Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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As Stations Lock Horns
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's". r Fair Association Sells

.g.4 Y ry" Gas dropped to 21.9 cents for sign for trucks. Wednesday

:,, 100 octane regular here early morning another independentthis
# : week as stations locked Kayo's Service Station on Hy.

r' '_ : firmly in their two week old 301 north in Starke. met the

'- a w ., aQa price, war. price drop. The price at Thoni's Full Bond Issue .

ax x'1 eM Apparently the bottom is is posted "For Trucks'* and the $25,000

G not in sight. price is quoted on the truck

U+, y w. Tuesday Thoni's, an independent pumps. The Kayo sign does not
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truck stop north of Starke specify trucks. The Bradford County Fair Association's :25pOO t>
-- on Hy. 301 posted a 21.9 cents The big question Wednesdaywas "",:.. ,,.:,:" <, v.. ;ti; "?.." ..
', > bond issue has been fully s ubscribed by sales and firm
whether or not company ;; '{ :: ;, :
stations would again meet the s ," ,. .' ; committments through le day* R. H. McIntyre, presinouncecj -

a u;., I price drop with one of their #., ; ,d dent of the fair group, an] yesterday

; 301 South S wn. ? Success of the bond salt e assures the fair board of

?.y1 R One company brand representative M R' 3? $50,000 in funds with whi ch to construct permanent

predicted late Wed- buildings at the new fair grounds on U. S. 301 just

On Schedule d I nesday that the price would be .' north of the Starke Farme. Market. State matching

met by the major companies, U Z s ', funds in the amount of $5,000) will be available after

con D ___ i- "probably Most t>nmnJlnv before: today stations: is over.dro A ;.. July 1 to add to the $25OOC) raised locally through the

Dr. Kitch and Tomadacni onu n '"'v''r--,3 P- a sale of bonds.Simultaneously.
pUrl5 ped their economy-line regular been arranged, the committeewill
with the
gas to 22.9 last week. However an file its proposal with the
II Local Palomino Is Show .. ,, :r nouncement of the successful
StopperTom According to figures from other company stations which c ? state fair board.
': ? if drive, R. H. McIntire, presidentof
I the State Road Department thr have no economy line were .. Actual construction of the
the fair association said
I four-laning of U. S. 301 southto selling at 23.9. Economy line .'; ,,, ......fiIIl- IP.. '. that drive, wouldbe new building, which will in
Jan and Dick, three was the highest for palominos I western to the English style Alachua County line is approximately gas usually is advertised at 90 ,- -v ,- '__-.a: -J : a membership clude livestock exhibit space
launched for
children of Dr. and :Mrs. T. in the country, and a national of riding. 25 per cent com- octane, somewhat lower than immediately could be under way soon if
Intricate installations dot the landscape as Florida Hydro the 1961-62 The $1
G. Ritch of Starke.. found out honor for Ocala. The English system of riding plete with 104 of 330 working higher priced regulars which season. everything goes according to
carbons $6,000,000 Brooker reaches the mid fee entitles the
last weekend that they have The five-year-old geldingwas involves a completely different days elapsed. have an octane of about 95 to new plant near membership schedule, McIntire said. "It is

the classiest horse in town to judged the Reserve Cham- set of signals to the The 104 working days which 100. way mark in construction. Construction payroll now involvesover holder to admission to the fair- possible that construction couldbe

pion [2nd] in the Model horse, Dr. Ritch stated. have been used amount to 35 While it is spotty, the price- 140 workers, and the Seaboard Air Line has completed grounds without payment of completed by October, in
ride.Tomadachi the admission
[which means Horse class in which he was Another local horse win- per cent of the time that W & war is a general one throughout its spur track into the site. regular charge. time for this year's fair, scheduled

Friendly) pictured above, with up against alf the horses ning honors in the show wasa M Construction Company of the southeast. Gas is reported McIntire said.Following for Oct. 24-28," he added.

Dr. Ritch was entered in the winning in all other classes.He 10-year-old gelding, Golden Williston was given to com- as selling for as low Friday's meeting, Last month the Departmentof
National Palomino HorseShow won first place in the Sen, Sun Don, owned by Dr. D. M. plete the project.An as 17.9 cents in Miami and For County In 1962 the board expects to call for Agriculture deeded a portion

in Ocala last weekend ior English Pleasure Class (a Christoffers of Keystone SRD spokesman said some Georgia cities. bids on the $50,000 construc of the State Farmers Mar
tion project, half of the cost
and walked off the second ,riding event, English style], Heights. Wednesday that contractors are 'i ket property on U. S. 301 as a

best horse in the show with Senior Gelding class [over 4 Golden Sun Don was firstin now 'busy stabilizing the sub- Work StartedOn New Hospital Wing To Cap being ching financed funds. After with state bids mat-are'site for a building. The Florida

six ribbons and two trophiesall years old], and he was judgedthe the Junior English Pleasure grade to ready it for the lime- received and other matters Highway Patrol also conveyedsome
to the delight of the sur champion gelding in the Class, second best Championship rock and primer which must be of its property for this
$100,000 pertinent to the bond sale haveMcRae
i prised Ritch family. The show show.: He was also judged Palomino Show Horse, fourthin added before paving can actually $$8,000,000 Building Program purpose.

second In his color class, in, the Championship English begin. The spokesman re- The public is Invited to at

which he was judged solely Pleasure and Senior Gelding ported that according to SRD Bowling AlleyConstruction tend Friday night's meeting to

on his color, and third In the classes, and third to three- figures the project is on sched- A new $300,000 wing on the will cost $5,500,000 and the I be held at 8 o'clock in the

Raiford Inmate Three Gaited Stake event, In gaited class. ule. is under way Bradford County Hospital on I I1 construction payroll will total courthouse.

which his rider had to make -- on a modern, 16-lane bowling which work is to begin within I:$750.000, the superintendent] a3' _:,

him trot gallop, and canter. alley on a 15-acre site just 60 days, according to Hospital':said. :

Hangs Himself "We had no idea of ever Sheriff Reports Within Budget north of the Southside Elemen Administrator R. E. Edmond- Another major project SwF> Principals Report

showing him; I just bought tary School on Highway 100 son, will cap off an $8,000,000 which the State Road Depart-

him for the children and to (south). -plus building program sche ment is "on schedule" at
Using the wire from an ear ride in the Sheriff's Total investment wiU'! -be in says To Schoool
Posse BoardIn
Through 1st 7 Months Of Yearcourt duled for the county in 1962. present is the four-laning of '
phone and a bed sheet, a Rai Dr. Ritch stated. Accordingto the neighborhood of $100OUO, According to Edmondson, 8.166 miles, of U.s. 301 southto 4 ,

ford ,Prison inmate, William the doctor the horse was according to the contractor, plans for the new wing will the Alachua County line {

Hadley, 38, hung himself in his seen by Sherrie Patrick of Pulling a switch from last dish reported, and the High- Clyde Knowles Construction be forwarded to the UJ5. Pub to cost a total $1,090,000. W. ;, a first of its kind meeting
cell Sunday night, Deputy Sher Gainesville of Uni- Co. of Jacksonville who is Thursday June 6
daughter a lic Health Service within 10 night, the
year Sheriff P. D. Reddish way Patrol 429. He also emphasized & M Construction Company
1 iff's A. E. Brown and RussellRedding versity of Florida history :told the county commissionlast ,that his office has handling the project 'for Hy days for approval The local .. of Williston has used, 104 or ; Bradford County School Beard

reported Monday professor who agreed to train week 'thatVhis'- ffihas- received ""100 per cent' 'coop- W.' Kliman :&:'Associates, 'of hospital will contribute $135- 35 per cent of the 330 work- and school) principals met m a

morning. Tomadachi if she could ride :collected 34856.43 in fines eration" from the FHP office Jacksonville ,!The Kliman firm 000 to the project, Edmondson ing days allowed, according to r joint cession! to discuss and

Warden DeWitt Sinclair him in the Ocala show. The and forfeitures and spent will lease the alley to Arm- said, and the remaining SRD and has an estimated 25 evaluate the last term of school
termed Hadley a "mental case" here.Reddish strong and Wilensky the ori- County School Superint.md
horse was entered in the $34,149.92 through the first also to $165,000 will be supplied by per cent of the project com- -
and said the prisoner had just show after only two monthsof seven months of this fiscal reported ginal promoters or the project, Hill-Burton Funds from the plete. ent Harmon P. Morgan termed
commission that this term of
been returned to Raiford two training and after making who will operate the business. federal government. The new the Joint meeting "a good

weeks ago from a mental in a complete switch from the year According to records in the circuit dourt has been the big The site has been cle'lredand wing will include a 25-bed ad- Projects almost complete are InstalledAs thing; the school board will be
been declared gest in the history'of Brad the $170,000 remodeling job better "
stitution. He had foundations poured for the informed. The meeting
dition with facilities
county clerk's office the fine ford County. Felonies have ancillary on the Starke Post Office on
insane a year ago, Sinclair; re- masonry and steel structure.The he said. New Post 56 was arranged at the suggestionof
and forfeiture fund now totals -
ported, after he was examinedin been on the increase for the contractor hopes to haveit Walnut Street and the city's School Board Member Rodney
Local Man 70 $37,217.91, almost $2,000 past several he said, The largest construction $58,000 sewer construction
connection with the slaying: years completed in 90 days. CommanderInstallation HalL
he and over the $35,500 budgeted for with 57 to this term of cir- project under way in the project under U.s. 301 south.
which "The
of a cellmate for The 96 x 120 ft. building will two groups should get
another inmate were suspected Kills/ Himself it by the county commission. cuit court besides those who be somewhat smaller than simi- county, the hydrocarbonsplant The post office will be backin services Tuesday together more often than theydo

r That prisoner also died from Just the opposite was true for pleaded guilty between terms. lar operations si .Gainesville at Brooker, is on sched- use later this month and night saw Julian McRae, local really," Morgan stated He

hanging, Sinclair said, which With Shotgun the 1961 fiscal year when the and PalatEa, which have 24 ule and will go into operationthis the city sewer project will be businessman, became post com- said the principals didn't dis-

was later termed suicide but commission budgeted $47,000to Teachers Out lanes. October, according to H. complete this Friday when mander of American Legion cuss the instructional side of

j he added that Hadley and the, the fine and forfeiture be ,H. Everett, superintendent of] final inspection is due. I Post 56.Other. the school program to any extent -
Seventy-year-old Charles fund but only $35,634 was There will parking space construction. The itself
For plant
other inmate had been ques- Franklin MacDonald die d collected. Summer for 80 cars, the contractor said.i Also under way are two f officers installed were: ; but stuck more closely to
tioned. I more projects a $190,000 Bill Haas, 1st vice commander; the material angle
i early Thursday morning, June Sheriff Reddish stated in The 15-acre site was purchased -
Hadley was also under a Bradford County schoolteachers I renovation of the main cellblock George Pierce, 2nd vice com- However the superintendent
from W. T.
7. of a gunshot wound, ap- his to the commissionthis last year
life sentence in the 1951 fatal 1 report began their annual. Jackson. Two Juveniles : laundry, and a buildingto mander; Al Crosby, service officer said the school board felt that
parently self-inflicted. is the first time in several .
stabbing of a second inmate, two month respite from th be converted into a mini- ; G. J. McGriff, junior ad- reading should be more em
According to Deputy Sheriff that his office has
the warden reported. years classroom last Saturday ove Sentenced In mum security wing at State jutant; Paul Canova, historian[ ; phasized throughout the entire
Willard Williams? MacDonald supported itself entirely but Starke Sewer
Deputy Brown said that Had a week later than their pupils Prison at Raiford and a new Bill Tilley, treasurer; Bill Soto school system

ley took the soft wire from an l was reportedly despondent over he emphasized that this year They will report back t Project Complete Vandalism CaseTwo Florida Bank at Starke build- and Walter King, sgts.-at-arms,
financial matters and over has five months to Budget -
earphone, with which all in go. ing. and Dr. A. Y. Covington, H. A
a wreck in which he was involved for the sheriff's depart- duty next August 20 for th This Band BoostersTo
mates are provided to listen to. I Friday Warden DeWitt Sinclair Bishop Jr., and C. J. Schaefer,
on Wednesday. June B.a ment for the entire year is annual pre-school Florida Ed Starke juveniles, aged reports Cement Plans
music, and attached it to l that work the laun- post executive committee.The
The deputy said MacDonald $54,900.50."I ucational Association meeting: The City of Starke's $58,0001 11 and 12, were sentenced to on
ventilation in the ceiling installation was
grating apparently shot himself un look for the to U. S. 301 dry and minimum security For Orange BowlPlans 1
summer m Live Oak. The meeting will l sewer project on indeterminate periods in the Com
of his cell. He then tieda by Past Department
section is
der the chin with a .16 guag be dull," Reddish predicted, south will be completed by tomorrow Industrial School for Boys after nearing completion,
bedsheet to the wire, and aparently >; initiate the 1962-63 two week perhaps by July 1 but workon mander A. J. Thomas Jr. to send the Bradford
of shotgun loaded with buckshot. meaning that the amount of : when final inspection a hearing last Thursday ,
got on top the. washbasin pre-planning period befor In other activities Treasurer
the cell block "rock" County School band
Williams fixed the time at approximately arrests may drop. Sheriff's : is scheduled, according to City before County Judge T. A. or as to
and jumped off. school Kenneth Grider reported that
8:30: a.m. andt have made 493 begins on Septembe r Clerk Merrill Edwards. the inmates call it, is not the Orange Bowl next NewYear's
deputies arrests Yawn.
The prisoner's neck did not t said MacDonald was dead 4, the day after Labor Day,, is I nearly; complete. Work on the the Post received and disbursed Day will be cemented ata
Red the
Contractor for
this -
far project
i break, Brown reported, but t t so year, according to School Superintendent Both were charged with 'more than $4,000 last year. of the Band
when he arrived at the scene Smith-Sweger Construction rock! will be a drawn out process meeting Booster's
death was caused 'by strangu Harmon P. breaking into and defacingthe Past Commander H. A. BishopJr.
: on U.S. 301 just north of Morgan' the warden says, sinceit Association at the band hall
of Clearwater.
lation. Hadley was alone in hone is Stuckey's. SRD Asks Bids Company I newly constructed West involves shifting men from gave the annual report reviewing Monday evening at 8 p. m.
man cell in the east unit t moreland Street home of O. the activities of the
All bands
section of the to appearing at the
MacDonald shot himself in State Road 100 one prison '
of the prison on the Bradford 1 E. Crosby on May 22. Enter- past
year. Bowl in
a shed in back of his home i' a :,,t another while the work is being Orange Miami will
County side of New River. after he had tacked a pieceof ing the nearly finished home done. Chairman of the Boys State march in the parade that day

Death was fixed at approximately plywood over the only win- The State Road Department by using partly opened window Construction on the impressive Committee reported that three which will be televised na-

12:04: a. m. Monday. will receive bids on' June 28 the boys broke open tins local boys, Jack McComb, Lyn- tionally in color by NBC.
dow. Neither his wife nor his fi '.+ new bank building is well
reworking and widening of paint and indiscriminately wood Walters, and Jimmy Charles L. Phipps, club president
grandson heard the fatal shot, under way. but Bank Presi-
1 4 b: painted walls, light fixtures Smith are attending Boys State said that
however Williams said. Both 9.7 miles of State Road 100 r, : dent S. L. Peek Jr. declined a committee of
FISH ,FRY had heard him hammering in between Starke and the Brad ,, s, and mirrors to release figures since "sev. in Tallahassee this week. During prominent Bradford County

the shed earlier that morning.He ford-Union County line aNew t f Thursday's appearance in eral marble contracts are,o the week's study on government people is being formed and plans
Friday, June 15' was found by his-grandson River. > t 4. juvenile court was the second still to be let." The site is McComb was elected to to raise $3,000 to finance the

6 to 8 P.M. who went to the shed The project will, include :. for the younger of the two comprised of the entire block the House of Representatives.The project will be presented at

while playing. The grandsonhad complete rebuilding and wi boys who had been placed on between the First Baptist and next regular meeting, a Monday's meeting."Promottonwise.

FIRST earlier seen ]MacDonald dening from its present widthof a ;+.; ,. probation in 1960 after being First Methodist Churches, supper, is scheduled for June the value to

PRESBI'TERIANCHURCH take the shotgun from the 20 feet to 24 'feet: convicted of breaking into a with the exception of the Woman's 26. Bradford County and Starkecan
Negotiations are now un tt3 y train. The older youth had hardly be over-estimated
house, but told the deputy he .4 Club property. The
thought his grandfather was der way for the acquisition ofand also been in previous trouble, handsome black granite, gray Youths Attend and this will be a tremendous

Adults $1 going to shoot a snake or necessary borrow pits ,. ''' having been before the judge brick and plate glass buildingwill StateThis learning experience for the band
Boys "
rabbit. drainage easements for the for stealing at school. front on Jefferson Street, members, Phippa said.

Children 50c MacDonald was a retired project.. Appraisals have beer k YF Both boys admitted defacingthe with extensive parking facilities Week No solicitation of money will

composer and had money invested completed and $5,000 has been new home and both said on the north and east be made at Monday's meetingand

a : In the All-Star Music placed in the registry of ,the they "knew it was wrong" portions of the block. Leaving Sunday for a week all who wish to attendare

Company, the deputy said. He in the event any parcelshave 1 r but neither could give the at Boy's State in Tallahassee urged to do so, according

Sponsored .by.,bleu. .of the had lived to Bradford Countyfor to be condemned. No judge any reason for their ac Slade To Speak were three Bradford High to Mr. PhIPps.Madison .

Church for benefit of the a year coming here from additional right-of-way i s By County Board tion. One of the youths remarked School seniors, Lynwood Wal-

Lake Worth. He was also a needed for the actual road- to the judge that he On CommunismOver ters, Jack McComb, and Jimmy 1 Street

building fund. : member of the Baptist bed. Rescue Unit Bus' Inspected "didn't, like my teacher at WRGR RadioT. Smith.

Church. school because she made me The three are sponsored by Playground OpenThe

Surviving are his wife, Eli- Nine FatalitiesDue Members of the Board of emergency vehicle is equipped work." H. Slade will give a 15. Jones-Langford-White American
i zabeth MacDonald of Starke; County Commissioners are pictured for most types of light rescue Judge Yawn termed the Legion Poet 56, Starke Rotary Madison st. Playground
minute talk "Communism"on
three stepsons M. C. Thompson. To Traffic above inspecting the work. situation "pathetic" but said on o Club, and the Starke Elks under the supervision of John

This Space Contributed Jacksonville: D a v I d Here In 1961 County Rescue Unit's emergency Since being organized in he could "see no other re- radio Thursday station June WRGR 14 atpm >hi 6 I I Lodge. Manning will be open for

Thompson Dalton Ga., and bus at their meeting last March of 1961 the unit has. course" but to sentence the Walters is the son of Mr: children in that area every

Weekly. to .Publicize. .Johnny Thompson Gaines Nine people were killed on week.. taken part in three draggingand boys to indeterminate periods.n ., sponsored commemoration by the of Elks Flag Club.Day, and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mc-. afternoon from 2 to 5 pm.

commissioners another statement this ; Comb's parents are },(r. and Mr. Manning will have
U1fwiitj' Events' byThe' ville. highways in Bradford .County The inspectedthe recovery operations and { Elks Club members ol. pro
CoI Funeral services were held during 1961. according'to figures bus on invitation from the two searches for lost children. time ,to the parents of the Lodge 1802 and friends are In, Mrs. Jack McComb, and Smith grams In baseball softball,

Friday at the t graveside in released by the Depart Rescue Unit Commander Don The 40 member unit has also, two youths who were required vited to attend a dance Saturday is the son of Mr. and Mrs. dodgebaH and' other outdoor

Community' ,Crosby Lake Cemetery with ment of Public Safety in Tal- Champion as a part of, an informal 58 hours of to be at the hearing the June 21, and Foster Shi Smith. The three games phis arts end crafts
completed training evening
'" .. Rev. H. Walton Grady offid- lahassee. report to the board judge spoke "Frankly and : will return to Starke Saturday every Wednesday afternoon.The .

State Bank attofe. DeWitt. Jones Fun- Accidents reported during which also acts as the in basic and advanced'first-aid not.critically, but ,the adults of every the third month Saturday at ths evening Elks., after a week's training in the program !Is conducted

eral Home was to charge of the 12 months totaled 178. unit's Board of Trustees.Champion and fire rescue work Champion sitting at this table are re governmental affairs of the: by the Starke Recreation D*.
.,..-- arrangements with,88 persons injured. ? said in hIs report that the reported. sponsible." paftment.

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g As. StationsGas Horns

Fair Association Sells

dropped to. 21.9 cents for sign for trucks. Wednesday

: to a 100 octane regular here early morning another independent
this week as stations locked Kayo's Service Station on Hy.

firmly in their two week old 301 north in Starke. met the

wjx -.m price war.Apparently. price drop. The price at Thorn's Full Bond IssueL .
the bottom is is posted "For Trucks"* and the $25,000

t not: in sight.Tuesday price is quoted on the truck

Thoni's, an independent pumps. The Kayo sign does not
truck stop north of Starkeon specify trucks.
The Bradford County Fair Association's $25,000
: Hy. 301 posted a 21.9 cents The big question Wednesdaywas : ; .:
''.", bond issue has been fully subscribed by sales and firm
whether or not company -
: ;I. committments through Tuesday, R. H. McIntyre, presi-
r 6 t' stations would again meet the : ,,
price drop with one of their 'i'"" dent of the fair group, announced, yesterday.

301 South own.One Success of the bond sale assures the fair board of

.- company brand repre- $50,000 in funds with which to construct permanent

sentative predicted late Wed- ...,.. buildings at the new fairgrounds on U. S. 301 just

On Schedule 'nesday that the price would be \ north of the Starke Farmers Market. State matching

met by the major companies, funds in the amount of $25,000 will be available after
.. probably before today is over."
July 1 to add to the $25,000 raised locally through the
Most stations
Dr. Rich and Tomadachi SRD Reports company drop- sale of bonds.Simultaneously. :
ped their economy-line regular been arranged, the committeewill
gas to 22.9 last week. However with the an- file its proposal with the
Local Palomino Is Show, Stopperwestern According to figures from other company stations which nouncement of the successful :state fair board.
drive, R. H. McIntire, president
the State Road Department tbs have no economy line were Actual construction of the
four-laning of U. S. 301 southto selling at 23.9. Economy line -, of the fair association, said new building, which will include *
Tom Jan and Dick, three the highest for palominos Alachua is is advertised 90( >-. ;1 that a membership drive would ,
was to the English style County line ap- gas usually at .1.:... '__ n "',4n.'., -' livestock exhibit space,
children of Dr. and Mrs. T. in the country, and a national of riding. proximately 25 per cent com- octane, somewhat lower than be launched immediately for 'could be under way soon if
Intricate installations dot the landscape as Florida Hydrocarbons the 1961-62 The $1'
O. Ritch of Starke, found out honor for Ocala. The English system of riding plete with 104 of 330 working higher priced regulars which season. everything goes according to
last weekend that they have The five-year-old geldingwas involves a completely different days elapsed. i have an octane of about 95 to new $6,000,000 plant near Brooker reaches the mid- membership fee entitles the schedule, McIntire said. "It is

i the classiest horse in town to judged the Reserve Cham- set of signals to the The 104 working days which 100.While way mark in construction. Construction payroll now involvesover holder to admission to the fair- .possible that construction couldbe

1 pion [2nd] in the Model horse. Dr. Ritch stated. have been used amount to 35 it is spotty, the price- 140 workers, and the Seaboard Air Line has completedits grounds without payment of completed by October, in
ride.Tomadachl the admission
[which means Horse class in which he was Another local horse win- per cent of the time that W & war is a general one throughout :- spur track into the site. charge. time for this year's fair, scheduled
Friendly) pictured above: with 'up against alf the horses ning honors in the show wasa M Construction Company of: the southeast, Gas is re- :McIntire said.FOlloWing for Oct. 24-28," he added.

Dr. Ritch was entered in the winning in all other classes.He 10-year-old gelding, Golden Williston was given to com- ported as selling for as low Friday's meeting, Last month the Departmentof
National Palomino HorseShow I won first place in the Senior Sun Don, owned by Dr. D. M. plete the project.An as 17.9 cents in Miami and For County In 1962 the board expects to call for Agriculture deeded a por

in Ocala last weekend i English Pleasure Class (a Christoffers of K e y s t one SRD spokesman said some Georgia cities. bids on the $50,000 construe :tion of the State Farmers Market *
tion project, half of the cost
and walked off the second .riding event, English style], Heights. Wednesday that contractors are property on U. S. 301 as a

best horse in the show with I Senior Gelding class [over 4 Golden Sun Don was first now 'busy stabilizing the sub- Work Started New Hospital Wing To Cap being ching financed funds. After with state bids mat- :site: for .building. The Florida
six ribbons and two trophiesall years old], and he was judged in the Junior English Pleasure grade to ready it for the lime- are Highway Patrol also conveyedsome
and other matters
to the delight of the sur- the champion gelding in the I Class, second best Championship rock and primer which must be of its property for this
On WOJOO pertinent to the bond sale have :
prised Ritch family. The show uhow. He was also judged Palomino Show Horse, fourthin added before paving can actually i $$8,000,000 Building ProgramA purpose.
second in his color class, in the Championship English begin. The spokesman re- The public is Invited to at-

which he was judged solelyon Pleasure and Senior Gelding ported that according to SRD Bowling Alley tend Friday night's meeting to

j his color and third in the classes, and third in three- figures the project is on sched' new $300,000 wing on the will cost $5,500,000 and the be held at 8 o'clock in the

Raiford ,Inmate Three Gaited'Stake event, in .gaited class.Sheriff. ule. Construction is under way Bradford County Hospital on I construction payroll will total courthouse.

which his rider had to make on a modern, 16-lane bowling which work Is to begin within I$750,000, the superintendentsaid.

him trot gallop, and canter. alley on a 15-acre site just 60 days, according to Hospital .

Hangs Himself "We had no idea of ever Reports Within( Budget north of the Sputhside Elementary Administrator R. E. Edmond-I Another major J project Principals ReportTo

showing him: I just bought School on Highway 100 son, will cap off an $8.000,000 which the State Road Depart- 4

Using the wire from an ear- him ride for in the the Sheriff's children and Posse to" Through 1st 7 Months Of YearPulling (south Total). investment will be in -plus duled for building the county program in sche-1962. ment present says is the is "on four-laning schedule at of Schoool BoardIn

and a bed sheet a Rai-
phone Dr.. Ritch stated. According the neighborhood of $100,000, According to Edmondson, 8.166 miles,of U.S. 301 southto .
ford Prison inmate, William to the doctor the horse was according to the contractor, plans for the new wing will the Alachua County line

Hadley, 38; hung himself in his seen by Sherrie Patrick of a switch from last dish reported, and the High- Clyde Knowles ConstructionCo. be forwarded to the UJ3. Pub- to cost a total 1090000. W a fir t of its kind meeting

cell Sunday night, Deputy Sheriffs j Gainesville, daughter of a University year Sheriff P. D. Reddish way patrol 429. He also em- of Jacksonville, who .is lic Health Service within 10 & M Construction Companyof Thursday night, June 6, the

A. E. Brown and Russell of Florida history told the county commission phasized that his office .has handling the project for Hy days for approvals The local Williston has used..104 or Bradford County School Board
1 .Redding reported Monday ptofessor, who agreed to-train last week'thatVhls'jaf. has received ""lOO'per cent" coop- W.. KIima ..&.'K Socle.t.es: .',-01 hospital will contribute $135- 35' per cent of the 330 work and school principals met in a

k morning. Tomadachi if she could ride collected 34856.43 in fines eration" from the FHP office Jacksonville. The Kliman firm 000 to the project Edmond- ing days allowed, according to joint cession! to discuss and
Warden DeWitt Sinclair him in the Ocala show. The and forfeitures and spent will lease the alley to Arm- son said and the remaining SRD, and has an estimated 25 evaluate the last term of school

termed Hadley a "mental case" horse was entered in the $34,149.92 through the first here.Reddish also reported to the strong and Wilensky, the original $165,000 will be supplied by per cent of the project com- County School Superintend.
and said the prisoner had just show after only two monthsof seven months of this fiscal promoters or the project, Hill-Burton Funds from the plete. N'" "'_ ent Harmon P. Morgan termed
commission that this term of
been, returned to Raiford two training and after makinga who will operate the 'business federal government. The the joint meeting "a good
weeks ago from a mental in- completeswitch from the year.According to records in the circuit court has been the biggest The site has been cleared wing will include a 25-bed ad- Projects almost complete are McRae InstalledAs thing; the school board will be
stitution. He had been declared In the history'of Brad- and foundations poured for the dition with the $170,000 remodeling job 'better informed." The meetingwas
county clerk's office the fine ancillary facilities
ford County. Felonies have on the Starke Post Office on
insane a' year ago, Sinclair re- masonry and steel structure.The he said. New PostCommander 56 arranged at the suggestion
and forfeiture fund now totals -
ported, after he was examinedin been on the Increase for the contractor hopes to have Walnut Street and the city's of School Board Member Rodney
connection with the slaying Local Man, 70, $37,217.91, almost $2,000 past several years he said, it completed in 90 days. The largest construction $58,000 sewer construction II Hall,
which he and over the $35,500 budgeted for with 57 in this term of cir- project under way in the project under U.s. 301 south.
of a cellmate for The 96 x 120 ft. building will "The two groups should get
Kills Himself it by the county commission.Just cuit court besides those who county the hydrocarbons The post office will be backin
another inmate were suspected be somewhat smaller than similar Installation services Tuesday together more often than they
died from the opposite was true for pleaded guilty between terms. plant at Brooker, is on sched- use later this month and "
That prisoner also operations m Gainesvill night saw Julian McRae; local do, really, Morgan stated. He
hanging.. Sinclair said, which With Shotgun the 1961 fiscal year when the and PalaiEa, which have 24 ule and will go into operationthis the city sewer project will be businessman, became post com- said the: principals didn't discuss
was later termed suicide but commission budgeted $47,000to Teachers Out lanes. October according to H. complete this Friday when mander of American Legion the instructional side of
the fine and forfeiture H. Everett, of
he added that Hadley and the ., superintendent final inspection is due. I Post 56.Other. the school to
Seventy-year-old C h a Ties There will be parking space program any ex.
fund, but only $35,634 was construction. The itself
For plant
other inmate had been ques- Franklin MacDonald die collected. for 80 cars, the contractor said. Also under way are two I officers installed were: tent, but stuck more closely to

tioned. early Thursday morning, June Sheriff Reddish stated in I The 15-acre site was purchased more projects a $190,000 Bill Haas, 1st vice commander; the material angle.
Hadley was also under a Bradford County schoolteachers renovation of the main cell George Pierce, 2nd vice com- However, the superintendent
last from W. T.
of gunshot wound, apparently year
7. a his report to the commissionthis
life sentence in the 1951 fatal self-inflicted. began their annual Jackson. Two Juveniles block, laundry, and a buildingto mander; Al Crosby, service officer said, the school board felt that
is the first time in sev- .
stabbing of a second inmate, two month respite from the be converted into a minimum ; G. J. McGriff, junior adjutant reading should be more emphasized -
According to Deputy Sheriff eral that his office has
the warden reported. MacDonaldwas years classroom last Saturday overa Sentenced In security wing at State ; Paul Canova, historian; throughout the entire
Willard Williams supported itself entirely, but Starke Sewer \
Deputy Brown said that Had- week later than their pupils. Prison at Raiford and a new Bill Tilley, treasurer; Bill Soto school system.
reportedlydespondent over -
ley took the soft wire from an financial matters and overa has he emphasized five months that to this go. Bud-year They will report back to I Project CompleteThis Vandalism CaseTwo Florida Bank at Starke building and Walter King, sgts.-at-arms,

earphone, with which all in- duty next August 20 for the and Dr. A. Y. Covington, H. A. Band Boosters
t wreck in which he was involved get for the sheriff's depart-
mates are provided to listen to FridayThe Jr. and C. J. Schaefer
Bishop ,
Warden DeWitt Sinclair
on Wednesday, June 6. ment for the entire is annual pre-school Florida Ed- reports -
year Starke juveniles, aged To
music, and attached it to a that work on the laun- post executive committee.The Plans
ceiling ,The deputy said MacDonald 5490050. ucational Association meeting City of Starke's $58,000 11 and 12, were sentenced to
ventilation grating in the installation conducted
shot himself under dry and minimum security was For
of his cell. He then tied apparently "I look for the summer to I I m Live Oak. The meeting will sewer project on U. S. 301 indeterminate periods in the by Past Department Com- Orange BowlPlans
section is ,
the chin with a .16 guag dull" Reddish predicted, tomorrow nearing completion
be south will be completed by -
Industrial School for Boys after -
bedsheet.to the wire and apparently initiate the 1962-63 two week mander A. J. Thomas Jr.
; workon
1 but
shotgun loaded with buckshot. meaning that the amount of when final inspectionis perhaps by July to send the Bradford
'got on top of the! washbasin pre-planning period before a hearing last Thursday the cell block "rock" In other activities Treasurer
Williams fixed the time at ap- Sheriff's or as County High School band to
arrests, may drop. scheduled, according to City before County Judge T. A.
and jumped off. school begins. on September the inmates call it, is not Kenneth Grider reported that the
proximately 8:30 ajn. and deputies have made 493 arrests Clerk Merrill Edwards. Orange Bowl next NewYear's
The prisoner's neck .did not, 4, the day after Labor Day, Yawn. complete. Work the the Post received and disbursedmore
said MacDonald was dead nearly on Day will be cemented ata
so far this year, Roo' Contractor for the project is:
break, Brown reported, bu when he arrived at the sceneon according to School Superin- Smith ConstructionCompany Both were charged with rock will be a drawn out process than $4,000 last year. meeting of the Band Booster'sAssociation
death was caused 'by strangu- tendent Harmon Sweger : breaking into and defacingthe Past Commander H. A.
U.S. 301 just north of P. Morgan the warden says sinceit BishopJr. at the band hall
lation. Hadley was alone in his Stuckey's. SRD Asks Bids of newly constructed West- involves shifting men from gave the annual report reviewing -Monday evening at 8 p. m.

one man cell in the east unit MacDonald shot himself in On State Road 100 ;iu------ moreland'Street home of O. one section of the prison to the activities of the AU bands appearing at the
the prison on the Bradford rIrJcL; --1 E. 22. Enter-
of Crosby on May past year.
I a shed in back of his home another while the work is being Orange Bowl in Miami will
County side of New River. ing the nearly finished home Chairman of the Boys State
done. march in the
after he had tacked a pieceof parade that day
Death was fixed at approximately by using a.partly"-opened window Committee reported that three
plywood over the only win- The State Road Departmentwill Construction on the impres- which will be televised nationally
12:04: a. m. Monday.. a the broke tins local Jack McComb
receive bids on June 28 boys open boys, Lyn- in color NBC.
dow. Neither his wife nor his sive new bank building is well by
S grandson heard the fatal on reworking and widening of paint and indiscriminately under way but Bank wood Walters, and Jimmy Charles L. Phipps club presIdent
however, Williams said. shot'l 9.7 miles of State Road 100 painted walls, light fixtures dent S. L. Peek Jr. Prest-I Smith are attending Boys Statein said that a committee of
FISH FRY had heard him hammering in between Starke and the Brad- : and mirrors. to release figures since Tallahassee this week. Dur- prominent Bradford County

1 the shed earlier that morning.He ford-Union County line at Thursday's appearance In eral marble contracts are' ing the week's study on govern people is being formed and plansto
Friday June 15' New River. juvenile court was the second ment McComb was elected to raise $3,000 to finance the
was found by his -grandson still to be let. The cite is I
6 to 8 P.M.FIRST who went to the shed The project will include for the younger of the two comprised of the entire block the House of Representatives.The project will be presented at

while playing. The grandsonhad complete rebuilding and Widening .. boys who had been placed on : between the First Baptist and I next regular meeting, a Monday's meeting."Promotionwise.
earlier seen MacDonald from its present widthof i probation in 1960 after being I First Methodist Churches supper, is scheduled for June the value to

PRESBYTERIANCHURCH take the shotgun from the 20 feet to 24'feet: convicted of breaking into a with the exception of the Wo-' 26. Bradford County and Starkecan

house but told the.deputy he Negotiations are 'now un- i I train. The older :youth had man's Club property. The hardly be over-estimated
thought his grandfather was der way for the acquisition of t also been in previous trouble, handsome black granite gray I Youths Attend and this will be a tremendous

Adults $1 going to shoot a snake, or necessary borrow pits and .i having been before the judge brick, and plate glass buildingwill Boys State learning experience for the band
t rabbit. drainage easements', for the for stealing at school. front ,on Jefferson Street. members," Phipps said.
Children 50c MacDonald was a retired project. Appraisals have! been 4 Both boys admitted defacingthe with extensive parking facilities This Week No solicitation of money win

\ composer and had money in- completed and $5.000 has been new home and both said J on the north and east be made at Monday' meetingand
L t .j. vested to the All-star Music placed in the registry of the they "knew it was. wrong portions of the block. Leaving Sunday for a week an who wish to attendare

.. Company the deputy said. He court in the event any parcels ---- but neither could give the at Boy's State in Tallahasseewere urged to do BO, according
S re4 b y: {en'of the ,had lived in Bradford Countyfor have to be condemned. No judge any reason for their ac- Slade To SpeakCommunism three Bradford High to Mr. Phipps.Madison .

Church for benefit of the 'a rear coming here from additional right-of-way 1 speeded By County Board tion. One of the youths remarked School seniors Lynwood Walters -

Lake Worth. He was also a for the actual road to the judge that he I I On Jack McComb and Jimmy StreetPlayground

-3? r t'".:.&ulltfing. fund. i member of the :Baptist bed. Rescue Unit I fas Inspected "didn't, like my teacher at'''Over WRGR RadioT. Smith.

__ '. .- Church. school because she made me The three are sponsored by Open fII

Surviving are his wife. Eli- :Nine Fatalities Members of the Board d r emergency vehicle is equipped I work. H. Slade will give a 15 Jones-Langford-White American .
", zabeth MacDonald of Starke; County Commissioners are pie. for most types of light!: rescue Judge' Yawn termed the minute talk on "Communism"on Legion Post 56, Starke Rotary -II The Madison st. Playground

'''US Contributed three:v tepsons, M. C. Thompson .Due To Traffic tured above inspecting the work. situation "pathetic," but said. radio station WRGR at 6 Club and the Starke Elks under the supervision of John

Jacksonville; David Here In 1961Nine County Rescue Unit's emergency Since being organized in l he could "see no other re-i pjn. Thursday June 14 in Lodge. Manning will be open for

Weekly l to Publicize -. Thompson, Dalton, Gt, andJohnny bus at their meeting last: March of 1961 the unit bis course" but to sentence the! commemoration of Flag Day. Walters is the son of Mr children in that area every'

, ,. ,. Thompson- Gaines people were killed on week.. taken part in three draggingand ", boys to indeterminate. periods.'I II sponsored by the Elks Club. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mc- afternoon from 2 to 5 pan
Ceamuriity" Events c by Vm 1 highways' in Bradford .County The commissioners!!/ inspectedthe I recovery operations and I Jfn another statement this Elks club members of Comb's parents are Mr. and Mr. Manning win have programs

'. .* Funeral services were held during 1961, according: 'to fig- bus on invitation from the! two searches for lost children.. time: :to the parents of the II Lodge 1802 and friends are invited Mrs. Jack McComb: and Smithis in baseball, softball .
i THe< Fridayat:. 'the% graveside in ures released by the Depart- Rescue Unit Commander Don:l The 40 member unit has also. two youths who were required to attend a dance Sat- the son of bin and Mrs. dodgebaU and other outdoor .

Gommunifiy, ., .., .Crosby ,Lake Cemetery with ment of Public Safety in TaI- Champion as a part of- an informal completed 58 hours of training, to be.at, the hearing the urday evening, June 21, and Foster Shi Smith. The three games plus arts and crafts
_ c. t' Rev..H.Walton Grady off let- lahassee. report to the board; I judge spoke. "Frankly and third Saturday evening will return to Starke Saturday every Wednesday afternoon.
and advanced every
+ State B nk tint. DeWit$ C. Jones Funeral Accidents reported during which also acts as the in basic first-aid I. not..critically- but the adults of the month at the Elks after a week's training in the The program is conducted j

Home was in charge of Pie 12 months totaled ITS unit's Board of Trustees.. Champion and fire rescue work. Champion sitting at this table are jresponsibie,1 Lodge. governmental affairs of. the by the Starke Recreation De ,

t" 8E'.N1'JJ' ;.- with.88.persons injured. ? i said in his report that the, reported. state. -. ptmen

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IiI 'LMrs.. Lee Chambers* and son. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman has I I Arts, Crafts Fla. Theatre Raiford School I Carol Ann PhippsIs
Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. been in Miami the past week .t
I : William Moore and children visiting her sister. Mrs. C. F. Offered ChildrenThe Sets June 20 To Be Razed RunnerUpIn

spent last Tveek in Miami .ay1e."' ... Twist Contest Contests
I with relatives.. Charles re- ,-1:Among those attending the Summer Recreation The'old schoolhouse at Rai- Beauty
mained with his uncle and ITAshort course at Uj. ',of F. Program sponsored by the I movie'-gders 'I ford, constructed: in 1914, is s' :
I ; r H Area will have MICal 'PhIpp
\ 1 :
fh JYednesday and Thursday Starke Recreation Department scheduled for razing sometime -
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Steve an opportunity to see local daughter of Chaplain and
MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 are JjIrs.-j.Drfw Jtejfldish, Mrs. I includes an Arts and Crafts before the end of the
Simmons, for an :extended dancers .in action when the. Mrs. Charles L. Phipps placed -
j, rrPevat tr.,, Mrs. : ,, class on Tuesday and Thurs- -
and I
1. .yisit. !/ ; : .4 Florida Theatre stages its year.The 'in the top five finalists in
Mrs. Martha Hazen had as Paula Hieatt of Orlando is Hazen Maxi Carter Jr. I : day afternoons at 1:30: at the II I Union County Commission -
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. ,I. : I "Twist Contest" here. June 20 the "Miss Golden CrowD Fi-
; ; weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. spending several weeks with and Mrs.V. V. Hazen attended Mrs. C. L. Scholl of the t"A : Pratt Street Playground, and I to 22. which purchased the I esta" .beauty cpntest at Fer-
I Albert Starke Woman's Club attended Wednesday afternoons at the abandoned building: from the
Hazen of -
Lakewood, theirniece
,i her grandmother. Mrs. Pauline the graduation of Nearly a dozen have already ; nanina Beach last weekend
the District Four Workshop Madison Street Playground at board, this week decided -
,Ohio. Mr-' and Mrs. Walter Torode, at Kingsley Lake. Mary Ruth. Hazen' ] : entered. the contest to vie for Miss Phipps has been asked
"Witt Paiatka i of the Florida Federationof : : I to sell it for salvage.
of and Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. E. ,W. Hayes from Gainesville. .Hizh School z 2:30.The I the $25 .cash first prize according to enter the "Miss Show Palace l.
Mrs. Harley Hazen of Lawtey.. Women's Clubs in Jack- will be to instruct Vernon and Richard, Griffis '"
program U.S.A"
I have had as guests at their last Wednesday night. to Roert Barksdale,!! I beauty: contest JL
Mrs. Billy Clark and children Wil-! sonville We nesday, June V6.Mr the children how to and Purvis Norman submittedthe '
I Kingsley Lake home Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James manager of the theatre. Second -! Delana, at the 'f.ndf this
C of :Eau Gallic, and I Mrs. Wilson Hayes and two burn and family of West Palm :jand Mrs. .S. _M. .Simmons i m a k e bracelets, lanyards,I and: third prizes of $15 high bid. 1503., for the month: *)rhe'-'wipner of thus

Mrs.. D.J.: Clark of Jacksonville I i daughters of El Paso. Texas. Beach were weekend guests anj Mrs. Beulah Saxonof necklaces, plus the use of and ($5 will also be awarded. brick structure. They were contest will'be awarded: a movie -

are' visiting Mr: and ; and Mrs. W. E. Hayes and of Mrs. W. G. Haile. Richmond, Va. were' overnight '. plastic molds.Jaycees Persons wishing to enter given until Dec. 31 to demolishit contract in Hollywood.

Mrs. L.. Ds.:.""Green and.Mrs- C. daughter of Miami for the' Miss. Kay Hart and Ronald;| ,.guests Monday of Mrs. -j I II the contest may do so at the and clear the property.The I

I r D. Williams thIs.. eek. past two weeks. On Sunday Crawford are home for the .Bertha Pearce. I 'J .HoldDiimer box office and advance tick-, county plans to erect: CORRECTION

Karen and Randy Bennett Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes and summer from Brigham ,Young J Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kellyof (Bradford Girls ets are also on sale which;( a smaller building on; the site i

I J. of Jacksonville are spending I. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayesi University, Provo, Utah. Jacksonville are spending I'Attend 4-H Club MeetingThe admit an individual to all to serve as a community ceni i A receI$ *'Jones'Mem. seated the

I this week j 'with their grand- i and daughters of Brooker, and Dr. and Mrs, T. G. Ritch this week at the Guy Andrews three evening performances. : ter and voting place. I that Carolyn was
*. mother, Mrs. Frazier \1 cottage on Kingsley Lake. Short Course Starke Jaycees held daughter. .of. Mr. and Mrs
Shaw, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayes of and familY. and Dr. and Mrs. 1 Two run-offs will be held the! abandoned '
and aJ1d'Mrs.'Lamar Edwin Prevatt of LSU Ba- their monthly dinner meet- The school was Thurman Jpnes? She is the
Mr. Shaw and daughter -
Jacksonville were guests of D.M. Christoffers first wo nights with the finals I
at BrpoklynvLake.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Hayes. of Keystone Heights spent ton Rouge La., spent several I Thelma Knight [left, Ce- ing Tuesday night at the going c on; June 22. The in school 1959 was when consolidated the Raiford with daughter of Mr. andOord'on Mrs

.'and Mrs. Howe E. More- Harold Tyus will Jeave Friday the weekend in .Ocala where I days last week with his par- leste DeVoe, and Home Dem- Garden Restaurant. film. "Don't Knock The. Union County High at Lake : Jones.ATHLETES .

,dock ..and ,.daughter, ,Dell of 1 for the .FSU summer session they attended the National ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pre- onstration Agent Dorothy After dinner, Buddy Elliott Twist," is being shown. Butler. 1
Coral, Gables. "were Monday'" Palamino Horse Show in which vatt.Miss Ross, pictured above, are .attending superintendent of recre- through the three days. II j 1I I 'PO'OTHOWiTO..TREAT

'!'guests of-Mrs. Joe.Wilson..Bill I Miss Martha Weldon will they had entries. Also attend- Joan Scholl of Phila- the annual 4-H. Club' ation, awarded certificates to I \ IT-

..iWall,oft St. Augustine arrive home Friday' from St. ing on Sunday were Dr. and delphia, Pa. has been spending Short Course this week at the four sponsors of the I TIlE RIGHT PDIXT for the!I \'. A.t tmWJwU't.: ; te&it'Sr&T%&.cfc"iUkmf.T-4.L. burming You feel, i H- I

visited ,his'' .aunt, Mrs. Joe: Vincent's School of NursingI Mrs. A. J. Barry and son, two weeks vacation with Florida State University in Jaycee Little Boys Baseball ', Have you an old refrigerator. .....t.... n... '1a J S i. 8 i la. watch
her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. way.vyouwrite.Come. in and t tefc ct.d .H* Oi.j",.(ftW.te.ltlar,
.Wilson.Tuesday, J I for a month's vacation. Drew. i Tallahassee.The League to show them how ESTER- :i fait or tools which you no longer -\skin 'ftpla t It;<'If.\Dlit''fefcw.a. 'tN ON tI'
..... ,J. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett L. Scholl. They spent the two girls' projects were much the Jaycees appreciatetheir select_ yourfavorite:, ; use. Convert them)' Into "cash L HOUR yoitr k- .ttnr. :' drug
I of Murfreesboro. Tenn. were past .weekend a t Daytona good enough to win them the help in operating the! BROOK Fountain. Pen- TELE- now. Phone 964-3101 and aki i''. -\r''NOW. '. '.t4' '" '

visiting their son-in-law and Beach. trip over other 4-H Club girlsin program. GRAPH. for classified. 1 ALL" .. DRUG, STORES

..I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson the county. Five Bradford Sponsors receiving awards '
) and son; Jimmy, were in Al- to make the .. .. a---- _F'I
ry Green last week. Mrs. Sub- girls qualified were Norman Willis Community -- : --- '

I .f.2.. .' .; l(' lett remained here with her lendale, S.C. from Friday to trip but only two are going, State Bank; Carl k :: '$ .,... .it M $ I:H'-..' !.-.-, .'.: ,
<< ,
., :-:: family for a month Monday attending the Woods' Miss Ross said. Johns Starke Builders Sup-

t ,;;; Mrs. M E. Griner of Lake I family reunion. They were .in To .qualify for the trip ply; Jerome Johns, Johns Oil j I '
t Butler was a last; Saturday I Auburndale and Orlando from Thelma worked on three pro- Company; and John Breedenof I .
J.f Tuesday to Thursday visiting clothing, foods, and el- : -
visitor of Mrs. P. D. Fancher. jects Florida Pest Control. .
; : -THEATRE- Mr. and ;Mrs.'W. M. Goethe relatives ectricity. She made three After presenting the awardsa I -I
Chuck Newcomb underwenta foods
<< and sons of Jacksonville ancMiss dresses, cooked various movie was shown on the
Sharon Moody of Gran- tonsilectomy at Alachua for her family, and demonstrated Baseball \
Little Boys : program.
din were weekend guests of General Hospital on Tuesdayof the use and care of
t FRI. SAT. -- JUNE 15 16 .New members attending the .J
last week.
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Thomas the electric iron at the Clay
Harriet Loudon is visitingher Co-op and to the Future Home- meeting were Al Greg ry, Bob
and daughter Kathleen, at
.1 Double/ Feature their camp in the.crub.: cousin, Sandy Loudon, in makers of America at Brad- Allen, and Leonard Noegel. "- prese'nts7'

Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Felos Tampa for two weeks. ford High School. f'

were at Daytona Beach from Mrs. William Phebus and Celeste made a dress blouse, Tourist Campaigns :

J' .. I Thursday to Sunday. children, and :Miss Joan Suth- and shorts and was the home- ExplainedTo '
'I I YNSM Bob Smith is homeon erlin of Mount Carmel HI. are .maker, for her entire family 4f.or
,&muib( P. [VrffSfSS'lAND / ten days! leave from Fort guests this :week of Mr. and while her mother was f hospitalized Rotary Club .

1 eMMY ... ._ I Hueneme, Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. David Montgomery.Mrs. to qualify for the trip. {J -
Bi- John Ward of the Tourist
Earl Fountain of
after which he will be stationed The three will return from I
I Guam. loxiMiss.. is visiting her mother Division of the Florida Development
on Tallahassee this Saturday. _
\ I Mr. and Mrs/Junius Smith, Mrs. .R. A. Thomas, for Commission, poke at the _

I, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, several weeks. Rotary Club Wednesday describing L----
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields CD Staff the nationwide promo- fGIV POP
I i and Mrs. Joe Wilson attendi "
j Ij i the Golden Wedding anni- and family of Jacksonvillewere To Meet MondayThe tional campaign that is bring-

i .ver ary reception for Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. ing. tourists in ever increasing F.AM'oUS

I' Mrs. W. A. Shands, given by 'W. White Sr. last Saturday. Bradford County Civil numbers? to the state.:. : -=

w I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell in Junius Smith returned Tues- Defense staff meeting will be The speaker illustrated his ::; I ,. i -

)%_ I Gainesville Tuesday night. day from a week's visit with ]held Monday evening, June 18 talk with colorful displays of : !

Mrs. D. N.' Denmark Sr. of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones in i at 7:30 o'clock at St. Mark's promotional material now being KERRY KNIT |

: Jacksonville and Mrs. 'Denmark Washington, D.C. ]Parish Hall. used in all advertising mediain : .

I Jr. and children of New I. ',The Hi-Y boys enjoyed a the Commission's most extensive -! I 100%COMBED COTTON J

-t j Orleans were Tuesday guests three-day outing from Sun- advertising campaign!I I AiU vJ rft'
day to Tuesday at Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryan .
4-, ; of Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell to date. '
lit'EME'Wj : Beach. They' were accompanied have moved from Daytona ,,_.,.C

: bIA'AV:; :.Norman.. Mrs. Maisie Helms and by Dr. C. J. .Houpt, sponsor Beach"to Euclid street, Starke.Mr Mr. Ward was introduced by. 1 N E R WEAR I .y?,;!".I:... 1"\
Qf/7:! f \,1.- \
: < i children :of Green: C 0 v ? and Mrs. Houpt, and assisted ,, and Mrs. J. D. Doyle L. J. Swann, wno had charge:' .\ .41 l .:< ,. f
"" r. f> > I Springs are spending the summer bySpanky McLendon visited Mrs. E. T. King at Atlantic tof the. program.AYNE'. '. ._ : 'u'.,.... ::' if:

iD; I with Mr. and Mrs. P. 'T. and Harold.Jyus. The Hi-Y i.| .h Beach. .on; .Sunday,, I I T-SHIRTS i
3 74b
1/ members are John Arthur \ .
: Nolin.! I Sizes 5, M, L, XL for -
Q' :. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gis- Reddish John Adams, Arlen ;

: >L ley and sons of Miami were Bias, David Ingram, Larry:| I
r l : recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i Noegel, Percy Moody Jimmy] S jNIT BRIEFS 3 205 .

I R. C. Dampier and son Billy. '.Smith, ;.Leonard:; Dugger Ir-j I .finsS, M, IXL ... ........... for I
: Carol McRae and Billy Dampier win Martin. Jimmy :Lee, Car! : :1 'shins ti'Y I
: ; VOJnhV, l graduated: from St. Johns .Smith, and Tommy:McLendon.'' CASH. SUPERETTE : Athletic -------3 for 165 j

,River 'Junior College in Pa- :Mrs. Charles Myers of' J Sizes S, M, L, XL '
.. latka June. Jacksonville spent the, week-5 WEST 'i'd STRE'ETAle ::1 tailored j I \ I
on 617 .MADJSON ; Finest cotton yarns full cut '
lL! .8'.1'' : Mrs. S: E. Reyes and child- :end :with the Junius Smiths. for comfort.
:: _; :. ren Jacksonville visited ].Irs.J..M. Vickers c of; Brunswick -11! \ GfreFciilytathps ..'T-SHirtj have nylon reinforced neckbands.

.: Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp! Ga. was tan overnight i'' "j = J '. Knit briefs have heat resistant, natural l ri---.1- f F ':' (;:I
: ,.guest .Wednesday ,of Mr. and ) J ber waistband and leg

; starry ALAN, FREED JIMMY CLANTON' ,I Tuesday. Mr?: and: Mrs. Melvin Bryan ..Mrs. S. G, Denmark. LISTEN TO FATHERSAY; ON HIS DAY MEN'S BROADCLOTHSHORTS nding..69c
Lt. Col. and H. M. I I
3 r7 SANDY'STEWART CHUCK BERRY and son of Sanford and Mrs. i
i Hatcher Jr. and daughter : SIZES 28-46
t' -. UEaAL GUEST ARTISTS Inez .Wilson and! grandchildren i iI ,
J 4: Ha late RitcfeiaVWINS .'Mis ran w>mm! wss! ) ( of Waldo have been guests I spent last week at ..TullulahF
b.WJiliK! i1ht Mm[ fcta\ until? I 'recently of Lawton.Bryan.. lls, Ga. and .Orlando.! '1

t (& PLUS' CARTOON "Grape Nutty" I Mr. and Mrs. George Noble Mrs. Butch Smith and' I I
1. .. I and children of,St. Albans,W. : daughter, Stacy, were visiting COOL, SHORT SLEEVE
,: relatives in Ludowicl!, Ga. over
w'O- Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Jennings
J. : 18 19 i Gibson of .Belpre. Ohio I the weekend. If You Buy His 'Meat Here! :
are guests .this week of :Mr.J JI Lake Harbor Mrs., Roy and Layfieldof Rodney FLA. 'GRADE "A" WHOLE '' .,
F .
and Mrs..J. ,D. Warren.
ARE A r ir
,Herlong of Jacksonville ,are .

( ROCK' HUDSON, I I' Mr.of and VaWosta.Mrs. Ga.'1'. E.and Herndon Mr.-]. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ,'
1 I
qI( Herlong.
p : I and Mrs. J. B. Burnham of.1 I <.9c'COPELAND
Capt. William H. Edwards Fryers 182 199 AND 299

p DdRjsDAYvr :f'.Largo. Pearl were Edwards.weekend. guests qf'.Mrs. ,!left Sunday for Fort; ,Eustisa. :
where: : he will be an instructor -
3 tZiWi RANOALI.iLPvERt.\ I E. P. Ritter, of Hamlet, N.
,at,the ROTC.summer I
C. visited his sister, .Mrs. L
I Qmp. Mrs.: Edwards and chil -' 4 %ti t Dan River woven gingham plaids, solidcolors! and
S. Hutto and family Saturday
dren will remain at their cottage ; fancy patterns. .
,. 4
r to Tuesday. Whole lb.
!; on Kingsley Lake. HAMS- or 49c
I 'and .. S Sanforized wash 'n wear.
ilL- Mr. Mrs. E. L. Matthews i SK-1 and. Mrs. Joe Neal '

I Mrs. M. H. Williams, I BeIche left Saturday for --- : : "; Regular and Ivy pop-over styles. also knilihirts.c .
I B4c1C I i 1 and Miss Frances ,Landrum : Washington. D'.C. where he BAOQN- Sliced lb. ,. 39 -

E.iw COO attended the McClane-Harrt-. will be stationed in the security I Sizes SM, L
,. V I
"us'- Pe .
son wedding in Gainesville section for the next
4 zL Saturday night. two years. TENDER

v V.VV '! aowtr IMnjNlad n>*nc t kI.S>ee rf V V T V v V VI : Miss Equilla Monterey Was- Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas i! CHUCK J P b. -, 49'

i PLUS (CARTOON. '"Peanut Battle" din, daughter of Mrs. Gladys spent 'Sunday night with her'l lmother ; tR.O' FOR DRESS OR CASUAL WEAR!

0 : Wasdin, received the Bachelor -, Mrs. F. P. Hines, 1 in'Braiiford. t MEATY : .
'of Science degree fromTUt fi i WHITE

po College Forsyte Ga. at Mrs. J. H. ib. . .
," ; commencement [ DuPre returned NECK .PIES ,
: \I' JUNE 20, 21,22 I exercises on June \. Sunday_ from three weeks visit :i . lOc:
.w : 4. with her son-in-law and': Ii DRESS SHIRTS

: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathewsand 'daughter, U. and Mrs. B. G. i

: Mrs. B. R. Day of Lake- McIntyre and family in Key I "- .

J: land were Saturday to Wednesday ,W st. Wash 'n Wear white broadcloth, tot- __

)::: ,, guests of ,Mrs. R. A. Mrs. Lily Cone of Brooker I 't : ton mesh or oxford cloth ,with button .
iJ: ': Newsom. | was admitted to Bradford] ., 'Q1f! down collar.\ 2-way collar} for .dress or ,; .,9 9
County casual wear. Long tails. Ixact neck '
f '.1t.; :, Mr. and ,}.!rs. Ernest Boland Hospital Sunday lor II : ize for better fit. Sizes \4V to 17. .j _
t and children of Athens, pa. observation and treatment. I
.9yHNDc Miss Sara Woodburn entered j jl I Me '$ Summer Ties ill pAVeriety.fPattemns
are spending two weeks. with 'ON GROCERIES $1 '
'ar. !' her ''areits, Mr.' and. Mrs. H. Bradford County Hospital JI ,, _..._ ,
HL.Sp I i er.Michael. .last Thursday for medical i KERSEY'S : TWith $5.00 OrderSUGAR5'lbs.
h_treatment.! f J ,
: Reddish was diScharged '
:Mr and Mrs. Frank Smithof \ -
1I Tuesday from Fort Gastonia. H. C. are visit- 39C : COOL WASH 'N WEAR
Bragg, N. C.-He will. work at ,
F Ing ,Mr. and Mrs. F. F.'Flume. ,
the -Florida Hydrocarbons ,
S .Mr. and )!ra. N. S. Dankelj: "a- '

eu1) 'I P.4' plant Jacksonville-University this summer- and 1.enter"the ,and family "spent the weekend : \ GEORGIA RED-TALL CANS, .. Limit j Cans Summer -Slacks
at Fernandina Beach. On' ii
f .
; an.
SPCI4LTJT .cpNrfsr Sunday Mr. and Mrs Dankel! TOMATOES
Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish -'S. - ;;11Y2C
I attended the silver wedding '
and.daughter.. Karen..Mr.,and :
-anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. :.
'J< \ On/IfeePffe i'Mrs. JunmyReddislJrahd- :Thad Dankel of Brunswick;' --I' 499 ,599 699
t : L 'r. .
i-q WJtutehead'spent the weekend :Ga.- "- *<*' Goon JIOPE-rTALL CANS "
Contestants from the entire area will vie for Cash 1 '
t I atiCedar l Keys When.you care to send tbe'; .. ,

rli. ':ifri:1i.51Qo: ; a.2iJI5.OO- ;- 3rd-$5.OO. I. ;I Mr. ,and Mrs-Tyler: Jones very best.. IIALLMAR&I. ..M1I ILK I: : : .3 .- : .3Si: : 4 I 'Fine Quality. Wash '.. Wear 55% fecrci. !
-Father's : ;
had si-8iday'guests, Mr.and Day Cards at BDW'L4'1 ; '
A special ticket will: l be sold, good for all three I. : ''Mrs..* Charted Godfreytand.idaugnjer0f : .. .., -' 1d 45'Rayon. ,I" j jr
:, : t
ji1i4th41OO; CIiildren'5O I t Washington; : -Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bald- NOItTUEJ.tN' .: roHa'with $5.00vorder ,);r '-I Solid! colors.'snodow plaids and ibipts, i

//1aa \Mroi\"N.d Mrs. Don.B ..Uan&Xnhiy win .attended the Diversified'' r :14 ,, ,Pleated ftyles IJ1Y.J.tJeff,,

r Contestants are welcome.toregister. at 4.the:*,Florida_ :.. \ oL4rnd1Mrand : ; Services Inc. banquet ftnd '- .ISi9fro4L t'
I Mrs Buzzy Green sen c! meeting Daytona Beach -'-" .-, .- -5C F -
i :<"1 .
p--' It i family of Gainesville. Friday and Saturday. .laStl ," -., ., .. : '
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"' 4. 4" $ "" 1It- r : <<
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Mrs. Lee Chambers and son I Mrs. E. K. Perryman has II Arts, Crafts Fla. Theatre Raif ord SchoolTo Carol Ann PhippsIs
0 Charles, and Mr. and Mrs.1 been in Miami the past week i

William Moore and children visiting her sister, Mrs. C. F. Offered ChildrenThe Sets June 20 Be Razed RunnerUpIn

R t. spent lastweek in Miami .Sayles.- ;
1 Twist. ContestArea I Contest
I with, relatives.. Charles remained ,Among those attending the Summer Recreation The'old schoolhouse at Rai- :Beauty
.r," I IfTAishort gr of I Program sponsored by the':' ... ford, constructed in 1914, is
., / PO' 1 i e with his uncle and course at F. { 3. movie=goers will have !'bi1sS"Caidl f.nttthipps..
1 1 i
on Wednesday and Thursday'are f Starke Recreation Department scheduled for razing
aunt, Mr. and Steve. soine-I
MOOTY Mrs. f \ an opportunity to see local I daughter of Chaplain and
PHQNE 9640651Mrs. .
>: Mrs- w includes an Arts and Crafts time before the end ,
Simmons, for an :extended Mrs.'j.-Drfw Reddish; \ dancers ..in action when the. \ I Mrs. Charles. L. Phipps? : placed
I T Jr.Ciand Mrs. r class on Tuesday and Thurs-
visit. / J 'yva.tt > ,
< Florida' Theatre stages its year.The in the top five finalists in
,Martha Hazen had as Paula Hieatt of Orlando is Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hazen, Maxie Carter* Jr. I I'I 9r day afternoons at 1:30 at the : "Twist Contest"" here June 20 Union County Commis- tile "Miss Golden Crown Fi
weekend Mrs. C. L. Scholl of the I Pratt Street Playground, and sion, which purchased the
guests Mr. and Mrs. spending several weeks with and Mrs..V. V. Hazen attend-I'I I to 22. ., e ta" .beauty. cpntest at Fer-
Albert Hazen of Lakewood her Pauline the Starke Woman's Club attend- Wednesday afternoons at the abandoned building from the '
grandmother, Mrs. ed graduation I i I Nearly a dozen have already '', nan ina Beach last weekend
,-Ohio. Ifiv and 'Mrs. Walter I ed the District Four Workshop d ak Madison Street Playground at ,, school,'board, this week decided '
niece Ruth Hazen,
Torode, at Kingsley Lake Mary entered the contest to vie for Miss Piupps has been askedto
'Witt of: Palatka of the Florida Federationof $ 2:30.: i! to sell it for salvage.
and Mr. and '
from Gainesville Hish School.: N
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes I the $25 .cash.first prize according enter me "Miss how Pal
Mrs. Harley:. Hazen of Law ey. have had as guests at their last Wednesday night. I Women's Clubs in Jacksonville 1 The program will be to instruct to Roert Barksdale,;j i Vernon and Richard, Griffis II ace, U-S-A.1.*' beauty contest JLDeland.at

Mrs. Billy Clark and children -\ Kingsley Lake home Mr. and Mr. and ,Mrs. James Wil- We. "-nesday, June 6. j!'I the children how to I manager of the theatre. Second I and Purvis Norman submitted the .rxl'of this

of 'Eau Gallie, and I Mrs. Wilson Hayes and two burn and family of West Palm ,.Mr- :.and Mrs. .S.. M. .Simmons I., ,'; r ;xa f I make bracelets, lanyards, and .third prizes of $15.'.'the high bid, $1,503' for the month.. Vhf: winner> of. this

Mrs D. ::J.: Clark of Jack- '! daughters of El Paso, Texas, Beach were weekend guestsof I and Mrs. Beulah Saxon i: necklaces, plus the use of I and t$5 will also be awarded. brick structure. The? were contest will be awarded; a movie

sonville are visiting Mr.: and and Mrs. W. E. Hayes and Mrs. W. G. Haile. Hof Richmond, Va. were' over- plastic molds. Persons wishing to enter given until Dec. 31 to demolish I contract in Hollywood.CORRECTION. .

t Mrs. L; 'Green.,, and_Mrs. C. daughter of Miami for the Miss. Kay Hart and Ronald night guests Monday of Mrs. I--if I I the contest may do so at the it and clear the property.The : .

l r D. Williams this..week. I past two weeks. On Sunday, Crawford are home for the .Bertha Pearce. '! Jaycees HoldDinner box office and advance tickets county plans to erect J Ji ,
Karen end Randy Bennett Mr. and Mrs N. G. Hayes and ,summer from Brigham Young Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kelly|,.Bradford.Girls are: also on sale which I i I a smaller building on the site I
of Jacksonville 1 1 of I MeetingThe A receniasiU6m sated
are spending Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayes University, Provo Utah. Jacksonville are spending ,Attend 4-H Club admit an individual to all to serve as a community center 'Jones'was
this weekj with their this week at the Guy Andrews I -I that Carolyn the
grand-j| and daughters of Brooker and Dr. and Mrs T. G. Ritch three evening performances. and voting place. L .
'. mother Mrs. cottage on Kingsley r. ke. Short Course Starke Jaycees held : daughter. of Mr: and. Mrs,
Frazier Shaw, i I .
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayes of: and family, and Dr. and Mrs. Two run.offs will be held the abandoned '
and Mr. and'Mrs.'Lamar Shaw ,Edwin Prevatt of LSU, Ba- their monthly dinner meet- The school was Thurman .Jones She is thedaughter
Jacksonville of D. Christoffers and daugh-
were guests : M. first \ nights with the finals
y at Btpokly i iMLake.. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes. ter of Keystone Heights spent ton Rouge, La., spent ..several Thelma Knight [left, Ce- ing Tuesday night at the going on June 22. The i: in 1959 when consolidated the Raiford with gt Mr. and Mr

Mr.'and Mrs. Howe E. More- I Harold Tyus will leave Fri- the weekend in .Ocala where days last week with his parents leste DeVoe, and ,Home Dem- Garden Restaurant. film, "Don't' Knock The school was at Lake I: Gordon Jones. .
'Union County High
dock and daughter.. ,DeU, of day for the .FSU summer ses- they attended the National Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pre- onstration Agent Dorothy After dinner, Buddy Elliott Twist," is being shown'' Butler. I ,

Coral: Gables. were Monday I sion. Palamino Horse Show in which vatt.Miss Ross, pictured above, are at. ] superintendent of recre- .through the three days. I,; ;. ATHLETE'SFOOT

:guests of-Mrg. Joe Wilson. I Miss Martha Weldon wit 1 they had entries. Also attend- Joan Scholl 'of Philadelphia tending the annual 4-H, Club ation, awarded certificates to I i II I HOWiTP,,TREAT IT-

.$ui .Wall,off St. Augustine arrive home Friday' from St ing on Sunday were Dr. and Pa. has been spend- Short Course this week 'at: the four sponsors of the I THE the I I I II Apptr i. U t-Tir' : ]'- -L You ,eel) it
Un 'Ut
tek vfc UmittHtcs.
visited. ris .aunt, MrsJoe Vincent's School of Nursing Mrs. A. J. Barry and son, ing two weeks vacation with Florida State University in I Jaycee Little Boys Baseball I,I I Have ;jou an old refrigerator, ,Then 't l 3 to 6 dr*.. watt I II
in and
\Wilson.. .' Tuesday, I for a month's vacation. Drew. her_on narents.. Mr. and_ Mrs. C.. Tallahassee League to show them how' way.T: youwrite.Come ESTER-I faq or tools uhkh jou no longer -I'klceted.'eelu wpim< itrtt.BW+ifaiifc.efpWUelikton 1ntNeed TrrOUR. 01E,

,..a. .;}. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublettof L. Scholl. They spent the The two girls' projects were much the Jaycees appreciatetheir select your favorite :1 use Convert them l Into 'cash,!- yr 451.* lr".t"" .aa. 'drat
past weekend a t Daytona enough to win them the BROOK FnuglainPen, ; TELE-, t .t''NOW'at".*' '. .
Murfreesboro, Tenn. were good help in operating the GRAPH.i. Y.' I now., Phone. 961-3101 and I "' .J .r*
', visiting their son-in-law and Beach. trip over other 4-H Club girlsin program. i for cll\ ificd. 1 ALL'.. .,. DRUG, STORES

j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson the county. Five Bradford Sponsors receiving awards

3 t l ry Green last week. Mrs. Sub- and son,' Jimmy, were in Al- girls qualified to make the were Norman Willis, Com- -

::1. 1 ,'...;; r lett mained here with her lendale S.C from Friday to trip but only two are gong.1 munity State Bank; Carl ..... .... .,.. _. -.--- 't'-w,,,.. J
... for month Monday attending the Woods' Miss: Ross said. I
."..; family a Johns Starke Builders SuP-
J; of Lake family reunion. :They were 4n To .qualify for the trip II I
f 1 'I Mrs. M E.. Griner ply; Jerome Johns Johns Oil II I
,.f: Butler was a last; Saturday Auburndale and Orlando from Thelma worked on three pro- Company; and John Breedenof ,

r r visitor of Mrs. P. D...Fancher Tuesday to Thursday visiting jects, clothing, foods, and el- Florida Pest Control. a+tt+'

1 : --THEATRE- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Goethe relatives i ectricity. She made three After presenting the awardsa :

t and sons of Jacksonvllle, and Chuck Newcomb underwent: dresses, cooked various foods movie shown cnthe
was ; ?
Miss Sharon Moody of Gran- a tonsilectomy at Alachua for her family, and demonstrated Little Boys Baseball program. } .

'. din were weekend guests' of General Hospital on Tuesday the use and care of
t FRI SAT. 5 .
JUNE 1 16
-- .New members attending the Li
I week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ,Thomas of last the electric iron at the Clay
Harriet Loudon is visiting and to the Future Home-. meeting were Al Gregory, Bob
I and daughter. Kathleen, ,at Co-op 1 1II 1t ,
i I Double/ Feature their camp in the Scrub. her cousin, Sandy Loudon, in makers of America at Brad- Allen, and Leonard Noegel. 1r ,t \

t I : I Dr. and Mrs. PG.: Felos Tampa for two weeks. ford High School.]

Jx were at Daytona Beach from Mrs. William Phebus and Celeste made a dross, blouse, Tourist Campaign .

.1l' .. I' to children, and Miss Joan Suth- the home-
... -# Thursday Sunday. and shorts and was ,Is Explained
l YNSM Bob Smith is homeon erlin of Mount Carmel, 111. are maker for her entire family -

r iiiDUiIJI .. ten da"ys leave from Fort guests this :week of Mr. and while her mother was hospitalized To RotaryClub l

IaArrrv I :! ..erta .. Hueneme Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. David Montgomery. to qualify for the trip. -
Mrs. Earl Fountain of Biloxi John Ward of the Touris''t ei
after which will stationed
he be
; The three will return from i t
.' Miss. is visiting her mo- Division of the Florida Development V _
; f on Tallahassee this Saturday. ,
w .= di Mr. and Mrs.'Junius Smith, ther; Mrs. .R. A. Thomas, for Commission, spoke at thi' !

; Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, several weeks. Rotary Club Wednesday describing
CD Staff
K and Mrs. Joe Wilson attend- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields the nationwide promo

i i i I ed the Golden Wedding anniversary and family of Jacksonville To Meet MondayThe tional campaign that is bringing

-' reception for Mr. and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. tourists! in ever increasin ..

Mrs. W. A. Shands, given by :W. White Sr. last Saturday. Bradford County Civi 1!I numbers: to the state.. ., 1 j,

MI 1!' Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell in Junius Smith returned Tues- Defense staff meeting will bEheld The speaker illustrated hi: ;. .

Gainesville, Tuesday night. day from a week's visit with Monday evening, June IS; talk with colorful displays o i t .,

r Mrs D. N.' Denmark Sr. of Mr. and, Mrs. Ernest Jones in at 7:30 o'clock at St. Mark's; promotional material now bein KERRY KNIT I, '

ANDstaninVALAN i Jacksonville and Mrs. Denmark Washington, D.C. Parish Hall. used in all advertising med } .

I Jr and children of New < 'The Hi-Y boys enjoyed a in the Commission's most extensive 100% COMBED COTTON \

three-day outing from Sun- 4 "
.f Orleans. were. Tuesday guests advertising campaigr I v 1 .
..,... l I of Mr. and Mrs.' A. Russell day to Tuesday at Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryan to date. r.l'> ;:: <<
t.IK I.MEtW- Norman. -Beach. They were accompanied have moved from Daytona ,I ,,s., .'.z'...,.:% I '
: i a ".. Mrs. Maisie Helms and by Dr. C. J..Houpt, sponsor Beach to Euclid street, Starke. Mr. Ward was introduced b.i'L. f.'\".,,",'; '10" .'.

4 dtlNAVQlt! i children( .of Green- Cove.. and Mrs. Houpt, and as- Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Doyle '! J. Swann, WhO had chargE,: i.,;:.t ,a:,'/,t';e \f'J .,'.>:.

I Springs are spending the summer sisted by Spanky McLendonand : visited Mrs- E. T. King at At- I of the. program. I '" s.to/,/ +i; ,
r L' Harold... us. The..Hi-Y lantic..i Beach. on Sunday,, A A45M .: ; ', \ '
I M .I( with Mr. and Mrs.. P. 'T members are John Arthur i i .f\ ,; ,it T-SHIRTS ,v$,.si ; t\$... \.-/JI.

.I Nolin.'. -- --- i I. SilesS-M-L-XL; ; fYJ for .. .
John Adams
; Arlen
lOO..t' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gis-
,. :_ 1 rr
1 ley and sons of Miami were Bias, David Ingram, Larry:9 .7
1 +'
ti :s iNoegel, Percy Moody, Jimmy A Y KNIT BRIEFS 205
i ..; ; recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs rE's 1
a<.':, : I R. Dampier and son. Billy Smith, Leonard; Dugger,. Irwin f Sties, S, M, L, (,XLAthletic ) ... ... ........... for .. .-- .
; vohnhV ':' Carol McRae and Billy Dam- ? Martin.. Jimmy Lee, Cal T'
: : ..Smith and Shirls. 3 [ 165 '
pier graduated from St. Johns Tommy McLendon.-: CASH SUPERE'ITE or .
River Junior College in Palatka :Mrs Charles Myers of / II ( .. ,
I Sizes S, M, L, XL : .
J'L.. : on June 5. Jacksonville spent .the., week= 617 WEST .MADISON STRE'ET ij Finest cotton yarns .full cut, tailored i ; i,, y' <
'80/" Mrs. S. E. Reyes and child- I end :with the Junius Smiths. _for comfort. a ,,, '

: : ren of ,Jacksonville visited Mrs.J.,M. Vickers of,Brunswick I We Give; FayiUy;tgmps t .,T-S birts have nylon reinforced neckbands. ,, ., /J

I s Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp I Ga. was ,an overnight j :.i .: J .. .4-f '. Knit briefs have heat resistant, natural rr*-- ; :t
: '
guest Wednesday .of Mr. and her waistband and leg binding : ::;.;
is FREED ; I Tuesday: f,.Mrs. S. G, Denmark. LISTEN TO FATHERSAY; ON HIS DAY 1 1 I

i SANDY'STEWA RT CHUCK BERRY and son of Sanford and Mrs. Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. M. 69'C

t SKOAL: GUEST ARTISTS: Inez Wilson and;! grandchildren I Hatcher Jr. and daughter J : SIZES 28.46 ........ '

'the late Ritcfeia VAIENS M!mON [& tQCd! ..q BET;/ ( of Waldo have been guests I spent last week at ;Tullulah Jf tll f -

__ l Ibr Wlia? : i lie FUMH' S fcAa MIL: I recently of Lawton.Bryan.. Falls, Ga. and ,Orlando. I .-, >. !I

''&.PLUS' CARTOON "Grape Nutty"SUN. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Noble Mrs. Butch Smith and .. .

1.'t' I and children of St. Albans, W.' daughter, Stacy, were visiting" '".w......V ""''';;:1' :';{''''4>:.'''' ;".... ........., w e > COOL, SHORT SLEEVE.SPORTSHIRTS

"1 ,! Va. and Mr. and .Mrs. Jen-' relatives in Ludowici, Ga. over '3 'ZR'tY
the If You Buy His 'Meat Here! Y
J. .'-:MON.: TU S.- JUNE'17 18 19 nings Gibson of Belpre Ohio weekend.
t I Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Layfieldof
: ..
.ts.vti .
are guests this week of Mr. 'GRADE a .
I Lake Harbor, and Rodney FLA. "A" WHOLE .
,'. THOS "PILLOWTALIC" LAY"'ATES ARE ATIT AGNI tl I, and .Mrs..J., D. Warren. .Herlong of Jacksonville are I : 9

.' ." ,, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon I
.. I HUDSONDORIS ; ,. ',,' ,:i .. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. .
of .
i Valdosta Ga. and bfr.i
;", 'fri :i'n ;k: 7 '. i,: and Mrs.t J. B. Burnham of 1,l Herlong.
'' Capt.! William H. Edwards Fryers 2'ge. 199 299
.t. DAYCOME t .' Largo were weekend guests. of, 18 .: AND
'. .... "-- M: ''.Mrs. Pearl .Edwards. 1 left Sunday Sot Fort .Eustisi :
\' ,.,'. Va. where: he will be an instructor -
>l' '
'{ :t E. P. Ritter,, of Hamlet, N. '
... ;< .at,the ROTC summer -
1" ,, .,<:'. \ ..., i C. visited his sister, Mrs. L, ,.1 Dan River
solid -tOror.
8r '' I.s" camp. Mrs. Edwards and chili COPELANDHAMS ,, ,. woven gingham plaids, and
M rpn "ec. iiii S. Hutto, ,and family Saturday -'
1 .f J"
'remain'at I fancy
; <3I' dren will patterns.
i" .. '$ their cottage
: .y. '< : I f .
', <>\ to
f" Tuesday. I Half Whole ?:
i i> -- or Ib- <
on Kingsley Lake. '
.4.- 49c'j _
Mr. and Mrs. E. L.. Matthews Sanforiied wash 'n wear.
} h :<<'... .. SK-1 and, Mrs. Joe Neal ., ,
1 .," X's": ,, : Mrs. M. H. Williams Belche left Saturday for j "" Regular and Ivy styles.< also knitihirrs.
"''<$ I B.ACOIi j y ; popover 1
w&c '. and Miss Frances' Landrum . .
.11Io.. :'l \ :+ Washington, D.C.: where he 39'' Hn y' i
z r"W attended the McClaneHarrison Sizes S M L -
: COiOK will be stationed in the ,
,, f _..... .t. .wedding in Gainesville security } ... l ?
: f CDS: .ADAMS,I 1 JACKOAWE'JACK KRU HEN r<' i. Saturday night. section for the next TENDER

IJ t J::, ,. ..t 11 t?+ooItwI--..... a .....";, two years.
.. t. "t ,t 'r .......* M.r..,M iinc4Tto" cent on r r o r r, r ) Miss Equilla Monterey Was- Mr._and Mrs. B. T. Thomas ,CHUCK lOAST49'

PLUS din. daughter of Mrs. Gladys spent Sunday night with her : FOR DRESS OR CASUAL WEAR! '
CARTOON "Peanut Battle"I .. .
Wasdin, received the Bachelorof mother. Mrs. F. P. ,Hines 1 in t:
I:) Science degree from -Tift 'Branford. *: MEATY WHITE SHORT SLEEVE
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College, Ga.. at Mrs. 1 IB. . ,
( ,- Forsyth, com .J. H. DuPre returned NECKBONES .

u.' r '. T'HU,, S. I. JUNE 20,21,22On mencement exercises on June Sunday from three weeks visit I. ,. 10HERSEFS

..s 4. with} her son-in-lad and I I DRESS SHIRTS 1.

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathewsand daughter, Lt. and Mrs. B. G.j ; .

i Mrs. B. R. Day of Lake- i McIntyre and family in Key t

j;' i; \ land were Saturday to Wed- West.. I tS Wash 'n Wear white broadcloth, cot- i

):' ; nesday guests of ,Mrs. R. A. Mrs. Lily Cone of Brooker !: Yon mesh or oxford cloth with button '9
Newsom.Mr. was admitted to Bradford IfJ down collar.: 2-way collar .for dress or 9
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.. ... ,
g 'Gt z>axavcAw County oj' casual .wear. Long tails. Exact neck
r jR '', : kYABJi11b'ivrtQj,6 j'tr and Mrs. Ernest Boland Hospital Sunday for size, for better fit. Sizes 14'/' to 11. .,
.' observation and treatment. :
and children of Athens, Ga. ? ;
4' t 4 Miss Sara Woodburn entered I Men's Summer Ties in '
are spending two weeks with i ON GROCERIES $1
'at. + i' her: parents, Mr. and Mrs., H. Bradford County- Hospital a A Variety; *f Patterns _H_ ,

,. ,. r ,. L. Speer. last Thursday for medical;I fi' With $5.00 Order
treatment. t 1 I
$ vt Michael Reddish was dis- .
"- charged Tuesday from Fort .Mr' and Mrs. Frank Smith1of SUGARSk r
.+ r Gastonia, N. C. are visit- - 39c k COOL WASH 'N ,WEAR
Bragg, N. C. 'He will work at f'. s ;, ,
Ing Mr. and'Mrs. F. F.Flume. ?ls.
ali COn il ttRR11111iROS,1lFrwrNCata.t the Florida Hydrocarbons Mr. and Mrs. N, S. Dankel I .. /y' :

{ ?A tilucaiutEv, I plant Jacksonville-University this' summer and iri enter the ,and family -spent the weekend GEORGIA RED_ -TALL CANS.; Limit :3 Cans y'G G : N'I' Summer-Slacks

I at Fernandina Beach. On ,

.._. i fall. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Danker J: mum .i./2c
- ;'.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish attended the silver weddin :r

!" ., I/ie/ and daughter, Karen Mr.,and -anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.. .. E99 H99

+ it t. 0 ? $taget : Mrs., Jimmy, Reddish;"and, ar- Thad Dankel of -Brunswick,! i.' ,. 499 ', '
,; ry \Whitehead: spent the .w eka Oa. K! GOOD HOPE-TALL CANS
Contetants from the entire area will vie for Cash f st ,
r ., ; end Cegar Keys, When you care to send the t ,

r i ?>u.q.x f.,,,,. ,t.5. 25 1 QO; h.,lld: :15.00; 3rd-$a.00. .! had itt and, 'Soocay.Euests Mrs..' Tyler Jones -Tery best. .HALLMARfrFather's : :MJtK.3.39.c: : : : + Fine Quality. Wash 'a Weor 55% ,Daerw. *a j :
1 as ; Mr- Day Cards at BolKinyton's. -: '
: .
A sjfecial ticket will be sold, ,good for all three >and: MES.1 Charier. Godfrey .' "- -'; T .45-Rayon.

.' b ...cults.,.r ,0 0 j ''Children "SOc. J JContfc&ants !''anddaughjer Washington;';: -Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bald-;'I NORTHERN[ : 3 rolls with So.OO'order f' 1 1TIS'.S'U' ." t, Solid colors,' shadow plaids) end .,tri p ts.,
{ ,'Ga.''MTVand Mrs. ,Don -Ball win attended the Diversified !Pleated styles an4J1YJ.s.
> are welcome ,register at the Florida Services It e1f..
:..and.1fJDib' ot.Ja.s1lfr..and: ::11r. s Inc. banquet and
46fcU2 R>: -* A i i: jt Sizes 29 to 12.path .
box office. and Mrs. Buzzy and - r - 5 c
heatre .. Green meeting at Daytona Beach last '
/r r tn 41I family of Gainesville. Friday and Saturday.. I !.[ .. .. ?
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Miss MatthewsIs H- -I ,Tom Slade Jr. I 'Wainwrights Hold |Regional Library Health Dept.

F Honor Guest 1> -: !Is Honor Guest Family ReunionAt :Board Meeting jTo Begin

At PartiesMiss :At Outdoor Supper. ? Goldhead j Held Here Saturdayi 5-Day Schedule

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Mary Agnes Matthews, : Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Descendants of Newnal1Cone l'' The Santa Fe Regional LIbrary : The Bradford County

GLADYS MOQTY PHONE 964-0451 popular bride-elect, has been: and Mr. and Mrs. Charles : and Edward Joseph L Board held its summermeeting Health Department will go on

I, the inspiration for several I : Sawyer were hosts Saturday Wainwright, two brothers whc I in the Starke Libraryr' a five-day week schedule start-

Miss lovely parties in the past : night at an outdoor supper came to Florida in the at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon. ing July 1, Dr. A. Y Coving-

I I I Harrison And Mr. McClane Wed week. f' for 'Tom Slade Jr., who was 1850's and later settled in1 l A committee from UnionCounty ton, county health officer,

In First Baptist Church In Gainesville On Wednesday of last week :,>" ,recently elected State Representative Bradford County held their headed by Clerk ofI said yester ,ay.

from eleven to twelve-thirty,, i.'.> from Duval County, annual reunion at Gold Head I: the Court R. A. Daggers, re51 The new hours will be from

Miss Nancy Evelyn Harri' petal cap' of imported lace, Mrs. Nelson Turner Ritch,, ill," : and Mrs. Slade Jr. The party Branch State Park, Keystone! ; quested admittance to the re 8 aon. to 5 p.m. daily. Mon-

I son daughter of Mr. and ,'I outlined with seed pearls, a; i Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. 5.,," O?:":,:. ,, was held at the Slade Sr. i Heights on Sunday, June 10. gional group. In anticipationi day through Friday At pres-

Thomas Wade Harrison ,she carried a cascade of bridt( S Thomas Griffin Ritch honored 1 4; __ home on East Call Street. 1 More than 150 people from i i' of approval of their applicaI1 ent the department is open

Gainesville, and James j roses with stephanotis, cet f Miss Matthews at a "cof- Invited to be with the honor i various parts of Florida and I i) tion, the Union County BoardI I'trom 8:30: a. m. to 4:30: pjn..

: McClane son of Mr. and tered with a gold-throated I l fee" at the home of the latter _:' 4 guests on this occasion Georgia were present, as well I !j of County Commissioners had 1 Monday through Friday, and

Thomas Kindred McClane I j white orchid. on Bessent Road. S were friends and supporters | as a few from North Carolina, i already approved an assess i until noon on Saturday. The

also of Gainesville and formerly 'J A reception was held immediately -I Artistic arrangements of I*, who assisted Mr. Slade in his | where the family originallycame I ment of one mill, Mr. Drig- new schedule will give the

of Starke, were united J after the summer flowers, with golden 'successful campaign. Around from. I gers reported. ,( same number of hours that

marriage at 8 o'clock last Friday i at The ceremony' day lilies and gardenias predominating : 200 guests from Starke, Jacksonville An old-fashioned dinner on I ii i I The Regional Board approved the office is open to the pub-
;; University Inn. The
night in the First i : -,- were -placed at, ,. and Tallahassee at- T L LBryanBroughton the grounds was served, after! : the acceptance of Union L lie. A clinic previously held
wedding cake, topped with
Church, Gainesville. I I gold-throated orchids vantage points throughout the' j j tended. I I r which the family historian,,1!County if the application'Saturday mornings was changed -

The Rev. Fred T. etoodon Ritch home for the occasion(Judith O'Bryant i Candles were used in light- Rev. Thomas D. Ryan Jr.,,I meets with the approval off :, : some time ago to Friday
round table
Jr. performed the double )' embroidered a dacron draped and nylon with Guests were greeted at the And Eugene' Jones 'I ling the garden of the Slade!Engagement Told I I gave some of the family his-[f the various county and city'i, afternoon.

ceremony. The chancel door by Mrs. H. C. Brown home for this occasion, and I tory, starting, with the year 1':!' officials involved. Dr. Coviqgton said that his

banked with greenery, I Punch over white and coffee brocade served satin. and presented to the receiv- To Wed June 30 |j mixed summer flowers were Mrs. Melvin Bryan of San- I 1790 and taken from the rec- '! Attending the meeting here j! staff anew also individuals

tall standards of were ing line composed of the hon. !, used in decorating. \j ford ,announces the engage- ords in the archives of the U. 1 were Judge Hayworth Enwall,, ;!| visiting the department are
1 with individually iced cakes
on oree, her mother Mrs. E. L., Mr. and Mrs. John O'Bryantof Assisting in : ment and approaching mar- S. Census. i :
either side. An open serving were Pictures and mementoes chairman of the Regional delighted with the painting
lighted by candles and the wedding cake. Matthews, and Mrs. V. R. Lady Lake announce the, !; Mrs. Alice Anderson Mrs. C. '| riage of her daughter, Genevieve of the early history I i I Board; Mrs. Addison Pound, ', and: repair; program recently

the chancel. I'i I Upon returning from a Ferguson, mother of the:, approaching marriage of their!j| H. Nasworthy, Mrs. Charley I j'I Lee, to Robert Brough-, of the Wainwrights were on I! member of the board; and ,: completed on the building's
Providing the wedding wedding trip, the couple will!]1 I bridegroomtobe.The daughter, Judith Mae, to Eu- f E. Johns, Mrs. S. Denmark, I ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl display. interior.
j j I I Miss Beth Daane, Regional Librarian This is the first inside -
resideat 407 NW 17th St. in coffee table in the dining gene Jones, whose home is'. ,' ;; Broughton of Graham. Date
Mrs. Sinclair
sic were Mrs. Peter Clyde Mrs. Ti- j A business session was cal- all of Gainesville:; decorating that the buildIng -
soloist, and Mrs. Selden Gainesville, where Mr. Mc- room was covered with L also near Lady Lake. t'j tus. Olson, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -'i.! of the wedding will be announced led by the president, Allen ". William Barry of Newberry, : has had since it was con-
Waldo, organist. Clane is a law student at the an imported linen cutwork Mr. Jones is the son of Mr.. Mrs. A. Y. Covington.Mrs. I j later.
I Wainwright, during the after- :'a member of the board; R. A. structed 20 years ago and its

The six bridesmaids, who included University of Florida. cloth and was centered by and Mrs. Thurman Jones, and| Vernie Thornton Mrs, noon, and the following offi-. Driggers, Mr. and Mrs. W. I appearance has been improved -

the bridegroom's sLster 1 t two pyramid arrangements of Edward the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. i H. C. Ritch Mr. and Mrs: Vows Set June 22 cers were elected for the ensuing -! Rivers, Mrs. Paul M. Riherd.,: 5,000 per cent. Dr. Cov-

Miss Catherine a'I Pupils PresentedAt Shasta daisies. Silver trays; Norman of Starke. I! Russell Norman, and Mr. and l For Miss Chilson year: ,Allen Wainwright,I and Mrs. Winifred Geiger, of: ;j ington said. The improvements -
i it
Miss O'Bryant attended '
wore ballerina length held dainty refreshments. The Mrs. Neil Tucker. Jacksonville, re-elected presi- Lake Butler; Mrs. Edward I l' included repair of plaster -
Piano Recital buffet also held a beautiful]t I schools in Hodgenville, Ky. i And Mr. ColemanThe dent Wade Burns Scoggins I damaged roof
of magnolia silk chiffon. II : ; H. Wainwright, Mrs. W. B. by a leaky
wore headpieces of petal roses By Mrs. MooreThe pyramid arrangement of large and Lady Lake, and is a graduate Annual Banquet, Jacksonville, vice president; and Dr. Florence Jennings of1 r that went unfixed for several

with illusion brims Shasta daisies. Mrs. M. F.: of Leesburg High School Held Saturday marriage of Miss Car- Mrs. Hazel Wainwright Ryan,,i Starke. Sen. Charley E. Johns years. and: painting walls and
in the class of 1962. She is .
Brown presided at the silver olyn Chilson to Ellis Colemanwill Ii
matching gloves. Their boujuets piano pupils of Mrs. W. Doctor's Inlet, secretary-trea-I was a special guest. woodwork.,
coffee service. presently a DCT student employed j/By Jaycees ''be an event of Friday
were of Talisman F. Moore were presented in a surer; Rev. RyanJr. 1. An assortment of children's
Assisting the hostesses in in the accounting department night, June 22 at 8 o'clock in
recital at 8 L ., Doctor's Inlet, historian I i, ;DuPont Workers
The bridegroom's p.m. Thursday, LI at Leesburg city rt j The Starke books, presented by the Junior j
held L
Jaycee's the
serving and caring for the I Bethel Baptist Church, .I ]N. D. Wainwright Jr., : '
Hollywood -
served bestman June 7 in the Woman's Club of Starke'
as and Lawtey Metho-
I guests were Mrs. P. G. Felos, i I their annual installation ban- | i Give
two brothers, Dr. Thomas I I dist Church. hall.Mr.. Jones attended school i I quet Saturday I No invitations are being is- Beach, publicity chair. in honor of children born to $162.50.
night from
Mrs. R. V. Turner, Miss Eve ; 1
sued but all
friends and relatives -
: ,
Scott McClane McClane:III of of Atlanta, Appearing on the program lyn Sinclair, and Miss Jan L in Starke and Leesburg High I Ii i seven to twelve o'clock at the''j of the couple are invited man.The members voted to hold I club members during 1961: ': For Hospital Wing
Ritch. School. He is employed at the Starke Woman's Club. was on display in the 'Child- '
were the ushers. were Marie Smith, James I to attend.Thomas the next reunion on the I
second ,
Miss Matthews was given I Coca Cola plant. I The past president's cocktail ren's room. The Board of Trustees of
Knight, Linda Devore Sunday in
Mary June 1962 at I
,The bride was given L her wedding invitation mounted The wedding is planned for hour was held from sevento Refreshments were served. Bradford: County Hospital has
Gold Head
marriage by her father. Frances Norman, Bar bara in a gold frame from her: Saturday, June 30, with Rev. eight o'clock. Punch and ,Reunion Park. I acknowledged with appreciation -

wore a sheath gown of L Jean and Joyce Crawford, David hostesses as a memento of[ Jack Rowland officiating. from an attractive table centered Held Sunday !Sales Tax Returns a cash contribution of

de soie with an overskirt and Barbara Kirkland,, i this delightful occasion. Close friends and relatives with magnolias and! Paul Kaufmann $162,50 fropi employees of the

silk organza. The scoop neckline Sharon Tatum, Sue and Barbara will attend the quiet ceremony -I fern. Mrs. O- L. Abercrombiel 1 At Kingsley Confirms VowsPaul I Uphold Better DuPont Company to be used

was trimmed with Mex.con The W. B. Mundy Kingsley at the Baptist pas- presided at the punch bowl. t in the expansion program of
Brice Bonita Fay Green, I \ i The descendants of the late Business Claims '
lace and Lake home was the setting fora t rium in Lady Lake. The head banquet table Kaufmann the proposed new hospital ad-
William and Lavonia Thomas I son of Mr.
with seed pearls which cast !. Karen Lee, Jerry Dempsey,, delightful luncheon 0 n L After a short wedding trip, was centered with a fanshapI:' ; nd Mrs. I dition.
of George Kaufmann II
caded I Bradford County held a :Jai re-j I Recent reports from merchants -
down the fitted bodice.Side and Renie Moore.Refreshments Thursday of last week for the young couple will be at J ed arrangement of white gla- ]newed his baptism
i vows when
family reunion
pleats accentuated home in Carlton 1I dioli and pink asters | Sunday i of improved business
: were servedin Miss Matthews given by 'Village. flanked,
| Strickland's on Kingsley Lake. ]h e was confirmed in the First i for the best in. ;
overskirt which extended int the annex after the Mundy. Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. :' by two silver candelabra with| j!, i .j conditions seem to be substan- ,
01 a chapel train. Her silk illusion per- pink tapers. The individual ij) A basket lunch and a so- :Luthei'i Church In Gainesville'Pentecost '
L. G. Powell, Mrs. R. P. tiated
formance. Mc-j i,]David Ingram figures from the | *
: i cial'afternoon 1
veil i including swim-
was attached to Lendon, and Mrs. Charley E.. j dining tables where the 60 Sunday. 1, State pest
Comptroller's office J"
I Johns. 'Given Farewell guests were seated were cen- ming was enjoyed by the approximately I A reception, with 30 friends. this ,

I Placed at points of interest tered with candles with fern L ; 100 attending. I'attending at his home follcxved week showing an increase in control

: in the party rooms were Party FridayDavid at the base. i Those' from Starke were Mr. 1 the services. The immediate 1 sales tax returns made in ,

I arrangements of roses and Ingram, who will I Charley Quick, district vice- and Mrs. Jack Hines and family -'I j ji family had dinner a! the Garde.i: May, covering April sales. !
Uaqaooha Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thom- servceforth
instal-i J
president of Madison, | Restaurant, also
pink and blue hydrangeas. move to Tallahassee on June following se'-v-! The total remitted by Brad-
L O led the following officers: as, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen, !'i i Hydrangea centered 1 L I I| ford County merchants
nosegays 22-with his family in
was given "
j \ Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas, :
''president, Fred Snell first .
the dining tables. a going-away party last Friday -' ; have May, 1962 was $15,730.22, as
I I Mr. and Mrs. 1,. H. Outlaw, yon an old II
vice-president, Randal F. Chit-
: Corner Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs.i I I :, ,, compared with $12,478.83 in
Clzatler night by Cookie Mathews.i! 'and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dodd J fan or took which
i M. F. Mayton assisted the > Henree Lou Dennis,'Sally Ann|I c ty; second vice-president, Arnold and families.. ,! er nse- Convert them you no long-;I;! May 1961. This was also an
hostesses in the 201guests. i ii Q. Smith; secretary,, i) I into cash increase
1 serving Epperson, and Mary Ann Dal- !' u ow. Phone over collections for:
W I i !! ': Wendell Kelly; treasurer, James 11 for classified.964-8101 and ask the month of March, 1962, | forth uh ef yovtwot*
ly.The I Rowe; directors, William Biggs Circle I I i
.i ) The hostesses presented the party was held at the which were $14,262.46. I

( honoree with a piece of Chinain Guy Andrews' Kingsley Lake Cogdill and John Pitts. i Meets Tuesday 1-.
I Time to outdoors .
1\10\'e The out-going president, 0.
her chosen'pattern as a, I home where swimming in'the : .
And just arrived for your summertime enjoy. remembrance of this lovelyoccasion. afternoon, followed by a ham L. Abercrombie, was presented -: .Ethel Biggs Circle of the r rI I : '

ment are some terrific "Should Haves". with a certificate of merit ,
j "
burger fry, was enjoyed by :I First Baptist WMU met at ASK ABOUT OUR ,
j and award for the outstanding!
See the smart, new in A. A J the 20 classmates of the hon ""7:30: pjn: Tuesday at thechwch. -, OPTION CHARGE PLANFather's
l' door-outdoor thermometers VlV V V Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs. O. L. past year' under his leader- The program topic, ) '

complete with % I Haynes Sr., Mrs. A. N. Holli- oree.David was presented :.with a ship. "The, Way of Righteousness I :' : .

i outdoor bracket for 98 > / : r day, and Mrs. O. L. HaynesJr. gold .key chain with the Music was furnished by in Pakistan," was presentedby ., ,,'. ,

gave a delightful luncheonon "Class of '63" engraved on it' Gene Norman, vocalist, and I Mrs. Mildred Cuttino, as-
; Friday for Miss Matthews from his hostesses as a memento his band. sisted''by Mrs. George Anderson 'J<"

\\batlsUf l .. at the Johns home on S. Water of the occasion. Among the guests was Commissioner Mrs. John C. Greene, and :

It's decorative it's /WW Street. Assisting in serving were, of Agriculture Doyle Mrs. M. A. Payne.Refreshments .

useful! In various colors, It looks like a giant Arrangements of summer Mrs. J. H. Dennis, Mr. and j! E. Conner of Tallahassee a were served INC.

sun-flower or cabbage rose. But it's not. It is a I flowers in pastel shades were Mrs. Elden Mathews, and Mr.:,i local Jaycee member.Mr. I by the hostesses, Mrs. J. H. "

6 fly swatter and costs only LOO. used to advantage in decorating and Mrs. Guy Andrews- and Mrs. Abercrombie Dennis, and Mrs. James Lewis. Day Gifts ) '

the party rooms. The individual and Mr. and, Mrs. Smith were I

'0 dining tables were Layfield Reunion in charge of arrangements.January UDC Chapter

4: Treat yourself to a really good bar-b-que scraperfor ments centered of with pink dainty and blue arrange hy: Was Held Sunday Vows lJ Holds Luncheon '

drangeas, while the bride's '
I only $1.49. Thick wire bristles and heavy table was centered with a A reunion of, the 'Layfield Of Miss Wainwright The last meeting of the I *_ ,

t.t scraper edge to make grill white hydrangea nosegay.Bridal .family was held Sunday at year for W. T. Week's Chap-i dri
: Mr. Eunice Told ter;"UDC. lunch-'i -
cleaning an easy task. place cards decoratedwith the home of Mr.'and'Mrs.; W. was a '
$ eon at the home of Mrs. F.
F. Herlong on N. Walnut
Colorful hand ice buckets lilies-of-the-valley mar i
: F B. Wainwright and Mrs. B. Beard on Lake Choose
ked : Street. Kingsley on a M4N'S Gift
which hold just over one the seating arrangement i!! i '
Louie Belle Frigo of Jacksonville Wednesday of last week.
The 100 members of the i
at the five tables.
tray of cubes for twosomes Placed on the table at the1 I family enjoying the all-day !I announce the marriageof After a delicious luncheon j! 1

( \, Just $3.50 and entrance was a beautiful bride I affair were from Nashville, their daughter, Frankie, 'to served at noon a short business for the man of'the hourWe're

you'll find these insulated doll complete with a bridal Tenn., White Springs, Fort Emory' Eunice, son of Mr. and. meeting was held at 1

servers well worth their corsage centered with a miniature I White Gainesville, Atlanta, Mrs. J. H. Eunice of Lawtey on which time delegates to the '

price Perfect gift for bride and groom. orchid. Ga.. and Palm Harbor. Jan. 21, 1962 in Nahunta, Ga. State and General Conventions I _

Mr. Eunice is a graduate of were, elected.
Misses Marcia Haynes and I and able _____
Lester Crews and Misses Caroline ready
Hope Holiday assisted the BHS, class of 1961, and Mrs. The historical program, under -

hostesses in serving. Crews, Kathy Struth,I I Eunice graduated in the class the direction of Mrs. L. to help you pick a per '

School's out ,- so why not give the children The Jackie Colley, Shi Anne Smith of 1962., G. Powell, was presented on
a hostesses presented the ,Jane Guy, and Mrs. Randy sonal gift for Dad that _
the life of Verina Davis wife
summertime of fun in the The couple resides on State
yard with a badminton honoree with a sugar and ,.
.Sf; ._ set? Sets for two and creamer set to her china as Johns.The hostesses the' I Road 16 East. Mr. Eunice is of Jefferson Davis, president tr1yre&ctsyourre- ':'" }t '!L\::
I presented
of the The i
.' Confederacy. -
\" _
\ employed by the State Road
memento of the
a occasion.
s. four '
$2.49 and $4.95. Our handsome
honoree with a dinner platein also commemorated Jef gard. Style-Mart
_ _' Department.
: : Brand new!' Chip Diptie1''er Miss Matthews was honored her china as a memento. ferson's birthday which fell on I Suits and Sport Coats, for example. _

: p : in unbreakable. yet of-the occasion. June,.3.The .. _
at a delightful "coffee" on : Betty Sue Nix
are always popular and most
next be appro-
meeting will
handsome shell
pattern plastic. Saturday from eleven until _
'' \ 0 Mrs. Clyde. Sinclair gave.a:, I' held in October at which time .
C_____. Holds napkins too noon given by Mrs. Merrill delightful. luncheon on Monday -.; Sets June 23 officers, for 1962-63 will be priate for the occasion. Style-Mart ;

I) complete, $2.95. Struth, Mrs. J. W. Ritcn, and :for Miss Matthews at her To Wed Mr. Hazen, installed.: is a name Dad will recognize and _
Mrs. L. A. Davis at the love-
Our of real home E. Call Street.A'pink '
; shipment English on
ly home of the latter on W. appreciate. We have many budget- _
4 L Ironstone has arrived. So Madison Street. 'color motif, was carried Mr. % and Mrs. Thomas W. WSCS Meets ___
handsome and serviceable out' in the, luncheon decorations 'Howard of Starke, who are minded suggestions. Stop in and'look
An attractive white and
I :' : it's by Wm. Adams and yellow color motif was car- including several arrangements .- moving to Orlando this weekend Tuesday Night, them over.
of announce the approaching -
Son of England. ried out in the beautiful summer pink summer j .
flowers. The three dining ta-j marriage of her daughter The Wesleyan Service Guildof I

From sunny Italy. woven baskets for your potted flower arrangements bles were overlaid with pink: I Betty Sue Nix to James the'First Methodist Church SPORT COATS from $14.95 _

plants. Small size, 3 for 75c large, $1.25. placed at focal points throughout < linen cloths and centered with I 11! E. [Jimmy] Hazen'son of Mr.land met at the home of Mrs. R. C
the spacious rooms. t S. Mullins Tuesday night fora SUITS . from $49.95 I
miniature pink floral arrang Mrs. V. V. Hazen of I
The coffee table in the dining ,
S !' covered dish and
room was covered with i| ments. Bridal place cards Starke. supper I SLACKS . S from $ 6.98
1 i marked the seatingarrange planning meeting.Rev. _
-I The 'wedding will be performed _
They're more-real than the real. Our realistic an imported cutwork linen I', merit for the twelve guests. I in the presence of the John Brabham opened i DRESS SHIRTS from $ 2.98 ] 4
artificial flowers sell from 10 cents to $1.50 cloth and centered with an I the meeting with prayer. Following _
i artistic arrangement of white;:i I The hostess presented theI immediate families on Saturday I
each. Our white wrought Iron flower cart Is 23 at 31 the supper Mrs. C. R. SPORT SHIRTS from $ 1.98TIES.v
I afternoon. June ,
and yellow pompoms, gladioli I i bride-elect with a salad plate
Bradford at the business
i priced at $2953. and i 1 to her chosen: china pattern: i o'clock at the home of the presided :
I j lilies-of-the-valley. All meeting. Mrs. Nelson .' I from $ 1,50EXCLUSIVSTYLE.UARTNECK.ZONE
Dress up your summer : the appointments on the table i 1 as a' memento of tfiis lovely.1 I groom's parents, 612 E Washington -
for the
l t Green told of plans
fashions with oi i 1 street.Sorority .
ropes > were of silver. Miss Madge occasion.
I Gainesville District during the i
H I hand made beads from i Middleton aunt of the bride- :,! coming year and gave a few .
Haiti at $1-95 or Tikis elect presided at the silver ;, Saturday night Miss Matthews Holds highlights, of the 6th General ;' TAILORING '''UftltJi", fit and betur IPPMTanc __ ___ _
... matter how much twist aM turn ,
coffee service. M you >
from $1.39.
; and her,' fiance Bob I Assembly of the Woman's Society i
Monday Supper i tw) cofer h a tat..no wisiflMfy DUo
; !Ii are the newest thing, Guests were greeted at the Ferguson were entertained at : and: Wesleyan Service t I

worn by both men and : door by Mrs. Struth and pre- !( a cook-out by Mr..and Mn sAt, Warren Home I Guild! which met In Atlantic }
i sented to the receiving line H G. Davis Jr. at their home -
: City in May. ,
: ., women. You'll be'amazed i | ---L J 1_ !I!
.a at outfits I, composed of Mrs. Davis, the f in Gainesville. 1, The Beta Sigma Phi sorority Plans were made for pro- !

with. hoW many they 1 honoree. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, I The' six couples attending I held a covered dish supper grams and hostesses for the JI J-
go I
mother of the bride-elect '
enjoyed a hambfrger'fry and III and meeting Monday night, at coming year. The annual i'I

For birthdays, parties, card parties and just for Mrs. V. R. Ferguson motherof homemade ice creixn.nd the home of Mrs. J. D. War- Prayer Breakfast was plant -1 I ,;

; fun stop and browse anytime the new Vagabond the bridegroom-elect. Mr. Mrs. Davis presen1 -I ren. t ned for July 15. j I
Assisting in serving an -
: Corner in the Bradford Supply Building caring for the guests were: ted the honor guests with a, During the evening a bridalr I.' Serving as hostesses with.,

:. 301 East,Call 'Or phone us, 964-5291. Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs.. Joe i crystal creamer, and sugai: shower was given for Mrs Mrs. Mullins were Mrs. Charles INC. .
m I bowl as a memento of Uoccasion. z i Ramona ,HaMtbxiand Mis; C, Johns and Mrs. Alice .
Wilson. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr.,, -
i fl' "Your Friendly Store"SDAY .
I t Marty Roth, brides-elect. Anderson. > ,,
.Irs. O. Z.. Haynes Jr., Mr .,
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J: Cucumbers of college algebra and training, June 6. Paternal grandparentsare FIRST PEESBtTERIAN
'e (( I kii i or teaching experience are .prerequisites -Mr and Mrs. T. J. Alderman CHURCH

for the course. of Hampton. The mater- 390 N. Church St.
C.ounty Buff
Koimd-up en_ Beans, Anyone who is interested or nal grandmother is Mrs. John
would like further information H. Walton Grady, Minister
F. Warne of Gainesville.
Bradford Success 'I\ "' *"4 1 I:Lead Market should contact the Civil De- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.

County Story News of'Significance in and Around I j i fense Office, telephone 964- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.

!i Bradford County. Contributions Welcome. :, Cucumbers with $5,447.30 2801. At The TabernacleMiss I Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.
Anything can happen (and frequently deadline and claim another $25,000 I I I 'Choir Practice
sales and Butter Beans
does) when a group of dedicated from the state for a grand total of gross Phyllis Martin missionary I
". ... totalling $5,191.20 for the weekending i 7:30: _p. m.-
make their minds do it. E Albert Moody I from Ecuador .
men up to $50,000 with which to construct perm .' Saturday, June 9 led] on furlough t .R.A,1 .
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And that is exactly what happened anent buildings at the new county fair- '; ,. : : : I will speak in several 1
.J. -... > iSm' ]... ill products at the Starke I LAURA BAPTIST
\Rites Set For !
Florida of her
cities telling
this past week when those who were grounds. Tanners Market. I CHURCH '
.. : : work. while she is on Ie aver at't .
charged with selling the $25,000 Fair That is a good example of the spirit { 't1 Peppers with a gross of': ]i I
., 4 P.M. home. Il 9:45
Association bond issue buckled down sit- 2589.60 and Peas with $1,455.0 .-'Friday, :: Sunday ,Scnoo : a.m.,
makes grow-not ,
that community
and went to work. a ... (ij. were the other two top movs This week at the Taber j i Morning Worship, 11 a-m,
ting around waiting for a miracle to nacle, prophetic scripture is Convalescent Home. service ,3
After fine j : at the market last week.: Albert Moody 51, operator
a beginning two weeks happen, but pulling itself up literallyby Fattest per bushel price was of Moody's Store on Highway! being compared with current to 4 p.m. Evening, Worship,
'ago, last Friday night it seemed that its!: own bootstraps. This is not the f Brought by< String Beans with 100 near Long Bridge, died] events, as described in daily''' 7.30; pm Wednesday night

t sales were nearing a stalemate, and first time that Starke and Bradford $4.00 with,Peppers just behind I Wednesday j night in Bradford!Ii newspapers and magazines. Prayer "Meeting, ,* :3f( o'clock.

some fair boosters were concerned if shown this and we 1 ng' $3.90. i County Hospital after an ill-' ..
County have spirit, averag
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the ,try would finally succeed or not. are confident it will not be the last. I Market outlook for the area i}ness of several months. He

Sales totaled only $13,600. But there is one more thing that Brooker seems on the threshold of a "baby boom" and is good for this week with t)born in Bradford County on Appliance -- Radio -- Television

But the undaunted salesmen tightened t Corlotta.Subdivision now has six homes completed and another nearly 2H inches of rain the I Nov. 16, 1911, the son of the
needs to be done in connection with the past week as an for !late Marion and Emily} Yar-
'up their belts. under construction. : : average
fair effort. i iI Bradford r County; 'brough Moody. He was a memiber ItS BEStI. E
After a weekend of honesttogosheffort II SERVICE AT
This is something that every per- j Sales at Starke Market for l of the Baptist Church.
:, Monday night's much
more encouraging-and report by Tuesday was afternoon son in the county can help with. I Brooker/ Getting New .Homes; [,I June the week 9 ending Saturday., !j j';nice Surviving Adkins are Moody his; wife two ,sons Eu-,'

the glad announcement ,came The Fair Association will now turn I Item bus. gross ave.j i II I I Percy and Clyde Moody; and Trained Experts In Each Dept.Gay's.

'that all ,but two or three $500 bonds its attention to a membership drive I Beginning To Feel l Business Boost j" Cukes 1,786 $5,447.30 $3.05j!two brothers, Chester! Moody,

had' been sold and the salesmen had with annual dues set at only $1. The ,Btr. Bean 1,648 5,191.20 3.15>j j Keystone Heights, and Joe

firm commitments for these. By this payment of this low fee not only entitles 'I;I Pepper 664 2,589.60 3.90()Moody!j Long Bridge. ( FOR QUICK G

Friday night, it was assured, the entire the holder to membership in the) Brooker is beginning to feel I' One new home development.iI I'St. Bean 178 712.00 4.00 Funeral services will be held DEPENDABLESER'VICE
the effects of a' boom. I is Corlotta Sub-division where 1 1i Peas 766 1.90 at 4 m. Friday at the '
'$25,000 issue would be subscribed. association, but is also good for free I 1,455.40 p. grave s
Not: a big one as booms go, i i six homps have' already! been! I Egg Plant 46 103.50 2.25 side in McKinney Cemetery''' Hoiiie
admission to .fairgrounds at '
SucK concerted effort and inspiring any but this one could mushroominto t I "'IUt and morn ara imder ontrn.tion i Squash 11 16.50 1.50()j I witn Bro. Brookins officiating CALL
team. work undoubtedly warrants a time during fair week. Actually, the something the likes of ;J or nlannrt. Another I At'the State Farmers Marketat t Arrangements are in charga of

round'of'' hearty congratulations forth fair-goers will save money by joiningthe which this town has never cluster of home bin'Min>' I Ie i in i Brooker Peppers, Peas and| DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 964.7511 mm 1 1 |

committee,. the bond salesmen, and association. exnerienced in modern times. Florid Butter Beans on the rise in Appliances

those who came through with the Have your dollar ready for a membership Business on the street has Hvdrocarhom.s: were making most of!Recent Births'

',wtiere-with-all. to buy them. As a result when You'are: approached by a taken an upturn, real estate 'Tn top off tho boom lit that market's transactions. AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
of their efforts, Bradford County representative of the association within building selling homes new, employees and a general are :I 'Rroolrpr. PO'1'cuUure.; which sales No at figures Brooker.were available on Bradford County Hospitala 0 Maytag Frigidaire Zenith

will, have! its matching; fuqds by the: the. next few days. I rise in the financial stock of the community has relied onmostly t L' n n o u nces the following -
tine nast also
the community is being births: j! GOOD USED WASHERS 0.00 AND
pre- ungraded with the ref'pnt .
I I Cooter dicted. All of this is happening l|CD Instructor :Mr. and Mrs. William } ; UP'I
Pond By Any Other Name break of the drou ht. The
too, without the fanfare I I Brooker Farmers Market after Iii'Radiological)l. Claude Cogdill, Starke, a son, I .
of I Roger Lee, June 8. I
any promotional drive at
I A short time ago an editor in Oregon Narrows and Friendly Passage, toppedoff 'I ', a neriod of drY weather Monitoring Needed I ANYWHERE
wrote a little piece taking to task with a trip down the Rat Root Riv- There i I i inactivity .onre again,is bustlinqf Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Par- SHOP
are perhaps three and with celluzzi, Gainesville, a son,
t ..; ,those misguided souls who are always er. And if we make it, we'll have a pic reasons why Brooker's econ- I the rest,,of keening the pace Mrs. C. L. Scholl, director, Michael Holden, June S. :, FOR NEW OR USEDThen
trying-sometimes successfully toChange nic Halleluja Point!" has community. advises that there is a need in
on omy started the
up ladder ,I
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Wade, !
the colorful place-names best0wed Thank Heaven there hasn't been l Redi-Mill Plant the, Civil a volunteer Defense instructor organizationfor in Raiford, a daughter, Terry i i Come See Us.!

,. by our, hardy pioneers, in favor any noticeable attempt to change time- First, the impact of the'I Radiological Monitoring for, Colleen, June 9. '! L

...,. of modern titles that are "prettier" and honored names in this area, thoughevery l new: $6,000,000 Florida Hydrocarbons -,'Now 'EmptovingThirty Bradford County. Mr. and Mrs. L. M:. Gaines, ': WR'LL MATCH ANY'' 'DEAL .

"more dignified." One horrible example now and then someone remarks plant as it nears the The person qualifying will be Starke, a son, June 12. ;, '* **

"he mentioned was changing the name that Starke isn't exactly a masterpieceof mid-way schedule.mark While in its construction of- I PeopleA sent, to OCD School in Battle I I U UNIVERSITY G EOIROLETTpur i

of an Oregon road from Wolf Creek to euphony. But it is a good, square- the 140 many Bradford County manufacturing -, Creek, Mich, for one week's Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.i!
.....Sunset D.ri.v. ow .. ," shouldered sounding name, derived l the project live in Starke and on I firm, The General 1[ I Iollegelei'!I training. Some experience in: Alderman Jr. of Ocala an- i Authorized Dealer t ..
This ,...outburst. {; caught the eye ofeqitot" from a prominent family in old Vir other nearby communities, Equipment & Supply Comp- i! el\general or physical)I, nounce the birth of a son,i 215 S. ,E. FIRST GAINESVILLE, ,

>Harr Y: tfa'vey{ .of, the Daily Journal ginia, and that's good enough for us., never-the-less some of them j 1 any of Brooker, is rapidly: becoming I|!science, .a working knowledge I Thomas J, Alderman III on

e I of International Falls, Minn. To Let's have no Starkeville or Starkeburgjust i are building homes for them- an important part of +j", -

prove that there, are still some hardy plain Starke, thank you. selves in Brooker. the county's economy. I

i old names. )left around,, in spite of the And while we're on the subject, let's' Brooker retail establishments I Now employing 30 people in ,

: mpdernists w lobs(ant;. to pretty things pause a moment to mourn the passingof though few in number I IJ all phases of its operation,i j iI I
Equipment & Supply
up Editor Dayey "Just to Beach Wilderness and J are all receiving some benefit i iI
t ,says: encourage Bootsey's from the increased [ which manufactures "Redi-
that Oregon.; writer and giver Shake-Rag-names that once figured i in 11 not just from Florida economy-Hydrocarbons Mill," a compartmented auto- I

r him }fiopefywe'cj; : (. like to take him on a the news in this area, but are heardno but from a new matic feed mill, is experiencing -

: toiir> of Rainy Lake, into Red Gut Bay, more. Thank goodness we still have:I hometown industryGeneral not only nationwide acceptance -

pas| Grindstone, Bushyhead, and Dry- our Cooter Pond, Pine Level, Wolf Bay,..1 Supply & Equipment Company of its mill, but is .

: weed Jslandsnthrough- Bear Pass, into Rock Church, Boatdrain, and Scout Hole,! which manufactures "Redi-i i starting to receive orders from I

Crowrock Inlet; then into Swell Bay Bridge. Mill," a compartmented auto- I poultrymen in foreign, countries t
: and Bleak Bay. Plus side trips past And we dare anyone to try and j' :,' matic feed mill. One of the I i' *- ;] i _....., \
\ mills will be shown at the First" liipment of a mill to J .
Ilangingstone Point, through Squirrel change them! { .cI
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Canadian Poultry Show in a foreign'country was made .-' '' (-..

;i New London, Ontario, next last month with one going toa I .: ,
I: $ : A Continuing Process I week. Employment at the firm Hamilton, Ontario farm. I Ii i <:L r i

.. I i is now up to 30. Next Saturday the presidentof '

;. Floridians are now being called upon and clean-up campaigns sponsored by Increased demands for el- the firm, W. E. B'gftam! will I :. I I
to make ectric power: have also added |1 leave for New London: Ontario '
our state more beautiful for chambers of commerce, and anti-litter: ; EXTRA #1 .. EXTRA *2.
to :
activity at
: the influx : Brooker with where theRediMill" will
of visitors
greatest expected
campaigns sponsored by garden clul-1 the Clay Electric Co-operative ,: be shown and demonstrated' Look L
in in Florida's
season history.
t tVendell Jarrard chairmandirectorof and other groups. i meeting that need with the '; :at the Canadian Poultry Show, ; ,
erection of a larger power .June 19, 20, 21. I Ij -
t of the Florida Development Commission ;- "If your community has no cam-; line into the area. j The firm \ for
now has eight : \
:; says that Florida ,attracted more paign, then appoint. .. yourself' a committee -..1' These factors, with a result- salesmen' among its 30 em- ![I r

; than five million tourists last summer, of onto push cpmn)unity..clean- ing one-new home buildinghas : ployees. Less than 60 days j I i! the

: and this year the figure should be closer:: upand beautification," is Mr. Jarrard's given a somewhat brighter ;ago the firm had a total of I .

t to six million during June, July, and advice. "Florida is already beautiful, ,: outlook. to Brooker's future.1 17 employees. ., '
i August. but it can be more beautiful with it? Th,;.'. doubly tkttk i In tie tot*:.f E XTRAS There' oo elastic/ comfort bond j in AM
I every Playtex $2SObro:Where eM front of every Playtex $2.50 bra. Unlike
"Not only that, but we are looking face washed and its fingernails ser'u ljfar, enough. We agree with i I would take 15 to 20 years. bra wear out first Playta ?... ro* ordinary brat Playtex gives you the

1 for record in-state travel this ,season," bed. It is to the economic advantage of Les that it's better to have But one fine morning we double elastic for tfovbfe' ttte -.- otra.comfort of bras that breathe with

he observes. "People from all over Florida everyone of us to make it that way." 'high prices and: good wages* found buds and now the treeis I IF n yow. I

t will be visiting your community, Starke and Bradford County have i. than low prices and be mak- j : blooming and it is a very >
ing 75 cents a> day:: ,Les has !i ]pretty sight.. I all
your attractions, your restaurants, and taken great strides toward highway been working at the DuPont I .
i your lodging places. We want to makea beautification and other .
improvement;. mines for 12..years now.
In case anyone in the county -i
good impression on our neighbors as during the past year, but there is still L I i S. ".' i. is looking for some red $250 R .
,J well The as our out-of-state visitors." much to be done. Beautification is a i If you saw the big crowdat I bugs we have plenty to spare. i PLAYTEX )

Development Commission urged continuing process-not a. one-shot the Lawtey platform Satur- They are good and healthy, .
: Florjdians to cooperate with paint-up project. day June 2. you know that and you don't have to worry 'd --1-

].. -- somebody in Bradford Coun- about not living at your place, o

L ..,- LT1 L ._._ ,__ ty likes fried chicken besides#II t for: we've tried all ways of (
I ing away from the farm who }
Methodist preachers. Seems ]
I i killing them and can guarantee -
f Farmer's DiaryBy will plant an acre or so and those expert cooks- Fay Durban : 1 that the only thing that
,try to .cash in, the
on growIng -! Ronnie Griffis, J. B. seems to slow them down is i y ,
market. With plastic Gaskins [and others] justcouldn't over-eating. t t 1
mulch it is more feasible to "
Sam McGarvey fry chicken as fast .
.handle a planting of berriesin as folks could eat it up. Looks There was a report last
came just in time, .and .now spare' time, than it was in like the recreation program I year that the Mimosa trees ,
we can have blackberry dum- the old way, when you practically boosters should have made i
I a were being killed off by a disease .
plings and blackberry pie and had to "live in theberry '
sum from this event, and I but 1
ours is doing fine
all the other desserts. patch." EXTRA 3 EXTRA *4 EXTRA 45Ji.
1. we wish every success to :their f and we have seen,many In full .:
t. project. bloom all over the' county, so \
R I Recent rains have helped .' :Talking to Lcs McClellanthe s S apparently the report wasp

I the tobacco crop and now it other day at his pretty The cattle ought to pick u happily incorrect.

I i looks like we will have a good place on the Blackburn road now that there has been some i! .

t } yield in ,this area Of course and he got to reminiscingabout ;; rain and pastures have green J I\ Berry growers say that this x
Had our first mess of sweet i, the, irrigated plantings. look the "good _old days" of I ed up again. During all. that'I year they were pestered by

: corn this season and it sure good and with even higher 1932-33 when folks worked I dry weather,'the' cows had to whole flocks of little birds

t tasted good. Also had so. I prices forecast for the mar- out for 75 cents a day- and do a lot of rustling .to. find ,*with'' top-knots, dark colored ...
freshly-dug potatoes squash ket for common tobacco those I it wasnt an eight hour day.1, enough to eat- but the grass'has ; with patches of red on their : '
and cukes and then toppedoff I growers should make out fine. either more like 11 or 12 : wings and new tfinglng fabric ;in the A ipeetal rottOnDacro"8'yeat"' blend Exclusive new imtfe/J&r paneb t+"efif
started under
i ; growing again some yellow each sYbent'
!bock' of the Playtex AAagic-Cfir.: bro meora (exclusive of clottic) jlvei .You the cup give you wftpo
the meal with strawberries i hours. Les recalls how pleased thank. goodness. j jOur 1 1II neath. 'They were worse it always stays in place, won't ride UFo coofneji of cotton..the tong-wtaring, need H mat.-Ploytex F ...

and .blackberries.' it. looks'now &s though! he.wasP w.hen.he finally gota II I j than the robins". one grower Playtex Magic-Cling: Bra Wht! 32A easy: t there will be'a record planting job for $1 a day instead of dog Faddle does not i iI 1 Ii said. From the description, 40C $2.50. CAtton-DetroA Bra. White. 32A to <<. more.The'iensational .

I As dry is it was recently of berries in the fall. The big I 75 cents! Who says we don't i i I care to mix it up-with a pos the birds sound ''to us like cedar '_ J2.50. -Sj f

t :we thought there.would, be growers have about ,all they I make progress? Of course I sum. There was a big gray waxwings. .. ..
of blackberries, for, can handle but think i it' '. '..'
j na crop we i everything was cheaper in i.' one at out place early one ""'. 'f
t. the"fruit., was. small and dry there will'be a lot of former J, those days and a dollar went t' morning and Faddle barked I Also hear that there are a s, ..',-.' ./
'and knotty? But the rains j growers who are now work- lots fartherbut not quite his fool head off, but stayed'i, lot of big white birds hanging v .
Yes, yot/H find i extra features that mean extra value! for your money when you* ,
at a safe distance. Ordinarily ,! around cows in this sec ;' '
1'1 .
t '! tion. We've $2.50 Bra.Choose..features that give ,extra comfort extra f(ft"
he digs up anything we' seen them thoughnot \ buy,any Playtex you ';. ..

t THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH bury, but he didn't mess : close at hand and know extra long wear "*e* the extra features that will 1 do tho'most.far.your ,
EST.BUSHED1878 < around with that buried pos ,: them onl yas cattle birds. Ha <.. .o *- .
( i.. ;,, Z fi9ure...or try oil three bras...today.; ,', -.. .jf.
...' sum. S ,,, -t' .f.. I'
Florida's. oldest weeldy e I And; there are more and ...., i'" '. ...,... '" -
Newspaper Published Continuously But he.is still a nogoodrascal. I more armadillos seen its .this. .
I i t '''': S Under The Same:1A.sso Every time we have' area stow. One. HeilbIOIU"section : J.;;- .-".:.i'. \..::-',.." "V:. ,. ." ;::"" .i> .
,i '.. ; Masthead company here, what does h e, farmer dug one out this 1 ; _< -' .1. ." ,

T ON do but drag out an old stick! week, and reports with authority :
t : _. E. L. MATTHEWS .
of wood or tin can and gnaw that while '
the things -0.M IT MtTCMATIOHAk VTU C9OMTI P MITE.m V.. ..) -'
: 04 :'"'- on it hungrily. Which in dog rtmay; be pests, by digging < .,

I -., Editor and Owner ',., .. propaganda means plainly around a garden at least thethis' '- -4' ... .... '
s, .- SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,."..-I.. ., "They dont feed me and t i'I do not bite. 'at. .
t IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA. :...\ ...;-,. is all I get to eat." .
ONE YEAR a.OO ONE YEAR S.8O y '. Hare you an old refrigerator, < B' 'A.- RKSDALE'S:
'S When Alice planted, her fan or toofer which you no longer
i' MONTHS. 1.00
1.XS '
Cry' Baby tree we thought use. Convert them into cash .
I _. : ..fubllfibed.Each/Thursday and Entered aa Second Class Matter-. 'i;' I we'd never live to see it tnow. Phone 964-S101 and ask .,.- 111 WEST CALL ST. :t .._,.. _

sit tho Post Office at Starke, Fla. uRdtr Act of March S. 1171 bloom. for we .thought t for .('1Jl.S if1e4. -- ..__..--- -- ----- --- -' .. ._ ----._-I


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eftI I To Fishing 1 Friday Go, ,On Licenses Sale To Cecil IGth Celebrate, Anniversary,Field lea ford Growing; Rates New p.O.i A Co.Four 4Ce Leave For Duty I

Kewv' Florida fresh-water The Southeast's' only mas .V --" -.. '",'--I-. ....b;;:.__ ,,-.) ,. Four members of CompanyC
'CjC: : "" t rk
fishing licenses will go on : ter jet aircraft base, the UJS. ; '-" -: $ 1"i.?.'Jrf:1 :; z j v'r =f r\ 74Sth Ord. Bn., National
Mile 1 Friday, June 15, at the Naval Air Station at Cecil \;'. ';r,,,fflt."; 1r. XW:,rJ' : f. y + Guard unit, left last Friday tor
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office:: of all county judges Field, will celebrate its tenth .' ,./ : ..s!#", .. V ia six months of active duty.
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and their authorized agents anniversary on Saturday, ;.'. ,(1: t ,i .g? Privates Tommie Cason Jr.

throughout: the state. I I June 30, with an open house i' ,1."<:,. .yr .1 William Moody, Grady M

Although the new licensesare ; featuring one of the biggestair [' ,l./ A'V V ,, .A g $ ";, Overstreet and W, C. Rho'lcn
\v\l\\ \ spend two months at Fort
actually effective July 1, ;. ever held in the :i" : ; zl .
Jacksonville l c' Jackson, S. C. in basic train-
both area. :Y
the 1961-62 licenses and : ,
? b-- t fcasic, will fa-
the Heading the three-hour c ng After they
new 1962-63 licenses will 'a ,
be honored by all Wildlife : show will be the Blue Angels a ,.; pv given a few days' leave at
Officers during the period .!; and the Navy's newest aerial .w dw5y ; home before reporting for four
'd monstration" a w nonths of school or on-the-job
team. the ; :
from June 15 to July 1. After V ar .. x...;
that date, only the new 1962- Chuting ''Stars.. Fleet aircraft y. training in automotive mechan

1 t 63 licenses will be honored. based .at Cecil. FleU'. will also .., c : y ics. supply procedures, radio
II ;c operation, and welding,
perform. s
Licenses t slit R9. ;i ,. ,
are} not required of art
Well-known in this area, i.6.a' All men who enlist in the
'residents who have attained the Blue Angels will presentthe ffir '"' Raiford is proud, of the newly decorated .and enlarged ed-I Guard without prior active
'their 65th birthday, nor of breathtaking formation ,, ucational' building of its Baptist Church. The 'new addition to'\: '" .. ervice must serve six monthsof

,iChildren Servicemen'! under 15 years of age.I and solo flight maneuvers the building; at right,. .houses. dining and kitchen facilities j F.+', n i, d Y ;4 : active duty and then spend
stationed in FlorIda
'I that have won them a place r Around 300 .1 1 i! the remainder of the enlistment
are considered. residents persons were served in the. building at the church's '
,. with the unit in which they en-
the forefront of world aviation -
insofar tin annual Homecoming last
as licenses to fish'andhunt Sunday. "Ust.

': are concerned. The Chuting Stars are a .x; ,of the Florida State Prison,; Storekeeper' Rahn describes', >- .- .. j Company C will have a

Licenses are not requiredof sky-diving team who demon- I just a few miles away. In fact,;the Raiford area as a "hog and' ;, ,i( training assembly on Sunday.
residents' fishing non-com- strate that a man in a free Postmaster Gertrude Hart 1 Is greeted'in front of the.ancient I the town and the prison are'so!hominy section, and cotton/ : ,,\June 17. In addition to classes
*.jnercially with not more than fall from high-flying air- Raiford post office by a group of young patrons eager to find closely' associated in the minds I lumber and turpentine operations -'' (being conducted, much of the

.three poles In the county of craft can do anything a fighter out what arrived on the 4:15. On Mrs. Hart's right i is her as- of the public that some people probably give the settle time will be spent in preparing

their legal residence. A license plane can do except climb. sistant, Mn J. E. Ross.Expanding speak -of "Raiford" when, they I ment its initial? impetus 70 or ,I for the summer field training

is required of residents fish- I On June 30 the master jet mean the prison, overlooking!80 ye rs;ago.. i xercises at, Fort.:Stewart, Ga.

:ing outside their nome county,I. base will be open to the public Prise Gives Boosting the fact th there. is, a pleasant, 'Clifford Jones, long-time ,I July 2rto"Aug\.' The first
.no'matter.. what method ot!{ tn that Land d- .., 'I',four days of the annual field
from 10 a.m. 'to 5 p m., little town by name { resident and retired post office t a r y.=
:fishing is used, Licenses are with. the air show scheduledto was long before there wasany, employee recalls that when he i. ,.. .\' training ''''''ill be- spent in biv-

'.also required of all nonresidents start at 1 pm. To Town In Stag : Comeback thought of locating the prisonin I|moved to'Raiford as a 10yearold 4 o ua c, and the remainder at

'except children under' the area). The only direct)j: boy in 1900, turpentine, was" a Y i the main post in Fort Stewart

15 years of age. 155 Parcels SoldIn Raiford-the town '. not 15,500;, square feet.. *The Post connection between Jthe, two isj(!l about the only industry offering The unit has one man SS'-4.\

The statewide license for the prison-may soon have a Office l! Department will ask for the fact that the Raiford post I I employment. A little later, folktook are John C. Stephens Jr. .attending'the
..residents is $2. I Tax Sale attractive modern post officeto a five-year lease plus two two-! office ,serves the prison, and'' to growing cotton, and a ; --,_ .+ '[I Florida Officers Candidate

Besides the county judge's I match rome of the other civic year renewal options. .1.1I many prison 'employees have I big gin was operated by Jones*( ; R ,_ i''.school at Camp Blanding this,

office, licenses are available On-hundred fif Y-fivc par- ;i.Tipiovemen, s and new homes!I "We really needs new building built homes in the town. father, J. H. Jones, and A. D. _. _. .. .. ._, (year for the first time, and SP-
-- - --- -
4h this a a.by. L n. Red! e' I of land were sold for a i ilk his; Dccn adding in recent t ,'' said Mrs. Hart, eyeing! "As the State Prison grows, Andrews. Sawmill! operationsalso +4 Richard Jockel will be commissioned -
":;Alvarez Service Station t tc'al of $6.903.87at the de- 1 months. the sagging floor and the.dingy Raiford grows," 'is the way Mrs. played a leading part in The beautifully old and attractftely.( Yin new are contrasted, (graduated) from the!

Starke Builders Supply, and mucnt tax sale on June 1, The! town's long-time (2 3' interior of the present frame Hart expresses it. the town's growth. these! two homes in the Raiford community. top is the', school on June 24 .

from E.:,W. Revels at Melrose. lax Collector J. R. Kelly re- .yeans: : ) "postmaster, Gertrude A'I building which is more than 50!, 'In ,spite of the diminutive Raiford's growth reached its I II. )I colonial type home of Union County Judge S. B. Brooks, who 1

': p'"t'd" Ti sday.Ha I jllart, r(' eivedith obvious(II![ old. She recalls that. the size of the town (around 500)),]peak .in the World War I years has lived in this same house for 50 years. Originally built by', lave you an old refrigerator'

}\A ,Chapter ;, also said that 99.753 percent (i pleasure this week a telegram structure, now owned by T. H. J.he post ,office has,second class I and I.! the 'period immediately 31. \V. )Mann one of the early sawmill operators, the house has 1 fan or tools which, you no long-
; I or $412,751.75. of a 1961 .from Congressman Billy .Mat.t(Hugh}) Rahn, Raiford merchant status due to the large volume!i i following.. At that time it had. been extensively remodelled by Judge Brooks. Lower photo i iF is JPT' use. Concert them Into caUnow.

Formed .In ,AreaA !' tax loll ih'aluu $113.773.47 thews announcing ,that advertisements .! ,- at one time,',',} used Fol- of prison business handled!!.I a bank, three' drug stores, three I}[ the new home of )Ir. and Mrs. K. D. Conner, now nearing completion Phone 961-8101 and ask

local) df ': }has ben co'lfftsl: ; Kelly ,ter- will be posted Fri son's,* Store, way: back around there annually. To be second I 1 I doctors, and a weekly newspaper -!!,:, on,SR ]6. Mr. Conner is employed at the State Prison. \ for classified.
chapter Alcoholic : mcd the percentage "very day. June l\ inviting bids ,fO' 1912.! The post ;.office has been class, a post office must have ,, The Raiford Tribune. It

Anonymous for the Starke- j cood" sayinjj! that the ,average 1 a'new 1,200 square''feet(interior 'i located there since' 1932.lh sales of :$8,000 or better an-,,was, an incorporated town during -!<,W Raiford, who established a Rahn He predicts continue 1 I
Keystone Heights area is being -:, :"or most, years is between 95j : space) post office, w i Likely bidders the ,nually. -In calendar f this' RIGHT POINT/ for the
lj ;.on %new ,the year-or| period, but the incorporation -;, tuijientine operation their in growth for Raiford with the ex. THE
formed.' It will meet Monday -j and 98 per, cent. air cpnditioning, y;t! building include ijr. Rahn, and 1961, )the Raiford post office!! was dissolved mi;the 1890's. ': way you write Come in and:

and 'Thursday nights at RlTAKY MEASURE-there Tentative plans call for a t|Union County Judge S. n.f had total.receipts of $14,206.28.. !the 1920s.; j i As for the future "1'e.pansion Bradford of and prison Union facilities Counties tn lj i select your favorite ESTEK-:

"8:30: pm. .Anyone interested : is nothing "just as good as"I cement block structure tt il nBrooks, ,both of .whom own!' Mrs. Hart ,and her one as-i! A big factor in the town,have new people moving inand: the establishment of BROOK Fountain\,Pen TCLE-
ln ntwright \r
more complete information' j GENERAL,, ELECTRIC. SeeI ;brick and plate glass front; 96,J property'in ''Raif td's: small! business !sistant. clerk Mrs. J. E. Ross_ ,'was the railroad which was es-, I GRAPH.Similar' .
$75.) :ay' phone 'Keystone" Heights i I.our complete! appliance line. (square feet of platform space,' 'district. :Mr. Rahn said he,,handle an average of 15 to 18 I, tablished as a logging track!}I along says storekeeper:industries in the area. I

J 'at BUL ,IAGTUN'S. and a paved parking area of r[would locate the new buildingon ,bags of incoming mail daily I for the Cummer Lumber Co.

the present site, removingthe ,for' the prison, and dispatch as)Then it became" the Jackson,'
-- ------ .-' -- old structure. Judge Brooks high as 20 to 25 bags dailyt 1 Mlie and Southwestern, which'
said his proposed site would be!leaying the, prison. They be-ran to Newberry, and was finally -' I
., Open 7 Days A 'Week 6 A. M.'TO' 10 P. M. on property directly in back ofhis lave their job can be performed -! taken over by the Atlantic -; '

home_ fronting on the hig .f much more efficiently with' Coast Line. ,
l way. J I the modem facilities offered by'!' 'Mrs.. Hart says the first post! ., ,

FRESH Kaiford's recent .,growth and!a new building. j office was established in thecommi.4sary "
The origin of Raiford dates''
of Raiford's turpentine -
eligibility for office
r new post
.F"RYERS; back to before the turn of the still about 1898 or '99. To Photo ,E? ,
GRADE-A facilities is attributed; .
5 M.:
; ;
century, while the nearby' Her grandfather T. V. Ander: -"'
i largely to the rapid\ expansion i iI j prison 'was established in 1913.wisting son: was one of the first settlers y ";;.
h I and helped build many o''

Has Vogue For T' the early homes. i i
t WHOLEOR The town was named for H.}
fs II I

I I CUTUP 2 9 C, -t.' :Alf. ( YC/p,1 WI eather? Z f .
LB. ... .. to ..' f '
; +' NO LIMIT ;t, ,, s') -- 4 "'" I i y
Has the ;vogue for' twisting wind was so strong that the ROBBINS' .yr,:,:{r?:':MkY.' 6. .k w'ii'rt D: r%} RQ.F.t >
F affected weather conditions in huge steel wet mill at the
: Bradford County? In view of plant was! moved several feet

recent rrcum. tan es. some by the impact, necessitating ,
i C :*K' f
BRISKET SM IED{ S ''KED : pfaservers arc beginning to readjustment of some of the r j 9 3
a] : wcndcr. pipe lines running from it, ,' 4 i .d. Y IY
: In recent; -weeks the county which became bowed. Vernon I t x '

:<;siiy ON .PIG !CS has experienced a series of Nichpls( ( who was driving from 6 Y 'r. y, ,
mill t y ,
unusual weather disturbances the wet to. the office # \'' "' ..Y'r x
including -fr -choki1 g rains building, repoted that he passed !.lcr .
in ,some areas and "only light : through what almost : x".r j y i'.,.r ', ..a

.lb.. 2Sc lb. 39c 2.9cI i sprinkles in'others: ,,spotty flail seemed "like a hurricane\ } ," . s; -; _,r.

storms, 'one "baby'tornado," On Thursday, May -31: a _; .
I i 311(1't' least :four "twisters.." small tornado originated in Z s1 ;_, ,
All of this 'haS lollow d' in the pilings area at' duPont's h.Z, rd r 'ix
1 ,
; the 'wake :of what is reported Trail Ridge plant, sucking up ,
C ..lb. ;
END CUT PARE{ CHOPS 39c : ai'the hottest? May sin e 1953. : sand and forming a funnel-. I t )

The month was also/111usual- like spout extending'a thousand ;:.y3
ly dry,' being'' practically devoid feet or more A into a Jow- lf5 "
I of rain in its final cloud. The tornado MEN'S ., t,
: except" hanging
week. Average temperature off in south- .
: ; ;i finally moved a : I
B RIBS. SMOKED SAUSAGEo ; for May was 78.3 degrees, 'i ii | west direction and apparently Sport Shirts I II II
i 2ab, >ve' nornjal l l. according disintegrated in a downpour" \a'l 11' .i I. :I
( WEINERS ,9 'BOLOGNAPOUNDS : to the Jacksonville Weather of rain' i $ '

Bureau: The average for May On Monday May U8, another ,,, 1 {!
1953 was 80.6 degrees. Hottest "twister" hit the, old Cliff I' $ 1.69 make everyday !, ,s .i! t

F -RS t"recor ding! t for the month was Kelly house on Rock Church' .

: ,39, degrees on .May ?,0, ::which I road near Brooker' taking off 2 'For 5.00 "I i
If [was also the highest reading I the back porch,and blowing! it ; ,

('ever recorded ,for so early in a .distance of 75. .to 100 ,feet. ; I IMen's II
Fthe ,year. The wind aiso. twisted' tin on I Ic .
E Whether OT,not thehot, dry the rest of.the: house:'and. toppled 'i

f:'May had anything to do with .a large oak rice: The I :M. 1
\ l' June's 'unusual :disturbances I Ii house is now occupied by Jam-I 1.

; ALL MEAT STEW.. lb. . 59 i:;is a matter' of speculation for![es .Wilkerson n, colored, and i' ..

.= ,-'.- :\'ea h rmen. But the fact remains j! several brothers and ,sisters. I : 5a
J. r that during ,cthe :past!', On Sunday; May 27; a 'twistler -; : 1

I few weeks the following things i| hit' .the-: -Lorenzo." Green I J ;. ,. Dress WITH A NEW RECLINING CHAIR '

'.nave occurred:, I j I place on Highway' tnorthl tp
x r a a f' About 3:30'p.m: ::last Friday :..toppling 'several large oaks,: .

: what is believed to-have been I Ia 1 i, blo\\ingdown a garage shed t' FULL SJZE RECLINING CHJflrTCombination
':: "twister" dipped, down at : and ripping up,part of a barn's : k

PRODUCE r; the'W.: M.. Patrick farm in the ; tin roof. The same''day, flue, :'.GC.. .Pants .
Jj ; Reinforced Plastic and .Fabric
: old Woodlawn section; about ; covers .were blown off, one as }

j : half a, mile from Qscar Car- ;far ,as an eighth of 'ap njla, .at: .
,, :- ter's" Store, hitting T> t ,'een the ,Florida Forest Station on ; t .
the barn and the house, top- "Highway ,100 [west].. A.

: BUTTER .BEANS i piling three, buge ,oaks and\I b'. '!'? :$$571I Da4Price; $39.95
c 'damaging several'others,twist-\IJunior Baseball '
( ; $
ing off a cedar' tree, and p-i ,

TOMATOES '; :'t rooting .a large weeping. ... :.frit-. ''To__ Open a'< 1 I
( .
t '' :,, I .
low. The ..Patricks say the -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I
: :' wind apparently circled the The# Bradford: ,County Junior as
O'EA' -
i : -r ..' '.,: .. lS.F house. doing damage sail .around 'Baseball; League for boys MANY OTHER FINE VALUES 'ON 1 STR TOLOUNG.j

.;r;' :.:}t.J.,\;.. ; ; it, but )leaving: the house ,13.15ears, of age'will open -

F i t,' .;< ". : : .. unhurt except forafew nails play this week' with teams ERS., R ERKLINE. AND 4CROEHLER RE C :
I : out of- .corner! from Lawtey Brooker, and '
f : FRESHDOZEN i, the pulled roof; "frieibarn one, was' Damaged Starke competing against each "",**&<&WWJtSBT--immm &?' ;;a* CHA.P.RCED!l \ { FROM\ ; !f\' 1

Corn' .3gc: : by falling limbs. (.other.. *ffli: .- *' -

Mr. Patrick'"was doing some Starke will field: two separate / ;?*****. iMEN'S .. \ $59:95:10: $1'29.95 1
: tractor work when the wind teams In the league .and ._ 1
: str jtan1: states that he.was; both will.be sponsored 'by the ;- ';7 .! ,,\ k. \' \ 3. "' t., "
f "
,, ; "blown down" three times. local Coca-Cola plant ,
I 'It's A :Fact You Can Do efter Ar' I
'| trying to reach the'.house, and All lames will be played on /
r #
: OPEN_ ,PHONE j finally made'it" by crawling: a home and home basis. Swim Trunks t.'I'" 1

7 DAYS / 969-1093: "1 cri was J followed ground.! ,by. The a' torrential twister I SEVENTH DAY $1.00MEN'S i 1

.. I II.
a week -j rain. ADti' ''TIST CHUBCH DenmarJ Furniture'C. ;
: s WE.STOCK A ACCWUTEUNE ROCERIES 607 East : On" the same day: a .high! Sabbath _5chpq .tSaturdayl B LON t
7 _m a !wind was reported at the::19: 0,a. .inl orninj.Wjxphlp! : ,

: 0 .tn. ,Brownlee :: HighlaniTlant""- Sfil duPont l 11. a.: m..Located: :between yr&son. SHIRTS $3.77 I. OF STARKE I

I Company, believed $o have oa .i d,,'Qrjflu 1l> 1 .. Between I .We Gift Wrap Free 434.ftY.. CALL $T. PHONE 964-1321
... j reached a velosity of 'E. L. Marley. pastor. )Phone' \ ;,,-; J. ;vr <
..1 75 and SO miles'pet JJPUT. The 9 .13it. I
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eb Trounce I I II Untouchables, 122. Merclyn! Community Bank .. -
,iy 1 ,: Starke Resident
I Young Keystone Kats, 122.
Bottom Scooters Men's High Games Upsets Pest Control l lIn 'Jf"fl"

In,Mixed BowlingThe Gene Coble 218; Bill Scog- Boys Baseball Dies In TexasJulian

gins. 210.Lady's _I,

Rebels trounced theBottom High Games Bank J. Griffis, 41, a sea-
Community State up-
: Scooters 4-0 last Friday -' June Norman. 190; Neoma man in the Merchant Marine.
set Florida Pest Control
,night to take over first Nelson 172. drowned Tuesday night in Tank
last Monday afternoon behind -
place lead in the Mixed Men's High Series Lake east of Houston, Texas,
the two-hit pitching: of I 20 Words or less, one time _-_____ .95 Memorials, ResoluUons ___ :5c per word
Bdwling League. James Norman 177, 180. while swimming with a partyof
Wayne Blankenship and, David _. U not in advance _____ __
Leading the Rebels to the 177 for a 178 average. : I Ii friends. Complete details of paid 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words 2.50

'victory, ,was James Norman Gene Coble 190. 184 159 Williams in the Little Boys II i the drowning were not available Keyed or Blind Ads _______ 1.00 Over 50 words __ _-_ 5c per word

with 'games of 177 180. and for a 178 average. knocked Baseball Pest League.Control This out defeat of : I yesterday. Each additional wort over 20 ______ 05 Display ads in Classified _--_ 1.50 Per Inch

,1'17 for a total average of 178. Lady's HKh Series Griffis was the son of the
first place.In .
The Keystone Kats defeated Neoma Nelson 141, 152, other during the Home of James P. Sapp I late Andrew J. Griffis, onetime -

the Untouchables 3-1 with 140, for a 144 average. games I Bradford County super- LET US ADD AN 8 FT. BY, TAKING REGISTRATIONS

:Bill Young bowling games of week Johns Oil won its third .-, ." '." .-,tT -'-", '.'-...' ''' '<.: JO;;> intendent of schools, and Mrs. 12 FT. SCREENED PORCH ':for 1962-63 Kindergarten

160, 160 and 169 for Red straight game by beating T O. 0. Webb of Center Street ON YOUR HOUSE THIS 1: now $15. monthly tuition
an av-
Starke Builders Supply 6-2 \ WEEK $299. NO DOWN PAY Fo I i Phone 964-9374. Maim Priest.
erage of 163. and the Strike Funeral services will be held MENT. $13.78 MONTHLY. 4tch 6-14
Giants In Small and Florida Pest Control also I _ -
Outs decisioned the Tornadoes at 10 a. m. Saturday in Jones LARUE CORPORATION PH.
handed the Builders Supply a ll i PIANO TUNING & Repair-
,i. 3-1 behind Gene Cobles' total Fry Baseball 6-0 loss behind the two hit ,. 4: _4 et ___ Memorial Chapel with Rev. Leo 964-8641. Itch{ i ing. Work guaranteed iNo

"plns:;:.of 533 and a 178 aver- of McLeod. ,; I T A. Hebert officiating. Burial FOR SALE New 3 bedroom :, Read The Classifieds! | charge to churches other than
pitching Wayne ,
!age. 1'he; Red Sox battled backin _.r. : will be in Prevatt Cemetery home Monthly payments $65. the cost of needed parts]. 417
Standings! .p under the direction of DeWittC. Old Lawtey Road.:! Reno. La- : 1 East Brownlee St. Starke.
Men's high game for the the last inning to score' six JohnsOllCo. . 3 2 S Rue Corporation Phone 964->FOUND AMONG THE j: 2tp 6-21
*right went to Bill defeat'th Giants Jones Funeral Home. I
Scoggins runs and % 8641. ltchg
Control 3 2 II
Florida Pest
S.'y RENT- House trailer.
with a 210 while June Nor- 28-27 Monday afternoon in ,
Community S't B'k 1 2 1% : ford County Florida, Mrs. Annie Rosier Can be moved on vour lot J.
'"manbdwled ra 190 for lady's ,, the Small Fry League for' boys Starke Bldrs Sply 132 _ : : i: of proof of publication upon receipt of- FOR RENT- 'Kingslev: Lake'AT THE TELEGRAPH B. White. phone 9641651.ltchg

high., I 'i-9 years of age. Leading Hitters AB H Avg. this of notice the fictitious name cottage over water S\eeps 6. OFFICE FOR A FREE,,;
A.B.C.L.&L. Co., I
Standings W L GB I In the second game the Pirates Robbie Smith .. 8 5 ..625J. 4 I am engaged in under business which at modern conveniences. Last' TICKET TO THE FLORI. HELP WANTED MALE -

Rebels . . . 400 ; scored 10 runs' in the 4 .400 369 Temple Ave., Starke, Florida. week in June open and Julv I Young man to work in cutting
Strike Outs ... . 3 1 1 I first and second inning and S. Waters. .. 10 _' H. Mark Thomas, Box 163, I' 21 to Aue. ODPII. W. M. Agin. DA THEATRE. 'room.j! Steady work. Experience -
4 .400 : Starke, Fla.,
10 p and
I Paul Kirby S. Smith, Phone 533-2251 after 3 p. m. : helpful but not neces-
Keystone Kats .. 3 1 1 coasted to a 34-20 win over Tommy Chastain. .83 .375 : ;: Rt. 1 Hiway 100. Starke, Fla. I 2to 6-21 ,- -- ----- 1 sary. Good opportunity. Ap-
owners. I i. -- --- ------ -
Untouchables .. 1 3 3 the Yankees. Richard Williams. 8 3 .375 Dated this 14th day of June!' I 1: ply in person.Lake Butler Ap-

Tornadoes \,. *.? ....1 ,3 3B6tt"dm"Scooters League games are played at AD.' 1962 at Starke, Bradford'County. "REEBRAKE' % i oarel Company. Itehg

'.To' 4 4Ien's 3 and 4 p.m. Monday and _ ;.: 6-14) 4t. Florida.7-5 II INSPECTION 'I 'A ; KEYSTONE RADIO & TVi

) High Average: .Thursday afternoons at the 301 TrafficLeads -. WHEEL BEARING PACKED' 'i. SERVICE. Keystone Heights
----------- ---- --a- located 1 block east of bank.
Gene Coble Strike Outs, Starke Little Boys Baseball DistrictU. OTICE OF FORECLOSURE See Shorty atALLEN'S !
170. Bill Nelson, Bottom Scoot-.' Field. Home of Leslie Hi\!. MeClellan SALE BV 'CLERK OP r'I : Guaranteed service on all
GARAGE I makes radio ami TV tubes
*,ers, 165. Warren Ebliny, Tor- The public is invited to S. Highway 301 led the I NOTICE' IS HEREBY COURT GIVEX I SPEEDY i i CHECKED FREE. Reasonable

nadoes, 161. Bill Young Key- come out and watch the boys Second District 1 n traffic Flowers Make The Difference that the undersigned Charles A. 710 Alton Road i j '- \ ; charges. Bill Teske and David
Darby ,
Clerk of the CircuitCourt itch
stone Katsl: 160. play. count during April with a Gunter.
of '
Bradford County, FlorIda :
lJ 1y's High Average I League Standings W L GB daily average of 6,787, a 9.3 will on the 25 day of June FOR SALE- 11 ft. plywood'fishing !!! V i.FURNISHED APARTMENTS:
Between A House And 1962, during the legal hours of boat and trailer for furnished
2 0 ''izhts and water
N .
Bottom Sox -
eo m a Nelson Red monthin
I increase over the same sale, at the main door of the $60. Can be seen at 741 South { : Studio
"ouire Bullin ton or
Scooters 142. May Jarvis. Bottom -; Pirates 2 0 1961 Court House of Bradford Coun- Orange St. Starke. ltpTLME "
C) '
> 1 \ Rt tfrhI
'Yankees 0 2 2 I "It takes of livin' beautiful ty, Florida, in the City of VcdMd1qon
Scooters heap
132. June Norman I in a displays go to the ClfANGETn > I _
U.S. 1 at Bayard was second Starke. Florida offer for sale TO !!! CONTACT :
Rebels. 130. Judy Noegel, Giants . .02 2 place with 6,775, while U. I to make a house a home" womenfolk, of course, although. and sell at public outcry to the US FOR NEW LOW : HASTINGS MATTRESS
I the poet Edgar A. Guest highest and best bidder for CASH PRICES ON OUR MODEL
Jacksonville i
S. 90 east of men declare they're some- cash the following described
I third with 6,578. U. S. 19 at -and he might add that a property situated in Bradford HOMES. TWO-3 BEDROOM READY Falatka
colorful flower : times drafted to lend a helping County, Florida, to-wit: HOMES WITH CAR- i 710 Lemon St. -
Fanning Springs a v eraged goes a hand. Lot 5, of Block 15, Crosby PORT, DELUX KITCHEN, i Furniture Repaired,
long way toward turning the. Lake Shores in SE4 of
TERWILLEGAR 6.431 daily. The Blackburn-Rosier road Upholstered & Refinished
trick. Section 24 and in the SEU ONE-3 BEDROOM HOME I
State Road 100 northwest of presents one of the prettiest of Section 25, Township 6 CASHWhich MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
Nowhere is this better illustrated South. Range 21 East, Brad- AIR CONDITIONED, WALL
Starke averaged 1,578 daily, a' drives in the at this
than at the two county ford County, Florida. TO WALL CARPETING $75 Innerspringsand
.I 1.7 decrease under the same time of year, passing throughthe pursuant to the Final Decree of AND $85 MONTHLY. LaRUE
do need to Box
I homes pictured above along Foreclosure entered in a case you SpringsDrop
month in 1961. 1 rich
Evergreen farming pending in said Court, the styleof
the Blackburn-Rosier road MADISON,' PHONE 9648641. back. Us A Card or Call
For the entire year of 1961, section, and on to the "Flow- which is Mid-States Homes pay
: [SR 125] northwest of Law- Inc., a Florida corporation. Plaintiff Itchg PALATKA EA 5-9166
U. S. 301 averaged 5,945 daily, ing Well Bridge." Homes vs. Paul C. Nugent Sr. and
i.A1USfl: CARS which was a decrease of 3.1 per, tey.At along this route are uniformly Vera Lee Nugent, his wife Defendants OCALA NATIONAL NOW STARKE 964-5934
is the home of Mr.
and the docket number MRS. PEGGY SHALLER,
cent under the daily average neat and attractive, with FOREST
> and Mrs. James P. Sapp, of which is No. 13-091. AVAILABLEConvert Starke Agent
in 1960. Construction work now well-kept lawns, profusely WITNESS my hand and the CAMPSITES -
where a border of bright petunias said this '
official seal of Court
in progress on 301 probably, and other annuals en- planted with flowers and 7th day June 1962.CHARLES. 80 x 100 WHITE ELE.,I. FOR SALE -Salmon Sheen
Buy Now and Save! accounted for the slight decline.! closed the entire front lawn. shrubbery. Property owners A. DARBY $198 Cash or your day lilies. Top award winner.
The daily average for 301 in' Lower photo shows the homeof .seem to be competing with : MARIAN L. CROSBY $20 Down; $9 mo. PHANTS-any old discarded Also free kittens. Four miles
each other to who Deputy Clerk Access to Launching South of Starke on 100. Mrs.
1961 second in the see can appliance furniture
was high
Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Mc- Harry M. Hobbs :''Joe Bass. Rt. 1 Box 112.

I Second District, being only 60: Clellan. which also features have the prettiest place. Attorney for Plaintiff Ramp on Oklawaha River. tools, ,etc., which you no I Starke. Up
$ 1957 CHEVROLET day less than U. S. 90 at 1 Several new homes along 211 Jackson Street ANGUS HASTINGS -
$695 per beds of petunias, zinnias, and Lt. Col David Nelson
Tampa 2, Florida longer into READYCASH
Fannin Springs which had a: flowering shrubbery. An unusuaL this route add to the general 6-14 ItThe Box 140, Fort McCoy, Fla. use FOR SALE- 2 story house. 5

Station Wagon C-536A daily average of 6,105. I I feature is the row of atmosphere of prosperity.A FOR RENT Efficiency a- with a classified ad bedrooms 1 bath, on pecan

SR 100 had a daily averageof "Summer Poinsettias" that ride along this road should partment. Nicely furnished, tree covered lot 144 ft x 135

1,555 for the year 1961. have grown so tall they had inspire almost any homeownerto newly decorated. Good neigh- PHONE ft in Waldo. 3200. Call J J.

1955 1 I to be staked up. "go thou and do ye like- borhood. Suitable for bache- 964.3101 Wilson 4681002. Waldo
$$395: OLE507B.! lor or couple. $35 monthly. 2tchsr, 6-21.
Week's Weather. Most of the credit for these wise. Question Weekly rates also. Renner EXPERIENCED SECRETARY

Bet Air Tudor H. T. Apartments or call 964-5744. WANTED. Age 23 to 33. High

I The lightning struckin Jonnie B. Woods, Negro, public tfchg. YOUR OLD WATCH will l school education or better.
intoxication, Four Youths Is make the down payment on a Must be able to type take
placed on
a huff pro. IN CITY POUND Yellow beautiful new Bulova at; shorthand bookkeeping. Apply
1957 DODGE 4 Door And the forest smoked bation for: 30 days. Cocker Spaniel Male and one Dahmers -
$695 Enter,Orlando Discount Big Dad Mfg. Co.. Phone
with a puff. Albert McDuffie Negro, disorderly -, black and white spotted yard House.tfchg 964-3401. 2tchg 6-U

Blame the weatherman if conduct by disturbing dog male. Owners may have -
Automatic V-8 C-487B : Golf by identifying and paying FOR RENT Unfurnished DUE TO EXPANSION we
you wish for he is responsiblefor the pease and use of profane TourneyFour house. Also
__ bOW and advertising cost. furnished and, have opening in this area for
the only forest fire in language, fined $37.50. Conta.ct City Police Itchg unfurnished apartments. Desirable -, ambitious man. [25 to 55J.i ).

Bradford County last week. Hatcher Bradford County boys location. Reasonable i or lady [(40 to 60-] Character
Stanley Negro, public j
1957 Ford Fork V-8 : Mrs. T. N. Norman
summer rent. W. H. Nollman,, refereuces necessary. Car re
$685 Despite the almost daily deluge intoxication, sentenced to a. attended the National Pee Wee 510 N.
SEPTIC TANK Cherry St. tfchg i quired. For interview in your
which has been a boon fine of $27.50 or five days in Golf Tournament in Orlando cleaning and .
area. write Watkins. 659 West
Ford Radio And Heater C-525A feed line service. Joe Forsythe,.
I to everything green; lightning this week, accompanied by: P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler, FOR RENT -Furnished cottage Peachtree St. N.E. Atlanta 8,

caused the only forest fire reported jail.Richard Ranson Lacy, running Pro Ted Fox. S :' Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. at1 Heilbronn SpringSr..1,.GeorRIa._ 4tchg. j-21
I by the Forestry Service Making: the trip to the tourney I 4tp 6-28 no children. $35.00 per month.. I FOR SALE Seven- Room'
stop sign, forfeited bond of I Box :
861 Starke or phone 964-
$195 1958 PLYM. 4-Door r through Monday. It was small, $12.50. for youths under 15 yearsof FURNISHED APARTMENT 7111. 2tchg 6-21 I house on acre of ground in

consuming about four acres. age were Harold Bishop for rent. 2 rooms and bath. .j center of Lawtej vdth swimming -

.V-8 Autom. Radio & Heater C-482B However last week's rains:' Jr., Richard Hobbs, Flip Graham : lights and water furnished. FOR Sft..LE-3 bedroom house, pool and nlenty of
Community Bank and David Silcox.In I $45 per month. 514 S. Ep on one acre lot in city. Reas shade. A-I condition. Will
set some kind of record for I semi-final I,person St. Inquire in rear I onable. Heat. attic fan. All consider trade for down payment -

I this year. Nearly 2% inches Upsets BrookerIn play Tuesday of house. Y. L. Kirchaine. I tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. Phone 782-3361. Law-
Bishop had the low score for tey. 4tp 6-28
1957 FORD V-8 tfchg
$645 of rain ell in the county. During I tfchg
I the month of April weekly .City SoftballAfter the local boys with a 76, Hobbs 24-HOUR A DAY CLUB [Alcoholics -
I 5 ACRES LAND. large house FOR
| SALF.r-3-4 ton air con-
shot an 80, Graham 100. and Anonymous) meets
Fordmatic Tudor T-113AA
rain fall for the trailer and Only $7300 I
average Silcox who equi ditioner. $75. 14 ton air conditioner Monday and Thursday nightsat
entered the 10 to "
county was about % inch. May the first week of playin Terms Strout Realty $1J5 Terms. 426 N. I 8:30.: For details phone
12 age group, a 120. Since an Starke. Fla. U.s. 301 So. Ph. Walnut ,
was about the same except for the second half of the city 964-2881. Itch* Keystone Heights 4475.

1958 FORD Tudor i j the last week which brought Slow Pitch Softball League, 80 was needed (to qualify for : :Waldo_468-1766. Uche 1 I, FOR SALE-Lake Front--I 4tchg 7-5

.785 I 1 the month average weekly Community State Bank show- the finals Wednesday only FOR SALE Block duplex j I Lots. Santa Fe and Lake J FOR RENT-3 bedrOom. un-
ed that Hobbs and Bishop made it.. In house behind Bav station in I Lockloosa. Terms, Andrews furnished house. 456 W. Madison
Radio Heater C-537A fall to about one inch. they were going to be Guy -
in the final Hobbs shot 88 and Waldo. Also 2 bedroom house j' phone 964-6811. tfchg i St. Phone 964-1834. tfchg
thick of the battle for the
j :
Rainfall for the three For- on small farm. Call J. J. Wil-
Bishop 84 in an off day. COLONIAL FOR SALE- 1954 Chevrolet
Service towers in the Championship by upsetting I son. 468-1002 Waldo 2tchg6-21 FLORIST
I estry Brooker 13-12 and playing Next Monday Fox will ac FOR RENT- 2 bedroom nice- Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. station waron. Good tires and
through Monday were I
1959 FORD V-8 county good condition. $300. Frances
$$695 : Natural Gas to a 16-16 tie. company Bishop, Hobbs Barry ""Iv furnished: house with car- Flowers wired any place. Flow- Menu .
reported as follows: Firth, and Mike .
i,, The bank team is composed Sheppard to I oort and large utility room. ers for all occasions locally.
Tudor C-486A New River. . 2.40 of the Hyde Park Junior Invitational For adults or with an infant Phone WE DONT
mainly sophomores and is 964-6291.500 East Nor.a
I Louis Hill . 1.70 Golf Tournament in I I child. No Dels. Inquire 733 N. St. I Sell you we help you buy.
Norman Willis.
\' Santa Fe . 3.20 Jacksonville. That tourney is Thompson St. Itch tfchg 1 Good selection of new and

MORE NEW AND I Average. .. 2.43 Other action during the Sponsored by the Jacksonville How Long Can MORTGAGES G. F. Odom used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
:1 i week saw Stallings defeat Na- Chamber I Mortgages available to build bile Homes.'
of Commerce.The ,
tural Gas 13-11 and Pine Level new homes or remodeling. SALE Lots with lake
8 You LAKE
22-12 following week Fox will 1 100% Loans privileges at Grandin Lake
MAYOR'S COURT to move into .first accompany Bisfiop, Hobbs Jim : LA RUE CORPORATION I I Shores. $25. down and $25. per TRAILER PARK

SELECT FROM place with undefeated Garden my Mire, and Flip Graham to I: 400 W. Madison-Phone month. Free map and priceson .1: mi. SE of Keystone Hts
I, Restaurant who beat Williams 964-8641. I request. Will trade for Route 100
A light week in Starke May- Eustis to the qualifying rounds! AFFORD I on
,- I 16-11. property in Alachua or Brad-
This victory
or's Court :Monday saw Mayor for the National Jaycee Tourr- tfchgI i ford County. W. B. Sewell.i tfchg

CHECK / WITH i I Randal Chitty try only eight was Garden's 17th in: .a row. ament in Huntington, West 3-BEDROOM Hei2hts.HOUSE Purchase in equity Saratoga --: Broker 964-2881 426 N. Wal-I FOR SALE-4 bp. outboard

cases. Standings W L GB Virginia. Only four boys from i and VA loan. I nut. Starke. Itchg Royal motor. Can to seen at
r TO PAY RENT? assume Pay-
i- James oWn Tucker, soliciting Garden Restaurant 20 Florida ,can attend the na ,, ments $56 mo. Or will rent. McGRIFF TRADING MART, Red Alvarez Servii Station.Jfchg.

Clyde Terwillegar :without a city permit, forfeited Stallings Trk Stop 20 tional eventSenior Contact Owner phone 964- 130 N. Court St. Why pay a

bond of $12.50. FOR AS LITTLE AS 5842 tfchg, big over once fixing for General BE SURE to.oRW
Williams Jewelry .11 H Electric Appliances. When BOOK: before t ying any enc1C1oped
Helen Mundin, public intoxi- Citizens FOR SALE Two-2 bedroom ,i we will undersell any Dealer. !&. M. A Payne. you
Community Bank 101

TODAY! cation Helen, 15 Mundin days, disorderly probation.con- Natural .Gas ,,..*.. 0 1 1# Meet TuesdayThe $$40 to $$90 1 home Phone priced. 964-7111.in P.Starke.O. Box 2tchg reasonable 861.6-21 or I I No We have nrice' other fixing new-used& McGriff.appliances -i I Box local 603.representative Ph. 964-3794 since tfchg 1951.,

duct by use of profane and Pine Level u. ., 0 2 2 lust as Rood or better I BOAT. TRAILER AND KICKER
Senior Citizens held FOR SALE OR TRADE12 for less Up
indecent language fined Brooker .. '. 0 2 2 base money. FOR SALE. 615 W. Lafayette -
Your Authorized Ford Dealer $27.50. p their monthly meeting Tues- You can own your own movie accordlan projector and[18 milimeter Keystone. j I I FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. St. ItD

Jonnie B. Woods, Negro, disorderly -Starke To Host day night with 13 members i Home : and some comedy film]. All : 2 baths. large utility room.separate FOR SALE -Maytag wringer

Bradford and Union Counties I conduct by disturbingthe attending the social I in good, condition for $75 or dining room type washing machine. Good

in peace and use of profane According to Buddy 2i1ott, : Our carefully planned will trade for electric gUItar screened front porch. Lot 2 condition and reasonably prim
Tourney acres. 1126 West Madison.
I Superintendent of Recreation and amplifier. Clifford Thom ced. Willie Green. 560 W.
I bodily harm fined $37.50. I in all) Phone 964-1001. tfchg
home -- modern ; pson. Rt. 1 Box 37-A. Starke. i Weldon St Itn
For. First Time this program Is growing each V
.. month and interest is high I respects including the i Knabb Shoe Rep. Ito PEYTON FLORIST FOR SALE-2 Satan milk
: FOR SALE Attractively goats one 2 mo. old kid. E. L.
Starke will be,the host city among its, members.. I payments. furnished 3 BR cottage King-I 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Lester. Brooker. phone 2565.

for the first time for the sub- After a short business meeting sley Lake. Dock. bath house. PHONE 964-4155 2tp 6-21
/jj- I
I : S district and district Softball the members played bingo t With No Obligations I modern conveniences. Deep NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-H22 WANT TO TRADE home in

Slow Pitch Tournament to beheld and then ended the social Let us .show you how it ; well. Reasonably prices for DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe Starke for place in the coun-

at the high'school baseball with card games, dominoes, I I t onick sale. Mrs. J. W Kincaid. Wire Flowers, Anywhere try. Phone 964-8331 or write
I is done Just as we'vedone I 969-1491. 4tchg 6-28 tfchg Rt lBox 26-A. Starke 2p 6-14
and checkers. Refreshments
field in August .
Teams from Gainesville were also served. I it for so many I THREE TRAILERS for sale FOR RENT Furnished a-
i -one utility trailer with %- FOR RENT 3 room all nartraent at rear of store 321
and Ocala will be here for the I The dub decided to hold Others! ton olrk-un bodv Two fishing electric equipted apartment. N. Temple Ave. Phone 960-
subdistrict ,on August 1.' 2,.. 3 t meetings twice monthly and :i M3t trailers. C!a'1 r* spen at To single or Christian couple. 2981. tfchg
and then. teams from the the next meeting will be at ;: 'n"I"1 O"ppn. Rt. 2 Box 147. Phone 969-1545. tfchg
PHONE TODAY i 'P..u.. Pq4 t.J,1F fi-14 NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
7:30 the Lions Den Tuesday
Jacksonville at -
area and the cocoa I
I' FOB SALE Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
Beach area will be here! June 19. I FOR SALE residential section east of

for, the district l tournament. on All Senior Citizens 50 years 964-8641 Ready mix concrete concrete Used Used Refrigerators Television $29.95$29.95 UP.up. SouthsMe School on Colley Rd.

August 8. 9, .and 10th. of age and 'over are Invited I I block Biers fence post sand Convenient Terms. Free de- See Billy Jackson. Central
to attend the meeting'and "Better Built Homes"I Truck Lines. tf dig
Winners, of the district cement.mortar mix.rock steel. liver Bullinsrton Appliances.

I tournament will go to, the join the club. oyster shell, limerock and roof 100 West Can St Starke. Fla. GOOD USED Ranges and re-

t t State which will be held, in gravel Phone 964-2521. tfchg frteerator* at oricM you can
I I LARUECORPORATION WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- af! Ird. North Florida 8unniy.41's .
''I I Tallahassee* NOTICE OF-IHTETIOC TO Bradford Engineering Co. ber any amount. In lakes, 11' ,.n ct .,,.10\.
BILLY DOWLING SAYS Come cool off with a Snow I Thu Garden Restaurant NAME ; swamps creeks or ponds. We
1 FOR RENT-Cottage over will cut and. haul or you can INSURANCE at reduced rates.AujovFire. .
Notice J* hereby given that
,Cone Cherry, Strawberry, Lemon, Lime, Orange, I from. Starke- won the district the nndersf \fte* JsSdert&* pro water Kingslev Lake. By weekor deliver to Starke.. A.B.C. Tim Boat. Doyle E.

Grape, Root Beer, etc. at DOWLING'S PRODUCE 1'0C last year and will be one of visions or"Ch4pter-ZW5J.: Lawa month. Phone S63-2311. ber Co. P.O. Box 163. Starke. Conner Insurance Agency.

Across from Setzer's Food Fair __ I, the teams to'represent StarkeIn of register Florida.with Acts the of Clerk 1$41.of will the 400 W.,Madison tfchg Up Phone 964-4501. tfchzPAGE

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, 8CABEE", FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 14, 1962 S "..."\ .J:,: ,_ ..
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} Yrm.m.r..mnn at Glynn Baptist Church. Af- in Brandon. Mrs. Boatrightand Bragg, N.C. spent the week-, yY..YY..YyYY.Y 1."Y..Y.GRAHAM Monday. figs are held in advance of endar months from the date of I tate of Walter 'R. Swanbom,
the first .
Deceased. :
ter visiting her mother in Merle'returned with themto end here with Mrs. Phillips Summer Swimming Course the Revival each year. They May publication.This 21, 19 6S. HOLLIS V. KNIGHT'

LAWTEY/ Macclenny Mrs. Howe and the spend some time with rel- Mrs. Charles Shuford returned Now that school is out and are very helpful in arousingthe DOROTHY AGNES SW A.'BOYAs I Starke Florida, "

children joined him Saturdayand atives and friends.Mr. Sunday after a visit the children are around mak- spiritual needs of every Administratrix of the Es- Attorney tor Administratrix
they returned home Sun- and Mrs. Leon Starlingand with relatives in Virginia. She ing noise again Graham seemsa one. ,
By ElIZa ,Blanchard 'By; Richard CaintAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtA
I day night. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond was accompanied by her little more lively. It will IB the CountJudge" Court of

AAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAALLAHarleyRafuse : Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox Suber of Jacksonville, visitedMr. granddaughter, Miss Brenda .. .I..l.J soon be"time for the childrento Bradford County, Florida. In MOTHERS-

I and Mrs. Enza Blanchard attended and Mrs. Luther Hilliard Thorpe of Cullen Va., and Mrs. Alice Robertson and start their summer swim- Probate.In Re: Estate. of
Mr. Shuford's niece, Mrs. Ran ming trip each day to Kings- Walter .
Miss Joann Rafuse, daugh- the Florida Methodist and children Sunday.Mr. Rev. and Mrs #Redding were i R. Swanbom. Deceased. .
ter of Annual Conference in Lake- and Mrs. W. F. Moore dolph Jones, and son, David,, ley Lake. The school bus will NOTICES TO CREDITORSAll I -
Mr. and visiting Mrs. Lottie claims
Mrs. L. P. Ra- White in persons having or
fuse, and Andrew Hall [Joe, land Monday to Friday.Mr. and Renle were dinner guestsof and James Shuford of Drakes High Springs recently.Mr. pick them up each day and I I demands against the estate of, $10.00 VAIUS
., and Mrs. Charley Mos- Miss Rachel Boyer in Jack- Branch, Va. They will visit take them swimming and deliver Walter R Swanbom, deceased,: "II X 14
Harley, and
son of Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. K. E. starling are hereby notified and requir-!
'H. c.'Harley, married at ley announce the- arrival of sonville Sunday.. here for a while. had as recent guests Mr. them. home on due time. ed to file their claims in the I[ ,
,, Mrs. John Wright and Tobacco Season Officially office of the County Judge of i
twin Mrs. Hilda Woodard and ;
daughters, Donna
the home and
of the.bride Friday Morris Starling and Bradford County Florida. in BUSYVlGNmE
night June 8, at 8 o'clock. and Deana Darlene, on June children of Clearwater who daughters of Tampa arrived Mr. and Mrs. Jennings starl- Opens in Graham th County Court House at I P

J Rev. j. A. Raulerson of Or- 4 at Bradford County Hospital have been visiting the C. R. Monday to spend some time. ing and their families. While Basil Davis has cropped his I Starke Florida within six cal- I

lando officiated. Crews family, returned home At The Churches here, they attended the Thomas tobacco for the first time this I

Arrangements of white flow- E.: E. Burney of Jacksonville Saturday accompanied by Mr. Grace Metnodist: Church reunion held at Strick- week. Everyone that has seen I HOW HARD OP HEARING CAN

, ers decorated the rooms, and visited his mother, Mrs. Geor- and Mrs. Glenn Crews, Mrs. School, 9:45: a.m. Morning land's Landing. his tobacco says he has got 1 PORTRAIT

the couple stood before an giann Sapp, Thursday of last C. R. Crews and. Miss Vera Worship, 11 am, Evening Jean and Kay, Davis with some of the"prettiest tobacco'

arch formed by white roses week. Crews. They came home Sun- Service, 8 p.m. MYF each their grandmother Mrs. N.'J. to this area. Although we had HIAR (i] 1F02

and fern to exchange their Mr and Mrs. Frank Ingramof day.Mrs. Wednesday, 8 pjn. Davis spent Saturday at the & lot of dry weather and then,
the hail, his tobacco is excellent '
Dade City spent the week ONLY
vows. JojctFutch attendedthe First Baptist: Sunday Frank Reynolds' lake home
Nuptial music was provided with,Mr. and Mrs.H. W. Man- funeral of her aunt, Mrs. School, 10 ajn. Morning Wor- near Fort McCoy.Mr. .- ." Now that we have'been EVERYTHINGiI"V' r ,

by Mrs." Mae B. Wells aunt I ning. Blanch 'Terry, in Fort White. ship, 11 a.m. Training Union, Tom. Lefevers of Gra- having rain, we wish Mr. Da-

of the bridegroom. Dave Tanner spent a few Mrs. Terry passed any in a 7 p.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. ham and his brother, John vis the best of luck this year ?a

The bride was given inj! days with his son, Henry, and Lake City Hospital Saturday.Pvt. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Lefevers of Jacksonville, were with his tobacco. Mr. Davis $100

marriage by her father. She| family in Jacksonville. While Neal Phillips of Fort day, 8 p.m. visiting Mrs. Hattie A., fevers employs quite a few people
around the Graham .
wore a street length dress of there they gave him a birth- ,.,-.-.-,-,-,-.--.-.-.._. their mother, in Fair- Cleaning area.Cemetery
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white crepe and lace with a:! day dinner. banks Sunday. : I Clearly mi Comfortably
Freddie Moore .Rev S. E. Sparks of Starke
coronet and short veil and: and Robert Home Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas
carried a, white Bible with I Thomas of Hendersonville. N. {Z1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Zack has asked that anyone wishI I IJJbout Jim% op Volume i by limit 2 Children
I C. visited the W. Ing to help pay for the up-
white chrysanthemums. Notes Robertson last week. \ To A lone!
of the Bar&erree Y
family Saturday. j .. keep cemetery, Mount t; Studio
At the Mr. and Mrs. N.
reception, followingthe .ttJ, Starlingof AGES:
Sinai, please send their Bonatioli MtakoscortBehind
Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Shuford
ceremony the threetiered'Wedding I I ; 1 DOROTHY Gainesville visited his mo- Satisfaction 6 M* to 10 Yrc.
to Guaranteed
and children of St. Augustine ; ROSS Rev. Sparks. As wall e
ther, Mrs. Kate
cake served
was by t Starling, re- Additional Children
: were visiting Mrs. John Shu- .. Home Demonstration Agent know, Rev. Sparks has
Mrs. carl Norman, and Mrs. ,. cently. Ear NO APPOINTMENT $2.00 Each .
ford and Dave done a wonderful job in the -
Dan Harley presided at the Sunday Miss Linda Starling has NICfSSABY Sele! ion of Pose
'I Mrs. Mae past with the up-keep of the
Wells Mrs. Mar-
punch bowl. gone to visit her aunt for the HEARING AID
tha Bales and granddaughter, Summer Time recipe for the cook and a cemetery.

Lawtey.Mr.The .couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Har- The good ole summer timeis hint for the gardener. Within summer.Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks;I Mrs. H. M. Wasdin was '' fHss:=; the 08ia wr alKOld I MON. TOES. WED

ley, Abbie and Randy, Mrs. here with high temperatures. easy reach should be the dic- visiting her daughter, Mrs. I: EoJEfonably ccntoure4> c
Harley is employed and son, Lee, along with Mr.
Richard Chesser and daughter To help you with your tionary, the. encyclopedia and Maryellen Andrews, in Gain- ': kcocspicuoua flesh colctrJi
with the State Forestry Ser- and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff were in
and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. menu planning here is a nice the atlas. These are basic esville recently.
Cedar llad Ic8
Keys on a short trip a
vice.Out Harley were dinner guests of light, but filling, meat dish. necessities to every home library Our Thanks -
of town at the Sunday.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Now is a good time to pre- ; not weighty books to The Graham Baptist MR. R. C. PAULKA
wedding included Mr. and Roy Birt of Gainesville
and sons hi Lake City Sunday. pare this dish when the priceof gather dust on- study shelves Church would like to express Laboratory Trained JUNE 18.19.10HOURS
Mrs. Martin Dowling. Mr. and and Mrs. Flora Bell Brown of
Mrs. J. L. Bishop. Chester Mrs. A. H. Harley is spending hens is so reasonable. The but daily companions intended Hampton were visiting Mrs.L. thanks to Mrs. Katherine Hearing Aid Consultant
some time with the Blockers. :recipe is contributed by Mrs. for use in the living room, Dyal for the beautiful floral from I
Snyder E. Ratliff II
Rev. Budd Paxton, last Friday afternoon -
Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Stark H. L. Speer. the kitchen, arid the patio. arrangements that have been I
Miss Mary Ann Wiggins, Mrs. and grandson, Daniel Runkel I Chicken Loaf A suggested list is as fol- placed in the church for the MAICO HEARING!
Carl Norman and Charles Bobby Broughton of Gain- 9.12 and 1-6
of Ashville, Ohio were guestsof Eoil together 1 hen 1 onion, lows: The Columbia Encyclopedia past few weeks. Mrs. Dyal has
Morris of Jacksonville; Mrs. esville was home last week-
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bum- celery: tops chopped fine, and The World Almanac grown these flowers herself. SERVICE
C. F. Miles and daughter end with his parents, Mr. and
garner last weekend.Mrs. bay leaves. Grind hen using and Book of Facts, Amy Van- Anyone passing along the
will be in
Jacksonville 2 Fiat
and Miss Yvonne Phillips of Mrs. Carl Broughton.Mrs. ,
Frank Wells,Mary Aim, coarse blade of food chopper derbilt's Complete Book of road can see how beautiful I I
Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. A. 15th at,
N. J. Davis is with Starke Friday June
and Nina of Leesburg spent ar cut into small pieces, 1% Etiquette, Webster's New Col- they are.Baptist I IIiOCH'S BARKSDALE'SIT'S
H. Harley Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
the weekend with Mrs. Effie cups chicken, stock strained, legiate Dictionary, Your Flor- her daughter, Mrs. Bushloper, Church News DRUG STORE. Come,
Dan Harley and Elaine, Mrs.
Miner. 1 I bell pepper, sprig of pars- ida Garden by John Watkins in Jacksonville! due to thelossof Due to the fact that the in for a free hearing test and:

Sallie Crawford, Mrs. A. Q. Mrs. M. L. Turner is visit- ley, 1 small can pimiento. 3 Good Housekeeping Guide to her husband, Mr. Bushloper. -. Revival started this week, the demonstration. No obligation. I
Smith and daughter, and Mrs. .
ing relatives in Pensacola and aard-boiled eggs grated, 3 Successful HomeMaking; Our deepest sympathy goes WMU will not be held and
Raulerson of Starke. Jay this week. tablespoons gelatin [3 pack- The Joy of Cooking by Irma to; Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Bush- the' Sunbeams will be discontinued ----
Wash .,
Jerry Hewitt of Tallahassee, 2 igesl, 1 tablespoon Worches- Rombauer, The Reader's Encyclopedia loper. for the summer. They I -
The .MYF will have a car-
1 tershire 1 tablespoon World Literatureand Birthday; CelebrationThe will resume when the .school'
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ALL.
wash on Saturday, June 16, .
I Iic
2 Bartlett's event was the birthdayof season
at the strawberry wharfmLawtey. Dobbs during the week. ]lemon juice or vinegar, the Arts Quo- opens.
stalks celery one half cup tations, Columbia Lippincott Miss Faye Dyal and washighiighted Revival Under Way
Cooperation of the Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews -
]nuts one-eighth teaspoon Gazetteer of the World, and by a" trip to the Our Revival began last
public will be appreciated.The Mrs. Hilda Woodward and
J garlic salt [optional]. Mix Hammond's A mfb a s s ador Jacksonville Zoo and Beach. .Monday night with Rev. Merle t2i
funds received will be children, and Miss Vera Crews
.stock with gelatin. Combine World Atlas. Those attending were her parents Packham as speaker. Everyoneis
used to help on the expense were in Tallahassee on busi-
i I ill Ingredients and mix well. Time Out For Milk Mr .and :Mrs. Junior invited to come and enjoy
of sending someone to Youth Wednesday of last week.I ic
ness Add one-half cup mayonnaise. Nothing beats a cold refreshing Dyal and sister, Connie, Miss I the messages. The revival will

Camp. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Boat- ; Mold and chill.Hat drink of milk between Mary Frances Broughton I be highlighted with dinner on

Rev. L. '1'. Hoc/ Pastor of right and daughter, and Miss ] Making innings of a baseball Mrs. Josephine Dorch and the grounds Sunday. 1 1i

the First Baptist Church was Arline Vanzant were Mondayand The Brooker Home Demonstration game! children, Mary Elizabeth and Rattlers Killed i

In Thalman Ga. for the week Tuesday guests of Mrs. ,ladies were busy one Though most children probably Donna Kay.' Miss Dyal has A worker who is employedon ,

: 'where-fce conducted a\revival i Effie Boatright and daughter :lay recently _making} themselves : don't know it, while reached, the ripe outage of 11. the completion of alt 225

a i cool, crisp, summer they '' are quenching their Mr. and'Mrs.'H. M. Was- in Graham killed a rattle-

hat. To teach the art was thirst, they're also getting a din are delighted to have theirs snake Monday afternoon. Also

BUCK'S Mrs. Carl Harris and her quick pick-up and lots of o n, Julian, visiting with killing a rattlesnake this past

R1MMEa mother, Mrs. Dukes, of La- valuable calcium, protein, them. week was Richard Cain. Both

Crosse. riboflavin, and other nutri Richard Cain was visitinghis snakes were of considerable w j ,

Those making hats were ents. grandmother, Mrs. Min- length, measuring over 5 feet.

Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. All are needed for their nie Crenshaw. Monday in The one Richard killed had

A Dave Green Mrs. Earl Green growing bodies to build Gainesville. 16 rattles and a button, and _

Miss Linda Green, and Mrs. strong muscles and solid bones Miss Mary Frances, Judy was killed near the home of.
really get the Basil Davis.:
Johnny Douglas.Mrs. so they can Broughton and Miss Faye
leather and makea Lamar Starling of Jackson-
hers bat on
Markey made Dyal were visiting Mrs. Htt-
the bases. ville was visiting his grand-
from material for a dressso fast trip around i ii lard Broughton in Gainesville
Open 7 Days 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. the hat will match i And even after the sandlot mother, Mrs. Kate Starling,I

the dress. The others I days are over, our young Sunday. !

covered.buckram frames with baseball players will continueto types of family fallout -shel Buddy Roark gas gone vis- 142 ft Fiberglass Boat-Johnson 18" Motor-Slurry Tilt Trailer

white and navy material Mrs. need milk for good health ters. The shelters were designed iting In Vermont and Miss I

Chuck Roastor Green made a small hat and vitality. This !is some- for construction in Ruthie Roark is visiting in COME SEE. COME REGISTER OFTEN!
thing nutritionists say many North Carolina.
which she will dress up with backyards and basements; .
Steak small dainty flowers. people often forget-that you and for use by families who I Cottage Prayer Meeting NO OBLIGATION -

The ladies felt they had are never too old for milk. do not have access to com-: Cottage tirayer Meeting was
Ib e saved quite a bit of money Although adults don't have munity shelters or who prefer -i held at'the following homes: To Be Given Away By .

49cSUNNYLAND by making their hat and they the quart-a-day requirementsof that their shelters be at Monday night, Mr. and Mrs.

had a good time too. They youngsters, they still their homes. Z a c k Robertson: Tuesday,

will be all dressed up this should consume a pint of Shelters discussed in the night Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-

summer. milk each day. handbook are illustrated with Kinney; Wednesday night, IMPERIAL Service Station"BUY

PICNIC -- Ib. 29c The session was held at Family Shelter DesignsWe pictures, have measurementsand Graham Baptist Church;

-" Mrs. Douglas' home. have just received a lists of materials.For Thursday night, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

ROUND STEAK .- lb. . 69c I Books Make A Home shipment of Family Shelter your copy, contact the C. Moody; Friday night, THE BEST-BUY IMPERIAL"U.
Every household needs ref- Designs from the office of Graham Baptist Church. Ev-

erence books; a quotation Civil Defense. Home Demonstration Office eryone enjoyed these meetingsvery S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla.There's .
which needs verifying, back- This handbook contains instructions -phone 964-2865, P. O. Box much. "'I'l

ground to the day's news, a for, building eight 267. The Cottage Prayer Meet-
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-- _ .. STATUTE: irtniiiflVA., ihrrmcr Av 'mure*. 14.. 19'6of % .
.,. .- '- .., 6., \. -
yt' this week in Iel.roSe.
T established -
: T' TTTTTJTTT"TTY1YT""Y'T '" J Ceysf one Talents :I f- __t r" ;- Area Girl Scouts rTTTTTTTTYYYTTYYYYTl :I } Ford's Red & White

) KEtYSTONIIIIIUWTS i: Featured I ) R L4 t To Have' Camp-out i! J Jj Grocery Store is being moved

MELROSE to its new location near the ,
: J\t Family NightTalent At ,Silver Lake ( cross-road across the road ,

,: ... By Miry fc SchaS'fcrof -4 j the school house. Bruce
: .. ; By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer I from s
; _
..'iff from:" 'i'--'j Keystone"i 'S The. Girl Scout Day Camp __ Shoe and Watch Repair Shopis
LAAA. lljl I 'f 11111ill.illiill. li i i..} :Heights wsfetured'.. at The for: Brownies, intermediates, ?k_ i iAi.AA A" how operating in the 010
t tItv! "* ,kniai F : fi' RIghi S -3'_ Senior' __ -
n12 f and Scouts of the KeystOne V office. Members ol Si
_ post
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson 1
njagement Interest .
bie Nelson Bob Jackson, Lorraine the' lpenioV tdthti|( : ff tjas ________ S.tarke, ana Melrose Catholic Chui.-n.
Mr. ,ar$;>lrs. Harold L.1| Dey, Jimmy Fox, foam benSonitrgticfa 6iu&i 1 6f cfey 4.* P _____ areas will be held on the and daughter Melanie, jwrho Williams "The White Elephant

fcidaughjpJystone|, $: Heights Plir BiD Y t' nert"_ 5.i Count 'he1d SatiIray rig'fit a Lovorn proPerty on Silver aye resided, .: in.San Pedro. -, j 1 1Calif plan to open
I Thrift Shop" next dOD
announceengagement oi "ciurtrN1I1C L t* > 3* t-J Tt* I for two years, are; visit1 1
,.Alec J.In. the. auaftorium ra ureenC -; Lake; Jun 1822.; AppUcations -
H ,
Barber Shop
their daughter, Sandra,, to Livingsftn, i3ese Szibo, 'iiiag- L ng relatives and friends here. 1 to Rudolph's sacing -
Sprfeig JElemSntary : along the -
Jacob-e1nigRoberts: of ,.oyj ? camp I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford i the post office square
: II, Chuck. 'ardee, Tommy..._. nes, I Scool. ,tf : & fee of $1.75 should be mailed School News
8tar e..sondf l. rs.Leola Jloberti Frank ;Nobney: ,. Tommy ..Thom fits'CiroEake\ 4--Jf! taub I lor the S.S. Council Office, 621 : spent; the weekend with their j
liid Iffi fcfe daughters anc| song-in-law : The Cheerleaders for next
J. P. Roberts
pson Jo, Tfildt item: McCore, member rom IMe Gerievjl, I. max St., Jacksonville 4. Fla. ;
ol Stage.VThe. Jimmy W1dt., and out-pf-towri presented several focal 1 4um-( immediately. I I itir. and t rs. John ellerj aii I :year's athletic season attended -

wedding will be an, guests, Jeff tfevls. '/ and, Mark ber>., in4 tnV"Sisitel? of. fiSk1Uet' ,. I .*. ,-- Swimming, sailing, canoe- in Indian River City and Mr. i a Cheering Clinic' in,Ta.,
event and Mrs. John Simmons and I iahassee for three days last
.Of August 17 and will Ja kSon.
Band 61 vKeyst6neHeights I Keystone Office Ngars Completion ing nature crafts, and hiking _
take place at the First Bap- Garden for ; children, in, Orlando. *e k. They were graded on
Party & novelty \>T( will be some of the popular
fist ',CLi fe r Hi 'in' Keystone ) Sidney Prevost of New Orleans heir cheers, learned new
Engaged CqapleJlr. % Heights'I modern, airaoadltioned office ;
gram of jkeh music, accompanied Keystone post is activities of the camp, accor
Heights. '. '. .- r La. is visiting his grandmother cheefa, and received instrm-
: atid Mrs. Lawrence LaM ";Dyop&a; Ticker shaping up. with .completion... scheduled -for :-next_ month pol. ding to Mrs. Fremont Tolles.}
Mi5sRtdawht.1s "- -- .J Mrs. Etta Minge. betterment of then
'' for
a graduate entertained with a r tions
love- ." MK: :Inni zp ciwpoc!, as Harold Ashley of MeLrose' is constructing ,the building: for, -leaseto camp director "'_. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons Those who attended
of. Mgroe* High' School
}11 garden party in their yard .group.
: soloist, and !rtts. Lamb at the the Post Office DepartmentKeystone Composing the camp staff :
Classjg 1991 'and ii.present- and on the beach at their piano. "" will be: Mrs. William Beam. Day Symbol visited Mr. and Mrs. C.A. : were Rita Tiller, Manan

ly residing< Jn -J ksonville, home> '"on-' Keystone' Lake Sunday Olliei' .. 'r it!,. hg11llgbtllDcl canoeing; Mr. and 'Mrs. Ed! Duncan in Lawton, Okla: ''Fredricksson' Virginia Ford

where-f g; 1?% WPloy'ei evening,' j'ime 10. The 1u4e r s1d 'ut hi 1 mund Dwyer, sailing; Mrs.I Raised At Melrose They also spent a few days in Margaret Slade, Marian Bass

Mr. Roberts is a graduateof party was for the people of Rbckef.Afe," written' by iwS Scout ] ;: :; Carmen Foatr swimming; ;.: I i Wichita Falls before returning Sue Dull, Martha Scott, and
June 15 is
Bradford High School and Keystone Heights to meet members of the &ncn, and\ Gets Eagle Rank i I' Mike Loyorn lifesaving; leaders Flag Day and I home. blenja" Nobles..
Is attending St. Johns River Miss f* -L ii Postmistress May F. McGee. I Chris Spires, who graduated ?A party was held Saturd.t
Carolyn whose
JoneSi the annual t "dieS'S V t' i and assistants,, Mr|. .Joe
i .
Junior.College": marriage to the LaMee's _... of.. Melrose heralds the. i ioccasion from high school June 1, afternoon for the graduacnuSeniors
son Th't-Grams were presented Richard Mooneyham, son ] Daiirer, Miss Paula Wyman. I
Winter,Resident to Close j, \f by hoisting Old ]has moved tq Tallahassee ta and the Spanish Chtittie \ '"
Herbert Pierce [Bubba, will tiis. Thomas Gafnar Mrs.
to 26 project leasers of :Mr. and Mrs. Max ,Mooney- Jr.,, \I
Colorful Career be an event of June 23. fr1* I Glory on the postoffice flag ]live with his parents, Mr. and; horn of Mr. and M-
from the'coiincli ham of White Sand Lake, ref Richard Lovorn;. director, ,
Mrs. Margaret Hall of The .I staff.! Homeowners and :l rs Evans Spires. i! 1..R. Murphy on Swan Lak
weather was delightful, sistance in bringing information ei'ed! his Eagle Award in ; 't Mrs Fremont Tolles. ; -
Leominster, Mass. will sing and the LaMee's yard : k ,I business.. houses alike are Mr. and\ Mrs. R. M. Cason :I
was a i
and techniques Scouting at recent Court
a For additional t information
for a final' time at the wedding :: perfect setting for this af- "which; are making household; of Honor held in Gainesville ., Mt M QI camp applications: call Mrs. encouraged to display the spent; the ,weekendvuh the!.' !: TRINITY'. EPISCOPAL!:
C of a niece 'who "will' be I flag each June 15. hildren, Mi. and Mrs. Ralph'! ,
f fIr; Punch tables'were set wF& CIJCRC" :MF.LROSFsundays
tasks lighter and homes more Richard was active in Scouting t
Tolles at_ 4138, Mrs. Lavornat :;
married atSti; Leo's Church I Cason at Silver Lake, Mr. and I;
under the where
trees guests
pleasant." as t Cub Scout, and joined 4152.: Keystone Heights, o'r KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i i : 10 a. m ("hUl.'!!
Cecil in Welaka
1A"t th'jit'o'itythis month. Mrs. were served bjr Mrs. Bill Be- About 175 attended the : the 2' \' leader.' Mrs. Harris I
Boy scouts at
persons age troop COMMUNITY
Hall has.'sp'ent 'a number of John jour I CHURCHDr. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ford mlPaiatka. I School. 11:45: a. tri Mom.isg
\; \ lOte, Mrs. Ruffini Mrs. this enjoyable occasion. of 11, becoming a member of A. C. Iolt, Minister arid Mr. and Mrs. "i grayer: and. Sermon F- ,'<.
.winters 't Keystone"Heights'Hving'jat ,
: the White Feather: Chuck. Newman, Mrs. HenryQ. Troop 13 in Jacksonville.In pc er '. I :Mrs. George A. Canova, Organist George Thigpen in East ra- \ Sunday, Holy Communion.. 9pjjj.
Hall Mrs. Gene Williams,
June 1958 the Mobney- Grennan will be hostess at ,
i and Dir\'ctor. latka.j Episcopal Young Church
Court and at the Hgen guest Mrs. Tommy Milligan Mrs. C. Roselle Byorick of Columbia, hams moved to KeystoneHeights '' (he. home of' Mrs. Edith Richard Cushraan
w'.t' ; Youth Dir.j
: i men.
cottage. During her time In J. O'Connor and Mrs. N. W. P : j Rev. and :Mrs. Lee Heaton
;, She is the greatnieceof iiornq'uist.
S. C. ; pays
and Richard Each guest
Keys'tone.'slie joined the members -! joinedKeystone's k ? Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.1 i| visited t Mr. Heaton' sister, Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy
Hardenbergh. Mrs. Daisy Mansfield, with Troop 105. He is $1., and there will be foodand
of t.. William's Choir Dianne Brokas, Reba Hall, whom she is visiting in Keystone Moraine Worship 11 a. m.1| Mrs. Fiank Koehn, of tanville; Communion. ;
cards. to
.. now serving leader. Anyone; wanting Lee W. Heaion,
as The Rev.
.t'i ill. ill.
every."Sunday.;: Jan Paul and'Dee Dee Har Heights. know about this will Youth People, 7 p.m. Pioneers j who has been quite
., Richard is 15 old, and more. Mr. ani Mrs. Larry Thompson Vicar.
Mrs.-H U began her musical denbergh circulated among Several l ears filled with years please call.Mrs. Fern Hanson 6 p. m. -

4 career 46 years ago when the guests with trays of cook- people from Jacksonville stop- sophomore' at KHs. He ser-- .:. liirs. :ktev 'Nelson] Mrs. Helen and daughter.. Sherrie, ofSt. CHURCH

as a little; girl she stood be- ies and sandwiches. ped at St. Anne's Church last, yfcd this, f.r'as treasurer of I' ber of h'e Keystone Indians Eg. an, or Mrs. Grennan. { ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL t. Augustine spent Wednesday :METHODIST

side' ner parents to sing in Aside from all the Key- morning in time for ." I CnURCH.KEYSTONE with Mrs. Thompson'sbrotherinlaw MELROSE
Sunday his class. He was also a memto football team. :: : ff s .
ihe.choir n'her home town. stone guests, there were a Service. However, these .' I and sister' Mr.,
After' graduating from high number from out-of-town including the not the usual summer, Miss Sara Jo Sprow, daughter Rev. Wm. W. Worstall, Vicar I and 'M! Glynn Rothhafnmer. ev. Kenneth W. Griffith.Pistor .

schooliie: studied at theN the bride's parents, were were, rather,, attend. i a lover of serious bridge, come i :: of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Daily Morning prayer, 8:30: Mrs;; W. P. Guess of Stevenson -
visitors. They
wEgnd'; Conservatory of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of members of the Grace Chapel St. WUliam's News i, to either the morning'eve Sprow, graduated from St. a.m. Daily Evening Prayer, 5 Alabama is visiting her" Sunday School 9:45 a m.

'ifusiJtfjn ''Boston. She soonbCca1weUfknown Neptune Beach; .Mr. and Mrs.: Parish who had carefully plan- There was a meeting of the ning s sessions6f' th- and I JoIn' River Junior College in p.m. Sunday, 9:30 a'm. broth r-in-law and sister, Mr. Worship U a. m.

:! asa sin: Bill; Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Max ned this trip. They had comeas ladies of the Parish the Re- have a really go d tnne. Palatka on Tuesday evening, Holy Eucharist on 1st and and ':Mrs. E. M. Robinson. THE RIGHT POINT for the

g rpA ughout the area anon Hj elm, Mr. and Mrs. Fred a delegation to;present a, fcreatioh Hall on Monday eye- 'Louis;: Kyle and/]M th Lar- June 5. She plans to enter St.Vincent's .,,3rd Sundays each month. The Women of Trinity Episcopal Way you write. Come in and

stlol' lst a weekly] Jones Jr.. Mrs. Marjorie Fouf- gift to the Rev. Mr. Worstalla hing, June 11, to" make' final 1 seri.. wre.'hi'gh.scorers. at theJunepS I Hospital in Jacksonville -I' looming Prayer on 2nd and l Church held a luncheon I select' your favorite ESTER-

Bost 'radio program. aker, Mrs. Mabel Jones all splendid tape-recorder- plans for manning the new.. .me" < tingr Ethel Graham -" on"July 2, where she: 4th Sunday. Litany service i. &t the home of Mrs. Oil 1 'BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
Dianai Nearly New Thrift SnOl/ will be a student in medical I. on any 5th Sunday. Evening Allen of last week.
Hills is Hostess from Neptune Beach; Mr. and to express their appreciation m h<.t;Luciile i Davie were I Thursday GRMB.UNWANTED.
technology. .1
AtBeahParty,,' Mrs. J. M. Smith from HastIngs -* for all he had done during the Melrose. If you did not attend secon ,- gh; :while, Nan Hop, Prayer 5 p.m. Nineteen guests were present.
a Mrs. this;meeting, please offer your ilra and Olive Karges ''''r Mrs. Ann licowitz of WhiteFea' During Lent Litany and Plans were made for the
On: Saturdayjgvening.', ;; Mr. and Clyde. Le- tiflRe.itie yas.aj.Grace Chapel were .
\ '
; I servie'eyliu Mrs. Lena Clemens Court- has a goodly- Meditation each_Wednesday, Christmas Bazaar which will ( ,
Mee'oforinond Mr.: third. Friday night sessions
9, Dianah Hills: entertained a each: In addition to the gift, they '
j Mrs. Mary Robinson, or begin at": sized variety garden on the 7:30: p.m. be held in November.
1:30 pin
group of her friends at an and Mrs. Fritz Paul of Palatka came with baskets loaded with ,

I outdoor supper and beach ; and Mr. and Mrs. Sam food, as well, so an impromptu Mrs. Herbert Nelson. The shop Father of FormerResident grounds b'oti around: the cottage.Sie Winners of the Melrose Duplicate HAIR OFF!
will be open from 9 am. tin has flowers and vegetables FIRST BAPTIST
party, held] on the Joseph Sawyer and family of Winter luncheon was served at PassesFriends ; Bridge Club for last
noon. and from 1 pjri. till 5 ,,but her chief pride is KEYSTONE
Wildt family. beach on Lake Park. the Parish House. of John R. Powers L HEIGHTS weelj IrjcTuoTe. fSe: following FOREVER
i News From St. Anne'sThere p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and t his her crop'of small yellow tomatoes I ICopeland. I ladigs: First plaice, Mrs. Kay
Keystone. There will be a celebrationof I familym be sorry i ;
at the start. When buSiness which are beginning J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph i Seguf and Mrs. EtfiSf G73- Edmund Dwyer
will be an, Instructed the Holy Eucharist to hear of the death of his .
Guests included 1 at eve on Mon- :
: Minister
5 of Music
Shackleford Audrey, Bill and Eucharist next Sunday at the day, June 18, at 7 ajn., this: starts booming, they may father. Leo H. Powers, of n-, to ripen, and MrslHilbert:are delicious. and: 'qhurch organist. I. ham\; second place! ifrs, Bama .ELECTROLOGIST
remain on other jfc. aid Leath ahefMrs. i
Butch Flakes Mary Ann regular 9:30: a.m. hour. This being St. Barnabas' Day.When' open days, ion, N. Y. The senior Mr. Powers Services School I Boyd J W. $trawn; 107 W. University Are
Schaeffer David"Schaeffer, service'will be no longer than the Holy Eucharistis as well. died at his desk on May: of .Miami have been spending 9:45 : Sunday and third & Mr,. Lucille.: Ph. FIt 24039* .GVii.
several Worship
days at White, Feather : a. m. Morning J. J
Reba Hall Diane Bro&as.Jler- usual. However it will be to be celebrated on a week- save All their parishoners are urged,to 11, at the Ilion National Bank,, C&urt: ,enVpute to New .York.Edward 10:50: a. m. Training Union, Dave and'mw Mrs.stores Marie are Dent.being I IT I!_, Keystone. Hts. Pfi. 4379
very helpful in understandingthe day, Morning Prayer will re-usable cast-offs where he had been
T precede a director Bleha, Afthut Rusclier 7:00'p.: m. Evening services I' i
,Keystone' structure and meaning of the celebration by 15 I it for the shop. If you, can't use. and past president for over 12 and Hilbert Leath were: 8:00'p.: m. You are invited td I I
this service. minutes rather than at 8:30 or don't care tosome years. He is survived by his

*' Beauty Shop The Inquirers', Class will a.m: poor soul may be "happy 'to wife, Ruth, of Ilion; a daughter qhalse empljyeesand; ( .National/ ,,_ co-workers Bank',-J'New in share us. 'family Prayer time with ; Keystone Radio TV Service

Olsen meet at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday. Vacation Bible School have it for a dime Orq- r- ;Mis. Thomas Wowling, 01Ft I
y.Lo Yo ,
City years ago.
\ Next Wednesday evening, At Community Church :: Wayne Ind.; three" sons,
"All Forms, o? Beauty Culture"' June 20, the regular monthly Vacation Bible School will L ter.This Sunday will be Communion John R. and Charles E. .of J VM1i iarn McVetta! and fam- Keystone Restaurant t: GUARANTEED SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
One of Our Specialties ix ri Ohio have come
Hair CuttingPI1Le.Swftn covered dish' supper will. be be held June 25-29 in the educational Sunday for the ladiesof .Wilmington, Del., and Richard to re.V1Sit- He White Feather I Dinners Lunches Sandwiches AND MODELS REASONABLE CHARGES
of the parish. Ironically it is K. of Ilion
building the Community ; and several
Back- held.The also Court jn, order tct attend the Complete Food ServiceTo Tubes Tested FreeI'140'T'IE
beautiful soprano voice Church from 9 till Day. grandchildren. He and his th'
Feather Cut : it adiiatipn"? jj. son, WIl-
which will be heard from the 11:30 am. An exciting course! Postage Stamps Still wife used to be frequent visitors liam" the of lake Out 4395
Rr. McKays Realty at University
Choir will be offered, crafts will Wanted in Keystone '
during the next two and Heights while '7t.. M. 8 3L-
Keystone 2941 Florida. Open -
.., Sundays will be that of Mrs. be the best yet Beginners and The Clay County Memorial his son, John, a duPont employee KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

-, ',." "- Primaries will engage in a Hospital Auxiliary still needs ; was living here. Closed Tuesday Located 1 Block East of keystone State Bank
-- Standard & Gulf Station'e'stoDe
I : 'craft during each day's les your"used postage stamps! Woman's Club ContinuesFundRaising COMMUNITY CIIUR.CH '

son. To help the Beginnerswith Some months ago, we mentioned ; Activities KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS Heights :. BILL TESKE, L DAVID GUNTER

1 t crafts will be Carolyn this in our column, and The ladie, of the, Keystone Summer schedule through -4 -

a 1 Jean Moody, Jo Ellen Wildt,i for a while everyone cooper- Woman's Club are starting j June, July and August: Sun-
and Phyllis Massa. Hal Hand atedthen their "Ro ling D&llar" luncheons '
they seemed to -.
day School, 8:45
and Mrs. Barry Wyman will forget. For your convenience on 'Monday June 18, at a.m.
\ Services, 10 a.m. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS:i MELROSE
be teaching crafts to the,Primary there is a box in the post office which -'ti: im'e Mrs. Marguerite i r .

group. The Juniors will lobby wHere yoii might I!

try their hand at painting. drop the stamps from your j

__ Under the leadership of Mrs. letters. Why not make thata I fOR i BUSINESS I DIRECTORYFLORIST

_ 4 William Beam Mrs. Norman regular stop when you visit I IIA

Thompson and Mrs. William you mail-box? And please

Few, the Juniors will paint don't try to "peel" the stampsoff > .... "

two pictures depicting their the envelopes. Either tear _ !I NURSERY iJsnnaa.--.......... 6 .. .MJ'B'&"' U.'II"'III. AW'ft'
lessons. or cut off that portion of the

The Young People, under envelope leaving a generous Edna Williams j I ClemenS NurseryOver RealtorLot .

the leadership of, Mrs. Charles margin around the stamp.. t1.0RIST-NURSfoJ1f. I 600 Varities of ,

Newman, will also be Every little bit helps, and H.IN FLOWERSFor Shrubs Tree fiouaeulant, on WHITK SAND L.4KE

painting. They will paint two these stamps will help to pay I All Occasion I', Citrus Si, Azaleas 'PaLrtw $%,%50. Also lots and home on

scroll pictures. It should bea for much-needed equipment iielrose Phone: OR 5-233li! Hiway 10U. at Hillcrest other bkes.

productive week of work and for the hospitalF 3'2 Miles East of

F Welcome- Library 'WFLORIDROYAL LI\SLJUANCE .Keystone Height
play.Bible Contact Edna Martin Assoclaf \
School will be under
the direction of Mrs. Barry use Are your you public a reader library: Do? Nowis you : Murrhee Insurance I NURSERY STOCK i JAMES- IL MiEACHEKN,

Wyman and Miss Margaret P. O. Box, 163, Phone 4103Keystone
the time to start
your per- PALM AgencyGeneral Azalea* 50c & upS'
Muir. The picnic will be held Height, Fla.
sonal reading 4'
program iI I IF"ue to Azalea Special$z.oo) u
on June 29 at the Keystone Insurance
expand your personal hori- I landscaping Material Available,
Beach from 3 till 7 pin. MOTEL Casualty Bonds
zons.. Take and
your family See Our Plants Before You Buy..
Closing exercises for the take time to browse aroundin L:7/: Allied Lines
nook Keystone. Height 2731 0. C. Lames Nursery]S.E. McKay Realtor .
tio&fAfffo. You Ahead? entire program will be held your local Clay Conuty Library FuIly-a -conditioned ,

L at 7:30: p.m. June 30, in Keystontf. Or if Florahojne 684-4665 .
I S. r.l{ i' t5d'catio1n! Mrs. Robert Hendry will be have an errand' in town, stopin. you Wall-to-wall 1 carpeting When It Comes To ,Lake and' Front Property. Borne

.- ., -.AIi1! M of your own! pianist? and music leader. You will always be wel- ,* Free TV, phones : INSURANCEGO PACKAGE STORE ,'. I r- Acreage.
into" The l'ioneers-th pteteenige : You will find FIRST CLASS!
f to going business for yourself? come. the Keystone Swimming pool }

;i. ,to a' college educatioi for your children? boys and girls of' the .Library open_Tuesdaythrough *- Excellent restaurant next door *v Geo.: E. LaRue Sbughneay's'PACKAGE' I Keyttooe" Heights. -Ph. 501

I. '. to financial independence for your retirement I Community Church. have dis- Friday, : from 3 till '1P.IIL. Kfeystons Heights ; STOKE ;
I I ? Landed> for the summer. This. and on Saturday from Golf-course: near Agt. For TRAVELERS OPEN.8 A. M. >12 P. M. DAILY: -. .

years their first year, under the direction 10 a.m. .till 2 p.m. credit cards honored ,. .. Insurance Company -CLOSED SUNDAYS Winifred H.
TffctterWHATyotir maybe '. yourFiRSTst
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of William Warren, Daytime Duplicate HomeOwnersAutomobile I Keystone Metros Highway
k, ttilr'AftiBerDpeji ;a''saTiagaLacwMt. ia tfefe ; baa been most successful 'i1t Resume.Local- 4. 1250 Fire Abe CRAWFOfti )
bank. Then, consistently and persistently! add to j,, The Florida Fellowship of Duplicate Bridge enthusiasts St. (State 60) Tel 4692 Day 4325, Nite Blue Pine Package Store t Bar 1! .-
your, savings. The formula for "making reams r'Community Churches Youth will be happy to I CLEARWATER RtT lito -lltb. i ;. lsJ Eitate 0rfcer:

come, true*' is as simple as i hat. Try it and see f Conference; will be held, this know that the Keystone I MILLWORK I I' .... .. -t it z.e. rort. .

for yourself! :!rear at Lake Byrd Lodge in Heights Duplicate Bridge Club KeystoneMfflwork REAL ESTATE i i- '*.. Boslnwi Y > AfreajpRancbea .

Avon Park during the week. will resume its Thursday I City
Iff YlfdNf *fAT 'Aug. 6-10. Registration is morning sessions at 10 ajnJ j Shop I I Home !Rental

A OIl .$17. 0 per peworL TfilC ':toa ay anC continue yeF j t CABINETS DOO&S C. Ji P.cte O'ConnorILEALTO ,N9iTV: P ,, rt'"
chides ah who jUt.t. \ MEMBER F.D.I.C. i youth will Thursday until further no- ftttlfX ...__ WINDOW FRAMES '

in the 9th grade in tice. The meeting place willbTthe ........,. rrnl I! SCREENS I 1 i Midway: Keystone Heijttt .
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TAJ3ETEN T. ,".-. - -- _____ 1j :B1tADFORD"OOmrrr T12GRAPH. 'STARKB. FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE l4. 1963

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I- S VBavless --qp 5 -S.
So to prevent being :;diV )rc-, time. yyyYYYYYTYTYyYYyy f Methodist Church and program meeting, 10 am.

J S-e .- from' one jkinfl 'ot;living !j Symptoms include black Bcinas' Disease -f.-rr;.. f.* *- 1.1 Wednesday Prayer Meeting -

'lm 's Go 'r'rt beauty',. ,a'P ply' enemicalsThese. ,. !\ spots on leaves .showing irregular Hiway il : Schedule-'I---for week of-5 June I and Bible Study e p.m.
''pl nt ::cosme us'vviir! vacination j\ .
.,.. _. I Iw or radiating margins. ,/ :17: I Thursday Chancel Choir
c\& t r. t k, I iH eht from j jing from 'S r ? *j ,
A !: dieasej ; ravag The spots vary: pinheadsize $ j Sunday Church School
Gt'rde" I your' rose.,,plantings and t6 half;the. width-"" '"of theieat. : Br 11is.;:A. C.. 'ElU.. :I ; grtun.Neerle :: .!3:45): ajn. Morning Worship. I rehearsal, 7:30 p.m.
cutting short :the : of 5- tj : 'H! ,
"supply rose
:{ t- :i: beauties.. The larger spots often are the ..
ii 4 } I A discussion of compul-;jrouth. 6:30 p.m. Youth Meetj j i
,By 1Iev4sbarpe. L' .4:I,|_ .A t,now. because.few oun- : surrounded/by a'] yellow halo. Mrs. Bobbj Crosby andbaby'ot sory vaccination program for; j jBrucelbsig i ngs: :.7 p.m. Junior Choir -rehearsal I i CHURCH
+ ?
ces.of chemicals used 'as 'pre? Infected Cleaves turh yeflow Gainesville'1 visited the { -disease) oc-,
Agricultural Extension Service Bangs ] 7:30: p.m. Evening I: North ''SOI, 2 ,2 miles out of
I" | vehtion are worth many ill- and faU from.he.Tjlant.. In ._ ._ C. C. Crosbys, the: Kenny Elix- eupied cattlemen at a meeting;
ROSE CULTURE i fated pounds used ,alter' a disease case, of' .severe attaci ,.defoliation _S : ? .: 5: sons anj'her mother\ Mrs. ot.the Bradford{ 'County Cattle--. Monday MYF Subdistrict I on People's Meeting

Roses .are. li e jTune brides raise its,: ugly .'Iie ** "is ..toiowedjb3.death| of _ Elixson .Saturday .afternoon.- .men's. Association. in the "courthouse -, ;Meeting, First Methodist I Frioayl Young 1:30*p. m. Sunday
r-rboth are fcegutifuW The. major .problem. black, the plant'/ Mrs. Webb of J Jacksonville 5. I
; Tuesday night June i Church. Starke 7:3tt: ( p.m- Installation School 10 Sunday Night
"rt '
And with rare exceptions spot, according to..Dr. How- Spoils "of the fungus are / V"Z is spending this week with her The need i i.: fQI:.prganiz on :, of officers by Rev. ; 7 m. Everyone

both must hal| beauty aidst aId: Mijlef} pathology .wjiih. s'p'r.e f ,-sp.13 1w; .J'.f\IQt -c_ sister Mrs. -Raymond. prosby and.group. ,,' ffQtl'.in carrying ,John R. Brabham, district :,Cordially,yoriP. invited p. to attend-
the Florida :'Agricultural Ex- mechanical contact when XDk 4 Mr and Mrs. Emory Lewis .
maintain. their.Klovelinejss. by t' out this'' program was emphasized ,director of youth work. : J1.fv. Carl Edmondson pastor-
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perinjejiiJI5tations.: the leaves are wet. During S ; 'a S \ speitTuesdayvisiting Mrs. and it was said that state i ;
Without, a doubt, chemicals I Grover Moore J. T. Corbitt, Tuesday. 'WSCS'.business. ;i.63.AMBULANCE .
This .fungus is especially humid, hot weather spores of and federal workers in the pro- S

are to roses as cosmetics are troublesome during, raIny-wea- black spot will germinate and __ Grover Thomas and Mrs. gram would be back in Bradford .

to brides. ther-- rir.m ", strike at any infect a. rose plant within a $ I $ ? Woodrow: hpmasf; all 0$ 'County; : during; 1962 to, f

.- r 5.. r -5 1 six-hour period. Brooker, I'; test 20 per cent of the'.calUe.1 SERVICEPHONE

- -- '...-.0 "' 11I4 III -.--'.. I -It's. best ,to.--pre,vent black Sf, 5.L&. 54 cx_. yonl\i tConner, began her This- testing is.necessary for; 964-2600
11 .. '..'.,11.-," ..r' ;;;;;'*" .:'"__ ... services as", assistant '
-- technician
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- # t'1 '1" ,: r. I spot than'cure.- it. A weekly "'.I the countyto continue as
- -- 1 P"I oust. or ,spray. ; throughout, .the i1Jzzuu.; 'LUUiTDki-DorlaJay: PerTjRDdc kudsu1to in 'the i'laboratory, of theBradfor&oty ;:"m dified certified" Brucelosis Re.WiU\ C. iones fiineral\ Home

year, is good insurance against iaAe".t riout: .trom h14 hur. 'schdule,anti. rela'i ;\f t ii .atth& : H"o spital'"""'' free, it Was said I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral' DirectorS

blagspQtv: 7J.rim.in'.1 rainy weather ,1eJi ,itbere>tbeJ.'elUl.j P..1JdJ8\\'fni.&e &!n,tiY .Monday'*' :TJielas'f.vaccination. .' program!I Sake\ Ifc.
it is a' idea to t (|1. 'Bririe McKinney, re- j herewas not entirely
good step "Lover Come Back;" In which they co-star with Tony,Rand iI;1 conducted RENTAL SERVICED
up the frequency of the protective i' At- the Florida tired from :;tbei Air Force after -!;satisfactory due to lack; of organization -
program. | beginning Sunday. years.offservice. is now I and insufficient co-j Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

Chemicals that have given makinghfswiW: the'W.i- If I I'6peri\ion' between cattlemen j .. '
good black spot protection include C. Conners. |and those conducting the prom i. '

catiind maneb. Miss Carolyn Jones, was ;It was"said. '
| !grant.
I, Af;. first .glancfe Cercosnpra honored Saturday night with It* was 'also' pointed out that

leaf S spot. > .inay, be confused : ajpartyjat: her home'to' celebrate I."anyonewho.expects to 'stay ini REVIVAL' SERVICESPINLEyL :$
i with 'black spoL ,Jcercospora t her graduafioji and-:....forriceAvinj the cattle business" in the future -

. IL iI spots have distinct gray cen- : the $3k( tchotohto.j I in iisU participate in the or ',' .. L. .

- v r I I I I I ters with purplish or reddish Attending were the Herbert calfhood vaccination program\

I r6E1A I I.r I I brown borders.Symptoms ?y S Norman family of Oklawaha, for calves between four and BAjillST CHURCH

I of Cercospora ====pQMcANwr -! Eugene. ; "jillus.[ Jones Indfiend eight: ontliaoI: ; ': V''l i1 r. i. SV-H>>'<'W:! f .H'': '>i. w -- 1 Uoyd, 1.Lady Lake, > ,- fef1 -
I first appear, on mature jeates\, "' ,' ;r -S I jp j These matters will also bej; 'J-
as >ellowjgreenn.dpt. : ; { ,. w 1c1 S "-fI\ ,: air.. ( and Mrs. Garland. Oste .land \ discussed at the mid-year meet-| JUNE 10 .. 17
I I I'S 1\ Wherein the days :fly swift I walked the i j -
change ,..to.t gray .ojj. brpip1 1 ; floor and :rny.head son of;Jacksonville, Marvin I ting of. the. Florida Cattlemen's|, 'I :
are kwitE! darker coipre 'b/ >: 'lj. I jiray. and a miracle ached so ;;I 'could l not Mann. jBrooker.tand, \tr- I j Associatipn in Daytona Beach;'
: appens.. Sly goM htisband is 1 1w : stand it.. .Then :it ,occUlted tome and Mrs.. Ed .Norman.- :: / Bible Reading
; Spec/a J
t The, }.potst ..ci! 11r1t June 13-]. and it is planned Singing I --
49Z4VmEverybody s I slui ak..We!are to get to ask GOD to take -
soon Barbara Norman of Okl
9 ., w, .defin.". ? ti '.t .\\'IJ..:rh. e I! 't /tr. away' for a delegation headed by Z.-. ,, .iJ 't 'Jflf 1 i *.} II
disese; often ,.js r..i'''sc1adwIti the new'aqbulance* : ; the awful ..headache- and the' waha spent last week; visitingher W..? Hamilton' of Broker, to
/I If every" man's; internal heartache I. could take grandparents, Mr.. and Services
poorgrowing'? cflj 1jtAQ4n4 I : so attend this, meeting. 1 I:3Q: Nightly
likClyt3i l ':'crQjhciipan t I care S care of Don and' .stay here Mis. Ed. ljopp.an. Sunday the r
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: ?ir
the ear Were written on'his brow alone while he went. to thehospitaL Normans took her home,spent }
,. "'University"of1'}? .Florida. researchers -| How many would, our.pity. Ipr&yedj.. falling' on the day. .witbf her parents, ,andtfie

'.- ., ..-. .' .,.. I II say that fungicides sharp S .: i my' knees Vitlt I .JeV's 's'tream Thurnian' Jones*family' of Rev. Roman Alvarez Speaker

R e' d(! : .. ,:- ,: are only partially effective I Who raise our envy. now"Tlie ? ing down my face "Please Lady Lake.''I' Lamart- Norman, ,

.Oi A.. for Cercospora. However, materials -] I fatal secret when. revealed -. God. $ake' !tfiis-. awful. pain. grandson, returned' with the .
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!. t&t: ui .. used for black spot' S ,. | aka y.. Help m.< to -..be"hap- Ed 'Normans to .visit this
control the disease. Of.'every aching breast py.and nptworry: so.livabout' week. ..*&&* ?. : EVERYQN LCOME'I!
; may W
: Th i'3Jatntalnfti "h&ljtty 'l Woul 'prove that only. half an' hour my h headache Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosbyof
I : osel j '
Te1egp: plants .iS. the best .prevention. while concealed; .. i j I wOgdne .Aiira l leaMUl Jacksonville- visited Rev. I'.
While ;"checking} your; rose j Their lot appeared the A LE! My' heart a gainis, Ii 1iY. :I[I'and'Mrs. C. K 'Crosby Sun-

I,. i. .' J Po t' '- F I plantIngs "each" "'morning: : b4: ;. est.-s : .5 stZI .5 reS1; :sl iiI .weep When li i tday.Wayne, Charley :I
Retro Mest her is" does of StetsonUniversity.WallTlies I .
ee [ Thomas
for ? aQrak. 00115 : '
Each The Telegraph to sure to keep: an eye out' :; '
time goes powde.rjr: nyldew, The disease, !. have never complat e
AD usually! r adpeafs: \>n youngleaves' buf ,ever since I-: came ou ':it.of tow, hie hasplomisethe. : <'i ogo.toSfoux ., .' of$ Revan ;:}.trs.. .'c:A*Crosby. : .
press IpOUT y0U{{, you I: i ;;;: ShoOts* And buds as' 'ji service. I"have had Caches iiithea I 1 bosP.t .,;;1$ ,":wetk.T; ,; 'fq j I k>!The o.:'E'. Cros&Vs have Johns i iI

white of .toii-of "my head.. W1ieii| CiV:,.:bospitaL.fer ]1 1Br.q. |moved .fr9m ,Raiford to their I.

aremisstg' the. opportunity\ to place i! like spores P2S, .. ; -. l.t.1 was worried or in a placel'': says 'Vete i o, tal, new homeyton:''Westmoreland l.

: I Miidew ay show nipworst i where i :there was .noise, |thiS| would very,.1 likelxkeep?: (':.him street iri-imarke; We ,wiSh afyut this question:
j jon"young
your sales'1'talk J 'inf'31200'homes; ( in, I ie'afletsT causing_ a I< came ''on me. It' was a ner J jvrt- th.ree''montli "' niiiMJ l $them happHiess'; therei i. "I want my'boai'ancj'rtiotor

[I'' s I. '\ **' ., \ *' '. I IB slight rolling of the leaf edge,i' fatigue caused,. the' army ,doctorY'to'ld -;' is attaiq. t could-jw .hoidf \f l..7 CecU Padget /from Southr covered b *y"" insurance

adforh, 'Union,' and Glay'Coun- I i On young shoots it ma cause'.' me ,from tbe;; .noise/ here alone; .ThWOl.dl j 1 r Florida is"3/e for a few days against loss, theft, or dam.

C .i? l. **. r4.S. i"V:? ':,: *. .. "v"ties swelluig" or distbftionlj "" day and night, .thathe: B23 mobile- anibulance. 'q,\.rom gS visit wit*:hts", parents, Mr.\ .. age. )Vhat's more impor.

.. ., ., : S '. I, *Yo ,.an control..powdery j i bornber.rnde.. They Tpaxscl j I aturda5::Monday' #are i I and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett.i tant is to protecf myself.from EMERSON
i : 5 .5 : Mildew' with weekly applications -" the"engines">day and iflght | h,,'Ving..an .auction to vsell, .a i,I Sunday .evehing! the ie-; .a damag*? suit\ (Qrthousands
S One. had' 'to to sl eP..t( of -nllen: bers of the sdutHside Church -
S '. ; I Ii of Karathane also known learn piece. : property of dollars if"!:
S You're the' 5 as.').,UcUyS B'6ft! n sold as.: with\, the din' in one's, ;ears. i iI where we h .d.a'm rtuari. .Don were guests of Bayless High- ran into a: swimmer, or another (
missing opportunity .''Q'f rose 'dust. .. .. -I I W\J..en\ :d1dget: out of;:service,i 1 gaveit to. me. That is' tbd r'*aIy'and their supply. Raster!' boat and seriously : 'Qgiet( Copl"
t- ;
,i Dieoack' caused by a, fun- JL'cpul4''Sleep .on, and. on u.nd'; sold Saturday.jjjftstar.'as ...we Rev. Phipps'filleS',the pGiiitbringing : v. injured someone? Can Hy uzr 1 ( .
reach more than; 10.000 :potential gus':, It*'usualfy''!? noticed .af-I i. never 'seem .to get \neughi. know'now, Don. Jr. is to'comeback It ,,n- ''inspiring th -- agency insure my boat, motorrand .. '111... $ '

J'j :: ;: : ; tet pruning. mechanical. in-:. rest, I always smiled a-nfi in Juneto. buy ITW a but,fsase4 :' .'.. my liabilityi ?!'- .5 5 .

*, consumers, since. each :paper is .read jUt,:, ;: :'-3' u,; I laughed, :l my way through ..life.I and take over. I say' "Thank i Vacation Bible School Parade 8500 -
In early 'stages roSe- 'shoots,' saw beauty and goodness. I. you, God, just, take care will be at the church at Charley E. Johns $$17995illington

i by ni9ip.? : '!than three pe pk.' (Some : wilt. As the cnes. 'die, .back j I i. learned?to 'like my work as a'I things." I m'hapPT again.ot'l 3 p.m. Saturday. i I BT'U.

sl .' the leaves turn yellow then! mprtician, and living in a -QUICK,, JE 4Y SALAD. Vacation Bible School starts Agency

., are even,-passed from' f mtiyto; 'famZ brown. and may remain, hanging j I I I i small" town.-No' one, ,guessed- t't'i put:lettuce ont, e salad,plate,. Monday. It will be from 8:30: *T5'M iv

,* "* '. I I on the cane. Th'e., dieback !I that 1" .had "a' torturein" my then a .Ting' of-canned pine- I to .11:30 a.m. Monday through PHONE 964-0121
ily) 'Through- other medium- can \ fungus is"often" prevalent on'" I 1 head until-.an: electrieian*1 apple.Around 1t,;a double row! .Friday.... Those.needing trans- i B Appliances

r: no plants that have seen defoliated I when we built our new chapel; .of sliced bananas:.Then'jn the ': porfetion Please contact Mrs.CvE. I 13J' S. Walnut! St. : >

played :aradjo.sci;: loud that, t1 i c nted of the pini apple .a.heap: .Crosby. Phone 9649033.
black spot.*
reach at'o l little by I--
so ex-
you : many I made me weep. I had to ask : of:.cottage.cheese. If you.wish 1 Tnoiigh'trCtpd does not .
You down dieback ;III
can ktep him; 'to; tUrn it off. So I' was I; add a vblob"> of. mayonnaise ast for treat men for the har- '
:< pense.. For'as. '. .little. as 9.tr cents 'you, by, _ayqiding .cultivation, Injuries f happy- 'for the peace of' thej' dressing,,and a' dash. of pap- :!'vest-just laborers." i NOTHING'S MOFm'V.'O"'cE'RPUL.' MORE. DamJOABLg,
KB 4 t 1 4 conditions -
S : 0 : improving s'aod Steeping-growing.the plants I r mortuary, the silence, 'and' my iI j jgcoi .t1k l\\. Serve,cold,.- j 1 I i. I ThAN _Mfl_ S9_ Pft ql
: can yourXdyertising l message.in4 -; I Don..' >For 15 years we I A1y: garden. is growing. I I: Receives; -.a
5 free from other diseases. If I County
.4 worked together and: I sang 11' have planted enough for two '
4 to 3,200homes.': Postage alone on you prune roses, it is &. good 1 happy song. Then a year ago families, as I hope, Don Jr. ." U' .*
.. practice to point .the wound Race eIeotrieairo.onditionfng
Don became ill. I tried to hide,and. Marilyn'and.. little Don i g
with .a pruning compound., II \. .,.T& rM...... -?/ ,3 \ ,
: a government post card to the same I i. the ache. in my head like 'a can "be [here to :share all the I State CirfnptroHeT .Ray E. S.

:: Crown gall is common on steel. ..band. around it. clamped 1 new ''potatoes peas,, radishes,I Green reported:tiiia week that

: number of. homes. would. .. cost $96!t i; roses 'an many other plants..' tight. ,When I worried abut t lettuce, green beans, 'beet!';.(-.each "of the '67Vfcounties has I .I&atriogb... tool), triep sumntain air! uused tigll d ton Li'vlntf b I'

lot This, diseas'1seasy to spot him...; the> band.. lightened until carrots, :sweet, corn, peppers, received an additional checkof .i 'Wmak nditioning. .aifeeditfl..ilbothheaJt a.

*A i --S because rough of the Irregular"surf romdeq i! galls we"pt :.1n pahi'. and heartadhlj' and cabbage,.I have those.alii' J31JDOO* rQm.race. track Uumate...M your fingertips! M sIcae. t..,.,
with aces "-
But whether '90 .1 knew, Don should g'o to the planted and up, and also have '' funds. ". /fi; /-T gwab eeriyear heme I
J you've cents S j&infexi "'
got or formed near the ground, on 1
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hospital,to"see what made, him out egg plant and tomatoej.4 .Green ,'s4ai4ftihe. total sent to .
i fc the roots and sometimes on ffesstai Ee trfeJ AirContaa ditidaJ "' '' omf
to Lima a ,
weak anij tremblingtbs. With I plan plant squash, ,t'date for the
$90 to spend advertising aerial stems. When galls (t counties ; ..Ii .,40n .:..a oc&I Is Is
: on your .: the \ awful pain. I did not feel ;:.beans, sweeL-Jpotatoes. "poil rent fiscal T .. isv $11,000" f r. thaa just I .. )
4' .1.--- :"!; become large the- 'plant is I was able to take care of all beans, parsnips spinach and''i more t a'p'ived year by eachof S .a,. .a. .... c.iDoistw'fr ;tl i eI.,... S

messageVyo.U\ : can}still\ get ths i MOSTf stunted -and ,often dies.. things: :an i, 'be. alone. The j,. p' chard.We like all k'! idsQZ.yegetables thee>c iMsduring the .. '-wlel" ofortab1e1 sticky Fa meta 1Jut as..
.. '' II' When you 'dis oveI; gallon the ,other night .about ten 9;,:, .. r.love-my: .,.garie >' corresponding period of the : I.i"_Is".!. It... JftV-'UpneM ditiolUllC IlliiJ..e-a ... ,
F RYOURMONEYinthecoluninsof it is.'a. good idea to ,' q. .t''I ..:. ..ah... a tho oIr. ,it
I ross 'clock. a call came; ark old la : C laly ar-l. Efclcounty hasrreceivcl ., JIdt...
.J by .
: S burn the plant, as there is no we" Iove3 had died in. Sioux It rain d. I little this'morh1mg. 184,500 in i+a "". 'd bnng elie.r
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The Telegraph! What would you practical method of curing- City, so Don had to go get herbOdyr ,, and. is.clpudy; ; now. an4\ race. kac&.funls to date_ I._.. r.---, N..6t1fl.. Iso .. by' -
the disease. walk well quite' cool. 'My .little/ wre4thve ""\ N -
: j He cannot : top ;:, The first $15OO'OIt1e.(( racing -t I -..k*,,*kep\Wter.are less _...:=...*Itf
5 1 like to tell our 10,000 readers next ,i iiinoi- he .stepped out; ; come, : back to :nest aii4
THE RIGHT POINT:1for: ..tw&1 *''I l ,; ; funJs\ received by Bradford .
yon write. Come 'in ...4etkct j ori .the; back steps ..to"go'ge: :''af sinjing. ,t-.tli1i-' f. ip
\ Week? your f&voriU:ESTESU j int tli.e. 'ambulance: and start: ment. God ..is'good :.aivlfitwe j' pital and the remainderIsj .; ;
; He seemed td be'%o't ask 5Hv1lheal'us,1ak'e: : : }
.. : fROOK FooQtAln'Pen.:TELE-i I' after her, j: divided-betwwn' the county 'llJW..Li
{Ing to: fall and'I',grabbed him care. Us-ardfleecLflOt tIatl
I GR.\Pa. __ : (I I| school b a d 'a'rid county com- ,
&J _. 4 5 : I y --: j, )by1:fth; .ar J:1.: He; was.on ;.theisjconi : fear the future.! ./, : .,.1 j I misslon: the. ratio 'of 45 per / .:...w.-. ... -1

; : step. Jt -sx?ry .dart.. .. l: --Yes ;I TiaVe'expenencei.va, .., (. dent tothe 4itn-tra555
its we'havenQ.likbt djitside.jHe ,Miracl;:My headath4, ," i'gdn,'I.tent ,to the school :board. 1 I.- ., 'itt a.. #. "- 'UU.k POWr .. LCttJ3OMPAIV.
j ( ,8USINESS'D RECTORY : : alone,." .' .'. r. S HIIUIIII..... C .
STARJE t :aid, "Le vIne; I. .
I' thank atvl PI'415e.G6i"ottth' "| The,' school board's share I, S S r- -- ... .
to's\uible S "
i and then.htr began ,
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lit '" p4- S t fwas per I ..
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":' i and ; hefell and stumbjed \> '"
.. L "' ft.,"'-f- -" --. .. --.' --...r' .' -:":-! .. -- .. 1 alOIic :*gVaget.'in; :the,:da c.tcried ., All,' my love' .... ,and .""pfayers.. ::'; ,, from a .n1die. favorable '60-0: .I .. _. .. I. Si "'.. -,

MJ'ri( PAR'1 :.- AUTO- 'SERVICEXB.Wnghi.- I AUro- SERVICES f ., iIiJp.l\'and.loY. 'God"" bl Y9u.'eve1'] oue.MQ't'lIEn ratio wenfrtoLthe.this;-fcar find the mOIl -p.- -
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.* Siarke-Motor 'I .Starke' see a dark form. I was so "1l.; : I
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-.. Parts C p..,'nc"5.- f ,SCLAIflSERYIC. 'STATION' Cities Service Station,ii\ dear. husband of so many:'i'. -l: < BAPTISTjCIrtJRCH. : I WUI QJI'&IijII& ,
v '\ -* -. 'i years who' k6 years ago was nttaj--sChool:, 10 a..m
(DOr'-Local :. !' o. \ekSeritcf I' J. C. Gardener, Prop. so,strong and lifted hundreds Morning Worship. 11 a., If'.1tt i fI 'I '4 aI S1J111
|>bbtf Far NAn! Tires Batteries-AoceoorjksLJihricatioQ : ', S Every Mechanical_ Service I of bodirs, a\last, wasW iteak::,- .,".Vnion, :3ap.' m. "l l !IWi << A

} ':: Cork Brownlee]; 4'Clark ,'t- Washing 'l General Repairs Automatk, J.Bui he ibrave. *He got, up. Jv!; :ping. S&rice73O P: BV I I I kngr.
Hi2&UDodd's i iI I Prayer Meetihg'Wednesday; j.pastor. _
542Madison .
8h ( '} -' *Transmissions I and got hi the ambulancemandrorve 4 '
S Phone 964.0801. 96t-__. 1 SI J..l tkWUnt! .: C-6t SS IO1TI i J; 5- _
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.,SADFPftD COUNTY TELEOftAPH... BTABKE.__ u __. FLORID.-_ ___n___ _. ...... __ __._u

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j rrirvYYYYvYTYYYTvYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYvYYyYYYYyYYvNEws regular run to .pick up children -I the.week and Sunday.ReT.. -. ._,-l-g-----, ---4-ra.-. f i that the '
: '- bahia pastures are rolled in the Bradford Soil for .the Garcia Dairy Benny I! WITNESS my hand and the

I OF INTEREST TO COLORED who'are going sw1nuI g.I I' ,Louis McKay, pastor; Mary : WITH{ YOURCOUNTY coming into production.Bud Conservation District pro- is planning I I! seal of said Court at Stark
For further information con- to get his pastures Florida this ,:31st: day oj:
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD McBride, rePorter.. ,, Alvarez'said some ,of gram. :Titus Olson was selected t in May, A.D. 1862.CHAIILES: '
COUNTY as a productive
cerning the progiam, please -
i Allen Chapel AJ.dCiuch.Rev. AGENT his millet j is doing good. He as outstanding District state ::; A. DARlff,
contact Prof, Eddie Thomp- as possible. "The Clerk. Circuit Court
I (By Elizabeth Givens) I; kins at RJE High School, Levy L nnor\ pastor, helda "t'- is using a system of temporary Cooperator for the year 1961- milk cans sure fill up fasler'when : By: .Marian L. OroslV

'" .-. . . I phone 964-8371, or phone 964- promotional program during -"-.7 pasture both for summer 62. the grass is growing MYRON C. PREVATT Deputy Clef l.;')
aA&aa&&AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA LAAA&L&LAAAAA the Sunday and winter grazing. "I find P. O. Box 37 1'
School hour. The other good .
p 8451. Of you may call Elizabeth day I was discussing ., says Benny. ; Keystuns .. ,
r ufluner Program ,,, flora 8 a m. to 12 noon. Other Givens Walker at 969- ; Students were promoted nflvery -J mycows make. better gains if conservation with i Attorney for Heights Plaintiffs Florida
: department of the Sunday ":they have some temporarypastures" Ethan Sapp when he 6/7 4t 6/2S
Th Summer Program at ;, features of the program will 1352. } S ( remark- OTICB
3UE made a good start Mon- j I i i be arts and crafts, reading to i, Club ews J I School,. and refreshments ;*I .c4* he says. I I, ed that you can tell a heapof OF IM'ENTIO.N FIOTITIors TO 'I I i iREC.ISTKR I -
with develop skills were served: after the pro McGarvey, chairman; .diffeience in millet when :s.hlE'i jN'otice .NOTim IVTRNTIOX TO
Jday: a larger enrollment : outdoor and indoor The Carnation Social and Leaton j REGISTER FH'TITIOtS

Shan last year. It is to be re-1 recreation, and teenage : Saving Club will hold] a' special : gram.. ,t Morgan. Jr., Lonnie you disk the fertilize in the is hereby given that : .NAMK
I Hafley, Foster Shi Smith' the Notice is here&Jgiven.
/riembered that children tak-> hops on Tuesday and Thursdays -' business meeting Mon- The' Starke congregation of and ground before you plant the undersigned( under the provisions the undersigned under the that
I Zedra Hamilton o Chapter 20,953 Laws pn -
ing part in the swimming from 7 to 9 pjn. Trans- I.a:;? night, June 18. The president Jebpvah's Witnesses are planning I members of seed. Ethan said:! "1 tried both of Florida, Acts of 1941, will i \"i"190S of Chapter 20.953:: Lrfws
l! { ( the Board of Supervisors for register with the Clerk : o f Florida! Acts of mi w 'HI
end'a ways and I find of- the
program are expected to bring : portation will not be furnished I inks for all 2f( members three-day I get more Circuit register with the Clerk ..
: the Bradford Court in and for Bra! f the'
$long their registration blanks for: the: Tuesday and Thurs;i to,be present and on time: for circuit assembly in Ocala, Consmai grazing by fertilizing belore ford County, Florida, Upon:receipt -T Cfrruft {Court itt and for RrMTt !

filled out and signed by their day activities.Transportation. business of vital importance.Mrs. June 15-17 according to willie i, tion District have' entered the planting the seed." .In almost of proof of pit biteatioi' I t f,6rt| County of .Florida upon receipt -
District in the 16th annual this notice, the fictitious! ..tifcitHof proof of. publieatup; otthisnotice
'parents or guardian.. Parents will be provided W. Brooks, president; McCollum, presiding minister all the planting programs if A'B.C.L.: &' L. CL;., un4er.yuch{ .! the fictitious nan*

,'please help us keep our program for all students who I Mrs. Alma Jenkins, reporter. i 1 of the Starke group. : By G. T. Huggins the Goodyear nation's competition tOp. 52 to select} the fertilizer is put down before 369 t. ant Tempi' engaged* A\e.,. Starke in business Florida.at '! of KRYCE SOITHJBABTERX,. uad r which TAX I em;
safe Church NewsBethlehem Most of the delegates from conservation or at the time of ,plant- H.: engaged 'In 'business 8.?
for our chiUren.I : take ;part in these ;programs Mark Thomas, Box. 163,, j at : *
: Starke and Waldo will ? '---j--. I" dlstri ts. ing the results are better. Starke, Fla., sole owner.Dated TaJlf'Jrand.In.. Jaeksonvllte
.Swimming will be field i daily, when the bus makes up its Free Will Bap'tist ,, :. 1 j, this 7th of June. Fla.
.. Activities of the day
... I Church began its Summer leaving hi'car groups so as to ::'still. Dry Some Places 1 II : will district Lucian Conner used the A.D. 1962! at Starke ,Bradford I. E. AVHHaTOs P. 0. B.<
3 I t be weighed against the CountyFlorida.. 3 41 7..Ja<-kson"iUl. Florida sold
arrive on time and tof i f District .
Bible School program get One day last week I was, performance grain drill to plant 6-7 4t 6-28 'owner .. I
Monday with ,Mary McBride their accommodations and attend taking soil samples on the ; of' other districts! millet and Argentine Bahia. I Dated this :Thh'! day of May
i in
and Elaine Pinion in charge. the opening session at1 i 1 I E. J. Lanum farm, recently' the the Stale in determining Conner says, "by using a drUl County A.D. J962, Florida.at Starke Bradford- .*} i

The program will last two 6:45: pm. Friday.! Many of the :: purchased from B..T< Thomas, !,i competition outstanding: district in the both seed:! are planted in one IX THE CIRCUIT COIRT OF I, 5'31. 4t i'!lpd. -".: .".* !

weeks and is not limited to delegates will stay in private and dry soil was still the topic t sponsored by the operation and by planting T'II E EIGHTH 'jrmci.u.. 9j

church members only. Any homes in. Ocala. The three- i i i for 'some discussion. This Oodyear: Tire, and Rubber millet you have plenty ot AND CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IX. ,'. .. j
I Company of Akron Ohio. BRADFORDCOrXTV. IB. ,lb routl of the Couul
children or grownups in the; day training program is expected -, is in:the ,New River commun- The green grazing while waiting IN CHIX CERT, J 1dJ'f'. Bradford COllat'h.. .;-*

NATURAL community may attend. Bible j i i to have more than 500' its: where we have a good bit 1962-63 outstanding for the bahia to come up. John\0. D.'13093 rida. In Probate.4. .IIn
district PattersQn and :
: -cooperator will : Estate fRosa .
Study begins at 9 a.nu and for the climax at 3 p.m. Sun- of sandy i L' l lecfed b? se- Complete soil and water Mane Patterson fje Lee Finn$, Deceased.,

lasts until 10:30': a.m. From day. The public is invited to Mr. Lanum will soon move'; '! than from among the more conservation farm plan was -. Plaintiffs 'II'II.8 j To ':\n 'Credltom and PerooajHating ; 1
400 farm Claim
10:30: to 11 is the recreational all sessions. I here from Marion County. He operators en-- delivered to Benny Garcia Jr. Julian A. Courson and I AjjnlnM Said (':.,.or,.,Demand.,

hour. i i Allen Chapel Church, Rev., has a good start of Pensacola'! XO'.I'E Hazel Courson You and each of you ar

Dependable -- Economical We are still asking- you to! L. A. Sampson pastor will : grass now. Maybe some liming : will Notice be sold Is at hereby Public given Auction that the following described lands H Defendants, i, hereby present notified any claims and required and deT:?

support us by sending your I i hold regular' services Sunday,; i material ,and some fertilizer -; day of July* A.D.. 1962, at the at CitlIall.12.-00 o'clock noon, on the 6th i i ;iNOTlCU AMENDED OF $tIT : mands which you, or l'hltl'r of
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City of Starke, j >ou, may have against the -
PHONE 964.1301 NIGHT 964-2411 children. I[ starting with Sunday School; for: sure, will put him in':' ,taxes of Bradford hereinet! State,of Florida; to pa}' the amount due County for- tate of Rosa Le s FInn. deceasl e-

CITY,OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. The usual church schedule!i at 9:45: aJn.,,with Fannie Bell I business. He has had enough ; such sale and advertising oppositethe: same, together with all costs of "! THE Julian STATE A. Courson OF FLORIDA and Hazel TO: i i!! o County d. late of Judge said County of Bradfon W the)

will be followed throughout; Frazier ,in charge. Morning experience with pasture in[: 1 Lot in NW% of | Courson Address Unknown j I County. Florida. at his office
.. j service 11 Marion .County to the S\V> ; and to all parties claiming any! I in the court house of said County .
i a.m. Evening ser-I prove j.., 4 as Desc'm j I interest ,
.__ _u_ _____ J Deed by. through under or at Starke. Florida, wHhirt!
vice, 6 p m., with Rev. Sampson -i' value of soil testing before I 301: ) K\Bk R/W 70 PG I;I against the said Julian A Cour- six calendar months from ih*
/1 In spending his He in son and Hazel Courson and all time of the first publication! o t
I 1/ charge of the services. money. is Nat Williams' S D 22 6 22 John & Annievmiains" J persons hiving or claiming to : this notiiv. Each claim or dl't
WP also interested in some Coastal : \ have any right, title or interest
arp sorry to know: that E 46H 405 I niand shall be in writing, and
Ft of Iots in the following: describr
JOP .Qrpham is confined to Bermuda on the more : 1. -oTVk H. Kt: I erty: propS shall state the place ci' r,--..

1 bPd af h's: home and wish sandy land. 5 20() Pt & ER'V:' I I Lot Si\t.\-four (64) on Oak .tt'ot't" and p..st offVo I'fdr ....
Here is where 'soil: ''I pig town of'. 'S.I i I Al'nuin CRYSTAL:;: LAKE of the claimant and *ha..l! )t..*
\ I him a s 'eedv recovery. All testingis ftarke I,. A. CanaraMetta 111:55': I HOMESITES::, according to .worn to by the claimant" hIt
t ,! important because liming Lot 2 l;!''at thneof recorded Plat agent. or atfornex. and It members( aM frind!s ae asked : of Fll): 15 fnT. t S in
and fertilizer requirementsare T & C 'S 3 Iv ) : S ROt'3, | \e 6. of the such claim or demand not! ,if
to 'rmOm$ r him with \ !''ij 8 ii".t .its5.rre .. 4.85 Pradford Cu..nty public re- filed >hall be void. ;
different > :
good:: growth cords. F.TNiA2.IL' FINN.:
: v\ur visits and 6V I
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prayers. Ft of X'i .
with Pensacola and Bermuda .' fl Ii! I (|t YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat As administrator! of Hi Ks*
: ,1'i r >! 0" D't-ia .
Mt. Np':, Baptist Church. a suit has been filed !'tate of nOM Lee Finn. itp, '.'IIS'
Soil in Ten:pl!p sdd J A. BeBHaiiaa -
Sampling! Popular 17,45 i : ?gainst you In the above entitled S
I RPV. Burgman pastor. will More soil sampies have been ri5 FX: 1 !...>t ,In cause and :you are hereby pd.Fir't pl1t.JI"stlon }IuI'H..*
*rlri regular services Sunday, X\V py f- ."' X ..SS .. 'E'Quirt'd to serve upon PiainIiffs' !5.24 4t 6-14 fWILLIAMS
!, t'ariivr n in our county duringthe by i2V E SW '. "' altol ne}'. \\hose name and
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!s; wiith Sunday Schoolat inL"t fI-" '11g! .'D address .-.- --- --- p
past year than during the D. LeJg 42.17'47.S5 appear hereon >ouiVntteij =. .. ---- .
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i 9:45: a.m., with Mrs. Ruth \ ; defenses if any to the -_------'t'' _=.---= :.:_.'
five previous. The proof of 7 of H'k 2 BJtler Complaint said uit.
-- copy inulucii
-: I Sanfers in charge.... Morning... vaus. is that more of our I CM S 'n CItirles \\. :;-;!ade is delivered tr 'you herewith -
I Service, 11 a.m. with[ Deacon glOWers : Tract! : A of \\estpineSD '. :; on or before the 10th day ,
want a' repeat. test E$ n Ifl{ Ft J. AA". Thomas IS.Jj: of July, AD 1962.
i I Vasco Mitchell and Deacon,D.i i Tract A of
each year. j: WestpineSD :;I Herein fail not or a decree
I i W. Clark in charge of devo- : Ex E] 180' 29 ..6ft J. W. Thomas 18.15 !1 i pro confesso will he entered
Poe Soil ph _and calcium must Com'at; !
pay' j tions. err of ., I you for the relief pray-
Evening 7:30
I II : p. be about right to put the fertilizer -j NWV4. of SE% ruriW I! ed in the Complaint.
***** II I I I m. Holy Communion will be to 420 Ft. S 315 .. I| THE NATURE OF SAID
when cheekS3W5S 1 work.Chemical reactionS ; Ft for POB. W I j SUIT BEING for the foreclosure ,
administered the :
by by pastor.-
you pay ,' : must take place .before 54Ft..S1O5Ft: J! of the lien of a certain
Mrs. Janie Mitchell reporter.' EZSFt toV mortgage executed by the Defendants WATCHKS-DIAMOMOS I
some available -i .'i ,
RI 200.
Julian A. Courson and
y' ". ,.' c edlecb3) "" chr: i;, Birthday Party to the .plant' A soil "test| N along W R/W' .. I Hazef' Courson, his wife, on Au- ; All Work Guaranteed
: Jortha Morris was honored 1C14 FtV.. 116 i gust 31. 1961, and recorded in
.. is the onfy i'ay to know. Some : C.
;, A. Williams
M-u.a r Ft to PUB 32 6 22 L. Anne Humes 6,55 the public records of Bradford
L YV '" 1 by her, God-parents,' Mr. and
people may be pretty good at : County, Florida, on September 142 W. Call St.
"' 'b i Mrs. Vasco Mitchell, with a smelling the soil to tell how :MERRILL EDWARDS 12, 1961\ in Official Records .
: Tax Collector Rook 22 at page 157 et seq., encumbering .StarkeFla. .
-rtnd party on her 5th birthday anniversary sour or sweet it. is, but they : June 14 4t July 5 City of Starke, Florida :i ) the above described Il
fea :
they're $er fesalfe easfef/ Sunday: June 10, : can't. tell whether the soil : _;j 1 property. .
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from 4 to 6 o'clock. Refresh- &'" g. -5TkEnuETA"P -
< I needs high calcium lime or -
Be? be mehts to the .. -* *- ---- -
smart- : modem-be prepared ft>f coat&gentie wer served dolomite. \ I y.
: more than 40 guests present, Cowpea Time Now

db a dieddng: account Iter:. Openone 1, and the honoree received L :I Just like the country I I
this month! !'i many lovely gifts. : smoke-house, if you say you i

iJ i I, lift cowpeas, some folks think : ( '
'-- you 'eat (anything' -

: I,H CHURCH We.hear them called. Southern ? I' ,'- t.-S..,.. i: vE;' --1 ', i .... S .
peas'and th&is more attractive ,:1\1\ .1 I
i I I 537 W. Call St.,. Starke to the city house-wiv- : -cono F
FLORIDAI{! Rob L. Badffttt, Minister ;i I es. Any way you say it : \
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. ; like, ,:,';' \ .
I people good, fresh peas. : .
!' Church Worship 10:45: a. m.i i 1 .. \
A fungus disease cowpea \ ,
I !i| Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir i ,: i

_, .., ., : :, :_ ._: : ._ _. [I practice, 6:30 p.m.; ,CYF 7 p.: !|(! scab for -insect-is, .mistaken'damage. This sometimes fun- : VA-CATION .
m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.1! '
One Of 30 Banks Qf The Florida National Gro up 6 .Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. m. Wednesday. gus produces spores and le- ,

t i i" sions on the pod. and makes (

I -_ _. .1.1il I the ood look bad even though
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inside is not affected at all. I*I _

th !II Like any fungus disease, I II !II I

[ AREA BUSINESS'DIRECTORY -:I this scab is difficult to pre PECIAL !

I il lli before vent. If peas you are see ready a little to start pick, ,'

: = __ > you might want to spray with'i
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.. : to recognize in that the pod

stung and drooped down or .
Hull's Brake Supply VOLKSWAGEN Johnson & Paris Me C U L L 0 C 11 has fallen off. Toxaphene is 1 GO IN STYLE..SAVE EVERY :

-BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Sales Service -- Farts Inc.Complete CHAIN SAWS the best material here but \ ..

Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown Motors Line of NEWUS.SA ;ou must wait 4 or 5 days before .
Turning Grinding -
While.You Wait Inc. FERTILIZERSInsecticides SERVICEFlorida ;, Keep. Killing RatsI .

1111 8. Main Gaines\Uli Ftc .t-: )8! -Pet Supplies! Sw Co. I I am talking about the ones .,.. '. ., ..

FR 2.9829 1030 E- University Ave. We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' FR f'ttll : with four legs and a sharp : : ..

ii Gainesville 224 N. W.. Mh Ave. I 2538 N. 1C.; 19th Pr. nose. The ones that may be MILE''i .

.JUITO RADIATORS FR 2-6476, I I O-inet'vtUf! ,i in the, kitchen or out in the t
I' in .
Gainesville. Fla smokehouse or the barn.

Butler's Radiator B & G Motors Co. SEWING MACHINES \ Smokehouse- many folks to- ''II : t. t
111.)< 1 STEREO .
!AIILLAC OLDSMOB1LL; .. Sewing MachineS : day probably don't know f- -- .. f
Service F85 IIILLMAN i what a smokehouse on the -

:Modern Core In Stori Sales-and ,Service Top Tunes"The rv c Co. !> farm is. If they could go out 1 [ S! [Q wn ,
Little Record
2001 N.V.. 18th. Rt. 441FK Biggest New Home ftttteNecehi i, and pick up a good pork ham ,. c. ., ._;. ar'
Truck'sNational .
Repairs All Otrs Shop in the South"EH.FI ;. :. .1-.1Of ,
: Trailer Rental 6-7513 Stereo Component Dealer -. Pfatf :: or a few links of real farm-i SPECIAL$ SAYINGS mGln HOW! :
Service IRepalrs i smoked sausage, they would :
Sales & .
519 S. W, 4th Ave.. Gamesvill Pilot Harman -.Karden "", .
On All Make I never forget the old smoke-
FRo.t96: DODGE LANCER eLM Fairchild G rrard '815 W. UniT. ,Ave., Gainesvil>i! house. ..._ ,.", r .

; SIMCA tilV.. (;nI9Ue.-' 'f _'.._Galneavillej'FR 876-1073 Well that is far away from : ,... .

;AUTO SALES & SERVICl Sales Parts -- Service .: --"j-2-278_ ".- L ,I '. killing rats, but just like killing .. .

IMPERIAL: CHRYSLER ['SEI) CARS TOO LADIES- S WEAR' I,1 UthFI (', rats, it: is mighty important. : .

Poole-Gaoie Motors If .you are interested in ,
Cherry'sjainesville's killing rats,-a visit to our office
Authorized Sale Parts 19 S E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilUFU : I
S will please Come
Servtce :-::sUI Most Fashioaabli! : .
and ask about it.
.. __ Address: for .L idl'ta' .-.1 j SHEET AIR roxornoxEvctfo METAL ;
** -, .,. -. ': Job Too Large Or ToaSmai J '" .... .-........

Motor Co. :ONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES 1 ; '.. .f 10* S. F. ..ltb. St. GalDe\ill i 'If iaz II ...-................-_-..11.... .

''t>5 W. University., OaJntlYU1t" L: VR2.1491'CUTJM ------.;.-.-.. : .

8-, 204 N--F2 Mam.2.2561 Gainesville INSIST THAT ALL YOUR t'I I110'ER \- CLEANERS : f .l gj n. WMONS.BICGIRS! mcs -

i, Uiedcari-312.N.MaIn FR 6-3400. CONCRETE THE BEST PRODUCTSARE FROM Gainesville I' .All. 'Make. "' ;-.'tVactiumrr':--"-'' ., : Our u_.Soil.- Our Strength'. '' FALCONS. !.PON EVERY[ FALCON 11- STOCK- K! ON THE BEST[ Of THE CWMCIS& !

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..- Edwards Building Mayflower ,I!'"If It Needs- Repairs I -' '- _. ,

) 1 LINCOLN MERCURY- Supply, Inc. t _. BrlnglnToKlrty'r Soil Conservation | < -

COMET METCOR j NEWSBy .." na I :3 1. -S J' *, t
726 S. Main FR 2 4844 i !I ; .
;Authorized Sales Service- Gainesville. Fla. DISTANCE MOVING I Authorized 'lift-fay .Distributa: i, i iI IMMEDIATE DELIVERYLOWILOW FORD PRiCESION -

4 Parts Storage And Crating. !> BQ1 Ba.i : SAVE EXTRA N.9W

t.*Trained Mecbanlrs Good Gainesrille FR' S-5224: Krlj: ;I ANY FORD.IN OUR STOCK I : : .- ________

Used Cars --- 1 1MUSIC Sales.& 'Service. .... ; Soil and 'Water conservation if i 1,
: sUt'M..iIsLillian's it S. \V. ht G&1nesvDIt I I,, farm, plata pereiirpared for ON F FORD '

Barkley l Motors' FR 6-7110: Emory flrOwh 't.Cna. RodmanReddish. : AND-YOU DO NOT> ". :: ,
., .
,- 615 N. ,Main. Gainesville Electric Motor Music Store WEI.DIXG P .- .' Emory.'woasfTafm' : 1"iJ';; is located .fr GENEROUS- FINANCE TEM: :Jo OF

"GalnesvtDe Leader* In"the, Hampton.. Theressa ; ; ; $3OMCA5HIJtOR.
Crcne Motor .- .. !
Sinee 19W ;! Universal :"t. i areaf? if 'planning to put iiPensacola PRESENT CAR HAS A fcUSH AT. t

LARK ANGLIA I KRAIt.\VER. \VI.' 'm- WeldCornpany Bahia pastures. He .E)1OUGJjTRADMP1'VLUEJ '1l

',ENGLISH. FORD GAINESVILLE, INC ,C\JJJ.E i Aftz! chicken houses ; J
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SlERCEDEs BENZ "VOLVO COMPLETE ELECTRIC PIANOS lL\NORflAN8- 1 Otomn Fabrication ; and plans to use'the chicken j ) t' -- -- --- .
Pipe .St 4, :
i Authorized Sales .& Service MOTOR CHORD ORT.AN5 .-?15'.nn I '-. Steel R.epalL e- TrocL. manure-oqHhenpasturestRtddish'; ': .

"Complete. Service for All SALES AND SERVICE Guitar? -Drumb'cet: I. Bodies' -TraUfffSPECIAL1' -I.-_ ; Ro! : : is us1nPenscQia TERWlLLEGAR :

\ !Jbkii $ '" '..-" "Distributor' ol Music : DfiSP3NOraaiueatai ? -,% _Bahi -and Argenhs I Irtfft MOTOJ.: :
608 Eo University Ate. New Lincoln JIoCtt" Budget Iron W.rtr fb r pastures ill '
FR and cays that his dairy rows t I 206 WEST *
2-4251 FR8311 I MADISON ST.
FR .-5931 :519 S. Main Gain n11Jt I I PHONE 964-3381

| Gainesville. FU. 1030 8. Main Galnen1116 112 S. E. FIrst Galnuvllli I FE 6-7131 are doing much better now i .
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.t' m tured dessert of homemade ice .mtf..YYTTTTYTYYBROOKER rR
daughters of
:Jacksonville are TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT>! sell Baptist Church, includ I from the hospital. I,
cream. spending a few days with her f fI ing Mr. and! Mrs. Earl Mos
JtAMPTON Successful Revival
Personals parents, Mr.: '.and Mrs. ,L. L.I EVERGREEN ley and Carol Jean, Mr. and i, I GLASS That's Our Business
Mrs. V. J. Slade We
was hostess Dyal- : had a wonderful revival,
i Mrs. Ottis Brewer and family .
!' i "If It's Glass We Have It"
:;. By Mrs. D. 1 E. Hill.AAAAAAAAt at her home in HamptonI I By Shirley Green !! Allen Lewis left Sunday for Mfrs. Inez Brice Mrs. Daisy Pringle, Britt Ro i which closed Sunday morning. j, ---- CALL WRITE VISIT

.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A. I I I Wednesday; evening last ; New Orleans, La.' where he will sier, Lourin Redding and fam Several re-dedicated their lives or
week. Eleven were present for |I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA44Mrs. :attend a Tolltest Board School I iL .a. a..a..a. .a..A AA A 4" FOR ANY GLASS NEED
City HaD Gettitir'A I j ily, Rev. J. E. Norman and and there were eight additions !
I the party with refreshments I i Russell Bootie and : for three weeks. This school family, Mr. and Mrs. William II
"Fact I Mrs.
-Lif lion" Job of punch and cookies served Mr. and Monroe Gas'kins to the church. Those SHEA'S GLASS CO.NOT
I will enable '
I him to be
Mrs. more
| Alex Williams and Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs.
son j
Hampton City Council vot- !' following a demonstration. : of Augusta, Ga. are i, coming for baptism were Kay .
familiar with his work. He has ,
edjo. "clean-up and paint-up" !' Mr. and Mrs. M. L. 'Watter- !j Kirk, of Jacksonville visited been employed by SOuthern: '-visiting friends and relatives i i, Wondell Herndon ar-1 son. I Brewer, Nella Kirkland Re- (l INC.)

the city hall, at the regular' son spent Sunday afternoon.!i Mrs. Dave Green Saturday. Bell Telephone and Telegraphfor here this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirk- becca Rosier, Patsy Griffis :, "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.

meeting on' Tuesday evening I: with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick],j j Mr. and Mrs. Mack, Press- seven years. When he re- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart land and grandson of Ocala I Barbara Jean Crawford, Catherine I \\Ve Design Modern Store Fronts

last week, June 5, and work Watterson near Starke with ley and Becky and Jimmy Cox : and children of Lake Butler and Mrs. Mildred Copeland I Gaskins, and Janice I
of Lake Butler turns from New Orleans he Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Mr. and
was started later visited the J. Q. Rosiers last and Lucy of Starke Sun- Sapp. '
last week..The' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Failing, Mrs. James Dean'and of will be located in Cross Cityas were J I'J Table Tops
; front porch of the hall they drove to Keystone son the Central Office Switch Sunday. day visitors of the A. C. Kirk- Another addition was Carol ,

is"to"'be.. cleaned and painted; Heights Sunday night for a Bristol, Tenn. were Friday man. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Several from this section lan s.We. Baxley who came into the'' 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353
night dinner -
guests of Mr. and
brpken. window panes to be family get-together Mr. Mrs. Eudell Vaughn and Lewis of Starke took him to j attended Homecoming at Rus- are happy to report that I I church by letter. 'I

replaced and frames painted: and Mrs. Donald McMahone daughters. Jacksonville Sunday after- 1 Mrs. Martha Green is home

inside the building, the floor and children. Mr. and Mrs.
noon to catch a plane.
i$ ,to..,bq ,. Miss Patty Bigham attended
? painted. McMahone left Monday fore a Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green I
the Cheerleader Clinic at
Jn; other business at th week's vacation trip to various and daughters of Jacksonville '
Florida State University in
meeting,. the council again points on Florida's Gulf I
Tallahassee Sunday through were Sunday guests of Mr.

discussed, the sidewalk situation I Coast, and Mrs. Dave Green. ..,. .... .
: ,
Tuesday! last week.
i before a decision is i Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent ... .. V.y.: .
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards ,
i', Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Green ;; S:
reached how 1"ijf'; h : ; .
laid.' An on. much can be .: a week vacationing at Salt and son, Ken, visited Mrs. G. and family and Mr. : :: -. :; :' ..
additional :street, J
1, Springs. and Mrs. Bob Stuebe and .
I ]E. McGauley in Palatka and r
i 11JttF..yrjll" be installed on Pine i i i i i Mr. and Mrs. Jerry WilllaIIis Mr. and daughter of Gainesville spent -" J '\S
' Mrs. Frank Stokes at
4. Street. east of where it pas- :i 1!. )! of Starke are the parents Crescent Beach Sunday. Thursday to Sunday at Salt i iI, .r ...
MS. thBf school, I I I I s
of a daughter, Karen .
R"" S;: I'i. i I I. Terry and Don McDavidrand : Springs. I .ti; ? ''
Mullins, veterinarian, Sue, born Thursday June 7, Miss Myra Parrish nter- I ; ,
.. Mr. and Mrs. Salty Lang- :
wjll'! In Hampton sometimethis in Alachua General Hospitalhi
1 ford attended the Horse 'tained group with a skating s
month to inoculate dogs Gainesville. Grandparents
Shows in South Carolina Fri party at Lake Butler and a
-th ,exact date to be determined are Mr. and Mrs. Carlton slumber
party later at her
day to Monday.Mr. ; ,
as.soon as possible. Chastain of Starke, and Mrs. ... .. 3
[ Iie and Mrs. :Malcolm Le home. .% ... ... aOA l .
ui1cUmen and city officers J Jessie Chastain of Hampton: { ,'
Mrs. Kenny Green gave her w C
wis and family of Starke, Ter n
were present for the is greatgrandmother.Mrs. ,
: ; husband "surprise" birthday k.:
a :
meeting. ry and Eddie Langford, Mr. .
R. L. Birt of Gainesville 1
party Saturday night at the
and Mrs. Lamar Hall, and
VBS Program Friday spent Friday and Saturday ,. ..
Allen Lewis of Cross City home of.her parents, Mr. and <
At ;
Hampton .
Baptist here with Mrs. Florrie a. '
were the Sunday dinner Mrs. Fred McDavid. The group a :
Vacation Bible School at; Belle Brown.
enjoyed and refreshments
I guests of Mrs. Amanda Lewis.
Hampton Baptist Church will 1 I Overnight visitors on Mon-
of cokes
hamburgers, ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal 1. .
wind' up the week of classeseVery j day last week with, the MiltonL I I I visited Mrs. Marie McDavid cake and ice cream on the .3; .k. Y a .

mprntng| this week, withparents' L Mosher family were Mrs. Myr- ;'. patio.'TYTYYYYYYYYTTyyYYYYt.
and John Pinholster in Alach- .: ''
night program ,this 5 tie Monington and: son Jimmy a
(''ua General Hospital Sunday _
Friday" at the church at 7:30: ) enroute home to Calhcoon. N. : s '. ;
,i afternoon.
Y. after spending the winter:J s
pan.The 'i I Miss Ann Vickery of Gainesville r
program will be presented in Tampa. m. -
I'I'I I is spending this week CLAY HILL
by the various classes, followed ,, University of Florida stu-
I Miss Linda Green. ,. ,
by a display of handicraft j. dents having a "breatheris ,,, '
Fred Bennett of Miami i is By Mrs.\ J. L StricklandtA.AAA.AAAAAAAA.AA.AAAA.AAA \, ..n,
made by the st here between the end of the sY
residing in Brooker. this sum
daring the week. Pastor W.fkiCElroy P. semester and start of summer
mer. He is employed at the :
,. VBS principal, urged'parents sessions include Miss Amelia s. .
new Florida Hydrocarbons Mrs. Mary Locke, who is a :r
and friends to at- Williams, Joe Gregory and plant. member a f the Highland

t Pd the service. James Horne Mrs. Richard .
Mrs. J. H Sullivan and Church but lives in Jackson Instructor Billy Reynolds ( wheel and Shell
turning front ) dedets check
out Stall's 123 .
""Workers for the VBS, i in May also plans to attend family visited Mrs. Mary Willis ville, was with us in services a car at one of training ce aters.s

addition to those named, earlier -< school at UF, with classes be- in Bell Sunday. Sunday morning. .

; include 'Rev. Henry ginning Tuesdav.
Jar-I I Mrs. G. W. Batton and Nellie Lang of Clay Hill is
via, pastor of
Waldo I, Mr. and Mrs. Richard daughter, Sherry, and MrsAlex visiting relatives in Tampa.. .

Church each, who morning has been assisting j I I tIe and children returnedhome Williams and son, Kirk, Ruth Corbert of North Carolina I': : : Shell instructor
during theworship
to Stewart, Miss. this of Jacksonville visited Mrs. is visiting relatives and Billy Reynolds

secretary:period Mrs.; Joyce Melton'j' j!I week. Mrs. Castle had beeni Dave Green Wednesday. I friends in this section this
limns and Mrs. Frank WiI.- ,': visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin week.
Clark. ; Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott, for I and: family attended the graduation '
ChrisUan Church Scores I Leonard Norman is slowly '
In' SS Attendance Contest several weeks, and Mr.,Castle I of Richard Gainey at I improving from his recent operation -

Hampton Christian Church joined his wife and children Peabody Auditorium at MainI I I but cannot. be out of offers 10 clues that
here spot
last week. help
land High School, DaytonaBeach. .
reached an attendance of 87present the house very much yet. may you
'in Rev. W. P. McElroy was Thursday night. Richard '
: Sunday School Sunday Mrs. Hulan Herndon had
evangelist for revival, servicesat ; is the son of Mr. and Mrs.ir .
)1 aorning, ending'an eigh t- I not been able to attend churchI -
Evergreen Church near W- Gainey.Mrs. .
week contest among Christian i' services for some time, due "
Churches: Lawtey last week, in his absence T. W. Markey and Mrs. I .
throughout the to the illness of some of the ,

fittte,. I Sunday: the pastor of Eudell Vaughn and daughtersvisited : I children, but all were able to f : ,. : .: trouble before it starts
the Evergreen church, J.
'AHnoug.1\ attendance figur- E.I I Airs. R. K. Dukes in be back at Highland and also .
Norman, was guest speaker j'' Lake Butler Thursday afte -
estorwere not r- Clay Hill last Sunday. '
yet turned hi,
for morning worship serviceshere. .
Pastor.. Carl Clarke said he noon.Misses Charles Mosley is in St. ,
feltksure the local church had Marcia and Jayne Vincent's Hospital in Jack .

wot\'in. their size category of Charles McIntosh of Daytona i Green of Jacksonville are 'son ille. ', OVER I 12,000 Shell dealof the rubber hoses that J
-150; Beach, brother of Glenn spending the summer with your keep it filled with rode Y's Super Shelf.

'ch'urch}enrollment.grounds Dinner I was held on"li McIntosh of Hampton died I their grandparents,' Mr. and Twin( Mrs.girls Marcus were born[Charlie to band u.] ::r:: : ers go to Shell training cooling system. If they're cracked or swolfor 1 top performance f all }jcar long.

following the morning worship 'I Sunday here., according to word received i-i j I Mrs. Dave Green. : Mosley on Monday, June 4. a..;: centers e"ery) .-'ear. There, len, they can fail.at any time and cause

service! Sunday, and fea- I Mrs. Harold Sorrells and One of the babies is still in they learn how to spot your engine to overheat. Super Shell's 9 ingredients "

-, a hospital in Gainesville, but for top performancet '
I trouble wick! '. ,
I the mother and the other ", 9 ) G. ltarrcdwmdshteld.If your windshield '
baby have returned home l'i. Here _TCP-f., } and 1 longer
: are 10 trouble signals cage ;
II IS scarred or streaked, It s probably due to .
Billy Reynolds
'n SUMMER FUN FOR SALEAS 1so from the Bradford County that 1 plug I }life.Pentatie .
Hospital. ,! Billy Reynolds) faulty windshield wipers. Have your Shell

: Winnie and Hester, daughters i- one of Shell chief instructois, always 1 dcalercheckand 1 replace 1 them if mIX-for fast 'a rm-ul)s.
I necessary.
of Lottie Starling, who i stresses If notice of them in } Anti-knock JIllx-for resistance knocks.'
LOW AS $4034 A MONTH I'i i lived in this section a few'I- 'any your 7. Strange noises. Listen for any odd. ,

I years ago, are home.' on a visit car, tell your Shell dealer I His advice noises from your car. They can be warnings Alk_}-I late-to I help J control 1 "I lit,0'v I h-s Bed;*.

with friends and relatives.Both i might head off a big repair bill later on. knock. '
girls are married Hester s of trouble on the u a Y.

:aa': t3. t $.gtt. :;r ;. ; K.9 yya k r o- C't ,,. has a nice son and daughter Ll- Mushy brakes.Vhen your car is standing 8. Undcr-thc-hood clues. You can learn Butane-for quick starts. .

t "and Winnie has a daugh still, push the I brake pedal 4'
L a lot by looking at enoine.Vatch r
; N :; ta? :hn \;;$ \'' 't a A )your
R'x'ri2a ter.Well a firm steady If'it feels I soft and 0 -added in cold weather } '
\ \ \ A\\\\u 'h pressure. to help
talk about things happening >- for oil, fuel f 1 and water 1 leaks. Also I loose '- ;

r [ to you -our glasses: ( slnhs'to the floor, you've got trouble. that wires and worn msu i I.'o n. check carburetor icing stalls. '

fell apart one day last week. should be fixed Gum
right away. preventive help keep carburetors
Started to take them off but
9. Sluggish !battery. If }your engine turns
didn't have to- they just fell Wandering wheels. If front tiresshow clean inside. ; Y .
}your '
1 l than
orer.more slowly usual when '
off, in two '
pieces you
so we were Plat
rather }. more wear on one side of the tread -f extra mileage.Trademark .
handicapped until we, b start up, a weak battery is probably the

,, .... got them repaired. Hear the than the other, your wheel alignment is trouble. But it could be something else. : ", ;:

., same thing happened'to RubyDurrance > fault. Out-of-line wheels '
P in Maxville. Wonder Better check it. .

t why they can't make them of increase tire wear up to 50 percent.

leather, iron, or somethingthat 10. Oil-streaked t SI.d ewa lIs. Check the

will not fall apart? 3. Jiggly 1 front end. Shove down hard on sides of your tires you seldom see-the

Clay Hill Sunday School either bumper with jour foot. If ,the car sides facing in. Look for signs of leaking

had 67 present Sunday morn .
Rambler Ameraan 1' bobs and down for a long time before
Convertible up fluid the
ing. We visited with them fora on tire walls. Could be a leaking

while Sunday, after the coming to a rest, ask }your Shell dealer to
services brake cylinder, or f faulty oil seals the
Open-air best Smart, sparkling, } on 5 H E L L
v se er- wes price. full of verve and $C122 quite at a few Highland.who There were the check your shock absorbers. rear wheels. Both can be serious.
spirit and lively performance. 125 HP attended?
engine.With top standard 11
< ft costs less than any other U. S. convertible-even power those with manual Mmontfr per Homecoming services; including i"t I 4. Decrepit tail pipe. If your muffler( or Any trained Shell dealer knows
'"J\*- tops.Solidly No and wonder it's one of America's fastest-selling 6-cylinder convertibles, -Middleburg folks from, Maxville.Green Highland Cove-, tail pipe is rusted through in spots, it's a trouble signals besides these. Take advantage \\ \ I' I/
lastingly Rambler with rattle free
Single-Unit construction.
A1 M A t. W __ ._ -churches., and Long Branch: good idea to replace it. of his training.And one last tip: '\\ // "

; 5. "Bloated" radiator hoses. Inspect tall when you've in condition
got your car .
,, { 'Vacation Bible School startsat top "

i; "',.,.,.,,,a,,,.., ..-,,....; ...,. > Economy King. :AAmerica's .; -?. 'Clay Hill on Monday June lor SbeU'c UDi4'1 paG,De add1+T.CawiiiM cmmming TCP U conrat by U.8.error 2889212.: .-
lowest-priced t eat; f
1.,j 18 and will be taught'at night. ,
The 400" version with' stem _
., Ai
; dard transmission are welcome to attend.

: got Sorry to hear that Rev M.
: ,. miles per most$4034 .) T. Knight is having so' much: -

.,, Ion of trouble with his back for the ,. .
; \ a In '62 lli past two weeks. Hope he soon I .' '

Rambler American Deluxe poorSedan,\ Economy RuruRooffl \ recovers. The Homecoming I :, ., WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL THE GASOLINE THAT

sermon was preached. at CHIll u ,

,: f, by .John Wilkinson. : CONTAINS A MILEAGE BOOSTER .

for l'If l The Associational Sunday ;; _
a family
School meeting will be held .r''

r l'., 6 ad Car 9. at Highland Church on June '

; ,.. .' ,.,. "' Like an Ramblers,it has Deep 21, and there will be a fish Mann Shell, Service '. Rivers Shell Station '' '

N .\\ \ \ ;; Dip rustproofing ..Ceramfo. fry after services. Everyone is Cor.,Madison & Church Starke ? Graham /
welcome and feel
Armored muffler we sorethere .
,' ,. t, a.-y and raft.\ C1* I will be plenty there to : i A 1

E.a y pipe..Double.fl3j take care of the fish. '*-' Smith's Shell ServiceU. Stallings Truck f
Safety Brake Jfti : I We had 66 in Sunday Schoolat S. 301- Lawter- r ti ;
U. S. 301 Waldo
a S
Rambler System. ,
American Deluxe 4-Ooor Station Wa Highland last Sundaymorning. .1.'" 4 i
Our Junior Boys r
re 6 1 ffs.sugs Yoamhr'slednudpraxrAl paJIIeIts"'+ M I won the banner again witha *-.'I' 'Buck's Grocery .-o Prescott Service Station s t i 9

R' A'MBLER M don payneat, 36 .e. caa- grade of'95. Some of the U. S. 301 (North) Starke ,
1 tract rill dorsal urryiif : Middleburg"
dufjts.federal tun patd wwnt other. classes had better get ......;: '

M.'" .' Obviously: Better; Value "' include" ep&onal tqnpoaot.-, .j busy or these boys will put us ..t" '
= Bill Reddish Store : : .
suruct, total tats,it yDODD'S all in the shade. ; .Baker's Shell Station '

Our Training Union >is doing Heilbronn S P r'Y'; ) Lake Genera '" 1 _

some good: work now. Attendance '-: ; -' .

AUTO SALES, 529 S. Walnut St., Starke, Fla. is holding up well ;rt .!*?HarleY'1 Garage'F : Prevatt's Shell Station JOHN A. TORODE

.x.. and the grade in general is ,
.-., _.' "T '. improving. _\ a P..(East. ) Starke '. E. Brownlee St. Starke Distributor
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