are guests
Reminder last week in Brevard N. C. at the Mr.and Dock Ttonfwer! the' church fora steak. Secretary State of the State: of I : Hospital i.Reds, Wheel) Chairs Cratches
You are asked to remember the C. J. O'Connor and children.Miss Mrs. Tisdn'afather,:G.-S.'C3iam-: supper Florida do' hereby give notice. that 1
Iransylvania Music Camp, and wlttr2ff'members,. and guests preseat. a. General Election will be held tn -
TB mobile x-ray unit which will Marilyn Prendergast a berlin;' her aister.'MrS.; 'A! M: ETadforiT
other places of interest. in North .. :Jim Lawson County State of Florida
be in visitor from Ireland. Is the guestof Howellr her was. (iguestspeaker on,, Tuesday+ next the
Keystone on Friday. Sept.fom10a.in.tolp.mand3 2. aunt. Miss Martie :
Carolina. her uncle and aunt Mr.. and Chamberlin. and, : Lester Slade_Gene]i; Dirt. ,. listMonday: in .November,-.A., D.. I, "We eliminate the middleman's profltttI.
p- Michael. Wendell. and Lynn great-niece Miss and'.Bill Underwood cooked'\ the 96A,. the' said .Tn"sday.being the
m., to 6 p- m. Everyone over 18 Kelly of Columbia S. C. are Mrs. Casper' Brune of Keystona Mozelfe- Christian. steaks.JSJrsl jnghtH5} 'Day of November.FOJ .
should take Club. Estates. Marilyn Clyde Barney; son ;'' P.eflreseatatveinCottgrese! for One Quart
advantage this .or Jrfr and
opportunity guests of their
grandparents. Mr. ::Milton Masher. Mrs. W"P.UcElroy. the, EIGHTH Congressional District With Each
the U. S. in June and : FREE
for a free x-ray. and Mrs. Wilmer T. Holzendorf.of Mrs. Glynn Rothhainmer'; I rcele-:' For Three (3)) Justices of the Su I.
for the next six months! .".Mrs. Norma ''Melton J
PersonalsS. Lake Geneva. Keystone I brated his1 fourth birthday onAugust P !I1e' Court I 1 ; or Gallon '
Sgt. and Mrs. Richard: Barton Mr. and Mrs.. C.: H. Simmons i 16. Mra. Jean Stewart of. GainesviUA or; Judge of the District Court ofppeal One you buy. !
Mrs. Mary Smulski is expectedhome : : for the First Appellate District s
and Mrs, C., L. -
Cooper and Mis.
and small daughter Tonda Jo. this weekend after being and fOUl children, from Hunts-, Glad l to hear Mrs. Bill lila,le- : : 9
of Tampa were recent guests of gone most of the summer visiting \rills Ala., are house guests of: ton is back' fI'Olriatbe .Bradford Jack Mabry of Starke left< last For Judicial 2 Circuit Judges of the bight Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.g8'Gal. t
week to attend the SoutherntistWMU Circuit[
Mrs. Simmons' uncle and aunt Li Bar-
Mrs. Bartons parents Mr. andMrs. friends and relatives in Delaware County HospitaL For GovernorFor

Harold Rldaught They also and New Jersey. Mrs. Smulskimakes ) Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Widegren-I Roy Fisk and Mr. and Mrs.- crest. N. C.Conference In Ridge- For Commissioner Secretary State Agriculture : MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
I arrived in Keystone-
visited Sgt. Barton's family Mr.[ her home with her daugh- They Mumma have' Returned ,jhomeafter The Shafers have been For State Superintendent of Public
Monday Aug. 8. Mr Simmons Is remodeling 501 N.W. 8th
spending >4 week's vacation Instruction An. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588That's

connected with the Missile School' n-South' Florida! their station at the east For For Attorney General .... ,,, -"; ": ," ,-..' ..- ,, ,
i in Huntsville. Melrose-Duplicate Winners end of Hampton. For State Comptroller Treasurer -. -. ,- -.... '.--'. -- ,--- --
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Winners' of? the' Melrose Duplicate Hill were For- Railroad and Public Utilities
CHURCH recent overnight guests of the Commissioner
Bridge Clul? this week were: Marvin Rosier For State Attorney of the Eighth Our Business
SERVICE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS first place:.Mrs. 'Roland Bryan family near Law Judicial Circuit

j.. R. Smith pastor Ralph and Evan:Spires; second place, tey.Raleigh.. Brannen and Arde For Senatorial State District Senator of the Fifteenth 1 i U It's Glass -J We Havt III. !

Copeland. Minister of Music and J. W. Strawn and Mrs. A.C.. went For One' Member of the House of I I CALL WRITE or VISIT
to.Illinois last.week to pickup Representative' *
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church organist. Spires; third' place Mrs. : I
Burch; For
Countyjudge &
a new school bus-
Services: Sunday School; 9:43a. : Hutson and Mrs: Walter Gre>eldkfoUrth' .Richard For Clerk of the Circuit Court Joe Peters Glass Co.
.Mrs. May. and. Melody, ..
.- m. Morning Worship 11 a: mCI : place, Dire. Alice' Ketchum] Sheriff !
and Billy Weest .of Homes la For Tar Assessor ..
Training Union, 7 p. m Evening and Mrs. Helen Phelps. For Tax Collector
I and Miami 'are visiting relativesLere. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
|services u For County Superintendent r
P. om.j, of Pu'blie
.this week., Instruction We Modern Store FroaM
4 "Make church'worship a familyaffair. > Faith Presbyterian J
\ : I Mr, and Mrs.,A. DLBryantr Brand For Supervisor; of Registration!
Just for
SALES Chli'rk ; Melrose Homer are viSiti g'relatives, Board For: Three at (3) Members of the'i Mail Us;: A
4. County
Commissioners. t Table Tops
!inFort Myers for two weeks., meta 1. 3 d .i _
ST. AN!."E'S EPISCOPAL Sunday serviceshurch:
School! r '
-- SERVICE CHURJCH, KEYSTONE i45;: am.. Mug Worship.-! : 11 Mrs., .M. ,MAlatchetf, : Mrs! K.OIU.Two Public (2)Instruction tempera, Dicta of the T Board& 4 -_ .3'NJY.J'k:P'. ., G lnesville. Fla Phone! Fit Z-4$8

Sundays '- 9:30 a. m.. Church Oeorge. WiHlams..and) Hilda, Warrerf *pr, Justices of the 'PeaceDistricts
ajn. Rev James' R:Neite"j1.!;
.. p as- accompanied Mrs. Matchetfs
,' ,
School,.9:30: ajiu. Morning-Prayer t .
TIC' OR Rfc and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy Son1arne, to Jacksonville! tI

c ,.,5 Communion). 6 .p-m.,. Epiacopa TRiLTYEPISCOPA; It] where .he,caught a plane tore- I I
It meeoaumoRCA woodland SERVICE ON r Young, uiurcnmen. ,' .CHtitCH;_ 'MELRASE turn week's, home visit,to.New York'after* a!

Holy Days 7:30 inn, Holy heret i : .
SALES A REPAIRS 4-69O1 ALL MAKES ; Sundays-_ .10. : Vandals have been,
Church smearing; '': .Q' ; .
Communion. '
I" Third Wednesday, Paris. j SchooL 11:15,a.m.? Morning[ ly- lettering on the, new street. signs )1L d* I &ki-" .

,, RADIO Covered Dish Supper '6 or 6:30:: er ,and enn n.F1lJt.( Stinday, since they'were': installed a' few T

SHEPHERDs ? I Holy m.muntQn.6p.m.( Episcopal weeks ago. Anyone .caught doing: '
& pjn.The 'Churchmen this is.subject to fine ,
Young pay. a ,'
? CALL.. STARtE Rev, Millard H.- Breyfo gle, : ', ac
Vicar.efactric _' Holy Days'i _, la .a. m.' .Holy Cording to. W. M. Phillips, assistant .

rlnnm"nlnt___ __ 'marshal..
I -n ---- f
.N '"' --, _- i .The' Rev Millard H. Bre'foVicar. g 1e, .The-Lester' McCulIough family

enjoyed a picnic at Sampson 1 b g

I" Lake: last.Sunday to: celebrate
ac:,: .+s,: ., .{r .,4a .. *
%n q. : : : : : va .AA..A. .... ........4.RlSJNG' the' birthdays' Lester McCul-

w%". :.a :f taugh,,Ernie Southeriand, Marilyn t 9

: Thornton, Alma, Jean'. Prevatt; FOR BACK-TQ-SCHOOL

Birgie Hudson.,Edwbi Vickery, ,

.. .. .' I and Arthur'Thornton.} S
.:.. ?\Y'' : .By Sin. ) ordoa"JonesiMrs. ]? -
,., \' i;' .. II r iv.t+tirttaif.ytrn..ri..v.e
t\ y} ; M1 .9YYyy..YYW... ..VI
':' .; t. xr' .h\<:r.i? ;i.L.;: .a; ., c ;
n;ai\ >;1. _\r txgo.j: :: ex t a ".+ "aC.e'x
xt'"q :; L. : Beatrice Dochring arid I
wa -liother. Mrs*'.7. WW Ellis;; of| Mi. ILAl H ILL; Special Offer For Students

amt are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. ECis. By 3Ir .:J.. L. Strietland
,. i
Mr and:" Mrs. ,Cecil''' DOur} ,..6..6..AAA&.4A&- ...'.. ,

... have returned' home after vac Mrs, Viva Martin of Lawtey I ; Famous .

w :Z A 4 toning- -, in.' the mountains.. i risite.1Padgetts. her' _oonntB,_ _n__.,,, thP.__. Vnuvan_ _...;._. :
,.Mrs ,Anna-Jean Alvarez) .has of:: Clay Hill and ,when

moved back to Starke from Jack she relumed home she decided :

yh: ronViller, : her eight clilldren''Weren't enough ESTERBROGK

\ Mrs. Thruman Jones and; sons company, so she took Nellie Lang, _

of Lady Lake and Mrs. 'HfcrbertNbrmanand her sisters, Rosalee and Lizzie "
\ CdrNr? ,
p\a. c:
.. : ;; t children of Oklawabawere her .brothersO.JS and Skinney Fountain Pens

...., ; .,visiting Mr and Mri .: Edward and: :..we. don't know: how n any'

Noiman. and relatives. more to keep her from getting

...., Mr. and Mrs., Ray Grif }have: 1 lonesome. All, we can say is wei i ; With Any Point PI'gm=

returned. after vacationing in. are glad, it was Villa instead, of I

r, .: Maryland.. : Bessie. to contend with all) of i
... Mr. and Mrs Ray Stone and these:. '
OF Ytiiir
daughter spent theweekend at Understand that, Buddie ,' Wilkinsons' Choice,

- Kingsley Lake.
.: ; chickens were inj the
: ;..-,' 'f.r Mrs:-Ta'Alvarez of the state top five agars in, their poultry""

r i : t Farm ..was visiting Mr B cIi..AJ)- project., Congratulation4! f. (Eitertrook Pens. Regularly. Sell For $ '.9S)

l ,dish v s her gives \arez on Thursday. | Jimaiie Budd Lang returned'"to l, ,

I mommy UrSvMarvel Warren of Giines- training camp Thursday of last '

vine 'spent the weekend with her week after, spending- nice PoiritscAvaiable! Shorthand
a' fur
: :1, I sister Mrs. ThelmaDyal General Writing;
a ;,: lough at home. .. ;
II '

, c.. ,).:ii.n: ... 1 spent Mr. the and weekend.Mrs. Robert in Bowen Mrs. Marie Dupree and' Mrs. Student, Signature Stub, and- Others.} !

< EXTRI H ORB ............. Palatka' Albert Smith of Jacksonville
f .. withjiis parents
: ;,
'it'I'; .i : .. P"". .. Charlie Bowen. 'the Richard Langs oC day
_. : a button.. ', Hill'Thursday. of:.last1\ wee h
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Mr. ana JJrs., A. C. Ellis
: :
were '
[;c' ;;: What mother won't exchange the daily monotonous dishwashing ; \ dishes are- /: entertained: last Sunday with-f. The, Albert: Smith family! recently I N01EBOOK?

-\ -,.',,,' ., ,chore, for added ".EXTRAHOURS"time for \.'"done.....!.......' I birthday' dinner for both.; :Those visited* relatives in-Tampa_!j : C

'" "' her family,friends and recreation? Washing and drying loads .: ,attending were Mr. and MrL A. _Mr. air d Mrs Walter Lang and,
,- .-. ''. of dishes is no fun-unless you have an Electric Dishwasher? !T:Ellis oIIakeliii&:, : and Mi.arid family, and Mr. and- Mrs. flene' Red and White

t 1 :" (and a flam -Cree.fame-free automatic Electric Water Heater ;Mrs. C..B., Ellsworth and grandson Fang and babr daughter, ail .of '' '

..: for extra convenience). Then'its just a breeze! Stack: the =- ,!Sobiy McCann.. of Dade City..Tampa;-t: relatives,to Jack; I t wih|} "BRADFORD1 HII'j
Mr.. and ,Dire: sonyilfe Clay/ HUT last weekend :
dishes Huntley .. Printed
,glasses silver and
'- ;\ pots in your Electric Dishwasher... and daughter of .Milllngtbn.1 Of course, Jo'Ann andiMraxr' J, on Cover Plus-Tax I
press a button. and walk away. Everything is automati r r-:
,-. Tenn aif visiting1 Mrs. H tl talked so much' they let the biscuits

tally washed-rlnsed."sanitized.* by scalding hot water and mother Mrs.;Myrtle Barnes,,. 1.'il burn again! :
: I
dried sparkling bright with hot air. tam lY: Mr.. and Mrs:,..Albert Nnrmnn1 f Reg
; .i.O-
J< You need added "EXTRA HOURS for modern living and Miss Carolyn Jones has return-j',' and sons, and Theodore Nopnao [ ? Notebook Paper-3 for 25c

relaxation. Don't be a dishwasher-buy one A penny will ea1 home aftet} ai week's of HUhland:, .visited, the Strick

: wash dishes for 8 people! -electricity it the biggest bargain in her aunt and:uncle Mr. and Mrs. land& Sunday afternoon. ,

.. town. See the built-in or portable models at your electric 1 s I Minza'phial to'Lakeland. > .We eresarrytolearn..that Mra., : 25c
Reg Books
..: t appliance dealers and plumbing contractors now. Mrs:Cecil Thomas and children Charles iBettyl Mosley is ia the r' : CompositioD -. 20c each

e.- of Nie.+le were visiting here hpspftal jor.a'fewdayspalidithatill:2enoarvis

._ las! week* ; _-- : '" $ : isn't improving,as 1"";':'
r -- :_/ .Mr. &1U lMrs.. Edward ,
tet V ; Norman wjeUashoped for Our. pastor
h l l1tJ IVCWJIt,. ; Lt.. &wrme
.rr04ta 1 had cs Sunday dinner guests Jt L R v.. George:; 3usm. wa1- able;itabedixiurged
FLORIDA POWER 3 arid/MrsI Gerald'Suggs of),Bald;' ( : 'from-the ,hospital BtdfcTd County
o d. COMPANY win. Rev.'.Suggs1 Is the... piea 1 r this wee k: and-we.hope hewillbestomp" lj : TeIeaph

.tr... -- HttP/N aUILD '1.0'IIDA 4 h'drttuldep tlsF Cl1ur Ji.' a)1Te) Lo some' toes"' again .

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I ft"n"yyy".,..""".",, and Mrs. Temple attended college I I
there. They also visited Mn; and w fi
.l : isl I
iKOOKER Mrs. James Page in Thomasville,
Ga. They arrived home Friday NEWS.OE. INTEREST TO COLORED :
FilE IE !
By Shirley' Green night. ,.&:.. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY '

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; ... .. ........ ......u f..i&&a&&a& By bora; Shell MERC"ANTS

Mrs. AI Rain of High Springs LAPTEV i % : i.".. .l..."4 .'A : .& ..&.. #.. .. GREEN 5T

was visiting,her mother, Mrs-Ma- Starke Visitors great day at Bethel-Mrs.

mie Hodges, Thursday afternoon. By Enza. Blanchard I'Marshal reporter, '
-: Jack McDavid' of Pompano auwuAaa..aaaa..aeuaMarriage Corporal and Mrs. Gad Tyson Ebeneser Baptist Church.

Beach. visited Mr and Mrs. A. F. s?pent ten days furlough with E. ,Robinson pastor, will "

McDavid and family last week. Announcement, lelatives and friends in South regular communion services AAtPS'I
Harry Edwards and Miss Theo Mr. ana Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr
Starke. Mrs.: Tyson is the daugh-i Sunday starting with SU Q
Hartman o{ Jacksonville spent innounee the marriage their '
School at 10 a. m. Supt.
of Mrs! Simon
ter Mr. and ;
the weekend with his mother, daughter, Adel Trudis Dinkins to Bryant. in charge; morning

i Mrs. Lottie Edwards. James O. Burton on August 13th ,Mitchell Sr._ and a recent grad ship at 11 a. m.f music by !

Mr. and Mrs.,Raiford Tetstone, at Snyder Memorial Church in :.uate. of RJE. The Tysons' will re- :choir; 3 p. m. Federation will

Xfr. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone and Jacksonville. The double ring side, ,at Camp Bell, Kentucky:,!'held at the church; 7:30 p.. : f

children, all of Jacksonville, and reiemonj was performed by Rev. where Cpl. Tyson win be stationed evening worship and Holy Merchants Green Stamps I

Mri( and Mrs.. Buck Tetstone cf R. J. Gisler. indefinitely: munion. All members are asked h ; With Your Purchase cf '
Gainesville-: were visiting Mr. and The groom is the son of Mrs. iLaid i attend if .
I unable please
Mrs., George Tetstone Sunday. ward Burton of Tampa. After they ,I To Rest ;'ward leaders; so they may see + $5.00 or More Food OrderName

Mr. and Mrs.' Jamie RhodertaKd'famflyflf !jeturn from their wedding trip I On Saturday, Aug. 13, the, late a' complete report.- Mrs. itan t

i ; Jacksonville visited theyrill reside in Jacksonville. M, W. Strong was laid to rest in ,.English, reporter. ess i a1
Mfc apd:Mrs. Ned': Hicks Sunday'ftetnocJ Mii Burton \is tin employee of Aol
; Allen Chapel M. E. +
Cl\ 21 1960 i
the family cemetery in Palatka.j i iafter' Expires i August ,
l long standing I y
at, the Navy .
Rev. L A.: Sampson pastor,
solemn services, at
I rMiss.Freida] Logan of'Pompano ,Vacation Bible. School held at Washington very Shores Presbyterian 'hold pastoral services on : : 1 ,_-. CODE ST

Beach; impending: two weeks with the First;.Baptist Church:last week Sunday School will begin at'10
Church in Orlando. The deceased
the>A. PL.MeDa:> id>famUy, was -gieRt; success. There was nu Fannie Belle Frazier
b the brother-in-law of Allie
Mr: and Mrs. EVan' Hodges an average;, daily attendance off
charge: morning worship at 11
Strong,.employee at the Bradford
visited'bET mother*. MrS Lizzie 1. We:believe it ,,.a$ a benefit to m.;, evening worship at 6 p.
County Hospital. The Strongs reside -
Gf eo. in'Palalka'Triufsday'' afternoon tU "(10'' took part.; The Comntencemtntl '
All Steward Board members
:Ii Lawtey and have the j
?? ,. : on Friday ,evening
asked to meet at the home
deepest of all their
,;r r'ei..Gieel1.sPent. ; last'watkrendiwitb was,weIr,attended and the chil friends in Bradford County, : Mrs.. A. R. Randolph at: 3' p. PORK : 849c
BudiBlatodrintMadison.Mr. : : drert and. g9.ve.'a
i young, folks good Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten :!Sunday for an important, CHOPS
and. Mrs. L. C. Kelley andsons" performance1 showing results oftti' Plans
ing. must be completed
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Will open Aug. in youth .
or Waldo visited'hia moth I. week's w rk. Then refreshments .
,Women's Day in September.
building of New Bethel Baptist
Mrs. Rosa Kelley Sunday after- of home made ice cream .
Church at 8:30': a., m. for all, chil-;! Stewards and Class Leaders LEAN MEATY
aoon. and cake were enjoyed. : asked meet the at:
dren of pre-school age. Recreation .to pastor ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauldtn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of
church promptly at 5 p. m.
music and rest period will
and,daughters of Pompano Beach Webster are spending a few' Jays be some of the features' of.the'. ',ness of vital importance, must, SPARERI'RSB49d.
I were yUtyinf; M& andf Mr r AJ P.' with Mrs- V. R. Reddish and Mr. transacted. Please be
Persons interested may
McDavidfaod family recently. 1 end Mrs. B. E. Reddish. Mrs.
Junior Church and Choir
Pauline :
contact Mrs.
r.trC1 Evan Httil !' ,teit1.Mf..: Ttiemiaf Wilson of Jacksonville
Rt. 1, Box 218" of phone WO. 4- ..; sal every Monday at 5, p.. m. R .
lU\f.l\fri. Carl Edwards in Gaines. vas a ,recent guest of the B. E. member sick and
our htl -
7394. tAdVhFrePlauninff:
vrlletSdndaj afternoon: Reddiiics. I.
In Progress I members. Do your dutyas
A1E. and.Mrs.' Tom Parrish>and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wain- Christian Missionary-Mrs. E.
The pie-planning for
sorof lake' City were Sandaj wright oi Jacksonville were visit- program
t teachers began Monday with W. Givens reporter. .
sUetlioonl' guests of Mrs. MamieHodges ing Mt. and Mrs. Truby Wain-
'. 2. Comas, specialist in Secondary+I| Antioch Baptist Church, TOP QUALITY WESTERN MATURE
wright Sunday. i I George Lee- pastor, held a
Education, serving as consultantfor ,
: MrsEveftri: Wall and family Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts the entire day Mr..' ,Combs I i I successful Women's Day with? 4'
of mpan0,Beach were Sunday ,have returned from a vacation i in
i brought some interesting information .,! following reports: $is. Mary ; R4)Clsl
,iynchjson; guests- the A. F. MeMr the mountains of North Carolina i II $52 Fiesta Social
.j away, : ;
on accreditation, certification
David ml1y.,. ?nd, Tennessee. On Sunday they '
state policies and a report $10; grand total $317.51. _, .
undiMri.Ned Rica and I II I visited Mr. and .Mrs. George'Rob-. I thanks who
from the President's White-I to everyone
I sons attended j revival services athe" t::erts Jr.. in Tallahassee. Richard I 8+
in Woman's Pr
house Conference: Children our Day
; Churchof.;Christ in Alachua tame home' with them to spend '
4 and Youth. A "Question Box"session 'Chain an. Sis. Maggie
Thursday; gM. the week along with another
% facilitated the' interest:[Captain No. 1, Sis. Truely
Mr: ,and' Mrs William Keltej rj grandson. David Silcox of Starke.
and variety of the day. Tuesday, !$52.27; co-captain Sis.
I i
Mr.j.and Mrs. Earl Teston ,and
and.amily' of Pt.; LauderdaU 9 greetings were brought to the i Willians; Captain No.2,
were rtsttii1g' Mr and Mis., A. F family' and Mrs. Dave Tanner
/ : Louiza Brown $174.44
group by Supt. H. P. Morgan. ; -I; ,
Mcpavid 4Sujidajr atteruoon.aumie were in Jacksonville Sunday. I itairt. .
; The guest consultant was Mr. ,Sis Arata Williams, -
$ Elder'returned ham Tlvisited with, Mrs. Teston'ssisters : Dodemeaoe, Area Specialist in'NOTICE ? J3

I to,Mobile. Ala. Sunday aft:; ,' Mrs Marion( Tucker Mrs: Guidance and Testing Services I! Tha Carnation Social Club L

tpendinc the summer with hisgrandmother. ,' Geneva McCaffery and their Palatka. The features for Wednesday I meet Monday ,Aug., '22;at I / .
families Earl's brother G. W.
,< :Mrs Verlie Johns. and and Thursday will be ,,iome of Mrs. Alma Jenkins -

Mrs: BeeUe" ConerlY" of Hague r'Teston,.and family. workshops in science and mathematics Pleasant City. All members .a
t I
Jennie Lou Jenkins, IT ,
was visltln her sisters..lIrS. Rosa asked to be .
with local personnel as'| present and.on '
KeUeytena;: .MfsTMattie'\ Sbwdls, tf'' Mr; and' Mrs. Johnny Jenkins'' consultants. Thursday afternoonthe \ r- ..: _
4 Sunday afternoon j of Jacksonville Is spending' thewtek Bradford County Teachers -=:-; .

Mrs. Roxie ThomaaNjrPfompancCeach ;, ;, and Mrs with O-her J. Anders.grandparents, Mr.. meeti ig' was' held with President,, Cash paid for good clean,, MAYFAIR SLICED LONG

was ,the Saturday night t; Joseph D. Greene in charge.. On:' Un rags ,iNo Khaki or & ;
\ I Mr- and Mrs. H. E. Priest and NKS 6 29t
guest"of,!Mr:t and ,Mrs. A. F. Me-, 'family enjoyed'an outing at Silver Friday the acquaintance social!! Brink to Bradford County 11 39c

David' and family: Springs Sunday and tour will be conducted, All :1 graph. OZ I
l\11!StAnnHti Oreeh'fe'' residing! teachers are'functioning committees -'
J Friends of Mr. and Mrs. FrankWainariglrt' I
in Ocala ,where she will be teaching due to the plans made by I j.
'Jacksonville willbe.intereated'
1J'-' at Anthony .High. School this the planning committee:. Principals I I ::1' 1 r c,
to know that their
i telUMrc .. Eddie Th mpkins, C. C. An- I

., .,and'Mr*"Drl- a-re nl and" of-Douglas daughter., Bettie Knight became of Jacksonville the bride e rsoiw and:;: Supervisor, Shell' .ii WILLlfttfS: r'r I II J I 3, Ib I

( family returned Friday after aweek's the presenCe'' of members .of Advisors:: 3upt, H. Morgan and' r ,

vacation at Santa Fe Lake..jin families and a few closet General' 61 Supervisor/! :. HI; Gibson.I H Ha 'JEWELRY I II

Teni1.Br nda", Louise; an t : "The- wedding took place Planning win be held in the individual 1 ; can j9CI
school centers. Aug. 22-
Eloise McDavid--.enjoyed, Sundaj I 1It:: the Beaver: Street Baptist ,,
::afternoon at Silver Springs. I Church, the Pastor officiated. 27..School,.will-open for all pupilson i WATCHES DIAMONDS' ; THIS PURCHASE'
AUK 29v CUI1 If.who will,eater I WIWS500
Am Sally Hodge is a patientin ; : Miss Arthurine Blanchard of REPAIRS '
first grade, for.. the first time FOOD ORDER
Kings .Memorial Jacksonville weekend
Hospital at t; spent Guaranteed!
j Lake Butler,. I:ith Miss Enza Blanchard. On will'have to'bring Jjlr K, certifi 1 All Work'
cates'to'vertfy their; Parents
;, Mrs. James Temple and daughter Satuiday they visited their aunt areasked' tar please' age bring these;i A. C. Williams! nos toraotr c

Larie. visited her parents, I Mrs., John J. McLeod and! took children. Buses'will run the regu,; 142 W. Call.SU 1A:
; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lanman. Sr, I her out for lunch. Mrs. McLeod _
lar scridules; according to Starke, Fla.
in Norfolk. Nebr. for three weeks: 'is! a former resident of Lawtey .c --
Principal Eddie Thompkins, d1s= T.. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
While there Larie celebrated heiiiftttf Mrs. Robert E. Lee was guest '
'birthday. Rev. James Tern of' her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. 0.L patcher. Tournament r '"_. ., 1.1 I RATH'B BLACKHAWK COOKED
Junior :
pie and i Jimmy joined them for iweek's j L. Peterson, on Sunday.: Karen HICKOMY SMOKEDBoneless
American t
The team sponsored by $.00 Ham
v1 It. While there the yOn and Johnny who had been with : TI ,
Legion Post 314 participated THIS COUPON EXPIRES
their grandparents for the week rase
visited Frank L nman Jr. :I in Clearway AUGUST 21. I960 SZTUI'$
tJie retunT.tripI they stopped*. Jr t carat- home-witff' their' mother..Mrs. :;, iirUie.UflirnaweritLheto ion : honors. rig coot iT MM,

Liberty.- Mo where1: > ,Kvisite L ,Withrowv, Ellis, and children ,wort' !'llferrpp
:tr bYWaI' presentedteethe
William. Jewell'College) : Both* Mr. : 'have gone' to* join: her husband'where' A J The I :
*oftheteam. I
: '"- ----'-- -- he15' stationed1 with ITS USERSWILL: ,
( .,.- the Army.at Mt.. Clemons, Mich.Mn ., I three Legionnaires. Manager,making; Marshall -I i :> NOT HESITATE' .i.ii J LB
T. 50'I
tripwere >
] and'Mrs, H. C. Kelly spenta C
J Sr., Coach Clarence Wil-i! ,TO SAY I PKG
SEPTICTANKS few days at: points.of interestin .".. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Jiams,_ and Eli o.rahain: Players WITH 6AS ,
and !
.' 'I "Georgia- North Carolina-- I AIT WlfH PURCHASE Or OT BOTTVC
: t. visited Mr..K ny's' sister in Chattanooga included: Captain.Bobby u co-| EFRK3ERATETJWe CAUIf..L&Da1I1I
; ; Tennessee. hen. Kyler'Cohen. Johnny Jack-I! EASE Royal Shampoo
son'Yjl;, Pmer6on.: B. T, Mar-1
; on:
Mrs. Nelson Blocker of Lake
"J ;
i I 'ut. shan Jt. Robert Ellerson. IsOIn BROTH
City was visiting her mother' one _
< <: t ,: daya'Ul; the week. Her son. Parks, Frank Long itVUliams\ ;: t raa IcoocOT t7 rtt

I ; OUTCALL Scott was with her. O. Williams. C. J. Brown: C. Hudson -| 1 -

Douglas-"Buddie Thomas, spent L.. Coleman J. Jenkins. A. i t i ,' ,
f Galney S. Suggs.-,'
jenkius, E:
rr the weekend with. Mr. and Mrs. CAN -
s I James Wainwright.Mrs. Chandler H. Chandler, Mack'ClendoI
,, Covington. R. Neil. j
Mae' Wells and Jackie S. }
Bales have returned from two It Dexter, A. C Ball, J. H. Green,:, MERCHANTS GREEtf STAMPS .
l M. Youngblood. P. Youngblood; WITH THC PuncWsc or ON(
weeks' visit' with Mr' and' Mrs. g -
i DICK: SMITH Ernest B. Wells in Huntsville, W. Banks, R. Powell, Rudolph* We Have just received' t:1 'J r- !
I Powell E. Hunter, ,T. Bryant, J.,, _
Ala. Ernest Is '
an employee at the
wjioje) truck load of st r
t Pittman. Many:thanks to. all cownitteeraen -, THIS COUPON'EJUMMi
; t WO 9.1572 aresnal there: They'visited'"differ for ,donations that These.stoves must go to I .. a
1 I rev- caDE is
ent points of interest in the room s
more. We give. *
made this.trip ) I ONION FLAVORED
mountains.FREESIIO'w. trade-ins on old stoves. \ '
Ellerson reporter.
I II 1
;, ----- Cancer Report' I the time to trade. Come : : t EoUION t

All cancer cans will, be picked t in and take your choice! SJRAK!

on Mon- .. ,
1 ;up by Supervisor Shell I I '-

I i day..Ans: without: fail. We are MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

hoping that this extended ,period WE ALSO CARRY ;
Saturday-Morning 10:00' A.M.I will net a, total of,at least $100. Electric Refrigerators,' psa CHUNKLiverwurst

So far $J5 has-been reported'toDr. Clothes Dryers, Electric
Wells. Cans are in Reno, and I ILawt I
1 h Washing Machines\ Gas H THIS CO WOW EXPIRE
I K1LED' GERONIMO' y. Mrs. Ethel Young has t rf9N sL wsa err
1 c
t returned a can.,but the: committee Water Heaters:; f JF$ ADE 6T.
1 has not, opened any of the ; ; : fRESIiI. '
AT THE cans':so iar. If you'wish to make i OUR COMPLETE LINE- : ; JUICE 1 4Sc 's 'i'icrtvs
to American .... ........
a'check, make it payable ]i IS MERCHANDISE

I F FLORIDA\; TK1EATER' Cancer Society, Starke: i, BEST QUALITY. i
: Fla. A total report appearin 1 I

tha next issue. i' ; EACH: 3 C' '. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

r .
Ien's Day
Sponspred.. by the FoUowiD= Merchants: last;: Sunday-\very* successful ,,CLEAN SAFE 'f WhZ Bar Cake= -

I I .cert 'JBWBuyr witiiA isjEfeDirCRAWFORDBROTHER : baby contest,;wis held;; with Baby I DEPENDABLE -SO 3'LBS 2'Se aowolLxnlRu tt a.rF
AuDUSi aL tfEa
,1 \_, .)..! t .Tl..1 !'I ,,,', t1 tf L'\.k\\'U Cheree; Chandler, winning the a MORE FOR YOUR ION .iL eaDE iTe

f t STARKE HARfWAitF best prize wbfcltv; was'a styoler.1sJ .I _

J Gulf Service"Station rft ,Amaradaen ,, Chandler,i i'
TER'Vit.L "* i ili'1@ J j 17(1 I mvtt! >:,.lepottSd $4-18. The. today -1
1 A ( hlt D.I : W;, aotmtraised: tor.the was 1 I
t 'tarr It ,.,UPROtTERM .
f SIMS1QN$' KOeW; STARKEI2UILDERS i : II $>>tf:3'f111: an :uatl f pennon was .lI
Jefivered- br Rn Clinton Royal
DRUO STORE 'SUPPLY of Pfi2a i elpKia: PII He is ali ofMotha Or OWE 6OTTLE OZ q PUKCHACC
r c. i. ._ I : F Sophia Royal.and brother + 1890 FRENCH LIQUID
,\. DEJiiARKR.f'tJITURE LOCALFLNANCB; cf Eteactn Royal chairman of. DRESSING Chiffon Detergent

COMPANY 'COllPANY Men's Day activities. Manythanks Tin/ COUPON UPIaE'I THIS COUMM EXIMftU

:. I. .-- --, __ .... ,,: -. 'ayen'aBBS'. >(aateStffiKgr AUGUST 21. I960 'f -- AUGUST 31. 91 0 t '3

... .. nO. _I .. I and parents; that-made this a I C1.- ::,:T ITSSU rail CODE Tt

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Presbyterian i Church NEW SIVERBAPI'IST John !grid Linda Waters and .wy yy. y YY1 Jacksonville has been the speaker I iJitaJI Augusta.; Ga last Thurs
CHURCH Junior: Mosley all enjoyed skatingin during Rev. Chism's absence- '

Sunday -, Church School. 9:45a. : Sunday! School '10,&. at. Wor- Starke Saturday night. GRAHAM Sunday School attendance con- day.Mr.: and Mrs.-H. T. Dunn- and -,
m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Hour 11 a. m.'Evenmt.Ssrvie A Sunday School teachers tinued to increase with 63 presentlast daughter of Jacksonville visited
./ CHURCH NEWS Sub-District MYF Council meeting .., 1 p, m. Prayer Meeting. eaa meeting Baptist Church was held last at Thursday Maxville Bin. JohnRIcKloaey 3unday. relatives here',last Sunday.

at Lake Butler, 2:45: p. m. "II edn !da1.. 1:3r( p.m.: Mrs. H. F. Higdon and Mrs. Mrs Betty Mosley has been
night. .. ...
.y. y..w. .y. "" confined, to a Jacksonville bos- ,
Snack Supper for MYF. 6:30 p. The Brotherhood Assn. meetingwas Homer Smith of Tampa were s

m.:Youth: Meetings. 7 p. m: Even- HAMPTONCHRISTIAN held at Maxville Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Broughton visitors here Tuesday. pita: 'Norman .I
CHURCH last weekend. Lutz visit- Mr and Mrs. Howard
ing Worship p. m. A nursery is Church last Tuesday night. went Mrs. Bill. Pendarvis visited her ,
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS At The TabernacleThe and Carl Clarke, Minister Mrs. Frank Brown spent several ing hr:; brother and sist 'r-in-law, and children from Northside were
provided for both morning '
CHURCH husband in the Veterans' Hos- visitors here .
SUNDAY SERVICES days in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves. Saturday. ti

Sunday School 1C a. m.; Mom- missionary program pre- evening worship services.. 10:00: a.m. Bible School. a eek with her daughter, Mrs. ..Mrs. John McKinney returned i I
sented a i the Tabernacle last Rev.Mitchell' O. Pettus of Richard Covey 'and family. Mrs.Covey's home Sunday from a week's visit t
Ing Worship, 11 a. m.: Evange- 11:00: jn. "Worship & Com- iI
Knoxville,Tenn. will fill the pulpit with relatives in Tampa. -
listic services. 7:30 p. m. Friday night Included pictures munion twins Jerry and Judy, I
and special music. In addition to ; at, both services this Sundayin 730; p.m. Evening Worship had'their tonsils removed last Mrs Kate Starling has returned -'I
the South American scenes a few week: home after a few days' visit
OF CHRIST minister .
CHURCH the absence of the U'EDNESDAY 7SO PJU. r
slides were shown from the pan- i .Mrs. Bud Waters and children with her son-in-law and daughter. -
Sunday: Bible classes. 10 awn; rrama ol the Life of Christ I who is at ,Junaluska. Prayer Service: : and Bible Study' I spent Saturday with Mrs. Doro- Mr.- and Mrs. Earnest' Or-,

Assembly Worship with the Lord's paintings shown in Bibleland, located Wednesday Prayer Meeting thy Waters. Her daughter, Glenn, tages, ox Jacksonville. I I

Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assembly near Orlando. and Bible Study, 8 p. m. BETHEL MISSIONARY remained here for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Vice are I

Worship, 6:20 p.m. The Sunday night song servicewas Thursday Chancel Choir, BAPTISTCHURCHsundaySGhoo110.a. .DeLeon Adams of Fort. Meadeis in Birmingham Ala. for a short|

Tuesday Ladies Bible class 7 in charge of Mr. Gillinghamof !rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. Sub-District I I visiting here with his uncle visit. Mrs. Bessie Wasdin went I SERVICEAT
m. Morning i
Park of the Palms. He Is manager MYF meeting at Worthington' and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Harrison with them but will return next
pan i
Worship, 11 a. m. Training
there for the summer. in 7:30 m. Adams. week. AT ITS BEST
Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30 Union, 6:30: p. m. 'Evening Service I
the absence of Gordon Purdy Peggy and Gary Lucas spent ,John McKinney visited Fonzo
p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher. 8 p. Prayer Meeting: ch 1
and ,staff. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH pl. from Wednesday till Saturdaywith Prevatt iu the Lake City Hospitallast
"Come, let us reason together. Wednesday 8 m. Everyone
Miss Martin left Monday night Sunday Sunday School 10 wel-I. Mr. and Mrs.. Morris Bell Thursday. : '
come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, asto fconoimca/
by plane for Quito, Ecuador. and son, Wilbur. L. E. Ratliff has returned home Depenaab/e
HIWAY CHAPELASSEMBLY a. m-. Morning menage a. m. 1 11'4..A.AAAA..AA.AAAA --'- : -,?- ,T """'- '*":r:.. -. Lff jz4: i--r-' .:i:' *
from the hospital after under
Hefbie .Fraser of Jacksonville
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening i1
CHURCH OF GOD i spent last week with,. Mr. and going surgery on his. eye. He is 11i
message 8 p. m. .
D. P. Burgess, Pastor
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Monday Bible Joy Club 4 Mrs. Moris Bell and son Wilbur. much improved but still unable to iI

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ing Wor8 lD. 11 a. m. Sunday to5p.m; BALDWIN. Little; Wayne and ':r1nka Wilkinson a ork.

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-;! Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPB Wednesday Prayer Meeting of Auburndale have been. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbell

Eeiistic Service, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m. 730 p. m. Choir Practice' 8:30p. : By Mrs. C. B. Nolan (visiting their grandparents Mr.II spent a few days in South Flori-

weekly prayer service, 7:45 Prayer Meeting Flida, 7:45 p. m m. Pastor: Samuel 8. Cuth- a.U.AAAAAA..A4A.,& .Aa4. I I end Mrs: .C. E. Wilkinson, Sr. I da last week. l GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER
_. II I f F Mrs; Morris Bell Gary and. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks entertained -
po CHURCH UP JESUS: CHRIST I Lucas Herbie at their home last Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thorntonand .Peggy Fraser and
BAPTIST CHURCH LATTER DAY SAINTS baby of Palmetto visited' I Iri: and Mrs. John Fraser and urday night with a barbecue sup-, \:
FIRST here last 'Patrich of per. Those enjoying the affair
Services each sandal In oM Friday with Mr. and( son : Jacksonville enjoyed -
were: Mrs. Horace Cain and children 'I .
Ki: at
Masonic Hall on J:. Call St. Sun Mrs. J. Cox. an outing Kingsley
... We are that Mrs.. Emory Beach Friday. MisSparks' grandmother. tr '
> Worship At 11:00 A.M. T School 10 a. m. Sacrament sorry I 4
; Morning : day '
: Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw, Miss Gale i
We all to, hear I
Service 8:30 m. Everyone 'Wel Roberts "is back in' fit Vincent's are glad that w.+uWa'Mww+v .,. .
Evening Services At 8:00 P.M.\ come. p. Hospital'and wish 'her a speedy Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis is get- White Mrs. Thelma Dyal and I I tt-ir- -S -:' It''I 11--. "" t..J"

recovery. She 'is room 519. : ting along nicely after her recent Mrs. Miley Wynn, all ,of Gaines-I ,
: fall.: ville, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyaland 1er never't,
Mr. Braddock )1
andbirs. Everett -
Guest Speaker AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH: visited with friends\in Tal- children of Brooker and Mr. t\ ,f )

Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- lahassee last week. YT 'TTTTTTTTHEILBRONN and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff. l .

Ing Worship 11 a. In. Training Rev. and Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Maude Surrency is on the pow
REV. ROY A. HAMILTON Worship sick list. Her daughter, Mrs. A. \l.
Union 6:45 Evening -
: m.
p. family visited 'friends here last
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Padgett, of Hague Station is with .. ..... -
8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer week. ....-.00:' -, __
: Louisville, Kentucky Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons visited -. her at this time. #- I
i Everyone welcome. in Palatka last Wednesday By Mrs Harvey MecartbyYYVVVVYyVyVWVyyyyyyyyyy Mrs. Jennings Starling and ''Ii< ,'.

with Mrs ,W..A. Cannon. daughter are visiting in O'Brien .
St. Edward's Catholic ChorebStarke. Mr. and Mrs. D, C. Meeks'' and with her parents Mr. and Mrs.

Florida family have' returned .home" froman Howdy, Neighbors. Well, I Odom.
'BE SURE AND SEE extended'visit in Georgia. found out why it's been raining Mr. and'Mrs-. Albert Sparks hadas }
: Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. so 'much. It seems that 'according guests Saturday her aunt. Mrs. '
Mr. and Mrs.: \ H Goolsbyand 3 a
Holyday Masses at 8:30 a. m. & sons, spent last. weekend- >in to the old prophecy if it starts Joe Ellebie and daughter of Big

s. 5:30: p. m.Weekday. F1or la; Ala. raining in dog days it will not Panama City. / : :

; '.I Mass at 8:00: a. m. Mrs. H..V, Daniels and children cease. until the end of that per- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish have ,
: iod. Since dog days ended last had as guests this week Mr. and
Confessions froma
...."' Saturday 7 to 8 returned Friday night : _.
\ Thursday maybe our rain has Mrs. Sonny Evatt of Miami. "" -1 ; ,
,J I 0. m. i week's :vacation in the mountains : '/i
9) of North Carolina They stopped for awhile. There's an- Claude Hall has returned to his J Y
Baptisms marriages and Instructions 'j
other old'saying which we are all home in Georgia after a short ; :;
also visited Mrs. Daniel's and
by appointment : i. JJ' :
fu'! daughter-in-law, Mrv and Mrs. H. familiar with and that's when it visit with his mother, Mrs. Debbie, > ,: tt"a,

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH V. Daniels Jr.. in. Charlotte. N. rains It'pours, and it did that Hall ana Mr. and Mrs. Carl
and.Mrs. Daniel's father Carl too: didn't it?
Lawtey C., Jones. I
1 1 A. E. Massey, Pluto Pye, in Augusta, Ga. < ReV.,Johns of Palatka filled the 1

e Bible school itf a. m. H. V. Daniels L. D. Crews.,and pulpit of Heilbronn Church last TWYVYYTTYTlHIGHLAND. yl

Preaching, 11 a. m. 1R.. Harrison caught, some very Sunday with Russell Redding I
serving a'chorister and Mrs. La-
Evening Service, 1:30 nice fish at Orange Lake last ;
I : p m. mar Reddish at the piano for en- Choose the very best gQsofen&v
Bible Study and Prayer MeetIng Thursday night. .
1 congregational
joyaijls j
c singing.
ParMWuat I R&uas 7:30 m., Mrs. Deressa Harris returned ioryourcc
A Wednesday
Friday night from a visit' in Very glad to have our many visit- [B,' Debbie Phillips] .

Ocoee with her daughter, Mrs. ors for church services and hope i-- 1..
AT THE CHRISTIAN you will return often to worship. ;
CHURCH Betty Watson, and family. with the cOuntry church that's 100 PLUS -' !.e wffimcfe b h pirfofmaue" } I| I
Miss Delores Harris is spending Rev. George Chism will returnto
, Sunday Bible School!,, 10 a, her vacation In Orlando with her I waiting. 'to welcome you and yoursat the pulpit this Sunday after Over ICO.j0cicnt.pbs .v y;wastdfa_gwEfEaturi _
m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; aunt. Mi*. Emily Hoover. all trines. Rev. Luther A. McGee -i being confined to a Jacksonville ,( '
.- Evening service p. m, and Prayer 'Rev..John Ashley'W odhouse of : of:':'Jacksonville: new pastor: hospital. Rev. Perry North of
F FlORIDA meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. St. Petersburg, preached at the II for Heilbronn.. will be preaching SUPER 5:D:o super premium at ordinary premTwAl' .

tor.m. John WJJte, pastor Orange Street Baptist Church I for- us this Sunday price. Perfect for today's high .. >tmobiles,1 .
I Mr.. and'Mrs. R. L.'Morgan and '-
last Friday Saturday nights .
and ,
STARKE FLORIDA daughters visited relatives in I
and at b th' services'on Sunday.He 1 fI
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH also ,showed films. Jacksonville Sunday. I MIlEMASTER-premfum performance,yirtar pdt/ J
Cor. Call & Christian Streets and--Mrs. Everett Braddock .Pearson Cox of the University ';
Mr. Stepped vp Odoas_, power, and mileage
SUNDAY MONDAYTUESDAY Bob L.,Badfttt, Minister spent 'last weekend with relatives at Gainesville is visiting his lYIL.gar,

I ,Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Wor- in Brunswick Ga.,, I mother, Mrs. Lois Cox and sister, ... Arab

21 22 23 ship and Communion, 10:45 Mr.-and'Mrs. R.VV,, Wilson .anddaughters. Linda for. the rest of the summer. -IO-It 'II n. IONIIOi'
Aug. : a. m. \
.left Sunday for a two! Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. SILCOX
Chi Rho, 5 iioo.Q,
p. m. Choir Practice, wy N aw N.
and Mrs.' Ernie Johns'were their
weeks visit in Canada ,with Mr.I M ,JaItI. lrofiaionelrREe
p on. CYF 7 p. m.- Wilson'sfamily... ..' son and daughter-in-law Mr. and :. s::

THIS IS ONE PICTURE !r Training Wednesday for- Service.7:30: p.. m. New. in J.the D.,Hungerford Thomas is now Convalescent a 'patient I,I Mrs Jacksonville.Mr.Clifford Johns. and daughterof Starke Builders Supply. I CITES! SERVICE

and Mrs. J. B. White visit- 219 E.

YOU DON'T \WANT/ TO MISS! 'rWZEOREEN'BAPTIST: CHURCH Thomas Home Arlington.at Is"His.2153-also.Shepard a brother.patient St.there.John in ed their for.son four and days daughter-in-law last week with, Starke, Ha. 705 Temple Ave. Starke,'Fla. .1

Sunday School io a. m PreachIng We are sorry that Mrs. ,Sarah Mr...and Mrs. Bobby White and

11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 Burns has been ill and wish children of Brooksville.

p. Preaching 7W: ,. m. Prayer her a speedy recovery. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs-
-1 i Me,.tfnr Wednesday 730; p. m. :Mrs. W. J. Bell who has been R. L. Reddish and son Keith was
I Miss Eva Belser of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Wednesday --Bible study 7-30( suffering witha.: broken arm

.' '- ., ---' p. m. Jos. G.'Norman, pastor. after 'a fall found out Saturdaythat Lois Cox and daughter,

: JM' NSI NS' rfN 'IY LlJ l she also has a broken bone Linda and Mrs. Cox's; sisters,
N' W : I
'- -.. .-- ".- ', In her foot. Misses Rosa and Edith Moore, WE 60XJMA HAVE NOW GO TO WHAT KIND) t
visited friends in, St. Augustine 6t
.. ... Sunday 8cJ1ao1lt: aJO. Morn- Rev. and Mrs. John Bennionand : wrm rooD FROM 'Z y THE STORE 4 DO YOU WANT? MOM WANT
son returned home last week Sunday. : AND SET L/
ng Worship 11 a.nv Evening from a visit in Tennessee.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Freeman Crosby City it. MOTHER SOME 4 NAUSHJV CREAM r
NEW A iiI Service 7:30: per Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Billy Roberts visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i CREAM! YAUSB SHE $ i
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone .
E.1. Walker of Jacksonville.Harvey's' GONNA
visited relatives in Lakeland and
welcome.:.. tev. H. H. Mott, WHIP Il' .
cousin, Bob Webb and ,
Nashville. Ga. last Saturday. c
I pastor. We regret that Mrs. Eula Rowe son; 'of Wichita, Kansas visited ? 1/JuFRc\ L

RCA VICTOR TV T BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Miss and daughter DeLaine Johnson Belva were Lee.in and an with Mr.us"'and' Monday Mrs: Michael this week.Barscht BAXTERf j: / ... {'

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- automobile accident Thursday and children of Philadelphia, Pa. 1u
ing Worship; 11 a. m. Training .
afternoon at Marietta. Belva Lee were home on a two weeks visit ; :;
fOYBAU BAQONtt / Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor-
with Mrs. Ida and Annie. Sweat
The Most Trusted Hamlin& fetal and DeLaine were hurt, but! not I '
ship, 7:30 p. m. hospitalized. Mrs. Rowe is con! and Mr and Mrs. W. A. Solano r

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, fined to St. Vincent's Hospital and daughter Sandra. :Mrs.
7:30 p. mPastor Barscht is the former Mrs. Bobby
with injuries. Hope she will soon
Rev. Barney Sweat :be able to come home. Kite: ROUND
Everyone Welcome: Very glad to report that Mr. FRYERS ib.

nw.........w..WWyWWyWWW and Mrs. Edward Mobley and 29c lb.
1_ o aI MADISON:,STREET BAPTIST children have moved into their TEAK s 69cSIRLOIN

900 Block W.'Madison' St. MAXVIUEBy .new ,home.-

Sunday School 9:45 Joe Wood, House guests of Mr. and Mrs. OR '. ,
Superintendent. : Nolan Freeman Crosby last Friday and CHUCK T-BONE

I Morning Worships 11:00. Saturday were.Mr. and Mrs.
$$1 89.88 Training Union 6:15 Jim Harden AAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Nickls and two daughters of Or STEAK lb. 59c

Director. Mr. 'and Mrs. Homer Thomas lando. ROAST LB i
Evening Worship 7:30. and family spent last week with Mrs. Emilene Moyer and small

4n.UWDlf-fame 211431 Wednesday' Prayer Meeting, relatives Alabama.. son. Bruce 'of Washington, D. C.. RIB ;
21-i i lain.(wernil 7:30.J. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Giam- are visiting for a few.weeks with
!63 u =- tdmir I. :emadri and family left last her'mother Mrs. Annie Kelly and lb.
H.,Mabry, ,r., Pastor. STEAK 49c
\ week for San.Ant, nio.. Texas! brother Warren Kelly and other BRISKET OR C

1 1I where, Mrs. Giambemardi and relatives and friends.
1 I I St. Mark's Episcopal children will 'stay, rrhile her. husband -' Harvey and friends Floyd Cow-

: tow HIaWSata Chassis pori&a 20.000 ftII of piet?s .a Ij j Bey.Itayarad' I. N<
power;grater thvpnos and i new high m patbrmmoel Sunday Services-- :45 am, The Corum family moved, last weekend enjoying fishing at lb. 55
Cedar Key. Waccassassee River a
week .
1' to Orange Park.
New RCA long Roage Tuner boosts>> weak: tigaalsproTiuH Church School; 11:00 ajn. Morning -
... new improved, rcccptxn ia every 4t 4"w tr.i Prayer,and$enaoh. We are flad.to See John North and Suwannee River. They also
'' uLutb or cocstijl: *... .. Holy Communion FtrsT Sun. out again after a recent illness. visited Mr. and Mrs. Shirley .

I .. Pidvrt StabOhar Gtcnits: bID efcctwoij bmW agraast I I inttrfermro, rhe you TV eteadiegt'picture-evm ia !:30 a.m -- I hausen hasn't been well and wish home onthe Suwannee River.

'uew Wednesday:7OO pan Choir him a'sPee 1'reoov, ry.- Our deepest sympathy is' extended -

e RCA 5.toriry Salad GKU% seal fa muftr, eeal oct Practice; 7:43 pace, Litany an*, Mrs. Ann Mosley is home from to Mr. and Mrs! W A.
trouble! Grcmtt are eopper-bondtd,Aartln oMirr .with Bible Study. !the hospital.in! Starke .and seemsto :Solano and daughter in the re-
> compoaents rigidly mounted.--, --- ," I be getting along nicely, er. IDs AB, Solano of Sfccentxdeath :: m STOCK A COMPLETE UHE> Of GROCERIES

HIGHLAND Little Thomas Brown son of of Mr. .Solano's' moth-

BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and IDS: George.Brown ,J Js Augustfne ,

Sunday School %;43 a. m. seriously ill in Ed Fraser Hos-.

SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV Uoming Worship -11 a. In. and pital. .THE. ;.BIGHT.:POINT foe one,
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Glad. the KUgore boys are better way yon 1F1'ft& Corms Ia ad select

Starke Fla. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. Lloyd cut his foot real bad. i JHi..favorite'ESTZSbROCHftasttata. PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY MIGHT(

George Cnism pastor. Everybody end Floyd sprained his. Pea... fKLEGRAPR. OPEN. 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 ilL TO 9 P.M. I
I welcome Mr. and Mrs. Bin '
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