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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Judge Enters Plea j
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Saratoga AreaBad
?T Moore Named

4i ,. Joe Reddish Stands
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II :y Stanjing mute when arraigned -|that time.Reddish. lmerStarke

1 Monday in Union is accused in the Ii Star Resident Still City Council Tuesday
Bounty Circuit Court accused shotgun slayings of Union f e night approved the appoint
.. layer Joe Reddish had a pleaf County Deputy 'Sheriff Ha] i ment of veteran policeman
not guilty entered for him by Croft 30, and Special Deputy Cornelius Moore as assistant
I II I Judge John A. H. Murphree.In Ronald Jackson, 24, as the police chief..

remaining silent Reddish wo men sought to serve him $. Council Gets Moore an II year veteranon
II vas acting on the advice of with a warrant for shooting 4 the Starke police force, was
I ;ills attorney, Sigsbee Scruggs .jito a friend's home. I More Gripes"Bad" appointed to the position by
who argued that the arraign- Acording to Union County Mayor W. T. [Billy] Jackson
..fLqL ment should have been delayed Sheriff John Whitehead: the : city water was again who along with Police Chief

J because Reddish had not ccused killer shot Croft and i a topic at the regular. meetingof Riley bwea, recommended

yet recovered sufficiently froma Jackson with buckshot, killing I the Starke City CouncilTuesday : him to the council q.
1 1 1I-i bullet wound, which investi Croft instantly and fatally -x i night with the situation The position was left vacant

gators report was selfinflictd wounding Jackson. He then t termed better, but still last week when former Assistant -
after he shot two deputies j! picked up Croft's service pistol 1 far from solved. Chief Ashley Brown resigned

FeJC in May 23. 'alScruggs shot himself in the chest. .I "I'm still getting com- to take a position .as
r r4 f w contended that Red-Ii Reddish was hospitalized in .. Ii plaints;' Councilman Wayne Bradford County deputy sheriff

dish had not been in mentalcr Bradford County Hospital in j Douglas said, then added, "We .
physical condition to con- I'serious condition. After a can do nothing but drain the Jackson also reported the

ult with his attorney and enter three-day fight for his life, he _- C I pipes and that doesn't help police department to be short
a plea. Judge Murphree rallied and began improving *o much." two men since Brown resigned

granted a 20-day period for rapidly. Becoming difficult for One resident in the Sara- und one part-time member r

E :the defense to enter any mo- guards to handle in the localhospital ; ., ili toga Heights area where of- of the force Is I nn--- -soeial---
dons, saying the trial date he was moved to the H E MT I Pensive odor and stains seem security and is not allowed to

would foe: set at the end of State Prison Hospital at Rai- x 'LO be worst, said "It still work but son many hours. AH
ford where he is now kept. ;smells but doesn't seem to applications for the two posi-

; Trial Motions Denied s..w .., stain as much." tions will be considered the
Two Views of County's First Public Boat Ramp -
i Judge Murphree also denied Councilman Carl Lamar mayor said.Conner.
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Nominated Mrs. Ruby Johns, member of the Starke City Council and
motions from three prison inmates Johns, himself a resident of W.
On Little Santa Fe LakeBradford's an ardent supporter of the Starke Recreation
, John McLain Jack Program, is Madison Street, near Saratoga
Campbell and Dallas Epperly, awarded a certificate of merit by City Recreation Board Chair- said, I never noticed any PledgesTo

i First Boat Ramp For County !for new trials after they were man Fred Snell for her outstanding work on the program. staining at my house but the ProtectFla.
convicted of the strangulation vvater still smells foul."

I, t Pronounced 'Ready For Business9Bradford Authority murder three were of a-sentenced cellmate.to The life Rescue Unit Alert Planned which The new water city is well pumped, from to Farmers

imprisonment, after the jury these residents, has pumped

I I t County's first pub- cess to Florida lakes and water- picnic spot. It is high and well- Seven men have been nomi ecommended mercy.Pamphlet To Test Telephone System sulfur since it began operation, Doyle Commissioner Conner announced of Agriculture last

:lc boat ramp is "ready for rays before they are cut off |I I shaded] and as soon as funds nated for membership on the and tne city has introduced week that when current licenses
.1. business," according to an an- Entirely; by private ownership.,i are available the county wikely 1 new Bradford County the chlorine into the pipes to
Development Set rescue squad, amount- expire In July he will
nouncement yesterday by the Channel Provided I I! build picnic tables, a Authority and 'the u' i to $1,860. The budget in- counteract the sulfur. The tighten bond requirements for
Lake City office of the Game On the Santa Fe site the I I shelter, and toilet facilities names will be sent to Governor To i all necessary equipment drawback to this treatment, Sealers in agricultural products
and Fresh Water Pish Com- Commission constructed a I,j The graded road into the site Farris Bryant for appointment. Explain the repair of the unit's according to Street Superin- protect the Florida
mission. heavy-duty ramp of reinforced!jhas; already been put
Located on the east side of concrete slabs. The structure condition.Bob the Authority, one nomination n; Driving Permits rescue: chlorine seeks high places in Conner said he plans to raise

Little Lake Santa Fe, the facil- i3. 20 feet wide and 52 feet I Peavy a regional fishery was made for each commissioner Beise stressed the the water pipes and the sulfurs ,the maximum'amount o| bond

ity is assessable, from: either long, with approximately 24'' biologist with the Game district, and two additional The Department of for members with skills settles in the low places. from $10,000; to,'$20.000. and

: Highway 100 or 21, with directional feet under the surface of the j:Commission has been praisedby members from the county at Safety will distribute ; as welding and carpentry Saratoga Heights, Hic&s says, scrutinize very closely the ,a-
signs pointing the way. water to insure easy boat | county officials for his, inland large. .is one of the lowest places in
Sept. 1, a million assist in the repair and*' mount of bu&ess"dond by a'
J < The Game Commission spent launching even when the lake terest efforts in pushing Nominated were: Bryant I explaining the new birthmonth of equipment? the city. Most complaints seem dealer before' letting'1ilm' get i
'' around $3,500 on the facilities level Is low. The Commission, ihe: project to completion.. Reddish, Ter- to come from that area now.
Lawtey
; Clyde issuance of drivers' lir.ense& He'also stiess d.that by .With a small bond which
, ;as a Federal aid project, with also paid for the digging of a "Without ,Bob Peavy we .still. willeg-ar, North, Starke; Carl I" anyone! Citizens from all parts of the be inadequate.' .
I (about ,75 cents of 'each dollar channel from 'the' ramp wouldn't have-the boat 'ramp_ Johns 'South Starke; W. 'H. It will be one of the I' uad eI! meetings:is invited held to on.attend alter- city were troubled by the sulfur' may"This does not-mean''' that

coming from Federal funds. through a swampy area to the finished is the way one Maxwell, Hampton; and Zedra and most far-reaching educational Thursdays in the county air first but chlorine seems every dealer will haTC fto post
The facility here is part of a main body of the lake. spokesman put it. Hamilton Brooker. Nominateds programs ever undertaken Several training to have cleared up most spots a $20,000 bond" Conner said.:
statewide program under which The channel is about 200 !(', Peaty said that the Commission s- j serve at large were S. 1,. in the state to instruction sessions are except the Saratoga area 'This Is just a Tnp-xipw"1.'; We

the commission Is building a- feet long and 30 feet wide at desires to cooperate inputting ]Peek Jr. and Norman H. Willis. drivers with how the : in the near future, Light Bills ExplainedNew will determine how much bond
round 20 ramps each year in the bottom. Its sloping sides ij i j jl ramps on Sampsoni The nominations were made works.. said. insight into last winter's each dealer needs Individually.
make it around 80 feet wide i i, an effort to insure public ac-i by a committee from the Chamber Question and answer pamphlets Amount of the bond will be
at the surface.. Depth is from,I i''when and if sites are madeavailable of Commerce 'board of directors will be given at the council meetingby based on one-half of'the deal-
live to eight feet. ) by the county. Set Councilman Wayne Douglas,
and were approved by> through outlets such as er's best month's business as
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, Barge Canal The boat launching facility's \ Sampson Lake Next the entire board. The nominations Judges' offices, Florida Highway ir"f who stated that he and former it has been in the- past. The
: constructed on two lots 5 It is understood that deeds will be sent lo the Governor Patrol stations and principal Q Leave Light Plant SuperintendentRiley $20,000 will simper be thee
, Is Important which( were made available to) are now "going througn channels" with a request for theirofficial grocery and shoppincenter Wasdin inspected fiv maximum.

the Game Commission under a : in the Container Corporation appointment. locations.The or Camp houses in Saratoga and found He said the increased maximum -

Rotary Told perpetual easement by the organization, which The Development Authorityj 1961 Legislature authorized them to be improperly wired. was needed because' of

Bradford County Commission.!I i will make a site on Cypress created ,by statute at the issuance of the drived Circuits in these houses were Inflationary prices and bad experiences
The county obtained the lots i,;..!: Run at Sampson Lakei i 1961 Legislative session an permits every two Companies B and C, 748th overloaded Douglas said thus with
I years : inadequate
of the i Bn.
The importance proposed along with other
I cross-state barge canal 'with 120-foot frontage in available: for ramp purposes.Peavy i will receive the first $1S,000 the driver's birthmonth an gd of the 48th Armored Di causing the resident to have a !bonds during the past year.
described at the RotaryClub (trade with a group of property said'that if the site becomes in race track revenue coming the new system will be in operation I will leave Sunday for: ,iiigher electric bill. Dealers must post'the bond

was Wednesday by Gordon!: jwners on Big Lake Santa Fe available, the ramp: I|i to the county in the fiscal id l by September 1961. l Stewart Ga., for the an An overloaded circuit can be with the Department of Agriculture

Thompson Jacksonville businessman who wanted some unused would likely be constructswithin I II j I years 1961-62 and 196263. Pri:1 fHere is how the system w : summer encampment o:f compared to a water pipe too before they can secure
I and a director of the county streets closed in that the fiscal year starting::mary objective of the group work: I days active duty training small to carry the water being Florida Waterways Committee. area. The county agreed toj i July 1. He said the ramp on I'I'I ':1 will be to bring new industry All drivers born in, September Both units will direct forced through it. It takesgreat the past fiscal year the Department
close the streets and deed the )Cypress; Run would to Bradford go
requires I, County. October November an I } Starke energy to push a lot of issued 1,815, licenses
through Fort
Thompson said the barge property to adjoining more work than the one on I I i: The nominated members, December this year will art,to their bivouac water through a small pipe i the and recovered $105.000 for
with inlandwaterways areas
tie in
would
canal if the
interested ob- oanta
Fe.
parties I i(I though not yet officially appOinted their licenses before the they will spend four calls of which offer great re- Florida farmers.
of 31 other states
t tamed! a suitable site on the. The program for public !, will i stetance to the The
ac- meet Friday nightityjat of their birthdate month. in the field. running water: Commissioner quoted
of the Mississippi River,! |
east lake for the county's use. ,less to all lakes in the i+ 7:30 with members of the People born in odd numbered i I An overloaded electric circuitalso several "bad experiences" at
1! and has been declared econjomically I Peavy Praised II The entire training
period
was first proposed by the, I)I Bradford County Fair Asso- years will get a twoyeathe II' offers great resistancemore if random:
feasible from the I Plenty of parking space forrt > County Recreation Departmentn : I i' ciation directors to discuss 'license good until that wontch I be spent !in filling the mls'I current is applied thantan "Last year four farmers in
I standpoint of the amount [fishermen is available 'I I n of an ordnance
a which was instrumental i in I possibility of obtaining mat In 1963. 'I company freely flow, and the more Plant City. area filed a $24,000
cargo that would be 'djarea; that has been cleared by'Bjthe > effecting the trade of property t I II !! big state funds for proposed Those born in even ; providing maintenance sup- resistance the more currentContinued claim against s dealer for

, through it. It would be eve t county and will eventually l I that made the Santa Fe La.kejfair!I and agricultural buildingsI ed years will get a license fo [Continued On Page Eight ( On Pace Eight] [Continued On Fare ElIhU
valuable in time of wa r.jbe
I more developed into an attractivee. Mte available. |I I I for the county. -
one year or until his birth-
Johns
' Oil
lie said, and would save un- In Lead' .
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month in 1962 and then will
told losses to U S. cargo from 'Most ,
,: enemy submarines.The Effective In Committee'Sen be issued a two-year license i ,. .
good until 1964. !

!1 estimated.speaker cost of said the that canal total is Johns Credited With the Throughout same system next will year,apply.1962,;j' Midget Leaguers Exhibit Form.
Saving
\ $15.000.000, and that Presidengennedy t I| an Persons born in an even year '
has'asked Congressfor
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will get a two-year license;
$190,000 : for preliminary-' State Prison Appropriation From those born in an odd numbered I Games ScheduledAt

!RD- year will get a one year
i permit good until their next 5:15 Daily -v
efforts to boost the canal by i month of birth and then the
writing their Congressmen and Ii S Slashing By Cut-Conscious Solons renewal will be every two years I j On Playground
ether influential leaders.
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from then
on. !I
L 1 I Ij I Starke Builders Supply .
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p j I i soundly trounced the Community -

Rescue Unit Ii would have suffered, includ- structed on the old airport proJ1,J1,Signs Planned ''I'I'( esday State In the Bank Jaycee 20-7 Midget last'I'I
ing the long-sought pay raises I
perty In Union County. Event-i League
lor guards and other low-paid ual outlay for this project will\ To Be PlacedOn
NeedsVolunteers ; Sen. Charley E. Johns of personnel. be $3,500,000. The Builders held ,a 6-3 lead .t

I Bradford and Union Countieswas Bradford Representative A. Among second priority ""pro S. R. 100 II going into, the bottom half of

I named as "the most effective -I J. Thomas Jr. is outspoken in jects. Sen. Johns lists $1,500- 'bCOl'ed the third inning when they :r.ex .
I senator in committee" in 14'runs on seven hits
I crediting Johns with a one- 000 for
I I a recreation building
II I a recent Plans for erecting signs at and six walks 3
poll of .
his fellow man victory in saving the and. auditorium at the new I including a
legislators. both ends directing traffic onto -] grand slam home
\ i;prison appropriations. run by Paul
prison cell block which has -
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Attend Meeting : The Starke solon outranked l! Sen. Johns on the otherhand just ben ,completed Bradford State Road 100 were madeat I Kaufmann, to wrap up the w : r
a meeting ,of the
cnly by Sen. S. D. Clark of I has nothing but praise County and will receive its Highway game.

Tonight '(Thurs.) .I Monticello for the title "dean i I Ii for Thomas' efforts in the first transfer of prisoners this Tuesday 100 Association night., R.in H.Lake Mclntire City, In Thursday's contest, Community
of the "
Florida Senate is House, although the freshman summer. Another second- priority State got on the win
7:30 P. M.\ : executive secretary of the
credited with practically .representative rung trail for the !
a' was working Item Is $700.000 for construction Starke-Bradford first time = r _
In Courthouse one-man victory in pulling the'I against great odds. "He was a work on the new of Commerce County was Chamber named this season when they edged ter t. r __

I appropriation' for Florida State..I big help in the House.". Johns facility in Union County. chairman of the Florida Pest Control on a no- '-
j Prnson out of the fire after It. said. ."When that is used up It will investigate costs committee and means and hit pitching performance by ./.'-'. ". .
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i i had been severely slashed in ij Sea Johns is pleased with will be about time for the i of financing. Blankenship and Sflcox. : _

This Space Contributed the House. Jihe I I "first priority" items .d, Legislature to meet and I be- The Lake City meeting was In their second game of the

Due to Johns' experienced'in [ $190,000 obtained for renov-t>Uevo we can ,get additional] attended by Ralph,Powers, District -jweet Starke Builders handed -
Weekly to Publicize tactics the Conference Com,,ling'I the old prison cell block funds! to 'go: Tight on with thework Two 'road board member, Florida Pest their third
mittee, 'he was successful in t'lthe "rock-J, remodeling the' .
Sen. Johns acid.dining straight
loss
wbo 'reviewed improvement Monday by scoring t
Community Events by I having $770.000 restored to laundry, and .
adding '
a i\\
the Particularly pleasing, to the work that ,will be done on 100 two runs. in the final frame -'-"""' t\!!!! AJJ ,. _.
prisonappropriation,i|i room and kitchen to the star-I Ii Senator lathe fact chatthS pay in the near, future. < """- _

The CommunityState bringing the total back to the I I i shaped building now be raises! for'the lower salariedprison Starke was also 'represented to win;42.. Midget league hasebafJ, ,sponsored by the Starke 'Jaycees, Is 1a full awing with
S15.350.0CO originally recommended :;:used for maximum security.. I workers win into effect at JlStandings time at 5:15: each afternoon. These youngsters above game
go the meeting by County Comri :_ W L GB look'as If they know their staff u4
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Bank .Without by the budget committee -,!j i Also in the first' priority: July] 1. '"Some: of those as1on r Jerome-Johns, Johns'bit 3 0Starke tote, .erpwd' 'jo-behind them also shows that the game is iatemttef
this Is ) '
strong category $110,000'for
t.I as- pre feflws now have take home The next 'Izt "'vtliat looks: like
slat by Johns much of the j ':Jiminary meeting' will be Builders 32 1 major action, except that impi Chart Schaeffer has to
I "prison improvement planning of a new reception -"ray as low. as $156 jar. $157 a held ,m Palatka. on Tuesday, Pest Control 2 4'24 kneevcatcher Paul McLeod Is poised to grab tie baD but BeveHlvei
program! and hospital to be con-;,month." he.said. 18. Iteddy? Seimer
July Community Bank 1 32Y.z WID a elAflcx. &imer's bat u d blur anal the baD Js talon oH, millke a rocket



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- i-f. .. door on the first Monday in VWLY 166.51 for POB N 118VL.Y '. I
month of July 1961. which it- \ on N line 55' Sly 11 04'
ce.W/1, I DiaryBy the 3 day of July. 1961.SE.tL ELY 103' to FOB in Sec. 24 T 8R22E. !
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II Charles A. Darby Name in which assessed C. C.
t Sam McGarvey Clerk of Circuit Court of Hogan. V i
v Bradford County Florida. being in \
I All of wild property
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first Boat Romp Completed Mie County of Bradford.. State i

r.... '<.It ',- .f- ,. ". "' '' ;. t ( i Mlmosa"" pjLtdica], and that it i t ____. >oUrr. or ApplicationSee. if rnless Florida such -certificate; t: pr Certificates i\.

Last: week marked somewhat of a who;; bucked every obstacle 'with bulldog I F FI :i is also its Called the sensitive i : ____ .t Fer.Ta'cIJeed"*.1.1' I'.:M.Notke. .'- ordinj to shall law be'the redeemed prpert described ac--

red 1 lifter day 'tor: !Bradford': County tenacity and kept everlastingly after -, plant for: peculiar faculty Is lIerebv Oiven that in such certificate or !
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I j jt of quivermg'aM 'tblci ni up ..,. ;.,.._._. :arl Harton. the holder of the ortSficates wiU be sold to the j;
with the _
completion of its first public < it until the dream was finally realized. ollowlng certificate flatI'd! \ Ilghest bidder at the court \
after it is
t I Ii touched. wid certificate for a tax deed door on the first ;Monday
boat-launching Located on Little Credit for the original idea and loure ,which
ramp. ; '0 be issued thereon. The certi- ,n month of July. Wl.

Lake Santa Fe, this is a project of working out details of the site shouldgo i I At the Short Course, nurseryman I I IF ', .___- -.'- fate ,numbers the description and years of of the issuance s the' trd S day this of 29 July day of-1961.n May.. 1961.

which the county can be proud and of course, to the County Recreation IIJ "' showed an electrical i' roperty.. and the names in I SEAL) ,

those who make use of this new facili- Department under the guidance of Jim I device he has rigged up called -'jJ .. own vhich: it was assessed are as fol- Charles Clerk of A.fin-ait Darby Court of I

ty owe a great deal of gratitude to the Bloodworth. Many others deserve credit : Lots of rain this past week a conductivity measurer. He Issuance Certificate U'59.Description No.'. 87. Year of Bradford County, Florida,
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Game Fresh Water Fish Commission, too-but the most important thing but after each downfall the demonstrated it with some __of Property Com 6-is-el,- ,

without whose cooperation i and support right now is that the first boat rampis water disappeared as if by cuttings of shrubs; when he I S -J-"- ,. ..... P'.N.l'. ,. ...' ---.....-.......--.."-- .--.-,--_. -,-I"_ ......; 'I'd-,. !

the project would not have b.een possii i; completed, ready for the use of the magic. The earth is soaking it placed of the the two-pronged end New Homes Hearing Completion{ \ \
rig against cutting it
ble. public. up and then too the trees and a J CARD. OF TIIANKS- :
showed an Alive or Dead reading '
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Recognizing,the need for such facili- It is also encouraging to learn that plants and pastures. all thirsty on the dial In Saratoga % ; *%

ties in giving the public access to lakes deeds. are now in. the process of being after the long drought are S. Heights 9- Area
their fill.
drinking
that are rapidly being "sewed up" by signed for a second boat-launching Sam also learned something I who
a. Starke Realtor A. J. ThomasSr. I Demetree Builders of Jacksonville "Te wish to thank our friends
private ownership, the Game Department ramp-this one to be on Cypress Runt The rains have helped the:. while on the visit. He learned announced this week that I Iii the*'same ompany ; 1.iH" "'" (

has borne most of the burden of a Sampson Lake. The property being corn and tobacco crops. but that our faithful car Blondie new homes under construction -, which has constructed all were so kind to us during. the' brief. .. ."
expense of this project, constructing i made available by Container Corporation :ight now most of the tobacco; will not run when the gas tankis shown above, in Sara- homes in the Saratoga subdivision -: !

the oversize, ,heavy-duty ramp, and and here again the Game Commission growers have all they want, empty. Of course, he made !toga Heights Subdivision will the houses will range illness of our Father, James 'HornsI. .,
dredging a canal giving convenient ac- will be instrumental ,in actual for after tobacco flowers out thisstartling discovery right, be-ready' for occupancy WIth- in pBK from $11,200$12,650.. II 101 I: .9' 1 't'! !'H"' '' pf4Ff

cess to the lake. Ave. and until he got
additional moisture. The new homes, all three!; financing, the'houSes are :
The
county has done its is the ecreatio fittedE
part by "Department'sgoal to: "'. S .I some more gas and Blondie .1-
for E
making the site available improving to have public' bd t' bedrooms, two bath except a I natural gas hot 1961.
i a r \rnp'on Insects have been busy latelyat running again his face was space heaters, Thomas said;, -"I \
the access, road, clearing a picnic area, t every lake in! the4 'county' '' so, that'} 'the 'our place; so we sprayed redder than any old hibiscus I single one and a half home,i i but no 'kitchen ranges have! richest ,ff

and the future construction of picnic
tables and shelter. The site has great < lake front 'property that "stfif $ ideals that- the first spraying" of builders now. Built by win run from $ 87-$300. with each of : t: fOur "

possibilities and can easily be developed ;assured of future access to tiur water gefifalot'df: the bugs, "out you\ CHURCH I: you., -. //
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Carl Harton the holder
of the of Blk 13, Lawtey E of Ry
into a real beauty spot. ways. A fine start has 'been'made/'toward must follow"" It up within 'IC( Schedule for week of June following certificate has filed ,,, Name in which assessed Wilbur of Dr.' ,

Much' 'credit for'pushing this! project this goal, arid the'Saiit'a Fe'i ramp days to get the eggs""' that' hatch" 25: to said be certificates issued thereon.for a The tax certi1tlcate deed ;I,,, All Jenkins.Of said property being in I sincere. gratitude, 'I'H:' !.1 .

through4to completion should go to ;should inspire all concerned to redouble' out\ within'' that 3And. .4s 'ne. Sunday Church School suance.numbers the description!and years of of the is-1 1'i. the of Florida.County of Bradford, State I Thomas Gjch for his care;; L:1: -

Bob Pe Vy of the Game Commission, their efforts to obt iii11ie i others..' : wi 9:45 ft. m. Morning Worship property and the names in which :;', Unless: such certificates 01 \. "- 'I funderstanding
of 'we
-> i speaking bugs. i 11 a. m. MYF Snack Supper, it was assessed are as follows: certificates shall be redeemed
learned: from M s. Martlia Certificate Xo. 12. Year of Issuance according to law the property and to Rev. Lacy. r.
S' '
6:30: p. m. Youth 7 .. '"' ii.
:I Meetings, 1959.Description described in such certificate 01 .i- : F/
Retailers Adptan Hafen'i that fief' father B: rnerl p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. m- of Property Lot 7 certificates will b sold to the for the inspiring service.
Oiflardwho 'lived over hear: Conway ,. '
,
: A nursery is provided at both N'V' I" ." sIb ;:: *I' *' .
Ie Y t f
F
nl
If the efforts of certain committeeof 'St'. Johns River had a fine services "' '(}.f)
a This is a big order, and no one expects each Sunday. : ''J'
way'"of keeping fleas from 'tin"der' .,. friends wIo assisted our
To
Starke..retaiI'merchants are succesS- an over igh miracle.1 It* will !tfe his house: It seems that TuesdayCUb Scout pack' )' \" ;'l.w.L 7 .. our.!t! ; it".O:: .' ,... s.i'aTt'ti. a.IJiff, -

ful, lo businessmen' will soon .launch a long range : program,"'' nd results', back then''tlie taking of 'gator!: meeting in Fellowship Hall, .:;". Father in the past we hjjgjj\ ttJ'//.

a concerted and continuing drive to while probably not spectacular t aV'first. ,, wi*legafahil Mr.: Lillard\;stored, 7:30 Wednesday p. m. This coupon is worth 75tc ,o you ...1q c'.I 1ff .t At' .,4" ,t f '-' .* ,:,| ; -

strengthen the Starke business' districtin will be beneficial''in 'the 'lon 'ruti. the hidee under the 'house. At Prayer Meeting our prayers. I '
i and Bible Study 7:30 .. ..
its appeal to shoppers of the trade Complacency' h's,1k } place"' Hih the that time" they learned that the!! m. : p. .. Men's Half-Soles prime grade -

area. : modern' business world, 'and those who gator hides kept fleas away. Thursday Prayer group in 1/c.. leather-and Cat's Paw Rubber $1.00 We shall always remember your
This will are satisfied with tHe status Seems likely, for what flea Is I .:: -' els-leg.: { I
be a long-range program, quo are Fellowship Hall 9:30: a. m. ._ 8.75
described as a double-header effort to 'doomed. It; has been demonstrated in going to dent his biting toolson Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: kindnesses. /- I
the hide of a tough old I I If this Coupon is brought into store with
educate the public concerning the benefits the past that cooperative effort is a gator. p. m -
Pair Men's Shoes. "
of spending their money at home, pbwerful instrument when properly S. one "* 'Y'

as well working with our merchantsin used.. As soon as the committee reveals Alice found another small]L SOUTHSIDE. .- 'CHRIST CHURCH OF i: ...".. COURT SHOE REPAIR Sincerely _'\ ,. .:

its plan in full merchant interested egg'out in the yard. She t AIr. '
every opened 3 mL'S. *
the interest of- more effective mer- in improving business condi- this one and out popped a' on 801. :: 126 N. Court St. Starke :\ and :Mrs. George Burns '!

chandising with a wider appeal 'to the tions here should give the effort whole- baby lizard. S. Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. :.. This Coupon Expires 731.61 i Kt. I Box 1 : I
discriminating shopper.' hearted cooperation. m.; Assembly Worship with

She also spotted some fine the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; Green Cove Springs, Florida. I I1

ripe blackberries, and with Evening .
I an I Assembly Worship,
Beware Of Gyp Ads ,exclamation of joy, popped one 6:30 p. m.Wednesday. ----- -I- __' -x; 1oiAstq
f > s t !. into her mouth. She spit'it out Bible Classes. .

An article in the current issue of a tabs into slits. Other ads were for con- : in a hurry though; and then I 7:30 p. m.HOP1 I

national magazine deals with schemes tests that are not contests at all, but Sid an Indian war dance. A ;
that have 'evolved indecent to biting ant bit her on the tongue BAPTIST JCHURCII ; :
years mere sales gimmicks, stamps that.are .. SLAVE 'Ci is -
and it was funny to every.
! get hold! of inn cent youngsters'nickeli not stamps, poems to beset to music, one but Alice. .Sunday m. Sunday School 10a.
dimes dollars mis- 'Morning message 11
and through and private training schools for airline 'a. a.

leading advertisements in their favorite job.Parehs'. Our fighting mqcking birds I m. Training Union 7 p. nI.Eveulng'message .
reading material comic books 8 p. in. 332 "'. MADISOfIS PHONE 961-3551
and -
could do much to help curb tackle anything that 'comes on 3Ibnda.Bible Joy Club 4 '
teen-age magazines. this expensive racket' by closer 'super1-1 our place. We've seen them to :5 p. m. ''''' <:tH :.. 4
A survey was taken recently to determine vision drive the cat crazy, and they: ANNOUNCE'9
matter
of
reading brought into Wednesday rT
'just how widespread\ problem1 just love to run crows off, but. 7:30" Prayer Meet.flg' ., HAPPY }TO
the home by their children, arid discouraging : p.1 m. Choir Practice,, '
this week ,
we saw one giving'a
is. The 'magazine unearthed\ a them 'from ordering items i 8::30 p. m.. Pastor, Merle L \\ :.
.
snake
a fit. The bird was 'Packham.otlce / .\ .
shameful number "s rvics that prey -
-
that are obviously, in the gyp category. perched in a small crepe myrtle : ; -
I
on: youngsters- ambition to make something Unhappy experiences of this kind are i and suddenly 'it swooped > Of Application For I: .. -
Tax
t of themselves;; wilUof-the-wisp not only costly in dollars, and cents, c.own and proceeded to attack See.- ItM.ie Deed f S. I THE OF: \ (
t 'free' products; sly devices to 'push chil- but they have a bad effect on the child snake. The black snake rear' N eUce 11 Hel.: I

dren into buying something they mky and his regard for American business" ed up. then took off for 20 or following Carl' Harton, tile'cS'Bton.c I I -\ :

not want; and claims stretdhed beyond and advertising; ethics. 30 feet, when the bird made! ".UG niticate'' e for a i I '..
i another atta k. be issued thereon \I-.J f
diving The
the limit of exaggeration' associated The cerUfiC$ t numbers and I
J with hard-sell advertising for adults." Next' time your boy or girl asks !bird ran the snake half way sears.Ion of ot the.Issuance, the descrip ." .
1elp in filling out order blank across a field before he'quit property, and the
your an F names In
Among items ordered from gyp ads, whIehlt was usessed !

by thle 'magazine: staff ,was '*'a real mobile take a little time to read the "fine 'and. came back.a V area Certificate follows No.:' 37. Year of h. i, .

tank for only 4.98" which turned print"-or .suance 1959. : Lake Butler Gas ServiceMain
$ even read between the lines Had an interesting time at Description of Property: Com!
put. tOybe mere cardboard sections of the ad. Be sure that it'is. i a' Bona. the 7th-annual nurseryman'sshort i at NWL$E Cor IG6.ri'or NE for%FOB run W N 5:3.:;'., '

which had to be assembled by inserting fide value before ordering. course at UP last week., 1e3 my' on nXWr N line ""' Sly 1100' SELY 1185' I
The program was informative., E, to in See 24 T 8 SH 22 :
I Phone
Street P. O. Box 96 HY6-4351
Name in
the speakers were well qualified which assessed C. C. ,

An. Improved System and we were impressed I HogaR.All of said property being in ,
with the way the Extension L the County of Bradford :State

On Labor Day weekend Florida will the driver to renew his license with Service and the Experiment; ot ficates Unless Florida.shall such certiicate' or certi::I To Help Celebrate This Occasion We Are Offering This'Terrific

begirt' the 'change-over to a new system out inconvenience of standing in line. Stations 'put ,the. "thing over. to l law be the redeemed property according de-

of issuing ant ren 'wihg drivers' licenses scribed in such certificate or ,
wIt4) a I lot of other last-minute license One point brought up was:: certificates will be sold to the!

of its 'citizens. Now we S. will renew renesvers. More importanUy, however, what is the latest date >ou can door Jiighest' on bidder the at first the court Monday house in

dur'licenses in an orderly) manner, we hope the new system will provide prune azaleas and stil1 have the month;3 of July, 1961. which is...
day of July, 1961.
once every two years during the monthof tighter control over irresponsible drivers them bloom next year? In this i Dated this 29 day, of May. 1961.

birth. help reduce the. .number? of improper area:; it seems, the latest dateis (SEAL;Charles) A. Darby

It is peculiarly appropriate that Labor licenses that have plagued enforce- July 1, according to a I Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of FEi7j/

Day weekend was selected to inaugurate ment officials'and l law-abiding citizens, nurseryman. .' S County.'Florida.i-U 6-22 Opening

the new system because it: and contribute to greater safety for
On the tour of the horti .tI'e Of Application For Tax ,
emphasizes the importance of the new Florida drivers and pedestrians. The flea :

regulations in providing greater safe. new driver licensing. system certainlyseems some culture amazing grounds hibiscus we were shown with li i t j I Notice Sec Is IM.1 Hereby. F.Given S. that r Friday and Saturday -- June 23, 24 -- Only!

ty to all motorists. to be a step in the right direc- blooms as large as dinner I! Carl rawing.certificates Harton the hotter of the
has
The staggered system will enable tion. plates. They are perennials ar. 1 i", bid certificates for a tax deed filed \
although they will die down in. to be Issued thereon. The certlcats -
1 I '
:
l
;
a numbers and years of is-
the u-inter. they'll come up,suahce.. the description of the GAS HOT I :
WATER HEATER
and capability maps for Ethan has a good cover of clover again in the spring. Two of r .: property which it, was. and assessed the names are as In -

SaPP.: Arthur Gaskins, George I coming.: Mr. BradIordsaId, ) '*1: these- new hibiscus, have al i-I.),, follows: '
(Alvarez: LUcian' Cohrier'Harry cut i plety l of/fiay'from "'tRat, beady been released. Ct'rtiticate0.1959.Description: 47. Tear of Issuance -

jSchloppi, Clifford Callahah, field'anil' still ;'m going : tb of Pronerty S of
Vernon Crosby: and pelb ert].1 have good (. \\xan \ Asked about small SWU of XEU of'SXT'i ex par-' 30. Gallon 11:
:: a ", coyer crop, ef. a plant L eels sold. SEC 22 T.S.. R. 22 E. Capacity Wajli tter
"
"j JGreeh.I under." which Sam's mother insisted Named in which assssed John -
f ""! -'- ":;'/L"""! '" Williams Estate. ,
Our Soil !! Our Strength)i THese maps wiU be used ,.thdee1opc i CmiX Meyer remarked that;. was a mimosa, and Sam was i j All of said property being in f fI' "
; ;I m'> et 'soU and witercdriservatioh I| the Hairy Indigo cover;crop' hft sure it was not. UP man told I'1*the Florida.County of Bradford. State .of 1 10 Year Guarantee

Soil. Coseaio. q farm plans1 from.!t I plant& .in 'his -pecan' ;'grpv is us that it ''Is indeed, a mimosa. Unless such certificate or' cer-. Value
*s : The inAi Ps re on'aefial jphotb-,, coming along fine. The use of _| Uficate shall be redeemed according ,t. .

.W. graphs hd'snow aIl the different "-I I a'legume, cover, crop in 'pecafi, ..I Sapp A. S. C., O. T. Hujgins,, to in law suck the certificate property described or '* Glass Lined" .
features of the firm groves Is toproving't the' soU Extension Service, and Bill certificates will Us sold to the
: highest bidder at the. j
By Bill Hsas : I was taking to C. IV Bradford i condition aid improving: .. th'e i | Haas S. C. S. : door on the I tIt Monday court house In
.,, t.4* It.Mf i the otb'er:; 'day about t, tov r ,2razirig program/''*n" ." .Mrs. Sapp. is responsible for I j month of J rty. isgi. which is *
Area Soil scientist C. H.YpuHg ;crpiJ3: 'fe 'PJ&n'* 'HeI ; food production and food I th- 3 day >f fuly 1961. Completely Automatic ;
Tti6 I
'c sroyies. i V DA 'tJountjr ?toeri Dated this 29 day of :May, 1961. S ; 95
.witK' the"'fioit ? i plihfed! :Clover In i gencjr planmng' Committee"' is I management; Huggins is resPonsible :: t8EtL) ; -
soulItVUU I, Charles
!' vl1As'wilitef :' A. Darby. _
vati8n Service. pSeparefr' ;
ii'gr l aiuif'stii 'i ': for information and .
"- icbmpbse'd.. 6t Wi.\.r'IMU Clerk of Circuit Court of
,
-\t.rr.i -' .
\ :: I.,' ; ,- ,' education
___ _ _"_ _'f'_''_' _' .'t'i ; Haas is responsiblefor' Bradford County' Florida.
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-- "/"1- Radiological monitoring of I j 6-1 4t 6.22:! H--- .

THE. BRADFORD COUNty TEtEGRAfI agricultural i FORONLY
) .. q..I- lands and water i ,X.tlH OtTa. F..iu1Izati..
ESTABLISHED: ', I lam- ., : ; y.0 livestock safety, and of farm i The Board 'of.County. Coinroisi -' '
commodities 'stored i i sioners of Bradford County; .
1- or harvest- Florida. will meet at the Courthouse -
'. .. able on farms. I in the Clerk's Office on '
.. '!ttM4, '. ; ,?; Florida's, oldest: weekly, Harry Schloppi Monday. July' 3rd. A D. 1961. asa ; See This and \ Terrific Either Office
:i Ntvrspaper Published'"ConS5 and Lucian Board of Equalizers for the : Qtfyer: Buys at Compare at
a, E. Maa c) \\y*V "ler'tig gameM9Pm9 Conner i used the District rotc I and purpose of hearing complaints:
e receiving
testimony
. /- ., -" --" sj '" -- aiower to mow down the. weedsin i the value of any property as. real to. Any Price!
'! their pastures. : or personal or mixed. fixed I: .
,.-.:< >' M br the Tax Assessor Tor the year' -
p. ijoli L. t\\1'nE'YS\ 1JS1. agaInst the owner or agent_ :
t. ._ T t of such,
Droperty.
:" .t...... AT THE.,.,, TABERNACLE (S) Carl Prevail I t
.. Edjtor an"
'' .s. It '" ;... .1." ., : qej > '. ; Chairman of Board of County VISIT EITHER -LOCATION, FOR YOUR COMPLETE BULK OR BOT
.a, .. SUBSCRIP ION RATES : Dr. Harry McGee cdnducte4 I Commissioner: Bradford I

Poi. '' :! ytA IN'" TRADE TIt'L: ARrAa-tltE <* n <- ,0-; bu $IDE... tRADE... -" AA :.f''"_ services at the Tabernacle II I 4SPLLAttet Cnnnty) Florjda., J TtED GAS APPLIANCE NEEDS. EASY TERMS. '
ONE _
3,00 oNt.h R. : ? SIO during the past week. He and I : i
SiX MONTH 1,7,8 SIX' MdP11HS Z'oO Charles A Darby I -
". a Mrs. McGee are visiting their Clerk -and AudItor *
,
.
THREE .MONTHS I.OO ),
.
.. THREE' MONTH ? ** daughter in Clearwater this c.!! '
fr ; Pullia&d'Each Thursday and Entered as Second CUas Matter 11
week but will return to Starkein '
V. .tlr. Of Ap liratU. Fir Tat "SERVICE IS TRADEMARK" ,
at th Post! Office, at Starke, Fla. uad r Act-of MTCb3,1829 l time Jbr the Sunday ser .D.et1t 1" -
I _______ __ ______ _ vices. : Se+. 1...... r. !S. -, J

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.'HURS11AY. JLtiu. .', .1Jtil: li"J.ill.'vl.w.,....._ ,::___. ...._ _.. ,_...:.:r.. l.'L01Ull.: }t. PAG&! it
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yYTYTYTY..YYYTTTTTTT.1|and Miss Brenda Lott; Junior freshments. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAITEY Fishing Permits MAYOR'S COURTEleven a fine of.$37.50 and 10 daysin

'Girls Mrs. C. L. Cooper and Wl\W'l\Ieets At Birt Home jail. Jail sentence suspended One Quart or Gallon

'HAMPTONBy Miss Joyce Melton: Junior Mrs. E. L. Birt entertained } Now On %Sale cases came before and put on 30 day proba-

!Boys Gloria Waters C. L. members of the Hampton Bap-i i i I Mayor W. T. Billy] Jacksonin .
I Cooper, and Floyd Smith. tist WMU for their I tion.Johnnie Negro Of Extra Cost
Mrs. D. E. Hill regular By Enza BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mayor's Court ,,Monday Ghent un-
Primaries-Mrs. E. D. Allen,I II meeting Thursday night June 1961-62 Florida fishing licenses -j morning during a, routine ,lawful speed 52.50 or 10 daysin F R E E With Each

..AAAJiltAAAAtAAAAAAAAAiHampton I Mrs. E. L. Birt Miss Vicky I 15. at their home near Hamp- are now on sale in the week. jaiL r \ One You Buy. ..
county judge's and
Mosher- I ton. office at. Domenico Tirello Gladicn: Cecil Lee West, unlawful\
Baptist VBS Dr..J.. L. McKinley, Superin- "Red" Alvarez Service Station I
Continues Thru Friday Beginners-Mrs. D. E. Hill. The program on prayer was tendant of the Gainesville and Starke Builder's Supply. public intoxication, case post- speed, forfeited bond of 3750.' Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal:

Vacation Bible School at, Miss Carlene Melton. presented by Mrs. Lester District, preached at the Old licenses will poned until Monday June 26, Callie H. Barden, reckless
June
Hampton Baptist Church continues Nursery Mrs. Martin, Slade, Mrs. Frank Clark, Mrs. Methodist Church last Sun- 30. according to information expire Domemco Tirello Gladicn, driving, fined $152.50 and received MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
through Friday this Mosher Mrs. Glenn McIntosh,' K D. Allen, Mrs. C. L: Cooper I disorderly conduct, sentencedto 30 day suspended jail

week from 6:30: to 9 p. m.11 Miss Betty Durling. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy. Re-! day.The Stanley party that was:I from The licenses the county were judge's late, office. a fine of $37.50 or to seven sentence. 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Flab FR 6-7588
going
Adults and young iJeople'stlass Secretary, Miss Tmogene freshments of ice cream and elated for this Thursday has days in jail. Clifton Ray Reed, runningred
on sale this due
to
begins at 730; each night. Ward; and pastor, Rev. W. P. cake were served to the six teen postponed to Thursday r'changes made during year the.final Zane K. King .running a light forfeited. bond of

Workers in the five-day McElroy.Mrs. present by the hostess. June 29, in the educational days of the legislature. ,. red light, forfeited bone of $12.50.
Jones Hostess Four From Hampton I .
school include Milton-Mosher, department of the Methodist Regular Florida resident licenses $12.50.John James Patrick Wells, unlawful -

Principal; Mrs.. J. W. "Home,! Mrs. Leslie Jones was hostessfor At UF Summer Session Church. ,i will still cost fishermen W. Glisson, disorderly speed, forfeited bond of .

music; Mrs. K. B. Watterson, a Stanley party at her Several from Hampton are ManningMcKinneyMiss V2 and: H-day- non-resident Ii- f'f\t1rluct, $52.50 or 10 days in $27.50.Norman.

refreshments; adult and young home in Hampton last Friday beginning classes for the sum- Rosemary Manning .... ail.
r-- i ,;,. c.. n.i a ua. Suggs Negro possession -
People's class Rev. W. P. Mc-I:I night. ,mer school session at the Uni-I i daughter of iir. and ju. J. I".1'1: :: i in: o'jijr-n/.r: :_'? 1- ". ::..." Harmon. Negro, fail- of lottery tickets received -

I Elroy; Intermediates, Mrs. W.I Nine were present for the versity of Florida in Gainesville -I ward Manning, became t.ne ,-if :1. :' }'l i-ud; right of way and $100 fine or 20 days in'

P> McElroy. Mr&,Lester Slade, games, demonstration, and re-I this week. Those plan- uridee of Carl McKinney, son L; ...u: : ncn-rcsiical: : 11- ':-:: < accident, ;sentenced; to jail.AMBULANCE I' ":
ning to attend include Mrs. fl/j
Jr -
Richard May James Home of Mrs. A. N. Yarbrough, Saturday ':;Em ss wEI? CJ3 :lJ' $J ll.j"ear. ; -- I i'I
June 10. The ceremonywas a S259 !
rf' vi-n fr"1
Our Business :Joe Gregory all continuing SERVICEPHONE
II lA'S.S.That's performed: by Rev. T. L.' she old price of $10.50. In the
their former and
studies
It's Glass We Have It" Howe pastor of First Baptist only other change, thlee- 964-2600 ,
ay
CALL WRITE or VISIT ;Amelia Williams, who will enter Church, at the pastorium. non-resident licenses, costing DeWitt C. Jones Funeral} Home
I as a freshman following I
Members of their families and $1-25 in
3L I I I her graduation from Bradford. a few friends attended the been modified previous to years have DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I II
Peters a five-day license ,
; Joe : Glass CO. II,I County this month High. School earlierI wedding.. The couple is residing which will cost 225. -i;j Starke, Fla. Ii II I

I in Lawtey.Mrs. I! I
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Personals When brought from an! RENTAL SERVICES
Jack Pons and !children agent there is an additional fee Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches i
We Design i Modern Store Fronts I Mr. and Mrs. W. A.' English ; "
spent the latter part of the of 25 I"
cents all
on
i I except B licenses
Just Mail Us A Pattern For I and family of Cross City visited I ,
week with Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
and
50 cents extra on, .
here last weekend with Mr. ...'
Table Tops i Reddish. On Sunday Mrs. Reddish B's.Saturday's. I ft' ...1'..'
and Mrs. W. P. McElroy and I> q
returned with them fora msmiflBimMILK ,
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 family and Diane and Linda .- ,
few days visit.
English are remaining herei 63 ... )
t Mrs. Hattie Mathis was .--fr
,i this week for a visit with their Coldest June i
) visiting her son Frank Mathis 17
(cousins.Mr. .
and family over the week- Since 1874 Tf1Ei! OdW1YWE' -- ,
.
I and Mrs. Frank Hardin
!of Jacksonville were Saturday end.Mrs. E ppTt
I O. J. left Fri- Ut711EY
Phillips June
II I visitors here with Mr. and Saturday, 17. went AIIE HERLTN-IMDIICINi! I WIoi '
day for Macon Ga. where she
!>Mrs. K. B. Watterson. : down on record books as the _
will make extended visit
| Mrs. Richard May and an coldest June 17 since the Jack ,.-
'
i daughter Melody, and Richie I with her.daughter Mrs. Fate sonville weather bureau started ft6fmtY !
Redd and family. Coleman Gctto1
Williams arrived from keeping records in 1874. At
Sunday .
{ .. "
( Phillips accompanied his -
D ,
NATURAL I(Homestead and New Port 8:10 p- m. the mercury drop, J gal'92cIce C M -
mother and returned.
Richey for a 'visit with Mr. ped to 63 degrees, following
i Miss Arthurine Blanchard of potectio.Eeatue 6at_....
and Mrs. J. W. Home. passage of a cold front into /iP Wdm.w p
Jacksonville spent the week- I
I Pat Thomas, Ada May the state. The previous low am Semce.,100 fWSIr ,
with Miss Enza Blanch-
end
Dependable Economical ,I Thomas and Gerald Thomas uas 64 degrees, chalked up in Cream .1b" ;tlt't;
-- ard. They visited Mr. and Mrs. 1928. ,
i lof Hawthorne are visiting here
vLas at See for
John B. Dye and grandsons any price. youndt
PRONE 1 964-1301 NIGHT 964-2411 this week with their cousins i Fred and Roger Dye at their Sunday was almost equally Eggs Bread OHes SeniC new 100 PLTJS., t,0
Steve Varnum and Stanley, |t chilly and the unseasonably against the 1
CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. Jones. Kingsley Lake home on Satur- cool weather continued vmri The results 1aci toy
.
I
} Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosherare day.Miss through Wednesday with over _
WiKH IWF-PIITS Cottage Cheese
... the parents of a son. Mar- Mary Julia Futch is cast skies and rain keeping FOR I

tin Edward, born Wednesday, spending her vacation with ihe sun from shining. Udt 1Le _
THE BRADFORD-UNION COUNTY Il11JEADSR1JN811 Orange Juice
June 14, at Bradford County her mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch. The "long dry spell" that every _
GOSPEL SINGING CONVENTION Hospital in Starke. Grandparents Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. caused subnormal rainfall :when you drive withSILCOX ftiesJiCITES@SERVICE

I;L. Wainwright during the during the first five months
In are Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Presents
week were Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
of the
Mosher of Hampton. j year was broken during
Mrs. Ruth Mills of Fallon Wainwright and children of;I the second week of June and I
I Avon Park Mr. and Mrs. Jack j; there have been almost I
Nevada, arrived last weekendfor daily
GOSPEL SONG CONCERT
a visit with her son-in-!Wainwright and children of)i rains since the 8th, with a
Waycross, Ga. and two of Mr.!
j total of 7.84 inches in
aw and daughter Mr. and average
Florida's Outstanding Gospel Singing Family Mrs. Donald Hill and daughters Wainwright's sisters, Mrs. the county during June 821. !
'Alice Langford of Lake, Butler,:
She left Tuesday for Miami !
and Mrs. Daisy Lipham of
planning to return to Fla.
Starke
Plant City. 705 Temple Ave ,
Hampton next week. j i I
Mrs. Mary Louise Jones of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox I .flf
I
Trenton is visiting here with of Waldo Mr. and :Mrs. Paul .

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile and I I Dinkins Jr. and David of St.,,
r INSTALL I'
'Daughter and Raleigh Bran-I Augustine and Mr. and Mrs., OUR GAS -J. '
nen. Mrs. Jones is Mrs. Faile's.I'Jim Burton of Jacksonville' AMDVDULLBESETCall F AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

grandmother. I spent Father's Day with Mr.) I ,"VOU'LLNEV M LGtMt*

Visiting last Friday with Mr.I and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. | ,ONE JeEG2ET( :1 ;:
and Mrs. George Williams were I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling! II"" .IJ '1
Patricia McCormick and and children were Sunday'i'
lane Milton of Shel-I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. George AUTO GLASS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC 'SUPPLIESLillian'l

Randall Brown, son of Mr.I I L. Shuford. i iI i TRANSMISSIONS
Mauldin's Electric Motor Music Store
t and Mrs. E. L. Brown left Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford'' .
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.I I of St. Augustine spent the Auto Glass AUTOMATIC Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader"

Frank Brown of Jacksonville!I i weekend with Mrs. John Shu- Fl TRANSMISSIONSARE OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Since 1933
'
to spend two weeks in Miami ford and Dave. COMPLETE STOCK CURVED OUR BUSINESS KRAKAVER WINTER-

with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore I GLASS Service & Repairs Work COMPLETE ELECTRIC CABLE
PIANOS FIANORGANS
Weest and family. Jr. and son are spending the Windshield & Door Glass Guaranteed MOTOR -
Jerry Hansen arrived home I'week with the W. F. Moore| Replaced In Any Make SALES AND SERVICE CHORD ORGANS $159-5375

on leave last weekend from'family Mrs. S. D. Andrewsand l Car Or Truck Lamar PearsonAT "Distributor of Guitars Drums Sheet

The Williams Brothers QuartetDirect New Jersey where he has been': son Jimmie of Wildwood We Handle Safety Glass New Lincoln Motors"FR Music

stationed with the Navy. spent the weekend and the Us Today FR 6-2558 TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE I. 2-831 Budgets

From Members of the Junior girls' Casey family joined them at 1314 S. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville 1030 S. Main, Gainesville FR 6-5931

Radio Station' W.Q.I.K.-Jacksonville, Fla. class of Hampton Baptist Sun- Father's Day dinner. Micky And 112 S. E. .First Gainesville

day School made a trip to Moore returned with Mrs. An- AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO TRIM FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN
Friday Night June 23 8 P. M. Jacksonville on Thursday last drews for a week's visit. Give Your Friendly

week to visit Jthe; Baptist build- Mrs. Richard Bennett Jr. and Pyrefax Gas Dealer\ IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Baker Auto Trim Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's Opticians

High School Auditorium Starke, Fla. ing. Making the trip with Rev. son, Jimmie of Daytona PLYMOUTH VALIANT \ Inc. Llndsey L. Beckom R. O.
ADMISSION and Mrs. McElroy were Bonnie Beach were Tuesday overnight A Chance To Serve Authorized Sales Parts CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM Lenses Duplicated-

and Janie Griffis. Wendy and I guests in the DarleyBennetthome. Service Headliners Arm Rests NEW HOLLAND Artificial EyesPrescrlp"tloiii

Adults SI.00 Students 50c ,Debbie Hill. Paula Sheryl, and ) Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo ALL Floor Mats Upholstering ALLIS CIIALMEBSMASSEYFERGUSON Filled Promptly

DOORS OPEN 7 P. M. i Terry McElroy. Austin also of Daytona Beach Your Gas NeedsLw. HawesPowersMotor. Lowest Prices 22 W. University FR 6-3516

spent the weekend and Mrs.C. Co. Farm Equipment And Gainesville. Fla.
E. Darley with her daughter FR 2-3226 TractorsFR -

".I I and son-in-law of Tampa FR 2-2561 1021 E. University Ave. 6-4385 PO'VER"SA WS

,I''' i stopped by Monday on their 204 N. Main, Gainesville Gainesville Archer Rd. Gainesville McCULLOCH
!way to New York. Used Cars 312 N. Main
CHAIN SAWS
Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse I FR 6-3400
I' COMMERCIAL. GARDEN SUPPLIES NEW-USED -, SALES
and granddaughter Sheila'' SERVICEFlorida

j Norman attended services at, .', llrt LINCOLN MERCURY REFRIGERATION J Johnson & Faris, Saw Co.

I| Elizabeth Baptist Church in: COMET FIAT RENAULT Refrigeration Inc.Complete .
,f-sm
Jacksonville Sunday. i I Authorized Sales Service-' FR
I Parts I I Service Co. Line of 2538 N.! E. 19th Dr.

Trained Mechanics! Good SEEDSPLANTS- GalnearviHe

For The Best Deal/ Anywhere I Used Cars Commercial Sidney Leopold Refrigeration, Owner- FERTILIZERSInsecticides -Pet Supplies .'SEWING MACHINES

I Barkley Motors 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
Singer SewingMachine
Air Conditioning
SeeROBERTS' .. .
615 N. Main Gainesville .224,N. W. 8th Ave.
iI I I Frigidaire Ice MakersSold FR 2.0476Gainesville CenterUsed

: 'And Serviced Anytime Fla. Singer Sewing: Machine;
CHEVROLET B. & G. Motor Co., Gainesville FR 2-8392 Many:One Of A ttind

g Inc. Heights FR 6-7700 LADIES WEAR Starting At .$9SS:
,
AND OLDSMOBILE FR 6-6310
HILLMAN -
I OLDSMOBILECADILLAC CONCRETE PRODUCTS Cherry's 216 W.. .UP1y !Its, :!villaSPORTING
AUTHORIZED I
DEALER Authorized Sales -Service INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville's Most Fashionable GOODS._ v

BUSINESS AFTER DARK Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla. FR Parts 6-7515 CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For Ladles This Area's Most Cefcapletd Line
ARE THE BEST FROM DRESSES SUITS --COATS of Sporting Goods d

I t To safeguard the late-in- Jii ii i 115- S. W: Second Gainesville, Edwards 'BuildingSupply ACCESSORIES Jimmie Hughe$} Inc.

105 W. University, GainesvilleMEN'S
1 1113 W. UnlVttsltT ttomesvffle
the-day cash of Support VOLKSWAGENSales Inc. '
receipts _ i ,
Service Parts SHOES
\ WEAR
your business,.use1 our 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 -
Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Gainesville Fla. Bob's Shoe Store
Silverman's
PRIV
, NIGHT DEPOSITORY IFWRIDA A IE ENTERPRISE
.
Shoes -lor The Entire Family

I Fit 2-5532 DOORS WINDOWS .apparel for Men and Women FORTUNE FOR SEEN
I II I Our new Store next to CHARM SET ft>& WO>|EN I

I The Principle Which Made Our ; ....1030 E. University Ave. Florida JalousiesOF Florida Theatre ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN

.. Gainesville GAINESVILLE, INC. I FORMAL WEAR RENTALS ,Bags ,.Millinery Accessories
Country Great! : GAINESVILLE.. 21 W.._University GamemDe
I I Crane Motor Co. WINDOWS DOORS; r -

WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS i % ALUMINUM AWNINGS MOVER YARNS-TOYS r ,t
: LARK ANGLIA -
I ENGLISH FORD Palm Beach Awning WindowsAll Gainesville Jack and Jill I

Meet A. W. M. A. .
Think Authorized Sales & Service Mayflower A Complete Tftm Of, 4
-
SpecificationsWrite

-. -. .B.,m mf I :_ ..S'J :I'R.K: .- ofYour SLADE GAS "Complete Makes"Service for All Or Can For Estimates LOCAL AND LONG Tarns .Free-NeedleWorkN Instructions. 8ns J

'H'C NA&'tROU" -' I 506 E. University Ave. FE 1-8215 DISTANCE MOVING Toys Games bolls -
OF21IANKS OF'THt FLORIDA NATI *i UlUtl FEDERAL, $.'T'--I'HSU.R$ AN'CUE c'u I FR 24251Gainesville. 1817 Hawthorne Rd.. Storage And. Crating 'HMfM) -

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:: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE..' FLORIDA

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1.4L: Mrs. Esther Fedor of Gainesville Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. will return -I! Mr, and :Mrs. Titus Olson ati I .
I .? was 'the weekend guest Friday from a week's i) tended the Sikes family reunion -!\\Jirn Hornsby, 90 I the State Resolutions Com'Girls. She was accompaniedto I II I
I ; ; ttl of Mr. and'Mrs.'N./os. Dankel- visit with her parents in Albuquerque -| in Fort mite on SunItday. ;mittee and the State Budget the State convention by I II ]L

( >1 Miss Bonnie Vander amp of New :Mexico. ;[j Dies Thursday j jOf i Committee., 'Mrs. G. L. Farber. president,'I

I Cocoa Beach and Don Kortez Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle t .Miss, Frances Landrum, a; j Miss Rosenberg teaches Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs.
LilhI. of Cape Canaveral were week- were visiting Mr. and Mrs.* C.I delegate from her sorority atI!: Injuries |:Commercial subjects at Bradford Nate Dyal, and Mrs. Dorothy 'F1ordaTheatre
, end guests of Miss Dolores A. Geiger in Green Cove I Florida-Southern, will attend t High School and also Milberger all members of the

I McKnight. Springs on Sunday. I the Alpha Omicron Pi convention James Jim] Hornsby, 90.,'holds the position of Dean of Starke BPW Club.MEN'S .

%(r. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarei :Mr. and :Mrs. Lex Green, Michael Cookie Mathews and Eugenia J. E, Mundorff entered the' .in Atlanta, Ga. next week.!.,died Thursday, June' 15, in1'I __ .
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Sr. of Boynton Beach and Mr.I I Sheppard and Lynwood Ekard are attending the J. Hillis Miller Hospital in L i Miss Linda Smith of Orlando i: ;Bradford County Hospital as1

and Mrs. Alvarez, Jr. of Fort Walters are attending Music Dixie Twirlarama at the Majorette Gainesville last Wednesday,r-is, spending this week with her, a result. of injuries sustained:'

Myers were w'ekend,visitors of Week at Ridgecrest, N. C. I. Camp, Emory University -: for observation and treatment.Mr. parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Shii.i i in an accident in Starke,when .L 5PECJ L1Y P"&lr ot ,

:Miss Dorothy Alvarez, Mr. and I Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Sheppardof I: Decatur, Ga. for two I I and Mrs. Robert A. Ccxspent i Smith. the pickup truck he was driving -' .. -- -- _- .. .,. 1 i
M,,, :Mrs. Paul Raymond and (Mrs.,, Demopolis, Ala. are spending -!weeks. Wednesday to Friday in i Gloria Bell of Jacksonville is I collided with an auto- ,, -- --- '" SAT. JJJiNE 24

M. H. Lang. oj i i i several days with :Mrs.i' Janice Vickers of Brunswick,' Huntsville Ala. and Dalton,t visiting her cousin, Linda Was- !mobile. Double 'Feature
.", Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Raney I II I Kate Sheppard and Jlr. and j.Ga is visiting Jane Adams for I Ga. with relatives. !'din this week. Mr. Hornsby was born Nov. SUEY LEAGUE PANTS

I 04fM1( of Freeman, Va. were visiting I 1 Mrs. M. R. Sheppard. ,several; days. I Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson :' Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Patrick: :24, 1870 in Pennsylvania and 1st, Feature
;' :Mr. and Mrs.- Floyd Green and I Mrs. R. A. I. Sgt. and Mrs. Pat J. Mc- j of Macon, Ga. and of
Lj Lj.tfl. Colson and daughI -: are visiting; son North Florida spent; moved to Kingsley Lake with, 4..1 0 7 Different Colors
ME. ,and Mrs. N. B. Rosier last ti I i Dianne, returned :Monday':Nabb, who spent the past four: Mrs. Edna Hutchinson and J the past week with her mother. his parents, George and Car- J1VL1 To From I (t4 RAW
.. week. Mrs. C. H Dittmar and from three weeks visit with years in Hawaii, were Sunday r i family this week. ,Mrs. Gladys Weldon. and Mar- oline Hornsby, while still a Choose

"'. family ot Jacksonville are visit- their uncle and aunt, Mr. and,]dinner guests of Mrs. Mc- 'j Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- tha. They all. visited Silver boy. He had lived in the Kings- ., t, : I Sizes 28-36:
Ing the Greens. and Rosiers; Irs. G. P. Dover in Hibbing.j JNabb's brother-in-law anc I wire spent June 9 to 12 visit Springs on Monday. ley Lake and Starke area for I '
I i I this weel.PS. (. Minn. J i sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kel- ing their son, Ray Goldwire in i :Miss Alice Loest and Mrs 78 years, and farmed at his Regular Price.

i .. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mooty and I I Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins il!ly. Abaco, Bahama Islands. Ernest Loest of Jacksonville: : home on Highway 16 east of :, ".. $4.99 '..
t son, Robert, of Haines City I, and family spent Fathers Day: Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. Mrs. B. R. Quinn of Inverness 'were visiting Miss Louise Stem L Starke as long as his health' r

1 K1 .Were Wednesday, visitors of Mr.I I with their parents, Mr. and(Joe Wilson were in Marianna:!. was visiting her mother, :last Friday.Mr. would permit. VANKEFUNTABHUCINEMASCOPE
I ', i .and Mrs. Hajry ) ooty.- :Mrs. L. T. Izler and Mr. and!I from Thursday to Sunday'j ;' Mrs. M. W. Lance, last Wednesday : and Mrs. James Sullivan I Surviving are two daughters,
:Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs_Mrs. G. W. Mullins in Ocala j visiting Mrs. Rita Dickens. to Sunday. ,and family have returned from L Mrs. Hazel Hall of Starke, and 1. $ !

II.J. W.,Kincaid gpent the week-I I{! Mr. and {rs.VlUlam. G.\,' Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. M-I Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry]r two weeks vacation withi L i Mrs: Pearl Burris, Green Cove $37

:: end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C'I,Cooper and Mr. and :Mrs. Charles -|,,W. Cressler, Mrs. A. R. Norman t and nIece, Beverly Patterson I.:] friends in Aiken, S. C. and relatives Springs; four sons, Elmer and ,

Hoppe in Tampa. I;! Damon of Chattanooga,, and Miss Florence Jen'I'I I were in Newberry on Sunday:1 ; in Tampa. Marklee J. Hornsby, both of'1 feOMCOtOI*

: George Patten, Jr. is attend:Tenn. were visiting Mr. and':ningS attended the visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. N.I .j Miss Paula Hieatt of Orlando Jacksonville, and Russell and I -' --
. ing the summer session atc L],Mrs. J. R. Hixon from Jlondayij 'the Santa Fe Regional Library i Barry. is visiting her grandmother,':Wilbur Hornsby, both of 2nd. Feature
: : Stetson UJ v rsit}.. j to Thursday. Board: in Gainesville last t], Mrs. L. & Starling of Val-,':Mrs. Pauline Torode, at Kingsley ..t I;Starke. .
'* 1 Thursday.G. dosta, Ga. visited Mr..and Mrs., Lake. s SLF011
Funeral
Mrs. Rosalie held
ofj services were 9
: Crutchfield r(.. Mr. I
I and Mrs. Roy J. An- E. AIR II
CONDITIONING C. :
St. Augustine was visiting her,'drews T. Wade and Mr. and Mrs.; i Neal Cole of LaGrange Ga. ;at 11 a. Saturday at the
and family of Jackson BROWN'S REFRIGERATION] Gilbert Goldwire from '!!is the J.
: daughter, Mrs. M. A. Payne!!,ille Satur- visiting L. Cole fanu- ;graveside in Kingsley Lake
were Sunday visitors ofMr. SERVICE :
I I, and family last week.- tf day to Tuesday. ly. I'j'Cemetery with Rev. Lacy Conway -
\ and Mrs. .R. O. Dansby. Mr. and Jlrs. Junius Smith 1
J Miss Eugenia Ekard is attending Mr. and .
Mrs.
I .n----------. r Robert Barks- officiating. Burial was in
-- Mr. and Mrs. Smith Jr.. and the Dixie Twirl-O-,dale had as overnight guests''the; family plot with
arrange-
I : CAR WASH 51.00Sponsored I I Irs. Alary Kessler are attending ..j Rama at Emory University in'Saturday at their cottage on ments in charge of DeWitt C. r3
the State Laundry convent'j Atlanta, Ga. for two weeks. 'Cow Pen Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Jones Funeral Home. 4 ;
>tion in Clearwater. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns Olin
: I White] Jr. and family. b
By The Youth Of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, !'and son Larry and Bobby, of Sunday guests were Mr. and.Delia Rosenberg ROBBINS' :

I : Graham Baptist Church Jr. and family of Waycross,t i Apollo Beach: visited relatives I1!Mrs. Paul Hutchins, Mr. and.'

:'SATURDAY: ''Ga. are renting the former in Starke last week. Larry remained -i;Mrs. Norman Allen and Mr.:Elected To Office ; '"The Store of Values" Cartoon: See Bird
1 JULY 1ST Ned Yancey home on W. Madison over with his grand- and Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr.,Of State BPW I'-
..
. I .-1 AtWright's Mr.Street.and Mrs. mother, Mrs. C. B. Johns fora j j I and families. ., .:' __ii'-m-III----; :_ :-- __ i;: SUN. tyON{ & TUES.
T. H. Slade
,
; .Jr. and longer visit. I f *Miss Maria Costan of Char-:, Miss Della Rosenberg was! JUNE 25, 26, & 27
: Sinclair family of Jacksonville '
Station Maj. and Mrs. F. M. Williams '
: lottsville, Va. is : elected to the of
visiting Dr. position State j
,, a .- West Madison Street i i are Slade spending two weeks at the and sons, Rick and Rob,':and Mrs. P. G. Felos this week. :,Recording Secretary of the',I IT'S
S house rix
i- -i-- -- guest on Kingsleyj"of( Tyndall Air Force Base, 'Florida UP TIMEI
I Miss Federation of Business
I.1 I Lake. .rpent last week at the John Vivian Garcia of Jack and Professional
sonville spent Father's Woman's.Clubs I
Mrs.
I Clyde Sinclair and Townsend I cottage on Kings- Day
-- at the II
: daughter, Evelyn, are visiting,iey Lake. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs annual Gonven-'
For 'i Mr. and Mrs. Welby Griffith| Mrs. Mabel Wall of San Rene Garcia of Camp Blanding.\,Pensacola Lion in the, June San Carlos Hotel,,

: I I : CHICKEN Manchester, Ga. and friendsin i Francisco, Calif., a former resident 1: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and I:, Miss 15-18.
Douglas, Ga.Jlr. of Starke, was visiting ,son, Gary, returned home Fri Rosenberg has long I
.., ueen active in the BPW on loral i1WiLtJLL ,
and Mrs. day after
*. SHRIMP Charles Walker -i old friends here Saturday. Mrs visiting Mr. and Mrs. district, and state levels. ,
(
and family of Jacksonvillewere '':'Wall lives in San Francisco: James Dreier and family in To I i
: Q: And All Other Orders visiting Mr. and ledo, Ohio. They She is a charter member of;
Mrs. D.,:with her son, William Duncan, were also in 1 the Starke Club: which r
: W. Carpenter at Santa Fe ,Georgia and Alabama. was '
PHONE 964-1431 Lake the I who is employed on. a news-I organized in 1949 and has served ______
week. ''
past paper there. She is visiting Mr. !,
:.: it in 4I
many capacities, in-
They! Will Be Ready To Pick Up and Mr Oren,, and Welch Mrs. of David Auburndale Lawson;Mand I I Jacksonville Mrs. Blanchard, and other Law relatives in.LC.McVay,93Dies ,eluding that of president. She I '
4
has also
t When You Come For Them :spent Friday to Monday with; in Florida. '.' !Director and served many as District .1b1 =fPiW
I Mr. and Monday : on State
Mrs. M. L. Lawson.
:.
Mr. and Mrs. Cary Fitzger- : i Committees .
,
_' U CK' S DRIVE-IN I W. J. Epperson and daughter, :aid and family of Tallahassee>j; j t I State By-Laws Committee including the the ___!", .N4I EIBI41IP1 _
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Sally Ann, will Leander I.'
I return next t i have moved to 536 N. Walnut']1 Charles McVay, 93:.State ,' '"
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I week after three weeks vacation -I street- 'iof!i Starke, died Monday after I Ii Nominating Committee:, 'I : : Cartoon:
.
1 I : in the West visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong I i a short illness. He was. born in'i'I'I'I I __ Ready Woolen and Able

I,and Mrs. Dale Van Sickel in'II I were in Orlando and Lake Har- Grove Hill, Ala. on Feb. 2. 1868 :
,|
Time For That New I Los Angeles, Calif. ..- i I bor last week visiting relatives., and was a retired carpenter. Deep FreezeOWNERS L WED. THURS. & FRI.
I. Mr. and 1Irs.nthony Mr. and Mrs..Bill Johnson j He was a member of the Meth- JUNE 28, 29, & 30

SummerTime Hairdo I Cermenaro of the To-Rena- of Rockford, Ill. were Sunday: odist Church.. : Double Feature

I''Motel spent May 31 to June.!. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Al][|i j Sujviving are. two daugh- L 1st.
Let us give a sun1rner.-J.beauty> lift, ,,13 in North Adams, Mass"and! Hartmann. I.t,fers, Mrs. Fannie r.ee'Wharf Nothing Down Liberal Terms Feature

that will leave yourself free to en'v\t I Albany, N. Y. visiting relatives. Reggie and Gray Flynn are of Montgomery, Ala.; and Irs. a9PROMWAflNZ '
> Mrs. J. P. Dill is visiting her i spending the summer with,'Bessie D: Larkin of Co topa, Eey 'p'I. i Ia

joy the hot days ahead. Come in this week. I mother, Mrs. J. M. Lott in>their grandparents, Mr. and I l.Ala.;. one son: Leander. C. Mc.Vay Ga. Freestone 5 YEARS TO PAY
I I Jacksonville this week. Her I Mrs. R. S. McAteer in Tampa !. Jr. of Starke. I pt
I
I ,,laughter, Mrs. Oscar Hendrix::I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins; Funeral, services were 'held 11.111 CIlIaII...........
Last week's license number was incorrectly and children of Statesboro, Ga.I and family and Mr. and Mrs. at 3 p. m. Tuesday. at the PEACHES Yes, ,room additions can be yours on the most & ----
*aws.c
printed so if you Car Licenseis are spending the week with,.i L. J. Green and son, Archie graveside in Kingsley. Lake liberal terms. Improve your property now, O"'I
No. 45W-7341 Mr. DIlL I,, were Sunday dinner guests of([ Cemetery with Rev. J. H. Ma- while you can enjoy it, and need it. Call us for EAiM FRE.l :KE ,fbWu

Luke Stallings of Waldo:Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham -jjbry officiating. Burial was in $ FREE estimate on additions -c
A FREE | II' 2 2hel room porches,
SHAMPOO AND SET
spent the weekend with his in Keystone Heights.!lithe, family plot with arrange- garages, remodeling and home improvementsof I 2nd., feature
! Awaits you at our Salon Watch this grandparents, Mr. and Mrs., Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Hard- '!'ments in charge of DeWitt C. all kinds. You'll
get lot
I a of
space every week for new winners. ,Charles Dinkins, while his I I I cnbrook and family of Fort i iI Jones Funeral Home. a mighty low price.Bradford satisfaction at
parents were in Cocoa attend-I Campbell, Ky. are spending..

I We Are Closed All Day Tuesday ing the wedding of Miss Melissa i I Wednesday to Monday with; Rev. Lee Resigns
Stallings.Mr. J .ter mother, Mrs. Nelson Green, We Deliver Anywhere In
$ ,As Bethel Pastor R d! B
Glamo-Ree Hair Stylist and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, and family. .; Bradford County Building Supply _
Sr. and son Delano, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barkley!: Asm
Rev.
R. L.
( Miss Ellouise Ph. 964-8341 Mr. Keith 'and family Mrs.of Joseph Hawthorne G. Wood attended and and Newton Mrs., N.Goldie C. were Bowen overnight of I;'as pastor of Lee Bethel has resigned Baptist DOWLINGProduce 301 E. Call St. Phone 964-5291 :i \ _

guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs.I!Church, effective Sunday June
353 N. Temple Avenue the Thomas family reunion
:Beulah at \'\ Ferguson. (l8. He has served the church COMPLETE HOME RENOVATION I Cartoon:

-i County Baptist on Sunday.Church in Clay I Mrs. Bynum Perkins returnd -'!as pastor for 15 years and nine, Market ; Strange Comparison

!i Friday after four weeks in i(,mnntha ,: _,.... ,. ,. __ --i--------- ii .,;. -- -
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I' STARK! I where Baptist she Memorial underwent Hospital surgery.Mr. --" -' ----

BUSINESS$$ DIRECTORY ; and Mrs. 'Harry Green I

have
purchased the Chapman
It t .- home at 411 Alton road and : Famous Brand Sofa-Bed Close-Out

I plan to move there on Satur-
AUTO'BODY SHOP ,
, I,AUTO RADIATOR .,AUTO TIRES day.

Mack's Body Shop ]Ed Prevatt's ," Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery -
Garage: Starke Recap Co. I and daughter, Janet, PRICED
t BODY ,& FENDER REPAIRS' RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Roulston, Owner Mgr, spent the weekend in Aiken,
COLLISION SERVICE :: New Cores Rodding Recapping for Cars & Trucks;; S. C. with Mr. and Mrs. George 95

I Painting Matching Flushing, Crank Shaft'I ONE DAY SERVICE 'i Lawson. and family. TO
Grinding NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS !i Miss Mary Katherine'Wain-
FREE ESTIMATES
:
I Phone 969-2105 Lawn Mower' Motors RepairedPhone r AUTO-LITE BATTERIES i,,I right. was visiting friends in SELL *
Clearwater over the weekend.'
964-3861, 96 -6584I Phone 964-0221 I
I 2033 N. Temple Starke I So. Walnut, Starke 135 N. Temple, Starke !I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson ,
"I i I d and son Jimmy. were in ;'
AUTOMATIC i! AUTOSERVICEDodd's CHAIN SAWS ''Ridgeland, S. C. and Savan- .

TRANSMISSION j '|iah,:Ga. from Friday to Tuesday -, FOAM PADDING
Service & North Temple i : of last week visiting I NYLON COVER 59.951

.
Tanner's friends and relatives.
Auto Sales Amoco : ___
I Mrs. G. W. LaMar of
AMOCO GAS & OIL Quincyas
Gulf Service GENERAL REPAIRING
POULAN CHAIN SAWS .'* visiting Mrs. J. M. Mitchell

GULF PRODUCTS International Mufflers Lifetime Completely New Completely1 i i from Thursday to Tuesday. : Famous High Quality Sofa Beds ... Full Size

Equipped I Mrs. Norene Climer and I: .-- .
Complete Automatic FIRESTONE ) / Heavy
Duty 70 Coil
Transmissions Tares, Batteries Accessories Priced & Designed for the children of Clearwater are Spring Construction.KYour
528 I I Farm spending this :week with Mr.:
Service and Repairs S. Walnut 964-3861 ,j JUST $149.95 I and Mrs. J. N. Hopkins and I Choice Of Beautiful Long Wearing Fabrics.

For All Makes Starke "66" Service on all Makes\ family. They all spent the
ServiceBill
Phone 964-2321 !'661 N. Temple Starke 64-9501 L weekend in Douglas,_ Ga. with Ii .
Edwards I LI r their ; : PERFECT FOR APARTMENTS
666 "N.'Temple, Stake Prop. FARM SUPPLIES parents, Mr. and Mrs. FLORIDA ROOMS TRAILERS
WE
J 1-- SPECIALIZE IN 1 M. W. Duncan; ,

AUTO _PARTSStarke BRAKE SERVICE Brownlee I,i Mrs. Lena Andrews of Orlando -:

Motor Wheel 617 Balancing Phone N. Temple.964-8881& Starke Alignment i Chasteen& I}I L.her parents spent,,the Mr.,weekend and Mrs.with H.;I II This Price Forces Us to Restrict thislo a !air

,I SEEDS FEEDSFERTILIZERS j I Hough. !
I Parts Co., Inc. 1 I Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs.'
t Gilbert S. Brown Insecticides rates & Plants'.I Vernqn.Reddish Above Prices
in Talla-
were Apply Only On Friday And Saturday
Tour Local NAP" A Standard Oil Service Station il,!I "Your Friendly I Ii I hassee on business Tuesday, -

Jobber For /i ATLAS I i Farm Supply Store" I and Wednesday. : _

Cor. Brownlee & Clark TIRES & BATTERIES I Cor. 10th & Cherry Stark Mrs. Maxie Carter. Jr. and! June 23rd And 24th. 1-i

p Phone to8o1p 964-0811 Budget Te ms- Road Service)t WELDING son, Keith are medical patients -I .

Phone 964-7071 -GARAGE .I in Bradford County -- .' .
I AUTO REPAIRS>> 407 N. Temple, Starke -
HospitaL
; "It's A Fact You Can fl
Thomas .
WeldingElectric :Mrs. Panola
Mitcham
I Earl's Garage J. B. Wright Ga ,will arrive Friday of Atlanta to, ; C
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c r ,ALU: KLNDS OF; SINCLAIR SERVICE and Acetylene Welding visit her sister Mrs. W. G. ...... <, DoBetterat" urnlture o.
AUTO' REPATO STATION Have Welder Will:Travel Haile, for several days. :i ,;,)> ? !f ._As.' -4 "
r, .WORK '
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Complete Mr.'and Yrs:Mack Williams'
.. Auto Work
i' ,All Work. .Guaranteed 1.- Tires .-:. Batteries- Accessories Service Guaranteed and family attended'the fUneral ; : .. PHONE 964-4321 i.
Phone S69-2S64 Electric WebUn US W. Brownlee 9 .I-o361. 'of Mrs. WUliaI s' mother,.Mrs..i! OF 'I m STARKE

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\ t. Methodists Greet Shirley Green 'M i YlcCombs Feted Starke, .

Mr. and Mrs. McComb were
'!lew Minister qs- r th : .
"ak 3 VowsVi )n SilverV ; presented a beautiful silveri

With ReceptionRev. pI; a ...eanian Temple \nniversary < '. '.i tea and coffee service and
$ : other pieces of, silver from

:: and :Mrs. John R. Ales Slufley C ecn, .cUughtei Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb their family in I remembrance.

Brabham and family were Mr. Sill Mrs: Puns A were pleasantly: surprised ata of the occasion.

GLADYS MOOTY PHQNE 964-0631 honored at a reception Sunray Green, sV of Heilbronn Springs family dinner given for

,. night, after the evening service became the bride! of A/2C L" .;,J{ hem Sunciy by their chin Exec Board

, given t>' members of the I .Fieoar: : of ilrs. Frank 5ren in celebration of their.

Woman's Society of Christian ... .. .ttnrer!: and, ( Ute late .\.,-e, <. Silver Wedding anniversary, ",.OF l Beta Sigma

l jcrvice ana Wcoicyuti: Service Temple of Starke. Tae; Re7 ....., Helping; to* celebrate the Meets MondayStarke
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Guilds. Mr. B-.abham the -- : 'J.. the l "
is .k Keivythe performed .. ,;. i'! nappy occasion were Mr: arid:
new pastor of the PJSMeth- ,..) ,\ rote i ig ceremony Sunday :d:" 'VJrs. Clifford Bellamy of In- : Gamma Theta Chapter

odist Church. 8.N S fteinnon' :at ''1CO o'clock at .' ',;;..tl. erne&s, Mr. and Mrs. John of Beta sigma Phi executive -
The held in ', home :? th' bride in the ..,. .
reception was 11 0 ? Cook of
a Park, Mrs
Orange
1-1,1: '; board met Monday. Jui.e
\ 4.0j .he Methodist Fellowship Hall v' rY "e ie'ire of the immediate 'f. "I' i lora Holder Mrs. Gilbert
which decorated for the m few close friends fj 12, at the home of Mrs. Robert -
and
was : w im'.ly : a. x ;.. :41:rlowe. Miss Helen Marlowe
11 occasion with colorful arrange- >:"', . "'4:. ., *'
ments cf early summer flow '.'.' "..1 : lns a white street Icngt"ress Newbcrry, Mr. and Mrs. Jim for the activities for the coming -

4f <. '- : of cotton and lace am Weldon and daughter, Sherrill, year and refreshmentsvere
yi ers.The :
refreshment table was ";"'..}. ,p i te-ivore Ai\ orchid corsageMit. :)f Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. served by the hostess.
; overlaid with a liar (t me r r. ; 1' keystone
: : Green. chose for hr: Curtis Marlowe of

t : lace cloth over satin and cen- ; Fl; y 1 lugliiei's v.eOding a be'gc'en Heights, Mrs. Cecilia Williams THE RIGHT POINT: for the

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I tered with an arrangement; o. :-- :, : t 6'e?ii.itll beige accessoc. ind daughter, Melanie. Jack;:say yon write. Come in and

A r Y r Rf flowers and truit in a loa bowl. S ,.: :.......,,>'.: \ __ : .. McComb, Jr., and Mr. andwars. 'elect your favorite ESTER-
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Presiding at punch bowl .r', \ .
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Alvin BROOK Pen. TELEGRAPH
Farr and daughter, -
: c : ?.Ivs. OiVn"sr attired in
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were Mrs. C. C. Johns and ,. 3 ,:Tu .,
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.Mrs. Rebecca Simpson. presidents <>:, r' ,\,,\4;:-1.. t flora! ( _de: i igij sun dress with Cynthia: Cox Xarcn and son: Wayne, all.L.d of L _
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L. In the receiving line were .. ...., .. "' -"i.\' ccesjorles.: To Marry RADTE

C H. Nasworthy, chairman of 'j., < ,' A, reception "w.i3 held 3t the,Charles Goff I ,. '

the Official Board, Mrs H. H, -d. come of the bri ., L (' '"' I er the TvedclJug} :; I NEEDED .l.:
:. \ : Adams president of the WSCS, } .. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hubert:
1./ ', s1; and Rev. and Mrs. B.-abham ,0'(.';:;". ,} Mr. and Mrs. Temple are' Cox: of Live! Oak announce the I ... .

., '. and children. t '7 "'1:,,:; now residing, at 6721 S. Himes i.;i engagement and approaching /
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< : t. u J. .., ,.< ,' 'lIP I ;;j marriage of their daughter.
".'/ ,. Local Church Activities, !,.:r11" Out-of-town guests wers Mr. Cynthia Suellen.! to Chains: '
595 LBS.CAPACITY
Ii \ J. .: ;' and her committee were in '"' ,"<;' '.nd MrafL. r V T: Knight and Wesley Gaff Jr., son of Mr. .

t charge of the reception. '\:'. :.: laughters of Jacksonville, 11 r.,
..I> J'1. 1t' and Mrs. Cl arles Wesley Goff, '
( J: _":. .t :.;.;,: and Mrs. Purvis Green: Jr. bf I
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{ !f Waycross! Ga., and Mr. and

: gowns in pale green and car- 1 Mrs. Ray E Brown of llacclemiy. Mis Cox graduated from m
NM\
3 c : ned bouquets of carnations M' I| tiiwannce High School in Live """ WJI
dyed; flamingo.
I Oak and is a senior at Florida
Byron Kucera served as best
man for Mr. Edwards, and I Rotarians Plan i I mate' University, where she is I GENERAL ELECTRIC

M ushers were Travis Hankins,I Ladies Night Supper: a member of Alpha Xi Delta

Steve Edwards, Art Meyers i sorority.
and Hugh Jones. Starke\ Rotarians are plan-,', Mr. Goff also a graduate bfCuwannee CHEST FREEZERA

i aS Aft ; a reception at the Barbara i ping' ; a Ladies Night! supper to High School, has
jean Ward Weds Arthur Petra ; be held next
church, the couple left for a Y I Wednesday night of
H 3 ?! .- .wedding trip in the Smoky Sunday In First Christian Church i j at the StarUe Golf and Country :'attended the University I Rust proof, chip! pros! efoftinyni" liner for
i :i: Florida and is now enrolled in "
S Mountains. j ;-i:l:", rem\-ers: of the club,' faster heat transfer

V ,4 ff The bridegroom is the son The First Christian Church I their wives, dates: and guests North Florida Junior College. ,
I1 O Two sliding I baskets for
stetegt
V V of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill.i of Starke was the setting fora fage.Mrs. Patray was attired in I will)} attend. The marriage will take placeon convenience

Edwards of Starke. He is a : beautiful wedding on Sunday gray lace over pink silk with There will be no regular noon August 27 at the First Bap- j 0 fast freezing anywhere in food compartment

:graduate of Bradford High! afternoon, June 4, at 3 o'clock J matching pink accessories.This .I luncheon of the club next Wednesday I list Church in Live Oak. i i

School and Florida State University when Miss Barbara Jean Ward at r and attendance at the I
with
was complemented
The bride-elect is the grand-:
where he in I became the hide of Arthur G. McGRIFF APPLIANCES
majored
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,corsage of pink rose buds. ; 'tadie Night event will count
music and: was a member of i Bryan Pa tray.': The bride is the I daughter of Mrs. D. L. Silcoxj i ).
Judith Ann A reception followed the as attendance at the regular ::1
And
Meyers Jerome Edwards the concert and symphonic ,.aught of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- I and the late Mr. Silcox of j goo Call St. Ph. 9646551c
I wedding in the church fellowship -
Wed In Double cands. He also held membership liam Robert Ward, Sr. of 1100 ] meeting Starke. -- --.
Ring Ceremony SaturdayMiss : hall which was decorated I -, O''__. .__-._.__.. ..IM- _- -..-r ..-_ .. ........-.-- 1
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in Kappa Kappa Psi, and bride-
i for the occasion with potted ,.,,.....rM..r,,,, :...,.r.,_V A4 S V '
Judith Ann Meyers skirt and terminated in a Phi Mu Alpha honorary loom is the son of Mrs. Nora palms] and floor -baskets of 4 'v C) c r*

and Merrill Jerome Edwards short train. Her veil of Illusion fraternities, Gymkana Gym- T. Patray of 1003 So. Colley !gladioli and chrysanthemums.The .

..were united in marriage/ at 3 was of finger-tip length, and astica, and was a member of I I "oad Rev. Bob Badgett performed -

o'clock Saturday afternoon in her bouquet of white carnations the gymnastics team. the double ring cel'e'mony. bride's: table was overlaid .

Shenandoah Baptist Church, was centered with a Mrs. Edwards graduatedrcm with a lace cloth over '

Miami. The double rinj Miami High School and The altar of the church white linen and centered witha "V* ? .. .., .
ceremony white orchid was ; # *?..: .... .; .. ..
was performed by the is a senior at FSU where she.!lovely with two tall pedestal beautiful four-tiered wedding L \ < 4 ;.. Jv. 1
Miss Yvonne. Moore was i ', ,' > .
Rev. Lloyd Whyte. 'is a Junior Counselor and a i baskets; of white gladioli and cake topped with miniature ; ., .". j .'. >,
maid of honor and ballerina t .j" ) .:..<
wore a ,,:, .
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The bride, groom. 'tJ'
> daughter of Mr. member of Phi Beta sorority, chrysanthemums and branched ,
and Mrs. R. H. Meyers, was l length gown of Flamingo Gymkana. and Gymnastica. 'candelabra with burning tapers -i!I base of the cake was a ruffle ; :..: i tr ; !,Y' .l/' '
chiffon. The bridesmaids, I of ;the'' given in 1 i white illusion. Flanking ; ., .
marriage by her After August 1, they will be against a background of t. "' ; ... V"
Miss Mary Lou Edwards, Miss i l $: ._
: centerpiece were two silver :,r ;:;. '.,....'
father.
She wore a lovely: gown at home in Sneads where Mr'Edwards !I, potted palms. I < '. ''''' .,-:'.
., ,of'French Carol Stokes, Miss Ann Col- Miss Louise : candelabra holding burning j
imported lace embroidered -, will teach and Mrs. Stern played ; I ':
with seed pearls. '.;ns and Mi's. Barbara Edwards will continue her ; nuptial music as the guests as- white tapers and. decorated f fwith '

.Ruffles cascaded don the Schneider wore identical I studies at FSU. sembled and accompanied Miss ; garlands of pompoms. L

I + --_-. ._ I Carolyn Canova, soloist who The. punch table was covered !
.vith a white lace cloth 'and; .
'sang I Love You Truly, ..
"Because," and! Lord's Prayer." centered with a crystal punch '. '.

savings! Bobby G. Patray of Jackson- bowl set in a bed of fern and '.I .. ... ., /..
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values! villse served his brother as white pompoms. 1:" ,..- '.'

bestman and the ushers At the reception Mrs. Curtis> .
.I were ... ". .... I ,....
Dr. James W. Patray, Jr. of Malone greeted guests at the'I ; Vf

Gainesville, Don Patray, Ron- door and presented them to, '"

ald T. Patray and William R. the receiving line composed of)I :

Ward, Jr. members of the bridal party| < .

Miss Carol Ward atended and the parents of the bride | 4.:. Ws heavenly comfort

her sister as maid of honor, and groom. i ,.,$ .
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Of The nearing a light blue pure silk Miss Betty Jean Schmitt, :
organza over taffeta gown. sept the bride's book and Mrs.I i \ all-newa

The matching headpiece and Ronald Patray cut the bride's

gown were highlighted with cake. Also assisting in servingwere '

pearls. She carried a cascade Mrs. Bobby Patray Mrs.

Bradford Music Co bouquet of feathered carna- Geraldine Sapp, Mrs. Margaret vinthere's

tions and matching light blue Blankenship, 'NLrs. Dot Hicks,;I f '
illusion. Mrs. Charlie Cowen, and Mrs.I a AY
bridal attendantswere 5 w xa. ar ,'.. '" .
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f Serving as carlton Chastain. .
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220 N. TEMPLE AVE. Mrs. Charles Osborne, I
After spending .some time
: with
Miss Sue Chastain. Miss
with their guests the young :
Brenda Lewis, and Miss De- ;
couple left on a week's wedding
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MONDAY -- JUNE 26 -- 3:00: A, M. lores Hardy. They wore gowns trip to South Florida. -The j :; : .
identical to that of the maid:
bride chose for traveling ,an r elastic3M
of honor, in rainbow shadescf : rtch'eves.:
ice blue silk sheath with a ;
maize yellow,
rose, aqua waist length box jacket with I
Come In And
orchid. matching -
and They wore matching accessories. She wore!,
headpieces and ,carried:! Ss.r
he white orchid from her
matching cascade arrangements made without rubber"
For wedding .
Register of feathered carnations bouquet I II i ii 3 y. : ,bbrrtri'
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i The bride is a' graduate of .

V"luableGIFT and illusion. BHS, class of 1960. Mr. Patrayis rrJatMsc; Y pear '; .,5 i ryR/.f'i/Y fry. IIU.
Serving as junior brides-I >d'a Yf::6i'-
maids were Donna Lou Fatray, also a BHS graduate, classof N Y' r7{ : ; .>%' a yyr qas' 'v: .. cool fees. .ceHea-dstroft osmachin tII
'56 and is now emphYed by j I S
and Sheryl Lynn Ward. They : r' .. washable
the DuPont Company)Jin the + .
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wore gowns of light pink Silk I YYP ip r
;; maintenance department.Outoftown' i j .. lam vp to dna,&BM feeg_
organza over taffeta with i .'

To be Given to Holder of Lucky Number Wednesday matching headdress. guests were and'Mr. '''' M r. Surnmer 11M0/ IKe leKe few 01. 'f'd"I
.Mrs. 'Park Chessier designed, and Mrs. Milton Wood '

; NOTHING TO BUY JUST REGISTER and: made all the gowns of the family of Jacksonville, Mrs.I! t :a -/4 ;: end youcan' eajoy wery fc-f3d how of if orww

S viedding party. Wood. Sr. of' Jacksonville i I; a '' ,, .. w i heavenly comfort fc Hw atneir Roytex Uifi9 W'

,Dempsey Sapp, Jr. served as Beach, Mr. aruf\MrS. Charlie!I ,;

You Are Invited To Come ./In And See Our ring bearer. He carried a white.I Lee Morris of Gylnea Park !l t M"i.E r ; y r NowMbcuasIeostcbroilmof' 1 !. f : "

satin pillow decorated with'!I Texas and Mrs. D R. -Sapp'of 'I ,4. N/9I Strefdi' ver ebttic& ..,the oanoaog etesns

Full Lines Of Chantilly lace.. Gainesville. I> Y,, j fabric mode wr&oe.robber, so 60 yd ecu

;. i The bride: given in marriage i\ Mr, and Mrs. Patray are re- :: Bro
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i' x xx : mocKma wash tJw new Hoytw LWrtg
by her father, selected lor her I siding: at 515 Nona Street in k.a na i a 4
S PopularRecords ): I: wedding. a beautiful floor< Starke. a< y wHii detergent. *'ond btabck' M''. yedtf.r.
I
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rAllin'or l / I' length Chantilly lace gown 1 'I I, 2 ', /, ;/ pucker" sfretdi out.:.And ft bsh up t*.

I.l l: over peau de soie. The fitted 'Paulk Home Scene x' Td.3,it : li 'h ,g7r1'si three'timttflohgor Aon'on Of fi ary ba
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I.bodice had a scalloped scooped!\ !I t1
Sheet e .j 1 I neckline and was highlighted!(Or Gathering iI \ + srw 1 x>t, .', a'F And now tKera'i MW cotton end doaon n fed apiSo :

I' Music 4illlUG I with pearlized sequins and I On Father's Day I II i I t5 \V t1 cool nosh to yoor.skin.+ SOrifus Jcmmec: .
t teed: pearls. The princess waist
s, I I' the tve est tiMe of.tU y or. eftjoy new heMrly
Music I:ended in a deep point in back An informal Father Day

with .a bustle. Wi 11 this she family get-together was held comfortift a Ploytw lMng Bfo. WI+te.
Accessoriest 'I
wore Chantilly mitts and a Sunday at the Dave Paulk r32A to 42C $3.95. D shots I.QO mor _._.
I'!single strand of pearls, a gift ,home on Crosby Lake, where' !
elcstic trrtudn'ff.
Ir from the groom. Her fingertip ll: barbecued goat was the S AkocvcJtobbMtaftc with Jna9 ,
Orders
For Music Will V
Special Be. It veil of pure silk French"':ieatured attraction on the din- ; : ((4 Nylon cups.,WIut. 32A. to 440 $6.95.

!illusion was attached to a cas- i ner menu. "
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k Handled By Us. Quick Service! :cade headpiece covered with l I Enjoying the affair with Mr.,I ,., MI i;

i Chantilly lace, decorated with and Mrs. Paulk Sheriff .
[I were j
pearlized sequins. She carr.d I .i!
!\|: and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mr. 'aq.. ..... ell bow pek.w. Ioou spa.,te.. i.l ,1oofIa "
:;a white prayer book topped ......
I'J. ...... uMM. .bel. 5! .n bsa.es. COfIoe.
Private Lessons for all Brass Instruments and Guitar ( with a white orchid corsage and Mrs. Reddish Andrews;,! .waft.-T.AT"U..1 ....1....Y.a ..
i I I,i and stephanotis. i Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews 1' .'
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iI I i Mrs. Ward chose for :her 'Mr. ani Mrs. Vernon Reddish j l
I Come in and Listen to Favorite Record in our Shop
your [daughter's: wedding beige all of Starke Mr. and Mrs.:

:lace over satin sheath with I Brooks Paulk of Lake City{i I BARKSDALES
beige chiffon overskirt and i
& I and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kelly ii] !
Gerry Blount/ owner cumnvrbund: with matching i
I II I L beige accessories. With this of Jacksonville and their: families 'I,

Ir she wore" a ping rosebud cor: j

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J i; ?* Two Clubs Plan Objections Withdrawn cuilding.: Since then, it has TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl n-law and sister, Mr., and Mrs. yyyyyyy YTYYVTYVVYGRANDIN

4 :' become an annual affair, and Carl Ford. I IB1

,; KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS}! 'Dance At Beach u is noped mac ail omer organizations MELROSEBy Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook

On July 8th : Council Recommends Belote Site will arrange their and son Russell, of Gaines-
summer programs so as not to
2 By Mary Schaeffer 1 Mrs. Alice Rothhamraer vile are newcomers, to Uelrose. Mrs. Rebecca BrantleykkAkAA4&ALAAAALkAAAAAAe
The Junior Woman's Club coincide with this anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson

&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIii ...A.. ....................&. &. &. &. &. &. &. ............................... 'I and the Lions Club of Key- As Location For New Post OfficeOnce event. 1''A.AA AAAAAA..AAAA Io.AA"'AAAA left for San Pedro after spending : ,

j Construction Started townspeople informed of the!I stone 1 Heights will jointly) Election of officers was held Mr. and Mrs. Morgan F. several weeks with their Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Quick
-at the with Mrs. Irene Williams as Pearsall of Haverhill parents Mrs. Alder-
a dance Mass. George
made. !:;sponsor I
'It At Keystone School weekly progress 'oeing; : and children of Davis are
I(Keystone Beach pavilion ; vigorously protested, model for the proposed new president; Mrs. Bernice Young, and Melrose announce the engagement man of Keystone Heights; Mr.
Linda Sue Lovorn Quick's father.
Ii: We see that work has begun Hazen j i :urday night. July 8. Music sat-I' he proposed site on Lawrence Keystone Heights City Hall.I vice president; Mrs. Sara McDonald -, of their daughter. ind Mrs. Creig Glisson of Lake visiting Mrs.
Weds Harry II. for several weeks.
to remodel the original building : R. L. SeIgler.
Church of I l e provided by the Car-Tunes j;Boulevard for Keystone He submitted two tentative I secretary; and Mrs. Carol Ann., Frederick Rad-: Geneva, and: Mrs. Glisson's
The Community E. S. Brantley
: at Keystone School so that Mr. and Mrs.
the 1 orchestra from Gainesville''Heights'I future new post of- sketches and a meeting was Beatrice. Schroeder, tieasurer. rliff of Haverhill. Carol's aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. I _
the building twIll accommodate Keystone Heights was : !I and: family attended church
from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. I lice seems back in favor with setfor Tuesday night at which The regular July meeting grandparents were the late Bunyon Kelly.
the cafeteria. business educa- :scene of a simple but impres- I I services last Sunday at Mid-
A highlight of the evening 'the Town Council and affected the plans were further con- will be dispensed with and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pearsall. Jack Watson. former resident ft
tion department and the home sive ceremony Monday evening dleburg Baptist Church. A
meeting
next
will be oni'II
will be the giving away of a : property owners. sidered. the: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Long- of Melrose, communicantfrom

economics department. The June, daughter 19, when of Linda Capt.Sue Lovnrn and- !I,oat, motor. and trailer, and i I, When first proposed several) _A budget. meeting was also I Wednesday,,.,August 2, at the Ii ]I mire and son of Murfreesboro, Christ Church, Cedar I picnic dinner was served after Bihe
building will not only be're- ,morning worship.
Mrs. Richard T. Lovorn of additional: equipment by the,I,months ago, the construction),scheduled for Tuesday night i{ home of Mrs ,Irene Williams i;Tenn.f who have been'aca- Key, is a graduate of the University of Jack- /
What C. Durrance ]
modeled. but enlarged. I 1'of a post office lots 7 and on Lake.Santa Fe at 8 p. m. :: i Mrs. J.
the bride Lions Club. The winner will on 16 .tart work on a proposed toning at Reddington Beach, of Florida and the
has been the cafeteria will Silver Lake, became : sonville was calling on .friends
Hazen be announced at 9:30: o'clock. :15: ; of Block 24 drew strong opposition -' budget for the coming fiscal Special Opportunity 'St. Petersburg, spent Tuesday School of Theology at Sewanee.
Airman Harry H.
of
f now be the library. Keystone 2-C I Tickets for the dance may I I! from nearby residential -:year. for Juvenile ReadersI night with Mrs. Longmire'saunt :\ir. Watson wil serve as miniterincharge : here Saturday.
and
(f I school is really growing! of the USA?. son of Mr.of Jack- !Ibe obtained from any member!I( property owners, and the' Beach Meet Set j I Due to the Swimming Program ,i and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. & at St. Mark's,j j Mrs. Callie Rye Is attendinga
A still exists in the Mrs. Floyd W. Hazen Bible''' postmaster convention at
vacancy : of either club at $2.30' per''I II >post office department's real Scheduled for 7 p. m., Tuesday and Vacation 'E. M. Robinson Chattahoochee.Jeff .
i '
sonville. Dr. A. C. Holt, Community '
K. H. S. for I Daytona Beach.
faculty a good '
I Church Pastor I couple. Dress is optional. !,i estate office, which had been ( June 27, is a meeting of Schools, the small fry in our'own Mr. and Mrs. L. Brinson ;, Miller has been visiting
home economics teacher. per-! negotiating i with W. B. Belote. the Beach Committee when I will be busy for the next i' and their daughter Mrs. E. C. with Miss "Hootch" Smith I The Woman's Missionary

I Qualified persons are asked to formed the double-ring cere-II I II (owner of the property,' was efforts to re-negotiate a new several weeks. Those who like''Tince, and children: of Louisville and family of Mulberry. While I Union met Monday night at

!. contact Mr. Sprow at the mony. I stationed. advised to seek another loc I'lease with Paul Smysor, owner to read for entertainment will Ky. are spending their there they fished in the phos- : he home of Mrs. Ruth Reed

school., The bride, given marriage. The biide is a graduate of I I I tion. The Town Council -I of Keystone, Beach, will be:''be happy to know that. Keystone ;:I \acation here. L. Brinson is phate pools took a trip over I Ion Lake Swan.

Recent rains have helped by her father ,was attired in j Bradford County High School,!I told that it had no valid zon- resumed. Mr. Smysor will be I Heights Woman's Club,: the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter the "Skyline Drive" to St.( Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes
the turf on the football field, a white street-length eyelet I i ordinance Library will have an additional 'Jr. and children have returned
I class of '59; and attended St. ng and was without -, invited to the meeting. Brinson. Petersburg and the beaches
but It is imperative that it not dress, with a white flowered Johns River Junior College.' authority to change the I i .Mrs. Sara McDonald reported selection of from 200 to 300 :1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harpe, 'I'for a fish-outing and beach [:to their home in Griffin, Ga.
J be used in any way, so as not ( children's books .them short
of the after
Mr. Hazen is a graduate: of' zoning Lawrence Boule-, that the Woman's Club Mrs. Judy Knapp; and Mrs. fun. a
,. damage, the root system. ;( Mrs. Thomas Garnar matron -I Lee High School in Jackson-!Ivard; site to met requirements.!j.garden committee had pledged. choose from. The Library will I I Thelma Dampier visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison j Sikes' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Coach Mike Burdges requests: of honor, was similarly I vile and attended the Uni-! Subsequently, G. E. Wiggins, I operation( in a beautirication. continue to be open from 3 to i t and Mrs. J. A. Harpe of Jack- and family visited Mrs. Tison's,H. B. Sikes Sr. We made a

that all athletic equipment belonging -,attired. Best man was 3tephen \ersity of Florida before entering -(owner of the keystone WaterWorks program for the town. Clerk 5 p. m. on Mondays and Fri- sonville last Saturday. sister, Mrs. A. M. Howell of I mistake last week by saying

I to the school b2 turnEd .Hazen. .brother of the groom. the service. I! and president of the Haberstroh was instructed to i 1 dais, and on Wednesiays: it John Perry of Meadville, Pa.,: Micanopy.The | that Mr. and Mrs. Sikes Jr.

in as soon as possible( so I j Nuptial music was played by Keystone Heights OES i' Keystone State Bank, offereda write to the University of will be open from 2 to 5 p. m. ;fs visiting relatives and friendsin : Summer Recreation pro-i,were from Columbus Ga.

that it can be checked over I Ralph Copeland at the organ. Review And Calendar I site to the post office de- Florida for assistance in draw-, Mrs. Maude Watkins an auth- Melrose. !' gram will start Monday: un- i We are glad to team thatI

t and repaired if necessary' : Only members of the immediate -, On May 16, mothers were partment on State Road 100 jig up a master plan for the ority on children's literature, Mrs. Charlotte Pelham suf- uer the direction of Harry I i I:Irs. Belisario is much improved. -

Coach Burdges wants to put families
well-e u1pped, Indians on the wedding. After the ceremony. Chapter meeting. Mrs. Daisy{ Station.! State Treasurer J. Ed: Conneen was appointedto ;'!'nesday afternoons starting the Alachua Hospital.Mrs. !I' Mr. and: Mrs. Russell Wood- I[hospital in the near future.

Reservation during the 1961-I a reception was held at the I Hall, the oldest member. and''Edwin Larsen is part owner, the zoning commission to I1,; June 28, to assist each child John Bellerjeau of Indian -:, ard and family of Eureka i Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman -
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season. i Lovorn home. On Tuesday;Mrs. Edith:! Nicholson, the with Wiggins, of this pro- replace Mrs. Rosemary Daurer,,"in the selection of a book to River City is visiting her were weekend guests of Mr. : have returned home after

We hope to have school news, morning, the couple left for" youngest grandmother, were:, erty._ who has moved from the com read. The extra hour on Wed- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and MrS. Dock Tison. !' spending several days in Clew-

in this column often during the i Otis.Air Base in Massachusetts presented with chrysanthemumplants. i i The Wiggins proposal was munity. nesday will be in lieu of the Ford.T. i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund,I I isbn where Mr. Alderman attended

summer, in order to keep the where Airman Hazen is jipopuhr with some Key- Don Champion farm for-. story hour that Mrs. Watkins C. Miller, son of Mr. and : Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Staney I the mid-year conference -

,!' Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder, Worthy -I I toners because of the pro-. ester, reported on timber available -,i conducted last summer. Mrs.' Jack Miller, had bone :, ; and family, and Mr. and I of the Florida Cattle-

McKAY AT KEYSTONE Matron, and assitants Mrs.i perty's location off the main for cutting on the city- ,, Seen Around Keystone surgery in Hope Haven Hospital Mrs. Dock Tison and family I men's Association.

Rosalie Colgin, Mrs. Elizabeth! business street. These objec- owned airport property. Councilman Riding through Lake Geneva on Monday and !is progressing : attended the Co-op MaIntenance -

BOLT. LAKE 75 ft front- LAKE BEDFORD Choice Ilimble, Mrs. Helen V. Egan, i ors maintained this "decen- J. L. Hetherington will i :ast week one day, we happened exceptionally well. He' Department dinner Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Ormand'
of Windsor visited Mrs. Or-
age 4 BR, 2stol'cottagel) 100 ft. frontage, sandy :and Mis. Melba Smuck, have i ralization" would be detri- obtain bids on the timber for. : to see a truck parked at the hopes to return home during ..urday night.
mand's daughter, Mrs. E. J.
$-1750. Terms. ': bn'be'i. $3293. to $3500.; expressed disappointment at'; mental to present business presentation at the next council side of the road with a very next week and will be confined -: Miss Teena Rothhammer,, Hutson
the :: esta:1ishments: and letters large dead 'gator on it. Being to wheel chair with on Saturday
; Terms. poor attendance at the : meeting. a a cast spent last week visiting her

SANTA FK 89 ft. front- May 30 card party. At the last were written and petitions cir- The town clerk was instructed sure of its state of demise we "n and will enjoy seeing his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Christine and Zan Brantley

HALL L200 ft. on meeting there was a feeling| :ulated protesting the change.In to post notice that city dog;: approached to examine its many friends.Mr. Larry Thompson of St. Augu- spent Monday at Silver

age, sandy, .shady bt srh. 2 lake plus ten lots across that there was a lack of pUb- the meanwhile, C. L. Sipe, licenses are due and must be!' very stron3tail and ver/ sharp and Mrs. D. B. Camp- :; ftine. Springs as the guests of their

BR, K LR, bath. $7500. : jmed State' road. $2400. licity. However this column I i whose residence property adjoins obtained on or before July 1,,, teeth. .It had just been killed cell are spending the week in ; Mrs. 000 Tison's rather G. : aunt Mrs. Gilbert Reed of

Terms. Teims. tarried notices for two issues. the original Irivrencei A fence on the east side of' by R. li Chesser and B. S. Gainesville with their daught S. Chambtrlin of Micanopy, is:Lake Swan.

Mrs. Elva Scott of Keystone'i i Boulevard location, withdrew Keystone: Beach property from L Hardman of Hollister, who do t Mrs. Ima Self. i* a patient in Alachua General)

S. E. McKAY, REALTOR Club Estates, and a member;I his!! objections to locating the the existing fence to the water, that sort of thing for a living. The Perry family heia: a reunion Hospital in Gainesville following ond place Mrs. Mary Cook and
post office there, and John C. This particular one came from
of Eastern Star in Michigan, line authorized. It will follow -
was Sunday at the home of heart attack.
Keystone Heights 3071, 2391 & 4152TEXAS I Bird, another nearby residen- Prarie Lake at Putnam Hall, a : Mrs. Paley Boyd; tied for
las been very interested and property line to be established Mr. and
a Mrs. B. A. Barringion. -
Melrose Duplicate winners i third, Mrs. Mary Pearsall, and
lial property owner, and an was 10 feet long and weighed
active in the local registered sur
chapter by a .
.. and recently presented the j j early, objector followed suit., in at 400..pounds., Mr. Hard- for last week were as follows' ::: Miss Bessie Rutherford: Miss
With these objection withdrawn veyor. man said he had been doing Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Whitton First place, Mrs. Roland Bryan Iva Hillyer, and Mrs. Walter

(chapter with an attractive'I I the Keystone Council, The clerk was instructed tc> this sort of work for 35 years, of Largo visited. her brother- and Mrs,_Val Givens. ; sec-. Grolick.
!
ceramic bon bon dish of her advise the Alachua Girl Seoul t -- --- -- -- -
KNOW'L'l 1 own making and design. It was :: at its meeting last week took Council that present towr t and had killed over 30,000 -

> ''ihe who suggested that ;jiction recommending the Be- gators! Recently he killed a
some .plans include the use of property
G' srt of ticket : lote property to the Post 6f- 14-foot one! KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS
tag or be soU as on Crystal Lake, and the; MELROSE L
: of reptiles, et
a publicity gesture. She found nce Department as the location town has nothing available for Speaking :

that many people asked for of the proposed new post use as a camp.A cetera, our neighbor came run
such a tangible reminder. office. Council also assured the ning over the other day to

F Plans for 'department that it would provide motion was passed termi- say that a snake was in herhusband's BUSINESS DIRECTORY
.t- @ future card parties
I : ,,s, .! proper zoning for the site rating a lease dated Dec. 15, work-boot Her,
and other
projects incor-
may 1955 from the town to Roy
porate such an idea as a trial as soon as legally possible. Browning, and a sub-lease of poodle kept growling at the J
balloon. In other action, the council boot, and we were sure it wasa
Chapter members are the Keystone Heights Squad- it, APPLIANCE SERVICE GIFTS-TOYS PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's ,
snake- until heard I Ii (
we
ejected Belote's for
: request a I
!grateful to visiting members
The Texas
Capitol at, Autin, 'in keeping with the ion of the Civil Air Patrol in
; for their building permit on the post rowl. It turned out to be a

size of the state t is larger tnah thai t fcf any other >I helpful work untiring in the and furthering,most office site on the grounds> that"hangar.regard to All three parties buildings:being and in little possum, who ran up a Wheeler Service Co.i f? I

state. The building is pen to ,visit&rs Monday\ ;, and completion of the several there was not enough accompanying agreement, the lease will be nearby tree and wasnt seen PACKAGE STORE I

through Friday from 8:66: A. M. to 8:00 1 K M. The I.projects undertaken so as to infromation. Ordin-. terminated as soon as a record again. We Service: TV \Vahen.Appl. ., jezao ;OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY
make ances require that blue prints, We saw Stella Elmore and: ., Ele<'. Repairs Etc.
Governor's Mansion is a stately, ante-bellum Southern possible the needed appointments ->'I i .specifications, and other Information -lease with Barney Can, the her daughter Carolyn at the: -GRanite 5-2401, Melrose. : i CLOSED SUNDAYS ,
; and equipment ol /tJ JOijJ Keystone Melrose
; ; Highway
airport be i
new can
home and ,is Topew:tq<< visitors from\ 3:00; to 5:00P. (the Masonic building. With|1, be submitted with drawn. This manager lease will start ,dime store the other day pur- (Save this ad Worth $1 on I I

M. t through t I this done the !I applications for building per- chasing a bottle and nippple next service call) ,
Monday Friday. Austin i is the homeof hall will be at-
i imits. i upon expiration of the current rabbit that, i China & Pottery Greeting!' ESTATEC. I
REAL
I tractive and L for a pet baby LIMIT-vl aa to customerBetween : ,
the University of "exas. an asset to the i lease. Cards Gifts for all
of the Texas Memorial I community. 1 Referendum ,Setl i their dog had brought home. Keystone & Melrose.1 occa.

Museum, and a small museum dedicated to 0. Henry, ;\ The sewing committee with l Tuesday, July 18. was set!i ied W. J. Dermody was appoint- Garden Club Notes We -nl(11 Both Areas. i I I I sions Free Gift Wraping.' J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

as the date for a special acting city clerk Curing the of the, I Keystone Heights I
the short story writer. ![Mrs. Irene Williams as supervisor -I referendum The Garden Club ALL WORK \ ,
'
'vacation absence of Mr. Haber- GU.\RA.\TEEDi
I| will be back on the job to accept or reject ''stroh. Lakes held a planning meet- Servicing Since 1947 HARDWARE REAL ESTATE
on Monday June at 10 the revised town charter. A. >> recently at the home of'iContlnued ;
: 26.
a. ing MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
-
THE KEYSTONE ,STATE BANK ''m. to complete draperies for I t.Opy of,the charter will be obtained -. .- i, On Vest Page] I I III I Brooklyn Keystone Heights, Phone 4297 I I'
'I
MWMEaBMMHMMBM
,from \he <6ecretary of I .
the hall I
since additional
ma- ; Mrs. Lee Kingsbury, joined APPLIANCES V Supply House :\
i terial has been secured. State and PoSt 4Jer the bene- the club. INSURANCEAutoFireCaSualty I ,

A I'' MEMBER F. .I.C. Some surprise plans are in fit of persons wjshirtg; to examine -I The date for the annual VAR-TUNG( PAINTS Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

p :. A Friendly Rank in A Friendly Community the offing for the Masons,. the oct nent. Coun-' chicken barbecue was set for Bonds and Allied Lines Redfearn'sAppliances Outside House Paint !!. I
cilman Bill
'r' Keystone. -Heights, ....., ,.Fla..... ..... Star member ,and their ated to Beam was date design-'!I Saturday, August -26,'--and all Mildew .Resistant
arrange'a for
I friends, so we suggest you keep.; a ( members are urged to 'advertise -, Reynolds Insurance SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON Reg. Real Estate Broker .
i posted as every effort is being: public hearing. I' Phone 2741Odom's.Hardware Lake Properties Acreage -
: this date. The first barbe- Agency HOTPOINT APPLIANCES eystone Heights,
.. .-_ 1 |made on our part to bring; you The revised charter was:I tee, heM In August 1955, with I II f 'y. L. Reynolds Maytag Washers and Dryers 1 Ranches Business City
passed by the 1961 Legislature Homes
Rentals
I
-- the ,
in this column.
-'II r news 12 members Zenith T V '
4 On June 20 the Chapter : and provides city zoning! and i was the springboard -I Ph. 2442 2701 !"We Take A Personal Interest

-- honored. Mrs. Louise Lattimore,i I planning and, for bringing or., itruction for .the of start of the con- 'I, Keystone Heights, Fla. SERVICE OX ALL MAKES & Supply j I In Your Requtremenu"i i

., -rj: ? finances, up to date. the Masonic '' Phone 4252 HARDWARE PAINT : Keystone
'- ,State of Florida:! Orand In- Keystone Heights. I Ii (Midway Heights -

,\ -, I structress. A special program Council members were askedto i Cement Blocks Redi Mix I II' I Melrose

was presented as well as the submit: a list of ordinance I'I Cement I I II Hiway 21-Open Sundays. ;

I Initiation services for new: they-,wish Included in the new : Attention Livestock Producers! BOATS ,,Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils!I I GR 5-2981 s: I II II

'candidates. Mrs. Phyllis Hus-. code; being drawn up by a Tallahassee Meter Service j jI I

sey was chairman of the. Social : firm. 'If you have hogs or f ... -,,-- :- The BOAT Barn |Melrose.. Phone: Or. 5-5421!

and: Refreshment com- Council Beam reported that cattle .to sell now or in j."",)1 ;./ .. RESTAURANTLawrence's

i I mittee. assisled by Mrs. Bea-., 'Ie and City Clerk Jack the future please con ".'" MELROSE GR 5-2701 .LUMBER. .

trice Lavey Mrs. Rachel Maxwell Haberstroh had inspected a ': tact one of the buyers I i t Dinette
San Lebrydo
city hall building in,Palm Bay i!' 1 i Short Orders Sandwiches
I' Mrs. Beatrice Young, and i at Copeland Sausage 'L __:.
''Mrs., Ruth Mitchell City. that might be. used; as a \!! .Company and give them EVINRUDEU1URCE ; Lumber Co. Bottled:: and Draught Beers

;I Local Chapter 279 _salutes, : an opportunity to buy :. .: SALES & We Specialize in Custom Sundays'Too- Closed Mondays
Kitchen Open 11 A. M..! M. I"
I Miss Maxine Jones. daughterof 'i I Cut Extra Lengths P. "
Twin Lakes, Mrs. Ne'ttie'Stitchberry your livestock.. i i Keystone Heights, Fla. *.
Mr. and '
Mrs. Frank Jones.ho I Materials
,; t!
of Keystone, Mrs. t
*: graduated from St. ,Johns' COPELAND OFFERS YOU i Cement Mortar Mix- i ii t'iHMMMMHMKTCi&' MBMMBB M
Ruby Osteen of Keystone. Mrs. I Ij
River Junior College on June -'-- I i Sheet Rock [I; RESTAURANT DRIVE.IN
.Orrle Wilson of Lake Brook j
4 BIG ADVANTAGES I III
2. Sister Maxine theChapter's '
was Mill en Hyw. 21 at Hiddleburr.i .I
!: frn Mrs. Edith Nicholson of
and White Top Drive-In
first organist i Phone 4285
1 Mel 'ose. and Robert Innes and I I I :
since the first of ,the year, has 1. Cash market every day. FLORIST -
;; Mrs. Lillian ,Innes. II MILLWORK i "A Good Place To Eat"DinnersSandwiches
served as the star point of I
I The Keystone chapter vaca- 2. No commission.
Martha. She has been efficient I Edna
WilliamsFLORISTNURSERY
t and faithful, and we extend\ r!August;vion for ihd the September.month of July.Card 3. Special consideration given to meat i Keystone' Cold Beer-Onion Rings. ),

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our best wishes as she enters Millwork Shop Take Out Orders
parties will be scheduled for type hogs FLOWERS
I summer school at Florida State, Curb Service After 6 P. JL I
these months The Robert For AU Occasion ;, ,CABINETS -. DOORS
.
University. 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities. Open. 11 A. 5L To Slldnite
ifelrose 5-2331 FRAMES
Morris birthday .celebratlon on Phone: OR i WINDOW : I
J Mrs. Paddy Gilrie of Swan -1 : Rt. 21 Between Keystone & I II
.4 August 30 is one of special,interest -'SCREENSTrim
PHONE Lake has ably stepped into the I
I Melrose
I to members and' their j US-BOTTLED Materials
1
vacancy and has shown per- friends. Plans are in progressfor CALL COLLECT HO 2-2011 1 Sash Made To Order

WO 43101Office lection at the Star Point of a Unique -program and : Keystone HeightsjPnOTOGRAPHY I WELL DRILLING

Martha. 'dinner. Robert Morris is the CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 THERON HUDSON i Keystone Gas Co.

i i Mrs. Evelvn Pu kett of .Key, Founder of Eastern 'star. 0 PRESTON POLE' 1 I WELL DRILLING

I ,apd School Supplies stone is filling the star point The Estrellita Club of Eastern : 24 )HOUR: _SERVICE \ SAVE STUDIO EXPENSE I PUMPS

I of! organist, during the absence, Star Women met at" the] I SERVICE .
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1 PHONE 4351 Have Pictures I
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of 'Mrs. Irene Dawson who -
J L home of Mrs Beatrice Schroejtter 1 MATHEWS j
Copela1tdSAUSAGE'C01IPANY
TELEGRAPH I 14!with her husband is louring, recently with Mrs., Beatrice! i I Franchised! Distributor of I TAKEN I
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BRADFORD County t I the British Isles and Europe.>:Lavey tMrs. Schroeder'j:moth-', '. i ; .In Your Home Well Drilling .

I ',Some new Chapters members t'erl and Mrs. Bernice Young ALACHUA. FLORIDA I SAF-GAS : Phone '4212 ilELROSE GR 55101j : I

\ are 'Mrs. MatUe ,Kingsbury- 01'"ass1stinJ- -One new .member;!I _



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i 5TORSDAY,__ JUNE 22 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA; r' PACE Sfl'ENi
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AAALAAAAAAAALLAAAA Charles WaJIenius. The Lambert and Mr, Miller is hoping to1 COMMUNITY CHURCH
mer.
'TTYTTVYTYYYTTYYYYYTYYYYTYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYTYYYTNEWS ers, pastor of Orlando Baptist and 'Mrs. O. R. Alrarjsi. were
; KEYSTONE 1 girls are the Wallen Ius',I teach in Florida. The Millers G. E. AIR .CONDITIONINg 1nS, p'N '1iEIctsikc. 0| iNtEfcfeST TO COLORED Tabernacle and Dr. Earl K. _-. _,. ,_ j-k; -' I.4,\'Ifldf
iranddaughters. Mrs. Rey- daughter and soninlawill BROWN'S REFRIGERATION -
i ddom. president of Seminary: Jacssonvuiav: : S ..i.iuaalind ....
: HIGHLIGHTS ; nolds was assisted in caring soon be making their home: in STARKE PH., 9691121Mr I' 4. C. Holt. Minister CkT1ZE'4& B'BRADFORD CDUNTY'i I Bi'cle Baptist School in Arlington -i Betty Jo Alvarez. "a

:I for her guests by her daughter, |t tI Gainesville, where the son.in.aw and ilrs. Eugene Duhe I a rs. J[. \'. << ,\onOqtanist j ,:, ,, Texas. -_ i i Mrs. H. M. McRae \Isi.in3 "...,.
I Jane, Mrs. Charles Wallenius/ Dr. Biuce Johnson .will ind children arrived in Key- t and Choir Director,: I .
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,VYvvvvyyyvvyvyyv... [By Elizabeth] Givens] Congratulations. Mr. and;relatives in Jacksonville. .....
SctiooLl8:45 ;
[;and Mary Ann Schaeffer. :; serve his internship as a dentist stone Heights Monday after- Sunday : a. mMorning I I Mrs. that and
Benny McRae on the Sorry to hear Mr.
[From Preceding, I'age] I I Ii'! Sun Land.C. and Worship, 10. a. ,in i &LAAAA4A4AA&4A4AkA.... .. LAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I
i i Guests included: Eernice'j; .at :icon for a visit with Mr. I "'f-"':' 1 1 it ; ;.4 f f... 4 birth of a son in Alachua General Mrs. J. R. Bullirigton's baby

; Mrs. Albert Bachmann, in preparation -I Brune Nancy: Sutton, Mary| H. [Jack} Haberstroh may :Mrs. Everett Fox auf family. FIRST. BAT CHURCH S ummer Program charge. Reports from all auxiliaries 'Hospital on June 16. girl is sick with broncnitist
Ann Schaeffer Carol; Warren not r.:3 known as the Father of The Duhes are from New Or- I. THV. regular. ; summer. enrichment and clubs. house guests of "Mr. and
I for pro ianu for the ; ; The Bradford County Fox
I coming year. A number of the Harriet Harper Margaret'I' UIe Year but in Keyston 1 I leans, where Mr. Duhe is as- ,EYSTONJ q9V.1' progth" Is well' :attend- Greater East New Port, Mrs. Willard Browning last j Hunters Association are hoU'mg .

members will us: attending the ,Muir. Gloria Smith, Carolyn Heights, he is "the Grandaddy:: iociated with Southern Bell R. Smith pastor Ralph Jed at" RJE and Anderson: Baptist Church, pastured by i week were Mr. and Mrs. E. JI. i! a special meeting at 8 p.

I short course at the Univ ol Elmcie, Stenna Lcgsdon: R-: -\,! of them all" having recently 'Telephone Co. Mrs. Duhe andMrs. ropeland, Minister of Mtisic ,Junior High School' Thewimmingroarj f ev. A. Jenkins will have Its: Thomas of Palm Harbor. Mr.i,tra, Friday, June 23, in the

Fla. The next regular meeting mesa DDdd. April 'Mesko. Carol attained that status for the Fox are sisters. 'nd church\ organist. is conduct- Day program on:Thomas Is Mrs. Browning's i community house at Theressa. .

1 will be at the hcme of Mrs.Emery Baker, Lin-a Mcody Dianne J7th: time! Newest arival is Mr. and Mrs. Raymond: Be- Services: Sunday School l, 9jSI \ '4 daily' fronf 0 to 12. Skiing <".,....tQv. June 25, as follows: uncle. I All interested persons are in- ,'- *-

Cooper ,on Sept. 28, at ,Brskas, Reba Hall, Marlene Jennifer Lynn Bordner. daugh- vencur and Mrs. Bevenour's .. m. Morning Worship 10:50: will be taught t Mondays Wednesdays .- Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. Sunday visitors at the home lilted I| to attend. I 'tI

1:30: P. m. Co-hostesses will be '!Linsin.. and: Dee, Dee Harden-j n j 1 ter of Nancy Ann Haberstroh. sisters Miss Frances Rjderlnnd I I <. m. Training. Union{ 7:00:: p. and' Fridays, with a Morning Worship, 11 a. m. of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas -I I( '- &>, II 3I

Mrs. William Lee and Mrs. 1 berghvCut of town guess were .Bordner and her husband, Miss Lu Ryder, of Phila-i n. Evening '** : ces 8:00: : :ee of $1 for six lessons. All S i, ft'J..'. D., were Mr. and Mrs. LonnieDavis <

Lena Clemens. 'Jean Morns:' from Ro swell' Hcber', L. Bordner. Jack ani Jephia. Pa. were visiting Mrs.1 i n.: You ire invited f to 'share p. good swimmers are invited\ to Davis. pastor of ,Emmanuel j of Hindsville, Ga., and'I ::

i Mrs. Reynolds Honors Visitors, Ga., Barbara Vanderhock from his wife and daughter. Marcia, Ed: Conneen, their cousin i 'amfly Prayer time with, us. join. this la.ss.Enrichnient Baptist Church, Gainesville;,,Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams WILUAMSJJEWELRY
Mrs. [ Ailington, and Dianne Mc- will soon be visiting all the Thursday June 15. The Beve-I in arts and 3 p. m. services will be held by i;and children. ,

William Reynolds entertained Givern from New Castle, Pa. grandchildren.Mrs. nours and the Ryders were en craft. games, viewing films t Rev_ Dennis and his tangre-i Roman and Betty Jo Alvarez, "
at her home on I Personals Ed Conneen, Mrs. Herbert route from Miami to West ST., A.' E'S' EPISCOPAL an3 story-telling Is held dailY ration of the Morning Star were in Gainesville Monday, ...;

Lakeview Drive on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Millerof Nelson. Peter Conneen, Virginia on a vacation. I CHURCH.' KEYSTONE from 1 to 3 p.. m. at each ]Baptist Church. Dinner at 2 t visiting Mrs. Benny McRae: WATCHES-DIAMONDS

morning June 14, w.ih a Coke Geneva Ind. surprised the and Peter's three cousins, On Sunday morning, June Sundays. -.:-9:00: a. m.. Church.. school.: .Parents are invited: to t p. m. Evening services at 7 S and son in Alachua] General ",

Party for three summer visi ; Jack Haber.:.trohs last Wednesday Butch, Jimmy, and:: Patty McGuire 18, Rand Edelstein, Jr. son of, School 9:30: a. 'm., Morning gq daily wken convenient. Remember p. m: conducted by Rev. Cam-! Hospital. REPAIRS .

tors. Guests of honor were;i by dropping and were in St. Augustine Lt. and Mrs. Edelstein of Fort I Prayer and Sermon list and the,small fee of 50 'ole 'and congregation of Wesley -I House guests of Mrs. Alma All! Work Guaranteed

on Monday, June 19, doing the Bragg N. C., was baptised iaj jlrd I Sundays. Holy C->mmunj'onj. cents to help, purchase materials .1 Chapel, Arredondo. Starling last week were Mr. A. C. Williams
route to
spending night
harlene Lambert and Elayne the. en town. They visited the Shrine'j i St. Anne's Episcopal Church at ]. 6:30: p. m. Episcopal] and supplies. ',' Rev., Jenkins pastor of St.I and Mrs. Gtady Nettles of '"
142 \V. Call St.
Wishart from Atlanta Ga.,i South Florifu. Mrs. Miller is 1 :jf Nombre de Deus, and Fort' before church services. Young Churchmen. ,
A
18 a. m. free teenage hop is given John Baptist Church, Is grate- Waycross, Ga., and Mr. and
house. guests of Mr. and Mrs. a sister of Mr. Habeistroh, Marion, had lunch and took ai i God-parents [by proxy] were Holy Days 7:30: a.'ra.. Holy'ommunfon. every Friday,night by the City j ful to members and friends for MrsAV. B. Starling of Tampa. Starke, Fla. I' II"r'

--- I !ride in one of the city' famed Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lively of : Recreation Department of the successful drive to remodel!
lorse-drawn conveyancesi i i Charleston, S. C., and Lt. Da-i I Third Wednesday Parish i St rke for the benefit of the 1 the church;; Their wonderful Sunday dinner guests of Mr. \

J. NEED l\ RIDER S-Sgt. Harold Leslie Rid-;'vid Flagg, of Fort Bragg, N.j''Covered; Dish Supper 6:30: p.. youth at the Reno Theatre-
a lUght. Jr. and his wife and 1 C. Immediately after the ceremony :n.The :Music. is provided by Jean ;he amount of $316.97.

.lew baby, Leslie HJ arrived i the Edelsteins !left by I Rev. Millara H. Brey- Homes from 7:30 to 9:30: p.j i j: Allen Chapel Church pastorcd LA':

//I'm with \n Keystone from March Air13ase 'car for North Carolina. con- ogle Vicar. n. All teenagers who are in i by Rev. Sampson will observe .
equipped Complete .
at Riverside Calif. to deluding i a week's vacation in school are invited to attend. Trustee Day starting

isit Sgt. Ridaught's parents.i.)Keystone Heights. TRINITY EPISCOPAL Club News I with Sunday School at 9:45: "',,'
A Home
Riding Outfit." I Jr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaughton : ChURCh,\ NEWS I CHURCH MELROSE I The Fiesta Social and Savings I a. m.; Worship services at 11a. Complete Improvement

June 6. They then went on I I St. Anne's Episcopal Club is celebrating its m.. and 6 p. m. by Rev. orI
::
o St. Petersburg to visit Mrs..' Holy Communion will be Sundays10 a. m- Church annual birthday partf on June Sampson. Junior Church meet-'i Service For Bradford County "

:idav. ht, Jr.'s family, and I..1 I celebrated on Saturday. June School11:15 &, m. Morning 24 at Water Oak School. All. ing each Monday at 5 p. m. I .
iAkI1; .ame back to Keystone on J4, and on Thursday June 29, "rayer and Sermon [First -lembers are asked to bring I Girl Scout meeting each

June 17 for a few days. I at 7:30: a. m. Sunday Holy Communion 6'I :helr presents on time. Carnation Thursday at 3 p. m. in RJE '0

I Mrs. Richard Barton the 5)!) Diane Brokas and Dee Dee -). m. Episcopal Young ChurchTien. I -. Club members will be Room 22. I FHA TITLE 1 -

__ "ormer Joan Ridaught, and her r1! Hardenbergh will return Saturday guests. I A shower will be held on
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mall daughter. Tonda from i from two weeks at Camp Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy Miss Deloris Jenkins left I Saturday July 1 from 7 to 10

I, Charleston Heights, S. C., are if;Weed on Saturday and on! Communion. Saturday for a tour of New I I. p. m. in the RJE cafetorium! HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS. ..

also guests of Mrs. Barton's d i Monday Stefan Brokas will The Rev. Millard H. Brey-. York, Philadelphia, and various -,.. f;'r Mr, end Mrs. Lo DeSueof
____ :c. oarents Mr. and &rs. Harold i[ leave for two weeks. 'ogle Vicar. parts of the north. She' < Pleasant Grove community ._, .. '
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Tlidaught for about fourweeks. 1 There will be a Junior Lead- will return this fall to enter I i i whose nome was destroyed by

I V!_ I prs' Training Course conducted ollege, fire. ...
FIRST METHODIST
V On Thursday, June 15, Mr'I by the Alachua County Boy CHURCH, MELROSE Church News Pev- Robin held regular services $$3500Up To o6os. To :
i 'LJ! :nd Mrs. William Reynoldsand i Scout, District. All Boy Scouts Pleasant Grove Methodist. at his church in Lincoln .

their daughter, Jane entertained -''who are 14 years of age or Sunday, 9:45: a. m., ChurchSchool .I.Church Rev. L. H. McClen- City last Sunday morning, with .

with an outing forheir !; older Senior Patrol Leaders, for all ages, 11 a. m. Jon pastor and members are *he Junior Choir in charge at' Repay ::;.

grandson Ralph ThomasJr. .d Patrol Leaders, and Assistant Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m,I grateful for the success of the !7 p. m. worship. Visitors were 1 $3

., of Gainesville, Johnny fj.1\Patrol Leaders, should be preeUent youth Fellowship. annual Men's Program. The present from Pleasant Grove S AT 'THIS LOW INTEREST RATE ......
I Reid of Keystone, and threeI \ at this important *oun>e. Wednesday 7:30 p. m., Bile -. amounts raised by the various Mt. 'Moriah, and Mt. Pisgah.

$ p I visitors from Baltimore Md.,,",It will be held on Saturday, .) Study and Prayer Meeting. churches are as follows: Mt. Mrs. Parks is home from the I

!Butch Jimmy and Patty Ma- June 24. at 9:30: a. m., at Trin- Rev. Ted Springer Pastor. Moriah Methodist Church, hospital and Is grateful to all 0 ;

tjuires, nephews and niece of: :ity Parish House in Melrose. I 31.25; Free Will Baptist her friends for their many,
See Me Before You Do Any Home Inprovements Ut.f I
Mr and Mrs. Ed Conneen. The, Community Church I Church and Church of God In kindnesses.yVVVVVTVVVYTVVVVVVVVY: .
children all had a dip at Cres- Newly-organized Circle IV I Faith Presbyterian Unity. $30.04; Greater Bell I i All Work Guaranteed: By Expert Builders. .:" ,.
:ent Beach, ani then luncheon.n l of the Community Church met, Church, Melrose Methodist Church, Brooker.i I* ,

St. Augustine before returning at the home of Mrs. David I Sunday services Church Rev. A. J. Anderson pastor,' Ito ,

-I-_ 4; to Keystone.Mr. ,, Nelson for a covered dish I chool, 9:45: a. m. Morning I 1$3 ; Mt. Zion A.M. E. Church I PINE LEVEL S ,
$ and Mrs. Ed Conneen I luncheon and spring outing.i Worship 11 a. m. Rev.' James Lawt y, Rev. Grimmage pastor : FREE ESTIMATES WITHOUT "',, :

ind son Peter. and her house!' Mrs. A. F. Crosby chairman,!I iR. Neale Jr., pastor. I$35.75; Pane Chapel' A. M. E. I ; I., :
By Mrs. J. E. McRae
nests, Butch Jimmy, and assisted by Mrs. France Egan.I Church Jacksonville sent a I OBLIGATION ,
atty Maguire, visited Marine- assigned each member some i! "* YYYTYY..Y.TnY"" I donation of $18.87. The Youth'of '................................. 4........&.LAA. I II I
,- !land on Saturday. While Mrs.. small office so that the in-' Pleasant Grove Methodist I : O
Pine Level had well attended
Conn en and the children wereviewing terest and work of the church I!iBROOKERI f Church reported $17.65 withi ,
.I
services last
Sunday. Rev.V.
"If you would like to ba my owner contact Marine lIfe. Mr. Con- programs might be successful. ;i Mrs. Irene Goodwine as cap- :E. Hall brought the morning:, CALL 964-5291 .
iieen was fishing for same, Other circle members are Mis. I ttain. Steward Boards 1 and 2,

Ray Stpne at Alvarez, Store, A. C. with some success. Exa; Mannenng. co-chairman; By Shirley Green.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA Mrs." Mamie Tyson captain. i the message and Roman Alvarez .-
I Mrs. William Few and three Mrs. J. R. Cook treasurer; 1 85. Total raised, 37786.' evening message. Among .
Williams.Williams Jewelry, the Sher- sons have returned from a Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, visita- j i Clarence DeSue, general chair- the visitors'were Lee Goodman i R. T. %mum
of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.
:I visit with Mrs. Few's parentsin tion; Mrs. J. W. King,birthday Mr. and: Mrs. Albert Willis i man.
iff's office or member of the Sheriff's E. Young Mr. and Mrs. B.
of
any Jacksonville visited Mr. and,
Bethlehem Free Will
Mrs.
: RossweIl. Ga. Accorapany- money; Grace Walz devotionals Baptist GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Griffin and family, and Mr.
I Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and fam-
: Posse. My present owner says I :, 'ng Mrs. Few on her return ;. Mrs. Alma Blizzardl'tily(! : News And( Worship Schedule I and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin, all
t Monday.
Mrs. Welker C. Byron Mis.!I i Faithful Few Cluo meets 913 Eat Thomas St.
mus2 go on Fr'day; July 7, 7:30 p. m. at : trip was her sister. Miss Jean Henry Mickle, Mrs. Mary Luck I Mrs. Lloyd Dyal attended Monday 7NSQ:: p. m. Choir I of Jacksonville. Starke Fla.

Morris also of Rosswell who and Mrs. J. A. Williams. Mrs.I the graduation of her niece Practice, Tuesday 7:30: p. m.!, Thursday guests of Rev. W. .

the courthouse! will visit with the Fews forthe Nelson will review "The I Miss Carol Hall at the CollI Wednesday Prayer Meeting: E. Hall were Rev., Lloyd Mey._.-------_-_- -- _" ____ __ ____ ._ .I'
greater part of the sum- Church Woman" each month;Xeum I in Jacksonville Monday' 7:30: p. m. Rev. White and -
.--->-- __ ... __I. i aig4t. She also the
.. -- V"'a- .a Mrs. Egan is Sunshine Chairman -I was overnight congregation from Waldo will
_"- .... _- ______ ._ I .
:: --- _. and secretary. Regular ri) guest of Mr. and Mrs. be with us to help on our Wo- ..

meetings will be held after'he |j.Harold Sorrells Monday night.< man's Day drive which termi-'

summer vacation on the|I Her granddaughter DebbieSorrells nates June 25. Prayer Band. .. : ."
third Monday of each month returned for a visit. meeting, Friday. 7:30 p. m. i iIiIprt1ii

; beginning in September. I Louie Brown and sister. Mrs. On Saturday the choir will be I .. '. -'.'>' ; 'C ., :) : p _ ."

Visitors at the luncheonwere Louise Coggin of Jacksonville selling at Fred Williams' place. i 11'i r"l
GreariI Mrs. O'Brien, guest of[ visited Mrs. H. O- Brown last;'Theme for the anual Woman'sDay i IiS

!\ Cook: Dr. A. C. Holt Cot Sunday. I I program: "Over the Top." I I'

David Nelson, and Arthur Mrs. Odell Creig and Mrs.' ]\ Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. -. j. : I i. ,
Mannering.f Virgie Rutledge of Ne'iberry'lsltej with Mrs. R. Allen as acting
St. William's News S \ Mrs. Mattie Sowell superintendent. Guest teachers

NYLON Summer visitors 'will be Saturday. are: Mrs. Givens Class No. L Vfr-ZMM-V*4 VkM
i I r.appy to know that they are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. 1; Mrs. Margie Leverson, Class i3H' .> Us 'V

able to baked and family visited Mr. and i No.2 Miss ,
get goods to ; Constance Wil- ,
.,._.
4k ,
take home with them everySunday Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Sr. in; hams Class No. 3. The lesson' %'S. -' "' .'': ': '-' /' ''.5'
after Mass. Those delicious Lakeland Sunday. : will be reviewed by Mrs. E! ,
(
UYsi! tLIllh14 ; : cakes and things look i Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby j! McKay acting, pastor., i 7

mighty good to lake-cottage and son of Starke and Mr. and;' Morning services start at!|I S :. .5 (MiW.A ,, _____ I
dwellers, who can't wait to'get Mrs. Wilbur Barry of GaInesvIlle -til: a. m. with Mrs. Elizabeth j -

f/LLJ I' home to eat them. TheI were Sunday guests of, Clark in charge' of devotions.* ,.:'./. I w W lttiI t-/' 'cI I U U l4 _r "'-

I ,. --. '. I baked goods will be made byjmemcers Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. i!The speaker Mrs. Maurice) .2i'. ..'. ww niSJH" ] : .f V_ ..

if1iR 1 ... ;r_ I of St. William's Altar Mrs., W. T., Blair and White i, will be introduced by* ...
'
Society who, present com- and Mrs. W. I> Douglas accompanied -j Mrs. R. Green; solo by Ella' nL"1LSLL- .,.:....
:
3-T NYLON ALLWEATHER3T J pany excluded ire very good j Mr. and Mrs., J. D.> Mae Perry; remarks by Mrs. 1---
.cooks. Douglas of Lake Butler to the i Sarah Price. _

Nylon cord puts 'em at Father Daugherty will hearI Stephen Foster Memorial nj I Dinner will be served on the -
head of the ,class for 1288. -
the White Springs recently
$ church
grounds at
1:30
I -t M Confessions every Saturday] a j wiLi
I, fop performance! Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green! ( _
evening at 8 p. m., and it is a I Evening service at 3 p. m..
4 Not Just nylon tires II I ,ood idea to avail oneself of and family of Jacksonv111etere with Mrs. Bertha Johnson in),,
GUARANTEED 15 FULL MONTHS 3-T Triple-Temp _____ I this opportunity rather? than \ weekend 'guests "of, "Mr. charge of devotions. There will' I

I U __ _. ,.......,.. ",. -1 ered Nylons.' That 3-T lining up on'Sunday morning and' Mrs. Dave Green. be a' program by the MissIon- !I
.-I: symbol ,is Goodyear when Mrs. J. H. Sullivan'and"lam'ly ary Women: Mrs. A, W lianis'l I I
.. Father has so little. time. ,'i.I .
r-_,' d 1 name for tire cord _ We must remember thatFather visited Mrs hazel t 'Hart and mistress of ceremonies; Mrs:' i4℘;; i TI1 I .. .r
t 3-T NYLON SAFETY ALL-WEATHER exclusively processed Daugherty to, Mrs. Mary Willis 1 in ,Bell last R. Green, 'speaker: introduced !
comes '
r *L S to give it the top Keystone Heights from thePrison Friday. I by Mrs. Wh eler; solo. Mrs. G.: 4ziwiJJ1;: ;

;I Toughest in and comparison nnderpriced with i _-_ strength needed for building top-performing tires! every Sunday morning,' AanMessthoreof Ocala S was Carter; remarks, Mrs. Sarah -. ... S I. .. .
far, $
by the weekend guest of Mr. andMrs. Prince; Offering, Mrs. M. Dell
1
PROTECTION md from hefe he must: go
'ei&hi tires in its class. GUARANTEED
top | kutk .Wt '
HJ to A. L. Green and fain11 and, Mrs. Hollins.
t Starke to say a third Mass
I GUARANTEED 21 FULL MONTHS BY 60,000 DEALERSCOASTTOCOAST ind he has to travel on sche-[: 14is. feetty Witt arid family Night services start at 7:30 it's such
visited: Mr. and Mrs: C. with treat
Mrs. Sarah Prince in a
. .. ._ JuIe.. .
'- --" -' *!and'family and Mr. and Mrs.
I T\O'.lfGJ'tE: "S'17 ;f) 'These three Nylons carry- Goodyeaj's nationwide CAP BarbecueOn I.. -
: .. ..: .' _..it. :John Jenkins and family In I'
c- certificate
-- -- -- new tire guarantee with written stating Saturday July 1, the.: Gastonia, N. C. last week. JIe'guest speaker at the' to beat the heat

3-T NYLON,CUSTOM SUPER CUSHION that they are guaranteed against normal road hazards Civil Air Patrol l will hold.. an: Miss Virgie Register is visit- Brooker Baptist Church Sunday ? :
S -i.e" blowouts fabric breaks cuts-;,except repairable outing and barbecue at "Ash-i! .
of 95ITOl :ng her s1ser. Mrs. Betty Hal-1 morning.
J I A. superior.tire good-premium' punctures. Any ftodyear dealer will repair with !and," the estate of Col. Harold -' tiwanger fh Jacksonville for Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bran- WITH ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING -' ; : "
a
quaity.I $2 2 -IS 17M out charge or make allowance on t a new" tire based Ashley, one mile south east;!a few weeks. !nam of 'Palatka were visiting Keep your family comfortable, throughout the summer. For ATTIC and WINDOW :'

buy prIce. I klack x tutwlewGUARANTEED UI on original tread depth remaining and current: if Melrose. There will BTerrel Green hew to Massion. -' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and no matter bow hot and sticky the weather, ifr just like VENTIUTiNS FANS ,,"'I

27 FULL MONTHS Goodyear price" Timming, fishing and skiing.: ; Ohio last week to accom- family several days las: week. another world inside the modem air conditioned home. Air ARE WONDERFUL AIDS =
flu Ui art 'HI' tUin.. :Ot will be $1.50 per person.)f pny: his aunt. Mrs. A. R. Purand' ilrs. Mattie Barry 'was the Conditioning cools the air and regulates the humidity, so TO COOL COMFORT -
festivities will begin at 3 =
p.' i\is family back to Florida weekend guest of Mrs. Carnita you don't feel hot or sticky. It filters out dust and pollen They remove hot stale air
DOWN with old tires. terms n. Get tickets from
NO MONEY your easy pay any mem-i i for a vacation. Evans in Haines City. to bring relief from allergies. Children eat better, sleep -draw in clean fresh air.

ber.The ii'i I ,Mrs. Bryan Cornwall and 34x s. Schley "DeLoach of better,and are leas irritable.And...yeer-round Electric Air
CAP Cadets are making,i family of Columbus. Oa. Jacksonville was the weekend
are Conditioning the real '
u answer to healthier, happier! family' *
tOD1iEAR rfans for their encampments'ater I spending this week with her truest of Mrs.. W. T. Blair and living-mmlo Iiving and winter.
summer
on In the summer. 'I!i mother' Mrs. W. T. Blair and Silly, andMrs., W. L. Douglas. ". 44 .-
Lion's" Dance family. AnnouncementPostmaster. .Don't delay another&y!Get your Electric Air Conditioning tuna"
PEOPLE RIDE QN GOODYEAR; TIRES TrJAN ANY OTHER KIND un
opt
tJORE the
Keep in mind the 'following Miss Juanita Stalnaker of W. H. Hicks on \1lho House" or the "Add-a-Room-a-Year" plan. III '

Saturday. July 8, a'hich: I Tallahassee was the weekend Tciuld like to remind everyone! See your ekctric appliance dealer now. -"It "1'i

'une the Keystone 'Heights guest of her parents. Mr. .and that as of July 1st the money j i >

'GOODMAN'S SERVICE STATION Lions Club w1U hold a, dancen Mrs- W G, sta1 ker order fees will go up. The newj % L .
conjunction, ,with the Jun- 'Rev. and Mrs. I. T. Temple prices will be: 20 cents on! aAfattfiamelesvFLORIDA { :
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'cr Woman's Club, at the'Pa- and: c: daughter 'of' Mont;cello money' orders from 1 cent to '

,,. U. S. 301 at South City Limits Seeber D. Goodman vilion. Dress will be optional vere weekend"' guests of Rev. $l9; 30 cents from$10.01: to', I POWER.- t r LIGHTHCLPINQ COMPANY :;

., .. ... There will be a,real live' band. and Mrs James Temple and $50? and "35"cehU'from isoOI, -. BUILD" FLORIDA-. ,.. ,
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, PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORHA ; THURSDAY. JUNE 22, 1961
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in Starke. City Attorney Arch I Conner Pledges out any males around. Regard- out life.
Bad Water Thomas Jr .stated, and the Changes Made feed f These "stick-tight" scales I
1 :ess !of sex the aphids by j
j
To Protect Met's GoGardening
breakdown would be oatweenuholesale I" I I r sucking the sap from the ten- lose their legs and antennae

and retail dealers. i c'ia. Farmers !! 1 -er plants, causing the plant with their first molt and become -

Still C ming Tie; present ordinance applies I in Postal Rates to become deformed. small, round: or pear-

only to dealers having placesof I I (Continued from Page One) J j .. Nature may take a hand in shaped outlin / The outer

business in tr city. 'Ie said. : controlling 'aphids. If you look surface may tie on a waxy

Residents Say t I Chairman J. D. Doyle urged.aoard II .vegetables-id, not receive they pay.sold The him deal-and; fective July 1 1An I By Hcrvey Sharpe at an army of aphids you may coveiing, a powdery coat or a

members to give the U. Florida Agricultural spot:>> a friend the syrphidflylarva cotton finish. They feed by
er's bond was $7,500 so the
deflating the Juice from
!
ts.
[Continued From Paso 11 301 south sewer project'i I farmers received 31 cents on ifJ ; Extension Service inserting a tiny thu ad-like
(I thorough: study before the next!i! extensive change in postal an aphid larva af the rate tone -

or force, it takes to get sufficient -meeting, saying some action, the dollar. 'aiea for money orders, domestic a minute. The braconld beak Into the rose plant and ,. I
::I "Another claim was filed a- deliveries Roses may )be red-but you deal death sucking out the plant juices. '1
power through the wires. will have to be taken to appropriate I special and wasp can .a blow to ,
*4AH the houses spoken of 1 funds. Councilman Ruby i gainst an egg dealer in Central ( nternafconal mail will go intt will feel blue-if you don't hundreds of aphids: -by laying Methods of controlling scales -

{passed an inspection on wir- Johns suggested a special Florida by seven faimers. His I ) : effect July 1, according to prevent bugs from gnawing on its eggs Inside the aphid.I- '( and other rose Insects are not I
S
bend was $10,000 but he owed I -:1 Jtarlce Postmaster G. J. Mc- loses before they do. If don't have the
-
ins when first constructed, : meeting to discuss the issue. .SSAif I you patIence
it? Cerk Merrill: Eawards'1'i but no date was set. j I the Canners $21,000 so they I k.: .Sv I S iriff Jr.T.1e The little varmints are to wait out the battle the slme in'fverr section of

ata; ed. ,but the existing wiring:; Attorney Thomas: was in-J collected 47 percent. These : ; t rh only change of major ira- sneaky rascals. The momentyou of nature, then try a malathion the stale{ 60 before applying
;:
has become !insufficient as, stracted to write the Federal i iI !j'I were both Florida dealers but rtance locally will 'te on turn your back, they'reapt spray. ( any' Insecticide, be sure to

tf8flens have ads'ed more: and.1 I Power Commission urging:'there are many cases where I I' / ; .o..ey orders. :MGriff: said. A to zip out from a nearby Mites or red spider are six- : chat with your-county agricultural .
out-of-state dealers are in- : crder fee of 15 centsor host plant and begin munch- than .
more electrical! ] noney legged crawlers no more
appliances: on', hem to grant Houston GasCompany's garden
J I agent or your
the sam: circuit.' that volved. For instance, an out- : $1 to $3 will be eliminated. ing on the best rose in the gar 1-50 inch long. Often there is'
request --- -
,
year- ofstate livestock dealer owed'' supply store manager. They
In olhpr action: .round natural gas customers. = + .nd 20 cent fee for orders den.Not quite a build-up of damage- : twill
two Florida farmers $20,000 for ':J to 10 will be only do insects chomp recommend the best
Clerk Edwsrd< said that according those using heat in winter and f charged.The dealing: spiders before you notice j
livestock. His bond
$10,000
to the quarterly Inspection air-conditioning in rate on money ordei's away at the plants bu, worstof that the rose leaves takeon chemical to use and the pro- .
summer
paid off 50 cents on the dollar. all they eat the oride o'it. .;-
of the city's natural 1.7 ; ,,.. $iobl to $:jO will remainat ?"' off-yellow color. dosage
be; given a i.vper: therm per }
ga; system ,':y Reynolds," Smith discount. 'These are not just isolated I 30 cents, the postmaster i of a gardener's prestige. To A nand lens is needed to
cases,' Conner added, "We I B And C Commanders protect that pride you've got I
and Hill engineering firm of: \ Company I stated, and the rate on money( discover mites. You'll find
'Jacksonville, there 'are now Clerk Edwan s las instructed have niany of them." S orders from $50.01 to $100 will j to conquer a horde of creatures some mites: are whitish and I'OWNERS

485 gas meters installed In I by the countll to Investigate !-! The 1961 Florida Legislature! Congratulated On High RatingLt. be increased from 30 to 35 with chewing sucking, pierc- virtually colorless. Others maybe Deep Freeze

tarke. Seventy-two vacant)I whether or not the city also did some tightening on jcnts. ns, or rasping mouth parts. tan reddish or purple i jI

hou.!es and 6S seasonal' : cut-offs i; has insurance to cover children the License and Bond Law enforced : Col. Harry Hatcher .Is 20 men with more than seven i Special; : delivery rates on ;irsticluss The worst foes otroses are There are a numoer of spray I- J
:,n playgrounds, and going to by the Department of thrips, rait** [red spider] and
2ive the- city 345 active natural shown congratulating Capt.. ..ear.:;' service and airmail wilt remain chemicals that will lull mites. :
gas cutfmers, according to the( ;and from home. Recreation Director Agriculture. It amended the Drew F. Reddish commanding With these people we. have the same. All other classes will :aphids. Some old stand-by materials ',

'report. j Biddy:! Elliott requested law to set a six months time officer of Co. C. 748th Ord. lsd effective training at arm- '! v increased from 45 to 55 Young thrips are yellowish, include Kelthane, Armite and'.

Council! tabled a motion to'': :.he' i investigation.The limit on filing claims and made On., Starke and 1st Lt. James ory drills, and during summer 1! cents for the first two pounds,I minute slender, creatures. A Ovotran. I

expand the coverage of city occupational Fire Department reported licenses renewable on their anniversary Bloodworth] commander of Co. field training where we actually -I from 50 to 65 cents from two I mature wisp of a thrip is about ,Bagworms are an interesting:. Ga. Freestone
!
: licenses to cover purchase of a used portable( date instead of July B, 748th Ord. Bn., Camp function in providing ordnance -''to ten pounds, and from 70 1-40 inch long. The little pests pest. Numerous snacks or bags;:

'out-of-town retail dealers who!jenerator for $l2. Department 1. It;. also included a section Blanding upon geing informed .!support for other division j cents to 80 cents for all pack- feed by rasping the plant surface dangling from foliage-stripped !

:kell their products in. Starke.;, officials are empowered to forbidding a dealer to consignhis that both units received' rat- units," the commanding, ages over ten pounds. then sucking the sap as rose bushes are mute evidence :! PEACHES

*'!ba expanded coverage would i i iJfifike make purchases up .. $150without dealer Consignment to another ing of superior on their annual officers said. "All of our people Rates will also change for it oozes from the wound. I of what happened to the lea- II II"es.
and charge the farmer
In those dealers who rent- inspeclon by the representativefrom have worked hard trained foreign mail effective July 1. Often thrips fly to roses In' Hand picking and burn- ;!

"Ed, processed or serviced goods., consulting' the board a double commission. Third Army Headquar- well and made a special: ef- I Airmail letters to Bermuda,, huge numbers from nearby ing the trash-glued pods will! $225 '

lot'.g-...... 1V"1E1JIEI& -'" -_ _-=_c_____..- ._..... .--u-=-=, Guard To : I ers, Fort McPherson, Ga., In- 'ort to improve unit efficiency! I Central America (other than:plants. During flowering periods put an end to this leaf-eater. i
Set i;pecting General's Depart- in administration, training, Mexico], the Caribbean area it is a good idea to dust There are some 19 species S

Leave For Camp I ment. i supply, mess, an 3 overall efficiency -! St.: Pierre and Miquelon will be ,:; the blooms with either mala- uf scale ins. ts that attack '

Both units are in the 748th and It was only through! 13 cents for each half ounce. thion! or chlordane. i roses. The most serious reI I

(Continued from Page One! ) I Ord. Bn.. commanded by Lt.t this hard work and training,<: Surface mail to Mexico and I Aphids are a menace to tender : Florida red and cottony cushion I

!iCol. Hatcher. Superior is the I hhat we have reached our Canada will remain at 4 cents I I rose shoots and buds: because scales. Rose scale is a I! We Deliver Anywhere In

.' port for other units of the di- I'highest rating given, and was!i goals: .:an ounce, airmail 7 cents an I I of their rapid reproduc-third-rate pest. I Bradford, County !\

vision. The various sections, received by one other unit in 1 Lt. Cot: Hatcher said "This ounce, and post cards 3 cents.,i tion rate. I Most scale Insects attach I
.. J. will function in their jobs suchas the battalion-Hq. & Co. D,I jis well-deserved and hard-i i i i
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I a For all other countries, surface -|i Incidentally don't blame' themseli'es to the rose plant I I
.I ..'r,':.l... automotive repairs track I i i commanded by Capt. Billy *D.i .;, earned honor for both Guard' mail will be 11 cents for': gentlemen aphids for the damI I soon after hatching, and BOWLING
vehicle repairs radio operation; ;i Dansby a former enlisted man!units, and I am proud of from their rare-I
every ,. the first ounce and 7 cents fa;i I I age. It's a fact that "lippant ly move
and repair, small arms and :. and later an officer in Co. C, ; and officer in the units'''
I man 'each additional ounce, post females often reproduce gen- for the rest of their lives. Produce Market
A Wonderful New lED Home' artillery checks and repair,((Starke. ;and the-part he had in reaching :. cards will be 7 cents and, effec. I eration after generation with- Mealybugs are an exception.

can be yours, with Xo Down ordnance supply support, welding -.i Capt. Reddish and Lt. Blood-I this goal We leave for our tive immediately air letter r They remain mobile through-i..
Payment and Low Monthly and metal body support'l worth pointed out that "only. WANTEDYARD MAN with -. 5
I summer field training at Fort.i!sheets will be 11 cents.
Term Visit our displays today ,. as well as the best efforts and dedicatedI mower; knowledge of shrub- Men's Clothing
Stewart, Ga.. on June 25 where ORE IIWI
ALVAREZ' STI
1001
and see the many styles avail I mess. II |I I service by many members of I 1 bery and hedges. -:241 Park EblihrdHASTINGS 1894 !
I An advance we will continue an effective, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
aJ)16.00& W. Madison Street detachment the: units made this accomplishment i Place tchr 4 .
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rhone 964-8641.& from each unit left Thursdayto : possible." They said I. training program in order to;I Barry VanDeventer, 1

draw supplies, check shop that each company has over meet our responsibilities." Minister
t i and billeting areas and 'to
390 N. Cherry St.
make ready for the arrival of ,Starke FFAMembers Romantic Comedy
I I >! ij
; the main body on Sunday. : Thursday Choir. practice, g
'. .4 S. Comes To Florida
'' ,, : i 18 p. m.Sunday. .
Attend
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,. .;,;''...."..."- ....: r. ,,. -: ,, COLEMAN FAMILY: This Weekend Sunday School I
j h:t" ...". .', S 'r, f''i I REUNION NOTICE 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 20 Words or less, one time __ .83 Memorials, Resolutions --:._. 5e per word .

I The Coleman reunion I(State Confab Redheaded pretty and pert,, 11 a. m. Junior Choir 5 p. m. If not paid advance. -.____ 1.80I (Cards of Thanks up to 50'words' _... !._ 2.50

.,' ;" family Deborah' Walley makes an Evening Vespers, 8 p. m. Youth Keyed or Blind Ads -_______ 1.00 Over 50 words ?__,-J.: -', -- 5c per word
will be held at Strickland's :
I Landing on Kingsley Lake,i Four Bradford High School auspicious screen bow in Fellowship, '1 p. m. .! ,Each additional word over 20 .._____ 65. Display ads in Classified__. 1.50 per Inch
!Future Farmers received State ."Gidget Goes 'Hawaiian," new Wednesday Women of the
I I Sunday, July 2. All friends and) Farmer Degrees at the 33rd Columbia romantic comedy,'Church, 7:30: p. m. iJ i j .WANTED SEMI-RETEN lOUSE FOR IMMEDIATE i T TI MATTRESS
.{--' :J T L JJi1I rll j. _r p I relatives are invited. State FFA Convention held in playing >I ED COUPLE TO OPERATE ALE by owner. Less than
: iI-1i- Sunday, Monday and & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
_: : __._ _.___ ___ ___1 FULL OR PART-TIME WAT- narket value. 3 bedrooms
:- -- --- -.I Daytona Beach last Tuesday Tues ay..Jun.e 25 :26 27; ,1iath.
and KINS i 710 Lemon
_._ ROUTE IN THIS AREA Phone 964-4801 964-! St..PaIatks
THE TREND IS TO CHIROPRACTIC or
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through Saturday June at the Florida Theatre. EARN
I $50.00 TO $100.00 3741. 3tchg 6-22 Furniture ,Repaired, Up-
The four were Allen Crews James Darren, the young SO SEE YOUR CHIROPRACTOR WEEKLY DEPENDING ON I bolstered & Refinished

Percy Sullivan, Eddie Starling, actor who ,also appeared in'Gidget" FIRST AND TIME DEVOTED TO THE
FOR SALE MATTRESSES REBUILT
BUSINESS. WRITE SARATOGA
WATKINS -
t/ i I and Wayne Parrish. Starling "' returns again as the SAVE. 6tp 7/28, 659 W. PEACHTREEST. HEIGHTS 3 bedroom CB New Innersprings

also captured the District Soil i Jieenage girl's often-bewildered
famous and Water Conservation Award'!i boy friend and the two songs' LARGE'SWIMMING 6-221 1 screened porch, air condition I Drop Us A Card or Call
along with the $50 prize money I he has in the film are certain POOL unit. Fenced back yard.
I IOpt'n FOR RENT FURNISHED Monthly PALATKA EA 5-9166
I payments only $57 a
accompanying it. !to be the
among favored discs To Public
Daily STARKE 964-5934
: Beautifully decorated: one-bed- mo Call 969-2345 after 5 p.,,
Eight delegates,. four each i!of the current group. 1:00 to 5:09: ) P. 31. ;room Duplex Apartment in desirable m. or 964-9991 day. 1I i iStchsr SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER, -

from the Starke and Bradford i Co-stars Carl Reiner, Peggy. Qualified Life Guard, I' neighborhood, across 6-29' _. ,$tarke. AgentFORRENT3lft.
I chapters, accompanied advisors;.:Cass Eddie Foy, Jr., Jeff Don- On DutyAdmissIon from B. H. S. See Mrs. Ren- I -'
Paul Hutchins and Curtis Mar- :nell, Vicki Trickett and Joby t SOc ner. 633 McMahon St. Tel.I FOR RENT 6 room, newly,|: 1 bedroom
J lowe to the convention held:In, .9R4-5744. chg decorated: furnished apartment trailer, Also trailer space. \
1 ihI' Baker have important featured'f. SLEEPY HOLLOW MO.TELPIANO I 121 South St.. half Westmoreland Trailer Park, r

: Peabody Auditorium. Delegates I roles in the new release filmed i. ,,I FOR RENT- furnished cot- I block from Setzer Store 3''phone 969-21S1. 2tchg___6-22__
TIRES from the Stark chapterwere f. at the Royal Hawaiian tage.. 1 bedroom. large kitchen blocks from post office. Phone I i
Henry Harrell. Wayne 1 15talnaker. ,Hotel on Waikikl Beach. i I and living room tile bath.I'.I 964-5541 after 3:30: p. m. |FOR RENT-one store building '

Don Brandes s, and ii i ---- TUNING- -- -- I Couple. Also furnished garage! _ 3tp 6-22 and one small unfurnished
and from] AND REPAIRING apt. Utilities furnished. Adults.i : house, furnished apt. at 321 \
Maurice Carter Jr.,
Phone 964-5744. FOR RENT3
bedroom
j tfchg furnished -
a.- -I- the Bradford chapter were Alien '[Company. R. N. RICHARDSON | ,i house. CJose in.,Phone,Temnle. Phone 62981.i .

II Crews, WJlliam Carter,I I f 417 E. Brownlee, Starke FOR RENT Three bedroom 964-2521. Itchg;I tfchgi
house. school. Adults
Takes Lead near pre-
j Harry Loper and Elbert Her- a i FOR SALE
20 ACRE FARM FOR
ferred. No nets. SALE
sey. i A. J. Thomas. RealtorI Lawtey. Contact Leroy Raul-Ready mix-concrete, concrete
In Softball \I erson. Bradford Wood Yard. block. cones, fence posts sand
FOR SALE- Elec. RefriKeraI 3tD 6-22 cement, mortar mix. rock steel. I
Joe Andrews D I I tor. Gas Range and Oil Heat- oyster shell, limerock, and roof
I Company C defeated Natural''Gas .er.I FOR SALE1 young 650 lb. gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg I

Given Post I 12-3 and Lawtey 20-10' THEATB.STARKE I .A._J..-Thomas. Tel 964-5701! mule. work artrwhere.' 13 yr. Bradford Engineering Cou._

I last week to take over first'I L FLA.J : FOR SALE 38' RollAHomehouse old Shetland Pony briddle and -
I saddle. 1-3 point hitch bull- FOR RENT-Mrs. Clark's fur-
I In Connecticut \I)place in the Slow Pitch Soft- trailer. Used. real cheaD.I dozer blade. A. C. Slade Max- nished cottage. Electrical kit
Ideal for Lake or River oropertv. -
I 'ball League. MON. I chen. Single
SUN., TUES. ville. Itp or couple only.
One bedroom. Separate
I !! The Professors who were' June 25 26 27 Phone 969-1545. tfchg
dining! room. Contact D. A.
Joseph W. [Joe Andrews 'I I FURNISHED
II 't i leading the league last week, DOUBLE FEATURE -, Land. Gen. Del.. Gainesville APARTMENT i
] HOUSE
formerly of Starke. has been FOR SALE FURNISHED
r APARTMENT -
I '
I first Fla. After 5:30 Phone
of
j appointed state representative.dropped their game I The Young Savage I'IFR, 6-9085. p. m. Itchg Six apartments, 21 rooms, 5 Air conditioner, electric kitchen. !
; the second half to the Independents -
baths. Two
blocks from P.O.
I for The National Foundation, ALSO- Adults. 1 niL east on Bes-
14-4. They are now( I WANTED: Employment: retired 210 N. Cherry. See owner: sent Road. Phone 969-1545.
I PLUS TAX fn Connecticut. according to
I I['! trailing ,Company C by half Goliath And The salesman. light work. J. R. Bullinrton. tfchr tfchsPEYfrON
j- announcement by Basil :
an
ANDOLDTIRE 0'I Ueht Day. Phone
'- II I i game 9649651.tfchg
I II Connor president of the i Dragon BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYOther FLORIST

March of Dimes organization.]I I t After losing 'our games in IN COLORSCOPE 2 Bedroom Home Available. Interest make American 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
a row the Panthers rallied to .' Oil Company Station availablefor PHONE
I Mr. Andrews first joined Plus Cartoon Now-For Sale. only pay like I 964-4155
.. lease. Adjacent to Starke 969-102
;:. __ : : : .: __ -i- -'--'" "H" ';$, -::::. _. : ".:--:_' .' The National Foundation in defeat Garden Restaurant 11-' rent. Nothing down $15.00 Bus Station. Paid NIGHT 9643891'or
1957 and has served as its representative j j..I 17. Th ::Panthers: were defeated' Wed., Thur. June 28, 29 per week-no Interest or fiance and financial training usbtanceua11a.ble program DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
'-' I charee. Beach orivileKes- ,Wire Flowers Anywhere
in both Mississippi earlier in the week by the Independents DOUBLE FEATURE i to
I Oak Street, Crystal Lake party standing tfchg
and Ohio. As state representative 16-15.. The Frontier. rigid credit investigation. Call
Our big tire sale going on right now "':"" pro- he will work with the I In other action' during the Homesifes.terson. Owner SR 5161 100E Yacht J. D. Pat-Clnt:, '>r write W. M. Stewart. 20 N. WORTH THE' TRIP

volunteers who make up the week the Bradford Baseballersj I Ii Uprising Road. Jacksonville 10. Fla. W. 12th Terrace. Gainesville. Mobile Homes Always I

vides you with a wonderful opportunity to nine chapters of the volunteer j i I trounced Lawtey 14-1 to take) ALSO tfehr 5631.9hnne: FR 2-0110 or FR tfchg 6- below market,,and 'tlean.

i I organization In Con- third the stand- Woman Like Satan Two LAKE GENEVA
[ health over place ,In FOR RENT unfurnished -
equip your car with quality tires at low prices! IS i I: necticut. ',ngs. t' Plus Cartoon 4 room houses on Rd 16 4 WE HAVE a new loan program TRAILER PARK Hts.
1 mi. SB of Keystone
"or farmers. Loans of 1 to 5
'i A graduate of Yale University 8tandJnpW. S L GB! miles from Starke. Rodmar
this sale are making attractive has servedin SATURDAYJune UnderhilL Itc rears for the entire credit re- on Route 100
During we Mr. Andrews Company 51 t tI FRIDAY.
ands
luiranents of the farmer
,; the Counter Intelligence I Professors; : 4 l' % 30 July 1 WANTED WHITE LADY-U .family. Gainesville Produc-

low prices on all sizes of our famous ATLAS j I and Artillery Corps of- the U I Bas ballers 3 II;!- DOUBLE FEATURE live In. HelD take care of ? ion Credit Association 620 Sales

S. Army. He was also engagedin Independents 3 2 1 4 MINATOWR hovs 5 'and 7 vrs. old. PhomHY forth Main, Gainesville Fla.

tires -both black and white sidewall-with sales and: 'hotel management Garden 122, % ALSO- 6-3381. Lake. Butler.. Fla Itr tfchg Parts I

work before joining, the Lawtey Chief 1 4 3V'z Service ,
S BIG trade-in allowance. Trade andS Foundation. Panthers 1 4 3% MagnificentRoughnecks 1960 CHEVROLET WAGON COLONIAL FLORIST -
a now
9,000 ,miles. Radio, heater, "raly F. T. D. Florist In Starke.
I His office will'be located at Natural Gas .: 0 3 3 lowers wired Ftow- COLUMBIA SAW CO.
1 overdrive S150 or take car for any place.
.
save! Don't miss this opportunity replace 1184 Chapel St., New Haven. Plus Cartoon eauity. Lake Butler. HY 6-3381 I TS for all occasions locally Lake City, Fla.
Conn. Recent Births I S Ito 'hone 964-6291. 506 East
rubber with tires. > ana St. tfchg
safe
risky FOR SALE -Very nice two
CORRECTION! Bradford: County Hospital an- bedroom frame home. Will seP FARMEquipment
HOUSES FOR RENT 2 and 3 I
nouocea the. following births: furnished or unfurnished. Ser 'r For

; NEW LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES The Jast Telegraph week when was it in stated error '|i I!i Mr. and lira, Milton Mosl: er. SeeWestinghouse t at 515 North St.. Clair 3tchg St. 7-6. 3us jedrooms.Station.Inquire Greyhound 4 tfchg_. I 'q' Ptariag Planting

that one them of natural gas !Hampton! a son Martin Edward I
Freezers and INDUSTRIAL
I II OR RENT-Furnished apart. .
June 14. i BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC
eo; equal to 110 of |
is gallons propane -
CLINIC Jients. Reasonable rates. Near[ Equipment For. Every Job
w. 1 1i I Mr. and .Mrs. Green J. 1IeI -! Air ConditionersAt '
gas.Actually 426 N. WALNUT STREETT4WKK. shopping center. Phone 969- Superior Tractor Co.
: STANDARDGib i a therm of natural I Griff Jr., Starke. a son Jos'hua -' i PHONE 94-2881 fOil or call at 213 S. Cherry ,
'I gas is equal to one gallon of ,I!'! Wren June 16. I',' i OPFN TIL !a P. M. fit"_!-!? 3t. [Shell Oil Co. Office. tfchgj!'I PHONE EV 9-677S'

: .\, .' : :..: 0 I L j'I I! propane gas. Dealers state that'|t t Mr. and Mrs, Donald HInTon -'It North Florida I swiNG DRTSSMAKINC "" Bi B M l |1 5353 W. Beaver-I JacksanriE

; it Is impossible to arrive at Starke. a daughter Susan: Silo; Covers etc. Pick uo and FOR SALE CHEVROLET!I[WANTED RECEPTIONIST
41! i sn exact relationship, since|Renee, June 17. SipplyPHONE I "liver. No prices men overt dump truck with two speed and exrerienced tyoist I. E. H.
... content of both types of gases i "* nn*. Mrs Sivn*'** rmpBlanding. axel. 1 trameei trailer 16 ft Model Home Apply In person
964-2113
t Yr. and Dav1&Stirke
.. Mrs. Charles I
phone 533-2111. tone. 1 RD 4 Friday at 400
Caterpillar has W.
: Brown's L. B. (Red) Alvarez Shuford's varies allg} t1y. -. a son,, Michael' Anthony,! 224 N. Temple Ave. I 3tD 1-6 / ft. blade. For information : Madison UpKINOSELT St.
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EMPLOYEES ARE ENTITLED -June 19, :- Starke PIa.I I DEEP FREEZE OWNERS fall P60-1692! or 969-1834. UP
;: Service Station Service Station Standard Oil Station LAKE HOUSE for
Mr. and fi-rsia Free +InePf'vhf'S
TO CHIROPRACTOR Mrs. Floyd FugattLawtey You Can Be Sure. rent by week or month. 3 bedroom -

;... 407-- N. Temple--.-- -109-N. Temple 206 S. Walnut PENSATION PARE IN INDtYSTRIALcoM-CASES 6tp' 7/28, Joan, June, ,a daughter.20. Catherine I i If It's Westinghouse" in$2.25bue Bradford We County.deliver anywhere Dowling Lacy LEARN Conway.TO FLY phone- contac'l and picnic. electric shelter kltehen., Phone dock 5332541 -

Produce Market. Itp i or 964-6451. tfcngI


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