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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 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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VOLUME EK3HTY-TWO STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY AUGUST 11 I960 NUMBER SIX !

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'i" 0NEW Tax Assessor Gene Long, meet- ized the appointment of the tax

ing with the Chamber of Com study group, remarked that "If

It Guards Acquitted; merce Board of Directors Mon- less than 20 per cent of the people

WSJ1C : a- any, was assured that the CC are paying taxes, then it teft
: group wished to be more helpful a fair distribution of .the tax

4J8L&L., than critical in appointing an l iload."

May Retain Jobs impartial group to study the en- | Bishop said it cost $'290 per

A : tire tax structure of Bradford i i pupil per year to educate a child

County. and he thought that more people

y !Ytt j1 ., l Acquittals for 14 state prison and review of records. s:1 Long used a series cf slides to I i should pay some -tax on trt lr

t guards charged by the govern- I,. He said James Dunn, who was explain his new system of|homes, even if a small amount.

ment with violating the civil guard captain, and Earl L.. Ches-- {:r0' a ;rt>7 ", revaluing property in Brad-1 I Bishop asked Long if, when, Iii,
+4 ,;: \ !II''...<. : .' ford new program is completed;
r Y adth rights of prisoners by the infliction ser. who was guard' lieutenant, ." County. He also said that I
$ of iuhuman and cruel punishments will not be eligible for reemployment i :" this program. for which the I would raise the percentageof
," IfJ. ,",,".:' County Commission appropriated home owners who pay ad:valorem
Tbey'were '
were ordered Tuesday, dismissed after '. \ I
!Y L f'3"y .' ,August 8, by. U. S. District Judge' a state investigation before $1 he :;', ..
Bryan Simpson. I II I federal! charges were filed. Another '11 11I j :"" ; cent complete. How soon it will I that this might possiblybe '
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1 right.
I Eleven of the,guards, who were of the defendants had resigned .... yas be entirely complete depends on
3 the amount of that is It was then suggested that the
suspended when they were In- and taken 'another job., money ap-
,rS .dieted, may get their jobs back. Any guards that are reinstatedwill f.,. tropriatea: in the future by the j assessor might revise his yard-

I H.,Cochran, state prisons director i receive lull pay ifor,:$he time I I', 4.:<.<. Commission for this purpose,i t stick so that even" more homes,

'I said he will judge each they wtie suspended, Cochran .. : Long said. i,would be valued in excess, of

1 I case Individually- on the basis of stated. ]I,I The Asessor said it was necessary i|$5,000 and thus pay 4 small

1 I testimony he heard at the trial I The abrupt end of the six: week I]I. for him.to; employ some ad- {amount pf ad valorem.. taxes. '

GOLF PRO ARRIVES# I trial cause after the thr ease] ditional help to carry out the i, Long. said he was 'cauditI $n
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1 I!I i the middle" in many cases b?,
lawyers.:, Chester Bedell Frank J I complicated re-valuing process on
Rainfall In 1960 I Ir :cause u the value of we>
isreclients'
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Ted T. "pio" Golfers Association Scrubl and ,Emory Akerxnan, renewed every piece of property in the
Fox (right) new of Americafor
their Tax .Assessor Gene Long (left)) uses chart to show Chamberof since property was set tocfh&b!
motions for Judgments -j t r county it was impossible for
for the Starke Golf and Country 20 years, the last 15 of which
of r Commerce President Carl Johns his method of applying yardstick him to be out of the off then they would be removed from
acquittal which iceexcepton '
dab, confers with Robert Mc- was spent in North Carolina This were
the
Intire Chamber, of Commerce is his first professional assign- May Equal 1959 argued &t length in the latter J to 'equalIze property values in Bradford County. Long's a part time basis.Long's I"really welfare' caught if rolls.when He said he
demonstration that happened
part of last week. took place at CC directors meeting Monday. new yardstick method of
of ment in
manager, on construction themtw Florida. :
and declared that the
pro shop, seen in background. Fox said that he is BedcU; said the primary point I evaluating property takes into] welfare
especiallykeen
At I laws should be revised to re-*
Fox and his wife, Ella arrivedin about teaching. the gameto Present RateSanta had.was what He :civil rights a convict 1which I I Lawtey Negro Shot MondayIn I consideration the type of construction |i lieve usessors of this responsibiUJr.
said there'was caSe
Starke .Monday from Siler,City, juniors and women golfers and no ; of the house the a- | Long denied that mlllage in
could be
used as a precedent mount of floor !
where he to class space, improvements !
NCr was promanagerof hopes organize a large Bradford
County is out of line
Fe Fire Tower continued pointing' out also that while ,
etc. He said that under '
the Siler City Gott.nd Coun- as soon as the course la open for !'with mist other counties and
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the wettest in the Florida Over A WomanA
as spot county, law prohibits inhuman Quarrel I this method a larger per centage j!
I said
try Club, and began an immediate play.He receiving 4.50, inches of rain dur- treatment it authorizes whatever of homes will pay some taxes that an industry'that would
will be assisted in
mind' of home-hunting. ment by his wife who will manage helpin I ing the first nine days of August, force is necessary to maintain I)' Lawtey Negro Willard Kit ust 3,.shooting of another Lawtey than under the present set-up. I'not pay come a few here hundred for fear dollars of havingto in

The'new' Starke 'pro his beena the pro shop, where golfing as compared with 2.40 inches for order in state prisons to prevent tles, 42, is in the Bradford County Negro. County Commissioner H. A. |taxes wouldn't be worth having

member of the Professional equipment, etc. will be sold. Louis Hill, and 2.0 inches measured escapes and to compel prisoners t Jail 'under $5,000 bond charged I' Willie Sheppard, 42 of Lawtey, Bishop Jr., whose motion at the any way-
At New River. County" average to work. 1 with assault. with intent to com was shot in the right side and June meeting of directors author-
lor the three towers was 2.98 In explaining his action to the It bad been stated at a previous -
mit murder ,in the Monday, Aug- forearm by Kittles with a single
,Put Quality Product On Market indies., : jury Judge Simpson said, "If 'f CC directors meeting that at

Satsuma tower, east of Kingsley the sole issue had ever been that containing. I, Second ManQualifies (I least two prospective industries

Lake in measured the guards. mistreated had: been scared away' from
Clay County these
Bradford County Hospital in fair
County Berry Growers Advised 3.53 inches during''the first' ten prisoners, I certainly would have 'Four Warrants\ I condition. Starke by the high tax levy.

days of August.So required the defense to get up on According to Deputy Sheriff For Long suggested the following
far August has had only two the stand and answer the charges. Dolph Reddish the shooting I steps as 'remedies in the present

Bradford County strawberry City 'this weekend to get information rainless days and 'at ifa. presentrate That was not, and never has been Signed Against erupted from an argument between f I tax situation_ :

growers attending a meeting In concerning such equip might almost each the totalof the issue. Kittles and Louis Robinson, City ElectionRandal 1. A state law requiring reduction

the Courthouse here last Friday. ment, atd this group would report 13.32 inches scored last monthin "The issue always was whetherthis Sheppard's roommate in a room of millage proportion

night :heard James Montalaro, ,; later. the wettest July for many mistreatment, if 5ttrtfe-1iwaa Recent ParoleeFour in. Mosses Place, a colored cafe to the increase in values. '

,associate vegetable crop specialist, Moatalaro said that Plant City years. mistreatment was done""with "thJlpecltic' owned by Claude' Myers. Kittles F. Chitty current coun- I 2. To complete the equalization

with the Agricultural ('Extension growers are expected to have So far this year more than 50 intent of violating the told the deputy that Robinsonand cil chairman and the second man program in which he is now engaged ?
Service stress the of' inches of rain has fallen ,in, the due'' process clause of thV 14th he arguing '
impdrtance from, 75 to 80 per cent of their warrants have'been signed were over a woman to qualify Tuesday, August 9, an- ,
putting;; quality, berxiesy; 'on the! berries under plastic in the coming county. With the usually, rainy I Amendment of the U.fi. ConsUtution against' a recent parolee from, and that Sheppard joined in nounced his candidacy for reelection '3. Make it mandatory for a a-

market, as-well as adopting Improved :- 'sea&on.Be fall months yet to come -.I960 and if it has been done by Raiford. ,two, for grand larceny,: the argument' to'take' up for Robinson to 'the City Council in the person to be a resident of1 th?
practices of cultivation.jbtoritalaro promises to be, another wet year. the guards with intent and know- .
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upcoming
said one there one for breaking and entering September 13 city elections State for, one year and the community
: 'said' that : 'during' of rot grower when he complained ,used.1 Fifty inches IS. about.average.rain ledge. with intent: to,commit grand larceny ,Kitties: told- the deputy that helot for six months'before .be*
visits' to the berry market; here fall for' the'full. months' of a "The government was never for M:Sheppard tO'yait:: a minute .
: and one forgery Deputy ex-
Chitty.
'' plastic, but it was found' that he > i running Group Two, t !g edible for homestead
last spring he was. 'surprised to normal year.Records : able to get past "that''point and w ing. He then
Sheriff Dolph Reddish reported I was first elected to the Council cpi ,
made: his beds too flat, which allowed ; ,, .J'
see how few .tali 1ei. d'theJr'bent water and sand to stand of wetness were brokenin i that's why' I've taken 'it '&Waf Monday* August,e- ca .. om with the IIn 1957 to fill an un-expire<1 ., ,' dive .thinkingthe '
to'protect them from 'of on 1959 when an:average of79i1inchesxxinfefl from.you at this ,time. There are ;Paul JL Fleming, 40;, of .UnionCityem11'psroled'Jufy shot gun and shot'Sheppard inthedoorwayof term ,in 195jmd, has,served
top tne plastic. On beds' that 7 as on. part oTproperty earners.
1 the "sub while' -waiting- :-ln.line .at were' :properly "crowned*' there" : Jn: thweouuty. ,trvo skiesto. thl1Vatnry'sbd' n' 12, ':to' the. room In the 1 council chairman for the past Education-of: the public'as'.to. th'e;
the auction. fu the public will never' hear the Ernest Tanner, since I '
area were aod working
'no the Lakes in :this cafe.Frank year. that 'from
trouble with
rot benefits Derived
are ;
lots' of trucksthat'didn'teven' was other version, but we an'fbe concerned" ; Bell, colored deputy
}$ taw I several feet below their normal then-at Tanner's Gulf Station on
.specialist) said. ", Employed by E. I. DuPont ,de their tax money.
with that sheriff ai Lawtey arrested Kittles
have sheet the '
toahade
a 'I' level twoa; years ago; are:'nowaat north Temple Avenue, is charged I Nemours and Company, Chitty is 5. Public officials to-ignorepre.s.sures :
.Several growers of the him'to ;
:berries from the blistering sun; spoke "A does not lose all and brought the Starke
person
; with the of 1958 Rambler
: near-flood stage and,still rising. theft .a ,. also commander of the Starke r from orIndividuals.
groups
,, shortage of labor that prevented him the Jail: Lawtey Marshal Sumpter ,
'while",the temperature was regis- rights guaranteed by station wagon and, two chain saws National
them from getting all of their brought the wounded I Guard Company and a: 6. No special treatmenf given
tiring? around 97 degrees. Mon Constitution when he is lawfully and other 'equipment which he Harley man.
berries picked during the past Thief SelfAt Sheppard to the hospital after member of the First Baptist I to anyone'by public officials.,
talaro said. "In heat like that, Helps imprisoned, but cruelty alone l is hauled away in the, car. Fleming r Church. He is married to
the former I
(berries can lose. 50 per cent of reason. One grower was said to not a'violation of the 14 'Ai .en4- fs also 'charged 'with the theft of. the shooting:Monday afternoon. Joan 7. A stepped-up. effort by an

,their .quality 'w.} one o{ twobours )have, lost 100 flats on one day Cash DrawerIn ment" the, judge stated.' $103-in ..cash from the cash register of' one son,Tenly Randal and Jr.the father officials'' to make each' tax :dollar

." he added. I because he couldn't, get them The! government, in arguing the and with forging Mrs. stretch just ,a little farther.

MontalardTsftid! that some ber- picked and ,others r reported similar motions for judgements of acquittal Ertiest.Tanner's name on.a check. Tourist Group In announcing. for re-election Chamber of Commerce President
,ile' *rcer ""wily feHstered iby' the ,experiences. The general opinion Supply Store had ,taken the position made out to him. Bonds on the Chitty stated "I will continue if I Carl Johns delayed any further -

:sun, and "declared that, ,heal\ was that you can't depend on I, that the civil rights 1 violation was four ,warrants total $6,000. re-elected, to seek methods and I action on naming the study

'builds; up in the ,crate until a local pickers anymore. $1,179.01 was reported stolen i incurred when prisoners' "were I The Rambler which Fleming Votes ,To Bid For Starke programs designed to make group because he said that all directors

thermometer, if stuck in, fruit Starke Market Manager J. R. Monday August 8, from the cash. punished without having been stole Sunday night,August 7. was which to a live better and to community in ,had not yet submitted
under the :sun would register as Wainwright said he had conferred drawer of the North Florida Supply I brought before the prison disciplinary in'the garage being repaired.,Theexcoavlct support improvements their nominations of members tq
thigh as 120 degrees. He'said that < recently with the state office committee, and they were loaded the:chain saws Election and higher efficiency serve. He complimented Long on
an appliance store, at 224 Wet-Dry in the 'various
growers in the Plant City area about' the possibility of bringing Temple Avenue in Starke, ,Deputy deprived of the "due process of and other equipment into the operating depart .l his. re-valuing program and said

)are considering pre-cooUng" .their migratory. labor here during the, Dolph, Reddish said. law" guaranteed by the 14th car'and drove from the station .ments and services rendered by It looked to him like a step in the

\berries: at the field in. order' to harvest season. "But some prosision About $200 In cash and the rest Amendment. uptown toward the McKinney The North Florida Tourist Association ,I the city" right direction.CAMERAMA .
preserve their top quality He must be made for housing in tie vote broken by II I .
!; 1 in checks was taken ..Mondayed The defense attorneys argued Apartments, his living quarters "a S ,
urged growers here to become these people while they are here," by Randal Chitty and Frank that the disciplinary committeedid on West Call .Street across from President John Kopelousos voted

'taore Quality-conscious and at Wainwright said. Ilgen.' was open. O. O. Webb, not constitute a due processof the Western Auto. The station 10-9 Thursday morning, August I

least .keep their berries under Housing': facilities for migratory manager of the store and only law since it had not been wagon, which had a faulty trans 11, 16 appoint a committee to '

shade until they are sold. labor need not be "fancy," but personnel in the store Monday. created by state statute or even mission and was left at Tanner'sby sponsor a wet-dry election in .

\ In the discussion of plastic certain. requirements* must be said the money was taken be- by an official prison regulation.! Floris, L Mason of Arkansas Bradford County. I
kmulch. Ned Coleman. one grower I met the to ,be. broke down Kopelousos said the committee"
market manager said. twen 9 a. m. and <4< pv m. ,Gov LeRoy Collins said at repaired, on '
who had success with; plastic last He expressed the opinion that Reddish said that apparentlysome Tallahassee the verdict sustainedthe Fleming at the red light by the would 'be appointed at a later cT

season, recommended that all I perhaps the Chamber of Commerce customer lifted the cash state's position in the ease county courthouse date. Tile) first duty of the committee !

growers\ ,have at least a part of ; comprised ,of business men from the drawer and walked out He sail the state had moved to City Policeman Millara Jordansaw will be to circulate a peti- :,

;their planting under plastic' next of the community, might assist with it. The store has .no cash discipline persons found primarily the stalled car and helped tion m an' effort to obtain the I'

:'season. with this project since strawberries register and the money was in a responsible for abusing, prisonerslong Fleming push it off the street eignaiuic of a sufficient mini- \

Montalaro reported thaton; experimental bring considerable money- into drawer used for that purpose.: before the federal government -; after The' ex-convict told him that her of qualified voters in the I

plots at the University the cO community. Reddish said the, Sheriffs Der acted. \ he was trying it out after repairing county.By I .

of Vere Florida, the following with" yields Co pty;Agent-Huggins said'thatI. partmcnt is questioningseveral ... "It should not be assumed from' it. The story' seemed, l logicalto state law the petition must \i '
obtained different I. meeting would be called inforI known to have been in.the store that what Jordan since he knew Fleming be presented to the county com-I t-r A ,
verdicts happenedat
types of mulching; plastic, J64 the the the was these worked at Tanner's.. mission within 120 days __ .f
September a discussion of, I during time money Raiford was, justified or" that = t.
rates acre '' If the I
per ; paper mulch, 237grates Continued is initially circulated.
[ On Pare (1 stolen. .
__ men faultless Deputy Reddish, said the car -
: straw, 162 crates. : and no. these were wholly and names of 25 per cent of the registered I' __
equipment had,.been recovered
mulch, 251 crates. > the governor said. Wrong was voters.in the county sign

The need for a maphine to aid committed. Deplorable condiil'onsdid but not the cash'moner when, which the petition. the county ,commission i .y
Fleming took with him he 9
,growers in putting the plaStioontheir i prevail.- is required to call an election ut:
strawberry beds was'discuss V. Collins said ,Florida 'now has a skipped town Sunday.night after within 60: days after the petitionis I ,
the stolen car broke down and he i
ed. County Agent Q. T.. Huggins correction program finder which presented unless a general
'paid,, ,after the meeting that a there can be no recurrence of sucB i'' lan i into, Policeman Jordan. irk II election falls within that time, in \ o

froup of growers will\ go to Plants y.r : 4 aPYt* incidents. Reddish said that Fleming which case, the ,wet-dry vote will s;

apparently was planning to ,drive: be h:ld ftithin 60 days after the '_
the Rambler country. and 5 t
up pose general ejection. I
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y Sheriff's Posse as 'a' parts salesman to IOU thestolen' The Association approved the : ; [
City Election ,4 1, ,,t f ,
equipment The deputy also 1
appointment only after much discussion an
Has 77 MembersEleven slated: ;-he'thought after Investigating -, and deliberation. The motion -r I 5. i'S- W
KEGISTRATION ,BOOKS Monday morning, that it
to appoint the committee :
: kt'
it was an inside job. There were
.And d 1.5 i was first passed by a slim 10-91
41 ": t 1r men to date have paid several tars outside the garage marginand then the group, after :

QUALIFYING-" their J1Q membership fee to join and station but Fleming took the some discussion, voted again, 9-8.r

", .. ''he Bradford County Sheriff Rambler: which was inside because to reconsider the first vote.
+ ,, *? ; k Mounted Posse. Deputy'Dolph he.' thought it was fixed Huh, aften more discussionand I .

DEADLlNET.f' Reddish said and about 10 and in sood1condition; Reddish in the third ballot taken
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are expected to join this JJrtdajr.: surmised. ; the issue the Association moved Ii'
NOON.
-. 1, ar The posse win meet this Friday* The 'equipment stolen. includedthe again by the. same margin as in
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August 12, in the American two chain >saws, 35 feet of the first tote t -9".to appoint the I
Tuesday 23
August:, Legion Han to elect officers, chain for the saws, two chain saw committee: to sponsor the wet- !

carburetors; three car starters, ,election though it took the
adopt bylaws and 'choose uniform dry I High water iA running rattlesnake out of the swamps
-, 'See/rig/ Is Believing colors., one car generator and one Un tie-breaking vote by the president
derwood typewriter. Ito swing the I -So'wstch your step folks This 4Vj foot specimen (dead
group.
This Space Contributed "The turnout 'so' far at the r of course) i* held gingerly by its rattles by young Dielc

Weekly (bPublicize This' large 15 pound catfish about three hours 'fishing' time., I meetings indicates that rnousfapeople I CHEST X-RAY II I) Torode adobe father, John A* killed the reptfle: as It.
caught'by Julian McRae on a 10 McRae said the big -granddaddy" are Interested for the
in ditch 16 about half
was swimming a along Highway :
CommunitySTATEBANK' E'fi r .b1THE'.C pound test line in ''the Oklawaha po4se to be a success," Reddish The familiar mobile unit Lumber mill 5:30 I
was the victim of a small x-ray Co. from 4 to way between Starke and Kicgsfey Lake. Oldtimet say
River Saturday, July 30, looks win be in Bradford'County
bream hook which, lodged in the said.Reddish pm. that rattlesnakes around
the : move during: "dog days" lookingfor
alinqft as, big as 10-year-old also said that the primary through Tuesday, Aug. 23. for This Saturday it win be in
M NrtY boy from Saratoga Heights (name tough part ,of ,the fish's'aw.} It :" ,food and a eoiafortaWe place to spend the winter. This : '
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purpose of the posse win the- purpose of,._ giving free chest Reno near the Sally Batten plaw,
unknown) shown beside the big took McRae 20 minutes to land be to form a riding club for those one was swimming: flattened out, atop tba,water, with; n
;-rayS & an person. 18 years from,10. a..m.,to 1 p.iii.: and from
', "" '. .fish. the fish who made five mad dash in ,the ccunty who own horses to and, ,older. T *" 2to5ptm. rattles held high to keep them nice,and'dry.: .-. -' .'1
OF STARKE John Torode. left. Gerald Williams 'es for freedom' getting the line enjoy riding events. The ,posse ; A complete schedule of the (Got an unusual picture Send it to The TeI,raps for
'!' :' l center rear' and McRae tangled in brush and hyacinths Win be used by the, Sheriffs De- This Friday' the milt will be at onit's itinerary may be obtained Camerama). :. ;* .' ; : .

,!t.t -. caught the big fish and 42 smaller 'I both of which are very abundant partment only secondarily, the the Bradford. Furniture Mfg. Co. from the Health Department in I '. ..

-. catfish and red breasts In in the river, deputy: said- from 1'to; 3:p..m.' and at Thomas Starke. .

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_.__-I______ _---I-IliamL' Mr: and Mrs. V.W,Strickland, Voters, on' Tuesday, September 13, Instructions !

I Mr. and Mrs. ,F. B. Beard, Jr. ft, *sa {*Jfflrenw13? 're&flr ;td3esMoines a 'R-Fil i n:, '. ink-Ac j D.$36O t following' fO.t..Pu.r. off k.fq:,O4lC$.i CbtBptroBer." A.UonieGeneral. ..ri ,-._'c .

I and family of Sanford win spend ,,laFriday. frn5ing # -i -> flROEP 1 -..OnAlderraaa' fer 1.; J'.r 'I>t,'. Treirer'4e4 **.
I next week with Mr., and Mrs. p s the saioer' -with her 'On Rii c.;'Mel\1o'\ i two >!ItS. ..... 'i ..., ComML-siner FerRsiltoa4and, l' Public.. -"V''I fctiUUeaof-
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& parents, Dr: ibunjrj; C. jfc fltoupt.Mr. tr GPP. AUeriaan for ?"or4tl.t4 Attorney. ofthe rhth
I Beard Sr. at Kingsley Lake. .. .Strickland jro. efit rfl, !! it MlV:\ iI *IYf4 L I "' ... I Jadletal Circuit ". ) folio
QROITP III OM AWerjaaji for fw 'Stiti fcoatw at
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*-:; I Little Steve Canova of Jacksonville -, Copes*, of: Os&jpai&ie, Uotttii* r' Ci. '''' l '' j tw :years.Inspectors. ,- &l District :.; .
IN THE NEWS I! is spending two weeks. with: and surgery ths falL For Said Election r I For One Member of the House
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and # A film, on "Rescue Breathing.". :ifra. Margaret BlankenshipAlbert RepresentativeFor
j his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .. ; he' siniIenieUiod U Crosby. Jr. County Judge
!hat is said to6e
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'amily spent Sundayat SU .Augustine. For Clerk of the Circuit Court
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--I II v I.n Ii i i L. A. Canova. I'I'I .'Beachi; >#; t th? most effective in reviyiog, llrs. Ernestine Denmark Dampier For Sheriff .
II children Mike for Mr and W. H. Edwards who.has stopped breath-' Albtrt Poster For Tax .Assessor
leave
Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. and Sheppard Monday I Ii I Mrs. rurenase any usodel of Bluet person For Tax Collector
of Jacksonville spent the I i music camp at Harmony Bay. I I and family of Atlanta,.were Mon! $!w1Dr..M."b .At D vnarkFurturefs. ? jig was shown at the Rotary Club SJre Charles/.. E.Hardy Hardy F r- Cvmir I Sap rtnwndeat .of hb-
weekend with Mrs. W. E. Middle-I. W S. Haas returned Saturday., day visitors .of Mr. and Mrs. F. itRry Wednesday by .Ray Chance, director il.r*. Peggy Shaller lie. 1a.rnetoo ;.. -, ;,

:Jton and Miss Madge :Middleton. !I after taking a five weeks soil I W. Stricklajid.: Slt ,;facs6nvhile: t; ;$ tg41 of'Clay: .County Civil 'Defense lira.Ray Open toae Vauffh. '..-. ..I I For Far' :Supervisor TJr. (I) Recitruloa Nfmla.e'.ot. the. .- -
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a Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson I conservation course at the University )Mrs. John L%Perry of .dunteri-! -, is .vlsitfcg }11S' ,padparts, 1Ir; and Charles McGlave, first Tertlmony whereof I hereunto-o. !I Board of. County Commissioners

Jwid: :Mr. and Mrs. Butch Wise and !. of Georgia. vile, Ala. f is spending Wednesday I and.. Mrs. W, P. Beriong, this l.7 '_ ___ __ aid officer for the Clay County Seal subscribemy of: the said name town and to cauae.-tb be hersta *-:I D&st&t,3&5k'ir Two(2): Members of.th.JJ .ard *

I I families, and Mr., and Mrs. Ray Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand to uM yitJi Mr. and Mrs. we k ., ...., L_ rescue &. adron. \ .affixed: thta the 2nd day of eZ.Public loltrnc oD. Diets,. i fl. 4'
:Stone and their summer house Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk' Owen VaugiinDonna .. }!.ra'tl. *'iii.. :{bran3and' : children 'The film .demonstrated the Augrust. A. rx. 'so.OFPJCIAL r i For 1. Justices of the Peace, DUtrktsFor -
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Stone and Dottie spent the weekend at Cedar Key. and Gary Baggett of ar vIsitJnjiMr.. aDd effectiveness of "mouth'to ( SEAL)
I guests, Pauletta ; .Mrs. -. _ William T. Jackson. Mayor I Constables. Districts |. S
: Brown of Greenville, Pa. spent last I .Mr. and Mrs. Neal Joyner and Melbourne: are spending .thJs W. P....... Stye'r, .. 1 in Cnerryvfile, H. C.for..t.en A- mouth" breathing in rescue 4Ltt4It: ". I For Ctuuyr gurreypf. ,,<' .. ,
.week at Spring Lake.. two children were in Jackson, month :with their grandparents,! Ii atTa...,', ,U. r efforts. This" pimple method' .re llf'rriU Edwards. City -erk<< .! JR sT timear Whereof, r zue.
.t. "J.; --L sill| St '.< h reu&M **t rajr bent an&ffi.dtha ,
: Mrs. W. H. Thomson and son, Tenn. over the weekend to get I Mr. and Mrs: ; Willis Dyal.j *i2aa ,2cae. Conner. ,. ndfiX quires uo special equipment and : 1.qTIcE .Great 8 al.pf the__, EUt .t.
I Henry, of Monticello are visiting their other two children, Randy,I j Bobby Faye Smift is .vfeitta g tpu Patrgjr, wfll receive can be performed ,by children as OF Fkcii 'y. j jic I I Florida, At TalUlMCMe, th* Cif..IJ:-

: Mr. and. Mrs.. F. F. Stump this and Janet, 'vho have been visiting I II her aunt, Mrs.; W. P. Bourgeois, t heir .Master: of Education .de-I 'enas adults. Although it has tpetnry" ,fJI. kaowa, of *Ute that,.ot I. RA.the. .Ita.u..of GRAY J this 1t'L.ihf.. lt day of August, A. D.i;
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I week. their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. i i and .family at Cowpen r.4e: '' trees. in_ .commencement. '; .. '. ,exercises." .. only recently come back into FlDrtd4.4 hereby give notiefr.>thal' (SEAL) t
: Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Stansbury of I A. P. Joyner, for several weeks. ) Mr. and Mrs. John Carter ana at ;u'yniversity or Florida gymnasium favor as the most effective a Q.naJ ,cUoB-wUl be held.Ia'' .R, A. GP..T J

I New Port Richey, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. E. Tanner went to Fort\family of Springfield, ,Mo, and this.Saturday at 8 p. m. method of artificial respiration Bra! Tueedar/or4\ Cou: next ty. State_ eee ot 4Ue Florida.oo. the.I':r SECRETAKT. OF STATJe.( till

:G, K. Stansbury and Willard Dunn Benning, Ga. Wednesday to get Mr.. and, Mrs, I of Pensacola were recent visitors her daughter Mrs. A. W. Chapman ord were Tuesday evening! dinner Tuesday jfdr Murlsoh, Maine Biblical times, and perhaps UCO. the said Tnaday .Iq the -1
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EJghth .Day of YneIDtier- "
I of Mrs. Edna Sistrunk. and children who will spend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Car where th'y. win: .visit relatives for earlier. Fpr RepresentaUv.i.Cons.resa- '&H _- J

: 'Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss three weeks with the Tanners ter. y two. months; : [ New First At -Th film is owned by the Clay the EIGHTH, CoaCr Mlona4 Dlctriotf' i
t For Three (J) Justices ;of the jSa-f -
I Madge :Middleton will be luncheon while Mr. Chapman is attendinga Mrs. Cly : guests of Mrs. JL L. Patten in rifle match at Camp Perry, Sanford Wednesday and Thursday; : r. ie on'the' dean's. list for Chance said that arrangementscould For,Judge of Ute pistrlft Court.of,

Jacksonville on Friday. to get her children, Byron and ,the :spring: : semester at Florida Bradford be made, through his offiCe Appeal trtct for. the First d.pdllM.. i Di .. i

: Miss Margaret Rose Duncan Ohio.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, Anne who spent the past week i Stats ,University. Tallahassee. High for it .to be shown to schools For 2 Circuit Judges of 'the Eighth !!
S left Tuesday'for :Miami where she Jr. and son of Ocala will spend with their grandparents, :Mr. and John A. sh &Wr., and Roland clu Sand civic groups.WinnDixie Judicial For Governor Circuit :;. _1"S'

: will join Miss Judy Richmond of I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. !rL J. H. Truluck.Mr. Thomas Stem1 will be 'among the When classes begin at Bradford For Secretary of StateF"or '

I Fort Madison; la. The two willS Taylor, Sr. and Mrs. Charles A. Darby 55 graduating1' forest rangers who High Uiis year it is likely thatone. Sales Commissioner Agriculture. c--- 1
sail Friday for Nassau where they Extra Bobbin save Time-Stock: and family are vacationing at will jeceive; their 'certificates in student will have traveled For 3tate Superintendent of Public;,

will remain until Wednesday.I IP with SInxer Bobbin At Denmark Ilorseslioe this week.: commencement exercises, at the I further to enroll than all of his Up 6.63Per Cent __

I From there they will go to Cocoa I Furniture Co. tf I Lee Moorer returned Wednesday University of Florida's Forest I. classmates combined. steiner ;
J where Miss Duncan will teach first I Mike Smith is at Camp Eaton, from two weeks visit with Rangers School in Lake City.' Friday Lorentzen of Oslo. Norway will Sales at'Wi m-Dlxie Stores dur DJ.IB Ie.

: grade in the elementary school near Ocala, this week. her father, Leon B. Moorer In night 'at 8. o'clock.: have traveled more than 3.000 ing the four-week period ended
I this fall. Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Springfield Md. JSsa Louise Donaldson :of Decatur miles to become the first foreign July. 2& .were 6.63 percent.above L_ FLA.J I

and family spent Saturday and Sundayat Herman Roberts Mrs Marcus Ga. has been :.visiting Mr.. student to attend a high school the corresponding'.period, of1959.
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Sternberg "
I How- and Mrs. L.. D. Vining the past SUN. JIONW & TUES. o---.vwaeQ-
of Daytona Beach are Salt Springs with Mr. and Howard, Mrs. John Marcus in .this .area.Steiner The corporation curr ntjy
a family! two weeks in the O. W. Mrs. H. T. Smith. sjd. Jr. and Mrs. N. E. Roberts week. will study at Bradford operates 513 supermarkets' band August 14, 15, 16 'WILt.I _
: spending of Lake Butler were last Friday Mrs. Edward Burns;, Miss Mary iigh' on a scholarship awarded the DOUBLE.FEATURE.
nine wholesale units in South I
Griffin cottage on KIngsley Lake. Mrs. Robert Green and daughter
U visitor of Mr and Mrs- Wesley: Katherine Wainwright, and Mrs.Pat him by the American Reid Service I SSCOMD HBLPINOS _
with 492 retail stores
Marion, and Mrs. P. D. Red- compared Thunder Road
: Mr.; and Mrs. R. R Gahagan
Andrews. Scoggins will attend the ii.brar' Scholarships of New York in
k and son, Jimmy, of Bluffton, S. C. dish are spending Wednesday to Mrs. J. M. Sikes of Fort Wayne staff, meeting ln-the Gainesville cooperation with the Starke Field and nine wholesale. units this time: Starring Robert Hitehum ,
': were weekend visitors of Mrs. Sunday at the Reddish camp at Jod. was: Sunday dinner guest of Mbrary,'tonight [T urSday.1 ,Service Committee. The purposeof last year.Monday -PLUS l

S Mattie Gahagan. Mr. and Mrs. Cedar Key. Their husbands will Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. Mr. / nd Mrs, Charles Darby these scholarships is to bring TheUnEorgivenBurt j .' _
: Gahagan flew to Harbor Island join them over the weekend. Mrs. Lucile Davi was visiting ,and i'ainily are vacationing at outstanding foreign students to Last Day To I i br
Lancaster d
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Hfpbnra the b
a for a week while Jimmy remainedhere Linda, Patty, and Bill Rosier. Mri.M. rgar t .Sp rkman in Horse Shoe, this week, this ,country and give them ah Enter 'Tennis Tourney Audrey! 'Eftla t rt ,jf _

with his grandmother. I II I are visiting their grandparents Waldo en Sunday. I Mr. and :Mrs. Gilbert Brown opportunity to see American life Plus Cartoon, b B ffl or tfubUd.Tkfi wif _

*- Attending the Baptist WMU I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrews in Mrs. :Jerry Alkire and daughter, :and son, Bill; were vacationing at firsthand andbea part of it. THUR. .,* 'was providers I favor
WED. _
: conference at Ridgecrest N. C. for: Lake Butler this week. Judy, of Tampa are spending two! Fontana Village./N...Cl'last: : week. During his stay here Steiner will ;-.Recreation' Department Director We ofGiQrgi''i. _
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hr a week are Mrs. J. H. :Marby Jr, Mrs. P.. A. McDonald of Albany weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J, L,. Dr. am Mrs-iM.-'Ci'stith; and live in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennerhas announced.-that Aagust 17 18 :Hotpiulud Snr ieU Fhs.acddeaU .

: of Starke. Mrs. Dorothy Stewart Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. :Mc- Faircioth and Miss Elsie Geiger. Mrs. H. L.Brownleewere. In St. Fred Dodd of Keystone Heights, entries hi. ,the county-wide open' DOUBLE FEATURE I for Pcnniei.41y.it UlpI

S of Gainesville and Mrs. Milton Donald and son of .Birmingham. ,Mr. and Mrs._ B. L. Moxley..Jr. Peters. urI last Wednesday to who! trill be his foster parents..He tennis tournament\ ,will close at .The ,Big Operator i. :"'" bW WhciI... _

... Josier, Mrs. McElroy, Mrs. Nor- Ala. will be weekend guests of and children were visiting their Friday t1s1tin : b1et. and. i relative trill bs expected to take part In 5 p.m. Monday, August 15. Mickey R. oney, Steve Cochran i or. itrflte..CtU __ __

man Melton, Mrs. C. L. Cooper, Mrs. Bynum Perkins. parents.$. Mrs. Emma Wilburn intpi1v1Ue (-. all thr normal family, school, The .tournament 'is to be ''held PLUS. : your life of Ceorpi.;
[ Ga. and Mrs. Susan Slade underwent: surgery and activities 'of an 15. :&jai tOday for'dtuik..
Mrs. Hazel Hicks, and Mrs. JoAnn Greig Moyer of Jacksonville was and.Mr community the week of JUigust Anyone 1
I Hicks, all of Hampton. Visiting her cousins, Stuart and M9 ey, Sr. in Midville. Ga. last en her broken ann'iii ,to ''Vin .American teenager. interested in entering the tournament .Home .From The Hill ;

:. Mrs. H. B. Peyton entered Brad- Steve Strickland, last week. "ee .0_ cent's Hospital Monday after- When, school closes:steiner will ''should:: contact the.'Recreation -, Kabm Mitchnm... ,-, Eleanor Parker. rRT INS it\Nc
: ford County Hospital Saturday for Mr. and# Mrs. Richard Sieffer- c Mrs. W, J.: McCloud. Df water- noon. Susan.broke her .rJiht arm join other $tudents'in.,,.this, coun- Department'or Benher..Plans : Plus, Color Cart og- f LlfL: coY!

further treatment.I4nwood of Tampa were weekend visitors bard. S. C. is visiting Mrs. J. M. I uj. a skiing accident two-' weeks try, on fcimilar: scholarships' .and are to'have competition: ,singles __
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Mitchell for two we'ekS.Mr. bus- before FRIDAY Y & SATURDAY ;
and Dee Walters and of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wil- UO. tour, the"country, .by" only unless at least 'four double? I
a I ana Mrs. Roy Champion of MrsWis, ; SJaHe'retunied as returning, to ,his native.Norway": : teams enter. .' August 19 & 20

Douglas Ga. and Mr.- and Mrs; Friday:,from'threSgrweeks vacationWairiyiIl The lc.Cal committee- : is putting . 'Ii'' .. DOUBLE. FEATURE. i AEj :
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I. -- Leon, Wgrtfc.pf .Sterling.. .fl!... reguests 1 i. NC up.-$650fls: "feharet of.;:"..thescholarship' -L.- .-..... : "- '
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Thanks of Mr. .d 1 rs-. Le's.f' .| l. ..j. 4..Mr !.J Jor. ..aDdI : ... Most ;of thIs,,mon > q4 oV QrtCE 6FLbC4O7i-.., '' Underwater j :
-- Folks For Making (Trews at KlngsJey Lake for two I daughter Jackie povpd tb'ttolli )iai already been: .raiseii through L Wmi&zfrrT.tftcsoh; uoUsT.1s. of Dan, .DalleyJacjk -V'42; nt _

weea. ; wood.-F 1a.. last.6aturdayT; the-efforts'of. tb Jaycees( ; Uons, th5 '.?ay.Htf7 .St?;* Florida, .by .: :THe Ripper 1 I :f rj .Q.4.s4f
Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steels. and .:aCcha'el: ppans". b. visitinj, notary... Clubn An>eric q. Legion, yjf {i/ot.th*ujjiprty Yt'lItt'dfrFmfl .. .,'U'Bl gt..t. __
I by lawV I in "e rt>y:;>aH.: &tv ltk StarrIug r4eo ,Patterson f JYandli t' .,
HalneVat Altamont ": .
Our Anniversary Sale A SllccessuhlujirA family of LaGrange, Ky. were I David Sprfng! and e\eial church groups. Anyone to. be..'lteld) at the. Pare JtstIonIn ...: ,. earf w \"
Monday visitors of Mrs. W. B. this week. inteiested in helping with the .aforesaid town. 'by 'qnalttled.. -o1" rf,'.'- -." : 4; 1:' : -Stark-FIa..---4-_.. l.r\'"
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Mundy at Kingsley Lake.. Singer oewlag lichm .Needle* this project or learning' .more HC i 'L : -i ** f ;---i --- J.- '-_.-- ; ,: =_._. -.:.. ,. (I-

Miss; Dotty Brown and Pauletta' aienrniJk Turpltuni' Co. 'UI i about (tt may do so,by contacting _" .. ....-y- :': .'. __. : _.. ,._._' ., _>" '.0. ..' -'-:----- -. ---r, _._, _, ._-. _.
CASH Stone of Greenville. Pa. are visiting Mr, aid",Mrs. Wv.J., Johnston I. Itev..Barry Van Deventer 'or T. H. : :
Mr, and Mrs. Ray Stone for: and children .of Miami will bteekena Slade. : 4 j -
.a the summer. .guests of Mrs. Alice Anderson -.

_ MLss Vivian Garcia of Camp, end Mr, and Mrs. Bobby I' Christian Youth .
R A I N Superette Blanding left Sunday for FaY Turner. '

; etteville: N. C. to vi(st Miss Dale Mr. and His: Charles Durkee of To Host, RallyThe I

Pierson for ten days. GainesvQe,; have ,mQYed..into the '
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: Owned and Douglas and Cecil Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and Renher'apartment, 381 W. Washington Christian Youth Fellowship .
Operated by Wayne daughter of Tampa were weekend treet.. of the First Christian Church ,will .J'
: Douglas, formerly Manager of Suwannee Store visitors of Mrs. Laura Tison. Mrs. Annielou Williams amson. be hosts to the District Youth for
.' 671 W. Madison\ Phone WO 4-9231 their Fifth Sunday Rally on
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motes and .,Mabry. and Mr?. Ethel Scott .v---
Open 7 Days A Week 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. son. Carl of Palatka and Mrs. .Oxford visited Mrs. L. S. Hutto August 14 from 3 p.m. to '8:30: -tJ'LLBE Q ,

Charles Hardy and family bEtarfcj and family over the ..weekend. p.m. at the Edwin (Pee Wee) .
: WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS
: visited the Stephen Foster .Mary (Lou Edwards will visit Williams place on Kingsley Lake. DOLLARS AHEAD!

I. Memorial on Monday. Carl Motes.Jr. Pat Anderson.in Jacksonville: over The program will "consist' o f -

WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY remained with the Hardys for' the weT end! swimming, supper and fellowship .i 1

... several days vfciL ] Mary, Ann Dally: c vof Jacksonville J J1's songs. The proram will conclude. :TERRIFIC VALUES -

GROUNDHAMBURGER I Mr.. andW.. P. Glenn wil$ visiting Sally Ann Epperson. with.. a pilgrimage to a worship -_, .; :
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be in Columbus Ga. next week this vee'fc., A .. i area at which time a specU' .
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E a S lb. 39c visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Emma' Badman Is the( candelight service will .be held' ,
Mrs. Don Page and son. D nnIe guest of Mr.,anbt "Mrs.' Harlow TJ e' women of the Church l aredOiiaUng

IIe and Stevie Simmons took Mrs Trescott at Daytona Beach this items for the supper jSSE225SESS&: ti''v' ,COIL INNERSPRING

: IOUNQ TONE or SIRLOIN .... Page'!! niece. Dot Reese. back tc week I ,. .
her home at Seymour Johnson Mrs. Bessie' Coffee .and son.Robert -
: TEAK .Ib.69c' I Air Force, Base N. C. over the and Milton .Dill of Jacksonville ,

: weekend. Dot has been visiting : were visiting Mr}*and Mrs: MATTRESSES S E S :

here for several wees. j. P. Dill over the weekend. Do' You

rRvEGF&'d A. lb. 2ge Replace jour old tnrtai machine Mrs. J. R. Kite was vacationing ,

I belt with a new Sister Bell in Tallahassee last week, visitingDr. Have & SALE
from Denmark Furniture Ca. U and Mrs. H. P..Stubblns 'andJud& .

: t IH G. W Baisden of Jacksonvilleand and Mrs. Glenn: 'TerrelL HEARING PRICE .
tEWAftMe. S9c Mrs. Effie Johns of Starke 95-.0. : ,

_.-.........,..,. --- were visiting Mrs. P. W. Webb inHawtilJrne Mrs. E. L. Cox and daughter, PROBLEM: .. ; . .
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Linda.and Misses Rosa and Edith .... : '
and Mrs. Pete .
Lhidsey : : ,
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: vjsited. )!rs.. Laura RauJer- 1 ,: .
in Moore ..
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: ,.., High Springs last Wednesday. .
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Thursday.Dr. '-.. '- ; ," ; .
l t: Stevie Simmons returned to his son,in Jacksonville last. .,.--4", ;
POll ClOPS a. 5e home in Miami on Sunday after and Mrs. Barney UcRae W1TH'-, ,

.. two weeks visit with Don Page. and children Lake. City afcd visitedMr !fantly D lay can be. h rmtuJ. Hear 'Yci1i. 1.fa) : .. lif iii 3' 4. 5g.: TRADE ." ': iJi&1tl
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Mrh. and
Ronnie Mundorff Ms..McRae '
entered
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: ItJLsILsucEIi. I again with tiny Maico Hearing "
Bradford County on. Sunday.
.1 Hospital on .
Aids. Concealedinbow: Ui fpij ii fti-W' with :3 i.J
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: IEEF a IB. 39c Monday\ for Observation and Mf. and Mrs- 'Kenneth Turner ,
lItER of glasses, behind ear, or in J layers of padding.
.. ......... "..... -.. .. <. _..,.- _;-r ..,..- treatment.: and son. .Buddy, of Sanford were hair. Write for FREE Bookletor : AIJOx -
17t -- Capt. and Mrs. A\ K. Carlisle Sunday: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .1-IL
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t. IAANAS ..1IL.;; lOc several and Forest children, _11L weeks this will visit weekend return with his to Park after mo- T.family Mr C., .Chastain ato visited} Mrs.-Rev,B..A.Jr.,, and Colson lIrs.L.and. ,- :stop MAICO'01'in.Jacksonville. :mSf( SAME PRICE SAVH$50'& $ PER- SET: !


ther Mrs. Ruth Carlisle, and
D. Haines at Altamont Springson .
-fft A O .4A j -* t 4 sightseeing throughout Florida. SundayMr. MR.:R.C. PAULK ,
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: Mr. and Mrs W. W. Colley of .
EINEVt s 3ge .
mm3il i and Mrs.: Earl Norman .of.iaetsotvUIe
Gainesville announce the birth of Hearing Aid Cot nt from d1i
were ,visiting hermotherMrs. f. ii i.A.Ye: Bedding Sble.J Come. in
With. $5.00. Fooa. Ordcf r :a daughter r on July 26., Mrs. Col- E.L.Cox.. on Satur- '. MAICO ,
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Icy will be remembered the

_ ,I 22. SWE1.. former Sandra Rowe. as I day.. SERVICE !!'J !: ffie tihbeii&alile/ / Values: !.. (, :

Mrs W. B. Mundy spent the I .", y< .
MIXPICth.2c \weekend ,319 Professional : .
with her daughter, Jean __ Bids. '
I Bpyf Caught :T :t
at Camp O uwannee, Baptist .
----"" --='- '--' '-' Jacksonville 2.- Fla. will be '

1 i JIM DANDY State- Mrs.Camp Sack at.Brinford.Crawford and_ children !I R E edHandedg. in Starke ->-. '.;. -p--E.Lii- -- SINGER( .SEWNQ-( MACHINES! .f! ; .2WLLTOWALL ..vkrii ,

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GRITS S S : 5 Ibs. .of Gainesville were visiting I Two: Stwift boys.iged U )luhy,'f Aogust 15 at .., ; : : .. .:
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her. parents Mr. and. :Mrs. S, B. : : .. .

,. Johns, on Tuesday. [aM the act lttrefe of removing Monday. assortpenL.cf to- ..KOCHS ;.,, :;:? ---{ /T.! .1.5?*,.. '. ..'....,".>.- '. "'.-,. : _; :. '" ;; '. ...,
I \rr ADd Mrs. Eston Jordan and ; : 'l ;.
BALLARD S. R. last : Cc s from the garage olbe DRUG,.STOE ; __ u- ..-- ... I .
family returned Thursday I Pterlei' Darby residence in .: .. '.. ; I. .,..... :: ....r... _' [ ,
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from nine days vacation in I ; '. -
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. 4ge. They Shreveport.took: La.-and.New Mr. and Mrs.. Orleans Wf T. II Starke.e t-wi't'! .who. 2vs- a- .t :.and.in for demonstration. FREE- -le tmg.. ; )iif-f' r'atYou: ,(bin Do.J getter At" :::,,;,::; :
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I Jordan back to, their horn in rosi: .hej reet.froa Di.rbY cti- j or
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GA.nED I4MIT TWO Shreveport after several weeks ervd tof boy. lejlVing i fii thsooli Poi- WO; 40tf4ii-. t : ff cMz l '
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caught tbemT and etMt& .
TOMATOES yWt, ler : iatmeat'm our Ii aie.N ,
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cln10 po..... _. ". .. flMFlJRN.frVRE, : .
the Shwiff: D The : :
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Mr. and Mr* J. C. JQobbs aitf : ., ,
ti6 Do want
bUg w.: yoa goodg : -
Darby family .
taLawayon-vaea- : ; .
family: :, are vacationing for two ; ; ., : STARKE '
FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 can weeks tt Flajler. Beach. wrv *,t Uw'.iim }il": ,. .ploi :good, 'waler- .

2Sc Dr, and. Mrs. ..James Chace. .of .,pepall; .-.Reddish s*. t i.. k 'aayBtaik: i ifetlAl ? '
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Tuscon ArIL were last Wednesday \wG1.dbeL1n na previoustTauMe"aM"weri I : ; itje 44la; p.
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-:--- .. guests of their aunt, Mrs. Jie. .' ,. '." '. .' "'." _" "-' --' -"-----------. ...,'- .-. -.'.' ,_ .. ""-' __, _.-' J.r.-t';;, .'t_,..:'.

c Etta Hoover.. custoJy of .their..,.parenU,; ; -' ,: gsss_ '. -:.. ',' '. -' -. ; -' .- "'.'-. .- -". -- --.-- .-.'

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AUGUST 11, 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,_STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THfiEH
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Reunion Planned -.po-- :..:. '

I For WainwrightsA I iti :" -.II-. .;,'',-".'.,-:";,_,.::. .. t 3r : i

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: GET READY
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reunion of the Wainwright [y.

lunil/ is being planned for Sunday 9 4 :!.' r
Aug. 14,at the Doctor's Inlet : ;
Civic Center in Clay County, I
Re/ Thomas D. Ryan Jr., a BACKSCHOOL
Gladys! Moor Jacksonville Methodist minuter j I
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who married Into the family is' .
heading up the effort to get together : \
Bagwell Children I Crews DescendantsHold I' : k> ? TO YOU
the descendants of Edward s t. I
Celebrate BirthdaysAt j Reunion At J. and Newnan Cone Wainwright,* f & I II
brothers who moved to Bradford II.
Joint Party Lacy Norman Home County immediately after the' n" > ,:' L H NEED F
War Between the States. num
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell entertained -
Descendants of the late Frank ber of descendants now live in Lc
at a combined birthday
Clay and Duval Counties, wellas IT !
party Monday night for their'son M. and Josephine Crews gatheredfor as
and daughter, Donnie and Faye. a family reunion on Sunday Bradford.The studentsfiEIIHtf
reunion occasion will feature :-
DonnIe was.14 years old on Aug July 24, at the home of Mr. and I
a' .
a worship service at 12:15. I
P and Faye was 12 years old on Mrs. Lacy Norman on the old basket dinner at 1 m., review
p. a
July their six 21. guests Donnie enjoyed and Faye dancingat and home site west of Highland. of family history, introductions, Griffin Receives Promotion 1 : LOANS TO $600
Eighty-three members of the and plt: re.taking at 2 p. m. x I
the Bagwell home the early
part ,of the evening, went skating family were present tQ enjoy the! All with family connections in ft i For Any Worthwhile Purpose
I the Starke area are invited to at, To Full Colonel BEST
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for awhile, and then returned to get-together and the dinner that tend. j ,
the Bagwells for refreshments. was spread out of'doors at noon. -"

Attending this event were Mrs. "Hope" Topic At .Lt. CcL James A. Griffin;'!'technical:: supervision and advice I \ SCHOOL WORK! TAXES
Miss Geraldine-Gay Annie Crews and children, Mrs. Irightl is pictured with Maj. ""toNalional, Guard units UNPAID BILLS

Celebrates Birthday Dorothy Crews Howell and family, Ladies Council"Hope" Gen. Mark W. Lance Adjutant,, out the state through-j MEDICAL\ EXPENSES .
Alvin Crews and family, Mr. and I General, as Griffin received hiS i iI j i Col: Griffin began his custom Tifte was the topic of devotion : > I
With Skating.Par y Mrs. Joseph Crews and daughter, I promotion on Aug. 2.to the rank i I II l the National Guard in 1930 and CASH PURCHASES
Florence Crews McCormick, Mr.: :; at the meeting of the I of Colonel, Ordnance Corps. entered active duty with the 31st : fJe ETC..
Ladies Council of,the First Chris & ( ;
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Miss Geraldine Gay celebrated and Mrs. James McCormick and. I Col. Griffin is State Maintenance Infantry Division at Camp I
her fifteenth ,birthday last satur- daughter, Sara. Crews Albert and tian Chuich left Thursday. Aug-j l Officer of the State' Adjutant :- Blanding in 1940. In September J\ !
day evening with a skating.party. family, and .Mabel Crews Adams, .ust 4.Mrs.. : General's staff and is stationed 1947. aitrr World War n, he was
After skating during the early all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Eunice Wilson was in cIJ$1o 5 With
; I! at Camp Blanding. He is I,assigned to his present position Prompt Service
part of the evening the 15 guests Joe Smith and family of Rock charge or the program. She was responsible: for all field maintenance with office and residence at \
returned to the Gay_home for refreshments Hill, S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Kirby assisted by Mrs. Maude Andrews I activities and provides Camp Eianding. TWBI
watched the shock and and Mrs. Bessie Colson Mrs. Millie CARTRIDGE ,
and Stringer family and Mr. t( Problems
theatre late show on TV. Mrs. Bill Harrell all of Miami: Fogg and Mrs.. Cleo Harley. I Christian Youth Hear I OR REGULAR l. i Money
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.. Mr. and :Mrs! Marion L. Crews The Council also made plans to
.--- '- .--..--.....-- --- -. -,--- and family 'of Hampton; Grace help the Youth Fellowship whenj j Judge T. A. Yawn CHOOSE.YpyiEJHSJL, ) I i

Crews Buckley and children of they Conference entertain next the Sunday District, August Youth II I l' "The Problems of Youth in )) **** ./ STOP IN OR CALL "
Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew : !
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F Bradford County" was Judge T., stopIfliajfLfcljj ,
FloridaTheatre. Crews and son, and Delyn C. 14.Circle I
meetings will be held I A. Yawn's topic when he spoke II III
Pearson and of Raiford I
1 son ; -
to 24 people of the First
Thursday August 18, with Circle young
Josephine C. Peoples of Lake 1 having covered dish luncheonat Christian:: Church last Sunday'
a I II
Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Van- { I TOWN FINANCE C0.
Zant and family of Callahan; Kingsley Lake at 11 a. m. Cir- night. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
cle 2 will meet at the home of "How can we help" was the
Marion
L. Crews Jr. of Lawtey; I
Mrs. Tressa Jordan at Camp i I main question asked! by the youth.
Mr. and :Mrs. Richard and
Sapp Blanding at 8 p. m. Circle 3 will Judge Yawn explained that the! 144 W. CALL ST.
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family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil,Hardeeand I I IM
have a covered dish supper in theFelow3lp most serious problem was not
"\ family, and the hosts. :Mr. : Hall at 7:30 m. that of juvenile delinquents Ph WO 4.9091 Stance, Fla.Bradford .
p.
and Mrs. Lacy J. Norman. Besidesthe I
need for foster nomes. but'I
immediate numberof I
family a Lions ThanksN. that would take children in
Saturday 13 other relatives and friends en- Express -
August them love and care, and help
joyed this occasion. 1.. Woodburn, president of I them develop Into good citizens.As r
1st Feature Starke Lions Club, has expressed the problem exists now, whena
ywiadelac Lawson Clan thanks to the people of Starke for child should be removed from a
i Holds Reunion their cooperation in the successful I: home there Is no way of receivingaid County Telegraph
w broom sale conducted Thursday I to place him In a good home.
Judge Yawn said he could use
r of last week.Woodburn
Forty-six members of the Lawson
many.hcmes now that would open 1A.
r family enjoyed a'family .reunion said that $246 worthof :
x l1i brooms were sold and that the their doors and hearts and help
and basket dinner at the .
for these unloved children.In
H. A. Lawson home last Sunday. receipts would, be used in the I care 1

Attending from out of town Lions Club.. sight conservation not most the cases children the but problems the unconcerned are-I II Hair Stylist School I II

were Mr. and-Mrs. Guy Dyal and program. parents, and many of Graduates ReddishKeith
2nd FeatureSQUARE daughter of. Green Cove Springs, HAMPTONCHRISTIAN these patents are receiving aid to I I ,-
t' I :q, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Woodham and l take of their children.
CHURCH care own C. Reddish,of Starke received -
family of Jacksonville, and Mr. The need is most serious is invites to seethe
Carl Clarke, Minister his diploma last Friday you
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DANCE and Mrs. Bill Larson, Mr. and Mrs.
SUNDAY SERVICES evidenced by the many cases of morning from the Riverside Hair,
I .. Frank Castleberry, Mr. and Mrs. children who leave home because Styling Academy in J cksonviUeand' "h"am "T
10:00: a.m. Bible School
J. C Turlington, Mr. and all-new
Mrs of no love children begging hiding started' to work Monday as a -
Sharon Turlington and ,Mr. and HQOjn.: .Worship & 'Communion -' stealing so'they can be, :sway member, 'of the staff at Valine's
JUBILEEFeaturing Mrs. David Lawson all of Au1 urn- from their parents.- Can we a-I Hair Stylist in Arlington-
dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan 7:30: pan Evening Worship I waken now and help save manyof
also attended the
Mr. Rfddish
and family of Lake'Butler. WEDNESDAY ,7:30 P.'I. oar youth from years in industrial Burroughs

Prayer Service and Bible' Study .. schools. or, prisons,. ? Americar Hair Styling Academy'sSchool
Mary; Beth Hughes, Spade ; "-- of Cosmotology in Jacksonville -
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Cooley & .Band, Cowboy '--- and studied under Michael TEN KEY

Copas and Gang .Angelo, Jane,Miller and Thel- _
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And Many Other Radio ma McBride during his training. ,

AndTV.Stars2CARTOONS NGJ-iITS N OE EL'AUTO ELECTRIC

25 $',,*,.?"AlSo, .. '.. : BETHEL BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH .

r ': Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- ADDING I

ing Worship. 11 ,a. m. Training ;,
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Union; 6:30: p. m. Evening Service ,
Cartoon: Phito's Playmates 8 p.'m. Prayer Meeting each

SALESO.F Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel- MACHINEHere's
come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor.
SUN., MON., & TUES.
IsALusr
August 14, 15, & 16 .
t the latest{ for fla modem cSd

"D.mn., t A NEW 1 a11 ..1.the light, compact aq-eleCtrk

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laUI""" ;, '. Burroughs Ten Key with new Balanc8T 41 tt'"' :i ITS JUST WHAT EVERY
14 ;if la stilting M/O/J/ -
,II.6.WEltS HOUSEWIFE WISHES
Ford Chevrolets i GA -HEATED WATER

# TIME THE' \L or !; "I FOR THE DISHESWe SEE THEM TODAY ,? CApaaaAl,



MACHINE a 1 ONLY $199 PLUS TAX

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WED., THUR., FRI. I in announcing

August 17, 18, 19 that
for
franchised dealers the
have just received' a we are now

-whole truck load of stoves. famous Burroughs line of Machines
Never These stoves must go to make Adding --

-' Y gs ,room trade-ins for on more.old We stoves.give Now's good manual or electric -- /keyboard/ or ten-.key.

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the time to.trade. Come on

a $195 DOWN $56 PER MONTH in and take your choice! Jfs the latest; !-

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WE ALSO CARRY
Electric Refrigerators ONLY
f' : $1-13 .
Clothes Dryers, Electric

.. Washing Machines, Gas Hot > <'J plus. tax -',,-" _
Water Heaters. :,
OVER ,
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IS MERCHANDISE OF THEBEST ,

1.t t 1 100 GUARANTEED USED I! CARS QUALITY.PYROFAX All Burroughs'" Adding


GAS
S Machines Unconditionally
CLEAN SAFE

4.ati.., "s TO SELECT FROM DEPENDABLE- MUCH Tie Neil) .

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 'THRIFTLINE' Guaranteed i For One Full

.1' E BURROUGHS HAND-CPEWTtD
ADDING MACHINES Year!

1 A UTHE' OUT OF THE WAY Xef&aAateGnjBkrt..sat tsp! i

COME 1M AND SEE US-TODAYI! ;
fc*a sii 1 itttt Hit lid k M WStt ,
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'--Cartoon_ ,ka'V: TRUE BOO BUT A LOT LESS TO PAY of Free Service For First Twelve Months!

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editorial : 1 I More Widows; Liquor License Chest XRayMandatory Pre-School PracticeSet

I Farmer's: Diary For For BHS BandThe

I .By Sam McGaryry: Of Applicants File Food Handlers -
Veterans i Bradford High School

What Do You Pay \ ,first, and letting them put on i i I/n Union County I The Bradford County Health Band will have pre-school re-

( some growth, and then fertilizing |Department reminds all health hearsal beginning Tuesday. August -
For $10,000 Schooling? t again before putting on the I MetsPensions: I six applications for liquor licenses certificate holders in ,the county 16 for drum majorettes and
plastic mulch. And'most of themare i I, iu Union County have :I that J. is mandatory thai they i new band members and Tuesday,
very enthusiastic about plasticmulch : !,II I been filed with Ralh: August 23, for all band members.
Chamber of Commerce directors have heard Tax As- Pickles.i receive & chest x-ray prior to receiving -
.A number of widows !
and say they will use it: of war Jacksonville district Rehearsals will be from 8:30 to
sessor Gene Long explain his method of re-valuing propertyin this year. .::I veterans jn Bradford County may the State Beverage supervisor Department.for!!I :a health card. 10:30: each; day. Pre-school drUJ

Bradford County and have found it good-as far as it i ,I! now > eligible for pensions for I Under the latest interpretation of][I that"We are happy to inform you :tor the drum majorettes and new

goes. !II No wonder, for in addition to !i the ir&L time 'due to a new law II the law, the beverage department !I I made arrangements have been band members will last from
[ whereby all food handlers
I practically eliminating hoeing!I ipassej by Congress, eliminating a has announced that four licenses'!'! ', August i6 through 19. All members -
The main trouble is it that Assessor with obtain free in'
chest
seems, Long may
: x-rays '
"catch
From early reports, 'ouiBrad- growe i are finding they can set, c taupe". "that for 15 years: !;! will be issued. Before the .recent will drill from August 23
the funds originally assigned to him for this has :has I j[Bradford County, Dr. Covington,
purpose [ prevented. thousands of'I'I through 26.
ford County tobacco growers did out pepper or tomatoes in the I l I wet-dry election there were five '
been .able to get the job only about 20 per cent finished.He 'eryeU'' this 'sIason.VOne! grow- 'middle of berry beds and: thus,I",,'ido\\!- and dependent children ;!,licensed dealers in the county. I j!jhealtn The mobile director said. -
chest
hopes to obtain additional funds from the Commissionto I cr sail he got about a ton to the ;i Set a "bcnus" crop later on after from receiving such benefits. i ? All five of the former license j will be operating x-ray units
throughout the
continue the'revaluing program during the ,coming year. acre and received about a.52 cent : the berries are finished. One man,i The announcement was made :; folders have applied for re- ; county from -
i Aug. 10 through
by A. L. ,7rry : !
iiage for the-whole.Jot..He was did well last season this way: Crosby County Service licensing. They are S. P. Rucker,
It appears to us that Assessor Long is a conscientiousand < : j Officer,'who said the U. '' Aug. 23, "Unless your 1hest: x-ray

dedicated official doing his best to get a job done with well, pleased.-. alth ti., theprice* he got. ,j with pepper. I i i Government riot prepared to S. j:B.Ernest Andrews Beasley, and Frank Lyman Laffan Green., E. 13 taken ,during this free x-ray ...

the limited means ,at his disposal. The .yardstick he has getting I award these benefits-if they can';The I survey: 01 at your private phy -- :"'"
Fortunately the rains let up i Poor old: Sam is to look sixth applicant is John L. sician's office,
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worked out to apply to property in fixing new values seems during**this.past week and it was I Ia I more like a piney-woods rooter I locate the persons who are eligible -< Shaw, who,' with his brother,,'will noi be issued a health," Dr. certificate i
fair enough, and has the distinct advantage of providinga Riesling for the leaf growers, :every day. He has only two teeth',.i to receive. them.' .He said the ,owns the Town House restaurant 'said Covington Ij r
set of standards by which to assess property, rather than who had -not.cdmpleted -haivest- I'left now: and when he opens his)jrhange :n the law could mean in Lake Butler. I i j

the old "hit or miss" system that was rife with inequities.The irfg aifi curing. Up to that time, j|mouth h; shows his "tusks". But i the piyment of Several thousandsof i State law provides that one'Recent
; dollar Bradford'County Births
;soon hell. have his new "chop-. per,month in license
daily rains had cnade the niovingl, I Irers" may be issued for each ;1
only possible fault to be found with Long's yardstick alone.Crosby ,
of"thetobacco: from the barns to ] and then won't he try toj i; i'2,500 population as shown by the j
is that after it is applied, possibly seventy-five per cent the steak in the world. i 'said the clause that hadblockes i Bradford County Hospital announces .
.'tobacco 'sheds and thence to eat all the j ji l latest census, "state or federal."' I : .
of the homes in the county will still remain tax free. Thereare the ,market a hazard, as pace I i j: ; so many widows and ,II The I960 federal census credits the following births:

those who think the criteria could and should be revisedso cured*the tobacco must be kept You folks interested in early !;i I children from receiving Govern- !Union County with about 6,600''j Mr. and Mrs. Francis Crowley, I

that a 'larger percentage of homes would come into the dry: And despite precautions, I history might enjoy going to see I'!(I ment aid stated that "the deiceased a'disabJity :' population, including 2,300 convicts ;|; Jr., Starke, a daughter, Ginger!
veteran did not have i Ann, &: I
classification that would pay ad valorem taxes on some there\was some" s!> t" .tobacco an "old-timey" parade over at< at the State Prison. That I Aug.
$1,000 or $1,500'above the $5,000 exemption. appearing at the-market.M I High Springs Saturday, Aug. 13,;\ due to service in World would allow for three licenses. j Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Todd I sr
.- 0- ,. as part Of the city's 75th anniver- jWar II or the Korean conflict."! However, the 160: census has i; Starke, a daughter, Ellen KaylAug. l
Those who feel ,this convinced that most fair- With this clause removed from ; J)
way are Starke Market Manager J. R. sary celebration. i not oven formally accepted and I 9. 20\
minded homeowners would be willing to pay a small ad Wainwright appeared' before the : S. the awarded law, a pension widow,can now be the 195C census gave Union **H.' !hinting i!! that you,should. _
valorem tax if they were convinced it was needed and being Soil Consmatiqn District! : '.supervisors I It's been 'so rainy Ground here I of to the : regardless i County a population of around I Cash paid for rood, clean, cot get a loan from
the manner Iwhich '
spent wisely for better school facilities, better roads, and this 'week -to- rwmest" the lately that Ouffrain frogs" have I ,in the veteran !8,500. ton rajs. No Khaki or wool
i met death or,the time of!I LOCAL FINANCE CO.
Bring
to Bradford
seHere'3 Tele-
County
hoa hoping they 'I
mulch
other needed in the board'to purchase a plastic gotten : ;;
improvements ,
county.
!his death as long she had hon- graph. The best I Is for
ayplicatof; .-machine developed, get a red' soon.Ingram I ISRD Asks Bid' tip we can give
Assessor himself has belief that thereis i orabia service during the war! I to ,
Long expressed to ;fatilUa te handling; of the long I' I you see about -a loan to meet \
a need for more constructive thinking on the part of ioll"of plasticvsheetiny used as ;; period, Crosby explained.The j! For Road Projects ; Back I I any emergency Our service is

property owners '. a definite need for educating the tax- mulch on berry beds. II. Appoints: I these families problem now is to locate I : ToSchool fast, reliable and confidential for i
and inform
'S. them I The State
payer to appreciate the benefits and.services, he receives for of thir .Road Department ; your protection and satisfaction.
his ,tax dollar As described, the rig consists of Assistant, ( And eligibility. "Some ad- ,Friday, August 5, called for bids
; di esses now on file in the Vetf'r-I'
to be submitted 30 SHOE REPAIRING
a roller which holds the plastic' by August on : !
For instance it .has been pointed out that in Bradford ans Office have changed. Others 30 road in the including
sheeting, plus discs which bari ;. projects state -
Dean Of .
Students
I rho WHILE YOU WAIT ,
County it costs $290 perpupil to educate a child each year i I cff a place for .the edges of the ;> qc TJulp ypialify are new resi- !1 two in Bradford County. I
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in school. During the normal 12-year period a-total of $3,480 I plastic and other discs which > \>"ji- I fients had -in.the area who have not:; The Raiford road, SR 16, is' OR

would, have been spent on each child. For'the average family, 'cover up. The rig fits any tract- An assistant principal and Ka and icaas'hin1tb list their" names scheduled to be re-surfaced: from ONE DAY SERVICE ,I Ii

with three children, the sum would be in excess of $10,000 w with a three-point hitch, and :: dean of students have beeri appointed addrqsses with me, Crosby the Macdenny road SR 23, to Court Shoe Repair :

elementary and high school educations. That is a lot it saves a lot of labor and does a | at 'Bradford High School s&id.The service officer is calling ';U. s. 301 Starke. \i I II I 1 1 ,
I tetter jcb than can be done by' by Principal Hugh B. Ingram. on : 126 North Court ,St.
Also scheduled to be re-surfaced
who '
of service and it is now being received by all families the general public to assist these'
do not pay any ad valorem tax on their homes by virtue of hand. I H. A. Sprow was appointed- as- pe_ oas by referring to his office :.J I is the new lake road. SR 230 (Opp. Court House)
siStan and Ray Reddish 'IS' the' from Starke to the Clay County Starke
the $5,000 homestead exemption.It I Anyone: who may be qualified for : Florida
consider
board
; Ih asking the to new Jean of students. The two Lne.i -

would take a "pretty hard customer," as the saying the proposal, Wainwright reported j will both act as assistants to the,I I 11114 hetyin-j aid.!these Crosby families said, "It that is one in j., -

goes, to argue 'against paying a small ad valorem tax in that last season. 169 berry I principal and their duties will be ssax thai we can our de-i''I
repay
the face of such 'an expenditure on his children. :growers doubled the production I Iof i:assigned by him.. : ,ti |ed veterans the debt we owe ,, &
recent and said there
years j Sprow is a mathematics instructor i
Now that the Chamber of Commerce knows what As- will be an estimated'' 50 acres: of iII t and Reddish teaches them for having served "'their i STAMP' OUT THAT
country time of
sessor Long is doing toward this goal of spreading the tax berries &et out this year with, English Sprow 'v.i11.be. it: clasrf-). .-, during war. '
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load more equitably in Bradford County, it' can move for- II plastic mulching. He said the loom teacher for half of each i -

ward and \'en'more assurance to the selection of its $250 cost of the machine was I day: and attend, to h!$ new duties f Revival* *
I!more than any one farmer could the other half. Reddish will teach
broad-basedtax structure Assessor Long will .
survey group. '
no doubt welcome the findings of 'this committee, whose afford and asked the board to!. only two hours per day while .A :revival is scheduled ,at the: ;! EXTRA EXPENSE .
rent it the I IWE
purchase it and on working at his new; job the rest Evergreen Baptist Church from'
purposes will be entirely 'constructive. It is possible .that same basis .asit does with other' of the time. -' j'I''Aufus't 15-22, Rev. J. E. Norman
it might come up with some suggestions that will be helpfulto farming. equipment. .Ii ''No new positions have been 'an ounced. .j
him in carrying 'out'the program*he has. already imple-" created by1 the School BO rd.' 1' '"Evangelist Brother Mathis from'! SELL GROCERIES' : -NOT STAMPS

men" t e d. f ., -The board agreed to investigate j Courity"v6chool Supt HanQ.on.\.r? ih| Maxville "Baptist Church will. I'!
the matter further and repfy''asfpionjptiy Morgan stated, "The. jobs are, ronduct w the sen-ices. "!,,t .
Good Time To Check as possible to the. request more or less assignments by 'the "

: \ Two of the questions to be pvinnnal 'to assist him in his I t 'e ndin, g Machine
I
pnswerai are whether the rig will duties. : : I' : "

School, Fire .Hazards, I work with any three-point tractor Morgan said thaf Joe Wood,j l Stolen From Motel I _
; r and if it will handle sheeting former assistant principal who ifl THAT'S NO SECRET..IT
.. BAXTER, I'M ))4ERE YOU KNOW i/WHAT IS "WE 1
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It is time now-before our youngsters return ,to their I JQf various widths'I' : left Starke' td accept the I A cracker vending machine was TO INTERVIEW YOU FOR I MY NAME: AM' SECRET FOR NOt1R15H1N' FOOD l FROM
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desks-to inspect every school for fire safety in: an effortto I' J Ji I II palship in Hawthorne, prIncI'I''i reported stolen sometime late Fri OUR SCHOOL PAPER! ADDRESS-NOW YOUR PEP AND CityhshGMeatMartet, :

make sure that such a tragedy as the holocaust at Our i In the discussion, it was ceiving a .supplement of $600 so I'day night, August 5, from the' WHAT ELSE,? QUICK ENERGY
Lady of the Angels School in Chicago can't happen here! brought out that the machine each of the new assistants! would- Sleepy Hollow Motel north of I' C KITTY! -
works equally well if the plants| leceive supplements, of $300 per Starke: on U. S. 301. o
The National Board of Fire Underwriters reminds usof ,are'-alreaM set out, or if they I II II year. :Motel personnel estimated the 1
the importance of searching out possible fire hazards in are' to be set through the plastics I machine to contain about.$35, all r t

our schools atr}this time. (1 The board provides a detailed inspection It was agreed, however, that if REVIVAL NOTICE, in nickels. The machine itself is 1v

blank covering: .&7 items to be:checked; urges thata the plants are set out when the I| v6nh approximately $50. I
member of the ,fire department accompany! the inspectors, l pfostic1: is' laid over, trial the]J Revival services will be held at r.,..The Sheriff's Office reported c
plants could have to be pulled Bethlehem Baptist Church in Monday August 8, that the
and that the feport be .filed with school authorities. This machine -
Lake
I through promptly: or suffer dam- City, August 15th through had not been found. Owned
inspection forrp presently in use in ore than"a thousand '21st, at 7:30 mnightly.. The
j aje. p. by Tom's Peanut Co.. the
cities, towns and villages across the Ration, and has undoubtedly pastor. Rev. C. L. Redding, extends not attached to the venderwas Q7 c'cSMOKED

saved 2mkny" young lives, to .|ay nothing of valuable I :Most of the growers we've talk a elcome to the public to so that a single person building could .-

public property. I ed-to favor setting out the plants ,attend. filii'* have hauled: it off j
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Vacation time, the board points put, is often used for
school renovation and repairs, and workmen frequently leave ._ ...:.... .if. .. I -gib. IK
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behind odds and ends of lumber, sawdust and shavings, .

empty paint ,pails, oily rags, and other combustibles which THE MERCHANT ;

should promptly _be thrown out. Eire extinguishers should WHOp-oO j WHOO-QO "

be checked to make ,sure they are 'charged and in their ; ,
CENTER CUTPORK
proper places, and the alarm system tested. And it goes USES THE pAfiK'H1GHT ,IS WISE!

without saying,-of course, that the organization and conduct DEPOSITORY/ I CHOPS lb. BEEr F l lb. 39I
of a fire drill should be one of the first orders of business 69c

wher., the new term begins.We r- I I

can feel safe about our children only when we .f ,

know that their schools have the best possible fire protectionand I L I .

can be evacuated quickly and without confusion. ROUND STEAK S L (

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Inside Your Chest? ,? ,pr jtrr I It T-BON S STEAK : lB.! .


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Once more the opportunity for 'a free chest .3x-ray, the t .
best assurance of early detection of tuberculosis, will be .. .
offered to the citizens: of Bradford County' during the period r I SIRLOIN i S STEAK

August 1023. I I .
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This service is provided jointly by the Florida State l lJr li

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and the Bradford County TB and Health Committee. lI SMOKE .
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should take advantage of this free service I I I c

MAYOR'S COURTNine I Pearson Monroe Bowers, reck- 1 ,; i ii i SMOKED SAUSAGE LB.

less driving fined $37.50 or sentenced : I If ,

cases were disposed of in j to seven days in jail. '' :f Get )'our late-in-the-day cash j jreceipts

.i Dallas Bradbarry, public intoxication -
Mayor's Court Monday, August I
Claude Clarke improper pasa- fined $37.50 or sentencedto >1 out storebreakers* FRESH FRYERS -r -
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in: forfeited bond of $27.50. seven days in jail I

Ivan Harold ,Adkins. improper Moses Youngblood colored, disorderly .
passing, forfeited bond of $27.50 conduct, fined J52J50 and reach-by getting them into ; -' '

Wallace Ratford Barden forfeited given 30 day suspended jail .sentence 1 -. :'. : I PEACHES BY THE IWPE
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bond jof '$12JO for runningred t '' the bank, via our night depository. ,

light. I Deny Taylor, colored public BUSHEL BANANAS. 'Ib. lOc
George Thomas Brooks Jr.i intoxication forfeited bond'of'mso. We will be to ;
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failure tohaie vehicle under.con' : -
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fined $31.50 or sentenced to ,' m-iuSt ask us! I, :,
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Community State Bank Team Wins I Merchants RequestedTo ran x'tra' i> rsoiiIs ia the boat to vaccinated herds.V t>ENT CO3TAt,HOLINESS HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .rts lut'Fatn

keep an eye. on the ,skier. The veterinarian says authorities CHURCH I uT(."'T '::11 UJ1L'8 'a
. Leave Addresses tow around contend that it 65 percent of :,. ifJlund&1 Sunday: *- Sunday: School 1C

laycee Midget League Pennant ,5r.Never yourbody.Xf; wrjp aV YOu rope tart .to: the population either 'animal or _School,, 1., laj.Morning a. m., Morning mesage 11 a, m. Sunday cbtloi 10 s W Chief of Police Riley Sweat human is vaccinated Worshipiisdc .. Ur& lll1.EvanCf; Training Union 7 Evening tivrnuui
fall, throw ,.the tow line cleat of against. adisease VrVicea 70 p. 1. p. m. & Houi. 11 a. m !: Serftvc. {
I I The Community State Bank top-, place in the league. This was the :j I Monday* AugM *t_requested toati yourself.at for which an accepted message 8 p. m. p. m. Prmv"r Meeting efccv .
I i Staika .merchants tape tags bearing ,- vaccine is available, the disease -' ll .It; 1-tit 7:30
!i Wednesday,
d the Starke Builder's the Supply last game of the season and one their addresses and phone i.."l1!! l I. ."Wi'} !Oaeh ,the share will not become an epidemic. CHURCH OF CHRIST Monday: Bible Joy Club 4 p.m.
.2 tills week to cop, Jaycee of' the best.Ronnie I numbers on the doors of their anf trllevq :jsiralght; in. to 5p.m. ..
There are several vaccines for Bile classeslb .
,. :idget League championship with Tomlinson threw two hit ,,1tQU.J.'AtJ. ,%HE Sunday: } ; CmjRCH OF GOD
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season's record of 10 wins and I EXPERTS ADVICE vaccinating, wine against hog Assembly Worship,with. .the .Lord'sSlipper Wednesday Prayer Meeting
ly one loss and one tie.. I ball at the Builder's and collecteda I I The tags, the Chief said will .' .with : cholera. Dr., Plummer l says proper .11" ajrut Evening; Assembly 1:30: p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora
Dwight Elder led the Bank toj single to help his own cause. I help the police to locate the 1. Stay ,your skistheyllhelp ttipernsicn: and proper conditionsat Worship, 6:30: .pan. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- '
i s final victory with his winning I Larry Mercer and Emmett Ak-j;owner or the establishment, in keepyou Moat. time of vaccination will give a Ladies Bible class 7 but. Choir director: Fred Dodd. ins Worskio. 11 a. m. SundaY
Tuesday
I itching and a double and a single. ridge got the only other hits for I the event'of an emergency. .Police ?2. Raise ,your..hand to signal high percentage of protection against -I' Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. TP9
Carlton Tillman also had a double I the Pest Control to boost Tomlineon's i I 00 not know where all Starkemerctlants the. boat- operator. of your plight. the malady. pjn. AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH i Service Wecteesday, 7:45: p. sL.
though the team was I wednesdAy, Bible classes!,. 7:30 Meeting Prida 7:45: m.
effort live Prayer
i or where to contact > p.
+ 'and and Lyons 3. In congested waters rake a wiae,
single Tommy $
a I ;_ producers and vetermarians -
1 held to only three hits- it t them. 1 p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher. Sunday School 9:45: am..; Morning -
; ski ether See
boats .
'and:\, JQe Brown had two singles so will ,you.JXbt ,should share equal responsibility "
'Come, let us reason together.
t I Charles Howell and Richard Worship 11 a. m. Training
each for the Bank. i experts also say' feat ,con-- : in seeing that proper vaccination -
eachi j .; .' Union 3:45 p. m. Evening Worship IB The Coasts Jadke's font, '!.
single SWIMMING SKIING SAFETY
Wainwright: one
Elder allowed the Builder's got sjderatlpn.for others and is done. Both the owner
Sup- I safety BlWAY CHAPEL Midweek Prayer .*.d Far Bradford C..mtr FI. .rU..
I i i for the Builder's two hits. PREVENTS ACCIDENTS consciouinesi veterinarian have to be fainiHar 8:00: p. m. .
ply team only two hits, a double go a long way toward ASSEMBLY OF OODD. Prabatr.In
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by 'Barry Smith ,and a single by Standings: ; The i biggest playground in : preventing water accidents. with the facts and conditions 1 P. Burgess. PastorI Everyone; welcome. p. 1 RE: Estate, deceased.tiet'ce of FrmkM. _C.Hollingsworth
Richard ,Waiawright.Florida W L T that exist before a thorough job Of. Filing Petition Ent'Fb
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1 today is -the water! .
I CHOLERA. INCREASING of vaccination can,be accomplish- Sunday School 9:45 a. m. .3 :,,;'-..i > : ."V v" '+at Xrfcfcrg Of Executor
_ Pest Control also topped {j Community Bank 10 1 1 i Virtually every major adult |I I,.I St. Edward's Catholic Church To AU Whom It liar Csncenu '
the Starke Builder's Supply Fla. Pest Control 1 4 1 1 summer sport centers around AMONG S\\INE HERDS, ,ed.. I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even- Notice is hereby girea Witi?I
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43 In .the only other game played !I Starke Builder's 4 7 I j VACCINATION URGED I. Dr. Plummer recommends vaccinations |: gciistic Service 7SO p:: m. Wednesday Starke FloridaSundaJ bar filed by Final Return M Cx-
water, the National Safety Counj: I j '' 7:45i eeutoref; the Estate of Franklin (XHolling
this week to ,tie down second' Johns Oil Co. 1 9 cil points out. And one of the !1 Hog cholera outbreaks i each year, adding that weekly prayer service. .: worth. dewased; that I
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are vaccination is good management 1 i !. Mass at,10 a. nx, ,-, hare ned my Petition tot Fiaal
biggest sports of them all is I I the iKrease this'ya.r, not only and good management means I i, CHURCH OF JJSSUh OHB1ST Uolyday Masses it 8:30: a. m. & Diaonargeand tbat I will apply to
tka Honorable TberoDl'a ,
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svrimmixig. In
I Florida but throughout the LATTER, DAY.IIAtN''S. 5:30: m.Weekday. .. ,
more money( for the producer. i I,, p. C BC; Judge of Bradford Couniy.FktfUj. ,
Unfortunately, swimming fun United State? according, to a. Services each Sunday In o4 .' I .. on August n, I8i$, In
all to often is spoiled by drown I I University' of, Florida veterinarian. I Masonic Hall on K.,;'Call SL Sun- ..Mass at.SUJO t. m. t, approval of the same and, for..FinalLtisciurg
I aa E&eeutor of She .Ea-
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O.Abo Dr. C,, B. Hummer, veterinarian: THE' RIGHT POINT, for. .theway day School IL m. Sacrament tau of Franklin C. Hollin worth,
:t 2.300 Americans drown with the Fonda 1 a: m.. .... d..-eea'M ,
I Agricultural EXtension ,yon write. Come in and select Service 6:30 wel) '" : .OJ! --
tnnually swimming or playing in i p. m. Everyone Baptisms marrtagea.and Dated thia Ith day of July .1UO.
Service. p.yS many of the. Jour favorite ESTERBROOK i iI I In* /S; James, ft Hoillnesworth
the waiei. One out of 15 fatal accidents -, come. structibns
outbreaks In Florida are In un-. 1''Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH by appointment: jxet'utor!; .

is a drowning.A I I .< Wi"" ?, '_i-,7 !< _. ..,_-.::_-_ ." ,;.., -
I reported -30 million plusAmericans ..:.:.:c.. ---_- -- '>, ,
swim sometimes in j
the nation's estimated 250,000 ;

swimming pools, more often irij I
rivers, lakes and ponds. i I -
Anyone can learn to swim the

I experts say. As one writer put it. Hot
'All you need is water a swimsuit eather Advice
and the willingness to enjoy
yoursc ," .

"Safety in swimming means

NauD F5A aas5 gi keeping in mind such tips as I r .
these from the Council:
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i "You. don't have to beat up Hubby to convince him 1. Learn .to swim. .' ,. .
2, Be sociable-never swim alone -
.that.needed repairs are easy to afford. Just call Starke .:


Builders Supply." ,life-guards 3. Stick to around.the 4 .beaches Look before with, . H8W ,TO KEEP COOL L 'Vi I

)ou leap: Don't'wim or dive inunfamdiar

t waters. .
I 'NO MONEY DOWN 4. Know your ,limitations.. Don't C + 3h

I swim so long you become tired

o\'erht'fttfd or chilled. Take it -,'

Repair easy.5. Don't swim right after eat : .r,

ing. Give your: meal' time to digest .

*: Add Rooms --- Carport --- _
6. Don't rebel if your muscles _

cramp relax for a moment in aacedown 4 V V1 : V41 _
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Bath Room ( float and. massage the .t
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(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX 71: Swiai parallel to shore if you ., :

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_ .. the Safety 'Council for skiing fun: i I.I it I. ;, i .i. n>- it g'Y ,a
t1! I 1. Dont ski if you can't swim.r i iII' : (..' Iir F,4 'RiC Vim'

.. II' 2. Don't ski at night. ill rough j: ,':.., ': ,"' t'.
water or in 'shallow- or unknown ., j "*
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'iat Fd ,docks or other! obstructions. : : ,.:... ; .,

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?; SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST''_11, _1*

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Bradford Property Transactions H >- .. .. L. ''Bradford Board's I I injunction to halt .the practice. !i big the transportation bill.
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I Most of the pupils however,!! Clay County Schodl;"$ L; H. C.

Offer continutU! to attend Bradford !Long said about '5' pupils ttere. *

Total Only $45,800 Since July 16, ,. ,x'i Accepted'. i schools, uith their parents foot.5. -!I affected_ fey the decision.PEYTON .


Bradford County property i I i estate cf General Lee Kersey, deceased i In Pupil Dispute i iI _. _=_:"--_=:.=_=== I .'_. _n: -

transactions total only $45,800;,, Holly Hill Fla. to Henry I I .
Jar the period since July 16. 1 i LeRoy Heine, Martinsville. New 4:1 : Monday August 8t saw a two

Prices of transactions are fig-1 I 1[Jersey., 15 acres of land 1500. :i: \ year pupil dispute,"concluded be- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
iiween Bradford and Clay Counties -
tired from documentary stamps!I I I O. J. Anders to Tosca Pick ofF.arrison .

affixed to deeds filed in the coun- New York, two lots and : as the clay school Board I .-- .'
: voted to provide busses and drivers I
ty clerk's office. Only sales of t|a part oC another in Lawtey 3 r :
transport students in the -
$1.000 or more are listed here. 1850. to

Gene Noegel to W. H- Noegel. Dorothy E. Eby of Maryland to f ; 1 t rf Lake Keystone areas Heights to Bradford and schools.Kingsley :: WEEK-END USED CARSPECIALS *

land on which the 301 Restaur- Donald M. Christoffers. Keystone _
At a joint meeting of the two
ant Is situated 5100. Heights residence, 8000. ;
.school boards on June 27, the
W. L. ThIgpen Jr. to R. S. Mul-:
I Wilbur P. Byrd to Walter C. __ lad:Ord Board offered to pay
lins, parcel of land, $1,250. I
0: A. Gay' to Charles E. Scott, Foster, lesidence. ,$4,900. transportation expenses for the .

100 acres of land 8700. James A. Lee to Malcolm Pow- students if Clay. County would I
provide buses and drivers. It. _
Inez Anderson executrix of the call. residence 14500.
.ook the Clay Board almost six I
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weeks to decide to take up Brad- $$13'9S

Ahite' trader and Indian cMef? the shown above;attempting ford's offer.
Prior Bradford County Radio New Tires One Owner
to 1958. I
to to ,
Rec Program come terms on their deal in} the Indian .skit Friday night had provided transportation for _
which was the final activity IIi the 1260 Summer: Recreation 6PASS.T
attend school in 1958 FORD
these pupils to ;
.eA Program..Th; skit wt'i entitled",Magic Mirror"because the white.

Concluded %With'Skit trader Induced the Indians I to. trade 'their furs- for'.'cheap mirrors dtarko located since near both the communitiesare Bradford I $1495 Country Sedan, :Radio, Heater,

which\ the wages had never seen before and which. fascinated One. The Board voted in 1958,''I Fordomatic, Power Steering

a them. iiowever, to accept the pupils onlyif HiLLMAN FORDOR
AwardsThe Clay County paid transpor- $8051958 ,

r -Co,.... '. tation costs. Miles ,One 'Owner

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1957 CHEVROLET
brought: its : ; "" '
1W' summer program at students from other counties
Sf I the Pratt Street Playground to a \' \i. : a "
1 IP .close .,lasts ..Friday night with a !r, ,;-J."f";'- ,f- ,; ."': them attend school here if the Power Glide &.Radio .Clean, ,

'- skit put on by the children and .; f" counties concerned provide meanscf -. v .

announcement of Mr. and Miss getting them to school," Bradford -
TeiwilIegarToday '
}% Playground of 1960 and naming dr Sup! of .Schools Harmon: P.I.[ With Clyde

-jf contest winners. Morgan said at.the Board's decision V OutstandingSPECIALS
RandIne Chlsm 13, aid \Villard Crawford, 14 receive awards the On These \
to transporting
The skit cease
a story entitled "MagicMirror' t .M'' .
from Playground Directors Margaret Rose Duncan and Mike > depicted the white man i r'h 'Alge Lt y 7 pupils. :

Colds\Ire in honor of their being selected Mr. and
Miss
Playgroundof trading mirrors and trinkets to f The Ciay Board refused and

I960. The title of Mr. or Miss Playground! given 'to a boy the Indians for furs. Mirrors, ,.;: d "S.. A, St'4 Y voted to provide transportationfor -

and girl who have shown good sportsmanship, active participation which the Indians had never seen, x F 3; these pupils to attend.schools Your Authorized Ford Dealer

and cooperation in playground activities with leaders and fascinated them and from that at Penney'Farms and Green Cove

pla"JI1ateoi.Gowers. came the name of the play; .' Springs despite the greater dis

Principal parts in the skit were :h-\ .,' tance. When Bradford County In ,Bradford County I

played by Emmett Akridge Wil- \ continued to transport some of
mended the gravity flow method "- ,. -
Advisedto of treatment for liard Crawford, Richard Ray ''1-, 4.1.q: these pupils to its schools the, ; ,
nematodes. He \ ' -it
Gary Cole. Robbie
Smith, and
stated that the effectiveness of .:; : ', I .
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Put fumigating '
Quality of depends on a number; played by Steve Hewett,. Billy r f" :. 't, f. :.i't 11* 8. TUOXP9OW FLORIST..,.
variable factors Sell .
and that conditions I.j 1 ti Trade It -
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Hicks, Archie Thomas,' Mike' : Yij c ,. "j.. It PHONE WO 4-41U
i must be right if the treat- 'j'C". ... .s '-:'< II DISTINCTIVE PLOVTERSVR
Berries on MarketContinued ment is to be successful Hewett, Jackie Bennett, Randall_, : :. .. ... --..:..'.tiiJo: 4':;r r. WIRE. : FLOWERS: ANYWHEBB

Chism Mike Anderson Billy Lee .', -- ,. c. )J) UCh8
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From nning. Squaws .
rare One] were .' t... \ WITH FOR BALE
Rabies ClinicThe played by Joyce Lee Nonna Lee I r "i.:,".'.:.. .....,:-:.,..,' ...1'.'li, .... !. ;.;..'1t New and used Building Supplier
labor problem and its solution. Donna Hicks Brenda Manning, I '$. :<<"t,.. }-i .v p:; .. 0 Drive way pipe.y lengths ailper
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During a general discussion of Harriett Bennett, Sara Shealy,' MEMORIALS AND son Emlldliig SupDnet.__ tfchg
berry cultivation. Montalaro said Bradford County Health Cathy, Hitchcock Jane Hewett Billy Ed Hicks (left) seems Intent on ecalfing '\\111ard.era"1orddwin 20 WORD OR IBS, O.c Inserts (Ml.la.. Clargal oft ..
: closing activities of the,summer recreation SEWING 'MACHINE -;
that Department is sponsoring a rabies Martha Mizell program at Pratt SIXfER
experiments at the univer- and BradfordCo.
rei ruontatlve will be In
sity had shown that peak pro- clinic; Saturday. August 13. for Randine Chism; 13-year-old St. Playground. EACH ADDITJOJTAL WORD OVER :e .- ,. ----.- 4e Per Weed .' Monday iBd'.FrUfcy*. For ear-

duction had not been reached residents of Lawtey and Reno to daughter (M and 7fi% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS 3AM5 AOKe vice on any'rMke machiAe\ writ:
;; Mrs. Randall FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID III ADTANCB or call Singer Sewing Machine Co:
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even'wlth the use of 2,000 poundsof have their pets vaccinated.The Chism ofr 534 Pratt Street, was Manning, hopscotch; -Jackie Ben- 'yds.), David Silcox Steve Hewitt ADDITIONAL 402 N. Marion St. ,of Phone W.

fertilizer per acre. Most Brad- clinic will be held at the chosen Miss Playground of 1960 nett, deck tennis; Archie Thomas, |Land. Cheryl Shealy. Junior yoeman FOR-SALE Lak.u City. Pla. Tfchg"uAKEVIEW

ford County growers use around and Williard Crawford, 14yearold tetherball, and'Pa y -Hitchc ck, (over 60 pts. at 15 yds.), Brady WE HAVE ft new loan program tot Ready mix concrete, concrete block, BEACH: Jfe COTTAGEd!
1.600 pounds per acre. city hall in Lawtey Saturday son of :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jump, rope, ,came .out on top in Manning, Mike. Hewettr Kenny farmers, Loans of 1 to reqeanstoor' rones., fence posts sand cement -Electric -kitchen. Reserve Call Waldo.your
morning from 10 until 12. Theveterinarlan the entire credit' ilotar mix rock steel, oyster shell, now. Swim, plcnie, fish.
In earlier discussion of soil Crawford* was chosen Mr. Play- their respective categories; .' Barton. and Eugene Barton. menu of the fanner an* bit fam LJmerock and Roof Gravel. Phone HO 1-n3|; or see' JJtrt. A. Comer,
fumigation that opened the meet- will be in Reno ground of 1960. Archery 'awards were won by Taking part in the' trampoline ily. Gainesville Production Credit KaID.GalunUle. WOc-% U. Bradford Engineering Earleton :Fla. ?Uchg '|11
Saturday afternoon from Association, 126 North tfc&g
2:30: to Co.
Ing, Paui Huber, chemical the following:' sharpshooter (over tf ch-
company 3:30: nt the high school Four contest winners were also 1 exposition at the final program Fla; !
field representative, recom- announced Friday night. Brenda 160 points with .30 arrows:at :0 were Linda Strickland: .Lillian Complete T-ee Service FOR SALE:Angus*'- Bulls'breeding Price age reason re&1'tered -

jards), Emmett Akridge...Bowman I Richards, Emmett Akridge, Fred RADIO' REPAIRED able. Doyle Conner, WO 44501. '

411. ..,. .I I (over 100 pts: 'at 20 yds.," Mike dy Siemer.,. Linda Colson, Mike AO HakM.- AH H4etelMMfci rvaraatee Pruning: Bracing De-Moss -.*- ,- : v tfcng.

f i'r- Hitchcock. Junior Bowman ((60] Hitchcock Cathy Hitchcock.,Sara *HU RgaRADIO TV. lag Cavity Work Tree Removal : I FORRENT.. :';4 room: unfurnished
pts. at 20 ), I.... Gnew, Owlet TransplantingSapp' (, 0 Lake'St. Call WO t.
Hitchcock <
yds. Cathy 5 e y.i.y Hitchcpek; W liar l .. .: WO 4-6901 spar meni .
j : 412 & (;*U fct- : rhsmB fit.<: ? -.' f ''\ "V tffthjg
Wllliard'Crawford arid Gai.Cofe. Richard -
j jYoem Crawford,? : R y'ind'Fran Stfttke Vta.COLOMAL
n' (over 100 >ts. at 15 Casey. s. Tree SurgeonsPETE FOR SALE ..; Five room block, I Ihouse.
J FLORIST 8APP.' Owner Will. seUreasonable.( Call
----- Only F. T. D Florist In Starke. wo 4-omr, lot Center st. 4tp s/n
Flower wired any place.. Flower STARKE PHONE WO 4.$9RSFor
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: IT'S ILLEGAL COLE '..'.,e" CHAIRS for all occasions locally. Phone FOR SALE-r-19 ehoat, .2 sows and
:- : ... WO 4-S2S1.SOS Cast Nona St tfchg 1 barr. .May be, "en Monday and
: Tuesdays. W"..-.e. Comer, ,Rt. 2 Bex
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tfchg
12 tarke. -
:" Furnished apartments -
RENT
FOR' ,
: .
: j Reasonable rates. Near
w. shopping! renter.; Phone WO '-2011or Cash paid for ffoogt dean cotton

S WQ >07Tl evening or call at 213 'rajs; '..Na \1th&1J.Or. wooL

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in r : REDUCE rub S. Cherry St (Shall- O1J Co. Office." tfchg) I Brine graph.to .Bradford' County Trie





:>** *: ?Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless. "' J : &HASTINGS 710 UPHOLSTERY Lemon. $t.MATTRESS- PaUtfca WORKS SPINET REPOSSESSED PIANO

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Furniture Repaired, Upholstered
{ 19.50 Per Month i
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.: The Name Is Registered c.:; :. ; e ,; .. :. New. Innerspringsand & RefinishedMATTRESSES REBUILT. Expert Tree Agent Surgery Call Oar' NEWTVURUTZER Also Complete Line PIANOS of ,:,


,.",...". ... ,. Box Springs 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-5963 AND ORGANS '

; Us Card or Call CALL Jackson for top fill dirt From 495.00
Drop ft ,
Read This Florida Law :: bulldizlng and grading. W. T.
PALATKA EA 5-9168 Jackson WO 4-4011. tfchg
MUSIC CENTER;
: Jprlng'' Hntlon STARK WO 4-5834 FOR SALE Gravley Tractor and
bock, attachments. Lawn mower on cir- 10W W. University Ave.
MBS. PEGGY SHALLER Starke -le bars plow and electric motor.
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"It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined hereis, to All nylon :
engage in business! as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein'de: bearingsBacVlilti, dl *; a :. Orange St Stp gll| Our Salesmaa U la Slarka
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fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered :.w4; FOR SALE Large lots.on PolkSt. HOC E FOR SALE 8 story < Every: Week.
with the It'' *., ,:..a c and Myrtle St., north of W. room and bath. Pecan and Pear .
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Independently N ac Pratt St.. near Pine Haven and trees. All fenced 3 lots in Hampton.
of teal :, t :' s i Saratoga Heights. Leonard Griffis, Reasonable. C. C. Cannon. Box /I FOR SAL OMC pick up. On
is with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid af .; 707 TV. Pratt St., owner. 3tp 8111; Hampton 4tp, 8/2S mule and one trash ,Jars'y cow.
an Edgar Barrel. Rt. 1, itwke.
fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of FOR RENT 2 room apartment lip 811|
It .. bath and
INTRODUCTORY furnished. Private en- .
all those! interested in the business enterprise the extent of the in : trance Carport. Across from school FOB SALE w- Long: haired, Cl lhua-
OFFER
". cafeteria. No children. Mrs J. L. haul Fell. House broken. Sired by
Itrost of each, and the fictitious name under which said business la carried Ne.2810 : Simmons 40? W. Washington St.41ch& ; Urn t us. .. rltk.. Klaffsley:, Lake.

on. Said registration $4S Engraved Business 81U Rt, t Box Hi; LeCtere Brown
may not be made until the person or persons desiring Stationery .

to engage in business under a fictitious shall FOR RENT- 4 room furnished EXPERT PAINTING
name have advertised his or .50Q Letterheads garage apartment year around enKinguiey
their intention to register said fictitious 'Lake. Mrs. Louise Moore. Dt COl n'i1NG' :
at least '
name week
once a for four 500 Envelopes phone LE 8-2302._ Itp .
((4)) consecutive weeks Large AU Work --Goaranteed
in some newspaper as defined bylaw In the ; ,
county Increases BOAT "
Cards '
500 Business
where said registration is to be made and said registration ahaH efficiency by eliminating fatigue.( You can See this good buy at Chapman Can W04i2f7. foe Etimate
n t'Mattt'pted <
Auto Service. It 6 N. Temple Ave. :
by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of ., adjust it 4-way to fit your body. Molded foam FiNEST'ENGRA. 14 Runabout with new plywood
fiberglass bottom 30 Hp Evinrude JIM IGHAn. SON
such publication. rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated mate ALL.FOR 48.05 ,Lark Motor, electric low hours
with trailer will sell at sacrifice.
rial. Will not.stain i crack or peel. Brushed aluminum Jtp 8/1J .
FOR SALE f Psa".,|t B L yon
> Plate Included! I pick them an< ,fomW, container.
,frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates arid One and two bedroom apartments i I Marklw $tuBng"-3' mites N of
BRADFORD'COUNTYTELEGRAPH Lights and water Included |45 per'
Stark
OB 301 twin B. ,
on graded
top bearing,casters._ Seat size 16%" x 1414" x 2VA"EXECUTIVE" mo. Inquire in rear. 511' S. Epper->I r""d 3! mlfu'_;_ Up
son St. Y. L. Kirchalne. tfchg I I .
If I FOR RENT. Furnished i bedroom
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you are engaged in business under -name 'FOR'RENT *- One"! 5-roora furnished -], upstairs apartment Mrs. Paul Ray-
any Furnished Apartment For RentPhone house, all utilities Also one S-|! mond. 24t A. Water.' tfchg
'. Arm Chair WO. 4-593' .. .Ur. Peggy room unfurnished hoU58.-Roth very
Sheller Tfchg reasonable. Apply Star L Stripes FOR VENT"'- Furnished 'bedroom
Colorful, impresiive, the last word in Grocery Kingsley Lake, Ph. LE J- house *Jt Lake 4ft. Modem conven
other than 'and have had NOW IS'THE TIMETo 2781. Itchg fences Gas
not this rangeand gas hot water
your own, name beauty. .Brushed aluminum, satin get ready for the big Christ- .. heater *:t.at.lW' oot Tpon wa 4S744 -
'smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with mas Season '-- Mean bit profitsfor WORI; WANTED: Gardening.landaetlplng Mf.. A. P." S \lI-'U MeMi-
general repair, expert Anne St. tfchg
adjustable tension and adjustable AVON REPRESENTATIVES. naintlng. pump work. Contact ?

properly advertised and registered will be height. Swivel ball-bearing casters. We train -you. Write: 'Oolda i frank"I...'.1.v Rarncock J..kp Rt 1 Box Itcha 381, FOUND, -'Ja'ef Importance front V .PO M offlceJmmetMsut -
we that own
C. Sweat, P. O. Box WO, Live" er Plhue< by :Identifying. SetMrs. :
Oak,Fla.. FOR RENT House on Hampton p. L. SUcox I2{ Clark St.
Lake. No children or pets allowed. phone W04.4.91. '
17'x2'

glad to give you aO necessary Information as fo I MAX HELP OR WOMAN WASTED FEMALE-:HALE to take&over Wynn.FOR Elderly couple preferred 2tp L.1111 A. north FOR PEXT of Starke- ..* on f -Wornhou Highway. Itll.2918T e

RENT
J room apartment. "po );n. Store: Ct.1J
Dealership In Starve. Product es- ...Lcrgtey
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Newly painted and furnished. Mrs.J. 3.2541- .1.
Gt-oi te Gr.t..... Ottf tsar Gnu ... ....) tablished. Weekly profits of 150: or : P. Roberts 204 W. Adkin. Ph. ,n- ttpa
what should do.BRADFORD P1..2530 ...Saddle Toil. :i Terra Clta...WIN ... more at start possible. No invest wo 4-47S4. Itehg Electric: Singer .tphig':Machine. _
ment Will
necessary help get
you s 1'7St s.pWr'.1i! cad soft Asset .tKcta .f, started. Writ C. R. Ruble yon Dept CHILDREN kept In country Mari:BIi.n4fIK-'od: Up

c.ial..AAppie. Gn .. $ '-%. Watkins Products, Inc, Kemphl borne by day For Information write '
FORrr 4
-. "\ .:; >!. 2, Tenn. Itp box ITS Rt. 2, Starke. Also Ironing. tJ". .. away Ifl rooffl..'jjded3r:;cement coosle bteekwv

? f : : Frame 2 bed LAKE:..*..,fROXT":...e, 4Hk sad Up>> ;I-referred.w-",..... Pit.!". WO'(!bseler.t17t S21 n"Jut'I W
FOR YIn
COUNTY TELEGRAPH :); : : :: BRADFORD : flJfffy'TELGR.APN Mat tease tot t*.tt Lake .. .paged noartment Lights Starke and water furnished Inc. I rN'44TT-PpeIh!'-'rfildek_"t Piott
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Price IIMOS4L ie eeiae S49 .
permonth. Strout
Realty-Pox hound Owner
..... maybayO'by paying
'nall s' baFaael.
147. Starke. can
Two ledr..r .. *... with HO I-IU1.Waldo .arf'rrisitrnana boucL: Contact
fr for appointment .'
for .
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inspection. Re- City Pnlieet-<: "
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: tfeni TesJewcM., Urge Jet fae- t.I'HI renutred, .telur tfl Itchf
fag lake. Prie &#*>&& {4,500.00 '? r
... ,- .: 4.... Terra _'MiM e. FOR SALE Chihuahua pnooles pe J.jj ifi\l ,; Wait Rntler Rd.
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registered. un Branding St.Suatola
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE. FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA



8TABKE. FLft&lDJl THURSDAY AUGUST' ,11, 1960

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I Fish Fry PlannedBy Faith Presbyterian p. m. It will be held at the public -
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flock it it Is clear.. If it it
rains
I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS, St. Anne's Church F ,r Church Will Hold will be held In the Episcopal: Drive In
=tbyt lEE'S
For August 26thThe Open House Aug. 27 Parish Bridal House.Shower

fly Mary K. SebaTIPJ' I men,of St. Anne's Church 'An open house will be held at I Women of the Methodist r _

Keystone Heights are planning Faith Presbyterian Church at 10 i Church WSCS were hostesses toa

Mobile X-Ray Unit .dined to those present. The application their annual fish fry for Friday + a-m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, to acquaint miscellaneous bridal shower for Fri., &it.-Aug. 12, 13
Scheduled For KeystoneOn of Lewis Muir was reviewed night, Aug. 26. Cedar Key'' mul- parents of prospective' Miss Kate Webb In the Woman's

g Friday, Sept. 2. the Mobile and accepted. Chief Mil- lett. hush puppies, slaw, and kindergarten pupils with the staff Club Thursday, August 4. at 8 p. THE HYPNOTICEYE

X-Ray Unit for the detection of l11can.rewrted no fires in July, baked beans, 'coffee, and ..soft ol the kindergarten. Refreshmentswill m.A
tuberculosis will be in Keystone I no doubt due to the rainy season. drinks will be served from 5:30 be served, and registrationswill piano polo> was given by Mrs.
Heights near the post office. The In connection with the recoramendaMon to 7 p. m. The charge will be 50 be accepted on this date. John Clark. Miss Sara Baldwin
L hours of operation, will be from of Bill Beam that a cents for children and $1 for Busy students and Instructors complete"ceramic tile hot J The church is located on High- sang two vocal solos. Several

10 a. m., till 1 p. m., and from 3 party be held in August Presi- adults for "all you can eat." plates on final day of die summer recreation 1. program at Keystone way 21 between Melrose and Key- readings were given by Mrs. L. Starring -faqiies Hergerac
p. m. to 6 p. m. Everyone In Key dent Everett Fox appointed a Saturday morning is St. ,Anne's Heights. stone Heights. O., Baid\\in. A pink and green
stone over the age of 18 years is party committee: Chairman Dick monthly work day. Men and boys I color scheme was carried out.

urged to take advantage of this Sunderland, Henry Hall Gene are urgea to turn out for this Summer Recreation Program Closes Guests were served individually
service. Williams, and Bill Beam. A showof ,activity. been a pleasure to live with you. decorated cakes, punch, mints, Sundal :Monday, Tuesday

Technicians who operate this hands indicated that the membership The summer recreation. program Hughes, were ,tops; 'shuffleboard, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Colemanare and nuts. August II, 15, 10MniTT
unit have found they can process cesired this party to be at Keystone Heights-r closedThursday Lee Sutton and Tommy. ,Bird; and parents to a baby girl, born Miss Webb received many gifts.
about 120 persons in an hour. If "stag. Sorry girls. However, N. aates are available.Reading s night, Aug. 4, with a the tetherball winners were Saturday, Aug. 6 in Alachua Gen- Miss Judy Jlarpe'Becomes
enough people do not go 'through Wr Hardenbergh moved that a Awards Given picnic and award presentation at Jane McMurtry and Jimmy Mc- eral Hospital Gainesville. Ma- Bride of Joseph Knapp HOME FROM

the unit, it will be discontinued I Ladled Night be'held in November The Smoky Bear Reading Club Keystone Beach. .. % Murfry. ternal giandparentfc are Mr. and Miss Judith Ann 'Harpe became
next year. There is no charge ;Motion seconded by Ed Conneen concludeu its activities on Wednesday I The highest award, that of Awards consisted 'of bronze I Mrs. Lavelle McGee Mrs. Cole- the bride of Joseph Gustavus

whatsoever, and it may save your ind passed. Aug. 3, and there will be :Good Sportsmanship, was presented pii}s depicting the activity in man is the former,Mary McGee. Knapp on Friday July 30, in the
Tommy Millican reported on no Story Hour again until September to Susie White, and John which each boy 'or girl excelled.. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle M. Milliganof Eliam Baptist Church in Melrose.
life.This There were'32 members, Tulsa Okla. spent last week She is the daughter of Mr. and
year Mrs. Shirley Glover investigation of slow answeringat Allen. Receiving awards' for best The Summer Recreation' Program Robert Milchum, Eleanor Parker,
Is in charge of the clerical partof the Co-Op. He learned that and the following received awards baseball players were Marshall board, wishes,, 'to thank' all visiting Mrs. Milligan's parents, Mrs. John Luther Harpe of Melrose -
the unit. She would like to many: times the phone calls have tor having read -ten of more Pardee and Danny Hinck. Win- the persons, organizations, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer and he is the son of Mr. George" Hamilton, Luana Patten
have several ladies to assist her been for various individuals at: books: Marcia Haberstroh, Dbttie I'CTs C/rthe shuffleboard, tether- business establishments for their and family and brother and sister and Mrs. Joseph H. Knapp of

in signing up those who 'come to fire station and he suggested! Hardenbergh, Frank Harris m. ball, and badminton tournaments generous donations. which. made -tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Jacksonville.The Wed. 17 18
be x-rayed. If you would like to that all members advise their. Greg Harris, Marshall Gallop, %ere also honored. For badminton possible this recreation program Rothhammer, and family. Also double ring ceremony took Thur.-Aug. ,

help give her a call at 4205. after wives that the fire telephone is to Roger Smith, Rickey Warren, ., Jane_ McMurtrv and_..__ Butch_______ ._for-bovs n __,_ and____ ;erlrls._---. visiting the Rothhammers last place before anarch of candelabra -
S p. m. be, used for fire emergency or Johnny Warren. Carol Warren..l .. week was Miss Loretta Carol palms, and magnolia. Tall BOBBIKINS"The
and speeches in humorousvein i&& && & &i& &&\ &&&&
Incidentally, it might be goodto drowning only. In this connection, Kay Sunderland. were a Chamblee of Panama City*. baskets of white gladioli and
I mention that expectant moth- the ,secretary Jack Haberstroh, Be sure to watch for the, date ,. and Ed Conneen presented Mrs. John Regan and son. pompom chrysanthemums also
Kid in The Three-
ers are advised not to get the X- was requested to check with for the Story ,Hour to continue. Frank with a fine portable radioso MELROSEBy Johnny, visited relatives in North highlighted the setting. Rev. B.
Ray. We were,in charge in 1958, Southern Bell to!see if the num- Meanwhile, of ,course, the LIbrary that he and his family might Carolina last week. Ray SlcOham officiated.Mrs. Cornered Pants"Shirley
and we let one such lady go ber could be listed as an emergency will continue to be open on enjoy Roy Aycoff or the Grand Joyce Eotnhimmer Mr. ana Mrs. J. W. Mullis and Evelyn Perry, sister of the Jones Map BygravesC.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Ole Oprj when they get to Ten- family returned from bride, the
through the unit, and then wor- number only in the next issue recently a sang wedding songs,
ried about it for several months. of ,the directory.The afternoons from 3 till 5 p. m. nessee. ILI&LLli1UJ: !!W4"&UA&., trip to Georgia and Fernandina. [Continued On Next Page
turned out .Come in and enjoy non-exertion While Moist of the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Levine! '
However, everything of Frank Harris I
I resignation entertainment ,during this hot from Keystone Heights. with ; ,Well, this is the last Melrose returned last'week from a two

fine.Fire Department Notes Frank Jr.,has was been accepted transferred with regret.by weather. some from, Starke and from Orange News report from me. When your weeks visit with their son and J. "PETE" O'CO JNOR
Mrs. Maude Watkins; who was Pal k. :, adt1,1is..I.wW be on my way to daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.. .
members of the his employer, the duPont Co., to
Twenty-one in charge of the Smoky Bear Co-Chairmen of the ''party Tulsa. Oji1ahO 1a..I'd'like to take Norman Levine, and three chilliren -
Keystone Volunteer,FireDepart-' Tennessee.The Story Hour, wishes to thank Mrs. planning committee were Everett this opportunity to thank all of in Kentucky I Real Estate and Appraisal Service
ment were on hand for the regular annual fire college will be you who have helped to send ,
Marshall Gallop and Mtes: Carol Fox and Frank Hgen.. me Mss Debbie Meekin of Flagler
meeting August 2, One new held January 16-20, as no fallBack Warren for assisting her with the Will You Help? in, the news every week. Thoughit Beach spent last week with her
Lawrence Blvd.
Heights
intro Keystone
member Roy Tyre, was reading; program. 'Lew misfit{ not 8eelIllite, it it's pretty aunt and uncle, Rev. and Mrs. M.'
Some weeks Mrs. Muir '
A little reminder: Steve Elmore, ago hafd, to keep up with the news. H. Brcyfogle, and ,family. PHONE 4297
sent out questionnaire '
( a PTA
r Stefan Brokas, I and Steve to iI:pope you will be'as good to my Winners of the Melrose Dupli-
I to School Shackleford have books that were members who in would an effort be available to determine 16 ;mother, who plans totake myplace cate Bridge Club last week were: LISTINGS WANTED

due on August, Let's turn themIn ;, U you have. something 'to 1st, Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs.
assist in the
school clinic'
.
this '
4 y boys! :pill i IB Jhe'paper: just:send it toMfi Edith Larsen; 2nd Mrs. Alice
+1.f Janine' It 'Sir fall. This,required a great t f; Grant vRothuammer,, Mel- Ketchum and Mrs., Helen Phelps; On Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved

Penpanent Special 56'e On July' 29. Miss. Janine, Gay, and of that she l has dy's received time'and very1 postage few> r ; It io'ge,Fla.: It's.hard to,tell all my 3rd, Mrs. Mae Henderson and Residential 1 Farm and Business Property.WE .
;small gr granddaughter f of Mrand fri Itg good-by iso if 'I'didnt.get Mrs. Lucille starnes..
plies. Wont you offer help HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND
I AUGUST ANDSEPTEMBER Mrs. RJ !RW- r c,",F"' braced: so Mrs, Muir 'continue your: the around toteUvypur"Goodby.'lhppelpeopte: Pearls qtl\OlJ.\ r
5 her sixth |$4, withj| party; good work'she may started.last school where I g&,will be''as j mt a_'peanut bojl will bet INVITE YOUR: L4STINGS. .>
ONLY! given for her by1 her grandmotherat good to me'.axyoa.all wer It's ay;; AusiM. 27 at 8:00 _
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the Richard's' Spring lAke year? School will jaabri be. sfaxCing. err -,.'_ f err,'line ....I'rYel t eifl 'Ter rii ra _ __ err rs nr
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BEAUTY h me. CHURCH: NEWS I t ';;::;. ,c' 5 Clip. Here Jor Future Reference ..... ...? ,
KEYSTONE SHOPKeystonejieights ,
afeout
children .
ThertrIL: ; .83, Community'Church' .. I -.' K iC03PLETE' "
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.. on hand for thU lovly-occasion. f"a '
'!&. C.:.F. H. 'recently I
Krueger
_Ph.Tii.'29-U. friends and
They were Janine) ,
'v "Ii'' r classmates from her Bible,School l retired after.31 years as minister : I UPRTP
f and the Happy Hour: Play School at'St. John's Lutheran PJuttety\},,of r SERVICE F I 0 GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES
Jacksonville, spoke at',the Community u
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Mrs. Thomas Hawes assisted POUSJlIOLD'; PESTS PESTICIDES
:
Year Ron d Air Conditioning Mrs. Richard in. caring; for the Church Sunday Service I I TEmnTES.-_:1
uests., Aug. ,7.. on The Three Kingdoms BRANCHES, FERTILIZERSGARDEN

HEATING AND, COOLING BY DUO THERM' There were interesting, games, of Dr.the Krueger Lord. 'was "close .friendof I ,LAWN '- SHRUBBERY, HOSE OFFICE G R A ** OCALA STARKE TOO.LS I
OAJNESV7X.LEFLORIDA Ill
the favorite one being "fish pond"whereby .
each child "caught" a the late Dr. A. J. Holt'formerPastor LAKE CITY I

FOR AS. PER lovely prize with a pole and line. of the Community Church: I PALTKAI'
$
5 00 Dr' and Mrs. Krueger and six
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LITTLE' AS WEEK Refreshments were, not only delicious members of the Jacksonville I II
a but gay and unusual. The
Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. '
Church By
enjoyed dinner with Mr. ,' ; "'
cake topped by a ;
birthday was '
REDFEARN KEYSTONE HTS. complete circus. and Ms. John Himble who were ; ,. I
CALL also former members of Dr. Krue-
4252 Janine received many lovely I Household Pests TERMITES LAWNS ADDRESS.AND PROSE nUUBmY
ger's clinch.Sunday .
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sifts. Y Roaches *, Ants Free estimate diseases Scale -. Mires I
FOR FURTHER DETAILS Entertain Aug. 14, Fred Dodd Dingus 352 W. MADISON STREET ,
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1---- 6, will Speak,for the Gideons' inter- I 'Silverfish Free Inspection ChInch bugs PHONE WO 4-3965 White Fly
Saturday evening:, Aug. '
Mr. and Mrs.: George Massa entertained national. This active and fine Moths Sod web worms *Open 1\lon. thru Sat. 8 am, to :5 p.m. ApbJdli I
I organization of laymen has Fungus! DLcease
at their Lakeview Drive ... Army worms
Introducing"Serena home with a' birthday party honoring placed Bibles in hospitals, motels, I __ .
Mrs. Massa's mother, Mrs. schools, hospitals, and' penal .institutions r I

Clayton Purvis, a, visitor from all over the country I
Scales. and testaments have been: fur. AUGUST 1960 I
HiBs"on Lake Serena Moultne, Ga., and Bill ,
lushed the imnes.
Guff included Mr. ,and Mrs. armed forces,
Bill Scales Mr. and Mrs. N. W. and youth of our land. These$ ,- I iiiFERTILIZE, LAWNS:
NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hardenbergh. Mr. and Mrs.Laurel bles have gone to 47 countries! o BaTiia! of O I If
outside Bermuda, St. Augustine and Zoyzia grasses may be "greened-up" with application ammonium -
t of the U. S. and Cari da.
Large lots I'D. a park-like setting, sloping gently through Bunce Mr. and Mrs- Charles Me- It -is significant that Cuba,is 'one I' nitrate, nitrate of soda or sulfate of ammonia. Apply at the rate of 3-5 Ibs. per 1,000 M

huge lire oaks to wide, sandy, shallow beaches. Restrictedto Glave, Mr. and Mrs.: Bill Mrand Baker of' these ,countries. There are..'six .! square feet. Floraganic or milorganite are recommended% for established lawns of the above grass -a-I

horaea of attractive design and suitable for year-round Mr.Mrs.and Jennings Mrs. Bill Murr Belote ee., Jr. Mr. laymen in, our community who. I"I C) varieties and for Centipede grass. These materials contain. slowly available forms of nitrogen ,that Kn

living. If you plan to retire in several years and would like end Mrs. Richard Murrhee and are- members of Starke Gideons' a resist l leaching during heavy rains.. .n, I

to assure yourself of a pretty waterfront home site, come Mrs. Pat Mathfcu,*!! of Keystone International, of which Mr.. Dodd I. C) 1 ," fDt

and we us. Reasonable financing can be arranged. Immediate Heights. Out pf town guests were is. Chaplain.St.. .' BROWN SPOTS IN YOUR LAWN?, I
building not required. Open Saturday, July 25. Price Mr. and Mrs; Clayton Purvis Anne's.Episcopal
$3,275. from Mcultrie, Mr.'and Mrs. Ray Saturday, Aug.' 13.. is a workday I, 'S These''may' be. caused by either fungus disease or chinch bugs. Control for fungus disease: varies

Mafcsa from GaineSvtne- Mr. for 'the men of the parish.: w, with the type of infection-grass dying in streaks and runners rotting usually indicates Rhizoctonia I

and Mrs. C M. Burkhalter of They will report at 8 a., m., and: I g. .fungus and may be, controlled by spraying the grass' with Acidione RZ or Terrachlor. Use Phaltan r1o

S. E. MCKAY, REALTOR Melrose. work until noon. 50'Parzate: C. Kromad or Tersaon for control of brown patch, dollar spot, or grey leaf spot. These C r+ I

Party For Mrs. Harris The. St. Anne's men are,spO -; I U+ diseases are difficult to control and require 2 or applications at 10 day .intervals 1 C
poring their second annual August t --
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Phones 30'1L41S1 2391 2051TERWILLEGAR Wednesday evening tDt
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the Keystone-Heights Junior Wo- Fish,Fry on Friday evening Aug o .
man's Club Ijfld a, dinner at the 26.. It will be held on the Parish It FERTILIZE SHRUBS AND ANNUAL FLOWER .PLANTS: ,, 1

Masonic Hall to' honor Harris? their;who I' House lawn.at the.Tickets gate, In may case be purchased you,[ :: i iHibiscus, Geraniums, Begonias, ,Bouganvilla and all annual flower plants with Ideal Bloomater.} 2. I

would president, Mrs be frank leaving Keystone, don't buy' yours ,ahead of time. I & Camellias, Azaleas, Hydrangea, Dogwood etc., should have a light application of Grotone Azalea i
MOTORSTHE Heights soon for Tennessee. Membersof St. Williams Catholic ..: :and Camellia plant food if not 'fertilized since June. Let roses rest until next month. Evergreen n I

1 the Junior Club and their hus- The ladies of St. William'a: I U, -. shrubs, may, ,be fed with Grotone pellets Lawn & Garden, or equivalent. S o

bands were at the dinner. While Altar Society met in the:'Hall or I CD I

Mr. Hams knew of the affair, Monday evening- Aug. '8, to. 'organize : .SPRAY SHRUBS, TREES, AND ANNUAL FLOWER PLANTS NOW!
their dinner: plans. September r "
the dinner was a complete surprise -
to Mrs. Harris.as was in- 3 is the date for the.Annual L For 1 control" of tree borers in pines, peach plums, pecans, dogwood and holly use Ideal l Lin'da..Spray I

.1961 FORDS tended. The Flub presented her Ham Dinners: It will be al t t I as'directed on the label. If you. notice the twigs of pecan trees broken off or hanging loose, thisdamage
with a gomg-away gift of a silver the Woman's Club from 5:30 p- It due to the twig girdler. This insect lays eggs in the tender wood and cuts around the I

bread tray. m.,supper'cha1nnan.MiL until. 7:30. Mrs. Leo, Blancis twig below' and is snapped off by the wind. Collect and destroy these twigs by burning.or haul l, off.premises.
COMIN I
.ARE SOON Mrs. Michael'and Redfearn.her committee, dinner, Cooper wil be In charge: of Enjerj serving i. Spray trees with Ideal Linda spray, chlordane, DDT or BHC wettable powders or Ortho I
chairman,
Isotox trunks of be covered with of caterpillars that will go
Richard Murrhee, Mrs.. ; Mtfc. Joe Pawlikowskl ta I spray The pecan trees may masses
Mrs.Charlie. McGla e. and Mrs. Keysareent charge of soliciting: and Mrs i. I up f o the, foliage and damage it. Control with materials mentioned above for twig girdler. Use I

.30 had the hall, decorated (Continued on next:Page) Vegetable Dust or Red Arrow spray on Cassia to avoid injury to foliage.
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: beautifully- with* the club's colorsof I

-blue and ,old. It w.i a won- 'Unwanted Hair' SOD WEBWORMS AND ARMY WORMS: I

derful evening,that Mr*. Harrisis
NEW FORD. CARS AND TRUCKS not apt-to forget. .Removed I t At this time of year these pests may invade your 1 awn. Sod webworms and army worms cause alagged I

Staff Party For Harris's MEDICALLYAPPROYID ., appearance and their droppings may be visable on the blades and stems. The former feed

WILL BE SOLD .AUGUST Last Friday evening, Supervisory I mostly at,night and hide deep in the grass during daytime. Both may damage around 500 square

Staff members of .both the METHODS feet of grass overnight I
AND SEPTEMBER Highland and the Trail Ridge I
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DuPont Mines >and their wives WHITISH MOLD I

held Beach a to Beach wish party'"boa at.voyage"Keystone'to DWYER Edmund, I A.whitish! mold may appear on the mulch under Azaleas or other shrubs and in-planters (outdoor),

REGARDLESS' OF! PROFITS"We Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris, who Tblis:: Is a fungus and may be controlledwith two applications of Ortho Garden Fungicide, Bordeaux I

had been reassigned to duPont ELECTROLOGISTTel I pro Ortho Rose Garden Fungicide at seven day intervals. Repeat if necessary, "" .

plant in JohnsonvOle.. Tenn. FR 2-8039 .
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There was plenty of shrimp tor For: : aa Appointment ;' .t :

Service What We Sell" everyone, and all the, good things 107 W.University,Are. Salt 204 I Reference' :
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8TAEKE. FlMMi, THURSDAY. AUGUST-. 1960
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.. I Fish Fry PlannedBy Faith Presbyterian p. m. It will be held at the public -- -
dock if it is clear. If it rains it
St. Anne's Church Church Will Hold will be held in the Episcopal Drive In
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ,
For August 26thThe Open House Aug. 27 Parish Bridal Shower House. lEE'S; {j

By Mary K. Scbartfer I men of St. Anne's Church An open house will be held at Women of the Methodist -. --
Keystone Heights are planning r' tft try a Faith Presbyterian Church at 10 Church WSCS were hostesses to

Mobile X-Ray Unit .. duped to those present. The application -,their annual fish fry for Friday a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, to acquaint a miscellaneous bridal shower for Fri., Sat.-Aug. 12, 13
Scheduled For KeystoneOn of Lewis Muir was re- night Aug. 26. Cedar Key mul- parents of prospective Miss Kate Webb in the Woman's
Friday. Sept. 2, the Mobile viewed and accepted. Chief Mil- lett hush puppies. Slav and kindergarten pupils with the staff' Club Thursday August 4, at 8 p. THE HYPNOTIC

X-Ray Unit for the detection of lican reported no fires In July baked beans coffee and ,soft of the kindergarten. Refreshmentswill m.A
tuberculosis will be in Keystone no doubt due to the rainy season. drinks will be served from 5:30: be served and registrations' piano polo was given by Mrs.
Heights near the post office. The In connection with the recommendation to 7 p. m. The charge will be 50 -- '- will be accepted on this date. John Clark. Miss Sara Baldwin EYE
hours of operation,, will be from I of Bill Beam that a cents for children and $1 for Busy students and instructors complete ceramic tile hotplates The church is located on High- sang two vocal solos. Several

10 a. m., till 1 p. m., and from 3 I party be held in August Presi- adults for "all you can eat. on final day or' the summer recreation, program at Keystone way 21 between Melrose and Key- readings were given by Mrs. L. Starring Jaqnet UergeracSundal
P. m. to 6 p. m. Everyone In Key' dent Everett Fox appointed a Saturday morning is St. ,Anne's Heights. stone Heights. O.. Bad'A! in. A pink and green
stone over the age of 18 years is party committee: Chairman Dick monthly work' day. Men and boys I l color scheme was carried out.
urged to take advantage of this Sunderland Henry Hall Gene are urge to turn 'out for this Summer Recreation Program Closes Guests were served individually
service. Williams, and Bill Beam. A show activity. been a pleasure to live with you. decorated cakes punch mints :Monday\ TuesdayAugust

Technicians who operate this of hands indicated that the membership The summer recreation program Hughes, were ,tops; shuffleboard, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Coleman and nuts. If t. 15, 16
unit have found they can process cesired this party to be at Keystone Heights closed tee Sutton and Tommy. Bird: and are parents to a baby girl born Miss Webb received many gifts.
about 120 persons in an hour. It "stag." Sorry girls. However. N. aates are available. Thursday night, Aug. 4, with a the tetherball winners were Saturday Aug. 6 in Alachua Gen- Mhs Judy lIarpe'Becoml'S
enough people do not go 'throughthe Wr Har enbergh. moved that a Reading Awards Given picnic and award presentation at Jarje McMurtry and Jimmy Mc- eral Hospital. Gainesville. Ma- Bride of Joseph Knapp HOME FROr1THE \
unit it will be discontinuednext Ladle Night be held in Novem- The Smoky Bear Reading Club Keystone Beach. Murfry.,. .. ternal giandparenlfe are Mr. and Miss Judith Ann ''Harpe became
year. There is no v charge ber; 'Motion seconded by Ed Con- concludes its activities on Wednesday The highest award, that bit :Awards" eonslsted'of bronze. Mrs -LaveUe McGee. Mrs. Coleman the bride of Joseph Gustavus

whatsoever and it may save your :neen ind passed. Aug. 3..and there will be ,Good Sportsmanship, was presented pii\s depicting the activity in is the former Mary McGee.Mr Knapp.on Friday. July 30, in the HILL
Tommy MiUican reported on no Story Hour again until September to Susie White and' John which each boy 'or girl excelled. and Mrs. Lyle M. Milliganof Eliam Baptist Church in Melrose.

life.This year Mrs. Shirley Gloveris investigation of !Slow answeringat There were' 32 members Allen. Receiving awards' for best The Summer Recreation Program Tulsa, Okla. spent last week She is the daughter of Mr. and RobertMitt hum, Eleanor Parker,
in charge of the clerical part ttu Co-op. He learned that and the ,received awards baseball players were Marshall board wishes to thank' all visiting Mrs. Milligan's parents Mrs. John Luther Harpe of Melrose -
:of the unit. She would, like to many times the phone calls have I tor having read ten or more Pardee and Danny Hinck. Win- the pers.ms. organizations, and Mr. and Mrs.,Grant Rothhammer and he is the son of Mr. George Hamilton, Luanir Pattrn
have several ladies to assist her I been for various individuals at books: Marcia: Haberstroh DOttie i-ers of the shuffleboard. tetherball business establishments for their and family and brother and sis and Mrs. Joseph H. Knapp of
; gp those;; who"come to fire station, and he suggested Hardenbergh-- Frank Harris III.Gieg and badminton tournaments generous donations which, made ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Jacksonville.The 18
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be x-rayed. If you would like to that all members advise their Harris Marshall Gallop *ere also honored. For' badminton possible this recreation program Rothhammer., and family. Also double ring ceremony took Wed., --Aug. 17
help, ghc her a call at 420$, after wives that the fire telephone is to Roger Smith Rickey Warren Jane McMurtry and Butch forboys and 'girls.MELROSE'. visiting the Rothhammers last lace before anarch of cande-

5 p. m. be used for fire emergency or Johnny Warren Carol Warren, ...... .. week was Miss Loretta Carol labra palms and magnolia. Tall BOBBIIINS"The
were speeches in humorous & &&& &
Incidentally it might be goodto drowning only. In this connection and Kay Sund rland. a Chamblee of Panama City baskets of white gladioli and
mention that expectant mothers the secretary, Jack Haberstroh,I Be sure to watch for the, date vein and Ed Conneen presented Mrs. John Regan and son pompom chrysanthemums also
Three
in The
are advised not to get the X- wa.s" requested to check with for the Story Hour to continue. Frank with a fine portable radio : Johnny visited relatives in North highlighted the setting. Rev. B. Kid
Ray. We were,in charge in 1958 Southern Bell to }see if the num- :Meanwhile of course the Library ro. that he and his family might Carolina last week. Ray Stcclham officiated.Mrs. Cornered Pants"Shirley

and we let one such lady go ber could be, listed as an emergency wih continue, to be open on enjoy Roy Aycoff or the Grand By Jeyce'Eothhammer Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullis and Evelyn Perry, sister of the Jones, Max: : Bygraves
through the unit and then wor- number only in the next Issue Monday Wednesday, and Friday Ole Opr when they; get to Ten- family recently returned from a bride sang the wedding songs,
ried about it for several months. of ,thc directory.The afternoons, from 3 till 5 p.' m. nessee. I &.A&.. .W V4ulaaae trip to Georgia and Fernandina. [Continued On Next Page
turned out Come in and enjoy non-exertion While Most of the guests were Mr. and Mrs:Norman Levine ,I j
However, everything resignation of Frank Harris
entertainment during this hot from Keystone Heights. with : .Well this is the last Melrose returned last'week from a two

fine.Fire Department Notes Frank Jr.,has was been accepted transferred with regret.by weather.Mrs. some from Starke and from Or- News,report from me. When you weeks visit with their son and C. J. "PETE"Real O'COrJ IOR
to Maude Watkins, who was ange Paik. read,this.,X.will be on my way to daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs:
of the his the duPont Co.,
members employer
Twenty-one in charge; of the Smoky Bear Co-Chairmen of the 'party Tulsa, 0 Oklahoma. 'like to take Norman Levine and three chil-
Keystone Volunteer,,Fire Depart- Tennessee.The Story Hour, wishes to thank Mrs. planning committee were' Everett this opportunity to thank all of Jren in Kentucky. Estate and Appraisal Service
ment were on hand for the regu- annual fire college will be 'O\f\Vhb\ have to send I ,
Marshall Gallop and Miss; Carol Fox and Frank Ilgen. :* ) helped me Ms Debbie Meekin of Flagler
lar meeting August 2, One new held January 16-20, as no fall Warren for assisting! her with the Will You Help! in. the news every week. Thoughit Beach spent last week with her
Lawrence Blvd. Heights
member, Roy Tyre was intro- reading: program.A YGent.out mfeSt! not;"seetn pkke; it It's pret- aunt,and uncle, Rev. and Mrs. M. Keystone
Some weeks Mrs. Lew
little reminder: Steve Hmore. ago. \ r ty ha/d to keep up with the news. H. Brcy'ogle: and .family. PHONE 4297
questionnaire "
Stefan Brokas and Steve fo'M'Amembers I7ojie you''':will be as good to mytfi3flier Winners of the Melrose Dupli- .
School Shackleford have books that were in an effort to determine .< who'plans to: take my cate Bridge Club last week were:
available WANTED
Back to who would be {6 LISTINGS
due on August, Let's turn themin place; U you have something toMl 1st Miss Iva Hillyer,and Mrs.
assist in the
school clinic' thfa
boys! Iii iihe:paper, J'just..send it toMri Edith Larsen; 2nd Mrs. Alice
fall. This.required a great >deW Rothhammer On Lakefront Property Improved :md'Unimproved
Janine Is Orant Mel-
Six Ketchum and Helen
; < Mrs. Phelps;
Permanent Special On July Gay of that 1 lady's time'and posfafe, lo .'fla. X 'afiard4 to tell'all Residential Farm and Business Properly.
; ; ?9, Miss Janine! and'she 4 : my: 3rd, Mrs Mae Henderson and
has very'feb
received
small granddaughter Mr. and ,fti f rT lids gopd-by/so if J didnt[jet Mfg Lucille Starnes..
X* plies. Wont you offer hlp WE HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND
AUGUST AND your! '
Mrs.l : Rof: LVRklurdcf-cj brated arvnd.! tp'teUtroti ,aOod.b1" I PN9ttIIoil\ !. .
5 yf her sixth}t pl 4''$ whiff!;1 Party: so good Mrs.work'she Muir may starte4.&s't'coniriue$ scho the l hppfe'people jrhereXgO.will be'as its, .:.afuls PH-Jut' bojl will be INVITE YOUR t ; U.Ji TINGS.--, ,:
SEPTEMBER ONLY! given for-her by'her-grandmother' good to ine Iii you all were. It's h 1 \\fi&t"2'1 a.t 8-on
at the Richard's Spring Lake year?' School will {sooti be' staff s+..Ias',, "L'-a'.as' .... ;;.......?-III.r;:. .i----as _ '..... .- r

s home:: ing. I ; ; CliR.Here! jor Future Reference .. .
CHURCH NEWS < c. I
KEYSrJH BEAUTY SHOP :
'- on'l'heVtr band; for'this,-about vlovtlyoccasion.They ,23, ;children.; ,Coinrnnnlty'Chureh''Drs ,. "!' IJa. <, ., :.: : ,
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Jh2941, ,' Keystone igbts'v I were Janine friends ,and :C.: F. H. Krueger 'recently '- '

.. ::v' J r classmates'from her BibleSchool retired am. John's after,31 Lutheran years as minister! I':' 'F L A P. E S T C 0 I

and Mrs.the Thomas Happy Hour Hawes Way assisted School. Jacksonville 'spoke at;;the'Church.,COmmunity \ jtf., I COMPLETE; SERVICEHOUSEHOLD' PESTS GARDEN; & PET SUPPLIES I

Year 'Round Air Conditioning Mrs. Richard' In' caring. ; for, the Church Sunday 'Seivice'l[ TERMITES; 1 PESTICIDESFERTILIZERS
guests., Aug:,.7,. onThe Three : HOME BRANCHES
OFFICE
w HEATING BY DUO THERM There were interesting games, of'the Lord. .LAWN.- SHRUBBERY' OCALA GARDEN TOO.USBy I
AND COOLING Dr. 'clqsefrfendof G R A
: : the favorite one being,"fish pond"whereby I Krueger' was I[ GAINESVILLEFLORIDA Ill STARKE .
the late Dr. A. J. HoUV'iormer "
each child "caught" a LAKE CITY I
:FOR AS, t PER- lovely prize with a pole and line. Pastor'of the Community Church. PALATKA
I.I.Dr. I
DO' .- and Mrs. Krueger and six :
LITTLE AS. WEEK Refreshments were, not only delicious I "

I but,gay and unusual. Thebirthday members Church enjoyed of the dinner Jacksonville,with Mr. I I ': :. : :' : Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. ', {,, I II
cake was. topped by a ,0 : ;
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KEYSTONE HTS. Mrs. John Himble who
__ CALL REDFEARK complete circus: also former members of Dr. Krueger ; I
lRruRECY
i 4252 Janine received many lovely : I Household. Pests TERMITES LAWNS ADnRF.8SA1D' PHONE

gifts. > church. *"Roaches Ants 'Free estimate Seale .. writes I
FOR FURTHER DETAILS filassa's Entertain' Sunday, Aug. 14, Fred Dodd Funrus diseases 352 W. MADISON STREET
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On Saturday evening Aug. 6, will Speak,for the Gideons' International 1 a.Sllverf Moths Free Inspection ChInch burs PHONE '\\'O 4-3965 "lute Fly

Mr. and Mrs.- George Massa .entertained This active and -line Sod web worms *Open 1\100. thru Sat. 8 un. to 5 pm. Aphids I

at their Lakeview, Drive organization of laymen has Army worms Fungus! riitiease
!I placed Bibles in hospitals motels, r .
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Introducing"Serena home with a birthday party honoring t
Mrs. Massa's mother.. Mrs. schools hospitals and' penal ii- I
Clayton Purvis, a Visitor from ;stit.utions. all over thecountri., I
Bill Scales and testaments have been: fur AUGUST 1960 I
Hills"on Lake Serena Moultrie. Ga.. and ,
the mss '
nished armed forces; ,
uffsti included Mr ,and Mrs. '
Bill Scales. Mr. and Mrs. N. W.ardenbtrgh and youth of our land. These Bibles 1 ow" FERTILIZE. LAWNS: .

NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mr and Mrs. Laurel outside have of gone the U.to S. 47 and countries Canada.It R BaTiia.- Bermuda, St. Augustine and Zoyzia grasses may be "greened-up" with application of am- O. I If

Large lots In a park-like setting doping gently through Bunce; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- 'is significant that Cuba is 'one I. "monium' nitrate, nitrate of soda or sulfate of ammonia. Apply at the rate of 3-5 lbs per 1,000

huge live oaks to wide, sandy shallow beaches. Restrictedto Glave. Mr. and Mrs.: Bill Baker and, of these countries. There are'six -, u square feet. Floraganic or milorganite are recommended for established lawns of the above grass -6.1

homes of attractive design and. suitable for year-round Mr.Mrs.and Jennings Mrs. Bill Murrhee Belote, Jr Mr. Mr.. laymen ;inour- community who I I varieties and for ''Centipede grass. These materials contain slowly available forms ,of nitrogen that :x:

living. If yon plan to'retire In several years and would like end Mrs. Richard Murrhee and are members of Starke Gideons' &= resist l leaching during heavy rains, n I

to assure yourself of a pretty water-front home site come Mrs. Pat Mathla all of Keystone International of which Mr.. Dodd I, 3'

and see us. Reasonable financing: can be arranged. Immediate Heights. Out pf> town. guests were 15. Chaplain.- I 14) 'BROWN SPOTS IN YOUR LAWN?, OJ1I
St,Anne's- 3
building not required. Open Saturday, July 25. Price Mr. and Mrs: Clayton Purvis Episcopal
$!.% from M ultrie. Mr.and: Mrs. Ray ,Saturday, Aug. 13. is a workday I, 'S Th sEt may' be, caused by either fungus disease or chinch bugs. Control for fungus disease varies,
Mafcsa from Gainesville?' and Mr. for the 'men of the ,parish. U. With the type of infection-grass dying in streaks and runners rotting usually indicates Rhizoctonia' I

15.S. and Mrs. C. M. Burkhalter of They:will report at 8 a., m., and I'' lot fungus and may be, controlled by spraying the grass' with Acidione RZ or Terrachlor. Use Phaltan 0C

E. MCKAY, REALTORPhones tfelrose. work The.until St. Anne's noon. ,, ,? 50,'Parzate C. Kromad or Tersaon for control of brown patch, dollar spot, or grey leaf spot. These rtdiseases. I
Party For Mrs. Harris men are.spon O'oI are difficult to control and require 2 or applications at 10 day intervals C
I forting their second annual August I,
I Wednesday evening Aug. 3. I
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Fry on Friday evening Aug. '
the Keystone-Heights Junior Wo : -
man's Club field a dinner at the :26., It will be held on the Parish I 1s 1 FERTILIZE SHRUBS AND ANNUAL FLOWER ,PLANTS: fta I II

Masonic Hall to honor their I Hquse lawn.at the Tickets gate. In may case be purchased you- :1a Hibiscus, Geraniums, Begonias, Bouganvilla and all annual flower plants with. Ideal Bloomaster. I

would president. Mrs be Frank leaving Harris Keystone, who 'don't buy yours .ahead of ,time. ,I I Camellias, Azaleas, Hydrangea: Dogwood, etc., should have a light application! of Grotone Azalea
MOTORSTHE Heights, soon for Tennessee. Membersof St Williams Catholic 'I ;.-M* :and 'CamellIa plant food .if not*'fertilIZed since June. Let roses rest until next month Evergreen 1O I

-4 the Junior Club and their hus- The ladies of St William's;. I u v shrubs'.may. .be fed with Grotone pellets, Lawn & Garden, or equivalent. 3O S

bands were at the dinner. While Altar Sor.fetyrmet in .the I'Hall on I
Mr. Harris knew of the affair Monday evening' Aug. '8. to, 'organize SPRY SHRUBS, TREES, AND ANNUAL FLOWER PLANTS NOW!
_ the dinner was a complete surprise their dinner: plans. September I ;
to Mrs. Harris as was in- 3 is the date. for'the.Annual jFor: : control of tree borers in pines, peach, plums, pecans, dogwood and holly use Ideal Lhda:Spray 1

.1961 FORDS S tended. The flub presented her Ham Dinner It will be at I as. directed"oh the label. If you, notice the twigs of pecan trees broken off or hanging loose, ,, ,this
with a Eoing-away gift of a silver the Woman's Club. from 5:30: p. damage IS.! ,due to the twig girdler. This insect lays eggs in the tender wood and cuts around the I

: bread tray. m., until 730. Mrs. Leo LeBlane twig below 1. and is snapped off by the wind. Collect and destroy these twigs by burning or .haul l off.premises.
ARE COMING SOON is supper chairman. Mrs. Emery 1
1 Mrs. Michael Redfearn, dinner wil Spray trees with Ideal Linda spray, chlordane, DDT or BHC wettable powders or Ortho I
Cooper be in charge"of .serv
chairman Richard"and her Murrhee.committee Mrs. ing; Mr*.' Joe Pawlikowski In Isotqx spray The trunks of pecan trees may be covered with masses of caterpillars that will goilp

Mrs.Charlie McGla, and Mrs. Key charge of soliciting; and Mrs.' ,. I f 6".the,foliage and damage It., ,Control with materials mentioned above for twig girdler. Use I

: .30. Sargent, had the hall decorated (Continued! on next. Page. ) Vegetable 'Dust or Red Arrow spray on Cassia to avoid Injury to foliage.30D .

beautifully with* the club's colors I

of 'blue and gold. It was a won- ,Unwanted Hair WEBWORMS AND ARMY WORMS: I

NEW FORD CARS AND TRUCKS derful is not eveningthat apt'to.forget.Mrs.. Harris ,Removed I I. At this time of'year these pests may invade your 1 a v n. Sod webworms and army worms cause a I

1 Staff Party For Harris's MEDICAU.YAPPIWYm ragged appearance and their droppings may be visable on the blades and stems. The former feed

WILL BE SOLD ,AUGUST Last Friday evening SUpervisory i I. mostly at, night and hide deep in the grass during daytime. Both may damage around 500 square

Staff members of both the METBODS feet of grass overnight; I
AND SEPTEMBERREGARDLESS' Highland and the_ Trail Ridge 1 ,.
DuPont Mines and their wives I WHITISH MOLD' I

held a Beach party at Keystone Edmund A .mold the mulch under Azaleas other shrubs and planters (outdoors).
Beach to wisVbon .voyage" !to DWYER ( .whitish may appear on or
OF PROFITS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris,who : This;is a fungus and may be controlledwith two applications of Ortho Garden Fungicide. Bordeaux I

_ had been reassigned .to duPont ELECTROLOGIST. I or, Ortho, Rose Garden Fungicide at seven day intervals. Repeat if necessary, .

plant in Johnsonville. Tenn. TeL FR 2-8039 I
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There was plenty of shrimp; for For an Appointment ,.,.' '" .
"We Service What We SeH"llH. everyone and all the food thingsthat 107 W.University Ave.Salt 204 I : ': -
go with shrimp,: 1 I GAINESVILLE, FLA.. II : ." \ T J J; : Clip Here For Future Reference ,.. I II
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., New York City, -several places in > TYYYYTVYYYYVVVVYYYYVYVVMELROSE ? FYYVYVVVVYYYVYYYHEILBRONIT I know a lovely quiet thing to i now and I' watched the'-Convene

.& KEYSTONE New YOlk State. Washington D.I itiiiiiT do tions and it was such a joy -

C., and Baltimore Md. He will : Tim?, time to pray.I I God bless you, everyone.. .

visit frienfls and relatives. ..nnnfnr..TYTYYYTT" Tiave found if one has sleep LOVE MiYTEILURA.n .

r HIGHLIGHTSTTYYTTYVYYVVV1 Herb 'Nelson in St. Vincent's Mrs U : I1ZJU Iy less hours it must be God's wayof .. <,- .tri' '
Continued from ) By Htrvef McCartfejHowdy
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is making
I Hospital progress
YTTYYTTyy+ 1 II : _, '. "!t'YY t telling us it is timeto'pray.Piay ,-<.
!will have to remain there for sev- a J
I accompanied at, the piano by. MrsPat. YYYYT YYY Y.Y. .' for-everyone. for the young.

a (Continued from Preceding, Page) I cral wore weeks. He1 appreciates] Ste&dhaou.Attctidants. \ Neighbors the biggestnews \_ : the old, for the neighbors friends SEE 1
the many cards he has received back CYPRESS i
and own loved ones-and to
George Schaeffer In charge of I from his friends and associates I for the bride were J this week seems bo be, the Thaw I
Miss Gloria Morris and Miss J four letter frord "Rain:'"" Yes iiieverywhere -; IIIi POHCA. !bed :andsleep.My .
ticket sales and publicity. Dee Dee and Dottie Harden-I I
Maida Griffin bridesmaids Miss good friends from Nebraska I CARDEJVS1UI J I II
Stamp Collection Of Interest bergh daughters of Mr. and Mrs. '!' Sandra Ridaught of Keystone; I yOl1gQ 9L' step. youafind | Wheteim 19 glade heart siD as .My:.neighbors took ,me out to the Unci\alls. have moved to St.

This week at Belote's Drug N. W. Eardenbergh left by Greyhound ; water and everyone' you see they 'summer passes: August is I dinner as_ a gift _and I, have lots Petersburg Florida. I am glad stiiker s gsidf
maid of honor and Miss Linda ..
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; Santa-1! know tfc& kafcff : >
has ;
Sr.,
Chnstoffers : thinoSheri ;
Bert
Store. II from Jacksonville on hfee-iM-&ho: >rr vacaiiQrf'almost. d of cards and other
gifts throughthe they will be ,free of the comingice w Ul Ut a4.ll ,,
Perry flower girl I I fa ) pl
had various segments of his vast Tuesday morning Aug. 9. for Thebiide's gownwas is" fty&ingrfo. side? raining i ? '-doJ1 .- *: >fc; f* *';**: I mall, on my birthday.. I was and cold. We have their T. V.:, _
floor-length
btamp collection on display. Mr. Charleston S. C-, where they will I Oh welt:. ita*JlIimatt-na *tocomplain. Y,>>'Our England is a garden and happy.:

Christoffens started his collection attend u cousin's wedding. Dee [ of embroidered silk organza .. Maybe*e'' will appreci- -.>.!sucggaixtens ara'noT mad' My garden. has done well. ... '
taffeta and tulle, styled with
many years ago. and has rare Dee will be a bridesmaid. Their over at -.those sunny days' ahead alter By>'singSiqt"'a haw beautiful," .Plenty of nice green beans on the AMBULANCE
sabrina neckline and short SERVICE
interesting and beautiful stampsIn parents will come later, to attend if this toft* wet spe11. i vx'-' sba>'le q pole bean tents. Plenty of cabbage -
his possession. He believes an will scalloped sleeves. Scalloped tiers Rev'Johns of Paktka'filled the '
the wedding, and the girls go Wh'ite'1ielter'n k tftarf'w PHONE
go and. nice Irish potatoes. I WO 4-2600
enhanced the full skirt. Her silk I
interest in stamps will further a pulpit l Sltday'for'both ther'Tnorning .*. "
home with them. long to: tart'"ther*working haver plenty of cucumbers and
child's knowledge of the world illusion veil was attached ,to a ',and' a services'at Heil- DeWitt
Joseph Murelli of Keystone I'I'I' evening fives <<- -* have started making sweet chunk C. Jones Funeral Home
and help to deter juvenile delin- Club Estates is in Bradford Coun- cap of organza petals with seed broBrf"Church;- Remember, if"'y01Itile'goOa'OId" '
At"lgrubbing weeds from gravel: pickles.
I' .
DeWitt C. Jones
pearls and she carried purple Registered Funeral Director
quency. ty Hospital having entered Mon- country efcorch> Wtrhship ntri"'Ai' roK'erf' dinner
throatea orchids showered with patnsrt > : lit 'July we had two funerals in
Mr. Christoffers has startedhis day, Aug. 1. His many friends I at its best then Hellbronn is :! Starke, Fla.
i knives. one:week: but this has been a
tube ,. She in I
"osu was given marby _
three oldest granddaughterson hope he will-soon be able to come t the place for you and family I
your Oh, Adam was a'gardenet, and healthy summer. Don takes me
her brother John L. Rental Service
and for ;iiage : Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutcher"We
their qwn collections .home.Ml3.. Sunday We again invite I I ,
every '
Jr. God who made him sees ridingr: in the' new station' wagon.:
IHarpe
their birthdays which come next Leo King and children you to attend. our _services not : -,
half 11 isair conditioned and makes
I \ Identical princess style frocksof That a proper gardener'swork : : "
month they will receive beauti- from, Detroit are guests of Mrs. only on Sundays but for the mid.weeK' ,
is done- upon his kneeif mc-wuitrto_ take a long trip
pink-orchid brocade taffeta
ful new stamp albums. Sorry,' King's parents: Mr. and Mrs. prayer meetings held each eliminate the middleman's profit"
i I So when your work is finished Whoopee!
were worn by the honor attendant
kids we shouldn't have told you Club
Eastern Star Card Party 'I Joseph_ Murelli_ of Keystone....._...__... and 1 1 and bridesmaids. Their _head- Wednesday evening at 8 pan.' you can wash your hands and Here u an unusual receipe for 1'
Estates. Mrs. Kings nuboauuhis : Glad to that Morris Carter
report tookies too-No bak-
: 'and good
Mrs. Mathias Schroeder. Worthy mother, Mrs. May King, also I Lands matched the dresses and is. home from the Baptist pray One Quart With Each '
For the of the Gardenthat
they carried bouquets of white glory 't FREE
Matron of the Keystone to arrive ing.LOONTTCOOKIE&
expected Jacksonville.
of Detroit are Memorial Hospital in
2
away
it not cups Gallon
may pass or
Heights Order of Eastern Star\ visit until the end 1 pompom chrysanthemums. One you bay. 4S
that they will hold a Aug. 16, for a all The flower girl was' attired in Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and I II I -Rudyard'Kipling. I gransugar; Itr'cuP: milk; 1-2
announces August when they will go
ol sons visited Sunday with L. C.'a CUR butter; 2 tablespoons peanut '
Is the month of
Hall white silk embroidered in August ripen-
organza
card party in the Masonic home together. I pink flowers. brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. ing. I have always loved August i butter; 2 tablespoons cocoa; 1 teaspoon Prices Start at $2 ql. $5.98 GaL
on Tuesday Aug. 16 at 8 p. m. of Keystone '
Mrs. Mildred King Edgar Sapp, Jacksonville.: : They vanilla. Boil all this together -
,:, The party is for both members Estates flew to Detroit Best man for Mr. Knapp was rued the beginning of Shorter days,
% Club visited Mr. niece lit- '
L Turner. Ushers Earl also Sapp'a i the glory of the summer garden for one minute. Remove
will be J. were
n.% and ties friends. There 7, for MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
Aug. a.
.,, Mich- on Sunday, tle Cynthia Conway, who is a Rud from' heat and stir 'iri 3 of
I bridge and canasta. There will with her Hartbfield of Jacksonville and ie now to be enjoyed and as cups

also be delicious refreshmentsand i visit of several weeks and family. Rudolph Dampier. patient in St. Luke'a Hospital. yard Kipling' in the above' poem -tjuickcookingpats, or enough to 501 N.W. 8th Ave Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
son. Tom Seymour, I' Mrs. Amanda: Crosby _and Mrs. absorb the; moisture. Drop by
states wash hands
of
nice prizes. Smith of Lakelandwas Mrs. Ifarpe mother the ; you can your :

Members of the committee in Mrs. Mattie guest of her sister, bride was attired in a navy blue .Annie Kelly visited the Stephen and pray. What, beautiful Spoonfuls on wax paper. When t
house
,;t charge are Mrs. H. Edward Hus- the Frank Stitchberry, for the dress. Mrs. Knapp, mother of the> Foster Memorial at White Springs thoughts'can be found in poetry. .cold afa,ready to eat.

sey, Mrs Lester H. Eisenacher, Mrs. weeks. Last Saturday, bridegroom: wore a green and Sunday. It1 lifts'the soul from the ordinary HELPFUL HlwYb i Before go- hats Our Business
!last two Sunday guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Ing'on 4 'long'trip* write the ad-
chose white to in ones ;
and Mrs. W. D. Klinepeter. Stitchberry's Jsister-ui-law\ white sheath. Both I II thoughts sing: a song :
Why not organize a table and Mrs. from New Port I IRichey accessories and white carnation I R.' L. Reddish"and. son, Keith wfta heart of the lovely and beautiful clresscp: cf'those''you'wish to write If Ifa Glass We Has It1! '

come to the party? 1''ha. D. O. Cason to visit and 'on';corsagfs. Miss Eva Belser" of' Jacksonville"Mr : This month celebrated' my 63rd "on''g uim ed'l bels. Then tear off CALL WRITE or VISIT

Personals came Smith and Mrs.! The Harpes were hosts for the ; and Mrs. R. L.. Morgan and birthday. When 'younger I used' and-paste> 'orr'post cards or-pack

;, Ted Douglas Fox of Orlando Cason Sunday drove Mrs.to New Port Richey''!' wedding reception given at the daughter, Judy, visited Wednes: to.. wonder what the"years would ages:''!T6"'clean plastic bags use! Joe Peters Glass Co. 4

,t spent last week in Keystone j I I where Mrs. Smith will visit for a Home Demonstration Club. Pot- day of last, week with relatives'inWhite brings'but. I.find foolish to fear Sofa or1 some water conditionerto'fwash .

Heights with his aunt and uncle, I ted palms and flowers were used Springs. growing old. It is like the garb _them and they will be 'NBE: fq
(GLASSv7
while- ''In Happy report that'R..L.-Morgan : clear" Make ash trays of heacuty' 'PeltANY
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Mulling, on of' decorating. den in _August the season',
Mrs. Lena .Clemens and sons I JMi Modem Store _FrimtJ_, _
Keystone Lake from 1 I[ A tiered''eake topped by a I was able, to return to work' glory the ripening of atf the experiences a1umlum'foil when preparing .I

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Mullingof Hillcrest have just returned Gulf and I)I I miniature bride and groom centered this week' after: beingin, the hospital of living; The 'time' to -for' large ,crowds. ''Shape ovei Just Mall Us A Paitemtot'TableToj
the "
motor trip along J .
Tampa spent last weekend I :a Ga. the bride's table which featured recently; recall memories'to watch: the mold. +

'6 with their son's family. Mr. and I a visit to Warm Springs, a hand-crocheted cloth'. Harvey 'and -his companion. grandchildren mature Into wonderful We have not had too many hotclays t 1313 N.W. 4tli PL! Ga1A +iUer r. Fla. Phone F5L M355

Mrs. J Fred, Mulling and two I I Catholic ChapelKeystoOf over pink. The Misses Dale Faith Ralnh'Bonnell.. enjoyed salt'water : crown-uns. It is a 'time1 lo this summer94' degree s! .

children. 1 St. WUHam's Heights and Carol Hanson---- --- nit the---- cake:- tis g. f.Cedar Key'Saturday.- I pray for others and forget ones '"was tile 'highest reading, and theiughtswere""cool. I', H_ ,

Mr anti Mrs. D. M. Pater and! I Matching cloths overlaid the self. Yes, ''these'' are the best Today Is'real; '
Mr.and
i Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. )Ira.. .Lonnie Morgan door' in-:fast too cool to sit out
Md. table where Linda
children of Sevema Park. are punch Misses of years and the happiest of my life: RADIO I DIS'PATCIIEDzSERVIC 1 .
7:00 m. and daughter White' Springs
at
Mass :
'! Holyday a. back ?n the patio and breezeway.
expected to arrive in Keystone' I Strickland Barbara Turner and To. forget old' mistakes and ''remember -
-visitedTuesday: othis; weekwith
Mass at 8:00: a. m. '
Heights month to establish Tuesday Jeannie Strickland poured. Gar 1 am on the hack sunporch with -
thjjs .
? Morgan and only the goof and lovely.To
Confessions before, all Masses. Mr and Mrs. R. I* :
lb their new residence. Mr. Pater denias encircled the punch bowl! family. forgive' ones self for' past the do&; Gabby* the 1)upbull .
Baptisms marrtases and in- '. dog JS"Dbout-"u as'be'will '"
will replace Frank Harris at the Also assisting Mrs. Thel- blunders. ; ; large .
structions by appointment. were Our readers, will be interestedto I : ; iso and'loves
cuPont Mine. They have a son in ma Dampier Mrs. Catherine get. He full of fun, l -: ,
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know that *Harvey's sister, Digger., When Digger does not -
high school and daughter in Hartsflelci, and Miss Trudie" Mor- Mrs., :'rFL Brown. -

grade school. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL ris. Miss Kntfpp, the 'bridegroom's Mary-Jane, arid,husband, Mr. and J Little other business was know ,where_Gabby is, he paces ". ,' l

.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris and i CHURCH, KEYSTONE sister of Jacksonville "kept the Mrs: Li D. Jones Jr; 'announce the,I brought before the council meeting '?aroundand around groping in .( : f'

sons left Keystone Wednesday I Sundays 9:30: a. m.. Church bride's book. birth 'of a son in Fernandiha'' on Tuesday evening last week;I his blindness to find him.: I take --,-" '

afternoon for their new home in I School. 9:30: am., Morning Prayer I i Beach:H6spitaTon August_2. I Two bonds were forfeited during I them .for.'a little walk each even- '
When the left for their
Waverly Tenn. Mr. Harris will be and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy couple Guess thaVs. it for now' .bye. the-mouth of July: one for ,$17for.rn inland they :enjoy it. \ J
I honeymoon to the East
working at the DuPont Plant at Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopal Mrs. Knappwore a blue Coast suit till next week., ', .driver's, license* _and one This morning I washed andHovrha SALES ,

Johnsonville. Tenn. 'Their many 1 Young cnurcnmen. [ navy for $:5" for. running a stop sin."' clothes',are all dry and a
with white 'accessories and the
trlends are sorry to see them 0.1 i I Holy Days 7:30 a.Inioly tTTYTY Tf TYYYTYTYY TW'HAMPTON. Personals towels'; put away. I shall iron "
orchid from. her bridal .bouquet.. = SERVICE
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", Mr. ana MrsTBUl Few and sons 1 I Communion I' The Frank Clark family of early Monday morning. How' I ,
now"reside
The couple in Melrose.
will be moving from their houseon Third Wednesday Parish Hampton Lake spent last 'weekend love tiieie days; each 'week I do

the "top" of Peach Street to Covered Dish Supper, '6 or 6:30/ Out of town guests includedMr. in: Valdosta, Ga. almosfthesame: things over andover '

the Denmark house on-East Lake- I and Mrs. Jesse Knapp. Mr. ,Mr. ;: but 1 lo\ "'doing' Di. Each RCAWGTOR 1tE.c
and Mrs: Fred Whidden
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pjn.The By Urn D- E: inn
view Drive, recently occupied by Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,I. and Mrs. Eddie Knapp, Mr. and and children of Miami former morning eons' I read my, devo- '

I the Frank Harris family Vicar. I Mrs. Ji J. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. IAAAfiAAULLIaAAAAAlAit.City Hampton residents visited here tfonaU'' early about'_5 o'clock. In STEREO ft RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON '
Cates Earl Hartsfield, :Mr. and Mrs. ; Inter f'read lit' Here
O.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh with Horne.: ;; bedtime. is SALES ft RIP AIRS ALL MAXES
Mrs. W.
COMMUNITY CHURCH Kay Hayes, all of Jacksonville Elec lon Sept. 13, Saturday J. 4-69O1
and children of Atlanta Ga. : West) a poem that describes what' dp: -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill j'
otlGainesvLk
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Riddling and Reggie By ,August 25 ,
: spent several days last week with -, visitors 'at toei i 1 oaken suddenly. the clockstrlkea'
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Mulling boys, Orange Park: Mr and Mrs.J. "- Wiffi,-rye annual city election were tao, ;
Albert C. Holt Minister :
Homes en
last
Monday' week.
SHEPHERDn.t
Axel Malmgren left by train Mis. J. L. IletheringtonT B. Dampier Gainesville; Mr. coming up, on. Tuesday Sept. 13: : j The itiiise is very still,, 1 L
Those from Hampton
from Waldo Thursday evening for Organist and Choir Director and Mrs. Ruth Kendall. Haw- new residents of Hampton are the wedding of, Barbara attending MatcBett I' MY thoughts ai'eir e to wan-I i!!. .. !UN-- ..__-. .

I a trip around the country. He thorne. urged to register by Thursday, ,der'whifre' they will
Sunday School 9:00: s jn. Morning Aug. 25, two weeks and Don Pearson in 'Gainesville: ..

xvill go to St Paul. Minnesota Worship 10:00'a.m.. away.Offices' cri Sunday; 'Aug.: 7, were: Mr. Q.dMrS .. ....... -..... '
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TRINITY EPISCOPAL to be filled at this election ; -< /r
;: ''Marvirf Williams Mrs. ,
1,,. s CUCrtCH MELROSH, include the- mayor clerk and GeorgeWilliams, MiSsHtkla- y. :" o.: -4... >d ,4.t ,:. -' / ''

marshal ;each- for' a. one-year Warren, Mr. and Mrs. J; W, y
Sundays 10 a. m.. Church term; and. two council vacancies ;
Home Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. r t .
School. 11:15 a.m., Morning Prayer each for -4.1
a two-year term. Mon
0 :nmo s ,
? ww Home, Jr., Mrs. W. P. McEIroy : ';
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and Sermon (First Sunday day Sept. 3. .la the deadline for 'k, ; pres& ;
and' htidren! Mrs. Robert' Cog|
a e Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal candidates to' qualify. For each ; .crblltton.
;.
.} .and daughter. Mrs. Dorinie Hush ,. Sa 4
| Young Churchmen. otfi e., randidatomust be' a '' f i t 'E
Crawford'and Mrs. d. P: Wad3worthC : 'r dishes are ,i ir
Holy Days 10
a m., Holy registem: voter' In the city land .,

Communion.The must: turn in a petition signed bs :: Mrs. 'Jessie Durban' and } 1 __. ._, d'
Williams of
i Urs\ Lawtey
Betty ,
IN y ql r'M Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle. 10 registered voters, to Clert( W. ,
a '
a .a I i! Vicar. : -" 'attene&U! ; and Mr: and' Mrs; J. H-i
i H. Ma>lwell.
Via; A A Day 'rma: 'Mr, and Mrs. James < w. t.
s
Ih orcer reg&ter to r vote, 'ft Gray and daughter of Plant 'City 1t

I : person must have lived ha the spent die weekend here and -attended I

O"'I"E OF IVTEVTIOV tO state of Florida for one year, and .th&w dding. rr
\ 'W AI REGISTER FICTITIOUS
1 S .S-- 1 h-_ i; Notice Is hereby, given that NAME the in the city of Hampton for six I "Wayne Matchett arrived from ,

5 \ .L I|of undorrigned.' under the. provisions months; Present city -officers,Long" Island on: Friday night' last t 'i-' Y' a !
Chapter %0,93.; Laws of Florida. whose terms
'expire
r Acts of 1941. will register with the are :mayor 'week to'attend' Ms''sister's wed-
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and M. L.. Watterson;; clerk. 'W. 11. ''('oirrgr, and'iS spending this week

for Bradford County Florida upon Maxwell; marshal Leon Sails; visiting ttitH his parents, 'Mr.and 1.
receipt of proof of publication of 4 Y
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PENNSYLVANIA this notice, the ftctttioui name' of and ,councilmen A. C. Dennison Mrs. M. M. Matchettl: J"
Starke Typewriter Service under and D. H. Crawford. Three ceuncilraen -
Mrs: Milton
which) I am engaged la business at : Mr. and Mosher
Jot N. Walnut G- Wadsworth, D. E. and' Mrs. W"" '
St. Starke, Florida. family, P. McElrtynd .: r' i
: r1 F. R. Gomes, 304 N. Walnut St, Hill and C. R. Cox will remainin children, and Mr, and Mrs.
Starke Fla., sole office until 1961 under their
owner.
$ C."L: Cooper and family attended
\ Dated this nth day of July. 1"0 present terms.
ARM\JTIRES at StarkCi Bradford County Florida. revival services 'at New ProsPecton

a { 72S| U'SjlSI Election inspectors will be K. :Tuesday evening'' latw\ et.

I 3.; Wnttel'son.'Urs: D. E. HiU/and 'where: Rev. McElroy'' wa, .speaker.
O Come in and for yourself
today see "
rtn I- Earlier' bn:: Tuesday,'Mr.:'and Mrs:I -bL
rtI this great and complete Pennsylvania,, Cooper drove :to Chiefland .
:
Farm Tire line line that' t '
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i I guaranteed against road and field 5P I bring load been home visiting their:: relatives children;'wtib tdbfe gi.veJ1JlJll: ( an di dishwasher{ and

it IM hazards for a fun 24 mood With ol.- "" .
O tt for several days::
Pennsylvania Dtep-Cleac Tractot II

Tires you'll get positive tramon..4 .
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n
greater pulling power. Especially' 1 CHIROPRACTIC. -, 1 I
k > > *-#
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u compounded to resist soagi and cuts, r InIndustry

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Pennsylvania Deep.Oeats provide .

,, wider heavier tread ban for ai'a =

deeper bite..longer life. There'' a .

., Pennsylvania need Tire for ""T farm I NEWLYWEDS _The'formir. fonorable:4n'Senator.:: of Pennsylvania 3.- Srdonl r for family for friends'* and recreation

ao..dropiausoocuyoac. .
li
1 an f president of major

r < Our Bank You X* "oorporetlons'empioytnj 5Wtf: 'p*jo- /tit 1 brings freedom, You can lave a bu2t-m or portable Electric

YOUR can.Hel P f sossri I rt,: Alter wnptoyiajf1''* y' > >BS tmaaotonoct drudgery. Dnfaraclier in your home today

I Just married '. full time'staff Chiropractic pbysl&ans e99fttl9tlattea>nysakof greasy A petty will wash dishes for 8 peoples
PENNSYLVANIADISTRIBUTOR or even_ abend! tp ,be ... our bank : : r k t -
care Tfiir
a to "tils employees, ::1t18 9iLF3TRA HOVBS"for tlectrmty &e digest
is in
bargain town.
can help you. Wih{ trareler's'checks for the honey "The coat: : of care '>&* been paid & &
t _...acre "fcasOy hour" See you electric Appliance dealer and
s moon. Perhaps a_personal loan as. Well :Later, a foV maay'tiiB<-. >y:liereased einf4 (-.. 1 **f $
4"
plumbing contractor,for tht4i3
a FOR I convenient checking accountA .?.e* rfariencj both mental! nd of ft is Was
.r savings account for Yes 13A1 j eat Ktdttp, mijatcgj'keeteie that beet-fits need .
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year *
STARKE* I the future;.In so very many ways. ,our bank stands =-e.nMksi. further 1F'beei'ratrti avereowe"sad1es'K.mdt :'that\ Rbas JJKhwaaher takes over.

AndSurrounding j read,. to help.. Come in and,get 'acquainted. 'n"1oJWii5 has 'IuMrare, vet, pots and.paM PIPING-HOT WATER tiwaytoa itt

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Area teas leiaeSd Ise;dltrath t a et> -riaeed-"aenitized"by scaldingjiotwatartntl for *H your boon-acdrftaiSy needs

,. 'e' tic care also shows a *dried sparkling bright with when_ you ]fare a fiam-fre e,turn*.
siivl jfd ihe; IMIlra.ee Company1cWea'fei "1bS'aff YbTa> JdcBen is tid&r your free
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THE KE- S1OIEI "tifiitpifsee.tdployMr at+. ". : .' tais Btay scootii and lovely. .ELECTRIC- WATER. HCATER[- ,--;!

Use Our, Easy Pay Plan LL Y'.' 7T k1. e4t $JJJEBAil '"_W6 it-, strike phone ;' V tJ 1I "
Chrrofrtetor your ,
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1 Member DJ.f.-- furtker! infocmatkta phone ol writ ) i'" _". ,___ _

,. STARKE$ RECAP CO i the 1. *- : > -ft ?U fi-/a1zL 'tft .teir ,!! '

A, FrfendIl'Bank in a Friendly})*" Community, \ Bol isgeft. Chiropractic"V5ffi r. .' ;..r > ,
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'FI tsT. CHRISTIAN: CHUECH a. BOATDHAIN, BAPTIST. CHURCH. Cash paid for rood, clean. cotHIE EIGHT POINT for the
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Cot Call &. Christian Street Sunday School.. la v m. Morning -rm m. ALVAREZ': STORE Men's, Clothing ton rags. No Khaki or' wool way jcu nrito. ttmrc' in fend it.
Training [ Bring to Bradford County Tele- led sour fat :ie RjJTEEBKUOK-
Bob. L. Badgett, Minister. Worship 11 a. m. Established 189-t
I crapb. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPHFREESitOW :
NEWS Evening WuiV
CHURCH Union 6:30: p. m.
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Sunday school. a:4& Worship -
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and Communion, 10:45: a. m. J-
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Prayer Meeting,
Chi Rho., 5'p m. Choir Practice t 7.30 p'mPastor ,'" '
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.. I Wednesday 7:30 p. m. New ; Rev. Parney'Sweat V

M .Church At The, 'Tabernacle. Training for Service. Everyone 'Welcome; Saturday Morning 10:00: A.M.
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A busy schedule was observed FAITH BAPTIST
Schedule for the week of EVtKUKKENSunday
August 14 for the First Methodist I Sunday; : August 7, by the pastor BAPTIST CUUKL ''r.. lAwtey AMERICAN EMPIRE
A. Massey Faster
of the Gospel Tabernacle, J. T.
Church isr School 10 u m. Freachuig -
!Quigley, who participated in six Bible school, 10 *. nv
Sunday church school, 9:45: a. 11 a. m. Training Union 6Sa: AT THE
services during the day. Preaching IIv m.&veningr .
m, and morning worship. 11 a. m. pm.. Preaching-7:3t p. m. Prayer ; I
r- A nursery is 'provided for services Pictures pertaining to missionary Meeting Wednesday 7:39': pi: m. Service, 7:30. p 104 SERVICE

eachSunday, both morning and wort in South America will Wednesday Bible study, 7'3fr( Bible Study- and Prayer Ile t. FLORIDA THEATER
..ng.' 7Sa p' m.,- Wednesday. i
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evening.Snack -supper for M. Y. l be shown Friday. August 12. by {pm. b.AT BEST

P., 6:30: p. m-, youth meetings. 7 ,MJ-; ; Phyllis Martin along withI .
L'. BL, evening worship at 8. p. m. dplay| of souvenirs gathered MISSIONARY BAPTIST HAMPTON- CHRISTIAN
Wednesday: V meeting of the I from ne- field of labor in Quito. Sunday School 9:45: a.ia:, Mora- i CHURCH D Sponsored by the Following Merchants:

Commission on Missions, 7 p. u:... This is the last opportunity to ng rrahlp il ''a.m. EverJns t Sunday Bible School: 10 'a.
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and prayer meeting at 8 p. m. |see those: pictures as Miss Martin Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinr i m.:; Morning Worship, 11 a. nk.; JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY

Thursday Chancel Choir rehearsal 'leaves August 15 for South i A- ear h, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer CRAWFORD BROTHERS STARKE HARDWAREGulf

at 7:30: p. m. |!merica.i ana welcome*-Kev.. H. IL Uott mwtng every Tuesdar 'I:$OIt. Service Station

Friday; Methodist Youth Fellowship i ,Miss Martin attributed- gifts pastor I ; m: John W itt pastor' a QQ

Sub-District party for': of shopping; bags and reed harps TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
D & j UPHOLSTERY:
Intermediates and Seniors at 'to the Bible School Sunday. August Hunting; Season :To .Open.

LaW Butler 7:30: ( p. m- Meet at 7. Tte articles are made and -. SIMMONS KOCH STARKE BUILDERS

the church at 7 p. m. for transportation i sold by the Ecuadorian Indians. DRUG STORE
November }19 In StateFlorida's SUPPLY
; Take a' gift for the ',,I Pictures have been taken by ; I

Children's Home at Enterprise. i I i Miss :!attin of her home church I DENMARK FURNITURE LOCAL FJNANCE;
I 1960-61 hunt.
general 19 to Dec. 11. The bag limit on
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here to take back with her. COMPANY
KAMSOK 8TSEXT BAPTIST group ing season for resident game deer is one per day'' and two per i I COMPANY
J birds and animals will Satur- season.. buck deer with five
open Only
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9A Madlseq November 19 in all districtsof antlers legal ,
day, inch or' longer are =-- .
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:Scl1oo1' Jo*Wood Sunday the state: .. ==
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Superintendent.1'' I tii WorskTo. U a m. Sundav The opening date, applying to Turkey of either sex is legal

I 'Mo. >olnWotshi! 1'-, 11:00.Trairiinsr : 'EJvenlnff'Service-:: p.. m'. rtPBS deer, turkey quail squirrel and game during the regular season,

..UI1Ion\-G.15," ,. ;' 'Jim: Har"ld.mJJreet. .... nrlt., Wedaeadaz T:43m bear, was 'set during a formal two per'day and three per season. THE CHURCH FOR, ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH
r: :PHtye ll et1il.rFlida,1U'p.: 1D meeting of the Game ttld Fresh i That portion -of the Second Di t-
'<:K'm f C tnship 1:30. -.* < it'J' s i south'of
i Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee r'ct in Columbia County
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'1:3 WLadar" "" '-?. Cutset.... ,. ?. ." Meeting.. .. 8k fidward' Catholic. Cluueb July 23 according to Director Rd. 18 and,east of U. S. Highway
Starke Florida A. D. Aldrich. 441 is closed at all't1meiJ.' '
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J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor. Hunting will be allowed everyday 'I The state wide season on quailrun's

Sundh/ Mass at 10'a.. m. in the. First, Third and i, from Nov 19 through Feb: : ,.. jt.
Holyday Masses fit 8:30: a. m. & ]112.i 10.w-iUi ho t''I Y _
St. Mark's Episcopal Fourth Conservation Districts'. ] The daily limit is --.
5:30: p. m.WeefeJar. The Second which i BradfordCounty )i season limit. Daily bag limit 'Wsquirrels r
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Mass at 8:00 a., m. tit. II
is in. and' Fifth Districts is 10 grey and two fox, I
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Sunday > 8ervices-i9:45: 'a.m, Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 I limit. The I''
bag .
\flU'have i"staggered day" hunting xrith' no season ,::
Church School li; llVOO:: a.m.. Morn, D. nvBaptisms It with the first nine days November season on- squirrel is the-same''as. k1? WELLVELW ,
jSennoh. marriages and Instructions ..
tag Prayer and; 1927. and the period I, quail.
_ ,Holy. Commumoa-First Sunday by appointment.
December 25 through January 2-j i! Black bear is legal gam ddrI Ot 1 5.

11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, open every day. Mondays, Tues-I|! Ing open deer season and special' 1' : :
!:SO a.m, Alit PARR BAPTIST CBTCBCB : s k
days and Fridays will be closed !!I managed hunts; Daily. and sea- >
W@dne&d&y-'loo p.m. Choir School 9 (:) Morning i
Sunday : a. m.:
at all other times in the two 1 sonal bag limited to one, with .
Practice 7:45 p.m. ana
; : Litany Worship 11 a. m. Training times. '
districts I cubs protected all fi lr7
Bible
Study rNEW -
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Union &45. p. m. Evening, Worship y
Shooting:: hours for resident i A. license is- needed to take
I RIVER 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer same species will be from --one- j either cottontail ,or swamp rabbit -
7:30 r-
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service Wedneadaj p.
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half hour before sunrise to one- : during hunting season. Wild.
Everyone welcome.HOPE
Sunday School 10 'a. 'm. Wor half hour after. sunset on each,. hogs s.re game animals.in cer4inmanagement \

nip Hour 11 .. m: ,Evenm* Sere op n day.. Ii areas during open. .
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,.;e. 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eat Deerseason,. will open Nov. 19 j' seasons designated for each area.

Wednesday. 7:30: p.m.BAFTISr I Sunday Sunday School 10 i and close: Jan. 8, except in this t 1ith.,bag limit of one per day and kAib'w
1 a. m-, Morning 11 a.. m.
mesage
I district, number two, which will, two. per seasonPanther( is protected -
RIGHI:.&... 1 Training t11'L. 7 Pom... Eveningmessage bareat: special season from Nov.-: at all times.

-CUUBClBundayr" I 8' p. m. : ,
tSchoat '!-:0 *, m, 'Monday Bible Joy Club 4 :- e x V V.t \
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Mornife WbraMr :1 L m. and 1 ta 5 ''pi m.Wednesday. ; v-- .. t NOW OPEN Ii r 9 T Yr

7:30' $ : uv 'Prater 'Meeting each I Prayer:; Meeting .
Wednesday ISO1 p--mv ** Rev, I 1..30' H'.TifcLChoir: 'Practice"Tp I'O: 'r I 4
George Cblsm pastoiv,Everybody, '''m; Pastor: aaIn er" s. Cuth-
wp1"nmfll. '\ ,.. r I bert CRoir direetor*'.Fred Dodd.a.rsstasaaatsreft D & J JUHOLSTEUYSIJOPI : I

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1 I at Palatka Local personnel will donated 17 many organizationsand :_..i..A.a.. : .. .....a..&....frAAAAAALAWTEY. 1lvmvvmvm.mvv.v, We are glad they can get up on

.................................................1 I'be used f or Jthe"workshop'sessionsin friends of the family Most Sunday morning get the family
science and 'mathematics. "A of the members of the Spirituals CLAY HILL fed dressed and ready for Sun- THE EIGHT POCW for M*

NEWS ,OF, INTEREST TO COLORED Question Box" wnt'be used to aid Echoes are, members of .the, bereaved day School and get there them- way yon write. Come la tad sleet *
to helping teachers solve problems family.'Clarence DeSue. By Ems Blanchard
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
these : By Mrs. J. U StrIckWld'.A..4A&AA.&A. selves-and on time! If they can you favorite F.sTyRDROOKFountain :
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subject areas. of the.
son deceased. Is the Pianist
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.A LAaauAaaaa.AUaaaaaaaMrs. do this surely others can do the
By Ozora Shell planning will be' conducted daily and business manager of the Pea TELEGBAFB.
from,:9 a.h.Ito: 3 pm. Bradford singing group., She leaves to ,: Joyce Futch and Miss We are sorry to announce that same. Let's try. I
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---- ----- ? r ------ ------- mourn her loss ten devoted children Elizabeth Terry'were In Ormond there will be no services at Pad-

Free Chest X-Baya; 1 employment status at Dade Coun- meet. Thursday afternoon, JosephD. and a host of other sorrow- visiting their aunt. Mrs. J. L. gett Church Aug. 21 unless someone -

All persona, 18 years and above ty Junior College ,and Dorsey Green, president, in charge. ing relatives and friends.: The Jones Thursday. She is a former will volunteer to .do the

are atrolgJy'urged to have a chest Junior High School The Durens The county acquaintance tour will family deeply grateful ,for all resident of Lawtey.Mr. preaching. Due to Mr. Strickland's ,

X-ray in Bradford County duringthe have been employed as teachersin be".held Friday, Aug. 19, from 8 condolences and { services that Include and Mrs. Henry Randolphof decline in health, he is unable to

week of August 8th. On Friday Worth County, Ga. for the to,'4:p.m.Kiddie ; the public address system Cocoa were Friday overnight conduct services and will probablynot

Aug. J12, and Saturday Aug. past eight years. They are members Kollege KindergartenAll from Anderson",Jr. High of Law- fuesfc of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. ,be able to attend. If anyone rr '

13, the unit'will be located in of Jones Chapel A.11.E. parents interested in en- tey.: Grace DeSue daughter of fatum and family. will take this responsibility, pleaselet I.

areas where} 'oitf) group will] be Church Sylvester Ga. and gradu- rolling pre-school children in the deceased! is a May graduate We are glad to note that Rev. us know. MILK

able to get tha free service. A ates with tha master of sciencein kindergarten are asked to contact of RJE and 'expects to enter col. and Mrs. T, L. Howe and children Mrs. Wmton Parrish and family :

preventative is better than a cure. education from A & T College, Mrs. Pauline Marshall by' card or !ege-thls'fail.'We'wish for all the are residing in the pastor- of Avon Park Is visiting relativesat w k

Don't wait until you get sick. N.C and Columbia University, letter. Route 1, Box 128, or phone children success in life in 'spite .xim here Rev. Howe is pastor of Clay Hill for a few days.

Find out.the possibilities and keep N.Y.C. WO 4-9321. School will open on of the logs of, the. greatest asset -he. First Baptist Church of Law Marclee Padgett moved from 9
August 29: 8:30: a.m. (adv.) in any family, "a..mother." ; +
well Registration cards are avail Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Craw- ey.Mr. the Clay Hill section to Lawtey ;, :c' o
able at the Reno Theater. Mrs. ford of have their Fiesta Social Club CHURCH NEWS and Mrs: Frank Wells and last,week. 1 8Sq..gal.

Lawtey as
All members are asked to 'cooperate Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev laughter. Nina had luncheon
E. J. Givens, manager, will distribute -
house guests their sister, Mrs. with the plans for the outing Z. D. Robinson pastor held regular .pith Mrs. Effie Miner. Nina is Bobby Padgett has a new bunch '
them.; Posters and circu- Mamie White of Newark, N J. She of baby chicks. It seems that he F :
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at Butler's Beach pastoral '.'
service : ;'
lar announcements have been made on : on Sunday 'pendIng the week with her ;
Bedford is accompanied by her .daughter,; ,. Aug. 13.. Cars will leave the starting with Sunday School at grandmother.The likes work. '1'. 'J"j, .. f
by the County Health ,
Department. Please take advantage Mrs. Mattie Collins, and her' residence of the vice-president at 10 a. m, Supt.;Henry Bryant in Methodist WSCS met withMls. Among those attending the Eggs ;;..- Bread
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of this free fiancee, Sylvester Taylor ,of 10 a.m.,'m Old Lawtey Road-P. charge.; Morning worship was Bumgarner Tuesday night. Farm Bureau picnic last Saturday .' 1Ice-'
important ser
vice. Brooklyn. N. Y.. and a friend.' Cummings reporter. tonductea by the pastor,. evening After the usual business session. were )Irr and Mrs. Buddie w ; Cream

VIsltg Parents Mrs. Eleanor Warden also of 1 Carnation Club worship at 8 -p..:: 'm* Music' was Mi's- Bumgarner presented the Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack

Brooklyn NY This group enjoyedthe I The regular meeting of the Car. furnished[: all day ,by 'the Junior 'program. "Lights for the childrenf Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Fred. a think H'l mat-rial
Elmer and Ozora Shell visited last day of the summer program nation Social Club Angel Choir with Lang, and Elgin Lang. That Cottage'Cheese'Orange
Savings was Mrs Ruby Mae ) the world.! A candle burnedvhile our cows givt mrtk
relatives and friends in Sylvester, with the C. C. Anderson held at the home of Mrs,. Evelvn Fisher aniTRanell: English__ : _,i _in n : members discussed what We were pleased to learn Sun- As lush as satin -
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Ca. While.*there. Supervisor Shell Junior High School group at I Solomon Johnson on Monday charge. Rev..Robinson graced the vas being done and what could day that Bro. George Chism is, aid smooth os ami. Juice
presented 'a' vocal and dramatic
beautiful lake Whitamore. They night. President W Brooks was in luemucis) in his Jbeautiful' ne%' )&. done to make a better life forleedy improving in' health even though i
recital at Jones Chapel ,AME participated in the swimming, charge and commended the mem- robe. He is serving hits' third yearas children everywhere. A de- still in the .hospital We hope he

Church! of which her father Rev. boat riding, and skiing conducted bers for the splendid cooperation pastor of Ebenezer, Alvin, Bryant i iouS:salad course was served. will be able. to be back with us

W. L. Renfroe is pastor. She sang by Principal Anderson. Other during the year, so far. A delicious and family have spent several _Mrs Eattie Mathis is vision Sunday. Perry North of Jacksonville

to a capacity audience for the 'adults visiting for the final sum- menu was served by the hostess. weeks at home with parents. Alvin Irs. V. ,R. Reddish for a few, supplied for Bro. Chism 1
benefit the Sarah Allen Miss
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mer program activities were Miss The club adjourned until the nextmeeting is an electronic technician: ic :ays. again Sunday.

ionary Society, }'Ir Sarah Hamilton Cathryn Crawford, Mrs. True Love the third Monday nightin the AAP and reported to California Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Roberts Jr. Sunday School
president. The Sheila were Smith, and Miss Joan Britt, seniorat attendance was
August.-Mrs. Alma Jenkins, foi, ..further training. Her.ill and Children! ,were Saturday visi- much, better last
accompanied back to Starke by : Sunday than the
Florida Normal & Industrial
I reporter.., return' to Starke irt three ors of. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye. Sunday before. We
Mr. and MJS.| Obie Duren. members Memorial All 1 t had 82 present
College. reported a
i weeks after which'he wfil' leave Terry remained for
Birthday, _Party a visit with
of Zeta Phi Beta sororityand r gain:: and 45 of these'were 100
delightful day.Principal his family while he makes a tour 3am. Johnny returned to !
spend
Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. M& Bertis Robinson, popular per cent members. The Adult
and Mrs. Eddie matron of ovel"S as duty in Japan. He is lie wet with Mike. Women
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young South Starke, won the
They were enroute to Miami for banner
interviews that, will complete their Thompkins spent a few days on was-recently" feted at her "natal the son of Clemer' and, ,Henry Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burney and r again.

the Florida East Coast, fishing day" celebration. Bertis was Bryant. Don't forget prayer service Mrs. Burney's mother Mrs. Gibson -

with relatives and friends. They rhowere 3 with many lovely gifts I every Thursday night, Deacon of Jacksonville visited Mrs.

were accompanied by their mother, from her club members and I Hosea Hawkins in Charge.We Georgia,Ann Sapp last week.

Mrs. Julia Whitley, and daughter, friends. Bertis is employed at the have recently heard, ,from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Portable I
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I WILLIAMSJE'W'E'LRY 1 Brenda Gail. They have returnedto Bradford County Hospital and .Sgt. and 'Mrs. Elouise Hawkins' children of St. Augustine wee Typewriter.

complete plans for the pre- has just returned to work after a now stationed in Germany: with i Sunday guests of Mrs. John Shu- -

planning program that will begin,, delightful t vacation. She is a 'heir children. They are doingfine ford and David.
I on August 15 at RJE School faithful} 'member of Ebenezer but miss all the. gOO peopleof Mr\ and Mrs. Richard Bennett .

Pre-Planning Program Baptist Church and vice presidentof Starke and America. They, will and family of Daytona Beach are .
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WATCHES DIAMONDS The teachers of the county will Choir No1., 1, be abroad for thiee''years., visiting the Darleys and Bennetts.Mr. .
conduct a pre-planning workshopfor Laid To' Rest Master Keys win be at J2benezer and Mrs. Vaughn of Middle-

REPAIRS four days with emphasis on The late sister Annie DeSu Baptist Church Sunday,,might burg weie visiting the two families PRICES SLASHED
at 8' il
All Work GuaranteedA. of instruction in o'clock. Saturday.
improvement was laid! to reist in the family i'
science, mathematics, and guid- The installation of Rev E. D. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Brad Norton and
C. WilMams cemetery in' Pleasant Grove aftera '.' .
Robinson
at :
Keystone Heights children
ance and testing services. State solemn service conducted by ; were in Deland last week
142 W. Call S t. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church' will visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane
Department consultants will include
Rev. A. J. of
pastor
Starke, Fla. : W. E. Combs, Dr. Victor B. Pleasant Anderson. Grove Methodist be held at 3 p.' m. 'Sunday. All und,family. M<3. Norton's mother JUST IN TIME FOR. SCHOOL :
churches are Invited and'a11 Mrs. Selma
Johnson, and Mr. Dodameade, area Church. Music was furnished by Eunice who has bet'nwith'
members from Ebenezer are askedto the Lanes for several weeks
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:specaiM in guidance and testing the choir. Beautiful flowers were
attend. -Ranell English 're I returned_,____n__ _hnm.____ with...... them_.. .
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porter.. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and

r New Bethel* BaptSt: Church, family_and .Mr. and Mrs. J. T
Rev. A* ,B., Vensin pastor, will Reddish visited Mr. and Mrs
observe.Men's. '' Day all day beginning Ralph Higginbotham in White-
T 1011 + + a a a with.undaySchool. at 10 a. house, Sunday. I B I G IWAWL'd1ji

m. Supt.. ''or appointee 'in chargeat Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Padgett

the regular, 'hour. Special visited! .iclatives! in Jacksonville

speakers have been selected for '
.., ,. Monday.
'. each 'service. A special program Mr.' arid-Mrs. Luther Thorpe of

4 ti"' 'S ." .,l ,'.,.,' has, also- been planned for the Cullen. Va., and James Shuford
: closing! ,of, the, baby' contest; All' .SajteTVa": are visiting Mr, and

I : _::? .J .., ". captains and sponsors of babies Mrs;,Charles Shuford. On Sunday
are askew to make a full 'and they an went to Tampa: for a visit

I' e; M _. .#_ 1 .. ; ,':: complete report. Deacons Julius with: Dr., and 'Mrs. John T.
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.1J: Royal and Saul Hankerson areochairmen
'O" Wright and
j f family.
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I l for this annual cele l
', Mrs. Ed Carter and sons were Former List
,, -'U,,, ,,>.< t ', :! S J:::l. : :. :1'. b ration. Mrs. Pauline Marshall' weekend guests,of Mr. and Mrs. t '

1 1. _: ,1 i eporter. ADen 'Carter. They also visited Price. 1<
I Allen, Chapel,-A. M. E..Church, other relatives and friends while ".. '

I1/ J lev. ,L.: A. Sampson pastor, .will here.. 129 New!
t : .. hold regular! Trustee. Day on "Sun- -- $ .48 _
Mr-Yard Mrs. Jack.WainwrIght
I t Jay; .Sunday School at. 1Q X m. '
I and family of Waycross visited .
Supt. Fannie Frazier in charge.
'; Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright g'TERcrN-c.
Principal Eddie Thompkins Is the : t
during weekend
skins, all,.trustees and members l' .

: to, do their full'duty"so.that all Miss. tarr Pons returned to ; 14...'. tII.ot'a otw'tq .. .. .
R'CA VJ CTOR TV i her home in Tallahassee 'on Sun- N 0 W p.deIla > oor ffl i ii lilt lOst.
:expenses of ..t1.1e"e w: h can he ;i ton. .. iOW COST. PwfiMt far *.&.... tet top**. .
day.o1ter' time
aken' careofReports: ; from the spending some \ Omaw......SIIUt1 Cara.a 8t.iIM lrwr'rtir .. -."M
,!captains' 'for the recent'rally will. with. her grandparents, Mr. and ..|iiuii>r n
be called ,for also.,. Youth choir Mrs.* B. E. Reddish. ,, rasa. k fah fL fry k r'I"'j:9: : -' '

with exclusivej and Junior Church, .each Monday Mrs., 0- J. Phillips and Danny

itt 5' p., m. GirJ Scout meeting at 1 are at home after a visit with .

:7:30: p.; m., August 18, ,room, 22 lelatives!! in Miami. Mr.and Mrs.
i RJE-,.Mrs; &: Jt, Givens rePOrter. Leslie,Phi Ups a'nd..sons of Callahan ''

NEW V1SThIUNER :Citizens Committee',Meeting: visited with them on Monday. : 94.50 Plus .
I The newly organized citizens i Mr. and 1 J rs. Joe Raulerson of 'Only Tax

!committee for the betterment of :Orlando brought Miss Joan Ra-

1-.... .. 'children,and youth!; 1 Starke will 'fuse ,home on Wednesday after
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meet on,Monday., Au r. 15, 8 to 9 .she' had had an extended visit
Great. newil Now; yon can p. m. in'the: typing.room of RJE. with them.Mr. .

e The Ibst: Trdta'an: .:.Television Chairman Eddie Thompkins is and Mrs. Fred Moore hadas
have a dearer Brighter. bet asking. all old, and 'recently ap- Wednesday guests Miss The Portable with big office-size typewriter features Y. Full size


ter TV piclnrfi even from ,-- I Rachel Brice Boyer Royall of of Tampa.Jacksonvilleand standard keyboard Page Gauge- Touch Selector.Tabulator

hardtot..evenfromfar >>_ Misses Enza Blanchard, Elizabeth

Terry, and Mrs. Joyce Futch
away tion8-with RCAVictorTV f -I attendee' services at Orange

23" TUBE Street Baptist Church in Baldwinon :

featuring the exclusive OVERALL aAcQ Sunday afternoon and also
282 visited with Mrs. J. A. Beard. XTiw.p-
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d The fast,elemI and on time as the meeting .will
toner. Revolutionary new last, lor just one hour. Several SMITH CORONAClipper
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EGA No Viator tube and spew I.DDT All IFS DoHi the committee that need your
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cial hie. ."till circuitry combine Hlt':1 1to! +aeosaarerI/rkst ,Sports 845.

mI up or dries The Junior Baseball Team 'New".
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thsa '" '"p pomt"thapaabasactly Marshall Sr., will;leave' the city SAME FULL SIZE PORTABLE .: ,.. ; .. .n u\It'
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other the .* .d witfcut .& the state'tournament in Clear- -.j" .
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