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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 9, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Three-more lives were lost on emergency treatment in Starke, State Trooper A. S. Mauldin lided, almost head-on,: with:. a
U. 8. Highway 301 last Friday. and been camel: to the Florida said the accident occurred on a i southbound 'Thunderbird ditch
biingir& the ''total to 11 persons ) Medical Center in Gainesville.Surgeons ,' ciiive about three miles south of I by Williams, with Diggens 'and'
killed in traffic accidents in* massaged Diggens heart:: Starke when Mrs. McLendon,i i Dents as passengers. -'

Bradford County in less' than in an unsuccessful attempt to headed north, apparently lost I+i Mrs. McLendon' Chevrolet -was
four "'e ts. :save his life. control of her car on the wet a total loss and the Thunderbird

it P, : a tiLLrJi l.atet'victims were Mrs. Marie j, Also injured in the accident, highway' and, sideswiped an oncoming I was damaged to the.extent' of-. about -
Jones McLendon, 46 Jacksonville I but not fatally, were John Herbert :: car driven, by Jesse Ger- ; $1,250, : ; ". <*'

k school teacher; her 18-year-old I j Williams 3:>. of Kenmore,, aid Summer, 35, of Gainesville. The teacher was scheduledtorecive
11! son. Robert Floyd McLendon Jr.; I I N. Y. who received an injured 'Summer took to the ditch and her master's degree at.-th, &

:!c and Joseph- Diggens, 64, of Lack- leg; and Robert- N. Dents 50, of I escaped with minor injuries and University of Florida commencement -
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q a awana JT.. Y. !: Cheektowaga, N. Y head and' slight damage to his car. Monday. At the time of'the' .
All died after they had received j chest injuries Mrs. McLendon's car then, col- t [Continued On Pate 6] : .
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FHP Sends Wolf 'Pack' Here '; BHS Auditorium Starts found beside SR 18 in front of Manslaughter !

. ;: ,Dedication County his home last ,Friday June 3, I 1 i The' Bradford County ,Court::

with a bullet wound 'in his head, Harry Armstrong 'Anthony, 71- Board EyesAssistant (house, .it seems, is beginning to
Set For June 17 Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish re. Istrain at the seams. ,
In Effort To Break 301 Jk I year-old Starke surveyor, was I II
II NegotiationsForBoat ported. I convicted of manslaughter in I I Because of the increased population -
Bradford High School's 'new Ernest 'lee, Lester: was' found Duval County Circuit Court .last i! of the county, which means'

State Trooper A. S. Mauldin collided with a 10-ton grader i auditorium) will be dedicated in a with a ballet hole just behind his I week on charges stemming from For (carrying on a greater amount of
61 used in construction work. The ac- ceremony on June 17 at 8 p. m. RampsThe ear lobe and with .a .32 calibre the death of a Negro pulpwood County AgentThe j business and keeping many' more
John Bembry
(left) and Sgt. cident occured in Lawtey less State Superintendent ,of Education revolver in ,his possession Lester worker last Oct. 28 near BaldI ;records than when the present
Ocala cast ,a grim look at 11 than a mile from .where Griffis Thomas. D. Bailey will speak. claims to ,have blacked out and I I County Commission, at its I I'courthousg.wasbuilt around 1920;

white, crosses" representing 11 lives, Was killed. Also present will be the archi- Bradford County Commission cannot remember ,being shot, win.Judge William T. Harvey de-!regular meeting Monday agreedto space is fast becoming -thin
that have 'been lost on'Bradford Three persons were killed in the tects of the, building, from the has started to make good Reddish,said, ferred' sentencepending disposi-! '"do everything possible" to for which the occupants of the'
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County highways in less than four early hours of May 28 when a firm.of Moore and May of Gain- its promise to have a boat rampon The deputy said Roy Wiggins, tion: on June 21 of a defense motion -| place enough funds in next! year's i courthouse- ''scrambling: *

weeks. Supporting the crosses is station wagon collided head-on esville and the building contractor every lake In the county. 20, of Brooker found the 'wounded for a new trial. The maxi-l f budget to acquire an assistant j The most pressing problem at"j

the smashed front end of the 1959 with tractor-trailer a mile northof $ from Parker Construction Co. According to Circuit Court Clerk mari about 5:10: p. m. Wiggins! mum sentence that could be levied I county agent. I j the moment seems to be the expansion *

Chevrolet which figurigQ rri a headon Lawtey. The 22-year-old driver, of' Jacksonville.The Charles Darby the county Is noW said Lester was sitting .beside the!would be, 20 years. : The pledge was given after a of the-county Judge's1 oF"'fice.
Bradford ,High School in the last stages of negotiationsto road in front of his .own house '
his infant and charged with culp-i Commlssion.-a-
collision that .took anoth'ertoUof daughter young A.nthony was delegation headed by Foster Shi The County
married sister died when he- Band will also perform. acquire access for its citizensto about three quarters of a mile able negligence and manslaughter i afcdcfinil
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three'livos on U. S. 301 last Fri apparently I I Smith, pointed out the need for greed Monday try
day, went t.o. sleep and his Samson Lake. The county Is east of Brooker. According to while intoxicated in the car-truck an assistant to build the county's[additional spa e-fOr County Judge

Alarmed at the mounting death, car swerved into the path, of the attempting '''to obtain from Container Wiggins, 'Lester' was dabbing atth'e collision that claimed the life oil 4-H program. Smith said County |T. A. Yawn. Jr., possiblythrough
rate: here, ,the Florida Highway, oncoming truck.In City Accepts ''Corporation a 99 year blood with a handkerchief, Elmore Asberry, 39, of Jackson-1' Agent George Huggins is unableto ;an agreement with the school'
easement to 2.4 acres of- land sobbing and asked to be takento '
on truck.
Patrol assigned an extra crew to the only death to. occurr off viDe a passenger In the devote the necessary time to j board. on.i .
help police U. S. 301.. where construction -, 301, a Lawtey Negro was.struck. Cypress Run which leads into the the hospital in Lake Butler. Although witnesses, testified:the 4-H program.It i! Two suggestions were made
work north of Stark from behind and killed on May i Asphalt Bid north side 'of the lake. The'QUn.* lister was admitted to King that Anthony had swerved off the\ was also stressed that while jby i which' to expand the county
will also
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has been an additional haiard on 29 when he apparently staggeredout access to a tfmd Memorial Hospital In Lake Butler highway onto shoulder several Bradford is one to the top agricultural "Judge's office. The ,first was;; leading to the site from
the ;substandard road that carries; into the car's path on SR 225 *Contairir. where a bullet was removed from times before veering into the pathof I t counties in the state, its"'move him upstairs tdthe; pregs)
more than' 6,000 motor vehicles east of Lawtey.The The City Council Wednesday thatl'e his head on Tuesday. June 7, by the truck and acted intoxicated i 14-H program is not up to standards -..1 courtroom. Circuit Cleric ,Charfes

dally. climax;' to, the fatal series. morning accepted a low bid of 7e Game Clerk and Darby Fresh stated Water Fish Doctor George P. Bolles. after the accident the' six-man I I; set by other counties. I Darby' says the courtroom is'%&'

During the past "weekend of in- came on June 3 when three more cents per square yard from'' the Commission will build the rajap. The Sheriff's Department is jury acquitted hint; of the man-:,II i An assistant county agent;largest I in North Florida '8&Hi

tensive operations here, the FlIP's lives were claimed oy a head-on Starke Asphalt Paving 'Companyto and the county is negotiating I having- a ballistics check madeon slaughter-while-intoxicated charge.I would cost the county $4,000 with L i could easily ,be. cut. in half arjl.

so-called "Wolf Pack.; led by Lt. collision south of Starke on U.s. top and pave. two miles "of -city with the commission to dig and the, bullet to see if it came During' the trial, Constable. I the state 'and federal government;,still have plenty of seating 'a1ace..
Henry Randall of Palatka steppedup soi;, streets. from ,the gun Lester had In his Emory Roberts of Baldwin said. !contributing another $2,200,\However, this plan was cuscardo )
straighten the canal for $400. "
,, :the number of arrests and/ Officials are .quick to point out The company Is headed by The county has also obtainedland possession. that Anthony was drunk and used t[Smith said |because. the,commission" said, .$}
that all of the accidents may be foul language 'after the 1j.Sh. I would be difficult for elderlyYpei'sot -
warnings, by .ai much as two or John' Torode and Lavon Andrews ,,1 I
Gene ala
on LIttle' Santa Fe Lake for j Tax Assessor Long .
three 'times the Around, attributed '.to some fault of 'the 'Tof>d stated at Jaye s Install! Quinton. Daugh.ty! .f IJ. !I 'tft-climb)be-'staSrii to seeH&f t
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lIw4Vj--! "' .rlln 2'foMmiInii' ; tm tthfg '!ii'b4ttaYt'that County Salesman;' 'aid heVas. | &* : : : > rS*
}O.atests.'pl+ts 9 'a, tgtIcket; c : % .the right=g'way'to: the;'site. The:de= New"Officers : .' < ," | > *$ ;
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mnd 15 "cofrectioA 'ards were 'issued driving, drivingtoo' long without company' Isready to begin "work sired, right-of-way is owned by < 0. : riding in a westbound'car,,behind Thesecond suggestion 'is rfo, :
test or sleep .'and improper Anthony's car,.which he said kick New Lions Officers i txI
in the two-day period.At pass next Monday. Torode estimated Rayonier Corp. Banquet. move'the offices qf the. ,eo1nsuperintendent
the request of tneFHP, the ing. -i that the j b' would take between Access'to Hampton Lake is also ed up clouds of dust each of Take Over TonightNew I of schools, to "the
State Road, Department has placed State Trooper Carlos ,MHSgrove two.' at;>.d' 'four weeks. beIng sought The Starke ,Jaycees celebrated several times' it left the high- ;JU. S.. O. building located direcfly

35 mph signs along the highway credits this last-improper. passing -. The,city has already put down the: installation of new officers .way and ran onto the dirt'shoulder -i ) officers of the Starke I across .from the high jschool 5114|
from Starke to Lawtey; where -with being! the contributing! the lime rock--so all the paving with a dinner and dance at the He said the crash came about;Lions Club will be installed at a,I to expand the Judge's quarterto;

construction hazards are at their, factor in most highway accidents.. company has.to,do, I.s to put Union County Starke. Woman's Club last Satur- dusk on a straight stretch of t:ladies night banquet to be held> include that, space,in 'the court, ?
wont. 'Law enforcement officers County Judge T. A" Yawn' feelS, down the asphalt to top the day;night. road when Anthony swerved back I in the Den tonight [Thursday.] house. The offices of the Judge
blame excessive speed more thanany' that Florida's' 63 iaph'speed limit: street. E.:,T. (Red)-Thompson of Ocala, on 'the pavement after running starting at 7:30: o'clock. and. county superintendent

other ',one factor for the: is an'-open invitation to"'death on ,I Plans for a new sub-division, Liquor Sales vice-president of the second district onto the shoulder. II The new District Governor- adjacent, to each other.

alarming number of deaths. the highwaysespecially; on :substandard -"called La Floresta, were accepted installed the new officers Asberry. was thrown from, the. elect Francis Jack of Jacksonville If this space could' be obtained,"

The awsome series of' fatalities!!I roads sucn as some por-, by the council, as presented bj New officers are: Ray Goldwire truck cab and crushed by the load I will be a special guest and the commissioners agreed. began on May ''7 when Arthur D,, tions, of 301. "If you tell peopleI ,i County Surveyor M; G. McMillan Are Halted president;;, Carl lamar: Johns, of pulpwood when the vehicle!I will install the following officers: could -converted' Into a small
Griffis, 37, of Lawtey, was. killeda I they can go' 65, they will go 70," The proposed new sub-division is vice president: George Canova turned on its side after the Im: N. L. Woodburn,president; Victor, courtroom arid waiting .room for

short distance south of Lawte,P. the judge says. Therefore he feel 1 located on east Call St. on the Union County liquor sales have sec.-treas.; and Jerome Johns, im-I pact.Daughtry :Lazich. vice president; and Bobby the, judge. There would, also, be

when the car 'in which: he' was s it would be better to lower the ,old drive-in theatre property,, oeen ordered halted as the result mediate past president and a said that Anthony White, secretary-treasurer. I space for a meeting room for' the .

passenger tried to pass a' truck,I speed limit as a possible prevent owned by John Kopdouses and I of a final court decision declaring member of the executive council. [Continued On Pace Six] t commission which nowconvenes"hi '
went out' of control spun around". lye measure. He also thinks that t:'I Ben Suslow. the circuit courtroom.' .
the dry 'faction winner of a much
and flipped over skidding 15 courts generally are too lenient; McMillan also stated that hi i contested 1958 wet-dry referen- The 'commission, let/ next July
feet., Three sailors were kill ed I with traffic offenses, and should I\arid City Attorney Arch Thomas., .urn. 5'' for a joint meeting with the ,
on May 17 when theirspeeding start cracking down on careless I Jr. discuss the possibility ,
r are working on a solution to<; The decision went all the way school] board to
sedan shot past a detour sign, and speeding drivers with stlffei r the Pratt St. controversy. Henrj', to District Court of Appeals. ,Cir- ) of moving the_superintend!
smashed through barricade. anc I penalties. Griffis, a resident 'of that street, cult Court Clerk Robert; Driggers ent's offices to the .U. S. O. building r .

claims he owns part of it. Actually Wednesday received a mandate I : The building constructed vby '

the city has used the stree t upholding the lower court in favor !the government durinf! World; ,,,
Third Of Seniors To Enter College; j for many years. of) the drys. War II, was purchased by thB.

City Clerk Merrill Edwards a rid I Ralph Pickles, State BeverageS school board after deactivation', \

I Gas Utility Supt Oscar Davi: Department district, supervisor in ,of Camp Blanding.Superintendent .
Others, Turn To Business Marriage brought to the attention of thijcouncil e JacksOnville said Wednesday he H. PMorgarf
I that gas heaters, espe would move, in with' his agents '. 1< i said Tuesday morning thatbfr'had 't

!dally water and apace heaterS, soon after he receives the mandate "r m S+- .. t7y not been ,consulted by the
Orte-thiM of/the 116 Seniors'' Commencement speeches wer which do not have sufficient t to halt liquor and wine sales i commission about the prop
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'who graduated from'Bradford}made ,by William Henry Grahar 1 11 i t vents are dangerous fire hazards. The dry spell may be short : x_ (move. He also stated, that .he'coo. *..

High School last Friday night] III, valedictorian; John' Dodd I j Council! agreed 'to install vents a t Jived, however, since a move Is I not think the solution is91e:

will ,Attend college. Others will I salutatorian; and three othe r'a nominal fee if, residents wil' I underway in Union for another il-4 lone because an expensive con;"i,

I enter business,' college; nursing members of the class. Mar;y pay for the material Many rest,- liquor referendum in a few, weeks, x crete al d'stee reinforced v tdr
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schools, and the 'armed orces. I Katherine Wainwright ilargare t dents Davis said, do not hav e This move was apparently would have to be constructed
Only 26 members- of the class listed .Ann'Dinkins and Harold Tyus. vented heaters at present.- brought about in 'fear that the: Keystone Egg Plant Building Rushed {the .U. S. O. buildlna to whfch t1 -

their, future, as, undecided.The j Future Plans Council also 'approves _a $70 7 court would rule in favor of thee i j store reoirds. ', '. J.j

coveted diplomas were rer The University of Florida lead.s increase in their share .of th drys. Proceeding on schedule is this I, Containing: 9,000; square feet of! being prepared for sale. i Both Morgan and Circuit Couri--

celved in traditional' commencement = in popularity among ,those plai' workers compensation insur- A: petition has been presented t steel and concrete structure on floor space, the building will have; Ray Starnes of Keyston s i Clerk Charles Darby stressed;;toe
; exercises held in the "new ning' college careers. with the f 6 J 1 t- ance. The increase vis-caused b:r to the supervisor of registration. Highway 100 at Keystone Heights a cold storage room 20 by 96 feet,I Heights, president of the coopers-I i&paCe problem of all, occupaitsbelof
r BHS.|auditoriuDwthV first,time It lowing setting their goal as Gain 1a 10 per cent rise In over-all rate Mrs. Beatrice Courson by Attorney which will be the new processing and will provide space for more' five states that 30 people will the courthouse. Both stated

has been med :foi tals 'parpose. .Tille: BiU Bessent Kathleen Con land by an increase! In rates be- Mack Futch bearing thE plant of Keystone Egg _Coopera- than 100,000 dozen packaged eggs.j employed in operation of plan It 'that what.Is natty needed;, is._ .at

Another "first'> was .established way,. Lariy Elder Virginia Erwii, cause og "experience'modifies names of 579 qualified electors, five largest egg cooperative in''f All eggs will move'on' a conveyor e!, in addition to the 75 already etr 1- new courthouse. 'However both

in that the ltG"graduates'repre-' Judy Lesawyer, Lynn-Perint, Bel;- tion." which means that city.em.'s This was well in excess of on: Florida. I system through. _the_plant_while j ployed! on egg farms In the areiPresbyterians L also said! this funds for 'such v s
vented the largest"Senior class inBHS' ty Jean Schmitt,. Doug Seyraou r, ployees collected claims again fourth or 440 voters required bye ; --u project are not ,ava Iibl They,
'history. '-.I" ".." .. Steve Simmons, Martha WeldoIand i, the insurance company becaus state law to secure a liquor refer: SLOW PITCHSOFTBALL I Homemaking ClassesTo made the alternative, auggestioa
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!>:} .,.1 of"accidents' suffered 'On' the jot I: f ;
Harold Tyus. endum. Fetch was representing I eventually the sides, of thecourthouse
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;; Other colleges and universitielisted Last year the"city gqt a urn three Union liquor dealers. S. P, StartMonday ( would have to be ex-

Summer '. were: per cent "premium discount" because Rucker. Francis Laffn and Erne i 75th Anniversary I tended out to the sidewalk.e <
Pine Level Baptist knocked The Homemakic-
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Florida State University, Tallihaaseer a- employees est Beasley. I! ire ptcI
First .Presbyterian from the un- Classes will begin Monday, Jur i This, they said would
on the Job. The tit '
Recreation Margaret Ann D' accidents y The county commission Is n- The First Presbyterian Church| I amont.of e atee
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beaten ranks' in the Church} 13, according to announcement t b yiincrease
:jjs. :;.' Suzanne -LaMee, Brenda Lewi 50 had to pay premiums totaling set th. +
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state law to
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: League Monday night by a score will celebrate the 75th Anniversary -,Mrs. L. H. Gibson, instructo available i to'aU the of fice* ,
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Prqgram Spanky :McLendon Linda Ka,y 4920.75 this year date for the coming refereed ...".
t of 40., of its founding on Sunday\Beginners must have completethe :di.courthOuse, + 5e
Sale and Mary Katherine) Wai Continued On Pare Six] within 60 days after the petitio:]tl .
( First. Christian lost to both June 12. Rev. Wm. S, McAliley! 8th grade, and advanced air I-I, .. ., .
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WrightContinued was presented First Presbyterian,and First Bap- dents must have completed ox .
: of Dothan, Ala. former ministerof i
.. On P..e.Six] of resigstration. a And ,Corn
At' ... ". ,- : Junior LegionBaseball: tist in other games played last year of Homemaking. Pepper ;,El
Pickles said there are six whiskey the church, win'be guest
whic !eek. I Tentative schedule is as fo Will Be. Ready, .
the county .
PRATT'.STREET Koch Drug .Store, Team licenses In Sch uil4. for this week: preacher at the morning worship I lows: I '
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the mandat g I
affected by MarketSoon'
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Presbyterian win
Sold To White Friday. June ,10: Beginning Food Classes
; and two or dree beer establish .
PLAYGROUND ITo :;, vs. First Christian. 6:00. A covered dish dinner will be I meet every morning from 8:30 I to "
Simmons To, MiamiKoch's i Meet Monday pleats: which ,also:sen wine. Bee_ Monday. June 13; Pine Level],, served at 'noon by the ladies of I 10. J. R. Wainwright, manager i a$
'cases also wi
latter
sales in the wee vs. First Christian, 6:00. the church after which a' brief I Beginning ClothingT Class w m the Starke State Farmers" Market
This.Space Contributed Drug Store, 161 ea st f A Junior ton baseball tea:m be Interrupted for perhaps adjusted a \t tit k anniversary program win be held. 'meet from 10:15: to 11:30. reported Wednesday that Pepper
while the licenses are '
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Weekly to Publicize Call Street, has been sold to'Ol:in composed' of boys 13 through !]l5 include only beer, he said. Unclaimed l BicyclesChief It is believed that the Presbyterian Students are urged to attei 111' and sweet corn will be "ready" '
W. White Jr. The sale, took phi 1 c, years of age win meet Monday i I Church erected in 1836, 'both classes. market m. a few days. A. ;
Community Events"by, June 1.White. + ,5:30: P. mT; on' the' high_ li' scho oiAdult'Tennis of Police Riley Sweat announces *, is the oldest church building in The advanced clothing c lass. Buyers who' :wiUfc at tiroTugs

THE COMMUNITY he' plans, to ma)kethe l baseball diamond., that, the city has picked I Bradford County; A "relic room" i 1 grades 9-12. will meet on Starke markt are $ent.rTI1S .Produce

no' changes in, the,store or in The team entered in a feagi z For Beginners, up two bicycles which are believed -. will be open to display church I!day and Thursday afternoo: Company from Ponrpaiio "Bead
personnel, .' ..- with Keystone Heights Melros to have been stolerL These records old books and pulpit I from 2 to 3:30. and L. R,Morris from Columbia. ,

;STATE BANK I The former owner" Steve Sir i- Hawthorne and Waldo. The Recreation Department ai- bicycles may be claimed by thebeginners it Bibles, old photographs) antique I I A, $1 fee will be collected f orSC. ;, "_ ..... 1' .' ....i..

OF STARKE mons, has movedto Miami. The The first game U scheduled f or nounced that an adult : i rightful owner by contacting thi furniture, and many other items I the Food Classes Waiirwright'said the reaoooe.1\: !*

Simmons residence, has been sold 1 may .June lit; a*,"4 p. m. i I I- tennis class will meet OB the tel 1- police,department' and identifying. f: of interest pertaining to the II t I i Regular attendance la urge do the csoanQr is small' bUt' 'thelook -crop- "

to R. E. Williams. Sr. of Stark:e.. gainst Waldo. nis courts Tuesday night at'7:3: 0. them. church's past. I Ii i but not required. good; \ Ret. .

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.. ..,y. _M'-. ,_. .--, _L.M'M__ -- ? j from:Drake University where he I Sphnfl. Series. r; AereA 1&tta Ju 1$-..f tk.Bo tr. Qf Ptjslte Instrvef f!
1'1"1'IltV'; received his BS degree. While C nitre partieBUrly described Of to [ties of Pntoarn County, Florida, i% I
b affected In any way thereby. the denomination of |1.'Ot ;
there ,they attended the gradua.I ar* hereby required to appear before -; dated June | ltS9 bearing. tpter.i:
1 tion of'Dr. Carl Roberts, Jr from the Circuit Court ot Leon tgt a rate or rates not te e4lA r
Ctiupty, Florida,. la th* Second Judi: for per ent.1n per a44YD1 piytaole ;
J the College of Osteopathic Medicine -t L G L cis4 Circuit pf Mid State"at the I enti-.nnus41y oa Jas. i JR..
i and Surgery in Des Moines. Coart Houe in Tallahassee, Florida December I tJ each "fIN' ifll pea,
I on. the 27th day of Jane USfl. turing penalty to |Anna lssJalt: ,
returned home Wednesdaywith
They _t )| e'eiocA a. m. and show cause t menu en Jan 1 ot each Gtf t!}
Mr. and Mrs. Strickland, Jr.t vjhy the prayrrp of the petition f)gars Itn to mi, bqth i tnogqlva .
Ut4 in the at><>r. yreceediog should more compete 4 scrietl. o
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and children who will be here for a '. # 5 '
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Slot granted and flU.tOa said
bonds being contained IB l.b
'. L the summer. Mr. Strickland Jr; JI J dtte Sekcl Bo***, Series P, thefedescribed : petition herds P4 exhibit It..
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I will enter the College of Osteopathic c ,i.B gid the procsedijiga tabbed theme; ted t tIt
aetrtafere had aulharUiar tt*, iasgaae. -
and Mrs. Glen Stanley and: Mrs. Jack Parker and daughter '!'' Medicine and Surgery in' i tke.*af. vaJUated. and eoa- Is _Further Ordered, thitj t132

son, Mike of Jacksonville spent Pam were weekend guests of :;the. fall. 1 1Kinpel i. J.hTMd. RB14 *State Sciiool Bonds j Order be ubHhad gnes ."flh_ week
with their 1VS$thE: of the following Issues i f-r three npecutire weeks .ji p |
in'
the weekend parents Mrs. W. B, Evley: Jackson Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Danshy and rt f.ade. ft"11rtpaper published in nett of the

:Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby, ville. Pam danced in the Normandy son of Perry were. visiting Mr. 9 $ te S\AIol Bonds, Set)125,08 "'otlnti" of Leon, BradfordcNrnam.
Miss Anna Ruth Crosby and dance recital Saturday Sun. '.. fj ,-.. ha )geed for and oa be- Florida, the first Ritz
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby on G : 1I
Jacksonville I _t 4 hilt of the Board of Public Instraciiuu ration la ea .A of said newaD4pe! "
of -
Miss Gloria 'Yil ersol\ evening. of },.,dfil'tI County, Florida, to be not less than Ighiteo.! (t.|j
attended .the BHS graduationlast I :!rlr, and Mrs. J, F, Robb and! day.Mr.: and Mrs. Rex Dansby of : ;in the denczalnatioa of 1,000 each days prior to the data h.reinabgyqset ?
for the hearing, In form. UroM
dated March I, 1160. bearing interest -
children of ,
Friday night San Antonio. Texas
I i I Adele Ga. several I and Chanted
are spending I at a rate or rates not exceedingfour manner as required by
Mrs. O. S. Dixon of ;Nashville? ere spending this week with Mr.,.I days with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. I I per omtum per annum payable i 7J, }Florida Statute, as alpew4t fI
Tenn. was visiting her soninlawand and Mrs. Prescott Gill and family. wmi-anoually on arch 1 and I Done And Ordereq. at Tallahassee.j l
j I Dansby. September: I of each year and maturing I Florida.this 18th day of Uay. }|$<1I
daughter, Mr: and Mrs. Don They are here for the wedding of j When yon care enough to send aerially in annual inatall- j i. Si W. May Walkw

Ba _weJi.last) .week. She, toograndhUdren. her; their daughter; Linda tq Byrpn| the very best-Hi Greet i\i "'f lJ Commencement Held rears gloms 1SS2 on March to 1981.1 both of each inclusive)of the; Judge of the Circuit, Coun of thfSecond }
Judicial Circuit Fiorito
/ Donnw and Fay Newcomb which will be an event I' of
,
Cards Balinton'i, .% O.OOO State School Bonds Series in and for Lon County
Bagwell+ home with, her for the ef S .ndayaftel'1\oon at 4 o'clock :Mr. and Mrs. Welby QJ'ifft1pf! (dune' cgnler4 gxer eg for 1st row; David Turney, Rhonda I 3rd row: Jimmie Jo Andrews, I e, to be issued for and on be- 11) U .,t.

summer. in the First Methodist Church Manchester, Ga. and.r, d M r.s. '4am l fiesr{ Icip4ergajwerejeld I Stokes! Mark Patray, Pavid! CJndy Noegel, Dennis. Rhoden,,
Jan :Mundorff. who. graduated Sa> upy Warren, son of Mr and Wainwright Bagabi SchuJt, Doug .. .
Grady Cook and daughter Ann. at 3, p.in. 1iD2tr; 1.11{ fJ.! JleenJane} Long, Greg Gay, Tom
Sunday from Ofle borpe College Mri. W T- Gil} feJJ} from! a tele- and Mrs. Byron Handley and fmb Beverly Stfunk. I
will remain in Atlanta this sum- phone pole Monday while at work in the First Methodist' Church. my OBflaw: ) patty Noegel4fter
2nd
daughter. Lisa, of Waycross, Ga. row: Mike Mite 1 George: DEALERS FORCOLEMAN
mer working the campus. and,confined in Bradford Coun- at this the. program, a reception
are guests this week of MrS./Clyde "Diplomas" were 'presented Barton pfcfc Torode, Wylen} Burr

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker of ..ty Hospital for X-ray and treat- Sinclair at the 'Slade.guest cottageon time by Sen. Charley E. Johnsto dette, Carol. Richards. Janine Day, was.held. for the kijidergarten) I'
Cocoa brought her mother, Mrs.L. ment.
the following: Colleen Nichols, members and their parent
i S. Hutto home over the "week : Dr, and Mrs. C. J, Houpt spent Mr.Kingsley and Mrs.Lake.Bill Graham and -- C -,' ,- ._ _. 4 .

I end after a week's visit. the weekend ,in Des Moines, Iowa Mrs. Ruby Johns is convalescing Marvjn. Bro! wll returned, l3 quT i
to the Alvarez
family are moving I .
Mrs. R. B. Chapman and.Mrs. attending the graduation of their at home after surgery in St.Vincent's day from Murray State College I. The Clreiit ('.at er The ieeeadJndeiiI
cottage on Kingsley Lake this fkclflt, | For
Lsei
r R. W. Johnson visited :Mrs.: C. G. son-in-law V. W. Strickland Jr. week for the summer. Hospital last week. Ky.Attending fealty! stand*n' toad

O'Neill in the Florida East Coast I Sinter sewmr Machine Needlesat Mrs Lu Green Bishop is home Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Moore and I Camp QiJead m| PolJf XO, ;Te13

Hospital in St. Augustine, and also Denmark Fumltor Co. tf from Brenau College, Gainesville,' family of Lancaster, Calif were 'City tju>. week! are Qweij J wjs PRO.PH. TQ "QW 4.Veg '

visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. :Mrs. Stella Layfield and Mrs.. overnight guests Tuesday Mr. Linda Strickland, ?MarOy-BQUiQ:, S.'tll'1loilr4 Qf Education; \ 01
Ga. for the summer.
Plopida) : a body corporate under AIR CONDITIONING
Bryant there on Memorial Day. B. ger, Glerida Wade Tommy Lyons :
and Mrs.l! Jordan.
Alma Lewis of Fort White, andGene I\ Dudley Hardy returned home sections :5: and 18 of Article XII of i j
R.
:Mrs. R. Hatchings under- Miss .' Lavern Sowers 'and Barbara the Constitution of the State of
Lou
Betty Wainwright returned
went surgery In Bradford County Layfield of St. Augustine e last Thursday from South Georgia Johnson. Phyllis Haddock is employed Florida .

,: Hospital last Saturday. were. Monday visitors of Mr. and I College for the summer. He Wednesday after an emerg.ency at Camp Gilead this sum- va Petitioner

Mr. and Mrs: J. G. 'Caldwell had Mrs. W. F. Herlong. made the Dean's list the last appendectomy at Bradford. The State of Florida at aL, OIL OR GAS
County Hospital last Thursday.Mrs. .
mer.Mrs. '
: as Sunday guests, :Mrs. A. G. Russell Crosby Is home fro m;I semester. Sarah Underwood and RfgDor.dents.To \
: F. W. Strickland and children I The State. Of Florida And The
3, Tongue Jr. and son Mack Yongue Barry College, Mount Barry, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews are visiting her parents Mr. daughter: Mrs. Bobby Mirth, 'of Several Property Owners. Taxpay ,
and his! two sons, Henry and visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend at the beaches Allentown Pa. are spending, a I eras Citizen ?,end, Others Having Or
and Mrs. W. in Jackson-
H. Moyer
Claiming Any Right, Title Or Internet
Robert, Mrs. Emery Dean, Mr. and Floyd Crosby. He spent the week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil ville on Thursday and Friday. month with Mrs. Ann' Underwood In The Property To Be Af--
:Mrs. Maurice Mack and daughter end visiting Miss Judy Roth i ii 1 Mathews and Mr. and Mrs., Lowell Bissell and Mrs. Jack Benson. 'feied By The Issuance By The) Several Good Used
Mr. and :MTS..N. D Wainwrightof State
Board Of Education Of Florida. '
-
Linda, of Fairfield. St. Peterahuiar. Mathews. Oren Welch of Dade City spent ,
Hollywood and Mrs. D. T. Clark A Body Corporate Of The State
the weekend with his daughter, Of Florida, Pursuant To Sections 3
of :Miami weekend of
I were guests and 18 Of Article XII Of The Conutiiution -
'
Mrs. M. L. Lawson, and family
Mr. and MM. J. R. Wainwright Of Florida, Of $625.000 WASHING MACHINESWRINGER
and family. S4r Del| Lawson t is spendingthis.week State School Bonds; Series B, Issued -
.. with her bfPther. -la'{ For And On Behalf Of The
The Bradford F.oardtf Of Public Instruction Of
Replace your old sewing q>a-
and sister. .
aJ1d.l-4'50 Guy
Mr. iradford County And Putnam Coun. TYPES :
chine belt with a newt Sinter .e1tfrom' Dye in'preep Cove: Springs.. I nam Cpunty, Florida Hereinafter
:] Particularly Or To AND AUTOMATICS
Denmark Furniture Cfe. M Mrs. H. G. Bellinger and fore Described $5'0
Be Affected In Any War'Thereby}
Philip D. Goldhagen will leav? daughters,. Mary and Martha I Thp State of Florida: through tne
the .faculty ,..of Bradford High were in Hattiesburg, Miss from State Attorney! of the Second Judicial '- FROM
UPGAY'S
Circuit in'and for Leon County,
School- to take' a, position on ''the Thursday to Sunday! visiting. Mrs.Bollingej's i Florida! the Seventh Judicial Cir-

staff to Dade County Junior College mother, Mrs. J, 0. i, ('ui in and for Putnam Judicialt'irpuit County f' -:. '. -'- '
County Telegraphinvites in the fall He win{, enroll at Florida, and the Eighth
Winters, wh9 Was confined? in j in and for Bradford County,
the University: of Florida! this the hospital. Florida: and the. several property

summer' for a refresher: ,course in Mr.; and Mrs, H. Q. Davis Jr. II others owners, having taxpayers or, claiming citizens and'any HOME APPLIANCES
the
logic; course he' will teach in and, family 'of Gainesvillt are right title' or interest in property
+ junior college. j to be affected by the issuance by.
spending' tile summer in A lapta, the State Board of Education ef PKQNE WO 4-7511
Mr. and' Mrs. A. C. Boone of Ga. w1gre' Mf, Davis |is. working I Florida, a body corporate of theState .
Adel Ga. visited! the J, L.'Coles on the Atlanta Constitution.Mrs. qf Florida) under Sections 3 .
and. It of Article XII of the Con 355 N. Temple Are. SUirke Fla
[
over the w kena. W. H. North aid Mrs!!, L#. ,F tltpUPI\ pf Florida of f$25,060-,-'State.
Mr and Mrs E.. L. Matthews cile Dayis :were visiting. friends .
and daughters,'.Mary Agnes,-Anne, j i : -1J: : _"- r"y
fn;Qaines\'U1e on Sunday, ; -. .-_ = :
you to. see and Betsy willle .veFtiday to attend -: ::- Mr;...4iiidV.: (.-'R.! Morse of i

; Finals at the Virginia :Military '. ...
foroe.fStarke ,, ..
MortaliS1td ""t'
| y-m.. ..."l '4M+ >tt. .
"MEE&GR"r Institute in Lexington, Va. resident- }}ave gan .. .their summer :- ......p''.:,'"}'f -JI'- ;. -' ':,'.3L .,t. '. '

the ali new They will visit other'places "of'in. 'hpne a .aIJ.cYtq, ,;Va, I '. 5.'M s ATf

terest in 'Virginia and the Carolinas '.Extra >sobbina.sa'e! <<:')fare-Stock.i : i
f[ .
before returning hprne.Mr. Den'mark .f .," ., .
u.. p4; }tbSiaev Bapblils'M -
:- *; .' and Airs, J.: 'L.Cote"andson : Furpltor*,Co r., "' MGary'E4wafd it, 1 :,Ut. ENMiRKFURNITURE

Burroughs Gary will leave. 'Friday for Hiidebfan\. son of f
.
'
Toledo, Ohio to. visit their,df ngb- Mr. and 'Mrs..J.E." HtldeJiianofStarke

i ter, Mrs. James Dreier, and family.Ma' if one- of '194' students, I .. for ris ay1.. )
TEN.KEY: and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli whq graduated' from Mars Hill : -itf "'''

and Mr and Mrs Lester Humph tN.. C.] College last week. He received :. 'at\ler.fcJ.iI + c COMPANY
ALPUIE t1US :\
, ries visited Mr. and Mra. Lowell a commercial certificate +M ; # I

Mathews at Neptune Beach, on for the. completion of an accelerated .
l .
ELECTRIC Sunday. one-year business course at '" '
'
Mrs. Dolph Reddish 'and child- the Baptist junior college.

ren spent, the. weekend with ,her Gene Shaw ot Macon" Ga. was'I (G.:1.y.EDAD\ : : A RECLINING I CHAIR I i

:parents Chief, and Mrs. D. W. visiting his mother! Mrs. Frailer:
ADDING Carpenter on. Santa :Fe Lake. Shaw; last week.! LaMar Shaw is i ii

:!Mrs. ate Sheppard. is in home for the summer from the I i
You Will Find The
Denmark's
Winter Garden for a':week visiting University,\ of Georgia) and Miss. AT
Mrs. R. P. Wright. Pat Beecher of Lyons, Ga.. was. -.t.
f: MACHINE their weekend guest.' i '
.
Pnrehas any Dodtl .f Singer I t''i : Famous Strat-OLoupger
Sewing Machln at ,Denmark :Miss Jean Mnndy. is teaching.. S .
'I'll cam craft at Camp O'Swanee '
camp
SEA MIST \ Furniture r.". tf :

Here's the latest for the modem offica Larry Cheshire' of Pompano near" Mr.Branford-and Mrs.for K: T.eight;Duncan-weks.ands I 1-:. S', .,,--_.. ,:; Bar aloun. er and Kroehler: :

Beach is, visiting Mr. and t M t. ,
./the Dght compact all-electric X. M. Smit for .several d9-L n.! Jim,' of West Point, Ga. spentSunday !! !t' 7'" "; .'"'t-.1'4.".:':;+t.\,.

:Mr and, Mrs. 3(.- M.UXairik.:{ to Wednesday! with Mr. p;. ft"tr9t'_' frt: ;, '

Burroughs Ten Key with new Baknc8Toac&! Jacksonville\ and Mjs. A, W. Ltodr! ajid, Mrs.'the K.graduation G. Duncan of and Miss attended ;.;,*,,:,i'.. ,..',, ,:t-k /It;";;. -.::- .....' RECLINING CHAIRS, I
.J. "" .
I9 striking CDfon- gren and daughter, of Miami were '. 't.'ii- -
.u0l.-, <
Wednesday visitor* of Mr.- and Margaret: Rost! Duncan from U. of -....,.. T"\ '' '''': ..f.J.t:. ,, I .
Mrs M. B. Jordan. F Monday morning. 1 '

SEE THEM TODAY I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez w rein ,, __ ___.. __ .. _.1 1 I .
:3ertlBMJ: Mandarin, on Tuesday visiting 'I STARTING. 95 !
Mr. and Mra. J, A. Mar\inezT tit! Canit7 .hate'a Cart I.. And j :F P1III

ONLY Mr.. and Mrs J, Q ?ottol}'and Its Fsr reEIUte Bridfirt olJoseph Co..tr, 1ST.FUrMa.Prevatt.dece4.eL .I 4 AT -

b.; $199 PLUS TAX Mr, and Mrs.. Eaton Jordan, and I 1!

families were visiting Mr, and rUscharee Notice Of Filing Of Administrator Petition For' Final- ('J' ONLYCompare I

.. Mrs. L E. Jordan at Atlantic 'To All Who It lajr-Concern' : '
Beach on Sunday.Mr. Notice U l\reby\ given that"have I '

and Mrs.. a fA Shower. filed my of tbe final' returns as adfI1Al.traor' -' '
entate of Joseph
'I The Telegraph Takes Pride4; ; Mr. ana Mrs, If R. $tfftan1'and W., Prevail, eease4; that I have ,
i: .. At $69.95
:- Mr. and Mrs. James. Rowe" tiled I petition for' final"' discharge. I
: and that- I will apply to the Hon-
in announcing Alderson W. Va? are guests for orable Theron A. 'T wn. County 1

two weeks of Chief and Mrs. D. Judge pt( Bradford' Cqupty, Florida. "

that we are now franchised t dealers for the W. Carpenter on Santa, Fe, Lake, on a. m June: for 21 approval, lilt, Tuesday'of the same at 19:60 and IMWRM 181WI. I
E
Chief and Mrs. Jojuv ff.: Pierce for final discharge tin admlnUtra- \ BOOKERS
tor of the estate ot Joseph W. Pre, .
famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines and daughter, Elizabeth Ann, of vatt. decewed.M.y -'
Virginia Beach Va. arrived hom'$ U. 1510.
Wednesday! for a visit With;Ms.. /St Edwin T. PrevattAdmlnfstratqr.o ,. Many Coloru and Styles $ 95 j
manual or electric full keyboard or ten-lc y, Pierce's parents Mr. and Mrs.' > | the estate. Joee-
'
W. -
Prevatt deeeaaed.
'
Ta Choose. From i
Lonnie' Crawford Sr, On July] ,,5 i 1.1111' ClXOTICE

:It's' flip the Pierces will leave for London,, .. ,_ .. I..U I ,
latest'w! England for three years' tour of '
OP TI41.NQNLY
duty; at the. U; 8..: NavaJ!' ,ActjyjOes! NOTICE IS SHERIFF'S HEREBY 8AI.B GIVEN '

,: : ONLY $111 Mrs.,Bynum Mr. and Perkins Mrs. Lou baa HQlen-bad:asguests of that ejtecutloi'uader and( on by a vtrtu filial*' of judgment a writ r'" ,r ..' _ .,

issued out of the'Circuit Court of
.
.
.. dahl and family last, Thursday Alachoa County. Florida in that

< plus .tax. '. '. night Mr. and'Mrs. William- Williamson Company certain sjried$ FarmHome galrd./ Bard and$A\it.ar$ ;- Platform Rocker With Sol FoamSeat & Back

Bonifay last Friday SuP.J1J.! 'Ine. and Emery 5:. Engel,
night and Mis. Earl Starr- and I have, JetUi tAo4! f-Ut.will,cell at ,
. public auction to the 'higbeltlcJ- .
_. son. Pat. of Atlanta over the $
der:for 'c&sh. on 4 July 1561 between ONLy$49.95
weekend- tilt hour Q| 11; a. m and >

1 Mr. and Mrs. D. s. Wescott,ofTampa. ptfru.. the following1 described, prp- ,
pertjrrThat -
All Burroughs Addipg. Mr; and "trs. W. 'J. entire stock and Inventoryof S i

Huldah Olivenbaum Morgan of Orlando' "of' Jacksonville, and Mrs. 6k.farm supply and goods'h9me,wares hardware! and mer-'nnso ,.i You U find,Q unlit y :Furniture at DENMARK'S} for Let. You ;.
Machines Unconditionally chan417e' held for resale located at -
were week ndrguesta-ot Sen., and that'certaUi place Of' IW. ff? llStarve. .. SA VVtt Buyjng from DENMARK'S I
Florida known as Firm

The Ne N Guaranteed Fgr One FujJ'TIRlETi.Id.E' .! Mrs.Mr.. Charley and Mrs E.:: Johns.Chester: Hadsock Home Bro'lfake: and Street-Auto $pppl7"it, i5' a1 I NEVER! NEVER- !. UNDERSOLD ,

Said property will be sold at the
and.twins of Lakeland QaJspent place tM'IIN1HrtJ'4'U UJtar 11011.eltJQ "w'o' --i
{ [ Year! "' n ,
i the. weekend with. Mr. and Mrs,I << BURROUGHS HAM-OPERATED i t114t' place u>( business knbtrn'asFarm. ff rf; .i
Randal Chitty. Uome.-aad luteSupply at fact Yoq ADDING MACHINES"COME .. .... INn. Judge and Mrs.E.13'Perrymanreturned ; 41C XYownlee Street, Starke Brad-
....,.;.. :.. .' la/t W finesdaythrea ., '",rd, County Florida, t DENMARK FURNITIJRECOMPANY.t
"
"' ..\I>>'oae wishing- t< Ridcp n Bald
lIew sd AUt Gr1f" .
,' ,weeks visit,wm| ; Mrs.. Pef property _may examine the same by I.

IN IJlD. sa, us-YODin. r, ryman's:: sister-Mrs-t:. p. Sulet.. contacting me, at m;, offlpjriah '01\ i
County 'Court' House.Starke ,
Br4ford
.
In Mivnk Mrs, Saxles is. conYaI
;
Florida, on the ThursdayorTrldpr ; QF
:: Free Service For First Twelye Months! escina at home after surwry. v : preceding said. sale.. Said STARKE
Mrs. John Love Wilkes return. fortfWtywBJ M sold M tilt pro,- 5'
p rtr" of Farm. Home, and Auto.,
TERMS TO RATED FIRMS .1 ed last Tburadir HSR.. ft tF.xaoqths .1 I Suppy. -Inc.P. .a SheriffBradford .434-446'West Can St.., Phone_ WO 4-1321 .Starke, Florida ,
IW4ih
I visit'with her sister, Mrs '-- --
*** County Florida
I L.. L. Roane In Jacksonville. l4t.. 1131| -:-- : "I 40 :;
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JUNE 9, 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE THREB
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... ;; .:;- ..... rT I .. .... "- .to. .... ... I Youth RetreatAt I Art Holliday Host [on June 7. The grandparents are4r State of Florida to the County "
Judge of Bradford County Florida
and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Mr.
it his office in the court house of
Immokalee J'J At Hamburger FryArt ltd: Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. _said County in Rtarke. Florida "-
within eight calendar months from
:
Last Weekend ]J r ? Holliuay was host to five sAi time of the first publicatioc of
Bradford
County Hospital announces t'it notice. Each claim: or demand
n 3.l couples at a hamburger fry and ] the following births: *.si! be In writing and shall state
The Youth Retreat of the Madison
the place'of residence and office
swim party last Friday from two post -
i
a. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett of
Street Baptist Church was address 'of the claimant, and
e held Friday and Saturday at $ to nine o'clock at the (X L, Hayj:j Keystone Heights, a son, ark shall be sworn to by the claimant
;
s y.e. nes Jr. cottage on Santa Fe lake :Edwin June 6. his agent, or attorney, and any each
Gladys Camp Immokalee with ..26'mem .6 arI t-UIra or demand not so filed shall
Moot. The young folk were accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy I* Morgan tie void.
..--------------------- bers and friends attending. .
by Art's parents, Mr. and .Jr., Starke, a daughter, June 8. C. D. Edwards
Following BHS graduation the Executor fO the Estate of Nellie
Mrs. A. N. Holliday of Starke, and
First Christian I Miss Patricia Pellum group gathered at the camp fora E. Smith, Deceased!
1 Mr. and Mrs. Kodiak of Jackson : T. Frank Lamdrum
1i i weiner roast : :Mr In' The Clrralt CVurt Of Florida.F.IKIa.1I .
prepared oy
I I II ville. Ito 546. Statke, Florida
Judicial Circuit,
'S la And
Adult Class ComplimentedAt and I Mrs. Freeman Register Jr.I, Far Pradford CoBBtr. IB Chaaeery Attorney for' the Estate.
liltS 4t 613ESTHER ;
; Rev. Kenneth Hansen, pastor of Rotarians Hear Nell C. Albert, Plaintiff, .vs Luther
Lovely Parties T. AI Defendant.NOTICE .
Plans Picnic DinnerThe lert.
the F.B.C. In Palatka and also '

Miss Patricia Pellum, whose a (4 ii'4 { I camp pastor, closed the session I Talk On Research To: Luther T.OF Albert SUIT, P. O. Box
Adult Class of the First I. 2173 Madison, Wisconsin.
to James Cromer, Jr. with a devotion around the camp With Naval Stores
marriage
Christian Church will have a I II You are hereoy noifie that there R
will be an event of June 17, has I fire. I ,has been filed by Nell C. Albert in
picnic dinner for members and t :the Circuit Court of
their families at Gold Head been ,the inspiration for two love- ;. :, Saturday's program included de-i Gordon Fisher of the Oulstee ty. Florida, her complaint Bradford coun-I I II '0cf

ly parties in the past week. votions, chapel services, confer Naval Stores Research Station :roll and the relief therein prayed I I II I

Branch State Park after 19.church On Friday evening, May 27, St, ences, swimming and recreation. near Lake City was guest speakerat for: Tnis Is a is divorced therefore; to command I I
services on Sunday. June you s
from 7:30 to nine o'clock the Devotional leader for the day was the Rotary Club Wednesday, I In file your written defense in said
The class will hold its monthly bride-elect was honored with a VeneraVilliams Dr. Sarah Lou Wells. privett-Smith describing some of the interestingnew I'I'I I cause on or before the 20th day of I f
business meeting at 7:30: p. m. Jute, A D. JS60. and that you shall I
shower at the home of Mrs. Other leaders were Mr. and Mrs. products being derived from ;
hall. given To Wed Mr. Brown thereafter on or before the 20th I
June 24 in the fellowship
on B, T. Thomas. Hostesses were Jim Harden of the State Farm, turpentine, and their uses. 11 day of June/ A. D. 1960(, serve a I
The following newly elected officers Mr. and Mrs- Melson Privettof rr-r/y uf your defenses 'f any, on j
the Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mrs. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Williams Mr and ?Mrs% Neil Tucker, Mrs. < Mr. Fisher said that the timber]j'Tallin Parton, 218 Southeast First' WILLIAMS

will have charge of Wasdin Mrs. P. T. Nolin, Mrs. of the State Farm announce the Leola Roberts, and Rev. and Mrs. ,Lawtey announce the ap- grower could realize more from :Street, Gainesville Florida, attornry KHEAUSWG' AND SHOOTING STY SHOW

"Gerald meeting:Griffis Ben ,Mizell.vice president president;; Adolph Gay, Mrs. J. T. Lawson, approaching marriage of their* J. H. Mabry. proaching marriage of their his pine trees over the years by I':thereafter Tor the plaintiff file the and original Immediately in my at CYPRESS GARDENS

and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. daughter, Venera, to Maurice Young people attending were .daughter, Bernice to Walter E. working them first for turpentineand I office.! Upon failure to comply with
Mrs. A. J. Strickland, recording summer' flowers in attractive Linda Wasdin, Linda Thomas, 1' then selling as pulpwood," either of the above, a decree pro JUNE 11.30
Brown Jr.
secretary; Mrs. L. L. Fullwood Early son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul confefso will be entered against you
secretary; Mrs. arrangements were used S. M. Brown of Lake Butler. Carolyn Pellum, Martha Long, Smith, formerly of.Burbank, Ohio' rather than selling as pulpwoodas I according to law.
Corresponding
I to advantage in decorating pointsof The wedding will take place at Virginia Erwin, Aquilla Wasdin, soon as ready. Witness my hand and seal of our
John Shanbarger treasurer. The wedding will be solemnizedat Circuit Court, this 10 day of May,
been interest in the home for the oc- [Harmony Free Will Baptist Margaret Driggers, Perman Roberts The speaker was introduced byj"t A D. 1960. D ICTARKE
have
Committee chaimen the First Church in
Baptist
casion. The refreshment table was Church in Lake Butler on Sunday Jimmy Lawson, Tommy Fol- J. F. Jaudori, who had charge of i 'SKAL)
appointed as follows: Rev. .,Bob [ son, Johnny Lee, Richard Cowling. Lawtey at 8 p. m. on Friday, Charles A. Darby, Clerk Circuit '
Margaret lovely with a lace cloth over pink I afternoon, June 12, at 3 o'clock the program. I Courtiy: fL':
Badgett, program: Mrs. June 24. No invitations are being II .
Freeman Register Mike LaMee,
linen 'and'with a centerpiece of with I Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk
'Esther a reception following in the I
Blankenship and Mrs. Jimmy Lawson, Tommy Thomas, issued but all friends and rela- Pliilin! Barton. '
pink roses and white stock. Silver tuirch educational Schedule
building.No Summer
Saunders, refreshments: S. G- and Bob Guinn. tives of the couple'are invited to Attorney for Plaintiff

Denmark Sunshine; and L. L. candelabra with burning pink invitations are being issued attend. A reception will be held For Band Lessons 21 r S. S. 1st Street SUN, WON, TUE.
Uainesville, Florida
tapers flanked the centerpiece anda ; tut all friends and relatives are .
FullwOod, entertainment.. after the ceremony at the homeof 6.1' 4t 69I. June 12, 13, 14
; crystal punch bowl graced one invited to attend. DessertBridgeFor
parents, Mr.
the bridegroom's Bandmaster Elden Mathews announces -
end of the table 1 IB The Court Of The Coaaty Judge,
Altar SocietySt. Mrs. Thomas greeted guests at Ladies Council Mrs. VickersMrs. and Mrs. Paul Smith. the following schedule for I..In liradford Probate.Coaity, State Of Florida DOUBLE FEATURE
summer band lessons: I
the door and standing in the re- In Re: Estate of Nellie E. Smith,
Edwards Altar Society will ceiving line were the bride-elect, Hears SuperintendentOf Myldred Cuttino entertained 1 1st Baptist WMU Monday-Band Hall (Starke), Deceased.To Shaggy DogFred
have a bake sale Saturday nfbrn- at a dessert-bridge party Tuesday 1 to 3 pan 'All Creditors And Persons MacMurray, Jean Hagen
her mother, Mrs. F. J. Pell urn, HavingClaims Or Demands Against
ing starting at 9 o'clock in front Mrs. J. F, Cromer Christian HomeMrs. evening, at her home on executive CommitteeHas Tuesdays-Hampton, 1 to 2:30 :Said: Estate:
of Ocala
,
,of the Starke Hotel on E. Call Kingsley Lake honoring Mrs. J. p.m. Lawtey, 3 to.4 pan. You and each of you are hereby The Warrior and the
mother of the
bridegroom-elect, Edna Matthews, superintendent M. Vickers. LuncheonThe Thursdays-Band Hall, 1 to 3 ;notified and required; to present '
street. and her Miss : buy claims or demands which you
daughter, Mary Ann Slave Girl
of the Florida Christian Mixed summer flowers in at-
-, Cromer. Executive Committee of the p.m.; 7 to 9 p.mFridaysBand I or either of you may have against
Home in Jacksonville, was feat- tractive arrangements were placedat Hall, 1 to 3 p.m.I I de-eased Gianna Maria Canale,
The hostesses the First Church WMU met
Vacation School l presented ured speaker at the meeting of vantage points throughout the Baptist ,I George Marchal
honoree with a silver pie plate as Tuesday June 7, at 11:30 o'clockin Recent Births'
the Ladies Council of the First party rooms. The lace covered re-
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids
Starts'Monday*': ..J a remembrance of the occasion. Christian Church last Thursday freshment table held a center ar- the First Baptist Church. A Cash paid for rood, clean, cotton .
dish luncheon was en- Mr. and Mrs. John Bennie Sappof 1 rags. No Khaki or wool.Bring
night at 8 o'clock. The care being rangement of the same blossomsand covered:
: Daytona Beach announce the ] : to Bradford County Tele- WED, THURS., June 15.16
Children, ages 4 to 11.of any The Episcopal Parish House on given senior citizens from 13 a silver tray held an assort- joyed after the executive meeting
birth of a daughter.. Brenda Lvnn... I!'r9.uh.
Church the session Mrs.
business
street
denomination are invited to at- was the setting for states was the subject discussedby ment of pastries.. During -....-. :---,..--.. DOUBLE FEATURE
a delightful bridal shower C. A.' Knight chairman of the
given ,
tend tHe MethodistVacation. Mrs. Matthews. Another After several progressions of ;
for Miss Pellum on Thursday at the nominating committee, reportedon I APARTMENT SIZE "The Best of
13 to 17 special guest at this meeting was bridge four tables, prizes "
Church. School, June afternoon June 2 from four to the .slate of officers for the
,
-
Mrs. John Hanson, state chair- were awarded. 2'1 I And 36 in. STANDARD
to 11:15 o'clock. Everything"Hope
from 8:3Q : five o'clock.Hostesses man of the Christian Women's The hostess presented Mrs. coming-year.

were Mrs. Arthur Vickers Mrs. L. D. Haines, program Lange, Joan Crawford
Fellowship.The with a personal going-
.-, I GAS RANGES ,
: McRae, Mrs. Jack Parker chairman of the Brownlee Circle,
Mrs.
,
.
.- -. -- Council president, Mrs. away giftCircle PLUS. ;
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Reddish Andrews, Mrs. Fate Charles Cowen, conducted the presented a program based on the GAS FOR HEAT/{ n

Brown, Mrs. Earl Searing, Mrs. 4 WSCS dnamatizatibn of "A Conversation -
business meeting and closing
BE SURE TO CHOOSE $2.50 4D Man
FloridaTheatre Leola Roberts, Mrs. W. H. Hart, prayer was offered by Mrs. Ed 'at The Wayside." Taking rr -

Mrs. Paul Bridges Mrs. Curtis Prevatt. Met With Mrs. Snell part in this presentation were the TAKETHISTIPFCOMTKQSEWHOUSEIT Per Week Robert Lansing,Lee Meriwether

Malone, and Mrs. Dave Paulk. Circle meetings will be held on Intermediates. Plus Color Cartoon for Kids

Mrs Parker greeted guests at June 16 as follows: Circle 2 at Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS Brownlee Circle was also in

the door and will meet Tuesday evening, June, of decorations for the \ 1 FRIDAY SATURDAYJune
standing in the receiving the home of Mrs. Grace Fullwood, charge 1 ,
14, at 8 o'clock at the home of. 1
line with the brideelectwere luncheon. 17.18
8' p. m. Circle 3 will have a covered I
Mrs. McRae, Mrs. F. J. Pel- dish supper at 7:30 p. m., Mrs. George Snell' with Mrs.I 1 '
FEATURE
lum> Mrs. J. F. Cromer, Sr., and preceding their meeting in the Richard Solve as cohostess.Wesleyan Barbecue Supper' DOUBLE

Miss Mary Ann Cromer. The re- fellowship hall Service Guilds, units

. ceiving line stood in front of the one and two, will meet Tuesday At-Gardner Home r A Dog of Flanders

mantel which was tanked with an evening, June 14. Unit one will I David Ladd, Donald (Crisp (

SATURDAY, JUNE 11 arrangement of lavender gladioliand PellumCromerWedding meet at the home of Mrs. c. ,E. For Engaged Couple

1st Feature magnolias.The Will Be I Hernwall at 7:30: o'clock. Unit .. Sink the Bismarck!
Mrs. Mural Gardner and :Mau-
two
will have a covered-dish
.. tea table was covered'with supper Kenneth More, Dana Wynter
-- aT Svenfc Of June. 17th-"\* ieWingate' entertained, at .an
I4 fenf Imported "outwork* cloth arii ; meeting: at the home of";Mrs. for KidsBARKSDALE'S
Phone WO 4.7551 Plus 2 Color Cartoons
outdoor barbecue party
supper
J. R. Hixon at 6 o'clock. oaAALgM&
centered
with a crystal punchbowl The of Miss Patricia
marriage Tuesday evening for Mrs. Gardner' r
> set in a bed of plumosas fern Pellum' of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter
I Young Women'sAuxiliary daughter, Miss Carol Temple, -
interspersed with lavender and F. J.'Pellum, Sr. to James Foster, and- her, fiance, Charles Osborne,

\wrA white florets. Silver candelabrawith Cromer, son of Mr. and Mrs.: MeetsThe whose wedding will be an event!

burning white tapers were James Foster Cromer, Sr. of
of Saturday afternoon. J S I
placed at each end of the table. Ocala, will be an event of Friday Young Women's Auxiliary Thirty guests enjoyed this de- JUST IN TIME FOR un e a e

Mrs. Malone was in charge of I evening, June 17, at 8 o'clock'in'' of the Madison Street Baptist lightful affair. FATHER'S DAY JUNE 19li1 .
I I'o the gift table, and. serving punch the Madison Street Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs.J. .. -

were Mrs. Kenneth Grider and Church.No H. Marby, Jr. Monday evening

Mrs.Earl Searing. Serving as floor invitations have .been sent and planned the White Bible serv- Two Young Hostesses ,

hostesses were Mrs. Reddish An- locally, but all friends and rela- ice for Miss Patricia Pellum; Entertain Friends I SPORT SHIRTS

drews and Mrs. Hart. bride-elect.
tives of the couple are cordially
The hostesses presented the invited to attend the and I Small to X-Large '" '
wedding Martha Susan Ritch and Suzi L4I
I
bride-elect with the vegetable Madison St. WMS
the reception which will follow Broadway were hostesses at a
bowl to her chosen china ; I
2nd. Feature patternas the ceremony in the educational Sets Meetings skating and slumber party Wed fi. '
a memento of the occasion. BELT WITH
building nesday night of last week. to
1'.99
5.95
100 I
Approximately guests were
Circles 2 and 3 of'the Madison Twenty of the guests attendedthe
invited to call between the EACH PAIR OF a
appointed (I.
,
Birthday Party Street Baptist Church will meet skating party and 15 of them
a I
hours. II
E51y Tuesday evening, June 14. returned to the Broadways for re- :MEN'S I I

For Sandi Morgan Circle 2 will meet with Mrs. F. freshments and spend-the-night. ,

Mrs. H. O. Batts and Miss G. Hutchinson, 404 N. Cherry The girls were accompanied by Ivy and Continental

11 Louise Batts of Ocala honored Little Sandi Morgan daughterof Street at 7:30 o'clock. Circle 3 Mrs. H. C. Broadway and Mrs. DRESS PANTS i .98
Miss Pellum with bridal shower
i a Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan will meet with Mrs. Leola Roberts, Grace Ritch. -

and party en May 20. Jr., celebrated her fifth birthdayanniversary 204 W. Adkins street at 8 o'clock.; PANTS

b Early summer flowers were with a party at herhome '
.
e used to advantage in decoratingthe last Saturday afternoon. 5 95 to 9 95 : Sizes 28 to 40 S *
i I
Batts home for the occasion. The birthday cake, placed in the I s I Value to

The lace covered refreshmenttable center of a lace-covered table was. 0rAiiTjJ I II I $5.00

was centered with a crystal beautifully embossed and held five This Offer Good Until ,

punch bowl surrounded by greenery pink candles. Tall pink tapers in FATHER'S DAYLADIES' 1 NOW

and lavender flowers. crystal holders were on either

The honoree was presented with side of the cake. : !

her bridal gifts in a decorated, inverted Games were played on the lawn & CHILDREN'S

Cartoon: Destination Meatball umbrella. The 25 guests en- during the afternoon, 'and favors 1 $

joyed appropriate games duringthe of Party' paper umbrellas, balloons PAIR

SUN., MON. & TUES. evening.J. and blowouts were given teach 0 SANDALS

June 12,.IS &/14 little guest. M
M. Edwards HomeIs Assisting In serving refresh- HM

.. .. --- ments were Mrs. E. E. Lewis, and

#' Scene Of PartyDianne Miss Agnes Douglas. ifl til'l

\\OO4NS 1 III 4 SELECTION

1.ti .oontkMlt, and Gayle Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Simmons '. tilt(
entertained at an end-of-the school
LADIES
r t"1Lll'p ; year party last Thursday even- Are Complimented a il: FlaTCaes ss

l ing at their home on West Madi

wu utaR>fctl son Street Mr. and Mrs.
ttitoi : George Kopelou- "Oh, well I was aiming to down to the Starke
The party was held in .the sos entertained at a farewell party go Dresses

Cartoon: H re Today Gone Tamale I, garage which was decorated with Thursday night of &st'week at Builders Supplies and get a new screen for this door!" .

colored crepe paper streamers. the Garden Restaurant, honoring
WED, THURS. & FRL The refreshment table was cover- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons. The

ed with .& red and white checked Simmons family left Monday fora .
June 15 16 & 17
cloth and centered with a silver two weeks visit with relatives NO MONEY DOWN I

lazy susan holding mints and nuts. in Miami, after which 'they will SPECIAL BRA SALE

Soft drinks and snacks were make a two months tour of the M'xi ,

HlslrFIRST served. West. Upon returning to Florida Repair Regular and Strapless $*| ,
a
During the evening the 50 they will reside in Miami where: JL 00
Values to
5.00-NOW
ROW a
FILM guests enjoyed dancing and games. they have purchased a home.

) After the party six close friendsof The long dining table in the Add Rooms Carport

Dianne and Gayle spent the Pecan Room was centered with a

night with them and went swim- summer flower arrangement for WE GIVESEE

ming the next morning. the farewell dinner. Bath Room

i iT The 25 close friends of Mr. and OUR S & H GREEN STAMPS '
_
Osborne-Temple Mrs. Simmons attending the affair (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES $1.00 TABLE

included the local doctors and ), M

\Vedding Date Set their wives. For BigSavings Free Gift WrappingTHURSDAY

Time To Re-roof: '
Mrs. Mural Gardner announcesthe Girl Scouts Plan -I
'"
approaching marriage of her "
ThrAll
daughter, Carol Temple,to Charles Skating Party I
'
.
A Oran titOa.M Agnew Osborne, son of Mr. and The

) a 0IIuMe haw..... Mrs. E. N. Osborne of the State The Girl Scouts will go to the 1 B k d I

}.'.aeta..lunt lRS t...... Farm. Gainesville skating rink Saturday STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Family ar s a e s

1OmI OcsRtEtlJtttra J The wedding will take place: afternoon, June 1L for a skating

t.as a,....a.. Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock at. party. They will meet at the home .

(L Cartoon: Hotkey Champ the home of Mrs. Hogan Smith on, of their leader, Mrs. R. B. Cauff- Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. I

N. Walnut street man, at 1:30 o'clock.
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THTKSDAT JUNE 9, I960i
rom COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
MOt
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'" -.- .. .. ._ .. _ _,-y- _,_11 1 and Members i of Johnny -SCott, Steve ,Edwards,
'-( .J Lawson baritone so-1
and Jimmy ;
editorial 'E I Farmer's Diary 1 Will AppearIn l''lo,. Harold Tyus; twirlingtrio 1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHST.

1 All Star Event !'composed of Cookie !athe\\5,1 1879
Hart, and Christmas. I
Kay, Kay
.... tty Sam McGarm .
excellent
f" Receiving ratings of : ], ri.OKin.-8 OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS*
; __ '_ Three,.m'"mbf'f5--the Bradford
w-/ncome
Housing were: Margaret Ann Dinkins; Lt _, + i"M'th BLISHfcD CONTlSOrSLlCNVCK '
High School .Band.vill; appear .
s.re all tor it 100 percent, j It oboe solo: and Cookie Mathews, ',| : THE SAME M1STREAo.rwil.hed
...
;with'the Florida. AllState: March- F..h. .r.... sad KDler4 a* Srr CUM Mattel
Frequently Misrepresented till; provide our youngsterswit- : 'nasyd in August Freeman twirling solo: i 'at the Poet Office at Starke, FU. ..der Aet.t. Mar.4, iST$'
wholesome and valuable .
t .outlto.
Register' HI sand Teiry Walters A rating cf good, was given. to ajunior 1'
.
Ever since the subject was first broached locally, o their energy.. 'I"will play instruments, in the band, high"clarinet quartet com- :;

much misinformation has been broadcast either through Owing the SCS meeting, the i: while Cookie Mathews was chosen posed of Vickie Flees Kathy My-'!thews Janet Hardy, Elaine Gil- ;'Band Notice

ignorance or by design about so-called low income housing t:opic got around to "grunting; i,1P a majorette.All-Star They will Football appear rick, Phyllis Haddock, and Lo- !:hooley attend: the ani Dale Eugenia Twirl-O-Rama Ekard will !I' All band members and former

that members of the City Council, the Mayor, and the I City; ,rerms. One man said the best i I!game.-at 'the,annual' .. rain DeCaro. j!'at Emoiy University in Atlanta, 'band members are requested to re-

Clerk recently met with .Ed Lorimer, executive director ot This is really the eatingest t hing in the world to bring up I" itf'mberS of the Bradford Band The majorettes, drum majors, l Ga. Kay Hart Kay Christmas, !I port to the band hall at 7:30 p.m.
the Jacksonville Housing Authority and Harry Burns, Jack; time of the year now that our I he crawlers is' an old John Deei ,and some other band students :Martha Long, Jo Smith Sandra !Thursday. Jane 16. The band hasbeen
sonville.architect, to get some straight answers. to straight vegetables are coming 'in. and ;. 1:ractor. ." recently placed higii in the State :will attend music and twirling jSheally, Linda Hopkins Dorothy' requested to play for the
questions. there is sweet corn, pepper cukes. 9 Band Festival in i Gainesville, camps this summer. Cookie Ma- Savage Carol Ward, Freeman|dedication of the new BHS auditorium

In the belief that the general public, as well as our elected i i Irish Potatoes and others on 1 the i Local cattlemen are very mucnteiestect I where entrants werejudged su- 'grade of superior in the district Register, and Bill Dockstader will i j on Friday, June 11. An-
in this !I. jna new forage vari I iperior, excellent, good fair, and other rehearsal will be held at
officials should be better informed as to the advantages market. King Corn comes : contest to Qualify for state. attend( events at Florida State j
Ze'dra
Iti ty, sorghum. Hamilton I It is necessary to receive a
to ourselves poor. I
week and going get
problems and economic effect of alow-income, housing i program i a mess w'e're' of it. right away. III aid; he has seen it 'cut, and thep. I t -f'nn\rru_.._.._ !r.. trumnet trio composed Receiving superiors were ,. the University at Tallahassee. 7 p.mon that date.

on a community, we present herewith some of the "irow'back' to six feet tall again in ". .
..
questions and answers coming out of this meeting: I,, Although the Albritton [IN. I C.] i i(.5. days. I .. .

1. Do you know of any attempts to integrate low income strawberry plant may have won I .
housing projects and the cult? i some backers here, there is little ,' Rains this week'troke the long' .
Mr. Lorimer referred to a recent test case at Savannai I I interest shown in it so far by a !t Irought which had almost bum ?, -
: : id up everything in the count; .
folks
majority of When it <.0\
Ga., where an attempt was made to integrate a housing 1 prO glowers. "he[ showers stilllocal,, .
out this fail, it will i are
ject. The case went to the U. S. Supreme Court and was get again to be setting the Florida 90 and told i 1 hough, and one farm may get, a ,. .
won by the Savannah Housing Authority when the court favorite Missionary. i!;ood inch soaking, while nearb' :

threw the case out. It was ,further explained that the accepted ; -. I]places are skipped- -
.
practice is to build homes for the white citizens in the And now that Leaton. Morgan, I
white areas and colored units in the colored areas. Mi ,one of the strongest boosters i for : Tobacco growers,are busy cropping -

Lorimer said he had experienced no difficulty in Jacksonville 'plastic mulch,' has finished up : ] stringing* and putting the i BIGGER
]eaf into barns to cure. Tobacco;
with this problem and t was reasonably sure none would this year's crop he has decided
1 warehouse xperts'warn against ,
this fall on plastic '
-was to have some
develop. He pointed out that the Housing Authority He said i..:ropping too soon as they say i ifthe'
wild hay.
i.i
:and some on
charged with the responsibility of assigning families to the i this week that the hot sun un- 'crop is harvested early it t doe' c-" .
vacant units. This, he said also protects the units from occupancy I idoubtedly does affect the plants. I II lot have the body'of"fti l1y ma:

by transients or other undesirables. The homes are I and cause them to go out of pro- ;1 sled leaves. "
,
S.-
constructed for.:the low-income members of a communit; i auction sooner than those on I ,J J
and the Authority is vested with authority and control 1 to I wild hay. So he's going to plant I Sam's been hunting all I over '.1 "

assure 'they are used just for that. \so that when one crop quits [the;:Bradford.ounties for Union young, and'trees Alach'u. and .., .. .'." FI :. ,'i-- "' '.,&
constructed 1 plastic the other will go right I
%: Who determines where the units are rubs, and this week he found

The Housing Authority, composed of local citizens who i on.i S's I II Ii t>>ne of the best growing right in

know their community best are charged with this responsibility I I In the Soil Conservation meeting I he old hog 'pen. It's a beautiful "

and make the decision. It has been rumored that i this week, the other Super- :.yoUng magnolia and we're bot "

for each unit constructed a house must be torn down. M. i visors had a lot of. fun teasing \rendering how it ever got then. '
.5.
Lorimer. said this is completely untrue. The Housing AuthorIty that old Yankee Sam about "Ao- blackberrie :; BURGERS
generally attempts to purchase property where a. wdlirg" According to them, doodling Gathered some
Sam got bug-eye
his week. and
sub-standard house exists, but there is no requirement that is a great sport, but the I i our'trying to watch out for ,.: ,
trouble, is Sam wouldn't know a ,,
this be done.. then later from ; -"" '
snakes and weary .
3. Do very many cities or communities! in our area have ,I doodle if he stepped. ... "on one. I's cratching red-bug bites. But thberries ':;

or plan to construct low-income housing projects? I This week the farming organi-I' are worth it, in a pie or I ,'. ",, .

In addition to Jacksonville there are projects now under :rations 'in the county hun dUmplings; : or just plain'wit r -*--*'4.
"
construction or in the planning stages at Baldwin. Lake i campaign t6'get a '4-H program sugar sprinkled.5.on. .; : :' ".:: ??*

Butler. Macclenny, Cross City Jacksonville Beach, Jasper: started in Bradford County. We And now Sam's turned out 1 tohe ";: : '. ::", r :, : ; '; ;
\ '
.
: >, : > ::: ; '
others. .
and I <- -
Live Oak WilHston I : an amateur Burbank He's ir '; \"Y :. :

4. What tjT>homes; are constructed? Negro Ex-Convict- rested in propagating plants ... ,
This is left to the decision of the local housing author; ., I and shrubs, and this week for thefirst' 'i:":' ...,' ,'.,', '" .1.,

They can build single unit homes, duplex! unit, or multiple Pleads Guilty time tried root grafting You T ; ,'.,,," -' .

units of three or more. It is not necessary that all units be dig up a 3-inch section of root, : ..' .
concentrated in pne project, but they can be'built ,m s ven jToB&RCharge t Taft a scion to it, plant and in'ShOlt a .\. IIIi -

locations. They would be of brick walls and 'with one to' A Negro ,ex-convict* now living I I'J time you have a new .shfub ..
tried it with a rootfrom ,
; hen. or tree. Sam "
living'room,and(:kit Home s' I to break- "
four bedrooms each with 'a in Staike, has confessed !' the pink or watern elonl.. __ -
the tenants ana no 'requirements' are set< into and entering two Bradford "
are furnished by I ting \ red crepe myrtle and a shoot
forth for the type of furnishings. ; County homes. from the" deep j red "iariety.'If it

5. Does a low-income; program ,pay''faxes? Clarence Beckwith, 28, was to works,' hell let you know more. j

It certainly does. Ten per cent of the gross 'rentalspaid an \sentenced Thursday of morning the two I about it.Alice :
each
r
on
give years
Thts; ynt\ 4s:Called! -fi .
local government. ''
to the GeojrgeiL 'r
;j counts by Circuit Judge 'discovered1 tiny 'tgghm -ba't;;" "
to th! a
monies payable
rather than taxes, but constitutes Patten. The sentences are to ,
thE
under root in
size of a pea a
local government., [: run consecutively. Beckwith had garden brought it in and putan 11
6. Who pays the cost of installing sewers and othi r !pleaded guilty to both counts i t the kitchen counter. Nex1: ajimi

utilities in a low-income housing project? .(Tuesday. June 7, when arraigned .I morning it had hatched and no'Alice "n
used by the projec before County Judge T A. Yawn 1 _
installed
The cost of all utilities or is sure she had a baby'fwandering = _
is paid by the ,housing authority \Jr.. who bound. him over to the jr around our house _
inte circuit court.Beckwith I I'f I,
does the Federal government
1. To what extent ,, y ,
fere in the operation of a low income project? 'f,June 4, 'a short was caught while after Saturday J he been convicted on nine break: aEggB EjyasB a 1 ,-1s

The prpram'is operated under state law and the housii_ l had entered the home of Rev. WJE. and entering: counts before 1 hi t + iiUtt,

authority must make an annual report to the Florida Secretary }! Hall,pastor of the Pine Level came to Bradford County. Hi -w
exercises no mo e was first convicted on two count ...'. .
of State. The Federal government I Baptist Church. Beckwith enter- I ,
control over the operation of a project of this kind than i t 1 ed the home while Rev. Hall was of breaking and entering, in 195! : ''C 4 -
does other sub-division approved by FHA. In fac. :, away. A neighbor, Tommy Cason, and sentenced to five years. HI .s.
over any then'escaped road
from can
both are divisions 0,r 1 saw the Negro run from the real a
FHA and the Public Housing Authority in Palm Beach County and wa; .,
Finance Agency, j a n ,of the house when ReHall re- 'A..r r _
Home
of the Housing And F
branches turned and started into the house: sentenced to an additional yea I II -
agency of the ,Federal government. The Public .Housii g I I' The .sheriff's department wa; I He was paroled May., 1956 ani
Authority'the same manner as FHA takes steps to i iI1 1- '': called to the scene with blood- I stayed out of jail until Septerber
constructed and with go* d I' 1956 when he was convict
sure that the units are properly {hounds. The dogs chased Beck-
materials.: They also make available to local housing authorities I I'with through a corn field bad on t seven counts of breaking an

the services of architects, engineers, and other techi:1onto the highway where he ran entering in Leon County. He wparoled .
I960the 1JI
in April.
of Deputy Sheri again
into the arms
clans as they may request. I I custody of Donald Bennett 0 ate '
financed? Russell Redding. fJ
F f
low-income housing' programs
8. How are : LawteyiBeqkwith:
involved in securing funds for a proje::t I, Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish
are clot
Several steps suspected Beckwith of also break- took only some
of 'this type-all designed to protect the public's inter t.jjing|i into the home of Loan es, 'a pen knife and a ladies wit

First, the local housing authority must make applicationthe 1::0 I Crawford; he took Beckwith to watch from the Hall reside
for monies nece ::; and $41 from the Crawford hon'
guaranteed test
Public Housing Authority i I Gainesville l for a lie detector -
sary to construct a given number of low-income rent:i1 i but the Negro confessed before -

units. The PHA in turn, makes a survey of the,pomrnuni .y j the test was administered. wIa
to determine the number of families currently, living in sut.>- I Beckwith is now lodged in the

standard homes. Of those occupying such homes, ty i is', );county jail under $2,500 bond 01 ixl j +,
two counts.
the
low le; each of
rent rnec
desire to -
further determined homany All told the ex-convict has '
units. It is also determined how many vacant dwellings exi: t f -.
Based this and other data they th''n -- ,
in the community. on. 1 4.
number of units for construction to tt: .. 1. l
allocate a given __
housing authority. After this information is digested by t tt: Ie I

authority, a'bond issue at a low rate of interest, guaranteE dn 5.T

by the PHA la floated for enough money to build a giv ; ,

number of units. The bonds are not general revenue bone syl )

but are retired solely by revenue derived by; the author! : .. .il.... t
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from rental of the homes. It is contrary to law for any i t LXof I .-T

revenue to be used in the construction of, or retirement ,

bonds sold for the construction of low income housing. : ,# w,1& .

:9., How is the housing authority appointed? flaw ,
This depends on the city charter, but usually they ;a:re : aI I t

the of the town for alternating tern I '
appointed by mayor 1S.reo -- =-
subject to approval of the city cduncil. This is the proved reoI I best foot Eoi '
I can't
I You put your
that vould.be used in Starke. l .
Mr. Lorimer further stated that low-income houses ,sera re I 8 ,i ward with holes. in" your" solesthin :.'.,
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definite purpose in a community, and make a contributi on't& V 1"we i soles ore dangerous, to. .
toward raising the general level of the standard of livii ; Check your shoes today for iilesrunover :In'

The project gives low-income families a decent place in r ) heels.

which to live, an acceptable environment for young childr en I|* OVid* with have a loan lOVed'fr.ill.lwmitut .. I i, KING SIZE COKE
It '
.-a factor so necessary during .their formative years. I

gives families supported by handicapped persons, widov S, LOCAL FINANCE CO. .

and others who have difficulty providing ample shelter f or I If you don't know where the fund i''t' REG.u.s.PAT.OFP.

their families, a comfortable-yet not elaborate-home. t to meet an unexpected emergent, e
Mr. Lorimer pointed out that it should not be forgott en'e'
: are coming from mJhte suj;,":- ,
that we are talking about homes for people to live indecent gest our fa..t, confidential sen HAS. MORE FOR YOU

attractive homes always a tangible asset to a Ice? I .

community. It is a recognized fact 'that there has beer a

shortage of comfortable attractive houses. and the pros* ctof :

is dim that we can reasonably expect to have a surplus : GET-VALUE LIFT

houses in the forseeable future. Mr. Lorimer pointed c REFRESHMENTf.- :
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that it is not possible for private enterprise to build low-;:ne I. _<, -i t--* : .
come rental houses and realize a return on their mon .' COURTSHOE '
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up 'some of the misunderstanding: about this nrogram- .SI'h w I I ((Opposite t Court House126North"Court'sl ) !i. i d t under w authority-------.-cf:Ttf. Coca Cola Company: ....-n -- .'- .. -, .. --, -., .. ', ,_4 1 ... .
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THURSDAY Y. "JUNE 9, I960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA "f"\U'E _
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Personals ,pto Jacksonville Monday for his Harrell visited Mr.,and Mrs. Harry College. Story ,vice schools.At I cooked their noon lunch on the

I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sheely physical entrance exam. Ware in St. Petersburg Sunday ; summer camp the unit sets grill. They placea on svun.ca: vt.oa Driveways
Asphalt
iUMPiOi1 moved last weekend from the I Marcia Gr fIis and Wayne Her- Coming Sunday ':'up, garages and other luainten- i a hamburger patty thin s; M
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Chastain house on Navarre St. to + sey were presented with the, A- I :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blgham, Jr.' Tq Florida l Theatre ,;ance operations in support of I slices of potatoes carrots and '*F :'
' Greenville Fla. "meiicaa Legion awards at grad- and: family spent Sunday at"$alt : i iuiuu of the 48th Division. cn ons. Wrap securely using the o

1 Syin.. [I. c. maAAAAA Miss Brenda Sue Hinson is uation exercises at Hampton Elementary Springs. TaU Story," % gay comedy ojcolleg& ( I drug store wrap and place on the STARKE ASPHALT

AU1u...A......... staying with her brother and sis- School Tuesday evening j i Miss Judy Kelley of Jacksonville life. will play, at the Flora -, WOODS FIRES. I ccaia. Cook about 20 minutes.

YES ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bert I IHiIUiQn. last week. I i home with her parents j TneaU'e.ald&y icrousr i, I i Among those attending were: PAVING COMPANY ..:

Program ,Friday Nile Jr. in Valdosta, Ga. Mr. I i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley. for a Tuesday, with Jane Fonda and I There was no forest fires in th5,Audrey Flakes! Kathy Rhodes

At Vacation Hampton Bible Baptist Church Hinson made a trip to Hamptonon I .....,..-..... ... ,., two weeks vacation Ton? Perkins in the leading relesiiie ccunty during the last month 'Linda Saunders, Celeste DeVoe 213 S. Cherry St,,* -...
School at Hampton : '
Baptist Church Wednesday last week to take I i John Green Terrell Green,. comeoy concerns a seriesof according to Walter Luke of the ; Linda Cox Chery Shealy Car- Phone WO 9-2011

this week's, work with will a complete commencement 1 hs| sister. i BROOKER !!i B .bara Sue Davis and Terry c/iieg.8t a.. Wtt Cqast; College< Florida Forest Service. ;olyn Chilson, Janet Parmenter

program at the. Mrs. M. W. Parsons left Friday i !i MfDavid are home from, collegefor when a. matrimoniallr-minded. girl Luke, stated that the recent i Becky Thompson, Renee Moore, Evening
i the summer Terry graduated, enrolls at the scboj. Being a taU. weather and, the folIae '
church [tomorrow) Friday for New Richmond. Ohio after I By Shirley Green rainy green 1 Dorothy: Savage. Mrs. E. L. Cox.
even- several weeks visit here with her i : frpm the University Monday'i "rl..,Fhp selects a ca'legft' noted for are the major factors contri- Miss Dorothy Ross. Mrs. Pauline Phone WO 4-1563 "
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will June participate 10, at 8 in p. m.the Each program class I son-In-Iawand daughter, Mr. and I I '"'''''"''''............&&..'"'..,........... !i I morning.. its outstanding basketball team; buting to this perfect record. j Torode and grandsons, Jcinqny-- ,
Mrs. Lonnie Melton and family. i! i.;; % logical place to. snare a tall There have been 71 forest fires
with, handicrafts to be shown I!I 1 J, E. Townsend spent the weekend I ........"...Y".Y,.." j i and Dick. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin husband. since Jan. 1 of this year. Luke --
aft rwards. j ,I
I II i to Pompano Beach visitingrelatives. There are amusing complications said compared to 29 fires during
I and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. i '
Attendance the first '
Monday George Williams Howell Williams, His daughter Kay i THEPxESSA: when she wages a persistent the same period last year. Only when you needRELIABLE I.I I.
regujar. day of the school was I }I I Townsend returned for a week's :
and Miss Hilda Warren visited ]1 campaign to entrap the studious 164.7 acres had burned to date
106. Seventy-five took part in the I visit.

, the zoo in Jacksonville on Sun i By Ruth Griffis star, of the team even using the last year compared. to 960 acres.1
registration day parade on Friday I Cliff Kelley and daughters of : aid'of :
unwitting two professors. to date this year.
day. I SERVICE
GAS
last week led by three girls on Wildwood visited -,
his mother Mrs. ...
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vy.r..TTn.nvyv. Perkins cast as the basket- Most fires usually occur during
Lester of Lake I
horseback, Gloria Simmons. Carolyn Henry Johns. 83. I Rosa Kelley Thursday. .
Butler died Saturday June 4. He' I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ball player who unerringly shoots the first few months of the year THINK OF :
} Perry and Joann Carter. Mr, and Mrs. Edd Polk and Hersey I BLADE GAS
the father of A. P. IPledgerl honored their field goals by the application ofscientific a when plants are still dead and
Mrs- Forsyth Leaves was : boys, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone; son. Dwight. witha .
For Germany Tuesday Johns who lives on the Beden- and children and Mrs. Richard I Weiner roast on his 11th birthday principle. Miss Fonda winds are high. Fires usually i

Mrs. Leaston Forsyth, who left baugh farm near Hampton. Stokes of Ealrton, last Saturday night. Games the talented daughter of Henry slack off about May when every-iI
were visiting
Tuesday to join her husband in I Funeral services were Tuesday at 'I Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osteen and weie also enjoyed'by the 50 young Fonda plays the tall girl' in thing turns green. I TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UYi
search of husband. .
Germany the Longbridge Christian Church people( attending. a ; It has rained every day but two
was honored with a Mrs. Annie Mae Nipper of New- I PHONE WO 4-3551
farewell party at Hampton Lake with burial in Sapp Cemetery at I berry and Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Mr. and Mrs. H. F, Cloversettle during the week beginning Tuesday -i

Saturday evening. Relatives and New River. Polk and family to Trenton Sun- 'and family visited Mr. Clovent- Vacant Houses. i' May 31, the Forest service -

friends attended the swimming Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Chester I''day. I tie's mother. Mrs. Hettie Jones Are Entered I.reports. During that week 1.7'

party and weiner roast. t have just returned fijom a trip to I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones and'to Jacksonville last Sunday.Mrs. inches of rain fell. Have You Had An
At BrookerThe
Mrs. Forsyth left Jacksonvillelor |,Washington D. C., and Mr. Ches-, girls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and. Lacy Wynn had as week-
New York on Tuesday this ter's mother. Mrs. Alice Chesterof I children and Mr. and Mrs. Victor end guests her son-in-law and FIRST CHRISTIAN' CHURCH

teek. and from there goes by Washington, returned with Jones and Vickie, spent the weekend -,(daughter, Mr. and Mrs.; G. W. Sheriff's Department is Cor. Call & Christian Streets i

plane to Badkissigen, Germany, them for a visit here. I in Leesburg visiting Mr. and I jEzell and children; her brother- investigating the breaking and Bob L. Badrett, Minister ACCIDENT.
entering of two ,t !
vacant houses
)inhere. Mr. Forsyth is. stationed. Roy-Morgan has enlisted in the : Mrs. Therman Jones and family. in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. the Brooker in Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Wor'ship -
area.
with the. U. S. Army. U. S. Army Paratroops, and went Mrs. Vernon Overturf of Tampa(SaJ Mongoivi of Jacksonville; and .
t Deputy Sheriffs Dolph Reddishana and Communion. 10:45 a. m.
Mrs. Mongoivi of New York City.
spent the weekend with her I
ents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker.par- I Mrs. J. H. Shoemaker of John- jimmy, Hamilton investigated Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice, Within The Past 36 Months?

NOTICETO Her daughters. Cindy and Kathy i I son City Tenn. is visiting her a break-in at a house owned bj 6 p .m. CYF 7 p. m. i

returned home with nero i son-in-law and daughter Mr. andMrs. Morris DyaL Some china and 8'I| Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. New I
*vu-a Mrs. Odessa Hall of Jacksonville Clyde Hersey. : US FOR
!Training for Service. SEE
1 en. The house had been
vacan t T
RETAIL MERCHANTS was visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'Gnann' and ir
Tuesday. children are spending the week at lor two'years. I
their cabin at Salt Springs. Mar- In the same area a house owned -
Richard Stokes of Earlton is
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IIXQU: make _installment sales, you should be. spending a few days this week cia Griffis is their guest while by C. S. Kelly had been en-, l 30 REDUCTION
tered and
evidence pointed to the
there. I
with Ronald, and Olan Polk and J
licensed under the new Retail Installment fact that someone had been staying
Mr. and Mrs. 'Chester Searle I
Edward Padgett U I PREMIUM
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in the house. An assortmen t
and 'daughter, Jan spent Sunday ; I .
$ale Act. Send your $5 license fee to Ray E, Mrs. 'Mary L. Green'and Mrs. afternoon at Salt Springs. Jan of men's clothing was stolen. JiJIIA.1l1oun.: H
H. Q. rO\\l1.returne4home Saturday r
Qre.cn, 'State Comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla.F'e1i after; a months visit! with- remained' for a visit with her uncle '; Deputv Reddish said the department wit' Arab Nobody But Nobody Under ,Sells//
had V
a definite t I -DO-IT
suspecui ;
Mr, and Mrs. Jack Ptokstpfl In and aunt, the Gnanns;: TIBMITI; CONTIOl
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Triest and mind, but had not yet appre, SAYS 5100 tit Eo.
Silver Spring, Maryland. They I herded him. The '' ww... a Pla irt. iref ornn.w wS
also 1 sons enjoyed a picnic on the St. suspected bur- ra folin "
visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe prol.ction Get fan
change Brown and family-in Columbia. Johns River near Bayard last glar wasldentified by finger prim. Taw 111III_Yordo rbAOa, ... i&at CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY
Sunday. samples taken from both houses
noticea S. I
C.Mr Mis. Rhoda Dampier attended The prints appear to be identical,, Starke Builders Supply I
and Mrs. Edd Polk and '
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to a clerk's club meeting of the Selective the deputy said. Washington St. Phone \\'0 4-0121
c h a nge boys and Richard Stokes of Earl- I Starke, Fla. 131 S. Walnut -- ;
I Service System In Lake I -
'w.eIlYOU 'fKoolmotor I ton attended church services, at _
I the Church of Christ Trenton, I city last Wednesday. While there Schopl,Head, Sees I, 'Y -
she visited a friend. Mrs. MaudeGillen
5 D Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. H. I who is a patient in Lake Junior Colleges -,
Gainesville. ; were the A: AColema.n.Sunday.of ShQre Hospital.Vacation Taking TeachersFlorida's BIG BARGAINS. DURING OUR

afternoon guests.of_ Mr. and Mrs, .time is here. Boys and
L. L. Parker. girls are enjoyipg it in varipus numerous junior colleges -

Harry Edwards of Jacksonville ways. Several are in Bible Campat springing up in the statE FIRST

spent the weekend with his; mother at.. polk City others at the lake,. lal'e. diawinjj: tqe best teacher ma: Anniversary

Mrs. Lottie Edwards.' I'and" some at hdme hardly knowing from the high schools,

A-2c Kenneth Parrish stationed what to do, with their time County, School Superintendent H

:at TyndaU AFB. was- 'home !lof'. freedom from school: 'P. Morgan states. 'I Ierr

with his parents,. Mr. and Mrs.!1 Vacation Bible Schoo'stsJ'ts' at 'Beca>is+i 01: tug rapidly expanding .

t Lee Parrish for a few, day' I Hope Church at 9 a. m. Monday,, cuiie;;, e .program, ihe jumo c

John\ Terrell,. and Kenneth Jun? 13., with sessions_lasting.un'tilnoon = colleges cannot obtain th ] rWELtTHEREl
r" OWE) NAME |
: : : An invitation is extend teachers from that source, Moi- P' .
I I Green 'enjoyed the weekend at WNATCNA c-w..Mr OH,THAT'S., J NEVER HAVE TROUBLE: IREMEM8ERIM'
Daytona Beach with twelve boys ed to-all. children from Beginners gan said, GO they are turning tl o THNKIN! -.- IT'S J .
from Wildwood. I through Intermediates" to enroll,tuie btctti- juaimed high'schoo 1 AB011 ? TIN'IM WHICH AUNT. AUNT ; +J AOMT GitywhS
I TILLIE.
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teachers.
P Mrs. Bill Plummer and daughter and attend each day through. TO TIUIE:!,
Lou of Salene, Kan are visiting June 17. commencement'exer-. j host I Bradford County schools) hav REMEMBER I Meat Market
relatives for a few days. cises will be held at 7 p.- m. Sunday four teachers to junior colleges MY AuNT \ [
1. Increased gasolene mileage Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges June 19. in the'last two years; on ;

visited Mrs; Uzzie.\ Green In Pa- Hope Church Schedule. this year and three'las year.
2. Increased engine power' latka Thursday. They also visited \ Sunday 10 a. m., Sunday, Another reason for the teache

Joe Green who lain the hos- School, Dale Bradley superin shortage Morgan said is tha
3., Decreased oil consumption ten ent. 11 a. m.. Morning Worship -" Florida's colleges graduate abou

pital.Mr.. and Mrs. Rodney Belcher I ,. 7 p. m. Training Union,, 3,000 education majors each' yea
director. 8 p. m.,, about half of which into othe _
4. Decreased engine knock and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers ol Wayne Hersey go r

Jacksonville: ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl I Evening Message.: fields besides teaching. Becaus e T '434

5. Decreased engine wear Edwards and girls of Gainesville,; Wednesday: 7:30- : p. m., Pray. of increasing population. Florid:a .

Mrs E. W. Hodges and childrenof L er Meeting. is about the fastest growing stat &
Ga. and Mr. and l Monday through Friday-Vaca- in the Southeast, the state neeeabpyt sI ,
Sirvlce Americus.
5D Koolmotor,actually does the work
Cttta ion Bible School June 13-17, :!9 \ 5,000 new, school teacher
f r tjrmal.grades, of motor oil to give you maximum Mrs., Evan at Kingsley Hodges Lake enjoyed Sunday.Mr. .a a. m. to 12 noon. ': each year. FRESH PORK SHOULDERS
picnic
protection for starting, warm-up, and cruising-the' and Mrs. Roy Green and I Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert, past As it is, Florida is depender Cry

U rtt''wi, driving ranges family enjoyed a picnic at Gold I >r. .Fred Dodd, choir director, upon other states to furnish er- SMOKED PICNICS .

Head Branch State Park SundayMr. ough teachers. Since the salaP p ,

STOP IN THIS WEEK and Mrs. Gerald puke s yyyy.yyy.yy.yyyyyyyy_ P i iof educators in Florida is slight!

and boys of Worthington Spring! higher than in some states. Mo:rFRESH SPARE RIBS

were the Sunday afternoon guest! HIGHLAND gan, said. teachers from tho e

SILCOXCITIES of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green anc d states Florida.; frequently migrate 1 t o SMOKED BACON LB ., "

family.Mr. [By, Deb ie Phillips]
out-of-slate
Most teachers foi r ,
and Mrs. Robert Bighan:
AA A"&AAAAA" uuAaauu I merly came from Georgia. Mot.
and family formerly of Spokane, rWHITE BACON
said. but the trend
SERVICE Wash. are visiting the W. E. Big There were 54 in Sunda: gan .
Changed since that state Inc teas-
ham. Jr. family for a few days. School last Sunday and the AdulWomen's t tto '.
ed the; compensation of its teache FRESH FRYERS ,
the attendance
Class won
705 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.. Mrs. Guy Harrell and girls, ers. Now many teachers come I i .
banner. At the close of th, .
Mrs. Venue .Johns.. and WilUan( : Florida from Tennessee.

: morning service, one new mem- Morgan said that this state's I SMOKED SAUSAGE .
ber was received by baptism.
teacher supply depends upo n
Members and 'friends were en
: keeping its salahy above that of
Jo- tert ined at a social hour at th/.

,',;', hone, of the Training Union Di other states. FIRST ANNIVERSARY I BEEF SALE !

I + ectqr. T. N.: N'orman.in: the Heilronn '
-. ,. Springs section last Saturay Co. C Will Fire

: d night. A fish supper was served At tfft
HO CASH TO STEAL '.-t. Camp BlandingThis ROUND STEAK. tffc C
:" ...:'. i |to the guests, with a soda i Weekend '. I
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: 'IN THIS STORE! :, hour The,':I following.Women's Brotherhood Missionary organiza Uniot. Co. C. 748th Ordnance Bn. w ill T-BONE STEAK LB.

and the ? _
.. tionl met at the church Thursda:r spend this weekend at Cam J -
After meeting landing{ conducting. range fire :j SIRLOIN STEAK
: nigh''. Ma 26. the
.etrefh.Dl t.s were served in. theducatiounaL ; trig. driver tests, and communications
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1 T"''' building. training Other unitsthe 1 rll .
tha Battalion I Co. B 'of Cam:p I FRESH PORK CHOPS OR PORK
are sorry to
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Mr. and Mrs. E. Norman, .1061 tt t Blanding, and Companies A anD D.
of Jacksonville will also tine I lb. I rriu lb. 19c
...f. .., m OWNER MUST KUSING their,morning home by of fire'Ut early" week.:Wednesday Thi- cergo-:! weekend training at Bland BEEc 39c ROAST

; WE BANK'S house! and, contents were a tota I ing.
I loss. Anyone wishing to assis t Most, of the Guardsmen wi:

NIGHT DEPOSITORY!: e ibis family in any way may lean e, spend the weekepd on carbimpistol. e, FIRST ANNIVERSARY PRODUCE SALE !

contributions at Carson Graf f I M-l. and machine EU

:..r", '.""...a.'-. A, store, or with; the correspondenl t:. ranges. Others will attend driv< ALL KINDS FRESH ,:


-:. ,.: V. -' -,..-. Debbie Misses. :Phillips., Sharon and Debra MOE i. and when not communications on the ranges. tra lulus 2 ft 29c t w lb. 10 ,
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: Icy and Patricia and, Eunic i This will be last weekend spei PEAS BANANAS !
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.f Whiiehead left,Monday for Cam P on the ranges prior to attendirsumnjer '
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I '. ..9M,-, Bile d # Po* City, where the J ; field training..at Fo:r1 r .
W invite to do the same, if you'can't, ._._ .. .
you -
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l ', spent the week Stewart, Ga. Jujy 17-:31- PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
bring us your day's, cas,, receipts during. Recent enlistments in Co. C

; our regular banking hours. Start tonighttt .. .' ajTlRCI14.OFSunday G(1D were '$P-4 Charles A. Crosby ar uf I OPEN 6 DAYS. A WEEK -- 7 A.M. to 9 P3L CLO: D ON MONDAY

t school. 10 a. to. Ma rn Carley G. Williamson. .
tug Won lp. U. .. rn., Sundigfrie I'l The' unit Is authorized to a I

ve i1 UI 1 a 7:45; p m, TFW !1 cept enlistments at'this timer itin

t :er lee t e1Y 7:45 p. i Ii .il is expected ,that a, ceiling wb /
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FLooR -- 1 pj yir Mating Prf4 y. ?:45 p, to 'Clain.. placed'on the unit of erm r ;
.t 1P.teu BAPTIST June 30.. Veterans and young m AYE STOCK A COMPLETE
L. -- 'G(MR: AI ttJRj{ (E SUd4/iJ/ .School J 9:45 tr m. Mar n- with a military obligation t re
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visit the tore di s* _
ng = ehlp! U tm lTe t s, urged to armory

t Ora/JNKIOr1_ 1I" O.I04kATIO"."G1ov".UMUUUIIIAIo 01POFTII1ruMC1C0IL Service 7:30 p.m, Prayer Id ia : cuss the jBuard program. .In a 4- fat

recd ..we4net d ay 7:20 pjn. Ever rvhition to earning: from $250 to

I me w,cpa-.Kn.. Jt U. Kpsator. oLt.. 141,000 per year. Guardsmen m ayr
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301 Death Toll Retired w TeachersAre I Third Of Seniors share Florida In Development the construction Commission of the i Summer Schedule 1 I Board Eyes


Honored t ouildins south of Starke on U. S. Starts Monday AssistantFor

10 In 4 Weeks% I,To Enter College :301. It also:; agreed to.Vmatch' I

At SEA MeetTwo county. funds of $$546.50"-for a' At Playground J Jf County AgentContinued

I haidstand driv -wa1.to the build-j I I
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(Continued .",'m Pace 1] long-time Bradford County II Continued from Page Onel) Ing. This money is to be paid in f Archery, arts and crafts, [ From Fate One,

school teachers, who have retired I ry, sports and rifle-I
monthly Installments games
SL jrf $ O0 ,
Johns River i Junior
accident she was on her back College another
way asked
j after more than 30 years V each in : t and tumbling will be the request for more
home to Jacksonville after iPaiatka: Charles Ellis, buddy ea ch. & among for funds with ,which to
goth| e classroom, were honored at a activities offered by the :finances
ing to Gainesville tp pick up her j special meeting of the Bradford Jones, Carol McRae, Linda SmithS Light Plant Supt. RUe jVa5di1l'Nas Recreation in its City pay an assistant to help ,equalize
cap and gown. Graham Conway JlN'Sey b.lD1brell! ni Jo SproW, Harry Stallings.. advised ; Dcpt summer :t
I Education Association Mondaynght. by Counejj that playground program. :taxes. The assistant has previously -
This was tile.rorst of three and Ricky Sunderland. 'I( l received $1,500 has V
funds ; Long requested
were not available Ao put The program will be conducted \\
wiccks that occurred late Friday I Following dinner in the Florida Southern Lakeland::V $2,500 Ito 'permit the assistant -
a
high John Davis ;street lights on the sccron of!each week day from 9:30-11:301: I'I''and
Green Harriett
afternoon in V the same general t Linda .
school cafeteria Sirs. W. H. Hart from 2:305:15 'f to work for a longer period -
m. beginning -
.forth Temple Ave. V p. !
area on 301. I read a tribute to Mrs. Lillie I Powell. nowunder 4. Monday June 13. It is open i In the year at the same salary

A short distance south of where Bridges, elementary school teacher .Brigham Young' University. construction. Wasdin estimated to boys and girls seven through I per month.A .

the fatal crash occurred, Benny t .and BHS Principal H. B. Provo Utah: Robbie Capps. cost of the lights would b< from fourteen old. tentative budet will be presented -

Fclton Morris, 23. of Starke made 1 Ingram reviewed the outstanding Bob Jones 'College., Greenville $2 0,000 to 25000. :;:* All activities years will be supervised to the County Commission

a left turn into the path of a i S. C.,: John Dodd. Council I'01Jtity icj 18.
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contrioutions of Mrs. Ruby Mae authorized the purchasing by a staff consisting of Miss Mar- : again on July

car diiven by Neil David Hall of I Perkins, high school math in- i r U. S. Naval' .Acadenly. Annapolis of uniforms for Uje two garet Rose Duncan and Ray .said Court Clerk. Charles Darby.

Jacksonville. John Albert Wil- Iil j structor. Both letired at the end Md.: Hank Graham. memoeis of new natural T,as de Goldwire. ,

l ams.. 21, of Starke was a pass- of: the 1959-60 school term. Asbury College)) Wilmore, Ky.: partment. .: I Mrrirn OK txTKvnox TO
\ : Several special events will be HKGISTKR FICTITIors NAME
enger in the Morris car and received Mrs. Bridges was present I i Douglas Pat menter Kelley Griffis J Sonia Hunter. City Clerk Edwards was Authorized held during the summer. On each I""' Notice Is hereby riven that the
Rollins
neck Morris College Winter Park undersigned under the provisions
injuries. was ; to from" .
with buy one to tx V
.an orchid corsage and ; new June 14
Tuesday night beginning
a ] "f Chapter :20,923! ; ; Laws of Florida.
charged with failure .to yield number of gifts Mrs. Perkins ( Markley Ann John tity direct ones' costing $15... each. a free movie will be shown for I,Acta of 1)41 will register with the
light of way. I University of Tennessee: Maryoeirel. Gas Clerk ot Circuit Court. in snd for
Utility Supt. Davit
who could not be was I!
present had I l.t l. the entire family. Fridays will be Bradford County, Florid. upon receipt -
.
The other 'accident occurred at eviously been presented with a t told< by the council that this request Family Night for parents andij f of proof of publication of this
the Brooker Highway junction ; Mars Hill College.. N. C.: Perman for another. truck the II011L-e. 'the fictitious name of Plaza
181) number of gifts at Jor children
a.High. School to come to the
t Roberts. play-jj II' I Lodge Motel under which we are
when a tire blew out on a PTA meeting. Three gas department would. be :put into giound and take part In the.H'engaged in bwlnen U. S. ..High

car driven by Frank Thompson I Elden Mathews, who will succeed ,! I IV girls-Clarice Thomas 1 the hands of the city's engineering many activities such as I way. $01- North Starke Florida.
Marjorie Whitehead, and Pat badmtn-I Owners ;Don Watson. Marion R.
Cannon. Jacksonville attorney. J. E. Hobbs V consulting firm Reynolds -
as president of I Anderson ton deck tennis. paddle tennis, Watson, Marshall Watson and Carolyn -
Deputy Russell Redding said the the BEA, was installed at this t :-plan to enter business Smith and Hill of Jackson. table tennis horseshoes, tetherball B. Watson, I. .8. 201 North,
'
college in ksonville. Starke. Fla.:
| Carolyn ville. '
left
car the road and straddleda
meeting. Otheis new officers were i volleyball, and trampolining. Dated this 31st day of Mar, 1>60
ditch, but there were no Injuries Jesse C. Smith vice president 'i-s' |McLeod will enter nurses training Complaining that it is unfair ''I at Starke Bradford COUP'. Florida

to the driver or his two Margaret Peek sechetary and; ,U I at Pensacola. and Frances Zacek for< the city to collect taxes and I Wainwright Park will have supervised :. It: 4t I/J3
; play on Monday, Wednesday ,
at St. Vincent's
passengers. Richard Jockel, treaurer. Lewis Jackson Bales Tetstone Hospital. Jackson- not give services promised a L .
and Friday from 2:00- I
:
I vile, Pearl Lavender and .Delor s resident In the area near Mor :151 W.C1T.cJ.
Hardy plan to enroll in beautician : p. m. and 6:30-8:00: : p. m. .
gan's Barber Shop was told funds .
Rites Saturday Funeral ServicesFor I Park will be supervised during!
courses .Jacksonville.. 0<
not
were available at
to
American Legion Award Winners Thirteen present the same hours Tuesday and ,"CHARACTER 'AND SHAME
Mrs. LennonSet boys from the class build more sewer and water lines

For Infant will leave soon for six months and that service would be givenat Thursday. Richard Dagger will jl DEPART" V. WHEN' WINE COMES

For Friday training with the National Guard. the earliest possible time. be the playground leader in :IN."

Who SmotheredGraveside Each year American Legion and Mrs. W. H. Graham'of They are: Richard Cain, JamescOwar charge of these areas. .fCIIAUCEB.

Mrs. Elvie Newberry Lennon Post 56 awards the American Legion Starke.. ; Daniel Crews, Doyce --S---- V

67. of Staike died Tuesday, June School Medal to the outstanding Brooker Junior High School:: Griffis Jerome Griffis ..t

services were held in 7, in a Jacksonville hospital after boy and girl in the top Willa Mae Tetstone. daughter of Jackson, Glenn Moore, ; Bennie John Sell It Rent It Trade ItWITH 111 HEVI 8; THOUPeoy\ FLORIST ST.

Dyal Cemetery at 10 a. m. Sat- suffering a heart attack while class in the various schools of the Mr. and Mr. George S: Tetstone;;; Stephens, John Wisenant, Paul PHONE: WO- 44185immcnvB
FLOWERS
urday for Kathyrine Christine visiting her' son who lives in county. This medal represents the Hollis Jerome Kelley son of, Dor- Wilkison. Travis Woods WE WIRE FLOWERS AXVWHERB

Weaver, 3'/a months'old daugh- Jacksonville. highest honor awarded to American Is Kelley. Young, and Lamar Tyler., Richard A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED : V' tfchff.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gene
She was a member of the First youth by the American Legion Lawtey Junior High: Jackie Julius Kowatch will the
join
Weaver of Route 2, Starke who Baptist Church. Her parents were and is given to the students Bales, daughter of Mrs. Martha Navy Mike Reddish .Vew V and 1i'0. BALE

suffocated in her crib last Thursday the late Thomas and Faraba who display the outstanding Bales; Ronald Kimbrell., son of r and Roy. Morgan plans the enlistment Army; XKMOR1ALS ANn HEgQUmoyg j .. _.__ hO. 4 (,'"f. !""' W.rSO Drive way Used pipe,Building. 15* lengths Supplier$1.25per

morning. Weeks Newberry. qualities of. honor, courage Mrs. E. C,,\Johns. in the Paratroops WORDS OR LESS, O.e Y..ert... (Mlml... Chmncrt __ _. .n foot.E-olldlng See aID Sappllea.)- Jackson. Jackson tfch-

The' child was accidentally Services will be in the First scholarship, leadership and service Starke Elementary: Gwen Lewis Linda Norman will be *

smothered when a quilt that had Baptist Church at 10 a. m. Friday in their daily lives. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bell Telephone Co. in employedwith Gainesville EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER M __ 4e Per W.rt SINUBR SEWING MACHINE _

been; placed around the crib fell ; June 17. Rev. Lewis D. The School Medal Award program Ovid Lewis; Jimmy Douglas, son Seventeen other girls are 20% DI8COVTIT Otf REPEAT WSERTIOXS SANK AD Co.representative&ondafa'an4.WJI.Fridays..tIe in Bradford For .service

on her during' the.night. The mother Haines will officiate. is carried on nationally by of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil -Douglas. Ieeking.secretarial 25e ADDITIONAL 'FOR BLIMP; ADS OR ADS ROT PAID 171 ADTA5C9 on any make machine writ

:said that she was up at 2 Burial will follow the services t the Americanism Commission of Southside Elementary: Janet I seven want miscellaneous positions work.; and or 40!call'N, Marion!Singer! -St.Sewing. or Machine Phone 8S9 Co.,

a. m. with the babY. and when and will be In the family plot in the American Legion. Parmenter, daughter of Mrv and The.. career of housewife is WE HAVE a new Wn'program for FOR SALE Lakedty.. V yii. TfckjfFOR
she got again' at daylight she also farmers. Loam o( 1 to S year Heady mix: : concrete, concrete block;
up Crosby Lake The following students received Mrs. Henry Pannenter Jeffrey -
Cemetery. DeWitt C. : '
V Attracting .its share or recruits for the entire credit requirements f'OUC ., fence posts sand.. cement. REXT-fci: 'furnished cottqe-
found the child dead with the Jones Funeral Home will be in : the awards for the 1959-60 school Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Five girls have married since of the farmer and his family. Motar mix rock steel oyster shell V suitable for bachelor ,or single lady.

quilt on,top of her., charge. I term: B. Jackson. Gainesville Production Credit LHierock and Roof GraveL Phone Newly decorated and very attract.
graduation and three others plan Association. (20 Worth Main, WO4-2S21. Bradford Engineering V ively furnished :and convenient .See11rH.
Kathyrine Christine was born Survivors Include: two daughters -' Bradford High School: Kathleen Hampton Elementary; Marcia early weddings. Gainesville, Fla. V tfchRADIOS C t.. tfchg E. P. -Reiner; Ill -, McMahon

Feb. 19 in Starke. Besides her Mrs. Hazel Tomlinson of l Conway, daughter of Mr. I Griffis, daughter Mr. and" Mrs. : phone WO 4-6744.' tfchg

parents 'she is survived by her Chamblee. Ga. and Mrs. Margaret and. Mrs. Lacy Conway; William 'John B. Griffis; Wayne Hersey; All Kake -REPAIRED AU KrttUM Complete T"ee Service SALESMAN. WANTEP Full or

paternal great grandparents, Mr. Bronstein of Jacksonville. Henry Graham in. son of Mr. i! son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey Starke ..be Charce* gvamte.. part time. Commission .bails.) Call
SurveyorIs SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV HObart
84781Vatdo; for' appointment
and Mrs .Oliver Underbill of Three sons: Luther J. of Jacksonville V V 'laia Greet Owaer Pruning Bracing De-Moss- Jim Toney 'House. !2tchg'-8|
Route 2. Staike: paternal grandparents Three Teachers 412 E.- Van ,St. Pho.. WO -8001.
Charles D. of Leesburg Stroke Fatal toj Cavity Work Tree Removal
$Btuke FU. LOST iti' 0'hlack
Zr.e << arid
Mr. and Mrs. Oryn A. V _
and Harold K. Lennon. Jupiter Receive ,Grants I ConvictedContinued Transplanting tan female calhuahaa long and

Weaver of Tarpon Springs: and V COLONIAL FLORIST Sapp's Tree short hair mixed.\ Answers to name
maternal grandparents, Mr. and Fla.One V For Summer StudyThree O ily F.: T. D. FlorUt. In V Starke.. Surgeons Penny; Rew.of.C". 'Sanderj,
V
sister, Mrs. Lillie Booherof To Angelo Meli Flower wired any. place. Flowers PETE SAP, Owner WO 4-M31.' V .4tchy_CUt
Mrs Walter. Pride of Zanesville Ocala [ for all occasions locally. Phone
,
and one brother,. Everett From Pare One
Bradford .
Ohio. High science W o 4-6291. lOt East Nona St. tfchg STARKE PHONE U'O3963 F'OR BALE ..T Large. 1 room bodes
R. Newberry of Jacksonville teachers have' received grants to I "came out with with ample 'grounds. Excellent .locatloq. -
Rev. J. H. Mabry, pastor of the and five grandchildren. some wild talk Call mornings JVO 47051.
attend summer school from the Angelo Melt, 71.. owner ,of the I about he'd lost his boltle- that's FOR nE FaroUbed apart- 4tchiIt
Madison: Street .Baptist Church, ments. Reasonable rates.. Near ______
National Science Foundation. Meli Motor Court north'of St ike ,what he
was mad about.
officiated at the graveside rites. i I He also shopping center. Phone WO 92011orWO ATTENTION
in, of' Funeral Richard H. Jockel, biology instructor on, 301, !died after 4Uffed r: L|i WiL the'dhad: hin ,a., little drinlfor : 4-0771.evening or.! call _t. SJ.3. '
Arrangements were charge
; Tuesday will attend'the University stroke Thursday morning. 4 two and S. Cherry St (Sljeii OU Co. Office.) : ALL JFOX HUNTEBS
was to .
tending his
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. tfcbg ,
For Lester Johns of Florida this summer for He was pronounced dead on arrival I own business."

eight weeks study in the field of at Bradford County Hos State .Trooper R. L. Adkins Sr. You are 'wanted' to Join the
At Long BridgeHenry HASTINGS Jradford
advanced biology. pital. and MATTRESS County For Hunters
R.
Billy Parnell
then
de'J'uty
a
Autopsy Report Harland. .A. Sprow, mathematics Services conducted by FatherConnie constable, said a nearly & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Association which will meet the
Lester of New emp f Irst
Johns 83.
instructor will attend Ober- Dougherty will be in the ty, half-pint Friday night In.each monthat
whiskey bottle 710 L St. .
River, died was moD. PaLttka
InMa Death Saturday
morning the
: lin College in Oberlin.' Ohio to Catholic Church in Starke V Saturday -' in 'Anthony's car. community center! in The-
$ after an extended illness., Born in They said Anthony Furniture Repaired r ssa, at 7:30: p.m. AJ1 fox hunters -
take courses in calculus and the morning at 9 a, m. Burialis staggered and fell when he Uphol

Cecil Alack, Starke Negro who Biadford County on Nov. 13. theory-of algebra. The Sprow 1 in Crosby Lake Cemetery with] tried ,to walk. Patrol Sgt. C. N. stered & RefinishedMATTRESSES are welcome 'whether you
1876 he the of late
the
was son have
dogs or .not- Adjoining
was found dead beside a remote family will reside in Norwalk,, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeIn MacWilliams also testified thatnthonywas
William REBUILTNew V
Newton and Julia
dirt road Sunday. May 29, did not Sapp Ohio while he is. in school this I charge. A drunk. countIes'll6O Invited.' If' interested,
V Johns. He was a retired farmer call WO 4-8502. .
die of strangulation. This was the : summer. Survivors include his wife'S Mabry Futch, a'Lake Innersprings '
and a member of the Long Bridge City For.Expert Tree Surgery Call Our V S
i 3-tp 6-9
information given State's Attorney ]::Christian Church. Charles' P. Cowen, instructor of Mary; two sisters, Mrs. Rose San- school principal who witnessed. and Box Springs Agent

T. El Duncan as a result of an ;I Surviving are his widow :Mrs., physics and chemistry, will enroll filippo. Italy, and Mrs. Cannel the crash tstified that Anthony Drop Us a Card or Call 2 21 N. Temple -Phone WO 4-8965
,
autopsy performed on the Negro's i i!! in.Converse College, Spartanburg, I Sanfilippo Bronx N. Y.;, one tried to fight, him and another PALATKA 5-9166 OUT OP'STATE

throat by Dr. Robert Klein Ala- I''Julia Whitehead Johns: three S. C. where he will study advan- brother, Antonio Me!. Italy. man after the wreck, EA loft .V RESIDENT.
daughteis, Mrs. Juanita Andrews, SALE New and used I
I ced biology. Cowen's family will 6TARKS WO 4-593i
chua County medical examiner. Lake Mr. Melt was originally from The driver of the' truck, Roy FLUMBLVG FIXTURES. Gainesville Wishes to move' I to Florida 12
Butler
Mrs. Flora Bell
Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish I\ ; also accompany him and" residein Sicily. He moved here In. 1949from Lee Crews. a 26-year-old deaf 9 111$. rEGOy'SIL\T.Y.V.c. Starke, Heating & Plumbing Hawth- yean Auto Soles and Service.
Rivers Auburndale; and Mrs. South Carolina orne Road &: SB 18th St. 9tchg 7/28
for the
caid there 'was no e vidence of Agnes K. Mann, Ocala: four sons sum- New V Jersey. ... mute; testified through an Interpreter 4feol S Now' :In minaferoent 'position.Exeelttat .
foul play In connection with mer. that be was driving about 'OR RENT 4 room brand new ,
references. Consider
Emory M. and Bealand B. Johns, house ISO per mo. Call WO 4-7051.
Mack's death, which was apparently both of New River; William N. i { Garden Loses V 45 ,miles an hour' and had his Itchg anything Write t Jack Freeman,
causes. School Board I lights; on when he ONE FLACK STEER. -Owner "
may
natural
from was
i I struck by ; Box 71!, Independence Kansas.
,
Johns of Alachua; and Alvin P. Its First Game Anthony's nave" for proof of ownership and I Iobt. FOR RENT4 room unfurnished
Johns, Hampton; one brother, A. Has Quiet MeetingThe car about dusk. All eV Contact Bradford County apartment. 404 Lake St. Call WO 4494. 4tp.-. -23COIft
In Three Years other witnesses agreed that the V telegraph. JtQhg Paul Faulk- ;; Itchg V
Midget League E. Johns. Tampa; and a sister I eastbound truck nE stayed in
Mrs. Loca Allen, Los Angeles, County School Board accepted its I V V Call WO 4-9374 If you.are planningon 'E.XT :TO If-DIXIE
Calif.; 15 grandchildren and the new. Bradford High L Garden Restaurant went downto own traffic lane before the crash.. FOR. RENT $ room house $:'(0mo. I sending child to kindergartenIn I.V! ftTARKE
Season onL' 8 361 at Hitch's V
Opens I' k'ruit& i September. Mama
Priest.
Anthonywas 'sentenced' : If :you desire, a business of
School defeat for the to 15 :your
seven great grandchildren. Auditorium as being substantially first time In years In the Jilt Shop south of Starke.' Ztchgr,\ Jtchg7/2.I own. this la what you have been
j! in action three years of local competition'I State Prison for l
complete L looking for. Takes only a small
Funeral services held at jj
FOR SALE
The Jaycee's Midget Baseball were j I taken at its regular meeting Mon I last Tuesday night when Corn I breaking and entering in 1919 and. Priced AHls-Chalmer tractor. 8 ACRE FARM cash investment, few hours a.
J
reasonable.
2:30: p. m. Tuesday at the Long I j to 20 Eugene Pearson, 1 Mile North of City Limits of Star day of your lira and
league! kicked off its season with I Bridge Christian Church with day. pany C beat them 12-9 years on another breaking. Uwtey.: Pliona, biory 2-SM3. Ztp 8j>> ke, :3: bedroom house, modern conveniences good monthly moo me.pete You you must a
down Starke'a The and entering charge in 1932. tome out buildings and see this poln-operated) laundry to
an open car parade I State Department of Education Camp Blanding then repeatedthe
I Rev Fred Dodd officiating. Burial -I I FOR SALE fruit trees. A real buy at 16,600.00. appreciate-. its Beautiful and it
main street Wednesday. was in the family plot in Sapp has yet to finally approve process Thursday night to $4200.00 down, $74.00 per month on only take liP9,! ? saab! to" make &

The season's first day saw the !I the new building. County School I V whip the.Garden team by a score 301 LAFAYETTES balance.A. your 'own.
Cemetery at New River with De- City Accepts J. Thom.". Rriltcr' Call J ckMon IUe, FLi* or
league's four teams in a doubleheader ] j I Witt c. Jones in charge of ar- Superintendent H. P. Morgan uof! 5-3. The win gave CampBlanding BEDROOMS write: Pu1E. fly, Econ-o-Wash
I I:says the department would probably first place in. the league V ENTIRE HOUSE IN A-l FOR RENT Two story modem Inc. P. '0. Pox, III Jax. 7. Florida.
Starke Builder's Supply rangements. II Asphalt Bid tarm home on U. S. SOI. All modernconveniences. 4t /I28One
i give its approval "in a i for the second half of play. CONDITION Call WO 4401.V ;; ,
defeated the Community StateBank I
I week or so." In other last 1fchg! three beilr. o { bonjf close in
played
5-1 in the first Florida L- Legion Installation i V games [Continued From $9,000V nice and clean, Good neighbors.For .
fame. i The only other action taken by i week Blanding trounced Waldo I Page One] FOR SALE-Equity In 3 bedroom Sale pr Rent, 6. me for tbla

Pest Control took the second i Of New Officers ; the School Board Monday was there 22-3 and the Lions Club and Council also FINANCING CAN BEV: like house in Starke. $709 down. Reel and other prQPJ, I'I.! E. W. Hayes.
discussed rent. Write Milton. Mosber. E'oxt :
I V 243 W. -Madison fit. ,
game 5.4 over Phillips 6$. !| Set For Tuesday !! pPointment of the county's Waldo played to a 1010'tie ing radio equipment for purchas.V V ARBANGEQ !, Hampton Fla. :tp' 62.3 ftp lit
city
Thursday the Builder's Supply 1 t 23 school bus drivers. which will be'p1 .yed .off at.. a police' department. Heretofore the (Call, owner at EV S-008S in FOR RENT 3 bedroom concrete FOR 8 'J.E .-So> Bike <6. u.

played Pest Control and Friday r American Legion Post 56 will I !:I School bus drivers receive sal later date.Schedule. city police were on a radio hookup Jacksonville; 1219 V Beasselaer block unfurnished house, utility: cellent make. Johpie condition.Hansen Price ,$20.P. ,Popular O. Box

the Bank team played Johns bi::1. [II hold its annual installation of of.: J tance ary commensurate which they with drive the each dis-: for this week: with the county, but the Federal OPEN SUNDAY, 1-5 room WO carport-"75 or'0 fenced 4-4511.back fueLCall I 107. Starke., phone. HO 5-2881.. ItVut

All games will be played on the \:ftcers Tuesday night June 14, at'''I maximum is Friday. June 10: Co. C 'V S. Communications Commission 2 tp illS :, FOR REKT > furnished 2
The $175
Pratt Street diamond. Game time I j:8 p. m. A box chicken supper will] month..month but some drivers. may per receive Camp Blanding 7:30.: S has ordered the sheriff's depart- AVON CALLING FOR SALE ( week old pIp $1 9 bedroom |homes liD'and'JJtarkt and per Key.stonejIghtt mo.-

13 5:15: p. m. I I be .served to members of the Post I'i as little as $20 per month Tuesday June 14; Lions Club ment to either change frequencies AVON CALLING tor mature #*. Jampi Snina. Rt. ? Starke. Itp I Call owner evening i( WO 4-mi.

:for transporting Just a few children vs. Garden Restaurant at 7:0: 0.o r lower the power of the one it women who wish to. earn $10 a FOR RENT bedroom unfurnished itehg tfZ3uAKEVlEW

to school. Camp Blanding vs. Waldo. 9:00: is now using by August 1. and the day part time. We train. you Aoues newly decorated Inside BEACH A COTTAGES

I RADIO DISPATCHED I Thursday, June 16; Lions Club city is'going to have. to' get radios Write Quida C. Sweat P. O. Box: and DeVoe.out.840$29 W.per.Ad mo.king Apply St. Smith Itp Electric kitchen. Reserve yours
; % fish.;Call Waldo
now. Swim picnic
of itsdm: 540
and their wives from 1 to 8 p. m., vs. Camp Blanding. 7:00.: Waldo Live Oak,V Fla. V HO 9-25. or see Mrs, A. Comer,
1 accordmg to an announcement by I The Civil. Defense Department I Earteton. Pla altchg f-t:
Co. .
vs. C
I 9:00.:
. MUST IELr-.t .. ..
ASERVICE y. .ra abed
I Seeber 'j I will, pay Tialf the cost of thecitY"SradiOi'Up.'to
the outgoing Commander V cMtalBlaff approximately 5O ,- FOR RENT XiBgsley Lake t
I D. Goodman. : 5000.. : But; the eoe (fire tmmtTtt tll......) er room furnished house; Gas juidee-
..re. Hybrid fUhUjr OTMIM fer'' tricity. Very reasonable Stars and
I I Members are urged .to bring Voting Casualty 1 city'.wantS transistorized equipment 1200. Call W-.4U" 4-aiTI er visit I S Stripes phone LE S-tTtl._Itchy
!their wives for the installation !'lTo 1 ., which only two companies, 117 E. Br "Mlee $t.V Starke. after,
:meeting and a discussion will beheld Cost Board .l -t lt RCA and OEi:snake..The civil defense trfM .. 'w. V FOR RENT -4 room nicely furnished

on the proposed organization|1A Doctor's Bill I Ii | department not pay if ''OR RENT Email furnished- BESSEXT MANOR V couple house.or with Newlrjt&cerated.an infant "child.For InQuire a-

of a Post Auxiliary.V i all companies which manufacture: 'louse. Suitable for couple. R. W.nn"n. Drive out Ea t Can Street. turn left 131 !>I. Thompaon_ .St. Itchg
BIT itl. TUIfoM. on B 8sent Road. See.Fol' Sale Sign
:1 i
New officer:; to installed, are A ballot box has resulted ,lri aj]
I Kenneth Grider, post commander L- doctor's bill for the Bradford bid for the sale. FOP.' SALE Corn for freezers or and call me for price and term. bath on Peterson R4. near new
SALES *>7 truck load t cent per ear at Get first ehotce. Large lota pavement school! Phone WO l-2Sf}, Mrs. 3.w. .
; Ray Stone. 1st vice commander County Commission. But, said Clerk ,Edwards, the 'he field. Ancel Norms. Rt 2 Pox city utUitiei. This Is gains y"v"ti,.' V itchy
; Bill "Tilley; 2nd vice The Commission has agreed 'to I district civil defense directorfrom ID7-4. Heilhrnnn Bwtfnn. Itp. to be the center of Stark,'. fineatresidential "
JackSonvilleArthur area. FOR RENTi ft, ho se trafter.
SERVICE commander; George Pierce Ad[ fool the bill for Mrs Virginia Melvin FOR RENT KlBgrttey\ Lake 2 Can be Ilvtd anywher Phone
: 7 s making arrangements for the Bedroom .&. i. n.....- Bealtr WO 4.UM. I.. 11 White, ttthg tnt
::; jutant;: Al Crosby, service officer; Shannon who suffered, a lacer a.1 ; ,. *k. F..wholc summer weeks tare left by Contact the a 3 .V. Ttmfle Jive. TeL WO 4-S791 V
tcity
to the
acquire .transistorized
Lee historian Bill Soto
% Jinjmy ; I
ted hand while ballot
placing her M. H. William 504 E. (dklotarkp. FOR SALE Registered Angus
: : and Ray Chance sergeant-at- in a metal ballot.box at the.couth 'eQuIpment: The council authorIzed or nhon WO 4.5211.. tfMigLOST bulls and heifers. AIM sirerat kindsof
ac4yicToa: ]
arms; H. :II. Rabb. chaplain; Bob Starke voting place! j Edwards to advertise for bids One pair of pactaclf. a. ha.*. Phone WO .-U 2tch l. ?J.White. 1:11:P.

Benner, finance officer T. C. las scion as Melvin okays the ac- ..
; -w ut 2 w' .ta ."It Return t LA.-
STEREO a HADIO ; The box was nearly full vixen/
WOodland SERVICE ON tion. V FOR RENT f room furnished!
-.nce Lailf Kcntonr I1eigi'ph
Hazen and H. A. Jr.
SALES A U7A1SS I Bishop e t- Mrs Shannon cast her vote andi 'Council q-.......... ,. C'tl ,- house, acre of land. Convenience
4-69O1 ALL MAKES ecutive committeemen. her hand became stuck In the also authorized the Phone WO *-otn, Mrs. Mae..Jordan.mH .
; Officers will be installed by i I purchasing of a $75 auxiliary generator ,- WlfT" W.NT'T) ,- f'r ..,rd ...-1 l. S ". ..at V;'', It. ltt
slot the Commission was to]1d. About 11 >i"ur. >.3klr, T... H.Pedlrd fuw .
i Past Post and Department Commander 1- t f to operate the radio b1 FOP.LE-Ho ae" trailer Z8 ft FOR BALE10 bta cows
-'I 1e3 W. )I'H''t'"ner' : A fl'S 'I. '
SHEPHERD W I A' J Thomas Jr. She cut her hand while removingit case of'a power failure oran emergency V 1tft$: with shower and toilet $ iq.oe. 4 with calves at side; Felix$ Sapp, Rt.
> other clean unusual values SUi I to p p., 11!. hrk".. V Its
I A report' on the annual State from the ballot box. ThV ;f $7S Lake Geneva Trailer S
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V M. r.PierhowskL
___ DgN.o: n_ _|B E CAU STAIKE. doc for ui-i. Mre. Park.'a -
-- I Convention will be given by the jury was not serious. ; :t. Council authorized theV pay Rt 3 Box; 4J-D. Stub mi. southeast Keystone tig FOR SALE --, Pah- Cblhuahu
... eht'of IIP Rt 109. ltd short hair doga S. E. Gtijer. 1 mile
attended.
delegates who .11 $1,453.50 for ita final
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STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960


I Keystone Realtor extinguishing a debt by equal u AaAAALAAAAkkAAAAAAkAAA

i payments at regular intervals. I
Discusses Terms '
1 I Appraisal'- An estimate of. MELROSE
J That May Confusebrief quantity quality, or value of pro- ,

.. perty.. I U\'auyce Kothhammer
study of a few unfamiliar ucrowA deed or other in-, l1r. :, ..rrC
Ii words frequently heard dur- strument delivered to a disinter :: LL.JUA1tiUka&Ut6.
ing real estate transactions will ested third person to be held un- Melrose GraduationJ.

5,} z s G 3se iWit. I,dispel some of the mystery that til fulfillment of some act or con- I wz w.k Wayne Reitz, president of
seems to surround home purchases dition. f the University of Florida gave a
I S. E. McKay, president of Lien-A hold or claim upon the I June 2 commencement address
(the Bradford-Clay Board of property of'another 'as securityfor for 24 graduates of Melrose High
Realtors,, has pointed out. some debt or ch rge. School.
I Some of these terms that often Deed-A formal. written instru- President Reitz pointed out
'1 puzzle the layman are defined el- ment by hich. title to real pro- jll, { that although the future seems
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f.'f 1r r Follows: perty is conveyed from one persons frightening at times, it also holds ,'

1I I Mortgate-A conveyance of real to another. greater promises than ever, be*
property given as security for1 Mr. McKay said that the Brad- fore. He urged the graduates to
I. JS }t I payment of a debt or, the fulfill- ford-Clay oard is affiliated with t 4: 's ET get as much education as possi-

ment of some obligation. the National Association of Real ble to prepare them for the fu-
1 Equity-The interest value that Estate Boards with 67,000 mem- ,
in owner has in real estate over bers throughout 'the country, ture.The valedictory address was
and above the mortgage indebted- pledged by a strong code of eth- tw 'tit given by Miss Beth Pierce and
ics to render their .clients "pro- ,' the salutatory address was by
ness.Amortization -The process ofof fessional. honest service" Miss ,Pat Preston. Bill Pace gave

>r+ : Keystone Heights for interest Leona Ridaught, Viola Ridaught, the president's address..

in their school and for assisting' Roberta Sibley, Ruby Lane Smith, Sign Up For Summer ProgramEarl graduates,Diplomas by were Mrs.presented Loubell to Tyre the

the faculty in setting up a high i Jo Wildt Von ille Williamson Long, Putnam County School

school curriculum. Next year Bernice Brune Stenna Logsdon, K. (cherry, 'director of the i I sters, Mr. Cherry said. Registration Board member.
keystone will have : Carolyn Hayes, Johnny Allen Lamar ,
Heights a
summer recreation program at j will continue through Monday The Baccalaureate message
: ninth and tenth grade. As soon Hill Johnny Martin, Richard I
i:1: I McMur- Keystone',Heights, and his assist-,-I I (Continued on Page 11))
as all 12 grades have been acquired i i Monneyham, Jimmy ant Miss Charlene Dennis [right ,
at the school, it will. be ac. I try, Herbert Nelson Jr., Frank are shown registering a group of ;! I
credited. I Nooney, Ernie Parker, Eric Red- early birds for the activities''
Schaeffer, and Har- Year 'Round Air
Mr. Cherry then .presented the fearn. David which will begin Monday June I Conditioning
old Snellen.
I awards and made citations for
13, at the play-ground park.
the various accomplishments of Rev, J. R. Smith gave.the I HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM
Clean-Up Drive Extended Through June 18Fire I boys and girls throughout the en- benediction', and the class marched Waiting tQ register [clockwise I \,
tire school. out to the recessional playedby from Mr: Cherry] are: Mira Mur- .

: Diplomas were presented to /29! Mrs. StalUngs.CHURCH '. ray, Ginny Campbell Carolyn FOR AS $ 5 00 PER'I..ITI'LE
Chief T. B. Millican Heft], and beautify all public parks, J:irovements. It gained' impetus NEWSSt. AS WEEK
:graduates by Mr. Tynes who represented Hayes, David Schaeffer, Dwight
and Volunteer Firemen W. L.. buildings, streets, recreationalareas v rith the endorsement of the William's Catholic M
i the county office, Mitchell": White, Mike
Ownbey, and Charles Mc6lave i and any other 'property I 1(Chamber of Commerce.In I I Forty Hours Devotions will be Mickey
forces to shine' Receiving diplomas were: ,Carol Ziks. Mike Murrhee, and David KEYSTONE HTS.
join put an extra normally under the care and a double-page ; Starke CALL REDFEARN
cooperative JoAnn held at St. Edward's in
on the town's new fire truck as maintenance, of the town. idvertisement in this ':Campbell Cheryl Cherry Burkhalter. .. ,,
section, Dasher, Davis Carolyn For-: starting this weekend. The various '
their contribution to the all-out Particular <, Is IsI Becky
emphasis sbeing
I keystone merchants endors- William's Activities will be varied enoughto
are Linda Hill, families of St. par-
sythe Reba Hall FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Clean-up Drive now under way made on the enforcement of the i i -
ng antj pledging their' support .Marlene Linsen, Linda Oglesby, (Continued ,on Page 11)) appeal to all school age young
in Keystone Heights ordinance concerning burning and e I ii the drive.
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extended through Saturday June Beasley suggested in his cleanup
'18, to give everyone ample opportunity proclamation that "to facilitate -I
to' participate.} He removal all trash should be ,.
praised the spirit of cooperationthat. deposited at a point where it is ,
had been shown b)r ,ownersof easily available to your town 1 D4cn't Slip U !

business well-as residential trucks." I ;
property, and predicted that the 'The .'civic improvement and I
drive would be the tpoatsiFcctssful \ ; beautification program originated j I
In the town's history.. with a study and recommendations -I
The Mayor said that city em- by the Keystone Heights |
ployees are undertaking.clean Citizens Committee on Civic ImKEYSTONuLjGHLIGNTS I

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Register For Reading'Club noon from 3 to 5 p. m.. or on FREEZER ONLY A

Boys and" girls wishing .to join I Wednesday morning. June 15, at

the Smoky Bear Reading Club, 9:30.Members: t FEW LEFT
but have not yet registered, are of the Reading Club .
will be in the 1st to the 6th-grade I __ < AT THIS _
asked .to do so on Monday after- (fiiiI.
age grouP. For excellent' readers,!
there are books at. the 7th grade I LOW PRICE!

level. This'program is in conjunc- I I 7.111
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It will run from'June 13 ry -_
through August 5. If. on August .
E ,5, a child has read ten books, he _

will receive a certificate. So hurry I|!' Bookshelf Door Storage vl YOUR CHOICE I
and register now or you wont'have ,
time to read those books. l 4 l

YOUR HOME,' Incidentally, the registration Regular to 264.95
l and the meetings will of course I 'Fast1 Freeze Shelves! ; I .

|lTHRU! YOUR be Library held at the Woman's Club I'j 19995 ,i.. ,'

Awards Night Held t'' Fully Guaranteed Quality -_ ., NO TRADE NEEDED
_Awards Night was held at the i : ;1 ,
fURNACEl'1! ( E $10 Down-$2 Week
Community: Church on Monday "I II iili #
evening for the eighth grade i w.. ; ; Never before a sale like this! Now You can own your
I \). graduating class. 1 Full Range Cold Control t choice of either the Wizard 14 Upright or 15' Chest Freezer ,

,'bim* The boys were handsome and for the low, low price of only $199.95 with terms tailored

.l the girls were radiant in their Jflj s to fit any budget! Both hare the same dependable Wizard

graduation gowns as they filed in! FREE $200 Food Protection Policy t : .. j I quality and features. Space-saving modern "S qx uare-Flair"
while Mrs. Starlings .. ; zf +
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construction full
sweat.proofVonderwall" range
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played the processional.The q temperature control. Famous Tecumseh "Thrift-Temp"
invocation was given by ) five lock and keys, auto-
sealed system guaranteed years ,
Dr. A. C. Holt, Community I ,;
@IIRYS k'' 'I matte interior light.
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Mrs. Robert Hendry A

sang the Lord's Prayer with Mrs. .., ;. 7 Wizard Master 21 Ft.
James Hetherington at the or- r r

*SUMmer>' :.; gan.The welcome address was given'by t.L ..1'i' i L. ; t/s'f 3 CHEST FREEZER

,cooling i Reba Hall, class president.I! ,
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Cheryl Cherry, the valedictorian, I .
NOW' NEW I1UQO? spoke on "What the Future. : I
........ HoMsl" I, 737-lb. Capacity Full Featured
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.i Earl Cherry. School Principal I <. i 4 I r A = "Super Market at a Thrifty Price for largest

introduced special guests i in the I I families. ORDER TODAY for Special Sale
audience.Including A- E. Anthony I

REDFEARN'SKeystone and W. Bryan Jennings, whois I Price Easy Terms. ,
from Mlddleburg. He also introduced I

Heights Jess. Tynes County Supervisor ,, -1 a ; -,,,., ; e'x'fi71T -
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of Educational Instruct) I I +.', ..a. r .> iPl !<: : No Trade Needed, Reg. $339. 5
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:ones are 'gon .Pretty homesltes.are always an Investment. I f : $10 Down $2.7.5 Week
Remember: too TODAY'S OFFERINGS ARE TOMORROWS. I i : : : ; .

LOST, OPPORTUNITIES.- .1 hYtlObdtOJ3. {1. ; :ff' "We Service; What We Silt"

Need A lIo With Low Down Payment? II
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,We are more than pleased to note this commendable ," ,
BELOTE. DRUG.. STORE : I. ,_ '>' $
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LET'S MAKE KEYSTONE MORE BEAUTIFUL UP 'WHILE YOU CLEANUP. :
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COMPAl'Y' CLAY Come in Today!'
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WALRATH INSURANCE COOPERATIVE .
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Cooperate City
v i ? T '**! -* l Keystone Heights Is Growing. i 'What's Good For Keystone. Heights

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Cleaner More Orderly Town. Is Good ,
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We are proud to say that we are expanding S "

KEYSTONE.. PLUMBING COMPANY .'- : ',' /' our facilities to keep pace with the'growth ,WE'RE BACKING THE CLEAN-UP' DRIVE! .
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'f'" of the community. But our growth must'be' @t" f"' '''''. '
S II. L. OWNBEY > orderly must "" WALKER'S SERVICE
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*That is why we wish every success to theWe ,_.._.>*
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Commend The Cleanup( Drive And Pledge : :. .
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Our Cooperation ,.:, : LET'S MAKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! 'SO PRETTY

.-,. KEYST01 WATER WORKS I Inc. I. AND'CLEAN OUR 'SUMMER ':VISITORS''WlLL. .
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'CLEAN-UP-WEEK! Now Is The Time To Beautify'HOMES :
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,\< KEYSTONE CLUB, ESTATES ." : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS x CAN BE i. BOTH ',OuV SPECIALTY" ....;. STEAKS. AND :RAKE'>GOODS 1c 1\\

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had to undergo surgery, but Sunday night. how the pastorium/at the High Florida last week. Mrs.: Futch j II ALVAREZ1 STORE hlen'Clothing ]

BALDWIN% seems to be getting along nicely. Mrs. Cora Mizelle of Pearson land Church had 'grown in one \ stopped in Quincy with her 1! Established 1894+

Vacation Bible School is being Ga.' visited last week with her week.. Seems'' that the men who brother and Mrs. Roberts with 1 -

By JIlL C. B. Nolan held this week at the Baptist son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and had promised to1 work were present By Enza Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Jr.

Churches. There is & good attend-, Mrs.. C. V. O'Berry and family.Mr. this tim i.''The rafters are in Tallahassee. "Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Tone "
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V A '..&.&.&.......&U. AIGladaation ance and they have more workers and Mrs. C. B. Nolan arsons up and it .looks like one or two !u++AuCommencement.A &4 A4A4 .. 6 Mrs. Charles H. Tyndall and

Exercises this year also. Parades were.held had as their guests over the more days work. 'will have the Exercises sons were Friday overnight guests JIM TONEY HOMES $1495 and

Held: Monday Night Friday afternoon and Saturday. weekend Mrs. W. A. Cannon and roof on the building. Twenty-two graduates of Law of her p'arents.Mr. andMrs. De-

A large crowd attended graduation morning. Mrs. G.. M. Beach., Mrs. Vina Martin' and children tey Junior High School received vine and Buddy. up

: exercises at Baldwin High Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McKen- and J, T.,Padgett.and family, all certificates in the annual: com Mrs. W, O, Rhoden of Ocala MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $37.50No

School Monday night when 29 ; dree and family of Tallahassee i r. ...arnnTr.rr.lrntr.nIVIAXYILLE of Lawtey, visited 'their parents mencement exercises last Thurs visited during the weekend with I
have returned home after spend at Clay Hill over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwrightand i
day night in the school
seniors received their diplomas. auditornum. I
ing a week with Mr. and Mrs.Pasco Our sympathy goes to Bootsie; family. She came especially !
Inspiring addresses were delivered :
Fouraker. Cannon and family of Maxvillein to be preJent at the christening I
H. B.
vale- Ingram, principal of
by Jimmy Higdon,
Mrs. w. D. Brinson, Sr. has returned the ,loss of their son, whose Bradford I of Lisa Ann. small daughter of.I
'dictorlan, \ ; Melba Greene, salutatorian 'n. High School, made an:
By1rs. C. Nolan
hcme after spending a funeral was held Sunday'at Long Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban, and
and four members of the inspiring commencement
week with relatives in Columbia, Branch. granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robin- t AAAA A A&*&* aOA*AAA A A& and certificates
graduating class, Mary H. were address'l
S. C. While there she attendedthe Nellie Wilkinson has been on H. C. Wainwright and Mr. and

:eon, Mary Jane McCraw Pam. graduation of her niece Miss The whole, community of Max- the sick list for several days, and by School Superintendent Mrs. Ed Durban. The christening
Morgan. Rev. A. E.
.Lucas, and William Lloyd. ville is Massey offer
Cornelia Whisenhunt from the deeply grieved this week Bill Pendarvis.ia'still in the hot ed the invocatio'n ;,took place in the Methodist
included "TheXord's and the Glee
Musical numbers
the
Columbia over loss of little fiarl., Cannon morning with
College. pital.. Mrs. Ruth Marr was able 1 to Church Sunday
Club, with Mrs.
: Prayer" sung by Mrs. Mar W. F. Moore "athe
We are all glad that Mrs. J. A. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. be in services again last Sunday.; i Rev. A. J. Adams officiating. I
ilyn Patterson, and the recessional piano, sang selected numbers.
Clark was able to return home Bootsie Cannon, who passed away Due to the. severe illness of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Appleby of
played by Phil Koonce. The American Legion medals, for Money Down No Charge For Travel
last
Thursday after I -
last week from a Jacksonville a lengthy Sonny Griffis' daughter, the:services the Atlantic Beach stopped by the
invocation was brought by Rev. outstanding boy and girl in ..
illness. Funeral services were held; enroute to Gainesville I' r I r."r" "
hospital and hope V that she is I at her house had to be cancelled the class ,Wan-ens Friday,
Tom Harper. were presented by Harry I JIM TONEY BUILDERSP.O.
Sunday afternoon at the Long their daughter,i
resting comfortable. last Sunday Services will to get
.
Awards were presented by J. F. Branch Rabb to Jackie, Bales and Ronald BOX 368 ]L ; ', '
Baptist Church with Rev. -.
Mrs. Lelia Hicks of Bryceville be held at Mr. Reid's house next I KimbreU. Beverly, who is student at the > '' ..
Cable, and diplomas by L. L. Pur- : W. o. Mathis, pastor of the Max- WALDO, FLA. y '
Pasco Fouraker .
visited with Mrs. far know
Sunday now
as as we Members of Floiida.Miss .
the of
!I graduatingclass University .
cell, principalThose .
last Friday and they visited in, ville Baptist Church; officiating. Plans are being made for Vaca Please have salesman call on '
graduating were: Dalery Interment was in the Long I were Dearl Bradley, Jackie Mary Ann Motes of Lees-I .. J'
School'at j
Bible Highland,
Macclenny. tion
Burned Mary Jane McCraw, Joy; II I Bales, James Craft, Mary Jane weekendwith Name-- ",>1.2 K i '.
Branch Cemetery It is impossibleto the her
at'this burg spent .
of Mr. -
Little Lee Wilkes, son but are not complete date. Clark, Lamar Crawford Catherine I ':: rAddresc
Pamela Lucas, Howard -
Busbee
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Mrs. Earl Wilkes has been find adequate words to expressall All asked to help grandmother, Mrs. Effie Miner.
Durance, Jimmy Coleman, Wade and I parents are ;. Cruce, William Devine, i __-'. .'
of the
sympathy by .
a patient in the Ed Fraser Hos deserved make this a success by seei'ngtheor Richard Durham, Phil Eunice,] Wilbur Waters is spending his '"
Greene, Melba Greene, Ray Raul-
this dear family at this time, but
pital Thursday and will undergo that children attend. Approximate Location __
,, Shirley Sigmund, Becky Linda Gasklns. Thomas Harley, vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Albeit ; -
erson they know that everyone is sharing services
surgeryvon Friday morning. Annual Homecoming
Brannon Violet Burnsed, William Ronald Kimbrell Rose May Manning Sappenfield at Deland., I
their loss with them. Little; .
Mrs! Lonnie Oliver has returned wil be held next Sunday at Clay -+-- -7-- --- ---'- :---
Charles R. Moore Patricia
Lloyd Carolyn Smith, Roma Lo- home from a week's visit with Earl set an example 'in his community :Hill Baptist Church. Everyon .Robert E. Lee and son visited I understand ,I am under no obligation.. I win be borneon
Patiick, Letha Belle Prevatt Joan
Bell Barbara Ja '
Wilbur
max cobs., Edgar Williams. Joe Nolan, her daughter, Mrs Mary Frances that will long be remembered I welcome. Refuse, Alice Raulerson Charles Mr, Lee's mother, Mrs. Clemmie i I 1 _-.._.. t_._...M. I

Alvin Padgett, Lexie Redfern;; Braddock in Winter Haven. ty his friends and acI There were 54 present in Sunday 1"l'atum., .Charles Wilkison, Raymond Lee, in Atlanta Ga. a. few days. II .. I
quaintances. who knew
and Mrs. Every one and all
Ethel at
Mrs. Morgan School Highland
Mary Jane polley, Mary Harris him loved him very much and I Wilkerson, and Melvin last week. < I PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED
Sue Bardon of South Jacksonville seemed to enjoy the lessons, even:
Robinson Jimmie Higdon, Howard Wambolt.! Mr. and"Mrs.. Walter Martin
visited Mrs. Pasco Fouraker last will remember him as a very brilliant if some of the teachers were absent For BrideElectMrs. MATERIALS CAN BE ADDED AT SMALL

Burkhart, Richard Crews El- Thursday.Mrs. child and a good sport tall The Intermediates lost their Shower and family were, weekend guests I ADDITIONAL CHARGEIf

zie Ethridge, Shirley Wilkinson, will leave! civic affair His classmates and ,Bobby Norman, and Carolyn of Rev and Mrs. John Swanson I
Women You
Amos Eberly banner to the Adult and Libby Smith entertained Don't See Us First We Both Use Money
-and Janet Jones. Monday for a week'j visit in Sa- both in Maxville and Baldwin will have to work some to, get i it the Smith home in Ft. Myers. Miss' Phyllis Martin -

The class Fielding.sponsor was Mrs. vannah, Ga. will miss him very much. back. John Starling, a man 72 with recently a shower at for Miss Bernice who teaches ,in Ecuador, ; is JIM TOHEY BUILDERSCALL I
Bennie T.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw
Mrs. Eula Rowe and son. Hugh, years old, joined the church up Privett, whose marriage to Ed spending] a vacation with her
)Personals and son visited in Jacksonville COLLECT PHONE HO 8.2781-WALDO FLA.
and Bobby Higginbotham visitedin on profession'of faith, and will ward Smith will be an event of; family. ,
Tommie Godwin of Olus- Sunday with.MrT'and Mrs. War I
Mrs. JackonviUe Sunday with Mr.I be baptised at'a later date. the latter part of June. Games -
:tee visited here Sunday and Mon and Mrs Floyd Fields and Miss ren Whitmore. The cat hunters were out our and
contests ,
day with:her mother, Mrs. Viola Joyce Rowe. Mrs. Hester Hick and Mrs. way again Friday night and lost' the and honoree received were enjoyed many lovely -

Brinson, and her daughter, Becky Willie Nobles, Dwight Brad- Alma Anders of'Lawtey visited another dog. The'dog came to our The hostesses delicious WESTINGHOUSEBIG
Weekend guests at the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan gifts. served NEW 1960
'Brannon. dock, Emory Stokes, and Chuck place Saturday and Mr. Long of refreshments to!the approximately
33rinson home were Mrs. Garvin Braddock are among several of Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jacksonville came down and 43 guest attending.

Harden and family of Sanford. attending Short Sweat and family. him We appreciate
the Baldwin boys picked up.J Mr and Mrs. John Wyrick of: ELECTRIC RANGE
Ron Siefred. former teacher Course at the 4-H Camp at Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker of these men coming down to help Tallahassee were weekend guestsof OVEN
and coach'of Baldwin High Jacksonville and Mr.. and Mrs-
thin
Lake this week. keep these cats and foxes I Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. .
School and 'now in Orlando, attended Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Surrency Junior Goolsby and'son of Bald ned out.Yougan. ...
Joyce Futch. While here they: Gives better _", ,
exercises here win visited with Mr. and mea"h
graduation Ozie Surrency, and Miss Doris Sunday and Lunnle Padgett visited some of their old friends you
Monday night. Surrency attended graduation ex- Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. and "The Old Man" went beyondthe those visiting Mrs.

'. Seth Mabry in returned from ervices for Miss Linda Gale Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Lamb re Padgett Church Saturday of George Among W. Durham in the hospital ; automatically
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Miami last Tuesday night, where Geiger in Leesburg last Friday turned to their home in Delray: last week and worked on the roadso during the week were Rev. ,. .
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he had been employed for several night. Beach last Tuesday after a visit we could get to the creek Sun Howe, pastor of the First t. pt '

months with the Seaboard Air George McClendon of Columbia. here with Mrs. Hattie Nolan and day. Looks as if they put out Baptist Tommy Church. 'Mr. and Mrs. Pictured here are the features that .9

He left the latter and Mrs. family.Mr. work. make Westinghouse Ranges the -
Line Railway Ala. is visiting Mr. some good, hard John Wyrick, Miss Elizabeth Ter .
part of the week for Alabama Ralph Lewis Jr. and family this and Mrs. Cecil Brown of Glad to note that attendancewas ry, and Mrs. Joyce Futch. simplest use, easiest to clean.

where he will be working for atfhile. week. Daytona Beach visited Sunday better at Padgett Church last And, back ,of these features in .
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Devore and '
with Mrs. Ella Carter and family
and daughter it will continue
Mrs. L. Watts Sunday, and hope Westinghouse Electric .
with every
children spent the weekend
and Mrs. Hattie Nolan.
Miss Janet Jones has arrived Beverly had as a luncheon guest The Maxville, Boys'' baseball to improve. Mrs. Devore'r mother in Atlanta, 'Range is.:solid quality....quality athat' ., ;
dome for the summer from Stetson Monday J. B. Watts of Athens 78-Year-Old Preacher '
of
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team played with the Orange guarantees many years .
where she com- Baptises Woman 68 Ga.Miss 1troii
University in Baldwin and daugh 1e-free efficient perform x ,
Ga.We Street Baptist team at Padgett' Eliza Yancy ,
services .
pleted her freshman year.Van are all glad to know that After '
lost their gameto Mathews, S.. C. visited You find of the i
last Saturday but last Sunday we all wentto ter of St. 'anqe. may some ,
Church ,
offf'
has arrived home the doctor has taken the casts
Jones Baldwin. They will play again the creek for the baptismal' ,Mr.: and :Mrs. J. E. Warren dur Westinghouse features on other V V' .
from the University of Miami and ) little Wanda Harvey's arms : "
this Saturday. service and found it to be a ing the week. Later they went to Range...bat, you won't ,find
.will spend the summer with his and hope it won't be long now held .
Revival services, are being visit two more of Mrs. Yancy'daU5hters.In
before she can be up and about beautiful spot for such purposes. them all. And you won't find
parents.We week at the Manville Baptist Lakeland. '
this setting, Rev.J. .
impressive
this
are sorry to learn that Mrs. again. ,' that will In : 'George and Mysa !. Westinghouse. quality .on.any
Church. Hope everyone L. Strickland, who is 78 and -Mrs. ..Roberts ,
Miss other Ranfce. Compare arid you'llbe
Brittain and
Eileen: Benefield broke her chin Miss Alene plan to attend. has been a minister for 59 years, t

in a couple of places when her Mellivene Rhoden of Jacksonvillewere Jimmy Higdon, son of Mr. and Laura Johns who is 68. convinced.
baptised
automobile hU a hole out on the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs., H. P. Higdon., was the valedictorian It was a touching sight as Mrs. Per Week

of the graduating class Johns was led down into the $3.15

I "We eliminate the middleman's profit" at' the Baldwin High School Monday water by her grandson. After the

night. We are-very proud of; rites, the grandson and the minister Easy Credit Terms Model KDA4O .

One Quart him. Other seniors from Maxville led her out again. .

F R E Elth Each were Shirley Wilkinson, Alvin This service took place at the

or OaDon buy. Padgett.. :Wllbur'Bell, Howard Old Indian Fold on the North r 0 ee -

Durrance, Carolyn Smith, and Prong of BlackCreek, so named
Violet Burnsed formerly of Max and used bjr
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Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL ville, now living in ,Jacksonville the because Indians wa.jmade, many years before j

Matilda Higdon has,been chosen the white man came to America.It .

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE as the captain of the Junior : is located four' miles north of

Cheer leaders for next..term at historical Middleburg, second oldest

501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 Baldwin. Peggy Lucas has also city hi Florida. 1

been chosen and Alene Sweat was While' this beautiful scene was

chosen as an alternate.Mr. being enacted, the waters mirrored
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A. L. Gentry of &ir I.4'i "
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Tampa are spending this week floating in. giving J FINE Tutjitis CONTIOU INFRA-RED BROILING AUTOMATIC TIMER SINGLE DIAL(WH CONTROL
and Mrs. Herbert Hig : cloud space 6 wart act surface seat Wi Eves heat, fast and flavorStarts even, times it, and Just em turn starts net
Mr.
with us a taste of the Infinite w' ptrlKt ful, seals ia neat juices. turns tt efl automatically and aJtt sets tsmperatwe.i .

4 "- don and family.CLAY, strength and might in creative

; 11ii1 ......yyyyyyY'f'YnYnY.' te beauty and nature. lIDon't
: :Y'I We feel that thiS inspiring service let your faucet*

will long be remembered by fall this summer
HILLBy Call uj-WB send i ,_
all. A perfect plumber. i .

[ SERVICE !a The Court Of The Conntr Judge,, :
![rs. J. L. Strickland Bradford In Probate County.' State Of Florida The plumbing service you get l J1iJi

AT ITS BEST ......................V In Re: Estate Of'Nel11e E. Smith., from us may seem like a mirage ;

I Tully Norman tells us that the Deceased.NOTICE OF PROBATETo because it's so completely satisfy ? .,

Training' Union social at his All Persons Interested In The ing. But it's a fact that most w
Estate Of Said Decedent: A
e e e e e e ee |home last Saturday night was aIbig Tour are* hereby notified that a households in this community callus ,
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success, with about 25 present -, written Instrument purporting tobe in case of emergency nine times UFT-OUT SURFACE UNITS FIDS-OUT OVEN HEATERS ROONCE9 DYE N( CpIKWJ
ofaid Puts
will and testament troy part if sues Make tt '
last
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;I They all enjoyed a nice fish I decedent has been admitted to out of ten.WCKSBPTIC. -"'- react for .--...: ellI'easy platfom. simple fright to o Remove ta's clear completely for sleia-its.to that trap Nt ut s51 net *,;n.t*
S upper and social activities.We probate in this court You are hereby
comanded within six calendar ,,
learned ,Sunday that another months from the date of the first you! CAM BESURE..IF' ITS Westinghouse : l
house and all its contents I publication>> of this notice to appear ,..._
If a .
in this court and show cause
was burned at Highland last. any you can, why the action of this .. \ '
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week. Kathy Norman and hei rcurt is admitting said will to probate ,

husband were both working awaj, should Theron. not stand A. Yawn unrevoked.,

from home and all of the children '
were gone when the fire was;

discovered. They need aid to furnish TIlE RIGHT rOINT for tht t t t

--- another house, and nee I way you write. Dome In and ,ie& 222 N.. TEMPLE AVE. ?H..WQ 4-2113

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.. : the, EYC will meet at the churchto ginning Monday;:, June.. 13. ,_! iT"-y''YTTnY- T"-Ty-nf: I Conn. I .

.KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS go'to the Spires home on Swan through Friday. June. 17,. C:30: 'to MELROSE" School's OutThursday BRIGHTEN UP! Ii, AMBULANCE SERVIC'FPHONE
Lake. 11:30 a. in. signaled the end of
Community Church Registration for those attending a&A AA..A A i.iAa 'school for Melrose students.- Some Painting and Decorating WO12600

J Sunday was Children's Day air] will, be held On Friday. June bad to return Monday to' take At LOWEST PRICES DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
: the Community 'Church and a 10. from:2:30: to:4:00..p;;\mT "" (Continued from Page 7) tests they had missed last week. CallDAWKINS II'

Y ''T Y. TTYYY 9f. large number attended with their There are five 'classes 'lo "be "Something for Nothing Just Is- Eleme tarr..stud.ents .,got report The Painter DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

(Continued, from, .Page 7))' teachers and parents. Young.men taught: nursery beginners primary nt' So." was given by Rev. M.- H. cards Thursday., Cards will be I Starke Fla.
v.. with service junior mailed 'to high school 414 'E. South St. ,
assisting the were and injerraediate. [Bill Breyfogle. )pastor of the students IBE I
Ish have been' assigned to rtaina.So Chester Moody. Jr.. and Eric Mrs. Helen ,Oglesby'is. principal Trinity Episcopal Church. Sun- shortly. II Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, CrutchesThat's

h that all times during Redfearn. ,Veazy Walker and David of the school. j day in, the Melrose High audi- .Dick Durbin is visiting his parents II I -
the Forty Hours several .-peoplewlH Sunderland were ushers. .The, Coach Barber. Honored torium. Mr and Mrs C. W. Durbin.Mr. .
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be' in the church' keeping Acoyte) for the day was Thomas A farewell. party' for Coach Ushers for graduation exerciseswere and Mrs. G.. B. Brown IIIand I
Vigil Please note the chart'oh the Jiinior 'Dave Barber children, I Our Business
Hawes. The Choir sang a and family of Melrose Mike .Angel ton, Texas U
Lawrence.
Ray #Lep-
bulletin board in the .rearofthe' number, with Carol Baker as so I was held at the home'of Mr. fro Judy Harpe, Maida Griffin, were weekend guests of Gen.. and .T j jl If It's Glass We Have ltl!
church announcing the tune for loist. ". !and Mrs. Kenneth \Cooper last Winslow Fredricksson 'Carol I Mrs. R; P. Hollis. The, Browns o- CAP CALL WRITE or VISIT
each family Jf In doubt', call Mrs: Daily Vacation Bible School Thursday evening.'ThS Melrose Hansen and Carol Allison. were enroute to 'the American l-
Joe p wli1.owskvh ;will give will conclude its studies with a :BasketballTeam, presented their Members Medical Association meeting in
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you all necessary data.' program. Friday evening. June :coach with a sweater,hi appreciation included James Allison graduatingclass ; Susan Miami. Joe Peters Glass Co.

Plans will soon be underway 10, fet 7:30: p. m. The public invited of his help this past year. Bass Emory Cross, Larry Miss Peggy Shaughnessy entertained -i n J 'I
for the annual Labor' Day-.week.. .' ,.Co-host and hostesses 'were Mr. Cooper Danny Ford Mark Ga-: her Brownie Scout' ?OR ANY GLASS NEEDWe
end-Ham- On June entire and Mrs. Bud Troop their annual a Modern Store Fronts
Supper. Friday. 1'l. the Brown. Major and boardi. 'Edith Mae Hall. George Aat CampingJ J Design"
St. Anne's Episcopal '. \ Sunday School and Church will. Mrs. Ray Renfro, and Mrs. Ruby Hands. Patsy Hinnant. R.. L. Out at her home, on Lake Santa' Just Mall! Us A Pattern for

Installation of'officers-was*performed -' have -a covered-dish supper at Osteen. Other guests 'were Mr. Johnson. Gloria Moris. Bill Pace, Fe'.Saturday,-.May 28. Table Tops

by Rev., M., H. Breyfogle. Gold"Head State Park. Games for and Mrs. j. w. StraVn of 'Mel Beth Pierce Pat Preston Gene Mr. and Mrs.. Kramer,and their 1 1.113: NW. 4ib PL Gainesville; Fla. Phone FS. 2-4353
the youngsters will at 3 rose; Mr. and Mrs. daughter', 'Rosie- for
itthe.June meeting of the Episcopal = begin p.m..Jlnd' Earl Cherry. Quinby Margaret Royster Steve left Friday
: Church: Women of St An-, supper will be served at Gary Cooper Donnie{ Osteen. all Samson. Alden Shores, Kathi Leesburg where they will make
ne'sl: New officers for the 1960-61 5:30. of Keystone Heights/- arid the Sipprell Gene Stanton -Joel'St. their home. .

season are: Mrs. Arnold Larsen;? _Stewards will meet June 6 at basketball team. Amour Jennie Strickland. Janet Mrs: J. 0. Syme and 'family of
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president: .Mrs. p. J. Quattle 7:30: .p. m. in the educational Two Hostesses Entertain Weaver and Beverly Wilson. Anchorage,, Alaska and Mrs. M.

baura'vice president; Mrs! Robert b ilding. Mrs. J. D. Henderson and Mrs.E. WSCS Study Course D- .Hobt, of Colorado Springs TRUCK TIRES AQUA POOLS .
Baylor treasurer; 'and Mrs. Aus- Officers and teachers for the F Aiken were Joint hostessesat Members of the Woman's So- Colo. 'are ,visiting their parents,
ley Smith, secretary. Sunday School will meet in the a card party at the Henderson ciety of Christian Service met Mr and Mrs.' -R L. Ferrell. Mrs From 7.50 x 20 Thru .
.Following the service at the educational budding on Tuesday home on May 31. There were 12 every morning in the educational Syme will also .visit relatives in 10.00 x 20 All New All Shapes .' ; '

church Mrs. Breyfogle entertained' -' Junes' 14, at 7:45: p. m. tables!: in the afternoon and 12 in building of the Methodist! lurch ,Palatka., .; STOP TAKING and Sizes
The Cottage Bible Hour the evening. Mrs. Martin Boos left for
will beheld Saturday
Henderson'sspacious
the 20 members present at a recently for the study of the Book .
luncheon at her'home in Melrose. at the Manse. June 15. 'at home on Lake Genevawas of St. Luke.Mrs. fort Stewart. Ga. where he will CHANCES
7:30 p. m. The third chapter of cool and lovely. Winners in 'train, with the Army' Reserve. WITH WORN
The hostess presented each'of her Carl Hagglund; president,
hest 'with a carnation corsage. the Philippians .will be studied.A the afternoon were: 'Mrs., Frieda conducted the study and the *ladies Col.. and Mrs. J. J. Eairley and TREADSLet
Family-Night covered dish Wyman. first daughters of San Antonio Texas
Mrs. prize; Mrs. Olive all
Ann Baylor, outgoing presi- participated. There'was a
''dent, received a cross and chain supper wpl be held in the educa- Stevens second; and Mrs. Ray- short social hour between .sessions :wil) arrive Friday to spend a few Us Re-Cap Your
from the'women* in appreciation tional building on Friday. June mond Starnes and Mrs. Marx each morning and coffee and I days' with Gen. and, Mrs. R. P.Hollis. Tires For Economy And

oi, her untiring work' during her 24, at 6:30: p m. :This quarterly Hercog won the bingo prizes... In cookies were served. : Safety!.

two years .rocffcel'Saturday. } : affair will be, under the directionof the evening. Mrs;' Bill Belote won One morning was devoted, Co a Mr' and Mrs. Bob 'Shaughnessy
I Circles 1 and 2. of the Womenof first prize for' bridge Mrs. Lindsay i and 'daughters of Summersville, Dialer For LOW AS
based the Life and teach*
play on
June 11, will be '
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an- the Church. Walker,second and the bin- 'V.; Va. are.visiting at the homeof 000
ings of with Mrs. LewisHardage $2
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other work day at the church. 8 NEW DUNLOP ,
Mrs. Emmett Jones, leader go prizes were won by Miss Gertrude I Mr. and Mrs.i\JohnHlShaugh-
Mrs. John Clark Mrs;
is:,m. till.noon.,.All men 'and"boysare Mrs.. : PHONE TODAY 12 x 27 Size
and R. A. Gaunt, assistant Houser and Mrs. Sara Mc- Wallace Austin. Mrs. R..1. EVans.I I nestiy and family on Lake Santa TIRES :
requested to be hand. t
on leader are entertaining membersof Donald. There, were also two :Fe.
Mrs; Webb, and Mrs. A. .J.
Nursery School will be held for John: Heights 4305 No Down
Keystone Money
Circle 1 and a few guests on Canasta prizes: Mrs. J., 0. Him Witherspoon taking part.: Miss Ella,Jane Wesley;'of Gainesville -
children under 4V2' years at 9:30: June/ 16, at a 1 o'clock luncheonat ble, high; and Mrs. Jack Haber- I spent the weekend with STfiRKEREGAP
Collect Calls Accepted To 5 Yrs. To
( ) Up Pay
a. 'm. on else The 'last day of, the study the
Sunday. Everyone .
the home of
Mrs. Jones on stroh second.Graduation 1 h.er'brother-in-law: and sister Mr. .
is','invited to attend ladies partook of Holy Commun1 .
morning serTice
Lake Geneva. There will be a Dance I and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer. CO.
\ After the sermon hymn, the business meeting. Following Awards' ,Night exercises ion with the pastor. Rev. Robert' ... -: tKdth TRIES CONSTRUCTION CO.

Sunday School children will go to Vacation Bible SchoolAt on Monday ,evening, the Carr officiating. "'Presbyterian Temple Ave.

th Parish House 'to enjoy a, .religious First Baptist, eighth grade class, enjoyed their Church Circles Meet Church; Melrose Phone WO 4-0221

movie; The First Baptist Church will graduation ,dance held in, the The Minnie Birt and Mable % I P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights, Fla.
At 3 p. m. on'Sunday; June 1",. hold Vacation Bible School be-, lunch room.: The'Haw 1lah. theme Pearsall Circles of the Melrose Sunday,services1: Church School, '
was carried but In the decorations Methodist Church met Jolntlj'inthe 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship, 11,' "

McKINNEY with lets. grass skirts, straw educational building. Names :am.: Rev James R. Neale Jr.,. pas- -
GREEN DEATON hats. etc. adorning the walls. were drawn' for the new y at. tor.

Each graduate Invited a guest. Mrs. A. J,, Witherspoon gave .
REALTORS
Chaperones were Mr., and Mrs. the program with Mrs. Lester TRiNITY EPISCOPAL EVERY WEEK 10,000 PEOPLE

HIGHWAY, M 21 MELROSE, FLA. Earl Cherry, Mr: and Mrs. Carl Neefus Mrs. Leslie Price; Mrs. CBtiJWH. MELROSE

YOURUMTLVpS' ( INVITED -,SALE OB RENTAL Duncan, Mr'and Mrs-' Zane Neth- lAwie.Hardage.. and' Mrs. Nicholson Sundays 10 a. m., Church \
I ertoh. and Mr." and'Mrs.. M. I4: taking part. :' School 11:15 a.ra.. Morning Prayer -
iffaoa* OR 5-2981: .or 5-5172 i Sibley. The ladies served a covered 'and, Sermon (First Sunday BOUNCE ON ITS SEATS HON .

o Personals dish luncheon after which. tfcey Kbl 'Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal ,
0 0 WINFIILD H. CRAWFORD, Associate .Mr. and ;Mrs. 1'. C. of Mrs. wife ofthl t'
:Hill presented Carr Young Churchmen; '
.. .' 1 -- ,1 I North ,Augusta; '{S.= C.. spent last pastor with .a gift. This-'LstM PrHoly Days 10' a. m.. Holy ITS KICK ITS TIRES
I week with,Mr.'and'Mrs:'Frank'H- appreciation for-the "splend Communion.The 0f HORN :

GOSPEL gen.. Mrs.' Hill, h':Mrs. nge 1's sis work'he has done with' the-*-young. Rev :AWard H.: Breyfogle. _
MEETING ter.; The Ilgen twins, 'Donald and people in the church. Vicar.

". t, ....! ,' ,/ Diana acompanieand Mrs.,: Shuler. Cox and Tim EIGHT POOrf fa'r'.e SLAM ITS DOORS SHOP ACROSS'

,AT.Melrose. :r Augusta'for a'visitsMatthew : family of Jacksonville spant'Sunday ? wmy yon write. Come in and ee ,
Tyre, 'small 'son of with Mrs.. C. L. Mann. beet favorite ESTERbBOOEFoost&in
your
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyre, is MisS. Pat,Crawford is'.the guestof Pen. TELEGRAPH
Church of Christ! t i hage again afteF, undergoing suri 'herpaie; t'W"'' and MrsC.. HE STREEOND THEN RETURN:

i iefi at"sc..viiicenr'HoS.. ( lt 1"1 1 Crawford.. :.*. v 1
V Jacksonville on Saturday, morn- .' Jacksonville t'EBMIlISTL .
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Harold.Cr Dow ly-,Speaker J1t. ing, May'.28.MissClydie.' the weekend'Terry of in Melrose.
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Hartig.. Jacksonville .
Lillian 'of'
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EVERY NE ,WELCOME another-friend,, Miss Jean Sy- A semi-formal'dinner was held U-DO-IT TEHiUTE CONTROL Rn" .
at' the home of Mrs. 'Lottie Harris BMt sloe m sea Euv to u* N. 4
mond' in Jacksonville and then lam M that*. Prabwta.dlrfe..n\
.... thent' returned to honoring her granddaughter. I fan pwttetian. Crt ?REE laUtr lfwr
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Ann' Wilson who M* ?
Miss Beverly
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Keystone for the weekend.
graduated Thursday night Guests Brooklyn Supply House
tl'I "PEtE" O'CONNOR ,1 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cooper included Susan Bass Edith Mae Keystone Heights, Fla. ... Lg f :
Memorial
and son spent Day' Hall Patsy Hinnant; Gloria Morris ,
I weekend in Melbourne. Beth Pierce,-Pat Preston,
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Real l ,Estate and Appraisal Service Mr. and Mrs Sam Coplen and Margaret Royster Kathi Sipprell. Unwanted Hair
) family of Tipencanoe' Ind. arrived Jeannie Strickland and Janet

Lawrence Blvd. Keystone' Heights last Monday. ,.spend several Weaver.Mrs. Harris was assistedby Removed I

days with the Kenneth: Coopers her daughter Mrs.. .Walter MEDICALLY
PHONE 4297 Jin' Keystone. Heights.{ :Mr. 'Coplen Wilson.
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is Mrs. Cooper's" brother. The Death Of Mrs. Pearsall APPROVED

LISTINGS WANTED Coplen will"be doing,some Florida? .Many of us were sorry to hearof METHODS
tow. "
sight-seeing .
Mabel Fitch
the death of Mrs.
Edmund
On Lakefront Property =- Improved and Unimproved I Miss Marie Maguite' of. Philadelphia Pearsall, who died last week in a ..

Residential Farm,and Business Property.WE 1 Pa.is tfiehouse.guest; : Starke Nursing home. Funeral DWYER ,
her cousins .Mr. and Mrs.. Ed,Con- services were held Thursday in
HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND I neen and son Peter'CoMivx1Tl' *, the Melrose Methodist Church ELECTROLOGISTTeL
FR 2-8039
INVITE YOUR'LISTINGS.Whit's with Rev. R. H. Carr conductingthe
For an Appointment
in Fairview -
CHURCH, services. Burial was
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Cemetery Westfield, N., J. 107 W. University Ave. Suit 204
GAINESVILLE, FLA. l> '1'
Pearsall 84, was a Mel-I
Mrs.
Dr. Albert C. H C'ldakter
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, the quickest way to get rose resident for many years. The
Mrs. J. 1,., Heikertnfton
m' that monthly bill-lures chore past few years she has lived with '
'Organist and Chftlr Director her sister Mrs. L W. Neefus. .

' done?* Sunday School 9:45: 'ajn. Morning .Besides Mrs. Neefus she is sur- HEALTH FACTS

: Worship 11:00: jun.Martaj .. vived by two sons Morgan Fitch Falcon is having the best cars," says Motor Trend magazine.:,

.. .. Pearsall, Haverhill; Mass and 1. Qver 500 Insurance Companies i '
Whit the fleet
easiest hart -- first had Owner and operaTor
to car ever reports .
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way Greenwich. year any l
Pearsall.
.. .. .. Robert T.
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peoditam?!di f I i son's. FIRST BAPTIST HEIGHTSJ. CHURCH service. d since introduction o'mileage figures of up to 30 miles;'

JJI. I KEYSTONE 2. Employees- injured under the at the record rate of 10,000 every per gallon, with regular g Ul.
I R. ,Smlta.. pastor Ralph Workmens Compensation! are entitled (
I .CONprrOREIBAKESHOP 1'I week. What makes Falcon the
f W at'ttthe wrest wty to Hiv t i,I I I Copeland Minister of Music and to Chiropractic'care without :World's most successful new car? Falcon goes 4,000 miles.between'oil )

R ; .receipt 'for bill yo. ; I church organist. cost to the' employee '\, changes, costs less to service,
every
and .Re9taurant(' Services:; Sunday School, 9:45: ''Does'your:Insurance policy'pro- Economy! less to license and in most places'

l& i L m.: Morning Warship 11 *: m-: -torchlropraetk care! We Ameriless to. insure. .
-To begin with Falcon is
1 Training Union[ 7 p. m. Evening win,be glad to check your,policy ,
services 8 1'. a., to fee II you are properly covered. ca's very lowest-priced 6-passenger Falcon saves you more and :still'car
PAT.DLs. !C11ECX-br d "Make church worship s familyM I ,$64 to $154 less than the
for
You owe it to yourself to have gives you full room 6 big
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.m" *PAY ALL BIllS IT CHECK-taut I II I affair JoUr policies checked before you other compacts. people and all their luggage.Srnall.

tnostctioQC oo checkbook stubs ANNE'S EPISCOPAL have need::for, them. .. "Falcon delivers the best fuel wonder Falcon has become, first

CHUE:1'H: KEYSTONE' No policy is complete that dees economy of the three new compact so fast! fOIl"'s-
-PAT WI ,BIOS DTmatictllyreturned CK CB-auto., Sundays 9,30-a.: m.Churct$> : not provide. for Chiropractic Bene.

cancelled School 9:30: a-m.. Morning Prayer ,
M fits.No Bated 6n a companion of manufacturer retail delivered pricetMots
the&s ira.thetratlves receiptSfHYNOTOraNYOU and Sermon (tat Sunday Holy : physical examination is com.plete .
,. Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal.. ettttKkn 1 I3SO Unted fulutt Syndic,tae. ,
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t YounC't.nurcmnen.: ;

O OiECKING ACCOUNJCKXN : :* ". I Communion.Holy Days 7:30 'a.m.. Holy' scddeata for nerve pressure.Many not produce. BEST COMPACT GAS MILEAGE FORD -


WITH USi ',_ Third Wednesday Parish ImmediateiyUrptoms.- Locatingnerve LOWEST COMPACT PRI ETERWILLEGAR s
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Baked Potato pressure "by Doctor ofChiopraetlawin
Beans
Covered Dish Supper ( ,or 6:30 your wit?o [ Scttssx wa ,
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....y'"yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1'yy on. David Jackson. ;'are home have services all day beginning" I. Supt. Dell and Vera .Claire Cole- on,Monday !it9 p- m. AH pupils II StarkeJ; for" re tration.. E..Thom-"

from Baptist Memorial Hospital with Sunday School"at 9:30 a._m.:; man. Outstanding talented youth wishing to enroll are asked to pkins, C. C. Anderson, and O: R. .

HE1LBRONN I in Jacksonville. '. B.:T. U. at"6 p. m. Communion at of' the' city are asked to appear.. meet at .C. C. Anderson Junior I Shell wflT be. In'charge of :act. .

Those still_ coriffoed( .to hospitals 7 p. m. with the officers'' and Plan now' to worship with .us High. Lawtey. and RJE High vities. E. R. Shell. assistant. .

' NEWS MM. are Mrs..,,Cutshaw in.a,hosital pastors in charge. The general Sunday.-V. C, Coleman, reporter. -
CHURCH 87 Harvey McCarthyEveryone ,1A
) in Greenville, Tenrtt: R. I*; public is cordially Invited-,; There ,

; yy..yy."v."yy. ,, y,,'!" lorgan's; niece:, Delvene, in the wm'be an important business Allen Chapel Al Ml: E. Church

thorouglily enjoyed acksonville .:Naval. Hospital: meeting Friday night at 7:30 p, Rev: A. L. Sampson. pastor, will :

t U Clayton Crawford 4is in the .Uniersity m.: AU members ,are ,asked to hold regular Trustee Day on A
the services at HePastor il Church
Sunday with bronnT.. Jones 'hospital_ in.. Gainesville, please attend. Choir No, n will Sunday starting with -;Sunday I FRESH' -

Methodist Church Presbyterian Church together and Mrs. M n1e Simmons inin Bap- hold'rehearsal tonight. at 7:30.: School at, 10 anv Assistant iqr: s1
rendering inspiring
messages
t 'with line congregational List Memorial l//, .Hospital?! J Jack- Members are asked to attend.P. Supt. Fannie B. Frazier t in ch ;ge:

Schedule ,for the week of June Sunday..;.. Church School, 9:45a. : onville.PINE. : .. Marshall reporter. At 11 a. m. the Junior Church H
singing with Lamar Red-
12: Morning Worship, 11 a: m. Mrs. ..- ., Bethlehem Freewill Baptist will have charge of"', the program. a '

Sunday [Methodist Student I Rev.' W. S. McAliley guest dish, pianist. A number of our .."y".yY..1'.T., ..'f."y.'f1. Church, Rev. L. McKay held Evening service at 6 m., Rev. June favorite
also the Home- : c '. p.
neighbors enjoyed
Day]-Church School 9:45: a. m. ,'preacher. Covered dish dinner. : services on Sunday starting with Sampson or appointee in r charge. ,
coming Day at our sister church, : ALL-ways! I
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Stu- 12:30: p. Anniversary program I LEVEL Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. with Junior Church meeting each

dents home from college will have 1:30'p.: m. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. Evergreen with 'aU-day that singing was held and'Sunday dinner. : '. Supt A. C. Carter In charge; 11 Monday ai 5, p. m. Girl Scout

charge of the morning service. m. Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. is\'m. morning worship, Rev. L.
Dire Meeting at 7:30 Thursday luscious
M. p.'m.
We would like to take this H. McRae Maue with
opportunity
Snack' Supper for MYF. 6:30: p- Tuesday Circles meet as fol- to welcome McKay in charge: 6 p. m. Y. P. room 22, RJE. Don't forget 'Our fresh peaches ..

m. Youth meetings, 7 p. m. Even- lows: No. 1 with Mrs. Carlton 'again each ,.&.uu.t..u..u ..l..u... .,tisoon.n. 9L7:30: p. m. evening wor- sick and shut-in members. We picked at the peak _
of to worship with Heilbronn
ing worship, 8 p. m. A nursery is McManus.. 9:30: a. m.; No. 2 with you ship. The following weekly activities to t .
are pleased note that Supt. of flavor. Super
We need 'you. Rev Owen Alvarez of MnrMrs.
want and son
provided for pre-school childrenat Mrs. M. R- Sanders, 2 p.- m. No. are held: Mon. 7:30 Faith- Bradford for 1" _
you
Irene Thomas Is out of the good,good
Lois
Henson and sonS of and Mrs. 0. R. Alvarez brought
both'services each Sunday. 3 with Mrs. L. H. Gibson 8 p. m. Jacksonville fal Few Club meeting; Tiies. 7:30Pv' i County Hospital, but regret Serve some today. _
visited with her parthe message'.at Pine Level Baptist
Mid-week Prayer m, Choir rehearsal '
MondayBible School begins Wednesday ;/Wed. 7:30,
that Sister Madie Williams is
ents.; Mr. and'Mrs. E. C. [Ernie] Church last week... He and his
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running through Friday June 1'1. and Study, 7:30: p. m., "The Lord Prayer meeting; Fri..,8 p m.. still in the hospital.. Please visit
Johns, during the weekend. Little good wife arrived Jast Friday and ,
Prayer Band
with Mrs. Bob Mullins as director. of the Church. I met at the home ol and remember them with cards,
will visit awhile with his will be with three months.
Hours 8:30: to 11:30: p. m. All Friday Choir practice, 8p. Sonny us Sister Juanita Carter. The spirit, flowers and other gifts. -E. ..1. .
grandparents. The writer' spent from Wednesday 9i
tavited.Tuesday Was high '
12 very and
are
children 4.through everyone enjoyed .
Givens reporter.Vacation
meet Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. to Saturday with her son- the ,
Guild 2 will l meeting.Mary Me-'
at the m.At RM.. Markham were Mr. and n-law.and daughter ,. .Mr. and. Bride, reporter. TIme. _
for covered dish supper Tabernacle
The
a Vella 'Elma
Mrs. Ernest of Sanderson. Robert and family at,, and Annette Barbara -
[ Regges Mrs. Taylor .
: Mt.. Moriah c.i". .
home of Mrs. J, R. Hixon, 6 p. m. Methodist Church ,, 'tICI
Shell visiting
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Norman Raiford last week;. We are glad. are grandpar-
of Rev. A.
Guild 1 will,. meet at the home Morning and evening messageswere J. Anderson pastor will]I ents and in Atlanta Ga. N + :
friends s
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7:30 m- and son visited Thursday with to report.that Robert xJr,- is verymuch hold services Al Popular ,1)

Mrs. Cv E. Hernwall,the home p. of delivered at the Gospel Ta- .. their son and daughter-in-law, improved after his accident t, with Sunday on Sunday.Su' starting r They will return in' two week. tonee Ceps,tier fob .. ,. .'. .
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School
Circle 4 will meet at t.Robert
with bernacle last Sunday by Dr. Har- Mr. and Mrs.; Clinton Norman of on'Tuesday of last week. He Dell 'in via Eastern AlrUnes.I .
Mrs. G. P. Snell at 8 p. m. .charge. A special Youth '
ry McGee and Communion was Jacksonville. spent one night in Lake' Butler Day I Summer Program"The ; ,
Mrs. Richard Seize as co-hostess. observed. After services Mr. and program is being planned b,v summer program will open .
Prayer meeting. Mrs. Lois Cox and ,daughter, hospital for .observation. : 'H
Wednesday -
Mrs Quigley attended a dinner Linda, attended the wedding of Mack Merritt and Robert Daw- --- -

and Bible study. 8 p. m. Group in Gainesville given in honor of Miss Diane Rhodes of Cleveland tins of.Starke were dinner' guests _

Thursday -- Prayer the 84th birthday anniversary of Ohio, and Robert Richardson of of Charles, Crosby .last,Sunday.

aounced meets in],a 9 home a. m.(place to be an- Mrs. Quigley's brother.Dr. Gainesville Saturday !afternoon at The..revival .meeting;'at ,Bayless 'r'rTHE CHURCH FOR ALL .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH

of the WSCS will be and Mrs. McGee leave this the Gainesville First Methodist Highway Church vwil| begin Mon- '
Officers '
installed by the minister at the week for a series of meetings in Church. They also attended the day night, June 13. : '. .. : 1- ..

morning worship service on Sunday Virginia. reception at the Richardson Mrs.,.Bishop :Thomas and chil- ,<.

and workers home. dren of Brooker were recent visit .
June 12. Teachers. School St. Mark's Episcopal Jimmie Wilson of Miami visitors of Mrs! Thomas's parents, 1 ; : .
in Vacation Church :
dedication cere- ed Mr. and Mrs. R.- L. Morgan Mr. and Mrs] H: H., Lewis.. ,
will also have a worshipt Rev. Raymimd $acBLamSunday Saturday afternoon on his way to We are sorry to hear of the Illness ,

mony at the morning Services-9:45: a.m., Pittsburg, Pa. He is the son of of so many of our, friendSthe .

BAPTIST CIIURCH Church School; 11:00: ajiu. Moan late Rev. Wilson who was and wish,\tjhem all a speedy ,re-
BOATDRAIN I
tag Prayer Communion-First and Sermon. Sunday formerly pastor of the Heilbronn covery..Glad. to have Mr-' and "\ '4, .'' ,!r

Sunday School. 10 a. m- Morn Holy Church. Mrs. H.,.,H. Lewis able to, attend -: )
11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, ;
ing Worship .11 a. m. Training Miss Linda Cox accompanied church at. Pine'Level, last Sunday.. I CLSr r
7:30
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship sin.Wednesday7:00 choir, Miss Dorothy Ross to Tallahassee ..;-:,. .
p.m. .. ,'
7:30: p:' m. Practice; 7:45: p.m.. Litany and for the 4-H: Short Course this NOTICE OP INTENTION : ,;:'t\-"." .."...... -.
Wednesday,, .
Prayer Meeting. week. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME =
Bible Study. .. .
7.30 p. mPastor Pearson Cox of the University Notice ia hereby given that the ., .A ..' .. .,, ,.,, "
the provisionsof '
Rev. Barney Sweat. MADISON STREET BAPTIST Gainesville, is enjoying visiting of undersigned Chapter 20,955 under, Laws of Florida, ...; 7., '-
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Everyone Welcome. CHURCH with family and friends for two Arts of 1JU will register with, the q { > tt/; f .
Clerk of 'the Circuit Court In and\ :- TN ; i ,*. _
weeks.
HOPE BAPTIST, CHURCH 900 Block W. Madison St. for Bradford County,. Florida upon' ( J BUill' '
Weekend guests of Mr.. and receipt of proof of publication .of 1
Sunday Sunday School 11 I Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood,,' were their this notice, the fictitious name'TO tbf to Mrs. Frank Norman '.';; .u. ''
a. m-, Morning mesage 11 a. m., Superintendent- children.. Mr. and Mrs.. Lamar Peyton-Florist are engaged In. under business which'at 119 we -4 ._ # :'r : : !t .

Training Union. p. m. Evening B Morning Worship, 11:00.: Reddish of Umatilla and' Mr. and South Thompson Street, Starke, ON i Tyr -t'f 4.t"'t .
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message 8 'p. m. Training Union 6:15 Jim Har Mrs. Clinton Norman of Jackson- Florida.1d. .- ..,, ; .:
Monday Bible Joy Club 4 l den Director. wards Loop Road.' Starke, Fta. 1-<:'" > "' j. '.
ville. Mrs. Reddish will visit awhile : v. .( "Y" : ..
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Worship 7:30.: Yrs Llllle Bridges 305 Monroe :.> ,: ''-;.',' : : .ti. ::.: : ,. :- I
Evening
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Meeting: :3t I StarKe, Fla. I. ". '' O. ....w
Prayer A 'jf I
Wednesday Meeting, .f :
Wednesday Prayer of the community. Dated this nth day of May. 1J60at \. ; -"

730 p. m. Choir Practice Cuth 8:31: .I 7:30.: Very glad to report ,that Mrs; .Starke Bradford County:' Flori6119 '';,/ff" :iUIc.I .r ";:.J :.:/!.,,. \'.. ,, .' :.

p. m. Pastor' : Samuel S. J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor. Orene Cowart, and -new-born I" l ..... \ 'I..jt. .'
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bert Choir director; Fred Dodd U.J/9 ,. .' t.. .". _.."1, ",'. .". j t

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS VYVVVYYTVVYVYVYVVVVYVVYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyryyyyyyNEWS. \ \

IIIWAY CRAPEL CHURCH INTEREST .'>
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ASSEMBLY OF GODD. < an. :t:
Sunday School. It ir.. m.; Mom CITIZENS; OF BRADFORD COUNTY
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Sunday School, 9:45 a. n L. services 7:80 p. m. By Ozora ShcQlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 -

11 m. Even- Wednesday Prayer Meeting .
Morning Worship, a, .
Wednesday 1 &&.. .kAAA A A Ai.._..A A a.&A&........A I I ._ ------n ry... ,..
geiistic Service. 7:30: p. m. .. ".. ,
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weekly'prayer service. 7M: 5 NEW RIVERBAPTIST Carnation VI.-5 Club "1>*- '> J une -.f: CHURCH FOR AJ.L s.> .... ;. -
birthdays at the water k '. ,
CHURCH i ;.r ; ;
CHURCH All,.fOR, THE A ;: qtr : :.. t \/11'
The first School on Saturday night June ; \ ,,
biennial .
birthday 4
par- : t ; _ro; "'
EVERGREEN. Sunday School, 10 a: ra.' Wor- 25.. President E.. Young Is YW Qmdi 1 It
ty was held Saturday night at asking :' '
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BAPTIST CHURCH skip Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- the home all members to please attend forie-b fJ.. of chatKHr .*& \ \
of Mrs.Bertb'Robinsonin ont
Preset ..se, 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eact ; P. "" '. looofc) tizuthip.c' is 4..OIIOe.of ,, .this built .on sand -Seewmfbr' .', "d" ..
Is lighthouse
Sunday School 10 a. m. I. Lincoln City..A lovely, barbecue l 1e. Cummings reporter ..W U'ljfco! *rtrwf Oi.ftliKwither ;: ."
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Wednesday, 7:30: pjn. Heroines Notice aol! All you can. see at its ,base (is sand. .. :. y ,
Ins 11 ;a. m. Training Union 8:3: o chicken supPer was served by the .d M> ,.<- Mir cHnlitlh'M U. : 'r'f. 'J'"U () ru
7:30 m. Pray hostess. Trie honorees ,included: All members of'Ruth Court No. '.. .. Tfcm arc: {lay .'p.id ,tat4M.! Actually this towering structure i is built en "-: '- 01'
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Preaching '
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p. p. CHURCH OF CHRIST Mesdames Brooks, Marshall, Mc- 18 of the Heroines of Jericho are ..'. wky-tmf pcruM itaiM luted 'tentatntuhrlr rock. Underneath these dunes of sand IS a rocky .; ", "
Meeting Wednesday< 7:30 p. m. .I '- *: firm and enduring. The sand may be, q'\\} \ \
Charles Thorpe, Minister Neil Johnson Solomon, ;B. Morris requested to meet' at the Masonic > d xippwl CWkTWr ledge : L
Wednesday Bible study ?'!30 (t) Fit U ow. ..u:I(2): fir JiitcWdrei'i carried away by sea or wind, but this lighthouse :. i'
Bible Study 10 a. m. Preaching ,. and S.. Moms, L. SUggs T. Hall on Wednesday, 'June 15. .4 lie: There's a rock a firm foundation '. .' ,
_. Mk.-O) for !Ac eke of.liftUMWiy will: stand secure. ; air-'
p. m. an>1 Communion, 11 a m. Evening Green, .Q. E.. Green J. Tyson J. p.> m. This Is the last meeting before v.," \ aid! u'-' (4) Ftr At take ,' underneath! :1 t V. ..r'i

Service, 6:30: m. Midweek Bible M. Sewell. G. Blye and other club the 'visit by our Grand De- .... -
p. J'ie; _airckrilHJf.;j icli md' kmJ i.. Some people look at the Church and see only'sand. :: : :
-_ Study each Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. members and guests The first puty, so fail not final notice by '.,;, . nJ viral HWMrtt Pl. to ', .. They seethe shifting sands:of' custom.- ,I', I"a
In spite of all the changes that summer outing will be a fish fry order of the Most-Aricient Matron to cimdi tctvUtljr' aiwi sal;. jam Bible and fashion-and passing personalities pile up \ ",

go on in this changing world the at Magnolia Lake on Saturday, Sophia Royal AU Juvenilesare .l.4 .' 'r and wash away around the Church. Why is- it s f. 'r ,4. .:

WILLIAMS fact still remains that spinal misalignments June 25, starting at 9:30: a. m. asked to meet :at 4 p: m. u, ;- still standing!" they ask-for they see only sand '. J... -: ", 1

compress nerves and and extending into the afternoon. Tuesday June '14. Come prepared IV- BikMittk. 4Apter v.tata. The Church would have fallen long ago were r .. .. .. ,

JEWELR.YWATCHES obstruct the flow of vital nerve Plenty of free 'refreshments will to pay up. endowment-and dues : : .... ,9taioie. M 314 it built on anything so fickle as fashion so casual '"' ;
force to If the lung :.. MOB** ts.ustr 11 2MOia impermanent as mere people Tin *' t .' ,
any organ. be provided for members and at this meeting fiy order of M. A. : TtttrBy ** as .custom, : : 1 t!
I nerve is compressed the flow of guests. Mrs. W Brooks,- presi M.. Sophia Royal. W...., Uttthw iiU' U4II'M Church is built on rock firm and' enduring. tlt. ?. I i.. } .
Mart 'a for all shedding light and o
DIAMONDS 'r\und8f will stand secure ages I
dent. Mrs. Alma'Jenkins, reporter. American Legion News : = Hut t II 43' imparting strength to all who are guided by 1 H.It .. <"": ... : '

REPAIRS AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Fiesta Club The Department' Convention t.1'4'1.: :';.i. tl 3Ytt 14)y 'stands on the "Rock of,Ages," the divine -"j. ( 1 .

AD Work GuaranteedA. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morning The .regular meeting of the. held in Tampa was largely attended ..;...... sonality of Jesus Christ and His message, of how .. .,..- ,

Worship 11 a, m. Training Fiesta Club ,will be held' at the, by the 11th District.' More ( far all mankind. c -..: ,

C. Williams Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship citations were received by this r Sjjtgg g. .
Shell home, 1109 Pine Street,,, ** VS J HO9HaBsas l Copyri, IJ5f.Xtattt At*SMYiu.&n.b.r/.. .;: : ::
142 W. Call St. district than other. Local '.---' .b .. -ji .-
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8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer on Friday June 17 at 8:30: p. m ''
Starke, Fla. Service Wednesday 7:30 p. 'm.: i unit 314 received 4. Miss Ganell -.T"_' "", dyac3z 3 t 9wkb b 4 ,wy7, ;+ y.""". x::1:,: axrr rya 1i:.'<; o'S a90rk"tf x S s P: x' .
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Anderson was elected Dept. Pres. ;: ,
Everyone welcome. so that plans may be'completed I t ... .
for 1969-61 and John Lottie of x MawoSt.o-.3%o x .w:?i J..N wx&aorrARvAY' :v' a ar ar.Cea aknvav .r ; .
for celebration of the January to '
-- Ft. Pierce. Dept. Commander:

........ .. : The 1961 Dept meeting will be I These Vital Messages'.Sponsored As A Public Service ,I' .
r. '-- ;E-T Held in Cocoa.''Post 314'and'Auxiliary ? ,
lHiIIl yatt un presented an oratorical l'contest I ,

: t. UW 13.1 CU. FT. FROST-PROOF award of $100 to Miss Gwen '. .. ..
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dolyn' for excellence. in' "oratory.. '1

mN7HEtI (I 'FRIGIDAIRE The 4th Division was a part of I J---T: .

this donation. The 'presentation < GASOLINE JOHN A.cDISTRIBUTOR. TOR ODE GREASE' !
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FROST-PROOF! LOWEST-PRICE!l Diui82-DoorCcfflBit'oa! !! was made at the"RJE graduation ,i : *" '*,

program. Miss Marshall win en- *;FUEL OIL FOB KEROSENELUBRICATION f .

ter' Florida A&M University In : *.. ; ',' ..

TRADES r Sept. The unit will, have a ,nation i i MINERAL ;',. .-, i 1;:.,i l'1' .

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report "of $83.25'has 'been '

t U Why Settle For Automatic Dtfrostins made so far.CHURCH ,FOR:HEROSENE'. OR. FUEL OIL ,

I Now you can own i jenuini Prigidiiri NEIL'S." 6ladlson.and 'Cherry-St.: :! '.. PHONE WO 92011 Starke, FIL .1

t i Frost-Proof' refrigerator jMr-BO Ebenezer Baptist Church' Rev.E. ,. ,

frost it ill. Na frost to hide pscMfes. D. Robinson, pastor held regu : : .. ,. ..,' ""
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No frost to jam ice trijrs.No fcffMtaf.' lar services:on Sunday' :with Sunday ., .'
Schol at 10 a, m. Supt. Henry *
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Bryant'ia charge.: At 11:30 a. WSWESTERN r '
88 B. rnstfrtif' rent miFniztr GUY D AUTO S MITT ? 5 ,
and Corine Hud-
Yvonne
m. Jones, -
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vp son were baptized.,They will sing 'r
'' 2 pirttUli ujffit! CIdi-Crt! Bj-. in the Junior Angel Choir'under Real,Estate Associate Store Barber Shop
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; frattrsRtiBy.mitfntnftDtir the direction of Mrs Ranell En- .: ; ;: .

> -em glish and Rii -'Albert. At .7:30p I r f I

fruit food ftckap ttilf' m. the Angels sang.rind the

sermon was delivered by Rev.. E.' GEMJEWELRY TERWllLfeGARMOf0S >
t-* : Mew Kaptlic tsar lull ai-tfPt ,
Denmark Furniture Co. .
all tti anudPlus..New D.' Robinson, pastor. The spirit : .

i .t ,a Feminine way was high all day. On 'Sunday at -': -. / ; 1',.'

7:30: p, m. The Singing Wonderswill ** *

uSculp.tured'Sheer Look" present a program 'at the Of 'Starke N. L. WOODBURN Your Authorizcd.FonJ! *Dtaltf

church. This is being done to .

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the ,< ":
complete payment ,on 'pro"gram ,, ,
on the large church 'clockwe ) '
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Annette have Phillips recently, sponsor purchased., Is Mrs.askIng PVARDS'fl' a GIB BROWN'SService Community .State:'$

tTA.RKE E RA DID & TV" .
: the full'support of all mem' Grocery and Market : Station '
herS arid community friends. '.:.:! OfSUjkt" '

CALF: ST. Ranell English reporter.- < 'k5: '
311 E.. STARKE FLA.. ;
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