Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03548
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,r N, 3 ka k a .y "Boy am I tired"' was the.creases enrollment was.RJ; col-1 I 'Idol7ati' al:.o static that the Ism had not yet gone' into effect. I

comment made by most Bradford cred school in Reno which lied.';l tate would allow the t-x-ity additional '(()day. Thursday, September 1.was ,

County teachers after the first 30 more students, than last year,' teaching units ,if attend-. t.> ,be tile,, first day that BHS ,- +

aay of school here Monday. I BHS Principal'Ingn h says"thej'I since increased by six per cent teaches turned in absences by

" : 'iigh school is "overloaded" because t lover a two month period. He said name. Class rolls were turned in n y
/ The teachers, may have been ;
I of an unexpected increase.Bradford I County would "run I by number only for the first I

1---j '. I bred alter that firs: ,; 'day.buf they 1!|'He .doesn't know why 'unless it tprettyclose',! .to' getting the six three; days.

nust have been effective during was, caused by students from 'the 1 I per csnt- Increase but that ne Supt. Morgan: said the new program -

:t according to a quote by County,.I Kingsley Lake and Keystone'jT.'ouldni'be!'' able' to tell anything was designed cut down I
yieadf School Superintendent HarmonP. Heights areas.. j definite' untiFtne',' classes got setjtied on the absences which cost the ,. "'
Morgan who said, "Everything "It looks like we need,about I I down., county nearly $50,000 per year. 1!

sent pretty smoothly .just as if two more teachers," Ingram salcL.I I A break down of the first day Every time a student misses ;I

it were a middle of the year But, he added they will try' to'"enrollment gave,. Bradford: High school it costs the county approximately First Graders
R&nbi Schultz
school d:.y." make out with the present staff. S76!) pupils; 'South Side Elementary :!,$2.00, he said. : and Jimmy Joe Andrews seemed to

Total enrollment for. the since any additional teachers ,. 179; Lawtey: Jr. High. 256; BHS': had a total of 11,097 absentees be taking things in stride as Stark Elementary sounded: its opening 1

county's entire school! svst''n was ,,could have to be paid for't of Hampton. High 142; Brooker, last year. That's 2.28 bell at 8:20 Monday. Other first graders were not so cheerful a E,

3, 365. county funds.. 1O6s .and''Starke Elementary, 816- teacher units lost. Each teaching few were dissolved in tears.

. Two schools in. the county had The principal stated, that all A breakdown thecounty's colored unit is worth $4,667; thus BHS .. '. -- .. ,,, .. "
math and science, classes 'would: : schools gave RJE High -' l "-" ,, "" "': ; ;.: ";
increased enrollments: resulting 'ot S10.640 during the 1969-60 1 "Jl'Ioi..'", 1!{ <. .
for the hungry ,hordes that trekked back to .school Monday -1 In some first day confusion and average over 35 students. ()Deplane School' an enrollment ,of 601 C. school term." Morgan stated. "'

: 'ere taro cafeteria managers: 'Sarah Hunter at left (Starke Ele- 'shortage 'of teachers. Bradford geometry class had '48 students C. Anderson in Lawtey, 220; tHiS Principal Ingram has appointed -

nicnak1! and ;Myrtle Jones,((Bradford High School). Between them_ High' School had 976 students'report he said, but the rest; of Thur n'COlorfd School, 40; and five attendance counsel-

these{ two food experts serve almost -a quarter of a million lunches for classes' Monday about the- classes are okay Hampton ,Colored' School 29. OIS 'whose job will be to contactparents

thui,fa their separate cafeterias. According to the ,ladles, ham 75 to 90 more than expected t School Supt. Harmon Morganraid According to' Principal Hugh concerning absences and

.buries i are thq favorite "dish" .f. afl-age student, outranking even Principal l Hugh Ingram stated. that lawtey Ji. Big still[I&graiE;; Bradford. High School's to confer with students. The only

that! per< county with an appreciably in- teacher to' reduce school absentee- of illness or an, ucational familY :4I

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22i; 5 Voters Eligible. For Polls ; Country Club's Is Given Long Blonde-haired Carolyn Ann and Linda ,Sue Tomlinson bade a reluctant

farewell to "Mother' at door: of first grade room. Although ,

for Election the girls look alike and dress alike, they're not thins There's 11
13Starke Day
r Scavenger By Farm months difference in ages.

has 2n :vot.flT/wl1-;' )fe stricken: front the rolls. | Termed' Success 'within walking Distance. of the
I Qualified'to express ;a' eWice on Edwards said that cards were + f The Bradford County Farm j school! : will be allowed to go home

the!, three Council ,seats that" will mailed to aU those who did not !c ? I Bureau through its board of directors I j'j for lunch if given written permission -
I be up for grabs on'Tuesday Sep t';. vote 'in the past two elections 5,, : The 'Starke Golf and Country has given a vote of con-t I Ly their parents, he said.'

13.: City Cleric Merrill, Edwards ,warning them that their names, ehnOung ed after the would "termed\: a sUcceSs when somemembers Assessor GeneLong in his present : t
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closing removed.unless.they apblied.for tardy will have his name turned
"r t# % Y 30 turned out to clean of revaluing property in i, i '.
quail at noon Saturday reinstatement. In spite program 1 into the principal's office, Ingram
i said there was;> last of*this, however, only,.37 asked to ; :v.bHs from the new nine-hole the county.In i'said" where a "debarred". list will t.=
mightt" dish of new registrant ; have, their names restored, Edwards ,"course and"around 150 enjoyed a 'letter signed by Curtis jj I be made .out, with those student's
:j.o: oung\ couples who had said. ihej&shfry! at the new pro shop Marlowe, bureau president and i!i names on it.

neTec"? .registered before. ,later lIt the.: afternoon.gf'acaDeiea' Fuddle Watterson, secretary-1 I
,Fiftytwo'jpf "Some Those
of those on the"debarred"
who did, not list will
; ;ai"r the board of directors
t& 5 *qualiUedjast< Sate on treasurer, the group commended!I'
apply'foE reinstatement will doubt- 1 I be required to bring a written
44t onUng? were'-filled, at...the annualmeet&jg 1 ,, :
| swds !;There Long; .
, less. ,;:ome to the polls excuse! to school to present to
expecting ; held,.fofo\wing the fish the an
.hat |been lT5wir 1. For ;manner which
registrations j
i $ tl). vote',this, timeEdwards said{ attendance counselor. The .coun- :
Ir 1 see .the .. fry Reflected to. serve on Vthboar4vere o
; !. first, "of the .ye '..:11tJI.L.A. ,Z :utacderthe term'*of. thene\ f': PAl Whitt and Mrs: you have ,performed the duties j f.elor'will determine if the student I IJ

I. ; law: they cannot be allowed "to 4:] 3.' Juniua of your office; > !Is to receive an excused or unexcused -
I Tit' : ; !te of new registra&bnsj' d500.."* V" i' 1L Smith while' new mem 2. For your E ifairness in arriving absence. If the student is _
't1i;.books show a small, tecreuefrointh : bergnamedVV weiDr, H. H. at your tax assessments; will
unexcused he
'total 'buniber '",ho:were e,' 1- the'i '
....g d -n e id&.d ; ? 23ttthey wUl_registteecthei rho '" Ya.wn. "" '. to. i keep'yW.f', lax>.assesament : ;.are JakfiivlofI,fciaslxweets fr.V
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clared..This' >isJ 4 'to_,|hV .f.. t: l ouncU.- .poS--r8'. Vt i'ii'sa'l 'ii; :. v35- ij.fjjf-r-i.fy' jlit--' t, ? O''f" t I I rSaaonable.We ; : grade in each <:lass;, if-he, is ; k -
fast;more,than N 0> names of persons' follows k ; victim !'Sr. ,KeDey" is given a,cool lrink'1 water._ month for.golfing and; social membewhips "" ,feel ,that this is the' only I ruses wfll'receive a white slip. '

;who, have 'df d.' or .moved Group 1-Orie A. Wiggins. his daughterJIr; .-' Carolyn, Dyal, during visiting hours at Bradford" ,_ while dues for/: social way to protect homeowners in Eegardless of the type of ;:;

from :the :city, or'haye not :voted cumbent]N. opposed 'by Carl Lamar County Hospital.Clyde ',memberships alone will be $3 per their ,homestead v exemption," the he receives, the student must slip ss

f iythe! past. two elections wer Job na. ', nibnllt' Creens'es for-non member bureau's,, letter stated. .have his slip signed by each'

# \ ;6fojip; i 2-Randal 'P. Chitty-,- incumbent I guests, or for social, memben '"We' wish' to assure you that ieacher V from whose. class he was' aVf

Jerome,:Johns opposed by Carl Hurst Kelley Recovers After; t''at playing occasionally' were we have faith in your fairness, absent. He" is also responsible for I;

,Group 3-T. C. (Cliff) Hazen,' ,, $2' "on Mondays;'Tuesdays, your integrity, and your ability :eturnjhg the slip to', the attendance I f
Bitten mcuinoent Thursdays, and Fridays ,,,and $3 to perform the duties of your counselor the
opposed by next day In-
By :Spider Wayne E.
Douglas. Very Close Shave WitliDe ath oa Wednesdays, .Saturdays? Sundays office," the letter continued. "We :;ram 'said. ji i .

..The and holidays.Ted feel that'you do not-nsed any out Another J Attention of. 'this TOW .?
deadline for, absentee voting thing that is "new" at
A poisonous 'spider Fox) club first graders teach'-*
or scorpion Is 5 I pro, announcedt.1he side interference and should you BHS is the : isrrrited on
'*fcs sound to be the, cause' 'of,the 7, Edwards p.m.said Wednesday, Ballots :Sept. Rattlesnake venom and kero- there was the rattlesnake, a five- course will be ready for need any assistance from anyone which 'went public into operation address system cr as 'she evplajns the mean* t,

hospitalizatlon last week of a lo be given out'for voting may not sene Just don't mix. footer; crawling back to1 its biding play on Labor, Day.., Anyone planning :list you will ask for it." August 31. The Wednesday II ing o( "Boys" and "Girls' sips

Dasinessoan, Jerome ,Johns, date,. but ballots that after that That is the conclusion reachedby place under the mulberry hug h. ] to play on. opening dayshould The Bradford County Chamber tem will save much effort PA sys on the rest room doors arifl)
instead of 'a heart 'attack as was I have been Clyde Kelley, Brpoker ,farmer Only one of Its fangs had penetrated contact Fox at phone of Commerce valuable and I other mysterieS 1 classroomlife.
sent out through the !: recently voted to time for school
lint thought, Dr. Pete 0. Felos''be mail will after a close brush, with death KelleY's leg, sinking to a WO 45441.. for starting, times. appoint a committee to the On it each teacher officials. I .
counted if study will be able
they 'returnedby to
said iloadayAugust; ,/ 29. two weeks Kelley is still here of Several special events 4
ago. depth three-quarters of an inch includin converse
entire tax structure of Bradford with the I
Johns was fishing on the Okla- mail up until 5 pjn. Monday, to tell the tale, but according- about halfway between ankle and tournaments and,,, contests, 'are di du.\lly. main office in- much ,faster than with the old
County. .The opinion has been This
: 12. expressed will
wale River '''last Wednesday Sept. one observer''who should know,;; it i kneecap, just to the left of the scheduled, for the opening day, that the ad valorem tax routine trips to the save many I'"runner" system when a student. \, i

morning, August 24, when he be.pIi really is a miracle that,he's alive.i shin bone. Fox said;-3 '., ; Announcpments office. office worker had to take" the'. :

to have chest pain.*{ His tw stations It .was about ,sundown Friday I Kelley called to his son Lenox, At the "prestnt time there are base more needed home .owners broadeninf would so be that can be made'message to" each classroom.CAMERAMA" '

comP n1ona,TItus Olson of. Starke and close at'7' p.m: evening, Aug. 19, and Kelley was who had started to the house be- seven or eight Btoc -participatlng] ing a 'small ''amount toward pay the I -

rind Scotty Adams'of'Jacksonville getting in a few last licks at some tore the rattler struck and theboy memberships available in the club operation of schools and other .

rushes him to Bradford County: LABOR DAY posts he was salvaging from ;jan started tearing off his shirt and anyone interested in becoming county functions. .< ; : ,
HospifcJ.. where it was discoverwhat ed unused fence at his farm on the to make a tourniquet Kelleybelieved ''a member and,, stockholdershould ,
in insect'' bad bitten him onthe County ,Commissioners and Dedan Road in the 'Brooker sec however, that his son's contact one of the following Long m with the CC directors ;
neck. j at their, meeting last month
: School Board members will meet tion.He'had noted the coffee bean woven belt would do a better' job; ,officers: Clyde Tenvillegar, I and !
A Cardiogram performed on the on* Tuesday' next week due tol I bushes on each side of the fence, so they tightened that around his presidentGuy Andrews., vice i explained the new yardstick, ; .
sick 'man disproved the heart attack the Labor Day holiday on Mon. 'and had scanned the'ground: under leg, just below the' knee and the president; Robert Mclntire- secretary method :he !is applying in revalu- ; !

I theory and found that poi- day The Starke post office will them carefully for snakes before bitten maq used; his pocket knife r or' Elden Mathews, treasurer. ing Bradford County property. I

I' son from either' & spider or scot* be closed, as will ,city hall,offices, stepping up,to pull the wire from to slit the fang-punctured spot ., He, .was: complimented by CC fx

pion had settled in the heart, banks, schools and ,most business a post before taking it up. But "right down to the bone." Kelleysaid A portion of all 'new membership President Carl Johns, who told .,......,.. .'
felos tald. Long the committee's ."
The poison, resulted in. :'\ouses. there was one .bush -a French; his leg had already started fees is' applied to the club purpose 'f.T' ;f i

'Johns,iamb'!.and arms and its becoming Labor Day is a national holiday mulberry, he thinks, tangled :.tip swelling and the flesh parted house 'building fund, .Terwillegarsaid. critical would l.be, constructive rather than I
weak. Peloe Ii
saidJohns' that and is.0J1. the approved list of .,in the fence, that he evidently easily as he cut. .
never -was paralyzed but holidays adopted by the Retail failed to Inspect closely enough.: ,After: reaching the house, Kelley appointments have yet been ,i I
was,very week Merchants It dio\ from said he Starke Shoe made to' : the committee, Johns ,
( Division of' the Cham grew twa: three, feet poured, kerosene on the : Repair
doctor reported that the ber of Commerce. where he stood to 'work on the wound and then, "drank a little Under said. : .
injuteq nun began 'w respond he New:Manager
post. t as seemed to remember hearing ,

Wednesday the,: diagnosis afternoon was. made soqn after and Singing ConventionBradfordUnion As Kelley tugged at the rustywire somewhere that this was an anti Charles Young of ,Miami has Social Security v I

ireatrienC was' begun:: he ,felt ,a eharp pain.in his dote for* snakebite.! taken ,over the management of ::'. "rtet

I Ftlos. said; that' Johm left thehosplfa15aturda1'and'would County! Singing left leg and his first thought was Lenox got nis; lather into the Stark Shoe Repair oa S.'Walnut j A representative .of. the Gainesvflie ;':;,:..' "
take Convention will meet.at Heilbronn that splinter from, the post had family car and they sped to Bradford St. due to the ill' health of vii i. Social Security office will
Springs stuck him. When he looked down Hudson who: has operated it for be at the. courthouse in
a 'week's reef,pt! hoaxebefor, re- Baptist Church on Sunday County Hospital.'Kelley said Starke j
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ttmftf i to work ,".Sept- 4, for. all day singing I however and saw Mood; trickling that from time to time he would many years. ,Mr, Young has had] Thursday, Sept. 8, at 9:30 aon.
I I Everyone_ welcome i down his fcant leg, fie realized probe the wound with his knife to 40 years of experience in the shoerepair for: the purpose .of conducting tom.pe .

I I' I 1 what had happened. Sure enough tulwesa. in Miami VI e bocial security J business. ;
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..', ,, Football'Tickctst: S. ]E. Sharks is, a barber, ", much 'to my sorrow later on" nate the world. Mr. Sparks ;
., a"; Baptist minister ,. and Bradford Mr Sparks declared. "Since then I The ..
'" t \ ij I aim .of, their church is the
,. County Campaign Chairmanfor have done a lot of I i
w studying on the same as ,ail others-to win the
F L ... theTNational Democratic ticket; subject and, I am convinced there i i i world f9r 'Christ., They work to- ..
ti ken.
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tit no conflict between a Catholicn ward this end through their
,, Snows by now by Senator John office and his oath to nisi i i church :
I just as we work toward it
Fr Kennedy, Catholic church. i; : ..
'f e ;,and ,theparty's' Every man. should be I i through ours'- .
t nominee; for ;president: sworn to his church ,
) '. .. I whether! he'sj I't Mr. Sparks moved to Starke V
This space Contributed .A Baptist minister prompting j Catholic or ,/Protestant or Jew in .1938 and has been in the barber .

t d; .. ';the 'candidacy* 'of I a 'Catholi -f for the eerual barber-preacher added. "business here'ever since.. He was I,
'president? 4-Why" "
Weekly to Pnblleiie jot? "M
asks ; U he
IsnX thin he's' not a very ordained in the First Baptist
: i ,. Sparks, who is firmly convinced good member.* '
Community Events by Church here in. 1945, and is at
\ I that religion: should not fee aa Mr. ,Sparks recalls 'with a presenfpastor of the'Uou.t Horeb All:'the hard "'ork&Wl't being perfonned the. etasroom' '
:Issue in the forthcoming presidential chuckle that someone' ,
t ;". once asked Baptist Churchrin Gilebrist Coun- and on the football CM as Bradford Hign School *
THE COMMUNITY BillY: Sunday; the, great Baptist ty. opened its 1960-61 term here Jloaday. : '
1Back in 1928 I was lots evangelist .' -They also tierce N.'b60al1
why he 'didnt "fight As* : : ,\\ staud And blow,"
:.STATE.BANK .er'thari, I ;aia i today' and I thaVCathoHcs.*' The or/anycriticisni.that TnJjrht I For instance NA+e' Drew, 11. .
*' fiery Sundaytat come his way a* the ,yeal'fd' 7th grader,
campaign who tried
listened to some I of those emotional ou thin bass horn for size,
I ?: OF : old fellows who .back: 'Tvgjof:enough.trash heats'up in *soceeediBg weeks.. Mr bat ,soon, derided to'o, back to ;? f
jj t STARKER were Ws
t .fighting around. my'own trnatr trumpet "
.t -door.... Sparks seems'unconcerned. T ? '
Smith oa .the basis of his're- As f theCathaytarelrvaating feel bead jprwtlce got under "V fa ....-, ., ,
S. E. Sparks And.Customer: L oion..Y _Ilistened. to-them-r ; : that. I am supporting the troth,. : :' i J
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Daxid Richard Yaksetich left -
Sunday :or his home in Pittsburgh -;
Pa. after spending several pi Castro Given I IBy -,

I days visiting his fiancee Miss <

Vivian Garcia, and bets parents. o >
I Mr. and Mrs. Rene' 'Qarcia of BHS --, >
Spanish '
1 heacheri -"j ,
Camp Blanding. II
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Mr. and Mrs.' W. F. Herlong ,- '.,Cd... :
I have had as visitors Mr. and Mrs.i i } '"" '<: syL
Fidel .Castro essenttaui "
is ioesn't buy its tiualamoant of ,
'---- Henry Parnell and children of, 1 today it ia, possibk that Fidel
I v- honest,
White Springs last Friday Mr. : extremely nationalistic ,cigar, Castro will seize that;much, : would get 60 per; cent of the
'and Mrs. A. Russell Nor-1' Mr. ana Mrs. Don Champion land Mrs. F. V. Herlong and son I'i Was rite Cuban people at heart,,American; lop rty. he said.Frsne -| votes he said.

mail attended the wedding of and family] spent last week at j Hark,-of Jacksonville on Sunday' ]l but leftist, istobjectionable! because hisj''i' '::
their nephew, Harry Edwards, to ,, their cottage on Hall Lake. :and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stein-,I rinse even leanings'give hm a'red |," .a' ,business,V taken over,the! Jog' and his nationalistic views,
Miss Theota'Hartman on. Friday Mrs Fed Guy daughter Jane nieyer of Jacksonville on Monday.. I though he is not yet''fowner. is snppased-o be paid, its! but resent his Communist leanings -

evening at the Livingston Memdrial and sen,. Jimmy, returned to :Mrs. Bill' Graham drove ,her .a. confirmed 'Communist. 'I'blS. in value:Jui; government, bonds with, and his methods,** Fresneda t

Methodist Church in: their home in Gainesville, Wednesday mother, Mrs. Bertha Fuller, up of nutsnell BHS sums up the opinion t I
Jacksonville after spending the summer tc Tallahassee Spanish instructor Peter many cases the bonds. have, never i Ipsvad o, government owner-,
on Wednesday ; :
T5Irs. R. E. Mundroff returned with Mrs. Guy'smother, Mrs. ',here Mrs. Fuller will make,her to j jiiome Fresneda Starke.: who-,has'" just, 'returned, .I i been hued, he'said.. 1.hip by decree, as,has'been done

home Monday after being a A. Z. Adkins at KinisI y'e.. :t ,, with her daughter. Mrs. after at spending' a sum- The, Spanish5 teacher says tha'Cas'4' ,the sam thigg could have been
]mer vacation
medical patient in Bradford Mrs; Kate Struth was' visiting Mary F. Rowton, and children. his home' on.the'controversial :also, excuses his, confisca-,. accomjlishedgradually;, aver a Jaycees Attend Convention

County Hospital for two weeks. relatives in'Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Al H, Harley and ( Fresneda is island. |, top; ',of" ,business firms. and- his'wtiqle :I period f&)years, h.sald., by taxation /; ,

Misses' Jennie Lou Morse and Jacksonville Beach last week, f.lI'1, Hank of Kingwood W.- Va.|]Havana. originally from/' ,inti-Americanism camyai and minimum i wage laws. Starke: .Jaycees tl-rl Ray Gold- i
H left i Bob ti
Karen McCrome of Lakeland J, D. Seymour and MB- Jordan will arrive this weekend to spend rear to! ?attend. ,Cuba.. iuhis, ISth; Tby telling. 'e Cuban people Fresneda emphasized the fact 'wthat ire, club president, Marion Har- Lamar fi'r
were visiting Mr And Mrs. Tommy .>f the State Prison are attending "w o weeks with their parents. Mr. prep"sch ol'1n, 'that"tfie ,Americaq},government. is Castro cannot'stand criticism rington. Bill Harrington Walker Wood and Harold D a
j Pennsylvania. Fred
Since .tbat\
GliJ last week. time he''closing its, to American i : pJso attended the convention? 'tea
the American Correction eyes corporaliops and brands!
and which \
Mrs Lonnie Harley, and Mr. ]has' served two hitches *: anything SneD, and Gene. Shaw pose forthe
More than ever it really pays Association annual meeting in and Mrs. Barney McRae. Mary j Navy; in the taking: 'home all their!: resembles ittas counter revolutionary Telegraph camera,, just priorto The J& tees. attended ,a;' lush
attended >
to "Trade With Slade." U you are Denver. Colo. and visiting prisonsin Beth Crawford will come home, i University of Florida"and college at the'profits, and- leading none uVCuba.thus activity* Por"thls reason: I their embarkment to West Friday night 1 Saturday night- :-was'highlighted S?

a SUde. customer or plan to becm.efp.1t Texas and Oklahoma for two :.-i it1her. uncle and aunt, the i taught Spanish in the has. not benefiting( thai country. Fresneda said liberty of-,the pressi :Palm Beach for the state wide I with a speech, tr'
tom can. flax purchase weeks, public But he doesn't ,mention that practically nil : : 1i
IIa legs, after spending. the summer i schools of "'' in Cuba now. Jaycee Summer Convention. The Democratic
Florida for ,
your gas range and hot water Mr. and threeyears. .'U1ei things no, longer happen nominee for ;
Mrs. and governors
\, Bob Bunting : vith them. f' ; Tr Jpaganda for Castro, is, terrific I ,
Otarjcg J3ypeles: ;
He : traveledj.
still in their
heater at wholesale prices. See 'amily of Lakeland were last Saturday -i Storv. bewta.MclolnJ"etdJe turn to Cuba for finds periodic'time to re.i''he but:took place 30 to 40().years ago. ,',' Fresneda..sa1cL..As. an. example :194 model: Cadillac limousine in I Farris: Bryant by. Doyle, and; Conner imprnsuitulspeeches *
visits, and
us before you buy. Ten year warranty visitors of Mr. and Mr s. at Denmark.; Fun ta *, CD. tf however, returnng' added. he.added. "It you, make a a parade with' nether Jaycee Tom Adams
hoi water heaters only there each Nor does he admit that Democratic nomK
R. V. Chapman. these !
I Mr. and Mrs. David Reid phQne call av recording Will.
and Christmas and sUI uner. This play I g ETOUps from north Florida along flees for Commissioner of ;
incidents '
pastsummer took Agrl-
$59.85.Misses Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. tamily of Jacksonville are. spending place. in connivance 'Cuba, yes: Yankees.no while the with a Highway Patrol escort. ..
he spent 18 days in his with cultw' and Qo/_'.rat Mary Brownlee and O. L. cheap Cuban --- ---
politician ho
Beasley "
weekend l p0is
were ; Wednesday yto Monday with home land with his ringing{ .YQurIW'tY. Butdeclared
JOYce.Humphrey of Baltimore guests of Mr and,Mrs. C. P. Tison her parents. Mr.,and Mrs. D. W. ThSiC has been family *. Fresneda, said,.. Fre n &,. it. is mostly Season.Football .rr cheerleader.! They. are also OH 1 ,
Md-will arrive Sunday for two at Femandina. Beach. Carpenter at Santa Fe Lake. far,. o: the graft no and evidence., "Outwardly things. re*,quiet an4peacd'WI pool people and. young, ones who .I [ pale at Koch's Drug Store and-
Weeks. vacation with Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs William Urban Jerome Johns was released iu the Castro corruption f in_ Cuba: but; those who are iafcep.in, by the.bally-hoo. Tickets On Sale : the Bradford County Telegraph

BrowrJee. The visitors will spendpart of Detroit, Mich. were weekend from Bradford County. Hospital been so characteristic regime of that has cppose"Castro are afraid to talk Those' ,wjio.oppQse CastrQ would' The season tickets not ,onlyW .

of-- next week in Miami. !,\Uesta; of Mrs. Sarah Hunter and Saturday where. he was,, confinedfor G'ub ,. former openly. Fresneda said. "If onej follow any movement to change Season football' tickets are no save the, purchaser: money, bul .
I4n aa? Smith Shi Smith. Lester amily. fu ''rfY es TOC ro.. majkb ca.Uedlgi t C:n sale at $5.50 for adults l and .
the past two weeks. He is ; g@f11 t. it jUQ t In.-. they also entitle him to the con
Warren,,, Janice Conner Carol Jane Adams spent' last weekin convalescing at his home on :avof:i th. It can teac1%a 1 Sa14 stake; Ci tI roS ). c thereTis 9 un\! rr reyolutioriarjE t and f then ci e PJ.Lat4: gecw forTst .ents 2 g 4"'fig rp"end J vtpj fi ( : reServed itlJT.t'f10
McRao and Wayne Sapp of Brunswick Ga no'tjBllin .whatmay, hap at all' homegan&s.
with Janice fiats ,
Crystal Lake. : extremelptnationallstie.end ta so .ata thgt tl e. ; five ;game: '-i '4
stark,. and Armond Rivers of Vickers. Mr. and Mrs J. M- Mrs.- A. E. McKinney- ana son, the
KeY &: 1e' Heights started school Vickers and family brought Jane Everett visited their nephew B, Evidence, of h .1 :""But T underneath.f there rf.: if Aethjug .*\ a to !cft. ,K J- ,be:$}r25. however, mjay Jii.Jr.
thih ,
std. !; Mr. acid Mrs. ltollis hj
Tuesday at the St. Johns RiverJunior home msvfimeiiti h J& $
r e 1
on Sunday and spent the H. Bevil in the Lake City V. A. be seen in the houses and''roads way the-Castra! agahisj, tp e mieJjsjefti gs"U 'C\I\WO\ ou a tjcketi\. fpfr'15.mts ( : Bea"c ,
College in Palatka. day with Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Hospital. last, Thursday. regime leaning ever coresthe churches down prior t/ the same' cjj JjjcksonvF ? ?Jl
being bLOt -
Mrs. W. E. Wilcox of Fort Adams. by the government for}toward Communism" the teacher It Itt :'.rend thC weekend: here with re-
Alma ere. it will be his "
Mrs. Smith Gainesville hesaid.
weekend the poor people at low rates of 1 stated. "U an'election were' downfall Season tickets may be pur- L.tives.
Lauderdale was a guestof Mr. and Mrs Robert Barksdale held
was visiting Mrs. Effie Johns last mtere5t.Th middle class, Jiased from any football player
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley and Mr. and Mrs. Olin con- ..
White. Jr.
Friday. sisting mostly of professional peo-j ::- .......
LakUReplace and families spent Sunday at the Mrs Lucile Davis. and family.
old ; pie making from $200 to $500 per 1 ,
your "
math cottage near Haw- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr? and month, is, the group ( .
from chine. Denmark belt with a Furniture new Singer Co., tf orn. I "lildren; of Florala, Ala., visited the nv>st from measures taken stflfriP by, i\ -4', t '
Mrs. C. Barksdale ; )
and Mrs.
Mrs. E. L. Cox visited her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peter pie making:; from $200 to $500 per ,
Lulu Mott of &TtIlP StarAe
Starke and Mrs. r.nd family in Gainesville on Sat- the Castro 1 Co. ;

Mrs.. Laura on Friday Raulerson in Jacksonville :Hermie Tuesday Stevenson from of Miami a week's returned urday.Sunday The after Smiths spending returned the week-home FresnedaOPinio In ; government.. -,. in k Re.cap 'I

explaining this Fresneda said
., vacation at Highlands, N .C. ndith .
( Mrs. Davis.
.. Mr.. and Mrs. : that the middle class and small
-" '- -- -- George McDaniel

I of Tallahassee were weekend oa.de Dr" : a ana'flying, Mrs trip Seymour to New: Marcq YorkCity businesses it hurts are.' suffering their'' standard;..most, because of : < 'i 1 UAIORFftltAY: ; E ,,, ,

:quests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row I
JEriday to Monday where living, more i( their:salary,:i$ cut. ] i Ai
!land. }

Florida I Mrs. W. R. Miller of Jackson they weekend.-yerc They sight-seeing were accompanied over the, of The living.poor": people Most,middle,, he, said'class,, ;:,haye peo->< U, O'O"'i.; j.:6., '. 1 7' Ill.' .' ', ai a.c p !b I

viiie, former Starke resident, has Ly Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham taken from thejn,, The,4ridk he ,
.accepted the a teaching position a t who attended "parents weekend: sr-ic1. could, take ,a,cut;, in, salary, AND SATURDAY'OL.Y !

Soutnside Estates Jackson at the U. S. Naval Academy' at and still,not have. to, cut, living .. "
ville. Her daughter, Marcia has Annapols, Md., as the guests oHan f standards; ,. ..

Theatre rr leceived a scholarship grant from. their son Midshipman. But/ Fresneda Sj.d.U'.1! : i b.v .3 Ir L f *!
Scarrict College Nashville, Tenn.' Graham. j T I ER E SPennsylvahiaTURNPIKE '
takfU)0), ) a. month' away:tram ,f P.\ i PENNSJLVANII
and will major in social studies. Miss Vivian Garcia ofCamp man whl is making,200j i Hi \

Mrs. Laura Paterson will return Blandmgr left Monday for Pittsburgh have...seriously! ,.hludere4 ,Nij\ } ; I) E --.....:-.- n' .. -., _-- '- 0- '
to her home : ,
Bartow 8,1.
in this weekend .
Pa. to be a guest'in the o:' living/1. Most middle;c& J ,

:. SAT., SEPT. 3 1 i I;Ir. and after Mrs three, R. weeks G. Paterson.visit .with !home of her fiance, -David" Richard pie, ne/said-'reeeiv>:;>tOme'S.Po. ,t'r .... .- <,. '

Yaksetich and his parents, from, houses they. ow i. It; .tJ
.: 1st Feature I I More"Trade than With ever it really pays Mr.: and. Mrs Edward'Yaksetich. source' ; of income 'is'cu{< ;in hail: ;'t l' JEW' PRICES ,

,lI Slade. If you are Mrs. J. M. Edwards and dough- as itxas_ that persoq'sincomed .. ;'
I llO Slade customer or plan to be ters spent last week with Mr. an hard hit. ::. : -.. __ ,

: [ tu gas one -range you !can anir now' hot purchase,* wate r .Mrs'Mr.,,:J,and M. High Mrs. ,In'Paul,Jacksonville.Faulkner,.. ;construction FresnedastatedJ0at: !.going'on} ,iQ the.Cu gpj, s1 !k :"I'1E.' \E: I ; .:

i F l
r at wholesale prices. SeeI : SAFETY
sari, Pau and
& Ronald Thomas o:f now w that being'' the i .
I I us before you buy.,Ten year war'ranty Brooker were visiting Mr. and government.; The larie'OnStrUe ,
hot water heaters only U&edby Georgia, and other Highway Patrols
a ; Mrs. George Faulkner in Johnson Lion firms have stopped'work _

Aa tr1 ''h 559.95.Rev.; 1)0 Sunday. completely, he said:thus leavingmany' --'-' .-.- .. "
c ,i J. H. Mabry is attendin; Mr: and ,Mrs;: Hubert Hodgins people unemployed.. SIZES ijlack. UVIfttf Whitewall '

1 the Baptist State Board convention and cmldren of Philadelphia, The main objection to. ,Castro l Tubeless' RLvl! Tubeless; ; 9
= y
'I n Jacksonville from Wednesday "
2nd. Feature to Friday, Miss were 'Saturday eveningguests'of now Fresneda said,. is the'red s PE'CIkL E: l '

I Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mcar4 / 'I II Mrs. Margaret Blank-- tinge that surrounds him: 6,7Rx 15: .70 T1Rs
I Jihip.Mrs. "I doll t think Castro is acorn I.
son returned Sunday from'Iiope J. S.: Woods underwentsurgery'in munis but he does 'have' a: red
JUDY CANOYAr Valley,, R. L where they L":00
.. ; Bradford County Hospital tinge, he said "titterings such' as"
visited her parents.. Mr. and Mrs .
on Tuesday. I
American imperialism' are the I i
>11 7 .
Robert Bitgood for two weeks Mrs, J. S. Blitch of Johnson. same old communist call."; I. : x" 14

McANNoNBMLr. Iliey. Judy brought, and home Cherrie.their who daughter had- City -Term was a, Saturday visit i, But Fresneda declared.'ca.stro'siewsin P'R I&; S. : _: <YBEX t
ur, of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, andMrs. \ no, way' reflect' the feelings .; I L ,
.. peen visions_ there. for a month (
._ -- -- -- --" J, R. Kite. I of. most of'the Cuban people: .
; '... Mr.. and bus David Montgomery John Torode was in Orlando Eighty .
per cent of the '
Cartoon: Deep Sea Doodle and daughter. Janet were Cuban f" I 6,70'x 15 .
Last Thursday attend-j t
and Friday people art 65.
pro-American.he estl- 7'5 .
''n AiKen, 2. .
S C. the +
over weekend '
? 7:50'x 1474Q. .It
: ing the. Florida Heat. Councilmeeting. mats. & .
SUN., Mon, & TUES. \isitmg fiiends ,
He'waS accompanied, by Most of Fidel's followers' re' 'j -
: Sept. 4,5 & 6 Mrs. A. E. McKinney has had his mother; Mrs. Pauline Torode, poor people who'can a : L: 15. \
be-ledeasUj. .
as guests, Mrs. J. O. Millican of : t .10
jyho visited Mjr. and Mrs. J. W. beCause ON 19-
they will 2,3.95
try anjthng to .
x 14
r. Palatka last week and nephew, Hieatt. improve their ,status. The 'volun- l :-"" ., ...-1'l''.. ,' .,
,; The entertainment t tworld's Donald Hazen of Orlando on : ,
Mrs. George Stevenson of .Atlanta -: tee;; groups who march on the r .. "' ., ,
E. Monday.
mostwonderful : is visiting her sister Mrs.O. i. 6.7.x 15.
I 'streets 'are young people who are I
Mrs. C. F. Ward Fri- '
returned L. Haynes. Jr and family 11 KEYSTONE' .
very emotional and to whenCastro's DELUXE'
r ..ay from, at months: \'1$1'jth( } .
rL Santa Fe Lake for twq weeks..

L and friend Cartersville and relatives,. Ga.in Marietta. Mrs. Daisy Ferryman spent : En Ideal movement Fresneda seems stated.to b : : ; : .' I. $,1 0.,1:$
Friday to Monday with hpi son .
"youth movement could be, NE.W
compared Black Nylon TUBE
E. L. fLawtonj Crawford/ is n-law and daughter Mr. and : to those, which took TYPE- f ': !r. 1
: ? place
confined in. Bradford.: '
\. : Hospital following a heart. attack '

last" Thursday., .. Ga.Miss Stella Hatfield of Jacksonville .said+the .nucleus of a future army hp F '

Extra with Bobbins.a:
; Sinter, Bobbin* at Denmark F. Dill, the first of the week. American tag on it is being r';
: k' ;-; r. Furniture'Co.. U or ,
'' "
Mrs. Bruce Cox and grandDaughters has been '
iii...UIiIII a'"C' confiscated by the Cas "
-iWRI.,; ...-..---..... :' Mrs. R. A. Colsqn, and daughters ; Marcia Kay and Mar- tro government, :Freciiedajsaid. Pen.nsylva.nia j jr 'Black 99 Whitehall I
< and{ Mrs. Riley; Wasdta, anddaughters lime Griffin of JacksonvilleBeach "Ca.strll/"bastthat'he will.* : 6.70'x'15' $1'1' 6.70x15. $1"1''88':

.: Cartoon;' Tweet, Dreams : spent l*4 Thursday;"at were Monday visitors ofMrs. > I confiscate all American property .. t '

.. WED St. Augustine: Beach.. W, B; Mundy. down;to,the.nails in their shoes,"

.. ., THURS. & FRI. Judge ;.nd, Mrs. T:, A. Ya\wn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Girl Mathews the teacher stated. All S1ze --; t. Spp i.aL Low prices :
r and family returned last, week were, visiting Mr. ancl Mrs,, Bruce b'idel'a'ioic\ : in taking i'! .,
r Sepl. 7, 8, & 9 ; S : over Armerican _.,., ) l-. ... .. .
frgm two Weeds/visit wj h relative Mathews Gainesville on nit- property,. Fresneda, said., f Rt n r. r [ .1. "w'I

-. 1st. Feature S m Virginia!, ,and. New? York, day. is to, make;, up-for the, loss Cuba Triple) Guarantee; Lifetime Guarantee Against Defect J j
and vacationing' at Gatlinbufg, Mrs. Mae Jones and grandchil- Is, suffering since:;this country cut, ,I, _
Tenn.Mrs. .Iren, Mike and Anita Jones,, of the sugar 'quota. If 'Cuba: loses I Guarantee Against Road Hazards> Complete atisfaction
r1 11kD11 t J. A. Griffin 'will attend Jacksonville, were Monday vial t,,': $400,000,000because.. th&U.'S, BYU1t.Recapping !

the, WMU Baptist. b1isiniSs vio- vas of Mrs. W. E. Middleton. II

mens ,conference in. Lakeland. Mr. asd. Mcs.Charles: Law m Newspaper-Editor. -. ,

Sept. 3-6: ,and the Baptist. Leaders of Lakeland were visiting bin.ISrs and Too 1 1 !I

Conference., in,Deland.,. Sept, 6Thoma-{,. :end.. Ii. A. Lawson over the wee] Vague SaY'- : A: B" 1 :

.Mr. ar4 Mrs. Herbert s .,Ro v 5' : 1 I Specials
anti aughterT.! ; Kathlfeg will (;Miss Jackie. Tining" of. Richmond ; I i, ;
!spend Labor'Day weekend at Va. Is visiting. Miss Jean Ambrose Garner, a graduate ,i s t
.t.tr *
s ..heir.eamg'ini.the i ru11 Mundy this week. student at the University of Florida !1! .- ,- ,, Sizes 6.70 x 15

Mr ana Mrs: John:Tnjluck_ and Mr. aLd' ,Mrs, B,C. Holtenzdorf' ris J>poke> ; at the, Rotary dub .: 1! ; ",-" The-Emblem" : that- Stands, ? for, 7.10 x'15 7.;)0x14"PENNSYLVANIA $9.n I :
son Larry>..of, Weir\pn,. Vt, q a. Jr. and children will. return horn? Wednesday, taking. lasso' with f. -, .C 1 soy xU' _o
from .
Monday Aberdeen, Md.
were Saturday dinner. >;editorvs"u, criticize '
&)Jests.of pewspapei .
(" ; aUAt i
Mr. where Mr H tie Qmt: Was .at". the current trend '' lIY CRAFTSMANSHIP"in
1-pd.Urs.! Qwen :Vaughn.MargareX American... i' .1 i ii
rr ; Aan, LoveflT,daughter tending the National Guardchool education, 7.60.x 15 8.00 x 151095

of Mr. anoVMrs, G.%. LovelJ;; is! a I Porehase since'January.' Garner sai<| that,:in most cases 1 1J i, ., retreading8o11: : 4'? 9.00 x .
an. .odel'of Stage* R"
r aeditU,pats nun'Brajort.Coun- tbgSF J uns va a.term.to .
: 11dtWl JASidtRB1G11 1 A til1M t.i'! HosjatajMcs. ./ : Sewin* Maculae at' llcamut- voice their: ideas, and are not I j I QBalitj'{ DEEP' :TRI3AP' used H (
Fan. Jb re Vo? U I bjr I>{ is your assurance of lowest "Cost per
.Mary.: ; Beth Peacock and! specific epough.in. their"cdticismiHe ;
MTJB'-T, J.. 'visaed "* Charles E., Knight of Gain s-' sai > ; RlEPPlIG !! msg'TAXICABcom: salts! mile" The Cost thaj reap
Bjrt" ?$arc$ ? $*- "ille was called to'' Easton. Md. ; i tiegin Lake Cityand Fitzgerald I ,T01pJ), ihp perso -J, p 1t: ; \ ALL; PRICES EXCHANGE PLUS
Monday for a month'as a USDAInspector ) ;TAXI
and Valdosta, Ga. last week. ions'and did not'speak for any .._ .. ,
r 2nd. Feature I Mr. and Mrs. J. E.: Hardy spent well defined l('oup, '-'' :'r, ,": :,. ._" _., -, H. ;,
Miss Jackie Is in Cocoa f. .
CoHey '
-. the weekend at Si. Augustine this fccr visiting Mrs: 1le1iSsaf.aU1ngr The speaker said that .his.' r e' : "
f ;
.: .' ".. Beach. Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. IJW'ks. were,, not _intend. its. a : : : ;

.('; rA llN.l& O.with W.the Barry of Brooker: stayed Mrs. E, a Kuschel left...Thurs- general, i9dict rent o{ aa n@ rwLSper f -. I smssz "R"--"E"CA":: P' s COiI I

.A(1JNS.1'JJt. Hardy children editors i ,', stace t
day fcc Charleston. ta .soae 1U11
Mrs. W.. B. Mundy in S.Q. spend.the : : :
-- < Jacksonville was I Label Day weekend with, her dojp; .ood. Job, for: their, com : : .

r Cartoon; Society Dog' Show the State Wednesday executive attending board-! husband who is stationetV with the munities. ,. ,-. .. + ..t1)p -' &,_N. TElfPLE .AVE. It

... -'I neeting of the Baptist Conven.. )Na\1-there. Mr. Kuschel: will leave]J95 e fJ1... tIi; STARKE, 'FLA.;, 'l
i tion. -- Cfiarlgt tot tetdut nm tMk. the '" z

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THURSDAY SEPT. 1, 1960 .

y ---. .... ....,.LA. ..A'. Helene Roth", 3 Starke Boys I\.r Adult Education quest with that,Us all in landowners handling plowing be patient

Hoyd R. Crosby ClassesOffered requests and we will get to each-
Pilfer TrainJesse
one as soon as possible. They
Joined By Vows- I L. H. Gibson Adult Education charge ,for fire line plowing b-

James can't be blamed for director, said yesterday that ;the; same as last year-the first
The North East Park Baptist but a Seaboard Airlne RaIl- i classes cannot be scheduled un- 15 minutes plowing free and tha 1
Church was the scene of the T. e T- ,r hJ y '13ta it.road caboose ww jo'joed here Fnay. !ul registration is completed. Gibson remaining time at $8 per hour
joiible ring ceremony which [ pointed out that the registration I "
Aug. 19. |paid bt time of plowing; Hodges
united in marriage Miss Judith to be be
orm used may
Gladya Mooty Chief Deputy Satr&:r Dolph i I continued.
\. ... ,. ,, Helene Roth and Floyd Russell Reddish ,said three juveniles were i.|found at the bottom of the dis- i I The number to call to report rf
4 Crosby Jr. at 4 p. m. Saturday, Iplay advertisement appearing in file or for plowing request is WO
Jie culprits. It was one of thejuvenile's
Miss Sandra Addison \ugust 20, in St. Petersburg. Rev. ,i!this issue of The Telegraph. Ad- i ii I 11-2721.
a slingshot
Don Sietman officiated at the weapons luinonal: forms may be obtainedat I '
Weds Butch SmithMiss -hat led deputies to the arrest of ,
double-ring ceremony. k 't th3 Adult Education office in
three Starke 9. 10 and CARD OF THANKS
The bride is the daughter of tL boys, aged the rear of the USO building and :
Sandra Lee Addison, daughter 15. \ We desire to express to our-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwin Roth at RJE School, the director said.
rr r of Mrs. H. B. Simpson of Jacksonville found in the
I The slingshot was icind neighbors! and thoughtful
.J110 Lealman Ave. N. The brideroom's Classes in the basic courses are
and Junius M. (Butch) I caboose which the i friends our heartfelt thanks for
: was parked : parents are Mr. and Mrs. I expected to be scheduled as fol-
Smith, Jr., son of air and Mrs.I ; their of
Peggy spur a half mile west of many expressions sympathy -
Floyd Russell Crosby of Starke [ilows: mathematics, Monday; his-
Junius Smith of Starke, were Alton Road. The caboose, _which The food and beautiful floral
r--I For her wedding the bride !tory, Tuesday; English, Wednes-
united In marriage Tuesday, Aug. chose a ballerina-length gown of had been left by a railroad crew day; and sciences Thursday offerings were especially appreciated -,

23,' in Folkston, Ga. Communion Schiffli embroidered over bridal = that morning, had been enteredby nights from 7 to 10 o'clock. Gib- Mrs. N. J. Davis and family.,
service for the couple was held 'breaking a glass on the' door,
t.affeta. The bouffant skirt featured son said this schedule was being
r Friday noon, Aug. 26, at St. deep back tiers of chiffon Foreign Student And Advisor Reddish said.Missing adopted to avoid conflicts.

Catherine's Episcopal Church in tune topped with bands of bridal was a large quantityof Business courses for white"

Jacksonville. :affeta and back bows. A shoul- flares, lanterns, a portable adults are planned.. for Wednesdayand DK
They are presently living at Jer-length veil of four-tiered Norway Exchange'Studennt Finds stove and other railroad crew Thursday nights.' Fifteen THEATRt FL-: '
1246 Park Road in Jackson- STAR KE .
Hyde Znglish silk illusion cascaded equipment and personal possess- adults are required to start a
d. ville and next week will move to from a crown of tiny seed pearls ions including $29 in cash and i class. I! .

Montgomery Ala. where Mr. and sequins. The bride carried a BHS Easy But English DifficultThis several watches.A The registration fee which ; SUN., MON., & TUE. ...

Smith will be employed. bouquet of white carnations surrounding crew coming'to work Friday I helps to pay for heat and lighting : Sept. 4, 5, 6

{. a cluster of white roses afternoon discovered the rifled costs, will remain at $2 peri i DOUBLE FEATURE
-" y:...o.,," ....1-1rt M. Stork Shower Given c n a white Bible.Miss .' year's school work shouldbe and driver education. He wantedto caboose. The boys who Reddish i i course for the 1960-61 term.
nothing but child's play for take English to improve his I Four Fast Guns
Margaret Blosser was said never have been in trouble I Classes are not restricted to
Wilkinson VowsAnnounced For Mrs. MoenchMrs. maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Steiner Lorentzen of f'lorway.BHS' speech, Ingram said, but he was before were traced to a nearby j Starke but may be organized i James Craig, Martha Vickers ,
student most anxious to be enrolled in I
Miss Anna Ruth Crosby of Jack- first foreign exchange swimming hole where they had t anywhere within the county Gibson The
Vernon Silcox and Mrs. driver's education.
shown above his Norwegian
ronville. sister of the bridegroom. dried with towels taken from the said.Fire M
Warren Winkler entertained at Wade Pennington of Tampa schedule with Dean of Students, youngsters are not allowed to caboose. I Glenn Miller Story *

Mrs. Mattie Wilkinson of Law- a delightful dessert-bridge party nerved as best man and ushers Ray Reddish. rive until they are 18 years of County Judge T. A. Yawn said James Stewart, June AUysoa .
the marriage of Lines; ToBe ,...
tey announces j jlier' and stork shower honoring Mrs. I Though Steiner is but 17-years-
'were Robert Kelly and Marshall age.Even he would hold a juvenile hearing Plus Color Cartoon
daughter Bobbie Jane to E. E. R. Moench; Tuesday evening atjie I the bridegroom's brother, cld and has attended school only if Steiner learns to drive i
Crosby for the :
The boys at an early date.
G. John of Gainesville. But- Silcox home.A both of Starke and Don Throck- 10 of those years, his education is he will only be allowed to operate Plowed SoonThe WED., THURS., Sept. 7-8' _
in Lake
marriage took place dessert course was served at morton. on a par with a first year college a car at school under the instruction FEATURE
ler on August 16.Southside. the three tables at the beginning Flower girl was Miss Nancy student here in the'u. S: Becauseof of the teacher of driver's edu- Florida Forest Service advises ..,

jf the evening., After several progressions Crews, the bridegroom's niece.A this he was registered the ,cation class. Comanche Station
PTAThe I of bridge, prizes were reception was ,held in the 12th grade at BHS. Steiner is also eligible to represent 1 The public is invited to attendan : Bradford County property i Randolph Scott, Nancy Gates,_,!
I Advent Christian Service meeting !'lowness that work fire
awarded to the winners. :hurch hall. Assisting in serving In Noway Steiner says, he goes : Bradford High in athleticsif on plowing I I PLUS -
Southside Elementary Mrs. Moench received many were Mrs. Carol Gunning. Mrs. to school 40 weeks per year ,in- he wishes. He has said that he at the home of Morgan Harper lines: will start about Sept. 15. Circus of Horrors '

School PTA will meet at 8 p. m. lovely gifts in gayly decorated I Don Throckmorton and Miss, stead of 36 as in this country, intends to go out for track but blind speaker, at 3 p.m. Sunday County Ranger Jimmy Hodges

en Tuesday Sept. 6. gift box. Barbara Barnes. Mrs. Wade Pen- and six days per week as apposed not football or basketball. Whenhe To reach the home, go southon explained that the reason for Anton furring Erika Reniber

--- -- ringtcn was in charge of the to five here Norwegian students first saw the ,BHS footballers Highway 100 from Starke to starting now is so that all requests Plus Color Cartoon

bride's book.Following. such as Steiner also study 12 they were in shorts and Steiner Griffis Loop, then make a left may be handled this fire

LABOR DAY! a wedding trip to the subjects a year as opposed to- the concluded that it was just like hand turn, and go until a graded season, FRI., SAT., Sept. 9.10

Gulf Beaches and through Flori- usual five. taken by the average track, all you did was run. But road crossing is reached; turn We are still handicapped with DOUBLE FEATUREThe -

da, the couple will live at 2673 student at BHS. when the players donned pads and right, first house on left. our fire line requests to the extent Adventures of "' ,

Week-end SpecialsAt Forbes St. Jacksonville.The In school in Norway: last year began to knock heads Steiner con- that we have only one trac-

bride, a native of Buffalo, for instance, Steiner studied two cluded that they were crazy to CARD OF THANKSI tor in Bradford County to handle Huckleberry Finn .,.. -

N. Y., is a graduate of Northeast dialects of Norwegian, English play that way. And he says he plowing requests and fight fire Tony Randall Archie Moore
Low Low Prices High School. She attended (which he can speak and under knows nothing about basketball. take this means of thankingmy with. Hodges said. "We are asking Eddie Hodges z.=
Florida State University. stand However, he has tried water friends for all the nice gifts, t that all landowners call in *...
astonishingly well), French How To Make A
kung lowers cards, and other expressions their Bequests at least two or
A native of Starke, the bridegroom German, mathematics, geography, "It was fun he. said.
attended Bradford County history, chemistry, physiology arid The balance,, and strain onthe of sympathy during my three weeks prior to the time Monster )
Cah I legs Js similar to stay in the hospital. Your that they want plowing done.
WAYNE'SOwned SUPERETTE High School and Berry College. i gymnastics. skiing on snow Starring Robert Harris
I he thoughtfulness will always be remembered "We handle all calls ,first
Ke served four years in the Air Steiner, after attending a "pri- said Steiner is a long distance on a Plus Color Cartoon
Force and is an I. B. M. operatortor mary school" which all Norwegian skier back In his home country. call, first serve basisthe

and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil Prudential Life Insurance Co. children are required to attend. In Norway, Steiner says, the Clyde Kelly. Ranger said. "We urgently re-
of America. most popular games are soccer, --a-- --- ------- ,
Store for -
Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwanne esven years, is now enrolled Itt "'- -=-
671' W. Madison Phone' WO 4-9231 the U. S. equivalent of an advanced .I handball (not the type 'played
Covered Dish Supper here) and some golf. Most
high school translated into popu
We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity Given For HusbandsBy English' "gymnasium." He also I lar with the youngsters in Norway DENMARK'S
Finland .
and Sweden he
attended "real school," the most
Vfe Give Family Stamps Winsome Class applicable translation th English, ing"says,when Is a game called "orientat- Sale
for two years before entering into English. ;
Members ot the Winsome class gymnasium year before last. This is a game where the young

HUNT'S 14OZ. of the First Baptist Church met The "real school" prepares sters run in the woods and use

Ii each it the Kingsley Lake home of promising Norwegian,students for compasses to find spots on the

CATSUP 19cI their teacher, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. I "gymnasium" In two years or map.But "
I "' Tuesday evening for their annual I teaches him even with the great dif-
an occupation In
(1LL FLAVORS '" ,. "' 1 covered dish- supper*( fpr their threJ *r. I! f 'i"':'t' ferences in games in and Norway'and America, TO MAKE YOUR, STUDENT A BETTER STUDENT
This everything else
2 for would be Steiner's second
JELLO a 19 attractive 'I Steiner can look
The refreshment was year of three in "gymnasium";; forward to a I
with a chartreuse cloth He is taking the science pleasant year's stay here. The

Blue Bird Pineapple, Grapefruit end'a wooden bowl centerpiece:: y I in hopes of someday becoming program chi and people here have been very kind PLASTIC TOP DESK IN WALNUT--- :'
filled with artificial fruit. I engineer. To hospitable, he said.Landowners .
46 become an engineer:
oz. 19'HERSHEVS :
The class presented
MunI I he will have to attend a Norwegian .
Jy with .a surprise birthday gift.
and I university for] five\ years Have
Twenty-eight members j l'-
I after: he is graduated fro'fr1"gyr'inasium
--51bs guests enjoyed this delightful, at-I I ." One Month r5i MATCllINOCHAIR.1i
SUGAR 39c fair. Mrs. Mundy's mother. Mrs. When a Norwegian student enters To .
J. B. Sapp assisted in serving. I
With $5.00 Food Order gymnasium he is allowed to Order
I II 'I decide whether he will study the SeedlingsLandowners Regular $29.95
PET Junior science program, })languages,

3 tall for I Board Meets or the arts. Steiner sate but he Is planning to order Now
MILK 3ge
{ a. II not allowed to choose his coursesonce tree seedlings from the Florida 95

_. The executive board of the he has entered that program.. Forest Service for planting this !

FRENCH'S Junior Woman's Club will meet I I They are set down for him in a inter have only one more month Only

MUSTARD ., 6 oz IOe tonight [Thursday] at 7:30: 0'- rigid schedule in which to place 'their orders. e

rlock at the home of Mrs. R. S. In gymnasium, students do not According to District Forester J, ..
Mullins. meet each class every day as do I"rank Lee "all orders must be ;

The regular monthly meetingwill I the high schoolers at BHS, but niaced b/ October' 1 if the land-

Frozen FoodsFROZEN be held Thursday evening,: meet each class a certain num- I owner is to be sure of, receivingall
Sept. 8, at 8 o'clock at the club j ber of hours per week according the seedlings he UNFINISHED' NATURAL
requests. OTHER DESKS TO 95
house. I. to its Importance For instance, The four state nurseries arexpecting $49. MAPLE and MAHOGANY
Hostesses for the first meeting I.1 the gym class meets only two, to produce
approximately -
SHRIMP 10 oz. 39 will be, Mrs. Jim Chasteen, chair- hours per week, Steiner says, but 140 million tree seedlingsthis

Lan, Mrs. Bob Firth, Miss Penny o i I other classes might meet as manyas year-mostly Slash Longleafand '
Hollingsworth. Mrs. John F. Mlt- : five hours week. ,
per Loblolly Pine. (
STRAWBERRIES 10 ozs. 23' ;bell, Mrs Randal Chitty and I i "I like your cafeteria.." Steiner sand at the miseries will remainat .11 :_

Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns. I says when stating that his school $4 which is close to the actual Solid Wood Ready To Paint I .. '
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BIG DIP in Norway has no such thing. He cost of production I j. t:<:
Picnic alsd said that Norwegian Other 1' : 1\
Family Supper studentsare tree seedling species being .1
LJ '4 I.lt
ICE CREAM Y2 gal. 59c For Mike ReddishThe not allowed to buy soft drinksand produced in limited quantities Only "

candy because they are bad fore; Red Cedar and Arizona Cy- :. i..

P. D. Reddish, family and for the teeth and body. press. $8 per thousand: Catalpa: Other Bookcases .
In discussing the mid-morning $5 per thousand; Yellow Poplar 95.
friends are having a picnic
Produce close
Specials "break" which has become the Tupelo Gum. and Bald Cypress J
supper at the Bill Reddish cottage In Maple Mahogany
custom at BHS, Steiner said that $10 psr thousand, and potted
Kingsley Lake tonight (Thursday .
U. S. NO.1POTATOES on his school day in Norway is six Eucalyptus at $15 per hundred.Lee Walnut with sliding Glass
: 1. for Mike Reddish who is returning -
= 10 Ibs. to Fort Benning, Ga. after hours long, but that the hours are also pointed out that the Doors.

.33cFRESI two weeks ,leave of absence. only 45 minutes long.,But, he said Florida} Forest Service superior
----- they get a five minute break before tree program, will continue this
i the first hour and after the Tear with about 10.000 more pot-

TOMATOES 2 Ibs. for, 25'c Judy Celebrates Cauffman 13th Year first second, a hour ten minute and before break the after fifth the, ted with pine branch seedlings tips from being pine grafted trees FOR THE STUDENT GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL

and a 25 minute break in the all over the state which have
U S. NO.1ONIONS Judy Cauffman celebrated her middle of the day. been judged to have superior

'. 3 lbs. for 19 c 13th birthday anniversary on BHS Principal Hugh 'Ingram growth: characteristics ( 3 -P lEe E LUGGAGE SET
Wednesday, Aug. 24, with a said the two courses that Steiner "Within a few years we expectto 4F ,
flumber party for four neighbor- most wanted to take were English hate SOO acres of superior'pine

hood friends. tree seed orchards from this pro- / Regular $24:.95 2 Days Only

Meat SpecialsHICKORY The group, including Judy'smother gram and then we will be able to .
Mrs R. B. Cauffman en- Junior Women !> offer for sale pine seedlings

SMOKED, SUGAR CURED joyed luncheon at ,the Garden Party At Lake which will grow faster taller and Samsonite Streamlite Luggage
with better form and
lb. Restaurant. ., .:>> more
PICNICS 33C volume 9'S
Members of the Junior -Wor.lan's than today's trees" Lee, Available in Saddle Tan, Rawhide
I Recent Birth Club their husbands and said. Forty-six- acres of seed orchard -

GRADE AWHOLE I dates, had a hamburger cupper were planted by the forest F ,. Ebony, Grey or Hawaiian .

lb. Bradford County Hospital announces at the Lavern Outlaw place on service for the first time last f
the following births: Kingsley Lake, on Aug. 20. It '0
expected that shipping of
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey C. Mc- Swimming and boating were,
CUTS HICKORY SMOKED Clung, Maxville twin boys Craig: enjoyed by the group before supper seedlings will begin Nov. 22 from
an of ,the, S
north Florida nurseries
Stephen. Gregory Lynn Aug. 27. was served. ,i + DELIVERY FREE
BACON p elb33 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Higgin- and on Dec 15 from the Herrin DELIVERYI
Nursery in Ponta Gorda.
bothara, Lawtey, a son. Randal I Beta Sigma Phi I

FRESH James. Aug 28. contact Interested the nearest landowners Florida should Forest "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" f

3 Ibs. for Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Gomes The Beta Sigma Phi sorority
NECK BONES 33c Service Soil Conservation Ser- '
|Starke a daughter Aug. 29. enjoyed & bridge and Canasta I
vice, ASC Agent's office
Mrs. F. theBruce
Mr. and George party Monday evening at : -for order Wants' and further .
SUPERIOR [red. Jr., Hampton, a son, l.ame of the president, Miss Loa-; formation seedlings. .
.. 2-1Jb. solids Franklin Aug. 29.Elementary. ise Stern on \

OLEO ,_ : 33c Home-made ,ice cream and '. Cash, paid for to G, clean eat I OF STARKE.. f

PTAThe rake were, served before. the I
FRESH SLICED 'a, ton .rags. No Khaki or wool I
games at the four tables ..'i: VSBrfnjrt- ,
BEEF LIVER .t lb. 33c I Starke Elementary PTI ,1Among those- attending w@re! Bradford County Tele- 434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke,. Florida

I will meet Tuesday, Sept 6. at 7:2: '6 Mrs. T. H. Slade, spans0r; and I I
.. -- -_. ", .:, : -I rnpn. 1
pin in the cafetorhun. Lire. H. Q Ritcndirec6rr

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editorIal fl IJ jmy life as did my father, my.betrayed again by Johnson for cratic State ticket, Tight down to ,, _
Farmers DiaryBy ,, grandfather and my greatgrand-i I sake of his own ambitions.: 1 1I t constable. I will not vote for ""-.. k. ,
father. And, Mr. Matthews we | Shreveport, La., Journal: "He ;,Kenn3dy, Johnson, Nixon or'' : r_ "' 1'

Sam : i have peen just as good Democratsand jis: despised by the. people he. be-i Lodge, nor any elector pledged to -- '_
McGarver ,aa er just as good Southerners as i'raved. ;' cither of them. } ;
E.ql uq l';' Division Formula.. I These notes just cover the 'f f you or any of your family ever I Nashville Tenn. Banner: "A I am, sir.Respectfully. '
=:[nave teen or will be. .
:1 ever political charaltan." -
r.ishlishts of vacation. What : [
our yours
Must Be Protected I I II t impresse us most was thegfacl I August- 25. 19O 1 ; I will not take time and space Florida Times Union: The' t tj t ti R. L. Richard -'<"" y ;
*!r. E. L. Matthews '' o say much about Jack Kennedy j j"ind j Southern Benedict Arnold." -
tha e person living. here can !' : Keystone Heights Fla.: : .? .
the i Owner and Publisher r.is Columta, S. C. State: "The I ,., i
On November
General Election ballot will be a proposal r socialistic ideas and the !
"uave so many points of interest Bradford' County Telegraph. i lour hundred: million dollar fam- i I Texas; Yankee." ii j '
to amend the Florida Constitution to insure continued: '' j
: close at hand and we by no''Staikc, FloridaDear ,' fly fortune earned i Richmond Va. Tunes Dis- i SEPTCT- "
equal division: of the State's race track revenue among the i j I f mainly ; -
1 i i rnean-J covered them aft, Right Matthews: throujh; the sale of Scotch whis-. 'patch. "Just another office hungry -, : ; < : ;i.'t.r
sixty-seven counties. This is the division formula in :
now I! I aza getting rather old to take '
I here in this county for instance. : key. So far as he is concerned, .Senator. !
effect, but which is under constant attack by the bIroup I pen news i
my in hand start I N
i a a S
we enjoy scoutng for the.original ; i am in agreement with Tom i Birmingham, Ala. South Maga-; .
ties who want the distribution made, on a population basisso j Duiing the past two weeksa- sites of Forts Harley. i paper: controversy, but your edi- 1 Anderson when he editorially said! sine: "A political ploygamist." I i : ";J
that they will get the lion's share. ion with Thornton and Joan j 'ttorial.I in issue of August I8th I'I < :
; Crabbeand Van Courtland and j: "If I were a Methodist and Jack Richmond Va.. News Leader: ,! ,BUMPE.D.
Hartley, we have enjoyed the .Jfor I tho.Indian village supposed {} riled me considerably, and what'ou ,Kennedy was a Methodist min- i, Lyndon Johnson the counterfeit !. .... h. .- *- i '
Although there seems to be little concern over it, up most perfect vacation, sight-see- 'I to be Jocated? near the Scout Hole j! have in this week's issue;! ester runnng for dog catcher I I i Conf ierate. In the South jofj j ;Q.U T t: OS

to now, the importance of this proposed ,amendment to !ing and fishing at wonderful. bridge. j j I headed "Democratic Turncoats would not vote for him for fear j 1960 as in the South of. 1870. a-. 1 ., "S .. .
small' counties, such as Bradford cannot be overestimated.Each places all within easy reach of I. I jI j Should Get and Stay Out" is enough that he would socialize the ken- ,carpetbagger may be bad, but aj t i All'Work.: Guarantied .
county including Bradford received home. And best of all, while One thing that to .make almost any good nels. { tt vftkJF ? .* **cKa: ;
$188,700, in racetrack our happened onr Jack, as you know, is a scalawag is worse. I .
funds during the season just ended. Of this amount, this was one of our best vacations our vacation was that we were j Democrat see red. Just to start : Catholic. I Sc. you may see that if I am CALL i .

the School Board's share was $107,220 r the County Commission it was also quite inexpensive. li-adly bitten by the fishing bug.*(right you can head your list of i i iI i Rather let us consider Lyndon i kicked out of the party as you j jPrepare j; ": '
i We now are excited about the !I "Turncoats" with my name, and ,! Johnson who to the i there I DICK SMITH :
a $71,480; and the Bradford County Hospital l received 1 4-onderful I'I win fee! honored. I am a Flbri-1: expects hold j are a good many ,
fishing available ,
$10,000, Iti is easy|p see, what this money means to Bradfordand I I 'ca Cracker born in Bradford South in line after being kicked I)other Southerners you are kick- .
coilnties. First of all Alice, who was determined -,I ; and we're going after I'in the teeth and handed about I'rig out. along wth me and Iatrony ; Phone iyp! 9-1572
other small the would literal have
county those bass that Countr, ,lived in, Florida all j II !
big hear
to see reaI'live 'gator we soj every Insult that Kennedy, .Hu- I suspect that
I a quite a few ,,
ly be bankrupt. Tax millage could not be raised sufficiently! ) :, in the wild, saw not one but two. much about. Like the one, told !ilert Humphrey Walter Reuther ;:here in Bradford, Union, and I For Quick Service '
to meet the operating'needs of tale county.. We had at. the fishing camp Seems slabs scales from a fisherman, and the''
planned to visit the ; and similar "loyal Democrats" !Clay Counties think pretty much
: Pratt St. ,
I 522
Fla. '
Okeefanokee; i was born, and to weigh the I baby was found to weigh 46 1-2.could think ; :
Anything that can be done to insure ,the continued dis- swamp in Georgia inj up. ss I do about this. i II f, :,
of race |j: hopes of seeing one there but I infant, the proud,papa, borrowed i:/ unds! Augusta, Ga./Herald: "South is !i I will vote the straight Demo- : '
trihution.. tracks funds to all Florida counties on
that was aftere
unnecessary I fL'
an equal basis deserves the attention\ and the solid supportof
(saw our first 'gator while fishing .
the less populous counties that have so much at stake !tin Orange Lake; It wasn't a big j ;, .

, For instance, Bradford would'' have to levy an additional 1 C one icrhaps about four feet long, |I IN STYLE. .

21 mills to make up the amount that it received from racetrack but it was a 'gator sure enough, D ANYWHERE, ANYTIME .-

money this year if it should be lost. Our schools alone and we watched fascinated as it' D.

ben e fitted .by $107,220 of this amount: during: the currentyear devoured a dead rattler. THE CAR COAT ; .

; and it is obvious what a staggering blow the, loss of Than while fishing out of WilLarti's Inc. \__ "

this amount would be if it were taken away. fisn camp on the Wacasasa Your Store :';!,..,,
River, we saw a larger one swimming I r '_' ..
Florida's metropolitan newspapers are already wheel ,across the stream. This one I l,. '..

ing up their editorial l big ,guns to wage a campaign againstthe did not put on a show for us, I

adoption of this amendment. But so far, little or noth but dived for the bottom and j e r .
; stayed there.
ing has been done by the small counties and the "rural S. .
press"- to promote! passage of- this' amendment which would I WhlIe. fishing there we caught #" >. "'"
place the equal distribution of race, track revenue on a firmer u wjJe variety including drum, I IV

fpundation.\ With little more than two months' to go !ed. fish' catfish mudfish and IA

before the'November general election it behooves the. small I I j even a sting ray. Stayed therepvernishl
interests the Idrura[ fish for i PETITES AND MISSES
county; and non-metropolitan} press to swing supper a
into action in an effort to see that ,this.amendment is passed. I plus: a can of Spam] and were Aj t1 .lc t REPEAT OF A, \:>.>ELL-OUT a i43 '!

"out or. the river early iithe, ;;: C A., AT S .
Those whp oppose the equal .distribution of race trackfunds morning,. where we got bug-eyed ; S LADIES

among the state's sixty-seven counties are either I ieeins the' wonders, of Nature. A'V

ignorant of or choose to ignore,'the, terms of the originalagreement. I close at,hand. 4 FAll !

,, S. You just have to, try-on our n w. p' A. N T I E S ;:
memorable trip was this e : r : '
FLORIDA coats .to realize 4fa
The Florida Times-Union, for instance, in a, recent edi i one, oat: to Itchtucknee Springs, WEIGHT ; .

torial points to the'"gross inequities""of the equal distribution I- near. Forl White, where we mar- how light and comfortable they RUN-,PROOF RAYON KNIT, FIRST QUALITY :

system. It bemoans, the fact that each $50,000 distri-i !j '.Vied at the beautiful colors of 'y t really are and still give you the, 5'

Lution of race track revenue means; eleven cents per person I Jhe: spring. and the interesting # warmth you,, expect in.a. .fine, C9a). >) SIZES 567REGULAR 49c Pro ,,. f
in Duval County and $20.83 in |! vegetation. On that trip we also ,
per person Lafayette.
What the Times-Union and other big city choose I vsited; old Tuskenuggee Methodist ', :; 'ONLV. ,
newspapers v I
Church I built in 18461 and .tl, t
.to, ignore however, is that the equal distribution formula :inspected the graveyard, where ,. 3 $1100- r .i

was a "gentleman's agreement" made many :years ago i in I1 I f the Indian chief Halpatter Tus- ,Pairs t !

the} Florida Legislature when the tourist counties werejiseeking j kenuggce is reported to be buried $ ::95 :

the support of the small county legislators in legal- (Thence to Poe Springs where we rtf' SIZES 89-1 I a : REGULAR 69c Er, t

izing face track betting in Florida'.' Th small counties, drove I!lied u swim ,and 'nearly froze to This rugged outdoor coat has a

a/nard bargain and finally agreed1.to vote for race .tracks neathin,. the 72. .degree. water i .' J 2 Pairs $1.00: knack for being right in style 't
only if the' "
tax collected
this -i '
money from source were divided i :: with dress or casual wear.
equally among all counties-share'ahd" share 1ike./ On"k another trip We headed OTHER LUXURIOUS SizES 36 TO 46 ,
Now that "racing is assured in Florida, north and went to historic Fern- -' -4
the big counties Usually Sold For 29.95 ,
would; like to renege on their agreement and divide the-racft.: "tindina and saw ,the docks which, ; COATS, jrlk9i I FIRSTvQUALITY BIRDSEYE; ; I
sere' the.starting' point for' the
trash money on the basis of population.., ,
l.-unods: railroad which came I I' t < ;:
"If the citizens of- Florida are wise in November and t:through- Starke on the way to : ,1'I. I

reject a proposal that would freeze.the-current +j Cedar Key and the jetties out on
unfair ']
tern into the state constitution, perhaps Duval's share sy 'the,j beach and the ocean plus .t ;, ', Buy Your Coat Now? / SELECT EARLY lAY-A-WAY '
fjsn: ,
the race track tax will increase," says'the times- j interesting visit at Port "'" OUR, ., ,REGULAR, '
i(Clinch. On the way home, came Use Our Lay-A-Way ;
Union editorial. I j over.; The Buccaneer Trail and : -: \ k.of.. ,, > -.;, $1.98 DOZ. Z ADVANCE FALLFEATURE
We, believe however I s stopped off at Fort George Island I
that the citizens of. Florida will !
mix a little fairness with their wisdom.: in November and will .J end saw the old Kingsley Planta- FASHION BONANZA : ,

vote to write the equal division formufa inia the'constitution i tion. ALL THE' IMPORTANT! NEW i BOY'S BULKY ORLON "
if they are told the facts of the original legislative 'I' x1 ;;: '
agree j Doi
Another trip we enjoyed was ,
ment. Nobody likes "welcher SEASON STYLES IN SWEATERS
a and that .
is\th.\ .rol in which c right here in Bradford County,' I
the big counties are casting themselves when they seek to I where in the company of Walter I JUNIORS AND MI : '
upset the equal division: formula. Now it iiip-fb'the small I and t Katie 'Wilkison we toured SE\ + An advance sate of the newest t

county officials and small county, newspapers to see that
voters are given the facts so they can vote intelligently 1 friends: ac cur' guides.1' Walter wns '
when) they go 'to the polls in November. '. J raised in this, section and :-he ? INFANT'S RECEIVING .. SIZES 6 TO 18.

pointed out ap of the old places! Famous Name Brands I .,.; REG. $3.98 to $4.98 :
and told us many Interesting
Student Absenteeism stales or the days oif his child "Nancy Greer" "Hope Reed"MANY BLANKETS
Costly hood. !

.S OTHERS If REGULAR 59c EACH :. j g ,
Student absenteeism during the 1959-60 term cost the
!Bradford.County'school system,between I! Took one day for fishing at San- '
i i\l state; funds. This, is the startling: fact that has caused !Beach ca Fe Lake and even out though from Earleton it was '1|i 95, -- t oo'

school officials, particularly at Bradford High, to institute a the wrong! time of the year and) 69816 2 ForGIRL'S 87 .

new program this year designed to eliminate! unnecessary the moon signs wrong, Thornton) ; t.I t.

able teetsm. landed a nice bass, while Sam 'got i i H
nothing but a few small panfish.Wch .i)
Jn Bradford High School, which has just under a he disowned''as soon as S. ,

thousand students, total days absent during the 1959-60; the bass was landed. Girl's "Nancy Noble". EiderlonPANTIES Boys. And Girls School WASH 'N WEAR' ,

term reached a staggering total of 11,097. School officials S 1 Lined t
are convinced that a majority, of these absences were not .1 .

necesjsary. _I' SHOE5'S: JACKET

The distressing fact is that many parents, rather than SIZES 4 TO 14 : REGULAR59c< Pr ,
cooperating with the school to (improve this t
costly attend l
aria; record, will attempt to "cover up" for their children ,

by writing excuses with, such vague wording as' the: child r, OUR REGULAR $3.98 FALL SPECIAL J v, r F .

"Fa3jieed.ed.at home," or that the student must go toJackspnville : f X11 4 I y

or Gainesville), buy a. pair- of, shoes. i L Pairs

This, is the type of thing that'the school's new attend r i

ance. counselors, 'viIlVo k. on this year in an: attempt to;
convince"parents, that writing excuses for such
unnecessary "
absences, is I an injustice to the. child, as. well\ as to the ,
school. A' genuine attempt .will be made to i
; ; jiaye-i i i\lqes 1 s. the b
only bonafide excuse for absences during the 1960-61 term. '
: DRESSE @AR Sr!> ,
Since the school receives around $. per day for each I

student\ who is in school, Bradford High's more than 11.000 TioUSERS
d jys absent, last year cost the school system: at least $22,000 Carefree Washable? _

-enough: to make a, lot of needed improvements"or. buy a ... .
l lot of needed Cottons That Require
equipment. But the, los, of money is, not the 1o ,fcM,wNh* wohing for Uncl a 1
only consideration-there is also the loss of 11000; days .EllA dwgh4 got.a loan from atlas. Or 1vo- lronin9 : Dark shade in tight weight
o( instruction to t ," ,
individual students. to bereekon'd. with. wash 'n wear materials .
Perhaps, many parents have not stopped to consider! -by'\._ Blends of Dacron, Comiso,
these serious consequencies when they write excuses to Our prompt, reliable loan, sen'ieeat. ,*, ,''""-,<;'..','
satisfythe frivolous : the, time. Cmderela",'f'_ '.'. : Amel
whims of their children: ''iris hoped J of emergency b ..:f. : _
that the new attendance regulations will enough to warn anyone's heart.We t. .
put a stop to: i and 1,. ,
this malpractice, and that school officials will have the ,! loan on can, furniture salary SIZES 28 TO 42

wholehearted cooperation of all parents toward this end, I;:I or other suitable collateral. joulglan.d'I .
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boyif fjt ,_Black; pateqt.' ; .

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zwe desires; ,of the landowners and )f CALL: OR BIDS ing tie following officers:
: Intelli- discussed the different conerVatlou' operators --
combines imagination. ; '
( Sealed bids wfll be received by GROt'P'iaama6.p.r. t
; the. Soil, Conservation iw
ri He is plan $
II. to practices. g T
igence I and willingness cooperate the Board of County Commissioners, two years. t ka
I with ot1ers1 the,order stated, ning to pu$.in Pensappla BaWa! 'Servijewill provide'-technical asdstaace -J Eradfcrd County at the Courthouse GROUP II. One Alderman for'
l ,L : his in the development.. of up to and not later than 10:00 a.m.LSeptember r
r. j fellow Guardsmen pastureson part-.of; \ two
for years.GROCP
Mlwi1t "His regard grass ,
y 12 1S60 for the follow .fl. A
:u ( extra effort and sense of farm, On the:'cropland he' will *ildlif? food areas: [ing: III' One Alderman- fortwo 1 Under Tfce Sin! -

'I'lespcnsibih'ty reflects' greatly on Use'a legume cover'crop la rotation .- 'tit'Leach uses the,,District's; One Seeburg See-Fog Model S1FtSA -; Inspectors years. For Said Election: ,
: ; ur I and I' Jiith.his Redding roto;lower to mow the weeds.in t LP-gas powered thermal aero-'
's the performance of. an NCO row crops. Mrs Margaret Blanbenship
f FO! fogging machine. To, be used i .
II (raises the standard of overall {I is. also>> going lo" thin out some of Ills permanent.pastures. for insecticdal fog and Insect control -I r.Albert'C. "Pee L. Crosby Wee" Dampier Jr. : \ ..-.. -
I efficiency for his unit. His persons [this! woodland to improve the ) operations. i: lie*. Erne!tine Denmark j

IIf j I :!'abilities) add'dignity to NCO'I Brewing: 'condition for the pine \OTiCI:: CHARLES Clerk A. of DARBY Court';I Albert Charles Foster Hardy j j! I 1 sin. .

rank price to his unit, and accomplishment :itrees.j NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEX */!:5 tt '/ Mr*. J. E. Hardy
I .'to the National THAT I, Dreama Hale 'Kldd Hall. 1'i Mrs. Peggy Shaller
f k 'rho' wa 09nTicb in the ,. i Ray acneMrs. Af
ma- .Clrenltnurt j
__ Guard," the order continued.' j C. 3, Blickensderfer plant r-f Ptadford County Florida Owen Vaughn I'| .
CWO Crosby>received the same ,serial, specialist with the Soil Con., it Ih* Pall term thereof. A.D.. 1959, XOTICE OF ELECTION: I| In Testimony whereof I hereunto ,
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r : -- of *f.. the offence of Forgery and ttertagr AfOt'ST !. !!ISO I subscribe my name and cause the 'I It.
"for his performance
" award .serration Service. visited the forgery and sentenced there- William T. Jackson Mayor of' Seal') of the said town to be here- j
1.IaptainChitty Presents Medals | iuties" in a,superior manner since i farms of Dr. J. W. Brownlee and *pr. to Five years will, apply for'mepry the city of Starke. Florida byi, unto affixed, this the 2nd day tf The fast, dean Air-,
[ !;tIle, unit was activated on Nov. 19, to the State Board of Par. virtue of the: authority vested! in rue f august A. D.. I960. i
: World War U. hiS outStanding J; B, White to observe the plantings -'3on! Tsllahaaiu. Florida at' Ui.'4>y law do'hereby rail an election I (OFFICIAL SEALS | uuyto paste... __'.:
1946 e f ter next ipg-ular meeting. tbe held at the Fire Station.. In William T. Jackson Mayor. i iMerrill !
w.ork.1n. public relations, o; Giant Striata and Inter-, Preama Oale Kidd Hall the aforesaid town by qualified I .UU-H: I A DOT AND
I I voters, on Tuesday September IS, .Edwards City Clerk IT'S DONE! \Jr.
Guard .
to National MembersRandal I find for his many extra duties 'media crotalaria. Brownlee is (Applicant)2t '.1 A. D., 19(6! for the purpose of elect- Sin 5t 'Ii I II I
using crotalaria for
fetid hours of work in promotingthe Giant Striata No meataevateahe,
Guard pro am.'' aj cover cro'p"in his pecan grove. I ;, runs up or dries out. .I

Randal F. Chitty, corn- performance: of, duty aided, greatly Jj B. White Is using the eatable !. the rirrult Please Vote ForRANUAL } Economical,too ... .
I mapdlplofi e-r of, C. C.. 748th I, and contributed: directly to this rrotaiaiia for a grazing and,cover 'J.djMar'clrait Court: 1.-s.4 of the'for,F.ltrl\1h'RtI.b- "PenPoint"the put* ...0.1
Qrd. BIL, Flortda National Guard unit receiving a superior ratingon. crapu D; Brownlee. told, methat feed Ceoiity. Florida. !.r t'hanerry II IIA wily where itit
.I Is pictured, presenting" Commen- the last several annual technical 4 has father planted Inter- FRANK Sf. VII TODD.-\RD. Plaintiff.' I F. (CHI TTl seeded. without -41i,
( 'latipn, Ribbons to ,,Sgt<( CharlesJ. I inspections and to the high ; njedla crotalaria a long .time ago JUAXITA. K. STOnnARD. Defendant : i 1 te. Absolutely
Schaefer M. Sgt. Robert WfDrak2. I state ol efficiency of., the unit," : and that stock would graze it before XOTICB TO HFFFND. nontozic.Over 5,000PMte ",

i and CWO A. L.'Crosby Jr. I the General Order read. "It was M anything else. J. B. White XOTICE To: Juanita TO \PPE.\R'E. Stnddard, I dot. without a
I ScBaefST: received the. Florida.i only thruugh. the great contri- i::5. *' ._ tells me his cattle eat Giant You are herhy notified that unit, FOR \ IeCOndJ. DrieliD ....
Commendation Ribbon from the 1 I button made by Sgt. Schaefer Striate. i! Crotalaria withoutapyy, for divorce and other/ relief has eeaily. .Rubo$ f.
State Military Department Office I IJ I and others that this unit was.able I trouble tnd that they make good been named filed Court against and cause you ,In and the you above are 1 cleanly.'I' ,
of the Adjutant General, for reucertng to maintain a high state of readiness t Soil Conservation gain on it. required to serve a copy of your CITY COUNCIL tool JOBS -
J uotstanding service since(I teachIng. and maintenanceduring ''The other day Fred Snell and answer or pleading the Complainton I ;a MADE EASYS1DbOOkt
: N-E-W-S: the Plaintiffs MackFutch
I attorney
,I enlistmeuu Motor Sergeant' the times the unit hasbeen Jake Fowler were discussing,wild S-- -P. O. Box 547. Starke, = (GrouprTwq) and PhotoAI. .'
his unit he bas done an 'outstanding i redesignated.in recent years! I' By Bill Haaa !ife food areas The planting Tof, f'lofida'and file the original In the 9 II O hEp bums.Packa1Kslid Gitt ? .,..
of net of the" Clerk -a
I :, Job in the performance I II Through his sincere devotion to 800'C nsen'atioD'SHrlee food strips for quail becoming. ; Court on or before of the the 16th Circuit day SEPTEMBER 13, I960 PARENTS' Wrappint School Book ,,'
I ot maintenance and care of unit duty he has reflected, credit: upon one of the. outstanding conserva- o f..September A D., 19611; otherwise Coy us A113 tadCraib, ,*!
Vehicles: and equipment. At one himsslf and his unit" A conservation, farm plan was j tijin practices in this 'area. The the be allegation! of said Complaiutwill 9 1' -,
1. taken
developed-for" farm of. A as confessed by yon I 1I I I
time the unit had 28' vehicles and Sgt Date received the com- Soil Conservation. Service recognizes This notice shall be published It t I SPECIAL
il trailers 'on 'hand in' addition mendation ribbon for his devotiono Redding, located ii} the far northwest that fish and- wildlife ontlje once each week) ,torfnur_ consecutive OFFER /ill ,
of Bradford County. weeks in the Pradtord County Tele-! "A With Experience Who is Running Paste Pen .
t > generators and other ordnance duty, intelligence, and loyaltyES corner firm lands are agricultural graph. Young Man with

ems that required maintenance.gt. a Guardsman together with a Included in the plan Is a conserva-,I clops and that, the planned production -I Dated V1'8' %!nd day of August, On His Record." J jr FREE Refill.. "." ,
Schaefer spent most of his <)igh degree. of enthusiasm and |I ton-plan. map.showing the fields of such fish and wildlife i A.n. Is6oSEAL ; I I II \II "a'
4?( I \ are planned for t CHARLES A. DARBY He Will Be, Grateful Fur Your Vote i Bradford County
I unit. | practices .
end care of this equipment standards achieved by his tipn the I use. In accordance with ('lerk'of, the Circuit Court,I
ft>ra period of, seVeral years. (Drake has served as First Sergeant '' them. While walking over the programs and work plans of; By Dorothy W. Falling' And!: Support j tlllI
'"This, extra.jft'fort.and superior. for the past 10 years and he farm. with Redding and. two sons. soil conservation l districts and the 4\p--8/15 Deputy Clerk I Telegraph

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Starke. lot in :J. M. Johns 'Subr r ther wttl the completely destroyed -I Carl H. Smith. 709 Oakney Road;I I.per month plus the porponlonate

Land Sale Boosts County'sAug. pnlsion. $3,300; the corn. Jacksorvllle Arlington 11, }Florida cost .>: publishing itVnotice. (t'n?
Large -R. When rou read this most of I sole owner. lea tlis amounts oppoaite UtI.'
Vincent _
Viola G Osborne to I I below Before th
Dated this SOtu day of July I960 name ,we paid ?
mith, Stake, 35.53 acres of land. the children will be in school. il? I at SUike. Bradford County Flori- fifteenth day vt September, lit
granddaughter will'be a sophomore -1 la- 91| 4t J.I3 tax etecnttonr ,.1tm1.., tbtresa
Property Sales To $145,250 14003. in high school and my I and be delivered to the. sheriff for
J. :I. Surrency to Morris E.1 1 1I levy upon Any property, *.4l. personal .:
I Inu grandson a senior happy U(
Starting Graham one acre of, __ or mixed" belonging- ui )
I Xotice is that the
-- well! hereby given taxpayer, lot unpaid taxes, penal
:: al1tha. they aredoing so. :
lollowii-g described lands will bet
and $10,400. land, $1bOQ.Hoil.s atll. Ttx
hundred sixteen acres \ ties vadditionai .t
: I have a niece that received herMaster's Mid at Public Auction on the 2tth., ,
Knight Holhs V. ef dellaqvent intangible p r-
of Bradford County land sold for I i George A. Palmer to James W. V. to Degree.. education this : day of September 19(0 at Starke. renal aaineh: JU',tietU' taxpayers and flto!

443.803: to boost property transactions Thomas, Starke. residence. $4.- Knight Jr.. Jacksonville residence, ___ : the County; "1 Dradford. $tate. of amount of taxes, tacts;)Ukgt the cot
summer, j Florida! to pay the amount due far'tcxcs
2 to $145.- I I ,$8,000. of ad/TtiMns and ptaaltitfs are a i
since August 550.Cecil So t cue marches on. At this> herein t et opposite to the follows
250- R. Moore to A. E. McKinney. Dorothy Agnes Swanbom. ad- erne together with all costs ot suchi : ,-
I E. late in my life. I have the desireto _
ministratrix of the Evelyn i sale and advertlbing. -1-
sold Staike three lots 3500. ; i
by .
The 216 acres were ,,' study again in a University, i Lot ;2 in Indian lieixh Gold Hous* Resta'urintr IUS'
Florida Penn Investments a James W. Thomas to Merrell !Wlielan Estate. to Joseph B. Bak- learn the things and keep Elmer H. Bone HJ.J3 Calvin J. Houpt 1Ut:
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Jackbonv.llc' corporation. to Universal. Dees, Starke, residence. 6500. I Ken Jr.. Lawtey, residence, $8- ___ jo Lot 1 of Blk 13 In L T It.Co's Marie r> Houpt l.Zl'
IIs7Y abreast of teaching and the times.I I SD John H. Hicks S1.S1 'I'SSr. --
Inc., another Jacksonville Norma Celestina Canova to 1 100. Jj4 t: hope some time I can attend. Com at SE Cor of NE14 %un Id House Restaurant 11."
firm.Prircs. i Theodore Thurston Fox Starke Purris Brown Selma Eunice: \V 505' for Fob N 1S20' Calvin J.t. iUrlts. D. Haupt, 1U4
I I might study by correspondenceBye W 55: ftn S 1257' Sely 63.5'18.5'' Farm: Hone & ,..tutouSUilPlJ U.Tt
; of county land sales are icsidence in Saiatoga Heights. Rebel Mallie Prevattt. George
; I now. God bless you all. tn PoKKejbtone J ,& J Building Supplies 43.40.
figured fro mtax stamps affixedto $14,000. Fonzo Prevatt and L. C. (Carl) LOVE MOTHER LURA. Services Inc. 25.92 J. R. Kelly, .

deeds filed in the county clerk's L. E. Jones to Carl H. Smith Prevatt to L. c.. Prevatt Jr., parcel J. R. KELLY ',,Tax ,Collector., Bradford
Tax Collector. Couniy, Florid*. It
office". Other transactions of $1.- Jacksonville residence $8,500. or land $1,200. NOTICE OP INTENTION 9-1 4t 9-22 -- ... ..
MOO or more are: E.: M. Brinson to Idwae H. Wins Tennis Tourney REGISTER FICTITIO18 XAME -
Notice Is hereby given that the -
Lutncr C. Powell Estate to Owen Jr.. Jacksonville. 40 acres nndersigned.' under the provisionsif -\OTICK OF UNPAIDUEUMllEXT \'l.C.: r. <;..

Bradford County Hospital Cor- of land: 6000. Kelley Recovers Chapter 20.951, Laws of Florida : INTANGIBLE: '
George Pierce; local attorney,_ beat out Harold ''Davis to, win the lets of 1941 will register with the PKKSONAI. PROPERTy TAXES ivtras/l {/I:acre ground"on bard
3.24 Whitehead
of land. $8.-
acres Minnie Bessent to L. K. -*
Tennis Tournament Recreation 7ierk last the Depart-
000. Waldo, lot in Bessent .Man sponsored week by for Bradford County Florida upon Acts ot 1941 notice Is hereby mighty to :drink 1ae..It men
ment, Director Bob Benner announced. receipt of proof of publication of given that Intangible '
. Sterling S. Sawyer to Vernon or. 1500. After Close Shave personal property of
this notice: the fictitious name ofLARL'S taxes assessed for 1951 and .'trenjtl. mingle strong
Buff 111. residence Lot to T. Hazen Jr.. Pierce took Davis in two straight sets 8-6 and 6-!. Davis gained
Springfield: Ensey C. ,' ICE CREAM AND DRIVEIN. 1959 are now delinquent and be,drink" (Isaiah 1:%:).
'. i the finals by beating Dick Belse 6-S and 6.4 in the semi-finals. under which I am engag d In ginning with April 1st such taits I '
business 1H inlleg South of La ..tey,
I [Continued. From Pace 11 Pierce beat Marion Harrington 6-4 and 8-6 in ,the semi-fmals. -- .


tart the blood flowing freely .: PHOKE WO-.4>4U3 <

OF CITY OF STARKEI gain, and continued pouring DisracnvE. WElLS
wn,,WIRE; ....Ot.U.AKTWUJtUI'U. ,
kerosene on it. bC

respectfully submit myself to you ,as a "In my excitement, I ,must have 7Th Lt$1UJ TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED SLNOEft!: -'SOWING MACfllKBrevrvsenuthr .

re-election The swallowed more than I intendedto
Candidate for to City Coun. will bin Bradford

cil One. ," Kelley commented from his ._ .. Co landays and Friday For turtle -
Starke Florida Group WF.MORI4I.B AKD nBSOUmtmi 4 Oftta "'... on -
his doctor P. G. U1"k machine writ
bed, and ,
hospital \ 20 WORDS OR LESS Ome Im. rti.B (111.1... CkirjrrtRACH __ .n I or -till singer Sewing Machine <:fek
MY PROMISE TO YOU IS, Felos agreed. Kelley was definitely 4i4W2' 402: N.: Marjon St., -r Ffcon ISO,
Leke' :itT, :r1ll.Tfch..
a victim of kerosene poisoning ,

I will continue to work for the best interest as well as rattlesnake bite. -_ -__DOPICA.NECLIWWherein : ADDITION 90% DISCOUNT WORD ON OVER REPEAT M -f\SEAT10ftS---_ _!CAD r__ 4e At Per W." i.AKEit 'V BEACH / COTTAOE3

of the City of Starke at all times. by the time he reached the hOspital -: .oldFashioned X*<< ADDITION FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS HOT'PAID lf! ADVAKfftVPE low.-Electric Swim"kitchen.pltnlc, fish R.,e Can rve Waldo.your.

!, although he managed to the stammer Chocolate HO 1 8-.S3J3. or see Mrs. A. Comer,
YOUR VOTE FOR MEin walk in under his own power. golden Potato Cake ---- I I Earleton, P1*.. :3Hchg: II:,
days are gone. The dusty days of !: HAVE: a n'w lu in program tot FOR SALE
Two 1 'short-
Violent vomiting followed however cups sugar, cup Loan of I to C year Ready mis Foil
farmers. concrete
Autumn tell us that another sea- concrete block, SAUS Brced.ag' aae registered *
city election on Tuesday September 13th and "the odor of kerosene :ning. 4 eggs 1 cup sweet: milk for the entire credit requirement 'ont-s: fence. posts. sand cement Anpps\ Bulls. Prkc: reason
will be appreciated. son has begun. Each' season has 12cu') mashed potatoes 1 cup oC the fanner *n* his faro VIoUr mix, rock steel\, oyster shell, able. Doyle Conner, WO 44501.tfchg
observer '
filled the hospital one Its beauty. tty. Gainesville Production Crea Liaierock and Rotf Gravel. Phone -
commented. It required four anti- \ chopped nuts; 2 tsps. baking powder Association. Uo flortn MainGalneevlUe. \V04-25i. Bradford Engineering .
The ripened" green of summer ; 1 tsp. each of cinnamon, Fla. tfch Co. tfclig Cash paid'fir road, clean, col*
to Kelley
ORIE bring
A. WIGGINS ,venom serums .
Wilts nutmeg. and. 3 cocoa ton No Khaki woet
around, Dr. Felos said. Ordinarily tablespoons RADIOS REPAIRED ;gs. er
-_ one is sufficient to do the job. Earth rusts.; and for an amber and about 2 cups flour. A pinch. AD Hake. .All ...4etui.aabl. .. I Complete T ee Bring t.. Bradford Crafity Teltf*

moment of salt. Beat well and bake in a.r. pan.t. I De-Moss
; Although recognizing the effectiveness a SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV Priming Bracing -

of the serum Kelley A tum l'S golden _dusts burns large loaf pan at 350 degrees. 1iaa'Gree.r Ow.er big Cavity Work Tree Re- rraph.REPOSSESSED
413 Call 8t. P.... WO 4-WOI
Children like to lunch this mo\al 1'ran5pIantlnrSapp' "
believes a higher power also hada out its brittle! life. on Starke FU.COtOMAIi -

MONEY hand in his remarkable Jecovery. But as: the planet tilts. winter- when they come from school with
milk. Good luck. Tree SurgeonsPETE SPINET PIANO
Like some bustling housewife a glass ot FLORIST s .
roommate I
hospital .
"My says HELPFUL HINTS: To make ice Only F. T. D. FJorUt In -fitarke. I
SAPP Owner
prayed a solid two hours afterI Tid'nes aggrieved brooms Flowers wired any. place. Flowers ,
got in the room," the Brooker the world" clean cream sandwiches for the children for all occasions locally. Phone STASSE PHONE WO 4-33M 19.5OPer, .. Month -
take 2 graham. crackers and WO 4.1291. set,East Nona: St tfchg -
.. farmer says. "And I'm sure that That spring be Also Complete Line of
WHEN may properly press ice cream between the two. '
had a lot to do with it." apart-
received. FOR RENT-Furnished
: Keep in refrigerator freezer. To Near
Reasonable rates.
Kelley hopes to be able to re- No matter' what ,you sing. 1 lenew stiffness in hat veil, spray chopping ments. center. Phone WO $-!Oilor AND, ORGANS
turn to his Brooker farm within WO 4-O77ievenIn or call at 213S.
Each; season.-is its own best with hair spray and let dry and '
YOU ..". the next few days, but it will reason.: :;:ress. When cleaning a chicken Cherry f St.: (Shell Oil Co. Office.tfobg)! From $495.00 .

: .'" likely be some time before he -
; ';"Charles Lee. gizzard hold under cold waterto
has full use of his Injured leg. HASTINGS MATTRESS MUSIC CENTER
chill and the lining. will peel .
NEED : "*I was getting ready to fix:: This has been a glorious sum out easily,, 'I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 10:54: University Are.

that fence'so I could plant a patch mer. Only a very few hot days
I hear the little bird that sings
710 Lemon St. PaLitka 1 Gainesville, FU Ph, FR 6-4113
of turnip greens." he says some arid ach night cool enough. -to "Pee-Wee" fall. 'It comes f
IT what wistfully. "JJbw I guess we'l] sleep beueath a blanket Already through singing and then moves'i Furniture Repaired. Upholstered Our, Salesman is in 8tarke

just have to get along without: now the -feel'of Autumn is in:the on. The wrens have gone and the & RefinishedMATTRESSES Every Week. -.: .

those turnips." air. My:garden is about harvested 1 # '
iobins 40 not sing as they usedto ,REBUILT ._ FOR KBXT Furnished! 1'bed ropa
; Irish potatoes are dug,, and, last spring.;: There seems. to upstairs apartment; Mr*. Paul, Raytuond. -
dried anc in baskets to. betakento be a lot of young robins and they New Innersprings For Expert Tree Surgerycall Out ?41 8; "Water. tfcS

LOANS TO $600 Sparks Heads the cold room. My onkms, are hop about on the lawn lookingfor and 'B Springs % -Agent -FOR RENT';--:Furnished1' tbe'drooiohou

pulled ana cured in baskets ready buss. It makes our pup Call 224N.TemplePhone WO 4-8W5 fit Lake gt. Modern conveniences. -
for winter Drop Us a V4d0! Cat range and gas *qt w*{ef
keeping and
eating. I.
For Any Worthwhile Purpose Gabby: want to try to catcha them. : heater ,Neat"tlCltoof.; } ;Phoft WO *.'

'.-...., .- Demo Campgii will ,soon have my six-gallon jar We :have to Jaugh.. < PALATHA. EA, y 5-0163, CALL Jackeon for" top fill cr1.bulldtsing 574*. Mra.---4I-. ftttf Is, UI McMa-
full andgrading.. W T. bone St -- -_ tick .
.. ot sectchunL pickles. *I STAiuat'WO ,45934UBS. .. : !
c .' ftbritook me riding Sunday: for Jackson WO.IIU.. 'tfcht -
!made dill pickles too and sauerkraut
TAXES an hour We went away over in PEQGY SHALLEK, Starke, STAMPS JpiCfa\ -it.Acqua1tJd
Life is so fuU and won- Offer _Two mounted" ptge of scare
bedroom apartments.\ *
Continued Irtc f 1] and two
BILLS- Age theySilver Creek Community. One
derful! Areat and water Included $45 per Belgian Congo;* one. ,mounted pig
MEDICAL EXPENSES ,, ,Ther.s:! where they had hail. I -. Light Inquire in rear. 511 S. Epperson' of Angola meat beautiful stamp
Just hod One of me. tfchf In ths world. Bonus rift for quickreply.
companj all .. Kirehaine.
fields Y.1.
.REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS he says., Don Jr.'s The lovely corn are INTRODUCTORY St. On, Mt= of Morocco. ,Mounted
: And about office holders anc I old friends now is married riddled by hail.. And they toldus One iroomfurnish collection f(; aot mounted 83.,Supply -
: .': CASH PURCHASES and lives in Seattle. Wash. FOR RENT IImi e4. Contact Betote:Drugsor
others who profess unwillingness th; hail cut a strip .six, miles OFFER ed house, all utilities : Also one 5-
< ETC, 'I They have anew babyboy. So houseBoth very Bert Chrliteffers Sr., KeyrtowHelgrta. ,
\ .: .- .to "vote for a Catholic president. !. they rame.calling to let, me see wide 'anei'ran man? miles. Far- Engraved BusinessStationery room reasonable.unfurnished,Apply Stars & Stripes 'Fla... :3tchg 1(1.| ,'
LE S2781 -
"Well they are glad to accept Grocery. Kingsley Lake.Ph. :
the' vrautiful baby boy It made __ Uch FRIGI0AIRE

:, Catholic votes when they are running : me'happy to. think, young people .I 500 Letterheads APPLIANCES .
for office themselves aren'1they FOR 'ilEXT 4-room
Prompt Service With remember and want me to see the of land, modern con. ..'
!house. acre GAs
? Mr. Sparks replies. dar1in; baby. 500 Large Envelopes vnIeaces$25.. Mrs. May Jordan. Rt.

1. Box :47.2 m\\.. east on Hiway U. S iea & Service *
I 500 Business Cards '
was so happythe other day Phone WO 4.0945 Stchg tll|

Money Problems Booster Club To to have $: letter from a former ITtSSOHANDV- FINEST.ENGRAVi d STARKE RADIO & TV
Meet Next ThursdayThe ClafIll boy. He is now in College Choice building lot on, west side of ,P&one! WO 4.8311

i' : at Nashville Tenn., studying r SAVES YOU TIME ALL FOR: 48.05'Plate Klngclev Lake. The lot is in good

first fall meeting of th(! :to be an embalmer and mortician. AND THAT JUST neighborhood has available.deep well, good FOR 84Ii-FIveom: block house.
water, electricity
STOP IN OR CALL'TO'WN Bradford Booster dub will be helc I His name We'stberry Griffis. DA40Y Included Sistrunk Feed and Seed Co.. owners will lie)l reasonable. Call WO 4-08(1
109 Cttiter St. 2tp 9/1
i in the high school cafeteria al the same as his grandfather. r.-q' 2tchg 9/1

7:30 p.m. Thursday Sept. 8, ac. whom I knew quite well. This BRADFORD COUNTY FOR SALE At cost remaining FOR SALE-Modern three bedroom

cording to an announcement bj)r roung man is 23 now, so was only TELEGRAPH freezer supplies. Wrapping and paper Mr. tn rame River hone with and Hlway 4 acres frontage.of land." -

the president. Bob McRae. a' ;small boy when I left Clay Titus plastls: Olson bags, cartons 218 S. Walnut tape.St. Contact.'owner HI fHITT. or P. O.

FINANCE CO. Ail members and prospectiv. Hill but,he says he well remembers Modem Mechanized'Egg Farm-Ap- tfchg Box -iH. ._Iftr.rte> $ 2t. 9/1

new members who are interestein I me and has. always enjoyed ptox 10,000 Chicken 77 Acres WANTED Registered nurse or SJX! BXK>M HOUSE FOH RENT near
Modern 3 CCS Lake Front
any sort in the school athletii. !.his Clay Hill ..Echoes. He has Home. Cold Bedroom Storage Work Shed licensed practical nurse for floor farmer Market' furnished. Mr. S.

1U- w. CALL ST. program are urged to attend thi:; been with a' Funeral Home in 'i Jeep. Truck All Equipment IU.OOO duty. Apply Doctors Hospital tfchg W. Halite, phone WQ,4S3J1ttctig
Down. Inspection By Appointment.Phone ,
Macclen since graduated Efficiency ,
; son RENT Furnished
Ph WO 4.9091 Starke, Fla. planning meeting. [rom high 'school. So time Keystone 4227. C. 3t O'Conner.chgd 911| cottage for bachelor. Across KL'fGfiLIlY: LAKE HOME for ,8al.r .
from B. H. S. Modernistic design. ) Rent. Nv ,air, cottage and tare
marcn' on, ana each of us should -" _
dock Rent
Call WO43374 if planning 'all Mrs R@nnt'r0 4-5744 tfchg IvJnt .1-9Ult. $100
.. Go. set as good .an example we you are per month -(or 19 or'11 months each
-_ ; -T_: ___ : as on seeding: child tp kindergarten
-- -- ------- --- -
-- furnished down payment
-. ,, lOiow how for we do not know HEADQUARTERSFOR la September. Mama Priest. FOR RENT4 room on
houM 308 South Water St. Up >urcha.KBaia, c| a8.jI30-per month.
what youngster Is taking pattern 7tchg 99| Phone f fpvankUaJ3ll. Gainesville

from lives. Now FOR RENT -:I bedroom house, attractively Fia., or write V. Q. McCoy Jr., Boa.
our one of my WAITRESS WANTED Apply in : furnished central heat- 111. CalncBrUlo. Fla.
Fri. Sat. _- ONLY nieces has married a mortician. person at B & G' Truck Stop after Ing. Immediate possession. Kings- "J < Itchg-!/:>
1:30 p. m. 3tchg 9/1 WO ,- .
So we are. fast becoming a family ley Lake. Mrs. Kincald.. ph. Uchg

of morticians. It is a wonderu1 1411. FOR BALE
FOR RENT -. Very nicely newly '
ZBR--ClS--.Ildw FTa. Room ft
profession. rI7F1 decorated apartment. Private bath FOR SALE Remington auto- fir.
and entrance. Suitable tor bachelor matte shotgun. Mrs. W. E. Middle- enclosed ante Furnished-Uanr
FRESH! NORTH CAROLINA -" or couple.! Call WO '-UU. or 570 ton, 406 N. Walnut phone WO 4- extras, 1 t/$ acres round. on bard,

c Grand Jury W. Call' St. Itchg I 6601. Itchy III .road. -Near Ab Keyftont cSifavU .horn Ifta.BK >prox-.9

lb. Florida 90'i. Strawberry :acres. IJoO" on Hwr 103' between
1.- FOR SALE Concrete block four I FOR SALE -
PEACHES room house and bath. 29 acres of plants. J. D. Starling., McClen- Starke k Kejr.Ume Hti. |1168.
To Investigate'McVay land. 2H miles from town. Barn ny. Fla. 3tp tin| C. J. CrCO>7fOB. Phone. 481T KtyHelirhU -
stone Fla. tttiMAKK
deep well good water eleetrltitT.11
bistro nk Feed and Seed .., owners. FOR RENT _Furnished garage
MurderAssistant Ztehg '/11 and furnished house on ) ME AN' OFEH
LOCAL GROWN Klngslty Lake. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, FOR SALE by retired Minliterleaving '

PONT DELAY I hone. WO 4-1031. Itchg with a town.rood A monthly real boms JnconJe tor, you Uptalr -

PEASKENTUCKY lb. !lIT" State's. Attorney I' ,,, Christmas will be here before yon FOR ,JALEZ bedroom house on < >, two S room aP9nments, eora-

I Mack Futch aaid.yesterday that a now it. AVON offers yon a won- Alton Road. Call WO 4-2911 after ole I' furnished'and. rented.electric Private ,
; o 2tp 9S! m trance., 'gas apt
Bradford County grand _jury will derful. opportunity to, help make .m ,cwe' <<-

be called into session at 9. ajn jour Christmas a merry one. Ine Sewing machine will sell cheap. Down9talra. S large rooms nnfurn- ,

RED RIPE Friday, Sept. ,9, to consider the Write: Onida C. Sweat P. 0 Box .Can::... ..be,. ,"..11>**n gt at the Recreation Cen-up shed beater, V-rWmdj Urge> porches, 79 ,CaL't ear'-.water...,,,.. '

:ase .of U C.McVay, Sr.. 91-jtear-; 540. Un Oak; Fla. Urge itorage rooms fenced 7rdsj_
Will b t r-8lt weekends onlv.hamn Property m 5-.1 condition A Ir
-Starke'resldent. with
old : charged ; lnv..tmeat for you. Rev. Jamea W..t
TOMATOES' Clnff WO !9-214 2tp >!:1
slaying hiS daughter-in-law, Mrs. EVENING- CLASSES for adults. AU Jones, l un Liberty St, la.CkloDvl1W
4_ Fit Phone Prln -1081. ttg,. I
Gladees Goodson McVay on Au subjects. Credit if wanted. Write INR RENT 3 bedrnom unfurnlsliP ,
I gust 2L '_ ..* SAFER Director Pox! 1190. Starke,. or call .4 .... <>, Water end mice heater YIELD -:
w. Cull WO-4-5071 or
ill Sonth Sf.
WO 4-J07J. or 7UU Adult Education
GA. NEW CROP SWEET McVay ia held without borid'lnthe Office. usa Bid*. fo(. additional ._...+ ef ."I II .1r Ito 'REPREsENTATIVE '' ..

Bradford County jail and ,has DEPENDABLE information. Negro adults I
contact principal JUE School. Uchg q'p' LEHli: Cnnjet Dnde.oggpT1in A local firm bM poI.|.
POTATOES i-. air not as yet, requested a preliminary 'rendition. Radio and heat. that onUS J' mKd.; Pod-rttotidei'

hearing. He told officers that Pyrofax Gas Gives FLORIDA |0 strawberry plant. 'T. $44. Can hn finine d. Johnle work, iavrivfaif wUectlons ,an4*
and lavender wisteria Tines for "qnsep. P. O. F' x 107, tarke or
ie shot Mrs McVay, Jr. because ale.- See Mrs. Charlie Cowart. ....-. ".."..t '-2I.! Jt"hr ''3 credit to l ...$. We perlde joaf I

ihe...t objected to his living with: _hud .You A Written Hem r<)m' Sprln a. Itehg t/l ","oq Qy 11'': -......... ....t..heD u..."..t. wWi ,M mothe4

YELLOW his.son. He said he accused .... .... -__ 'f.'flu .% ......... u...... '
Guarantee of ,100 lbs FOR REST Furnished ftttracUr The nun. selected lor this posl- I
Mrs. McVay of breaking! the one bed-room apartment across Von should be tanbitls s.'and have
lb. I home of"his-son and his first wife Per CylinderEi from B. H. 8. CaB Mrs. J.enner i.i Y j hodriwvm '81JPwith oltoa. I
sntomai4" far :
SQUASH !IF. WOnit.. tfchg M'ty F'W'rrI. 00? qnaHfioiUflaji. forAge pB
\nd feared that, if he fere put -'"".-. e.e. va'.e. S L4A*.. ('nrn.rM U t-opiaf: rredl expert ,
-' -4 fit. p.-
'L out, of the. .home'he, would" have! HOMES FOB BALK -0: j .si I.ph.. Ol rnee act ibwiuterj neceaaary, as
no place to Gosd wIlbresiaabk d.wa I (
go : 1 .sy..e.i. cad balances like rest. .1dli ..__ ___ ...._....-.I ._ we wM _twte"-yon. college e4ttcti .
The \rgument"ccurrecb ut Ala .... eel ,*rrgt u. a fctireatata ; .-..---. C', !if. Church Pt P'o.... : o helpful but B9t aeceuarr. i
Sunday "-Aogv-21, as Mrs! la Cltf ... at KEegs1eLake. J .... ..
run. n .,***. t'r" I Thin 1. "a perniet tloa3iltl :

BILL and JIMMY DOWLING McVay"waa preparing lunch. The A.J. Tkwvui, Beaitvr "'All t L'S' T.ftftft ..., ft "01n... $ adynciutaf d Ya.hIaMe ,j jemo7to
aged man,went into tefor' bedroom : It tll,. l.op. Jt Ar _-.. Pleas. p13104't tnelltL ': I ILoaJ'
his ---,,-- ... ,....-_...;.* ?td'It. */J t
shotgun McVay ran
Pound r hound red and I Finance'
IB City; Company
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from the kitchen into:the .carport, white cpeckled: female.. 1 brown bo i I vnR .n.w ;
Across the Street from' Setzer'sE where ahe"was felled;by a.charge 'and cur patch dog Owner Dlll3;r ....- ...It ...... 'R.'t" 411 TTftrtH : Titoct Street.: j
'' have by paying' board.and adver- th4ev nln- 1 '-", :
of buckshot fired into her head: tlsla& costCotflOe$_ City. Police11ghz. Oe 1' ftoM. ee P-i1h' IIIIIP"I1-1 Leers In Tlyli: : 'Contsci Lacy,Coa- ,

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"!. FLORIDA. .SEPT." 1. 1960 ,

a little proof-reading aground i i 'AAAAA.WUAkAAAA .A.L
School Executive boardOf Melrose School Ya. after visiting her sister, Mrs.
. Keystone here. -

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS CHURCH NEWSCommunity Melrose' PTA. MELROSEBy Faculty HonoredAt Charles. Mary Wingenback.Mrs. Cruse .of Ohio ;is

Church Plans ActivitiesThe LuncheonMrs. visiting her sister. Mrs. Ruth
Shows Growth :The Community Church,will return
., By.Mary K. Scbarffei- : ; to the regular hours of wor- Mrs. Alice., RotbhammerlaAAAAAAAAAAAA.f Reed of Swan Lake.
Executive Board of the a Herman McGuire and Mrs. Lumie Norton of Clear-
rhip on .Sept. 4. Sunday School l
Melrose High School PTA, met at 44&4 4444 MrsClarence Holden water visited friends: in Melrose
Mobile Unit stone Dept. Janett Johnson will be' at 9:45: ; Morning Worshipat were co-
X-ray New FacilitiesTlw
8:30: m.
a. Monday, Aug. 22;; at Iiostesses at a luncheon last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tooten on Wednesday -
Will Be Here Friday Shirley Glover. 11:00 a .m. Dr A. C, Holt, the
home of the president Mrs. Aug. 24, at the Mr. and Mrs. R. P.' Simmons
and friend Jessie Melrose
children and
Everyone over 18 years will Mrs. Glover, who is in charge :pastor will be back and his subject Dorothy a
Scully on Lake SantaFe Mize of Detroit, Mich-, are visit- High School honoring the 1960-61 went to South Carolina recentlyto
Trill be "Our Twelve Hours.
for free the unit this would like
have an opportunity a c year,
to discuss
Keystone Heights school plans for the 1960- ing Mrs. Tooten's mother Mrs. faculty and the former secretary, attend her brother's funq L
chest when the mobile unit to thank the department headsof Rev. B. M. Montgomery of Win *
x-ray 61 school .
,opened for its 195960'term Monday year Charles Wingenback. Mrs. Robert Menzen. Special Miss Kay Lee of Jacksonville
will be in the vicinity of the post Clay Electric for giving all ter Park who preached in the Mrs.
Scully announced that she Mr and Mrs Phil uests were the executive officersof Beach recently visited i Miss M. $ y
with an enrollment increaseof Berklemanand
office on Friday. Sept.. 2. Hours their employees time off for their absence of Dr. Holt last week is pleased.with Ruth :
the cooperation the PTA.Principal Perry i
will be from 10 a- m. to. 1 p.. _.m. .x-rays.! She also wishes to thank 45 students over last year. was agreeably surprised and parents'af family of Atlanta Ga. are Mr.
I ,showing and that all tisiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holden presented ana: Mrs. J. W. Simmons
and from 3 until 6 p- m. everyone who assisted in anyway Principal Earl Cherry said pleased at the large number of committees '
: have been organized. Mrs. spent the week with Mra.
Berkl nian. and sister Ruth. Menzen who has Simmons'
Workers for the various hours i Aith publicity or other jiarishoners present at the ser
that enrollment on the last day The b'\1 et"and for served parents Mr.
the ,
: \ programs Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and in this position for three and Mrs. Carl
KittyMartin for the mobile unit's visit. vice. Dr. Montgomery and his
will be as follows: 10-3, ;car'tere
of tha 1&59-60 term was 260 and : : discussed.. family spent three days vacation years with _a small token of (Continued
family residents
Irene Terrell Shirley McKay Realtor Bowlers were of Keystone Mrs Lock on next Page)
I that 305 students were :!enrolled ; Tyson, membership ing at the beach recently.: gratitude. She will be missed by
Off To Flying Start luring the time that he served as
Glover; 3-4 Mary Schaeffer cIiaIn lir, reported
Funice Walrath, Midge Dodd; 4-5 The girls of S. E.. McKay Real Monday. This includes elementarythrough chaplain at Camp Blanding, jiur- mejnbfrship) dr1y .is' in that full swingand the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Jr.. all the: students and faculty.
their vacation
Gchaeffer, Walrath. Dodd. Lucille Estate Bowling Team got off to a 10th grade. ng WW II. Last weekend .which tint 65 spent with Mrs.Jones'
h ; members, had joinedby
5-6" of fine start evening Aug. vas spent with former neighbors; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Foster :
; employees IieyLEE'S -- "We're expecting an enrollment t 40% .22. The group felt that Hagglund.Mrs. .
when four pointson the Don Pangborns'was real cently. TERMITESo
25, they won a
of 320 to 330 this year Is already off to
before the
is a good .
year Sara Beck of Jacksonville Mr. and
Mrs. Charles
their way to being championsof reunion for the Montgomerys.. ,. start and Hoffmanare
Drive In the Women's League which over". ,Cherry said He attributed. Because of, the holiday the interested :will .see an 'unusually recently spent a few days with moving to Melrose from Co-

bowls at Azalea Lanes in Palatka the enrollment' increase to the Church Trustees will meet at 7:30: and. active. .. .,P.0 T. A.membersnipi' her sister and brother-in-law Mr. coa. Mrs. Hoffman is the daughter -.

every Thursday night. High game community's recent growth and P. jn. Sept. 6. rather' thin Mon and, Mrs. John Webb. of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires.
co the fact a 10th grade : Principal Clarence .Holderi told Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Campbellare Mr. and Mrs. Whitman recently
was bowled by Betty Sprow, team was add day, n the Administration build of the extensive i IJU.I'IIEoI Taaraeg
captain. Other team members are ed: to the school this year .work done on back in .Melrose after a visit visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford U-IXMT TEBiOTE tu4
the main
FRI, SAT., & SUN. Pat Pawlikowski, Dot McMurtry The school added a 9th grade ing.The Women of the Church will building.! and< footballfieldduring"the to Tennessee. and family; fen 1100 IMNL CM,'to

Frances Murelli. and Yaeko last year and in the next two not meet on Monday either. Improvements, summer the and the Mrs. Helen Foster is visiting Mrs. Margaret Wilson of Jacksonville I Ura to prvUcttab,Uata. PntcijrMn Gel.nu...ij
for I
Sept. 2, 3, 4 |I Hinck. The gals are busy these years will add the final two their regular meeting date but year. :. coming her daughter Mrs. Mildred Erick- and sister Mrs. Julia tar Iwa'w yK Iltw LI S i

days deciding on what kind of grades, 11th and 12th to complete will postpone their meeting to It 'decided son, at Fort Lauderdale. Holiday of New York, visited Brooklyn Supply House
This Year's I was that because of
Big uniforms they want to wear. its high school curriculum. !the second Monday. Sept. 12. at Chris Lee of Jacksonville Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason.
the'L1bGrDai the first Keystone Heights, FIa.r .
The Keystone holiday and Jerry Williams of Starke recently Mrs. Mable Wooster has returned -
When they get. all decked out in faculty was increased 7:30 p. m. in the educational meeting''will
Picture! lull array, we should $o to Pa- from nine to 12 teachers building. ; be a'week. .later. on visited their cousin. Char- to her home in Arlington
Monday. Sept. 12. ___
latka: some Thursday evening to this ytar,'Cherry said.( New- members St. Anne's News les Perry.

form a cheering section. include Mrs! Dorothy Cross, The Episcopal Churchwomen of Mrs. Bess Lynn gave .a birthday

THEY CAME }Former Keystone Post Master mathematics: Mrs Enid Hall St. Anne's Church will meet at dinner for Susan Lyons of Jacksonville Year 'Round Air Conditioning
Dies' In Daytona Beach 5th grade; Mrs. Earl) Cherry'girls 10 a.- m. on Wednesday Sept. 7, Cooper The Gables., who recently Sunday afternoon. Susanis
Fred E. Carr 81, formerly of physical education and social 1 in the Parish House. moved .to st. Petersburg were six years old.
studies; Mrs. term former neighbors of the Coopers Mrs. Sam Walts of !)eland is HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM
TO CORDURA Keystone Heights died in Day- Harris 3rd Sunday Sept. 11. will be Sunday
lona Beach on August 23, after a grade ;and Mra. Gay Summers School Rally Day. in South Bend. Ind. visiting her daughter and son-in-: -
long illness. He social studies. Choir Nettie Smith, mother of law Rev. and Mrs. Bill Breyfogle '
is survived by his Practice is held every MrsMrs. FOR AS PERLITTLE
Rita widow Rhuie Carr a daughter, Other new additions at the Thursday at 7:30: p .m. W.V ri-en. and her and amity AS $ 5 00 WEEKREDFEARN
Galy Cooper, Hayworlh1Van Mrs. Charles Brown and a sister school include three new class St. William's News ; an daughter. Carol Ann War- Mrs. Dorothy Cross has accepted -I II

Heflin, Tab Hunter Mrs. Robert Boynton. all of Daytona rooms and a science lab,, completed The Catholic Club met onMonday' len, have returned after spending a petition as teacher at Key-

Beach and also a brother, this summer at a cost of night, Aug. 29 to make a month: In Clifton Forge Va. stcne School. CALL KEYSTONE .HTS.. ..

I Clarence Carr of Meadville, Pa. about $40,000.Cherry final plans for their ham supper with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund 4252
SPECIAL NOTICE" Burial was in Meadville. said that the cafeteriaI this weekend. Local residents have had letters Jr. are visiting relatives in Jack-

Mr; Carr was the post mastern I been tripled in'size$ and that Every lady in the parish >is expected from Mrs;. Sam Holland- who is I sonville. I! FOR FURTHER DETAILS -

This Theatre will operate ; Keytscne Heights in the early work is underway on a :football to donate either two pies visiting' her. son. Robert Hollanduhd Mrs. Bess Lynn, Mrs. Bill

only on 'ff;., Sat:, $ Sun. days. He was a cousin of Miss field which might be Jighted by or one cake to the dinner; as ;hoped: family that, In Akron, Ohio It i is ton and Mrs. Carl) Pres-I
Gertrude Houser. October. Other physical education well as five pounds of'diced boiledjotatoes ? soon comeback cently visited'-Miss Cora Lyons at
After Labor Day, Sept. 5, Dr. Jordan To Speak facilities will' include dressing ; complete with hard l to Keystone to be among Baptist Memorial Hospital in I

o rs Keystone Rotarians will have rooms and showers now. underconstruction. : boiled egg and onions, for potm 'ij er\oI4; riends. Jacks Jnville.
,' j'alad. The dressing will llhi Birth AnnouncementMr.
,.. acd-Mrs. 11./\W. Cannon Mrs. Clarence Mann is visiting -
There will be some study course 1 r:-aade In one large batCh..m ; Jr. r .
of her daughter and son-in-law, SHE
changes, also, Cherry announced : .Sundaj.Schedule for altar Alexandria. La. announce the ; 3, i uv r Gr
; Mrs. S. P. Cox and chi .
Mr. and
& with the addition of borne will be follows birth of a daughter Kimberly SKELC .? MILKj9zcga1.
Back to 0001Pemianent > economics as : September: .4. Cannon dren hi Jacksonville. 1
August 12.
commercial and Industrial !Lee. Sutton and Georgie Allen? Cannon I
arts is the former Madelon KennedyKeystoneHeight Rodger Q. Bennett visited Mr.
courses. Some
language : eptember 11, Herbert ,N lson f
courses will also be taught by and David Schaeffer; September ) ;:

,Snedal television, 'the principal added. 18. John Allen and Jimmy Fox; reT

.a!nd.September 25. Bill i and Carlton .- .' )
: ANDSEPTEMBER .. -'Ie..J. ..-. ... '. ."., 'Meng. '"" ; _
$5'AUGUST. as their guest speaker Dr 'L. R.:; Altar boys for Tuesday morning yf / .

ONLY! [Jordan, Director of Administra reek-day! masses will be: Sept,, 0

Lion at the'J. Hillis Miller Health ;3eorga Allen; Sept >.i3, 'sDftfid. Wiggins Building Keystone Heights .
Center In Gainesville when they Schaeffer: Sept. 20. John Allen; Eggs Bread
KEYSTONE BEAUTY SHOP meet for their weekly 27, Lee Sutton.. i w
luncheonS DuPont Paints & Painting Aids
cn Friday. Sept 2. uzanne Has Novel Party
Ph. 2941 Keystone Heights sill speak on the'University hospitals On Saturday .Aug. 13, Susanrm I Ice Cream

--"- : 'and clinics Belote. daughter of M;. '.and Mrf i :Wall Paper Samples ,
CIvic: Events In The Offing Bill Belcte. celebrated her 8th 'tbiaBtMJir Cottage Cheese

DON'T JUST SIT 'N READ You may save yourself a trip birthday with an unusual' .purify; We Dp 'Papering and PaintingFREE Thin and scrawny#
to Starke or Green'Cove Springsby Her parents drove her,.her suer t. : Drink plenty of",ilk Orange Juice

N getting your 1960-61 Driver's Rene, her brothers, Billy; ijd 1 Estimates Phone Keystone 4505 t And bt big and brawny" F f._
COME IN AND BUY SUMP'N!! License at the Keystone Barber Kenny and her guests Gail and I

;Shop on Friday Sept. 2., This Is Terri Christoffers, to Jacksonville'where -

in case you dIdn't read. the signai. they dined at Morrison's .
LITTLE JOSS' MJI''FETLITTLE BQ PEEPCouldsat' the post office. then saw a movie of Suzanne'SI

on a tuffet admiring her lose! her sheep in this airy Friday night. Sept. 2, the Key- choosing. High spot of the even-, C.
Lake: Serena lot. Why\ don't roomy shady 4 bedroom 8 stone Heights Civil Air Patrolwdl ing wis their visit to the Robert J. "PETE". O'CONNOR

you All lay one away for room, 2 story In town home l hold a dance at*the Hotel where they spent

retirement $2875. up. Easy Only 11900. Airport Hangar from :Keystonec p. m. tune riding up and down in! Real Estate and Appraisal Service
easy terms, 'f until midnight. Music will .be by the self-service elevators. !
I the Dixie Rhythm Boys. PersonalsMr.
LITTLE: JACK BOnNERUTTLE( RED RIDING Saturday morning Sept. 3, the and Mrs. Fred Dodd and Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights
sat In a corner and misted HOOD said what big big Investment ladies ct the Keystone HeIghtsWoman's !lamily.are happy over the arrival I

out on thefast\ disappearing! bargains you have Club will hold a- bakesale of their house guest Steiner Lor-' PHONE 4297 ;

lakefront... $1300.. up. Better Low down payment-long from 10 a. m. until noon on entzen. whom they met at the

fet here quirk! time to pay. :the lot next to Belote's Drug airport ;in Jacksonville on Sun- I LISTINGS WANTEDOn

Gtore. All club members are Jay: Aug. 21. The drive to Keystone r1/ll4B'l/I1la

urged to bake and have donationsat Heights: was for Steiner the Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved

S. L HCKAY REALTORMrs. the Sale by' 10 o'clock. last leg of a journey that Residential Farm and Business Property. i ..
Saturday brought him from Norway via
evening, Sept. .3, the '
men and women of St. William's boat and plane. He is an ,exchange HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND

I. Qrault .- Mrs. M. Ilgen, Associates Catholic Club will hold their annual student at Bradford INVITE YOUR LISTINGS..
Tel.: 3071, 2051, 2391 & 4151 ham supper at the Keystone County High"School, where he ,
Woman'i Club. Serving will be will be in his senior year. Never

Keystone Heights, Fla. from 5:30 until 7:30: p. m. Adult having met him before the" -

tickets will be 125. and children Dodds recognized him from his .
II' under 12, '15c. Valuable door photographs.On 'g n,
:Tizes ,will'be given' away about Saturday Aug. 2'1. the /x ;

: Dodd's and their guest drove rto t ly
7:30.Also Utl
NOTICE on Saturday evening, Sept Juniper Springs In the Ocala Na- 4, ,
3, there, will be a Modern Square tional Forest and in two canoes,
Vance'a the took 12 mile .trip 1
; the Masonic Han from group a ,+
8 till 11 p. m. Floyd Hazen, a down the river through beautiful 11 ,
nember of the N. E. Florida Call country. Steiner saw his first

THE STARKE DRY CLEANERS ers' Association will be'on handto sure-enough alligator that. day- t
call the figures. Tickets will ben in fact, two of them. Last Sunday "Yes, Chief, Siding from Starke Builders, Suppliessure

per couple for dancers only.3pect.1tors Steiner did his first water-skl-_ suits "
AND LAUNDRYHAVE t your Building Needs.
win be admitted free.I ing. and had no difficulty whatsoever

Only, experienced Square dancers i. being used to snowskiingn
PURCHASED will be allowed on the floor This his native land.
I is not open to Just'any foot We were happy to hear some

stamper. Liquor win .not, be per Good new about 'Lane Jackson.. YOUNG PEOPLE NO MONEY DOWN
THE KEYSTONE WASHETERIA nutted, either. who suffered a severe burn some -

On September 20, .the Eastern weeks ago when she plugged !nan o
Bank Can HelD You
We wish to announce that the same services will be Star ladies will hold a card party eUctrical appliance. She was -

available, plus) all ,the additional services of our main at Mrs.the George Masonic Young Hall Mrs.at ,8 ,Ate told craft by would the not doctor be that necessary a skin Even. i ifyou're not 21 yet, our bank 8tm'have many Repair .

plant. Watch this space for the announcement of our James and Mrs Boy Tyre will nonLane feels that she was services.that win help you.. With your parents' aid
coin operated laundry in the same location. be the card party committee. 'lucky In view of the fact that you can have a ,checking account (a good way to Rooms __a, Co/port -
the bum was so severe that at
|There will of course, be bridge '
manage money) a savings account that ,
first the doctors considered pays .
MR. GROVER K. DAVIS and canasta and lovely prizes, as Bath Room .
well as refreshments, amputating her hand! in interest a. safe deposit box for'vil 1abJes. .
will call on you in the Keystone-Melrose area and we Is Our Pale Face Red We are sorry to hear that Coon ,Get 'acquainted. now. We can help you even'more" : (INCLUDING, SEPTIC TAlyK 'AND;'FlX-

., assure you that you win have the finest service in We discovered' with .some dismay Wilson !Is still in Bradford County later on1! TURES) ,- I
Hospital and hope he will .
that In a recent Issue we '
all .
types of laundry and tops in quality with our SanI- -", !

tone Cleaning plant. spoke vils" starting of the "Keystone football Blue practice.De soon We be also up hope and that around.by the time THE KEYSTONE STATE IANK *"" Time To Re-roof r' /" I

We know as wen as anyone that this is In print that Herb Nelson "
Call 3121Keystone die name of the team l5rbeKeystone will be allowed to come home J
Indians."or at.least we tram .StVincent's ''Hospital Member F.D. c. !

FOR BOTH QUICK SERVICE PLUS should with a .ton on the team where he has been for. over' a A .
Friendly Bank in j
Friendly STARKE
a Coamuiiity BUILDERS
land a daughter a cheer-;eade r, month. SUPPLIESPhone

QUALITY WORK going around the house chanting, William Gable and non of:- Keystone Heights, Fla. !

TjmpawawauUmpawawa: ; Petersbuig spent' ,last: .st:1 WO 4-4201 Starke, Fla. !
id infinilem.! It miLti.pay to do with Mr. and Mrs. : 4f J


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1960,
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tTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTY m TRINITY EPISCOPAL I ICllCilCII I I iast Sunuay and we appreciate banal Guard at Fort Jackson, S. For 2 Circuit Judges-.of 'the' Eighth For County Superintendent of Public T" II :
MELROSE his assistance so much.. C. Judicial Circuit Instruction .- -
I For ..Q.-jvcrnor For Supersb;orof, Registration '
the middleman's
10 Mrs.. Roberta Lamb and niece. Suhilay. guests of'Mr. and Mrs: For' S.cetarr ftState For Three, (3) Members of the I profit"s(
Sundays a.'m. Church
YTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTT.Y..' Mrs. Olive Parks of Jacksonville Frank Norman and. family were JI'or'CommlsalotAer"Of :%grtcuuture'For Board of County. Commissioners.. .
School 11:15 ajn. Morning Prayer State Superintendent of. Public Uists. J, 3 & 5 I It'or :
(Continued from Preceding Page) i and Sermon (First Sunday spent last week with Mr. and their son and daughter-in-law, InstructionFor Two (:)- Members of the Boardof I One Q aft WlUiEachDn
Mrs. H. H. Lewis.. Mr and Mrs. Clifton Norman of Attorney General, t Public Instruction, Dists. 2 & 4 I FREE 1
Ford I Holy Communion). 6 pjiL, Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Duke Dubose, Jacksonville. For Comptroller r .-). .. .-. For Justices of the'Peace, Districts ,or Gallon, '
i Young Churchmen. For State Treasurer : .* 1 V you buy. R. J
Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka recently i JJrs. Mice Kenny and Miss Pa- R. L. Morgan visited'relatives For Railroad and""public UtlUties For Constables; Districts 1.-8 a '
Holy Days Ib a. mHoly tricia 'Alvarez, all of Jacksonville Commlulonet :" 1 .4" ,
visited her Mr. in White Springs "overthe week $ For Cctnty. Surveyor '
parents. Communion.The For State (torn.eT .of the. EighthJudicial Prices Start at.$: qt. -.$5j)S GaL
t ended church .
and "Mrs. Robert Cason. ; services here last end. CircuitI In Testimony 'Wher f. I nave
Rev. :Millard H. Breyfogle. Sunday.Mr. Warren Johns I" '01' State Senator of the .FifteenthS hereunto pet my hand and affixed I
and his iuests,
The women of the Methodist f
the..Great .Seal of the State of ft
Vicar. and Mrs. OE.. Crosby Misses Vivian Redding and Lois 'District Florida, j I!1 I t
WSCS had a bake sale at the post For One Member of the House of At Tallahassee the Capital E MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
office Saturday.Mr. helped his brother. and sisterin'aw Carter of Jacksonville, 'visited in RepresentativeFor this the 1st. day o( August, A D..I 1

mer and children, and Mr. Rothhgznwer's KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :Lin-en 7ypr&3 Gardens, the Singing For Sheriff the-Circui.( Court" .R. A. GF1rSECRETARY : -- .' .- ,.. _--..- ...-- ._ ,, _.- ,-',
sister Carol : Tower and .the Great Masterpiece For Tax: AssessorFor OF STATE \! .-._..-- -.- .. . -- '-' ...__ .. ___ ._u__,,_._ ,;
spent Dr. A. C. Holt. Minister Jajs Collector %:\\ 4t 9/1' -.. -- .. ... .- 'L
Sunday *t St. Augustine Beach. Mrs. J. L. Hetherington teen_called "as pastor to a church fat Late Wales and Plant City. 1

.Mrs. May Shugart and sons of Organist and Choir Director. near th;re. Mrs. R. L. Morgan and daugh- ,,

GoldsLoro, N. C. are visiting her Sunday School9:00 tun. Morning We were glad to have Mr. and ters, Misses Joyce, and Judy Morgan ,'. ., 't.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nich- Worship, 10:00 Mrs. Jody Levers. of Plant City i aha their house guest, .Miss f. j
: a. m. .
with us at church last Sunday. Judy Brown I
olson. and the Misses Patricia ." ....,'
Duplicate Bridge Winners They were visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. and Louise Cowart, visitedin :., f
Winners 'St. rVHHam8 Catholic Chapel Cston Brown of Starke. Jacksonville Sunday after .:
of the Melrose Dupli- W9n. I
Keystone Heights '
cate Bridge Club were: 1st place, I Remember the Youth Fellow- Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ::: .. V',.
Mrs. Allen Graham and Mrs. Bee Sunaay Mass at 8:30: a. m. 'hip meeting at Pine Level Cornelicus Moore were Mr. and i
Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. Church Friday! night Sept. 2. Mrs. Bob Boudreaux and baby \ !
Cooper; tied for 2nd place, Mrs. II : ;< r;<
Tuesday Mass'at 8:00 a. m. welcome. TI4I"t9' ,
Everyone daughter of Indian'City .,
H. J. ,Babers and Mrs. Kay Becker _, ;. ",,".
I Confessions before an Masses. I r I
; Mrs. Alice Kitchun and Mrs. I and 'Mr. and Mrs. Shirley. Judd. .... .-. ". .
Baptisms, marriages and la- .. : ; "
Helen Phelps: Mrs. John. Strawn I'fctructlons YYTYYYYf' mnt.Twtrtitw.TIIERESSA arid family of Orlando.. .'. .. '. -
by appointment. Mr. ya -
and Mrs. A. E. Spires. arid'Mrs. Freeman Crosby :: : '
:and their'friends: and ) rs. {
E. L. Walker of Jacksonville, are .
BE SUREafter KEYSTONE HEIGHTS still vacationing\ in the Western .. : (
J. R. Smith, pastor,. Ralph states and report a wonderful!. \

every accident to baa Copeland, Minister of Music and time viewing historical places
that .tell of the Wild West days
Chiropractic check The
up. Chiropractic church organistServices Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Sr
that are gone' bit riot forgotten.My .
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profession offers : Sunday School. 9:45a. F SHMENT.
a : '
you uad as recent guests Mrs. Phillips' luece,. Miss Patricia Gail
routine location m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. .
'clH't'kup-pluJ. of sister, Mrs1eola Simpson, Weldon, and her brother, Ralph ,

nerve pressure. Training Union 7 p. m. Evenings and also her brother and siSter- Allen, ,of Tallahassee arrived '- .,.......- I ,
8 p. m. ri-law, Mr, and Mrs. Milton Thursday evening of last week tovisit ,
nave yon had an accident) which "Make church worship a family Chesser. and children all of MI- i with .
for awhile..
us ,
I affair. i
left you nervous and exhausted all .

the time,' everything you .do is. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL ami.Mr.. and Mrs, Herbert Clover- NOTICE .OK'ELECTION :.. :" ._,,' l' 'l ', .

wrong bruises slow to.heal easily CHURCH, KEYSTONE settle and children were visitinglelatkes Be it known.ltat 'I, R.: A. GRAY:, .- TVA-JLU ,. .- .<'. ,", .. '_
Secretary: -of State of the State of .....,.Jft. r:1, : ". .
in Jacksonville Sunday. : .
upset Florida do hereby glye notice that : .i.--- ..
Sundays -- 9:30: a. m., Church Mr. rand Mrs. Parker Dampier K General Election will be held In. 'ii ll :.:,'J". !. ., :

See your (Chiropractor first. He School 9:30 aim, Morning Prayer and chiloren of Ponte Vedra :' on Bradford Tuesday County nest, 'State. succeeding of Florida the : .' '., :: e If. );! (,, ; :-

h the one scientifically-and 'skill and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy Beach were visiting his brother I first :Monday In 'Novel)1ber.'A. D., ::1. "
fully trained to locate'and remove' Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I960 the said Tuesday .being the '";';-.';"1.:,;. ;'

nerve pressure When this U accomplished Young cmircnmen. R C. Dampier Sunday. Eighth! Jvtprentative Day of November.For in Congress for FOR '
: the above Holy Days 7:30: a.nL, Holy David and Becky Newham recently the EIGHTH Congressional DistrictFor THE : i.i.t\\t : ,
symptom! ; ;
will gradually and surely fade Communion. spent a few days In Pa- Three Court(S> Justices. ot the Supreme ...

away. Third Wednesday Parish 'atka with Mr. and MrS Donald For Judge of the District Court oT 1ti {, ':'c., ,. -._ i "'" j.I
Covered Dish Supper, 6 or' 6:30: Heresy. Appeal for- 'the. First Appellate District \ I I ;.' .<

BE SURE pjn.The Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills of I -- lIf '
Rev. Millard H. -.
Breyfogle Jacksonville Beach were visitinghis .. ; \ !
Your insurance policies" are not i Vicar. brother-in-law and sister, Mr.. ". I,

United to hospital care but provide ind:: Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Sunday. I WILLIAMSJEWELRY 1 : \
.for care in your home or the .TTT TTTTTT T..YTTT TTT9 Their daughter, Ann returned ; i, .
Chiropractors office home with them after spending I -- "
J JI .
We- will gladly check yourpolicies PINE LEVEL several weeks with "the Sullivans. -if. .

to see if Mrs. Sullivan's parents, Mr., and ,r < ,
you have I
proper Mrs. H. K. Mills of Green Cove WATCHES DIAMONDS .. .
Springs, were also Sunday visit :.
Consult The ors: ti'
All Work Guaranteed I
Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Packham y .
and Mrs. ; : -f' '
PI. H.. XI. :Bellinger} /Ionian" Alvarez lisited relatives and friends here A. C. Williams : .J'" 'I. S
Ore: returning to the l apUst.Bible .
Monday enroute to Haines City. 142 W. Call l St. .
Chiropractic .Seminary 'a't Tort Worth nus' Rev. Packham conducted revival ,
Offices Starke Fla. .a= w
i where. he will graduate next May services last week in Georgia. ,

728 E. University, A"e. Gainesville I i'with 'a Bachelor of Divinity De- Cleveland Sullivan Is able to ,

426 N. Walnut St. Starke .It.iee. He brought the evening get around after being confined ,. 'd' _' _'-_ ..
message at Pine Level church to bed for several days. j. - --,- -. =. -
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AMBULANCE a Gainesville hospital and winter Comfort -w
: SERVICF 1 Rodney Hall is in St. Vincent's 1.

PHONE WO 4.2600 Hospital in Jacksonville. g8ryc+[A eitl -- _
Mr, ana Mrs. Ernest Triest announce -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the birth of a daughter,

DeWitt Dora Lea, on August 19- She at- ,.
C. Jones Registered .
Funeral Director
tended Sunday School and

Starke, FJa. church to become the youngest =c .
member ever enrolled in Sunday s.._. .=J
Rental i iI
riB Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches'hats School at Hope Church.Monday .
.. .-, was the "big day' ,for iI,1
children everywhereSChool: Ve-l 1

T lur Bu81nt lan! I believe this is the one day
the bus wouldn't have-to wait for

If It's Glass We Have. Itl! .gnyone-they all seemed so anxious .' :. 't 'o '.. ., ,,, '. '. '.. '..? .'' -
CALL WRITE w VISIT to go to school.

J JQe Peters Qass life Johns Billy Junior Dampier College is attending at Palatka St. PREPARE NOW\ fr

., this'tall. John Dodd Is attending .
Bob Jones college In the Caro-
JJR ANY GLASS' NEEt) linas. .

We TDesign .: ell!J1I ,Store"fronts FOR I
l sf1d iJ! i1S'A: Pattern .for "' Mrs. Clyde Hersey entertained
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v e for her daughter, Denise on her
tsl' ie4I +'II!! first birthday last Thursday
is .W. a j L ;aIn.cs.vpe! Flay 'hona, JR. 24353 morning. Refreshments were served WEATHER

End favors 'given to the 18 .
r- -- attending.KEILBRONN.

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By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy OFFERS YOU : .. '. '

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folks and 'a very .plea-' -' .

santand, safe Labor..Day weekend OF if .. ,, .
: a U> extended to each of you.

tI d ; Everyone enjoyed services at DEARBORNHEATERS r.'

: Cay 1 eilbr'onn Church Sunday with '''':''

?Cev, Robert Hastin from Starke 4....." "
delivering: the messages. The '

pastor. Rev. McGee, will be with

regularly starting/h15 Sunday "-
Speaking of this Sunday don't .
forget the big dai that is..plan-

L ir i_ ned with the delicious_ basket_dihier _- ...... /- ,
to be $erved folio',\ g .ft .tl i LOW PAIGELEASEp w..a-

morning preaching hour, finds! 0 ,
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wimderfiu .
gospel singing Jed by -

the Bra ford'-U,1. on'itngtng ''con ON
vention -m the 'af rrioan. Remember -
t- to visit with the country TANKS L

;church that strives to offer you -.... .

: Cities Servic the very best in preaching, sing- And The Finest Gas :
r attend.Ii!g and fellowship \\"heneverYOU Available : :

'''Very glad to that 'Mrs. I
i .S 5-D1 report : I .. .
PER' L. C. Sapp is home from St. Vin Sec r -t' .
cent's Hospital Jacksonville.Monday \ '. 1[;'u.s.;\1.aFT
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I, .. Mrs.( Amanda afternoon Crosby, J"ere'guests Her of i i SLA"DE :
I i How reassuring it is to know'that whatever the distanceto brothet-Inn-law and sisfer, Rev. t l\fORE FOR YOU

the next service station you'll make it with plenty of and Mt-s. Crosby Penney Farms roar .
i fuel to spare using Cities Service Super SoD I New Super and their :son .and ..daiishterintaw. -f a .r .Fths*

3-D fr the longest mileage gasolene you can buy...not t Mr. an6TMrs. Billy :'Crosby; "

.. I only because of its new super octane, but also because 1 i'Jariadnvffle... ,I FOR THE tEt. VALUE, UFT, REFRESHMENT; J Q"L.! '

it actually contains the best of every oilier gasolene improvement Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. CLEANESTBEST : -. -1 -

yet made or known I IA tankful of Super SD.: I* Morgan and daughters R.I i .- ... .' !fltr.
:j I is a tankful of confidence< Come in and try it this week..] friday of last 'week tin. HEAT-, YOU. r ..'. .
l day this .
of week was thr) .
Miss. Judy Brown of Jacksonville. CAN BUY! ."; -. ... ..
1.s: SILCOX !'Ir.t.. .;1 : ". ,,';!... > '
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns'and, j 0(' '" ;j
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family were visited Saturday by !ISLADE .. .
GAS CO. -4f' ;:' : -;': t;: ;
their son and daughter-tn law, ; ; ;
i.tClii S ( Mr. :and Mrs. Clifford Johns and I .- t4.'r ." : '' : .
:Phone '. : ;;;? : : )f : !: .-: ', l.t"' "
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Daughter of Jacksonville.Glen 4-355L ; dltt1Ir; t Th>i Dw > : ';
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705 Temple Ae. Starke, FIa.I Mrs, Comenous Moore son Moore of ,Mr.Is'iakirig and Nex Door .f o Winn-Dixie, .'-!. ....;" '....J.v.'_.--a--r.. _. ....,,-._ ..... ,.>_'.;:> -. < .mss.ms' .-Po, --,,-" -"': '''.''': ae.-4-a'. *. i'i
fix months training with the Na- .: ;; !I' .' STARKE COCACOLBOTTLING: COMPANY

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Starke Visitors 'an enrollment of 31 pupils. The 1 r ;:: c.:j" {. .:

Mrs. Essie Mae Baker, grand- teacher was more than pleased to
'" children, and sister, Mrs. Bessie .ote the cooperation and interest
: Lewis of Hobe Sound, visited shown in the pre-school program. tttJ :

MrS. Maude E.-Magee and.Mother This is the second year of oper- "
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Laura Whitmore recently. They aton. for Kiddie Kollege Kinder 4
were enroute to Hobe Sound aftera .arten. Your continued support $ C,
vacation in West Florida. They i will be greatly appreciated.-Mrs. \\Njrc STAM $

t ere. able to sleep, eat and rest I Pauline Marshall reporter- .
with Maude who is constantly at New Hope Baptist Church Rev. ..
the bedside of her sick mother. L. W. Mosley pastor, will begin o RE
Laura Whitmore has been bedridden Revival meetings on Monday +

since June 1959. Maude is ;5. Preaching will be by Rev. Haleof 314 S. WALNUT ST. Green Stain
a former employee of Kobe Ocala.. A cordial invitation is RItE flA. ..M4 w Ith our Pl.r A s -
Sound. Mrs. Whitmore. her mother extended to all neighboring
is improving slowly but is still churches and members to parti- Food Order I
confined to bed. ripata in this soul-saving campaign -
Back To School for Christ. All ministers are Add

The school bell rang for four invited to attend also.-Mrs. Le- EXPIRI ES :
'. Installations in Bradford County ola Morris, reporter. I .II, I I? / I .,,; CODE ST SEPTEMBER 4. 1960 '
on Monday that included: C. C. Antioch Baptist Church Rev. BLUE RIBBON HEAVY WESTERN MATURE BEd

Anderson Jr. Hi. enrollment 220; George W Lee pastor, will sponsor -
RJE School, grades 112. enrollment a dinner on Labor Day at iJ" RIB

601; Hampton Training Magnolia Lake in the interest of QUANTITY ; y ,
School grades, 12. enrollment 29; Men's Day according to a report RIGHTS y C
Thurston Elementary, Lincoln from Deacon Willie Brown. A de- ,i H ro ro, .uq u PSG
City enrollment 46. Special Edu- Icious meal will be served. Each RESERVED IIII STEAK -
cation, located at Jenkins Elementary person will have a choice between II. I # LB PICKLE
on Florida & Pine Sts.. two meats: ham or chicken. The BOLOGNA CUTS 6p 6p25c..
Js expected to enroll not over 25 ladies of the church will assist in LUNCH KEAJ .
pupils and Is totaled with RJE. preparing the food. Serving will LIYEKWURST'Gra'de
Special classes are being held in begin promptly at 12 noon. A do- !II
remedial reading taught by Mrs.E. nation of 75c per plate is being
.' J. Givens. The principals in asked. Everyone In Starke is Invited 7 rt 'b:" DORADO RANlH SLICED -I-
the program for 1960-61 term to make Magnolia Lake F : U I .
are; C. C. Anderson Eddie your headquarters for Labor Day.
Thompkins S. C, Price, and M. Greater Allen Chapel A. M. E.
Taylor. The full cooperation and Church Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor 18 C .
support of each parent is asked held a successful quarterly CEllO
by these principals. Please feel conference before annual con,
free to visit your child's school ferenw which will convene in to
arid know what is happening. Quincy in October. Plans are being y r
Join the PTA and function in : made to close the conferenceyear t i
the proper way. with a successful Woman's S5agS
Adult Education Day Program. Sunday is regular ErA" Quick Frozen Tender Plump .
I Evening classes for adults are pastoral day that will begin with a- .
being planned. If you register and Sunday School at 10 a. m., Fan- sn '
lake a part you can get a better nie Bll Frazier In charge; 11 a. f
I. jobRegister now by mail or in m., Love Feast; 6 p. m., Holy
person. Courses to be offered are: Communion. At 3:30: p .m. Sun-
leading, arithmetic, science, day all members of Stewardess
handwriting, and American Citizenship Board No. II are asked to meetat
These are basic, but the home of the president
special! interest and business will Mrs. Levy Lennon. Please be pre-
include: Mechanical Drawing, sent and on time as business of '
conversational Spanish or French vital importance must be trans- LB.
Florida History Latin American .acted. The pastor will hold official -
History, Music, Literature Creative board meeting at the
Wrtlng, Speech. Journalism church 5 p .m. Sunday. Officials
Drama, Health, First Aid Home we Urged to attend. Youth choir
I Nusing Biblical History, :HOJ 1e- and junior; church will meet each

making, Typing and Shorthand* Monday at 5 p. m. Girl Scouts STAR QR'SWIfT'S PREMIUM I'
Any person over 16, years is will meet in room 22 of RJE at da
eligible to enroll in the adult 7 p. m. each Thursday. Parentsare
I evening classes: A registration fee asked! to let girls from 9 to 16
i of $2 per course is charged. each join this group. Mrs. E. J. COO 1< ED' ; ,
school term."Biblical 'History will Givens, reporter. _:: isJ$3a

I be offered again this term by Ebenezer; Baptist Church, Rev.E. ....--.-' -- .. '. .
r. ',' Rev. J. P. FraniliniiFof"rfurther D. Robinson pastor, will have r'lr MAYFAIIJ OR KRAFrs <:
;, information and registration con- regular pastoral services on Sunray : [ ''AMC2ICAN' PIMENTO SWISS c

tact Principal Eddie Thompkins. starting with Sunday Schoolat : -4 SLICED CHEESE :.'' X/c?

RJE, Box 673, or WO 4-8311.1 10 a. m. Supt. H. Bryant in
Most of the classes will be scheduled charge; 11 a Jn. morning worship +} 25'6i C
from .,'to 10 a. m., Monday music by Junior Angel ITI+' r F .$ t':" .l BISCUITS I 3FRESH CANIW
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to Thursday of each week. You Choir, Mesdames Fisher and ?';A! .. CAUGHT ..
will be notified by telephone or English in charge; 3 p. m. the t -'. OC .
y LC CArl! 4 cFRE5H
mail when the classes will begin. Gospel Chorus of St. John Baptist sd, MULLET 2 LIS >

Cinderella Ball and Record Hop I Church Lawtey, under the direction .. I ; ,'

; The Carnation Social Saving,.I of Mrs. Allie Strong will 1 / Dltfxi ,ell House (bag) Food I Fair (can) CUT .
Club will have their annual Cinderella i lender a program at the church.! SNAPPERFILLETS .
\ Ball and Record Hop at They will be accompanied by our, Your LB 59. G '
the Reno Theatre on Friday, former pastor, Rev. W. J. Strong Choice:::: a I\
Sept. 2- All the teenagers and All members and community MtGULAW onln9 With ;r h rf COUPON. *wotiMjiravwv
others will be there to help Prince friends are invited to all of the C
Charming find Cinderella and church activities for the entire $5.00 25MERCHANTS H

,, VUt the beautiful slipper on her day. Evening service will begin or More GREEN STAMPS i
foot. Someone will win a lovely promptly at 7 p -m. The pastor FoddGrucr
pair of slippers. Music will be will accompany Rev George W. +z :14 OZ LADY FAIR DOUBLE GOLDEN
furnished by "Jean Holmes and Lee 10 the National Baptist Con- FFE' .,. POUND CAKE :
His Records -of Jump. Jean is vention in Philadelphia. All members LB r THIS COUPON EXPIRES
Starkes newest find as a disc are asked to see Bro Jerry iooa 6tPt. A. 1960 iE11TAyI
jockey and M. C. If you like Clark and pay your convention -. - 11 kIt coot 6r QREfN

Johnny Shaw, you'll just love assessment. Mrs. Ranell En-

Jean Holmes. Tickets are now on glish, reporter. M R TWJCOJgOHWOJ I I
eale.-Mrs. Alma .Jenkins, reporter. Cancer ReportsAll

the cancer cans have been .
Fiesta Social Club collected except one in Lawtey '"
The regular meeting of Fiesta The following report was confirmed COKS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ;.
Club was held at Wateroak by Mrs. Hand, cochairman :2 26-OZ PKU DIAMOND CRYSTAL 'I
School en Saturday with President of the drive In Starke: Mrs. TABLE, SALT _
Ethel Young, hostess in Ethel Young. $1.36: Mrs. Allie { t I .
charge. A delicious fish supper Strong, $4.00; Mrs. Ida Wms. tl f /I I POD) EEPT. .. I960, S61Tt1'1r
was served with all the trim- Smith. $4.81; RJE Picnic & lake ', e REGULAR Tub rl CODE IT s1oaE1th
mings. Plans: were completed for dinner conducted by Bertis Robinson \ ;
the Labor Day Lake outing for Eddie Thompkins and y ptdct nls coovoN wo+tN: '
members. The club will particI- Ozora Shell. $75.00; Total to'date ib BOTTLES t
pate in the annual parade coro- collected and reported: $85.17. 1 6 /f PLUS DEPOSIT :I
nation, and homecoming at RJE. Mrs:: Hand and Dr. Wells commended I Olrlir / THIS
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plans arc being made to have a the workers for this fine i I' PURCHASE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
prize-winning float. You can help report Many thanks to each of WITH THE PURCHASE Of
by attending a Record Hop and you for your help. Let's continueto WITH $5.00 !
Madison Contest on Sept 30 at support the cancer drive each HOOD ORDER r, PICKLES j I ISEPT.
8 Prizes will be by the A of education is S 1X16 CDUPDN EXPIRE6
p -m. won year. program 100) ., fEf1tR'Ss J
couples that can do the Madison being planned for the county that _ FAR CODE ST X60
best. Since this dance is different will be conducted throughout theentire Rich Red Tomato j _
from the rest come out and see year. Libbfs > t : : .
t pas COUPON woErrr
if you can win the contest. HospitalizedRoy I t 1t

Tickets will be on sale by club Williams of North Street I 14 OZ C 5 0 f
members. It will be cheaper by !has been very ill and was recently : _
couples, then you'll be sure 'to : admitted to Bradford County BOTTLELIMIT MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ; ;

have a dancing partner. Mr, and Hospital. According to Mrs. Helen A I U V -2 j WITH THE PURCHASE Or '
Mrs. Jerry Clark will be hosts Smith he will leave this week for I
fo rthe next meeting.-Mrs. Per- W. T. Edwards Hospital _in_ Talla-___ ICE CREAM

nella CHURCH Cummings NEWS reporter. hass23. where he will be able to CHARCOAL REG $129 VALUE JUNE BOY FRESH REG. 39ji VALUE' CYPRESS GARDENLEMONADE j THIS 6EPr oUPOH, 4, 1466 EXPllua >ti1H'I
receive special medical care for
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New Bethel Baptist Church his illnecs. 20 LB 99c KOSHER DILL

R v. A. Vinsin pastor, will hold New Bus Driver BRIQUETTES I PKG ; QT 29 PAR-KEN C i I '
I special services on Sunday startIng Deacon Andrew Allen Chair PICKLES.1 I JAR C LIMEADE 6.0Z CAN er iris COtNlkl iYO F p I
I with Sunday School at 9:30: nan of the Deacon Staff of An- LIBBY DEEP BROWN, 3 VARIETIES
n .m. S:pt. Milton Ellerson in Uoch Baptist Church, has been 14 OZ PREMIUM QUALITY :ZESTY GARDEN COLDORANGE 25

charge. Morning service will be appointed as bus driver for 1960- PORK & BEANS 8 CANS $100 12 S6' DRINK MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 4 I .
at 11 a. m. At 3 p. m. Rev. Duh- 61 terra. He will replace two for- ORBIT BEER WITH THE PURCHASE Of
nell of Green Cove Springs and mer drivers' who were teacher: J., NEW BLUE DETERGENT PAK LADY FAIR PLAIN-POWDERED-CINNAMONCAXEDONUTS 13 DZ PXI PS3 LUNCHED i J
his congregation will worship withus. D. Greene, and Mrs. M. J. Lee. : KING| SIZE 25f SNACK PAK fC
The service.is being sponsoredto We snow that the parents will REG $119 99C LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 =a 99* Oil P VAlUE19 C THIS COUPDH DPIIIU I
H E' E R
help send our pastor to the cooperate with Deacon Allen by I VALUE : UBBY'S BARTLETT _PEARS 499' LADY FAIR HAMBUSGE8 OK IAA o-6r 1960 ft031f' '
National Baptist Convention in having their children at the bus HOTDOG ROLLSMERCHANTS Fx0 19 s. a 't AciriPINE
Philadelphia, Pa. All membersand stops; on time rain or shine. We a
friends are invited to attend. run the bus for their convenience rsosn+ : t ,,r toc w j4i
Don't forget to see Sister Alma ISO days each school term. Per- : HONEYDEW MELONS EA 29COLDEN : :I e I
Jenkins who is collector for the feet attendance awards' are givenat _

pledges made by members for the close of school. Please help GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS'
the pastor's trip and expenses at your child win one by sending
the convention. We are countingon him to school every day. fANCX FOOT AMY Paid to Pep Hunts Club Burger Bit*
each of you to do your full l i- GARDEN HOSE DOG FOOD
duty and keep your pledges. Our i'I'I THE RIGHT POINT fOr the FIRM -.. > THI COUPON tX /IKE* 1Nrs eX 1
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1 way you write. Come in and select t11 sEPr, ,:rnm '
churchaffiliated kindergarten your favorite ESTERBROOK RIPE TOMATOES: 2; _'lis, 2'9r: 'i / EDDEtr 11 s IAA DDt.r sts "
opened on boa y;Aug. i971ri i tth i: Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH _.AtJa__t .., "','-...,.,..;.v..;. t 1

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I ''I ALVAREZ'. STORE' Men's ClothingEstablished .11\\ LAWTEY% [the sere] Wan-ens.Friday overnight guests' ol I n6rt Mrs over George the Williams weekend., and Mrs. Ga.Chasm tor to homecoming his home services.in Moniac,I i [Methodist Church, I Presbyterian- Chu rah-' !

I 1894. Miss Carolyn Smith has returned Frank Williams of GainesviPe, The ,Associational Sunday I 0
vt to her home after I find Mrs. Jessie Durban of Law- School meeting last Thursday was Sunday Church School, 9:45: I Sunday Church School 945!;
spending iTIhe f ji. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. a. m. Muning Worship 11 arI .,
Enza tey, dl'o\e. to Tallahassee Saturday enjoyed by all, and a
By ,Blanchard attendancewas | I
summer with ( ,Cnack for "Saviour and Lord.' EvJit
t n..a.rri relatives in to ; Youth. 6:30: p. m. ( g. .
:; attend the ,wedding' of Sid theiargest; to' date. !
fr.rv,1 v.............!.. f;Tfoun;;stown, Ohio. I Bowman, ,son of Corene Wheeler,j Dr. Steadham, field secretary of{j Youth Meetings. 7 p. m. Evening I Vespers 6 p. m. Youth Meetings. ,

OSCAR CARTER'SCOMMUNITY A Snccesful EventHomecoming i I Donald Thomas and Tommy \\'hVas formerly of Hampton, the New River. St. Johns and: ;Worship 8 p. m. 17 p. m. "* ,:/
j Tuesday Circle 1' will meet Wednesday Family :
at the First Bap-j'Carter spent Friday to Sunday in and a cousin of the 'Creek Associations, will de- j Nlglrtl/
Williams.li i in Fellowship Hall at 10 a. m. Supper 6:15 p. m. Motion picture --'j-
Avon f
Park with_ Mr. and Mrs. They spent the night
tist Church last Sunday was a I ver the morning and evening '' *
Were You?
;rtthrI1S3 Where
\ Amy Coburn Mrs. W.
great event. The Winton Parish and family. Valdosta with Dar and Mrs. Jay sermon at Highland Church this |
morning message | :
I ;'G. Haile. and Mrs. E. D. Olm- Thursday Music Theorff ,&
Mrs. Pearl Boyette
STORE : was inspiring and was followed i Whitnel of Deland Sunday. Let's have a good crowd .
tead; as hostesses. Circle 2 will Class. 7:30 p .m. Choir
by a wonderful dinner. In the) visited Mr. and Mrs George Rob-. Mr. and: Mrs. V. J. Slade returned to welcome him. i( +m practice<. > .,
meet Fellowship Hall with 8p.rr.SEE
afternoon:: a beautiful song service I arts over the weekend. Friday from a week's ''Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 'Fields,[1"
I Mrs- O. L. Haines Sr., Mrs. W. J.
4 ;Miles\ West of Lawtey on ,Road 225 was led by Harold Alvarez of the i iNorthside I i Dousbi. .[Buddie} Thomas has vacation trip; ,driving through Mrs. Catherine Oliver and Mrs. I I'Lipsey, and Miss Kate Struth as
Baptist Church. Therewere turned' from Columbus Ga. live states, including Missouri Mildred Ayers, our children from I .
PHONE host
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several specials by out of where he has. been employed this and Arkansas. Virginia, were with us a few days 1 will CYPRESS '
j Wednesday Circle 3 ,
summer. Mrs. W. H. Maxwell spent last i I last ; .
town\ guests, and c ngregatlon l! wee* Aaron Padgett came toI '
WE RESERVE QUANTITY RIGHTSWeekEnd Dinging followed by a great message !|' Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. A. H. week in Jacksonville visiting with see his uncle and: aunts, and Liz i t meet at the home of Mrs. W. L. i iI
i 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting GARDENS
-, --- oy Rev. James Patterson I Harley: visited ,Mr. and Mrs. W. her d:! lhter., Mrs. Dorothy. Burns I I zie and Luther [Skinny] came f land Bibk '
pastor of Orange Church of!,H. Jones'and family in St. Au..aui and Lam ly. I.with him. Study. 8 p. m. M ." I I' .
ski sires
: "' 4 wl1"
| Thursday Prayer 1
Bald'.vin. i sting on,Sunday.- Mr.ana Mrs. M..R. Misner and I I We _!are glad' that Pete Roystons n 1 meets Group -1" .> ,
Specials in Ladies Bible Classroom, Ik31a131, JtpliSp -
Among the out of town guests| Mrs C. E. Strickland of,,Gaines. son of Gainesville were Sunday ;:i able to be home again, and ''e -3\
;1 a m.
were Rev .and Mrs. Patterson and J I viDe waj s a Sunday visitor of Miss dinner guests at the home of her hope he continues to improve.Y..T..Y9YYTYYYYYYYYY..9. ,; -'

I children and a church lay mem-,!i BessieTerry: and Mrs. Joyce i parents Mr.' and Mrs. R. H. \
I DIXIE LILYFLOUR l..er, Wesley Mosley and family i I Futch. Mrs. G. W. Durham" of! Parker. The Misners had spent I Special Fri.. Sat. Sept. 2, 3
of Baidv.'in. There 'Jacksanviile'was also a guest dun act; week vacationing at Goldhead I
was a largeattendance
lolbs. 8ge from surrounding/!,ng' the week. Branch State Park. i I I1I.GITLANDBy I II I SEAT COVER:*, ,
Mr. and
-- '-' churches besides the local Mrs. Leslie'Phillips Mr.' and Mrs. George Williams
SOUTHERN YAMS\ church. ,ynd. children were Saturday and and Howell, and Mr. and Mrs. I ; T 'rMade $26135:
CorrectionA I i Sunday visitors of Mrs., O. J. Leo Wiggins of Jacksonville spent 'I [ Debbie Phillips]
SWEET 2/ can t I i Pure Fiber $19.95
19c typographical error in last. Phillips and attended: the Home- from Monday to Thursday last I ,tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .

._._- -._- -.. .- -- week's column m .de'it appear hOming] at the Church. reek at Kingsley Lake. 'I All Makes & Models
SCOTT COUNTYPORK&BEAHS i Mrs. Everett Burney Jr., I I Church services were well attended II
I that were Mr.announcing and Mrs.the Lyle birth Schmehl of I daughter and mother of Jackson- ."WYY..Y. "" ...w'4r....' t Sunday with 71 in Sunday Studio Couch & Chair $4.50( yard Material\ 79.00

2'/Can 19c avine visited II School and 19 in Training Union. CUSTOM MADE DRAPES-SLIP5 COVERS
I son.. This honor should have been J Mrs. Georgia Ann I ;
for Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton.I p Sunday. CLAY: HILL i At the close" of the morning ser- ! ---
JIM DAPJDYGRITS i I i vice the pastor and members of
who ;announced the birth of a' I D & J UPHOLSTERY SROPv
TTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTtTrfTTTVj 1 the choir left for Moniac, Ga. i
5 Lbs ton, Kevin Duane on August 15: By Mrs. J. L. Strickland I\\here 1i
4e they attended'homecoming'I I
----- _. 25cLARGE in St. .Vincent's Hospital Jack1ionvilie. |e HAMPTONf f sa.A..aaa.4A'Au.W.. I!services at the Moniac Baptist ; 418 E. Call' St. Phone WO 4.6221 .,
Our apologies to bot I ..
6 OZ. FOLGER j Rev. George Chism, our pastor 'Church. ,. .
the Schmehls and the Hamiltons! j
. ,
of Highland Church Rev. George Chism and CecilHardy '
I INSTANT COFFEE, 49 Mr., and Mrs.. J. O. Burton :;; By Mrs. D. E. Hill visit with us Wednesday was able afternoon to- I attended the Associational
Jacksonville spent Thursday with
Mr. !) AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A.AAAAAAA, and was able to preach for Sunday School meeting at Caleb HAMPTON CHRISTIAN CHORCH'1INVITES
and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. Mrs.i, I i
With $5.00 Food Order us Sunday. I Church last Thursday.Mrs. 1
Burton is remembered as Miss : I School
, Begins Here; The Stricklands has returned i
Betty Mosley
Adel Dinkins. I 142: Enrolled Mondayd I YOU TOREVIVAL .;
visits during the past week from ;home from a Jacksonville hos :
Mr. ai.d Mrs. H. C. Harley an j I With the opening of .
Mrs. Frank Herndon of Highland. pital.:
I Meat Specials family were weekend guests of' i here Monday 142 students Edwin Knight of Maxwell Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith of SERVICESSheldon, ,
Mr .and Mrs. Clyde Starling a d'lolled: at Hampton '! i i I :;
Baxley from Doctors Inlet, and Tampa sere visiting friends here I
family of Avon Park.
Their the first day. This is one I I
RIB OR BRISKET j daughter, Abbie who had been I than last Edwin Knight, one of our Clay Saturday. i L. '
year's opening
Hill neighbors. | Mr: and Mrs. Buck Larramore Thomas t.
BEEF STEW lb. I visiting the Starlings, came hom e' ''gjstration of 141. Sony to hear that Bill PendarVis' I IOf JadtsonTllleere last Satur- i iI
with her
29ch parents. On the staff of the : friends
of Highland here.
__ __ _.-- I Mrs. Hiram W. Bennett: andjsen I|three new teachers replaced health as rapidly isn't improving as we ;had in I dabgues'is Richard of Mosley and daughter, I ': Evangelist

RIB STEAK lb. ; were in Daytona Beach t helot.! last ear's faculty. Mrs. l hoped.; i Sharon attended the funeral of
49c :alter of i S a
I part the week visiting Barnes L> continuing with Lets all remember Thursday I!Mr and Mrs. Lois Waters in I It
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett. ;, fIrst grade, and had first
'SLABS -- light is WMU and Brotherhoodnight !Sanderson Thursday.
IN On Sunday Hirman went to .
bring;j enrollment of 18 first at Highland

I SMOKED BACONS 'lb 39' :iis family home and attended aand| 10 second grade. Mrs. who aren't members Church are welcome Those \i The ,Tabernacle : September 11 th'
family reunion at the home of) ,1 rice Fetch who formerly
---- :Mrs and Mrs. George i also.We
Lastinger. at Hampton School and has
"FRESH -- -- ) had 71 present for Sunday Rev. C. E. Dibble of I Thru 16th -:
GRADE A LARGE Four sisters, Mrs. Hattie parley, i)In retirement for the last School last
Miss Sirue Prescott, Mrs. All i Sunday and feel that i i!!Farms brought the Sunday morn- 1 t
EGGS i doz :eiyears, is teaching second we are really i iI 1 Y 'a .
:t 39' Austin and Mrs. Lastinger progressing when !: at .. t
were third grades and enrolled I ve increase from 53 to 71. :1.g message' the Gospel Taber- Services 8 P.M. !
the hostesses. All of the childrenand : i her noon, Monday, : of these had studied Sixtyix trade on the seven points in the 1 [!

! grandchildren and other Mrs. Barbara Matchett ] lessons, and 58 of these their Chrstian. Life. He closed the ser- Each Night ;
Produce members of the families we reason;, of Hampton graduated cent members: The were 100'per :,;non with an appropriate solo. i

Specials present, about 35 in all. A barbecue the University of Florida in Girls were the banner Junior i. Tuesday night i-. ioers of the
class. I Everyone
:. : dinner was served. i and has the fourth and After church services 1 I group. attended the showing at ,

I Mrs. Jack Pons, two daughters,i grades for her first class. morning several of HlghlanJ I.!Park cf the Palms of the pictureCWing
I !'! NO.1POTATOES and son visited the B. E. Redone registered in the fourth folks went- with our |:Wade : the Billy Graham Welcome ,I;

dishes a few days during the :,fifth grade room. Mrs. idn the pastor, Rev.I African campaign.. I

BANANAS i week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorman :Moyle also beginning teacher -::."== =---" ; I
. and son were Sunday guests and i graduated from the -

' all attended morning services and':Florida in June J ..
1 POUND Homecoming at the Baptist students in her sixth and 4a.H w I'
y' '
10 POUNDS Church. {grade room on Monday.

tOe"! k .: Miss Beach Beverly spent Appleby the week of with Atlantic -i I taught Mrs. here Marilyn last year McCall, is EVENING CLASSES FOR ADULTS,.

, Mr. and Mrs. j. E. Warren. She I!ng wit her exceptional '
will enter the University of Flori- ;with 17 enrolled. Ten t

i ca. for her second year. Mr. and in J. C. Hobbs' eighth grade I I i

I Mrs J. M. Warren and daughter< Uus year.Both Get A Better Job Improve Yourself Do Your Job Better i

bus drivers, Mrs.. ,

. il Slade.ons, ana arc the Mrs.same Willie as Mae last ; REGISTER NOW,BY MAIL, THE SOONER YOU REGISTER, THE SOONER S i I I


und Mrs. J. B. Prevatt and I

__ !irioirie: Belle Brown, are the
- teria workers. Courses to be offered: '

HCY, BAXTER! HE ''"' NAH-H: BUT WE INTRODUCED | I Miss Joy Starling, a DCT 'I

t t HEARD YOUR LAS'ARRIVED NWHT/ DID I'VE KNOWN 9s HIM WITH TO C.ROCERIES A PEACHY FROM MEAL dent from Bradford High 1., BASIC: Reading Arithmetic, Science, Spelling, Handwriting, and-American Citizenship.'
1 BYYOUMEET HIM FORYEARS I(will work afternoons ? .
AT THESTATIOM se Hobbs. grade education.) /
? if Meat' Market Mr. Hobbs said that ,\
[I I. I I will be 25 cents, at least, to 3. BUSINESS COURSES: (beginners and advanced students) Typing, Bookkeeping, Business' English Short

s I I with the same as the hand, Business Machines, etc.

1; year.,Due: to rising labor 4. 12TH GRADE !
: EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA COURSES: (preparatory for the General Educational \
s possible I
rs y ri they may have Bran,1 ment Tests.) Develop: ,I
; raised during the year, he I I

ra Y ,, 'On ate in Monday: the cafeteria, 114 of .the the 5. HIGH SCHOOL COURSES FOR CREDIT: elective'and required courses to complete your requirements. I !

t .. ..... )of V II I "ing 23 either town children f 6. SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES: Mechanical Drawing, Conversational Spanish (and other foreign l larigti /' ;

.. --,-, home for lunch,. or ages), Florida History, Latin. American History, Music (vocal, instrumental; ;
' -- --= I lunches. theory music appreci :
), Literature (American English Continental
Asian), Creative Writing
FRESH The same school Speech, Journalism, .
e Drama
First Aid Home '
Nursing, Biblical l History Homemaking
observed and'many others.
as last year, with i

: FRYERS12* PICNICS lb. starting each morning at 8 AGE REQUIREMENT; = : persons enrolling evening or, afternoon classes must be 16 of '
33cALL years and NOT
and out at age
2:45.: First enrolled in the day ,
I program. (Exception: Students 16 and over may enroll in < class : I ,
a which
: finish at 1 p jn. for the in the day program with the permission of'the.school principal.) is not'offered '
weeks, :Mr. Hobbs said. ,

FRESH GROUND MEAT PTA MccU.Next cckHamptoxiElethentary NEGRO ADULTS: Send your completed registration information to

!] Principal Eddie Thompkins, RJE High School, Starke.>
hold! its first Meeting:: of e '
; BEEF lb. 3ge STE1 55 school year on Thursday g l i WHITE[ ADULTS: Send your completed registration information to f .

next week.a.t47:30: .p.: m. Mr. L. H. Gibson Box 1190 Starke.
I cutive board of the, PTA .I t

f: oe:3:: ROUND the.schooi",. Thursday COSTS: A registration tee of $2.00 per course per school. term. Students.are expected.to" furnish' their own,
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-X4.00| this week at 3pxm.Park ., materials except text boob. Textbooks are loaned to students when available Deposit 'fees
STEAKft S E 69c Working Saturday charged. : .
I There will be a. working S I "

r ISaturday'moming for:. the : .PLEASE COMPLETE THE INFORMATION*
city recreation park when t S, REQUESTED AND MAIL IMMEDIATELY.: (Clip'tiui.! ). ., I ;
I CUTPORK is to be poured for a I 'iii, ..ii', ...i ar -. -' r .... art er skating, etc., and "'
CHOPS a (Please Print), ';t-;, I
swings for pre-school i; :
up. All men who will be l:;.' '. I,
: 'work the (encircle) -
BRISKET STEW on project are ;

contact D. E.: Hill or be "at NAME: Mrn Miss, Mrs. _=-- __-:...:"________-:___-..--_ _________-__________ ":,.
$ RIB I city, hall Saturday morning (first) (middle) (last) _

STEW LB. Fencing is to -be installed ,
I : in the egxt"few weeks'.JO.s 'BAILINGADDRESS ; ..-1 ;{,,>r', I 1
CHUCK areas for the"smaller -> ._ :i' ..
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p, : BACOH Mr. and Mrs. J. A. .. 11: ; I, .

Claremorepkla.; ) baas been TELEPHONE. (if any) -..-.. '... ..._--- -- ', = .
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I. in-law and, daughter. PleasennnpJet', .: your preferences' I am'. interested in studying (see course offerings.above: )'- .. ":" 'J.; I'I t.i.r'"

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4 aWE' STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF CftOCERls *quaintantes here lasts week. I ,! Pleas, encircle'th>:.evenIhss CAI' attend f ;
you ;. Monday
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| tIe daughters* of Mrs; i :': !" Wednesday,, Thursday. f
I Chesser and 'gmid at t f = !

1, membered Aunt Vrn .'ttarden.'who : off .ijl I NOTE,Host? two. f h'ou"s.the-classedTare sche ule. 'from;? to 10 p.m SOM&: may_; *,>bescheduedvfrom3:3flr; T*!*- : pra,:; fo? one or r i

here by all old \ '- '" ",' r:'" .-. ;*, I
PRICES GOOD'FROM THURSDAY Demfti Brannen of 1ak t ', '". Y,\ouTwilt i; :.Be notified by:maU or telephone wfeeaake.'classes !I

OPEN THROUGH, MONDAY NIGHT and Billy: Brannen and* s J." :" '. .-. _.fi > will meet,_. t
DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Brannen "
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Tu iSDAY. -----. 1. 1960 wF 1fboo e swattntr ttm. STAB1E. mRttJA .
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f! Vm.vmf rYTTTTfBALDWIN ,am, son of Mr and Mrs. Leroy high,School and the 'groom graduated Tuesday Tor a visit :with the' Of Starke visited Sunday with Mr. ............t.........,. >:'nd\ _dllu hters attended the-wedding
Higginbotham of Brandy Branch"-: 'from'C U han High SchoolA doctor. 'We are sorry that Mr. find Mrs.: E, B. Wellhausen and 3iven: for Mrs Rasa: Pinholstcr by
\ The_ wedding was an 'event ofThurslaS i reception was held immediately Braddock is 'in ill health and is family: .of Mrs. LoUie Edwards' son MI'S.Hc \I :BROOKER i.....3., alto boas Theo
Hartmaa f! W
: Floyd : gins Sonday ilght' ,atIfYewrRiver
: : ,night,. Ang. 25, in the i after the ceremony, at he home temporarily) out of the chicken Mrs Doss Higginbotham and in Jacksonville .
J i Baptist Church of Callahan with' af the :.bride's grandmother Mrs' ..business. daughter Shirley, Mrs. Friday night.Ernest l Baptist ChUTvii before
Mrs. C. B. Nolan Edwards
By Uie Rev. Brown pastor .of the ;=)1 ilcoxrin; Callahan.. There a 'Mr and Mrs. Pasco Fouraker Kilgore and family. and Mr- and :Bj Shirley GreetsaudraYiuiaAAAAUu as best man. served his brother ;jchurcn services. Sunday was MIs.Pinholster's .

) |A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAI>vUW church, redding .the wedding :beautiful tiered wedding cake, and family were visitors in Jack- Mrs. 'Ed Barker and family .and We wish :I 78th birthday. The
4 welcome into cake, by
our i baked Mrs. Wiggins,
\ows. Mts. Higginbotham had as ;Lopped with a miniature bride Msnvllle Friday. M r. and Mrs. George Johnson was
1 itgiubotham-"riht and j community Rev. and
Mrs. Joe decorated
her maid 'of honor her sister and room, was cut and served Mr and Mrs- E. P. Stokes :and family :.of Jacksonville enjoyed a ?] Mr. and Mrs. J. HSullivan I| Koop 'and I in pink and green.
family from
to wide Hampton. ,Cake, punch, lemonade and
A interest mints
J. wedding ,a Miss )3etty'Jo Wright, .and the mth pinch to a large group of family visited in Folkston Ga. picnic 'at Strickland's Landing i 3test nd family'and Mr. and Mrs. Or- !!17"v floop Is now pastor
.4rcle ol friends :was< that of Miss friends! and relatives. last ando of New were served to .the 40 guests. Mrs.
Monday. 'Sunday. Piiilman and A I
were River Baptist
groom had his cousin Ralph Hig- Church.
Donna Jean Wright, daughter of Pinholster received nice
I i Proctor Lane Miss Nancy "Malluck of Way- :Mrs.Dfarg1e, Sacks and children Sunday guests of Mrs Mary Wil-! i{l Surprise{ \Party many
Mr. and Mrs. William Wright ofi I ginbotham. as best man. The Mr. aid Mrs. 'L. L. Lane have lis in I fj gifts.RABIO .
I announce noss: Ga. spent last week with been the guests of Mrs. Bell. A surprise
Callalon* to Tommie Higginboth bride was a graduate of Paxon the'm rriage of their her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sacks' brother and sister-tn-law.1 j f Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas r I M i birthday party. was I

daughter, Mary Frances, to John' |David. Fouiaker, Sr. Mr and Mrs. John North this and family returned Sunday
Ii i David Proctor son of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Malluck'of week. They plan to leave this :aight after a week's 'Vacation at i DISPATCHED

Lowest PricesON !Mrs John D. Proctor, Sr. of 'Waycross, Ga. spent last weekend weekend for their home in Mary- Salt Springs. I

Brandy wine, 'Md. The wedding ';ere ith Mrs. Malluck's parents, land. Terre Green spent the weekend .

!f ; GOOD vas: an rent of 3 p. m. Sundaya Mr. 'and Mrs David Fouraker, Sr.lrs. 'Mr. ,ana 'Mrs. ,D. Parrish and with ,his ,brother Kenny, .in SERV1CI .
SHOE REPAIRS th home of the bride's broth- >. C. B. Nolan and sons have family Mr and Mrs- Buddy I Wildwood.Mr. .

; .&.. er-in-law and 'sister Mr. and Mrs. returned home after a pleasant tfradsiiav and son and Mr. and and Mrs. T. W. Markey
MEN'S OR LADES Jeorge Porter, 8164 Marivale Rd. vacation trip to Asheville. N. C., Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham and were Visiting"Mr.;and Mrs. 'Frank -

HALF I in Jackscn'ille. The bride, who Dover, Dola., and New York City daughter spent last..wcelt at a.., Tinney in Gainesville Thursday Q
SOLES -. 1.75 was given In 'marriage by her with Mrs. Nolan's 'sister, Mrs. G. cottage on Kingsley'..Lake. |I II afternoon. I| /.

I father was attractive in her full M. 'Beach of Hastings and her I Jaaaes Womack returned ,home I I Mr. -ana Mrs. "R. B. Thomas .I ) .
RUBBER --' length white satin bridal goo n mother, Mrs. W. A. Cannon of I last week !from-several WeeKS obee f i 11\Irs. Vergfl Dukes and W. H. :
J HEELS 75 :nd veil. Her,corsage was a 'white)]Palatka. .... duty with the U. S. Navy. :' Shaw of Lake City attended the :

crchid. She chose as her brides Mrs. Edna Cowart is building anew Misies 'Patsy :;and Peggy Smith' funeral ot Jeff Davis 'and were ( ) SALES : J- '.
LADIES' LEATHER OR COMPOSITION naid, Miss Delores Daniels of home' on Orange Street next and Miss Jewel North entertained visiting friends and relatives SatUrday -

HEEL TAPS Baldwin and Mr. Proctor had as rioor to Mr. and Mrs. W. 1..1.I the home of Patsy and Peggyon afternoon. SERVICE ..
his .,
I 40c best man Gerald Waters. Rev roupe. Friday: night, Aug. 19, with 'a .John and Joe Green were Sun- .
I Dunlap Missionary Baptist minister Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett of birthday party honoring Miss i flay Lafte.noon .guests of Annette ,
Work Done While
I. Wait and also the minister who Jacksonville building a newliOtne Mary Kiigore. i|Green in Ocala. ?
baptised Mary, performed the in Baldwin and plan to Miss Shirley 'Higginbotham is John Register attended services :-J) ILCA1.ICIOR Ilrll1Ji :

I S ARKS SHOE SHOP edding ceremony in the'presence move socn. l>spending this week in Jackson at Bell .Missionary BaptistChurch 4
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jf relatives and close friends. The Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka yule with Miss Eleanor Johnson. last Sunday. STEREO a RADIO WOodland SERVCE'ON( :

Ii (Successor to M. H. Hudson) bcme was beautifully' decorated spent last -Monday night with I IJ. We are all glad to know that Mw-:Btdfe ''Conerly" of Hague 'sAlrs REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES t

I 123 S. Walnut St. Chas. Young( Mgr. with white mums and gladioli her son-tn-Jaw and daughter Mr. Mrs. Vince Taylor is getting along visited Mrs. Mattie Spwells Wednesday -- -
Mrs. Proctor was born and rearedin and'Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons. |l nicely after undergoing aitefndon.Mr. .
surgery J.
Open.- 7 AAfa Close Wed. 1 P.M. Ertncy Branch and graduated Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Oliver returned }ln the Ed Fraser Hospital In and Mrs. Lamar Hall and HEPHERD

) The e"' Prices Good Till November 1st rrom Baldwin High .School, -cla ss Tuesday afternoon from a Ma ccleml.v. daughter 'of Starke visited Mrs. &TVST
of 1939. .'Proctor --INX tk' .oraEEri: 0_ ER_ .
month's '
graduatedliom vacation visit in Hender- DoSs Higginbotham and Tom Amanda Lewis Sunday: 'afternoon- I ,41 Hf.
: I the Marlboro High School sonvill, N. C. Bryant caught a very nice 'mess Mr, -and 'Mrs. 'Olin -Parrish o fLake
.1 hi Brandywine, 'Md. and has Mrs. E. V. Roberts returned I!I t'f fish 'at Dotcor's 'Inlet Satur- Butler visited Mr and Mrs. i i'I I ..

I been in the U. S. Navy for the Mondiy from St Vincent's Hospital !'iay. Evan Hodges Friday" ',fternoon.MLc i ,
Get BIG!
I SAVE AI past Our years. After' a' shortj'eddhlg Jn Jacksonville where she Revival services are being held 1 ;:; Shirley .ore en,visited Mr. { DM6tiSD the new picture!

trip the young couple! has"been a patient for several 1 this week 'at Mt Zion Baptist t and Mrs. Don Cornwell in J IN SIGHTI I ...at a !new low price r !
I will be at home with Mr. andMrs. weeks. She will go to Manchester, Church. conducted by Rev., Gainesville Thursday 'nighi.Mr'an ,
i I, ofl i. Lane until Mr. Proctor is Ga. the last of the week for a Branch of the Friendship Baptist Mrs. Alex Williams and l

I) discharged from the service on Gohth's visit with Mr Robert's Church of Jacksonville. Rev. C. 12. ron of .Jacksonville spent a few :
September 8.Immediately. II brother and sister-in-law; Wilkinson. Sr. is the pastor of nays last week with her parents i
i / after the ceremony I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren and the church ;, Mr. and '};{rs. Dave Green.

r d reception was held in the homeof i lamily of St. Marys, Ga. have School begins here on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Tinneyy i ii
: Mr.: and Mrs.. Porter, A beau-j moved into one of the Spence morning, Sept '6..We Have a rte w sons of Gatnesvflle visited I

tiful! tree-tiered wedding ., houses Chestnut{ St. Mr. War .rincipal this year, Mrs. Walkerof Mr. and MiS. -T. 'W./Markey and i
J; topped with a miniature! bride I ren is Assistant; Signal maintainer Jacksonville. Miss Patterson n Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Satur- FOIL'I PICTURE:

I and groom .enhanced the ,beautiful foi the railroad I plans to return again, but we do Jay night.! I

t tf lace table cloth' -and ,also the, Mr ,and, Mrs. C. B. Nolanand 1 not know .who the other two Mrs. Ruth Akins and Mrs. Pearl I.I I

unch bowls. sons.Billy and Bobby, and Clayton teachers will be. ,j ffords of Bell visited Mrs..I

A linen shower was held -for' Hill Jr. visited in Palatka We ;pre glad to hear that Mrs. Florence Varnadoe Saturday.. I I II ,
I Miss Lane on Friday, Aug. 12 in ast Tuesday with friends $ IAIIE
andjelatives. bob M.,Cum' is getting along nicely Crete Wood of Jacksonville 'was'I 21800.;
a Jacksonville at the home of Mrs. in Bradford County .I IV' i iGiaI
Opp 5I Sp Hospital1 1 I !home for ,the weekend. \ with his 4
" Porter. On Saturday night, Aug. Glad to learn that little Lee I in Starke. She gave birth last parentsMr.. and Mrs. Lloyd '
I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 20, Mrs. Virginia HIgginbotha Wilkes son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl j Saturday night to twin boys. One ,Wood. I I ..

,I PRICES .GOOD Thru Saturday, September 3rd r.f Brandy Branch entertained Wilkes. improving? from a recent died. shortly after birth. The other Mr. and Mrs. Leon Parish of I I II I I
!her with a miscellaneous shower illness. is ,
f $Qn tried to an 'incubator.. ,
ind on Monday, Aug. 22, Miss Mr .and Mrs. Arthur Williams i : ..F jvMU' pf ;i,Mr. and ;j*Irs. J. C..wfll .nd Lake Mrs.Butler were visiting Mr. ;I (
t Delores Laniels gave her ,a kitchen and family of Otis visited with] I :%:/ifmnWx r fVin ijl ,.be ,.interested (j!I Hodges Sunday i i 2,
I j I terrioon. aTUB E
, 1GL. shower. Mr. and Mrs. learn i iI ; .I I II
; David'Fouraker, Sr. to (if the arrival tof & .soft i j OVERALL DIAC.r .
,TM.Pt.... GNtN The Stafford family reunionI last Friday.MAXVIUE. bOrn last Saturday in .a Stark i!i{I' 1Ir. ana Dins T. W. Markey
I FREE' .TAMP! iMrs. David Fouraker, Sr.'s family hosiJiUl- 'I d.nd Firs, Mary Green recently
SOI' I ] held their annual reunion at '- ........yy..yyyy.... Miss ;Minnie; '''HargVov s a'ndOirtgcrtCanndn I I visited Clyde Kelley, who is a patient !I,I L YIEWAatE gcruRE

,' Ocea Pond on Sunday, Aug. 21. I I in Bradford County Hos-
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I' J. GREEN STAMPS J A large crowd attended this Sarah..;Jane Griffis tack.to togtor S'pital e ;I;, lu Starke. :t tI I
svent [ Mrs. Mattie Barry Mrs. Rosa
to Starke Monday. We are
' Mr. ana Mrs. David Fouraker I|Ipinhot<;tu. Mrs. Lottie >Edwards ,
II' glad Jl1at 'she is still improving.s .
: Irs. Xolan
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Y WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR Jr. attended .the all night Gospel Mrs.-Mary Wellhausen: visited I I and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edward i -

I NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE Singing j in _Waycross, Ga. .list{ .A&a. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA&- -___._&-&.A Isnnrfav.. ... .afternoon with her sand .e I
''I" Void After Limit one Coupon to Adult With Saturday night.Miscellaneous Mrs. Doss Higginbotham spent 1 1t -daughter-1 -Iaw,'Mr.:' andMrs. j;':Knight, and Tommy Altman on tialtt !

I Sept.. A $5.00 or More Food Order. Shower weekend., in Jacksonville withMrs. I Ernest Wellhausen and'family I'Open.! HQuse over WMBR-TV last : b t
I!, Mrs. Russell Higginbotham- entertained Franklin; Higginbotham and: and visiting this week with Friday .morning. I I
at ]her home
atBrandy her .n-1aw II .
son and Mr.
family and Mr. .
and Mrs. George .
Branch ..
on 29 with "
I ,f TAMP July a miscel- Johnson and family. and Mrs. Oscar Harris. and family. I
aneous shower honoring Miss
. r Sunday
{: WESSON Donna Jean Wright Callahan.,I the The'Mt. Zion Baptist School Church classes enjoyed of- I Mrs Frances Adams Mr. and } cue btchea more ptdtnnJhart eoavrtleM1Ziehtbe r .j j20 ,.

I i, whose wedding was an event of j i Mrs. Waver Griffis and family, TV New thapetnort plcfors
25 ,a' ,delightful picnic and'at i' squarer .
I QT.. EOT. I Aug. to Tjommie Higginboth- I cvim and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson *No wasted outside
Strickland's\ Landing last from corner to corner picture
O.I I L j am. Games were'played and'prizes and IiII tJ...,.wi>'f :
39 FIidal'} family en'oyed a picnic at I .
" Limit$5. or 1 more with. vrre awarded to "Mrs. Betty Jofigginootham I I' bliS Mary Kilgore spent a few I'.Gold Head Branch State! Park ** Arab .igea of th. *cr .a Grater. future brifihiaMfc. J
r J.) : Mrs. Bryant'Brad mowpldwreeonlrast. f >s!d. iSHEPHEIID'S I
Food Order I dock '. days In Jacksonville recently Monday. o DO.IT.rsiatrs. CONTtOt iss T. .. .
'I Mrs. JCansas Fouraker and with 'Miss : I Mrs Florence Parrish has retAYt iOQ r'eun, (
BLUE Eleanor Johnson.Mr. I f ..M l.
I Mrs. Helen Murray after whichthe and Mrs. John North visit- turned home from a visit with Mm a riP! m. rrtftwienelly sy by krvM ... __ ___ _. ___J
( honoree ; J .retBio* c.r n i1wtr.ebrY.rLTbaaed folder ; \
r opened her many, ed in Green Cove Springs Sunday.j friends in Augusta, ; Ga. ,... r
ginbotham,and lovely assisted gifts. In Mrs. Rig- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hig inbothr ; Mr. and Mrs. Lacey.Brown and Starke Builders\ RADIO & TV
FI, CHEER2 5'r wars{ serving; Supply
family have returned home froma
punch and ;cake 'by Mrs. Ruby i r am and family Mr. and Mrs- | "219 E. Washington J I
to of interest in
'trip points
"I !cooey, Mrs.. 'Louise Fouraker 'andMrs. James Coj man and daughter, Starke Fla. Starke, Fla.

I _._..._._......_........._.............._............. C. A. Hunt. Sr. The honhree'';and Mrs. /Mince Taylor enioved. i!West Virginia and Pennsylvania.Mr. .
/I IIIJII '!. ffiBI. mlli mlll'' illJI. lllm.lITIII received two 'beautiful china-dolls.i S nday afternoon at the Griffis and Mrs. Kyle Cannon -and _, ,.. _'_n .

Sorry to learn, hat .trs. Mary cottage en Kingsley Lake. daughter. Ginger were visitors I

I II! ; Duval's daughter Mrs. Helen We are $Jill very glad to learnthat |in Jacksonville Saturday. 1 T J. .

Maxwell House a Fmley, is a patient in 'St. Luke's. little Tommy Brown son of Mr6-Earl Mosley and .children ..,.. .k .
I l 5 =-= Hospital in Jacksonville. Mr.. and Mrs. George Brown, is Visited In Jacksonville last Thurs- 'I' -
== Mr and Mrs. Pasco Fourakerand at home now from St. Vincent's ',. .
===:; day.Miss ,
'E family;: returned last Saturday Hospital in Jacksonville. Barbara North of Jacksonville '' '

'I ; l-Lb. Bag after a several days visit in Tallahassee Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bob Nolan andson is. visiting with her uncle j I : :': .,,.'.,....,,'J\'4..": .., _Y.'. -. '_ r", ", "' ,'J f.i.:""-:: '..i',{:,':,' ;......'". .'.:., .-ro.'f;,;;,. .f ,;':.;. .
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/ with their son-in-law of Seville visited last Sunday ind aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John i ,;' \; ,
!J Limit one with -= and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim- with :\it and Mrs. J. D. Parrish North and family this week. i / \
, $5.00 or mere 1- nile McKendree and family. and family at Kingsley Beach. I .. .. "
Food Order We were all proud to have seen < i .'1 '+
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I =: f, Mr. and Mrs. .:\ {- \ .'1" '
' is: R. V. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson our own local bobs, Henry< 'Well- ; ; }"
I'I ;=;:;s; =Ea==: caughters returned Sunday night : and family and Mrs. A. W. Rogers ausen. Harvey McPherson. Owen .. .
: from a two weeks' vacation trip .. ;::
r if.uJlJ.rL.I.llltl I_ \\ith Mr. Wilson 'motHer"in"Can ,.' .. ', '..jJ 1 ". ,. J '

I ada. She accompanied them home ;: :- } :J'
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"BRANDED" FRESHLY GROUND lot an indefinite 'stay. ', ', '. -- -
j Miss Gladys Duval returned to ;; ; : -- '

I BEEF .3 l6, $147 her job Monday: morning after a MORE TO 00 ON FOR TODAY'SCARSTODAY'S L :
: PKG. two \\' eks'illness. :: :

Miss Marilyn Thomas has returned ROADS (/J'7

I home from a several days ':, _

EAT-RITE visit in Savannah. Ga. and Hilton i. I toa T :,.',.,,::"' :
I !lead, S. C. with her sisters Mrs. ','

Larry Thompson and Miss Myra 60VE6 f. / ... .
Wieners 1k: ::. 39; Thomas. i :.,. .' f F}.. .. The. members of our staff join their fellow.;* ,' .... .; :r rt '':';, .
Harry and Harold Fouraker '
'M.baN In America's workers .
f saluting :
aent by train to Tallahasse last i 1' .. 8 ; -
_._._ I week; acu came back', home with tmd:hailing their progress the 78th ; i: .

I"-I I !)\their va$\ In patents.Tallahassee While they the''enjoed family a t f,?yr.,. .:: :' .', anniversary of--the first labor Day.7 :: : -

Smoked Hams 1 trip to the Marianna Caverns.. ;.';
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: ;; l'l The Brandy "Branch Baptist fhe ;. ;, :

; 'Training Union mjoyedpicnic. get VI, high;tperlormanc"T f: .., ... -

:= outing at Strickland's. Landing r 4'i. :'" _
,I ast Thursday.

1 Mr. ana Mrs. J. J. Nolan and the ewi/s 6rsI tempfoz-proved SresKTLOM ., : .-, ..'.-.. .
FULL HALF ; .laughters* have returned homefrom ;.:!.;.[ j : ;! ;;-J, f.::
f OR WHOLE 0' week's vacation ,/.4'18- 'e SoT .: i:" .' + ; : .- -}
a at. a cottage -- durable '3-T nauits > r- / ; .::,_ :"
LB. on Kingsley Lake. fatigue, EKZ i"sa "
Mrs. Rosa Watts of Chatta- 1i\O[ WILES: PER TIBE Deeper, >niftr&Ka !I..t r 0iWfCfibife ,iNK Vllt 'NOT -." : ', ", ''! 4 ,,'

i !:jI 'aoochee 5PenCihe weekend here -II-. .I. -.Jjefow.! cp t. >>% kB&t &e D ... ', ,,,;%.. :" s.. -:.-fiftAH.c'(, IUSINUS'ON At tdONJAY.UPTIMSII' ".} -'. (1I :, F1r :' ,

.. (I Il -.it.h Mrs. L. ''Watts .and'daugh- -- < ,
ter Beverly. YtlAe M7'for extra &tre gth. safety andpe ". ... ;.

Mr. ana Mrs. B. R. Nettles of f onnance. Yours for onrjr about $3.00 raore :th '..;{ ; \.-. ; ;

I '. ICE CREAM Orlando spent a couple !days last the cost of .an original equipment tire. I .
l reek "
\t'iJ11.fr. ani lairs Joe Nettles -
and 'family. Little Debbie) Tour old tires will,make the down paymenfiService -'" .

!Nettles' 'sccompanied them home t

for a visit GOOD1iE4 1 I I'I .. '.. '
,, SUPERB RAND Little Wesley Nettles has re- s F, '

Chocolate, Vanilla, urned from a vacation spent I'.J : .f '
Strawberry ,J ttth rtt.arid Mrs. Glenn Nettle 1III' "

'r in Lake Butler. FLOR1'DAJr&1flur

Yt Go I.t I. Mrs. 'Jack'Smith spent last Station .
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weekend in Jacksonville 'with Mrs. )
Dot .... :;
Sioppenbein. ; 'C;' .. -
Mr. ana Mj-s. IL H Braddock Jae fA II wins Of r"I Fi.OA .... .. U. S. 301 ,
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Low Cost Homes STODDARD Plaintiff, CALL FOIl-BIDS" 'Srai of the said town to be here- .M tY44 faitt'?. JacltlO..1lt.1or
Sealed bids will be received '
: by unto affixed this the 2nd "
day of Attest \
Sunday School. 10 E. STODDARD, Defendant.: the Board of County Commissioners' August. A. D.. : _
a. m. Morn J9CO.
I MerriBi'Ednards,
NOTICE TO DEFEND trad<>rd County at'the Courthouseup (OFFICIAL, .. CUr .;
NEWS mg Worship, 11 a. m., Training Proposed For XOTICE TO APPEAR to and not later -than 10:00 a.m. SEAL) .1.- .11 &to ..I

Union 6:30: p. m.: Evening Ser To: Juanita E. Stoddard II September 12. lUG for the. follow ,. [
You are herby notified that suitor ing! ,
vice. 8 p. ra. Prayer Meeting each Lake Butler m divorce and other relief has' One Seeburg See-Fog Model SIP-!

Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel. been filed against you in .the above 1JA, LP-gas powered thermal aerosol -!. FREE
..' -..- come.-Rev. R. L. Lee. pastor. r named Court and cau.-and you are fogging machine To be used SII..W
The Union County Housing required to serve a copy of your for insecticdal fog and Insect control i .

St. Mark's Episcopal FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEW Biv1BBAPTIST Authority was notified last week answer the, or Plaintiffs pleading to attorney the Complainton Mack operations.CHARLES A. DARBY Saturday Morning 10:00: A.M.,

Cor. Call & Christian Streets CHURCH that the Atlanta office of the S. Patch, P. O. Box 547, Starke, '0.> -t' Clerk of Court
EeT. lUvmnnd AfacBlala Florida; and file the ; -
Sunday l:3ervtcea-9:45.: a.m Bob L. Badrett. Minister Sunday SchooL 10 a. BL Wor- Public studied,Housing the Administrationhas Court iffice of the Clerk original of the Circuit In the ?/%$ tt 9/1 SON OF OLD \/
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worship on-the-spot survey on or before the 16th dayo1f.SeptelJbt'r I WYOMING#
Church School; 11:00 am. MornIng Up Hour 11''a. m. Evennut Ben- made of Lake Butler rental A 0.. 1960;. otherwise
and Communion. 10:45: a. m. the allegation, of said
-ae1 ? m. Prayer Meeting eaaHAMPTOX properties Complaintwill OF I
Prayer and Sennoiu 1 by an Atlanta firm and be taken NOTICE ELECTION\ .
as confessed by AT THEFLORIDA
Communion-First Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir PracticespmCYP,7p.m. Wednesday, 7:30 This you. AUGUST !. 1980
Holy Bun. recommending to Washington shall be published
p.m."t I. William T. Jackson Mayor of
Once each
day 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday i 42 housing units be built in In the Bradford for four County consecutiveweeks Tele- the city of Starker, Florida by
: O a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. New Lake Butler for low income tam- gr. aph. 0 virtue of the authority vested in me
I Training for Frvice. by law do hereby call an election T THEATER
Wednesday-7:00 p.nt, Choir CHRISTIAN CHURCH fli es. A.IX.Dated 1 <0SEAL this. '22nd, day ,of August to be held at the Fire Station. In

Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and Carl Clarke, Minister C. S. Lecky chairman( of .the ( ) ,' the aforesaid town by qualified
Bible Study., CHURCH OF GOD Union voters on Tuesday. September 13. ,
Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng formed by the Atlanta Clerk of the Circuit Court. A. D., I960. for; the purpose of elect-
10:00: a.m. Bible School office that By Dorothy W. Falling ing fie following officers: Sponsored by the Following Merchants: '
HIGHLAND Worshio.[ 11 a. m. Sunday i U. S. Treasury check for $2.119 Deputy Clerk GROUP 1 -One 14erman for
11:00 "
BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service 7:45 p. m YPB : jn. Worship? & Communion of the approved. $6,000 preliminary Itp-8/15' two years.

Service Wednesday 7:45 p. 'm loan will /:'. GROUP ir.. -One Alderman for GEM JEWELRY TERWILtEGAR MOTORS'
Sunday School -45 a. m Prayer Meeting Frtda 7:45 m 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship deposited to thAuthority's e two years. .
} p. NOTICE ,.
account In Lake CRAWFORD
Alderman fortwo
Morning: Worship 11 a. .m. and 7:30 P3I.
Butler bank In about 10 days. NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN years.Inspectors. 'Gulf OTARK
7SO m. Prayer each FAITH BAPTIST CHURCBLawtey Service THAT I, Dreams Service Station
p. Meeting Prayer and Bible Study More will be Gale KIdd Hail For Said Election: .
Wednesday 7:30 Rev. available after' October who Ray convicted In thft Circuit Mrs Margaret Blankenship CO. '
m. -
A. 1. Court; of Pradford County..' Florida, Albert L. Crosby. .Jr. SIMMONS KOCH '
George Chasm pastor. Everybody E. Master. Pastor EVERGREEN: The 42 units would entan I at the Fall term thereof. :JLD.. 19x9!I, R. C. "Pee Wee" Dampier
welcome: Bible school 10 *. m. expenditure i lit the offense of Forgery and uttering Mrs. Ernestine Denmark DRUG STORE STARKE BUILDERS
BAPTIST CHURCH in Lake Sutler of about forgery and sentenced there Albert Foster
Preaching 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching $420,000 which would te repaid for to Five years will, apply forrleml'nry'to Charles Hardy DENMARK FURNITURE SUPPLY.
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service 7:30 the State Board of Par Mrs. J. E.
p m. Hardy'"
Bible ; 11 a, m. Training Union 6:S0 over a 40-year period from rent dons Tallahassee/ Florida at its Mrs. Peggy Shaller *i' COMPANY '
| 'Sunday' Sunday School 10 Study and Prayer Meet p. m. Preaching 7:31: ? p. m. Pray als. next 'regular meeting. Ray Stone LOCAL FINANCE

a. m., Morning mesage 11 a. m. Ins, 7:30: pm., Wednesday. Meeting_Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Chairman Lucky and other au- Dreama Gale Kldd Hall Mrs Owen VaughnIn WILLIAMS JEWELRY COMPANY
Training) Union 7 "p. m. Evening'message ) Testimony whereof. I hereunto
Wednesday Bible thoiity officials
itudv. 7-30< have
PENTECOSTAL been requested 2t '-1 subscribe my name and cause th*
8 p. m. HOLINESS p.m. Jos. E. Norman, pastor. to go to Atlanta to confer ----. .
I Monday Bible Joy Club 4 CHURCH
with the PHA sites for
I on the
I Sunday School! it a. m.; Morning '
to 5 p. mWednesday. ,
ROATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH I projects of which there will be ,

Prayer Meeting Worship services.11 7:30 a. m.. ; Evangelistic I.two. Strict limits are set on the, u THE CHURCH FOR ALL
1:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : "Come let D m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn mounts that can be paid for ALL FOR THE CHURCH

*, m. Pastor: Samuel S. ,CuthmwAY us reason together. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training i sites without resorting to condemnation ,

Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship suits.
,'.. CIIAl'ELASSDIBLY CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30 p. m. : r ;i
Sunday: Bible classes 10 ajn.; Other nearby towns that have #
OF Prayer Meeting Wednesday I'
GOD Assembly Worship with the Lord'Supper. : gotten or are on the way to getting -
D. P. Burgess Pastor s7.30p.m NEW HORllONS"
11 a.m.; Evening Assenvb-: low income rental housing
*. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.1 iy Worship 6:30: p.m. I Pastor Rev. Barney Sweat. include Jasper Macclenny. and I

Morning Worship, 11 a. m- Even- I Everyone Welcome.MADISON Fernandina Beach. ,
Tuesday, Ladies Bible class. 7p.m.
geiistic Service.7:30 p. m. WedUesday Starke's City Council has had I ,.: J t ,
weekly prayer service, 7:45: STREET BAPTIST the issue before it for two yearsor Jo

Wednesday Bible classes 7:30 900 Block W. Madison SL more it has so far failed to 7 I

HAMPTON CHRISTIAN p.m. Bill Simmons, preaches Sunlay School 9:45: Jim Lawson name a local housing authority .

CIIURCII sIONARr BAPTIST Superintendent which must be done before the ::

Sunday Bible School 10 a. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn Morning Worship 11:00. program can be implemented. :
Training Union 6:45, Jim Harden -
m.: Morning Worship 11 a. m.: ng IVrrship: 11 a.m. Evening I

\ Evening service 7 p. m.. and Prayer Service 7:30 Prayer Director. ..1rr :'
meetng even Tuesday at 7:30: each Wednesday p.m.7:30 Meetuy Evening Worship 8:00.: TIlE RIGHT POCNT tar ...e
; p. m. John W He pastor. we1comHev. IL p.m H. Mott Wednesday. Prayer Meeting, way you write. Corn la and select q L
1 tor. 7:30.: / your favorite ESTERbROOKPnnntoin

-pastor. J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor. IVn. 'f .I.F.GRAPA ,

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LATTER DAY SAINTS Circuit, la aid for Bradford .

Services each Sunday m! old County Florida. IB Chaaeery.

Masonic, Hall. on E. Call St. Son

I V. lay School 10 a. m. Sacrament NEW 1960 .

Service f:30 p. m. Everyone we).

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Sunday School 9:45! a.; m.; Morning r ; $9 kI

-a 8 ITS BESTCOLO Worship 11 a. m. Training I R

Union 6:45:
p. m. Evening Worship

8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer e..atco.a es neu u.ne1.{{
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i Service' -Wednesday 7:30 p. m. u sa.ow.veasaas
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Everyone welcome.St .

bl : Edward's Catholic Church

Starke Florida:

Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. .. ,
t I Hol daY I ,; -ite CHURCH FOR ALL -
Masses it 8:30 a. m. '& A Factory Trained: .1 ., ,
All fOR ik ( '
, 5:30 THe! CI1I.RCI1 ; +we [ &:a : xF
p.-m. I Hearing Aid Consultant from The Church is a ,
shepretest fobs
WIRE 9aoar4s
weex4ay Mass at 8:00: a. m. .".,
for the
I huildist of haacltr! lad "k x
: Saturday 7 too a MAICO Good citittn.J.ip. II ia I storehouse ..ftpirilu.I .
% valves VLids.ol a suvstChsrch. "

Baptisms, marriages and In 1 HEARING SERVICE :; ), .i..r.. ckmoaacJ' .aor civiliuli ,ca. When does a baby start to think? *. : :..,1"lII'iv.
structions. by .. [lien are.r re snow .
appointment. IOII/add Nobody knows exactly. But thoughts do by
319 Professional Bldg., .' oh.J eve p ereos should Pasco come
Mathews ft.ulul lad supped the Oa"rdM'Th'J association. Baby eagerly- responds to 'the ,sight of a . __
Elected Jacksonville 3, Fla. .:., 'rt: (I I) For Lii OWl "h: (2)) Fey ia bottle, because experience has 'proven, that the bottle ," .-4 '

FEA District ,Head will be in Starke Monday I childrea' "h. (3) For die sake of his offers both satisfaction and'comfortBecause .,. .. .\ '1- '.,.
Niol. the
ARIIQIi. COIDlDuil (4) rer sake '
j EldW. Mathews Sept. 12th at .. .. ,of the GurcllbelE.. shah .eeL his 'j I j 1 baby does J learn by, *association, it.i s.i important -' T ke'"... :. '. '
BHS band that :
instructor ...oralud maedal! MiPPorL Pies \q 10 v parents-take care to enlarge .theu.chddrenl: :. ._
was Monday August 22 KOCH'SDRUG '. -, 10 church 'tlu1arl, aid! read .lour BiLls J horizons as they grow. A very small ;;: -j, 1"1.' ;::". :
elected\ .
i < the
""'" r: ofi 1960-61 president :: daily to simple prayer; And a child of t "
Education of District four of the Florida STOREfor ;t" .T Day Poot CIi.pi<< Veme I enjoyment in attending' Church I
Association '
Mathews ,,1 z 8uadai' 11Cinst !t. 16-33 youngsters of .that age.

area meeting was elected held at at the Colu annual :I a free hearing test and demonstration '., I= tJiJ:: : ::1" lag lay Religious instruction and guidance training."I: u t. L'. '

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I District four is Thunder I Kiop it spiritual life of your child needs '1 .
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! north Florida counties. : Friday 1 xino :16: :;i45 I just as the mind needs day by day .,

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