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 25, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03547
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.. All three incumbents of the cit y -
'f= ile I council who must place their job

1 in jeopardy to the public this: e,3noI I
September 13 now have opposition
Three young Starke men Carl] > '
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a Hurst, Carl Lamar Johns and I
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Wayne Douglas, are attempting to ,

give the present council members -

a speck of trouble.
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V Hurst is running against present .
6 t council chairman, Randal Chit- y V
j ra;: ;t ty; Johns is running against incumbent I ,

Orie Wiggins and Douglas :J

? a ) is set to seek T. C. Hazen's job .' ::-k-" .
: t. at the council table. 'M
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Starke now has a total of -

2,108 qualified voters, with the .

4 close of registration books for the -, .

; Sept. 13 election set for noon E ;
__ Saturday, City Clerk Merrill Edwards '"
announcedyesterday.Edwards ,i-', ..
said that 105 of these i
had been added since the first

r of the ",'ear.

I I, ___ __ __m m __u The clerk said that the namesof
around 300 persons who had
of the Starke Golf and Country Club, gives a Attractive new with concrete foundation and floor and
Clyde :TenviUegar, president preview pro shop knotty pine not voted in the past two electionshad Douglas QualifiesThe
of ""operation pick Up sticks" with the new course's No. 1 fairway stretching! siding, IK first building to be completed at new golf course. It will be staffed by pro,p been removed from the registration -f

t Into the background;, Club members are asked to come out Saturday afternoon and Ted Fox, and his wife EILr. As soon,as sufficient funds become available it is planned books, but would be re- qualifying of candidates(fee to Ci y Clerk Merrill Edwards.

help clean the coarse of:aU'debris. A fish fry will follow at 5 pan. to construct the main house, at the site. if these person so requeststored for Council in the forthcoming t The young Starke businessmanCity
ed before noon Saturday. He said Election of Sept. 13, came to u 1 is a native ot Bradford. County
a close shortly before noon Tues- t and has lived most of his life in
Golf Clubbers To Eat Fish And Pick SticksMembers that notices were mailed to all
Up day when ,
I Wayne Douglas 24Starke. He graduated from Brad-
I I of these
some ago, but that
Cholera V Outbreak Rates few had jear-old Starke grocery operator, ford High School and has been
of the Starke Golf [includes several artificial lakes,Plans have already been drawn County very applied V for reinstatement paid his qualifying fees. Douglas a member of the Starke National

arid Country Club will eat fish I and fairnays. I for 'th '' main club house which I will run in Group Three in op-1 Guard unit for eight years.
Is Confirmed By and pick up sticks Saturday after Terwillegar said the finestof will be built when finances are "If they do not ask to have position to incumbent T. C. HazDouglas j, is married to the' form.
at the site of the Third In State their names restored, they will
I noon new I grasses were used for the available, Terwillegar said. en JA ,er Louisa Johns, and they reside
golf 'course which will be ready greens, and ,that no expense, was The club, which now has a I I not be allowed "to vote in the Pictured; above at right, Doug-i at 633 West South St. This Is.

U of F Lab TestsAfter for play by Labor Day. I spared in lasing out they course. membership of more than 200, Sept. 13 election, Edwards said. las is paying his $60 qualifying his first bid for public office.

Clyde Terwillegar, president of II Located 9 n ,143! acres,purchased was formed more than a year I r I Road Deaths 'qRr
the club corporation said that by the corporation .from H. B. ago, and money for constructionof .. -
Drive ScheduledTo
making a tentative diagnosis members are asked to start I Peyton, the'course eventually'will the course was raised by sell

CcuntyAgent George Hug- "operation pick up sticks" at 1 I be txpandefl to 18 'holes. The ing stock to the members. With a' total of ten persons

gins reported this week that tests p.m.,'and a fried fish supper will ether.' niiie hot, have already In addition to Terwillegar, corporation tilled on its highways during the
made at the ..University .of. Florid be served; at 5 o'clock near thenewly been laid out but will not be constructed officers are: Guy Andrews : first live months of 1960, Brad- Cut Down On

Expeument Station Veterinar- completed pro' shop. until some future' date. : vice president: Elden Mat- ford County 'has'the third high- M

ian's Lab defenitefr confirmed Terwillegar said this would be The new '20x50-foot pro :shop drews. treasurer; and Robert Mc- est "mileage death rate" in Florida -

that :Bradford County is suffering the final clean-up before the is an attractive building constructed Intire, secretary: Members of : so far this year. I Pupil AbsenteesA I 'w rI {

an outbreak of hog cholera. course was opened on Labor Day of jknotty pink. with con- the board of directors other than Mileage death,rate :> a figure

Hugsina said the outbreak is He explained that it is necessaryto crete foundations arid "floor. It officers, are:' J. P. Witt H. A. used by the Department of Public -

mostly confined to the Brooker get the greens lid of sticks Is valued at $ .OOO. although much Bishop Jr:, 'T. H. Slade W. C. Safety to indicate the number stepped-up drive to cut downon
and other debris so they will not !of deaths: per 100 million vehicle student absenteeism be the
area and that more than 125 hogs r
of the material, was donated andit Powell John Kopelousos S. L.
have been exposed. Two other interfere with mowing operations. miles traveled. Bradford's mileage "something new has been added" i
herds in the same 'area tare good Albert Anderson. Sarasota architect actually, ,cost ,#ie Corporation' I Peek .Jr.. T, A. Yawn and J. C. death rate was 24.1 for the feature when Bradford High

suspects h said.Hog.iarmers designed the course which in the neighborhood of 2000. Hobbs. first five months, and was exceeded School starts its 1960-61 term at

have been warned only by Calhoun' County with a 8:20: :Monday morning. L r'J i'
their 'Jim lite"of 35.2, and Okeechobee BHS Principal H. B. 0 :
regularly to keep 'hogs FBI Ingram
1 J munized by vaccinating the county inspires Aged Man Slays County with 28.9Neither ofthese yesterday announced the appoint-
.'agent said. Hog cholera is still counties had as many 'actual ment of five attendance counselorswho :
) disease deaths'as Bradford, but their will have
the most important, : of regular office hours
Union Editor rate"was higher due to fewer VV9'yr 7;
swine each from 8:15
he said. Hugging said morning : to the end

r that .even'- though' vaccination is miles traveled. of the first period at 9:31: The ,-;' .....", ",...
not la guarantee against all losses, Daunhter-In-Law I. In"UiP; number of actual deaths, Ijive named were: Coach Lennard

It is,rb '()ny tnsurancerhogygrow-.j J .P np f.rx' i I --- ,_. Bradford ,,was, tied ..with Brevard Register, COach David Rune,' Mr. Cart Jfcirst-- Carl Iohns ? i
j r 1' .- ....-.IIt .{,a::' 4s :.. ..." '. y, -, couuirj.ror'Jitteenth, place in the Katterinef'airS. Carol '
-w. :jtatej.fqtI1; twhPlr,h ** *v"' = -* -'* .'bld'Lead er .tOM' Deputy' Reddish are pr elected' from' ties Vy-loss. 'j The arrival of" FBI agents in Ninety one-year and,Bandmaster Elden Mathews., Starke., businessman\ qualified I
i Hercules Powder Co. survey' and
, first
held in Mrs. of In place was populous
is : McVay breakingup
being ,

Charles McVay
,l>r, Charles B. Plummer. Agricultural Lake, Butler last week to, check i I I'bul Ingram said that absenteeism I'Monday as a, candidate for City
Bradford, County Jail, without the home of his'son rid 'his Dade :County with 50 fatuities, leasing office, qualified Saturdayas
Extension v veterinarian Union County voting and registration among students had assumed seri Council in Group One. He will
I bondr on, charges of first 'degree former 'wife. He' said that-- Mrs a mileage death rate of only candidate for City Council,
warns that cholera is spread 'all records caused editor C. S. 30.: proportions at Bradford High a oppose the incumbent: .Orte A.
through sections of Florida where Lecky"of the Union County Times murderThe, victim, : his daughter- fcVay was trying t'get him out 'Duval was second with .46 and deserved all the attention that Group 2. Hurst will oppose Ran- Wiggins, who bas previously qual-

there :U good hog population. to 'wax poetic, as well as wrath- in-law; Gladees Goodson. ,McVay, of_ the home, and that lie had noplace" highway deaths, 'and Hillsboroughthird would be focused on it during the dal Chitty, the incumbent Group flied for reelection.Mr. .

County Aent Huggins urges 32, whom the aged man said had to go. with 35. Other counties coming term. He said that during 2 member, who has also qualified 'Johns, a native of .Starke.

farmers. to be cautious. about buying ful.Lecky has'accused the U, S..Attorney argued with :him, and nted.himto The McVays were, married on wjtti, more highway deaths thanBradford'in the 1959-60 term BHS had an enrollment ;secretary-treasurer, of ,Starke
hogs'' from livestock markets. General's office of using leave their home at 608 N. May 30 after each had", "been re- Bioward the first five months of just under 1,000 and for re-election. Builders Supplies, Inc. and is the

Each case of trouble existing now misleading figures when it said Water Street. cently divorced. Mrs. ''McVay, for- lverei : Escambia. Lake, that absences during the nine- Hurst has been employed by .son of Starke's former long-time

was a-,result of purchasing unvacclnated Union County had more than 2- "But I had nowhere to go," Mc merly Mrs. Gladees Stevens was B'each Manatee, Pinellas., Marion; ,Polk Orange,' Seminole, Palm, month period averaged 150 daily. Hercules for the past six years, city: clerk, Carl Johns. The candidate -

hogs, the agent stated. 400 Negroes of 'voting age, but Vay told officers in stating he manager of Olen's DepartmentStore .. end Vclusia. Since the county' receives state coming to Starke from Jackson- is a graduate of Bradford

Huggins 'reminds hog owners none on the registration books. hot.his son's wife with a load of in Starke. school money at the rate of aboutS2 ville. He is a Past Master of the High School and attended the

alto,that he and'Dr. Bob Mullins Lecky said the Attorney General No. 6 shot' fired from a: double Reddish said that the senior per student per day, monetaryloss local Masonic lodge, is married University of Florida..

local vete'rinarUm; ;, arp the ,only apparently took the 'census figures barrelled shotgun. McVay got his 40-year-old shot- Six Applicants through absenteeism is considerable and has one daughter. This is' Mr. Johns is married to the

twp'.persons'> in the county to ,do which credit Union County The shooting" occurred at the gun from his bedroom and that Ingram said. He pointedout former' Shirley Shaw, and they
his first bid for public office.
hog cholera .vaccinations. He asks with Florida's non-voting prison residence about 1 Mrs. McVay ran out of the kitchen Seek Union However that the loss to the ,
that McVay p-m. N. have two children,, Dale, 7, and
requests for vaccination be The Hursts reside at',334
population. The editor maintained Sunday, while 1... C. ,McVay Jr. ,door into the carport. The man educational program both from )
made visible betorc trouble breaks out, there were less than 300 Negroesof an employee of the DuPont Com- ,shot her from the living room at Liquors PermitsSomebody the standpoint of the school 'and Myrtle St: Ricky: 5.
since cholera
signs of are voting age In 'the county and pany, was at work. Mrs. McVay's an estimated distance of 20 feet. also the student, is even more

wen established only] after in the the 110aI disease. is well that there were three on the 9-year-old ,son;. Danny,, by a previous In another'second's time Reddish is going to be left serious than the money involved. New Shuffleboard I Adult Swim Classes, '-
registration books as qualified t in the houseat said, Mrs. McVay would have Courts Built t 4 ?
Hog cholera: is caused by a very marriage, was "put in the dry" when the new Ingram said that parents who Being ? ,
voters. There are also only three the time and witnessed the shielded herself behind the car duty of the attendance counselorsto To .
tiny virus which gets into the i liquor licenses are issued in Union; I Begin Tuesday **
blood and ,all tissue of a sick registered Republicans in t he tragedy.The .that was parked in ,the carport. !County sometime in the near discuss absences with previous- Two shuffleboard courts are now -w

animal. '' Huggins said. and is county, Lecky added. load of shot entered 'Mrs. Funeral services for Mrs. Mc- future. day absentees, and to telephoneand I under construction at Pratt Street I Swimming classes for adult beginners

highly/ 'contagious. It can be Sitting in his print shop directly :: McVay's head, back 'of, the' r, Vay were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday Six applications have been made correspond 'wIth parents 'con-I Playground. Recreation Director will start Tuesday at 9:30:
across the street from the in Jones Memorial Chapel avail cerning absences. The principalsaid Bob Benner said they would be
cpreaj from one animal to another en the left side. City Clerk MerrIll but only four are a.m. at Strick1a.Id'sLanding o4\
in .many :ways, he said. It county courthouse, Lecky1 re- Edwards heard the shot at his with Rev. J. H. Mabry Jr., pastorof :able. Ralph Pickles.area super- it boiled down to the fact t ready for play in about two weeks, Kingsley Lake. The one-hour sessions

may ,be:: carried on the, tires of a corded the arrival and departure home across the street, ran to the Madison Street' Baptist visor of the State Beverage De- that about the only excused absence as the concrete has to cure-out a wi continue for two. weeks

Teed truck on a person's shoes, of the F.B.I. agents in rhythmic the scene of the accident notified Church, and Rev. H. 0. Boyetfe, partment in Jacksonville, said would be in case of illness, or while before it can be painted. 1 with Bob Banner, recreation di

in old feed sacks, by'dogs, by buztaids prose thusly: police and called' an ambulance.The pastor of the First Methodist Friday. Aug 19, that he was mail- some family trip that could be Benner said that shuffleboard' is rector, as 'instructor.- 'All eligible: :
"Out from Jacksonville early Church After the to Dir- considered being added primarily to round out
or by contact with other wounded 'woman was still officiating. ing the' applications equally as educationalas I
cholera-sick animals. Tuesday, in a rental car of a breathing but unconscious. She service here the body was forwarded ector Jack' Peeples in Tallahasseeand the same amount of time spentin the recreation program with an adults are:! invited to take advant,.

When adding animals to herds, dingy gray,, as grim and stern as was carried first to;a local hospital to McGee Funeral Homein that the applications should school. This will V not include I activity that appeals to older age of this opportunity to learn
the 'agenl the morning sky, right to the have been on Peeples' desk Monday shopping trips to nearby cities, he citizens. t swim. *
said be 4 ,
sure they are and then transferred to the Troy, Ala., where final rites Ito s;
free from cholera or have been courthouse came the F.B.I. Medical Center .-Gainesville, Aug. 22.According declared. I
will be"heldBesides
vaccinated more 'than two to "They parked their car by the where she died about If p.m. with- to Pickles it will be Ingram sal dthat parents who i ""., I
three weeks. County Times and at its windows out regaining consciousness. her husband and son;; up to pepples.as to who gets the write excuses saying the'child is iH i.fi .

Many things can affect the they cast a look, while hidden inside Neighbors hearing aloud Mrs. McVay is survived by, her I four available licenses. Peepleswill "needed at home" win be asked 'to CAP IERAh1A I Ij
I ability of and needing a shave, the pooroM base, his decision on the applicant's -
an animal to gain immunity between parents Rof: ,,end Annie Mae I be more specific before the
argument Mrs. Mc .
through: vaccination'Hug- editor fearfully shook. Vay and, her father-in-Iaw.prior- Goodson of Alabama, and a brother -I: background and experience absence will be excused and not. ,j 1
gins stressed But. ,he said if the "But paraphernalia they un- : and this decision should against the child's 1
go record.
animal is in the condition n loaded there, and strode on across to the shooting. The;. a.ged man I Roy Lee Goodson in Japan. : te known by the end of the
proper I High school students
the courthouse The recordof I month. Pickles said. will re
arid the vaccination is done properly -
turn to brighter,
q high percentage of immunity I voters it seems, was their goal, Then, Pickles said the lucky surroundings since more The'attractive .
can be expected. "and mostly to questions they applicants can :either pick up upstairsof r t
C building ( school
.- seemed quite cool. They photographed -'a -ri their licenses at once by paying a original iV
cards that voters had .x half year's fee of $200: or they structure), and A and B build '

City ElectionREGISTRATION I signed, perhaps to see that everything can wait until October 1, the beginning' ings have been painted, renovated, 1

'.' lined; How much it all cost of' the new license' year. and dark ceilings replaced.A b. t
The 'applications have been pend newly installed communications
< we never shall know, and what E-
'Was the use is a mystery also. i ing since the county voted itself system will connect all'roomsin i

: BOOKS* r: +" "Editorially speaking, I thinki wet. again on :July 26. the high school with the. office,, iI I Lti : '
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\ f, :: i i\ is true, they could have,; learned The: six applicants include five. which will cut down pn teachers c L t
I Just as much from me or from } liquor dealers who surrendered Ihavinz to use students as messengers -

I CLOSE AT NOO'Saturday you: that Republican voters we r their licenses on June 9 when a. i nlgnur sail< the inter .
., .j I I have just three--of voters of color ; court order :declared the countydry" com can also be used for piped *y aI
t'; lea a> sifter than two I n:.uslc and other
the same number be. There remain < more years programs.
Aug. I many people who eligible htigatiorr of a 1958 wet-dry ref Under the heading 'of new subjects I t I

\'!' 21'j are,-but never have registered, at. ,,r ',-' t' ':a ,r erendum. ;Even before the final, I offered will be an advanced i th i
l least so far. court decree, :liquor dealers had I" math course taught 'by H. A. 4 3 .3 !II

-' To me,, it's- a waste of money petitioned"for' 'another liquor else, Sprow;, Selected Problems ir I
t, .. .- and time, with what they have tion which according to: Florida k Physical Science, taught by C. P ,!

: t learned ,worth not a thin dime. law, can be ,held every two years. I Cowen; and a zoology course iI i
This Space Contributed, Former license holders whc I taught by Richard Jockel.
This reluctant for than 3,009
9-year-old speaks more j
a y '
Pub5ciCommunity JEROME JOHNSHOSPITALIZED Lifesaving Technique DemonstratedBlathew have applied for new permits' are
Weekly to' >le, I : Miss Della Rosenberg has beer>i youngsters throughout Bradford County as he register
I S.: P .Rucker, Ernest Beasley,,, earned dean of girl students andwill 1
Events;:by .Jerome Johns, local oil distributor : Griffls- acts_. -as the.. "vfethn In the Recreation' Depart Frank LaZfan.-E.:B.'Andrews 'and t spend.one: period each day ira 1 obvious disapproval at a "Get Beady For School" sign I

; .\ and son of Sen: and Mrs.. ment's Lifesaving. class.conducted by Director, Bob Benner August 8 Lyman Green, : The 'new a ppli- guidance program dealing witt prominently displayed in a CaD Street .window. In.spite of
t Charley E. JohnS. was hospitaliz, through at Stitek1and's'Landing a4 Kingsley, Lake." rant is John-Shaw,'a Lake Butler occupational or personal problems their vigorous protests, most girls are boys are secrefeiy i ito

frHE: COMMU&TY 'Wednesday afternoon as the i Left 'to Bight ,is .Joan Crowley, :RosseO: Raolerson Vernon Con restaurant Own r:: She will continue her 'duties ready to return to the classroom routine after: a long 'summer

STATE BANK ifcsulV of a heart attack. Mr. nor, Billy Moody, and Richard MIOr.. Baukrson is demonstratinghow State< taw.'.ProV1des that onej the commercial department. of fun and frolic. But whether they're glad or sorry -
| Johns became ill while flshlrig..DI1\ license may be issued for ,each L l' is beside the point. That inevitable school bell will ring ,'+
to Reddish \11 dean
prepare a victim for mouthpto mouth re u cltatfon. of dtudenti!
OF STARKE, the ,Oklawaha to Bradford River and Hospital wajorought I If the students passed the tough'two..week coarse they'are classed- j 2. 00 population' -shown by the and H. A. Sprow assistant princi.Continued at 8:20 next Monday 1IWI1ln&Jib! it or not; ,l:;.
County 1 latest census!,, state'or federal -
't Bed Junior and Senior t.\t
as Crosj Ufessveni
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Chamber of Commerce Secretary Mrs. R. L. Morgan of Bruns- Hamilton Ritch of Johnson
,t Robert Mclntire has returned wick. tie ofKMr. t ,, edl .: }
.411.1..111.'I r" jGar wash fg ft s. ileac.lIS' sd:;t}:y ta. .f y _
from a week's vacation spentat and Mrs B. C, Holtz ,ndqrf. Sr. ., rifflfos... parents;; M/. azic yRfra,.-l.1tr 1 if.fI J9.1!1 ,NORTH
I Marathon, last-Monda; *trf Thursday* H. JitcPJ. ; I
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i Mrs. Herbert punter of Palm L. F. Smith): l Sr. reuinied': ''Jjionxe abirs.:Roberf,Stet3Felli teatifl.: Di ee tp r'1B $e = I" JQ" FLORIDASUPPCY

ii i Harbor spent the first of the week Monday';from'teli> days. $is&. wiflaMr "of _Jl ainesvUle Sad-"1t:. and"Mrs. need ye< rds; the 1U9t; ; sp'CI l .
with Mr. and W. F. Herjong.Mr. n d t lle. 4 Ft L'
Mrs hJ4 :JJ11. th G4 { lgert .(t..HkIW Ue spoors & f \
and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and family in Florala Ala. He brought and their families were visiting mentary school Foo'tball League -

daughter. Sharon of Gainesville I back his grandson. Larry Smith their parents: Mr. ,and Mrs. HenryStefanelii which will get under way for, .. .

19_.. .... ...,.... ..-r. T' "... "... L -. ...-00 wgre visiting her parents, Mr. and : who is spending,the remainder of ., ..,,on Sunday. ..5th"J .and"6th, grade boys.the first II'''
;;atheS; I Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, on Sunday. i the WeflitJ\ his. grandmother, Bill- -and Glen McClanft len .week; in October. j jKoch's 1
and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Carolyn Redgrave son 13.8 CUBIC FOOT
I Ii Willard Pass and Mrs.. .
Mrs. son Lucile Davis. Tuesday for their home in Wilamgtonvpela Drug Store will sponsor }
Wayne, and )In. L. S. Hutto i of Gainesville were Sunday? eve-i Randy and Mrs A. F. Sauls spent Mrs. J..H.'Fields: of.Starke, Mrs. : after spending the :?oe team, and penn r said that i|

spent from Thursday to Sunday ning guests of Mr and Mrs. Garl j. last Tuesday to Saturday with i i)Harold Ford of Cocoa and Mrs: ;i::summer jslfh bit: : and Mrs.,George' .I I,three others. art. needed. to round I .
with Mrs. A. T. Gerle and Hrt. and Mathews. I.. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly in : Robert Tanner: of Baldwin 're'turri-: j i Flynn; 5r.:' They'weje' acconr3pqjniei : oat the "program. Sponsors will WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR' \

Mrs T. F, Hutto and family in ){rs. Louise Hardin of the State j Bartow. I j ed last Wednesday from ten, days'I! by their cousin, HarrieuPowerf provide jerseys for the eight-man : .

Jacksonville. The' Gerles returned Farm broke her little finger when II Extra Bobbins save time-Stock i i ip visit with Mr. and Mrs George,i!i Arid' the: -three" will, be'' team' at a cost. of around $40 the !

home with them. I she! caught it in the refrigeratordoor. with Sinter Bobbins at Denmark Powell.in Newton N. C. .and,with, .ilghf-seejms I ,tji Washington,"D. ,C. ,Ii1d' first year. After the initial, out {I .t
Mrs: Herbert Green and children I ; Furniture Co. U i Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. ,Tanner' New"York far;ten days.hr ; j.! lay cost of sponsoring a team II .tI
and Mrs.. J. H. Fields" are: I Mr. and Mrs Fred Leonhard returned j Sue ana Martha Deas of Lake in Dublin Ga.i and Mrs. J. S. WoOds'a.m1]t'Will run about .$20 a season for':, 1 ,I

spending Wednesday to Sunday Sunday from two weeks! City are spending this week with,I(i Rev. and Mrs.' Frank Miller;and 6n, .'irit spent taft' weekend1. f heir jerseys, Benner; said. I r ., n. I Ir
with Mrs. 'Harold Ford in Cocoa.. I visit "tth friends and relatives 'in!;, their grandparents, Mr.. and ;M children of'St. Anions:/W; Vavn aleviStins' ronj Ferittral'F.1 brda4bfrs. l The recreation department will i ;, az i .

Mr. Green will Join his family i Indiana'and Illinois. E. W. Hayes, at Kingsley Lake. | his mother,.Mrs; Frank .: .,Carolyn} ':Redgrave,and[ sQh, :.provide the players with helmets j t
over the weekend.Mr. I Rev. and Mrs. R. E: MacBlain Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green and Peterson and 7ayrfe aurf, S. Hutto :1
|I', Mr. Peterson } Mri L vis- i and shoulder pads, and they will I
and Mrs. 1. J. Kite of West I returned last Friday from iwo'! son, Archie, were in Gainesville ,i Mrs.': N. 'W":: Thames and Mr.. { f Mr.. and bf rs.' Alvln ,Belie'fa l f play in their own dungarees and :

Palm Beach, were! last Friday and I weeks vacation at Balsam, en business Monday I I. and Mrs. L M.; Richardson and..-I I'siksottvale'from;i 'Thursday i .fo shoes: I i ,:::". .:: .:'. i
Saturday guests of Mrs. J, R. Heights. N. C. r '
:Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootwere o'n'of'Marion, Alat:: were visiting Sunday. :
Kit?, I Connie Lee Martinez of Mandarin -' visiting their daughter, Miss'i I ISara I I}Ir, ,and 1 rir. A. G.' Lo doaSt Theo Genes hate"moved1\ from The elementary school teams I ,I\
Wayne Edwards of Alexandria, I is spending this week with: Barefoot in Jacksonville ,,I week: 217"X: .Brownl f.' ..street' to fi956RonS will practice ,t'pce a week, and I ..e ;

Va. will'be home Sunday to Wednesday her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs: j i Sunday. Mrs. N. S. Dankel l and soil: )' .R od,' Normandy' 'subdivision' will play a six-game, round robin

visiting his parents, Mr! Joe :Martinez. I II i i Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner will I, Bucky, spent Saturday, to ,Wednesday ; ; JaCksonville' : Benner schedule on Saturday mornings, I ;}; r.t ::1:1I

and Mrs. Jack Edwards. I Dr. James Chace of Tuscon!j return this weekend from two Il' at Fernandina Beach. Df.jtiaj; ides. H. H. Adams_andfamily ., said. ; :
Mrs. of Ariz visited his aunt, :Mrs. Etta I Norfolk, Va. Mrs. WiUwjnTof returned Saturday from -
Fred .J, Miller Jacksonville 1 weeks vacation in I Erma; ,Louisville
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. i Hoover, last Thursday. and Asheville, N. C. I Ga. is spending-several weeks two: weeks 'vacation: &Ight-s emg (
P. D. :panther! last week. Mr. and Mrs Purvis Hazen and Mrs. Eugene Tanner. Jr. and I I with her daughter, Mrs B. Ixi 'n,J V hingtori, L).-C. 4 '1CTARKE l ,

}!.rs. Elizabeth Starbuck andMiss daughter of Ocala were weekend Leon.r Gene of Eatontown. N. J. are .i i Moxley, Jr., and family. Mike: 'AndersorT has: returned to a,' : 7S I

Mary Elizabeth: Boyd of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Haas'at.Sale.,! staying with her parents,'Mr. and ', Mr. ,and Mrs.1T:,,C.Flippen and his!J' him"?' to Charleston' S. C.,.aft ,. .' .. Fly.' .. < e I
Mr. and Mrs. visit'with
W. S.
er six his I ,
Palatka were Sunday guests of 'Mrs. Adolph Gay. Sgt. Tanner I family, and David. and, Judy White .
Mrs. Bynum Perkins. Mrs. Star- tecded the Soil Conservation 1 will join his family in November.|Nashville, Tenn.. were- visiting grandmother Mrs Alice, Ander- > x ,
Supervisors convention in Jack- SUN., MON., & Tues
buck has recently returned froma ,I: More than ever it really pays Mr. and Mrs. Robbie' Shaller from iIOn. :
h e'J' ar assignment in Pakifitan. sonvills last Wednesday to Friday. to "Trade With Slade". If you are\Tuesday ,to'ThUrsday. Singere>jgi Mwhtoe;Ne**dlea' Auk.28, 29, &,30 : .
Mrs. Ha as' parents, :Mr. and Mrs. I at Denmark Fornitiir $ V t ..tir.rrtr.d
: |i a Slade customer or plan to become -' Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and The; ::CQSSACKS I
: Mrs.-'Xr: Anderson
H. H. Joiner of Winter Garden W.
Peden :McLeod of Waterboro 1 l one- you can now purchase family were called to Apopka Edmund Purdom I
I stayed with the Haas children. Jr. and children of V nturalif.. 'I
S. jour gas range and hot water Monday by seribus"illness of John *f
C. Use i
was guest of Mrs. J. Drew Jttrrymore t
Jordan J left Wedaesdsty; of }last"vi eefc'} by,
Elaine of Jacksonville See
M Mitchell on Tuesday. His I heater at wholesale prices. Mr. Lewis' mother, Mrs., Lily and
plane for New York, where they
mother, Mrs W. J. McLeod, re spent the weekend with Linda i us before you buy Ten year warranty Lewis. Mrs. Lewis died on Tues I I Model RLA-13
took another plane for Glasgow
turned home with him after she Kay Holton. hot water beaters ,only day and the .funeral ,was' held : IeJJhT Jets t
I Scotland. The family, will spend I *
Miss Jackie Hobbs of Miami II $59.93. Wednesday.. : hOl11:1"Plus
ten I
had spent days with Mrs
the :next eight or nine jnonths
1fitcheU.rs. was home for the weekend. She I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Undenll of Mrs. Ante .Maze 'has returned touring all ,the. free countries of -CartoonWednesday- 75 Pound Freezer t
left Sunday for St Petersburg. Orlando spent the weekend with from two :weeks .:visit with relatives -
Carl Mathews spent Friday Europe in their Citroen EFxencnmade" .
; where she will teach Home Economics -: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J..,H. in Talladega, Ala., .Madison, Thursday '
to Sunday with her granddaughter I ; automobile] which they
Mr. and Mrs. William in the :Mirror Lake Junior Moncrief. They all spent Sundayat GalIa'ion. and Nashville' ',Tenn. purchased, and had waiting for Aug. 31-Sept.: r Frozen Storage Tray .

FlinX' and their new baby son,, High School this coming year. Rainbow Springs. and Winter Park.: them upon their arrival in Glasgow. The Giant of I
Mr. and Mrs. Godwin :Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaper
tMrs. George Flynn, Jr. was a I Henry
Virgil Henry, in\ Jacksonville.: Before leaving'on *extended I
: medical patient in St. Vincent's I have returned from ten days vacation were vacationing} .w tft,frieeda.andrelatives JV1ARATHQNMyiene.Demon '
Mrs. W. E.; Middleton and Miss I European tour, the An- I Multi.Position Shelf .
in the Mountains, in Miami ,and geot, Danlela Korea
Madge ?RUddleton( spent the weekend Hospital last Wednesday to Satur I Smoky Leesburg dersous' visited their parents in !
with Mr. and ;Mrs. E. L. Mid.1 day. Her mother, Mrs. R. S. Mc- Mrs. W. L. Andrews left Saturday last week. They were:,accompanied Stark Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. .aN4Circus E

dleton. in Melbourne. Ateer of Tampa, spent the weekend for Baltimore, Md. to visit to. Miami by .Mr& Shaper's' sister, Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. StarsIn
with her fa.mily.PAITY'S her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. .Mr.s. 1apcy Gunter, who has been Caldwek ONLY
and Mrs. Bernard Cohen, and i visiting here for the 'past six Mr ana Mrs. R. V. Chapmanand 3Iagnificent Color S S9tA

Mr. and 'Mrs. Merrill Cohen and !, weeks. family have moved from Pins ,Cartoon \
family. She will also visit her Frank .Williams,is spending his WITH
Blanding street to 411 Alton
other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 'I leave from' basic training at .Fort toad. Air 'and Mrs.: .Charles; H. Fri,' Sat., Sept. 2,. 3' ,jU

DANCE STUDIO and Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr. in Media, ,Jackson,: S. ,C. with. 'his parents, Beajsley and family of Prattstreet Visit To A Small TRADE (

Pa., returning home Sept. 4. I Mr. and Mrs., Mack Williams ,He; have purchased the Chapman Planet

Mr., and Mrs. L. P. Smith, Jr. i will report. back there Sept. 1, home and are'moving.in this '"You can be sure if it's Westinghouse"NORTH
Kith Jerry Lewis.Also
I Bobby Strohschein! of Louisianais ,
and family of Florala, Ala will week. .
Announces Registration visit Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs : visiting his grandparents :Mr. Mrs. M. F. Hazen and niece, II
Lucile Davis, from Thursday to j 4nd Mrs. Frank Peterson. Ida Lou Plummer left Tuesdayfor Tarzan The Ape Man FLORIDA SUPPLY CO

Sunday. Replace your .ell Awing ,machine da'Louts, ,home'' .In| .Salina, Denny Miller as the New Tarzan
SEPTEMBER 1ST .. 2:00.5.:00 P.M. Randy Bennett of Jacksonvillewas belt with.a new Singer, Belt Kansas where ,Mrs. Hazen will .Plus Cartoon 222 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-2113 Ilf
visiting his grandmotherMrs. i from nenmut .Fnrcitgre Co. UMrs. visit} M-Sgt. and Mrs: W: E 1
Rudolph Sink is expected Plummer for ten days. Ida' Lou '
Frazier Shaw last week.
home from St. Vincent's Hospital has the'scn mer'' ,with the'
: '. .. At, Studio N.. :Mrs. 'B.. C. Holtzendorf Sr. slipped spent: .
;' 657 ,Walnut. en i Sunday where,she;.has'been 9 Hazens. '
't. ..: ..,.,.;-1,........ ./. '."i;' ... '" "o'T on the wet floor; ,in her kitchen medical patient,for the,:past two > Mr. and ,Mrs H. K. Davis and
"' ... ..'J........ < /" Sunday 'while. defrosting _the refrigerator -! AUGUST
"r v.y h: '. -- III -.. .A'.- _.'.."","- .1----- '.rJO' : weeks., ': sera* ..Randan, and Miss ,.Ginger PESMARK'S l -
.r' r-:,:-7 # and ,broke her left arm.' }tr. and Mrs. X'M. Smith andchildren Thornton :spent Thurslayto;) :gun-, ,

: .' ,Miss Pat ,Beecher of Jackson, spent. the weekend -,visiting 'r1arYln& :-the :Sjnqky. Mountains ;of
ville was visiting Mrs. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs'Jerry Bolden and North Carolinaand'Tennessee..- I

Shaw and son, Lamar, over the fishing-at Opalocka. W. J. Dodd Sr. of West, :Miss DInette '
weekend. ,Recruit Michael Reddish Fort lisited Mr. and Mrs. Dodd .Jr.
Ballet and Tap All Ages George Carter has returned: Benning Ga. is .home for two and family J last! week.Mr ".

? from North Haven, Conn.' and #is 1 weeks. and Mrs-'R. M see and I

Special Pre-Teen & Teen BallroomFor visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.. J. Powell. ,George Prescott (Buck).Gill, Jr. children spent he. Weekend with I These Low Prices Good Friday, and Saturday August
: More than ever, it really pays:; is stationed at 'Fort"Jackson,' het parents Mr.. and Mrs: E. J. ,

to "Tra4elth, Blade*. If,you area I Columbia. S.> C. after being :inducted : Doyrr 1 g Thlegnruuteto# : theirham
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Slade customer, or plan rto be Ong2.. In Laketarid'after>, spendingth > Only
come one- you can now purchase II Mrs Charles R. Rather and four -!. UP.WJl.atllpet\ Colo.
your gas! ,range and hot ,water children or Hebron, Md. spent,the Mr. and Mrs. .Byron $ewcomb
Further Information Call 'WO heater at wholesale prices. See 1' weekend with her sister, Mrs. of Waycross, Ga. visited Mr.: and ,5-PICE PJREITE SUITE FRI. SAT., -. ONLY I II
4.7821 : : : Newcomb'and Mr, and
us before you.buy. Ten year ",arIra Drew Reddish, and family: Mrs. G. S.

.. .M ." ty hot water heaters only' Mrs. M. W. Lance:and daughter,rr.Jrs. &: tf.; DoyIeAlasV Friday:: I

.. .. $.9.95._ I' Babs, of ..Fehiandjna,, ,former and Mrs. Earl Norman ofJacks'JnVU1e' TABLE
-- were 'visiting her \
Starke residents, were: busiaes I
: nlothsr, 'Mrs.'E. L. :Cdi' last Sat;
visitors Mon jay.
ire on <[ :They
,were enroute to'New' Orleans, ALA. 1 urday.. AND.4 I
for five months while Babs com, Steve' Denmark tf visiting his
grandmother,.. Mrs ,E.' ,C: 'Morris
pletes her ;
nursing course, at 30x40x: 48 Extension
i rl Pompario'Beach for,ten days.
Charity Hospital.Lynwood : .
: Mc3. Alice Anderson is visiting
-i'N- and'Dee' Walters are Mr. and .Mfs. If
: W. J. Johpston in
in "Altamont Springs this'' week Miami this week. With Trade

visiting i ui .L.,D, Iainea. family. Mrs Smith'DeVoe,was.a: medical Rtpk gftftNow$ Only

.. Mi?. H. ,B, Peyton ,reentered, ; patient in radford County,
,,,,..-.',...' 1 1 I f 1'l' Bradford: CQ} [
,'-. ,. of treatment the week: for. :further" medical' -- .Charlie. .Vncent'sHospitallnJackson-Cowen; was :confined: ;in6t. 7-PIECE: JHHETTE!l SUITETABLE AND 6 CHAIRS

Mr. and .Mrs. Calvin Caruthersof ville Lost week,for.observaU9n and.. ,
Oxford were last Friday jeatment.Mrs. .
:ling supper 'guests of Mr. eye-andYt'.S" ( E, .L. ,Cox was ,a., jaedical( 36 x 48 x 60 .5 $89.95

: : Drew eddish. : D t1e t.in Bradford; JCounty HosFital ,- ,ExtensionNOW

Mr. and 'Mrs. .!t, C. HOI have i from'. Wednesday'to, Mon- .. VALUE
just returned from Ja.eksonvilJej day.Misses:
Linda Cox, Susan Judd, ONLY
t I' BX where tney were called by the l lriousmne d Afanlyn Hernw.ftll, attendng With Trade I
o jire
I ;;, ..: : [ lj of Mr.. Hill's, sISter,
Mrs:Edgar Boor thij<< ieuior.; yairtl3aSSelpbiy of
1"I, the' rep thJs'week.Mr
I ; ;,' t yr Uy' 'Mrs.,M. p..SUnpersjind' .chien ."" and iiiLeesburg Mrs. M.B.; Jordaii i. i

I .. of Jacksonville' are' visiting i : Mr. were'vacationing in North' Cafoliia l KING SIZE 97-.PIECEDINETTE SUITE
find Iii
: va ) Fr .R. Strickland and l and. Alabama the past, two,

'. .; : .family today F ftks. .
Ii '- Mr. and Mrs. Merjitt Williams :Mrs. Myldred Cuttino and : j
and Miss Frances Landrum visited daughter..Melody, were.vacationing ,

;t '' "" Mr.: and Mrs. Dick Siefferman in. at Daytbaar'Beach"'last wee, 36s. 60 x 72 Extension
I, Tampa over .th 'weekend, Mrjs. R. E.-M; ndorff. who waseleasejf

I Mrs. Charles :McQuaig and ( from Bradford County Regular $119.95 (
Hpspitaf.last Wednesday, fas regdmttted -
; family returned home' to Way-' 95-
; e !It's Convenient 'fO'I \1.L: cross. Ga. Monday! after spending! to the .hospital; Satur-' Valuemm .
I yy 40ft" check the weekend with her parents aay"for.further treatment! ,
; h's Safe dry'of ci# \1,1\\1 Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. Mrs. Dv T; .Clark:,of Miami is8Dfndmg.'sevela1 With :

i I a 0\ outaKeDat They' were' accompanied by Mrs. s weeks with Mr.aM ry\cr\ j

1 \ t+ It's Businesslike" t,oonr 1CpMon Harold Godwin and soar. Jay, far 'Ur "..J.- R. WafewrijW. -- and .-, .. Trade ,
se,erpl days visit l iamlly.Dr. I
t It's i Byron TerwOlegar 'wia] : return ;and Mrs.., MV C. Stith' and I
TimeSavirigMJffi .,._ t' ;
: ''.- : Weed.Saturday from'two weeks at:Camp.. daughter thefir: horse, Sandra' In- Fags, left'.Chtrchr MQn lay Va.for All Of The Above Suites Available Fof rmec1iafei

: rnrcfcas+ toy' utaflel .f the after three weeks-vfstf- 'wlth'Mrs.Siithjs"najth ; In k Wide
Variety of Color And Finishes
if t i Sewing Machlfic': AtFnrnlfcre "Pk r.:, H; L. ErownMrs. -
f!iP CiLiKas" iqe. .

r Landrum of ..Del Coney. and'MIss. Lillian
I starke and her grandmother; Mrs. 1 Ui1. l.P-! 1iJ!- "I-;;}'lekli flEE, KLNEIlf FREE J1IUTO .

i.' J. F. Rogers of JacksonYBW will flpwter.. and Mrs. Ruby Collins-. \
;I ':. fly to Akron; Ohio: Saturday .to 1i over-the ,! ,t
1 r ,' ..... bethe guests .ot air. and Hrs "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"f

'. .. W. H. Miner 'fort-week ,, and Band AssociationTO '

t r. ; FLORIDA; : also visit Ind. Miss'relatives Landrum in Indianapolis wffl be: Hold Meeting : DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY.

maid of honor the" .
: : at marriage:of be Band ;Booster'. ; Association ,
her cousin. 'Miner
pKarep on Sept.
i ': : IS RTh, e ;. s. w Tuesday.AA4., .> special, ,at, maeting on iahBa8 OF Ki&# STARKE
.. .. ; .It ._ Aiig. 30 7:30.p m.:
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ONlCFZAMu0TyrF1.CLOANATI.NA1GROUP.HI utf $ ...-or ." John W Griffin 'of Ovhlochnee ) | Hajl l land AU paints q band ,
u tui cupvr U.ANCtC@U r < -
; Ga. will spend seyjeai members friends t the bjyjtf 1M. :4rli weskc1J$}. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, ..FJA"It
days next week with her parents I are urged to,attend this important

Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. ; meeting. _
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Chamber of Commerce Mrs. R. L. Morgan of Brunswick Hamilton Ritch of Johnson .

I tary Robert Mclntire has seere-I ;', ar-wa37't a .get of 17 hfr or t r la Jpt;day W e .or, .. )
II I ed from a week's vacation and. Mrs' :Bt CL--. HOdofl., tSr. Js i + 41 '
1f1 parents, )11. Gild. Mrsj.; t $0u1 9tP! t
i at' Marathon, last'.19 1W R tq Th .. H. jttc : '
I Mrs. Herbert Hunter of Palm L; F. Smith Sr.' |eluried'.tom: %. 'j.'1 1 ana Mrs Jtoberf' .Ste a pelli l eereaU6* Di1ecpi B7b: 11epnez J'JG, F iinAI\ i \

; Harbor spent the first of the week Monday' fronTt< days ;} Silo with Of Vijainefville. andxMr' .;, ;'Mrs. ;, aid ye rd*Mth{ e rp 9rl, ; ; ; \
Y FEEIRPS with Mr and Mrs W. F. Herjong. 1 Mr, opal jMri i h; .Jr, t m4 ( etfa. ..l9JU'2'' .k"I'mtJI..e' Errs .Jn .fjf e. I '
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and i family in Florala Ala. He brought and their families were visiting mentary ScEool Foo'tbaU Leaguewhich .\

daughter! Sharon of Gainesville' 1 back his grandson Larry Smith their parents, Mr. and Irs. Henry will get under way for I .

*f *V were visiting her parents, .Mr.. and who Is spending the remainder of Stefaue1ll!?on-Sunday. 5th; and 6th grade boys "the firstreek i j
Mrs. J. C. Hobbs on Sunday. i 1 the :week, will his\ grandmother, in October.
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsof Bill and Glen McCtene left ) j I FOOTV j
Wayne and Mrs. L. S. Hutto|i Gainesville were Sunday even Mrs. W lard 'Pass and son ;Mrs. LucOe Davis. Tuesday for' their home In Wit I Itington. Koch's Drug Store will sponsor !I! 13.8 CUBIC

spent from; ; Thursday to Sunday' J1g guests of Mr and"Mrs.. GarllMathews. i'Randy and Mrs A. F Sauls spent Mrs. J. HL Fields of.Starke Mrs. ;pet; after> pending.the i{f?ne .team, and pennesaid that j jf | ,
with Mrs. A. T.,gerle and Mr. and I i last Tuesday to Saturday With i iMr ;.Harold] Ford of Cocoa' and Mrs; cattier: with;M ; and .trS;.George I j f three xifhers are._ needed to round I Ii '
I' ..and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly in ; ]Robert Tanner of Baldwin return- F1 n, T&i' !i out the
Mrs; T. F. Hutto and family inJacksonville. Mrs. Louise Hardin of the 'State Sf;, wee acorn? program. Sponsors will %WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR i
Bartow. |i ed last Wednesday from ten days' theftroUslJi. Harriet f proVIde.je is :
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The Gerles returned Farm broke her little finger when j i pnjai| '. I f for the eight-man ,
Extra Bobbins save,time-Stock i< visit with Mr. and Mrs! G org P owelly and<< the .three'will be'ighfseahtbi I'r team at a' cost of around $40 the !. ,
ehe j
caught it .in' the refrigerator
home Mrs:with Herbert them.Green and child- door. )i 4p with Slater Bobbins at Den,i:Powell in Newton, N. C. and,with fl Washington: ,D- C." ., first year. After the initial, out. i
I i mark Furniture Co. U\\ Dr. and Mrs. Edward G.: Tanner :rut New*York.:fbiKieri dapa.bir lay f : cost of sponsoring a team I ,(
ren and airs. J. H. Fields are: :Mr, and Mrs Fred! Leonhard returned \ j ,
to I from two weeks;! Sue and Martha Deas of Lake in; Dublin. Ga. : and Mrs-; j. s. Woods andaczr I will. run about .$20 a season for .,!
spending Wednesday Sunday Sunday
City are spending this week with< Rev. and }trs. Frank Mflftr.aM ; Trails; sP 1t'th: oieelre4. Dew jerseys, Benner said.
with Mrs. Harold Ford in Cocoa.Mr. ,visit \iith friends and relatives inj i .
their grandparents Mr, and Mrs. ]I
;; children- St. Alban :-W. Va% .ago ,curia 1'centralWayfc ;Tli4a. The recreation .
Indiana'and: Illinois. department willprovide
will his
Green Join ) >
E. W. Hayes, at Kingsley Lake. i jvisjtmg- his mother,. Sirs, Frank, Airs: Ca T 1h: 'ReQggrave t1d Sod: the with
the weekend. Rev. and :Mrs. R. E. :MacBlainj players helmets
over I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green and,.Peterson and Mr. Peterson ,' nif'' Mri'lL S. Hotto v sfcJ :1
Mr. and Mrs.. L. J. Kite of West returned last Friday from two! [ : and, shoulder pads, and they will
1! son. Archie, were in Gainesville !I :Mrs. N. 'W Thames and Sir.i bir: and ]MrS: iVm., erle .in in their V :
Palm Beach. were last Friday and weeks vacation at Balsonv o dungarees and I IshOes. a
en business :Monday. i and Mrs. Lt MJ: Richardson'i aOO'soiof' Jaifeblnvale1 from :Thtifsday" to .
Saturday guests of Mrs J. R. Heights, W. C. j Barefoot'' att;:
; Mr. and Mrs. P. M. M arion, Ala: were:: visiting Sunday :
Kit?. Connie Lee Martinez of }oan.I'i were visiting their daughter, Miss I IMr. and M'rs. A. G.. London ''last Tfai Genes' }have moved'' from The elementary school teams I:
Wayne Edwards of Alexandria, darin Is spending this week with! will practice .twice a week and .
; Sara Barefoot, in Jacksonville week: 217E. .Bfdwil e street to 6956 i
Va. wflf be home: Sunday to Wednesday her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.: j! Sunday. i ,' RofioRoaidf .NeqSSandy'subdivi wfll play a six-fame, round robin J
; Mrs. N. S, Dankel slid .son, / ,
visiting his parents, Mr Joe Martinez. j, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner will j I JBucky, spent Saturday to' Wednesday -' sion;; in-HJaplEbhvine..) :, schedule on Saturday mornings, 4 S ,: I
and Mrs. Jack Edwards. Dr. James Chace of Tuscon return this weekend from two '; at FernandlnJa Beach. :: fit..il' id'.Mis. It: H: Adams and 3enner said. I ,

Mrs.' ,Fred J. Miller of Jacksonville 1 Ariz; visited his aunt, Mrs. Etta I weeks vacation in Norfolk, Va. j Mrs.. Erma Wilburja of .Louis family"returned: Saturday from S ,. dl '' ,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.P. Hoover, last Thursday and Asheville, N. C. 1 ville, Ga. is spending several weeks, (two' week 'vacation; sightseeing. I

D. Fancher! last week. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and :Mrs. Eugene Tanner Jr. and !with her daughter, airs:. If. Itj -n*' '}7ashiEig{
Mrs. Elizabeth Starbuck and daughter of Ocala were weekend ton Gene of Eatontown,'N. J. are j i Moxley, Jrrf and family Mike'V..Anderson has; returned to .,

Mi%J'uatv: Elizabeth Boyd of guests Mr. of and Mr.Mrs.and'Mrs.W. S.. Guy Haas Sale.attended I staying with her parents Mr. and ,j I Mr., and titre. :T:.C..FJippen and I hisnhii> $ ta Charl' ston.' S. C..aft .STARE, FJ.:.' i1 i1.r j i iv
Palatka were Sunday guests of 1 I Mrs. Adolph Gay. Sgt. Tanner j family, and David and. Judy Whitejcf' er' six"weeks' visit with his :f fI
Mrs. Bynum Perkins. Mrs. Star- the Soil Conservation:>; will join his family in .Noyember. i j I Nashville, Tenn.. were e Visiting grandmother. Mrs. Alice Andert k'a' I
buck Supervisors convention in Jack-j j Mr. 9n.? SUN., MON., & Tuesqg.,2g
has recently returned froma More than ever it really pays i> and Mrs. Robbie Shaller from ]
three' year assignment in Paki- sonvilie last Wednesday to Friday. :! to "TradeJlth SladeIf you are!!:Tuesday ,-Thursday. $lnrer qe! C A hJnl'leecl: ., ,. 29, & ,30, V
i Mrs. H as' parents, Mr. and Mrs, i A''E'
8 stun: j a Slade customer or plan to become -!i Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and Depiawk.Farnltnrf C*. tf I Th :CQSSACKSEdmund
H. H. Joiner of Winter Garden j. Mf:"and 'kris. : ( W. 'Anderson
Peden, :McLepd of Waterboro, !' one- you can now purchase family were called to Apopka PurdomJohn
with the Haas children. \ I 1
stayed '' Jr. and children of .
S. C. was the guest of Mrs. J. { your gas range and hot water M d -by'lh ,senoas illness of VentpaMCalif IlrgC .B rlryoiiore :
Elaine Jordan of Jacksonville I .eh Wednesday pf last 1'i' eJt by.
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M. Mitchell on Tuesday. His [ heater at wholesale prices. See Mr. Lewis' mother, Mrs. Lily and
mother Mrs. W. J. McLeod, returned spent the weekend with Linda j us before you .buy. :Ten year warranty Lewis. Mrs. Lewis died on Tues.- plane for New York where they Model RLA-13 ,
took another 'for Glasgow Here i
plane Gomes
Kay Holton. heaters lt The Jets
home with him after she j i hot water only day and the .funei-a.I .was held .
had spent ten days with Mrs: Miss Jackie Hobbs of Miami, $59.95. Wednesday. i Scotland. The. family will spend 'Steve:Braife,''tyti Thomas: V

Mitchell. was home for the weekend. She I I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Underill of Mrs Arv1 Maze ,has' returned. the Jiexi all eight the free.or nine countries..monthstouring of Plus, 'Cartoon. 75 Pound Freezer

Mrs. Garl Mathews spent Friday left Sunday for St Petersburg I, Orlando spent the weekend with from two greeks :visit 'with .lelatives Europe in their [IFrmade V II

to Sunday with her granddaughter where she will teack Home Economics 'I| her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. in Talladega, Ala:, Madison, automobile Citroen] which they Wednesday Thursday

Mr. and Mrs. William in the Mirror Lake Junior Moncrief. They all spent Sunday Gallarion. and Nashville, Tenn.. purchased .and had waiting ,for Aug. 31 Sept: l' Frozen Storage ,
FlfokY and their neW baby; son, mete School this coming year. I IIrs. I at Rainbow Springs. and Winter Park.: bent upon their arrival in Glasgow. The Giant l of t\

Virgil Henry, ty\ Jacksonville. .? George Flynn, Jr. was a! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin i Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller .Before leaving on their.e -
medical patient in St. Vincent's f I have returned from ten days vacation were ,vacationing! w li./rieidsand ,MARATHQNMjlene.Demongeot '
airs, W. E. Middleton and Miss i % } .ended European tour the An I Multi-Position Shelf
Madge Middleton spent the week- Hospital last Wednesday to Satur iu the Smoky Mountains,' relatives, in Miami.and" Leesburg dersons visited their parents in .! Panlela Korea. i/
end with }{r. and Mrs. E. L. Mid- day. Her mother, Mrs. R. S. McAteer Mrs. W. L. Andrews left Satur- ; last week. They were ,accompanieto Stark Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. andCircus t

dleton. in Melbourne. of Tampa, spent the week. day for Baltimore. Md. to visit : Miami 1 by? .Mrs. Shaller's: sister, Anderson and'Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. StarsIn L"
,end with her family.PATTY'S her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs. Nancy? ,Gunter, who has seen. Caldweli i ONLY'
,.___ I
m here for the. Magnificent Color S
and :Mrs. Bernard Cohen, and visiting 'past siz Mr. and 'Mrs. R. V. Chapman: ,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Merrill Cohen and weeks. and family have moved from Plus .Cartoon? I
family. She will also visit her Frank xWiUiams"is spending his :.411 WITH
1351 Blanding street to. Altontoad. :
other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. leave.from. basic training at Fort Mr. and Mrs. .Charles H Fri.,- Sat., Sept. 2,. 3' jU

DANCE STUDIO and Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr. in Media, Jackson- S. C.' .wit, his parents, Beasley !and! .fan I y of Pratt Visit To A Small I .": TRADE I
Pa. returning home Sept. 4. :Mr. and Mrs Mack Williams .fie street have purchased the Chapman Planet I i

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. will report back there Sept? 1. home and are moving,in this With.Jerry Lewis "You can be sure if it's, Westinghouse" I II
Strohschein of Louisiana
and family of Florala Ala. will Bobby
Announces Registration visit Mrs. Smith's mother; :Mrs. is visiting his grandparenta, -Mr week.Mrs.. M. F. Hazen and niece -Also.

., ... Lucile Davis from Thursday to and Mrs: Frank Peterson.Replace Ida Lou Plummer, left Tuesdayfor Tarzan The Ape Man I NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO.

Sunday. your 'old Kirtas: m*- Ida ''Lou's horn? .in! .SaUna, .J@my Jlfller as the New Tarzan I

SEPTEMBER 1ST ... 2:00 5:00 P.M. Randy Bennett of Jacksonvillewas chine belt ,with a nesStagev Belt I ansis where .Mrs. Hazen will ;Plus! Cartoon 222 N. Temple Ave Phone WO 4-2113
from Dnmark Fumitorf V PO. U \ft. M- flt.. tonA .'.M& ''W'.' K \
visiting his grandmother, -"' ---- ---' -- '
Mrs. Frazier Shaw last week. Mrs.. Rudolph Sink} is expectedhome Plummer for-ten. days. Ida'' 'Lo 1, ..... : .
I from St. Vincent's Hospitaen i has pent thVsummer1 the =:: A
: At Studio Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr. slip- : .. ,
: 657 N. Walnut : i Sunday .Wh 'e' she .has1 been,_ Hazens- 5. c

....- 1'i... .." ....; rot4. '. ,. ':.. ... ped on the wet floor in her kitchen medical patient for the :past V two Mr, and Mrs.- H...K...Davia,and V
'.4' ,r- _' .. '.r'- ., /4"" Sunday- "while', defrosting the refrigerator weeks. :"-. '<*. scn;.:=lEaiidall. and*, fis$' Ginger OE'MARK'S. : ,. ..' : V,
... { : : .and .broke; her left, arm Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Thornton :.spent .ThurMayitoigiuiTiay.in.'the : -. AUGUST
,Miss Pat ,Beecber of Jacksonville children spent, the weekend, ,yi3it : m Clb", !Mountains'-of i (1Dinette
I was visiting Mrs. Frazier ing Mr. and Mrs:'Jerry Bolden and North Carolina-:and',Tennessee.-

Shaw and son, Lamar, over: the fishing.- V.at .Ooalocka.. ] ,W.,J. Dodd Sr. of West, Miss.sisitfd .' '
weekend. Recruit Michael Reddish of.Fort i Mr. and Mrs., Dodd ,Jr e
Ballet. l and Tap All Ages George Carter has returnee Benning Ga. Is home for two and f family last jreek":

from North Haven Conn,' and is weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. M.,;Lee and I

Special Pre-Teen & Teen BallroomFor visiting Mr. and Mrs C..: J. Powe George Prescott '(Buck.Gill Jr. children. .sp nt ,piel Weekend with These Low Prices Good Friday, and Saturday August
More than ever, it really paysto is stationed at fFo'rt.'Jackson, her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J.MrrVncTMrs. i

-Trade ," tb $lade". If you! area ,Columbia, S.' C.' .after;, being .inducted Dolr. g 'Vhp gentoutetQ: theirham 26 27

Slade customer or plan ,to become A.ng 2. .,', ,. t- In, Lakelandatter spendingth _. Only
one- yon can now purchaseyour Mrs. Charles R. Rathel and,four & IP. ,}3oi1det}\ Colo-
gas range and'.hot water children or Hebron, Md. spent-the Byron .) ewcomb
Further Information Call WO 4.7821 heater at wholesale prices. SeeDS weekend with her sister, Mrs of Waycross, Ga. visited Mid: SME 1 ', EJTE SUITE-FRI. -SAT.. -- OILY I

before you,buy. Ten year }car Drew Reddish, and :family: Mrs.. G: v. )ftewcomb1and! Mr. andMrs' .

.. .. ranty hot water heaters only Mrs..bL W.:Lance and'daughter, :?. D: D6yle"1ast' Friday. \

.. .., -, $, 9.9s. $abs, of ,Fernandlna:. .forme r Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nonn'ri ofJactsJn'vi1le' TABLE
---- were"visiting. her.
.. Starke residents, were: business
niothsr, Mrs.] 'E. L ; last Saturday. I
visitors .
.here qn. MOnday. :,!'bey 1 4 ,CHAIRS
were enroute -New Orleans; .La. '
Steve' Denmark is' visiting his
for five months while Babs completes
her grand 1other, Mrs .E. C: 'Morris; '
nursing course at 30 x 40 x 48 Extension
'' in" Pompano: 'Beach for ten days. I
.Charity Hospital, ;
; ,Air;. dice i;; Anderson is visiting '
; Lynwood and Dee' falters are ,
W. J. Johnston InMiami
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; ; -Altamont the Springs this'- Week this week.* War{ $$59.5Now With Trade Only $4995'1PIEGE
visijtfag .L..D.Hatoes.family.: Mrs. Slpith DeVoe..as.a. medical :

Mrs. H.. B... Peyton reentei d. patient in radford. .CountyHospital
,. .> i Bradford 'Cogity.Hospital the'first from :Friday< to,Monday

V of the week for .further ,medical ,Charlie"Cowen was confined in
( treatment:: ., St Vmcent's-Hospitaliiv Jacksonville ( P1TTEWTE! -- TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS

tI' Mr. and }Mrs. Calvin Caruthersof List ..week,for.observation andtreatment.

ii Oxford were last' Friday .eye 36 48 ,60
ling supper guests of Mr. and ,)tics. E; .L. .Cod f*? P, me411ca1! x i 95 $89.95

Mrs Drew Reddish.Mr. .patient ,In Bradford: jCounty H.psrital ,-. :ExtensionONLY .

from Wednesday, to Mon-.. .
and Mrs; 2T. C: Hill have o '
., just returned from Jacksonville, ,'day.:Misses Linda; Cox, Susan Judd. NOW ;

:I' i ti DL serious where"Illness tney'were'of'Mr.called HOI'S. by sister the, at d-4arlyn Hernw.a.11: are @tteudpg .. \Vith' Trade I Ii

I ). }Irs:Edgar BootV ,.1110.< sealer! youth\ -.assembly of .
!* .', he: &IYF in.Lee>bure this"week.. i
i ; : Mrs..M.: J p\:Simpers and phl dren, '}.{r. aud 'MIs.:'"M. )B. Jordan

I II I of Jacksonville are, visiting i llr. wgre vacationing In North',- Carolina -1 KING SIZE 91-PIECEDINETTE SUITE

and bird F,. R. Strickland"and and. Alabama the post two.

..,. ,family today wpeks. --
I -ri Mr. and -MrsMerritt Williams \.Mfa. Myldred Cuttino and T A CHAIRS I
j and,Miss Frances Landrum visited wlu hter. Mslcdy. werevacation* ,

I tfr, and Mrs.. Dick Siefferman in inS at.Dajtona ;Beach'last week 36 x 60 ,x 72 Extension
i r Tampa over .th 'weekend.. Mrs. R. E.-AIun4orff: :who .Wa1

4I f t, ": ___ Mrs. Charles McQuaig and released from Bradford county. Regular $) 19..9$ & (
Hpspitai-iast Wednesdayre-;
__ _- \ family returned home' to Way' 95
i : '; It's Convenient +' 'fO'I an1\\o'f i cross, Ga. Monday! after spending! idmltted.to.iay'or'urther. the ,hospital Satur-: ValueNOKEY ,
I Why dOn ; ec the'weekend: with: her parents treatment
; H'sScfe' 1tQt\\ogt' oteme blU\k1 Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. 'Mrs. p.-- T Clark' .of Miami: is With :
Q< out spending'' several weeD wth Mr. '
\ 0' They were accompanied by' Mrs ; I
1 S It's Businesslike ott01lO yes \ Harold Godwin 'and son, Jay, -far. aid! ISO.-' ..: IjLWafitwright andiap&y. -q Trade
r o-pet' several, days-visit: j
f' Dr- and Mrsji. ,.C.. Stith' and I
I ItV TimeSaving __ : Byron TerwUlegar'. .. 'win returnSaturday .
.". from:two Weekly at Camp ,daughter: Sandra.;left' Monday for All'Of The Above Suites Available Fotlmmediate.f/ r f
Weed. V therr: hoffte.: fir Fat ,Cbnrch,' Vs. .> .

I,c : i'urthiie MMhiatr. tit: ua&ti" At .D f j&ajptSewlas asadt. .after,tfliee weeks; Mrs.?;via_H.t::'L.with'RfrabtittYS"caothhey :' Brown-. delivers! In A' Wide Variety of Color/ And Finishes .

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Furniture C T "it lee.Mis. .
iss"Francea* Landrum of .'Del Coney"and;'Mia s Lfflian
t Starke and'her grandmother, Mrs. Stuff.","","_n--.) "l "W e't'r;!;%,*.' ''?<> ?u<"...J. FIEE, .LilEly FR.DUVER"It's I

i ij J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville:' will i lw1w and. Mrs. Ruby Collins in
," fly to I F 'the..wS'5 'lte fttL' ,
AJtmn: ; Ohio! Saturday tobe. -. -: -
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i .' the A Fact You Can Do Better At"OF
: ....- guests ot :Mr. and TSn .
W. H. Miner far-tab: .ic ek%. and 1 Association <

FLO RI'' DA polis also visit Ind" 'relatives MLsaJLandrum in T will ttlfxniL.be' 10, Hold MeetAi. DE.WV.VViiFURNITURE COMPANYKf

maid of honor ,
r : at tae mAniage o) l
CBse- .$and, ;-Booster: Association .
her ,
1J. *' a apedal meftteg cp i! I) .
; V; 3, STARKE
.h", _. ,ii-A.HK J., _... ."AT.sJtJtlfltE. . ...,: ___,,:_._. Mri John .W.- : Tuesday Ang 39. ,at T :jup.-fa?I 1 .
-\ ofOvh- ty-g&g S l.4?WH gtbandipcmbera t
iochnee: Ga. will>' spend sejnwidays and friends the fe M I' Hl. > W!& JJ J. Phone 1V0 4-4321 Starke. '
next week Keith her parents. areurged to.attend this important .. :, .,. ,

, Mr. and Mrs. ,F. F. Stump. meeting. .- .-. ... ::; .. -';;: ; :7

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t .:Methodist School Youth'sSunday Class I 4 R i: C Company Gets ,fers"This. j :: : : i ..

I Begun At Breakfast 1I y. '' ;Ml men well in a
4 L,. Highest Rating l ''
day n ;

An organizational breakfast was' ..' 65 ment,"

held First In Methodist Fellowship Church Hall Sunday of the ., ,...: : ems, r I I In 48th Division !i r a"

GladyS Mooty 'y2. x .
morning preceding Sunday Schoolfor I II
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I the young people who have :hr Company 'c, 748th Ordnance
Newmans-Taylor Wainwright Reunion graduated from high school with r:,,. I Battalion, Starke National Guard ,
college, business, or service con- rti,
.r. : omit, has been awarded the highest
Marriage AnnouncedMr. Was Sunday Event nections. annual rating in the 48th I

Rev. and Mrs, Mitchell O. Pet- ; .:h; f I Armored Division for I960- { :
and Mrs. Lois Newmans announce tus of the Emerald Avenue Methodist 3
A reunion; of the descendantsof j a a I The -rating of 97.86 was received ;
the marriage of their Churjch' Knoxville,
Edw J. and Newnan Cone; by the local unit last week i iI
Dorothy Ann to Vernon Foster Shi .
daughter. Wainwright was held at the civic' were honored guests. ,I from the Regular Army Advisor)i
Paul Taylor, son of Mr. and center in Doctor's Inlet on Sunday Smith, teacher for the group, ,_ ,. for the Division. Ratings are! ..
Mrs. Ralph Taylor of the State
i Aug. 14. Ninety descendants was in charge. based on such criteria as unit I
Farm. : of the couple and several guests A delicious pancake breakfastwas training efficiency weapons qualification ,
The marriage took place at 6 i iI .. = ,., ..
served to the 15 attending by .y a 1
drill field
I were present. Aty armory and j
p.m. Sunday,' Aug. 14, in the the ladies of the church. training! attendance and perform- '': 1
home of the bride's parents, with At a brief business session during ,.
Rev. Paul Taylor as the officiating : the day the following officerswere ante '
elected Allan B. Wain { "To receive this award In competition -
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minister. Circle One Of R with more than 100 other
the bride aright Jacksonville president; '
For her marriage, '
Wade Wainwright, Jacksonville, Christian Church units is an outstanding: accomplishment
pink] dress,with white ac .
wore :a ) .S" : '
; 'v. and speaks well for the :
vice president; Mrs. Hazel Wainwright -
cessories. Holds Monthly Social qualified, men and officers we
Doctor's Inlet '
Ryan, sec-
Arrangements of white gladioliand _r: 'r have in unit "
our said Capt. Ran-
retary-treasurer Rev. T. D. Ryan, t
white mums. were used in ; Circle One of the First Christian dal F. Chitty, '
F company com-
Jr., Doctor's Inlet, historian.
decorating the home on this oc- Church held its monthly social ; mander.
casion. meeting at the Edwin William "The only way this was made
After the wedding, a receptionwas Wesley L. Andrews place on Kingsley Lake. BR'S+ r 'd.., ,. ,., Rt I possible- was through the hard' ;

held for the family> and The members and their families ,ff ... work and cooperation of all per- !f

friends. Given Surprise Party enjoyed swimming, games, and a :t' t" '- ':"" [ions> In the unit, combined with
Mr. ana Mrs. Taylor are resid I I picnic lunch. During the meeting. 1, 2 { the great amount of experienceand

ing in Slarke.Brownie Wesley L. Andrews was the flocking Chair Banks were givento :, ,'<,"-''. a: -.:,: talent our people have," Capt.
"s t:" .
honor guest at a surprise birthday each member for the benefitof ..... ;':.1; \t""" Chitty added. I I
Circle party Wednesday night, Aug. the Florida Christian Home in Y Y+ ,,a ., ': '. -,">I ."; .A... '.r Fear, if any, units in the regular -
Meeting HeldThe 17. The large birthday cake was Jacksonville. f 1.- ,t ';,*_'1":'f, ;.. .'" service can boast of the number -
brought in by his son and daughter Twenty-five members and ;-( of experienced mechanics,

Brownlee Circle'met Tues -in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald guests enjoyed this affair. ; .... '-' :{ welders, and other technicians I I

day, Aug. 16, at the home of the Andreas." The September meeting will be :; '" fJt'yft' that ire on our roster" com-

leader, Mrs.,,[. H. Lang, with six I Refreshments of ice preset and held at the home of Mrs. Gerald x: w: 4 < mented M. Sgt. Robert W. Drake,
members present. Mrs, M. F, cake were enjoyed, and Mr. An Griffis at Camp Blanding. y J ,4 f who has served as first sergeantof

Hazen program chairman, pre drews received many nice gifts. ,,9. ',J.., ', f.F r ., ., +-- flip unit for the past ten I,

sented the topic, "Sharing Pos- years.
sessions." and was assisted by D. Ritch Green'sAnniversary Elaine Colson Y at Lt. Fred Snell training officer, I
bars Garl Mathews. pointed out that most of the armory I ;
Honored Surprised BirthdayMrs. training, and all summer ; I
field training is pointed to the \ :
Stan Reddish Clyde W. Colson of 413 )
The Nelson Green family gavea actual 0:1 the job training, suchas .
Center street honored her daughter
Enjoys Birthday surprise birthday party and repairs of all kinds on engines, I
Miss Elaine Colson Monday
last welding and body work, procur- i
hamburger fry Wednesday *
Mrs. Drew Reddish :gave a evening .at the home of fir and evening party on with her a 23rd surprise anniversary.The birthday. Barbara Matchett Weds Donald PearsonIn ing and handling of ordnance i I

birthday party last 'Thursday Mrs. J. B. Bakken, Jr. on the old refreshment table was supplies, repairing and checkingthe i *
afternoon for her son, Stan, who Lawtey road for D. Ritch Green lace cloth and U of F Baptist Student Union Ceremony operation of artillery pieces
covered with a I'I I
was celebrating his fifth anniversary and small arms, and operation of'
who was celebrating his nineteenth
anniversary.The centered with an attractive birth-I The Baptist Student Union with greenery and the mantel unit mess and equipment main i *

The 20 little guests played in day cake decorated with Hawaiian Chapel in Gainesville was the set above held two large white wed tenance. .
the yard where refreshments were party was held in the dancers in a surf scene"The cake ting for a beautiful wedding Sun ding bells. A tray of tulle rice "Many of our' men' work asI I! P
Bakken garage which was gaily was surrounded with large pink afternoon 7 at 3:30 rice mechanics and at other occupations I
served! and received favors of day Aug. : bags containing yellow was
decorated with red, white, and Throughout the living room .
balloons. The refreshment table roses. '/clock when Miss Barbara Jean placed on the entrance table and in civilian life and are assigned .,
was covered with a Woody-wood- blue crepe paper streamers. and dining room area potted Matchett daughter of Mr. and silver compotes holding yellow rice the same jobs in our Guard :

Pecker table cloth and centered Six couples helped D. Ritch plants were placed at vantage Mrs. M. M. Matchett of Hampton .were placed at other points of unit," slated: Lt. Drew Reddish, I i

with a circus cake. celebrate the occasion points. became the bride of Donald Ed- .interest. The bride's book table shop officer About one-third of !

Group singing was enjoyed dur ward Pearson, son of Mr; and was covered with a white linen our personnel have 10 years' ser- I :

I ing the evening by"the 30 guests. Mrs. W. E. Pearson of St. cloth and held a white brides 'ice or more and about one-third ,. II

WE Mrs. Colson was assisted by Petersburg. The double ring ceremony r candle and bride-doll wearing a have six years' service or more,I .

GIVE .LOW PRICES AND Mrs., Ken Boynton and MargaretAnn was performed by. Rev. :'replica of the brid ', gown, also I which points up the experience ..
Douglas in serving cake, ice mother. and value of these men" con
James. Stines. made by her !. .. I I ;
cream and soft drinks., tinued ReddishMany .
The altar was lovely with ar .
The' bride's table was oveIaidYith
I FAMILY STAMPSIYII i of the personnel have
rangements of white gladioli and \ a white organdy cloth over :
yellow mums against a back- yellow with the corners- caughtup taken advantage of the service
'! Two Girls HonoredAt ground of palms. The seven- schools such as auto mechanics,
with yellow rosebuds and satin I
Cash< branched candelabra with supply, radio, clerk, etc. to qualify (
SUPERETTE Birthday Party lighted ribbons. Centering the table wasa : themselves :for their military as- Valuts"M I 1
tapers cast a soft glow over the beautiful three-tiered wedding. r
signment well serve
as' them
,'',. .1'-' _' t *Misses Sllsart'BhrftYd'Brerida setting. The family pew uer cake topped with a miniature, nell ui their '
--e day
every Job. Capt.
Ownetl' and 'Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil Lewis were honored at a ,birthday marked by, white[ satin bows. bride and groom Flanking the

Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwanne Store supper; last Thursday evening at Mrs., 'Seldan Waldo, organist,! cake :were two silver candelabra,,i .

671 W., Madison Phone WO 49231We the Garden Restaurant given by rendered nupital music ,as the with burning tapers, entwined
Misses Donna Trawick. Janet guests assembled, art- ,-accompanied with baby breath and white and ;
Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity Nichols. Carol Ward, Barbara Mrs. Carl Clark, soloist,! ;yellow pompoms. ]

Blankenship, and Betty Lou Wain- who sang "Thine Alone," "If I The punch table was covered
Could Tell You," and the
wright. ,prayer' wfth, a white embroidered linen
Week-end SpecialsTALL The cake table held an attrac- I song, "0 Perfect Love." : cloth and centered with a silver

tive arrangement of yellow sum- i Ben Cheatham, fraternity brother punch bowl. Members of the bridal ..
TALL mer flowers and a heart-shaped of the groom, served as best party were served from silver
CAN with man. Ushers were Wayne ,
birthday cake decorated Match:, punch cups. Two silver candelabra
floretiScottish ett brother' of the bride Jack '
2 for yellow ,
TOMATOES 25' with three burning tapers were P
Duncan, brother-in-law of the, entwined with white and yellow SPEC
groom, and Greg Schwinsberg.
pompoms, baby breath and fern.
Rite Club Mrs. Jack Duncan, the groom's ;
Silvej compotes held mints and
PORK 3 for Ladies !sister served as matron of hon 1 l
& BEANS Entertain nuts. :
or wearing a lovely canary yellow ((8} BOYS' I
:Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, aunt of
Members of the Keystone- organdy gown'over bride a
the greeted guests at the I
matching taffeta.The fitted bodice ? 1 :
LARGE FAB Starke Scottish Rite Club enjoyed
25 featured a scooped neckline with door: of the reception. Standing 1.59 or I I
their annual ladies night dinnerin in the, receiving line 'were the f
flat bows on each shoulder and : .
the Pecan Room of the Gar-
tride: and the bridal
51b krge bouffant sJeevesT: The full] groom, party Western
JIM DANDY GRITS 25' den Arthur Restaurant J. Wissler last Friday of Jackson-night. skirt swept to floor length. In her and the parents of the bride and a .

hair she wore a matching organdyand groom. vPresiding
vine spoke briefly, and Elbert
CABIN MEAL 5 lb. 25 Altman of Keyston Heights, president taffeta bow headpiece with a at the punch table ;
circular veiL She carried a nose- was Mrs.Patt McCormick and cutting ,
: of the club, served as master I BOYS1
of ceremonies. gay of white carnations and yel _the, bride's cake was Mrs. '

About 40 guests enjoyed this low rosebuds with yellow streamers. -" Harvey Hutchinson. :Miss Alice
APPLE the bride's book. Also Short
JELLY 32 oz. 25 nnual e'ent.Recent Dodd kept
The attendants, who were gowned assisting at the reception wereMiss a

-- Dorinda Bre-
--- identically to the matron of Gayle: Spencer

MAXWELL\ HOUSECOFFEE' Births honor, were Miss Connie Sweeney, zeale'; Robin Hardin, Janie Goelsby, '"

1 ib. paper bag 49= Miss Gladys Bundy, and Mrs. Jim Mrs.:James.' Stines, and Miss Bobbe Boys and Girls. i ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Triest of Womble. They carried nosegaysof Tew. -

Xlmit One With $5.00 Food Order Keystone Heights announce the white and yellow carnations After spending Some time with SHOES I T -.
birth of a daughter Dora Lea, with white satin streamers.The their: guests the bride:and groom ;

on Aug. 19 at Doctor's Hospital bride, given in marriage by left. for a wedding trip to Nassau Sizes 8'/ to 3 .
Produce Specials her father, chose for her weddinga m the Bahamas after which they ..

Bradford County Hospital an beautiful wTiite satin and French will make their home at 1113 4< .,

nounces the following birth; : Chantilly lace gown with a band- S.W. 4th Ave., Gainesville The r .
FIRM RIPE BANANAS lb10 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beise, ed empire waistline centered witha bride chose for traveling a light IVY i .

Starke, a son, James Frederick, tiny satin bow in front. The blue suit of silk broadcloth with .
Aue.(, fitted bodice of lace over satin large standup collar. With this she
C. .
N. GREEN CABBAGE lb5C Mr. and Mrs. Preston David was adorned with pearls and wore matching hat and bone ac .z i .a

Johns Middleburg, a daughter, regains: and had a round neckline cessories and a white and yellow Y ..

U. S. NO. 1 TABLEPOTATOES Rita Paulette Aug. 17.- outlined with lace cutouts embroidered rosebud corsage. A .

Mr. and Mrs. David Earl Wood- in pearls and irides. The bride, a graduate of the Men's ..
lolb33C cents. The short scalloped sleeves University of Florida, is an elementary ..
ard. Starke, a son David Steven ;'
.... were etched in l
,_ 18. I pearls and sequins school teacher in Hamp .9: By Dickies .
Aug. The floor length skirt with a i ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edward ', brush train was fashioned with ton.Mr. iI I ',T', .
Meat a will inI I b. ., s
Specials Sturdivant. Florahome, .a daughter -I''I front' panel of lace ending in scallops graduate .99 1 .
SLICED Lori Ellen, Aug. 18. heavily embroidered in pharmacy from the University of ?r. t If
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Florida in January..
BEEF Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S.! pearls ,and irides ents. She wore xr .
I LIVER lb. 29C Bailey, Keystone Heights a long white gloves and carried a I sf r J,,

I daughter, Rhonda Jean, Aug. 18 cascade arrangement of white and Starke Rotarians A*>I i j

i ROLL SAUSAGE 1 b Mr. and Mrs: Carl Thomas Car- yeuow' roses. Her fingertip veil Hear District Gov. : ; I t .. I

bag.29c den, Jr. Williston daughter, of- illusion was attached to a I '

Rose Denise, Aug. 19. crown of pearls and rhinestones.The Homer A Brinklej of Tallahassee e s

MEATY NECK 'lb- 10SMORED.BACON Mr and Airs Harold' E. Rhoden, dress was designed by the Governor of District 694, Llli'S SHIRTS :
( BONES ,,, -
Hampton a daughter, Edith Gail, bride and made by her mother. paid his official visit to the Starke .

\ Aug. 19. The bride's mother selected a Rotary Club at its Wednesday

i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Milton crusty rose lace sheath over taffeta i luncheon, speaking on the topic ; ;

lb- Hampton, a daughter Addle gown, with which she wore ac- "Rotary in Action Around the Clothes for The

39rSUPERIOR Marie, Aug. 22. cessories of matching shades. A World." l :

.Air and airs Melvin McKinney, corsage of white roses complemented Tuesday night in, fee Garden : .
\ OLEO Solids 'lb- 121/2C Raiford a daughter, Sarah Lu- her attire. Restaurant, the Governor held a We Give Merchants : :- !I

cindy, Aug. 22. The bridegroom's mother worea club assembly with officers and 'i "

-- r I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Eugene sheath of ice blue lace,over committee chairmen, at which ; i i : f

SIRLOIN Stafford Raiford a son, Bobbj taffet, with matching accessories ime-reports were given and plans I t .

\ STEAK ''h. 69 Eugene Stafford Jr. Aug. 22. and a corsage of white roses. ,outlined for the year. f : J

'_ Mr. and ],[rs. Clarence M. Red Immediately after the weddinga At the conclusion of the Wednesday -! I J I 4 .i
: dish Starke a son, Aug. 22. reception was held in the Baptist meeting, the District Governor i ; : ;
Student Union lounge. The stair.; was made an honorary deputy The' Store of
HAMBURGER Mr. and Mrs. Morris Leonarc I .
; lb- 39 way from which the bride threw sheriff of Bradford County, and f f'U' :
Na.zworth, Starke, a son, Mom ;.
I I her bouquet was entwined' itlr w&ft.i>resented with a badge_ by ;

: I David Nazworth, Jr, Aug. 22. greenery. The fireplace was filled l tlub'president H, A. Bishop Jr. Valuts"T ; ; -' --6-: ":-- ":= :'

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editorial"-T"i City Budget Still ( Building Permits Sheriff's Posse I Clothing/ Plant I Boat Owners Told I registered with the Conservation '

In Preliminary Stage I Department but people'are not {
Of Law On Damage
: Total_ ,$18 i326 Stops Operation I II reporting accidents, as they
Preliminary work on the city's Trees 1 InFirstvPractice j l I According to the boat safety i should. Mitts said.Back .
960-61 budget was started Tues Since June 7i Quarry t ,
laws, the 1959
Democratic Turncogts ; bay night when the heads.-of all 1 t Th2 Starke, plant of Florida ,passed any boat by accident in Legislature which i f
IncM which has been'lo
,departments met with members of i Acc to building permits )ed for two weeks, will not : here s property damage of $100 i {
i re-
Should Get And the City Council to present their *.
Stay tOut 'filed in the city clerk's office ..rneu> it was learned yesterday' -01 mor or where injury orj: ToSchool
; anticipated needs in the new Juue construc- ueath occurs, must be reported to j E
ance 7. building tour S. G. Leslie of Miami:: the
endorsing the full Democratic: ticket, from Kennedy> fiscal j'ear.Preliminary I lion totals only 178,328Solonrou Ii i I 'Thi recently organized Brad- owner.Mr. 'the county sheriff. i
to 'constable a Central figures were received -!! 933 N. Oak i' The sheriffs in turn make a j SHOE REPAIRINGWHILE i
Florida Democratic Executive Ne>
Committee, meeting last week, has set a commendable ex :from recreation the following, police:; departments street-, I Street construct frame residence, Us first practice ride Sunday jiese imports are taking the ci monthly Conservation report to in the Tallahassee.The State Board. I YOU WAIT (

ample that all other members of the party shouldfollow.- power plant natural gas, and fire I$1.095.. afternoon when, four bloodhounds: parka for; men's walking shorts :: U. i OR !
; S. Coast Guard
l less person is willing to give his party his complete'loyalty, department. Carl E. Stanch 301 E. Call,sod 14 horses and riders tracked: md cslypso pants, the two items J; that this information be requires relayedto ONE DAY SERVICE,
: Street* remodel front of old J &. ';Own two prisoners who "laid a manufactured. in the plant here |! f
certainly he should publicly forsake it and Clerk Merrill Edwards said I
join the opposi City I th: n for recording.
tion. the figures were still in the J Buildius Supply, $500. I track" in Container Corporation's rod that he has had to curtail |I Accidents must be reported Court Shoe Repair F
I J, p, Parrish South Gate Drive a'oduction. not only here, but
rpasturc Union County. Therrispners alj j i
This applies to each member of the party, from the 'scratch pad stage" and nothing i iconstruct concrete.block residence.,[ jn, trusties provided by ,o in iii* Miami plant. j within 10 dais and failure to report 126 :North Court St. E

highest to the lowest. It should apply i if anything! even more would be firmed up until the next 18,000. j Union County Sheriff John In addition to this, Leslie said ;i ic I, may draw a $75 fine, according (Opp. Cpurt House)

strongly to those who have been elected \\o public off icq under Viidget' meeting to be held late i ;M. H. Graham. 714 W. Lafay- Whitehead, started well ahead of us doctor has: advised him to !i to Ernest Mitts, director of Stave, Florida j jc js

the banner of the Democratic Party and\ are eyen< more obligated .- week.this week or the first of next ette Street, remodel and add on I the pose and walked a distance cork on!} four hours a dos andre !I the About Slate 145.000 Board of boats Conservation.have been ji

than the run of the mill voter, show. it their allegi\ bedroom 1500. ref five or six miles before being did not feel he could give at- 'I
Leola Roberts 204 ,Adkins I i i "treed in a large oak tree. :.ention to both plants under the.e \i i

ance.That is why it is so distressing to see a group of Democratic Tools Reported Street, add 10x12 ft. room and Three of the dogs used are restrictions. I!s I;
Stolen From cabinets, $1,381. I I waned by Sheriff Whitehead, and Robert }'lcIntire. executi\' -director i-; !
legislators attempting to call themselves into special .:. South Gate I
F. Phillips,
Own lone by the Bradford CountySheriff's of the Chamber of Com c f fFour
session to for third, set of electors to be placed
arrange a McGriff Storeroom Subdivision 'construct block. residence. i '
department. coerce: said that Leslie had asked '
on, the Florida ballot. .Such a ballot can be formed only at $13.000.. I f Sheriff P. D. Reddish said the i iI :rim to help find a buyer for the' __ Bank is Always 0pen.3;> I
the expense of the- Democrats-and the only beneficiary Mechanics: tools and -equipment Clara E. Failing S. Westmore-' posse ould meet in the courthouse lant and'that he had several in- M. I

would l be the Republican nominee for President. It is amaneuver valued' at around: $300 were re-I:and Arne, _concret block residence. Friday night to work out crested parties but nothing def- !

designed, we suspect, to deliver Florida into thehands ported stolen from the repair and 53.850.Ansell I details of ordering uniforms, ute yet- There are around 50 : f ;l

of the Republican Party again this year. The Democrats storage building used by G. J, Griffis off Pratt Street, i pith wJl include khaki pants, swing machines, a large cutting .
McGriff Appliances at the corner const/uct frame residence, $5,000. j shirts with special 'able, r.nd still ,
have everything to lose and nothing to gain by such white ccboy equipment vr f
of Court and Jackson Streets John Powell construct frame 'shoulder patches white hats, and n the building, Mclntire said. i !
a gesture.It Reddish $5,000. I, J
Deputy Sheriff Dolph lesjdeuce black boots belt. and gun holj SunTear had taken '
is all well to that these legislators do not a two-year I
very say said A. Wesley Kin;. South Gate
yesterday.The j members will wear
like civil rights of their party's platform and are concrete I lers. The 'ease on the building, owned byairs. I
the. plank construct
owner said the articles Subdivision rix-poinled star badges and will I II
C. C. Mendoza of Jackson- !
taking this ,means to show their displeasure, but what is were taken some time between residence. ,13000. I carry holstered guns. rule, at a rental of $225 per ,
to gained by a futile gesture \that will result only in August 6, when he last saw them Coy White Oak Street, construct month- I 'I
civil 20 when he missed them. concrete block residence j j Sheriff Reddish also said that .
victory for the opposition party whose rights platformis aqd Aug. and colors will be 1, I
the desism
equally obnoxious and, if anything, eyen a little more They were stored in a corner room $12,000. \ which THE RIGHT POIXT for the 1 I
out for posse flag
Chandler Old Law- i worked .a f
inside the buildingThe Harrington; ; vay youTH Come in and select c
than the Democrats'? i
specific ,}
residence carried in parades and :
construct frame be
e person or persons taking tey Road your favorite ESTERBROOK I
the New York Times ,,
In its analysis of the platform, events. The horses will
the articles evidently had a key to ,. $5.000.Swine. other Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH !
finds that the Republican plank on.civil rights does not go I the main building, and got inside I >wear specal star-studded blankets I a : I Ii

quite so,.far ill the area of emplo.ment-wb the Democrats i i !
the room through a hole in the FieldD ytSetForSeptember .,
advocate a Fair Employments Practices Commission. wall, about ten feet above the I : ..At their meeting in the courthouse r 1:?",".4.I I
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But, to balance this off, the Republicans( pledge their best floor.- Reddish said. : 14 J ?!ajt: Friday night ,the posseelected __ I.: ;:: _.. .-. ';.A I "- <,;.' 'I

efforts to change the present rule and other congressipnal Among the stolen articles were the following omcera: ---.J I
procedures that 'often make upattainable proper legislative two electric drills, chrome window I Inspection ,of a new farrowing Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish: _. !

implementation of constitutional guarantees." In plain, un- vents, a spot light, and an electric |I l'alli, ,.fijanagejaent ,dgnpnstra- posse captain; .Wfce GUbQpley: I -. ruhen r you, i ir' I
will Baldwin,
tons} and research reports secretary, Douglas L. n
rarnistied language this means that the Republicans advocate grinder d
I highlisht the morning program I treasurer: Arthur Adkins lieutenant .
removing filibuster bars in the Senate, while the Democrats s [BANK.YrlIAID I
Churches Hold Last of the fifth_ annual Swine Field ; Tommv Hamilton, and Gene T I
skirt thjs issue. As everyone must know by now, Sen Day at ale University on Sept. 14. Failing, sergeants; Vernon\ Smith .

ate, filibusters are all that hays prevented passage of .strin- Union ServicesThe Registration Js scheduled for I chap'a'ji.; _--_ -. :,y,.. ,

gent civil rights legislation for many years. 8:30 s.m. atthe University Swine Sheriff Reddish said the mem- You choose )'Our-rown "banking i bolus when
T1ierefor .'concludes The Times-"the :Republican plankis last union service of the Farm"ith' the tour slated for, bers if: the posse would not be j.Y. service. Your "tell
terian and Methodist churches will 8:30.: Report will include progress : you use our Baak-By-Mail I
specific"than out to ?
on balance, somewhat more realistic and more : deputized unless called ?
the. Democrat. The removal of the Senate filibuster, summer for the Christian, Presby- en studies of ground snapped com assist the sheriff's office in eventof _. er's window is the nearest mail box-openjdl

would do more to be held Sunday evening at 8 versus corn meal for growing!I prison breaks, riots civil disturbances t-: .. .. convenignceJYou -
as advocated by the Republicans o'clock at the First Methodist finishing pigs, temperature{ con emergencies.He :-::-:: :::- da and night for)roar : !

promote! 6-caIled "civil rights" legislation than a thousand Church with Rev. Barry Van De- trol jtuaies, and herd manage- said there, or other was a membershipfee : : 1 '11' .. .... ....iII",.. ; ,

hjgh! -flo wn platform planks. venter of the Presbyterian churchin ment. r-$10 and that dues would T ( save fimeT- You saveVteps7: You; open youij

There is a solution to such acts of party disloyalty, as the pulpit. Members are invited After: :a barbecue lunch at the I be fixed later. Receipts from this ......__ \, withdraw funds have .
advocated by this misguided group 4! Democratic legislatorsand to' attend to hear him and enjoy University Livestock Pavilion, visitors source: would be used to pay:) routine =_ \account, make deposits. .

that is expulsion. The di lQyal l member .. in {this instance the singing of favorite hymns. will see carcass demonstrations expenses of the organi2ationand mteresJ.qcwt ed_. h'. oll lH!_! AJt'i'r".

are officials who have been elected 911 the ,Demo.\ in the Meats Laboratory. for possible suppers and other "You con always get a loan at. -- ,:::-:;:""liaaN'tA, '..:.._

cratic ticket They should be for J.dden tr is.privilege: .in the'next'election. "The Cossacks"To.Re Discusrion marketing of and cholera packing eradication, production -,!entertainment.Ride's LOCAL FlX.\. CE CO. Interested?Just write to uTor( -drop in). Well
them undear'the "thud'party" }banner Bradford County
Let run from
they seem to like so much, or join the "R e pujsljcan Party At Park I the afternoon., 'etc. will occupy the rest of who took part in Sunday's practice Don't be needled} by emergencies send you the necessary forms all ready for you]I

mere the> sympathies seem to ;$e. 1'he Democratic Party, '{I chase included Sheriff Reddish which require immediate cash. Our to fill out, together with a few simple instruo'.

like lire'people of Florida needs p,4 }ic pfficials it.fan tt.Uin ; \. This Weekend 1 i Ag Officials Gene Failing, Tommv service is designed to help you ,tions that make everything as easy as A'B Ct',:

such officials can't ,remjJn oval to their party in The fire and Jury of historys'fiercest ] I'i Hamilton, Stanley Green Fred meet certain obligations quickly, :.:...:.-4 .
itsliour'or need, th i they should fi e Called lipotl-to tto the ( Twarriors! Is told*in *the !Attend Annual McDavid.- Francis Jr.. Robert Meng.Green and Arthur, ', cheaply and with a minimum of ,

honorable thing and get out. If they don't choose to doth *pe tacniar new adventure drama .! Conference Mens Adkin They were joined bv red tape ;

honorable}) thing, then they should not be permitted to "The Cossacks," playing at the ,I several riders from Union County -
seek public office next term under.auspices of a party they Park Theatre Sunday Monday I i Bradford County Agent George 1 1i .
dud Tuesday August 28. 29, and i i Home Demonstration'
Huggins and ,
obviously disdain. \ 30.. .Agent Dorothy Ross are this week'i Sheriff members Reddish own said their that mostopse own I Community State t Bank of Stark

Headlining: Edmund Purdqm attending the annual conferenceof
I horses out that non-horse owners NMItt
Don't Mistake Mad: D Ag end John Drew Barrymore, and I the Florida Agricultural> Exten- : are also eligible tojoin the 1 Member Federal Deposits Insurance_ Corporation
filmed in Totalscope and Color is. sion Service being held Monday I 4!
Yugoslavia, the story unfplds :i'' through: Friday, August 22 through : group.At t :, Phone WO 4-9881
For UnderdogIn Daggering chapter of a ,bloodstained !126.fat the University of Florida. present the' posse has 21 ,.

I revolt which was fought Some 350 extension workers membcvs. i iI r r
message directed to all law enforcement officials, : for ten savage yearsPurdoin j:.including: : county and state em I "Thank You For Banking With Our ,Bank"

J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation a star of both ,EUIOapan ployees, are attending the confer-

declares: "We are faced today ,>eyjth.olle- pi the app Hollywood (ilms, t portrays ence. The theme of the meeting Prison Guard -

most disturbing trends that I have witnessed in my yearsin Shimil: the Circassian warrior this year is "Management." ,

lw enforcement: -that is an overzealous pity for the ana John Drew $arrym>re. One of the highlights of the I Stiffer$ BeatingBy ,
is pst as his son. The wars pit seek will be the annual banquet
for his victim. ;
and fluiyalent disregard
criminal\ an ting Shamil and his hordes a- Thursday{ night August 25, !at Inmates STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY
"This dangerpus tendency inherent in the various gainst 'the armies of the Russian which Huggins president of the ,

theories and systems now being suggested, many of whichare Czar. Alezander II, were waged Florida Agricultural Extension
aimed sat making sweeping changes in our established between 1850 and 1860. Workers, will preside., Mack Sweat suard at the State i '

methods6f; ; dealing with the 1>;tt less Co-sta.rrmg in the Vanguard] 1rison, wasp jumped by three life I! CASH & CARRY'NOV
released Uni term convicts he was transnortins
Film production by Drivers Licenses
"One proposal, which proponents attempt to justify versal-International, are Georgia ; near Island Grove last week and

from an economy standpoint, rolls:: for a vast decrease in Mon, Massimo Girotti and Pierre :Sale On, Sept., 1 Was disarmed i and beaten. Two of
the number of persons sentenced to prison. Other diverse Brice. the convicts were later recaptured.
schemes\ .being propounded, if 'adopted, would have the ef- The 1960-61 Driver's Licensesrill I
One of the prisoners had pretended \ IS THE TIME AND
f4c '' of virtually: opening the doors of our prisons or turning Fanned Story Of f ; jo on sale Thursday. September to be ill. At their urgent ,. .. TO BUY SAVE ON YOUR
them into little ..mort an restrictive, resort hotels. 1, at 8:30: in the hall of request Sweat stopped the truck "

Th se' plans., of course, would remove the threat of the thing Ruth To Be At the Bradford County Courthouse and went to the rear to oven th!
office BOATING
the (county Judge's announced unlocked
rr44stfear d by th'e criminal! rpunishment for his misdeeds.One this week. ,door. At the moment he

such! instance of an unspeakable crime committedby Florida/ Theatre Licenses will be .sold from: 8.:3C: door:t. the from trio inside.lurched: The against ooenins the!:

,one of these who leas released l for apparently no rhyme ajn. to 5 p.m. every day except fioor knocked Sweat down and the
reason, (q prey again on the public was in the news last ",rh Story of Ruth," the fam Wednesday and Saturday, .at three convicts jumned on him.

week; -and, such i instances are far too common occurrences. ed .and ,much read love story ,of which times the Hours' will be 8:30: Even thoush!: handcuffed. they 2 %
the Od Testament is coming to a.m.. until
As Mr. Hoover expresses it: "Americans are noted for owroowered him bv the surprise
the Florida Theatre this Sunday, Old driv r's'licenses must oe
fivoriiiff the often have.witnessed attack and seized his gun.
'u.n.f&rcio.g. But all too we
; Monday, and Tuesday, August 28, presented before a new one will
a ?glad pog1 transformed into an underdog'' by certain people 29, and 30- {,U issued the jUdge's office >;n- The convict holding the gun I
forget choose ignore the. sufferingby Th Twentieth .snapped! it three times at Sweat,
wty quickly! pr to great Century-Fox ,nounced. All valid out of state
innocent; victims of hardened and. professional crimi- production is filmed in Cinema- licenses may be transferred' to who fortunately .had removed thepartridzes OH THE FOLLOWING 6 ITEMS UNTIL SOLD
nas." Scope and is a DeLuxe Color pre- Florida licenses except the follow : earlier.Whiic

z sentation. Starring as Ruth in ing states: Alabama, Arkansas, the scuffle was eoin on.
Legion<<( ,Post tiyities." Grider said. These include this powerful biblical epic is a ,Georgia, Idaho, New! York, and several cars nalsed! .by, but no one SKIS MASKS COOLER CHESTS -- LIFE
beautiful Israeli actress, Elena/.South Dakota.MAYOR'S. stopped to offer aid.
Striving For Uo regular meetings each Eden in her first movie role. PRESERVERS SPEAR GUNS FINS SNORK-
month at which refreshments are
t Miss .Eden was chosen over 300
Ballots For ASCCommitteemen

,,Nf yt Members.. served eligibility; two for or Legion more life free and dinners hospital -; even other though actresses she tested had for never the role before -, ,COURT LES AND, MANY OTHER ITEMS FOR YOUR PLEASURE!IHunting

r J membership drive of insurance; a monthly Legion appeared a movie: Tweve: persons were found Mailed --, *B
American; Legion' Post 56 iy in. magazine and newspaper; and Wood. TVs I guilty In Mayor's Court this week.
I Peggy
Mama returns
lull,,swing with an all-out effort ,i many ,other benefits. { to the screen for the first John Beidder running red light, Mildred for Saup.the Bradford county County office-j I Season Is Just Around The Corner And
forfeited bond of 1250. :
to !reach a goal of 310 members, Conclusion of ,the membership time in 12 years to star in the.
by dept 27. drive; will be celebrated on Nov.Tuesd I role of Naomi. Ruth's mother-in- Harold Linea Weaver, runningred Agricultural .Stabilization and
C\11'10M'!>t"n! Committee, hag an-
At the, regular post meeting i & with a free dinner at which the I| law. Also co-starring In the pic light, forfeited bond $12.50.
failure nrninroni fh qt- ballots have b n:11inati
Loca Johnson Whitten, 4
af night it was reported \ Department Commander, John ture are Tom Tyron, Stuart Whitman

chaf 135 Ql embers had paid thejr Lochrie, along with other distinguished anc Jeff Morrow. to have vehicle under control and prQ! *r....-to..o-1111 in known,".*HT eligible.. their farm-vote I
du fqr 1961. ti quests, will be. present. I Since the 1250 .B.C. period of causing an accident fined $37.50 $
for ASC c mjtli: teemen. :
Ppsl Commander Ke -,eth.Cxcjd7he money paid in dues also "The Mary of Ruth" had never .tut sentence :suspended and put on '' '" '
er boated out that I 30-day probation. Apr thsrihl? farmer TH> fails COMPLETE WE Of EW/PM&JTl _
any veteran enables the state and rational before been depicted on the screen, .
whqf served in the TL S. armed (: organizaUons to carry on }many I everything for the production hadi Frank ,W. Simpson, reckless I to jreceivc a b+'Jot ,ns "h+ain cap
driving, forfeited bond of 27.SQ. coon ><:t tot* .*SC ..f'ounf'Vom
f reQ ?
forges Jje.twetn; Apr. e. 1917 ajid worthwhile programs" Grader i to be especially designed and built
Noj!. -!,1. 1918: Dec. 7. 1941 arid I raid: in uri in all'veterans" to join.Legion I from scratch. Seventy-one dif- Victor Gerald Schalow! runn'njred : (' in Stave. B9111\ts" v be
light, bong of 0- fast by mail or by deliverin: to
Sept 2, IMS; June 26 J850 and ferent sets were created includinga forfeited ,$12
Jule 27, lt5,7'} 13 e1 ;ible"for. :Ip- tm-' Denmark dues Furniture may be paid at the beautiful many-co1umned temple Alvin Dunkle reckless driving. the county office. Mrs. Sanp said.[ Lay-A-Way Your Gun,*:Shells and Hunting Equipment -,Pay by
ber$ iip in UV f Legion. man's Co.. Good- in which the idol god. Che- forfeited bond of $,27,50. Th? final date for returning' thegaots
Service Station
"The |5, 'n.ual ,dues ..entitles a Store. Trey's Service Alvarez moali. was.. worshiped Herbert Franklin vagraary' m either cad is September Week or Month
member to Station, or c Th movie lined$37.50 and sentenced to 81960. Mrs- Sapp announced.The .
participate in all ae- to any Legionnaire. depicts all of the } five. ,
spectacle, heathen idolatry and days in jaiL cwnmitteemen elected will
splendor of Dan Alstone, public intoxication, assnme office on October 1, 1950
pagan court and also
THE: BRADFORD C l1NTY'TELEGRAPH all of the heart and warmth of seven days or $37.50. and serve until' September' 30. New Stock ,of lawn Mowers AlsoGoing At 20% :OFF

:one of the timeless love. stories, C. E. Qeer. public intoxicaUqn., ,! 1981. Mrs. Saop urges all farmers .
from the Bible. forfeited bond of U'7.50. I to east their ballot not later '
ST. 1S7I j i than Thursday, September '8,. t
tI' Dan Alston. Negro, disorderly
n.OIIDl'9 OLDEST WEKBLT XKW Recent Birth, conduct, fined $;'7.50 or sentenced'1 i I JS60, ,ASC committeemen. administer {

; !.tPE& VBUI1RED ONTINOUILThH. air and: airs Lyna Hamilton to seen $ay.} in jafl the federal government's St rke Gilders
... CKpi TVlfU.:1UlTat.io': : i of Lawtey announce the birth of Watkins Agricultural( : ConseryationI'ro- $ '
.. ? "'!' C' T 14i "C lCat!N .. s.e.... lL! l..Yittu I I Negro,.d Usgrdrly -
.t"e'.u OtfIM al laai.:7..:' i.itt let at Yar. a,19r. port, K'in -1)rrame onAug.. onduel,"S nt t .r Gi seven" !pin, Soft Bank. Price Support,"

[ Jacksonville.15 in St. Vincent's Hospital, I days in Jail or fined .37.50. Sugar, and Allotment and Marketing SAL Depot Phone WO 4-4201

Quota Programs, she said -

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,.tTinJRSDAY, AUGUST 25! .. .. _. .' 0
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..rm RIGHTS J'OB JVJH1TES _. :!quatitp...:_ .Tte '" nwt t "
Report Starke Jaycees CeuterriQe [Ala. Press makes!; the rulefor the welfare -

department aui, ;u r ao 'ut
Casts Doubt On You will notice that both every Negro en ..utiL,. The *
flan To Attend political parties are hell benton 'Federal government will set ;:

"Good ,Old 'Days1 l i4 ;. adopting a strong plank In him up in a housing project,
+ .' their: platform to protect the ;I where he can live in a brick

r.j. Summer Confab I' rights of the Negroes but no I building with steam heat, par t
Maybe the "good old days" F. t : : 1 one gives any thought to protecting : very little rent ,and go to the **
weren't so good after all-financially the of the white
... rights mail box once a month and
} speaking, that la.Fpr 't r_. 'r Ten Starke Jaycees will travelto people the Indians Mexicans, I ret hh welfare cheek. WJio's ,?..

instance, the City of Starke West Palm Bereft this weekend Japanese, Chinese and other I being mistreated!
had a balance of exactly one cent 33 J x r a vo a..e..li UK Jaycee's annual people in this country. Every I It seems to us'that some political -
in the' treasury 'as of Dec.. 16, t" ,, 1 1v statewide summer- conference.- Northern radical yon can find party should adopt a ., .

1879. !i iI President Ray AireJ'epor e-.1 is but to do something for the I civil rights program to protect .
I: .....i ....c.- Negro.
Thi following legal notice was : the white people. We are beginning ..
publisher in The Telegraph on ,x t ''a r 7 hP 1 A highpoint of the conference, The Negro today is the best* I to need it, because we '

that date: will be a speetn Saturday night, treated human being: in the I have to paT thebll'pst poitJOI1.t.'

..";".v ""r oy the JJtmociatJC United States. He is the'only ; of the bill to help take rare of "
FINANCIAL, STATEMENTOF ; *p nominee for governor, Farris Bry-j per on that can live without the Negroes who are tired of "Rr
THECORPORATION ant, Goldwire state uuiU; weIcoureeuce working. He can have 40 illegitimate I working.

OF STARKE Y which rugs from Fri- children and can get I i the white people. We are because ,;
Ausr. 16,1878 Dec. 16.1879 { s aay through biuiday, AUg'4i' _v>, by with itHe can have 10 :' we have to pay the biggest -, .,

By cash received d, : 4.t and 2e:< :, tile group vtuJ tree common law wives, and nobody I I portion of the bill to help .

for 'fines i and'licences Jimmy Malone, Tornado nd. gets an assist from fullback Rowan New shoulder fads were put to good use as two Tornado umvecprovide part in a deep-sea foiling expecuiai seems to care He can get I take care of the Negroes' who '
:. sued from >epouer"to give teammate David Ingram a ride around a shipwreck party and ,a on the welfare program are tired .f working.
Aug. 18, 1878 to Thomas in donning shoulder pads Monday, the first day high school i honest, hard working I' IK
sled. gOlf [Paid Advertisement
the field the training !
Dec. 16, 1879, indusive i footballers were allowed to wear protective gear. ;! ten of the Staike group will I ",hUe people are unable to

. . . $602.65: -
travel to the conference in the I i
To cash paid out |Tornadoes Face Tough Schedule' Jaycee's 1947 Cadillac limousine,I

of indebtedness of I|I hvmcn has three seats, uoidwue!
year 1878 for The Starke will lel1Ilea'e \ .t
j i said. gtoup
fhal's .salary ar'I!'I.f On Way To 'Next 'Conference FlagThe tlnlay at s tun. and go 10 e
r ayor's court from I Ocala here they will meet vita "
Aug. 16, 188 to t other Jaycee groups trom nort.i I '

J&n. 16. 1879 . $127.50 I 1960-61 Tornadoes are facing 1 because .they had only one weekof Y Florida. The entire group will i I : 1' .. ,0',

To'cash paid out i a tough schedule on their way !. I preparation before donning if then 101 m a motorcaue and be I .

i,.o'r appropriation 1 to theirjiejtt,Keystone Conference\ I pads this year, as compared to two escorted to West Farm Beacn by !I

Marshal's sal- I' Championship: according to their| :weeks in previous years. the Florida! Highway Patrol.. I .

building: brldg- win-wise coach, Lennard Register I A new ruling this year by the I The ten attending the confer-f! A Few. Minutes. rI
f and expenses of'yor's Register said this week that) state: Register said, permitted I ence from Starke are Ray Ctold-I -

court from' .I.IJan. according_ to P'e-seasOl report 'contact: work: after the first_ week, 'wire, president, Marion. Harrington -I For Those You Love. :

16. 1878 to : there are six t.fiilDSon the Torna-j I'i 'ct practice. In previous! ;years, two Bill Harrington, Carl Lamar #

Dec. 16 ''1879 $475.14 i does schedule likely to prove; weeks of drill in shorts were .required Johns, vic -PtejHd nt, Gene Shaw,I J vf I

rough on the gridiron, four .of before contact work was Bob Williams, Bob-Bennen; Harold; ........ I ,
$602.64 $602.6 them conference ,foes. I allowed. The first game scrim- Davis Fled Snell and John KopalUU3U ,

I Trouble<< can be expe:=ce-l, the mage is scheduled for this Friday, : -c )r.. ; l

Balanre on hand to coach said, from Starke's perennial he said. President Goldwire reportedthat

date In treasury $000.01J. i nemesis Palatka! and from Jesuitof As a result of the rainy damp I uit ban+e Jaycees recently.; 1 1 A few minutes of your time today can mean a' ,
C. Clark, Clerk. (( Tampa ), a new Catholic team weather, the ,coach. said, five I won a trophy for the best increase:
from a high school which is larger players are suffering from charley J.I in membership. The club now has secure future for those? you love. Call for complete '

Free than BHS Register named Green horses. But the injuries are minor.. __ I 37 members, he said. details r
X-Rays f on Life,of Georgia insurance plans,
Cove Springs, Santa Fe, Live Oak i he said and should be completely Four sweating Tornadoes Twnbo gintt; .Stanley Thomas, ,Johnny I I The Starke group also enteredthe .f

Given To 2,242w and ,Femaadina Betch; as the i'healed by Monday. I neVOaqd Jimmy Moore -' pay the penalty for late !arrival: at Jaycee State Softball :Tournament -I tailored for your family's individual. ;
four conference teams ha thinks I Register singled .out five boys Goldwire said. Starke won i .
practice'iy running. laps around the field. : Deed No obligation. '
Free 4c eit x-ray!? were' given will ,give the most tro-abla. 'II who have shown up exceptionally -I iI their first game Friday, August j 1 ,

to 2.242 persons during the ten- Register said he has rt"l'ortsI' well in this week's'practice.. They; i 1 1i fore the curtain falls in November.This Johnrty Devore, 145.Richard;: pug- 12, 1-0 over Ocala.. 'but lost the a!, ,
day period that the mobile unit that Green,,....Cove has! ,, bout the j i: are Glen Harrell, a senior end; following night 5-3..to Jacksonville -
: Is 15 John Adams 140 De ] e
roster : get ;
was in Bradford County, the I' best team,ithey! >; e' eyer.had) with+!l Sonny Bias, a junior guard, in year's : ; and were eliminated front the i _
Ends Jimmy, Malone, 155; ,wayne ifcRae, 140; Jjmmy Moore, s
Health Department announced eight boy:?, over 200 pounds, five the line and .Buster Hughes, a i tournament he said. i I
Elbert. Her- 155. NSlRNCE'I
Marion Cottle ,160; ;
whom starters. The coachexperts I' fullback :Marshall ; In other LIFE
yesterday. of are sophomore ; activities sponsored; ny
; 150 Fulhacks-Sam COMPANY .
sey, 150; Kenny Terrell ; Gardner, 200; I ,
Starke led with 1,509 Persons Santa Fe to be tough since Starling, a sophomore ,halfback; the club, Goldwire said, the Jaycees #
I Jimmy Mooes: 150;. Charles! ilc-; W R. Thomas!, 1{}5; Marshall!
x-rayed while. the unit was on they Jost only two players from John Adams and Dewayne McRae I Leod. 140; Bill 'Doling.} 160. Starling. 145. : took part in announcing alj I\, orGEORGlAJULIfiH
Call Street. 'The number of per- last year and have most of their I both junior halfbacks in the over the county? the free' chest p
Leach, 165 Allen, The schedule '
Tackles -CecU ; :
sons x-rayed at other stations in line returning.. Live Oak'is a fair l backfieM. x-rays given by the State Board i! ,.j
Crews, 185 Jimmy &!'ith, 190; 'Sept. 16 :
the county ''were; Brooker; 33; ly large,J ool. he sziA, and will But Register said, starting jobs : ; Macclenny! ; 23 -1 of Health and the County Heal r' .
Author 'Hollidayj: 165; Charles Woodtine, Ga SO lAt i
Hampton,. 106; Heilbronn, 44; r.o doubt prove JroubJr some The are far from clinched and compe- ; Tampa Department.The ::1 :
Lee, 165. Jesuit E. FOAEAGENT
Torode, 170; Johnny ; Oct. 7
Lawtey (colored)', ,100; Lawtey three-time conference winning tition is what makes the Torna- ,tP. K. Yonge; I I Jaycees also entertained the
Guards Jack McComb, 145; 14-At Palatka I
white), 178;, Bradford Furniture mentor also,said that whUeF er- does click. The regulars of the ; 28 At Live Midget League baseball players ala t::1 I
Mac Hale, 150; Mike Foster, 155; Oak; Nov. 4 :
!orp., 25; Thomas Lumber Co., nandina is not as, dangerous as i x-1.2 season 'for 1959 were never I Fernandina Beach; : swimming party at King-dej
Sonny Bias, 165; Ronald Crawford, 11 At Santa Fe I 1317 Blanding St.Starke I J
2;: Lincoln City.: 54. Reno, 144; some other teams, they could !I sure of their posts until game I Cove ; 18 -. Green Lake at the close of summer baseball Home. Phone- WO 4-2541
165; Neil Phillips, 160. Springs 23'BO les : .
tJg Dad Mfg. Co., 155. prove tough. I time, and it will be the same pattern Centers-JohnMiller, 180; Mike ; activities the president said I __ .,. Florida .. :,
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total number was considered Register also said that most I this time out. I'
good although it did not boys ane in fairly good shape The fact that Bradford won the Darby, 145..Quarterbacks. :....-- ,. !
I Irvin Martin, : ..
reach .Jhe, .record-breaking total for the first week of practice. The P. K. Yonge Invitational and : :lli I
155.- Reddish, 142 Billy'
John : '
9(' more than 2.400 who were x- boys put on pads for the first the District track titles means a.r
I Jackson 140; Bubba Moody, 153.
nyed when the unit was herein time this week, he said, and ap- the Tornadoes will be throwing Halfbacks-Tom Smith, '16ff ? :.U

. 1958. peared a little sluggish. This was I plenty of'speed-on the gridiron'be- "EVENING CLASSES"FOR ADULTS .

N. J. Davis Dies :
, Enroute To Hospital II"

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I Wednesday Night Get A Better Job Improve Yourself Do Your Job Better

: N. J. Jeff Davis, 68, farmerof
:) the Graham! section, died Wednesday i REGISTER .--. ,
x+ m '% night, emoute to a Starke 'THE CLASSES WILL START REGISTER NOW BY MAIL ::*:. '.> :t. ..
hospital following a heart attack. -' .. .' ", .' ..
j J L Mr. Davis was born Dec. I "- .. .

3, 1891 in Baker County and had I Courses beioffered: '. .: I );>'-.::>::?
farmed in Bradford County for ,;
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i.1. many?f Rot k years.Primitive He Baptist wasmember Church., 1. BASIC: Reading, Arithmetic, Science, Spelling. Handwriting i ,, and, American .Citizenship. : : .1. '' .ii'. .

Surviving are his wafe, Mattie 2. 10TH GRADE EQUIVALENCY; COURSES (for barbers,' beauticians, nurses, 'and others required.to prove ..
Bowling Davis; one. daughter, '. "
10th .
a gr de education! .) f.
:Mrs. -W. S. Bushloper, --

\lleand; six sons,. Carlton, Albert I 3. BUSINESS COURSES: (beginners! and advanced students) Typing! Bookkeeping, .Business English,. .Short. '
end Ralph, all of Waldo; Ernest hand, BuSIness Machines, e'Cc.. 'f- .
Lavis, Durham, N. C.; L. A.:pavis,I
qlebf Gainesville; and Basil Davis, Gra I 4. 12TH GRADE EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA COURSES: (preparatory for the General Educational Development .. ..

Deep--T :ham. 1, Tests.) .
Funeral services will b held "
at 3 p.m. Saturday in Rock I 5. HIGH .SCHOOL COURSES FOR CREDIT: elective and, required courses to complet 1\ jour requirements.

-, y.. ;tx ..' \ WASHING. ACTION, and Church H.with L. Elders Moody W._ officiating.: H.. Eddy 1 P. SPECIAL. INTEREST COURSES: Mechanical Drawing, Conversational Spanish (and other foreign langu .

.. ) Florida Latin American Hi tory Music (vocal instrumental, theory, music appreciation -
.jt ..,.;.; Kelvinator energizes the Burial will be in the church. ceme-. ages :, ,
Yf :'t.., '. ,. --. I'/ water itself-washes. tery. ), Literature( (American, English, Continental, Asian), Creative'Writing, Speech Journalism, I .

..i ;tr ': \-.: :_: I T. clothes.far cleaner without : Drama, Health, First Aid, Home Nursing, Biblical History, Homemaking, and many others. .
i"' .< ., ',#.'1 ; harsh beating! "... I
j Jc.IJ : : Pierce Takes AGE REQUIR l\IEN11: persons enrolling in evening or afternoon classes must be 16 years of age and NOT
.. '$' i' .;. .k .. / AUTOMATIC. PRE-SCROB Tennis TourneyGeorge enrolled in the day program. (Exception: Students 16 and over may enroll in a class which is not .1
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-! BINS ACTION ends hand pre,
".'< .''A". .,,'. .> ,", f' scrubbing.NO' I offered in the day pro'gram. with the permission of the school principal.) ,
ti.'':r : Pierce, local attorney, '
'. \ \ GEARS TO WEAR OUTI! beat out Harold Davis to win the NEGRO ADULTS: ''Send your completed registration information to "

.?, "'c f to ; You wont have a $/0 gear Tennis Tournament sponsored last f Principal 1 Eddie 'Thompkins, RJE High .School. Starke. J ..
M *', $ mechanism. repair bill week the Recreation .
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WHITE ADULTS: Send completed registration information to -- '- k. .. ,
'{ \ ment, Director Bob Benn : an- your .
<,v, ;,. tt'fi MULTI-CYCLE: WASHIKM*light and -Mj rounced. i Mr. L. H. Gibson, Box 1190, Starke. .

.:.:. .'"' AUTOMATIC UNT FILTER CHOICE OF Pierce 8-6 took and 6-3.Davis Davis in two gained straightsets the COSTS: A registration! fee of $2.00 per course per school term. Students,.are* expected! to furnish.their: ; own

'WASH AND RINSE TEMPERATURES -tt}-{ finals by beating Dick Beise 6-3, materials except textbooks. Textbooks are loaned to students when available. 'Deposit fees are ,:

,;,, t LIFETIME RUSTPROOF PORCELAIN TOP and 6-4 in the semi-finals. Pierce charged. .
t iI RINSING to welter,dearer w.asIIeI..J beat Marion Harrington 6-4 and

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1 1I I Six I II Fair Association ed'at a 'smoker'at- John.Torode's i ocsburg, Penoaylvaoia ww charged ford C....,.. FUrida. IB C..en. tertb&Jorgefy and sentep&d t1tre.

I Juveniles Swipe I I Annual Fish Fry Applicants camp in the scrub rear 'pcala,1President with failure to yield the right!I FRANK M. V8JUANITA STODDARD. Plaintiff for ilemepcy to Fire '
I And Labor Lack i j Seek 4 Union I Ii Appoints Chairmen N. L. Wootlburn said.Woodbum of way and causing! an areidettjvhcn I E. S5TODDA1U Defendant. ; Tillahasitf Fjvrida, at .'its

I Topics Of BFB i i Liquor Permits !j Th Ei If d Fair Aociation $- also. juejted tha his' 1960 Chrysler lilt,a,\1955 NOTICE NOTICE APPEAR TO DEFE.NU' I I M1t IcgUlsr...Q '6aDla,roccUpy Uale, ..Kidd. lull
a or County Chevrolet'
Woman's\ PurseTwo t ajiyoas knowing of r.eey ;:ung- by AJIO.I bel-! To: Jcanita E. Stoddard 1 ," ': t.\.DbU\flIit P )
'- {met at 6:30: Tues You are herb notified that suit I : :: : 2t t.li
I p.m. ters who need eye ,examinations nard Colcman! 20. of Starke. Con'lanza ? ..
Plans for the annual get-to [Continued Fum Face .1] j j'The day jn the American Legion Hall I for divorce and other relief iwahern i .r. .
or glasses contac: a freed under'a $37.50 .
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I flied'acalDllt youin the above AOT1CK -
17 and the I
ether Sept. ap-
juveniles, aged 13 and 14, I ; on ; 1950 census gave Unicn Coon- : at which time the following chairmen :-.: the Lion's Club. The'Club has tlu )()nd. police said. named Court aud cause and you art i To wl6ni.it may:concern, f am

23 stole I I pointmenL of a committee to workon Iv a population of 8500. The were appointed: Woodburn said to furnish 'The Chrysler, traveling north on required t() serve a topy of your' not responsible1' for aY>y 4bbts made
Tuesday night, August j' the farm labor shortage in i i money answer a purse from Mrs. Ann Varnes of ; i 1960 census shows about 6,600 Livestock Exhibits Gaorge Hug-: i examinations to youngsters whr Temple Avenue, ran the red light on the Plaintiffs attorney, Mack! .\. SUh1 1erjin'I/' 4tp 5.15.c.114.
119 Walnut Street while she was ; Bradford County were of Bradford occupying -;,persons in the county, including j ..'ins: :.need them The mon / was derived it Brovralee Street and Jut the; < Fntch. P. O Box 54T.; Starke,, -
the attention State but this : Futu-e Farmers Paul Hutchins; i Florida and file the original In the I FOR !!>$ t
Prison inmates, Chevrolet which going weston .
t.o. from broom sale and was '
in UK Econ-O-Wash adjacent Farm Bureau directors at a a office of the Clerk of the Circuit Sealed bids ,, ,HU-be received by
\vinn-Dixic "Giocery on Madison I courthouse I census has pot yet been formally Field Crops, Curtis Marlowe:' movie sponsored at the FtoridJ Bjiownlee. The right: front Court (..nor- before the 16th day the Board 4lf.: County Commissioners,
i their rr.ceting: in the I' Horticultural! Products of Septomh. A D.. IS 80; otherwise I at the CourthouseI
Street, Chief of Police Riley Sweat Wednesday night Aug. 17. accepted. Mrs, Theatre for that purpose he said. fender of the Chrysler hit .he: left the allegation of Mid Complaintwill I LYadfrrd to and Covnty not later than 10:00 a.m.
I ; Smith DeVoe and M. B. Jordan; Another broom sale 3ide of the Chevrolet causing S300 be taken as confessed by you.I '
reported. Agent G. T. Huggins, will be held September. I* 1560 'for the following

Sweat said Mrs. Varnes noticed !Stalks County Market Manager J. R. i Drive Scheduled I Home Rsss Demonstration, Miss- 'he' first Thursday In'October a damage to the Chrysler and. $700 oncp This each notice week fo'shall four be consecutUeweeks published I Oae: Seeburg See-Fog S Model S1F12 -

the two boys lolling around the i Wainwright and Foster Sill To 'Cut Down On Dorothy ; tegular' meeting nigh, in those to the entire left side of the in the Bradford County Tele- .\. L -gas powered thermal aerosol -
Culinary Exhibits and House- Chevrolet. ;sri'ph. fogging hl,.. To be used
curb as she pulled into a park- to confer parts of town not covered in I .m
(Smith were appointed Dated this %%nd day of August, '
hold Arts Mrs. Maxine Gibson: for in&Mllcda fog and Insect. con
Ing place at the EconOWashabout 1 with Chamber of Commer directors -I Pupil Absente'es.Conhnued ; the first sale, the president'said Legal speed at the intersection A.D. 1960 I trol
Fruits and Veget bleS. Bill operations.CHARLES
9 p.m. She carried her i I at their meeting in Septem- Haas Woodburn also reported that 'c 35 mph. The Chrysler was (SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY. S. S' Clerk.\. of DARBY CourtS

laund.y into the establishment but' her concerning the scarcity of I I [ hem rage 1] Arts; and Crafts. Sceber Goodman 1 paneling 'has been' ordered with traveling 35 mph but the Chevro- Clerk of the Circuit Ourt S .- -.. -. .*/ U 9/1

left her purse in her car. When I labor fat harvesting Bradford I II I pal, Ingram said. ; ,'-, which to panel. the irterior of: et was going 'only five miles per I By Dorothy Deputy W. Clerk Falling I .

fhe returned to the car for moneyto County particularly straw- 1 |he club Club lour police reported. 8/15 c. T. house.
crops Monday is also starting time for Special Days and Event Guy members will 4tp- .
put into the washer she found It is hoped by farm da the work.. The last in
i ben1 s. II all other county schools, and more Andrews;' -, LForstry .meeting
the purse was missing, Sweat re- readers that plan can be Opening for middle.! ..al'vm n or NOTICE
September is Ladies
Night .
than 3,000 students will return to : Don Champion; 'rl to team bindery work and feed' IS HEREBY GIVEN .
lated. I' worked out to house migrant labor the classroom after an "all too Colored Exhibits. Eddie Thomp-: burn said, and the tiui > plans to small press. See Claude Crpwson. I THAT NOTICE L Dreama Gale Kldd Hall, TO'-'WO1tK; FOR THEY HAVE

Mrs. Varnes immediately called in this area during the traw- brief summer vacation. kins;: "-'. -'- have the work 'completed by tnen., ">l >frraph. who you convicted in the Circuit MADE VOID THY LAW."
police and described the two boysto I j Court (.f Pradford County, Florida I
truck harvesting
berry and crop Specif: ; Exhibits and space as- !. tkr firm It Court of Ifcf EluhtkJodlrlal at the Fall term thereof, A.D., 1939: ,.! trh19:1261)
them.' Usng Mrs. Varnes' description sea on. sisnmcnt i R- H. Mclntire.The Wreck Causes Clrnilt. IB ad far Brmii- (.f t i< (orfi, >-p or Forgery and ut- .
; Officers A. E. Brown '- '
The date for the annual family Sparks Heads
1&61 fair will be held Oct. PCVTOFLORIST:
and B. S. Overstreet picked the night fi."h fry was set; for Sept. I lit S; TH 24-29 and wishing to
anyone Sell It Rent It Trade It .
two up near Tuck's Drive-In at 17 at the Starke Farmers Mar.- Demo Group. place HP. 'exhiffit is asked to 'con- $1,000 Damage; PHONB HO'fCOOERJtt 44153U1STIXCTMB

approximately 9:45 p.m. The two et. The directors will meet againon tact Hie chairman of the divisionhe UiaiC FLOWERS AM. W'HERB

admitted the theft upon questioning Sspt. 7 to complete arrange- The Bradford County Democratic wishes to. enter. No One Injured S tfchf

by the police, Sweat said. ments. Executive Committee meet- ; WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDWKMARMI.4 I FOB $ALI .

The pun contained two $5 The J-iectors: went on record as ing in the courthouse Wednesday Lions I Two automobiles collided at theedlisht Npw and imd Building Supplies
Have MoneyTo IV lengths $I.3
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bills, a $1 bill and $.75 in change, endorsing Tax Assessor Gene
afternoon 18 named S. E.
Aug. Jackson -
.., Billy Jackson.
I : : at the intersection of 4IVP HRSOtUTlO: i 4 C r.r ** per foot. See
the chief said, but the boys never Long's tax program and instructed Sparks as county campaign chair- Buy Glasses Temple Avenue and BrownleeStreet I It !'EMl'dln! SappUes.SIXUER tickS

found the two large bills which the secretary to send him a man for the forthcoming presidential t M WORDS OR LESS Oat lmtrtl m un.1..... kari .p
12:45 .
For Youngsters at p.m. Monday, August JJCWIKO: it t1CmiEreirt&ntatIv : :
were hidden in a billfold inside letter of commendation.It election. I .-111'-be: In 'mid ford
22, causing damage totaling BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2*I ________ _.... 4e Per WlM i For
the purse. They had thrown the Mr Lex Green was placed in Co. Monday* ad Fridays. jtef-
was reported that Farm Instead of their regular meet $1,000 to both cars ,but injuring % DISCOUNT REPEAT INSERTIONS! *AWfc AO vice on ,*njr mk nU Uro writs
purse away but took police backto Bureau membership now stands char[t of the .ladies division of ing last Thursday, August 18, the DO one, City Pollee reported. :se ADDITIONAL FOR BLIXD ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX ADVAXCV or Mil Singer Sewing }Mathln C
the spot and found it after the County Committee.It Starke Lion's Club was entertain-, Antonia Constanzo, 71, of CanYou'll < N. Marion St er Phone Tfclur 1I0.'
admitting the theft. at 183. a slight increase over the was voted to make a contri- -AWE LAke City Fla. .

Chief Sweat said the 13-year-old same time last year. jution of $300 to the state organization L.ItI HAVE a 1Iew lou program tot Ready mix concrete FUR SALE concrete block uAJiEVIEWBEACH COTTAGES

youngster was already on proba- It was announced that the to be used in behalf ; for farmers the Satire Loans .o credit(: I' to requirements 6 yean- rones., fence posts sand. cementMolar --mectrIQ Wtrh' n. flserv.Call Vtldo yours,
Swim. picnic, flfclv
tion for breaking into Dr. PeteG. Bureau would attempt to secure of the national ticket during the l find low Gainesville of the fa'mer Production and his Credit family. LHierock mix and rock Roof steel Gravel.oyster Phone shell, HO now.S.Z3Z.or lee Mrs. A. Comer,

Felos' office on the night of coming campaign.Lex I;; prices Association.' (20 North Vain. \V04-%;!I, Bradford Engineering Earleten FI<1. :1tebg9I
for -
competitive prices on plastic
June 16. The young thief was Green offered to provide Gainesville, Fla. ttch Co. tfchg:: FOR SALE Preedinjf age registered -
violating his probation by just use by strawberry growers next office space for a county headquarters Quality MerchandiseCourteous .Angus Bulls. Price reuoaable. -
L Complete Tee Service
: ,Conner, WO
Leaton Morgan and Zed- become poyle i4501.ttcng
being on the street at 9 p.m.. season. if it should nec- RADIOS REPAIRED -

Sweat said, since County Judge' ra Hamilton went to Plant City essary during the campaign. Service tf- All Makei. AU ..4e1tsai.uMe Pruning Bracing De-Moss

T A. Yawn had ordered him to lecenlly to observe small machines The meeting was conducted by i\ SHEPHERD'S Ck r**RADIO. pan.te"* TV ing Cavity Work,_. Tree Removal Cash paty 1.rgood, clean cot

'be in by 5:30: pmeach eveningThe the county chairman, L. H..Futch. l !*... Gfft, Owaer TranspiantlsgSapp's ton rats. No Kbikl or wool
that are used there for j; \ 412 E. tall '.. Pkome WO 44501Starke Bradford county Trierraph. -.
Bring to
14-year-old youngster. hadbeen at Stores That Give Fl.
placin? the plastic on the strawberry Tree
Surgeons .
in nQ previous trouble, the f .. S
chief said. : beds. It was reported that Former Lawtey 'p COLONIAL FLORIST PETE SAPP, Owner

The two boys were freed, Sweit Morgan plans to build one of the Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. STAEKE __ PHONE WO 4-3965 REPOSSESSEDSPINET

,said, pending Judge Yawn's return machines and that other grow- Resident DiesD. Flowers wired any place, Flowersfor '
Jw. all occasions locally. Phone PIANO
from vacation. ers may use his as a pattern. WO 4-C2H. 50? East Nona St. tfchg .

R. (Ruffin) Edwards, 76, 4 -

of Jacksonville died }.Ionday.in a FOR -nn.NT-Furnished apart- 19.50 Per MonthAlso
ments. Reasonable rates. Near
SATURDAY hospital there after being in ill I GREEN shopping center. Phone WO 9-3011 Complete' Line of

FRIDAY -- ONLY! health for some time. or WO 4-0771 evening or call at Ill
STAMPS S. Cherry St. Shell OH Co. Office.) NEW WURLtTZEU. PIANOS
:Mr. Edwards was born in Ruf- ttchgHASTINGS'lrIAn'RESS AND ORGANS

I fin. S.: c. and moved to Lawteyat -

i iI I an early age with his parents, -=- From' .$495.00

the late Daniel and Elizabeth Ed I f '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS .
I ,
wards. He was.a retired hotel MUSIC CENTERS
![ : .
710 Lemon St.- Pabtka '
clerk and had formerly been en- S '

gaged, in the turpentine and rosin Furniture Repaired .Upholstertd 102$ : ; 'UJdVfNt)' A"e.
You're dollars ahead ,
Ii i business. He was a member of I I inrsvU1e-i<<: :- Fi. FR 6-4145.

I he Methodist Church. many ways.when you shop at -. & Refinished For Expert Tree'Surgery Call Our .Our UU snui"b-!in Siarke '

service stations that give S&H Green Stamps. MATTRESSES REBUILT Week.! '
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. storeslDr Agent Every, :

I Lillie M. Edwards of' Ft.. Lauderdale t : New Innersprings. 224 N..Temple Phone'WO 4-3363
Fresh Indiana .
i Local GrownPEAS Dollars ahead because of the distinguished merchandise .. ; ;
I ; two daughters, Mrs..Dorothy Box Springs EXPERT PAINTING

Large-Red-Ripe i Lee, -Del ray Beach, and Mrs. W.I -more than_},50Q! item*:-you can get' (nocxtra'cost : ': Drop ana Us.. 'Card or 'Call C.\Lt---- Jackson" for. top fill dirt, : -'DECORATINGAlTWork -
E. Wilcox Ft. Lauderdale; two with y'fiU boob rfSiH,Green.Stamps. bUdaingand grading: W. T. ,
I Jackson," WO 44011. tfch I Gnaraoteed
519168 -
TOMATOESQc I sons. D. R. Edwards Jr., "Nassau, PALATKA EA I : ,

All Varieties Bahamas;_ and :William Edwards, 'I Dollars ahead again because.of the low prices:. I STABLE WO 4-5M4 HOUSE ,FOR SALE 2 story I Call \VO .4-2871 for Estimate

LB. LBS. four sisters Mrs.A. merchandise that's featured at fins stores roomiand bath. Pecan and Pear
Pennsylvania; ,. tits quality
25C trees. fenced, :3 I lots in lIa pton.
I Z. Adkins Starke; :Mrs. John which give S&H Green Stamps-backed with the cool; Aid' Reasonable. C. C. Cannon, Box. n,I JIM RICHARDSON.
Love Wilkes, Starke; Mrs. J. C. Hampton 4tp 8/2B, I S
'teous service you always like: to receive. :i1tETIurnished; : 2 bedroom
Adkins Gainesville .
; and Mrs. L. .One 'and two bedroom apartments. upstairs; apartment Mrs. faal Ray-

NORTH CAROLINA 5 lb. Basket L.. Roane, Jacksonville; and 't.wo. Prove it to yourself! .Compare prices! Compare INTRODUCTORYOFFER mo.Light Inquire and ,water in rear.included- 516 S. S45 Epper per mond. Z U'8. Water. .-.. 'tfcht

Jrothera, E. E. Edwards and W. I I '
quality! Compare service! Toull soon learn why S&H son St. T. L. Kfrchaine. ttchg FOR RENT'yur&lsht; \ t bedroom
L, Edwards, both of Jacksonville. house 81] ke"Hh$ Modern'conveniences. -
PEACHES SOe }Funeral\ services were held at Green Stamps *extra values for you. Engraved Business TOR REXT .- Oneroont' furnished Oi.tanJ'e anl eas!,hot.water
Stationery house, all utilities AlIIo'one, 5- heater. NUT ,KhooL; PhOne' WO 4- \
10 ajn. Thursday in :eashole '- room unfurnished house. Both very 5744, lIre A. F. 8aI.. 633 McMahon -
Funeral Parlors, Jacksonville. 500 Letterheads, reasonable. Apply Stars & Stripes St. ttcbg
Grocery, .KUigtley Lake, Ph. LE 3-
Interment was in Evergreen 500 Large Envelopes 2781. ttchg Pears For 8&16.Wtlf Butler Rd.
See Serry! Lyons across street fron
Cemetery. :
Jimmy S.r. 500 Business Cards FOR REXT 4-room furnished Ira An&reu place. Phon*.WO 9-2241.
See Bill 4 house acre of land, modern con- Stp 8/85
DowlingU. i :
or venitncea. Mrs. May .Jordan Rt 1, : -
Funeral Services FINEST ENGRAVING.; Box 247/ 2 ml 'east on Hiway 1C. STAMPS ._:Special Ott-Acqualnted
Phone WO 4-0943 .3tchg 91| offer. Two "nountedpages of scarce
S. 301 Across Street from Setzer's :_. ALL: FOR. 48.05 8thI'll" Conga; one mounted pace
Held WednesdayFor .
RENTALS of Anrola (most beautiful stampsin

Two large furnlbhed' homes. at the world. Boom fUt for quick
Plate' Included Klngtley Lake Sept. 18t. to June reply On .et iL orocco. Mounted
Mrs. Lillie Lewis .
Taste Thrill I 1st collection .Si; not mounted }5. Sup-
New BRADFORD COUNTY Two bedroom unfurnished home on ply limited. Contact Belote Drugs
I Mrs Lillie S. Lewis. 92. died U. S. :301 North of Starke. or Bert Cfsrlstofftr Sr., Keystone
TELEGRAPH Large :3 bedroom home', East of Helgtts: Fla. 3tchr til
MONEYWHEN Tuesday in an Orlando hospital Stark.just off State Road 230. .
I after being In failing health for FurnUhed home in Starke. Occupantwill FOR SEJJT _Ktngsler Lake. Sept.
Modem Mechanized .Err FarmApprox -! 1hare'ith through May. 2 bedroom house. Tile
some time. She was a native of 10,600 Chickens 77 Acres, will' rent entire house.elderly. couple or bath and kitchen, terawo floors.

Hamilton County and was a form- Modern I Bedroom'CSS Lake Front A J. THOMAS. Realtor Two air conditioners, space heater
sezS'ue.STRAWB Home. Cold Storage, Work Shed.; large dock. $>9 per month. Call.'or
.ei resident of Starke. Jeep Trqck All Equipment $1J,000 ltchg2 \\'rite, O. N U.rper, Do* 5* Gaines-
Mrs. Lewis moved to Apbpka 27 Down. Inspection! By Appointment.Phone FOR SALE vllle Fla or phone TR l-C4fl Ito
Keystone 4297. C. J. O'Conner.
Choice building lot side of
years ago, where she lived with S : on west Cottage Kincsley
St chgd 'tll[ Kingsley Lake. The lot I. In good .FDrolthed' at
her Sin G. Kirk Lewis, until his neighborhood. has' deep well good Lake for r,,,t tram ,?pt I to June
RRY'ICE 1. Also, cottage for rent Aug. ,23
; YOU ; water, electricity available.
k -, :. death several years ago. In recent Call WO 4->374 if.you are planning to.Sept 8. Fbone L*. 1.4711 Up
SistrunK Feed and Seed Co.,
: ; :. years she had made her on sending: child to' kindergartenin 2tche owners 9/1

,: .; home with her daughter, Mrs. J. CREAM Seileuber. Mama 'Priest.. 7tcbg ::9IU| FRIGIDAIRE
NEEDIT C. Robinson, in Apopka. bred $2.0. W. E. Martin 5 mi. pure-northof 'APPLIANCES
'".'"- Besides: Mrs. Robinson she is \ SANDWICH j WAITRESS WANTED Apply in! Starke, 1st road north. of Thonl
K survived by another daughter, person at, B & O Truck Stop after Truck Stop Itp GAS RANGES; .
S 2:30 p. m.- Stchg, '11 Sales gmteeSTARKE #
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Mrs. Hilda Shank, Apopka; a son with delicious FOR SALE At cost remaining S ,

.. James A. Lewis, Starke; seven FOR RENT .- .Very, nicely newly freezer supplies. Wrapping paper, RADIO & TYke
vanilla wafers. decorated apartment Private bath plasti hap, cartons and tape. Mrs.
grandchildren' 11 great grand and entNn Suitable ,for Bachelor Titus Olson, 21S S. Walnut St !, a' WO I.S511
children, and one great-great S or couple. Call WO 4-4$21or 570 tfchg
I -S t' W. Call St.' Itch
grandchild. % r ; WANTED' Registered nurse or FOR SALE-F1V6 room bl fk, houal-
LOANS TO" $600 Funeral services 'were held START Hcensid practical nurse fot floor will sell reasonable. Call WO 4-0$3.'
'** duty. Appl Doctors Hospital! tfchg 40? Center St 2tp..111J
Wednesday at Bray Funeral $ < 1 Y ,*M \ 3&s & While AVON hax airahuble sales .
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Home in Apopka and burial was ,t > '4 W'"'- Irrritoriei anIUble to earn ex* FOR :nEXT 4 room furnished FOR 8ALU.-Modern three bedroom
For. Any Worthwhile Purpose at 2.m.. 'Thursday Evergreen c garage apartment year round on frame home, and 4-fetes of land.
2C* (ra money for Christmas. Foil or Klngsiey Lake. Mrs. Louise Moore, ('U- River with HHt'ar frontage.Contact
Cemetery near Jasper. : part time. We train you. Write Phon LE 3-2302. It-cog owner HT 14177, or. P. 0.

S .... '- \ ti,.. : .flnld....-.. f-. _aiw.f_-.. .1t. .n..... -RAw a w--!tle. Box. )tt*. itark 2tp '/1
Robert J. Norman Lire Oak Fla only. Phone WO 9-2934.: Sharon FOR SAJLKr-ra: .tk'Cabin Cruiser
UNPAID BILLS .. Clnff. 2tcbg '11 53 tp Johnson Motor;' Boat, motor
MEDICAL EXPENSES Rites Are Set MAX \\"UY'\"l--To take over and.lr\il lef .IUO. fawic's Trailer
Court RaJford Rd. Phone WO
DeaUnblp 'In' Stark.. Products es- FOR nEXT 3 room furnishedapartment.
REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS\ For For 2 P.M. Friday tablished. Weakly profits of >50 or New furniture and new- IU.;) lIr.b.; CoUlns.Up|

more etan. povsible. No investment St
a1 ty decorated. 204 W. Adkins or "
PURCHASES loft bAL-4io 50 x lltt ft. corner
necessary. WIU help you get Phono WO 4-47S4. Itcng
ETC Funeral services for Robert J.[ tarted Write C. H. RubleDept.. Church wo 4-M11 and*"'Weldoq. :fits._."_ Phone
Norms of Route 1. Starke will !*-., W tkln, Product- Inc... Memphis U8UU CE
: ?. Tenn. ltD We plan to add I experienced and SIX ROc1i HOC!& FOR RENT nearFarmer.1farket
be the
2 Friday in
pin. I Lcensetf man to our staff to work furnished. Mrs. S.
Northside Baptist] Church with OK SALE Concrete block four Starke and surrounding area. To W. UallSt.ea.fhoue KO, 4-5331
room house .and bath, 28 acre of '
Prompt Service With the pastor, Rev. Gerald E. Suggs, land, 2% miles from town. Barn man Guaranteed selected we Salary offer: : : .,'. tfchKLVG8LEV

and Rev. C. A. Crosby officiating. deep well,- good water eltcjtrfiitr, Monthly Bonus LAKE 'HOME; 'for Sale

Burial win follow in Dyal Cemetery ;,. Slstrunk Feed and, Seed X ttchgl. owners Lifetime Renewals' or R At; Xew lake cottage and. large
'Whoppingbigandgoodvaluel Qualified Leads. BVln,' doc* > Ikeu&e.mot.. $100
Money ProblemsSTOP iinder the direction of De- For interview write or phone Mr. per month 6> t,4tlp..11'lD, each
S.u.-Ph1co! 'refrl erator, 1
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. iV'T' FOR apartment vise as 1 double Gary, 2721 Park St Jacksonville, year or ,U,509 41owp. -pa .aent oa
f nags
Norman'"was Fa. Phone EV f-S3. 2. parcbaee. Balance: tilt per moDtlLPhon.
Mr. born July 10. bed and mattre tend table. 'and
chest of ,., S. 12 Clark Itthg I'RukUn 2-33IU GAinesville,
draw at
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1896 cud was the son of the late Flaor vrite V. Q. Hcqor Jr.. Box
r.t. or Phone. WQ c.nti. .Uch,
IN OR CALL Ebbie Norman and Maggie Norman .- .d dOll hrgtl tit eU-/i: ,.e larorifeSuper SS KnGtlLE1UKE J14, CalB sCIe. Fla -.J

who survives him- Besides : : MORE ThiN EVER. IT REALLY" and FOR boat SALE-house.Furnished Price home.$%%,500.00 dock I 'tci......'--f/JJ

his mother, who resides in! Vanilla \ PATS IF TOO TO ARE TRADE A SLADE WITH CUSTOMER 8LADE. $3,509.C0 down. $139 per month on WANTEO-iauadry Route 8alesmll.

Gainesville, he'is survived by four Sue OR PLAN TO BEOOMB ONE balance. Shown by appointment Keyctcn Heights area.. Avply, KeyStone -
sisters. Mrs. Laura Mae Royal of I YOU CAN NOW PURCHASE TOUR .fll)?. Watheterja ltch&
A. J. THOMAS, Realtor
TOWN FINANCE CO. I Lakeland; M:?. Maude Morris Ice Cream Sandwich HEATER AT WHOLESALE PRI- Itcbg $/%$ FOR .A5Bft.C'HdW4Its..- -

Gainesville; Mrs., Elvlee: Jones. .CES. SEE C8 BEFORE YOU BUT. $ ; na Room *
clotcJat) o/trt enclose arafe YnrBitasd-Manrextras.
Plant City; and Mrs. Rosa Mae I wita UGaout ? "
', WATER HEATERS. ONLY $5I45.Itchff. SHOP. EOT PREFERRED. Hi acre rroand on. hard
144 TV. CALL ST. Thomas Niceville; three brothers. ,' UehgFOR road. Near KeTstoner 'Hta.i .
Edward and Joe Norman. BR-A,b hj'1.1. )1cnae. .Aprox 5
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Ph WO 4-9091,_ Starke, Fla. both of Starke. and Ernie Nor ,S.-- ..0" -.v : S. ;,\ t. puppy t mp old. Name ,Tiny" bath utilities famished. Starke & ,. R1tY1fi .&

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Rites In KentuckyFor Faith Presbyterian Mrs. Regan HostessTo 'AAAAA A &A.A'A A&A I daughter of Oakridge: Term visit

f KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Harold G. Snellen, Church DedicationSet Circle MembersOf MELROSEBy '.ed family.Mr. and Mrs. Claude Eaves and liEE's I Drive In

Retired Businessman For Sept. 4th Eliam Baptist Mrs. Alice Rothhammerluauue.awnu..aa John The Webb marriage of this of Miss city Katherine to John J,

By Mary K. Scbaeffer Edward Olson
HarJld G. Snellen 68, retired Faith Presbyterian Church, located i Elsie Knight Circle of Eliam of Haines City was

businessman died Thursday, Aug. on Highway 21 between 1 Baptist Church in Melrose met ,... an event of Saturday morning in

Square Dance For Fun for you: 18, in the Lake City veterans hospital Keystone Heights and Melrose, recently at the home of Mrs. I Miss Peggy Ann Rothhamer the First Methodist Church. The Fri., Sat. Aug. 26, 27
On Saturday: evening ;Sept, .3,
A Treasure Is Found will dedicate its new building at couple left for a honeymoon in
I inhere he had been undergoing Regan. An Interesting program -
celebrated her ninth birthday
there will be a Modern Square JERRY
Dancing party at the .Masonic Perhaps: that dainty little watercolor treatment for heart troublefor 3:30 pjn. on Sunday, Sept. 4. was' presented by Mrs. Ai>g. 20 at the home of her, their Carolina and plan to make

Hall iron 8 till 11 pm. Floyd scene tucked away in some- several weeks. The pastor, Rev. James R. Ralph Mathews, program chairman parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Haines home after Aug. 30. in

., Hazen. member of the 'N E. one's attic may not be a treasure Mr. Snellen had lived at Keystone Neale, Jr. announces that; Dr. U. with Mrs. Henry Williams Rothhammer. City. Both are Universityof In
!i *'the to some, but to us, for sentimental for eight years, moving S. Gordon of the First. Presby- Mrs. Dock Tison and Mrs. Her- Florida graduates.
Florida Callers Assn. will be and Mrs. W. D. Grimsleyand
reasons it means a lot. there from Shepardville, Ky. He terian Church, Gainesville, will man McGuire taking part. Miss Gayle Cross is visiting
caller Tickets will
for the
evening. daughter of
; Jean tilth
I Sunday afternoon, we went was a veteran of World War I.: give the dedicatory sermon basedon Daring the business session her grandparents, Mr. and vino A
be $1 per couple for dancers. Sandy: Hook. Miss, were recent Mrs. C, P.
, Spectators admitted free. Only with Mrs. Bill Few to inspect her Surviving are his, wife, Martha, the theme, ,"The Home Mission Mrs. Carl Reichardt, president, reported guests of :Misses Annie and Miss Huffman of Live Oak.
new residence which is being who 1 Is & Bradford County Public Program And The Individu that the circle had been6sked Addie Lee. Cora'Lyons is In Bradford
experienced square dancers
readied for her family not a health nurse, and a son, Harold; al." to contribute to the BernieGift While their County Hospital SMALL PLANET
be permitted on the floor, so on honeymoon last L. C. Lenokes
new house but one of the first Jr.. 14The Also taking part will be Rev. Fund and also to the Baptist of Daytona Beach
that those who interestedcan week
are Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Goines stayed at the
Keystone houses. In one of the body was sent to Shepardsville Arthur W. Rideout of the First Camp! 'for Girls Lee House recently
see how pretty and how much (of Clinton. Tenn., visited with Mr. Misses
cubby holes we found this wat- Ky. w1iere''fU lerar serviceswere Presbyterian Church, Palakta, Mrs Mathews reminded mem- Marlyn and Laura
Sun. Mon. & Tues.
fun square dancing figures can be. and Mrs, Claude Eaves and i Dority of ,
r-color scene which we immedi- hcla Sunday afternoon. Bur- who will develop the theme "The bers of the Community Missions S. C. visitedMr.
is for
Square dancing
all ages; ;and not limited to the ately i identified and correctly I. ial was in Evergreen Cemetery, Home Mission And The Individual project, and the president read a arid Mrs. Daniel Staffordand and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.Three Aug. 28, 29, & 30
as one done by Mrs. Charles Louisville, Ky. Church" and Rev. Joseph W. letter from Mrs. T. M. Johns birthdays: were celebratedat
teenagers or the senior citizens. children of
Bethany Okla. the
Clark who several years ago endeavo.ecl Conyes, executive. secretary of superintendent of the Baptist home of Mr. and Mrs.
There is fun to be had hi Mrs, ONE
Just are visiting Staffords' par- Claude Eaves FOOTIN
to teach a group of us Suwannee Presbytery, who will Children's Home, asking the circleto last week. They
learning the figures, and one; may I ents Mr. and Mrs, Walter Mann, were: Debbie Eaves
the waUr-color\ She speak on "The Home Mission seven years
technique. :area. Anyone ,who;,feels she hasa sa'e Instant Tetley Tea coupons -
experience a feeling of exhilara and brother-in-law
and sister, old
her husband built and lived them the home. Guy Tillery 34 years old, and
and green thumb and'is interested Program And Suwannee Presbytery. and send to
tion ana alcohol. No ,liquor Is Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mathews and Sherry Tillery HELL
." one year old.
ji the house now occupied by Mr. Mrs. Dock Tison reminded the -
allowed a these meetings. While in beautifying the outdoors is family. Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs, Bill Beam and family A choi of 30 voices from the circle of the "Christians in Au- Melvin Parramore

this may discourage some, it will The Beam's master! bedroom was asked to contact' Membership First Presbyterian Church of Pa- gust" project of sending Christmas children Mr. and, of Mrs.Orlanda Tom visited Bailey Sen.and Mr. end Mrs. Leroy Watson and Starring Alan LaddIn

also :attract a lot of others. the Clark's studio. Mr. Clark, Chairman Mrs. Leon Wagner of iatka will provide special music, gifts to an Indian Reservation -\ Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and son,
:and Mrs. Emory Cross Cinemascope
recently. all
Why not drop in on Saturday too,- was! a painter, specializing Lake Geneva, whose phone is with Mrs., Mitchell Duff as soloist ;n South Florida, and asked Miss Shirley Spires of Miami o Auburndale were recent

,evening end see what square dancing -i i I in beautiful oils many of which 2671. She will give you all the and Davis Long, organist.A that til members bring their is visiting! her grandparents Mr. guests! of Misses Annie and Addie FIRST FLORIDA

done right may still be seen in Keystone :information social hour, including refreshments gifts to the church next Sunday. and Mrs. Lee.Carol
might do you desire. A. C. Spires.
i homes One that nearly everyone served by the Wom- Mrs Reichardt announced that:: Rothhammer shot a rattle-

has seen is the portrait of a The first meeting has been an's Circle headed by Mrs. R, P. he Study ,Course of the book, Mrs. Stuart McGinty of Atlanta, snake ,Saturday afternoon. It had SHOWING AT

Unwanted Hair child I new Mrs. D. O. Stewart] scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 27 Vogh will follow the dedication "Woman's Missionary Union," by Ga. is visiting with the Berkle- eleven rattlers and a button and

that hangs or did hang at 2 pm., 'at the home of Mrs. ervice. All friends of the churchare Miss Alma Hunt, would be taughtby mans. was almost five feet long. REGULAR PRICESWed.

Removed in th.3 Keystone Woman's Club. Edmund Dwyer Jr., and subse- cordially invited, and a nursery Mrs,-Odom at the next circle Mr.. an-i and family Mrs.are Thomas returning PrevostSr. to )Melrose Duplicate Winners

MEDICALLY (The portrait not Mrs. Stew- quent meeting: will be held on the will be provided for small meeting at the home of Mrs. Mc their home in New Orleans, La. Winners of the Melrose Duplicate & Thurs.
childrEn. Guire.At Bridge Club were: First
APPROVED 6J'tJMrs.! fourth Thursday,of each month. after a visit with Mrs. Prevost's Aug. 31, Sept. 1
Few was kind enough to Plan To Have The new $30.000 building includes the close of the social per- I place, Mrs. J. D. Henderson and
METHODS Your X-Ray mother, Mrs. Etta Minge.
give me the abovementionedwatercolor a fellowship hall, a kitchen iod, the.hostess served home-made Mrs. Ray Starnes; 'second place,
Fridaj, Sept. 2, is the date for Tommy of '
Rayburn. son Mr.
which we shall treas- the tnd two well-lighted Sunday ice cream to' the following mem- Mrs. J. W. Strawn and Mrs. A. .KILLERS OFKILIMANJARO
Mobile x-Ray Unit for the and Mrs Jerry Rayburn, is re-
Edmund ure as a memento of those hap- detection School looms. bers: Mrs.-R. F. Simmons, Mrs. C. Spires, third place, Mrs. Roland
of tuberculosis to be from broken collarbone
in coverng a
DWYER py hours spent in the studio of Keyston. Hours of operation will The 28-member congregation Carl Ford: Mrs. Henry Williams, Bryan and Mr. Evan Spires;;

that gentle lady who is now be has been aided by numerous con- Mrs. Ralph 'Mathews, Mrs. Dock fourth ;place Mrs. Allen Graham
ELECTROLOG1ST from 10 ajn. until p.m.; and Mrs. Florence Jackson has returned and Mrs. E. H. Cooper.
dead. nbuticnj from interested friends. Tison Mrs.- Herman McGuire,
3 till .
Tel. FR 2-8039 Lakes Garden Club Organizes 6 p.m. It wont take a min- The church was promoted by the Mrs. Carl Reichardt. 'and Miss ; home after a visit to her 1
ute oi your ,time to be X-rayed '.' three daughters, Mrs. Eva Left- THE RIGHT POCVT tvt With Robert Taylor
: .e
For an Appointment garden club to be known as First Presbyterian, Church, Pa- Anna ,Lee;
A as a matter of fact, only 30 wick of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. T. A. write. Come In and select Cinemascope & Color
107 W. University,Ave..Snit 204 tha Lakes Garden Club has recently atka :AS its home mifcipn project: way you
seconds! To paraphrase a currentTV C' Smith of Calhoun, Ga., and Mrs.
favorite ESTERbROOK
GAINESVILLE, FLA. been organized in this commercial A special feature of.,the Jl a.D}. your
; it's "the most im-
Morning Worship service on tired Methodist minister now living George Connard of Smyra Ga. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
portant 30 seconds in the life of Ronnie Anderson -
I Sept., 4 will be,the sermon,' The in' Winter Park will be the
your lungs. Incidentally, you Living Church given by Rev.. )., last of .a' series of speakers at spent Tuesday afternoon visiting

C. J. 't:ETF O'CONNORReal must rayed be 18 unless years of age work to be X- Ralph Neale ,of, Winter Parjc., the Community; Church during Grant Rothhammer. They then I Year 'Round Air Conditioning

restaurant- you In a father of the pastor He'has numerous pro Hold's a ncltDr.. Montgomery visited,Mr. Gist of McIntosh.
or a soda fountain. .
will ,speak, this Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tillery and
Estate and Appraisal Service Anyone working wIth'food should friends in Archer, Palat- Aug28.' He will be rememberedfor ( HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM

be X-rayed. Let's make it a'suc- kaand, Keystone Heights wherehe having- served the church

cess this year so they will comeback 'has held pastorates. during-'those years, he and his FOR ASLITTLE Aft PER. -
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights in 19621 $
Civic family[ owned and lived in the SURE AS WEEK
Events Of Interest
PHONE 4297 ]louse,on.Lake Keystone now the -..-' .
__- :This Friday,eveniisrrthe- men their' group at>the Masonic Hall. property" of Mrs.Sara McDonald. t' '.
; after every accident to have a
of St. Anne'-E
r'"TSriHfiB opal 'church Ill the teen-ag'were dressed In ,Tile,rnoir- baa started rehearsals KEYSTONE HTS.
WANTEDOn will hold Chiropractic 'heck'up.. The Chiropractic CALL REDFEARN
their annual fish fry,:at idiculously loud colors and combinations again, and.meets every Thurs- 4252
the church grounds starting about profession offers you a
day evening atj:30., :: as usual. New
Lakefront Property ,- Improved and Unimproved .530.: Tickets will be,$1 for adults of colors. Music for' sjn@irwiil be,welcome. routine checkup-plus I location of

Residential Farm 'and Business Property.WE I and'75c for children.' The menu, dancing 'was furnished, by Mark The. Executive, .Board, of, the nerve pressure.' FOR FURTHER- DETAILS. -

which was, published last week, Gaboardi of Melrose, and his electric Wo n 'iaiithe;?: Church will hold
FOR ALL TYPES, AND Have hint accident which
HAVE INQUIRIES should satisfy'everyone.Saturday you an
guitar. There was also Juke the first.meeting of, the new
evening :Aug. 27, the left nervous! and exhausted all
INVITE chorea 'on Monday, Aug. 29,
box-music. Mrs. Dovie Sibley was year
ladies of the Keystone Heights at 2 j .JIl.,1n the educational build- the time, everything you do Is ; NOW 0 P E: N'
chaperone. 4'4't0 Q\'b
Estrellita Club will
z sponsor a ing. ,Prior .to this, the'Finance wrong bruises slow to heal easily
chicken barbecue dinner at Key- Comdr. And 1\Irs. Chance Committee:will meet'at 1 p.m. to upset

l stone Beach; -Adult pickets will: EntertainOn Set, up- the-' iudget ,for.the year.

"HIT PARADE"FOR be $1.25; children: 15c. Donations August 10, Commander, and Dr. Hol 'wW. be back, the first See your (Chiropractor first. He ZIKE DECORATING SHOP

'vill go toward furnishing the n.?w .Mrs. Ray Chance entertained- witha week 1n'September. He and Mrs. Is the one scientifically and skill' -

Masonic building. Serving will Holt have been at their summer fully trained to locate and remove
ME AND MY GAL. THIS OLD HOUSE be from 5:30-: till 7:30.: : dinner party at the Officers
home ,in1'Montreal: N, ,C. during nerve pressure. When this Is accomplished [hi Wiggins Building Keystone Heights
On Saturday morning, Sept. 3, I Club at Green'COve Springs Naval '
Roomy homey, rustle 2BK, Is wafting for a happy the ladies of the Keystone base. Dinner guests included August. the above symptoms
modern, lots of living family on pretty shady St. Winiam's'CatholicAt ,
space a will gradually and surely fade,
Heights Woman's Club'will hold Capt.-and Mrs. Dale E. Fairchild,
extras. cleared, landlot, wide beach, deep well a meeting of the Altar Socie-
many: Bake Sale from 10 o'clock, until Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red/earn, away.
I soaped, shady 2 acre lot, bath, sleeps 12, a rambling ty recently, it was decided that <[u POtID
noon. The sale will' be held on Sr., Capt. and Mrs. G. K. Hudson Parish should
access to Lake Wlnnott. comfortable camp with fur- every lady. In the -
he lot next to Belote's Drug Store. and Capt. and Mrs., W. C. Howes. BE SURE
donation toward the
ready to operate 1000 head ufehings. $6400. 10 years make her'
This should be an excellent Orchid leis were presented to ICC.U.S.M..
turkey rtn. Room to expand. to pay. opportunity Ham Supper on Sept. 3.. Therefore Your t insurance policies are not
for both residents and Mrs. Fairchild and Mrs. Howes.who' ,
518.500. I 1 I each lady should donate limited to hospital care but provide PAINTS & PAINTING AIDS
DEAR HEARTS AND GENTLE visitors to get their holiday baked are scheduled to leave thecountry either a cake or two pies, and also for care in your home or th e
oods without standing oyer a soon. There was also a
PEOPLE have ready five pounds of boiled
m hot mix-master. All club mem- lel for Mrs. Hudson as a welcome diced; with hardboiledegg Chiropractors office. WALL PAPER SAMPLES
YOU'D_.BE SURPRISED Surround each of two bers are urged to'bake and have aboard to the Naval Base at ,-celery, and onions. ,This will We will' gladly "check yow

To find 210 ft. on Lake Sanomrortable' homes, one into donations at the sale by 10 a.m. Green Cove Springs. The leis be the "makings" of potato salad, policies to see If you have propeicoverage.

Fe cleared, lawn to watKeystone, one In Melrose. Saturday evening, Sept. 3, the were from Hawaii. and the dressing will be made by We Do Papering and Painting

er's edge, furnished home, Both furnished. Each located ladies of St. ,William Catholic Both Capt. Fairchild and Capt. the cooks .

100 ft. dock, guest house only a block from Club will hold ,their annual Ham Hudson were pleasantly surprised Personals Consult The FREE ESTIMATES, -

and garage for S18.SOU( We, I shopping One $8250., the Supper at the Keystone Heights when they met at dinner, for they'i Lt. Col. Walter D. Andrewsen '

have it. other $11,950. Woman's Club from 5:30: until were old acquaintances, having arrived last week from Puerto Dr. H. G.: Bollinger RALEIGH ZIKE Owner

7:30.: Adult tickets will be $1.25 both been instructors at the Naval Rico to be with his family for a

-' and 75c for children under 12 .Industrial[ War College In Washington while beore going on to San Antonio Chiropractic Offices Phone Keystone 4505BUSINESSMEN

S. E.' MCKAY REALTOR years. There will be door prizes .! D. C. several years ago, Texas-hIs new assignment.

and other 'valuable prizes given Sargent Baby CoL Andresen is scheduled for 128 E.University, Ave. Gaines vale,

Mrs. M. Ilgen -' I. Brault, AssociatesTel. :away after 7:30.: Mr and Mrs. Key Sargent of { 428 N. Walnut St. Starke

Tel.: 3071 2051 2391 4151 II Party For Tommy Keystone Heights are the happy I (Continued on,next Page)

On Monday Aug. ,15, Tommy parents of a brand new daughter,

Bird, celebrated )his 14th birthday Sandra Lynne, born at Bradford

ird. celebrated his,,14th ,birthday County Hospital on Friday Aug.

with 'a party >for his fnends.
One of Tommy's birthday gifts, is Interesting to note that

a .22 rifle, furnished entertainment Key Sargent is the oldest "native" -L: w- I

for the boys when .they all rf Keystone Heights, having been .

Lad a chance at target-shooting the first child born here. We Lr ,
'n the clay pit. There was also feel this is a distinction worth Y S i Jpu. a a T y y x Ia

K MILKSSe swimming and a picnic supper mentioning. ; r -

A> joyed the party.in Freeman Baby ,
the>Bird's yard. Boys who en- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Freeman x S. I

joyed the party :were Danny of White Springs are the proud

Hinck. Jimmy McMurtry. Stevie parents of a daughter born on

gaL Shac leford, Gary Cooper, Mike August 9. Mrs. Freeman Is the

y Zike Lance Andrewsen and Bur- forma Frances Dodd. daughterof

ton White Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd ol Lrsrraa ,

Teen Town Loud Party Keystone Heights. + r r sM& Our Bank Can Help You'

Friday evening, the boys and CHURCH NEWS S

hh Eggs Bread girls of Keystone Heights Teen Community Church More and more businessmen are making our bank

Town held a "Loud Party" .for Rev. B. M. Montgomery a re- headquarters for all their financial needs; payroll

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&VLAV.L&AALAAAVAkALAAAAAAAV. with their uncle and aunt Mr. fly were Mrs. Hendry's father. E. home after .V :; V
,visiting her daughter
first Monday in November, A. D.t At'Talfahassee, Capital. '
KEYSTONE and Mrs. K John Nelson and V. Corcoran and her grandmother -, Atlanta I' 1. 19(0. the said Tuesday being tbs this the let day "6f AUgust, 'A. D., \
children. :Their mother, Mrs. Lena Mrs. J. P. Thompson, Mrs. Robert Jones? is spending 8.I* ? 1n.W. Eighth Day of November.. I tft. V V '
Representative in Congress for ( ) \f
HIGHLIGHTS Clemens, spent last Wednesday in both of St. Petersburg.Mr. this, weci with relatives, in Lees- the EIGHTH Congressional District V V R. A. GRAY
Jacksonville with the Nelson's and and Mrs. E. C. Shryock Jr. burg, V ; t' For Three (3):I Justices of the Supreme -. SECRETARY OF STATE, V

rfYYyyyYYY V YYYY.YY..W she and the boys returned tor and children stopped to see Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Rue- Dukes_ of By Mrs.. D. E. HillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfc f For Judge Court of the District Court of V V 111l"jt 1/1 \

(Continued from Preceding Page) gether. George Schaeffer on Saturday Lake Butler were V visiting'Mr.and i I..P .- Appeal I for the First Appellate Di.-
Stewart St. George from Mont- afternoon, enroute from. Oktawa- iis. T. W.. '.Markey ana 'Mr. and' I tri t V NOTICE AUGUST OF ELECTION:. 1SSO
ietiremer.1 in nine months when real. Canada is spending" several Ha to Albany, Ga.. their home. I Mrs. Eai Green Sunday' (f erI CITY REGISTRATION: Judicial For ? Circuit Circuit Judges of the Eighth. I. William T Jackson Mayor of

he plans to return to Keystone weeks with his aunt Mrs. D. O. Mr. Shryock is Mrs. Schaeffei's I noon. V TODAY.- ; ELECTION. SEPT. IS Soil Conservation For Go\ernor the city of Starke. Florida by .

Heights permanently. Meanwhile Stewart, on Magnolia Ave. Mr. brother., ChfleS.Kelley.. GM3,. stationed Eighteen new voters had N-E-W-S For For Commissioner Secretary of Stit of Agriculture' virtue oy law cf do the hereby authority call vested an electionto In me I

his family will move into St. George has spent the lastTive Mrs. Mary Smulski arrived I at Mayport, was hom for, Jhe :kiready: registered by Monday of For State Superintendent 'of Public I. be held at the\ Fire Station In

their home on Jasmine Ave. which jean in Europe representinghis home Saturday from Wilmington, i weekend with his mother Mrs. this wftek: for the' city election 'V By BUI. Haas I InstructionFor the voters aforesaid, town by qualified' ,

Is currently occupied by the Herb employer. After leaving Key- Del. via the Silver Meter. She I Doris Kelley;' : V next month.. with the books still Soil Conservation seivie. Attorney Comptroller GeneralFor A. JX. 19SO on,Tuesday for the purpose September of electing 13,

Sar?ean The Sargeants are tone, he will return to Austria.Mr. snakes her home with Mr. and I Mr. ana .'W.: E.V Bigham, Jr. open for new registrations V For Stale TreasurerFor fie: following officers: V
building a home in the Al Nelson St. Gedrge's mother ,was D. MrsJoe_ Pawlikowski and family !were in SouthCarolin on busi- through V Thursday of this week.VInordertoqualtfyasavotera I Complete soil and water con- Commh'Moner n<road and Public Utilitiea GROUP 1 -One Alderman fort

development on Lake Geneva and O. Stewart's twin sister. being Mrs. Pawlik wshi's mother. I ness Monday and Tuesday. serration farm plans were prepared For State Attorney of the Eighth<- wo CROUP years.

it will soon,be completed.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Muir and Recen guests of Commanderand I Mrs. Don Comwell, and .aaugh- person must have lived, 'in t estate for H. L. Reddish and Wray Judicial Circuit Senator V -: two years. H.-One Alderman for
For State of
and Mrs. Frank Walrath children recently spent three daysin Mrs. Ray Chance were Capt. I ters and Miss Joanie Wait of of Florida for one year" and J.: !imi. Wray's nri is located Senatorial District the Fifteenth GROUP: HI One Alderman for

m and son of Jacksonvult wereweeke.d Daytona Beach. Last Wednes- and Mrs- Dale E. Fairchild (IU. S.I Gainesville were visiting' Miss 'h 'the, city of Hamplon. for "six northeast' of'L Iwt y. He- is plan- For One Member of the House of tUo years.frispector. V' V

guests of Mr. and Mrs. day, the Muirs visited Cypress N.] :and: daughter. The Fair- Shirley Green: Tuesday afternoon. month: ring "to p"ut in some Pensacola RepresentativeFor County Judge Mrs Margaret* For Said BlanVenship Election: .

Michael: ttedf earn on Lake Brook- Gard j1S. child's, who visited in Keystonefive I Miss Plan Dukes, of Lake Butler Candidates; for the offices of Sahla\ 'pasture and plant an area For Clerk of the Circuit Court Albert L. Crosby, Jr. V
< to slash pine. We were walking For' Sheriff n. C. ':Pee lf e" *
and clerk Dampier
here from '
major ,
lyn.Rev. Mrs. Jennie Williams and years ago, came 1 l was the weekend guest of Miss For Tax Assessor Mrs .Ernestine
and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery for arid two council but in one of his fields discussing Denmark 1
one ;
daughter Kansas City Kansas, Mechamcsburg Pa. on their way ]Linda, Gieen. V year; For Tax Collector .A1bertFesZer: i
and daughter of Winter Park : Florida 'and via Oakland, Calif., to U. S. Navy Miss Annette Green of Ocala vacancies, each for two years, !the different possibilities of the For County Superintendent of Public Charles. Hardy V I
will this weekend with their have been touring have until September to qualify.Candidates foil types that are ''on the farm.I. Instruction Mr*. J. E. Hardy
spend Base Sublc Manila P. I.
I pent t several days with Mr. and Bay, was nome for the weekend jwith For Supervisor; of RegistrationFor Mrs. Peggy Shaller \
forma neighbors. Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs. M. L. Beasley. Mrs. Williams Capt Fairchild expects to be J her parents Mr. and Mrs." A. L. mUst be 'register when Wray remarked tliat you Three (3) Members of the Ray Stone ,
with Have to put something into the Board of County Commissioners,, ,Mrs. Owen Vaughn
Don Pangbom. The Montgomerys Beasley's stationed in Manila for two years. j Green. voters ana turn"in a petition V \
were former occupants of the cousin,, who was impressed is by the Don and Jerry Widegren left Mrs. Mattie Barry returned Friday signatures: of to Qualified' voters soil if you want- to get some re- Dtts.5 For Two::(2):! Members of the V Board I 'subcrih'name In Teftlmony whereof and, I cause hereunto tn. J.

house now owned by.: Mrs. Sara beauties of our state, and decided Sunday for Bolles School in Jack I after a four weeks' visit with to W. H. Maxwell clerk. beforeIhis'tLne. 'ttrhis.Reddish. of For'Public Justices Instruction. Dists. J &-1 Seal of tht said town to' be'heret '.
the Peace, DistrictsFor
McDonald. to return to Kansas City and sonville. The boys: reported three Mr. and Mrs. J. 'R. Crews and \, : is also going to use I I unto August affixed, A. D.this, I960.the 2nd day *bf ..
Herb Nelson, who has been In write a took about Florida! weeks early for football practice. Mr. and Mrs. ;Bill Hendricks in With at least 18 new voters, I Iandppiox1mately ]Pensacola' Bahi'a and White Clover Constables Districts 1. 2 OFFICIAL SEAL)
St. Vincent's Hospital for nearly They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville and Mrs. Carneta 60 on the rolls i for the 'main pasture grass on For Ccunty Surveyor Wiljtain T. Jackson, Mayor !
four weeks, is much improved, Mrs. M. L. Beasley and _daughter -['Ernest Widegren. Dees in Haines City; who. were previously registered.' ]his farm. H. L. is going to cross- hereunto In Testimony Whereof I han! Attest: VMerrilL
set my hand and affixed I
I Edwards
City Clerk
and it is hoped he will be able went to St. Petersburg : should have, a much I It fence his'la'nd so that he will be ,
visit Mrs. Beasley's brother MIsS Bonnie King left Tuesday Mr. ano*Mrs. Carl, Edwards and [Hampton the Great Seal of the State vl i 8,11, 5t.AP4BJLVANCE ;?
to home this week. tuinout for the election on able to rotate the grazing. In
come and Mrs. T. W. morning for her home in West girls of Gainesville were visitingMr. t larger : .5. .
Mr. and MrsFred Hartmanand and family, Mr TueSd y, Sept. 13, than in 1959, I proper pasture useand rotation
her and Hemp3tead, Long Island after and Mrs. Evan Hodges Sunday -. :
three children left Keystone Whaley, and also sister; spending: about a month in Keystone afternoon. when only 26 voted for city of- :grazing, thr e or more pastures SERVICE
Heights Saturday morning for amilY, Mr. and Mrs. I I II ficials.If ihouH be provided to permit rotation -
-with her uncle and aunt. Mr. Mr: and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and I
their home in Wilmington, D*-'. Deegan. However, their visit was and Mrs. Ernest Widegren and I Jaughters of Starke were visiting you are resident of the grazing. Graze each pas- PHONE '0 4.2600 \
. The lbl tmann's haxe been visit- cut short when they news fam Mrs. Mattie' Barry Sunday after- city. will; you add your -vote this ture for 'a short period during

ing Mrs. Hartman's mother, Mrs.j[that their mother. Mrs. Carl Mr.y.and Mrs. Bill V Few and three noon. )ear ? ? ? grazing cycle of .i to 6 weeks. DeWitt' C. Jones Funeral Home

Herbert Nelson. They also spent]i Whaley of Waldo, had peen taken i THREE CELEBRATED This permits periods of rest from DeWitt C. ;Jones
Hospital' sons are moving ths weekend to Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Hodges and Registered Funeral Director
several GaYS in Daytona Beach to the Bradford County BIRTHDAYS LAST WEEK V grazing allow new top growth
in the home recently occupied by Mr. family of Americus,, Ga, were Starke
.remains Fla.
in the company of Mr. and Mrs. in Starke where she and Mrs. Frank Harris and chil- weekend guests of his parents, Myrtle Ann HInson, daughter and maintenance of good root I

H. Rodney Sharp also of Wil serious condition.Mr. dren on East Lakeview Diive. Mr. and Mrs.: Evan H ldges. or Mr and Mrs. H. B. HInson system 'yet utilize' forage'while Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches ,

mington. Del. Mrs. Sharp is Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hethering- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd are We are sorry to' report that celebrated her fourteenth' 'birth- still palatable' and nutritious. It r ..." .. .. _
Hartmanii's. sister. From Daytona ton and children returned Sat- expecting a lot of ompany for I Clyde Kelley was bitten" by a (clay With a party' at their home [will pay to move the cows to another -

Beach the Sharps went on southto urday morning from their vaca-- Labor Day weekend. Their son. rattlesnake Friday afternoon.! 'At east of Hampton Friday evening, pasture- when the grass isgraie'4'

Miami. tion. They spent the first week' William Harger, and his wife and this writing 'he. is, improving. He Aug. 19.. Birthday: cake and cold d. .,nth! e inches. I "We eliminate the middleman's profit"
Blackwell of Philadelphia in Avon Park visiting their respective to the '
George were served guestzpresent. District
drinks The
son arrived in the U. S. from Ice- is a patient In Bradford County. rqto-cycle mower
Pa.. and Al Morrow* 'of I families and relatives; land last weekend and as soon Hospital. is "red1 hot.-everyone Is wantingto One Quart '
Norristown. Pa., were weekend the second week was spent at Curtis Forsyth son of Mr. and It -If have weeds and With Each '
as William Is discharged he and Card of Thanks use you I FREE Vt ih t I'" .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Daytona Beach. t his iamJy will be heading for We wish to extend our thanksfor Mrs. Otis Forsyth. had his seventh heavy growth, in your pastures it I or .Galloa One you buy.
McGlave. Mr. Blackwell is Mrs. Everett Fox and sons, and Roy Keystone for the weekend. An- the thoughtfulness expressed birthday Sunday) Aug. '21, and will pay to mow.Lbnnie r -if

McOlave's brother. He and Mr. Tyre and son spent last weekend other son, Arthur Dodd. will come|' during cur bereavement i ice cream and' cakeserved. Crawford, J.. B. White-
Morrow flew down from S van- camping at Silver Glen Springs.Mrs. Prices Start at $2 qt. f 5.98 GaL
at the family gathering Sunday
home from Biloxi Miss-- whilea -The Robert Welch family. he d'C. ft., Bradford and Basil ,
nah Ga., where they are en- Fox and daughter Jackie,
daughter, Alice Dodd. a afternoon Davis used the District mower to I
camped with the Air Force Re- and MrTyre and daughter < Wednesday Aug. 17. was Deborah -
nurse from St. Luke's Hospitalin yyyyyyyvyvvvv1vvyvvVYGRAHAM V improve the condition 'of their, MARY CARTER PAINT STQRE
serve. 4 Paulette, spent the weekend enjoying HM's ninth birthday ands
Jacksonville, will be home, and pastures.Otis .
John and George Allen of Hill- Daytona Beach. still another .son, Mr. and Mrs. : : ce'etiated with a. neighborhood Leach 'used the District's I 501 N.W.,8th, Are. Gainesville, Fla. 'FR 6.758
crest recently returned from Recent weekend guests of Mr.
party on Saturday at the :
Howard Harger from Jacksonville, seeder cuUipacker to
plant Pensa-
spending a week in Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert Hendry and f am- _
and '
witha ihll home with cake punch, -
will be in town but will stay cola< Eahia trass seed fttSs; savs: :
Mrs. John daughter his sister, Mrs. ice cretm. he l1k s'the pacer: because it I V :

RADIO DISPATCHED I Shirley Glover. NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH rolls"rthe .'seed'Into"the ground' so That Our Business

Friends of Alice Dodd, daughter cALs' JOE, BOO' AS t' PASTOR'. the bra! :Wii't get them. It also Mt
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd. Ricnard Cain left Sunday for Retr. Joe Roo'p 'of Hampton was m ke,3.1 firm seed bed 1 in ,,vwtS,1 If It's Glass We Hart Iii I

SERVIC will be interested to know that }'ort Jackson. ,5. .C. where he,will' called 'a?- astor by the'New River the grow.' 'can get a food which foot- 1W .CAL'L WRITE- or VISIT
with t
.Isix'J the
she will graduatte from nursing ,train for months Baptist Church near' Brooker'lastSunday hold.V V -

I school at. St Luke's Hospital on j National Guar t V Aug' '21. He has been bolph Reddish Joe Peters Glass Co.
Sept. 2. John Lefevers, a Jacksonvfllehair serving' 'us guest pastor f several weed used the District' -
I 'rtyllst. was Sunday dinner weeks. Mr. and, Mrs. Roop and chopperto chop down \ '
Dr. .ma Mrs. A. C. Holt are expected the ;
bri liflR
}His 'br lier and : his place. I ANY GlASS
home the first of September. -.guest of ; Tom,1. ?,. children plan to move to Brooker. j
, Dr. Holt is pastor of the.t: mil'y. : : VI .fcext. ... week.Personals XOTICR OP FL'ErrIot : WeTDttirft Msdern Store,t Front(
I Vincent .Mk nney, Mr. and, Mrs. Just MaiL Us A Pattern for
Community Church.: V They have V Be it Icnown that) % H. Vtate..pt A-: ORA y,
'been vacationing in Montreal. N.'l p. MfcKAJiney, ,Q.Ud..$fr. andMrs. MHgharles Fke.v.tt placed ,second 't"l'rl'tM.j;,,r. Upstate. V V Table' Tops
SALES I C. where ( Johnny Willis all ,pi Jacksonville 'n the annual Gainesville Cosmetology -: lftiid.i To hereby givp: > notif tba; IO..ral V '
have a
: : they a summer Election 'Will h* hM ia''. '31:4: N.W. 4ft"PL ffclfiesville.' Fla.: Phone
:home. I ; were Friday night guestscf Association contest for Eradfoirg 't' \lhtJ', State of Florida, V _: V,_ V
Mr. and !.olr John.. ,..McKlnriey.Mr. ...., ., .II JVau--styling: ; l students on Sunday ;i h Tueadajr; : next 'suere: (;ding the: : V ____ tor.

M *'* SERVICE'V i COMMUNITY. CHURCH : and Mrs. Carl Brighton Aug. .,: Charles wilt enter 'his .. 'f>4.' ... V V t

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and children and Mrs. Irma Cain creation at the state conventionin

'V -oc- and daughter' spent Sunday at Miami on Sept., 12.,,- .

R \1iCTOR JtEG1 j Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister Bu; nell and Flakier 'Beah.Twent3five Mr., and Mrs. fi. W. .Roark and ''? V i I I
Mrs. J. L Iletherington 1 ..
young people of |family and Joyce Conklin were inSt. i .
:\ STEREO& RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON Organist and Choir Director. the Graham Baptist Church enjoyed Auustine last Sunday. b. iVVr1V I IV
Sunday School, 9:00 Morning 2- -: :
SALES & EEPAIBS 4-69O1 ALL a hay ride and wiener roastet Sundsj guests at the home of :
Worship IOOO-a. in. V -' .V -.'
: : : ; the home, of their Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester' were Mr. .VV >' : : V'. V
7 } VYVYVVVVVVeVyVyyyyy'yBROOKER Chool teacher, Mrs. Albert I pnd "Mrs. Albert Birt and family '_VV ,:' ,',

SHEPHERD Sparks.. "V of St.. Petersburg// Mr. and Mrs.' V : : _,f' it. ;' 'lit._ : ,

f Mt. and Mrs. Jennings Starlingand Louis Box of Gainesville,,and Mr.

JNMANjJRU.9: -- .412 E.: CALL t STARKE. daughter& will return to and Mrs. 'Gene: Birt. and children.

,"S. II. By Shirley Miami Friday Their son, Eddy, and George But.
VV : will remain! here irtth hlsgi.and- Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs.
.... parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Haley Richard 'May and daughter 'of F

V.I! I Lodius, Sutton of, Newberry was I Starling, 'and attend Bradford Homestead and Mrs. J. H.' Mc-

V V V V V V V I visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley and High 'School this fall. Alhany left Sunday for Reeves- : FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL I ISpecial
Mrs. Mattie 'Sowells Sunday aft Mr and Mrs- Earl Starling and S. C. to take Mrs. McAlhany
ernoon. son of Jacksonville were guests home after several weeks' visit
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:V and family Allen Lewis and Mis.. lastweekr' and Mrs. Edward Saxon

Eva Crow i of Largo returned last Mrs..Maude Surrency is on the and children of Tampa'visited.
I Monday after a ten-day vacation sick ..list this week. i relatives! :here last weekend. Offer For Students

I to Peoria. IlL, where '.they visited V I Mr. and Mrs. W: P. McElroy

I Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin and | Cash paid for ood,.dean, cot. and children left Tuesday for

family. On the' way up they attended I ton rags. No Khaki) .> wool. several days' trip through central

the Grand Ole Opry in I JBririr to Bradford County Tele- and ,southern. Florida. and to visit. :
Nashville, Term. j traph. _, relatives. : V FamousESTERpOOK V I IV

Pvt. Pete Hodge stationed at Ft. '

Ja.ckwn,'S. C. was home over'the 4: __

weekend with his parents, Mr. I VV ,

PENNSYLVANIAARM'P'T and Mrs. Dennis Hodge, and wife, V >> 9
Kirs. Fally- I. .
Hodge, who Is' still a II. .....r-------I--
yatieut in King's Memorial Hos- I 'c V 4 V V -.T1 :

( pital in Lake Butler : V V; Fqptain Pens V VV
ii s Mr. ahd Mrs. T. W. Markey V .

and pfrVfl Mrs. Allen Bishop.of V VV
\\.I 4&S Mobile Ala. spent Thursday at COUNTY V .Wi''jth' Anv Point Plus Tax .

Silver S -
rings. : spa
0 Come in today and see for yonrsctf V J V tt .
Mr. and Mrs. Sollie Carter of "
this great and complete Pennsylvania I Ft White and Mr and Mrs. Lynwood V ,
Farm Tire line... line that' V V V1llI Messer of ,Jacksonville% w revisiting I k V V Of Your : ; ; : '

guaranteed against road and _fidd Mrs. Mamie Hodges Sat. : ; __ .

hazards lot a full 24 m oths. Vah urday afternoon.Mr. f V

Pennsylvania Deep-Cleat Tractor Vi and Mrs. Alan Land and fI 'V V. (Esterbroqk Pens Regularly Sell for $2.95)

i Tires you'll get positive tractioa..j, _V daughter of Jacksonville and Mrs.I I If V r' ,
: greater pulling Cspecutr/ Wilbai Barn"' and daughter of 1 : l V &A ,
power. t
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were Sunday Available
: Bookkeeping .General Writing
compounded to resist snags and cots V_ ,. ,
)fr. and Mrs. ,
V Lloyd Barry. f ''f ; >
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Pennsylvania D<
wider, heavier tread ban tot a I Clef Carolyn" Wood and of Sapdra Jacksonville Wyche, and and -: II \ V V' V Student, Signature! 5'ub, and pthers.

deeper bhe ... longer life. There' a !_ : tl
Mrs. Robert Bigham and family _. '"
Pennsylvania Tire for every (arm !i:'" V V
I of Gainesville were Sunday guests : ',. ..
need o..dropin as soon as yon can of'the W. E. Bingham Jr. family. '
The third smallest coui ity in Floriija got{fa Jlanis : .. :. 'NPJEUODKS .. 'C'
Alan Earnette of Miami Springs from the Seminole' Indians, whose fierce 'attack 1 1I ?
V YOUR V visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V against the white settled caused the establishmentof .

PENNSYLVANIADISTRIBUTOR Edwards and family and Mr. and I Fort Mellon IQ )831.. *H Sariford the" County. '. V V V V Red and White -V V
/ / Mrs. Earl Green-and family this Seat, a monument now stands to commemorate this
V week. federal"garrison. Before! the Big V'Freeze".lzs %&, '" V V ,>o :.with "BRADFORD HI"V

Visiting Mr- and Mrs. 57. citrus"as its principal Source of income Today '
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FOnSTARKE L.LV Mark y recently were Mr. and farming operations bring la a yearly incoine'of over Printed on CriVerReg : Plus Tax
$$13,000OOO.Oa-with'Sanf6rd NaVal Air Statioa.and
Mrs. Freeman and Mr. and Mrs.
diversified industry as economical aids Koh5 Or
V w Allen Bishop of MobDe.: 'Ala.,. M.. lando is its newest incorporated -'
And .
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and Mrs. Ernest Harvey of New In progressive Seminole Colinty, and Arougrjout
Surrounding Area Mexic and Mrs. Vida Harveyof :Florida the United States Brewers )Foundation tOe Cmsey liJtW rmr! 3(9fiMsjtki ( V

Jacksonville.Roy works ccnstiatly to Tfaiptaip the sale tf't*** and

Rice of Ocean Park. Wash. ale under pleasant orderly conditions.: Believing .
that strict law earacemeat serves the test'interest

Use Our Easy Pay Plan Mrs.is here Dennis on a visit Hodge with and Mr. and his of dose.the cooperation people of,with Florida Armed the Foundation'stresses Frace law en- Reg 25c BiDbrZOf?<: yB

daughter Mrs. Sally Hedge.V "VI
f icxnad goVen .z',officials.
Mrs. Iva Douglas is spending

STARKE RECAP CO. several weeks with Mr. and Mrs- 'lJl l .lfrv:.;
Pete Douglas in Charleston S. c.j I :: ,. t $
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135 N. Temple Ave. Starke, ..Fla.iL XfaS \Visiting Mr *nd 1SK. .!f; ."""- I .
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Saturday Sunday. I J&.tbon. S.C. denny and i rrtie Mac Raulerson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehl and Mr. arid Mrs. Paul tonkins Jr. "
are the proud parents of a son find son of St.-- Augostini'spent rrYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT !YYTTTTTTTT.TT T VTTTtfTWS I :HSERVICE !! 22, Maccleany ,
John C. Stephens Jr., son of
Kevin Duane, born at St. Vincent the weekend withMr: and :Mrs. OF INTERST TO COLORED' ,' M>. and Mrs. J. C. Stephens of I Ardell oiarj, 43, Starke and j!
i Hospital, August 15. Paul Dinkins and Mr, and Mrs. Ocala.
By Ema Blanchard CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : Camp Branding, is presently as- Mary Lizzie Dorminey 21, ;
Mr. an dilrs. Lyle Schmehl and Carl Carter. f MEN i; signed to Co. A, 3rd Bn., 1st I Charles Alton Crosby. 23, Starke :;
VIV.V fVfynvvyryy7yyyy. family of Beaufort. S. C. were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and ij iI I I I
+ i Fj Ozork. SheD Training Regt. of the U. S. Army I and Joyce Eileen Dawkins 17, j i
J i visiting her sister, Mrs. James children of St. Augustine were : ,. j! Training Center'Infantry, i
Lawtey Junior High School will ; I,| at Fort Starke. i
for Waters and family. I Sunday visitors of Mrs. John Shu- & .A AA ..A AA& i 6&4 A&AAA A. .AA. __ A& &.& Jackson, S. C. where he will I I
open the children on Monday, Stair h undergo
I Buford H. Higginbotham of ford ami Dave. [ ; SgtRay Griffis, son :lJ'n.Fnnels. Sawyer ,28. I
Aug. 29. The instruction I II I Opens Auc- 29 at School eight weeks basic
person-,Maxville, :Mrs Lyle Schmehl Mr. and lrs.01a'rnce 1 'Rosier bf i Nursery night .renters that will of Eugene Griffis Route l, I army 'Miami and Shirley Ann Crawford, j I
nel have been in session for two i Kiddie Kollege Kindergarteni open for pupils Monday An- !
I! are. Staikt:, recently completed the 14- 25, La rtey.Floyd i
James Waters and Mrs. D. A. Palatka visited Clarence's father, I :
weeks. j i open Aus. 29 in New Bethel derson Junior High. Lawtey i wetk ,
; automotive
1 Equipment re- George Teager. 30 Jacn- II
Jones observed their birthdays II i ij Britt Rosier, andTirothers: 'Cedric.
Rev Walter Mathis of Jacksonville I j with barbecue dinner at the and tkilti' s." j i,Baptisy Church youth" building Thuratott Elementary South 1 pair course at the Ordnance Marriage i Licenses tonvine and Janet Morrison'car- ,
a Ray
who has been conducting I \. cor: ail children Of pre-school age:j Starke, Hampton Training School, 'School Aberdeen Proving Ground, ter, 31, Jacksonville. I
I home of Mrs. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Massey
last'SundaY.1 (
j For further information contact,
revival services at Evergreen Hampton; and RJE Starke. The Md. During the Marriage licenses issued
''About children +' ; 'course he was since I Rlchaid Stephen SapjJ, 21, !
Church called on Mr. and'Mrs. :, 30 relatives enjoyed this i and of Quincy ate II Mrs. .Pauline. MaarshallRt.1. .Box I principal! are _C. C. Anderson!,, i trained to Inspect repair adjust. I August 1 by the County Judges Munhall Pa, and Mary Arelehe i i
1 Truby Wainwright Tuesday. It occasion. spending some time with their I 218, Starke, or phone WO '4-7394. Mrs. 'S. C. Price. Mrs. M. Taylor.j and replace automotive equipment Office. Cook. 21, Starke.
seems that the Wainwright homeis i I''visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilkinson respective parents, Mr. and Mrs.I'I -- [Adv. 1 and Eddie Thompkihs.. Send :; parts. John Fuquay. 38 Slarke- and Roger Kenneth Rivers, 30. Key
Mrs.:! Wilkinson's father A. E. and Mr. '
on the site where the Mathis Massey; and Mrs. !; Vacationing! In NorthMoih6r yoUr children_ prepared: eat hot ;I Veda Patricia Wilson 44, Starke. stone Heights and Patricia Ann
lived in the j S. H. Thompson, in Lake Butler!:. Rily Dixon while Edward Lee isj| Sophia. Royal and i!lunch every day at Anderson and Owen John I
early years I '' Clyde: Timmons of Brooker, Griffis. 25, Mac- Fdrsythe, 17, Lake Geneva;
oh Walter's life. Sunday. j relieving X. Mi. Smith, SAL agent. ; daughter. Corine McNeil left last I RJE.. Milk i will be provided ati!]fireman apprentice USN is serv- -. _. .. ... ', ......... ..;.o
:" ifcv and Mrs. Dan Starling and I Mrs. Joyce Futch and Ralph at Starke. !Friday right; for ah_extended visit the sniali schools. I ling aboard the 'attack aircraft .. '- .
Mr. were Saturday overnight visitors i i ij Friends of Fonzo Prevatt, who![ with friends and relatives in Carnation Club -
and Mrs. Edwin I : carrier "USS
., Starling Saratoga operating / Fr/-
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spent the weekend at their camp j lof Miss Mary Julia Futch and j is a patient }In the V. A. Hospital j i I Philadelphia, Pa. They will visit. I The Carnation 'S. S, 'Club met I,rut'bf MayporE. Special -- Sat -- Aug. 26, 21-
on the scrub. I Mrs. Futch's sister and brother-i at Lake City will be glad to learn I l other.relatives in New Jersey !and' Monday night -at the ,honie'of I .
r)'Ir. and Mrs. C.V.. Thomas i in-iaw Mr, and, Mrs. John: Wyrfck.! that he was able to spend the!i Virginia before returning to Mrs. Alma Jenkins in Pleasant I Elisha :&. Col mar aviation SEAT COVERSTailor
jisited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon in I Mrs. Aline Markham and child-i weekend with his family. !jj Starke.: Both are faithful 'mem-I City with President Brooks. in :fciectronics technichian .3rd class
( ren of Gainesville spent Monday j Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp spent ers r' New Bethel Baptist j i charge Plans were completed for USN,, U serving with 'the Air-! Made .
and Tuesday'with her pare its, with Mr. and Richard in 1 .- $26.35
: Tuesday Mrs.' Church{ While Philadelphia; the annual Cinderella Ball to beheld I born Early Warning Squadron
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling j jMrs. Bennett Jr., and Mr. and Mrs iI i they will attend the National Be p- Sept. 2 at the Reno Theatre. .( 'at Jacksonville. He Is the.son Pure Fiber . $19.$3
Wll.LI.A\ SW I Hattie Darley and boss;I Bobbie Bennett and families in j]list'Convention. Rev.-A.. B. Veri- The :glass slipper will be 'given away -;ot Mr. and Mrs: N. C.. Colemah of All Slakes & Models
\ ,'Stale Prescott are "In Daytona j Daytona Beach. sin, "pastor, 'will also attend this to' a lucky young .lady. 'Who :Starke. CUSTOM:\ MADE DRAPES-SLIP COVERS
Beach this week visiting their rel.I -j Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders were meeting. will be Prince Charming? Who i 1
'RY I IJ !Sieves. } Irs. Alice" Austin and} ', visiting their daughter, Mrs. Johnny -j Teacher Planning Session Till win the beautiful slipper? Henry A. Williams! hospital '
1 Ors George' Lastinger and I Jenkins and family Sunday.I Teachers: of 'Bradford 'and Un- The record hop will be'conducted:corpsman 2nd class- USN. left I I D -& J UPHOLSTERY SHOP
families.Mr. Their ion County colored schools helda by Geiie Holmes.
J i I granddaughter returned to I Tickets will be i San Diego, Calif. recently with an i
W4TFI!> : J? AD r I.Q tAS and Mrs. Carl Edwards and J: her home with them. joint planning session all day]lon sale by club members for the overseas drift' aboard the naval 418 E. Call St. Phbne WO 4-6221
fg1J ,I family' of Gainesville! were weejcI -i Daniel Phillips, son of Mrs. O.i Tuesday. Mrs. Ruth MJenkins j'next ten days. All members are transport snip BEAR. The draft i
'- I end 'guests' of Mrs. Leona. Ed-, i J, Phillips and Charles Smith, son 'was director of the activities, tasked .tp support this annual 'at- ''will replace personnel serving I -- --,------- .
J : M Woj rah r 1tt wards.qtr. j of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, have, while' 'Princip;:Js Anderson and I fair. The next. _meeting will, be'I!with the 3rd Marine Division in I Ii
A. aSEPTIC WJnralrls j !' and Mrs. L. 1... Walnwrlght l j recently enlisted in the Navy.,Thompkins. and Supervisor' Shellserved I held, at the regular time with Mrs. j the Far "Easty: s is the
J rw. J ka.ffr ana' children
I Mrs. Leona 'Edwards' and| Great Lakes, HI.j I luncheon was servedcourtesy!kips, reporter, Williams of Hampton. i '
!, kola. Mr.:'arid I i lof the Lake Butler teachers i nIT ,Social Club 6.:
Irs""fruby WainwriglitBUring'toe j )Ir. and Mrs. Clyde Starling and '
.. :Saturday 10:00
Morning A.M.
"'- -- ---=== Wee ehd. "- I their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hill i the beautiful new cafetorium. .I|. The(! regular meeting of Fiesta Pfc. James .L, Sauls, son of Mr
.I I Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and 1 and children of Avon Park were I David Nathaniel Jenkins ispreslClub! will be, held Friday night ,and Mrs. Jasper Sauls of Starke, '
children of Wildwood spent Saturday i visiting Mr. and'Mrs. H. C. Har--j dent of the Union County Teachers i Aug. 26, at Waterba'k School with I t= serving as a tank driver in 'the SILVER RIVER
# and Sunday with the W. F.1 icy and family 'during the week.I Assn.. while Joseph Greene ;!president (Ethel Young as host- I iS7th:: Armor, stationed in 6chweinfurt | ,
4 j I Moores. Andy is spending the |I !Mrs. Harley has returned from a heads the Bradford group. ess. All members are asked to be Germany. Sauls entered t tI '
week with' his grandparents here. i few days at Bradford County Hos- Citizens Committee present 'by 8 p.m. A fine will be the Army in January, 1959 and I I r rj AT THE

Mr. and Mrs H. C. Crews and [ pital and is much better. The Citizens Committee for'the !imposed 'on persons arriving aft- j I completed basic training at Fort I,L LI
f BettermEnt of Youth met recently 8:30. The ,I .. .
TANKSJPUMPED children of Clearwater and MissesLinda On, Sunday Mrs. 6. J. Phillips er : social hour will f FLORIDA -
t" I and Vera Crews were weekend i I snd Mr. and Mrs. Billie Gaskins with Chairman Eddie Thomp start at g, So please be on time I! 'HEATEfl
visitors of Mr.. and Mrs: Com visited Leslie Phillips who is a I kips in charge. Only one groupof or' the business sessidn.-P. Cum ::et of dishes.-Annette PhilliPS,1
offenders had been reportedto
modore Crews. Vera remained herewith patient in St. Vincent's Hospital wings reporter. reporter.
I the members by city policemen. Church News
her Jacksonville. found him New Bethel Baptist
parents. in They !I Sponsored by the Following Merchants
I OUTI 'The family has been investigatedand Pleasant Grove t :
Mrs Mamie Futch is at home !improving. Baptist Church hold regular: pastoral, services on I (
I again after spending the summer!i Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Howe called j I warned. Please help this i near Keystone Heights will pre- :Sunday;; starting. with. .Sunday GEM JEWELRY 'WILLIAMS JEWELRY\
I 411 Work guaranteed I committee to help you and your sent the Singing Keys,this I I I
j 1 i Master! School
at 9:30
with her daughter Mrs. D. J. Put- j on Leslie at the hospital on Mon-l I : a.m. Morning t :
CALL j r.ey in Jacksonville, and her ,!' day. thildr('n. lounday at 7 pja. IThegeneral 'Worship, 11 am... music by Choir' CRAWFORD BROTHER STARKE HARDWARE.
I brother, Murris.. Harvey in Mac- Mrs. William Share of Colum-I Back To School (public, of Clay and BradfordI No.1. BTtJ at regular hour,I' Gulf Service. StationTERWILLEGAR 'C0
clenny. 'bus, Ohio and her aunt, Mrs. 'I School bells will ring Mondayfor | Counties'are invited to hear these arid'entrig'service tat 7 "pirn: .-
WOK SMITHPhone ']'Irs. Charles Rathel, and Child-j Dorsey Bumgarner of Circleville, approximately 900 Negro 'pupils excellent gospel singers. Pauline Marshall, reporter. I II MOTORS, D & j UPHOLSTERYSTARKE' ,
I ren of Hebron, Md., and Mr. and Ohio arrived Monday for a week's in'Bradford County. 'Parel1ts: Mt. Calvary; Baptist Churchill< ,]I Allen Chapel AME Church will i; SnOIONS KOCH "
t WO 9-1572, I Mrs.. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa'visit- I \'lslt1th Mrs. Share's parents, are a'>ked to send the children to present the G SpeL Echoes and, hold regular Sunday, services with< DRUG STOnE nUIL ERS
ror'Q loick Service I ed Mr. and Mrs.. W. F. Moore and j i Mr. and'Mrs. Orville'Bumgarner. catch busses 'on the same schedule I Singing Trumpets this Sunday atjit .I Mcrrimg Worship at 11 a.m-. and!I SUPPLY
I/ family Thursday. 'I Miss Gertie Faye Cruce.daughter as last year. Supt. Morganhas p.m. In the RJE auditorium. evening service at 6 p'm.: Junior!' '
522: pratt S{.-!Starke Fla.' Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses and I of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cruce, promised' new bus to servicethe !|Tickets are on sale'by membersi Church, and Youth Choir meeting+t DENMARK FURNITURE, LOCAL. FINANCE)
son of Ohio were visiting Mrs. V. j has enlisted in 'the Navy and is I RJE school pupils and this i and friends. The holder of the, each Monday at 5 p.m.-E. J. r COMPANY COMPANY
R. Reddish and other friends 1 stationed at Baltimore, Md. i will also be used for athletic trips 'lucky ticket will receive a free ,Givens reporter. I II I .. .
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jCHURCH NEWS Blp Sunday Hour BAPTIST School.11'L m.CHTJBCH 10 Evening a., ou fiery.ue. Wor Bible.A. school.E. 'HMMT.Lawtey 10 a.'Paster ra- I II ElL B RON N SSE CYPRESS IIII, ALVAREZ' STORE Established M 'Clothing 1894! 1\\I

Preaching 11 a, rn. ICARDENS
.- 1 ;t. m. Prayer Meeting eaa tiy UM. Harvey McCarthy
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Evening Service, ,:30 p. m. I -...-
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. J : .'HAifPTONCHRISTIAN aig, 7:30' p m., Wednesday. l3l.W.13I..4:15.. .
Howdy v olks, well school days
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Methodist Church At The TabernacleTabernacle "" "
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'Car!, Clarke, Minister - !
beginning of another term. Morning Worship At 11:00 A.".
Sunday Bible
Sunday-Church School, 9:45: friends of Rev. and SUNDAY SERVICES School 10 a. I
ojn. Morning Worship. 11 m:;; Morning Worship; 11 a. m.; : Our pastor. Rev. McGee delivered ,
a.m. Mrs. Bobby Cdews will be in- 10GO a.m. Bible School winter comfort Evening Service At 7:30 P.M.
Snack :Supper for MYF. 6:30: p.m. terested to learn that they are ii:00.rml: Worship & Com- Evening service 7 p. m.. and Prayer inspiring messages at both
Youth Meetings. 1 p-nx Evening planning to re-enter Lexington ; meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. services Sunday for Heilbronn S
munion m. John WJ rte, pastor. 1f.t r fJfI-/i1e I / Guest .
Worship 8
pm.Wednesday I Ky] Bible.College this fall. 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship or. .Church. We are very thankful for !
Prayer Meetingand Scheduled services this week WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.lLPrayer .
our four new members and all "
Bible Study. 8 p.m. :include Sunday our
a special speaker
Service and Bible CHAPLAIN CHARLES
Thursday-Prayer group meetsin morning. Study FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH visitors. Plans are being made for PHIPPS

Fellowship Hall 9 ajn. Chancel The faithful fell announcing the big day Sept. 4, at which
Choirrehearsal. 7:30: p.m. services has been temporarily PENTECOSTAL S Cor. Cat & Christian Streets time a basket dinner will be

A new Sunday School class for silent due to a "slight dislovation" CHURCH Bob L. Badrett Minister served with singing throughout
high school graduates service, and of Sunday the afternoon by visiting singersof .=-: ----= --
its tongue but will be in opera- :Sunday: School 11 a. m.; Morn School 9:45: a. m. Wor I
business personnel has been or- tion again soon.Presbyterian. the good old gospel,songs you
ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic1 ship and Communion.,10:45: a- m.
ganized. A cordial invitation love to sing and hear. More ..
is services. 7:30 p. m. Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice ( details -
'extended to all young people who Church: "Come let us reason together. 6 p jn. CYP 7 p. m. next week).
are of this group to join the Wednesday 730; p. m. New Visiting recently with Mr. anMrs d
class wUch meets each Sunday D. L. Kite were '-r. and Mrs.
Sunday-Church School 9:45: ajn. CHURCH OF CHRIST Training' for.. ,Service.
moromf at 9:45.BETHEL Melvin Kite and mother L
Morning Worship, 11 ajn. UnionEvening of Jacksonville
Service at Methodist Sunday: Bible classes, 10 ajn.; EVERGREENBAPTIST and Mrs. Ellen Kite of

MISSIONARY Church,' 8 p.m.WednesdayFamily. Assembly Worship with the Lord's CHURCH Daytona Beach. PREPARE NOW% ; SERVICE

BAPTIST CHURCH Night supper Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assembly Misses Carolyn and Linda Wainwright _

6:30 p.m. Motion picture, Worship, 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching j and their brother Herbert, :: t AT ITS BEST
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn-; "Where Wer You 7"ThursdayMusic Tuesday. Ladies Bible class. 7 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 I II are visiting relatives in Jacksonville FOR
ing Worship. 11 a. m. Training pjn. I p. m. Preaching 7:3e p. m. Prayer | this week.
Class, 7:30
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service : Wednesday Bible classes 7:30;: tfertfnr We*!.resdav 7:30: pm. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kelly and ,* :
8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each p.m. Choir practice 8 pjn. p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher.: Wednesday Bib1.- studv 730p ;; daughters of Bartow were week COLD WEATHER s iOTeMcaimi

Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone wet Friday-Meeting of the Board .m. Jos., E. Norman, pastor. I end guests of Mr. Kelly's mother, V.GOLDWIRE
come.-Rev. R. L. Lee pastor. of Deacons, 7:30 p.m., ,HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH j! Mrs. Annie Kelly and Mr. Kelly's .
I enjoyed AHEAD!
Sunday Sunday School 10 _
Visiting also with Mr.
a. m.. Morning mesage 11, a. m. I I Sunday'School, 10 a. m. Morn; Kelly's
j sister.: bars Emilene
Moyer and _
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening;[ing Worship 11 a. m. Training I I
8 m. !(Union. 6:30: I son, Bruce, of Washington, D. C. I I
message p. p. m. Evening W m- who SLADE GAS SERVICENTERJ
PLEASEDO' are visiting awhile with her
' -ship,
Monday Bible Joy Club < 7:30'p.: m. |
(mother, Mrs. Annie Kelly.
t,5p.m.; Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, '
I of Mr. and :Mrs.
Saturday guests
Wednesday Prayer Meeting p._ m.Pastor
7:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : Rev: Barney Sweat. R. L. Morgan and daughters were ,
m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- Everyone Welcome. Mr. Morgan's brother and wife,
NOT SIGN If r. and Mrs. Mallory Morgan and A COMPLETE LINEOF -' ...io- "___ ""',_

LATTER DAY SAINTS' Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs, I

We, the Deacons Board ((100%) of the Madison 900 Block W. Madison St. Ernie Johns were their children,, I '" "
Street Baptist Church Services each Bandar in oM Bunlay School 9:45: Jim Law-. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and DEARBORNHEATERS i I
respectfully request the
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday son, Superintendent family who are spending their i
citizens of Bradford 1i
County *School '10 a. m. Sacrament Morning Worship. 11:00. vacation on Lake Santa Fe this I \

NOT TO SIGN Service *::30 p. m. Everyone wel Training Union 6:45: Jim week, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns
come. den Director. nar-I and family and Mrs. Lois Hensonall twGOODjiE4R

any petition (or mailing) calling for a local] option Evening Worship 8:00.: of Jacksonville. i

election to legalize liquor. AIR PARK ,BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday, Prayer Visiting Sunday with Mr. and
Sunday'School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng Mrs. R. M. Markham were M_. NEW
PETE JAUDON BOB EDWARDS Worship 11 a. rn. Training J. H. Mafcry Jr., Pastor.' and Mrs. John Brock of Port St

ROGER DANSBY LEVY CANOVA Union 6:45: p. m. 'Evening Worship i? SALE I

EWELL LAWSON JIM LAWSON 8:00: p. :n. Midweek Prayer St. Mark's Episcopal Joe.Glad to report that,Mrs. Mark- LOW PRICEON

FRANK HEMINGWAY ED LAWSON Service Wednesday 7:30' p. m. Bov. Raymond c.'Mjypmn ham's brother J. D. Scott of

JERRY GAY NORMAN WILLIS Everyone welcome.St. Sunday Services-9:45 Winter Garden, is home from the ViKk1 3-T Af1-Weather
P. T. NOLIN ARCH THOMAS, SR. ajn, hospital and feeling better. I
Edward's Cataolto Chureb Church School' ; 11:00 ajiL, Morn Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs LEASED TANKS '
tag Prayer..and ,
Starke Florida ;.Sermon. R. L. Morgan and family was QOnly
"Eitry way of a man is right in his
own eyes: but the Lord Holy Communion
pondereth the hearts." (Proverbs 21:2) .Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. 'day 11:00: a.m.... .; Third-Fim Sunday Sun Jacksonville.their niece, Miss. Faye Morgan of And 'The Finest Gas I I" :. $ i

"A 'good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & !30 a.m. Harvey our sons, Richard and Available I 14'5 t.

loving favour rather than silver and goldPro't'rbs( 22:1)) 5:30p.: m.Weekday. Wednesday-7:00, p.m, ,ChoirPractice Wayne, and I and our guest Bill !
; 7:45: p.m., Litany and w I II
Mass at 8:00: a. m. Bible Study., Graudon, were week-end. guests of ,
FACTS: It costs Fla. $3.82 for every $1.00: received in liquor Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 \ Harvey's mother,.Mrs. Leona :M c- See. I -NIt 1W
taxes to enforce "1ega1iz1n laws. P. ms HIGHLAND: Carthy. and 'his brothersinlawand Size7.IOz l5litlDW11 $1795.prc.19 .
J \ Baptisms? marriages and instructions 'BAPTIST CHURCH sisters, Mr.. and Mrs., John :: : 7modeIl.
Easy wopen-8helT accessibility SLADE
makes for greater alcoholconsumption 'by Stillwell and children, and Mr. and, ,
the more !'I(':al" outlets the more pronouncedthe r appointment Sunday School 1:45 a. ,m. Mrs. L. D. Jones Jr; and cbildren'In Size 7.60 x 15 valufl $1995priced -

danger. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Fernandina'Beach. : .Today at
There are 6 times Suaflay. School 9:45 ftjn. :Morn- 7:30 p. m. PrayerMeeting each :Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby \ 'ub 'trPb Piw tax end nc..Ye tlbl
as Alcoholics prncer .
11 many as .ng Worship 11 a.m. Evening Wednesday, 7:30 p:, m." Rev. and their friends,' Mr. 'and Mrs: FOR THE .
times as many Alcoholics as there are active cases of Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting George CMsm pastor everybody Edd Walker of Jacksonville, an f{ PRICES SLASHED ON 3-T NYLON WHIYIi! I

Tuberculosis,. ,1 each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. enjoying a two weeks vacation, CLEANEST. The, extra beauty of Goodyear

135 times as many Alcoholics as were hit by Polio last year welcome.-Kev. H. H. Mott, sight-seeing and touring the BEST'HEAT YO I Whitewalls! The extra safety of $16 5 ,
pastor. western states. 'Goodyear's exclusive 3-T Nylon -- .

I Sunday School 10 a. .m. Morning Miss Louise Cowart daughter; CAN BUY! 'Cord. 6.11111.1M .. .r....... ,

W rsklD. 11 a. m. Sundav cf Mr.' and Mrs. Floyd Cowart, Your cW fires nay male the down poym.a} ........ .W \
Evening Service, 7:45 p. m., YPB returned Saturday afternoon after:
Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m spending several weeks with her; SLADE GAS CO.()i. ,
Prayer Meeting Frida, 7:45: p. m Uncle'and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C.

r \ B. Pepper of Miami.CLAY Service Station
r- HIWAY CHAPEL Phone WO 4.3551 ,

) ASSEMBLY OF GOD 9..Y"Y"Y"."" T Y'YYT' Next Door to Winn-Dixie
akw I fSHOP w..., \ D. P. Burgess Pastor SEEBER' D. GOODMANU. I
S. 301 at South City Limit '
'. 3PEXO u..... \ Sunday School 9:45: a. m. HILL i l : a -:-: !
. UT SETTIRI I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Even-

f, AYE Till... 1t geiistic Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday ,By Mrs.,J. L. Strickland I I I

;:,. .AviIiONUI l weekly prayer service 7:45: ....4..4..4AA..
.. "
We regret to report that Pete 1 Ifftt'

...;.,Yatl. --,,,' Y""Y """"YY" "Y Y'TY""Y Royston is very ill. : # !

; ::-E-::E1 1 :' 'J, .rtlt Susie Padgett and daughter .

1 ..., PINE LEVEL j Lizzie have both been on the sick I
0 :; list for a few days, but are much WHAT r '
,...'<;:, t-r' .. Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson has been SI TO KEEP REQUiRFO THE I.W CI( AW
p.- w..; it'.7> |sufferi1gith a severe boil on her ? BODY W t
< ;" forehead near the left It ar
J."G Sunciay School and church were eye. was fiOOD HEALTH? I
,X well attended last so. bad the eye was closed and it I
: >\'" Sunday. Dr.
rc. ',?i-m" >4\".".-. ':.... .r'. W. E. Hall brought the 'morning, was necessary. to have the place eTaONeNAM VWHATTA BOY! tOTSOi VITAMINS. +
: message andvR6man M. Alvarezthe lanced. g MUSCLES! t
'i .;, Visitors of the Stricklands last
c3awsat.; 1Ir! .. evening message.
'- Rev. and "Mrs. Alvarez are week_ included Mrs. Calli De Valles !

V m. ; leaving for Fort Worth:; Texas .and daughters of Kingsley Lake, i
; where Rev. Alvarez will attend Mrs. Mattie Carter of Jacksonville iI I

: o..iJXr.1dcG. ot ...CAfJlo.. the Bible Gospel Seminary until Airs: Sue Carter of Middle-
his graduation next May with a I!! burg and Mrs. Minnilee Gurr and p r 1I

bachelor of divinity degree.. They sons of Jacksonville. I
nave been working in the church I Mrs. Vina :Martin of Lawtey i

for the summer months. '.spent Saturday with her parents, I i
SUPERMARKET Mr. and Mrs. F. A- Broadwell the'Yougan Padgetts at Clay HilL FRYERS lb 29cROUND

i : and son night of Jacksonville:with Mr.spent and 'Mrs.Saturday Her returned sister-in-law home with Shirley her Padgett for a, [ S j E A II K lb. 69c I

Leo Richardson. They were Sun- short visit. .
: \ UiAiIPtI day dinner: guests; of Mrs; L. A. Jannett Lang of Lawtey spent OR T-BONE {

Crosby and Mrs. H. M. McRae. the past week with ,her grandparents CHUCK '

w Patrica! Alvarez, LIllie Morgan, the Richard Langs, at
RIIUflN John Dwyer and Gerald Baldwin. Clay HilLYougan LO !YE 1b.59c I

all of Jacksonville attended Padgett says fishing is ROAST:
church here Sunday night. still good and he sure enjoys eat
. A modem ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER f is a doubb-doty food center .L. A. Lester 1 Crosby entered ing them. Well we like fish too,

tat fresh and frozen foods .. and lots of ice cubes too. SAVES WORRY just f reach Bradford County Hospital last bu t:;.n ver'try catching .them' any ;f

for, whatever you want, for family or unexpected guestft. Frost free models clad ; Sunday morning more.News. BRISKET OR : cST E A K lb. 49c !
messy defrosting SAVES TIMS-cuti shopping trips 'way down. Perishable fooda Miss Gloria Crosby spent Sun is short again this week

can be stored in the zero-zone section: till needed SAVES MQNCT-you can stock day night with Miss Gloria Wil because your correspondent hasbeen

vp on"specials"at bargain prices-eat better at less cost-conserve leftovers. liamson of Starke. i in and unable to attend RIB S"YEW ALL MEAT
ms Rev. and Mrs. Roman M Al ; church services. Hope to do betterin '
CBOPDJQ. FUMBLING-sfule-out and swing-out shelves and food drawers. '
varez were Thursday dinner guests the I
pot everything in easy Iht and reach. STEW Ib 49c
Services were not held at
to tire"your old-fashioned Padgett Church as Jim Stricklandwas .
refrigerator? Insist on a modern An ELECTRIC HOME FREEZER, too'fc m and not able to fill the ,

., ALL-ELECTRIC: tefricraterII0prta to Better Florida Living; -BoOwfyj' '. 1 appointment, and no one else wished !
Pays for itself in uvins. Chest: model or op-
to take p1
freezerIt'adieapertobuycheaper the responsibility. Hope
right type can be placed aDJ'Where-iD the
to use,and will maintain a cleaner kitchen pantry utility room,or fvaf this situation: improves also.
cooler kitchen. I .....,.... I 1rof J fr,
.BO-IT if aiiiiam CONTROL Mrs T. N. Norman of Heilbronn i
., FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT .' visited her Mrs. H. M.
: SUIt *. ** urr M .*. .. I mother ii
;.. ,- HBJIH9 6UILQ FLORIDA ,Mr.*.t.* ri.w. TnttaiatHtltv provw McRae, Saturday afternoon. i
1 ..
CQMPANYti\ r M hdI CM me hu, lit
,..&..w Teti no..Mi ea Mr. and MrsC.. H.. Crosby of !
.7'k; (f;tI L Starke were visiting his parents.
t Starke Builders .Supply Mr.and Mrs. L A. Crosby Thursday .PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT ;
219. E, Washiartoa -, OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
'night 7 .AJL TO 9 P.M, i
-. Starke; ITa, F.1. -

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