Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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I For County BridgesBoard library Board

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II I ) _. ____ vko Sets Load Limit; Asks Tax Raise:

: : 'V ':; i t% ,Y : rQkt tw+5 ao'fb., ?t'.c :5 To One MiD .

,! i >r =aY.- "'' a,'r Settles Borrow Pit Policy Regional Members Library of the Boatd Santa asked Fe

Tuesday that Bradford Cai n-

ty's levy for countywide library ,

., $a ;, .:4Z d .CA a S .o i. ;, a E r : ?vti",,.,. Road Foreman ----.- : -,- _..uh. ..._ Five Bridges service be increased from half i

Quits In Huff; Open To Only a mill to one mill during fiscal I
sty% A n year 196162. A mill at present ;
Changes Mind
wit L ;c' Light Vehicles county valuation brings in

A misunderstanding the over $9,000.Mrs. .
8 !i county's policy in acquiring ... A load limit of seven tons Junius M. Smith a
'borrow pits led to the verbal over-all (including vehicle and state director on the library I
r LY resignation Tuesday morningof its load) was voted by the board, told County- CommIssioners -

County Road Foreman R. County Commission at its that the increase Is

E. Jones. i ..I -I meeting here Tuesday morningin necessary because no federal

The policy snafu was wt' an effort to curb increasing funds will be available for the
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straightened out so quickly damages to wooden bridges on programs this year.

however that County Clerk county roads. Bradford is a member, along

Charles A. Darby didn't even The limit 'was requested by with Alachua County of the
:; get the resignation recordedin Road ''Foreman R. E. Jones, Santa Fe Regional Library

.C. the minutes and a later who said it would cost several which includes bookmobile ser-

motion by Commissioner Jes- thousand dollars if the county vice to all sections of both

sie Chastain not to accept the undertook to repair or replaceall counties. Several library'

'.,, M% .,* MIIR III tRT' },ft 9't' +'M be resignation went un-voted on bridges that are now "out"in spokesmen told of the popularity -

: as being unnecessary. At that the county as the result of ; of the bookmobile! among
.b point Jones was in a better damage by overloaded trucks. rural residents of the county

humor and apparently agree- Commissioner Russell Green and of the extensive use being
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6 Counties RepresentedPromotion Civic leaders from five counties conferred here last .the.; commissioners described as McKinne Wins%/ it placed on.a "per axle". basis source.
a good job" for the county. but other board members, as Commissioner Jerome Johns
week on ways and means of improving and promoting State Hampers well as Jones
Work thought this agreed the library service is
Road 100 from Lake City. Pictured at the meeting are (from Jones 1 might lead to
opened his "bill of confusion and but asked. "What will
Of S.R. 100 left): Paul )(. Riherd. Lake Butler; Hugh Hannah State Road complaint" with the assertion First j RotaryScholarship it was set at seven tons over- the people say if we put 'on

Department official; Jerome Johns Starke; G. Wiggins, Keystone that the Commissioners had all. Signs will be posted as soon another half mill levy to sup-

; R.. B. HarknesN, Lake City; and Bill Penn of Palatka. voted not to obtain any more ( as possible warning vehicles of port this program?"
4 4Stressed At Meeting borrow pit unless the property j 'the maximum load. Mrs. Smith said she did not

Saratoga Heights Affected owners would prepare deeds Jones said that another two- think there would be any objection .

The increasing importanceof Brewer; Union, Paul M., Rihenl, and present them to the coun- span bridge was broken In re- as long as the publicwas
ty. Jones said he couldn't repeat A highlight of Commence- on the Vasco Forayth getting such good library
A. E. Howard
r ; Bradford
Road 100 a
State Jerome Johns, and E. L. Matthews Bad Water what the property owners ment exercises in the Bradford road. This makes a total of service. "People usually dontmind .
connecting link between Interstate ; ("'1'G.. E. Wiggins, Plagues said to him when informed of 1 High School auditorium last five bridges that are totally or paying when they are-

Highways 75 and 95 was and A. E. Anthony; Putnam, this policy. He said this had }Friday night was the an- partially (except to light vehicles getting the service. she de
stressed at an area meeting Pen and B. A.. Wilkes. seriously hampered his department ) out of commission in the clared.
here last week when represent- Flager County was not rep- Second TIme This Year in obtaining borrow pits nouncement of Dewey McKinney county. The road foreman saidit The Commissioners! who will .

six counties resented at the meeting. and would make it impossible as the winner of the first costs about $300 per span to begin their annual budget-
atives from gathered '
/or him to carry on,with such J Rotary Club .scholarship fund replace a wooden bridge. making chore next month,
.to promote plans for stepped Many Starke residents, mainly balance, residents could still be Jones
in the H 'and restrictions. Jones said he was 1 to' be awarded annually to a said that Doan'sBridge agreed to take the request un-
Saratoga ightS
tasting'sulfur.. :
of the rout! Sessions
up Gripe not across Santa Fe
present at the meeting Rivet der consideration at:that time.R. .
Bill Penn of Palatka was West Madison Street uea.s. Or Dees said the trouble deserving graduate of BHS. is
when this complete, all
action was taken except deckingand H. Mclntire, president of
elected president of the revita- Found Useless are again experiencing,The inconvenience could be iron in the water.' but had been informed of. it Announcement of the award this should be finished in the newly organized -Bradford

lized Highway 100 ,Association. of "bad" city Chlorine, he said will cause the later. was made by School Superin- the next few days. The bridges County Fair Association, reported -

and-plans were made to, meet By City Board water.Several pipes to rust and give- off 'sedi. No member of the board 1 tendent H. P. Morgan on behalf that are out on Dedan Church to the: board that this
again in Lake City at 7 p.n.., city-council members: ment. road.will'
could not be
remember adopting any j of the Rotary ClubIt.will replaced since year's fair:will :be held at .theStarke
June 20. .. Because ,: alsoe complained'the bad ft, this
r of a lack at rom- ,* t -.i ch.'Po1icY-atuJo'neS s told road is scheduled tar-hard- fita to Farmer's!l&rtet.I .
Hugh II Haflna. r'assistant dis.' plaints; the Starke City Council taste and discoloratiofl: to Rotary Honors Ms informantmust have con- }provide. $600 for .the W1in er'8college |Continued On 'Pare Three] I Continued On' hf&7T1fteJ .

trict engineer in charge of has decided to discontinue clothes and. dishes caused by fused this with) a previous.action expense the first-year.and' I
planning, for the 'State Road the fourth Tuesday monthly sediment in city water. One 4-H Winners by the board requesting $500 a'year for 'th. next -
Department told the group gripo sessions." resident, appearing at.the city the State Road Department to three years.:

that 'several projects are included The. sessions ,were abolished;! council meeting Tuesday night obtain deeds to borrow pits McKInney,' is the'son'of Mr.

in the 1961-82 budgetfor Tuesday night during the coan- brought' samples of clothes col- Jack Strickland of Gainesville purchased, by. the SRD far ;and Mrs. Buford McKinney of .

the Improvement of, SR 100, ctt's regular me ttno when (ored yellow by the water. outstanding state and national work on primary roads so that Sampson- City and has also r i 2 y ar

a stretch of highway. that star ta Councilman, .Carl Hurst said: he "Somebody told me I would!" 4-H Club winner was ,the"county"could continue, get- ]received. a Legislative scholar-
at Lake City and extends to1 1 be wasting my tins. to come, *hip- which ,will provide $400 .-
saw, no use in the sessions ting dirt from the pits after a '
Bunnell in Flagler County, cutting .since gnjy he ana City Clerk 'the complainant told the coun- ,featured speaker at.the Starke specified length of time after annually' for his'. .education.. Hewas 4 >.A
Bradford diagonally from ;Merrill Edwards attended thelast 'cil, "but I came. anyway. Rotary Club meeting Wednes- the .SRD, had completed its a science and mathematicsmajor s
east to west. Among these are session on May' 20. ":\1 t about as soon go thirstyas day. The program was presented work. in high school and was r n Rt ;
drink water out of my fau- by A. T. Andrews, assistant -, salutatbriari 1; -
resurfacing from Starke to the A lone dissenter was found Chairman Confused of the senior class a
Union line, also cet" Councilman, Carl Lamar county agent. of Ala- having 3.78 and
County .and \ in Mrs. Ruby Johns the only The Commission had never a average .
from Lake Butler to Lake City female ,member of the board. Johns emphatically stated. chua County taksi action requiring that scoring 447 on the placementtest. 4 ar kr
Hanna also said he did not Then she said, the sessions Light Plant SuperintendentMerrill Strickland, who has'repre- deeds were necessary for borrow He was a starter on both .r :
know of anything that wound hadn't been given a fair Dees said he has sent sente4. Florida in many national pits obtained by the county the Tornado basketball and yr 1t
bar, from being given a water samples from iM! homeof 4-H contests, including baseball squads.
100 chance. Complaints will nowhave it was said when use of the
Rudolph Sink of 1022 Pratt livestock judging meat judging -
Federal number designation if Other 1961 graduates win-
to 1 be made during regular pit is given by the owner In
Street, off for a laboratory land judging, leadership,
its backers would work hud 'meeting nights on tne first exchange for a service [such ning scholarships were:
enough to get it. He saW he and third Tuesdays of each analysis. He and Street Superintendent .and electricity described theindividual's pushing a water,hole] performed Amelia Williams of Starke
knew of at least one highwayin month.In S. R. Hicks both say role in the continuing by the county. Legislative scholarship, $400
the had taste and discoloration struggle between the free
Florida that was shorter
other action, Mrs. Johns Jones insisted the disputed annually.
than 100 and had been .mad$ was named vice-c!:airman for .is coming from either chlorine .. world and communism. Bruise action was taken but a search Sam Gardner of Keystone
U. S. highway. He She sulfur, or iron in the water :land is also serving as state. '
a suggested the remainder of the year. of the minutes by County,Clerk Heights-football scholarship
that the association, contact' will replace Chairman J. D. from the new well. They also vice president of the 4-H Charles A. Darby failed to reveal 'to-Duke University.
Mel A. Conner, state tray: Doyle' during his vacation later say Saratoga Heigh gets the Council. it. Johnny DeVore of Lawtey- Lij

and planning engineer. Ta!+i- in the summer. worst of the situation since: Another Gainesville 4-H Commission Chairman Carl partial academic scholarship to .
that is the low end cf the city Club' member, Dennis Stafford,
hassee, for additional information City Surveyor Merrill McMJIan Prevatt, said that he. too was Georgia Tech. A Tornado football -
on this matter. : told the council: he had water fines. gave an interesting demonstration confused about the action and halfback and one of the
The association agreed that: leceived preliminary plans for The new well has always of what happens when might have given Jones the leading' hitters on the BHS ---
this should be 'started at once the construction of U. S. 3D1 pumped sulfur the superintendents electrical circuits are overloaded :- wrong information. baseball squad. DeVore main-

since it would probably take south from the state Road Department say and two poun.ls of by' appliances *n thehome Jones was also miffed because tained' a 3.0 or "B" average Frog Legs Anyone?
several years of effort to reach He said he has already chlorine per hour is put into or office. he said the clerk had while in high school and scored ,

this goal. : run levels on the road the water to neutralize the sul- The program was in chargeof called, in a courtesy card that 435 on the placement test.
Other officers elected at the f I1diU present the council fur. According to them if the Bradford County Agent G. was being used by his department Of the 122 seniors who grad- Things are really jumpin' in Bradford County
Initial! meetiJJg were Robert E. with an approximate cost of sulfur and chlorine are not in Huggins. for making purchases for uated last Friday night around or at least they were until L. B. (Red) Alvarez

Harkness of .Lake'Cih", vire the project at the *wxt meeting county equipment on out of 30 per cent are expected to en- (above) and Wayne Haines went on a gigging expedition

chalitnaiv: and Sam Brewer Mayor W. T.Jack w suggested r y town trips. Darby said he did ter college this fall. Ray Red- t the other night and returned with this

,Lake City secretary. that the council; require P this because he had the wrong dish, dean of students, said "string" of 118 croakers. -
Two official representatives top soil to be put into the is- oGRATULATION impression that the card was that 26 have already made
were elected from each.countvhaving lands, between the lanes, on no longer needed and agreed definite plans to enter and Red and his partner got the jump on'other

delegates at the mating the new road instead! of limed to obtain new cards for use of that this number would probably local froggers, with a trip to "Froggy Bottom"

: Columbia. Harkness an rock as on 301 north. Clerk the road departmer_in such increase to around 35 by (wherever that is) the other night Conditions
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Edwards wcs instroeted cases. fall. are just right for successful frogging Red says,
write, the SRD and have sucha
Cattlezaps Discussed since high water has receded in Bradford County

tract.provision. included in the con Jones also asked. clarification Work To Begin cypress ponds, concentrating the frog populationin
Summer of the Commission policyon
Program Gas more narrow confines. Red tells of seeing 16
Department Superintendent
the construction of cattle
Recreation Oscar Davis Wb grantedhis gaps. He said that regulationgaps Soon On NewSubdivision whoppers sitting on one fallen log a frogman's
request to pay mem ers of paradise!
should be ,installed by
i. department- overtime. He : !
if the"county
,thai r property owners For the uninitiated who don't know about such I
stated they have been
STARTS JUNE 14 was to ,maintain them since
things, Red explains that you go frogging equippedwith
working many holidays weekends .
inferior structures were actonstant Guy Andrews. Starke realtor
Pratt StreetPlayground' and afternoons.The source of expense. said that development would a gig.. a headlight for shining In Mr. Frog'seyes

council, on a request The Commissioners said and high boots to protect you from water

V. from Mayor Jackson agrees to, r cattlegaps must be rot comcn subdivision, moccasins. That's about all you need except a

i* let three I policemen work and steel construction, at ; taste for frog legs,, which isn't hard to cultivate,
.through their vacations and several
Fun For All!' draw the extra The 14 feet wide and seven feedeep once you get used to the data. The meat is
pay. mayor
and must have a 14 foot Champion. The property includes tender delicately flavored somewhat like
said it would -be difficult to F chicken), .
f. "hire y metal, gate besIdeCnmmic..qoner them. 17 large lots all over and snowy white.
i a qualified part-time policeman -
Russell Greensaid one'acre in size, and lies
for such short .
a period.An
'" okay was &U3 given that actually the gap northwest of the golf course On the wholesale market, the 118 pairs cf legs

This Space Contributed I Light Plant SuperintendentMerrill RETIRING TEACHERS HONOREDTwo should be deeper than seven between Alligator Creek canal abown above would be worth close to $30 figuring -
feet since a long-legged Bradford 1and the graded road connet.'t'mg. -
pairs of
Dees: for the purchaseof legs per pound at $1.35 per pound
Weekly to Publicize County steer could Jump SR 230 and 16..
seven transformers casting retiring Bradford County school teachers, LonnIe Fate, to the frogger. Might be a way to augment the
that distance and not bat an
"" Andrews said that R. H. Mc-
Community, Events. by'The a.total of $2,000. former Brooke principal, and 3In. Leola Roberts former Starkeelementary eye. Intire of the Starke Chamberraised family Income, if you don't mind wading into

The council also D\I)Ted ti) teacher, were honored at a Bradford Education ,Association Chairman Prevatt of Commerce is purchasing swampy water on a dark night. Moonlight nights :
put $38 confiscated in
a gambling -
Community raid in the PoHc -man's' luncheon last Thursday, June L come questions about policy on Lot;:No. 1 in the developmentL are not so good because the bright sky offers too

Benefit --Fund instead of the Mrs. Roberts fc* retiring after 55 yean of teaching, the last 25 parcfeasing and Installation o L and plans to build. much competition for the hunter's light. SesaaMr

State Bank fine and forfeiture fund as usual of which 'she spent in'Starke. Fetch has been a school teacher *ulvert on so-caned "chicken Work of grading streets Frog is a romantic soul who bad rath rwitch

: for 48 years, since 1913 when be first taught at the age of IT..He house roads" where the owner I (through the subdivision will the moon than headlight.

.. Councilman Carl Johrs, .up!n- had completed two fears of high school and passed a stateteacher's 7 deeds the road right-of-way to_ {begin ..s.hort.11the developer
the...county and maintenance i! said. .
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'-*-- ; "-r '''Lions Club and Betty Jo Alvarez, and ors of the A.,J. Fenders: lastweekend. .

..... .. 1, + i Mrs. Joe Starling back ,. from ,

I Officers, Installed. A11i11g n. Texas. 1 4 l W? ate glad to hear that,/.
.. t -- The Heart of Florida's Youth I IFellowship' I Robert 'Starling is out of tl
.. ? A. H. Harley Jrl: was installed ;
will have its next
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: THE N WS I as president ,of "the Starke I meeting on June 9 at 3 p. m. :: Mrs. Robert Starling ai'iiU"; f
Lions Club at a dinner meeting '
N at the Magnolia Baptist
I .. .. 1 ,children were in Apalachicqllft,
in the Lions Den Thursday
.. ; Church in Branford. The: .
Wednesday: to
r Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Sr. of West Mrs. Ada ,Alexander and F.sr night of last week.' "MainesFmley church bus will leave Pine. Friday if
:: : i f .j the graduation of her nephew.
Miss: is spending several weeks Hiss Wilma Alexander attended S S 'District Governor of!Level Church at 6 p. m. .
Ralph Crosby.
f with Mr. and Mrs. Dodd Jr. the wedding of Mist Loraine k.-5 J ,35L, Lions International served J
visitors of Mr, and,
;;" Sunday Bing and Frankie l|
and other relatives. i Martin to James Cason as installing officer. I IL Crosby ofApalachicola
,. I Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Sr. were ,
Mr., and Mrs. : ... Other officers installed at are spending
Charlie Cowen in Waldo on Sunday after. : Baldwinof
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry *
:: and family leave Friday. for i noon. this, time were Dr. Gerald several weeks with Mr. and*.,

,..... several days visit with his par-I!I Sammy Warren son of Mr. jjSS A : '; S.s r g S $ Ewing. 1st vice president; Jacksonville. Roman Alvarez;MrsRobert. Starling. ..
ents,Mr. Charles 2nd vice Mr. and The Bradford County ,
and J Mrs,. C. H. Cow- and Mrs. W. T. Gill, enteredSt. Zipperer Fot:
en, in J. and J. W.. Hunters Association is !
Huntsville Ala. and! .'Vincent's Hospital on Mon- president; William i haung'
Alvarez Jr. and
then on to Spartanburg: S. C.'day for Brown 3rd vice president and and Mrs. O. a chicken supper at th,' community f

where Mr, Cowen will attend surgery. secretary-treasurer. Members Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Conner in house in Thell' a.

: the Sumfcje? Science Institute, Miss Sue Chastain has been of the board of directors are Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Everyone'elcome.. '

at Converse College for nine: added to Morgan's Beauty) Dr. Harry Gruen. Neil Tucker.' and Mrs. E. Edwards

II. weeks. 1 Shop staff. Dr.,S. R. Marcr, and RobertE. and daughter Linda of the ,. '' -
'. Mrs. Miss William Duncan and -- '- '< Firth1. : State Farm Mr. and Mrs. A. :: -'. -: L ; t
ClaudIa DUPais, Mrs..1 ) } '
Mrs. R. S. Gay of Inverness II ....::a Y. 1l'il. .:- N: Past President Nolan LJiWoodburn !L. Batten and children o{ The-

:: : Harry Bassett and Miss shar-I I Miss., and Mrs. Iris,, Cowart I I who has served in ressa Ronnie Thomas of NOTICE! .y

on Bassett of Alachua were i 3of Tampa were guests of Mrs. many capacities in the Starke;Brooker, Daniel Alvarez, Win-
: last I II O. L. J. W. Winners!\ OF Legion Awards :' Chair- and and
Thursday visitors of Mrs. Beasley and :Mrs. Club was elected Zone ;l lMeirose fred Tomlinson Mr. Deep Freeze Owners ..

1. Ada Alexander. and Miss Wilma -I Kincaid on Monday to Wed I!man for an area including!;Mrs. Earl Goodman were visit- )

.. I I : Keystone Heights 100 BU. .
Alexander. nesday 'of last week. Pictured above are students who received the American St rke' Elementary )
I ; Janell Pollard and Roy Coleman -Starke Waldo and Haw-1 I tlf

Legion Medal Awards at their respective graduation exSouthside Elementary; Juanita Griffis, Lawtey Junior High I, thorneI i!I,. GEORGIAPEACHES
I ercises or'class award programs at the close of school. I l
Bottom row (I-r): Michael Waters, .Lawtey Junior High; I I WILLIAMSJEWELRY
H "i NEED A RIDER These awards, presented locally by Jones-Langfonl-White 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Mddl& : Allen and Caroton Menff' Hampton Junior Wghshonor
I I Post 56, are m de'on the basis of outstanding qualities of

I courage, scholarship, leadership; and 'service. Sharon Harrell and William Harrell, Brooker Junior High; PINE LEVELBy I .

"I'm equipped with Complete I I Top row .(l-rS Anne Matthews" and John Sillier of BradCarol Stephenson and Steve' Shackleford, Keystone Heights I! WATCIIESDJ.lIONDS'I $WSSR. tf Tif tfyVAnn '

I for High School; Linda Alvarez and William Thompson, Elementary. Mrs. J. E. McRaeLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -
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Outfit. -- ----c-- -' REPAIRS one
Riding I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gross of :Miss. 'Clara Leaman spent Paul Knight of Miom' spent signing up. Selected nature I'' I: All Work Guaranteed Please Bring YourContainer ;

Savannah, Ga. were Sunday last week in Tampa visitingher the: weekend with his mother, books are made available to There was a large attendanceat :. A. C. Williams It}

guests of Mr:and Mrs. Charlie : ttivo"nieccs. Mrs. D. E.;. Knight They visited the children, and 'i fthey reada ,
church last Sunday with i irA
''f Mrs, Lucile Davis last j 142 W. Call St. DOWLINGProduce
tar Cowen. spent Mrs. Knight's sister, Mrs.! certain number of them they, ,
GENERAL ELECTRIC Room Friday and Saturday with Mr. Charles Larson in Lakeland are given a certificate, for: 'the new associate pastor, Ro-I Starke, Fla. Market
Air' Conditioners.-:.G. J. Mo and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr.. in from Saturday to. Monday. '- I man Alvarez, in the pulpit. I .' ,. '
framing. Included in the reading .." --- -,- ": ,
GRIFF, your only franchise. Gainesville.Mr- Pvt. Bud Lawson has been are ,books on animals, We are 'glad to have Roman j ) : I'r ?'. _. ----.f! -' ,._.-:_--- --. .. j j'r
dealer a : and Mrs. Bill Weldon of 1
transferred; from Fort Jackson, tirds trees earth, sky watery -_ '. ., .' ,,' ,, ,
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Tallahassee will the :-: ;: :: -:: ::; : ::: -:;;; : : : C.7"2: ....' ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly andson spend' S. C. to Fort' Meyer; Va. anc etc. -

Roger, visited Mr. and weekend with his' mother, Mrs. a on duty In the Chief of Staff .1 ..II.
Movies will be shown for
Mrs. J. H. Raulerson in Gainesville Gladys 'Weldon.. office in the Pentagon, Washington -
on Saturday evening.) :Mrs. W. G1. Stringfellow was D. C. members o line club at the library I !

A Mrs. W H. Holland and 1 in Oreen'Cove Springs Mondayto Miss!! Charlene Hardy spent later in the summer, \

3 p. r s granddaughters, Dee Walters Wednesday visiting Mr.and the first of the week at Alta- Mrs. Scoggins stated. I O.

S S Lb M y* : and Katharine '''Peek, are .Mrs George Manassa and attending mont Springs with Rev. and

spending a month at Mrs. the graduation of her Mrs; L. D. Haines and family. i, '

Holland's home in Dublin, Ga. granddaughter, Celia Manassa, Pvt. W.. T. Jackson., Jr: of I I i. '
tr .e; R 'I They went to Dublin on,Monday from high school. Fort Knox .arrived' home last I

.S 1 55 55 with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. C. A. Fountain of Tim- Friday for ten 'days leave of Florida I II SOON TO

: -M W. Walters Sr. of Dublin who monsville, S. C., and Mr. 'and absence. .,,.

I_ spent the weekend with Mr. Mrs. Charles Ellis of Hartsvilie, }[r. and :Mrs. George Powellof I

2 and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and S. C. have. been guests the Newton, N. C. are' visiting BECOME '
1 e o <-
.Q family. first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields for two weeks.

F. A. "eY Mr. and: Mrs. J. E. McIntyre 'Mrs, F, B. Beard, at Kingsley Mr. and ''Mrs. V. W. Strick TheatreSAT. !I
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Lillian Lake. The Beards 'entertained land Jr. and family of Des- 4. a -

: LaFond of Jacksonville at'' a dock supper fof' their Moines/ 7a.- ire spending the I

: -i Beach were Sunday visitors of ,guests on Monday 'evening. summer with her parents, Dr. NEWDRESS ,fnBi'i

Mr. and Mrs. J, H. DuPre. I I Mrs. R. V.' Chapman and,and !Mrs. C. J. Houpt. ., JUNE, 10
'W. P. Mooty Mrs' Elizabeth! family are moving4 to 1409 Donnie Page is visiting Stephen I ,

Rudd, and Bert' Hammond of I Park Street, Lake City, the Simmons in :Miami this Double, Feature Program i, '

Miami were overnight guests end of the week' where they week,; : '; 1st. Feature : ARRIVALS : ,

Friday of Mr. and Mrs Harry are joining Mr. Chapman and Mrs. W. W. Page, Mr. and r7

Mooty. will make their home.Mrs. :, MrS; Harvey Page and Mr. and! ,
Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Joe Wilson"and :Mrs. W., Mrs. Marion Page of, Jacksonville c&2

daughters Gayle and Dianne B. Mundy 'were over.ri ght w re' Friday evening SHOOTING GALLERY.[ : I FOR SUMMER :

"If ,jrpu would like to be my owner, con- attended commencement exercises guests last Friday of Cot andMrs. guests of .1r., and Mrs.Don i

at the Bartram Schoolfor H. C. Wall in St. Augustine Page and attended the graduation and everybadman : ,
tact Ray Stone at Alvarez Store A. C. '
of Page from BHStrs AND SALE PRICED
girls in Jacksonville last : and attended the graduation Donnie : '' TOO! I.

Williams at Wi liJe.welry: :,. the, Sheriff Friday Dianne afternoon.will enter .the Gayje Bartram.and school.pf...Bill "Wall.. from high. balby.:. .son,'I JBaiia left by a ?.plane Porter Thursday and- his target t tI tI | 4 .. ... ".

's office, or any member of 'the'..Sheriff' !i school next fall. Linton A. Taylor, Jr. of,Jacksonville for Long Beach, Calif after -

I :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prather was the weekend guestof spending a, month with her LU '9 I
..r osse_ My present owner: says'mds I I I and daughters' Sandra and Mr. and Mrs. Merritt ''Williams uncle and aunt, Mr. and ,Mrs .

go on Friday, July 7, 7:30 p. m. at I Charlotte, of Jennings. La. and Miss Frances 'Lan- Bill Sapp.; VALUES Y ,

are spending two weeks with drum at Kingsley Lake. J .;
the. courthouse!! : Mr. an4 Mrs J. D. Doyle. Mr. Mrs. M. H.: Lang' returned ft.; G. Parrish y ; ,

i and Mrs. w. T. Gill and Mr. Tuesday from two' 'weeks busi- ,.

I.\and Mrs. Prescott GilL ness and, pleasure. trip to As Qt Brooker Look no more, my lady! The most beautiful N '

r Mrs. J. M. High and daughter bury Park, N. J. and New r. 1 1catMai summer dresses in town are here '/7 r" ;

of Jacksonville spent the York City. 4.
i in your size and f J
Dies figure-flattering style. Fine t t "%'
!first of the week with her par- Randy Johns' returned home Mo ay. 1 r,
r I ents M{. and Mrs. J. M. Ed- last Friday after completinga IIciYfCs K.'uDOUY fabrics incude: cottons, Arnels, Cupionis, + ..,,

TERWILLEGAR i wards. nine months course at' the Robert Guy Parrish, 51, of Jerseys, Bembergs, seersuckers and others.

S I Harold Davis and Miss Mar-. Mary Karl Vocational' .Scnc: ] Route \. Brooker, died Sunday j c A variety of styles in solid colors, prints, l'

S ty Rosier were visiting her at Daytona Beach.' He is now morning in a Starke hospital!t plaids or checks. Sizes 7 to 15, 12 to 20 ,!
i employed at Clay Electric Cooperative MADIGONVf '
parents In Brunswick, Ga. on after' an illness' of several and 14'/2 to 241/
Sunday.' in Keystone Heights. weeks' ,
t lot Wichita Falls, Texas and, Mr. and Mrs. Johns:! ars moving I
Mr Parrish was born Feb.
;Mrs. Will Jackson of the State i tlus week to 614 N. Wafer-. f
: 27, ;1910 at Fort Call and was
ill Farm were Monday evening Graudon left. Monday f
Freddie ,
LIFER USED I the son of the late Joseph : *

,i guests Cowen.of Mr. and Mrs. Charliei : grandparents for Palmyra ,Mr.'Pa' .and IT: visithis Mrs. Koscoe Parrish and' Ethel Ron-at]I I BEAUTIFUL NEW :

froe Parrish, who resides |
IR Mrs. W. N. North, who has S. A. Wentling, for the sum TLOHNICOl0i1
Brooker. 'Parrish was a
CARSecau ; spent the winter in Nashville,, merMr farmer :and'. member; of the i,,, i HANDBAGS kvt/

j Tenn., has returned home. and Mrs. J. H. Hlxon; Sew River ''BaptiSt Church. VALERIE FRENCH mi KM

.1 }j Raymond, ,, Stefanelli was an, were visiting friends ir St. Besides. 'his' another, he is)I
i overnight guest Monday of last and Sat- II 198 AND 298
Petersburg Friday survived by 'his wife, Nona.jWhitehead '
need used. Cars :Mr. ) : a
,e we we and) airs. Albert StefanelliIn urday. -
II I ;
i' > Jacksonville. : Parrish; three Cool summer straws and basket also
5 : I He took home! 'Mr.: and Airs. L., tf. Jordin: II J weaves.
Elaine, the
DaughtersVlrgini& 1 I new cracked ice and marshmallow leather
offer More for Car Albert tefanelli,. Jr; who had and son, Harold, pf Ovieda 2nd. FeatureUfrBgin.sat17 :
can your on aTrlde !Norma ,Jean,' Sand Myra Par- styles. Dozens of shapes and colors. f
spent several/ days with his I spent the weekend with Mrs. rish; and one son,.Wayne'Par :i Girls' MaahmiUow Leather Parses .-.__.__.$1

for a 1961 Ford! :grandparents.Mrs. lurray Tillman and T. J, Griffins- and Miss Annie ilsh, all,of Brooker; four*[ t 'i ,

Darby. brothers,- .Herbert Q., Parrish,j,
children arrived Monday from
Mrs. H B. Hamilton is visit'. and 'Henry'F. Pajrrish, both of,i Sr .
: Fort Pierce to join Mr. Till {Starring: Mark Damon, -
HUNDREDS in? Mr. and Mrs.. O. R: Kelly Brooker William R. Parrish
man, wlio is the owner of ra- off]'Dorothy Johnson, and Edward' VHA= VI THE
in Los Angeles;'Calif for ice and Wallace Parrish, both r
dio stat n'RR.. The Till- '
eAWI : weeks. Falatka; three sisters, Mrs.I[ Byrnes.i .
OF inanslarg occuyping one of the i 41w
Mrs Chfi' ?. D-irKee: and Nettie Gay Starke; Mrs. La-I Cartoon
: A. J. Thomas cottages onKingsley : & Garden,
daughter :Sheila, of Charleston -: velle Witkouski, Fort Lauder SummerSleepwear
( Lake for the summer.
DOLLARSbW Mrs. Ethel Persons of Jack- S. C. is spending two week dale; and Mrs. Geneva Rogers, -. .- .... -- 4,
sonville & visiting Mr. and-Mrs. with her parents, Mr. and:Mrs. Orange Park SUN.. THRU p 'SyED.JUNE it .J
Carl Johns oh Kif' cs'ey takt:: Funeral services held at
ID.I W. Carpenter at Santa Fe were 11 THRU 14rn' ai ,
while Mr. Durkee is on two
; Lake this! week. 3 p. m.. Tuesday In the, 'New ,
Miss Elaine Colson is visiting weeks tour of duty in Norfolk, River Baptist' Church with I -'-0. .: 1tk; 198 AND 2.98

her 'niece' Miss Frances
Vat.Mrs Rev. L. L. Parker Joe ,
< ,. J. H. FrI- and Rev
Fields spent
in Fort Lauderdale this
Crosby '
week. day to Sunday with her sister.: Roop oIf1clat ni. Burial was, 7; ,: d,, Baby doll pajamas, broadcloth pajamas, edprl<< length I
y .
: Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry Mrs. R. E. Tanner in Bitdwu., in the church cemetery. under pajamas. shorty gowns, waltz length gowns'.und I

,and daughter, Gay attended the Dale Johns,.'F son of Mr. and the direction of DeWitt C.,', 1f Muu Muu gowns. Broadcloth;/ba3istl/nylon, rayon and I.!
Dacron and
; cotton; Colors
funeral 4f an aunt, Mrs.:Scott,|Mrs. Cart L, Johns, entered Jones Funeral1t tN Sraina; Solid
me. I and prints. Sizes 32 46. .
Y ft '
Cook in1 Lakeland on Tuesday.(Riverside Hospital on Tuesday ;".tit v -<< ;.'_ ;
Active pallbearers were Red ... .i- ,. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,Stefa- for minor surgery. I Adult Admission 75c ;1 .. :,
dish Andrews, Chester Andrews : \
nelli an ''dfaniUy were. visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson Cartoon: Baby Iloogie'r ] : .r ry4 '
Zedra Hamilton Leslie I :
I and Mrs:. Henry Stefanelli and family are spending twoweeks ] ,
Green, Russell Green, and Res- 1
ON NEW 1961 FORDSBANK on: Sunday.- at Spring Lake sle Colson. b :J FIRST QUALITYglfiLS'

I Mrs. parrie: Ritch.. who has Attending the Methodist annual THURS.&FRI. Cyf .1

been convalescing{ at the home. ,conference in Lakeland JUNE1o. ; %'& 16 ;! 1 '. .

36 MONTHS of her son, Dr.' T. G. Ritch.the from Monday; ttt ::Friday are Library Starts > .
past three weeks has returnedto :Rev. H, O. Boyette, Judge E. ; '
her home on N. Cherry K. Perryman, fMr. and Mrs. L. Smokey Dear ( j

Street. H. Futch, Mrs, C. D..William* :f "
New and' UtJ. Used Cars Miss Ann DeHoff of Jacksonville TVH. Slade, RQV Louis do Arce .Reading f \. 1 Club Golden HoursI I I SPORTSWEAR SETS! S ,- .E' :

has .been:.the guest of and. Chaplain and Mrs. &, F.. A SmoXey' Bear Reading S y
Miss Flora Slade for several May on, Jr. I '
Club 1s1 to at the
days this'week; Miss Jean Mundy u. a counselor : Starke progress, Starring: Ernie Kovacs, & '
Andjracks Select community Library asa 29 -
to From llrs. X. M. Smith and chil- at Camp' O'S:raannee'e'I summer' entertainment-with Cyd" Charisse.1. j U5UALL" 1

dren visited: her parents,' Mr. near Branford for the summer.I a natural!resomoe conservation -A Comedy* j 1.691.98 -

i and MrsJ Jerry Bolrien in Opa- "Mrs. Dave I SET
Paulk was a luncheon I theme.-Smokey.Bear; is the nafionalvsymibi ,
locka from Thursday to. Tues. guest last "Thursday- of forest FunnyIdea ,

Your riftorifgitf. Ford, Dealer i day Mrs: Luther. White' 'at Cedar :'prevention: : ,' ; fire .Misses. Big Laughs I i Pedal pushers and Jamaica i shorts with novelty

I'i ')[rs. \V. L, Sowers and family Key';-- | .i Cartoon: I blouse. Pre-shrunk, washable. Beautiful prinTs ,.
Bradford i sari that
I'n County I will join Mr; Sowers in Hol- Clyde Johns'of TaYlor wasa 'n7 hU4'm and-solid colors. Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14.
v& y jotA"the"Smote So _.
I'jlywood this weekend where Tuesday-visitor lot Mr.. arid : t.fooT tibdtrough inns"irkai. : ,Sorry** Pussy- v Cat I IiI1IN' Ii J '-t i >

.---.-' \whey war make their home. Mrs. Dave P ulJe..1' :iI" i c.i4 cothg\ti fie" library and i
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Golden WeddingCelebrated rOkays;'New Typing Room ,:iiIE RIGHT POINT for the
\ \ 1 I Five
( Bridges '
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By j I way you write. Come in and

ft Fred I School '.Board Reappoints :Defect favorite ESTERi i(
Stumps | i ', your .
.., j ;.1(; '
I *:BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEpAj*
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F, Stump' .
..*.; r. celebrated their Golden Wed- Teachers And Bus Drivers : ,,:. '
PHONE 864-0651 ,
ding anniversary on Saturday": Light Vehicles "i I t
1 1 rn _
!I evening with a family gather- I,

I I -_ .; ., -i34-adf9rd1.. County's School| Bradford 'High: Martha Ro-' '
II J Methodist Choir t1 ing.A beautiful gold and yellow ''Board' met -itondU I "i.. !
I Green-Temple and reap-I izier Curtis A. Marlowe. Richard [Continued From, Pate 1] '
Gives color motif was carried out in pointed teachers and bus driverS -I Jockel Ray C. Reddish, ; i
] DirectorF4well Engagement ToldMr. i surfacing in the next few !
:__ the attractive flower arrange- and.,,voted to go .ahead\Udele Mitchell Bob C. Ferguson 'i; I
: Supper I ments placed at vantage points[ 'with; the addition; of another William Alexander Bur-: LSTARKE FLAJ
and Mrs.. Purvis A. I
Most of the'bridge
... the home fOIl I damage,
throughout Stump typing room to the high school.I ney R. Winkler, Talmadge E.
Green Sr. of Heilbronn it attributed to overloaded feedl: SUN.-MON.- TUES.
I TJie Chancel choir of the the occasion. Yellow gladioliand
I' )L Construction will begin immediately -!Mullis Audrey M. Berger
$lr Methodist Church SpringS: announce the engagement ', I and pulpwood trucks. i JUNE 11-12-13
gave; ; pompoms centered the : ,on the typing room''Carlton Koch JoAnn Rowe, ii
I J/ &.farewell covered-dish supper''II and approaching mar-' \1- dining table. County Superintendent Harmon -( Lawrence T. Oglesby, Peter i I The Secret Ways
I Thursday evening before choir.riage of their' daughter, Shu- Here to their Social
help parents I i > P. Morgan said but it is 'Fresneda, Leah Sutton Fran- Security Starring: Richard Uidmark.
] rehearsal for their director ley Ann, to A-2c Leaman A. celebrate, the happy occasion!r bttul1l1fwill'be I
i I do ready forth R. Poe. !
,f :'l U..,Frances Poe who Is leav-Temple, son of Mrs. Frank Ot- were Mr. and Mrs: John Griffin -' : fall term of school The i jces I Southslde Elementary: Eve- A representative of the House of Usher

j I lng:\this week to attend the!I tinger and the late Albert of Ochlocknee, Ga. and Mr. Gainesville Social Security office -:Starring: Vincent tke.I .
; is expected to cost approximately lyn S. Sinclair Jeanette Allen -
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I Temple of Starke. -- JI -"?" Plus Cartoon
University of Indiana this] and Mrs. William H. Thomsonand $8,000 and will be and Florence B. Suarez. will be at the courtroomin i
auniner.: Miss Poe will return)I The wedding will take placei family of Monticello. II Starke on Friday, June Li
I McKnight-Koretz entered by an arcade from the County wide music teacher: i *
herjtvfo the FalL I i I at the home of the bride-elect I Marguerite Hiatt I I l 1j'main,,1 building* Carolyn B. Canova. for the purpose of conducting I' 'VED.THURS"JUNE ,
Jon Sunday, June 11, at 1:30 ToldMrs. 1415Laughter
The I Engagement 1'social security business.
; 27 members of the choir Wins Award For ''Present count shows the ;
1. and, Jheir wives and husbands!IP. m. I county will lose 16 teachers. I Persons who wish to make. ;*,
were!' |: Mr. Temple is now station- Perfect Attendance ''I Arlin .McKnight. of JohnDowling; 'application for social security
.. seated at a long attrac-: Morgan said. including one l !L On 10th Ave.
I jed with'the U. S. Air Force at I Starke announces the engage-i
tlt1k appointed dining talble!I principal. Lonnle H. Futch. retiring letirement or survivors benefits!
MacDill 4',7 ment of her daughter Dolores J [!],Starring: Richard Egan. Jan
; Air Force Base Tam- Is Auto Victim .
w1e1iheld a .centerpiece of Miss Marguerite Hiatt a Donald Brooker principal l. will : !secure social security account 1]! and Ju-
to terIIngiDan Duryea.
Suzette Captain fs
I eaftsummer flower" former student and esidentof numbers or get other so- ,
It ,. pa.No : 't- be replaced by Jim Temple. .j any j
t John R. Dowling Jr., 36. ol [lie Adams.
invitations are being I 1. Koretz. son of. Mr., and Mrs. j 'I (
Bradford, County graduated' ;- :' 1 I this year's principal at Lawtey.j I : VIal security information are
I sent out, but all friends and!on June 1 from Crysta! River ,' :' -: ,. : -4 Hyman Koretz Mbunt'Rain-1 I,':'Moving up to Temple's job I I Orlando was killed in an automobile -, invited to confer with the representative -I|I .Rock Around
t Local 1 Club Tours acc ent near Perry last II'
Md. Miss McKnight is also
relatives of the ier
couple I
are cordIally who'lta
High School with one of the at this time. '
will' beConn1C' Clark, ; 1i TheWorld
t : Eustis Friday morning. He was born : !.
I'I'I invited to attend. the daughter of Mr I,
iTwb i
Gardens; !most outstanding awards ever I
at and
II \ ght Lawtey this year '
at Raiford thE Steel.
McKnight of Jacksonville.. I I Sept. 8. 1924 starring: Tommy ;
presented by the school. Recent:: Birth ,
I I graduate of Bradford High
The wedding is planned for i I its a son of the late John Rancc Plus .C1UtOQlI
I embers of the Shirley GreenIs The award to Miss -_ __ : '. I
Starke given 6
: Gard was
f ; _- Friday evening, ''June 30 at 8 I School. J. C. Hobbs will continue Dowling Sr., and Mrs. Debbie I. 'I" I
nrClub made an interesting I II Honored Hiatt for 12 years of perfect o'clock in the First Baptist ', to be principal at the Browning Dowling, who iive.s: a1!\. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews FRI.-SAT., JUNE 16-17
I,'j tour of two gardens in Gainflfe -: attendance, and was presented Hampton ,Jr. High' School. of Gainesville announce the
Church, tarke, with a reception Raiford. He was a carpenier { Ole Rex
l'/I on Saturday afternoon I With Shower I by the principal C. F. Hol- i following in the church, By schools the '39 teachers I II and a member of tha Baptist[,birth of a son Bruce Eugene Rex and introducing

%\ foYnhe purpose of seeing the, ,mes, who said that in all of ,-'b.-Y --i recreation hall. j I reappointed were: II j ji |Church. on May 27 in the Alachua Gen.'Starring: .
\ 'Billy
HemerocaUls [ Mrs. Paul D. Jones and Mrs. his school and r ,- l Hughes.IMachine
day lUiesl which:I ;I life college The bride-elect was gradu- i Anderson Junior High in i Beside his mother and hi;stral; Hospital. Grendparents

'1. \rare how at the height of their';Donald L. Green honored Miss :;teaching, it was his first experience -' 4 ated from Bradford High School) Lawtey:. Jesse ,J. Moore 'andj I wife, Wanda Bauk night bowl-S are Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mat( Gun Kelly
'I f blooming : of that kind. He said : Th I hews of Starke and Mr. arid'
season. Shirley : : Spearman. foui 'starring: : Charles Bronson.
'f i Green. bride-elect and Florida Southern College j Dor9thy lug he is survived by r.
J J: The visited'were I that winning such an award I ; R.'J.E. HIg1 School in ..Mrs. T. E. Breazeale of High r'. Plus Cartoon
gardens I with a delightful miscellaneous At present she is '6n the faculty -' : children, one brother, and thre<"a ', '
;jt.J those of MrS. Fred Borland, was not easy and congratu- 3A.I----t. _I- I I I Starke: Hardrick W. Taylor sisters. Springs. >>
t of Cocoa ,Beach Elementary I!
I shower Friday evening May i .r- ,
lated :Miss Hiatt this hon 1
trho on and Ola W. ,
J ;has many varieties and School, Male Christian, Funeral services were hE'1diat
I 26 at the home the JohnsonPaulkWedding 1 .
of honoree. ,
I t the.'Mumon's Gardens. Mr. or.She |I Capt. Kortez attended Bronx I I I George.. 4:30: p. m. Sunday in Jones j .
I \ Munson is a well known by-I Party games were enjoyed is now employed as VowsAnnounced i j High School of Science New I Music teacher county Negro Memorial Chapel wifc Rev. Joel' :&AUTIFULI.HflM

,* bridteer, of Hemerocallis and during the evening with Mrs. bookkeeper for Allen's Home [ York City and the University j i schools: Wessie! ; MorrisL Dowling and Rev. Norman)

( has added_many of his ownnrieties Marie demons Mrs. Barbara Improvement in Crystal River ,!, i of Maryland. He is. presently'I; BrookerJunior High prin-I,Booth officiating. Burial was)

to the market. and is the daughter of Mr. and J I serving as Telemetery with ijcipal I! : L. H.'Futch. I i in the family plot Li Sapp Cemetery !
Crawford Mrs. Doris Otting- Mrs. Wade Henry Paulk
Mrs. Clyde Hiatt formerly of : Eillie'
Those on the tour were Mrs. in t Directorate of Range Development -:1 Hampton Elementary: at Raiford under the direction .
M cf, and Mrs. Gladys Green Starke. whose marriage took place !G, Barnes 'Beatrice C. Futch.i of DeWitt C. Jones
?, Hazen. Mrs. A. R. Nor- the First Baptist Church in .i Air Force Missile Test i I
matt'Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. being awarded prizes. Nahunta. Ga. on May 20, is Center Cape Canaveral ,Ramon Worley, and Rebecca Funeral Home.African i:I: WITH INDOOR POOL

J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Paul The honoree received many Ladies _Council the former Miss Lois Faye i No invitations are being issued .Juslck. : I

Raymond. Mrs. Norman, Visit. lovely and useful gifts from ,! Holds Thursday Johnson daughter of Mr. and but all friends and rela- 'Lawtey I110r'HIgb: Bethna[,1 Film Set ; BILL COHEN'S *
I Ing Gardens Chalmian for the, of j tives of the couple' are invited M. Estes, Norma Jean Clark. WAtCH f
the guests. Refreshments were Mrs. Winslow R. Johnson ,
Garden Club made the, Business Session j to attend the wedding and re- Connie, Clark, Lurlene Anderson At Park-of-Palms
served the t '
by hostesses. Starke. !
j1' ementa for the tour. I The bridegroom is the son J I ception. Hester C. Wise.Starke'Elementary. i Rev. and Mrs. Leonard J. } TII PRICE IS RIGHTJINIC ,
Circle One had charge of I : Gladys

the program when the Ladies I of Mrs. H. C. Wattaway of Wasdin. Sue Winkler, andMarYEhIZabeth Buyse who have'recently returned -, .W
Brunswick Ga., and H. L .. dll.sdayEveningsj
I time Council: of the First ,Christian Road Foreman Haines. !| from Oriental Province'
For That New j
Paulk of Deland. He is employed I *
Church held its business
meet- at Setzer's Store in Starke .of Congo in Africa will show afilm. I,
I VAo Imm ht. Pice?
Summer Time \ -
Hairdo ing in the church Thursday .J
j and is a graduate of Glynn Public Thanked "Africa Boiling," at 7:30: : -

] iLet* '* us give a summer beauty lift, night Taking of last part week.on the program .Academy of Brunswick. I Quits In Huff; Purchasing ;o'clock Sunday night at Park- I VISIT IEH MODEl HOWE DISPLAY AND

double ring
i The ceremony cf-the Palms.
that \ were Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Jas performed by Rev. CecilF. Easter Seals This province is the spot THEM! 1
will leave yourself free to en- Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Mrs. Wes-! i ASK THE MAN WHO BUILDS
Thomas. Changes Mind. where the notorious Communist .
fZ$ : the hot days ahead. Come in this week. tion.ley. Andrews'gave the invoca i The bride is .graduate. of Mrs., Ruby J Johns chairmanof I Antoine Gizenga has not:: !
: .. :I Bradford High School, class of Easter Seal sales in Bradford -, been able. set up his provincial --
I During the business session,'1 1960. [Continued from Page, One] County, expresses thanks j government and is also the

,1. : Jr If Your Car License Is No. 45-1990 conducted by MrsBob Bad- I Mr. and Mrs. Paulk are re- I r'a for contribuUons that brought j area where most of the attacks tiismittt'I'l No :Down Payment ''t
gett plans were made to entertain j becomes county responsi
1\ !* .. I A.FREE SHAMPOO AND SET the new members and siding in Hartmann's Apart- bility. around"': $365'to this fund duringthe on white persons have
1\ ments in Starke ent'campaign.. She reminds occurred. --- -- -- '
( Awaits at Salon friends, with a dish Owners Must Pay ;
:!} you our Watch this covered
*i* the public that it is not 'The public is cordially invited -
II' ':i-i.{: space every' week for new winners. a dinner business on.July meeting.6, followed by* Bus:T'Driver Gives that Other in Commissioners'ffe !t, ;thes agreed* are I too late ,yet to, send in pay- to this"service.. I Visit Our Display Mode}!

'I'I '1 Last: Week's Winner ment, for.the seals, if this has'not
The social meetings will be Party'For'Riders actually private, roads, even, '

:Hi);f j MRS. Cynthia SCHMIDT held in the homes on July 15 though 'deeded to the county. :Mrs.'already, ,Johns'been"done.wishes to familiarize THE RIGHT POINT for thel

as follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. I Mrs. George Reddish who : They are put in for. the use of 'the! public with this pro- '.way you Write Come in LA: RUE CORPORATION
: Irene White Circle 2 with Mrs. drives one of the Starke Ele- the individual owner who select your favorite ESTER-j
I We Are Closed All Day Tuesday gram for the benefit of crip- :
Tressia Jordan. Circle 3 with and BHS school busses should have to for the culvert -
Lisr mentary pled! children. and wishes that BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE 400 W. Madison St. Phone 964.8641BARKSDALE'S
Glamo-Ree Hair Mrs. Julia Wells at 7 o'clock. entertained her 45 riders if the county installs. it, would't GRAPH.
:1 Stylist more people e advantage j
I : at swim and covered- they said. -
< a party
.of lt.The', Easter Sealmoney" }L
.1(., I f'Miss Elloulse Ph. 964-8341 Mr. Keith Mrs. R. V. 'Chapman dish picnic last Sunday at one I The roads are referred'to as is used to. pay expensesof ; .
of the W. C. Townsend cottages "chicken house roads". because: ;
Given crippled children at sum
PartyBefqre Lake, rented to of the increasing demands,
353 N. Temple Avenue on Kingsley mer camp,' where they receive'
MovingMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McClellan. property owners who,.re\go- '
treatment and medical advice
Mrs. Reddish was assisted lug into broiler production and :
'cdncrning their, Mrs.
R. V. Chapman, who, with the party by Mrs. Roy need a better road into their Johns! saidthere, are undoubtedly -; FATHER'S DAY j'

Support with her family is moving to demons, Mrs. R. G.Paterson places so feed trucks can; get many children'in. the county {

; Lake City this weekend, was Mrs. Rosha Smith Mrs. T. J. in and out. The minimum who would 'be eligible tor this ;

honored at a farewell party Corbett Harvey McCarthy and right-of-way that must be I program if, their parents knew: i,

PRlVATE Tuesday evening given 'by'Mrs. Mrs. McClellan. deeded for such a road is' .30- I about It: and its many advantages '

ENTERPRISE Albert Lee Crosby Jr. at her feet.County i ,.' ,. A $2.00 VALUE '-

home at. 913 W. Butler road. Wesleyan Guilds Attorney T. Frank Applications for t- ummer I
I Attractive arrangements of Landrum told PreVatt that I '
camp may;be made by contactIng -,
1 ,:!he f Principle Which Made Our I I gladioli and gardenias graced To Meet TuesdayThe even though 'the right-of-way Mrs., Johns or a public

!points of interest in the party is deeded to the county, the health nurse at ,the County SPORT SHIRT

Country Great! 'rooms. The dining room table Wesleyan Service Guilds(property owner should be told .Health Department. Any crippled -,

b overlaid with a beige lace cloth will hold their June meetings I he will have to purchase cul child Is eligible for this I

was centered with a purple Tuesday evening June 13. vert if the county installs it,

I I" WHEN- YOU THINK OF GAS Camark bowl filled with arti- Guild 1 will meet with Mrs.C. .j since the road is being built summerty I
E. Hernwall at 7:30: o'clock.
ficial fruit and was flanked by mainly for his convenience. ,

r. THink matching Camark candle hold- Guild 2 will have a covered- fc now a member. I

X ers with pink tapers. dish supper at the home of'' Heard Commissioner Mrs.!

<--* GAS The honoree was presentedwith Mrs. R. S. Mullins at 6:30: 0'- 'Library Board K. L. Crawford qulre about
ofI. clock. Mrs. C. C. Johns Is co-
( : i several personal gifts as possibility c*" drainage work in;

a memento of the occasion. hostess. pond near;Sle py Hollow 1 Mo
Your Business is Mrs. Crosby was assisted in Asks Tax RaiseContinued tel.When told cost would be '\ .
Appreciated I
I I. serving by Mrs. R. R. Howell prohibitive Mrs. Crawford requested oJ.

Miss Kate Struth and Mrs. Gripe SesiollFound that, more extensive j' ; : ,

'f .1\t\ Bill T1lle [ from One] I ., -, _
Page mosquito Spraying' be 'done in 10. :: ..
About ;40 guests called during that 'aie.a.'. I AK : ;';WITH THE PURCHASE .;',
Mclntire said the large ,
the party hours. eight to UselessContinued '1t" %. 'I."
-: : :- 10:30: o'clock. platform will'be available' OFAPAIR-OF' : ':
'H' .aJJnrSlili' : 1' U"Wflrc" .E. < : for exhibits and the Fair As I'l YOUR..HOME H ,\ :

J { iociation to rent tents I
; UlrErJ.4l l{ [ From Pace One] plans :
Altar SocietyTo
1 for showing livestock. He also is perhaps your most
s the suggestion of Mis. Ruby MEN'S PANTS
Meet Tuesday requested the board to continue -11I yalnable material
T : Johns, was instructed to: have;,I its .contribution of $500 Ii Iii posses- :

: St Edward's Altar Societywill built a suggestion box to be:;annually to be used as prize sion. It. should be protected Choose from loads and.loads of,this'Season's
meet Tuesday evening, for exhibitors. from termites. tffl; 5'rYi'J1 : *F*' '
instaJledan, City Hill for em money
MILK June 13 in the Parish Hall ployees. r In other action the board:-; Call for free inspectionand itZ441 WYi Smart light-weight. t. materials; and a wideselection
right after benediction. All r IrfsMIn
Acceptedtheplatofaxiewsubdivision estimate. 9Le: '
"Lots of times'they have : of colors.Priced. '
members are asked to attend. can Country Club -
,sTff us money with their Ideas" 'she I I1b11A1 '
1L I Estates as submitted by M.,G.McMillan YOUR FAMILYis .

Methodist Circle said.The surveyor, on behalf;: f4 ,
council also voted to allow '
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of Guy Andrews real estatedeveloper. 95
C To Meet TuesdayCircle Building Insp tor E.: C. "** :I reward: and your From I '

Long to get a taYf' gasoline purpose: Protect your .
Instructed the cleric to con .
4 of the Methodist per week from the city to tact Zedra Hamilton'concern- family..from' car. -a. I

i Church will meet Tuesday evening -I|help defray expenses on his rying household pests. j
ing a borrow 'pitfor' future III.
L I. Ice Creamrim' June 13 at '8 o'clock at!l'i1 The building inspectors: work on SR227 I Call for free estimate. : .::. :
/ salary is $50 per month. t -..,. AIlSizts. "J"
the home of Mrs. O. W. White.I Reinstated Albert Newman,I -'- .
Council also decided that it -' -
i Eggs Bread Jr., 439 N. Lake Street is impossible' to give several previously suspend, to the I AKD YOU! ,

A \ nff..with trtomSvttwondtoott I residents in the Colley Road county road crew. I .' -_..
!1 r Cottage Cheese Recent Births area in southeast Starke water Discussed CommissionerGreen's 'I You may save ,the nominal \ -
that the
II .: Angbt.a&fOS$ I until after the Pratt Street suggestion j charge many times We have an outstanding Stock of Everything in Men's
!county purchase a winch'truck ,
Yo.1I1iIt.t; the mott. Juice Bradford County Hospital an-[Paving Job |is completed. ;i over. ,It's good business .

I Orange nounces the following births:i i Clerk Edwards was instruct-i but quest postponed of Road Foreman action upon fee E.4. ;exercise regular pest\ Clothing that is 'sure to Please you\and?3ur Pocket Book

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Byrd, ed to .advertise for bid* for anew
j j Jones who said the truck! control. methods.. for Father's Day Gifts. Come in and '
Starke .a ,daughter Frances,,i adding machine,for his of- '"' '. see. .
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though needed. would cost -
around -
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Darlene, June 2. ; I I II 'DIAL :
$1,000 to equip with
: ts A ;
Mr. and Mrs. Wall .'
: I Wayne winch and .should not be undertaken -; :
Starke. a daughter June 5. Recent Birthii I ..
Ppi at this time. !
1 4 1 'Mr. and Mrs. Vincent MeWilliams. -
I Heard Commissioner Jerome' Gift Wrapping '
.,Waldo, a son Vaughn\ Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Loworn PEST Barksdale's
Johns report that ,
p the state '<
iocs Aronal, May 31. I lof 'Gainesville announce the has authorized matching funds'of CONTROL- "" \ And We Give

i I I. 'p Mr. and Mrs. William K birth; of a son James Roland : ;s 'I S&H
$15.000 for work proposed Green
Godwin; Sr.. Maxville, .a son'Jon May :31 at Doctor's Hospital. '. Stamps t .
) ;i 'j' by the Sowannee River Authority -.j 352 W. :Madison St. .\
Richard Keith, May 31. Btarfce. .
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,',.. ._" 4T/ 'c': 't #U G ::1 ,T' ,-'J" "tt.. .:.#- ,."t',. .''( t..tl I ;' )' Home. Demonstrationt I: i\i Horseback RiderSfI I ..' AMBULANCE SERVICE--

Ii tv. ,, ; \ 4 ... ; 103 Parcels
'"Jv ',J"J r i ..,. I, .,' -" .. *: I, I I! Asked To Keep PHONE 964-2600 I

i .f y.' t 1. &111 : < Note'_ 1 Certificates totaling $5,013.73were Off-City StreetsStarke's DeWitt C.. Jones Funeral Home

Is Community Spirit ,Lacking?' : '1' ',; bY sold on 103 parcels ,of DeWitt C.::;Jones, Registered Funeral Director
i i 3. DOROTHY ROSSHomeDemonstration ". hand last Thursday, June 1, at City Council has 1 Starke, Fla. !
i Agent !' .requested that horseback
) Now that answers to the recent Asa suggested method of creatip; I t\j- the annual delinquent tax sale riders keep off city streets. RENTAL SERVICES .
) community survey conducted ,by the greater community spirit and closer cooperation aeilbronn Cook Out "L; as f Well as preventing the I field :by: Tax Collector J. R. Complaints, mainly from Hospital Beds, Wheel'Chairs, Crutches j

! Starke Jaycees have been compiled and several persons replying tc -The Heilbronn Home DemI i I I growth of harmful bacteria, Kelly residents Madison Street ., >- -.--,I .

analyzed, many interesting facts are the questionnaire suggested the for ,nstration Club members held I\,store milk at a low tempera- to Land redeem owners the have certificates two, yeas be- :have been made that horses I .- . .0 .. I I
disclosed of ture. As soon as it is delivered, are leaving unsightly deposits '
what citizens mation of council
concerning a community or
annual cook-out Tues- fore tax deeds be filed.
.heir ,bring milk in from the doorstep may streets which For The Best Deal
the 4nywfereSee
Starke think of their environment.As roundtable for ing community ? .
carry ;Jay at Gold Head Branch.: because strong light destroys They must pay the back taxes, residents haveto clean up.
might be expected, the opinionsare projects. '''It seems to us that this is an state Park. Club members' some of the riboflavin. advertising and certificatecosts "No unfavorable comments I IROBERTS'

I \\ varied, ',often conflicting; excellent. idea and one that might ,be !husbands and guests ate grill-Wipe ,off the milk bottle and ; plus interest on the tax have been made

many are constructive, and a few definitely more fully explored by the Jaycee: ed shrimp, barbecued chicken put! in the refrigerator. Leave es in order to redeem the: certificates -. about the horses being kept

on the "screwball" side.: when they start analyzing the resultsof potatoes, squash: and ,biscuits the cap on the bottle to keep Kelly said. in the city" Councilman CHEVROLET
It was somewhat startling to I learn their questionnaire. Vhich were cooked.on the grilL, milk from absorbing odors 1 Interest on the certificates. Carl Lamar Johns said '"If ,, :

, f that .a, majority of those replying to Though most of the replies to the :Other foods completing the from other foods. Be caeful to> ranges from five to 12 percent they would only keep them \ 1

the questionnaire placed '"lack of community survey were deadly serious, a few menu were prepared at home. :use the oldest milk first. You I the first year, till tax off the streets." AND OLDSMOBILE
collector said. and eight!
Those present were, Mr. do that if percent
can more easily you l
spirit in first place were good for a chuckle. For instance City Attorney George
Mrs. John Haney, Mr anddrs i always put the fresh supplyin for each year thereafter. AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. -
I things that are with the the crusty commentator who, in'renr} Pierce told the council of a ,
wrong com-\ U V. Harden Mr--' and the back of the refrigeratorand If the land owner redeems the
munity. There was a time when we ing to a question concerning recreation Mrs. 4.. C. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. use the milk that is in j certificate within five months s city ordinance banning inside,livestock 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.
I liked to boast that Starke's needs declared "Too much Needmore from last Thursday he will be being Kept city
community : now. Neal Lyon. Mr. and Mr?: Lock-'front first. After you have a
spirit; ws high, bud perhaps it is true work." : wood of Keystone ,Heights poured milk from the bottle'. charged only five per cent interest -, been limits obtained unless permit from has the ,

that ,this invaluable! quality has suf- In the line of ""most.. frequently Urs. J?I. Qentry, Mrs. H. B. return the bottle to the refrigerator -,{ board. :'
fered in recent years with the appar- heard complaints" some of the replies i Hamilton Mrs. Jessie Young: ,,1 at once. And be careful 1 l If the owner waits longer
Albert Lee Crosby. Mrs.i(about pouring milk back into1'the '; than five months, he will be
spread of the modern philosophyof were: One family complaining abou tMike I SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF
"every manjfor'himself' and ,the devil the others children Mosquitoes .Gilhooly, Mrs.! Richard', bottle, for, undesirable. 1. charged varying rates of in- CHRIST
Mrs. Roach Mrs. may terest to a maximum of 12
Richards changes if the milkis up
occur :
take the hindmost" If this is what is Difficulty of getting a doctor in an cent, said. : S mi. S. on 301. is worth 75c to you
Mike Prick. Mrs: G. C. Conner left on the table for any r.per Kelly coupon
happening to us, then it is time to dosom'e emergency. Too wet Too dry, ;length of time. I Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a.

soul searching and attempt to revive Under the heading of suggestions Let's Fat More Milk! i' Salmon Loaf !Still Destroyed m.; Assembly Worship with Men's Leather Half-Soles

our flagging community spirit, was this down-to-earth\ advice: .Have June is ,Dairy Month.' Wise'" Two, cups [1 Ibs. can], salmon j the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; Prime grade leather and Cats- eP.Vo
without which all other assets are of soil tested to see why people have iiomemakers know that-milk ,1 'and one-half cups;: By Deputy Sheriff Evening Assembly Worship, Rubber Heels-Reg. $3.75If 1

little value. worms and fungus. 1 s one of the few foods where liquid 2 'tablespoons finely 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. paw 'V
[: One thing cads to another-
Also significant was the fact that The Jaycees will meet Tuesday there is no waste. Every'drop chopped onion, 2 tablespoons 5j"at'I least- it did one; day last week Bible Classes, this Coupon is brought into store with V:

many replying to the questionnaire be- night with personnel of the Universityof can be used. The cost .of milk melted butter, 2 eggs two-i when Deputy Dolph Reddish I 7:30: p. m. .__ one Pair Men's Shoes.

lieve that Starke's central business district Florida who 'have been helpful in food isery value., low. in proportion to thirds cup instant nonfat drymilk I found a 1-,200 gallon groundhog THE RIGHT POINT for the! I V VV I'"V '
t needs stimulation, and local mer- compiling the questionnaire data in, a Nutritionists recommend alt,,t dash: three-fourth of teaspoon 3 tl l'! type' still after he had been l way you write. Come in and V COURT SHOE REPAIR

r chants need to take aggressive steps form :that can make it of use to the that onerfifth: to qne-third of' finely diced soft pepper,bread cubes.cups'I I|called out to investigate ..somt'gas h' select your favorite ESTER- V:; Starke

I to overcome the growing tendency of' Junior Chamber .and other grpup. Pqr- the allowance for food should Drain Salmon. Add enough II(' cylinders and empty jugs'found i| pROOK I Fountain Pen. TELE- V 126 N. Court St.

l citizens to pvn' $ ,tber? } mo riey out jpf pos of the community survey is to de-(i jbe spent for milk and ,milk I water to salmon liquor to make Starke.on a farm south of 1 GRAPH. ...

to\yn.One person put itHhi) way f "Local termine the needs of the communityand products. Some nutritionists:I one and one-half cups. Saute ;

merchants do 'not' fine nandiseL.: to then, to attempt to remedy some recommend that as mucH of; onion in butter. In a medium :: The owner of the farm, Bill: i V : _ _
ui the customer RVto' Ito the. food budgpt should be I size bowl beat eggs: blend in Dukes of Jacksonville, notified .
::1 f } ? sirif$$ g ei of these inadequacies. There is enough the sheriffs office of the cylinders I .
other cities" It thjsjisdrue7-'ihen meat in the to the spent for milk ,,an4 milk product nonfat dry milk, liquid salt I
} our survey keep Jaycee I and jugs, evidently left t
merchants need to. Im.ow. it, reeogh&e busy for years to cqme, and! 'we Ijope. as for meat poultry, end and pepper: Add bread cubes in a secluded part of his farm r -" I I
fish and} let stand to soften then WITH THIS<5AS YOU i iI
it, and do something about it the enlist the of { ,
r And ,they can cooperation other, by someone who intended to call
lost pink ala as fluid; milk mix in
I onion and salmon
1 sooner the better- betpre;.Buying.. habits* ; groups in accomplishing some of these,I is pasteurized to kill ;and harmful -i ii I I f I f which has been flaked. Packin \ for them later. Deputy Reddish, TO YOUR DELIGHT;. SALU ,
investigating the find, decidedto CAM NAVE HOT WATER!
are irrevocably changed.ft
" objectives, 'j :Bacteria which may be pre I. a loaf pan [9x5x3 inches] i
BvN a 5 nt. ,Milk,is not only an ideal and bake 1 hour at 350 degrees look a little farther and DAY AND WIGHT I
found the about 400 '
food for humans, but makes Ian I F. Makes 8 servings. yards

! '( Opportunity Gpfes pegging !,! excellent ,media for tapteriaj I A sharp cheese sauce addsto east away of, in the the SAL edge railroad of a trar pond s. (;) .. .to., '
development which may.be: in- the flavor of this salmon
.... I Included in the 8
,For some unknown rreason. "Bradford -, raised in this county is being most]Y j!': troduced by improper handlingor loaf.Add wljich. was all set up equipment to go RUBBER PLANTS i

Countians who have a crIppled used to benefit crippled children in other -I a pathogenic' condition In, 2 cups of shredded| but had not yet been run, were :::::l'J ?: 1 1 I

child in the, family, or know.pf a friendor counties. There is nothing wrong I I the cow. ;' cheese to your favorite white pumps a condenser, jugs, and
For flavor and_ taste. appeal, sauce recipe. DRED QT. SIZE.
neighbor with suchlcase, are'pass- with that-but those in charge of the' -, 0 ,,i I; the' other usual items. : '
I ing'up i a' benefit to' which' they are en county campaign feel that there iref, I Part of the equipment WES
eyes,;there is a film which resembles found a use for what we've ,
: and
many eligible children in Bradford;, i destroyed part was re- LADIES' GLOVES
titled.Every isinglass and ,we presume thrown .
Reddish sill.i
away. tained.for sale,
: : year, the Citizti,'of this I iCpunty who should be benefiting,from; the snake cannot see 5 I i '. I

county contribute several hundred dollars this program, as well as children in!, through it. But we're not aboutto The biting flies are biting i 2 Pair I
: to the Crippled Children's Society neighboring counties. try to find out. Clinic Schedule With A RX System The
i these days and we're !
sure enough -
through the purchase of Easter Seals. Perhaps the lack of widespread\ l in-i! glad Change Announced Cost's So Low, The Gas GARDEN RUT
they are big
as f
The money raised,:from this source is formation on the summer camps i is. then Foster always has a whop-I i i Is Best. We All Know! ,
used to maintain 'a' summer r! er to tell and this time it.as grasshoppers. If they were, pro A. Y. Covington, director
I camp /or reason for this seeming lack of interest I Shaker Box :
;'concerned a big rattler he Jll-I the fool things would bite your of the Bradford County Health t ti"
crippled children where they may go so if you, who read this, know of a' 4-CYLINDER
.ed Lake. arm dfffr* J- *, the following
over near Hampton j j Department announces -
: for a fun-filled outing and at the same child who might be eligible for camp,:He said he beat the ,daylights '-,- .' | change: in clinic schecH,< LAWN RAKES I

; time receive' therapy' ,tteatment'16r; you will be performing a worthwhile out of it, and went away':satisfied What's ah acre of land worthin ute: RX SYSTEM ,

'.1 their handicaps. service by calling it to the attention it was ead. Hay! .ve; f she .Bradford.'County? Now of I :Effective June 17, the 'Saturday -
\ Those who are, in charge ,of the of his or her parents.Applications following day he was astounded -' courserthere, are many different -:' morning immunizationclinic C III

: Easter Seal sales, effort are: a 'bit%'puzzled for camp may be made to'find it missing and after I I ,kinds?, of land such as will be discontinued. In only

1 and disappointed by'the( failure of with Mrs. Ruby Johns, county chairman searching.. found it about 50 cropland, woodland, native 1 lieu of this, immunizations will, $25 00 \
: lards away and when he !pasture improved pasture, etc i be offered afternoon'' Take _
eligible per ops in Bradford County to or at the local health department!( Friday E
: take advantage of this summer camp Let's see that Bradford County shares; poked,at' it, with a stick. it l But at the SCS meeting we I from 1 to 4 p. m: Wednesday Kf'
;tried to rattle it's tail. Well were trying to .hit on a figure clinics will continue usual.
as Installed l
program. The money contributed( .ap- not only in contributions, but also, in } With
he beat it and the for an of '
( some more I improved pasture Your
p pjrecia.ted t f of,course. and. is put to good 1 the benefits of this worthwhile v pro-i next day, he found only the and we couldn't 'agree on j(, MH

,; use-but at the present' time, the money .gram. j skeleton. a. figure.. It was 'agreed thatany ,
100 GAL. GAS .
5S old land !in the'
i : *r- .. -., Pick
; .' They say you'll catch more county;'was worth $50 an acre I
I r I
Needed lo;Scholarship Funds' flies with honey than with;!l and:that it:cost at least $50

vinegar and believe it or nptjt tan'acre to put in improvedlisture

I In establishing a' student scholarship l .: realize their full educational potential.)!I the latest weapon scientific' but when asked if H0V..>A Filii I II

t fund the Starke Rotary Club hasII The Rotary scholarship fund' will are using to combat the nema-'j i ii that meant that improved pas- I

set a fine example that might well be "not, 'pay all of the expense involved in i ode is common old.sugar. At]jture'wai, worth at least $100, : '

:: followed by other civic groups seeking, :sending a student to college i I the USDA station in .Orlando,,' the t.Sted.anSwer why was'man no.had When MNGSIZE .\l., WII4'
todaY-I I they found that five pounds of'i one put .
II a worthwhile :! "
community project to carry but it will provide enough so '
permanent he
'1 i sugar to 100 pounds of soil got. in pasture re- a -
?. out. student who has a real desire to fur-!rid; of the pests.'J: II.. plied foYou know I've asked ,
I a very small fraction of students cap to supplement this amount and put;I If you have any, old stuff, PHONE P4

,:it able of doing .coIJe a work are finan himself through college. i lyiu? around your; farm.
"wII cially able to obtain the- higher education The Rotary Scholarship whether t to get rid,,of'R ty's barbershop recently and "352 Madisonlooking ND
means one
:: ,'for which they are equipped titUS, R''it or not, remember the old I remarked that he had just
1': the county is losing out on one: of jts more Bradford County boy or girl in I saying:, keep it" for *- Seven caught thP.- smallest fish In his tllIlt'PtIf CHI M1CAl CO..

most valuable assets-the increasedearning" college who would not otherwise bf(years and if you still haven't experience a three-inch specimen. :
any use for it, keep it another With 'that, Srnltty went Iltcrrl.I: I ,.
; power that would ,come to its there. Who will make it two or( -- j
seven. We can vouch for it, over to the cash' register, took r! .
young men and_ women if they could three four ? ,
I::: ; or 'I for several times lately we've out a quarter and gave it to 11hII..T8' .! s ; ..

.. ..... had to go back to our junk nim. When asked how come,, \IwIIe i
6 _._.... ._._ -,- ..r .... ii..... ._', _._ ,pile where '. ,. ... I
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4' true we've thrown said the first : \
bpJt e growers. stuff Smith : "You're -. I !itlA i "UIIDII .. S .': ,_.l';J t.'. 'ti '.. .:
For instance, this week J. LB. '.away, as all of a sudden weYe. honest fisherman I ever met.":
? Farmer's t,' I SIZE ; .......
a. Diary White combining a crop of ; rENIfifih&p -: tir. '
S.,l- clover at Bryant Reddish's ..' ...1 j.." i, ._..'.... .-__ 1 .... -. at NewerModels '.,..,,'. mw,;;':','r--/' :'::?:"-' _, f'1'' :- ,

N ,JJyr Sam McGarveyfaonth. \ farm and they look for a big W pew bab n "r
yield. .' $ The New Scripto; S. ...: ? > ; '
but so far all we've hadis 1m;

Nlll.1 i some dark.clouds.. lost Hear three that head Wilton of yearlings Conner Business Line Ball Pens I &MG. SUPPLY SIZE INK+t> ,

1.1It Of,qpuife, now that tobacco this week from blackleg. In
c6act-Y.cf.wc'" .
ill lit is flowering out the grp veers discussing the .'disease, two ,' f...re'wrtrldge ... r.i ? .
''t .do not want too ,much -rain cattlemen said they have their and RefillsFQR is.s Mapia of pen... ;
.1. I,They want plenty of moisture calves ,vaccinated and have .1 I ....sad writes with ..

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t before this issue of .I means trouble.. a snake skin at the: Soil !i I mss,feels and carves '. Look ,
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'. hope there is] but at the time : The hay makers are happy week and showed why it is ,!t \

'" :: of writing.. DRY is the'; : word wi 9 r;,this-dry weather. They've' that snakes strikes blindlywhile I "Yc'' REFILLABLE[ 1111.IJIpIdor t. to us forFINANCING : i
"1 around the county. The rainy been able to put pelaf _t
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I{ THHBSDAY_". .,.-- -- ,- JUNE 8.96\ '-" -BRADFORD. COUNTY, TELEGRAPH STARKE. ... FLORIDA, 4 .' ., -, .. . ... ..._..&:":..tL'L.-.".=.=-'-,:_ r
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I rrbt'fZ r scares. with no- serious, "
:amage reported, Fire Department ., ;YJ
' At The TabernacleTwo officials'sail., Will Show. Increase ]i I

'II ; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN An overheated wood stove I .. :. ,
CHURCH started a small fire m the I I
messages from Second ceiling of Lawrence Covington'shome A new "equalization program -j new program Lon? explains j I II
...:. Corinthians 5 were delivered Thursday: Choir practice on Georgia Street Wed- and the proposed new 'I a brick home would be rated .' :.: }

t i hydrocarbons plant in Brooker -j higher than .a frame house, !. I
Sunday p.m. i 4,esday afternoon but no damages 1'1
I 'J Saturday Junior Recre-. was reported. Firemen will net the county a ""size 'and two baths more than one' ,_ "I !
I q; Missionary H. F. McGee. Communion Lion 4 D. m. said the blaze tis almost out i able"' increase: in. taxes this'': Also he explained, houses I II
1 was also ooserved I year and next. TaX Assessor)under 1,200 'square feet will : ...'?-:,. :
arrived. i .
Sunday Sunday School'by the time they .... k., ,, .L-.,_ II.
Some new ch ruses were introduced ; 'j : '"' .
Gene states. not be generally assessed at
':45 a. m.' Morning Worship': Tuesday about n:30 an 1 \ I ,,< '::. ".:".....:
and a spirited conteston Just how.much j over the: homestead ..fC7't.' ,,;' Iii
money .
11 a. 'm. Suwannee Presbytery.' sounded when two : I $5,000 ., '. .., ..'...-. .
Bible characters was held at Lake City, 3 p. m. Junior:::alarm was semi-trailer I the county Till receive because) limit. 'Only 'thdsehomes 'I '. .' t*: ... .... ,.\ .\'.{.. ,
Saturday night. Several members flat-tires on a : of the increase in taxable property | over 1,200 square feet ::1 I Il'I I ,:., -" "' ., I II
Choir 5 .
m. Evening Vespers \
1 p. :passing through Starve caught I ,. ,:. >. ;
of the
congregation attended the above I and of construction jl 1'1
J p. m. Youth Fellowship, 7 p. fire. Firemen quickly quieted : resulting Horn reasonably good !II I
the'Hom'ecoming and m. ;( items would be "a shot in the will be in danger of f! rII'
Music Festival at the Evergreen i I(the flames and nothing'else dark" Long says. But the increase paying any taxes, he .said. FamousESTERBROOK I
MondayVacation School, was damaged.E'EPGREEN. I ; II III
I Baptist Church Sunday :; ::1
should be comparable to Under the new Uequa1izaHon" '
afternoon. 1:30: p. m.Tuesday i I '
Jast year's, he says. program one Bradford
Circle 1, lOa.!i CHURCH Last year the county had a County home, assessed last I I
LAUREL MISSIONARY m. Circle 2, 10 a. m. Circle 3, BAPTIST I : II
$1,875 tax increase resulting year. at' $4,000. will, be assessed I 1,1
BAPTIST CHURCH : S p. m. I' Sunday School 10 a. m. from a $1,500,000 increase in this year: at $5,900, 'thus ,

Sunday School and Worship I Wednesday Family Night I,Preaching, 11 a. m. Training taxable properly Long's pre-I the home' owner would; pay I : FountailiPells I

--2. to 4 p.' m. Sunday.. Supper, 6:30: p. m. Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching, dictions'are based on, millage taxes- on $900 i _
t( Tuesday: Prayer Meeting 7:30, p. m. Prayer Meeting rate identical with last year's Using: another example Long '
:_ 7:30P. m.Saturday. CHURCH OF GOD Wednesday 7:30: p. m. 41.25 mills 24 of which go to took from his tax rolls, a home With' Anv Plus Tax 'j
Church Services- Wednesday Bible study. schools, four to the bond issue, valued at $6,000 in previous' '";.. ; Point 1 !

7:30 p. m.HOPE' 7:30. p. m. Evening Worship.. 7:30 p. m.'Jos: E.. Norman the remaining 20 to the years would now be valued at '
I'I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning pastor. county in general $11,494, thus the owner would : ; 'I
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BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday The new 7000.000 hydro- pay taxes on 6494. our Choice "
; Evening Service, 7:45: p. ra. BOATDRAIN: BAPTISTCHURCH carbons plant will be assessedat The assessor carefully explained ,
I O F Sunday Sunday School 10 ,
t t YPE Service Wednesday, 7.45 approximately 40 per centof that the new program : n t J
a. m. Morning message 11 a. .
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p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday;" its value, the assessor floes not 'raise assessments, but _'', I ',

\ m.Evening Training message Union 8 p. 7 m. p. m.I 7:45 p. m. i I Sunday School, 10 11 a. m., stated or at least $2.800,000.\\only provides a-fairer methodof (.Esterbrook_. Pens Regularly- Sell For $2.95) .';. f i
r. Morning Worship a. m At this rate the evaluating individual homes.. I
to Monday ".- Bible Joy Club 4 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening net the county approximately: Residents will be notified of Points Available Shorthand Bookkeeping General Writing : -
5 D. m. : ,
} Worship, 7:30 m. $115,500 in taxes, '
CHURCH. p. which is anticipated the amount of then assessment I
Prayer MeetWednesday I I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, in 1962.Equalization. before the. equalization board ... ', '
,ing 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice,! Sunday School, 10 a. m.; 7:30 p. m.Pastor Pro1'amlDng's I'meets on the first Monday in . Student, Signature. F'jb ixd"Others. _:.
( ;; 8:30 p. m. Pastor, :Merle L. Morning Worship 11 a. m. .... .
'.. 7:30: Rev. Barney Sweat. new "equalization" July. Lon. 's program is' ex- ,. .' : .. :..' j \ l"- : I
.Packham. I Evangelistic services. ,. p. Everyone :welcome. program expected to be the I oected to be complete:by then,I I r ;".i:> ":1 I!!.; < : t',J\ \\V'\ \ i. 'j'I'oi '\ '. "
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major factor in the tax Increase he said, though a 'short co. ; ; ) I.' -
'i FAITH BAPTIST "Come, let reason to- .. ,.. p' '
CHURCHLautey us "take xten-I I f> !' .
IIIGIlLAND1'TIS1 js designed to in- sion could possibly be '''''\'' r' : to 'Ona. J. ... ,, {- jt.j. -- tf I
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.A.' E; JIassey, Pastor on property." It is a measureby "If a person will stop' to I : .{
I t Bible;' school: 10'a. m'. .f. CHRISTIAN ,CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. which he can more correctly realize the assessed value'of hill) '! .>; ;, j. II
l : :Preaching,. 11 '& m. Carl Clarke Minister\ Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and ] determine the value of a home'' against. the' real value lie : : I !

fry Evening Service<, ;J:30. p. m, SUNDAY SERVICES 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each Homestead, would not have much reason to) :::4. NOTEBOO'KS'$ 1ILc ., I I :
7:30 m. Rev : I
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Prior has
this there the
J ,Bible, Study and ;;'Prayer I 10:00: a. m. Bible School! year complain asessor"stated..
Meeting, 730: ,' Wednesday and CQUI- George Chism pastor. EverY-. been no set procedure for!I There will also be increased I .J. I
'.p. .m... -, 11:00'a.: m. Worship ,
body welcome. I 1 .
1 union. ': measuring the value. of a residence valuations made on all c. <. '
open t
I I Long states. Under the I,lands, Long said.\ The; best' legume ;i1 <. : .. Red'. and White, :(); ,;.,. I I
", equalization program: the type {pastures, farmland, ant '/U;;} \r\nG"r' i i D, HI". ,.r t' J.
of construction. number of I : : i' '(1 'I
baths type flooring heating I!'imberland will be assessed at I ,.,._ ." .- Printed on Cover Plus Tax, :.t :;...... I
: arid interior finish will bel t$20'r acre, as.opposed to, $15 -'!' "P' .... "
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From Officials "- -'-- '''".-::-:: '.,-::-' Crops Suffer I Science I Professors Take Spy Thriller I Harry Brown Negro, public I will also be held every Tuesday
--I I Shop And Courses intoxication! sentenced to five'morning for children 6-3 years
Position In At Park
Top Plays i days in jail or to a fine of of age. I -
During May Softball :This Weekend ,$27.50. Starting Friday June 15 at
Drys To Hear City \ .
Reports Added To Summer Program i Bill Nixon disorderly conduct 9 a. m- there will be Small Fry

I Dry SpellWith The Professors edged out it t Vienna one of the most an- sentenced to a fine of Baseball games for boys 7-9

On Effective Control Garden Restaurant for first''cient and colorful of all Euro- $27.50 or to five days in jail. years old. These games will be ,

"- an average of only I Arts! and crafts and a science!'tary r students. place in the Slow Pitch Softball 'pean capitals, provides the Richard Eugene Clark, reck- played every Monday and Friday -

R7. J. H. Mabry, president ficulty of. securing jurors. 2.72 inches of rainfall recordedin j I course, for both high school,. Elementary students will attend -, League by defeating Natural -,principal setting for "The Sec- less driving, forfeited bond of,,, mornings at the Midget

,of tp Bradford County Chris Many times," he 'said, "I Bradford County during and elementary students, will) I Ibe each class from 1-2:30: Gas 18-7. and the Brad- let Ways," a suspense dramaof $27.50.L. League field.
tian.\ Action Association states come into a courtroom readyto .May truck crops, pastures,?I two new additions to the' each week, day afternoon while i ii ford Baseball Team 19-11 in,; international espionage V. Gross public intoxication -' Other activities that are being .

that a meeting will be held try an.important case only (ornamental .plantings and 14961' Summer Program, Co- nigh i school students will attend last week's play. starring Richard Widmark and I sentenced to five daysiin planned, such as a storytelling

Sunday, June, 25, to hear pro4 to hear fine respected businessmen I other vegetation began to show'lordinator L. H. Gibson said t from 2:30: 4 p. m. Those The Bradford Baseballers I his Berlin discovery, ash jail or to a fine of $27.50. hour, group games,
sre reports from local official giving the judge a flimsy the effect of the'several weeks' this week. ,,, 1 Interested in these two courses'notched two victories last week blonde Sinja Ziemann": Joe Lewis Dean. Negro, improper tumbling, skating, and tournaments -

concerning efforts toward' excuse for not serving on the drought. No' rainfall was recorded I Swimming, however, will, should contact the individual;with wins over the Independents The picture opens at the' tag, fined $6.50. : -will be announcedlater.

effective enforcement of laws'I jury..' at all during the first still occupy a major poition of instructors, Gibson said. and the Panthers by,park this Sunday, Monday, .

governing the sale of illegal;' Mr. Pickles told of the necessity week of June.January the program being taught,each The Negro section of the scores of 7-6 and 7-4, respec-and Tuesday, June 11, 12, and Pratt StreetPlayground : -
Whiskey in the with 4.33 inches,' week day morning while; the Summer"Program Is set up in tively.
county. of
obtaining,carefully documented -
At a meeting held here Mays I. information before it and February with 5.S3 were other two courses will take up the same manner as the white In other games the Inde- 13.Widmark plays an advent- To W. .C. T. <./.

., Mabry said that Sheriff P. !is possible to obtain a convic- about normal but March with' the afternoons. Those inter- m, Gibson said. They pendents defeated Natural Gas urer for hire and Miss Zie-i I Open June 14
.D. Reddish. 3.07 month,and I ested in the swimming program -. will use Whitamore Lake in 24-14 while C defeated lilts MUCH SAFER TO
City Police Chief tion. "There are many ways to only was a dry II Company mann a 19-year-old Vienna i!
Biky Sweat, State's AttorneyT. 'obtain, possess, and drink al- April was little better, with I should contact Instructor I (Camp Blanding ror swimming, the Panthers 14-7. I beauty and Senta BergEr; who The Pratt Street Playgroundwill DRIVE IF BOTH THE
E. Duncan cohol" J. C. Hobbs, who is in charge he said. Those interested League Standings : WEATHER AND THE DRIVER .
and Ralph Pick- without 'violating the plays a woman of easy virtue, open its Summer Recre-
les, District I 4.63.Total rainfall In of that part of the program.. should contact Principal C. W L GB' ARE DRY."
Supervisor of the I!aw, he declared. average provide feminine interest. ;ation Program at 9 a.. m. on'
State Beverage Department, One question asked during I the county for the first five Since, Gibson reported, over''(C. Anderson at Lawtey or RJE Professors 2 0 I The picture is a moving love''Wednesday, June 14. [Sunshine,Magazine. June
pledged> full support to the the meeting was regardingtheserving months was only 27.07' Inches. 1,500 youngsters from all over Principal Eddie Thompkins at Company C 1 0 !'_ story as well as a suspense Under the supervision of 1981]

BCCAA in investigating bring- of alcoholic drinks in County Forest Ranger Jimmy.the county have signed up for+i Starke. Garden Restaurant 1 0 Vz arama in which the capital Mike Goldwire and Cathleen
ing to I answer this week urged the some phase of the program, it Bradford Baseballers 2 1 V2 is I
trial and prosecutionof I clubs. The was that Hodges city a fitting backdrop. Conway the playground will be .
every possible violator of the "as long as it'is not being sold,. public to use caution with fire{k has been necessary to divide Teen Time Party ,Independents 1 1 1 Sidewalk cafes, historic statues open Monday through Friday See,,- .
liquor laws. no law has been broken." during this extremely dry the swimming into two sec Set SaturdayFor i Lawtey Chiefs 0 1 1M shady paths along the from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. m. Westinghouse '

The nearly 100 present, expressed Several persons attendingthe period. He said there were sev- Uons. The first section, com- Natural Gas 022,, banks of the Danube, the ageless -;The playground will also be
deep concern over how' 'meeting indIcated that en 'woods fires during May. posed of children from all out Members Only I Panthers 022! wonder of the Vienna open every Tuesday and Fri- Freezers and
bootlegging and J i 'information I with 12.2 and 16during lying schools and South, Side !i i Schedule 'Woods-all these from
moonshining they had regard- acres burned are brought,oay nights 7:309:30: : for I Air Conditioners
could be stopped, Mabry said.'I mg t illegal operations going on April with 63.8 acres Elementary, will leave the high A skating party for members:, Thurs. June 8-Panthers vs to the screen.MAYOR'S. 'skating and other special
Sheriff Reddish and Chief in the county This 1n1ormai -I I burned. This Is above average school bus area at 8 ,o'clockeach only will ''be held at Teen Time I i Natural Gas ['7:00: ]: Bradford!i (i events.A At

Sweat both agreed that one of i i tion was requested by the officers -'I for these spring months. morning. Children from,' the USO Saturday night at; Baseballers vs Garden Rest-I{ COURT j program for 4-6 year olds North Florida

their major problems was obtaining f.I of the' ,association so During the first five months Starke Elementary will depart 7:30 according to Sponsor!,aurant [8:30: ]. I will be held starting Wednesday .
information that would' they could share: it with the of 1961 there have been 77 the bus area at 9:30: each 'I 1 Richard H. Jockel. : Fri. June 9-Lawtey Chiefsvs Eleven cases were disposedof morning from 9:3011:30.'ampoline : : Supply

stand up in court. officials. fires' with 368.1 acres burned.In morning. Hot dogs, do-nuts, and cold Professors [7:001: ]; Inde-' by Mayor W. T. [Billy '/ classes will beheld
Many people who are classified Mabry said the local officials the same period last year Including the time it takes
as informers will not or would be Invited back: to the'. there were 71 fires with 959.9 for a round trip to Kingsley I the members. New membershipcards I Mon. June -Company C:Monday. afternoon.On 224 N. Temple Ave.

.cannot testify, it was pointedout. meeting on June 25 to indicate I acres burned. Hodges attributed Lake, each section will be i will have to be bought vs. Natural Gas [7:001: ; Brad- William Edmund Hester, fail Thursday mornings from Starke, Fla. '

And without good witnesses That had been accomplished. the smaller acreage burned gone approximately two hOUrs]I for the summer at a cost of 75 ford Baseballers vs. Lawtey ure to have vehicle under con-, 9 to 11:30: there will be Arts HYou Can Be SureIf _
it is difficult to get a conviction in the ensuing period. this year to the addition of All teachers involved in the I cents I Jockel said as old ones Chiefs [8:301.: ] trol and causing an accident & Crafts for boys and girls 9- It's Westinghouse t
after the case is,, another tractor, and more experienced summer program will supervise I expired last wt> k. New memberships Tues. June 13-Panthers vs forfeited bond of $102.50. 12 years of age. Arts & CraftsMHHMBfiBlHMBl I ,

brought to court, the officers Tom Moore personnel. the swimming sections each f last until next November -!Independents [7:001: ; CompanyC Alto Dean Davis Jr., unlawful -
explained. morning. i, 1. vs Lawtey Chiefs [8:301.: turn and causing an accident -' 4
Speaking- at the meeting, $1,042 RaisedIn The new science program| New officers elected last not guilty. 'I J GLASS That's Our Business 1
Adds TrophiesTo will be taught by Instructor Saturday night were Cindy
State Attorney Duncan: ex- John Brannon, public intoxication "If It's Glass We Have It"
Red Cross Richard H. Jockel and is open Hubbard, president; :Mary Ann Junior Teams i|
pre ed concern over the dif- forfeited bond of CALL WRITE or VISIT
to both Long, vice and Linda j
CollectionTom high school and ele- president .
Fund Drive mentary students. An arts and t Wasdin secretary-treasurer.: Being OrganizedFor $27.50.William Edward Ii
Norman, ..i
Moore, youthful Starke crafts and shop program will The new Teen Time board of Baseball Joe Peters Glass Co.
reckless driving forfeited bond
of :
S. E. Sparks chairman
NOTICE outboard motor racer, added ,be taught by Instructor Ted directors is composed of :Mat- of I
two more ;trophies, to his collection the 1961 ,Red Cross fund drivein Oglesby and is also open to thew Griffis, Tonda Dixon A Junior Baseball Team for Gross disorderly conduct FOR ANY GLASS NEED
'at the 'Fiesta of Five .Bradford County, announces both high school and clemenIMidget Gene Pass, Margaret Colson I We pesign Modern Store Fronts
'jpeep FreezeOwners boys 13-15 years of age is being sentenced to five days in
Flags marathon,races'at Pen- Edith Armstrong and Free- I
that a total of $1,042.11 has Just Mail Us A Pattern For
I jail or a fine of $27.50.
Sacola Beach last Sunday. Tom man Register.. i j organized. now by the I ,
BU.GEORGIA. been raised to date. Anyone j .| William A. Bessent gambling Table Tops
was the only double winner I i Starke Recreation Department.I I

** with the best' time, hour and who was not contacted dur-i League AT'REVIVAL BEULAH TO BEGIN I I' boys interested in playing' ,to fined 60 177.50 days' in and jail.sentenced Jail- 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353
I i
29 minutes, in the 50 ,and 60 ing the drive, and who wishesto BAPTIST week at
Baseball BeginsFor I should register this sentence suspended.
\ horsepower. class. He made 32 make a contribution may do Revival services will start at the Recreation Department.
'aps.David so at any time. Mr. Sparks SummerJaycee Beulah Baptist Church near!1 I f 1
Also, a Summer Basketball
Fenton, also of Starke,I Camp Blanding In Clay Coun- f 1f
placed second In the 79 horsepower says.The Chairman extends League for boys 12-14 is being
$2.00 BU. Midget League base,ty on Sunday, June 11, at 7:30
class !especial thank to the DuPont ball got underway last Satur-jp.I: m. The messages will be..organized. All boys interested 1 1 ;

Wednesday June 14 Tom will' enter the races to Company and its employeesfo 'brought. by the pastor, Rev. m playing in the basketball
at 2 when the (I
Please Bring Your be held al; Fort 'Walton. oa rtheir contributions totaling day p. m. Starke 1 j.(i f Lester Taggart, and the pub: league should be at the first

Container Sunday' :' .June !18.. "a S.- ;, ..: .$11.50. and also Maurice. Builders Supply team defeated I;lic is invited. The Thomas re- practice Tuesday night, June I
; I IIf
: ., ",.: : J. 'White and her workers of the Community State Bank, 'union, will be held at the 13, at 7:30: in the gym.ALVAREZ' 20 Words or less, one time _._.._ .85 Memorials, Resolutions __._"..__ Ce per word
DOWLING ,THE'RIGUTri_ ,i,'"r ,:forthe the Starke colored section for team 13-12 before 200 tans church,
on June 18. i
I 'not paid in advance 1.60 of Thanks .. -
{Cards up to SO words t.5t
write.Corned Iffrand radio audience. ,
way yon : their totarof $165.16,and C. a i
Produce Market -elect ;, yourafav'orlte'ESTER.BROOKFountatn C.Anderson of Lawtey colored Both games of a double Ie&sCk Keyed or Blind Ads I __. 1,00 Over 60 words .. 60 par wend

Pen. TELEGRAPH section ,for contributions of header were broadcast over the. Ill j STORE Established Mflfflffl I II Each additional word over 20 .__ t 5 Display ads in Classified 1.59 per inch

. ., .. ..- .- .,.- 8875. local radio station WRGR,: I
- -- -- -, ., '. --, ... .. ',- and former New York Giants I HELP WANTED MALE & BLACK EYED PEAS For HASTINGS MATTRESS\
j' i Deep Freeze by the bushel.
--= "' uw: : = :-. :: : '{ .t= :"" .: ; : .J scout Herb Thomas made a' MAN OR WOMANto take' Dowling Produce Market. Itp I& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
'. ,. '.... short talk and threw. out the FIRESTONE over Dealership in Starke. 710 Lemon St. Palatka
\ >> first ball in pre-game- cereI J, i Products established. Weekly SIX ROOM\ HOUSE For Rent. Furniture Repaired, Up
"- (r, monies. \I $a& profits of $50 or more at start $50 per mo. 555 West Wash-I, holstered & RefinishMATTRESSES
j: No investment necessary. Will' Ington. Phone 962-1044. lip
three )
Starke. Builders' scored I LAWN MOWER: help you get started. Write C.i REBUILT ,
IT'S'ILLEGAL-: > runs In the first inning and I II I R. Ruble. Dept. 6-1, Watkins:( HOUSE FOR IMMEDIATE 1 New Innersprings
eight in the second to go a- Products Inc., Memphis 2i[I SALE by owner. Less than and Box SpringsDrop
1 head 110. Community Bank TRY OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN i Tenn. Up, market value. 3 bedrooms 1 Us A Card or Call

". \ t .. bounced back with three runs HELP WANTED -I I bath. Phone 964-4801 or 964- PALATKA EA 5-9166
.' ,.. ... .!. ....."' oJ' ':.. .< '-" -'. i in the third, four in the 4th, Salesmen Or 6741. 3tchg 6-22 I STARKE 964-5934 '
,, ". ; .. I Agents

r. .' : ,.,'" ,...I:;", ,".',,' ,. .....;.,t:.'.I:,t'.t.., '"..."J";}""'.:'.."'..';'>t!,\'.J', : ".."!'I: :.:'... ". I and fifth to five tie In the the game top at of 12-12.the !:: 18" -- 2/{ h.p. -- 2 Cycle $$39.95 Part MAN profitable time.OR WOMAN.Pleasant Large route repeat work. full orders.or.I decorated FOR RENT furnished- 6 room apartment newly-,-MRS. Starke PEGGY Agent SHALLER,

121 South St., half
I Dale Crosby scored the winning : Plus Tax : Earn $2.50 per hour or more. I olock from Setzer Store, 3 I FOR RENT One store build
I run for Starke Buildersin i Age no barrier. Write McNESSCO. ing, and one small unfurnished
\ For Any Person or Persons to Engage in the bottom of the fifth on I $49.95 .. Box 2766. DeSoto Station. blocks 864-5541 from after post 3:30:office.p. m.3tp Phone. house at 321 Temple. Phone i.

an error. 22"ZJ.% In- Cycle Memphis 2, Tenn. 2tp 6-15 6-22 969-2981. tfchg

The second game was justa WANTED I
.r close as the first with Flori- Plus Tax2Z" Listings 20, 30 and 40 UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR FOR SALE
With Self-Winder Starter i on acre Ready mix
SALE. Small down payment, concrete, concrete
Business Under A Name Unless well kept farms with neat
Fictitious da 5-3 but
Pest Control leading balance like rent. R. F. Demo- block cones fence posts, sand,
going into the bottom of the mexpensive buildings.: Prices rest. Itp cement' mortar mix rock steel,
.. fifth when Johns Oil team 3 h.p. 4 Cycle $69.95Plus I must preferred.be reasonable and terms oyster shell, llmerock, and roof
FOR RENT 36 ft. house trail
gravel. Phone tfchg
over 984-2521.
caught fire and pushed A. J. Thomas. Realtor
.. The Name' Registered three runs to win 6-5. Tax i WANTED SEMIRETIRED er.iOt Can J. B.be moved White on. phone your 964-own Bradford Engineering Co.
John's Oil also defeated
; 2tchg 6-15 FOR
.... COUPLE TO OPERATE I SALE-Concrete block 3
"I'i& Starke Builders Supply 7-5 inMonday's FULL OR PART-TIME WATKINS I B. R. home. Hardwood floors,
to take the BRAKES RELINEDFORD ROUTE tile bath
gain IN THIS AREA. electric stove hot-
and front foot. Terms.
lead in league standings. Greg YARN $50.00 TO $100.00 J. W.up Brownlee.per Up I water heater, space heater and
ReadThisFlo 1 rida Law'
WEFKLY Venetian
Reddish smacked a round trip- CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH DEPENDING ON blinds included. For
TIME DEVOTED TO THE FOR further information call 9540354 -
bedroom unfurnished -
for Johns Oil and
per Wayne
., ') I. PARTS AND BUSINESS. WRITE WAT- house close in. 328 or see at 1116 W. PrattSt. .
.a. McLeod hit one fQr the.Builders i KINS. 659 W. PEACHTREEST. .-Saratoga Heights in Starke.
West South St. Mrs. Bertha
Supply. LABOR $19 9S I .. NE. ATLANTA 8, GA. Pearce phone 964-5071. Itchg 3tp Si -'

"It BhftU be unlawful for,toy 'prsea'or'peeve ca. flatd kertk, U The Builder's are in second I Stehar 6-22 i '
place in league standings with
in business as hereli'detndnais.a# flctiUoca herein. RAILROADS NEED MEN Come and it- nished Electrical kit
enrage same fis Community Bank and Florida I I Due to retirements-Station Ready now. get cottage.

fined, without' and unices atid, ffctitfc.-.' *. &_<.. .&&If"+ regista-d with the Pest Control both holding!I, VeekendSpecial Agents, Telegraphers, Teletype Springs Tully Norman. Heilbronn ltp Phone chen. Single'or 969-1545. couple tfchj only.!

clerk of the circuit court of the eevat-en: the printed place ef- QodeaeLA down, the cellar position with!I TONEUPPlus I Ii needed.operators.Requirements Clerks urgently[White] .
one loss against no wins. I LEARN TO FLY Contact
I with ,registration: shall tonatt'it;f1wlt9.tbe. dttfc afores&U aa *ffldatit age 18-35 no physical defects. Lawtey. Contact Leroy Raul- Lacy Conway .phone 9644051.
Schedule for next week: i i
We train Starting salaries
Parts I you.
signed' by ail'.interested penes*,.:statiBg under lath the naaea ef Thursday, June 8. Community -!i: $400 month up. plus many erson Bradford Wood 3tp Yard.6-22 tfchr

ad those interested in the, b&sines0. snterpriss. ,, the. extent of the in Bank vs Johns' OUt i i outstanding benefits. Jobs FURNISHED APARTMENT -

ter.slof each, and 'the fictitious name endear which sail business Is carriedon. Friday, June: 9, Starke Build-:: Dodd's Service & Auto Sales !waiting, which on completion will not of interfere trainIng FURNISHED HOUSE FOR APARTMENT SALE Air conditioner, electric kitch

Said registration may tiet'be ais until the pmoa or persona desdrinz er's vs, rest Control. with present income.,For fur- Six apartments 21 rooms 5 en. Adults 1 ml east on Bes
Monday, June 12, Pest Con- ther information write name, baths. Two blocks from P.O. sent Road. Phone 9691545.
to enrage in business under a fittltieai Baas baH have adTertlaed! his.cr trol vs Johns' Oil i!i I 528 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-3861 I address age and phone to 210 N. Cherry. See owner: _____ tfchg

their intention to register said flctltiwii naaio at least once a week for four Tuesday June 13, CommunIty -' __ <- ... : --., .. - I II II Richard 550. Jacksonville P. May Rt.5, Fla.No. 7 Itchg Box J. R. BullinftDn. tfehjr PEYTON FLORIST
Bank Starke Builders'. I
(4)) consecutire weeks in tome ttftwsfaper:as itfised.by kw in the county vs WE HAVE a new loan programlor 119 THOMPSON ST.
If You Are Interested i iI FOR RENT5 room house, PHONE 964-4155 I
farmers. Loans of 1 to 5
where said registration Is to b* made and add registration thai net .* B & E Reported 'I unfurnished. 1 block west of years for the entire credit requirements NIGHT 864-3891 or 9691022 i

accepted ,by .the clerk el the circuit Bradford Furniture Co.. Call farmer and DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS !
court except open receJrinr proof ofsueh IN A of the
publication. At Azalea Drive-In I _782-3891._,- _p his family. Gainesville Produc- We Wire Flowers Anywhere tfchg1 I!

\ I FOR SALE Black eye peas tion Credit Association 620 I
Another breaking and enterIng -' SMALL CAR i for canning and freezing. An- North Main, Gainesville, Fla. WORTH THE TRIP !

ic : case, at the Azalea Drive- cel Starke.Norman. Rt. 2 Box 107-A, tfchg Mobile Homes Always !

in on U. S 301 south, was reported I lip NOTICE OF CHANGE below market, and clean. !

t this week by the Brad- BEAT THE HEAT 1 ton ORANGE SPRINGS LAKE GENEVA

r. If in busiiiess under ford County Sheriff's Depart See W. 1. Dodd Bob Hammond i Frigidaire air conditioner. FERRY SCHEDULE TRAILER PARK j!
you are engaged any name ment. or Completely checked ready to .Week Days Mon. thru Thur. 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts. J
Deputy Dolph Reddish said cooL 100.: Phone 864-5841. Open -6 a. m.-Close 8 p. m. on Route 100

other than your own and h w ve not had this name day the drive-in night between was entered 1 and Mon-5 a. TODAY! I FOR SALE Pure bred 2tp Collie 6-15 Close Open Sunday Friday Weekends-- 6 10 a.m.p.m. Sales, ,\

,0' m. in what he called "One of : puppies $25. Mrs. W. E. Martin Except Nov. 1 to Jan. 15: E
4. the easiest break-ins I've ever 5 miles N of Starke, 1st Open 24 Hours Daily ( Parts :
., rdNorth of Toni's Truck II.New Schedule Effective Im-
seen. r'
properly advertised( and: registered, we will be The culprit entered throughthe AT H:,I'Stop, 1-4 mile off 301. Itchg,I II mediately 3tchg 6-8\r Service II f

north entrance to the COLONIAL-FLORIST
I to woman or couple. -
restaurant by forcing i screen. .. See Stella Rhoden 4 1-4 Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke.:I|I COLUMBIA SAW CO. '
: The inner jalousted door had ''AUTO SALES miles out of Starke on State Flowers wired any place. Flow- Lake City, Fla.
glad to give you all necessary Information as to ,, panes of glass missing to makeit Farm Rd. Rt. 2 Box 72. phone Phone ers for 964-6291.all occasions 506 locally., East I I i (
9643031. 6-18.
easy for the thief.Approximately 2tchg Nona St. tfchg FARMEquipment i

$125 was 712 S., Walnut 'St. Phone 964-6421 FOR SALE-,Missouri min- HOUSES FOR RENT-2 and 3 I Vet "" (!
I taken from the juke box and % PlowJD: -
what you should do. i vows Shiners, Large Red bedrooms. Inquire GreyhoundBus
cigarette: machine, owner Mary a Worms. Reasonable 334 N. Station. tfchg Hanttaf
!' : ...-.' !Smelser reported, but nothing- We.Hare The Best Deals I Thompson St 2tp 6-18 INDUSTRIAL

... '. .else was-taken. FOR RENT Furnished apart- Equipment For Every Job
The case Is the fourth breaking FOR RENT- furnished cot- ments. Reasonable rates. Near
t Superior TractorCo.
> i,. and entering reported ::1' In Hew And Used Cars tage. 1 bedroom. large kitchen shopping center. Phone 969- .
'' ; .. S) ... and living room tile bath. 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry' PHONE EV 9-6773
., .,. the sheriffs department. L : I Couple. Phone 944-9'1<<. tfchg;'St. [Shell 011 Co. Office.] tfchg 5352 W. Beaver JuksearfflQ
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Y YT'Ii i ballerina length gown of ny- and ushers were C. W. Slade Ing part were Miss Brown and I 1'TTTTVTTTTTvTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTE.Y 1 R. E. Lees. Rosa Kelley Sunday.Mr. ,l day i I awards to Sharon Harrell and

'iron chiffon with a full skirt and Floyd Smith. her fiance, Lamar Brown;. i :The enjoyable cookout of the\: and Mrs. Cecil Melvin|I Linda and Shirley Green, I,William: Harrell.

i HAMPTON and fitted bodice, topped witha Mrs. Carl Clark was organ- Miss Warren and her fiance,: % I Home Demonstration C'ub last! and family visited Mr. and j Jackie Hagar and John Green' Members of the graduatingclass

lace bolero with three-quarter ist for the wedding service, Howell Williams; and Vicky seek was held in the yard of :Mrs. P. W. Gainey in Daytona |spent Thursday at Daytona were: Tommy Raulerson

[ By Mrs. D. >E. Hill .,sleevEs. Her shoulder veil was and Mrs.. W. P. McElroy sang Mosher, Annie ''Warren Joyce By Enza BlanchardiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson|'Thursday.Mrs. j Beach. Gracie Allen, Sharon Harrell

I held in place with a circlet of "Whither Thou Goest" before Melton Carlene Melton Ale- !land Donnie. i Louise Coggin and Miss:, John Green of the University, Linda Hagar
Patricia Bigham
: AAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAjMartha. . 1'i white orange blossoms, and the processional thla Williams, Lola Mae Hobbs,I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney I Iris Brown of Jacksonville were of Florida is home for a cou- '. William Harrell, Cindy Tyler

Brown, Lamar Brown;;she carried a bouquet of white Immediately after the cere- Gloria Waters, and tuogene)'II I Commencement Exercises I, were: Friday guests of Mrs- guests of their mother, Mrs., pie of weeks with his parents, Harry Green, Darrell Elzey
i Wed In Candlelight Ceremony!:carnations. mony, a reception was held Ward. Lawtey Junior High School, Georgianne Sapp. H. O. Brown Tuesday.J. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green. Thelma Lee Knight, Brenda
' m the church. The wedding ,The candlelight dedication) Mr. 'and Mrs. H. CHarley* E. Townsend was in Pom- Junior High Graduation
I In a candlelight ceremony at,I Virginia Brown was maid i'commencement'' exercises were)i' j II i Green, Walter Tyler, and Shir-
the Hampton Baptist Church.of honor for her sister, and cake, frosted in white and was read by Rev.. W. P. Mc- held Thursday night, June .,lj daughters, Miss Abbie>pano Beach over the weekend, Graduation exercised were, ley Tetstone.

i Friday evening, June 2, Miss,i wore a street length dress of,, trimmed in pink and green Elroy and Mrs. C. L. Cooper,:5n t the school auditorium with I' Harley, Mrs A. Q. Smith, Mrs. visiting relatives. ,held Tuesday: night at the The and boutonnieres -

} Martha Brown became 'the,;white chiffon with a lace!I flowers, was topped with a' leader of the YWAs. White the,i main address by ThomasL. Richard Chesser, Mrs. Edwin,! Miss Sue McDavid of Val- Brooker Junior High School,I' were corsages donated to the

' bride of Lamar Brown. bolero. Her bouquet was of I II 'miniature bride and groom. gladioli white candles, and Casey, principal of South- Padgett and son Rand, spent!dosta, Ga. is home with her auditorium. !class by the Brooker Garden
(pink roses and white carna-I JThe refreshment tables were ivy ant other greens trimmed The weekend in Avon Park with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred The guest speakers were
An archway of and side Elementary School in L Club.
,; greenery tions. Bridesmaids were Bren- covered with white cloths, and the church for the event. Among -' 'Mrs. Harley's brother, Clyde I McDavid, for couple of weeks.Hugh J B. Ingram, principal of I
i Starke.
I pink and white carnations surrounded I Rev. A. E. Massey, *
da Lott: and Kathy Conklin.'',circles of fern and rosebuds the visitors were the I Starling, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews Bradford High School in,
the altar, where Rev. pastor of Faith Baptist Church, Inl I CARD OF THANKSOur
who wore flowered taffeta i I surrounded the cake and the YWAs and their leader from;' and grandson of Jacksonville, Starke, and H. P. Morgan!
W. P. McElroy performed the gave the.invocation and bene- ;
double ring Basketsof ,I dresses with chiffon overskirts; punch bowl. Mrs. K. B. Wat-!(Waldo Baptist church. ': diction. T TTTT TTT were, weekend guests of Mrs.r Superintendent of Public_ In- humble gratitud for
ceremony. I I terson assisted in serving ,the I Bookmobile Schedule Mattie Barry. truction.t .
Miss Lott in pink and Miss i the expressions of sym-
pink and white'gladioli and I The processional and recessional -| many
ferns decorated the front of i Conklin in gold. Their bouquetswere I I take, and Mrs. W. P. McElroythe I Bookmobile schedule for the.t were played by, Mrs.': CLAY HILL:' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Heatonof t Miss Patricia Bigham was pathy shown in the recent Illness

r. the church. fashioned of pink carna-, punch. i(II I summer.months includes a stop 1 Carolyn Canova, Bradford, .' Alapaha, Ga. visited Mr.i valedictorian> and Williair I and passing of our beloved
For her daughter's wedding,,here in Hampton on the second I 'and Mrs. Lloyd Clark .Satur-p
tions. Harrell was salutatorian. wife and mother. May
I County music teacher. The!, By Mrs. J. L. Strickland I
,i Parents of the bride are Mrs- Brown chose a pale orchid and fourth Fridays of( day.
Flower girl was Kathy I Glee Club, directed Mrs I Julian E. McRae of Starke ,God bless each and every one
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown,I dress, and wore a white orchid,'each month, or June 3 and( by ,1.a..a..a..a.AA.a..a..a..a..a..a.A. AA.a..a..a..a.AI F\ M. Vickery of DeFuniak I I Owen family.
Brown, youngest sister of the 'Canova and accompanied' by presented the American Legion of you.The
of Hampton' and the bridegroom corsage. Mrs. Brown, mother i i 123, from 11:45: to 12 noon atHome's ;Springs is spending this week I I
is the son of Mrs. Flor- ;bride, dressed in pink ruffled :;Mrs. Connie Clark sang two'numbers. :i Irene Padgett returned home,: .i
< of the groom, wore a dress of Grocery. with Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest Ed-
j organdy, and strewing flowers her daughter, Ruth Cor-'
rie Belle Brown of t .1
Hamptonand ,pale blue eyelet, and her Personals wards.J. lOne Quart or Gallon
from blue net basket. cor-i I, bert, who lives in Currie N. '
Ira W. Brown of a pale James L. Temple, principal;[ C.,
Gaines- sage was of pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon E. Townsend spent Tues-
ville.Given Terry McElroy was ring bear-: The bride *and bridegroom i j)left Saturday for a week's vacation of the school, gave armounce- after Ernie's funeral. She will) day with Mr. and Urs. W. E.:! Cost
ments and introduced the i visit there for some time Of Extra
in marrige by her er. both attended Bradford High in Ft. Lauderdale. Theirchildren i I Townsend and family and Mrs.i
I' speaker, and Rev. S. E. !Sparks,t Yougan Padgett and Sammie FREE
lather, the bride. wore a white Best man was David Allen School and Mr. Brown is now I Billy and Janet Saxon Lola Townsend in Avon Park: i i With Each
'- __ __ __________ representing American Legion -!Starling went fIShing. one day I Ir
n employed at Sperry's in Gain-! are spending this week-In One You
presented medals and,last week. Yougan caught two, C. C. Melvin' of Tampa was i! Buy.
esville. They are at home toj!I Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. I
the of
pins to the outstanding boy i|cat fish and they remembered guest Mr. and Mrs. Cecil i j
I friends in Hampton, after ai,Edward Saxon 'and family. ; Melvin and family Friday and: Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal.
I I i we like fish
HOMES ,|and girl: Jiianita Griffis and so Susie brought I I
brief wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Castle 1 Saturday.Mrs. .
Michael Waters. us a "mess. That was sure a I
I. I Swim Program Starts !Monday!'and children of Eupora, Miss, Mattie Barry and Mr.i MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
good cat !
I H. P. Morgan, superintendent and we both say
i The annual swimming program have been visiting here with and Mrs. J. R. Jack
Crews of
her of public i.instruction, presented -"[thanks. I. 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6i588
laRue largest of I Ii parents Mr. and Mrs. P.
By Corporation"The : undertaking sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
, H. diplomas to the 18. Fred and Lela Lang tot 10- --'--- --.,..:-'" '..' ... < ,' ", ..'- -- -, .'
the Bradford Lott. 'j!; \
County Summer
H. 1 Harrell <
i graduates. 300 baby chicks again Tuesday. in Santa Fe Sun- > iI!!!
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I Program, begins next Monday, Mrs. Frankie Jean Keys and
Lela says she doesn't see how
I June 12, for school children children arrived Saturday from Friends are congratulatingJames
I''from grades 1-12. ; Ft. Myers to spend the sum- Harold Eunice Jr., who anyone manages more than
that, and we with her.
Those already registered mer at their Hampton Lake received: a 'Dachel r's Degree agree
Lizzie Padgett has been on BIGGEST MAY
!from Hampton will take the home. in commencement activities at
the sick list
again, but
:bus to Camp Blanding for Price Starr Is visiting this Valdosta State College, Val- was

swimming, leaving Hamptonat week in Leesburg with Mr. and dosta, Ga. on Monday. He is able to attend church Sunday
I night. Nellie
approximately 7:45: a. m., Mrs. Fred Alston. the son of Mr."and Mrs JamesH. Ber-

the same as last year, and will A birthday dinner Sunday at Eunice of Lawtey. ice Mosley.'and Mabelle Nor- '

return about 10:30: a. m. Each, the home of Mrs. T. F. Brown Members of the Methodist School man were after also recent back in illnesses.Sunday SINCE THE MODEL "A' '

child will bring a towel and honored her son Frank Brownof WSCS have been busy reno- We are thankful that Miss BOB

I may wear swimming clothes Jacksonville, and Mrs. Own- vating the parsonage painting -
Debbie '
Phillips is interested
: or change there. bey of Keystone Heights. Also all rooms, putting up new
enough in her class to drive
visiting this week with Mrs. draperies, placing furniture,
I Other activities of the sum- down from Jacksonville each MAY WAS THE BIGGEST FOR FORD CAR SALES IN
Brown is her sister, Mrs. A. L. etc. They have it abclut ready THE MONTH OF
!mer program < Sunday morning to play the HOT MODEL "A" IN 1929.t .
Sullivan of Ocala. for occupancy now. 12 1EARS-SINCE THE HEYDAY OF THB
Oakhffl" 11 research projects, arts and piano _for__ us..
i crafts, music, and sports and A. H. Bryant and Homer After church services last t
Bryant left last weekend for Bill Pendarvis is getting games. Although these are not Sunday a covered dish luncheon ,
offered here, the programs Ft. Myers where they plan to was enjoyed. The- occasion, ,,along better, but Neb Prescott '
ALL YOU NEED IS A DEEDPaid spend the summer months. remains very ill and shows no EVERY SIX SECONDS'OF EVERY EIGHTHOURDAY
held at the Starke schools are was in honor of Rev. Tory, M. : !HIS MEANS

'open to all students in Bradford Mrs. Bryant had been stayingin Wakefield on his last Sunday 'improvement.Well SOMEONE BOUGHT ANOTHER FORD, FALCON, THUNDERBIRD ORFORDBAGON.j"

Up Insurance Mortgage Life Insurance County. Those from Ft. Myers since the death with us. He and,Mrs. Wake- we "sneaked off" and

,'Hampton interested, in taking of her father last month. field left early-in the week to .attended Clay Hill Church
Mr. and Mrs. John Parkerof :Sunday night ,
part in these each afternoon visit the-'Holy 'Land. and were pleasedto
Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Al- see that they have put in anew tHY, \ t
!from 1 to 4 should
NO M01Ey p. m. contact Guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.
DOWN! I bert Morris and baby and Ken- pulpit and table, which I
I Principal J. C. Hobbs, neth E. Reddish during the week PERHAPS THOSE 143,000 AMERICANS FOUND OUT SOMETHING YOU
of Gainesville, droveto adds to the appearance. Win-
II|who will be at the Hampton Daytona Beach Saturday, were'Mr. and 'Mrs. L. N. PIck- fred Wilkinson of Jacksonvilleis SHOULD KNOW. THEY DID ALL.THE SHOPPING. DEALER BY 'DEALER:

!Elementary School most weekday where Mr. Morris and Mr. ering..ot Fo ke, Ark., Mrs. J. the song leader at this I THEY MADE ALL THE COMPARISONS, CAR BY CAR. BUT THEY
$51.15ForF i afternoons during the W; 'Barb r:and 'nephew, Gene. .
Kent took in the church
[ part state this week. BOUGHT FORDS I '
summer. Barber,.of"Macclenny, Mr. and .
bowling tournament. .
Hill t 1: Xw '
Clay 'oJ '
._ .. ...- ; Teachers finish their year'swork"bn The;waldo Kindergarten .en Mrs._Ray/Dorman, Mrs Dorm members Sunday School has few". "" "' "*..."r j'
;' Wedri Sd "this"week, < picnic
Cypress Ridge joyed a and swimming' present last Highland f
I Sunday.
of, ..Jacksonville.
completing records stor- '
and party celebrating the elose of Sunday School had 64 present14 SOONER OR LATER YOU'LL GET A NEW CAR. WHEN YOU DO, TRY I
I ing at materials, etc. Enrollment the school year, at the home Mrs. Claudia Strickland of more than the Sunday i YOUR FORD DEALER FIRST-!HE WILL GIVE YOU AN_ABSOLUTE ,

All Models Custom Built On Your Lot was Hampton 141 at the School close this of year the I of'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng -Gainesville'Tutch'of, Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs., Terry and- before, and the Intermediate' YARDSTICK OF .VALUE IN EVERY PRICE RANGE fROM A TUDOR
Friday morning, June 2. Those
I r boys the banner
,year, Mr. Hobbs said, compared attending from the Hamptonarea 'Wry 13u1ia Futch of Tallahassee again.As FALCON TO A THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE.HERE'S .

See Our Display At i to a beginning enroll- were Clyde Starr. Mary i 1w re,Friday guests ,of Mrs. an added treat, the new

'went, of 140. Average daily attendance Elizabeth Dortch, Eugene I Joycer:?utch, and, Miss ,Eliza- Junior Choir, directed by Dick WHAT TO LOOK FOR. IN THE GALAXIE PRICE RANGE, DON'T
Starling, made its first public
400' W. ,MADISON ST. 1 for the year was 131. Meng, Steve Hayes, and Sandy beth Terry. They all attendedthe appearance and showed great SETTLE FOR LESS THAN A CAR THAT'S' BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO

I White Bible Ceremony Youngblood. Commencement at Brad- promise.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. TAKE CARE OF ITSELF..THAT GOES 30,000 MILES BETWEEN ."

!i For Two Brides-To-Be Mr. and Mrs. Art Hill and ford High School, ., CHASSIS LUBRICATIONS..4,000 MILES BETWEEN OIL CHANGES. .

AND ASK US FOR : A White Bible ceremony, son, visiting here from Dou-:: Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bum WHOSE BRAKES ADJUST THEMSELVES AUTOMATICALLY WHOSE

THE PRICE OF THE BEAUTIFUL IEH HOME I honoring Miss Martha Brown glas, Wyo., With,Mr. and Mrs.! garner, managers of Desert Isle MUFFLER IS BUILT TO LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG AS ORDINARY
and Miss Hilda Warren, was J. W. Horne, Jr., Motel have returned from
the Homes to Miami last spending their vacation in
Church '
I on Wednesday evening weekend. Mrs-. H1U remainedin Ohio. They visited their two c

I last week, during prayer meeting Miami to represent the stateof daughters in Columbus and By Shirley Green&AAVALULUAOLAVALl
LaRUE CORPORATION Wyoming at the Women's ,Jircleville, Mr. Bumgarner's
: The service for the two Club national convention being father also of Circlevilleand_ I THE ABSOLUTE RUN-AWAY BEST SELLER OF ALL COMPACT CARS. .

r brides-to-be was presented by held there this week. other relatives in the stat We Mrs: Floyd Wiggins and Mrs.! 'WITH THE GAS MILEAGE RECORD OF 32.6 MILES PER GALLON,

IEH DEALER PHONE 9648641AUTO ji the YWAs of the church, of Mrs. W. P. McElroy and are glad to have them back. Rosa Pinholster visited Mrs.!' PROVEN BY AN EXPERT DRIVER 'IN A FALCON ,WITH STANDARD

,j which both are members. Tak- children planned to spend sev- Mr. and Mrs. Vern H. Richards Bryan Lynn in Williston and SHIFT, UNDER THE CROSS-COUNTRY TEST CONDITIONS OF THIS
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Andrewsin i
.ral days this week in Cross of'Green Cove Springs Morriston YEAR'S MOBILGAS ECONOMY RUN.
Sunday.Mr. .
,City with her parents. and Hollywood have taken care


I: the Bumgarners. They also Mrs. Lloyd Barry Sunday ? 'i THE ELEGANT NEW FALCON FUTURA. .BUCKET SEATS AND ALL. ..
took charge of Mr. Bumgarner's i
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clark I
Sunday School Class and
or attended church. and son of Starke,were Sundayguests TAKE A LOOK AT THE TWELVE FORD WAGONS, EVERY ONE IS DESIGNED -

BODY, SHOP AUTO mf ffmmmmmfm f RADIATOR fmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmMmfmmfmmmmmmmfm fjmfmMmmum ,I,AUTO TIRESStarke By Mrs. Gordon JonestAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA them has been a real,Knowing pleasure of.Mr. and Lloyd Clark. AND BUILT TO GIVE YOU MORE SOLID ROOM-PER-DOLLAR,

Mack's Body Shop Ed Recap Co. Mrs. G. .I;. Peterson of Ar- POWER-PER-DOLLAR .
PrevattV Garage / ..
I lington spent Sunday with the of Jacksonville visited Mrs. WAGONS SEE THEM ALL-FROM THE CRISP SMARTNESS OF THE
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman
BODY & FENDER ,REPAIRS Pappy Roulston, Owner ..
for Cars & Truck
COLLISION SERVICE New Cores Roddinr : '"
ONE DAY SERVICE Little Rock, Ark. are vacationing COUNTRY SQUIRE.
\ Painting Matching Flushing' Crank Shaft' NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS i here at their farm. One of the greatest values

FREE ESTIMATES Grinding ]p AUTO-LITE BATTERIES Also visiting with the Normans that ever came dOWD'the.pike"l FOR PURE PLEASURE, SEE THE SENSATIONAL: NEW THUNDERBIRD FOR "A\Ir

Phone 869-2405 Lawn Mower Motors Repaired Phone 964-0221 were friends from Mulberry.Mr. A 1961 UNIQUE IN ALL THE WORLDA CAR THAT BECOMES MORE

tOSS N. Tempi. Starke Phone So. 964-3861 Walnut, ,Starke 964-6584 135 N. Temple Starke and Mrs. Mlnza Royal, 1L DESIRABLE EACH MONTH AS |THE IMITATIONS COME OUT. AS OTHER I


s f
Those enjoying the occasion _. ff
,TRANSMISSION f Dodd's Service & North Temple were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Routhof 'THE THING THAT SELLS FORDS is SIMPLY THE PRODUCT-IT ::. !r

Tanner's I Auto Sales Amoco Crescent City, Mr. and Mrs.: I STARTS WHEN YOU TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT FEATURES .OTHER{ CARS !

International Lifetime Completely New Completely_ Gene Miller and Earnie Nor L TUBELESS AND FEEL THE HONEST QUALITY OF ITS CRAFTSMANSHIP-AND IT'S =.

PRODUCTS I Mufflers Equipped man and daughter Margaret,. ALL OVER WHEN YOU LEARN THE PRICE. -- ;:

Complete Automatic FIRESTONE of Gainesville, Mrs. Dorothy -
Priced & Designed for the ....
!*_ Transmissions i Tires Batteries, Accessories Farm White ,and children and San- ALL-WEATHER THOSE THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS WHO BOUGHT A GLITTERING NEW I

"* I 528, S. Walnut 964-3861 JUST $14945 dra Dasher of Lakeland. FORD EVERY SIX SECONDS IN MAY REALLY DID KNOW SOMETHING =
\ Service: and Repairs 1 PRICES START AT... NATION-WIDE
I Service on all Makes I j|, Mrs. Sally Crawford had as GUARANTEE YOU SHOULD KNOW-THAT NOW IS THE'TIME TO STOP IN, SWAP. =
For AU Makes
,Starke 66" ServiceBill 661 N. Temple Starke 964-9501':'!weekend guests Mrs. C. H. 88 AND SAVE PLENTY AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S SWAPPING BEB. = 1
Phone 964-2321 1 Morris, Mrs. Hester Crawford 14' .... (,..1..1 I
.' $ A01
Edwards Prop. ____ All new GoodyeAr aato .o ewmai y
,666 N. .Temple Starke SUPPLIES and Mrs. Nor-
I IN Beverly C. C. tobit* tin era gnat-

t.J: PARTS I WE BRAKE SPECIALIZE SERVICE Brownlee & 'man, and Tommy Crawford, all I 7JDI fit bfkat uteed*by aaiac writte. em. > : I
AUTO of Jacksonville blMt. ptaaiaa Road Haiardt-! ... '
Wheel Balancing &: Alignment Met roar oW tire blowout*, fabric bnaki.nti ; '
.- Phone'9't-8ISI Chasteen :Miss Carolyn'Jones and Ju- I u -tietytpmitet rc .GuraatM repatrabt.b .,- 'S 4, :< 1r 2'\

Motor I. '17 N. Temple, Starke I SEEDS FEEDS .Uan MizeU enjoyed an all-day t s TERMS AS LOW, II.U" t, errataarJ 'f. 1 :
o.aer for aasler d
FERTILIZERSInsecticides |outing at Jacksonville Beach _the aped8ad. ,
Parts Co. Inc. _
I Gilbert S. Brown I ]Crates &. Plants,;ion Wednesday. A AS 1 WEEKLY 6r C..4P. Lis .. ,;
.. ., .
a vir.e .bar "
Your Local Standard Oil Service Station "Your Friendly | We. are sorry to report that ;mutt ttltimmet I m a _.. tin i..d wOast V JepelrI ).
NAPAStarke Farm Supply Store" j E. J. Mann was in a Gainesville : .w/ etnmtMORS C..dr.r rn.GOODIiUR.-. i

Jobber For t ATLAS Cor. 10th &: Cherry Starke,,' hospital recently where Today is the ,day to

Cor. Brownlee &, Clark TIRES & BATTERIES he had a finger amoutated. e YY ITERWILLEGAR I

Phone 964-0801, 964-OS11 Budget Terms- Road Service WELDINGGARAGEThomas j He is getting, along better. < .STOP.: S\AP....'. SAVE'
Phone 964-7071

AUTO REPAIRS 407 N. Temple. Starke Welding i j CARD OF THANKSr I i .

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Earl's GarageALL J. B. Wright Garage We wish to thank each and FCCPLE" tBOe" 'OM 6OCOYEAS+ arcs" tscovA: ,++trGOODMAN'S ""

Electric and Acetylene Welding j i every one in Union an
KINDS OF. SINCLAIR SERVICE JEEP SPECIALIST : County for every kindnesses -f.i f.

\ AUTO REPAIR WORK STATION Have Welder Will Travel ]i extended us during oar Service Station MOTORS

All Work Guaranteed Complete Auto Serriee Sales and Service great tragedy. Wife, mother
4 Tires B.1.tUries-Ae< tad family of Ronald M. Jackran. D. GOODMAN

1. Phone 969-2964 Electric Welding I 116 W. Brownlee 964-0261. U. S. all'at South City Limits 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA'I'onv. ,

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1i''RKIl'. J3.OHinA ,THURSDAY, JUNE -8, 4961 5

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"''''' } 27 1 Grads Receive
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AtMefrose _
101 .' ,
U ,Twenty-one members ,of the Dr. B. R. Tilley, president ofSt.
10 -' graduatingclass1 of Melro Johns River Junior College, .
_ ; ,
High School received their diplomas delivered the commencement

s.4 t 4 4 >at .commenc mcnt exercises address. Welcome was extended ; I t Q Vj44I

_ 4 .
? S. S in the school auditorium by Maida Griffin Senior Class
S ,
.. 5t-
last Friday night. president, and appropriate ,

I : : Closing out their high school bpeeches were .made by Dale : S. .j ? I )i, .> '-
ItIg .
_! I : ; I :areers; at this ,time were: .Fallin, salutatorian, and Carol'Lpt ,"' ;,.\ .

:: : Carole Allison, Larry Brown,Hansen, vale
..4 _S Robert Brown, Don Butler I Vocal selections, "Moments.to i) 1". : S "' ,.,...!

: Dale Tallin, Winslow Fl edriksson -I. Remember. were sung -by .'' --r't': ',

"' : Maida.Griff in,.Carol:Hansen -Mrs: ,B- Jlay Stedham. :Music 1vf; ; : ,
S : Li 4J ; 'I
: ji Judy Knapp, :Michael l for processional,recessional -S f' '\ '.
SS 4 i At :
_______ S 5 S Lawrence, Alvin LillY Philip 1 'was provided by Jeanette 4 I I ." f -p f -: ,

5* S \Mori, Calvin ..Osteen Dolores Ahrano organist, and Carol L4 V 'I i t

Pridgeon, Sandra Read, Ray Hurst, pianist. j tl.

: i iI Renfro, Sandra Ridaught, Lynda Rev. B. Ray Stedham gave S;

---S 2 : iI I Strickland, Barbara Turner the'invocation, and Rev M. H. ,
and Johnny Weaver. I
1 ,
f= I ]Breyfogle pronounced the bene-.
-r .
The class colors, aqua and ___ _
Pictured "at ceremonies a-j Triest, Terry Christoffers, Dotti: Hardenbergh, Sandra 1 white, and class flower. white/ f diction .Clarence C. Holden,;: S j 7 $t-

warding proficiency badges to Sharon Brannon, Elaine Lov- BleasdaleLeslie Beam, Carol mums, were used in decoratingfor principal of the school intro-' ::- ., S
Girl Scouts i orn, Mrs. Richard Lovorn. this .occasion. i'duced the main 5
: in the Keystone Pat Raley.. speaker.
i step enson, .. .. .m -

*Heights auditorium Thursday]I I Leader. 'j f 3rd row [1-rl]: Phyllis Masta. -, 3icky:Martin Bear Badge and vyy, TTT TTT.TTTT was given for Mrs.
night of last week ; 1 MEIROSEBy I Bernice, randin Wednesday of 'last
are: I|I 2nd row ll-rl: Diane Thomas ; 5:5: : ,
JoAnn Thomas, Ginny Gold ; Billy Belote, Wilson at Twin Lakes last week.
1st iow (tl-rl : Mrs. Preemonti|: Marcia Uaberstroh, Susan I ; S' ISI
Bear Badge; Jerry Payton:; weekend.
"" Carroll Baker Kay
Tones, Camp Director; Gena,[I Bird, Sarah Lou Conner, I Campbell Bob-Cat; Badge; arid One Year r GRANDINBy During the morning, worship

Massa, Ginger Bleasdale, Ann'. Sharon Glover, Patti Brannon.I Punderland, Nancy O Conner. Service Stars for Mickey'Bro- I 'Col. and Mrs. J. C. Syme of uour, our church presented a

.m............._...._-_.,-------- --- By Mrs. Alice RothharnmerAAILAAAAAAAAAA4ALAA&fr Anchorage, Alaska visited his' gift of a new testament to
kas, Steve Elmore, Kenneth
sister, Miss Mary Syme of Pa- j :Mrs. Rebecca Brantley
Nooney,'Jimmy Smith, and ; latka -.5 I each of the three new graduates -
and his brother John'
Ralph Murphy. 'I Chris Spires, who has 'been! who is in the Alachua General''I''kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOur from this area.

Keystone Pack Master Bill Belote pre-i; living with his grandparents,! Hospital. pastor, Rev. Alton stephens -! Fi lends will Interested to
tided at'' the meeting: Entertainment and Mrs. A. C Spires, left
will be
Mr. not with us for .
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson know that Mrs. Ella Belisariois
following the business -' : _Saturday to visit his narents, spent the weekend with the nert ten days. He entered
S in Bradford County Hospital
II P session was furnished by 'Mr. and Mrs" Evan Spires in; Mr. and ihs Ea..' Coast Hospital at st. -

(Girl scoutsReceive Den 2, of which Mrs. :Dick '.5 ;:s'S Miami. i and MrsGlynn family.Mr. Rothhammer ,Augustine on Wednesday for, at Starke with a broken

I- Sunderland was the Den- Mrs. Lee Parker left Wednesday surgery. 5 j pelvis, as the result of 'i severe
2 and Mrs. Clarence P.j
; Mother. This was a skit entitled 4 :: for a visit with friends S
I Crawford the Mrs. J. C. Weeks and children -
"An Old Indian, Tale." and relatives in Maiden. Mass. are grandparents i fall.Mr.
returned to their
'of an eight pound, two ounce !! : and Mrs. C. E. Sapp of
east of and
Deluded Mrs. John W. Strawn
nome in KeyWest.. i
girl born to
their daughterand Palatka visiting in
I were
SItS Indian Narrator, Edwin Baker; son Larry left recently for '
t: 4 :: Medicine Man, David Mathia; Wyandott, Mich.: after which son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantley and Mrs.Grarjdin last Sunday.Mrs. .
James Otto Schmidt of Read. Weldon Brantley were business
Awards $ HiYaJoe, Robert Pater; Bruee they will visit in. New York Charlene Brantley and
S r I 'ng, Pa. The baby was named visitors to Jacksonville last
S -! s ._ --S- a SS... d Sunderland, Randolph, the!S. -i I, and Highlands, N: C. Carol Elizabeth. Mrs. Craw-!Friday.Mr. .Mrs. MargaretStuart were in

The Curve Bar, highest award in Girl Scouting, was presented Deer; And Squaw Flying Red!: Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hudsonof I ',
ford is the I Orange' Heights last Friday
'operator of the and
Mrs. B. J. Alderman
Horse, Thomas Hawes. Mike ... Miami and Horace, :
'"' : son.
Thursday night of last week :toy Mrs. :Lovorn, Leader, Carol Wolfe Sets new real estate ,office located and airs: Rosa Brantley at- evening.
Funderburks Donald Baker Jr.of Florida State University,
4C S to Cioliy .Campbell, :and ICarol Uaker at t-erenionies in the S I oetween Melrose ,and Keystone tended a music recital given
.Jerry Mathia. and Ricky"Mur. spent last week with her mother 1
e'' Keystone School auditorium. : rhee played the part of trees. Enviable Record Mrs. H. A. Barnett. I Heights. S by the pupils of Mrs. R. T. ,- 5 *

... !. Otherprops included a teepee' At keystone School Mr. and Mrs: W.. J. Griner; Winners of the Melrose Dui Clay in Palatka Monday night.:i I INSURANCE

:'TTTTTTT ryyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYT. 1 Practice, 3:45: p.-m., -fashioned from 'a sheet,and a andfamily of Jacksonville i I plicate Bridge Club includedthe I There will be a' businws i!' Auto-Fire-Casualty

St. Anne's Senior Choir "fire" ,with a .red light bulb. II. Miss Christine %Carol ,Wolfe, visited 'his parents, Mr. and following: First placeMrs.i!':meeting immediately after the[ Bonds and :Allied Lines
KEYSTONE HKHIKJTS I of Mr. and.Mrs. Wil- Griner E. H. Cooper and Mrs. W. H.
Practice 7:30 p. m. I II Mike Funderburke 'gave the daughter Mrs. John recently. Wednesday night service -
; I Prayer Group :and Bible three'Den Mothers each a cer- liam M. Wolfe, Sr., of Key Col., and Mrs. J. O. Syme: Davie; second place, Mrs. Allen -I I prayer I: Reynolds, Insurance,
S S By Mary\ K. Schaeffer Study) .meeting' Community tificate- appreciation for, stone Heights, has Just .com and children, James ,and Graham and Mrs. Kay Se- Church. I I Agency \

Church rparsonage -7:30: p. m. their year of:service. The three pleted 'her first eight ycara.atKeystone' Christie, of Anchorage, Alaska gur; third place, Mrs. J. W.Stra"n .!I Mrs. Charles Killgore {and I i W. L. Reynolds
a..AAAAAAAAA&AA.AA. ALA LA ALA LAAA ALA. ...ALL---AALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAi--------- Heights School with- and Mrs. Robert Hol-i i son, Ricky and Mrs.
I First Baptist Church Adult Den Mothers awarded their and Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hobt Kiligore'smother ,! ., Ph. 2442 J2701

Shortened Calendar People at 7 p. m. in educational Choir Practice,8:15; : p. m. Den Chiefs each,a shoulder tab, put missing a>laY &. school-, tire"having a'.family 'reuni n Ms; .fourth place, Mrs. Alice Mrs.'C. E. Sapp, all Keystone' Heights Fla.

Since many of the Winter building. i Thursday, June 15 and cord to go with'their Scout Her record of .attendance is at the home of"Mrs. Syme'and,1 Ketchum and Mrs. Helen of Palatka, were visiting in t ,

activities have discontinued, Intermediate and Concord Duplicate Bridge Club, Section uniforms. Den Chiefs are perfect. Carol has also hada Mrs.; Hobt's parents, Mr. and Phelps. .

there isn't much to offer in Chqir Practice First, .Baptist I II, JO a. m.Woman's Club. members of the local ,Boy perfect attendance record for Mrs. E. 1,. Ferrell. I -

the way of a Calendar, but Church, 6:30: p. m. I .Community Church Choir Scout Troop!105, .who assisted the past 'twelve years at the Miss Patty Land of Branford I

here 'tis for what it is worth: Monday, June 12 i Practice 7:30 p. m. the Den Mothers -with ,their Sunday 'School of the First is'visiting'her uncle and S KEYSTONEHEIGHTS)

;Thursday, June 8: Community Church Board of! Women's Bowling'-League, in activities. They were Stefan Baptist Church of Keystone :aunt; Mr. and Mrs. 'Bunyon .. MELROSE
S Community Church Choir Stewards meets, 7:30 p. m.. in alatka, evening. ,Broke'SQtton'land: -Mikeke Heights "Her'younger brother Kelly.: S \I ,,

.Practice, '7:30: p. m. educational :build1 1g. '"- .C U 't.Of Awards -Another,highlight of this ind sister also hold attendance Mr. and Mrs: Jim Sever and

Women's Summer League Art Class, Dot .Newman's, 8 1'oriGirl Scoot.Troop meeting,was,a display made by records.' children of Atlanta, Ga. VisitEd USIHESS ,

Bowling. Palatka, in p. m. P. m. .5 Ati the Court Awards, held Den 1 boys, depicting a-Model tWe-feel that her' parents, as his parents, Mr. and Mrs. : DIRICTORY.

Friday,. June 9 CAP Cadets 7:30: at Sky tel. Thursday, June 1. In the Keystone Indian Village with Teepees well as Carol, are to bs con- Charlie Sever. _

** Rotary Luncheon 12:15: CAP-Seniors, Skytel l: 8:30: p. &hool Auditorium, Carol from paper grocery bags, and gratulated. S i id S S -Mr; and'Mrs. Carl Ford and ---- '

noon. m. ,, Baker.-daughter of Mr, and Indians .from ,eanuts. The I daughters. Doris 'and Virginia, APPLIANCE, SERVICE GIFTS- TOYS, (PACKAGE STQRE '

Boy Scout Troop 105, 7:30 Lion's Club Dinner meeting, Mrs..Bill Baker, and Virginia boys.had painted Indian signs recently visited their daugh- I ,

St. Anne's Parish House. 715p.: in.TuesdayJune. Campbell, daughter ;of Mrs. in the backs of the teepees to Wyman Sr., who swam ,across, I ter -and sister; Mr.. and -Mrs. Wheeler Service Co. S 'Shaughnessy's
Lake He
Geneva that-day!
,Sunday, June 11 13 Libby --Campbell received their tell a story. I John ,Simmons and family of enadi '
started from Bill Beam's beachan4 PACJAGE'STORE
St. William's Choir? ,sings at Masonic Lodge Meeting, 8 p. Curve. Bar, which is the top Swin-Ski Party At Lee's : Orlando. We Service: TV, Washers,
swam to the opposite shore: I OPEN 8 A:M.-12 P. M. DAILY
St. Edward's 10, a. m. Mass. m. in Masonic Hall. rank a Girl'Scout' receive. Sunday afternoon, June 4, I }.Ir. and Mrs. Richard Thomas Appl., Elec. Repairs, Etc. 4
in hour And three minutes.! S- CLOSED SUNDAYS
Attend your Church. Notices I City Council meetS', 7:30: p. Jt is equivalent Jbo a Boy the boys and girls of St.. 'Wil- Bill one Warren. nd,W.-C. Hollandaccompanied and chl1lren.:: spent Sundayin .. -GRanite 5-2401, Melrose-i .gifiJ :JOJ Keystone Melrpse Hi,
: war
elsewhere] in this'column. in., at City Hall. Scout's. Eagle Badge. This i is 'iam's Teen-Agers' Instruction him in Daytona: Beach. (Save this ad Worth $1 on !

EYC St. .Ann 's, 6:30: p. m. Wednesday! ; June 14 the first time any o{ the Keystone Class and their guests ..enjoyed : a-canoe. Rev.B. M. Wad ll of Emory next service call) .
Heights. Girls :have received Mrs. Wyman is happy because University is visiting his moth- China & Pottery Greeting ESTATE
Community Church Young St. Anne's Junior Choir a boating swimming, and LIMIT-1 aa. to customer nEAL
j "n whe has out of Cards Gifts for all ,
S .. awards, -this- high in skiing party on Lake Geneva it ir Mrs. L., W. Hardage. Between Keystone & Melrose, occasions -I :

Scouting. .the home of Lt..Cmdr. and 1ig.system." T. C. Miller, son of Mr. and We Service Both Area ? Free Gift Wraping.;;C. J. ,Pete O'Connor

McKAY AT KEYSTONE Following theY Court of Mrs. Calvin Lee on Lake View Sbackkfords Entertain Mrs. Jack'Miller. entered Hope t 4 Keystone Heights 4
Rural Letter Carriers, ALL WORK GUARANTEED --
Awards. were Haven Hospital Sunday, June
Drive. The affair was- 1 nne1
II '
CHOICE building lots ,with Serving Since 194? I HARDWARE REAl ESTATE
served.S and carried out by.Mrs.- Lena The.-Annual-Meeting of Dis- 4. T. C.: had bone surgeiy on

city water 100' x 150' IN TOWN two blocks: to i Girl Scouts Close Year demons who did a commend- trice .6 ,of the National Rural his l left leg Monday. MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
Brooklyn Phone(
$650.00 'Kay: Terms. chopping: 2 BR, K-dihm?, 1 With hike And": Ilr akfast. able job. Boats to tow, skiers Letter Carriers was held Sat- .Mr. ,and ,Mrs. R. M. Cason : :V' Keystone Heights 4297

LAKE OE'iF.100 ft.Ut., i Ircb. $t800. On Saturday morning the were driven by Ed Cpnneqn urday evening, 'June 3,
frontage BR 2 baths den 5 Girl Scouts of Troop 190 held and Wilbur Neal, with George home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald .and .sons-in-law, 'Mr.,.and VAR-TUNG PAINTS Winifred' H.

a Sunrise Hike and Breakfastas Schaeffer Shackleford on Keystone-Lake. Mrs.J. V..For.d and Mr. and \' ,
with fireplax-e, roomy litCO3IMRCL as co-pilot Those ..Outside House PaintResistant
: lot located the closing activity of asuccessful. participating in the skiing' Hura}- tter-carriers and their Mrs..George Thigpen, in Pa- tRedfearn'sAppliances CRAWFORDReg.
.:'dining1.area, kitchen, screened mala'street of Keystone' were Mildew:
porch, comfortably fur- on .year. The group David and Mary Ann Schaeffer families attended, making latka. ; SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON Real Estate ,Broker
Heights. Terms.S. hiked from the parish houseto about So people who enjoyeda 'Sen. and Mrs. 3.Emory Cross '
John Lake Properties Mr
and Allen
nishtxl! $11,900. Terms. George HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Keystone Heights, Phone 2741 age -
the home of their leader. Margaret ,Muir, .Nancy and covered dish; supper J.t 6 p. are home since the close of and"' Ranches Business >. City I

E. McKAY REALTOR Mrs. Richard Lovorn where Lee' Sutton Robert *Ghames, m.,and swimming and other the legislature., :Maytag.Washers Dryers ,Odom'sHardware ; Homes -' Rentals ,

.5 they enjoyed breakfast. Mrs. Jackie, Butch, and Jimmy Fox, water.sports. After the supper, Mr. and Mrs.d, &Markham' Zenith T V S "We Take Personal Interest 1

Keystone. Heights 3071 & ..4152I Lovorn brought them home inner Marian Beasley, Renee Belote, the annual'meeting was held and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garnerof SERVICE OX ALL MAKES & Supply In Your RequirementB"-1

S car. Jane McMurtry, John Reid by the men, while the ladies' Miami are spending the Keystone Heights Phone,4252' hARDWAREPAINT Midway: Keystone Heights t

4 .5 --- Cub Scout NewsThe Alec Livingston Jim Davie, auxiliary held' their meeting. week' with Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence .'I Cement'Blocks Red Mix ,llelrose4Iiuay S

Third Annual Leaders' Rodney Paul, Herb Nelson, Officers for the coming year P.,Crawford. .. .4 A Cement' 31-Open Sunday.

Appreciation Dinner for Cub II Jr.,. Dan Pater, Jr.. Tony were elected. President for the Mrs. Earl AHord of Crystal BdisThe' Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils I GR 5-2981

; K OWL Scout Leaders was held on. Brault., Tommy, Jones, and Allen men's organization will be El- Springs ins visited her sister Meter Service S

\\. h Tuesday, May: 23vat; ,7 p. m. in : Lockwood. Spectators included .is Holder, of Gainesville; vice Mrs 'Jj. W. Hardase, and Barn :Melrose Phone: Gr. 55421LUMBER #.

the Student Center at the Uni the 'hostess Mrs. Pat president, Donald Shacklefordof while here she and Mrs; Hard- ; BOAT -i---, RESTAURANTLawrence's
= qQ versity of Florida. All ]leaders, Lee 'Mrs., Harold Sutton Mrs. Keystone. Hgts; .and secre age visited'anoth ,sister; Mr : MELKOSE GE" 5-2701" ''

o-S "were invited. ..Those.attending: Ed Conn en and Pew Mrs. tary-treasurer/Wtllace' TOWnsend -1 Louise'Moore .at Winter 'Hav- Lebrydo Dinette

from Keystone Heights were! George Schaeffer and Martha of Bell. The Ladies Auxiliary en.Joe S San Short .Orders Sandwiches ,

( Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gallop,. .JanerTina Lee, Mrs. Lena president,' will be MrS:' Wigenbach who has iVINRUDE Lumber Co. Bottled and Draught Been I

'S Mr. and Mrs. E. Martin Mr. Ellis; Mrs. Donald been in the service in Loced-
___ I Clemens.and Father. Cornelius. Bolder; We Specialize to Custom [Sundays Too- Closed Mondays i
and\ Mrs. Dick Suntierland''l[D ug erty.. .5 Shackleford 'win*be flee president ., shut Germany; !s' home with SALES & 5 Cut Extra Lengths i KItchenOpenuIM.9pM.Keystone ,

Mrs Stella Elmore, ,nli Mrs.'Last Day Of School. Party ; wfcile Mrs.: Carol Emern Us "* mother, Mrs.Charles SERVICE Materials I Heights Fla. .
SOUTH DAKOTA Helen'Warren. Also the Spon-I Wingenbach. S .
J Thursday evening, June 1, of MIcanopy 'win be secre-. Cement Mortar 15& 1 -
,or. Rev. Bill Breyfogle, and 'Miss Ifa
I Hiliyer Mrs.
i Stefan Brokas entertained :
It is said that the world's largest construction I, Mrs. Breyfogle. Boyd, fensf: Mrs. John Strawn .....
members.of :Mill JIjw. 21 at Middleburf,
j his seventh grade on
commands much visitors Wind-UpPack, Meeting Special guests for the even- jave a bridge: party'at' theWoman's S White D ve.1n
project as .attention .by as I The Wind-Up Pack Meeting I class.with a patio party at,the ing w re Miss1'Gladys TIBIa of Phone, 42S5MILDWORK Top .
the State Capitol at Pierre. The Oahe Cam, which !Brokas, home on Lawrence Club.-Th theme was FLORISTS '
>of the local Cub Scouts was Keystone Heights ,post office; 'Sea.CruiSe' and decorationswere "A Good Place To Eat"

crosses the, Missouri River, will impound '23,000,000 i i held Thursday, May 25, in .the S! Blvd. the' occasion being the Paige Pinnell. postmaster of carried out accordingly.: I II 'nnersSand1chsCold .
I educational of the;losing day of schooL -Twenty .Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Dell Edna.'Williams
building Keystone
acre-feet cfwater.. There is an observation point Souvenirs and .relics which had
: Beer Onion
I .1 boys and girls enjoyed dancing: Jernigan. oft* $> Rings ;
Keystone Heights Community 'Ga1n sv1lle jfcr, FtOEJST-NUBSERY ,
..from &ere. visitors may watch. The So1die andSaiIrs Church. Awards were given to i games,'and lots of good,food. Jernigan being' the' assistant been Virgin.brought Islands were backfrom,displayedMrs. the.I S FLOWERS Millwork 'Shop Take Out Orders "i'

Memorial\ haUls near the State Capitol.and \he following.. 'boys Ralph I Party guests included: Linda rostmaster' there; and GeorgeM. Kay Segur-won first'prize. For All OccasionsS CABINETS DOORS Curb&rvIceAfter6Pt.9pn >

Silver Ariow Ken- Anthony. ,Norma Valdejuli Wiggins of Jacksonville..the Phone OR 5-2331 WINDOW FRAMES 1.1 A. M. JVMUfciteRt
Capitol r Lake. It Houses Indian relics, and, included, Murphy, ; I and Mrs. Frances Givens woncoM Meirose :
reth Nooncy' Bear 't Badge;;{Cajole Warren Marian Beas- editor: .of.JTcridaHUEU: ,News. S -r SCREENS 21 Between ICeyatond &:

amon t.hese. are,bulj'boat'juade' of., buffalo hide.THE Johnny..Barren Silver Arrow;;"I icy, Jane McMurtry, Renee Be-J Boy Scout NewsAt '. tables.,' rize..7here'were'. nine C' s-l:: ff Trim :MaterialsSash : :- Melrose .;;--** ,. 54

i i Ricky Murrhee, Bob-Cat iote Juste Walker Pan, the: Court of Honor held .. .ffi"I. Made To'Order .
I Badge; Donald Baker, Wolf Thompson;Jackie;-Fox,.Dolores I Tuesday" evening In Melrose. surprise birthday party I .Keystone HeightsPHOTOGRAPHY
BANK I JJ.m: Stefan Keystone Gas Co. I 1 I ) RILJlNG'Ja.L
Badge Gold Arrow and Silver d\U1beet\ ; 5. 5vie,, /John fitavfMstrJet Scout xecutive \ --SS ,
Arrow Edwin Baker WolfBadgef Brokas. 'Garry Cooper David! Ing:on work.of. the Boy S -'? .,'s.* '- t. i *
I ; I presented the Charteri I I' ,\\ DRILLING. ..

Mike FuI1de lIke, Jr.,, Chiapinni. Mike ike, Lee I forTroop' 105 to the ;RofaryClub" I Scouts! JEhns pf ,.this-area, .. 2* HOUR fe.f" SERVICE.'.",V"5.PHONE I SAVE STUDIO EXPENSE PUMPS ,
Dance Announced S .
MEMBER F.D.I.C. Sutton Timmy Htclnnan Steve
:Wolf Badge Bruce Sunder- ..of Keystone -Heights In: 4351 S S S 13ERYTCE S
A Friendly Hank in A Friendly Community I iJand.l .Bear .Badge and Gold Shackleford,: Ernie; Williams, his- brief ,Address) Mr ;Sims:! Keys&mers- Advised to Have Pictures ;. '
*n,because. .... -on TjtafJnYdur : M.ThYSWcll :
S S Keystone Heights, Fla. .Arrow; Ray Williams, Lion and John Reid t S f stressed the Tact 'that this:: keep July,8 the .,.Francli'Distributor' of ,
thit"evening. Keystone '
S Award-, whieh makes him 'eligible Local Swimmer Proves 4WlitJ : t iKf sgmftftV'SAF lJ.OJ.11
Charter Wu'1 being given to the Drlg ; S
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LIons Club and the Keystone. .. -.i' ', I .
.S S for Web 1 Den now; i S Memqriarpay jdiays.be i..R.ntlty.cIubwhich: -isthm.I I -GAS Phone 4212 MELROSE GR 55101h '
-5 .Marshall Galtop'Bear"Badg ;.1''a memorable day for Barry ficially responsible-Jor. carry-t [Continued On Next Pare] ,(



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oji.'the 4th Sunday to.June.. i.iis, EiW Unh: A' -n,
, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA on Thurs., June 15, at 10:30: old. He and Mrs. Smith .1ia4'Mrs. Herbert .Nelson, ..Mrs.JEnrett
: fli Di' an,
: Oesae'r-io. ley
Come out and some ,peanuts -;
and Altar Boy
a'i been married 62 I Fox
KEYSTONE m.Beta years. .;fish, ice ream, hot-dogs 'Diatrh" fu 1 :t v pr ::>.i'nt.
Club Entertained Survivors include his '-wife. Jimmy Fox; 5 till 6 p. m., Mrs.
I .and hamburgers ,aad: Help .this,Sis. Susie- Johnson SlAta:
Miss Nancy Sutton daugh- I t Mrs. Dora Smith; his daughter -, Theron Whidden and Mr. and R. Williams
HIGHLIGHTS T& *pjthy: cauS All*weekly ac.Uvitles Mother JSderD.
ler of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Mc&ay; and a grandson j Mrs. Charles Bi&ee: ; C till 7 begtoat 73a,: ( p. m. District "secretary, Sis. ClaraB.

the Beta j= Roger Smith-all of Keystone p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Con- .
Sutton entertained ; QUo"s 1dcm.. -Samuelsreporter.] .
TyyyyyyyyyYVVYVVYYVYV I are 'AS :
I neen: 7 till 8 p. m., Mrs George -
Club of which she is a menlter Heights. j 4 a1thful Eu ,. Q1U1 : )::ues.. Allen ,Chapel A, I-.E. Church
(Continued From .Preceding Pa I Did You Know? Schaeffer Mrs. William Davie '
at her home on Keystone :; I I thor '
I practice; Wed., Prayer Rev:-L-A. Sampson pastor!
and Altar Boy Osvid;
Lake last Saturday afternoon Like most folks, you probably -;
.Junior Woman's Club will : meeting: Thurs., Mission meet- will observe Trustee Day on
| from 3:30 till 7:30. Guests who !>read the article "Who Put Schaeffer. ..
: .
Jointly sponsor a dance with azureen3ugh mg;; FrI., Prayer Band -Mary Sunday starting with Sunday
thanks should
i the Zip in Zippers? by Leslie Special
| the swimming eating,
live band. More;:: enjoyed given rto Carl Piper who ieepl ii1I! McBride, reporter v School at 9:45: a. m. with Supt.
in This Week Sunday
details on' this will be announ- 'I and other fun were Barbara I.ieber '-, ____ 1. .w lM ; Church '-'Of God In ChrIst,Tannie -Frarier in charge;
the church and shrubbery
Ann Bernice Burne supplement. June 4. Maybe Mr. yard 111 t ,- uj
Wheeler fEldel"- 1). Williams ,
I red next week. Sounds like a ; pastor ila. m- services will be conducted -
looking nice and well-watered.
good time for all. jStenna I Lojsdon: Carolyn Hay- Lieber' didn't know It-r may- ,PersonalsMr. -' '' wJ'Th twill observe ?MisslonaryDay by the Jnl1iorChurch,
Le it wasn't important to histofy. I1i
Camp Gilead. Here We Come!j fs, Cheryl Cheny Carol Camp- -n: .Sunday: .beginning> with :3 i p. m. special services will be
Mrs. Al Watson
the Col. Lewis Wa\- and .
Float, : put : '
elI. Marguerite David
: Sunday &hool at 10' a. m., tendeied by -Rev. Howaid and
July 10 cant too soon quietly their twenty-
ker of Meadville Pa., who
i Srbapffer George Leath. Alec upt. Tom Hall in charge; 3 his congregation of Wa'ertown
for Debbie: ..Kingsbury Gina T-ivingston, Joel Brault, and "ultimately poured a million, fifth wedding anniversary on -. ', .
!i, p. ::jn. Union will -be held; 16j church, near Lake City. Fla.
Sharon Brann and 'Saturday June 3. We feel
Massa. n, was'
Mitchell. /ollars into the venture yYYvvvyYYvYYyyTYYYYYYTYmvYvvYvYYTYTYrWs : l''
;Dwight ; ). ''m.. Young People's Willing This will conclude the services
'Marian Beaslej! These four; one of the first Keystoners.He congratulations and best wishes -' '
j We don't like to bs mean nOF INTEREST TO COLORED WorKerswith Mrs. Hamilton for the day. At 7:30: p. m. all
:/industrious: girl from Keystone and his sons Le.WiSJr. and are 4n order for this fine .
J but in all fa'-rncss we have to {I: ; ; In, charge. The District meet- officers and members are ask-
.Heights Elementary School met I Wallace.and their respective''1 couple. May the next 25 be
| say that all th ,dr's were Beta <:ffIZ 5 ,qF 'PRADEORD .COUNTY !ng1ll: begin .on June i8 :at ed to go with Rev. Sampsonto
the challenge to learn and memorize '.\'i\ies. used to winter 'in fven better! ;j .
'(11tb members while the boys KeY-j t 'iI J. J. Gainesville with Bishop H. return a 'visit to ReL..
200 Bible verses, an.j.A 3tohe Heights in the Pvt Tommy K. Hill, son of'
''vere just guests. It seems that I I By. 'Ozota'Shell Williams serving as ;host: )pas- McKay and ,members Beth-
U11e J a' free wef'kt\ Chil- clays. They usually made their i I Mrs. Alice 'Hill erf Route .1, '
I no boys: made the Beta Club ,pr; ;Qn the '9th missionary lehem Freewill Church. '
dren's Bible M'' :sifm Camp, located !i Keystone Heights, recently'assigned L.A A.A, A A LAALAA ALA &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA11 ..... Bapt.
I aeadquar-ers at .the Inn. As a was .'''''" -------1----- --- ----------------
this year. iroup.will be in charge. AH choir members urged to
Lakeland. matter to the 2nd ;* J. I A.-6' *
near ; of fact, Lewis Jr., died Armored
1 Fa'her Of Local Woman Dies I..Andersra SIIh&C1orPictured : ; ,ilrst year campers, $1; .secon Mothers Lizzie Hall and Daisy please! be .present. Junior
heore.. 'I Division at Fort Hood Texas,
We also congratulate: Debbie William Henry Smith father"i wheiehe 'abdvefc th C. C- year,'$3 ; third 7ear, $7"There .; nes .1r1ll be in charge;ctf.:dev0jtion Church at5 p.:, m. each Mon-
It also mentions Gideon is a clerk-c-pist in I
forth :
and Gina for putting an
Anderson Junior Chorus of will be no adJitional charges ifof.this service and
Mrs Hazel McKay passed ; day; Girl Scouts :3 p. m.
extra effort to memorize 100 j 1'Pundback, the ,&wdish .en- Headquarters: \ Company .of the :
.Lawtey. ''Jirst: TOW.et to rjfor transportation, room'and; Mother Elizabeth Lee will be RJE.-E, J.
away en Wednesday, May 31,j division's 'Thurs room 'fl,
58th 1955
additional verses for a very J in Tyus Convalescent Home in gineer .who perfected the ma- Infantry. A ight: Ola Mae ,Brown Cora 'board during this --week. 'Bu.will' tk'v1rY ;% The main 'speaker. All members Givens, reporter.
didn't' graduate of
j Altho become Melrose High
; nice set! What chines. he ,
pen and pencil I ..leavethe station in
; Starke. For many years. Mr. Lee Kitties Edna Mae Kitties, >us and friends: aw Invited to join f
ned to the in this i i a regular Keystoner it wk of School, he entered the Army
illPp Benjamin 3tarke at 9, a.m. July 17. 'Par-
I Houston 'us. in this trip to
Smith and: his wife have maje :ast Mary ..Gainesville
interest to.us, as he lived just January and completed '
contest? j' their home with Mrs. McKay basic franklin,, Cornell, WJHiaaas nts .interested in 'fur ::1 garten 'Education, ,a 6-hour on Fri., June 9. PersoN arfsh- '
training at Fort Benning.Mr. .
Special Planning MeetingA !around the corner from us. 7"
: '
:1 :and her husband: at their home, We and Mrs. Wilbur Neal 'loward Lee Armstead, Willie forma tion' may course required forState cer-', ing to 'go are asked to contact

special planning meeting on Lakeview Drive. He had also ,remember Lewis Hill Moore, Charles ..Britf...Cbades Sell and Thompson Ch !i lficaUon and A Reading Sis. Clara B. Samuels atnmce. o9Su
I have as their guests, Mrs.
Walker HI. who attended ball ;
for members "f the Garden been ill for some time prior to(!I oom dancing class with us in N'eal's cousin Victor Jl. $am- Hamilton 'Clifton Strongf'. second -; 'Bible Mission. P.'0. J3cs: Clinic, These workshoja ,wjjl J; The_ meeting! will: becin ont

Club of the Laiti_ will be held ,his death. Me dville when we were about beck and his wife from -Clever row: Richard Allen.-Gloria Keystone Heights, or run .concurrently: 7 a. in. to I t Thurs. and end on Suit; .Offi-
at the home of Mrs. Albert M. Royal teacher-of 7th 1
Hamilton Quei' Eliza
Bachmann on Lake Geneva, Born on Oct. 4, 1868 he 6'years ojd.' It was he who in- Jand Ohio for several ,week t lleth Ann Jsaac.Allen-Julius, : RJE High School 523 : iD a.-m..and '10 a. m. to 11:30: cers .of the convention are as.,

: would soon have, been sJ3 years 1ultect solicitously of us, "Can't I Iou at their Santa Fe Lake home. : Moore. ; St., phorie--964-8373. i. m., daily Mon. thru. Sat. follows: Bishop 'H. W. Wil- .. '

[ \ even count?"-so he ap-! Mrs. Wilbur Neal expects to BrittMrs. .Z. P. Jennings di- June 12.,to August5. AU inrierested I '
ector .Whiifred Sherman Stiff I __
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pardntly hated the class as !eave for Chillicothe. Mo persons.are invited toHend. I ': -' -
: 'soon Doris Britt Cynthia Sherman, Summer Program '
nuch as we dreaded it. where she will visit her father:
J Betty Tucker, and Leroy King. '
1 We understand that the L. C. Weaver and her sister, Regul s.jrimer : News Editor ,

three elder Walker men are all Mrs. Eugene Saale and family.. For the past jtwp. years this program'will start' at 9 Mrs.. E.-; ,J, Givens manager -
;roup ha s sung Stephen Fos- Monday: August 12, at :
J 3ead now and Lewis m is of-the Reno Theater .and '
Mrs. Leo Le:Jlanc drove to '
'er Memorial stival'In White and ,
running the Talon operation Daytona Beach Friday ''where Anderson 'schools. !acher .at RJE will edit :the -
Springs, having been intro
will be
'n Meadville. ?he picked up Mr. and .Mrs. iuced -for this h norcbl- 'Mrs.Tjave : news .starting. next week. She
i' CHURCH: NEWSCommunity Howard Terrence and .brought ; ing the morning by the [can.bf ,rea'ched :*t 730 lineSt.hone,9691352
: Paulk
Starke.: They ,
NATURAL members which will :
church News : : All church
them to Keystone Heights : ,
ave participated, in the A' rally for Vacation Bible where they will spend some ', Principal C. C. : ;eporters,.school l,fratemal and
and state music festivals Eddie '
School is slated for Friday, time with the LeBlanc's at ind haeton" 1gh.' ratings. Thompkins with ocill! rlubS ,are' asked to contact -

June 16, at 7:30: p, In.:rl S ,will their Keystone Club -. Givens and A. 'B. I -your new editor and !keep
i Estates Mrs. Jennings, director, has staff' '
Economical 'assistants. The '
Dependable. -- be of I m Circulation
a preview Bible School home. The Terrence's are from he good news :<:
ompleted all the music of- feature
be the
so parents may see what their Montreal. Canada.Mr. !: 4n Bradford County. 'Please ,
PHONE 964-1301 NIGHT 964-2411 hildren will bedoing.. A iFilm- "erlngs at 'Bethune-Cpokman and 'skiing program at Contact Mrs. Givens'by"4 p. m. \
and Ml 3. E. John Nelson College and wUrat tudy; a Flori- Whitamore : '
CITY OF STARKE GAS: UTILITIES DEPT. '..trip "Security for Sale" will daily from 9 : Monday/June 12.;'The deadline
and daughter, Cecelia of Jacksonville 1a this
UM-1Jnivrlty hocn.'This '
be shown. This is a story or a ; program is 'ot I for alt news to be; in:the Telegraph -
.1 -rii---u--r1-------I--------- -I spent the weekend Tier'-where she expects to meet all pupilsof school age
man wbo tried: to buy secur- with ,. office is 12 :noon Tuesfday
Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs ertificatori} 'requirements': ents
are invited -to
ity, and how his daughter dVacation go pf each-week. .
r a I'
Lena Clemens, of Hillcrest! : "s the fourth and 1ifth'grade ake when it is

Attention Livestock Producers! Impact Bible him,School made an The Nelson's attended pre- 'eacher'a14 ;at Anderson small registration fee CHURCH NEWS'
on a doctor. ,
graduation activities at the school. During the last week asked, not more than Bethlehem {freewill Baptist

Registration will be taken University of Florida on' Sun- *!f school this gi'QUP .was. hon help .In the purchase of Church, Rev. J,. McKay pastor )
If have hogs or ,- -- that night also. '
you Parents are ilay! where their ; will begin Sunday' School. ,at ,
son Eugene red with' picnic it Magnolia terials 'and 'supplies for : -
cattle to sell now or in. j urged to keep this date in ,
., Charles graduated with the Lake1 by 'tthfe music teachers, weeks activities.: .This \\ 5:30: a. m."with .Supt. Mary
the future please contact i'- ,'_ mind, and to bring their children class of 1961. On -McBride 'in} charge 11 am.. :
\ ;
Monday fesdarnesJenniftgfid. Randolph payable lOc .for live \ -
one of the ''bu'ers" t: to ,register them for the morning the '. Fellowship! 'Union 'at Free IjHONE
'" Nelsons along with J. J. Molfe, Jr., the lake'and after that
at Copeland! Sausage I _'t.9: Bible School. Tables with the with Mrs. Clemens and Mrs. serving bus driver. All these will have rio other Caanan Church of ,GodIn;
Company and ,give ,them : 4- and 'crafts will be displayed. Clemen's sons, John and Geor- -oungsters an4'guests report- uallfied, certified Unity Waldo Rev. S. White,

an opportunity to buy : : dedication. Songs will be sung anda ?e Allen attended the graduation .d a ''d delightful-.outing.-: : :c. \'imming1 and other pastor; '3 p. 'm. a Chl dten's _

your livestock. ...:;;M.o!. teachers service for the ceremonies.Mr. Anderson ;principal; D. :B. work'with the. children: Day Program will be ,held at ._ '

by Reverend AlbertE. and Mrs. W. M. Wide- Richardson reporter. now to let them attend. the. church; : with Mrs. A. C. _
COPELAND OFFERS YOU Holt will close the rally. Carter..and Mary McBride in
I gfeh of Haddam, Conn are in lOomAth"op', Lakeland,Visitors'

I 4 "BIG' ADVANTAGES! World The, with theme.christ"Around- will the"be Keystone.{; ,jfisiting .Mr. ...'Widegren's Pictured 'ftlso"are' the top....M/s'Carrie'-Robinson; .charge churchservice;' 7:30 pm.us.ua with: f Mission.. .'! WO. ,4-3101.
brother 'Em st Wide- nupils in Bible
i omplish- hostess to her
carried out in the -
decprations: :ren, and family. The Connecticut uents at RJE 'for* #e:"1960"611 Department: in charge.We are,
1. Cash market every day. of the auditorium. Chairmen urging' the general publicto and School
will be .Mrs. Dick Sunderland Widegrens have comet term. Reading' left to right in 1 frbm'Lakeland during I Office Supplies

I 2. No commission. and 'Florida to attend the 'graduation -: the fust'row; : .Barbara I weekend. One of the come out :and'visit' with us.
: I
Joseph Wildt. Assistants '
'3. Special consideration given, to .meat will be Kay Sunder-- of their son Barry, 'tCC91Ufl., Velma Peek; Jac-! of IsaMc '.Robinson has On will'Sat sell refreshments at 6 p. m. the In.choir front
from Bolles f1uelinlt
:and Carol Warren Phyllis School in Jack- Marshall;.second row: turned from a tour of II III RADFORD CountyTELEGRAPH

type hogs Massa. and Jo Ellen Wildt sonville. Don Wldegren. the Shirley 8nh :jBrown? Marion 'A. .GeL1 iany. Each of these I of thestore., of Fred Williams
for the benefit'of the'Woman'sDaydrive
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jenkins, ; Gwendolyn Collins,:
men enjoyed the'
sufficient Vacation Bible
4. Can furnish hauling for School Is -ind which will. remlnaie
Widegren is also graduating 'Zephahjah. C. Lane. TheBible i
scheduled for County Teachers Dance -
June 19-23. It
4 quantities. will begin at 9a. m. each day 1. from Bolles. 'His grandmother, awards for thiS' year in- Iy's'Nite Limit 'as I !
Mrs. Ernest Widegren Sr. M eluded: 8 book v'I
.marks. .7 .Gos- Mrs. Annette "
and close at 11:30 a. m. The||;Glen pels of : Phillips '\\r ............
CALL COLLECT HO 2-2011 closing program will be held Cove N. Y. was-also pre-1 St. John, 3 New Testaments ported such a, eughtfuI -

sent at the graduation : 8 story books, 8' J
en June 24, at 7:30 p. m. The : ceremonies Bibles they did 'not want to

CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 THERON HUDSON Sunday School picnic which and is the house guest- T first year jtempejs-.and. Starke. They plan to : .........

PRESTON POLE I will include all church members I of'the Widegren's in Keystone.We special'awardS'"This grmip and! soon tq' resume''

I will be held June 23, from are:happy for'Don Wide :former winners :are, eligible to.the charming girls of : .

3 till 7 p. m., at Gold Head gren that he did not have to attend :Beautiful Camp Wood- City: '- I '

Copeland Branch.State .Park., Transpor- graduate with a cast on his rest July, 17-22. Mrs. L. M.' Summer Study Xlnder:1 1

foot. He injured his foot Royal has been:: the efficient! "
ation will be provided.The play- Several of the iT

I Community Church jig baseball $ome tjme ago, sjjpnspr ,of this project and I Bradford County will )

SAUSAGE COMPANY S ALACHUA FLORIDA Board of Stewards will meet and was afraid'the cas, would has helped many girls earn this;*various universities and 4*

___.- -------- ----_- ---T--- still be with him for the wonderful religiouseducational -.
June 12 In the educational graduation : ,.leges.Mrs.. S. C.Price : :
rents will
building at 7:30.: exercises but he was bej teived a scholarship to. ,
/ luckier than nterested toiknow' that the registration -, -
he though. A&M' '
University _
Miss Lila Williams has been p tk

added to the Community Bob Morgan, son of Mr. and fees are as follpws- :,,!Southern Education : ; es A IJ

Church Staff In the capacityof Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. also ation State ? ';,

Director of Christian Education graduated from Bolles. in .Sunday $J'4 ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Education and"Florida ;]

in charge of the Young June 4. fc CHURCH; -KEYSTONE .University. She will

People of the Church. She will :Miss Mary Ann Morgan. --A ",* !'a.: workshop for i( $ gd.

meet with them each Sunday I j daughter! Mr. and Mrs. H., Sundays::30 a., m. Church"Supervisors that will

I evening at 7 p. m., and the L. Morgan Jr., arrived nKey- School. 9:30 a. m. Morning-rected by Dr., A. E. i: .

I first and thfrdFridayc, also II stone 'on May 27' for a two-'Prayer and Sermon [1st Sunday Is the teacher at i; -

'p. m. All meetings',will be |week visit withher .parents.! Holy Communion! ]. 6 p.,Elementary who has ,,w. iai

; lat'7 the educational building.)!She will return to Btoomln- m. Episcopal Young Church'' '.earned the master of \: ;@@Il

Williams comes to us;,dale,.N. J., where she 'Is employed 'men. 'I In'education at'Florida : ,

., from 'Gainesville where she; on Saturday. June 1LShe : Holy.Days 7:30: a. m.Bolt'University' with further "

-'. t ... INEXTtlAS- I studied this kind of work, #t was here for the 'gt du-j Communion. !I,|:ate study at Tuskegee ,

r S 75 I the University of F1Qrida.I .I ajion of her brother ,Bob. from 'T1iIrd 'Wednesday Parish!!! lute. Tuskegee Ala. ::1 :

I St. William's Catholic Bolles School I Covered Dish! Supper. 6 or 6:30 :L Post Planning Ends _

j I Sunday June 11. Tffill be ,f. !p.' mi' I I The Bradford County | lKU -

Holy Name Sunday at which| ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I The Rev. Millard JL' Brey-, sis completed -. ,

time all the; men ot the con-'. CHURCH, KEYSTONE ogle Vicar.t *', I activities In Individual u :

; f gregation will go to Holy- C6mmunicm .1 ,Sundays 9:00: *.. to.*'Church: Faith' ins ;teriaD'*? centers which, ended ]I Ibappy'

together. School, 9:30: a. m., .,Morning I iCjhurch, Melrose I note. "All Is !
Sorry there was no covered I prayer( and Sermon list and ends well ,

dish supper this Monday due!I[3rd Sundays Holy O' mmun-!I! .Sunday ..services Church)I P planning! will begin on j;

: 'i School 9:45: a.'m Morning. 21 with pupils :;
Ion .
; ] 6:30
:U> the Keystcme Heights School;: p.m.
Eighth Grade graduation' and I Young Churchmen.t I II [Worship,tl\\ra.: ; & &&.James. school early In .

awards night being held that!I Holy Days 7:30 a. In. Holy:rrf//Ne 1e Jr-j ,pa.stor.TRINITY . Pupils who are six years ,.' .t J

evening. I Communion. I,. .I.I who'will become six by

I Third Wednesday -Parish., Y'Y... YrYYYY.Y.YYY7Y- 'ber Siwill be eligible to 2" JiM $ ; .
Cities Service Forty Hours Devotion first .
in the .
Covered Dish upper, 6:39: p- "I grade. -
begin at 10*. m..'Mas., on Sim- :' ME-LRQE Florida State Board of : .

day morning, Jim; 11.hi jom. ,I MJ

Starke. St." 'William's Chol The Rev. Millaro H... .Brey !. A AaA&A AA Box 210. Jacksonville .
PERS.DHow tain birth have alue...ere cu'r :
under the of .|f ogle Vicar. a certiftcate. Taste&l &pd w&Qme sctrical gifts las&g ?
direction ,.CtydyceSachmamr.
ISCOPAL' [4o one so ,
othei'nie ioEgDttefl.
l 'i 9 kmg at
with Janet Lamm I iI' CHURCH *
MELROSE may verily
,as organist'wfflslrig the .High i I I COSDniNTTY KEYSTONUHEIGHTS CHURCH Sundays .10 'a. m. chuich I All, principals in the So be a 41w/ utffuT giver!! See'The'uarcdots eelee ons f 6rioom, .N II IID
AdoraUori'wlll'' j *
[ mssuring is to know that whatever the distant iUass. continueafter I (School. 11:43a.. to.- Morning I ta-'J "making this < dadJ *'radaat s,ftmnvssarie3$3r. .IfetfVpffP <*T 4IJhe1 I

with of J Mass >w.ith the JTQllowing i[, Dr.: HoljjierMrs. PrWftr and jBgrmon [Ft st1Sunday ipsrntst ..1_'_ 7>V' i' I
to the next service station you'll make it plenty ,''persons their A. C. at yfrirIec..u" appliance !
keeping hour- '
I New f J. L. Hetherii ton. I Holy Communion 6'P.tni. Supervisor HonoredOn !
'fuel using Cities Service Super 5-DI Super t &ss electric
to spare \ vigils:111 a. m. till noon Mrs. Aithat'y Special Gift:jnay WE sug sta && -
; Churchmen. :
l uaAtet and ChobDliMtorSunday ; Episcopjal Young last Friday night
itthe longest mileage gasolene can buy.. ot !
5-D you ; Lena Clemens'Mr. and Mrs. llrj dHiwashar/orfiirfob Sc nm .tir TV-6et,1cir o&er'raajir ,
: School 8:45. a. m- m pnnua1qCotton Jress. ; ..
only because of its new super octane butalso,becaus I leo LeBlanc. and ..Altar Boys ;
; ; work snd1fibir IeiPLpRtPA.P.PWR : :
Morning Worship, W a. ,JD.,. I IiIyIay31O'a.. m.. Holy Lawtey, Florida .fir .electric appliance: to li igbten
ft Actually contains the best of every other gasolene im John and George Allen jtfoon< ,I *
Communion Shell was honored I
'provement yet made or known! A tankful of Super S.D till 1 p. mMr.. and Mrs. H. E FIRST BAPTIST -(}& UIWU -- '; /J.45

fe i Unkful of confidence I Come in and try it this week.! L. Morgan .jr.. .Mrs: 'HaroM,j|I JKEYSTOXE* WOY-IGITTS. The. VJcar.Rev. *Mfflard! BT.* Breyfogte. from county the The teachers honoree of -1IM'k7 JJnameJell /

Sutton and Lee Sutton. Altar! .- .
: : 1"7
sented "by President ,.. 3' :?.i
:" .
Boy; 1 till 2p.. m., M'. and J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph -g-- I' p 7! A :
Xlreen, who uitroduce4
SILCOXciTIES I ; Mrs. Tomes and Mr. and Mrs.,!Copeland. Minister 'Music. i COMPANY'
;' 'MELROSE president D. B. RicHard i I; LiGHT :::'\
i 5 Carl Piper; 2 tffl'3' p. xa.. Mrs.lend: church organist/ \. ; :: '
Sunday, 9:45: .. m.. Church she In turn presented s xrr IYUQ IQRI4 ()
Benedict Finzer'and .Mr. and I I Services: Sunday School:9:45io 'ISCho l'for'aliues.: 11 a. m.. ly'lingerie to former ; ..,.. I:.

1 Mrs. Cy yachon; 3 till14" p. jn.I iii. : Morning Worship,' lOtgO: 6:30 .,., .. .' -' -
Uning-Wotdp .rn.ko
; p Sheik >On Sat.. June \
@ SERVIC J' Adm. and-Mjs. .Anthony pan-' [ to. Trabins :3:00 .
a. ynwn p.I \h Fellowship.. will report for a :, .f iJ a $ : -
Lc. Mrs. Pearl. Wingenbach,,1m. Evening services 8:00: p.. Wednesday; ',7:50: P.;BL. Bi-' i'ing at Bethune-COO I'r'" : d.

Mr; .Petty! ,Godly! and .Mrs. uYouA-e! Invited ..aharehmuly i _
bl and Meeting .
Ave. "Starke FIa. e Study rtayer %lege. J3aytona Beach.
705 Temple I Molly Robinson; ; 4 till 5 p. m.,, Prayer time with us. : I
I Ptor.t direct two workshops:
.. Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle, Rer. Ted Springer,


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PAGE TEX .. '. ., BAPHY, STABEE FWktih.ii.aaED Cii. 'i.iG TAUDAYI JIl 8, .L1fl'L (.

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pursuant, to'Section (c) of Public It IB ordered that this order and L Lot1of Elk 8 Nat Com .1." : .
,Law 627 of the 84th Congress.All notice shall, be published SofNEa
persons wishing to be heard ," .eK for rO".C\lusecutiv41 'weeks/ii, r.t2e' cr.t Blk 2 in. run W 350 ft S : ;. ." ',!;.:.
are hereby notified to appear at Bradford County Telegraph/ :a' Xa't W.dlia.ms. SD Horace Dean n.l
nld xneet1n=, U"_ oaCt lhouuohEo4' I .t.\'altt rQ, ,. LpI-.2 tJ of Blk 2 in 165 ft for-a POB, .. \
themS 50 ft, K '
County; Florida:, &n.d.hating' a.'general
N4t SD
John Williams
.R. Phillips Chairman Levy Lennon 11.51 150 ft. X 50 ft, W '
't. '
State Road Department.l. 2t C-8 Witness circulation my hand in-feaW as.Clerk Oount':-f'.the* !:j-Lot.ln"SW u XWl4 Desc.ot 150 ft to POB 29 C 22 L 3fdatiIn4.'L: : 15 Ji I!1

., said Circuit Court and the stal*:)i *1n'.De d Ek 70 Pg Lots 12. 21, 22 of ';
said Court .at $tarJ, Bradford : 381 Ex R/W in Fik 2 mR XDowUiig 't '. : :' -- ;-" '

ford 'county. Florida., this. 28fd' day- Nat WJHUuis S/D 22 I 22 John ft Annie Williams 4.05 Add Guy and James L. \

NOTiCe of May, 19l.C1RU1T BI'I' atSW Cor of .'.- .:,.' '". ., t.; Andrews. 57.2Lets2&3otPlkS' .
4 kMe iHoh.oNeA. Notice ( COURT SEAL) .. NW otSWU. & ,: .'" .
Is Hereby Given that the ', I
Charles "
IS) A. Darby T :
NEBR. -If undersigned, desiring' to in .run E along '. Sec ". 1 In Gaskinsdd W J TOid itS' 2SJ
engage .la Clerk of Circuit Court of .. }, : I
business under the fictitious name braarord 'lAne 5iOft for .' ) Lt't3of BIkiof '' ..
County Florida. :
of "JACKSON & BISHOP" at 213 Hollis ,. TOB. N. 20* ft, E ; -: Butler Crt I
V. Knight SID. \
',Guy ft-JAndrews 3U3 ,
N. It-& O. ft to '- .
Cherry .
Street in the City of P. O. Box 842 Lots 5 ft 6 of Bit Bin : 1.f .
Wherein June comes in on of June. It is a beautiful S tarke, Florida intends to register Starke/ Florida '. .1 i Sec Line W "r-- Pinehurst S/D' .: : \Xarmfe* .
the al*nf .1; sec Line j*. Graham'V }
the wings of the rainstorm. We month out here. We usually Circuit said'Cpurt name with of Bradford the Clerk of the Attorney for Plaintiffs., .' 60 ft, W POB 22 6 :22"'. Levy 'Lennon: ; (05 *. '? -' :'* San4. 1311' !
County, :' .., .1 l .., s'25 H *-15 Com NW '0'; '. Lots 1 through is in *'" '
t'or of
I celebrate Decoration Day and have ripe strawberries, our Florida ; y.* at .( ;. _' '. -
W. T. Jackson .. : .4JW>4 of SW i & ,< < Parkwood S/D Ex ,..
my grandson visits. first green beans and new po H. A., Bishop .laThe C*.Btr ;'*4 *', ,-Ce rt OfBraaferi run S :210 ft BIOS port lots 7. 18 & '

lie lives in a land that lies tat The roses bloom and 5-25 4t 6-15 Gematr Prckate'-y PIic4ae: f-tiara POB. runS "'* -j.--- 19 conveyed. to ." j- -- -
Im : : & Ex .
City Lots 51
ICO ft, E 2S9 ft. .' ;
clean to the dry. birds sing.:The lawns are la In Re: Estate of Edward John N WO ft, W 2.lt .;' .' 52. 53, 54, 58 & 5- n.: : -
The Ctrralt: fe.rt Of The KJckth Whelan. also known oajpjjdwar*.;J. to POB 22 ( ULinnie Al S14 57 *" '.' '
Tyson Lifetime Const. Co. 3.U
Stretched wide as the rang lovely and my heart sings J. lifUl .C t'.lt Of Florida la Whelan Deceased.. *.*' -

of an eagle's eye when I wake up early and see Aa* 10'.. .Bradford Caatyt. la Notice Of : Filing petition For. Com at NW Oor of ,..' ., Lot 5t In Park wood 'L' i .. rLOt15 -'C '
SW I of SW i & :
: ,
t'aaaeery Final Discharge Of The ,Admini8tl'anbH -. .. P TV D v ic I1e. U..O
With the run E (10 ft. S 118' .' I in Parkwood ii i.. 'IILo I
never a wall or a marker sun come up over the hill CASE >O. 12988UC1KTING : ; .
I. TITLE To All Whoni :7 ft for POB run W -- /! F W Developers Inc. .7I.0
It May Concern ,
fence Happy June time to all at
you A..,E. SO ft S 100 ft, E t3 i in Parkwood a-_ .
ilcKinney Jr .
et al, Plaintiffs 'Xotice ',is hereby given that I
To limit the earth's magni vs-R. B. 50 ft, X 100 ft to. S/D 1 { F W "enl.per.Ic. 71.79
have .
and did you notice the new Defendants. Strickland. et aL. filed.my'flnal returns as Administratrix POB 22 1 22' H L Hartley 4,27 Lot 54 in Parkwood .
: the will annexed .
ficence. picture of myself our good NOTICE OF SUiT of tbe.Jst1ottdwbrdJohn with Whe K SA of S' of SELL SID .F.W'.. .Developers Inc. 770

Here a man knows more of In' The Name- Of The State of lan,. deceased; that I have filed my' of SWUS of SW-4 22 I 22 3 C A Crum 3.32 Lot 58 in Parkwood of : .- 'li '

stars than men. editor had made? I wear glasses Florida; *To: iR. Petition, foTxFna.l( Discharge, and j* of SW of N'Epar SiD '. :4 -*, ',? W Dtvelopn..jnco. 7 .70
ex Lot 57 in
B. Parkwood "
Stritkland. Sallie D. Magee that I'iIiapDJy' to-'the Honorable idOfSW '
John 2.27 '
Williams Eat
And a God whose universe extends now. Jessie Jones, James F Jones Theron A.' Yawn, County Judge of Lot5of" BkiIn] 22. 22. S/D :.. F W Developers, Inc. 78."'

Bye now God bless Jennie Hagauian and her unknown L"radford County Florida, on the Com at SW Cor of '' "JK '. N !
you alL 1 spouse if any, WUbert B. Rogers ,%ith day'of June mi,-at-1* o'clock B"-"ford Hfts NElL of SE 4 run fc.

Beyond the fartherst horizon LOVE, MOTHER LURA. and his unknown' spouse, if ,any, A, X., f F,,aj; coon itbereaftVr as the: SID Ex S 110 Jacqueline A iloorer' 9.23 X 400' to POB. Ely! ''i,.. : '' I

W._ B. Roger, Francis B. Hodges same may be heard for approval of EH otNW'of 4S' to Pt 190 X"of .' .1 ,
knows also known as Fannie Et. Hodges, the jam* and for final discharge SE" of NEU Ex U Sec line, X .1 ,,,, ,.... f. '. t

I A place where a spirit dreams LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST and her unknown spouse, if any: as .ueh.AdmtnLsttrIx.. .N 105 ft S' 22 5 Margaret Ray Colley 29 31. 99.5' to E W '..'i ... 1: .,.l. ..* .'. ..

and Owen Owens and his unknown MayMtM: "l.-. L grows. CHURCH spouse, if any.ftif alive, and if dead DarothyVAsnes 'Stir nliom' BEt. of XEU tl 6. 22 1 Percy Sullivan 18.31tots9ofEtkC Haves S/D Wely d :": .' &
P -Alice M. Swan. the unknown heirs, devisees grantees Admfhlstratr.U. with the Will annexed -. 637* to H Sec line, t": i io- ''' t:<\ <.-i.

F Sunday School and Worship 2 creditor.. ; lienoro and other of tke Estate of Edward in Blending SD S R Johns Jr. 8.73 S 13.8 to POB n. 22 Eat.759.
i Fred and
my grandson a claimants to the hereinafter described John Lot -
t Wheiaji.. ? t z of Blk 1CEx _Ar -
: friend came out from Indiana.He o4p.m.Sunday. lands, by, .through, under or 6-25 4t_,C?15 W 25 ft & Ex.X :. Com at S E c' .1 "\" J"t',' .It.'. ,. J
Tuesday Prayer 1feetinl'-7:30 against each such .deceased.the unknown ,35 ft of Lot lin E., NUDe W :" .*.*<,, _.
had been here about four heirs. ,' dev1eu.legatees., I.. The Ctrcmlt Ceart OfThe Orlff Town of 56.0! for FOB X ." '.'-i" .'
and a half years ago but had p. m. granteee, creditors 'and "all- ..other Eighth JadieUl CIreelt Of Florida Starko ..1: Carl Bitch 33.40 44 Dg W 371.99. .: t<.w : :

Saturday Church Service 7:80( parties or persons claiming any interest la And K.r BrMfer Ce at7>; Loi3oBlk2inL X 49 Dg E 150'I; .
almost -
t forgotten how nice the I in 'and to the hereinafter described !. Ckaarerr. *' -1 -' X 40 Dg W 300' to *. ,i," ,t. I
T & Coa/D .55 ', '
p.o1. :. Louvenia Robinson 2 t- h
West is. So this time he saw I *;ands. by through under CASE NO 1281Dn'ORCE ,. It2otBlk12inL Hwy R/W Xelyon .,' '. '
or against each Fannie B. Jenes R/W 123:38' E <', t ',\. '. '.
the state as still new and not also known.as F. B. Jones deceased Margaret Jamison Wycoff. Plaintiff T &' Cos S/D J W Robinson 409 311,5". S 621.85 to ,. W

60 crowded. He loved HOPE BAPTIST CHUfiCH William C. Jones also known vs Russell WycoflU Defendant. .E" 31 ft of Lot S ofRk Pi'g. 32 I II' .t. D'iTlia4 3594V
every '
as W. C, .Jones, deceased, James Order Of .15 In L Tie <
Publication And' Notice : .0
thing about Nebraska, and the Sunday 1'. Jones. deceased Christina Jones, .Tp Defend .:. Cos S/D. ,..; Enoch Tyson 12.32 Lots 5 thru 10 of V :;..' V
.Sunday School IIft. + t f -of Lot 4 of I' >_ f
I deceased. Jessie Q. Prevatt deceased. In TheName StIt.of N" t Blk 5 in E W !
Of The I ; .
people were all so friendly m. Morning message 11 a. m. Joseph 'Jones deceased, Fred Florida To: .*. 'Blk 11 In L. & .: t Hayes S/D & 1% :'? 1' 'it..

now that he is a young man. Training Union 7 Guy Jenes deceased, Uallie Jones deceased. Russell Wycoff.ll"o.. 'Coa'SID \ Alberta Watkins 536 of Magnolia St Adj ;. '', ," ,.

They had a wonderful visit p; m. Erenint Oliver Jones, deceased, and c/o Mrs._ ..Ted ,Wycoffisa I W' % o- 'Lots 1. 2 of Ex R/W P 1 .'P1)! ,:; '. *., 11.77
elp.m. C. Jones deceased,' respectively; wortn 2nd street V" Bik'23&Wof1ot 1 Lot as Desc in ., : .. .l '
they said. I do not know thatI Monday Bible 1"0 ors. Bell Douglas whose' residence RaymondriUe Texas. :_ : .}' 2 of Blk 24 .; DB 90-116 U' 22 ."fttlma Gren" 255
Joy Club 4 -1 Route 2 .Box 321 Alabama 'In' L T & Rpbtrt ..;, ,
have ever told you that this Brewton You are hereby notified that ;a Cos S/D Haywood Prooks 2127WufLots4&4 Lot in N E Cor of i .
5p. m. ;, and all persona or parties suit' .
In equity for divorce has been ." Lot2Blk 5 110' 0
state has more large ranchesout Wednesday 1 having or claiming to have any filed against you by Margaret Jamison 'otBIk27ln'LT&Cos : SQ lnJMJohne .,
In the Meeting right title or interest. in or to the Wycoff in the above named SID '0: Frances Slocum 3sms0 I4CDSFOfOI 881
western part of the '
:30p.m. Choir Practice following landt: -I ,. _. ,
; SSO p.! Court and cause and you are hereby Williams 3.55 '-
state and on the license plateson m.. Pastor Beginning at Northwest cor. of summoned ordered and requiredto L 1 Lot in NW Oor of .. : .
: Merle L. Packbam. NW U of SE% of NE>4 of Sec. 32 file tofBlk32lnL Lot2ofBlk5run
written defenses -

I INetJ your answer' or:
our ars is the slogan "The Twp. 6 S, R. 22 :E.. thence run N to. the,. complaint in.said 1' A Cos SID Walter Cummings 2.55 E 220' 5110'. : ,

Beef State." Our soil is fertile 88 degrees 29 minutes 10 seconds cause In the office of the undersigned 'Lot3-&N f5ftof ," W %0'. N 110' To .

01 D"I E 117.8 feet thence run S 1 degree Clerk Or that Circuit Court Lot 4 of,Blk 33 in ; POP En). .r. '. ThOrp". pt
here and .black and deep. This lee. 1..1.eetle. F.r T&i 16 minutes,."E 774.23 feet thence at Starke Florida on or before the l. T Cos SJD .- Emma Hughes Est 12.32 W300. ofNof : ,"

is a state of prairies and roll Notice" Is \ereby. F., 8. run 'N 88 degrees 36 minutes 30 22nd day of June A'D.: .' mi.- and 'Lotil 'of Blk 4S in L SEH! of NE% Ex I L'- ., .: "*.'

ing hills the Ca.rl fl&tOn the holder Given of that.. seconds E 241.85 feet to westerly to 'serve ia cdpyv thereof on:Theron .,Tt, Cos SID ..rI-. John H HicksU.C5 R/W 33 C 28 ,tJ L Hartley I- above
as '
poem so the"fo 'if'liJ-oFiwy'jta* of State Road 200, A. *.' .4-"' ,
10w1n& certificate has filed said Tawn Jr.* plaintiff Vtttbrney; Lots 2 of Elk 41 In L : -Lot4otfllk5ln v : ; ,

nicely describes. certificate for a Ur deed to be is- thence runS 48 degrees 10 minutes whose'adcltelS'ia' .: P. O. Drawer 791 T t Co. SiD South Gate S/D F Donald. B. nD, .tt I 01
lauec 30 second? W 555.? feet thence Starke, Florida; on or before. -aU Salli ft Joe Williams 564
Decoration I The certificate WH! of Lnt Com at NW Car of. "
Day got up earb I ers and years of num- run N 'Z8 degree 56 minutes 30 seconds date as required by the Laws of 1 of Blk .

ly and at a little after 5 o'clock of the I8auance tbe description W443.8 feet thence run N 2 Florida and the' Florida Rules ,of 10&S.20'otW1j -' NEofNW'runB ...
property. and the of Lot2BlklO 840' S 285' to S
degrees -54 minutes 30 seconds W
Civil Procedure.
If fail to do
I had the flag out and the Damu In which It was assessed are you L'T ft Cos Add Side of Canal for -
as follow8: 10612 feet to said P. 0. B., being so, a decree pro confesso will be Farmer's Supply 31.35Lt14ofEik191u ,
graves decorated with Certificate all of NW!% of SEK of NEK, and entered against you for, the: relief 1' POB,00ntSl35' -. ; ,
geraniums No. .
Tear of bluance W 356' to Canal :
1959 that portion of SE'4 of SEA! of demanded in the complaint. :* L T & Co Add Edwin Williams 4.09 -
and cut flowers. Near NEK West of State Road 200, and This notice: shall be published t.ts1314.ofBlk ." Ely along Canal -' '
Pro arty Com at a portion of the SW% of SE% of -24IuL T ft Cos 380' to POP 33 I. 22 Lets Y"VeQut.. 711
roon. dark clouds began to roll SE Cot of NE4 once each week for four consecutive I '
N'YLY 16U' run W 523.5'. NEtt of' said Sect Twp. and weeks in the Bradford County"Tele- Add Lester J Prevatt 14.63 Com at NW Cor of ,- ; .. .'" I
and we had rain the rest of on.N line 65' Sly forPOD 1100' N 1185'. Wly Range in Bradford County Florida. graph.-* % :'. i zotiS. 'It SW% o'NW'r _. J /- ,, '

the day. Services that were to POB.ln See 2f 'I' S SR BELY 103' to You and each of you are hereby Witness my band and-- the seal-of bfE'lk3linLT' run S 506' for -" '
22 '
Name in E. notified that a suit in equity has the Circuit Court at Starke. Bradford -. Cos Add z. Edwin Williams 72.57 POB S 358', E .'> fc ',

be held at the cemetery were Hogan, which. assessed C. C. been brought by A. E. McKlnney County FlotIda 'this 19th day Lot2&3ofBlk2 1 510.6 to RR R/W .: .. 1 Tojr 't..t 1 .}. '

held inside. The sun is shining All of said Jr.. W. H. Noegel. Jr.. and Elizabeth of May.CD.. 1981. Ex Rd in Highway -- N on W R/W 358' >\ ..\ '
County of Bradford property being In the Noegel his wife against you and IB C.... .7..ge*. 'C*srt, IB Am* .Addition t' Robert G Green 40.13 W 616' to POB 33 t 22 ." Evi.' b.rt..aarrl'ol1 '(.S*

now and it is hot outside. The StAte of Florida. also against Cora B. Winans, Jessie Ffr: Vra4f.rd>C4amir. Florida Lot. 1.ft 2 of Blk 33 Beg at NE Cor of f.' H: ': .

vegetables in the garden are Unless such 'certi lca.te or certi Mae Scott Brack Prevatt. ,Carrfe In Tev'Km.teT.otJUrfred' L. Brown, in;Peek* Add I Pauline Thomas 31.90 NWU of NWK & 'p .
ficates shall be Darby Hitch, Mary Jones and dee. '.' run S 361.5 W' -
really We have redeemed according and C. A. 'Lots %. 3, 4 of Blk .
growing. lett Hoover-Putch Company
o law .the NOTICE TO CREDITORS 361.5 N 361.5. E ,
Property described in Futch as the sole surviving partner All creditors of the of .Alfred 32.In.JM ohns POB lit. I 22 Jacqueline A Moortr II.tr
such estate 361.5' to t24 .
and radishes to '
tuce onions certificate $.%
be AMtf.lSatS'.or. highest will as defendants. in the Circuit Courtof L. Brown, deceased!arc hereby F. : Joseph H. Cumber .. .

eat. They are really delicious. court..houlle.door on the bidder. first at Monday the. Bradford County Florida, in. notified and required wrfile any B el' .at NE Cur of : Merrill Edwards -: -

I have no son to give should 'in month of July. 1961. which Chancery and you are summoned, claims demands whfcla' they may, SE% of NE% run ;: -_ Tax Collector
la the,3 day, of-July, 1951. rdered and required to file your.' bar* *S>.t said frt te In the 'of- W..33i. ft S 330 fttoFO'E'thejiE130 City Of Starke. Florida w
I rejoice Dated tbis! '" ,day .of written answer or defenses to the fice of tbe.CoulityJud&* of Brad- q
May, 19i1. > <
That else must (SEAL) Complaint filed herein against yon fqrd Cototy.Florida,. in the Court. 850 ft W 130 ft .
some one Charles A. Darby In the above entitled cause. tn' the house?at<.:Starke.. Florida within ,N, 50 ft .to. POB 2t 1.22 Ltla Buckles! 7.64 ,
know Clerk Circuit Court of Brad. ottl,8:0t the Clerk of Circuit Courtof eight calendar jnonthj from the 4ateof r' ,
for Bradford County, Florida, in the the first publication ef this no .
The pain ? ShouldI County, Florida 1 :
parting .
:.of County. Court House in Starke tice. Each claim'or demand'mutt fee : --------1 .
8-1 4t22
rejoice Florida on or beore June t, 196) in writing and must state tht'plact ,
r and to BM-ve.a. copy of quch answer or residence .officeaddress
sod port
That some one else must pay b....!..h 1t'r:'C f tb.. or' defenses upon HollI VKnlfrht Of'th '..
the. price F.r' Bradford. C.a.ty, FUrMa. ,' whose address is P. O. Box 842. to by the claimant, his agent or his BUSINESS DIRECTORY
In re: Iflsute of Riley Smith Was- S Stark, Florida. pIa Intltts' attorneyerein. attorney er. it will become YoUaeirding -
Of liberty? must pour blood din. dec.. h on ,or before such date as to law. 4, .

NOTICE"TO CREDITORS required by the Laws of Florida 1981. ,
of her blood May .15 ...' .' '._' '.....* .. _.' '
All = / ; !
creditors of the estate.of Riley and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro A. J. Thomas Jr. _t-- : -. ;: -_-- - c -__ .. .j c ; "
Into the swelling tide thatb Wasdlu deceased, are here cedure. If you fail to do so decree By; (Sr) George H., Pierce : : : : -- -,

y notified and required f6 file any pro oonfesso will be entered against Attorney for Administratrix '

surging on. claims.or demands ,which they may you for the relief demanded in the Dolly Brown ,. .. o"'-".- rwlFirst ., .thqi4ss AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES
Knows only to destroy&and be b are aKainst said estate in the of. complaint' publication on' May 11
destroyed? fice of the County'Judje ofE'rad- You are further notified that the (CIRCUIT COURT-:.SEAL) .. TRANSMISSIONS .
ford County Florida, In the Court nature of said suit is to remove Charles A. .Darby-. Clerk of the Lillian'sMusic Store
Ah no!! Mothers of men rejoice house at' JStarlte. Florida within clouds from and quiet the. title of Circuit 'Court 'of Bradford Mauldin Auto Glass Electric Motor
eight.calendar.months from the date plaintiffs to the above described County Florida.. "Gainesville.Leader' Since IJJJKRAKAVER ;

of the first publication this nor eal estate as an. Indefeasible fee By; Marian L. Crosby 4 COMPLETE .STOCK CURVED AUTOUATIO TRANSMISSIONS I Repair Co.OF WINTES-CAEL1
Though you give all to free- ice.: Each claim or demand must simple title 'V t.. J Deputy :Clerk. ., '
dom's be in writinr' and must state tile 6.25 4t -lS GLASS ABE OUR BUSINESS, GAINESVILLE INC. PIANOS PIANOSGRANS(
place'or residence and post-office Windshield Door GIllS & CHORD ORGANS $159-1375
Service. Repalr --Vork COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTO I -
For you there will still be the addrens.oI the claimant and must be -vs
sworn to by, the claimant.' his agent KOTICI! .,, Replaced In Any Make Guaranteed SALES AND SERVICE Guitars Drums sheet Music

memory or his attorney or. to whiT become -
'Truck '
Car Or "Distributor of BudgetsFR
Of tiny ,hands a little head void according to law.. Notice hereby given that the following described' ''e '101. Lamar PearsonAT
Hay U,.1911. U public -Action; at 13:00 o'clock :We Handle Saftey Glass New Lincoln Motors"FR 6-5931
Close pressed against your noon.on the >th < y'or'J'IIRe.A D.
'Thomas '
A. J. Jr.. 1951, at the City Hall, City of li'tate 112 S. i:. First
breast By (S) George H. Pierce. of Starke County. o Bra4to d. FR 6-2558 TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE 2-8318 Oftinesvi&t
Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to Jbe

While I have nothing but a Attorney b ra Edw&rds for AdD TCasdln nlatra.trix I same together with an costs of such sale and a4nrtJ$1 E. Uli.S. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville I 1030S. Main, Gainesville '

hungry heart First Publication on IS .Uay. lid. Lot 1 of BIkila .. OPTICIAN"
: .
5-11 4t i Green Acres .
S/D .
And I have Ernest E Tanner \
empty arms no Com at BE Cor of .

son.I Xetlce. Of A"Untlea For Tax Deed ,See and .run W. ." .. AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO TRIMBaker FARM EQUIPMENT Beckum's Opticians

found this poem for Me- Notice See.Is 194.19 Hereby, .. 8.Given, that RunNlOStt.W 105 Ft for--a POE . -. Ltsdwj L,. B twa, B. a

mortal.Day. My own son returned Carl Harton the holder of the fol lOft,81951tE Rush's Tractor Co. Inc, Lenses Duplk4te<- lowing certificates has filed said 1'5 ft to FOB' 2| I '22 ''' '' r Prt t # 12.57 Auto Trim I
but .
home'safely. many Eyes
certificates for a tax deed to be Issued Com at SE Cor of ... : .f' .' IMTESIAL CHRTSLEB PrtscripUoM
mothers' son did not But there thereon. The certificate num Sec ft run W 313 **' '. .: ,- :" NEW HOLLAND Fflle4 Promptly

is still pain for the* woman b ere and years of issuance the description ft for a POB' run ... .' ., ,'. PLYMOUTH, VALIANT .I CUSTOM, INTERIOR TRIM 22 W. Univentty FR Mill
of the property, and it.ena.mes X 105 ft W 210 ft, : 4. authorized Sales Parts -Service ALLIS CHALMERS
who had no son to give to free In" which it was assessed areas 'S 103 ft. E 210 to \ \. <.-.' i. MASSEYFERGUSONFarm Gainesville, Fla
follows: 'pOD'U. I '22 Letter 'PrevattAlberta mi Headliners Arm Rests .

dom.Don Certificate-$. >47.Tear, of"lasuancH9S9. LotbofBlk 2 hi' HawesPowersMotor Floor Mats Upholstering .
and a boy he hired has r. f. n' '* Sunny Awe SID Tyson 2.56 Lowest Prices Equipment And Tractors POWER SAWS

gone to Sioux City to have an. Description 61 'Property" % of Lot 4 of BUt 2 la ." ': ."'t "'"ho' a,. Co. FR6-4385 ;
8WU of NE1 of SW% tx parcels Sunny .urea. Annie Jane Dell 17.81 FR 2-3236
air conditioner put in the new .sold. SEe 38 T. 8 S. R. 22 B. Be* at SW Oor of Archer Rd. Gainesville McCULLOCHFR U
will Name Inhick assessed John NEU of ." 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville
Pontiac ambulance. It Williams Estate. % run : .\ \ : PR 2-2581 I lAWS

have to be down there until All of said property being In the f N 433.3 305 ft.ft S,179 Sety tt. 4 -.J1..,' .,;.. '. .,. It $4 N. )IaIn, GainesvOlo lfE\V-VSED 8AI4BVIIFlork1
Oountji of Bradford State of Flori -
the W 347 ft to POB 'Main GARDEN SUPPLIES
Saturday. Gabby is under Used.Cars 312 N. ,
da.Unless ExiltinNWCor ,. COMMERCIAL saw Co.
bed asleep. Ha! He likes to such certificate or certificates ThfiNkSbyleO . "f. ", PR 6-3400 ., '
"-; '" t I-- .
shall be redeemed accordingto Ft S & W n .... Johnson & Paris Inc. PSI-rUI
tide in the cars and I have to law the property described In t. U 'Leatha5bing .a Pat- REFRIGERATION ,

laugh when I back up-he such certificate or certificates will PlklS.otBlW- ,-r---",'po'> ',too.',1,'",:.y..hi' t-ereoi. I.16 Complete Line of 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-OalniivilU
: ;
be sold to the highest bidder at the .
turns to look out the back court house door on the first Mon Ex Lot in NE Cor .- : ... r.- ,. i. LINCOLN MERCURY SEEDSPLANTSFEB1'JLIZEB8 -

window as if to see if .I hit day la month of July. 19(1 which 160 UOFtE&W.X Itlf "S'J'0'1". .. : "." .s _..' h COXETFLtTEENAVLTuth1zed Refrigeration SEWING .MACHINES
is the 3 day of July 1961.
anything backing up. Hal I Dated this 29 day of May. 19S1. SoR3W&BIk E% oSBlki&2 ". .\.ij.: &' .. ".. /, ...n. A SlJe&&n1ceParts Insecticide*-Pet Supplies -

1aug (SEAL Charles) Darby. 3SatR'lW Ex.. .. --",-',:. t-. .'' -t.1 r., '.'- Service Co. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Singer Sewing

when It dries I 2% A in S. Cor In -.. 7: -"';"- '. Tnlaed.. MeehanlciGail
Now enough Clerk 'Circuit Court of Bradford ., : '' 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0471 I Machine
TemplM SID also Vaed Can Center
shall hoe and rake my garden County. Florida.8-1 4t -2S ex parcel sold .:,.. ., "Jrl, .: Sidney Leopold. Owner Gainesville, FU.
over. I can almost see things Dose DB 53 Pg 41 '',-.t \ Used 6incer fiewiag ;Mtiines \
ft Ex Far Sold .;. ', Barkley Motors Cesunerdal RerrifwaUon I Many Ou Of A 1D&4 .

growing. I have things all Xstie Of A"ttcatUa Fr Tax DB S5-149 21 I 'U". El Ranch Uotct( "!>.*$!$." Air Conditioning
planted but sweet potatoes and See.,154It. F. 8. Lots 5. $ of Blk 1S' jL.ffHarwood LADIES WEAR Starting: At |9J5FB
1S N. Main Gainesville Frifldaire lee Mkm
Notice la Hereby Given that In N-Reno SID' .' .'to
late sweet corn. So far my Carl Harton. the holder of the following Lots'l. 7 of Blk' E:.. ; .'" 'Brook.'' ;. *'4.0S.:! ;" ., ": Sold And. 'Serviced AnytlmaGainesville 6-8310.
has -. I haveit certificates has filed said 13 In N-Reno S/D ,Il : 116 W. University Gainesville
garden .no LM-yy LongJn. '
certificate for tax deed to be Issued Lot, FR 2.8382He1chta' --- _
a J of BUt li In '. ,' 4 .s. : ,f 't'.i- Cherry'sG .
clean.low happy I am. ,thereon.. The certificate numbers North Reno SIDaJ, Annie; Ifa Pre" & Co. Inc. Fa 6-7700 '
"A1 tU B. G. Motor\ '
This afternoon I have some and years of issuance the description LotIoSBtkIS InN .** Most Fashionable .
of J the property, and the Ren* S/D ': SPORTING
time for doing what I wish. It names la' which It was.assessed are Lot S of Blk *0 in t. I4a.Jlay.'J'.a_ -'155. .-,. Address For Ladles
is a rare thing. Last week we as follows: N Ren S/D '. .' -. .', Sally J.Wj111un. "tss TTTTJ.MAVQLBSMOBILE CONCRETE PRODUCTS DRESSES SUITS COATS

Certificate No. 1L, Tear of Issn Lot I 7 .of Blk 24In '. .. ',. .- ..p' .WJ".l. CADILLAC
had two funerals and the one ance 1959.Description. .. N-Reno SID ',.. .. : ACCESSORIES '
Fred Lot 3. 4 of BIt 1 in r>-' 'WIW1IL&S. P01r61t. US INSIST THAT AlL. TOUR IDS W. University Gainesville This Area's 'M:Coitpleie. LInt
on Sunday helped of Property, Lot ? of -, ., ',.; lutSodzed Sales-Service Parts ef '
Gahagan ,. Spsrttas Gda at
Ex I
Grandpa Don with the funeral .
RlW' 0. FR 675158.W.eecond
at the church. He had b blade Jenkins.All 'to which assessed Wilbur Lot S In- Blk 1 inGahagan ".... ,. ."' :.- Lee 'mu.l..t. ,. J 115,. GainesvilleVOLKSWAGEN ARE THE BfiST.FROM MEN'S WEAR Jimmifl1iez
S/D Ex .. ; -! u. I
,suit and white shirt and black of said propertY being in the R/W Aren ,

County ,of Bradford,. State. .f, Florida. Lot : .neUq. : .. Edwards Building
tie all set.FRUIT 3 ofk'S/D 2 inGahagan .- -""- ..J "., .. : '.- -: Silverman's 111S W. University 'U1t.f .

: SALAD: i like this .Unt ss suck -certificate or certificates Lots IAYF" IAnsa 2.55 .
12. "
15,61. Blk fiefvlca Paris' Supply Inc. .
shall be redeemed according t In ;, '.\to t ', i' -a $ J.- .
,salad. I cut up about 1 cup Gahagan SID. ..:fI reae.fludaon for Men and Women -
; to. Uw the property described, in Lot 10 ef Blk 3 ta .tr..1C.U. apparel SHOES :
canned peaches, and fruit you aurh 'certificate or certificates wUJbe I Gahagan BID ;-.f f ;.': 1 ; Mffler.BrwrtMotor 726 S. Main FR 2-4SU Our newStcee next to
,sold to the highest bidder at the .: i'7' .w.w.''fk..a2.55
happen to have. as pineapple !court h UN doer on the first Monday Com Sl$' E ft 1$' ,. ., -. ; Gaiaesvffle Fla. Florida Theatre Bob's Shod Store
[ .
: In Mont -of July' liSt which L N of S.W Cor ef "'X < f Inc. -
or pears, a couple of oranges : is U e S day*of July 1961. XW'4 or sw" S. : .v. -- "-.;,. 1: !, .FORMAL. WEAR' RENTALSGAINESVILLE Shoe fat Tt fiittre r* flTFOKTCXB

cut up and .two.small ripe I Dated .tM.s' 29 day at Kay '1961, 1WESr-SiQy' .. '. .*',. -. '.ik.4' ;'.It ",. ':1. ,' .. : S .a tp B KEN
bananas a few red cherries in l SEAL ). 'W 50 To POB 22 I' .J! VflEhi'L.. Pf-rc.<#\ f.Id' :{!%A: TR 2353210M DOORS"WIND ,FLA. -
v' ,CHASM i'
CornltS'E&2N- :. fEND WOMEN
I 'CharlA.. Daroy "-bi u. ?,1 j l Sfratorslty Ave. GainesffQa '
those little bottles-Sweeten to Clerk' of Circuit,Court ..f Bradford of SW t Cor ofVNW ,_,-. \ WELL
%' of SW<4 X" J :. '. .' ., ..., .-. .- ". .- S FOE CBXLDSSH
taste chill and eat on a hot County Florida .. Vi".u.tel..
6-1 U 623OF 250' FOR POB.: X.: p w.. .T .'.. '. 'w :-,rtt' : :" p Bags MiUtncry .-: %c&ssorie*
summer day with cookies. a 100 Nt' W 4-S .:. '' "T'. ._. : Florida Jalousies MOVER 21 W. TTnirertttr- ,. .
10'S 50 To : ..sur : Crane Motor 'Co.

.lettuce is wilted put water over Notice ta .hereby given that 'the Parcel. TOesc r In D R: ., . *, : YARNS-TOYS
State Road Department will hold Sl'443 12.. df2: r .IAB- GUA.'ENGLBHI WINDOWS DOORS

it in .which -tablespoons* of fa. Public hearing 'concerntnr the Lot n.t ,Blk 1 In .* W&1ttI'.lrut rt t'il "T-, ; :" '" '/ FORD ALUMINUM AWNINGS Gainesville MayflowerLOCAL
: Jack and JillA
:location aid economic' effects* of ; '
vinegar have been added. "TTWlUi.
I .tWiflt12aS/D '. We1 ,
.. .
StateJob N Federal fAt
1tl'45U"> ". Beach; Awning Windows
,Warm,vanish'a-bit before using : ,:Aid ''Project N& F- OI-1 .(4). SUttRoadNo Xt priUlaros SD' :, .. Ir-W ;WJitt. :'Authorize Sties & BmiceTn Palm AND LONG DISTANCE Complete Un. '

and It will spread' eIerTo : ,. ZlO UJ-S. 401).from the Lot J f Blk Jst ; :. '- .y '4.55 .' teU Serrtc* for All p All Meet : Specifications MOVING Tares ,,- Needlcwerk N4tbiI.
: : Q MakesI
Alachua 'jSt&rke.The
County X4n to wtUbuBS .. 'i4J Write,Or Can For Bstisuter '
a gingerbread mix try addIng ..Hearing? will .U: held in .th Lot, .. of 'Elkvi.. Nat ... . *raIJaiv nity.ATe. FR 2-4251 I .FE14Z15 Fro Instructions .

a Jew cut up dates. Bradford County Court UOBS in ,:Willlaawi S/D 'j t t.tA W-cu..f-' ,! IN Stance And CrattefGaismffi Toys83t1nTrIIt I\q--.

1s..tho. tarke. Jlortds '.t:;lOM .JL.M. B. S. Lot IS TBtk t in -.l .':. .y tt. je \ .. .t T1a 1117 Hfiv&srae: ,R
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