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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 29, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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t VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE %'9,.' 1961: NUMBER ONE- ._, To Plan Sewer Proiect '


To Get AcquaintedHouston i P r .
Three Arrested ., 1

Judge Explains ---- .- ,' ...,-. .
; \ Council Spurred By Possibility I

In Moonshine Officials Visit Permit : !

i Driving -j Of Getting Potato Chip FactorySpurred i

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t, ,Possession CaseThree Bradford County Solons Renewal LawCounty __! _, ___ .ii" ., by the possibility of securing a potato chip I

i L factory, Starke's City Council, in a special meeting !

_____________ at 2 p.m. Friday, agreed to file application for Federal !
Bradford County men: i Judge T. A. Yawr. b funds to finance preliminary planning for improve- !
Burnell Djal. Van Prescott.! -F !,1 In Connection says there seems to be a lot ol .
I and Monroe Addison were arrested unnecessary confusion coiwern- ments and expansion of the sewage disposal plant and !
last With other projects in a proposed $500,000 bond issue. I
Thursday, June 22 $7tJooiOOO ng the law changing the system -
I on charges of possessing moon- .' _, "' of renewing drivers Ii- I Council was told ay Chamberof the new industry would doubt I

shine whiskey, according ,to Gas'Pltint censes. I Commerce executive-secre- less expect to pay a higher !

Dolph Reddishv Bradford ..,'.:...": I The new law goes into effect .- F tary Robert Mclntir that ;ewer service charge which I
County Deputy Sheriff. -'" ... I Sept. 1, 1961 the Judge $ ,: t Starke was one of three towns ., ould help retire the additional
Arrested with __ :Two officials of the Houston J i* ,... : receiving .
in connection says, and after that date, no I I serious considerationby indebtedness involved.
raids on two stills, Dyal has ;. Corporation were in tarke one needs to renew his driver's __ Wise Potato Chip Co. of Dawkins said the city had

been released from the county T last, week on a getacquaintedvisit permit until the month; of his |Reading. Pa. as the site of a othing to lose by going ahead

jail under $3.600 bond on two F _ ir in' connection with the: birth. *,{, 'proposed. new Florida plant. with its application for plan

counts of moonshine posses ; company's proposed construc-] Persons with .' birthdays in -' i,i H Intire emphasized that ning funds. If the planned I
sion. Charged on one count tion of ,a $7,000,000 extraction]i July or August not have 'funds there was only a possibility projects do not materialize, the
: Application for planning on future city ImproementsJIs ]I I
each, Prescott was released ''1< > plant near Brooker. .i to renew licenses this July or that Starke would get the plant -noney does not have to be paid
:.: i studied 'at ,special meeting last Friday afternoon by (I-r)< I
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,.Y Meeting informally with va-: since Lake .
under $1,800 bond and Addison ; f : August but willrait until July City and Palatka oack, he said. I
_ Council Chairman J. D. M. E. Dawkms of ,!
is ious 'c unty and city officials Doyle; Reynolds were also !
still in jail on an identical 'i:2: : or August in 1962 to -apply strong concenders. "Token 'riatment'Dawklns
bond. Addison is alreadv under : : gineering representative of Mclntire; and City Clerk Merrill Edwards. ,I:23oy: about 65 tx>rxnnsjwith 1Iitfsinv_ I
presentence disposal plant
investigation on a, t .....,.. Judge Yawn said that persons constructed -
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previous moonshine charge.He who plan to drive into plans expansion in World War Ii dayS

and Dyal were arrested ..:.i<:..,.. f I [subsidiary of Houston], and,other stjates. may obtain a t!200 after a year's operation. provided only "token treat'ment

last Thursday when agents of '! : A. L. Clark, manager'of the ad validation sticker for 25. cents At State Prison : The main problem mvolVed ," removing only 35 to 40

the Bradford County Sheriff's "Ss'C'' valorem tax department ofj:at his office. This sticker I w locating the plant here per cent of the bacteria' from

'Department the State Beverage c<,. :, .;....: ; The Houston Corporation. Mr. shows that the license is still would be equipping Starke's the water which is discharged I

Department, and the Federal ,.. Bludworth's headquarters are I good and might help avoid mis- Foils sewage disposal plant to take into' Alligator Creek. A sec

Alcohol Tobacco Tax Unit _... .. in Houston. Texas. whUe Mr. understanding with ,officials CaptainGodwin care of the factory's,waste consisting ondary treatment system,
raided a still in the Sampson Clark is from the St. Petersburg -j in other states not familiar of huge quantifies of which should be added, he

City area. Of the groun -hog, Guardsmen Make Sure office. )with the new Florida' law. It Gun Smuggling Scheme potato peelings and starchy said, would remove from 85 to

type. the still had a capacity Although Houston's petition|is not compulsory to obtain nater, Mclntire said. 90 per cent.It .
of approximately 1,200 gallons. That Stove Goes With' Them to increase its flow of naturalgas stickers, however and they are I I Nothing To LoseM. has been estimated that

A Ford truck and other equipment Members of C Company, Starke National Guard unit, are : into Florida in order to not needed by drivers as long Guard Captain Jim Brown I A new state law which went t E. Dawkins of Rejnolds, improvement and enlargement
also confiscated take care of the new extraction as they remain in Smith and Hills of Jackson- of the cost
were 'Ioridj' Godwin Jr. has been credited into effect, May 28 provides, present plant would
making sure they will eat well at this week and nextjn
camp plant is still pending before the
during the raid. i ... t 'tjlle, the city's engineering around $200,000 without the
Fort Stewart, Georgia, by loading a heavy stove during their Federal Power Commission Mr. with a1 prominent part in detecting state prisons for the first time
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Prescott and Dyal were arrested said that to equip the extra $50,000 to take care of
also last Thursday. fn final drill at the Starke Armory before leaving for camp. Bludworth felt it was only a Practice Alert TuesdaY's June 26, attempt with authority to arrest ,for|'present disposal plant w take waste from a potato chip fac

(connection with a still, located The portable stove no doubt came in handy on, the four- matter of time until final approval \ by two women to smug- smuggling contraband into in-! care of the factory affluent

about two miles south of day bivouac the unit embarked upon this week. No injuries or is received. The application Proves Real gl le guns to an inmate of the stitutions. The new law describes would cost around 450,000 tory.The $500,000 bond issue

\ Starke,. destroyed last May 31. Wnesses have been reported in the Starke unit so far. has already been approvedby State Prison at Raiford. as contraband "any, fire more than the $200,000 already which is. being eyed by the
the examiner and is now For Rescue Unit planned to be spent the finance
: Prison Director H. G. Coch-i arm or any instrumentality on Council would be used to
: School Program. Boat Owners May Re-Register being. reviewed by the Commission. told'the State Cabinet at customarily used as a dangerous system in a proposed half mU- the sewage disposal A
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A practice alert set 'by the I weapon." Also listed as lion dollar bond issue. He said ;lant -project as well as lift \
.. Early Start Expected Bradford Tallahassee. that, Godwin was to contraband \ stations and moving utilities
Oilers County Civil Defense "-f* '- are drugs, intoxicating -
Trip Craft Starting August First The engineer said that Houston Rescue Unit turned out: to be be commended for .his part in beverages and any foodor County Board m connection with the U. 8.

will be ready to break the real thing when last*Thurs- .pprehending\ the two women, clothing not authorized. To Meet 301 South widening project
MondayBradford
To Jax Zoo Pleasure boat, owners may in 'the past and will also display ground on the plant within day's meeting was interrupted both related 'to'inmate.Richard'L extension of sewer lines to additional

re-register their craft starting a decal on the right side, about 90days after FPC approval between,9 and 9:30 p; ml by a 'L i County Commission residential areas and
34 12 Stcinar \
Knight serving
Students participating in Tuesday, Aug. 1, ,by taking along side the present mark is 'announced. Unless drowning at Lake Grandin in ; yearson Touring ers will hold their meeting on :* new well and pump facilities.
their certificate of : there is some unexpected de- several charges of caking Government Aid
the Bradford County Summer present Putnam County.
Monday next,week instead of
ngs.The States Before I
, Program: are offered an edu- registration: to the tax .collec cost for reregisteringboats ay. actual 'construction of the Within" '45 minutes the""'Brad- and entering and auto theft. Tuesday, due to the 4th of July No definite decision will be

cational and recreational trip tor's office, where a new one will be the same as the plant could start durk>g the ford unit had four three-man The women, (Mrs. Hattie holiday. The, Commission \ lll reached on the bond'issue until -

to the Jacksonville Zoo on Fri- will be issued. original registration.The third.quarter. of this year he creWs "ifi boats .draggiijg. thelake Knight! about 55, Returning Home)I If meet as a Board of Equalizers engineers have completedtheir

day, June 30.ThosotakIrhe... The .boat, .owner' will also be name on the.new certi- said. 'It is expected that the for tho-..body,; o j Percy, and _"Mrs *KnIght's1mother" Resale f. .y > ,>K%.! $pnday.rflornp and will then Claiming, The final de* j<
"""" trip will,.given''a decat.'th'beIsp1ayedon tjcat '.,must< f Be) Jhe same .that construction payroll will run Jones, 36, who drowned while 1 Sti"1ritzenexcha1g r".I":,;, foreJga j tVrn: 'to consideration of the &o& ml31ie..fcj--some ex*

$aeet at*the 1gi"tse"1bol *bus the right side of the.raft, :appears on 'the''old,certificate.If arouzid $1,000,000' BfiUworthstated. attempting' to retrieve a. boat Phelps Owens,39 his pregnant student from, 'Oslo 1081-152 budget as presented: in tent on whether or not govern.

area in Starkeexcept- students along side the registration there has been a change of that had drifted 'away from. common-law wife, 'were arrest Norway: left Starke early Saturday "rough draft" form by Clerk ment participation can 'be ob

ip the La tey.ar. a.1The, regu- number. This decal will be effective ownership',on the boat it will The engineer, explained that ahpre.Jones. ed about .9'p. !Xl. after officers Charles\ A. Darby. Another tamed for 30 per cent of the
lar bus serving Lawtey will for 1961 through 1963. be necessary for the new own last week's visit was largely a and his family had recently -. found two 9-mm automatic morning for Atlanta, meeting will be held July 18 cost of new projects. The gov-

pick up students, usual and Boats may continue to be er to transfer the boat in his "good will" gestUre for tae pur- moved from Leland, Ga. where he joined other foreign -to complete work on the bud- ernment will not participate ID

join the other buses at a point operated through July.with the name through the State Boardof pose"of meeting county and Mississippi to Gainesville They pistols and, 100 rounds of am- students for a tour of get v the cost of enlargening present .

near Kingsley Beach. Buses 1. present certificate and mark- Conservation""in Talhhassee city officials and letting them were visiting friends. Grandin munition in a culvert near the several states. 'before. returningto The regular meeting of the sewer lines.

are,, scheduled to leave Starke I ings.Commercial Lefore a new certificate is is- know what to expect after construction Shores, a' housing developmenton west entrance of the prison. their native countries the Starke City Council, also falling Cost of moving utilities for

at' 8:30: a. m. boat owners will sued. gets,under way. Lake Grandin near Inter- Acting on an advance: tip, officials last of JUly. on July 4, will not be held. the four-laning of '301 South
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Parents may provide a pack-... .;.I re-register their craft on July The FL number previously' "We want them to know. ; thatif 1avIie'. ; including .Godwin observed StetnUUved, with (the L. H. County and City offices, has been estimated at $100,000,

ed' lunch or money to buy 1, 1961 in: the same manner as assigned to the boat will remain we damage roads or any The four Bradford crews, assisted -, Gibson family while attending banks, the post office, and City ,Clerk Merrill Edwards
lunch at the zoo. Caution the same and will appear I' other property we will pay for by other units, dragged the weapon plant the school here and received a di- most business houses will clos'e said. The' city 'has already

\ should be exercised by parentsto : un the new certificate., I it." Bludworth said. until 1:30 Friday morning: weapons. ploma from BHS in June. How- for the holiday.Accident pledged to pay $35,000 on

avoid foods which may spoil Long: Issues After August 1 all transferswill The engineer said that initially without success before they: Both women and Knight, ever, due to different requirements right-of-way costs for the pro

because of no refrigeration.An be handled through the the plant at Brooker will halted operations for the night.! under continued questioning in Norway,'he will have Kills Ject.

allowance of at least $1 State Board of Conservationand extract only three componentsfrom Two Bradford crews resumed questioning since Tuesday two more years of high school The city anticipates repay.

should be provided each stu- Statement OnAssessments the price will be $1 for all the natural gas: propane dragging Friday morning along 1 In Norway before entering college Local ServicemanIn ing.the loan from Increased

dent for drinks and rides. I i transfers regardless .of type butane, and natural gas with two Putnam County depu-: night, have so tar given little where he will study engineering. Manila water and sewer fees' which

All other summer 'program l providing the commercial oline. Plans are later to ex ties in a third boat. I,,information on the smuggling were put into effect by the

activities are .suspended on transfers are on a valid certi- tract ethane which could conceivably Game Warden Bill Jackman attempt or escape plot, Warden After their tour, which will Yeoman 3rd class Donald Council last March. -

June 30. Busses are expected ficate. The tax collector's. lead to the establishment finally located the body' at approximately -DeWitt Sincl .lr' said Wednesday -include Georgia, Tennessee, and Teston, son of Mr. and Mrs. After Friday's: meeting, Mc.

to return to Starke' about 3 p. lice will no longer issue the of a "chemical industries 2 p m. Harry afternoon.The Illinois, the foreign studentswill Lonnie Teston of Route 1, Law- lntire wrote the Wise com

JD. Editor's note: This is a prepared -, commercial to pleasure transfers complex" in the ,area Blud- Green and Red Alvarez assisted women pleaded not spend a week in Washington tey, was killed Saturday when pany ,ac1v1.s1nllt of the Coun

Swimming classes will be statement from the office [Continued On Pare Six [Continued On Pare Six] guilty when arraigned Wed- before going on to NewYork. his motor scooter struck The cil's action toward taking care

I' suspended from Friday, June of the county tax assessor.It I nesday in Union County, and where they will depart back of'a truck in :Manila. of the waste situation if it

30, through Wednesday, July,, has been changed in no way I Feed Plan Makes It Profitable I '*ere bound over to Circuit for'home. Their one-year studyin The accident occured in Cab- should be decided to locate

5. Regularly scheduled after- and is printed exactly as Issued Court under $10,000 bond. the U. S. was arranged by it City near Sangley Point Naval the plant here.Summer .
the American Field Service
for
noon activities will! be continued -, by Tax Assessor Gene Station. Teston entered the
except for the-July 4 holiday. long.] Student Study. Navy after his graduation from TutoringIs

., Swimming classes will be'T"umed Golf Tournament I Friends may contact Steinar: Bradford High School in 1959, -
\ Within the next few days' Prlultry Industry iecomesCounty's by forwarding mail to 313 East Available
Thursday July 6. 'I and: was serving in the Philippines -
1 Students who have not yeti f everyone whose, home valua- Competition Closes I 43rd St., New York 17,- N. Y., He spent a leave at home To Students
until 26. After this date
lion has been increased above I July
in the swimming classes -r last fall.
started
I i the maximum $5,000 exemption -I Competition in the Spring his address will be Hellerud- be Students who wish to makeup
are' urged to contact Swimming i Second Funeral arrangements will
Director J. C. Hobbs for will be notified. Most of Largest Handicap Golf,Tournament at, faret 10 Bryn, Oslo, Norway announced later. work in subjects failed during -
the Starke Golf and'Country
starting'date. you are aware of the many the regular school term, or
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Morning activities for Monday rords that have been written A new twist has been added Club is nearing completion who wish to brush' up" in
t chooses some raisers prefer could get was a guaranteed with only the championshipmatch
July' 3, and Wednesday., and spoken during the past to and broiler I I certain academic courses including *
egg production
few concernlng-valuation switching back and forth inr price per thousand pounds of in the first night .left
social
July 5 will be under the general years i in Bradford County to make which ,he is allowed so mathematics,
4 Jof many to be played, Club Pro Ted Foxsaid
property in Florida These chicken with current market studies foreign
direction of' Recreation! ,this already thriving industry pounds' feed for'each pound! English sciences, *
Wednesday.
i Superintendent Buddy Elliott. uords have been quoted by in- ,I|even more. profitable than in of chicken grown at the.,..end prices determining if he got Bill' Eppes won the championship languages, and business
: dividual citizens,.Civic Groups I
contcat L. H. Gibson,
may general
: The summer Homemaking I j t past years.tr of a theweek period. anything more. The farmer flight competiti by
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Citizens and Professional Clubs of instruction,
Program for high school girls'\ .According to County Agent For instance if a farmer Is mentioned above still gets his defeating Bobby McRae 2 arid supervisor
'or' Committ es. Legislators \ for the of certified
pill be suspended for the July !George Huggins,. the egg and' allowed three, pounds of feed three ,and a half cents per '1. Second flight,championship names
and others. have heard '
We 4 ,_ teachers who are available
'4 holiday.FoxHunters. definitions such as: True|I chicken !ndust1'1'has already to ,raise one pound of thicken, pound of unused feed even was won by Bobby Shannon this summer."It .
\ I far outstripped the much talk14 but uses only two'poun-heb with market prices down as
I ; vho defeated Bill 4
---- \. Value Market Value 100% Grafcasx should fee>> pointed out to
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about Bradford Countystrawberry paid a certain amount :jspeci- far as they are now.
Value, Full Value ,Fair Value, 'I and. 3,.- First ,flight champion- the student," Mr. Gibson said,
bringing in approximately fled fa his contract for the The .feed-conversion plan *
chip will be a match between
Cash Value True Cash Value "that only the school principalcan
$500,000 last year. remaining' of feed. was,offered to farmers by the : ,
pound
h8s' GU Newcomb and Colonel
i yet no one, comejiip withreaso.able actually. grant credit for
"It i4 part of our Under a nine contract feed companies incentiveto #
economy seek! as an
a yardstick: for theAteor James A. Griffin, to be played .: make-up work.*
Association S which certainly 'should be : an'd with 10,000 feed Cdunty
'I to use. recognized chickens one save Agent as,.soon as the colonel turns The supervisor's office Is' In
I ," ,Huggins ,states em- Bradford County farmer recently Huggins says. Chickens as well t from summer -
camp.
With this in mind ar.d the the southeast wing of the USO
BENCH SHOWAnd phatlcallyf Poultry is the coun- took in $701.44. He was as other animals, have a' tendency The, champion and runnerup .
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\ many proposals for reevaluation blinding. The telephone is 96i
\. I of 'Real Estate. through- ty's second leading industry, allowed. 2.85 pounds of feed to waste feed by pecking in each flight will receive a 3071.

'j; I cut the state and the exerted coming after forestry and leaving to raise each pound of chicken and scratching it onto t.the. cup at an awards ceremony- to

!efforts and concentrated drives strawberries a sad third. and was paid three and a ground if feeders are filled to be held at a later date Fox
FIELD TRIALS I fo'this and the constant demands "Poultry;production has doubled half cents per pound for each the brim, ,he states. bald. Ii- Colson To Join

in this county since the pound of unused feed. This !Js'not likely to happen. 'Awards'win also be
June '29 -, July 2 for additional funds by ; given to North Fla. SupplyC.
I 1950 census."the'county agent His company provided him Huggins. says if farmers f 11] Clyde TerwiHegar who won
various BoardsD.d Groups
:,. Theressa, t ke-have taken upon ourselves further stated. with feed. medication, and feeders only:half full and tend the low gross prize and to CoL RJE Gym Seen CompletedBy W. Colson manager of
Feed and poultry companies the chickens with the farmer them twice per day instead 'of Griffin who won the low net
to/make a desperate toequalIze Elrod Appliance &, in
effort Gas Co.
: Community House our assessment to have recently introduced a new providing only the. house and I just once, thus resulting. in a prize Fall Term Of School Palatka* win join North Plan.a .
measure a "feed conversion feeding'and, watering equipment saving of feed.
Pox also
the best of our ability with announced a :Fjag '!.? Supply local appliance
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plan, ?t'OAkin chickens look This is not cheap an There are about 48 broiler
as Tournament
: I" ---- pne thought in mind;,fairnessto to be played on A new gymnasium win be the major attraction at RJ'EHigh i:dealer on July 15.fr. .
iven better, .. moneywise. tofarmersHJnder arangement as it first appears, and layer; producers "in thecounty' July 4. next Tuesday
I all. partiality to:no one. this however. School In Hmo when school.. begins. this falL The DeW060 i; Colson was reared In
new plan The'same farmer recently at present Huggins ;
\ 1rh Space Contributed We have' mad*cur aSsessments -, structure la ;!Starke and was employed by
} \! begun Just a few months ago, 'onstrceted a newhlckeii also says, with most of them J M. Edwards Jr. well oa the"way toward eompIetJba. It
;: by what a person has a farmer Is paid for the feed house with a, 10,060 in the chicken business as a duI be ;ffe&hed In about six weeks, contractors estimate, and the DuPont Company before
?Weekly
to Publicize
and not WHO he is. These assessments leaving Starke in 1958. He la
which he does not use rather capacity which cost him'.$5.000 sideline. :According to the 1960 Buys Purebred ,wffl seat approximately 460.
of
1 graduate
have been. made by a Bradford High
Community .Events by the onlT iairmethod we know, than for the chickens.' for both house and equipment census the, agent states, the Also being, constructed at EJE are two new classrooms,')School and has a degree In

that b by viewing1 the proper Nowadays a farmer just provides If ,he had Installed automatic 27 broiler producers raised J. M. Edwards Jr. of Starke costing a total,of $17,000, which will be ready for use this'I business administration from
board for the chickens feeding fwould in 'the 10 recently purchased 14 Aber'
The Community ; ty .kmeasurin 'the :.improve eqaipmeat it 1018.900 past years. faIL r'Stetson Un!versity.
with the company providing have ',.cost him over "$1.060 At,that,rate if the 'ndustry deen-Angus cows and three
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1eI.ta.kmg, Into 'consideration t. In addition to these two projects a $%S.OOt addition to the I I Mr. Colson will serve as store ,
State Bank feed medication and <$icfcgffl} :: laore.TJalfl. doubles once again In the next registered Angus bulls from
type _tructi01 I eafetoriaa 'at Sonthslde for.: manger for North FloridaSupply
igpe? Eldon Elementary: School win be ready '.
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He Sapp Sons of 2
) simply signs a contrast fee new.feed-eesmstea 10 years even forestry win Rt. ,
flooring,.nuafeer of baths and and will reside at 413
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this fftIL The
use addition iodndes ,
dialog
Starke. stage more space
with whichever company be plan She best deal ft farmer i have to stsp out of the,way. {j Center Street
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'PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 .
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i"t. Miss Mary Louise Haines of Mr and Mrs. Dameron Harry Green underwent nose Y,3 Mrs. Forrest Beldon of De- Mr. and Mrs. William God- ,!

. 4'Jf- Altimont Springs was the :Black and daughter, Kitten surgery Tuesday at St. Vin- .. vt catur, Ill was visiting her fchths
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: r. / weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. .of Atlanta, Ga. were weekend I cent's Hospital. r 4"g son-in-law and daughter Dr. I

f9< .., fes J. E. Hildebran and family. guests,of Mrs. Black's mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimber- '' iii x and Mrs. Gerald Swing last sin; Starke, a son Franklyn

.w. I .. .'i Mrs. Emma Planer of .C1e eland Mrs. W. B. Parks ". ly of Eagle River were week- ;'G reek. Lee, Ant JE ing, aocow,; Eugene, June 21. {.
..*.,! Tenn. is spending ten Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson end guess of Mrs. Nelson! << &tanied her grandparents home Mr.. and Mrs. Laaas Irby,

with Mr. and Mrs..Herbert have had as guests Mr. and Green and, family a 1 1ak
days My for ajnonthX vgit.} ,, .r., Star. ><.e fion, Donald
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J.., Thomas. Mrs. Horace Hancock andfamily Airs. Ct,.Marvin Johns and Mrs, Joe Arnold and.daugh :, June 21.Mr 4
Carolyn'Cochran Jacksonville of ,Lakeland on SundaY laughter $ "jicKsonyite, ,and ter, of % ., (
last
Hpllywoo4 spent
+ Jack-
w Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and I Mrs. W. H. Edwards of $ and Mrs. Luther Jackson ,
spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moray of VIrs. Wjllk} n Beck {and daughters -veek with Dr. and Mrs. J. W ,
Gary returned home Friday sonville is spending Wednesdayto '
I her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Panama City from Monday to of ..Heniersonville.: N. C. f Y k I Bro'rnlee. The Brownlees also! ; Starke, a daughter, Brenda j:
.., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with her daughter !
; James Dreier and family in Mrs. Drew Reddish and fami Mrs. Ed Prevatt. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Char- were "Thursday: guests of Mrs. \ r i ladas, Sunday visItors Mr. Lee, June 22. j
of Starke was les Lawson and,son .of Lake- ,. D. Green Mrs.. Henrietta Y d,, 4F '
Toledo Ohio. They were also ]ly. v Billy Dampier : F } sand Mrs. Earl Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Perry White- {
named the Presiden List land and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunt, and Mrs C. D., Wil- .
on fon,Jimmy, of St. Marys Ga.
: in Georgia and Alabama. Mary Helen and Sandy Mar- hurst. Starke. a daughter.
Mrs. Sarah Underwood of shall of Apalachicola 'are at St. Johns River College for Jordan and children'of Lake iams.. F S F, ? Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and Cynthia Renee, June 26.

Allentown, Pa. has Joined her spending threfe weeks with.the spring semester, To qualify I Butler the past weekend and Mr. and.Mrs. M. R. Juddand _. lrs.[ Walla Lipsey visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tanner !
for this honor students must Pvt. Bud Lawson of Fort Meyer familp.returned last Wednesday .
Carl Wright in Gainesville last
six sisters.at the home of Mrs.. their grandparents, Mr. and : Melrose. daughter, Kar-
Ra
make of Va. from Friday to Monday. from( a week's vacationat
!. grade point average .. i Friday.
: Ann Underwood Bissell for the Mrs. Ben Rowland. i; en Renee, June 27.PRESBYTERIAN. '
;
aboyef < "bi .Louise.,Te for so1. High Asheville N. C. ; -
summer The other sisters here Miss Darlene Canova and!3.5 or :+3Mrs s Mrs. J. R. Hixon will spend '
RoberfeMcIntire Tuesday, visitor Fruit Jars: also extra lids at f l
and Mrs prlnp.f ; Thursday
t are Mrs. Mabel Underwood. Miss Donna Walsh of Jack-I > i to Sunday with her CHURCH .
.. Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. BarlettLevy sonville, and M '. and Mrs. W. left; Saturday: ; on a...ten, ofMr.. and Mrs. George Hug- Sistrunk's'1. .", "', raother: Mrs. W. T. Moore Barry p. Van Deventer,
,.to gimu ,' Rodney Herlong of Jacksonville -
Mrs. 'Katherine Leaman, R. Mathis of Gainesville:: were day vacation They planned I. and family in Chattanooga.Tenn. I Minister
II of I take a,, trip down the Inland v .Mrs.! Irene Johns?of GreepCove. was visiting his grandparents $ e. r h W :
and Mrs. Mary Smelser. visitors over the weekend S'R 390 N. Cherry St. ,
I Waterway from New Smyrna .Springs,i and .Mrs. Iu D. Mr. and.bit's W. F. Her-
t ;tiir'. and Mrs. James A. Kel- Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Mr. and Mrs..Mack Williams
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Miami. .t ,Green,, Mrs. Henrietta. runt, long, last week. F9 T ;,, er '
: *)ty ,and cjiildren ,of Washings Mrs. Morris Williams 'and to : jrere in Waycross, Ga. Saturday ThursdayChair practice.
.. Mrs. George Cook of Miami, and Mrs.,D.J..Clark of:Starve Mrs. L I). Green accompanied VIsiting relatives. 8p.m.
t D.-c. and Mrs. Nancy children of Folkston Ga. are I
'.will. remembered here I With 70 others from different .her sister Mrs, Irene I %
who be
Sunday School. ;
Sunday: -
.:.Vaughn of Philadelphia Pa. staying with her mother Mrs. 4Hs; '
( Attending
'
Camj '' ri-m !
HU'JfI
Inez Moitt visiting -'I parts. of. he.:.State ,W ere;guest Johns OES' Grand Conductress ,
were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Jesse News me, while Mr. &S Miss oval [ ; p Recent Birth .9:45: a. m. Morning Worship
sold friends in Starke. last)lor Air:and.Mrs- Vincent Eric<. to Clewiston for her official and Communion, 11 a. m. !
Sf. ; .
m"Maxie Carter, 'Mrs. C. R. Newsome is in Alachua General n ,I' ; .
I .. iSundar afternpcin at,, the1" inspection of the Clewis- At Cherry Lake Ttil WtielThirty ?
Whitehead, and Mrs. D. B. Hospital for observation and Friday. = % -I ; Bradford): Coynty ij gspi l Junior Choir, 5 p. m. Evening !
J Thomas. i treatment. I : Miss Vida Jean.entry*.who i,Cross..Creek, camp: honoring ton chapter Monday night. '". r, ,announces the following Vespers, 8 p. m. Youth Fellow- ;

..... is' attending.summer school ;at, fdl'S.c-Emmaolu Brown.of iTalla'hasjsee ,- They visited the Bartow chapter -I 4-H Club girls boarded ;From .Starke: ; Gail McKin! .';- Go. ....... ...,h;; (I ......

A : ------|I FSU-in Tallahassee,,will.jpend J\' Worthy Grand Matron, Tuesday night returningto a county school ous at ney,. Betsy.Matthews,;. Gilda!, ., .. .. I
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i l the weekend with her parent?,1 I oS'!: : t ,* :_ < Starke on Wednesday. 12:30. : p. m. Monday and headed -' Graham> Linda .Edwards, ,Lin1 -'< i

r Thanks. I Mr. and Mrs J. I-Gentry,1IJI: I.,1..I iMrs..ferShaw, and,son, bus H. B. Hamilton of for the annual one-week ,.6"1 Nee, JarnerHardp, HarrleGodds Tim e For jiiat t New

II I Starke,* and her uncl&-.and Ceneapent thepaattwoIreeksair Starke and her mother, Mrs. camp,. at Cherry Lake. Ac- t; Lee .Darby: J.anelleFiardn Summer' it Mi= Time Hairdo I
I aunty Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gentry, their cottage on Brooklyn A. R. Garner of Jacksonville companying the group was BonniejUm' Graudpn, : '
: For the fine reception i< given us o n' i in Savannah Lake. M,, returned from three Miss : i ':f II .H;>''" ; f
;"Ga. >"- ;> Monday Dorothy Ross, home demonstration -|!.Alice. Crws,, Sharen Bryan,! Let give summer beauty lift, .
I us a
our opening last week. :\ Neal Colt of LaGrange-. 'Mr. and.Mrs. George Flynn, weeks visit with Mr; and Mrs. agent and Mrs.[ Aud py Flakes, ,Renee Moore., 1 i

: : L. visiting the J. L. Cole family Mr. and Mrs. Flynn. Jr.. and Olin Kelly in Van Nuys Calif. N. T. Green bus driver, Brenda Manning,,,Ljoda Sue, thai will leave yourself free to enjoy 1

: The Winner Of The Grand Prize Was ''I I''I'| I bit and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. Mrs. J. E,Hardy and daughter ';'tre Bradford members will Packs,;,,Layon Cojlins. !; ., 1 :lr* -' l
: Mrs. Fred Leonhard left. and, children were Sunday dinner June, were visiting Mr- camp :with girls from Nassau, Xf..w, Lawtey; Kay Brewer,' the hot :Says i ;ahead: : Come in this week.

MRS. JEFF N. HOPKINSSPECIAL !|Tuesday for Whippany, N., J,,: guests of Mr. and Mrs. T and Mrs. L. W. Barry in lachua, and Putnam Counties -.yifirins., GaskAns> ,. Bonnjle,1Rp& I

., r. .. II to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard. J. Davis in Gainesville.Mr. Brooker on Sunday.Dr. returning home Saturday; I /:r.. :B at 'IJQ( .$aDP,. Linda j 1 it '""';; ,B nse Is No. 45-582
Jackson and family, and Red- and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly, and Mrs. B. A. Pope and The, camp is located 12 miles De.yoe, Karen Lee 'Margaret tEE- !

. POPULAR ALBUMS bank N. J. to visit Mr. and daughter, Elaine, and son. children 'Norfolk, Va. will north of Madison. j R r: 1,,.. t .Ak: ; ,!!ijpIPOO AND SET I r'

Mrs. E. F. Cain. I Clay and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. arrive Friday to visit Mrs. The week program, 'will: in-' BrpoeSue QOug: ar, 3P4-: Air \.yp\\q.AL R -Ion-tiiatch this (
Azaleas in cans at Sis-I Crawford were Sunday visitors Pope's mother, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- elude crafts a candlelightmgceremony b Jq arrish, BUda- winners.
; % ? ; ,ij;arrelL, : space v Y for new
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I i of Mr. and Mrs. A_1. Gagnon Ramona }t ( "
trunk's. kins, at Kingsley Lake. Dr. and swimming un-( HarreU.Lester. .. ,frnestine f
$1'98 I Mrs. Ruby Johns had as 1m Jacksonville. Pope will return home after .ier. the. guidance of lifeJUBrds'l! ., ,. iii, Jft 1 ;'s Winner I II \
r r guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mr,and Mrs. Max Wimberlyof the Fourth while Mrs. Pope I Attending the camp are _Hampton% : Wendy HO. MRS. B. GRJFFiSWe

: : Each t Underbill of St. Petersburg Bart w will be weekencguests and children will remain; with '-' .. ._ .. _' I ... .-- ,
v over the .weekend and Mr. and of Mrs. Nelson Green :ier mother during July. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown Mrs: P: E. Stone and Miss ,

: a Come in and play your f avo 'Ire' .Record Mrs. George Miller of Harris-! and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Barkley spent the weekend in Cocoa Mamie Anderson of Archer} Are Closed All Day TuesdayGlamoRee
with Mrs. H. J. Glasow.
I
Dr. and Mrs. P. G; Felon
burg Pa. this week. and family of Jacksonville T ere weekend visitors of Mrs. j
: -we carry a full line. of the, latest Al Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert New- spent the weekend at Daytona were Sunday..guests of Mr. and -Mrs. M. F. Brown was !ANew E. M. Davis. :i; 1 Hair StylistMiss

: bums Records and Sheet Music.BRADFORD comb, Jr. and five children of Beach. Mrs Inman Green at K'ngsleyLake. .Port Richey last week Harold Davis was visiting
home visiting Col. and. Mrs. J. W. Ellouise Ph. 964-341 Mr. Keith
Miss Jackie Hobbs is .
Marlton. N. J., and Mr. and ,Miss Marty Rosier rand family
II Mrs. Byron Newcomb of Way-, from St. Petersburg and will Robert $egan, manager of McNeer and Dr. and Mrs. m Brunswick, Ga. over the 353 N. Temple Avenue
Marcus Brown. Dr. and Mrs-
leave Thursday for Gatlinburg. Carp's store in.. Starke is weekend. Pc" f ,
MUSIC CO. l cross, Ga. are visiting their Tenn. to. attend an Arts and!I:spending-a two weeks vacation Brown left Friday for Independence I :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. with his Iowa, where he has a
family in Rochelle
Crafts short course for three J accepted residency in
: 220 N. 'Temple Ave. Newcomb th\week. weeks. j 111. and relatives hi Wisconsin.. chiatry, a psy-

'1 Upon I his return to Starke he
1i i accompanied Mrs .Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perry of
..... -,1 will be by
I Columbus, Ohio spent the past GET THIS ENTIRE
and their
.. Regan infant daughter -
ten days with Mr. and Mrs. r .
-
Tracy Lynn, whoHake will I
.
y Paul Meng..Kelly.
: their home. in.Starke.John .
.; Raulerson of Gainesville -!
1 P Mack.Newsome, who I ;
1 q hasbeen home on ten days, spec Saturday with his I GROUP f FOR BABY J -
grandparents; Mr and Mrs. J. I
1 f leave will return to Fort Ben- R:.,Kellp.. .1
ring Ga. on Thursday.
; Mr, .and Mrs.Herbert Green ,,
Mrs' W. E. Mlddleton, and and,children were at St.'Augustine i
u II Miss Madge Mlddleton, and Beach on Sunday. : ALL AT ONE LOW'PRICE E '

.. 4, I Mrs.-Mae Jones of''Jacksonville Mrs.Nancy Gunter of Miami: -.

i fVftr I r 'b ent. Thursday Tuesday is. visiting her sister Mrs. .. .. .
with. Mrs: E. L.JyflddieTon in .

..i 1i FRE'E I .tt j E-S y BRI-S:1 <<'E-S I F, I,and.-fe Mrs Mr....-,.:. .and''N.. Bofick Mrs.-.t' awi Gerald sons.;: Peggy.',Mrs.family Shaller.Margaret visited., .Blankenshipand Mrs' H.. B.i. H.e'oHsist ng Of. ---


llankenship and family in
in a large selection of-- I Bolick of Lenoir, N. C. were 1
Starkville.and. Jackson Miss. STORKLINE CRIBFull
vIsiting Mr. and Mrs. JesseNewsome"
beautiful
Chaise LoungeAluminum colors and last week.
from Thursday to
.Mr. and Lloyd Eneix of *
smart styles .\ Sunday.Col. 'Mrs. 28" x52" Adjustable ,yyblsttress
Maple Lake,:Richport, W Va- Height, Natural
and Mrs.'T. T. Long
: Regular $9.98 to $14.95 spent last,week with Mr. and
.... r 4 and-Mr'\.and Mrs. L. D. Vh nghaver Mrs. Joseph;Gissy.- Karen and Finish, Plastic Teething Rail

: Beautiful; Upholstered. ) 'returned trpm,, attending Michael Gissy accompanied $24.95
$ SO the. graduation..: .cewmpby at their
5 : ,, grandparents home formonth's .
: Hurry to Eagles right ,, $ St. Andrews School ih'Mlddle- a visit. I '.JO, ;f'JJ \ 'L h,

: now and get your Free roar. '' 1J?dsi.r{ ; .h ere the: t; ,ng.s Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale anddaughter WETPROOF, PLASTIC COVERED or. i. _
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Ticket-Nothing to Buy sbn.fDavef' 'v"s a graduate. Linda, spent; ,several INNERSPRINGi. ) .
: -No, Obligations-you. I While iii,,DelaWare the Longs s days last week at Clearwater

: .do not have to be present"tOAvin. TO I and and .flings Mrs:' L.'L.were Lewis guests in of Wil-Mr. Beach visited ,Enroute home they CRIB MATTRESS G.-ET"
] Drawing will Mrs. Ralph Dixon in
i[ raingten. Extending; their.. trip, Winter-Garden. $12.95
f : 4
: be held

: at 5:30 p.Saturday m. July 1, MEN'S f for L" I on-to the Longhand"New York Vuiings fty..and,went into ..Miss Bonnie Vanderkamp ofCocoa .

2 I Beach, Miss Eleanor "
-, ,I Canada for. a 'fe
: SHORT SLEEVE ,CANNON j in1ng;'iia 4"the pleasure: ofjwtehlng'fieyeral'Northerh McLaurin ,of Ocala were '- ,' THIS.

MEN'SSlort 1 i pikevrtiile weekend guests of Miss Dolores Blue or Pink !:*. ,
$ 00 I -in Canada. McKnight. 2.95 .
$
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.
i ; Mrs. Pauline Harvey oft .
Wash
Cloths
WHITE r Mrs. J, R. Kite was visiting .
SleeveSHIRTS
Largo was ka ,PrJdaJ visitor VIr. and Mrs. E. B. Hart in Orlando .. ..
r !' of Mrs. J. N. Hopkins< while FULL STANDARD SIZE.. ,
.
.
the
over weekend.Mr.
i in a wide\ :
variety
!enroute to,At laska. :.ENTIRE
,
DRESS SHIRTS : and Mrs. N. $. 'D8.nkef PUYPEN
Armour Fertllber,,ud Tuxedo -
of colors .- tnd son. Nat. Jr.,-were visiting .

.: a beautiful selection ::; D.Feeds A. Montettlioi at'Sfstnmk't; >.Fort:; Lau-f Mrs.Fernandina J. A. Dankel Beach and familyat the Heavy l Maspnite: Reinforced !* *' ,. ; ;i.; ....
over
"
t 10 for !qerdale spent,,the; weekend.week nd. Floor, Jplds For Easy ',

:. of cottons in solids, ginghams Z $100| I with his daughter, Mrs 'G. J. bits E. L. Cox and daughter I. .. :'GROUP'HandlIng.

: McGriff, Jr. and.-famiy.] I-inda., Mrs. Cornelius Moore .$1:95PLAYPEN : "=
and
: plaids Mrs, Mary Jo Osteen of Perry ,
I Mrs. Gene Norman, Miss Dorothy ".' .
I Is ,serving' as vacation replacement -I Savage and Miss Sarah. f ,;;' t,
SAVE NOW FIBER :
for ? { ; I Jor Robert' Regan I Osborne spent Sunday at St. PAD : .. '
FOR
2 $400. l.l manager of Carp's. :, Augustine. Beach. >, ...
Mr.'and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead 1 : .
PRICES .
BLASTED TO BITS i JUGS : I Plastic Covered .ro' '
.I ya I of Waldo have retunmed < : 1 3.95' r 5 ',. .. .
t '' i_ '' f''rt.: U ..,.. : .:rr. ;from a cruise to Nassau I D $ '
3'x5' Regular $1.50 EAT"Ie : ::: ,
MEN'S aboard the S. S. Bahama Star,
..... .. ONL y
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t & ... TARKE -
.' J sailing from Miami I t FLA.. : LARGE SOUD BIRCHHICHAIR sk
--. '" i4> '. Mr. .and 'Mrs. J. O. Moyer i, : < .' .;: I

Swim Trunks 2 faI f $$200 and family" of Jacksonville,I II SlJ.N.-!110N.-TUES., ', ., : '.J;
I Mr. and Mrs. B..rp.: Stricklandand I I ,
ILE JULY !
: I 'granddaughter, and Mrs.I'I'I 2.3.4P088e : Natural Finish" >:. : .; r

J, Kuhn.of Lake, City, and!: Froin Hell. l! I Removable Tray *';*"; ,

$ 50 bits Carolyn; --Woodruff and, Starring;: Audio. JIurphy. and: $14.95
? x 54 Regular $1.00 son of Palmetto were John Saxon.. I 95

r. I ij I -t. guests',of Mr and Mrs.: Sund"l I ; .

1 i Strickland, GI BLUES HEDSTiOM STROLLEi
for
f I .
I $150 : )Elaine, Cindy} and, Stuart. I IPlua
: ;i Strickland spent, last week Cartoon i i Large Wheels t *
.
ALL 1;ovU: hem grandmother. Airs y < J '

: '} '. LADIESSIPS ;I Marion, Moyer, in -Jacksonville..' WED.-THURS.: JULY 5-6, $ 9.95

.. LEATHER .. .8 L5- i !Mrn'and; Mrs Merritt Wil-, Odd ngo :, .., .. .TT T
j Lams.:and ri J>P. I
Rogers
Starring: Rhonda Fleming, and
GRO ALONG .. ..- Vli. I :
;'to q : I. A ,
were, in Douglas, Ga. over the brDmt TOTAL
Carey. i ; $84J ... .,, : ;
"ieekend. to attend the Rivers
: +e- Bowery Boys .- -,'- ,1 _
SWIM SUITS Colton :family reunion. :
SANDALS;
lQO o [ Miss --Lillian Stump Is visiting Meet The Monsters_ Free Delivery Tet Available.

Shadow Panel ilrs.: Elizabeth Fowler in. Plus Cartoon '
I .
: adjustable leather 'many styles and taU :Gallie, for;: ,* week. _, "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" '
Our Regular i iLor ii I Fm.-SAT., JULY 7-8
colors $1.98
from
to choose I It
: sandals that with Mr. and A W. Anderson..!
grow Mrf., ,
The
.
eaf 1: t Jr..and family. w l retain ..thiskendfrom Curse. ., ._ Of The,

.: the childRegular : q ;! an: eTevenmpntht .W ere.c Qlf :! D riark "Furniture'

ur of ..Europe > d. Africa.
$ aj J i
Starring. OUford
1.98 ;* Knan and
.. % 'They; will'spend_ a'0(91( -witotiieu Y8 .. I
; parents.. bit snit Mrs.J .'(

OFf ;" '1, G-Ca3dTtll: ell and far
$125 ,, .rt Y -. ,i A.- W. Andereon before-!j!I Wore' A Gun ; OF STARKE f
i j returningtottiek; dome in'istarrb.r
_. : Jars Davis, am?
,pall'... 1 Ventura, C nt'L .. t
.. .. .. 4 RIi tt ..... '''-( ft Y w. J: T It F.' .. r .4... 41 Y ';;.. w .... ,OHho Jr see claa at_ S'is-[jSleny JYen.Plus i 93-l..-3-16 West Call Street Phone 9644321rf.fir .

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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 -- rn BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA 'PAGE 'JHRE1 j

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T. I f Delores McKnight Nollmans.Home on a north window-sill or just:i SOUTHSIDE. CHURCH OF I Norman Reunion I pnd friends -are urged to be Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray

.. cut of the sun's .reach in other' CHRIST i present. and children spent the week. l

I, "'., ( Is Honored After 24,000 Mile locations. sml.S.on301. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morris of I Dinner will be serves after, end at Daytona Beach.

I\ ,"" i At Bridal Shower Trip To JapanMr. Insect Control sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. Gainesville entertained recently -, the morning sermon, and the. Russell Gatlin is a medical

I 'II.. ii Insects like the tender with a family reunion hon I Bradford-Union Singing' Convention -i! patient in Bradford County :
m.; Assembly Worship with
i ;"4Ilt i :Miss Dolores McKnight, and Mrs. W. H. Nollman plants. To control mealybugs the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; oring the birthday of Mrs. Maggie will attend. Gospel. Hospital.

J'1I (whose marriage to Capt. Don;returned home Saturday aftera use an' equal quantity of alco- Evening Assembly Worship, Norman. The event was I singing will be enjoyed, and j Jerome Johns made a busi-

I !!; __, GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 aId Koretz will be an event of 24,000 mile trip that took hol and'water. Armed with a 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. held at the Morris home on everyone interested is invited to mess I trip to Tallahassee on

Friday evening" June 30, atJ8i them to the Rotary International *mall paint brush full ot this Bible Classes,I Route 2, Gainesville where attend. I Monday and Tuesday. !,

: CJ* o'clock in the First Baptist i t Convention in Ioyko, mixture, seek out themealybug ,:30 p. m. [Mrs. Norman formerly' of

pheppard-Winkler Church was honored at a'Japan. I and touch him with the brush, I, Starke, now resides.

beautiful bridal shower Jo not wet' the plant with the r tit'* Forty-five children, grandchildren -'
Marriage Set Tues- They went by train to San I .. EVERGREEN For
I day evening at the home of Francisco where they joined i solution. BAPTIST (CHURCH and great grandchildren -

For July 8'tIr Mrs. Garl liathews. 347 N.'the Rotary members on the I Mites cause a stunting of ,of Mrs. Norman were CHICKEN /

fy Church street. Hostesses were,British ship the Chusau,1'which I! the plant poor growth and few, Sunday School 10 a. m.1 present on this occasion. Din-

':,f The marriage of Miss Merry Mrs. Mathews, Mrs. L. G. was chartered for theJ;,flowers. Mite-infested. plants Breaching, 11, a: m. Training 1 ner was served under the trees SHRIMP

,, Agnes Winkler to George Har- Powell, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Rotarians and Rotary Anns.r I,should be discarded, becausethe Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching, at the.. .:Morris home. And All Other Orders
$
well will be event
Sheppard an Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mrs. J. H. .Enroute Mr. and Mrs. Noll-' insect is very., difficult, to i:30: p. ra. Prayer Meeting

of Saturday evening, July 8 Moncrief, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard man visited New Orleans, El,control. .r Vednesday 7:30: p. m. BETHEL 1I0lIECOlIlNGBethel PHONE 964.1431
at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist -
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Paso, Texas, Juarez Mexico,' Crown rot is the worst di- Wednesday Bible study

1 Church. Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs Tyler' Disneyland, Los Angeles San 4 ease. It can turn the centerof T:30 p. 'm. J 09. E. Norman, Baptist Church east 4 They Will Be Ready To Pick Up
1No local invitations are being of Starke, will hold its annual
rx Jones, Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. ,<.Francisco, Honolulu and Hilo,'< your prized violet into a decayed astor When You Come For ThemUCK'S
issued but all friends and homecoming on Sunday, July
( wi E. D. Tenly, Mrs. Bertha Lang, Hawaii, Vancouver. Winlpeg.i. mass."There is no control -
relatives of the couple are in- 2,, when an former members
ilrs. Claude Crowson Mrs, L. Canada and Grafton, N. D., once the disease hits. De- CHRISTIAN CHURCH -

vited to attend.Mengs i I 11. Jennings, and Mrs. Leola Mr. Nollman's old home. 'stroy the rl"sf of the diseased Carri Clarke, Minister DRIVE-IN

i i Roberts.An They also visited Mr and :plant, discard the soil, and

1'' Honor j attractive pink and white I Irs. Swinyer in Los Gatos.sterilizethe' poi.; before using SUNDAY SERVICES f. -

s i ;, J 4x y color scheme was carried out Calif. Mrs. Swtnyer is Mrs. again.. 10OQ: a. m. Bible School I I I

House Guests i in arrangements of hydrangeas: l.iollm n's sister: : To halt leaf spot or nail 11:00 a. m. Worship and Com- r. :
: fln
With Dinner I uid gladioli placed at vantage Twenty-four thousand Rotarians -!(head rust try spraying the nunion. CO? i| Appreciation .

.,""'" points throughout the party from all over the world plants\with one and 1-8 tablespoons =- ." -. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng -- rooms. attended the convention. The of 50 percent wettable - -- tsGiu1t'f.l11 I of the fine business you have givenus

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entertained at dinner last Sat- CappsReddishEngagement ,The beautifully appointed first session was attended by Captan per' gallon of 'water. ... W
short period as operators
o uday night for their house refreshment table was cover- the Emperor and Empress oft SUMMER pd during our

\Quests, Mr.and Mrs. Bob Per- I Told ed with an imported cutwork Japan, who gave the opening,, LAUREL MISSIONARY of the

;1 Vy of Columbus, Ohio. Fifteen Mr. and Mrs. Broward Capps,, cloth and held an arrangement j>i address of welcome. > BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Ii I! .

.ciiests 'attended.rMr. I 1 of pink and white hydrangeas I t SALE WESTSIDE, GULF SERVICE.
of Starke announce the engagement t
School and
and Mrs. Perry sun-I were and approaching:l|i in candelabra a crystal bowl flanked by: .,r Let's CoCardening -2 Sunday to 4 p. m. Sunday.Worship we are giving to each of our regular
holding i
also honored at a party marriage of. their daughter, burning ANTIQUES tcetiiRtntr .
Tuesday Prayer Meeting -
rink At the other' '& .
tapers. end
Mr. and
day evening given by Robby, to Glenn Reddish, son I 17:30 m.Saturday. ; cusomers
'Mrs. Robbie Shaller, wno also of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- was a crystal punch bowl filled I p. Church Services- I

had a guest Mrs. Nancy Gun- dish, also of Starke. v.1th pink punch. On the buffet !
7:30
ter of. Miami. The marriage will take placeat burning pink tapers in crystal i : p m. 9 a

'-. 7:30 p. m. on Friday, Aug. holders flanked: an arrangement By Hervey Sharpe I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH i iI I iI pflffiSH

4, in the Church of Jesus Christ of pink gladioli and hy- Florida Agricultural I LawteyA. 1 r1.t.NR.IrMwrwiR.it.WRiYgr. rt iI I

of Latter Day 'SaInts, 4087 orangeas. Extension Service I OPEN 9 TO 5 .

Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville.All .t Mrs. Mathews greeted the E. :Massey, Pastor .11Re.JaMdtlir...a+trawrr.+..rt I

11I friends and relatives of the guests at the door and asked Bible school, 10 a. m. Nights by AppointmentOPEN cw.u.

I[I couple,'are,invited to attend. I them to sign the guest book AFRICAN VIOLETS i I Preaching, 11 a. m. SUNDAYS .Tii..rwMli..rhMptiw.arw

i kept by Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. When the summer blasts i Evening Service, 7:30: p. m 1 rt.rwlLi.rLlptru4 attached to this offer.. If you

INSTALL .1 I Standing in the receiving line down and salty perspiration Bible Study and Prayer ............ There are no strings
GAS Farewell Drive In and
OUR I Party f were Mrs. L. O. Powell, Mrs. adds a sting to your vision,I Meeting, 7:30 p. m.V t>dnes- I era..... I are a regular customer, Just say
AND'NUiaBE SET .- Giver'Steinar | Arlen McKnight mother of .here's a temptation to hang i, day. i! "Wash 'er Up!" This is just our way of Baying
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DANCY'SANTIQUES "
NEVER MISONE ,:the bride-to-be, and the honoree up the hoe and become an indoor I I BfttUUNTl.' ores "We Really Appreciate Your Business.
Last i i countsf\ / "CD IICJ I
r BESfcET ( FridayA gardener.So i HOPE BAPTIST. pHURCH
J Presiding at punch bowl at just in case you yield I uptake*.** GIANT INK Tu/tY LEONARD VARNES

farewell party for Steinar 30 minute intervals were Mrs.: to this temptation, here are a I I Sunday Sunday School 10a. t9 nt-nMt.GOBi! ,M uBr wit:*..y R.*:s,,Uw*..:*..+*, I OWNER

J ,j Lorentzen, foreign exchange' !, N. S. Dankel Mrs. J. H- Mon- few tips on care of African m. Morning message 11 a. -

1i ,student was given last Friday 4! Grief, and Mrs. M. H. Shep- violets. m. Training Union 7 p. m.

*.,evening at the home of Mr. and i]fpard. Watering these plants pro- Evening message 8.p. m. I 1225 Reid St. ,Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH WESTSIDE% GULF SERVICEWest

Mrs. L. H. Gibson,,,where he i Assisting in serving and carIng perly requires more than just I I Monday Bible Joy ClUb> '4''I
resided while school I I to 5 p. m. Palatka, Fla. Madison St. Starke, Fla.Barksdale's .
i rtf attending. i for the guests were Mrs. a dash of water. Violets like to ,
here. sip their liquids slowly. WednesdayPrayer Meeting
Carter Mrs. Lawson Mrs. I I
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During the evening the young I Jones,.Mrs. Beard Mrs. Tenly A wick extended from the 7:30 p. nv Choir Practice. -"- -

i people were served grilled hamburgers ; Mrs. bottom of the is 8:30 p. m. Pastor, Merle L. .
Lang, Mrs. Crowson, Mrs.. i pot a good
r f (
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Packham.Theatre I
and other refresh Jennings and Mrs Roberts. Ii I way to offer the plant a drink. }

ments. and enjoyed. .dancing Approximately 300 guests;I Placing the pot in a dish of If

f and games. i were invited to call during the water;, is.,. also acceptable. .

Call Us" 1 Steinar left Sunday. morning i ii appointed hours 7:30: to 9 J Violets like medium amounts .
I Today ;
,i r. ". Ii'and i will .return.to:: his home in:{! o'clock. Jp l lof moisture. So, don't let their .Just In Time JQp$ r t

i!(!Oslo, Norway after a three I roots become too dry, or don't, .
I And Florida For That
;
weeks tour with other foreign Johns let them become water soggy.I i.
Oil
exchange students.'Company : Tops
I Beware Of Rot Vacation
Give Your Friendly .
N Light colored spot on leaves

Pyrofax Gas DealerA i' C Tied Jaycees Midget are caused by cold water on, .
I
Chance To Serve the leaf. If must surface
you
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/: :With Professors I Diamond; Play .water,the plants, use lukewarm LADIES;

.I ALt 'For Softball Lead. ,: John's Oil Company won water off at: the Remember soil surface, plants because 1 ,rot]I: 11 RJ\SIDE\ [ 'J.t t RE U"U"E'Dl'' SWtMDsmrs ;

Your Gas Needs .. three games', going undefeatedin : DRESSES [
of excess water or too much: .
II SAT. JULY 1
Company C and the Professors last week's Jaycee Midget fertilizer. ,
.
r tied for first in League baseball play to .
are place remain HORRORA.RAMAHorror
The amount of plan food
the Slow Pitch Softball l, Legue' in,.first place two and a AND
i the
depends on the size of
this week 'with identical, '5-2 I half games ahead of StarkeBuilder's r No. 1ri ,
: plant. The average size plant

f I records. '' ,, i Supply. (requires no more than a teaspoon -
[ The Professors defeated Natural In last Thursday's r
I game I
I ;>I of 6-6-6 [NPK1 fertilizer SHORTS
Gas 10-0 earlier in the I iFtarke t Builders defeated theI
\ every three or four
I week Community State Bank 8-7 r nonths.I I 4i I
and then loss to the Panthers -I l >
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To keep the plants happily
: 70. The Panthers defeated -p when Dale Crosby singled in ;
blooming repot the violets anr -I I #"4
| :Company C 9-2 for their'third !Hatcher with the winning run '7
uually. For a repotting mixture r.it I
straight win after. losing" rjm! the last of the, fifth inning. r, University of Florida,j ....
I
I Wayne McLeod, league leading 1)
l horticulturists recommend a
.I home run hitter, I i I .
r helped IJ
t I mixture of one-third peat, leaf I) $100
Yi the Builder's cause when heij I .....
( mold, or rotted manure, one-' e. -.
QLEWS I Ij({Grove in three runs in the first third; sand, and one-third gar- :: '::1,4Y
Formerly inning with his fourth round,
$
i den loam. Add about one-half I i FlY.QivtascopE; )
i )I i tripper of the season ;. ..LYIft
I(cup of superphosphate to each /;' cO\ M
1 League leading John's Oil I JAND
:half bushel of this soil mix-I ADMITTED ALON \
KOOHE
trounced Florida Pest Control:, ; I I It
6-1 Friday when Greg Keddish, ture. I i j. L without ligntofl I 0 wowf in our tebbyl
There are two popular spe-
1 and Roger Chilson combined: to
i,,cis of African violets-properly 1'. Horror No.
2
pitch:; : a no-hitter and hand the
i i '
::14! known as Saintpaulias. The,
-- I Pest's their fourth straight defeat :
4 ionantha has reddishbrownhairy
I ( / /
leaves and light violet- -, ,
I Saturday morning's game I j colored flowers. The specie i
L'
1 .was a thriller with Jonn's Oil!''kewensis' iY
has ,
green leaves with r'l
edging Starke Builders 3.2 In
'*hite hairs. There are several!I J a
seven 'innings on a one hit ?
i varieties with blue lavender,
: SeveralAt
pitching performance by i Better Buy
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'pink, or white flowers. 3
Blankenship. The Builder's
I'
: Try Cuttings
.' Scoggins got his team's only .i For an indoor project this OFF These Savings

hit in_the first innings Neither i summer, propagate Saintpaul- I
team managed another .
x safety,
r SS. laB. by. .means of leaf petiole t
rw until I
t e"kws v Blankenship, helping his][cuttings.: Simply cut a leaf ,
own cause, singled in tIt bottom -,' tAQIES ,1t
with one to two inches of its i
t
of the seventh to start a tem attached: stick the petiole OFF I
:. SKIRTS & BLOUSES13
two-run and two-hit rally to
!In moist sand vermiculite or t {
';Ii, win the game. _
'
t a k k y qt' .T .a mixture of sand and peat. .!
Monday.afternoon also spelled '
ONE LOTLADE
With form
luck roots will Cartoon: !
bad news for the Builders ai'wt'
-! at the base of the petiole in !
when they were beaten*again. 4 Wheels No Breaks SHOES $$199
a. four to six weeks. Soon after -
4. ,. 3-2, at the hands of league
that a small rosette of leaves
leading John's OIL Gregg Reddish SUN. MON. & TUES.,
will appear. When well rooted, ,

,.. :. r z, run in slammed the fourth a two-raj with a home man four-inch the cutting container.can be potted in a JULY, ,,.2, 3, & 4 ALL OTHERS 1-3 OFF

r' on base to give his team the' !
i I It takes about six to eight)
:victory. Wayne McLeod's homer
-''
_
months to produce a good BOYS
Decorative his fifth of the season, with I
by flowering plant from a cut-!
\ I a man on base was the extent I' I I t .
Bed Spread by 'ting. ,
The number of plants DRESS PANTS .
of the Builders'effort. SUITS AND
Day.. Warm EOver'w Catcher Paul McLeod.s two|,:lso maybe increased by dividing -:;I
{ J{ old plants into several
l At Night m homers helped the Florida Pest I -
a t individual rosettes
crowns or I -
.
Control to a 6-4 win the
over WRRY Iitfs
t. 'and potting them in separate'

Community day. State Bank Tues-i'I containers 1 I SEE OUR 1- 3 OFF I

Violets are rather sensitive:! MENS *'
Patchwork Quilt I W L GB Ito|! light. With insufficient. c:. sw.Sco +COLOII.cau.a D +
s Johns Oil 60 Items
; Many
I I light, plants make vigorous '
Starke Builders 4 3 2 Cartoon: Space Mouser DRESS. mn
,i growth but produce few or no .
Pest Control 2 5 43 MENS
flowers. Grow the plants in a r ON OUR ,
Community Bank 1 55' AND .
By Famous 98, ;1'bright window or in full sun- WED., THURS., & FRI., > i
i
]J JI:light during the winter, but in DRESS SHOES !iwiJir
I 6 jl
"fRUIT.OF.THE.LOOM" their first four ball games. ;the summer place the plants! JULY'S, & 7 9c Table SHIRTS:
(I
The Lawtey Chiefs handed i I 1 'DU1X-W1B..... .If
M Natural'Gas their fifth straight',Monday,July 10.Standing % A ,%
_ 1 loss'by6e- ti 1g them 14-4. In)i W L GB,i .Ring 25 OFF 25 Off'4 \

aGe DOWN HOLDS IN LAYAWAY other games during the week Company C 52 -I Ii f _" "' .
Professors 5 2 '. _/
tf All cotton cover, completely) washable. Many beauz winners Garden. ,Restaurant defeated Lawtey first. 14-4 half)i Independents 4 2 %;i Fire --- .' i

,. tiful! colors and designs. Lock stitched ,to prevent t and the Independents trounced I I Baseballers3'" :, 2 1. I

; raveling Filled with Estron acetate f fiber. Fits dou the Baseballers 158. j,Garden Restaurant 2t-2: '1I
f4ble or twin size beds. going Due to to Camp the National their will Guard cot, i]1 1I I Lawtey Panthers,Chiefs253'. "-'c. .342 i Cartoon Horse Hare L BARKSDALE'S 1, ;

Gas 0 5 4
.. ,. be any scheduled games. until Natural, ,.. . .
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Ifit; FOTTR' BBADFORD COUNTY.TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. :ml"BS: .++", JU11'E,2 9.. JSG.l 1

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I IIIGULANDBA1TIST I l J I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS, j ,CHURCH OF GOD BOATDRAIN BAPTIST .
I .. .. ". : : CHURCH !j l\IETIIODIST" '' !: .' I CHURCH
: ,' ;: : :. fort CHURCH> ; i iI .. -
: ea1M ,.. "' l.. Sunday School, ..9:45 a. m.| Sunday Church. School .. 7:30 p. m. Evening: Worship.I Sunday School, to a. m.
.. .;.. -:f'y::.-'. : ; '-.- -';: ;' I Morning Worship, 11'a'.:hi: aiidli;, I rll.ages. 9:45: a.- m. Morning, Sunday School, '10 '8. m.; Sunday School io a. m. Morning I jM rnitl&WO: j'hip, 11 am.

.e. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each| Worship, 11 a...m.. Snack, Super j Morning Worship 11 a. m. ; Worship,' 1,1, a. m. Sunday j J Training Union, 6:30 p.'ning'Worship m. Evej -

.. .' ,Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev.!;i, > for MYF. 6:30: p. m Youth j Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. Evening Service, 7:45 p. M.YPEJ .' ; 7:30: p. m. ""
Development Authority r George Chism pastor... Everybody Our I Soil e Our Strength I Meetings 7 p. m. Youth,Choir i m. I II Service Wednesday, 7.:45p. I Prayer Meeting :iwMnesday; ,
welcome.. rehearsal 7:30: p. m. Evening!!I Come let us reason together m. Prayer Meeting Friday *
I Soil Conservation i iI ({::3.0 p; m. .. !
Worship 8 A |
I p. m. nursery .is }. ." 7:45 p. m.
.C! Faces important Decision I provided: at both services each I _. __ .... __ .__,_ Pastor-= .---\-'-. Barney Sweat.-
I N-E-W-S Sunday.
... I
to farming we've got them .
4Even before they have been officially used! 'for one week during the 'yearahofthen I Monday Circle 3 meets I II
licked. Old bull-neck "K" this I
appointed to office by the Gover [ lie idle for the Vest of the ;I By Bill Haas at the home of Mrs. G. S. :!
i week admitted that
:
our new I
n"nor,. the men nominated for membership | reds mb, 10 a. m. Prayer serI I TRADE 'law AND SAVE
the new' time. Any mistaken idea along this line!1 60-day hybrid corn would be, a The other day I was talking I ice'and Bible-Study, 7: 30 p. :
on Bradford Development
County from here,,( big help to the Soviets. The to Earl Batton about his fishlond j .
.. wasdispelled when a group ; jim. :
w .Authority 'find themselves !corn Is still in an experimental and he remarked that .
including several of the men nominated .I' : Thursday Prayer Group -
faced with an important decision to stage, and so far yields only,he sure.had the fish in it. Fishponds w.a
meets in Fellowship Hall 9:30a : t,
make in a' i limited time.,. for authority membershipvisitedthe ,>1'0: bushels to the acre. are accepted more and
I a Chancel Choir rehearsal
facilities that are being put to such[ 6 i -
L.I* The ,1961, Legislature; adopted a ''; |'more as profitable and delight-! .:30 p. m; iI
: concurrent resolution .authorizing1 the good use in Madison. We see that a case of screw- iul features of a farm. i The meetings of Circles 1 t
t They found that the agriculture and i, worms, the first in some time Several folks 'have asked
cabinet
to'make available $250,001)) in ''fcas i end. 2 have been postponed .
: livestock center there provides ,:.:1 been reported. We've been about the tops of their pine:
stat matching funds,. during the next etree f;nri will be announced next
from the pests for so long !
for the various agricultural livestock -.1( trees turning brown. CountyFarm week.
: biennium, for the purpose! of constructing space now, that it is hard to remember -
.agriculture and livestock centers and'conservation agencies in the 1.1' when they caused sO dam- ;I\ Forester Don Champion l. osrss ,
I that Bark Ambrosia
Beetle. -
I in counties without such facilities. Un- county-most of which pay rent, mak--ige and took so much time and:says Beetle Sawfly and Tip t 1

: Uer terms of the resolution, each county ing the center, to some extent self-I money to combat.. *|! Moths are active this time of @ 1 .a,

I would be limited to maximum of supporting.The ,G year. All have been reported. .

:, $25,000 in matching funds and, to. obtain group was told that into a ditto ;' Got Herb' Thomas, who was! in Bradford County so far this.a working 'gal

I I. this amount, would have to putt these uses, the center ,also cootatn; jH I i raised talking out about at the Sampson early history City! month. t'J\ needs a pal]I!" ,.

up $25,000 in local funds. As soon aspen a livestock arena with a seating. "capa-" of that place and he tells that j!j The State Prison Farm had 1 1 1

: : counties have qualified for the maximum city of over 70d, and a fully e'qUipp'ed\ at one time there were four I!a small attack of Sawfly larva 1 (...a Undy Sten .nJ, i l .I
I'i I
amount, the fund will be ex- classroom-kitchen that is used constantly -.railroads' there. 'j eating the needles 'of Slash i When legibility Pd'speed Joe -

: hausted. At least five counties already the year around)J.by various lj,I ..cI i] Fines in an orchard of Superior ,BUlK COIaIIi.1...FINE LINK! ; -l

:, '.pave{ their applications in. groups for meetings, 1 loctl l as! welt\ as;(I Now that the country has''I has Pine Bark planting-Tom Beetle and Ambrosia Tatum Wh\hIJIt11 s OtUtfoB'i lip..10..fait you i i 154ia; ; : ; = i i

: | The decision that will have to be district. iTh district meetings, of:one boat-launchIng'ramp onI 'attacking pines being worked NO SKIP!' I I !
bring visitors to t-h.com-j I a lake, let's hope the program Whea reams of tote must be Q
course
1 made soon by authority members is many for gum. Tip Moths are biting ,..- ,'
:' whether a portion-perhaps a lion's munity, as do the livestock s.hctys; ; The,P' \\ill lakes be in speeded the up and made other the buds: in a small slash pine perfectclear! NO SHEAR!.. =f 'I'0... I I II

I! 'size of the in classroom-kitchen has, t eijome virtually county I plantation north on 301. When fOG mast take notes :I
'
portion
$15,000 race
i avail for fishing by the public. ...portage stamp... .. \ I. ,
: track funds to be placed at the disposal a community center and is in cpnstant ; The State Prison Farm. NO,CRAMP!"* r 4 .

of the authority for the next two years demand for, meetings of the Cattle. I Some time.ago Sam brought plans on spraying their orchard I 'L..enee: Z -...-r I t. i.I .
men's 'Bureau h bme with a 50 per'cent DDT wet- .I t <
,
could best be spent on construction of Association farm j home a yellow rose. Jokingly 1 :
: such. 'needed facilities in Bradford demonstration, home economics instructors he said he would try to roo$J,I table powder-at the rate of:& I : i : 1k WBITTK .
one pound DDT to 50 gallonsof
County. Consideration of the matter and other groups.. ]I'it and get a bush started I + +r HACK WAll '
?I' water, spray applied to Re mart I 4r' '
I PLUS TAX AND
has not( gone far enough to know whe- It is interesting to nOte that AlaxQ-i j About six weeks later he not needles. i Sl it /..eu"s'1 ee+! 12 YOU OLD THE '

ther the authority, if it should decidein son finds such. extensive rise for its only had a little plant, and' a ;: Mr. Tatum is using a one I ,. .:. BRILLIANT I I I-
!bud and when it bloomed this 5'
favor of the project, would make center facilities, in spite .of the fact' week per cent solution, of Benzene I -........_.I...... COLORS,...... -'- Lr L -
Alice had: to admit that ::=:. '*"'c.
the available have Hexachloride IBHC1[ and No.._ ...... II I- S b'w
funds as a loan or a grant. that the county .does not an annual .Sam not only has a 'greeni _..... ilCalwIlWI ,
Such details'would have to be workedout fair. The fact that Bradford has thumb", but a whole doggone 2 diesel oil. This spray applied I .-...area.. mpuoaa lUll. lIMIt.. .k4-x1. .-oa.r I 0 P .

later...'.. a fair that. is, already: a- toing operation i:handful of green fingers. I I and to lower four feet of trunk I !-U-I-AZ _'N:: sesw nx "'ac-.r.v oeaw_ I 5P
exposed roots.
.
Whenever a county, or any other would indicate that! facilities here.! S. Bradford Ii
,' The damage from! Tip Moth I CountyTELEGRAPH Take advantage of the best opportunity
be to even greater i j Most growers plant Charleston i
agency, can obtain $25,000 r needed would put use; can be lessened,, by applying
:JSn'provemehts by, putting up 'an equalJgmount In this connection, it$ is significant i ; Gray watermelons around 50 per cent ofDDT, wettable I you'll have all summer to -

it seems that every possibility that Bradford, if it Had the ttcilftfei i Texas Here, but Jumbo see tha it was' von-a 66-lb-first powder-at rate of'four pounds:: I : get quality tires at low prices! Not i 7.50 X14 MfJ-.gct

Ali ould' be exhausted take advantageof to, work with;might easily become an,prize at the Chiefland melon to 50 gallons of water.' I can ''be taken to prevent large cheap quality tires that are built ,, ...
the opportunity. If there area-center for such agricultural livestock This will not be a cure-all,I outbreaks. You should especially ,
were any -! festival recently.
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other source from which these. match- and fair activities. None of our :; e i|I but it will certainly help to j check woodland areas I to sell at sale prices, but genuine
bring the situation under -I frequently where fire 8.
ing funds could beobtained: it would be neighboring'' counties-rClay, Alachua, Got some fine blueberries controL I severe ATLAS Tires guaranteed by I ,
Periodic inspection of carnage occurred or where
fine-for it would leave the authority'sfunds Union, or Baker-has anything of"this I I from friends this week and your woodlands makes for 1 j!i lighting struck, or where late Standard Oil against all road haz ,i ,wi II WI

intact for future possible use. kind, and we would likely draw much Alice slapped a couple of blue ,.quicker discovery of insect 'at-i i.cutting operations have been ards with adjustments proratedover ,I r f: "Oc=b. ,,: ,
terry pies together. Sam took i -
However, such is not the case. Both support from these adjoining areas. : lacks. Then control measure I I I carried o I

the county and the,city are facing financial The authority membeVs will' have !a taste, and' in less time; he'; life of guarantee on retail pries. I :' uifd

stress, wit. nb relief'' in sight, to reach a decision in this matter within .proceeded to gobble them up. i' t."t I at time and place of adjustment- I If ftliCXWAltWUttAXAfS*' '

Iti view, ..of the ,need for obtaining expensive the next two, or three weeks in order:,They. were .perfect, nice. and.t \ Come by and compare our tires Your OLD TlkSi.
:
Vight-of-way on. ',U?..1{S. 301 :to have Bradford County qualified asa :soupy and wouldn't haye won I ,
South, and many other pressing pro applicant for matching drids.; Perhaps > $ prize In a 4-H contest, butpan '. ,.+ : and our prices before you buyl! .-.w. - - '

jects; To say that $25,000 could be it will ,not ,b ean easy decision id alive did they taste good! : is worth 75c to : ..** "
This
raised locally, by public subscription, reachfor a ft t is likely'there; wilj\ be some f::.: coupon : ,. you.. MEW LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES

is wishful thinking. Apparently, unless opposition to using \the authority's } 't. : "I II
'fE: 1 r---: ::: Men's H Soles; p rime grade ( :
'sbme unexpected bonanza should suddenly funds for This' purpose.Ye believe, :" 't300 -
Rubber
:" leather-- nd. Cat's '.r.a%. ,.
appear,, the development authority ;- I ;; is titepnly:( hope'' for obtaining thE;/}11 I i I' however is \' "g4--w( thjIi.f, b,.op1os'tio-if,sep( \ on jt Come In And I : eeeg." -or" .' ..$3.15r,," 1.... ., I, . .. ,, t .'. l STANDARD
I -ip <*IT? frT -j
? .
i neces/ary matc11 ng funds. J. ception of what: if actually} plahn&4: in ,:I If this ,Coupon is brought;"into. : .store with <; -x I OIL

*" :According to the authority's charjter -,. the. agriculture and, livestock center,". I Ii one Pair Men's Shoes. j
i
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& L'. II
: the construction ,of 'an' agriculture and the extensive uses to which it 'will : I DJAtiRjL.

:Hand livestock center, such. as is pro- be put. If it \\yere to be only a "one COURT SHOE REPAIR

:dosed, would seem to be well ,within week a year" fair exhibits building, op- 126 N. Court St. Starke Gib Brown'sService
B Red Alvarez
:its scope. Included in the purpose of the position would certainly be justifiedbut .. ( ). Shuford'sService

:authority is/' the acquisition of such is not the case. :This Coupon Expires 7-31-61 Station Station'. Standard Oil Station

J Hinds, properties, and improvementsor (
In order clear the
to atmosphere
:i At Our New LineOf 407 Temple
development expansion, and promotion N. 109 Jfc Temple .206 S. Walnut
I and make sure' of the widest. possible. .
:, of industry, commerce, agriculture understanding of what is proposed to I -. .

: natural respurces, and vocational be undertaken, might. in order for '.
Jh'aining .. ."-in short, anything that

:serves to build Bradford County, and lic the hearing authority, or members forum, where to. hold the.a pub-pro- I.EH'[ ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD SALES: '' ;

:any' one of the many facets of. its econ- ject could be discussed, pro and con, f ., -

omy. Agriculture and livestock are certainly to the end that the most beneficial de- ,: k f : basic industries in .Bradford and
cision for the county as a whole could
:anything that serves to expand and be reached. This would VACATIONHOMES
give an oppor-
.make them stronger, without doubt, tunity for proponents of the projectto : ; Gal xie styling is inspiring more admiration

:iwell; within. the. scope of authority ac- explain ft thoroughly, and at the : i

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1 J:,; during center the annual would be Bradford put to good County use that tribute a meeting greatly of to this the kind most would intelligent con- (>atiH V1. 'imitation. ) than. any other xThkk the road :

; Fair it should not be confused with decision .... ..
J and a more unified front, r ( ... 't, ; : .t; ,

., l .I,> merely a "fair building" which would be once the decision is reached.Farmer's I 5 EumJ ,, .. i- .-, .- -'. ,.;. ., :;..J:f/,.fA .....l'_.' ; ,
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looking: blooms this one takes .., :
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Diary the prize. It resembles,..somewhat I '
o I a lighting fixture for '";-, '. .
.1 By Sam McGarvey i there is. a cover, consisting ofih'e OH I :> : #" .'1-
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I I a tiny ball the size of a large ;: 2 t.
1I I I Herb Thomas and H. K. lea, and from that suspended YOVRPayiiien:
I:'Crosby are going into the l 1,
: by.a tiny thread is something :
strawberry business in a big,i that looks like an inverted LOT WITH
way.Talked,to Herb this week! w brella. It is a beautiful. R
I r I 1i and he said he and his partner pork of art.

i" 1 have five acres of runner i .

I : Y plants growing now that they; We understand( that broiler r _ -- r,
plan to set out in the fall. NoDowilt
.J 1-. I,producers are now paid about tRc
: More rain'this,week. and asI I I i; +la cent per bird for raising g4 _
Now is the time to plan on Jut ,
i j i a batch which usually
I : .the'tobac .farmers \ Yry
tar as are [your ACP- program for the s!!consists of 10000. The feed

; :concerned they've' :hid.:tnoug ..fall. All ,Questions on liming,:company supplies. the biddies,
Moisture. nqv can cause the fertilization qf pastures pinetree 1
the feed
i and the medication. i
:Mwves ta;sttov greening" and I plantings, etc., will be'and the producer furnishes the EASYFINANCING

I .that 'upsetsVcropping' and eurins. -'fully explained by ASC OfficeManager' buildings labor, water: gUt ,..
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electricity. ,
:Jtoo t much rain it can, drown j .- U 6 I ..1 1 Y.' the look tha started with Thunderbird tally The muffler is built'to last three times as ,. .. '. / ,

:the plants and cause a crop While moseying around out The Russians are ahead of Visit Our -:< -sired the Galaxie-and quickly became the. long {as ordinary ones. Use body is specially: ,
I r success of the Sixties. treated resist rust and corrosion. The '
I Oss. m the'country, We cams acrossj]us in space, but when it comes : < 11 styling to finish
". r. ',I : .,'. Display Models ,1 : cars have tried to'copy it. No car has, never n .. ,
I 1 :1 -- ., ;. succeeded. Incomparably beautiful,.the 1961 \ ldneedstwaxing.Man sense to,STOP.'PGalaxie'mamtauia i' ". {
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? 1 "' ,-r'.. :THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' ..'. And .:1. ; its distinction-as original monex on an old car that: c:: icci (JIIlot:1OI.-: : .

.1 Af f. ,.' .ESTABLISHED" J87 T : always do. what a new: Ford can do? '

t '" .,'.t''Ii t, fins x ony part otGalaxie.'* dwtinctipfr: SWAP right now while your Ford ?i> iz's ....
". ... Compare Is sales aremmg-and the swapping ik char,., 1
1 ... Florida's oldest weekly. f fI fIE this the,car that's beautifully built to take !
i Ir r Newspaper Published Con I ; care.of itself The '61 Ford goes 30,000 miles than it's ever been before. -" > ",f

between'cbfflejslubricatJons > .'4,000, miles: SA with.the_Ford that..makes saving faith!

!' ; .S between oil change:! Braked 'adjust. auto, li- wia wvo*.f.r-J.iP'! ,rma "

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, : T"TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Fox Hunters. I I Heart Attacks /Rates Changed J any suspicious larvae are and: Rafer Johnson aiympic pays Glem'ff childhood: sweet i

At Goldhead found, collect a sample, place! and.._ world, decathalon. cham- .1\,..: .
PINE- LEVEL ,, Set Weekend \ I Fatal I m container with cool water..J f i pioIl:' r

Branch ,Park and bring' them to the county Presley turns in a dynamic CA."n ,OF T:'A.\ f

By Ulrs. J. E. McRae For Show TrialsThe i To.T.A. GravesThomas I j gent's:office or notify us that I;,oerformance as the wayward ,}
We wish to ainceie
AAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWe i t Changes hi some of the facility yeti have. them.. Our livestock,' Glen Tyler torn between his express
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GULF fees at Gold Head Branch i: inspector will ,have a positive: sabit of rebelliousness and hisi thanks to our friends for courtesies

are happy to report a I Bradford County Fox Austin Graves G3.I ,!State Park near Keystone 1: identification made immedia.i inner dreams of decency., extended to us atthe
Hunters Association will hold'! died enroute : Hope time of bereavement. Jhg
Starke dairyman our
,large attendance at I tely. We
church 1 I' ; Heights will become effective haye not had: a case Lange plays a psyciatric con
;i I!last Sunday. There were 175 inField'I Bench Shew and. to a local hojpital' Tuesday!on July '1, according to an announcement of screwwprms in Bradford, ultant who guides Gler along many expressions of sympathy ,,

i Ii,Sunday School. Among e Ttials from Thursday( morning after a heart.. < attack! by Walter A.'County in over three years!I the road toward decency. and .and deeds of kindness and ts-

j Visitors were Mr and Mrs. ,June 29, through Sunday, July I at hs: home. I Coldwell.. director 'but it could happen > ,
'ualifvr ( of the Flori- again. ; to a writing career. sistance will always be remembered
iir Q. ;'James McKlnsie of Savannah/. i Mr. Graves was born in .Park Service. I Livestock owners a.re. advised' with .
i :Ga., Zack Myrick of Whiter! The Bench Show will be held Brooker on Feb. 11, 1898, the The new fee schedule Is as that any animal subject to', Excellent performances are deep appreciation.Mrs.

.-::". .. '2='" -= :-...:...-;; I Haven Mr. and Mrs. Lavon'I,at 8 p. m. Thursday in the'I son of the late James A. and follows: routine wounding such as.! also given by Tuesday Weld .- J.. B. (Edna) Mllla and.

I i(Alvarez and children of Or-[ 'Theressa community house.!Maude Abernathy Graves. HeI Parking fee per car 50,castration, branding dehornS who plays a young unwed Dorothy; Harold and Lula Mae

! :) '" '!! lando. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Du- Judge George Harris of Jack I i was owner' and operator of cents; i j jfcg I : or ear-marking should( be 'aother attempting tn trap Mills and family; Edna and
>at ;Bose and children sonvllle ,will serve as bench ;Graves Dairy near Starke and watched '
of Jacksonille closely
and
Electricity 'per day 50 cents; i not turned Glenn into a defensive marriage Percy Sullivan and family :
!: ; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shanley j show judge and master o f'I I a member. of the Baptist Boat rental per hour 50:, loose to roam in woods' or and Millie Perkins rho (n
hounds.
i 'Church.i
'and children of ,
Miami anMr. d cents; swamps.
M1 : All members are asked t >i Surviving are his_wife Gladys il I ... I
and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin of : Campsites per day $1.50; I II "It evident that ,
sereworm .
.Jacksonville 'report at 7 p. m. in older toI i.Cummings, Graves, of Starke;;; .
; J j Boat-launching per boat' flies active .
North-
I have their dogs numbered and I j j three brothers Felton L, are in
A banquet was given honor- 150| cents: i vest !Florid. and daily in- ,
the .registered before the show. !'Craves of,Lutz; Olin 0: Gravesv You Can Afford Our Prices
mg recent graduates: Roman -! Boat rental per day $1.50; spection of any wounds on
Field trials will start Frida Beach
3i Daytona ; and Leon' >
Alvarez from Bible Ba >-, I Weekly rental of old cabins: 'livestock;; or household pets Is ,
\ list Seminary in ,land continue each day throug h i.; Graves Wynn Graham; two'un ,
SALE.u Arlington'; I season $37.50; out of sea-i l imperative if we are to learn :'j
i Sunday' at 4:30: a. m. ,sisters, Mrs. J. A.' Sullivan' '
Texas; Miss Gail Reddish from enteric j i son; $32.50; I j!the. extent .of this new threat,",i iRugglns ADD-A-ROOM !
Tennessee Temple in Chattanooga -i Anyone wanting to :! Beach,-and Airs. Edward Weekly rental of new cabins: said. :'j f Additions, Florida

; and James Fender, Miss !uogs may join the association: i Broughton, Graham. in Rooms Aluminum
t : season $45; out of, season, I Windows -
Sue Jackson Miss Sandra | Thursday night if not. already rj I Funeral services were heldi I
Sue $40.
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'a memlber. at 10 Tuesday Weld or any kind of
Whitehead all of BHS. This, i i a. m. Thursday in the' Coldwell also announced ;
The public is invited to the jjGrahani! Baptist Church with I Home *
Improvements.
t enjoyable event was given by that -an annual parking and i Elvis To Star :
the show' and field trials. :| Rev. L. S. Williams and Rev. I)
Pine Level Youth Groupn i oat-launching; permit 1 plan At Florida -
i E. Sparks Buriali 1 r Free Estimates
officiating.
: the educational I IS .j
building ati i has been adopted under which
,'Pine Level Church last Satur-!-828'' Receive i w in the family plot in DedanI a person may purchase the I Perhaps need another
Tuesday Weld you
I Cemetery under the direction as a boy crazy NO

.,'r8,. :. xas 1 day We night.are pleased to have MIssi ||Old-Age, Benefits i':'of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral,-facilities annual permit at $2.25'each.for Gol1. Head The I!',:girl attempts to convince Elvis Down Bathroom, A Porcji
( Home. Presley to give hisdreamsI Payment
all Reddish home between In 1960 : |permits would enable the hold- I up Enclosed, A New Roof,
becoming a writer hi "WildIn
} classes. She will be leaving in Active pallbearers were Harry -,:er to enter the park and I', The 5 Yrs. To Pay or a Paint or Siding'Job!
Country a drama of
r, : By the end of Houston P D. Reddish Palmer -' '
(August to attend Spanish, 1960. more ''I' I aunch. a boat without payinghe a -man torn between :
young
Williams, Earl delinquency -
and desire
Harold 'Gr.ffis. I a to be
Scales and
in preparation for her assign County were receiving old-age f|I Pete valid through June 30. 1962. a serious writer opening at the ] FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL
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ment as a Missionary ;Jn Peru. 'survivors and disability incur'I ,,These permits will becomei Florida Theatre this .I',c .
'benefits- AT THE TABERNACLEi Sunday
Sorry to hear that Thelma'Conner I ante The total a- '
I i i i available as soon as they are :.f'onday. and'Tu ,: ,
a i day. July 2
f mount to these '
is paid people fo
back in GlendaleHospital [ ,
t' received from
,. in an-1'[December 1960 was $40,955, The Friday night )meeting the printers. 3and4. ;1 Bradford
Palatka lor } at the Gospel Tabernacle was!. The changes In fees were instituted Building Supply
'I- The 20th Century-Fox Cine-
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other operation.One according John W. SpannJr. -- I
result of
1th. in i charge of the sponsor who, a tecom- :
I ., of omendations maScope DeLuxe Color production i
of our local service manager the Gainesville -
( h.l men :gave a lesson on the first seven made by a special j,
Robert Anderson who has re-t social security district : divinely legislative committee which I also stars Hope Lange 301 E. Call St. Phone 964.5291WEEKEND
appointed rulers '
t ( f Icently completed recruit !( office. "This is an increase in j:: Millie Perkins John Ireland, I
l'.o: : trainIng -, o: the chosen nation. A Musical made a tour of all parks prior
in Texas was visiting the number of people receiving '' I
relatives Quiz to the 1961 Legislature. The
o'J'J was enjoyed Saturday
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f c and friends in this area:!, benefits by about 9.1 per cent night and Sunday services,added: income from these Increases : -

95 last week. He is stationed at over the same month last were evangelistic delivered will be used to construct 4TH
If GU (10 the Orlando year" he said.Nationally by AND
.bI AFB. I Dr. Harry McGee missionary., additional facilities OF JULY SALE
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1\\2 aad std Kathy Myrick spent last almost? 15 million At the close of the Bible throughout the Florida park :

'tOtlCUS die too week in Jacksonville with her I people were receiving about M I II School lesson period. Miss Susan system.
Otit cousins Diane and"Debris[I billion dollars a month m old- '
Wallace'-was awarded
1' HalL Delorls Is spending this I age survivors and: disability I a
pin for perfect attendance Given :
Warning
1E week. with Kathy here. insurance benefits at the close
since Jan. 1, 1957.
Joe Sapp returned Saturday cf 1960. Many of these people
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"O' after spending the week at were, made eligible.for benefitsby or disabled;worker-118; $3- On Appearance I

I Boys State in Tallahassee. the changes In the law 754 monthly, "'

tt .: :.'",fa ..,.,I"" I Mr. and Mrs. JSldon Sappand 'made in 1960()-such as the reduction Widow or widower-49, $2,- Of Screwworms We Will Be Open All Day Tuesday I"I :
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pLtr S f.OII daughter-in-law Mrs. in the amount of work 136 monthly.
W q.t. Rudy Sapp have required to qualify for bene- Mother child I I
Slot returned with -- l; ,$la199 A warning that screwworms July 4th' J ;
'O home fits and the of
t\\.AC 1" after spending fa few I removal the monthly. have 'reappeared in Floridawas
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1 days with age 50 requirement for dis- Children of
f\. ..$1o Rudy in Albany Ga. retired, deceasedor issued this week by Commissioner -
\ Rudy left Wednesday.for SouthI j|ability benefits. disabled worker-226; $7,-
'i of Agricultur Doyle 'rMIS MUSEUM IS HOW D'YA KNOW THAT REMIND WE-III HAVE TO DO SOME !!
: .w.,:tom X71 Y ,": ; I America where he will be stationed J I Payments to a retired worker 352 monthly. ,'. Conner, who! said that a force -JN. LOOKIT THE ItY A WOMAN ? WHILE TI EY'RE &ROC&W SHOPPING- FOR?
..-. .-. 1f.., ( .r$1 for xith .no dependents receiving For the ,
..i.J rt;; t six months or longer. entire stote of Florida of livestock inspectors was sent MOMMY' ITS OVER S000| STILL OPEN-uMY MOM GOWN AT i iCityrishE
-: :-r":.. .t. <<,.f=-; ;;: i benefits, averaged $70 in De- old-age survivors,'and'distbility -immediately I to the infestedarea I YEARS O0S"YEAH BECA 56THE
: ;r '<;> Mr. and Mrs. Earl I cember 1960; to a couple, both Insurance 1 OPT IS ,
at
: payments
11.f G"f.f'b. ::.7fI Goodman (a. farm. near Bonlfayl. to : A ;
,,' Mr. and 'receiving benefits the the end of December" I f
Mrs. James McKinsie'l&nd average '
,;" ,..,, 1, ..>.. 'co/h : [ 196,0 1 I bring the outbreak under con-'WOMAti MUMMY {
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.:.. ,>>.i ', -' ." .v't. f : average j
payment was $124. The being
; *' .. .. I. children Mr. and Mrs. A., were paid to 487,919 i*'troL 5 Meat iiar1WNrth:
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fj: ::"t"',''"#.k".",,:,".'f' ; 'k" > '.: .,.,w.' .:t1,.\.', I.h t"ft't<>.'t..::::,.; .; I IJ. Fender and family, Mr. and I for an aged widow was ersons at the rate of $31.638-1 I In view of this new warning -
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t;.,''''",'' >l'g.->'i&f.f: ; ; ,.",".....::. .. ."' ;'','u"k..<. t:.., .,,H .".:.;:, "" .. ..'&. 1 '.Mrs- Marcus Conner, and MI r.r about $58. 729 ,per month. Benefits totaling ., County Agent,G. T. Hug-
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and 1 the 20th that
Mrs.
111' ?..$4... 'Y4'4 .:.."t.s't.:,,.."... .,...'- ;-.;..:' : ... .H... ""'- ._(.,......<,,"'....'i1..4..'>).....; .:. I la J. C. Sapp enjoyed a: SOCial was year $373,543,000 were. paid In 2'ns' reminds! the public that
watermelon cros-1 security benefits were Florida during'I860..
.. n Ki cutting at ? __ v'crewwormstare found, nany ,
i i by Lake last Sunday. payable, and the 25th anniver; / '
.... I THE RIGHT'POINT for the warm-blooded ranlnialiC Including '
I L' zx GULF t..,.-.:. AT cis 5r,3SK : ;:: | Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylorland > sary of the Social Security *ay you write. Come In ,and ,household pets such as I .
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I children of Raiford were[Act which became law in 1935.
Y3'J.l: fd.\fi\ "- f IVJF l E::f tE LISTED! EEIOW: !> visiting the J. W. McRaes last' Changes in the law since 1935 select your favorite ESTER-I I cats"You and dogs""r to T -- .n.
are urged inspect I
have BROOK: Fountain!>> ,Pen.;i TEL}r
i Saturday. brought more than nine ,
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,; --T :.i." ,.... ..' Sunday visitors of Mr. a n id'out', of every 10 people hi the it]|' 'GRAPH.. r new animals wound frequently," Huggins for said.any"Ifwinis j[ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY :
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Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Sr. wereMr. ;: Wiled States protection by i

: and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez,':old-age. survivors and dis-

WESTSIDE/ GULF SERVICELEONARD ,:nd children of Orlando, r.S:', ability insurance protection

and Mrs. W. D. DuBose and paid for by taxes on employees, ? HOT DOG & PEPSI COLA.

41 VARNES children and Mr. and Mrs.;i!: their employers, and self-em- i

Jerry Baldwin of Jacksonville I ployed.: Earnings will be reported -.(

a W. Madison St. Starke Fla. j Mrs. Prudence Melvin of II|I to the social security a EACH c

Jacksonville is visiting Mr S.l accounts of more than 75 mil- a MILK
?Hon workers during 1961. I
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Bradford County people participate -

: and share in this program -
BEEF SALE .
along with the rest of "
l .Every Payday is "Election Day"for the U. S. The table below Y 3P3 r tip r

shows the number and monthly < 1 92cl
: amount of i f ga U. S. GOOD
Some SAVER'. each type of eEl :

benefit being paid hi Bradford,, ,) :

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l.PLACES:" : : TO SAVE '; ;.:..:::';: :'.1 I 1960 figures.date of the latest available 'J: z4 e' Cream LB ,

:. .' VOTE, FOR ONE, '. '':"':: t I Retired workers 368; $23- '' l x Eggs Bread '
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I It 819 monthly. i CHUCK STEAK
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:.': .: '.lk .. ,I Disabled workers26; $2,- o
095 monthly. LlchdiCro.suiPur.
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.<' .::.:::: ri: Mrs. Robert Starling and ROUND STEAK. An

children were visiting in Pa- .


/ I latka Visitors Monday.of the-Robert. Star s u. S. GOOD j

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,lings last weekend were Mr. I ii
t TI I II and Mrs. R. C.
,I Cannon of Pa- : CLUB STEAK ,
,,l latka and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil] I { 1

Hardee and family of High ,


f'...,,:,::_ j Y ., and, so far 83,000,000- land.Ralph Crosby of East Pointis t ALL MEAT FRESH GROUND .'.



'' ,?, have chosen the BANK- =""",x' ;' I I'i the jr' spending Robert Starlings.the summer, _u u_'_with';; [I STEW lb. 49c ( HAMBURGERIb 39c1i!



1 for these good reasons "SALU1ETO FLORIDACOUNTIES i.
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I .__ !5| Savings are safe. i; COUNTY A6. DADE SEAT, MIAMI. PICNIC, HAMSIRC WHITE RACOKlb. :


-1b1 '" I World famous Dade County with its fabulous -
Savings! Ere hamy.! Dr ,
lIJ ,.' ,;,, Miami Beach is Florida's' most cos ,!.'
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I Tourism and tourist :attractions representthe .
1 .._...lC] Savings earn interest: without the j'J: :;:_rdepositors main source of income; however, .Diversified .,"..1FLA.

investing ', ,'l industry eommertial.fi.shiDg. and .
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; .. farming contribute, heavily to- the;economy FRESH Sunoyland AD Meat "

__ [DJ Varied: service! are'found under one roof Dade of the County area. was formed in. 1836 and.

... ; earned for Major Francis L.Dade who was He.ns&ryers I WEIESPRICES 1b.49C
x ,, massacred the beginning of 'the Second /5c

IuI, [In] Eros',! cTCci::!sce :s e'!: rc ,to I draw! on. I _- Seminole War. Once Semmole'Indian territory '
many of the county names. .areIndian _
,:,a. in origin. '
.. ... I % progressive Dade County and through "
OPEN iCUh f."P'f'o-. .\t..J: At. "Jv.i.*? W.1..*. !\0.1.'* !'- .-. i.. <.!' --".f I.1it I out Fl rida..the'United States Brewers Association GOOD FROM TffORSDAY, rn Q.VGH.l'tIONDAJ NIGH. 1'I

I works constantly maintain.the OPEN 7 ,DAYS A WEEK T A.)J. TO 9 P.M. I
i sale of beer and ale under pleasant; orderly

conditions. Believing that-strict law enforcement ,
serves the best interest of the
FLORID 'People of Florida the Association stresses
close cooperation with the Armed Forceslaw

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! ly discussed forming a rescue i, programs and proposed plans NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESALE northeasterly 50 feet to the I II i''at the main door of the Court'!'parallel with Lake Avenue One I (SEAL) Harry M. Hobbs
Houston Officials and how the / BY CLERK OF THE point of beginning. Being a part < House of Bradford County, in Hundred (100) fee, thence run CHARLES A. DARBY Attorney lor Plaintiff
unit Clay squadwent ( for big projects can be obtained CIIICL'IT COURT I of lands deeded to Claude Myers the City of Starke, Florida, offer in a Southerly direction and at CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT P. O. Box 3285By
about securing equipment; by someone else paying the Deed Book 8, page 639. Bradford I! for sale and sell at public outcry light angles to Lake Avenue Marian L. Crosby Tampa I, Florida
I NOTICE '
IS HEREBY GIVEN County. Florida; and a part of to the highest and best bidder : along the East Boundary of Lot Deputy Clerk It 629ALVAREZ'
and giving members element.arytiaining. bill. We all know this is more that the undersigned. Charles A.I the SW 4 of the S\V'4 of the ,. for cash. the following: described ilfteen (15) to the point of beginning --
I Visit j political hog-wash know Darby, Clerk of the Circuit .NWU Section 2$. Township 5)J) property situated i u. Bradford and being in Lot Fifteen Men's Clothing
County as we Court of Bradford County, Florida South. Range 22 East. County Florida, to-wit: ; (15) Ott's Subdivision East Law- I
there is no way to get some- will on the 10 day of July; pursuant to the final decree of Commencing at the Northeast tey, Florida. Said I.,t being in II STORE Established 1894
1 w 1961, during the legal hours of I
in Corner
foreclosure entered a ; case of Lot Fifteen (15) in Bradford County, Florida.
1 RSmtinued from Page One] thing for'nothing and those sale. at the main door of the pending in said Court the styleof Ott's Subdivision East Lawtey' pursuant to the final decree of !
Long Issues implying otherwise are only Court House of Bradford County which Is Mid-State Homes, Florida, and run in a Southerly. loreclosare entered in a case -_- .r_ -.- -
In the City of Stark- Flori ln&. Florita corporation. I direction the I
a I along East Boundary pending in said Court. the style)
worth said. trying to deceive .us, because da, offer for sale and sell at plaintiff vs. Joe'' Louis Dean of Lot Fifteen (15)) One nf which is Jlid-State Investment
1 Fair Tax Situation ne as adults know that the public outcry to the highestand single, defendant, and the docket Hundred Sixty (160) feet to the Corporation, a Florida corpora II I I
best bidder for cash 'the number of which is No. 12-975. Point of Beginning. Thence run lion. Plaintiff, vs. Willie May
Ij :Mr. Clark declared that Statement On I axpayer will pay the bill. following described property WITNESS my. hand and the Westerly and parallel with Lake Cromity, a single person, and the I
Bradford County's "lair tax Taking the initiative to situated in Bradford' County official seal .of said Court this Avenue one hundred (100) feet, docket number of which is No.,, !
: Florida, to-wit: 22 day of,June, 1961 thence in a northerly directionand 12-974. -
situation" was one of bite factors [launch this equalization. program Begin In the NW corner thencerun (SEAL) at right angles to Lake WITNESS my hand and the I
in the South West 60 feet to 'thepo1nt CHARLES A. DARBY. Avenue Sixty ((60). feet, thencerun official seal of said Court, this
decision i hasn't
company's been
Assessmentsi easy, nor of .beginning. Thence South CLERK OP CIRCUIT COURT in an Easterly direction and 22 day of June, 1961.cAiAstIjii.
to locate the plant here rather |will it be easy. We know that Easterly 100 feet; thence South By Marian L. Crosby. ,
Westerly 50 feet; thence'North ..Clerk
than in Texas or Louisiana. i i Isll will not agree with this i Westerly .100 feet; thence North Harry Deputy:M.: Hobbs I

He said that in terms of act- Continued From Page One] .program, this, too, we regret,' Easterly 50 feet to the point of Attorney .for ,Plaintiff ; I;
beginning. Being a part of. lands P. O. Box: -3285 :
ual taxes the company would interior finish along with the out we know there is no way deeded to Claude Meyers Deed Tampa 1, Florida. .

have to pay, there wao little location and age. j"we, nor anyone else can satis-;, ty.Book Florida 8. page and 639 a Bradford,part.Of Coun-- the. I It 629Ol'ICF. ,

difference in the three locations I fy everyone and we ue not SW'4 of the SW of the NWH 4- Sponsored By The Youth Of \
but it was felt that the By this method a person:'suggest that we are trying to I II I Section 25, Township 5 South :\ OK FORKCLOmiE .
with a home of 1,500 sq. ft. of Range 22 East. Graham Baptist Church ,.. r ..
situation here indicated please If lid i ,. to the SALE BY TUB CLERK OF THECIRCl'lT I.I
more heated I everyone. we we Pursuant Final Decree, of .
area, with 1 tiled! Foreclosure : COURT
stability for the I I entered In a case SATURDAY JULY 1ST ONE CASE Regular
be
I future. Mr. baths would be subject to more would. deceiving you. We I pending in said Court. tha style NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX ,
Clark said that comparative jliave done what we consider of which is Mid-State Homes. that the undersigned Charles A ,At
assessment than another homeof Inc", a Florida Darby Clerk of the Circuit. Court
c6rp6raUon
studies made by the company fair, honest and just, ShOWing ; of Bradford Florida,
Plaintiff County
same type cons ction vs. Willie L. Lee, Jr., COLAWITH
showed that Tax Assessor Gene favoritism to no one. We are and' Dorothy Lee, his wife, Dei will on the 10 day of July. 1SC1, Wright's Sinclair Station PEPSI
with 1,000 sq. ft. and 1 bath. fendants and the docket number, between the legal hours of sale, I
Long was performing his duties Farm, timber, pastuie and sure you will be led to 'urther., of which 1 1M No. 12-983. West Madison Street ;: ,

conscientiously and fairly, other land believe that this will be an WITNESS! my hand and. the' ,__ __- ___- __-" --- -r. EVERY
vihlch where no return officIal! seal of said Court.. this ______. ._._ ,
was the type o: treatment end to Homestead Exemption.;,22 day of June 1961. I u- ---- ; -. "!
vas made has been assessed '1 e. I Gas
they sought in selecting This will be a ridiculous statement (SEAL) f : 5 Gallons
,at $20 per acre for 70 per cent CHARLES A. DARBY" J 'WestinghouseFreezers That's Our Business
1'new location. because the only way, CLERK. OF GLASS '
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and .I CIRCUIT COURT
$5
: per acre for 30% I
Bludworth the Homestead Exemption can},I Py Marian I.. Crosby and "If It's (;lass We Have It" I II
said that the Groves have been se.. in a I IJ Denutv Clerk _ _ -
plant Is now being signed separate classification.We J be taken away is by vote of the j i.i, Harry :M.: Hobbs Air ConditionersI I CALL WRITE or VISIT I ISHEA' $1.05Plus

knd as soon as this preliminary people and wnen you hear it,' Attorney for Plaintiff I .
i. realize some will readily P. O. Box :32S3: ;;
!'prt} is completed the company i please consider the source and;Tampa 1.. Florida At I CO.
will receive bids. He said there condemn us when taxes go up you will probably find some,I. It 6-29 ItS\ j Deposit _
this 1 North Florida .
we sincerely but
regret
would be railroad spur into political motive behind it. I ___ ; : .l"A: \D'
NOT
the Assessor does not levy tax- ( dIIiI ( )
the plant, but a definite decision -. In conclusion. in the name) NOTICE OF FORECLO Supply
L'nc.
es on anyone; this is done by FOR ANY GLASS NEED
has not been made as to of good government and in SALE BY CLERK OF TilE T
your County Commission and I CIRCUIT: COURT PHONE 964-2113 I We Design Modern Store Fronts
which company will bu'ld it. the future pf our country, "We

I'your tion. We Board feel of that Public through Instruc-the call on all good citizens to con- that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY- Charles GIVEN 224 N. Temple Ave. II Just Mail Us A Pattern For MANN'S SHELL STATION

tinue your wonderful spirit of A. Darby. Clerk of the Circuit Starke, Fla. i I Table Tops
; Practice Alert wonderful cooperation we have cooperation" We will welcomeall Court of Bradford County, Flori *You Can Be Sure- I J 252 West Madbon Street
received from most da will on the 10 day of
everyone, July 1313 N. ,'V. 4th PL Gainesville! Fla. Phone FR2-4353
constructive criticism and 1961, between the legal hours of If It's Westinghouse" I II Starke, Fla.{
considerable has been
progress sale, at the main door ot the
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made in Equalizing all assessments c.bjective suggestions for we Court House of Bradford County. I I II -- --L -
For Rescue Unit in the City of .
know we have made some mistakes Starke. Florida
I we want all to know -
that we will be most happy to but we do not intend to public offer outcry for to sale the and highest sell and at' r--.. ----.."....._..._.-....___-_ _. _._ ....... __6'__ .- _._ _.'.w _: : r ""' A
give in to political pressure best bidder for cash the .follow ,. s. ;
(Continued
From Pan 1]
discuss your value but we do ing described property situatedin
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groups or individuals, leeking Bradford County, Florida, to- -: 4
cot fEel. that we should continue *
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Jill in Ms &ism
; recovery operations.At selfish consideration and bene- wit: t
to carry the burden of how Pegln in the NW corner,
last Thursday's meeting fits. We intend to strive harder thence SW 10
much taxes run feet to the .. .
Training; Officer Jack Trawick you pay. to give you better equali- point of beginning; thence : .. I Ix
presented a film on mouth-to- Some will try to lead you to southeasterly 100 feet; thence 4T .: : -
zation at all times. southwesterly 50 feet; thence
mouth breathing. Special guest believe that all the services, northwesterly 100 feet; thence .- ,.' r
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speaker Ray Chance Clay Coun- I 4 -

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GREAT.SUPER If not paid in advance _.__ .. 1.80 (Cards! of Thanks, up to 50.words _=..J-L !.50 . & 4 -' -- -

Keyed or Blind Ads ..---____'__ 1.00 Over 50 words _____ 5c per word =I

Each additional word over 20 -____ 03 Display ads in Classified __ 1.50, per-Inch )/

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FOR RENT FURNISHED ]FOR SALE Lumber 144 HASTINGS MATTRESS .

Beautifully decorated One-bed-j miles north east of Hampton. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS :
room Duplex Henry Pearsall., Rt. 1 Box 70. .
sirable neighborhood, across I UD 710 Lemon'St. Palatka 3' 4 / *.._
from B. H. S. See Mrs. Ren- Furniture Repaired, Upholstered iin /
ner. 633 McMahon St. Tel. FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bed- & RefinishedMATTRESSES / :
room home 618 W. MadisonSt. .
9645744. chg -, .. ,. .,. ..
-- Call 964-2561. Up REBUILTNew ...::... ; f. '- -

$20 to $50 Weekly! Exchange! Innersprings ... -y : : :
i your stare. or full time for excellent -I FIELD and Box.Springs '. ..- 7' .
earnings sellinz Avon '
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Cosmetics. A few Rood --terri .Representative I L Drop Us A, Carder Call -. .: .
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torte available.' Write Mrs:" : 5-i 68--- ., .
J' PALATKA EA .
SHE'LL' Mabel Gore. Gen.' Delivery., Opportunity: and security for I r STARKE 964-5934 .' . '-'- : ., -
Gainesville. Give directions to
!, urhpme. 2tchg' 7-16 ambitious hard working MRS. 'PEGGY SHALLEE, : .4. ;4
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young man. No experience Starke Agent .. -
:*;'vi11ig9" BuY ANew House In Starke .

The rent you are oayinz plus !I necessary.* FOR RENT-one' store building -, .. I -- *'
the extra cost for heatinz fuel ; Permanent, secure posi and one:small unfurnished'house ,
will than make the tion. #
: more :
furnished apt. at 321
monthly Davments on a brand Training program leads to '94cY:2
I I new house. See me todav. I .Temple.- .Phone- -96-298U.! (:/i
-. A. J. Thomas Tel. 964-5701.1! advancement. ; tfchR : .f: '. ) y I
Good starting salary. Future -

wANTED: Employment: retired -; earnings are well FOR SALE. ,I

JSASOLINEV ; salesman. light work.I above average. ,Ready- mix concreteconcrete .. ... ... >

light nay. Phone 9640651.tfchg i Must be high school graduate I block cones fence posts sand, : > '> ;
!:
cement mortar mix-rock steel, ; :i ::
.1 AT YOUR WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVEIf -; (some college pre oyster shell,.limerock,-.and roof

vou would enjoy working 3.. ferred.) gravel. Phone ,9642521. tfchg
: Excellent benefits Bradford Co. w"* j.jj ...VAm, iw<- nnr..T ii g J 'J -.* -
4 hours dav calling regul- employee Engineering I ;/Tf Jl mfV--J YJjivtiAMVr; ft'fWB sjv 4 gaa. < a
or
0tD1e1' larlv each month on a erouo I I II I I TIlts/family i tlie! tiefflu of/hot weather stalling-one of three infuriating troubles that can strike your car on si.zling days. Super Shell's Hot \\\eather Blend gl1tf all three.

of Studio Girl Cosmetic clientson I Phone or visit our office. FOR RENT-Mrs. Clark's fUrnished -, I
a route to be established in I cottage. Electrical kit- ,
and around Starke. and are i LOCAL FINANCE CO. !chen.I, Single or couple only
willing to make light deliveries '
-. MANN'S etc.. write to STUDIO I 116 N. Walnut Street Phone 969-1545. tfchg '

GIRL COSMETICS. Dent. JW9. i Phone 96t. tOl HAPPY JULY 4th1. *f-%
FURNISHED APARTMENT :.:: '
T..- Shell Service Glendale. California. Route .
will pay un to $5 per hour. FURNISHED APARTMENT Air conditioner; electric kitch .: ... t. li"
4tt -7-20; Adults. 1 mL east en Bes- i f
,; 252 W. Madison CHOUSE FOR SALE en. .,1
Road. Phone 969-1545. ; ;
sent
Starke, Fla I 2 Bedroom Home Available Six apartments, 21 rooms, 5 tfchg .
Sale. only like baths. Two
p Now-For pay blocks from P.O. : :
''t rent. Nothing down $15.00 210 N. See ,
Cherry.
owner: '
Dr week-no interest or fiance J. R. Bullington. tfchg PEYTON FLORIST Shell's' :

T; SMITH'S I I Oak charee.Street,Br Crystal rh orivUegn.Lake, HOUSE"''FOR SALE Lake NIGHT 119 PHONE S.964-3891 THOMPSON 964-4155 969-1022 ST.. Fight hot weather stalls with Super _

Shell Service Homesites. SR 100E J. D. Patterson front home. beach. 2 bath. V2 or
...., I Owner 5161 Yacht Club, cellar. 2 car garage. P, O. Box DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
A Read Jacksonville 10 Fla. 70. Lake_Geneva. Up Wire Flower Anywhere

u..,.. Lawtey, Ha.BUCK'S j 1 tfchg LOST ON HIGHWAY 301 N. tfchg Hot Weather Blend. Famous 9-ingredient formula now

1{FOR SALE 20X26 Frame' Dower take off shaft for roto ,, WORTH THE TRIP ,

house. 3 PC. bathset. kitchen cvcle mower. Return to Bradford Mobile Homes Always

GROCERYN. set. S. COrD.Lawtev P.Rd.O. First Box Mortgage 141.-. Office.Soil 218 Conservation N. Washington District St.Itchg. below market, and v clean.: for when highways sizzle.

"n> 301 Starke -Stuart. Fla. 2to 7-6 I LAKE- GENEVA.TRAILER ,PARK adjusted top performance

.. FOR SALE -Very nice two,,1 i, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 1,' mi.',SE of Keystone His. L1b
home. Will sell I Other interest make American
bedroom frame
.
100
on Route' : .,
ftgDDISH STORE furnished or unfurnished. See d) Oil Company Station availablefor J

at 515 North St. Clair St.3tchg. lease. Adjacent to Starke
Heilbronn Springs, Fla. 7-6 i Bus Station. Paid training pro-' Sales.. You can get Super Shell's Hot Weather the engine-and makes it hard tQ.

***** gram and financial .assistance start. Super,Shell'* 9 ingredientsfor

FOR SALE One 17 deep)available to party standing Shell's Hot Weather Blendis
II Parts
?: freezer with some vegetables I rigid credit investigation. Call Blend 'at any Shell station on your route Super top performance
HARLEY'SI See Jimmv Crawford. Lawtey jor write W. M. Stewart,, 20 N. formulated to stand high temperatures -
Fla. Inauire at Pure Oil Sta- !W. 12th Terrace, Gainesville. Service : without percolating. You get #1 is TCP-for power,mileag ,and longer.
I- : Read how it '
weekend.
this just might
GARAGE save life. .
tion. UDBOLLLNGER II I Phone FR 2-0110 or FR 6- after rd plug ;
quick starts e\en a longh ,
5631. tfchg COLUMBIA SAW CO. '#2 is "cat-cracked" g linror ppwer

1'., Highway 16 East CLINIC CHIROPRACTIC:'WE HAVE a new loan nrogram Lake City, Fla. you a lot of trouble. hot drive. #3 is anti-knock mix-fo kjrock' resistance.

Starke, Fla. 426 N. WALNUT STREET for farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 How Super Shell #4 is Alkylate to control'lugWjieed' knock:'

;. STARKE. PHONE 964-2831... years'for the entire credit requirements -: '
#5 is Butane-fojtjgukk<< starts
0 rough idling J
OPEN TIL 9 F. M. 6tp 7-27, of the farmer and FARMEquipment ; like people, can suffer Shell scientists attack rapor lock by fights
: ;
:: r -for Wtwarin-ups.
6 is
RIVERS' bis family. Gainesville Produc- For ENGINES prostration. Especiallyin revising Super Shell's nine- gredient The same trouble that causes sum- # Pentanejn 'I
FOR RENT FURNISHED ei.vihen cold
tion Credit Association, 620 Plowing #7 is an "antiicerM
bedroom cottage large kitchen the kind of hot and heavy traffic formula in summer. mer starting difficulties can give your in.) '
North Main Gainesville, Fla. i weather sets
E' Plaatiag
r:Shell Station and living room. orivate tfchg : you may face during the weekend] They reduce its volatility.! This car the shakes every time you stop carburetors
... .. driveway. Newly decorated.Call INDUSTRIAL #8 is gum pre.entivefor.dean
Graham, Fla. Mrs. Sauls. Equipment For ahead. produces a Hot Weather Blend of for a traffic light. ; for mirage.TM..ialt '
L 9645744.tfchg ft I Every Jah' #9 is Platformate extra
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RENT 36 house
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FOR
V i Gt trailer. Can be-moved on'your' Superior Tractor Co. Here are three infuriating troubles Super Shell that's not likely to boil Super Shell's Hot Weather Blend for 5b.IVSga1ID1'. cu..1 -

SEWING DRESSMAKING own lot. J. B. White. nhone PHONE EV 9-6772 that are caused by.excessive heat in your fuel line. It cuts the chancesof attacks both problems the same way. iP&Tel'a.......svU.LIsI2U53ZZ.

t .,STALLING. Silo Covers etc. Pick UD and 964-1651. Itchg, 5353. W. Beaver 'Jacksonville -- and what Super 'Shell's .HotVeatherBknd hot weather stalls to a minimum. Its formula is adjusted so that it's in
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deliver. No prices Riven over boil and bubble.Result
ohone. Mrs Soengler. GARAGE APARTMENT fur- \ does to fight them. no hurry to : t
Camo How Shell
Truck
Super '
i. Stop Blanding. phone 533-2111. nished: 1 bedroom. Contact KINGSELY LAKE HOUSE for smooth idling in hot weather. A
'f(: I Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241. S. rent by week or manU 3.bed How Super Shell fights hardHere's starting
Waldo, Fla. 3to 7-6 Water St Ph. 964-7434. .
room. electric kitchen. dock Shell trouble-shooter
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fights hot weather stallsIf
: and picnic shelter. Phone 533- what can happen when you AI11I1A
8 I FOR SALE '55 V8 Ford COLOFLORIST 2541 Shell dealer,will be
Your glad
964-6461. tfchz to
or
wuutts and dies to re-start car.after a hot pre-
S200. 1 hn Air Conditioner Only F.T. D. Florist in Starke. your engine on try your

.AuPRESCOrrSservice ilOO. Can be seen at 513. E. FJpwers wired any place. Flow- LARGE .a hot day; it may have an ailment drive. '. pare your car for summer'driving." '

Washington or contact Bob ers for all .occasions locally. called lock. With the fan stopped and the His I trouble-shooting may save j ouhouisofdelayontheroad. .
Patterson. SWIMMING vapor
roQL'OpeD
City Natural
Station Gas. Phone 964-6291. 506. East SKE'LLH
UD Nona, St. tfchg To Public :Daily Hot weather can make certain cooling system idle, intense heat under .

.:3liddleburg, Fla. FOR SALE SARATOGA FOR RENT-Furnished: apart- :1:00 to 5:00 P. 51. gasolines start,.to boil. right in the the hood can actually make gasoline And ask him to fill your tank with

HEIGHTS 3 bedroom CB ments., Reasonable rates. Near Qualified Life Guard fuel line; They literally bubble. percolate in some carburetors. Super Shells 1otVea 1er Blend. .

house. Large family room shopping center Phone 969-. On Ditty .. Vapor lock takes place when the Just like coffee in a pot. I.-tv"-. The3)wuwillreaflybesetfortop '.... %.. ip,,
JOHN A. screened porch air condition 2011 or call at 213 S CherrySt. j Admission SOC. bubbles choke' The gasoline spills over, floods performance. ..t
fuel _
TORODE off.the supply .
unit- < .
Fenced back yard. erEL .
(Shell Oil Co. Office.l tfchg SLEEPY4*.HOLLOW r I # : \' ,: -- -." ;
Monthly payments I t\ .
only $57 a "!!, """, '-' -
:* Distributor mo. Call: 969-2345 'after 5 p. HOUSES FOB RECfT 2 and 3 j LEARN'"TO .FLYContact '-; -4.-' : 1.f ,"
s'wi '
m. or 964-9991 day.3td1 bedrooms. Inquire Greyhound: Lacy ConwaY. phone 964-4051.. ;" : l 1,997scie tis working to'make )'ourcargo better and. better !t'Ja'1CiIi.H .
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STAKKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, Jm"E9, 1961 '. ,.


MAYOR'S COURTJust j COLEMAN FAMILY Earl Green and family spent; ginning, thence go East 75 ft. to! Book 8. page 639 Bradford I official seal! of said Court, this ,' r I'
I h.-UNtuN NOTICE at'Salt a point,. thence South 100 ft. to I County. Florida. 2: day of June 1961. r..
five persons came before I the weekend oprings. a point thence West 75 ft. to a. pursuant to the final decree of 1 (SEAL) 1 '
They'were joined on :Sundayby voiut, thence North 100. ft. to j foreclosure entered in case pend.. CHARLES A. DARBY,
Mayor W, T. Billy t The Coleman family rsunior point of beginning. The above ing In said Court, the style of i; CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Jackson in .a brief session inMayors .. will be held at Strickland': Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Davis being part of the following I which is Mid-State Homes Inc.,y By.Marian. L. Crosby.
sy of Gainesville. Southwest Quarter of Southwest I la Florida! corporation plaintiff Deputy, Clerk i
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Court, Monday j Landing on Kingsley Lake Quarterof Northwest Quarter,i vs. Andrew Jackson and Marie I Harry M. Hobbs
Domcnico Tlrello Gladien,*Sunday, July ? art Mends ant Uri Carl Edwards and except right of way. Section 25, Jackson, his wife, defendants i,S Attorney for Plaintiff '.
1 daughters of Gainesville are Township .5 South Range 23 and the docket number of which P. O. Box 3285 .
Public intoxication, postponedlrom' I relatives} are invited.CEMETERY East, containing 10 acres moreor 1''is No. 12-955. 1 I II Tampa I, Florida /
last week, forfeited bond, +F hR 7 td pending this week with her l I\s.s As recorded in Deed?I WITNESS my .hand and thai I! It 6-23 i
tf 3750. ", ..tUUNO -" parents Mr. and: Mrs. Evan I
Willie '". Hodges, while her husband is
Clarence Jenkins, illegal ,
There will be
a cemetery
parking, causing acci- working: July 12 at New River attending National Guard '
Camp. SAFETY
dent, FOR FUN AND
sentenced to twq clays in 'i
jail or a fine of $12.50; '.' Baptist Church. Bring basket Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas .i i v t-t' ;
for lunch. Homecoming will be and son of Jacksonville
were
--'w I
Franklin
Roosevelt Douglas,I July 16 with dinner on the weekend guests of Mrs. Iva '
unlawful$27.50.speed, forfeited. bondof grounds. : Douglas. COME TO : ; :

Mrs Eva Harrell spent a _': ./;';' : I
Willie C. Jenkins Negro, I :
I not same person as above] CARD OF THANKS few days last week with Mr. :

disorderly bond of $37.50 conduct. forfeited" ;I Trntitude We wish our to sincere express thanks with f : r:N O LAt1[ latka kind Mrs.Mrs., T. Paul W. Emery in Pa- NE W

Thomas Williams Adams.and appreciation to all those Markey Mrs.
running reJ: light forfeited I who expressed their sympathy )Hattie Sowell Mrs. H. E.I

bond of $12.50. "during the illness and death of Stokes, Clyde Kelley Mr. and!j
our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Bob Thomas and Mr., KINGSLEY BEACH"ON
TIlE RIGHT POINT for the Also we wish to thank and Mrs. Tim Thomas attend-I :

nay you write. Come' in and!I everyone for their kind deeds ed the annual meeting Way-

select your favorite ESTER-'I prayers and flowers. Mrs. Guy: fair Church last Sunday. !I

BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE J>Parrish and children. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Tinney: BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE"
f GRAPII. j and sons of Gainesville visited j

i I Arnold Griffis and County Agent Huggins show hip-high size of corn Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey,i !
I II Ii Saturday night. I : t

" "I NEED A RIDER .-;. r'I.+...... ./ L _,,,, r. -,,*&,,,..... grown='I:' without"' .y.'.benefit; __ x.,,",of" .lime._ J. _. "u_ Columbus Cecil Davis, Ga.and are children spending of a'i I To Celebrate THE FOURTH il I

i 7::'. w ,., couple of weeks with Mr. and,i

"I'm equipped with, Complete \ / b '. ; R Aa.g, Mrs Mr.: Evan and Hodges.Mrs. T. W. Markey '!II'I 4 BIG DAYS 4 Treat The Family


Riding. Outfit." I ; t Dukes visited and Mr.Dian and in Mrs.Lake R.Butler K.' OF FUN To A Day Of FunBowling

1 Sunday afternoon.
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'......,.. 'I... Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery iJ Q ,
and family of Gainesville i
t> visited 'j .SaturdaySunday l ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl' .

Green and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest r q' )
Edwards, Saturday afternoon.:
Fourteen of Monday andTuesday
the Intermediateand Dancing .
Y S" Young People's Training

I IA' Union Classes enjoyed Satur-] '.
3 ?- day at Jacksonville Beach.' aI

Rev and Mrs. James Temple : I ipzz: Swimming .
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t ,.,' ._' .k and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal I!: .
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accompanied: the group on the!' I
trip. !I I Water Skiing.
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NOTICE IS HEKJlPr: GIVEN : FSThe
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nat the undersigned, Charles A. Delicious
arby. Clerk of the Circuit
Court, of Bradford County. Florida !
Y will .on the 10 day of July.
19C1, between the legal hours of
y sale at the main door of the
-- Court. House .
of Bradford Coun- "
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,v: .in the City of Starke,
FlorIda
) 1 .. .. _' ..... .. \: 1 I ,offer for sole and pell atpublic Most Economical To' : .
Treat
Y' :, Way :
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; outcry .to the highest and
[ On the other side of fiefd, corn grown. on limed soil towers at head height.On best bidder for cash the following .

::0" Griff is Loop r t t .1'ill Bradford described County property.7"Florida situated, to- 'The' Family To A Day of flealthy ,"Fun. .

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gp Sonth 100 ft for'point of-be ,

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"If you<<. 'would! like to K r-.r'be> m*,\owner, contact '<< 111 t1 t\

Ray Stone, at Alvarez; Store. A., C. \ Value 'ofso Tes 1 1"Don't \

Williams Williams Jewelry, the Sheriffs \ .
guess-soil test!" sweet corn on this same' piece i Arnold. I ,

office, or any, member of the Sher- [. 'County Agent G. T. Huggins I of land in 1960 was a neal, '.The: county agent-says that'l .A. : m. M

states that the effectiveness failUre: One day, Starke Farm- this contrast also points .
iff's Posse. My present owner says I of this slogan is graphically illustrated -I. ers M rket. !Manager J. R. slogan heard recently' to the I ,

must go on .Friday, July 7, 7:30 p. m. at this season on the'. Wainwright suggested to Grif effect that it does not pay to
farm of Pete Griffis in the fis that: he have a soil test bankrupt the soil. "As the plant :

the courthouse! Griffis Loop community.As made/ and the results revealeda continues: to.withdraw, the necessary ..

reported by Huggins, very low percentage of cal- elements 'for growth T rr-aC
cium in the soil...Phosphate and I and production deposits .must
potash were also under par. be made," Huggins .says.' He I
.
I In November 1960, Griffin reports that there have been / 4.. F- f
,
.'. ordered high calcium lime for about as many soil samples tt
.. >- I the entire field, but weather, taken during the last 18 t

......:.". .. r, I ; conditions prevented applicationon months as there had been in
II part of the area. Griffis' the previous six years. i

decided, however, that he would "Numerous examples can be I
e.S61 plant the entire field to sweet given showing that it pays the r

corn just to see if there was farmer to have his soil tested," .

any value in a soil testing pro- Huggins says. He urges all rw

gram. He applied 1,000 poundsof growers to come by his office
4-12-12 fertilizer per acre for information on soil samp-

at planting time and a side les, borrow a sampling tube}; ,

Svye st dressing application of 150 get some bags, and take ai I

pounds of amonium nitrate was sample of their'soil. I

CAIAXIE TOWN VICTOtUL The true I .. _' applied later. This fertilization The sample will then be sent Y I E LOWEST PRICE EVER ON A NEW 3-T
luxury cor of.' 'h* low-pfic field, with; AaIa". and all other 'practices were to the University Soil Testing
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Thunderbird\t tr.ed setter-inpued;if (here elegance vr .as'ont and.ccmfort.. | Rltl Ili. _I _-. the same for the entire field. Laboratory for testing and re '3 TURNPIKE-PROVED GOODYEAR TIRE
port. All this service is at no
One complete harvest has already -
I ra u es cost to the farmer. '
I been made from the area 4 } .
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"Soil testing is important in .
that was limed. A limited har- S v
( the of farm a > ,
growing any crops 4 :
vest will be made from the un- t
limed area, but will not 'be as as well as pastures and pecan } / 1
In good as from the limed area. groves," Huggins says. "It has
I been found that soil testing
----- As a result of this contrast, :.< Hot Discontinued! .-6JhISblld
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I even in growing pine seed- .
Griffis has pays c
f requested that soil u '''011 tllk-type,
.61 FALCON TUDOR. A Falcon with Itan America** samples be taken from each of]lings on nursery plots," the y Not Retreads : t tile
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ord transmission averaged .32.6 mpg in IaJl:_'P1C0 TownIht 'I the eight separate fields farmed county agent added. This service ,.,
the 1W1Aobilgoj Economy tun-highest. by himself and his brother I does not cost. it- pays!"
''aal mileage by a A- or 3-ylindM cor. d-Qs 1Iger t 'Seconds//.
Rune 25-yeor history. visited I -
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyBRO.OKER and Mrs. Mattie Barry
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t ..., M o teegoriro.. droa4AoMur.n 11 'ItJBNPI f
wp9Qrtdeelail Mr. and Mrs. Alan, Land and S
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.. / del IWIed pi c.i : ONLY $3 MOM f Of
I daughter in Gainesville Sun- : ,WWJtWMU

..'. day afternoon.Mr. 'PROVED ,
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: and Mrs. Guy Pinholster'' .
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: ....... By Shirley GreentLULWWIY1WnlleAnlA of Jacksonville visited Mrs.RoSa"Pinholster .. for- extri3. .,,' Other Sizes$
"TFieres .. ty R95
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6 ) Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Grady Rogers
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!& Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daugh- hi. -", .
buy buzzirvyour ters of Starke"were Sunday and daughters of Junction i as pier tr e.M
In of1 I N' 0 0 old tift off Joel'ur
Texas and Merlene
ourSTOP Rogers ,
way R
J dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
I ., Lloyd Barry. Daytona spent .last week with') / / .

Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rogers.

fOt J DIersSwappt ie9 Bee Archer visited Mrs. Mamie They Lake Geneva.all enjoyed last week at

Hodges Sunday. '
Sgt. and Mrs. R. K. Bigham GOODYEAR ROAD WARD .GUARANTEE
Mrs. Ann demons and sons HURRY -
of Orlando were dinner guestscf and family of Gainesville were 3 HURRY An New Goodyear 4vfo .TI'."
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Friday night guests of Mr. and
4 SWAP SAVE Sedans T"7 Convertibles .*T Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Jr. and writ .11 posts lull are'Guarante+>Fd Hafon4Wfd* >

Wagons-pick honey and Friday. r. Aql"" 1tOnM'' road Inarde-da, btaoois. tt/Mc
spending money OB now for it'll Ford. with the car that's | your family. ast
your cue old lee., Safes arc up and Beautifully Built Nile real money' during our Ford John Register has returned breaks, cuts-.icepf rcp.!r.bU p. chir i. Limited; to.
v your Ford Dealer is to Tale Care of Dealers' SWAPPING BEE! Special -'I from a visit with his sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers .' r. orlffMl owfwr for mmW of noffffei spoofed.

m position to pay Itaelf. A '61 Ford 1 )low prices kingsizedtradein Mrs. ;Hazel Hart, in Bell. He and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney 2. Ag. est icy defect ii .Of...*... ..d potofaffwitftout
dollar for nlte
30.000 I
top trade-la.. your COM bctireeB lubrica- j 'allowances easiest! :also visited his sister. Mrs. Belcher of Jacksonville were Gmit u to bass or wto?*.

boos 4,000 mbetween terms pooEb! For savings that i.Betty Halpinwanger. in Jack- weekend guests of Mr. and Ay GoodyMr tin dakt (.wr W.frOO fa oil S3
J. .' are J bee-yocd"bce-lief! buzz on in,' sonville. Mrs. Evan Hodges. Curtis G 0 0 D EA. .t.tMI) will ryes in ritiroet dura* .rMW 1U1. alb+faace -
ems" .I4 011 fir* based ea eriguM treed dt56
lEE to your Ford Deae"s during his: J. E. Townsend spent the Chambers and family, also of .." fsn.i.ieg
K., jt BS>1P Md At CWTWrf' "G+t&fMt psir
AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S SWAPPING BEE TODAY! 1 pri.>> = SWAPPING .- weekend; at Pompano Beach Jacksonville' visited on Sun- TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
;MORE PEOPlE RIDE ON GOOOYEAR
rith friends and relatives. His
1 If j-ou're interested in an A-l Used Car be sure to see your Ford '''Dealer.I daughter, Kay returned with day.Mr.. and Mrs. Sam Crutch-

I him for a visit. field and Butch of Gainesvillewere '

I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Miss Linda Green and Cherie Sunday night dinner GOODMAN'SSERVICE STATION' :
!Hinton visited Mr. and Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd

R. K. Dukes and Dian in Lake Barry. "' ; ..
23 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. Butler Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barrel U. S. 301 at'South City Limits Seeber D. GoodmanIt .
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STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE 29. 1901 .1f_ .. ,. ;
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,'yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyvvyyyyvvyvyyyy1 a dance at the Keystone Beach seem; and children of Jacksonville VYYYiYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyy ; '
family in Eureka recently.Mr. Pavilion starting at 9 p. m., .. Beginners,. Group,I, under have ,been.visiting Mrs. Paul's \
and Mrs. R.'M.
Cason Gordon I'atka
Rippley were ui **-
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy and continuing until 1 a. m. ha, direction of Mrs. William L. MELROSEBy S
; parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. spent the weekend in Palatka Wednesday of last week. 1 j J

I Music will be furnished by the .,Beam,,sang "Jesus Loves, Me,"::Southwell on Brooklyn Bay, with; their children, Mr. and We were glad to have our '

Car-Tunes of Gainesville. .ach in costume. Group n.unuer -I for. two,, weeks, I
Mary K. Schaeffer S Sirs., Alice Rothnammer Mrs. Ralph, Cason and family, iist'back'wIth Tis on Sun-
Highlight of the evening will the direction of Mrs., T. J. "* 5- ., r.\ ,,' '. ..! '
LaMee,
Suzanne Ivlr. 1
Bubba and. ISAAAALAAAAAAAAALSAAAAAAMiss and Mrs. J. V. Ford, Mr. .ay, hafing,recovered from recent -
J.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASchool AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA.OU be the awarding of boat ,
a motor Hawes, sang three selections-
sqn and daughter of Mr. _and I and Mrs. Cecil Harris and Mr. surgery S

Construction Continues:} swim just a little, and and trailer to some lucky S *%:' one in Spanish. The first and Mrs,,,Larry .LaMee. and, Miss Paula Ann Howell of I:',and: Mrs. George Thigpen and,i Mr. and Mrs. Raif ord Gornto

We see that the addition to would like to improve your winner at 9:30: p. m. second grades with Mrs.. Wil- Carolyn Jones of Jacksonville Silver Spring. Md. Is spending family. !iof Palatka and their son David -

the main school building at stroke, why not enter the Fishor Tickets for the dance may liam Warren in.charge, recited Beach have gone Nantuckett, a ,few weeks with her, grandparents I Winners of the Duplicate Ly Gornto of the U. S.

eystone School is about roof- Flying Fish glasses? The be purchased from any member prayers.they had:learned. Mrs. island for the. summer where ,. Mr. and :Mrs. 'R.: P. Bridge Club for this week include Aimed forces were calling on
of either club. Donationswill iVilliain ,
hgh.! This will be part of the lessons are for' non-swim- Few's group the third hey .will I be employed at a Simmons.: the following: First Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gornto

r.ew kitchen. This past week, tiers- which d tSn't necessar- be $2.50 per couple. graders,, recited Bible verses, summer ,resort there Mr.jbaMrs. Roy Johns.; and place.Mrs. Alice Ketchum and,,, last Suvlay.
Dress will be optional, which, ,
the "Reservation" was fertilized ily mean children. Dependingon said before, means then first.three grades-to- Mrs.: ,Emery Cooper,. Mrs.: : son of, ;Naples visited injlel- Mrs. George Phelps; Second Mrs. Mabel Lesley of MidileS -

and with the nice rains I what class you are In, your as we gether imitatedall., animals Fremont Tolles, Mrsna rose ,recently, Mrs. Johns, is place,Mrs. Roland Bryan and burg was visiting in Grandir

we have had, the grass is doing instructors 'will tell you what "comfortable. entering Noah'sArk.. Each .' c _.-.. _'" ,, .h5q former: Vllginia Shanks of Mrs. Val Givens;, Third place recently,.
CAP Outing SaturdayYou had',a mask representing his Clemens,, ltrsW1l1m>> Davie '
well. We hope no will time to report morning. S. EarSltok
one every the ,) .).', ; Mrs. Allen Graham and Mrs. Members of the Paran Bap'tist -
disturb the grass, or do any- So-last one in as a rotten are invited to be ,4. _ animal ,made by',the High Mrs. AlbertBachmanru and: 'Mr,.,and., MIL Dock Jison Kay Segur; and Fourth place,,:' ; Church Missionary' Union
of the Civil Air Patrol .
guest S 5v
School girls under the direction Mrs. He rt'.l\e1spn. all members -
thing to halt its fine progress. egg! __ 1 nd family were recent weekend Mrs. Mary Ccok and Miss Iva were makJng hospital calls. in
on July 1. when the Keystone ,Club of
cf Mrs. Chuck Newman. The of tliepardex ,
Swimming LessonsOn Uu Pont PicnicEmployees S ;' guests of Mrs. ,:rtson'sauntMiss. Hillyer. 'Clarke Monday night.
Squadron will hold an outing 'S k' .t. 5 Fourth Grade 'groupunder (he Lakes; have, been attend'I [
DuPonte Martie
of the
morning July C S Chamberlin A business meeting to dis-
Monday ,
and barbecue at Ashland, the Mrs. John Kingsbury, told'of ing the short course at the Little Gary Hoffman of', :,
<: Nemours Trail Ridge and of Micanopy, russ
I I for additionto
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the regular Annual Rotary plans a new
Ashley, Gainesville Saturdaywith
estate of Col. Harold Florida in Gain- spent
New Testament heroes they University I
Highland Plants and their Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jordan
Mike
Swimming Lessons will begin, Burdgess t .Sunday School rooms
Melrose. his Mr.
mile southeast of grandparents,
one had studied. Grades 5 and & esville. '
end continue Monday through families will enjoy a big and sons, Perry and Danny, was 'heTcT 7 at Paran Church
Friday for two weeks, ending Fourth of July Picnic at There will be swimming, fishing Named New Coach under Mrs. Forrest Austin told Mr and Mrs. Don Shackle- of Lake City visited Mrs. Jor- and Mrs. Albert Spires. after r. \th.Mid-Week: Prayer
Festivities will
.
Kingsley Lake on Tuesday. I and skiing. ci heroes of the New Testament ford and two returned. oan> parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. "
with Awards Night on Friday, At Keystone SchoolMike TRINITY EPISCOPAL Service.J
"un-
last
start at 3 and
Christ
p. m. and how used ,
July 21. Registration will beginat There will be lots of .fun and ; Tuesday. June 20 from wonderful P. Perry.. CHURCH MELROSE Businessv Yisitors in Starke \
food for everyone. Ml. hem to spread ,the }Word.. ,vacation which ,they :Mr. and Mrs Harry Jackson ''I
9 a. m. on Monday, July Burdgess, 23-year-old last,Prjday wre Mr. and Mrs
Golng-Away Party Tickets may be purchased: .Under the., direction of. Mrs.Robert started,in New Cleans, where? and,family spent week 10> Church
one Sundays
10 Instructors will be from : CAP seniorsor University of'Ftorida graduate, a. m. H, B. S1k !, Mrs. Weldon
S from of the .Hendry.
Charlene and Helen Lambert any the Choir they, went sight-seeing and ui Tylertown. Miss. with School. 11:45 Morning
Immokalee YMCA Camp. has been named football coachat a. m. SkanUejvMix: Callie Rye andR&ecQa.
cadets, at the cost of $1.50 Stephenson !
Girls..Carol Kay visited old friends made during and
granddaughters of Mr. Keystone Heights School, friends relatives. Prayer and Sermon FirSt TSrantley.Mrs. .
:
Because of the Minnows
and Mrs. Charles Wallenius, per i>erson. .:Sunderland CaroLWarren, and then' residence there ih World Miss Rita Tiller Is spending Sunday, Holy Communion 6 S C
Class, beginners, usually being Proceeds will help the Cadetsgo principal H. A. Sprow announ- Harry T. Pierce andMisS'
Susan Bird beautiful ,
:were hostesses at a going-away ,sang a 'War n. From New Orleans several weeks In Harts/ield, S. o. m. Episcopal Young Church-
the class theInstruc ced Saturday. Pierce have
largest -' to encampment In South MrsBamr' Nancy returned -
party for Elayne Wishart, oymn. ., Wyman they went-to visit.friends in C.,
Tien.
tors would like child to be 5 A native of St. Petersburg, home after spending
a Florida in August. S :
out the Certificates forAttendance. ,
gave DeKalb, Miss., and then to' '
their school-mate who has Chris Spires has, returned
Burdgess attended school Holy Days 10 m., Holy
high a.
years old or older. However, Birth Announcement several weeks in Clermont.
teen visiting in Keystone Refreshments followed Atlanta. Ga., to pay a call toUr after spending three, weeks
It adult and, stillnaven't there,and, graduated from the Communion.The .
you are an
prograjn. Church forhe
Charles P. the. Visitors at Paran
Heights along with the ,;Lam- Mr. and Mrs. He Earl Shackleford's jrother, with his,parents, Mr. ajad Mrs.
mastered the art' of bert girls. All the girls are Foster.,Jr., are the proud par- university. : replaces MVs,_ Wyman.is.. gratefuL to James Wr, Shackleford. and Evan Spires,.in Wamt}, Rev. Millard H. Brey-. morning worship hour on
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swimming, you will be welcome tram Atlanta, Ga. The partywas ents of their first child, a Cherry, who recently tesigned' Mrs., Charley Wailenius and family. Then home to Key- ,Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ftyrd and ogle, Vicar. Father' Day were Mr. and
both and coach
to enter the class. Or if :as principal -iirs. of Jackson-
daughter, named Winona Ann to Mrs., Alex Gaunt for the stone. : JfeVTurner
on Saturday, June 17. AsiistIng at sons took Mrs. Ada, Fqrd to
Keystone.
the hostesses in caringfor born on June 20, in Palatka Burdgess member of punch and cookies that tastedso C. O'Connor: : returned Friday Madison last Sunday to visit Faith 'rPsblierbnChurch j{lire Mfyand; Mrs. Robert
Memorial Hospital. Speaking was a good, pnsuchhot night. Melrose ieigler/tnd i. son of Palatka, and I''
brother-in-law
their their
STAY COOL guests were the Gator swim team during evening from active duty cer GeorgeS

parents, Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. cf proud parents, we can't for- rJs:freshman and sophomore And again,, Mrs:... Wyman \ ith the Air, Force at_Air University ew8rt...who,lain theyiospital l Sunday services -. Church Mrs. Sidney' "' ,. Gornto of EastPalatkai .

Robert E. Lambert; their get the proud grandmotherswith years at UP. A physical education wishes to. thank everyone.>for .,; Maxwell Air Force following a. stroke. School. 9:45: a. m. Morning '"- -

ASA grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. whom we have talked, major, he interned at yjcb complete l operation Ease: Montgomery Ala. Mrs David..Hinnant of Mid- Worship, 11 a. m. Rev. JamesR. Friends; will l be pleased to

Wallenius; and Mr. and Mrs.J and for whom the child was Bradford County ,High Schoolin. thus .making the Bible School Lt. Commander: ,and .Mrs. tileburg spent _Saturday with Neale Jr.? pastor.. S note that Mrs., Belisario has
W. Warren. Party guests named! the ..bestoneevenVesper ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. .5- 5 been:pleased from Bradford
CUCUMBERWITH Starke. In his flew assign- Robert E. Lambert and family I fTYTYVYYVYYTYYYYYYYTYY I
who enjoyed the swimming, CHURCH NEWSSt. >> Services Held 'Howard Morris, and family ,County: Hospital She will be
ment he will coach all athletic rho: ,have been guests_of Mrs.
BEVCO boating, skiing and eating included William's Catholic teams at Keystone. Miss Lila, Williams director Lambert's parents,, :Mr. and Mrs.._Nettle Mann ,is home GRAIN i i?clad to have friends call to

: Jo Wlldt, Jean Morris Members of the Teen-agers' "The Indians will play strictly of Christian. Education,. the Mrs Charles, Wallenius, ,have after spending the winter in visit,'her at home.

VENTILATEDOFFICE Lin Gaunt, Susan Wide- Instruction Classes and their 11-man football this season .- Community Church-conducted returned to their home In Jacksonville with, .her daughter Jimmy Rye is the proud

gren, Marcia Haberstroh. Bob- families will hold a picnic on Burdgess said.Seven games Vesper Services: .tthe homeof .Atlanta. Also returning :to Mrs., Sauler-. P, Cox. By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleytSLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI;,owner- ,of, a. beautiful red and

by and Heidi Hendry Linda Sunday, July 9, on the grounds are already assured, and there Mr. and Mrk5llarles Wal Atlanta was another houseguest ,Mr. and,Mrs. R.TP. Simmons 1 white Ford convertible. It

FURNITURE Hill, Kay Sunderland, Carol of the H. L. Morgan Jr. homeon are still three open dates on I lenius on 'Sundayevening. of. Mr.,,and Mrs. Wallenius. -i have returned after spending' i really*U'an eye-catcher 1 I'S

Baker. Carol Warren Peggy Lake Geneva. Swimming the schedule. June 11. Special guests were ,.Miss Elayne Wishart One about two, weeks in Winston- Debbie and Gordon Rip:>ley,,

Ketchpole, Ann Wilson, Rob- will begin at 2:30: p. m., and The new coach and his,wife, Dr. and Mrs. A.C-.Holt and of the Lamberts' daughters :Salem, N. C. and Clinton. S. C. who have been spendingtheir I INSURANCE

AS GOOD LOOKINGAS irt: and Chuck Lambert, and eating will start at '4:30: and Aileen, plan to move. to- ,Keystone Col and Mrs. David A. Nelson. Helen, remained in Keystone Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer summer vacation with their," Aulo-rfire-lCasualty

IT IS COOL Johnny and Ricky Warren. continue until 6 p. m. Each Heights this summer Young people taking part in Heights where she will be with I was given a surprise birthday grandmother Mrs. A. G. Hin- S Bonds :and Allied LinesReynolds

Bake Sale family is, asked to bring their from.Gainesville. They:have a the service include: Linda her grandmother for the rest I I arty at the home of her parents son, in Grandin, returned t Saturday -,

The Royal Neighbors of 'wn foOO'and card table..Mor- 19. (mth8-old ,son, David., Moody, Elayne Wishart, Char- of the summer. During the Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Wes-, to their home inMiami.: ) Insurance
America, gan's home is located off the lene Lambert, Tommy Bird, I ley, la Gainesville. '
Friendship Camp time his family was visiting \ Mr. and Mrs Jim 'Goodson I ,jAgeney p
&173, will hold a Bake Sale on Melrose road about two miles Helen Lambert, Mike Zike,, in Keystone. Lt. Cmdr. Lam- Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison of, Opalocka are visiting Mr. ,W tt' Reynolds

the lot next to Belotes Drug nut of the city limits. Turn morning Masses will be as follOWS Tulie Walker, Carol Baker,: bert's Squadron from Atlanta and children, Bobby, Carolyn, I Goodman's, nephew and niece,,j i'''S' 5\Ph/,2442 2701
Linda Hill Carol Warren I -
Store starting at'10 a. m. on left where you -see their sign. : July 4,._George Allen; Anita was; stationed 'at.the Naval< Air Irma, and Vicki visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H B Sikes. ,

$a turda),tJuly 1. Confessions .will,be held July 11, Herbert, Nelson Jr.. Austin, Kay Sunderland,: Station at Jacksonville for two and Mrs. Russell Woodard and Mrs. Rosa Brantley, Mrs. .A .,Keystone{ .'. Heights, Fla.
.Cf D. Unl\.'Answers Call t from 8p.): m. tm$3pSaturday; Julius, Jimmy Foxjm4Julx Jo Wildt. Cathy Williams, and'Cathy's' weeks of active. duty ------- =" -5--,- .=- -

Members 1.61 the Keystone evening. f ,? % 25 John Allen., v visiting cousin Mrs.
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'. Heights County Civil Defense The : "tapestry" backgroundfor Don't forget. that baked Robert E. Lambert also assistbd -: Sorry toh ar'tha t Mrs.'Earl :
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with the service. Hayner had a badly sprained KEYSTONE H MELRosE
t Unit were on the,job with men the' two side, altars look goods: for that something extra Post Script unkle, and must wear a cast. IGHTS ..,

and boats 'Thursday evening very nice we;; think. for Sunday morning break We Another lady with bad luck ,
forgot to
mention in
June 22 when Percy Jones of Sunday, July 2, will be Holy fast can, ,be, purchased after :
Mrs. C. L. who cut
connection with the was Sipe, I '
Gainesville was drowned ,at Communion Sunday for the Mass from the ladies of ,the swimming
of : her fingers rather severly inj J BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
program the Rotary Club
Little Grandin Lake. The body children. Other communicants Altar Society, who make these
that the will an electric fan. Hope, she will,
was not recovered until late are urged to wait until all the good things. Home-made candies project get specialTV :. ..,
soon be feeling better. S S I. W
Friday afternoon, following children have been to the Altar will also,be there for sale. coverage on Channel 5, I n__.

the dragging operations which On Saturday, Sept.. 2,.St; the.U? of Fla. station, on July SERVICE GIFTS-TOYS STORE
Rail.Altar 11. Watch the COMMUNITY CHURCH .fPACIf1
5- And
were started Thursday evenUig. Boys for July will be; William's Catholic Club! will newspapers. ,

.' Jones was reported to be as follows: Sunday, July 2, Lee be giving away a $100 U. 6. on.July 13,. the Rotary cloycrprw1ll KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i
be at the swimming Wheeler Service Co. I 14Shaughnessy's
swimming' after* a boat which sutton and George Allen; July. Savings Bond; a week's. ac- lessons Dr. A. C. Holt.Minister }enad '
had to see how very ,efficient 'PACKAGE STORE
slipped moorings when .
tomodation for six
&. David Schaeffer and Herbert up to per- andwe'll Airs. J. L. ,Hetherlngton We Service: TV,' Washers' ; "
SIDE CHAIR he sank. Nelson Jr.: July 16, Jimmy sons at the. Enchanted Isl? Personals; attended S they are. Organist, and Choir Director. AppL, Elec.! Repairs Etc. I OPEN 8 A.-'M..l2 P. M. DAILY

Dance,At Pavilion Fox and John Allen: July 23, Motel Hollywood Beach; a House guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School 8:45: a. m. GRanite 5-2401, 'Melrose : CLOSED* SUNDAYS

19.75 Saturday evening, July 8, Jimmy Fox anud- John Allen; $50 U. S., Savings Bond; anda Dan Pater,& eMrs. Pater's sis- Morning Worship, 10 a. m. (Save this ad Worth $1 on, ; J JO'jJ Keystone fcfelrose Highway

I the Junior Woman's Club and and July 30, Lee Sutton, and $25 bond: to.some lucky people. | next service rail) '
ter t.
Mrs. John"M Whelan and 4
the Lions Club of KeystoneHeights' George Allen. If you want to be in5on. ; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LIMIT 1 China & Pottery Greeting REAL' ESTATE
children of Summit N. J. The a I will jointly sponsor Boys serving for Tuesday this bonanza. you may get, Whelans arrived Thursday, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Between Keystone tickets from I sions Free Gift
your any memberof Wraping.
June 22, andnrill be in Keystone We Service Both Areas !C. J R4te O'Connor
the, club. The date for this J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Keystone heights

I McKAY AT KEYSTONELAKE II ive-away will be ,Sept..2, Immediately for about two weeks. Copeland, Minister of Music ALL WORK GUARANTEED I .5 ','Ji&U.TOR,

after the Annual Mrs. Jack Haberstroh and 'nd church organist Servicing Since 1947. HARDWARE 5 REAL; ESTATE
JOHNSON "Bar TOWN 4 BR, :2 baths, S ?
Ham Supper. daughter Marcia left by train Sunday School 9:45: MORTGAGES APPRAISALS.
gain packed" cottage completely LB DR, K-breakfast room I
furnished includingTV F1a. room, carport, utility A number of door prizes win L'amsport from Jacksonville Wednesday for Wil- &. m. Morning Worship. 10:50: : Brooklyn Keystone Heights. Phone 4297Wilfred '

Improved beach $5750. "room*, spacious corner lot, be given away at the ham sapper -June 21, ,for Pa.a visit on with rela-, fl. m- Trltning'Union! 7:00: p. APPLIANCES V r Supply House S S
Laa.ecess $16,900. 2. m. Evening services 8:00: p. S >
on Sept. Anyone,havini
lives. Mr. Haberstroh left by VAR-TUNG PAINTS H.CRAWFORD
LAKE BEDFORD cottage | .
You are invited to share
anything of value to donate to'' ,mf ;
plus guest house on deep'lot, eview- 2 BR, LR DR K, this affair as a door prize is';'auto Tuesday morning of this family. Prayer time with us. !I Redfearn'sAppliances Outside: Housa Paint :
with 100 ft frontage, de p- week for Williamsport. Lloyd Mildew Resistant
well ,stone Bar-B-Que. .bath, porch deepwelL $3650. I:rged to see Ed Conneen or Singly accompanied 'Mr. I SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON f Reg. Real Estate Broker

10250. Terms. Terms. ,any member of the Catholic I Haberstroh as far .Fredrick, ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL i POTPOINT APPLIANCES' Keystone Heights Phone 2741, 'LSceproperties Acreage -
Club.
i Md., where he was met by relatives CHURCH KEYSTONE Maytag Washers and Dryers I eJJ Business City
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I S. E. McKAY, REALTOR j St. Anne's Episcopal I 'from Washington D. C., I Sundays-9:00: a. m. Church I;I, Zenith TV.,' Odom's Hardware ,Homes Rentals
; Rev. Lee Heaton ,of St.1 with whom he will visit "We Take A Personal Interest

Keystone Heights 3071 & 4152UTAH ;Mark's Episcopal Church. in Mrs. England of. San School, 9:30: a. m., Morning,' SERVICE ON ALL MAKES & Supply ,. ; Jn Your Requirement
Offie. and Sermon (list and (
Palatka was the speaker at the Antonio, Texas" Is ,the guest or 3rd Prayer Sundays Holy Oromun,Keystone Heights, Phone 4252 HARDWARE PAINT i Mtfival( .1(ystone Heights -
i b St. Anne's Family Supper on Cement Blocks Bed Mix Melrose!
Capt. and Mrs. Richard T.Lovorn .
ion]. 6:30: : m. Episcopal
Wednesday evening June 21. p e S Cement ., ; tJfl a1 21-rOpea Sunday -
.. and family for BI; Churchmen. I ,
Young
: His subject was "Christian month. Mrs. England is Mrs.Lovorn's BOATS Sinclair Kerosene ana Pt14 Oils]!H I t 'GB -%981
KOWLj Holy Days 7:30: a. m. Holy)
; Education is a Family Affair." motner. .'. Meter Service !I : i ,

This,:was followed b, a lively Earl ,Cherry was home last Communion.Third Wednesday Pailsaj I\ The BOAT Barn 3ielrose Pb.n*:' G*. 9-5421 -./ L5 .t:;:

discussion.St RESTAURANTLawrence's
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weekend from Athens, Ga.,i;Covered Dish Supper, 6:30: p-, LUMBER S ,
; Stenographer'sPosture Anne's Vestry will meet where be'U attending Bummerl.m. MELROSE GR 5-2701 c Dinette

j j Wednesday, July 5, at 8 p. m. school at? the" The Rev. Millara H. BreJ.1 San Lebrydo'Lumber
t Chair ( : Orders
Short Sandwiches
The St. Anne's Chapter I Georgia, on a scholarship. ogle Vicar. I. -
8 the Episcopal Church'Women! Mr.- nd Mrs. James"H. Paul I EVI RUDE Co. Bottled and Draught Beers
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32.95Executive will met at 10 a. m. on Thursday S g.. -.J".v.vw-i..: ,. s. II I !. SALES & We. Specialize in Custom, :Sunday Too- Closed Monday
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: : SERVICE fcyitone Heights, Fla.
I Church News AMBULANCE SERVICE" i Materials '. I ,.

Salt Lake" City is the capital of a great state and The Community Church: t PHONE 964-2600 I Cement Mortar.Wx- ... -

the religion of Mormonism. The State Capitol building I Sunday School enjoyed ,a successful -! Sheet Rock RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN

I was modeled after our nation's Capitol, but it Vacation Bible School; DeWitt: C. Jones Funeral Home :Jlffl on Hjw. 21 atM1dc1Jehu,! -<'y

I I is somewhat overshadowed by the great Mormon I this summer: An enthusiastic; DeWitt! C., Jones Registered Funeral Director ,FLORIST: : S -, JPJume 4285 ".. ..- ?t Wtiit"l"t te' Top. Drive-In

i Temple! and Tabernacle. 1 group from pre-school age Starke, Fla. [ k1od
S A tour here is,most interesting MILLWORK' : PiaeeraSanthviches 1'O.iJ'

because you see its murals telling the 'tfte hrough) 'enrollment high school of made 63. The up .. S S. RENTAL .SERVICES! : Edna WilliamsFLORISTNURSERY I

history of the state and for the unique "Gold ,teaching staff was pleased with .. .HaspitaLBedWheeI11tatr, .cr fches. Keystone f" jWB j er-On1o Rings .
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Room, a reception room with gold in the chande- [the cooperation shown them ____7:. S. __S 0 S S, 5 5 5- -S FLOWERS Millwork 'Sh p i Take Out Orders

liers, on tables and chairs and even in veins running ''by; their pupils.. I .' .. tOf-.An Oceutexur CABINETS' ,DOORS Z4b 5 Service After 6 P. M.

through the marble with which the room' is !1 On Saturday June 24. at I One. Quart or Gallon .- .- Melrose Phone OB 5-2331 WINDOW- FRAMES. ',, 1ija II A. ML To MttntteiRt
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1 paneled.,A.rug..for this room' was made in Scotland' ,7:30: p. m.. the closing r t_.-w--I. -*<- _f____" S S SCREENS I 21 Between' Keystone tt

Chair and it duplicates colors of the Utah marble. gram for the Vacation 111'0-1 01 Extra Cost CA&-BOTTLED. 'rrIMatabJ :.;i' :;,J- j1-: Melrose

I ,(School held. 'I ,
was Mrs. : Sash Slide T. Order, "

60.45 : THE KEYSffflE STATE BANK i Wyman: Director of the Bible) FREE With Each Keystone: Height ; J\\3JZDULLING:

I School welcomed everyone,1and Cine Yon Buy. Keystone 'GaI'p. PHOTOGRAPHY I !.

cS See It Try It I told how successful the I .I. WELL IU1.I.JXG.p.UMPS .
project,had.been this. Prices Start at $5.98 GaL 24 HOUR SERVICE *
\ summer./ $2 qi. -: SAVE STUDIO EXPENSE: .
AT THEBradford : MEMBER F.D.I.C.A Offerings made during the i ,
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S Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community. wesk went: to help the Korean MARY' CARTER PAINT STORE5ut $ONE 4351 Have Pictures S SEE
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;>pfean:the Sunday School Iscaring Franchised Distributor of TAKEN I .MATHEWS

:-: i:4.: S ,.ter. Crafts and books W.8jAy. $ i _)UF1aJft.. 6ii5M'f In Your Home l. Well Drilling

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JUNE 29, 1961 BRADFORD 'COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAOB' NINE;

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Tjvo Old Oaks Downed I I I t=: -t _: weirted; la this
Trunks Lie Beside Street I '), ; '" ;:_., ::' -4'- Bass ft B lbsa 11 yt I
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:'Sidewalk superintendents" :; :.\-.> 'W.L. ... _' oz. iii Mffch, fisher- ;
of all ages last 'week watched;'JI err'. : I :I?! men WpTn; to,think !I
Ujo large oak trees converted:!i ita T ; 's this it8 might be I

firewood in Hampton. : ,'. b ? -The ,: ... :::1 L o't the 'tffUDft'.
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Tuesday morning workers I. I' A_".-P.-: ,'''' )11. ..... .. 1 t :
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tan rigging ropes oh branch- i I
c-sj lopping off lower ones''"first, ,!: :, 7PY >s I
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j aid lowering them easy .bY I I III
lopes slung over top branches.f I' R i '
Tee trimming operation went 1 NO II

then to higher branches, saw-] iJ- -UF 1\\ .,
tj and: -placed" to drop as, Rr pFISH I ICONTEST I 1I
I carefully; as a golfer aims his II I I

i I b1-ropes>ts. As strung each around saw cut branches is made,i'!I I F D R D : .. t F ;

,' .l 1 l\p tree trun; or other trees i t I. .
guide the fall of each piece! [
I .*$h a heavy "thunk' into' I ; 'i .l i: !
the growing 'cushion'' of: i ,. :; LI I
SPONSORED BY STARKE-BRADFOR CO.w L
the oinch tree. already lying beneath. i CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. -__ ,! !

I jThe main trunk of the. tree!I .. . ,, 'LI tT i!
comes last cut in a? many But I
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sections as necessary for it to $ -4t I
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drop) without damaging surrojinding -! I $ ..t.S > .
[ trees houses or j sgIIt1a 1 O IN PRIIESREGISTRATION '_ f x H y Buddy Biiheji! took l'
whatever. Earlier electric wires the lead -the' follows !
th&t couldn't be missed by i lug week vtltlt .this tl I I t
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!falling limbs were disconnected : BJacfc Bxc taught I
and ends buried out of the: f. FEE $1.00CONT :. ; L in Biff Orange- I Jce. 'I tr 1 I

t I way. ,I ........... It wrf hfd7&, >f 1* II I
end so, the main surgery in jt !-: ; Ibi, ? oz. Bishop t
M removing trees was completed'! } kept the I lea :, Tuesday, leaving the hulks:: J. : T CLOSES weeks. .3*
sprawled out along Division! LABOR DAYFishing .za' !
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Street, waiting for saws/axes. ,.. i iI
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t and lost of heavy uel-, .-< ,I !
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r I MM. grease" to clear up the! I -- rg- d_"' t I' t I
i 1Jl S. Side products of the tree' .' .<.. .-:. -'.. 1 Y Then I' i
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removal Job included a v large; r I II:
truckload of Spanish moss: an,I 19"-62 Ucenses! ; on Sale at_ unJudge's# Off ice/'Red" Alvarez' Service $tqtionand Bob Smith of.Haw... i Ii
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oak snake who crawled out of. I # ; "' ** thorn topped both I II i
!! a Jelled branch; bird's 'nests" ,' Storfce Builders SupplyIn Keystone Heights at Walkers Service Station. with this 18 lb.. 6 oz. !
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; and next winter's firewood for: ,; catch In LakeLochloosa. '

I several liifcle School families.Closes -'J -; V Si-.",. ,..., ".. P.I '.01 i .. iIO--t t ."!- ....... .' 0 ... ...,; '- ..- -.-, ; : ".' :. .,', "' '- ,.."ioI\'\. not over. The until contest!..Labor is j,i

I\ Wth Commencement Program Sat.program Nile for .- .. .... '.' CONTEST RULES .. .., -- _Jk.. ... _-.r._ <--- -< Day. I.,.

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i H npton Baptist Vacation. : J. Contest y is.for Black Bass, Speckled Perch, Bream and II
I I Bible School was held at' the,; '
church Saturday evening/ June: Shell i Crackers.. II ;

; !m 4.. closing school at the the five-day church,even-j'jasti: f I 0j ,T .' -2.-, '. Prizes., will:. ,:he/a" F.warded on the basis. of weight. only..". .._. I,!

- v.wk."v" J j c: '"''3. *Fish must be.'weighed. at an Official Weighing Station.. I' ;'

glasses from .three-year.-plds:; ..!!..,"J.,' 1'' ,
through Intermediates. ore-j'; -..., ., 4. 'AH persons entering the-.. Contest.. must buy a Ticket, .:-- I I.1I
a program of music; prior to fishing. /' Ii'li
soijted '
and Bible work, learn-! j PLEASURE '
(during memory the school, and I'' ADD. TO YOUR FISHING ,' "-, y\_ ';$. A Free Ticket for'next)y ear's Contest yjll be given for 'I.
hapdlcraft work was' on display I S ". f >* a Black Bass 10 I Ibs. of over; a Speckled Perch 3 Ibs. or ._ .1

afterward. V- 'I WITH% mm EQUlPMENf -I. over'p' ; Bream' ,.- 2 Ibs." or over. |. I,I II
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preceding ,
Saturday's .
:1'2m1, those who had attended pro-'j .. 3** :*'** '6.*.. Fish*** Ii! us>.''t.be. 'caught Tr with- rod and .el.-or*cane polek'( rt = '. I
Bile school during the week! only. 11 :
made walking j CONTEST SP9NSQU P. BY .
up a parade j Make Your ffa For ; ': "
through the city streets and!: uoriefs : ',.T. 4\ i
I 1 wilding up with refreshments! THE STARKE-BR. .. DFORD COUNTY : .
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staged that 103 had been, the Ii IiI
ton attendance, with 89 as an I I I Rods, Reels. ,'.I4JJr s,:Skis, Ski. JJeljs} IiI IiI I
I *"(rage for the five days p.eicuficates I Prexitiers'Yichic -
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were presented to I t G Id1 # 4' i ; I

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Party Friday ,
Birthday I
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Cherry Norman, daughter* of I t Be OpenJiiIy49ifflto8PJ Always GoodWhen I !
I 11' and Mrs. Marklee Norman ; ,
I celebrated her eighth birthday BUILDERS SUPPLYClosed I

( Friday afternoon,. June .23, .- ,' : you useWESTERN '
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t frejhments' of birthday '{ake; "ilr. ", .1 t .. .
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punch and ice cream were served '- oj'" lo' J "' 1. I -Jo i ; .i ? II
] to 32, and balloons and '" .f u f* f*.' WIZARD OUTBOAR D MOTORS 127.45 .

favors were presented. Assisting .. .- e.p. PICNIC. SUPPLIES BEACH TOYS
; Mrs. Norman with the A T Wide Selection of Fishing Tackle ,
, I patty were Mrs. C. R. Cox, I FISHING: BOATS FORSTRICKLAND'S RENT, y { 'F HING SUPPLIES
Oaskins, .fri.i
t Mrt. Peggy RODS REELS LURES I
Frankie Jean Keyes and. Mrs., Fijm = Fountain Service
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Pecsonals Za I
\ Dietetic' Candies and Diabetic Supplies
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Overnight guests Friday i< h .
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I evening at the hom ,of Mr.an ; ON BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE C WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE il
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: } Mrs. Leslie Jones was Mrs. oj .
) 1 E. *J. McRae of ThonotoS4lSsa:'i ist'e Ii BRING THE FAMILY ., > Take your next prescription to KOCHS DRUG STORE. Volume Closed All Day Tuesday-4th of July I i
i Varnum left with Jrs.McRae. .; -- 'sales enables KpCHS DRUG.-to fill your prescription with only ,
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to accompany Mr. and I II.t the '!cry''f Xeshest and 'most potent drugs. Have your prescriptions'filled T

fort}two McRae weeks.on a vacation-trip I i AND SPEND' THE 4th WiTH ]ps wit confidence... at KOCHS. I I '

." Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wil\iam\ $ I IJ t.

of view Port Richey were weekend I '' .. II Your Health Is Our.-, on cern! ,: il
visitors here and, thalroij I V ; rvr'I" -' "' ; ,I
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Richie who spelt last,

:I MrJ peek: and with home Mrs.- his J.with WHppie grandparents them. ,. returned .,! 1; 4' MERCURY! ANGLE TWINS Free Delivery. Service %WE ILL BE OPEN TO SERVE YOU AS : .

$r. and Mrs. Otis JtesytK I o' _., "!

visjted and children here for of a few New.flays Orleans last |I 8 22 HP Merc 200 -' ,. '. USUAL ALL DAY TUESDAY JULY 4 : .

week with the Joe Forsyth.family. /.. ,' I t. 15 HP Merc 150 tgfvia*"- "..".-.-*. -- ........ ,;it ,. ,.

0- 9:8: HP Merc, 100- RUHEDQE'S .
11 FISHING
J And featuring\ the New Fishin' 6 Mpst-.Advanced of ': { .. GIB 'BROWN'S :SERVICE STATION; : ,
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THE NEW BROAD IIOIMT*. j I All Fishfn"Motors .6 HP ME C y 0
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: ttnefaALL t > WESTSIDE GULF SERVICE
I TraveKLight Weighs Only 49 PURPOSE Full Jeweled ." '
: MARKING PCli I I Power Throughout WELCOMES < i?' GARDEN RESTAURANT' '

#393 YOU'LL FALL IN.' LOVE. WITH THE .MERC'! .60 'e I ALL. FISHERMEN .: h. SlJo,> .'. : I !!

largo ahgt writ fIn.ea UU liars POINr i .. .. . . oi". ,,; *. \v r. >- v S. i::- FLORIDA THEATREMann's I

t111.a 100 surfaces Il ,' 4th of July Special/! SERVICE- STATION- : 9 .

.t I l.for.elder iiltsata toiU.! ,*shipping ad, 1M I Merc. 60-6 hp. Motor' ,Complete; so Shell .Station Open 24 Hours, t
a,ii utr1ata$I YOUR. HEADQUARTERS., ,, Shiners & Minnows '
&d, Mrfc.CUNT Fiber Glass Fishing: BoattftA95! >* -r f During The Holiday .
a ( INK St9pty.tofcftttaully .
pets u.$.osleca. "'- FORBOATS Tackle
t .TT-I.562 1 Gator Champ Trailer -' -
I L -*>'" L. B. "RED" ALVAREZ SERVICE STATIONWAYNE'S
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.Plrfectll- .Of,INK "4thofJuly, Special\ Prices on t A.C I .L EI -- CASH. SUPERETTE.

; oaFatIgue. rsec t.rsJ Used Motors, Boats & Trailers '. f J. Ask Us For Fishing -
; .. CITY FISH & MEAT I
.1au. MARKET I
118... Outboard, Motors :
Information. in this Area
......w.c..4.100 t e.u 1MlllAlIT{ante allOY uKHurt JIMMY: MOORE'S SUN| | $ ORT$' : :: -j *. *. ./ "
MAfl. CONEY ISLAND SANDWICH
_, > Open All Day on the 4th Rt. 100 SE of Keystone SHOP

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TmiRSDAY,. JUNE 29., 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGL,-; LL. I ,....'i..
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tTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTLLAWTEY Miner wereMr.. and Mrs. Bill Mrs J..B. Gaskins; !,andfam.i1Y..1{
Reid and sons of Jacksonville. Mrs. R. R. Whetfel of Tus-I I f
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest..I con, Arizona spent Sunday, r rv
ii Lorraine and Lamarr, were i with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee I
INVITED TO HELP CELEBRATE
Yl u ARE
,r. By Enia BlanchardAAAAAAAAAALAALAAAAALAJ visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. !Karen and John. Their daughter : /
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Williams and family] in Lake: Cynthia who has been
t .1 i City Sunday afternoon. I;visiting the family returned

of i!I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wil,I with her parents. i i iI
The Woman's Society i I I ton of Longwood spent Friday i.I! Mrs. D. Kite and daughters' ,
Christian Service met with to Sunday with Mrs. Wilson's i I II Dianne and Kathy of Jack- .

,Mrs.night Orville with Burgarner the president Tuesday -!I!Charles grandparents: R. ,Klein.Mr. and They Mrs.all.,I sonville with Mr., spent and Mrs.several Luther days Hil- THE 4TH. OF.LiTr JULY AND OUR THIRD. ;if. U,

Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, pre- ,
: ,spent Saturday with Mr. and h liard and children. Mr. and .'.' .,.
I t:ding. After the business ses-I
:Mrs.: J. D. McKinney at their Mrs. Allen Starling were Tues- .J
, ':Jon they finished the book' Dome on Noonan Lake. Water day visitors of the Billiards.! ,, '-1' .. >-," ..". ., ,- :: ., ...
had been studying. The
they _
skiing and other sports were On Sunday Mrs.. Hilliard oJ
served watermelon and
hostess
f ;enjoyed by the younger members Daryl and Susie and:! her mother s
: lemonade. I i of the party. Mr. and Mrs. Sarah Starling, I
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I. Rev. W. T. Pearcy of Penney .. ;
+I i joined the Garrett family reunion
Farms preached an inspiring Wilson's '
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;i i; at Macclenny. Mrs. Star. '
at the Methodist i iI I,
pennon; '
Church Sunday. Mrs.. PearcyI Miss Betty Jean Allen of ling! was Miss Sarah Garrett tI t
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\: in attendance{ < also;:'They',Brooker is spending the week before her marriage. \i1 : u I
I ,kith; the Paul Smith family. I \
sere luncheon guests of Mr. :TTTWVYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYVRISING I !
I and'" Mrs. ..Orvilfe Bumgarner. On Sunday afternoon, Mr. I r ,,, i
The community was saddened t bnd Mrs. B nton Futch, Steve f
by the news of the deathof and Eve, of Starke, Mrs. Joyce _r
It Mr. and Mrs. ,Lonnie Tes- ;I Futch. Miss Mary Julia Futch. I I fI f
I ton's son Cpl. Donald Teston'I:i and Miss Elizabeth Terry visit- By Mrs Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I:

. totioned.with the Navy in the;i cd Mrs. Terry Futch who is a
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Philippine! Islands. Mr. and;i patient in St. Vincent's Hosvital =
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;iMrs. Teston have the prayers i; Jacksonville. They report We are glad to see that Mr.
I ty all their friends.:! Funeral her much improved. and Mrs. Albert Norman of ,
Tampa have moved back to/ x. u I
derangements will be announ-!! Miss Carolyn Staith.will. WITH A TERRIFIC .
their farm in this section while I -
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ced 1 later. leave one day this week for
Mr. Norman is employed as a i
': F. and Refee' -
Mrs. W. Moore !Youngstown Ohio where she
i are spending two weeks:I I will spend the summer with a electrician] at Sunnyland i ,. .
"hh Mr. and Mrs. Wesley,cousin. Mrs. Jeanette Baker. Training center in Gainesville.;': "PAPPY" ROULSTON -.
Thomas and in Hender- Mrs. Myrtle Barnes and song I E
Jody
Miss Elizabeth Terry 13 .
sonville, N. C. pending part of her vacation David and granddaughter visiting, We would like to take this occasion, our Third f 1
Evelyn Griffiths were
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders:'i vith her sister, Mrs. John Wy- friends and relatives in Do-: Anniversary, to thank our many friends, customers !
arid Bill are spending the summer lick. and Mr. in Talla-
Wyrick
than Ala. On their return and business associates for the wonderful
with Mrs. Ed OTcol: and i,:Iiassee,
family] in Los Angeles Calif.Trlrs. .;': Jackie and Judy Milliard home Miss to spend Dee Dee a week Barnes with returned -; patronage you have given us during these years.! ,

OTool is the former daughters of Mr. and Mrs. ihem. You have made it possible for us to install the .. '

'Pauline. Anders. ames Hilliard of Jacksonville Mrs. Loca Lewis of Ocala, newest recapping equipment and enlarge our en-" '
II' Recent guests of ivlrs. Eifie per t the week with Mr. and i
spent last week with relativesin
(ire operation. For this confidence you have : I
f Starke and Heilbronn
springs. She returned home: shown us, you may rest assured that our work :

with her son-in-law and' and Prices will at all times will be as good as the P !
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daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C. market can afford. ,:'
I Larramore, of Ocala. Mrs. Ruby -

C .A Complete Home Improvement ':for Green a two returned weeks visit.with them (,,\

Janet and Becky Martin of .
Service For Bradford County Meggs Ga. have been visiting :::
I Gail Martin for the past two ij

reeks. ..

I ,:: FHA TITLE 1 1.M Tuesday Mr. and night'Mrs. supper Carl Thomas guestscf .":- I M f\\fI ,.

I were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mar-. l'
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tin and family Mr. and Mrs., :

; : HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS :Carl Brown and family and .
Mrs. Susie Clark all of Starke., ,.y
'i i and Rev. and Mrs. H. Q. Martin .
: i iI p I ,
I i iI and family of Meggs Ga. "

$$3500 UD To 60Repay Mos. To Mrs. Jo Ann Osteen and, ,
I sons Mr.of Jacksonville and Mrs. Gordon were Jones visitIng -' I1UHWL iLL I .

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: and! daughters Saturday.
;
Little Kelley Raulerson of,
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; Gainesville was visiting his I
I AT THIS LOWf,INTEREST RATE i grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J.' -- --.- 'n i!!
R. Kelly of Starke Saturday. I
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; "" .'. I Mr.had and as Mrs.Sunday Eaward dinner Norman -', Recaps Will Do The Job F Y '. ::

or ou :
:;See Me\ Before You Do Any Home Improvements- II IIr Raulerson guests Mr.and and sons Mrs.and Dick Mrs.::,

r !;A11 Work Guarnnted-y-Expert Builders.. all of Brooker. .
Rachae Green. ,.:: f ;: ;; ,
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I. f .. f Mrs. Minnie Phillips of Live
I I!* 'tI Oak was visiting relatives Mr. -

I FREE ESTIMATES WITHOUT ;Mrs.and Mrs.E. L. Howard Crawford Brown last week.and i', At Great Savings We Guarantee' ::

I I
::1, OBLIGATION I IIt Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones or ,
and
daughters Carolyn and'i
t '
!f\I i Darlene were visiting Mr. and .
", I I',:Mrs. Lem Rhoden of Raiford Tire We' :

I CALL 964-5291 ,i iI i' Sunday.dens'a8 Also visiting Mrs. Rhoden'sbrotherinlaw the Rho- Every Recap : :

I and sister, Mr. .
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and Mrs. Sells of Richmond.Va. .

I R.TVILLIAMSGENERAL \ ., and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight ,
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.Johns and children of Hastings.
I I I Ij
RECAPS RECAPFALL
CONTRACTOR j i THE RIGHT POINT for the'' ""
: way you write. Come in and'I
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'913\ East Thomas St. i select> your favorite ESTER-' t to;
Starke, Fla. i BROOK Fpuntain Pen. TELE-

t .. I GRAPII.i PRICES PLUS TAX ,AND RECAPPABLE EXCHANGE WHITE WALL $1.00 EXTRA TO THESE PRICES ."' I

Size Reg. Price Sale Price Size Reg. Price -' Size Reg. Price Sale Price Size Reg. Price Sale Price '. .;
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T STARK BUSINESS DIRECTORY E 750 x 14 12.95 8.95 900x14 16.45 I j I 670x15710x15 12.95 8.95 !I! 800x15 16.45 11.95. .

i 800 x 14 14.50 9.45 600x16 11.95 i 14.50 9.45 : 700x15 15.95 10.95I "..
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: 850x14 15.00 10.45 640x15. 11.95TubeType I I 760x15 15.00 10.45 I 1 65 Ox 16 14.45 9.45
:1 AUTO 'BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOREd AUTO TIRES '
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!Mack's Body Shop 1 Prevatt's Garage Starke Recap Co. I '
I MUL TJ-MILE- i! Tubeless Blackwall Tubleless Whitewall :
BODY & FENDER RFPAIRS\ RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Roulston, Owner Mgr. Dayton ,
I '', COLLISION SERVICE New Cores Rodding Recapping for Cars & Tracks CUSTOM & I Size Reg. Price Sale Price Size Reg. Price Sale Price .l.
DAY SERVICE
I Painting Matching Flushing Grinding Crank Shaft NEW ONE TIRES AT SAVINGS GUARANTEED 27 MONTHS 25,000 MILES F40 x 15 29.05 14.95 640x15 '35.60 17.95 '

I! FREE ESTIMATES Lawn Mower Motors neairedj AUTO-LITE BATTERIES 100% DUPONT NYLONNEW 15 37. 15.95 670 is 37.65 18.95
;II, Phone 969-2405 Phone 964-3861. 964-6584 i Phone 964-0221 ,21.95'I 670 X x 'J'
I '. 2033 N. Temple.. Starke I So. Walnut Starke 135-N.-Temple.-Starke- NOT SECONDS 0 NOT CHANGEOVERS '710x15 33.70 16.95 710. 15 41.30 19.95' I

AUTOMATIC AUTO SERVICE CHAIN SAWSNorth : Tube-Type Blackw.all I 760 X 15 3Q.95 18.95 760x15 45.2 21.95 ::"

TRANSMISSION I i Dodd's Service & Temple I Size Reg. Price Sale PriceI I Size Reg. Price 800 X 15 41.15 21.95 800x 15 50..40 23.95 Y

Tanner's Auto Sales Amoco 640x15 26.50 12.95 670'x'15 33.30 '820x15 41.15 21.95 820 x 15 50.40 23.95. ;

I AMOCO 0AS &: OJL I IPOULA.'l 670x 15 27.20 12.95 750x14. 30.75 16.95 750 x 14 37.65 19.95 :
Gulf ServiceGULF GENERAL REPAIRING CHAIN SAWS 710x15 37.00 I
I International Lifetime Completely New Completely 710x15 31.20 14.95 'I I i 800x14 33.70 17:95850x14 : 800x 14 41.30 20.95

PRODUCTS :' Mufflers Equipped 760x 15 32.95 16.95 760 a.15 4040 !$ '.f, 36.95 19.95 850x 14 45.25 22.95.

,, Complete Automatic FIRESTONETires Accessories Priced & Designed for the 1' I 'I I900x14 41.15 21.95 900 x 14 50.40 24.95 'l *
Batteries. 36.25 '
Transqaissions i iI iSe.nIce Farm BOO x 15 i8.95 \t 800x 15 44..40 I I820x15 i a
I 528 S. ,Walnut 964-3861 JUST 41.15 950x14 24.95 :
< and Repairs Service on $149.95 all Makes I 820x15 36.25 18.9 44.40 'I 9S0 .14 21.95 50,40, .

For All Makes Starke 66" ServiceBill .
661 N. Temple starke d64-9501
; Phone 964-2321 I Edwards. Prop. I Il - .,, 30. Mo. Dayton,. Premiums: Available In AU Sizes-Only $2.00 More.Per Tire' > :
FARM SUPPLIES
r 666. N. Temple Starke l WE SPECIALIZE IN _. L ..
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BRAKE'SER1CEWheel .. .
Brownlee & '
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AUTO PARTS Balancing &:, Alignment I ALL CREDIT CARDS
WE WILL BE CLOSED
Phone 964-8881 ChasteenSEEDS TIRES :
Starke Motor 617 N. Temple Starke FEEDS SAVE ON TRUCK HONORED HERE

FERTILIZERSInsecUeldes Monday and Tuesday ,GAS AND ALSO :'.
Co. Inc.ronr
Parts .
I Gilbert S. Brown I -Crates &: Plants,. 750x20 thru 1000x20 ;-
S' OTHER CREDIT CARDSStarkeRecap
"Your Friendly July 3 and 4
Local
Standard Oil Service Station I.
NAPA Farm Supply Store" "> HI
Jobber For ATLAS ,' .
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TIRES BATTERIES Cor. Uth & Cherry Starke : ,
Cor. Brownlee & Clark T'VELDINGGARAGE .
v Budget Terms- Road Service .- -. ',- .
Phone 964-0801 964-0811
Phone 964-7071 4-
407 N. Temple, starke
AUTO.REPAIRS Thomas WeldingElectric
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Earl Garage J. B. Wright and Acetylene Welding : ,0.- .

ALL RINDS OF SINCLAIR SERVICE Have Welder Will Trarel! :
STATION

AUTO REPAIR WORK Auto Service Work Guaranteed ,, ,
Complete > '71 -.-:.- -
f "AU Phone Work Guaranteed 909-2954. Tires Batteries-Accessories!I It 116 W. Brownlee 964-0361 135 Temple Ave. _,.,_ :, :,': <" ,' Phone 9644)221) : Starke, Fla.
t Electric Welding I '.. ,
20 g q,.'Walnut,,,, Start. 543 Madison 969-2801 Site( _'.782-S175> I It .1 f. -. -" : -. 7, .'., .-

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PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA .
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I r Court House of Bradford County.In to the highest and best bidder widower, and Ida Lee Molden.
ALAAAAAAAAALLALAAAAAL. Iion't know why folks don't I ':een visiting the Jack Wilkin- TT.TYYY..T..TYT..TY..TTTYY.YYTT.YT.YYY. i reporter. the City of Starke, Florida, for cash the following describtd single. Defendants and the
Mt. Moriah Methodist f otter for sale and sell at puuhcoutcry property situated in Bradford:: docKet number of which is No.
take to church for time.
come by and us sons some NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 125. .
lo the highest and best juuu. iuiUd, to-wit: ;.
CLAY HILL 1 Perhaps they have forgotten We had been having so much Regular services were held at bidder for cash the following' Taking South ', loOt 3 of WITNESS my hand and the of-
I Inhere we live or it seems rouble with our lights goins ';fllZEN OF. ,BRADFORD CDUNTY 11 a. m. Sunday with an in- des.rht ii property situated. in KJ.ck:! 42 I..U ing.vton, Truby and tidal seal *>f said Court, this
I :.r*dCord Countorido1.: to- Co. Subdivision of NK'i of the :L'2 day of June, 1961.
-ll1..' J. L. StiicklandMVe j i more pro' able they are tired If: especially when the wine > tpirational message by Rev. M,4 i,f Section !8. Township 6 (SHAD v
K | cf hauling us around! Anyway, auld blow hard part of the [By Elizabeth Givens] ''Uzell: Toplin, who is visiting tIt() Ni> (h 50 feet: n f Lot South Range 22: East being III' CHARLES A. DARBY.
U' A u..U.il. his and ill of Lvt 3 of Blok: 4: Frndford iVinJy. Fl) TidUe-,,, CLEHK CIRCuIT COURT
in Starke.IQn't .
... i A'e stayed at hme.boln. Sun- ime our report would no AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa.AAAaJAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA., parenis ; 1 ivln'tntj.. Truby ar-,l Co. Subdlv.'sion -ordPd in Dock G, Page :35J. !I t L By Marian I.. Crosby
failed: again last weekvfb | :-.ays, mornjig: and night fach the Clay Electric folk forget Steward Board.irust.ee ; of XEU of Xlil4 of Section pursuant to the Final I>"rree ofF Deputy Clerk

o"ur news, an.1 this week j with no visitors! So this is our it Keystone until after dark Jmmer Program j he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Board and Official :z East.SS, Township T> ng Si.u.in .Hradfordu3iity i. p.-nd'r.lt"qir!''.. ;n''a1'njertd'" ".... in t\'f\ a pfv case C' Harry M.for iIbbrAttorney Plaintiff

is'a!linos t as bad. As stated be-j; explanation of no news. ut they never: failed to aniwer Many younssiers: enjoy the(,Garean: Hand 'and Is a grad- :;card meeting will be held Florida. of which, is Mid-State. Ifomes,.iP.: 'O. Box 3285

tbve.; we get most of our items i j I Vacation Bible School ai the call and come to con .\eh: experiences of the'summer I ..ate Tuskegee' Institute. At Wednesday night before the;:i of pursuant Kyie-jL'jbure tq the tuttleO Final,n Decree.. ::
while at church and we have ':Long Branch was enjoyed Wall :uec't our lights'again. The las rogram at RJE and Anderson present she is employed in the seconj Sunday in July. Rev. pending m sad Court: tfie e t.f'of
to church the last two! unior High Schools under the S. White and congregation will ', which fs Mid-State 1i!'>. '#..
f\qtkbeen [ and was well attended, con- .all went in just a short tiny I'Wilkinson County School Sys- inc.. a Florida corporation
Sundays. The first Sunjay we I jdering the Sunday School atendance. :,Her the lights: went of.:' .rection of Prof. EJdie:fern. render services at Mt. Moriah, }'ta.intiff.'S. Soloman twmal', Support !

fg&usht: the jad roads were to I The lowest count I 112:301: so a young fellow cam hompkins and Prof. C. C. An-' Church News the fourth Sunday in July at widower single. Defendants and Ida R and Muidfu.the

bUme but the last ot the week' was 78 anl the highest 88. Jut, went straight to the: causr erson and other staff assist-: Bethlehem Free Will Baptist 3:30: p. m. District Conference ri'xM-o.t number of which is No.

wedin't; :! have any rain. so we I Mrs. Marion Wilkinson hast ) the trouble and cleaned ou nts. Good swimmers are in-i Church News and Worship will be held on the fifth Sun- .12-9(2. PRiVATE ENTERPRISE
LtiS hand and the
-_- -------, --_- -- -_._. -------- tart of our jungle out here. ited to join the skiing class I Schedule Rev. Louis McKay day in July at Pleasant Grove t! official*seal of my said Court, this
..... 'Her the interfering trees werr aught each Monday, Wednes-' ;.pastor. Monday? 7:30 p. m., Methodist Church. All mem-J 22 day.of June, 1961. I

out of the way, we haven't had 'ay and Friday.' There la a Faithful Few will meet. Tuesday uers are asked to attend these J *.,. Tpr>y' The Which Made Our

: SAvE4t : any more trouble. These folks mall fee 'of $1 for, six lessons.;: 7:30: p! m.,.choir practice. meetings. CLERK, OF CIRCUIT...ouy, COURT I Principle

::, QuantityRights are always ready:! to answer a Principal Anderson has re-,\ Wednesday 7:30.: prayer meet- Harry Young is leaving Sun- -. IVmitv... Cle'k Great!
-::, call when we are having light urned from a principals con-J'ng. Thursday 730; ,' Woman's 'ay to join his wife in Miami atAttorney for irpHtva Plaintiff Country

.... .Reserved :ro.uble-or no light tro ble. erence held in Daytona Beach:'tome Mission. Friday 7:30 p. for an eight-day vacation. ;

$ One day last week ourrandson. ast week. He enjoyed. many I I In., Prayer Ban meeting. Saturday Allen Chapel, Rev. L. A. i la m pa, 1, Florida It,6-2' WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS

.... Jimmy England, iclpful experiences that will 7:30: p. .m., I Can Club Sampson pastor. Sunday'
:MITU'K OF FonECI.o nU:;
1 be shared with the teachers meeting. School 9:45: a. m. Morning!
-.. came running to ths house SALL: nv CLERK OF TIlE Think
pr He ;01 pre-planning. I i i: Everyone. is urged to attend Love Feast, 11 a. m. Evening i! nuctiT COMIT
.-. calling for "the big gun Remember the free teen-age j!church Holy Communion, 6 All1 i NOTICE IS HEREI7T: GIVEN SLADE GASYour
..... had spotted a big rattlesnake services,throughout the p. m. ihat the undersigned. Claries .\.
-- hop given each Friday, night!,.eek and Sunday.. members arid ''friends are inVited -{ r'n'rhv "'''rlt of the Circuit Court of
........ down where they were picking J/y the City Recreation De-"' The to attend. All l leaders are'pvsjclfnrd County Florida.
pastor and
members
berries so :I gave him our will on the II day of July. 1961.
,rices rartment of Starke for the asked to contact each member legal hours of sale.
are grateful to the general i u-.ii.fe uie
trusty 12 guage [Cole Killum I .1<. .I.. rt .nr *t 'he CourtHouse Business is
AppreciatedELECTRIC
benefit for the
of the youth at the benefit of the'stewards.
od community and churches
for
.Jj in
of Bradford County
Quick] and in a few minuteswe j ..,
Reno Theatre. All teenagersare the. help given the Mission Rev. Sampson will be host' (* nt *wke.. Florida offer
:thruItiIy heard it explode and Jim- for sale and sell at public outcry
: invited to attend to the Sunday
back bring- from ladles with their Women's Day School Christian -!
1 1st mie came running
... its head 7:30: to 9:30.: Music provided.firive. The ;.president Mrs., Endeavor League and
with
ing tne snake .
'-.' Ly Jean Homes. I Sarah Prince.'asked the Woman's Missionary convention -
ladles A
3nd tail both shot off. It : / WIN
wasn't as big as the ones Ru- Camp Time to set a goal of $300 and they of the Lake City District : .... .
The Christian Camp conducted raised a/grand total of 40566. Greater Florida Conference, ,
i I ben Mosley was pictured with >'". \ ,,., .-
for'girls each at Parting July 5 with t '
year Mrs. Emma a local
County McKay and Mrs. 1 ,
lin i week's Clay
last
FOR St. Augustine will be held Rosa Green were in charge rogram through July 7. : ,
:raper, but it was plenty big "H'fJl FREE
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August 7-12. Any gIrl 9 Theme: "Building
Stack-Up THE noiiduy.ALL I enough: to kill a person with' ,, of the program. They are Youth Is( .
.through 16 years of age. is eie- grateful 'to each person who Our Big Business." ,
that the j
its bite. It seems gible to attend. However you helped to, make Sunday June Missionary Hour at 3 p. m., "

STORES WILL BE I voods:Ibis are full of these snakes 'pilI.need the proper statement 25,. a, grand day.-Mary Mc- and all missionaries senior I r.; 9S .r! 1 i SCHOLARSHIP
year.
!rom your doctor as to the Bride, reporter. ', and Junior are asked to be :, ,
f- .
Well, we surely have some condition of health before at- New Hope ,Baptist Church, [ present at this time Friday. I ,,- I .
CLOSED I 01 Sum McGarvey's rain frogs tending. ,Rey. L. W-Mcwley pastor. Sunday PJease wear white for this t ,_ l I (including tuition end loots) .

cut here! The fool things The fee is !($7 ani. $2 of.:.this School, 9:4:; $ a. m. with ervice.-Mrs. E. J. Givens,, S. :', .' This can be yours as Central' Hairstyling College is

squeal their heads: off every amount must' be sent in as a Stipt. Johnpigs\Jrt in charge.i i president. ,,. j 4 offering a free scholarship to someone who is interested

JULY 4th I morning while the dew is heavy registration! fee. For more information Evening service.:3 p. m. with ; The Conference Branch Mis-I "'. .. in learning hairstyling end beauty culture. All( you hove

and at night when the dew is concerning .the:the fiastof'in'charge!:All'members -i sionary quarterly meeting will I I \ 1 I to do to enter contest is write, in fifty words or less:
falling they resume the racket. ame, contact Mrs. Maurice J. be held at 11 a. m. Saturday I "
and friends! invited
are .
Part df the time when the sun White of Starke or:write to >to-attend. -- : at Bethel A. M. E. Church. .".. I want to enter the beauty profeuion becauif' : ., .. .. . ;.

..... ''IS shining out hot enough tory W. M. N., 1230 Hendrlcks Ave.,I You-firjiJnviWjo"a Heaven I Monticello.: All district mem- S 0'", .

." SUNNYLAND Whole or Full Half they' eggs stay [or outside people very, should long] Jacksonville 7, Fla. and Helljparty" t uHa night,! oers are asked, to attend. "" '"' .: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : :: : : : :: : : :: : : '

No information has been received July If at the -home of Mr. Choir rehearsal is held at 4 ; ; ; ; ; ; i
.he crazy little frogs break out : 8 V Winner will I be chosen by qualified judges.
concerning the .Boys Jand: Mrs.Everett Morris, start- p. m. each Tuesday before I .
i : \ith their fuss. and we donteven Camp. Watch this paper' for ing at 7:30: PL, m Get your : the. first and third S-ndays- Judges Decision Final; '

1 HAMS have a sprinkler to turn uture announcements. (I ticket; at thedoor,' and it will All choir members are asked to I all entries become property of Central Hairstyling College. ,
all mixed up, : I '
So they are
In. Showers :< .; tell you where to go. There | attend. Junior Church meeting !.
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heat, '
the
with ,
it seems.! Crazy i I Remember" the shower being:u111 be gra "piusic" and a full each Monday at 5 p. m. Girl I HURRY-ACT t OW. .OFFER CLOSES JULY 10, 1961
perhaps '
NO CENTERS REMOVED I given for :Mr. and MrsLeo.fipurs rdinner will be served. Scout meeting each Thursdayat ,. MEMBER OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COSMETOLOGY SCHOOLSCENTRAL
yyvy'yYYyYYTvTYYYYmYGRAHAM DeSue who suffered, the loss'Will yoii give; a'donation of $1 the new meeting time, 1:30p :

HO. MOISTURE ADDED 45 1 of their house and most of per> ouple*? Do"not miss thisi .m. at RJE school. '

LB. P ,I their belongings.. Trie. "public i:i treaL-ltJls for the benefit of .%T1CK: OP FOHKCI.OSL'ltK:; HAIRSTYLING COLLEGE
i jls invited to attend from 7 to, tliVofan's. Day drive of S.iLJ: nv rt.EitK: OF TUB

} 10 o'clock Saturday July 1_ New Hope Church c'inruiT co MIT I
NOTICE IS HEREHT GIVEN
Swift's\ Premium Canned Mrs. John McKlnnt.c1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I A bridal shower will be given 11 11I Everett Morris, a member of DarbClerk that the undersigned of the Charles Circuit A. : Located in North Florida's Educational Center FR 6-4105

:at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ne.w'Hope and 'an employee at Court of Bradford County, Flori 218 S.E. 1st Street, Gainesville, Fla.
I the Green. Cove Navy Base, da, will on the 10 day of July. ..
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McKinney McCoy White. for 'Mary'' Helen: <961. during the legal hours of .

Hams 4Lbi$29S of Jacksonville were weekend White on Monday,, July, .17,I I iiaV been.'admitted to Bradford\ sale,-at-ths-main-door.-._of the. '- :_ -' '. : _'" ,FTill
for several -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. from 8 to 10 p. m., with Mrs.' County Hospital : -- .
MettaHarmon and Mrs. Maurice cays and is reported doing

i 1 Ray Vincent Starling.McKinney, Horace\ J. White as hostesses. The fine. AREA DIRECTORY

Eat-Rite or SunnylandFranks':39c McKinney and J. ''W: Harden,I public is invited. Deacon Tom Marks, who hasbe'en r. BUSINESS. r.
i in the Gainesville hospital : .
all of Lutz were Sunday visitors -!, Miss Marcella Hand of Jef-
', of Mr* and Mrs. John McKinney fersonville Ga. is the guest of for four weeks, is at home II :

I ;\er aunt, Mrs. Sarah F. Jenkins -1 and is reported to be improv- -

: ; Richard Starling of Jack- and family. Miss Hand is ing nicely Glennis Solomon,
,....... AUTO GLASS I AUTOMATIC MOTORS I MUSIC SUPPLIES
sonville visited his aunt, Mrs.ljBea I I-

Hines over the: weekend.'] For The Best Deal/ Anywhere Mauldin's I TRANSMISSIONS Electric Motor Lillian's Music Store
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Gloria McKInney spent a'
AUTOMATIC "Gainesville .Leader"Since
$YOUR CHOICE few days last week in Gainesj I j! SeeROBERTS' Auto Glass I TRANSMISSIONSARE Repair Co.OF I 1933,

I IlEG. yUle with her brother and sis-! :. GAINESVILLE INC. I KRAKAVER WINTER-
Leon-! : COMPLETE. STOCK CURVED OUR BUSINESS -
.and Mrs.
ter-in-law, Mr
SIZE CABLE
COMPLETE ELECTRIC
GLASS
ard McKInney >! : Service & RepairsWork PIANOS PIANOROAN8 ,
the sick list Include CHEVROLET Windshield & Door Glass MOTOR
COKES Those on Guaranteed CHORD
I ORGANS 5159-J375
Mrs. Maude Surrency, C.' | Replaced In Any Make SALES AND SERVICE :

J. Frazier, and Mrs. John McKinney AND OLDSMOBILE I!;! Car Or Truck I Lamar Pearson I "Distributor of Guitars -Drums:Music- Sheet
i We Handle Safety Glass New Lincoln Motors"FR "
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P FR 6-2558 AT TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE I 2-8318 Budgets
PEPSIS Mrs. Johnny Willis and Mr. AUTHORIZED DEALER FR 6.59311125.E.FirstOauiesvllle
and Mrs. John McKinney visited -I! I 1314 3. Main Gainesville!:I 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville' 1030 S. :Main Gainesville t

UNG SIZE Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Young-I j Ph. 3033 Green Cove. Springs, Fla. !I t
blood in Waldo Sunday after- I AUTO SALES SERVICE AUTO TRIMOaker FARM EQUIPMENT __ OPTICIAN I
R. ,
% S noon. Mr. Youngblood is very
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ill at thisrUing.. I IMPERIAL CHRYSLER j! Auto Trim Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's Opticians i i
.f'f : PLYMOUTH VALIANT
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Cabot Briquets Don't forget the car wash :, I I II Inc. Lindsey L. Beckon, R. O. I II
.. Authorized Sales Parts
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at Wright Service Station in I CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM I Lenses Duplicated I

20LB. btarke this Saturday sponsored I I Service I, Headliners Arm Rests NEW HOLLAND I Artificial Eyes .Prescriptions !

Charcoal 99 by the Youth Club of Gra- HawesPowersMotor I Floor Mats Upholstering ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON Filled Promptly i

ham Baptist Church. Lowest Prices 22 %V. University FR 6-3516 {
BAG Rev. Conklin moved to Wal I Co. ,i Farm Equipment And Gainesville Fla. .
: FR 2-3226 I
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ayonnaise Limit 1 with Food OrderQUART do last week. i I ,, FR 2-2561 1021 E University Ave. TractorsFR 6-4385 I POWER SAWS--- I I11cCU

'I CARD OF THANKS !II i iI I NATURAL :! I I i I 204 N. Main, GainesvilleVsedCazs312N.Malu Gainesville '" Archer Rd. Gainesville i LOCH t

CHAIN SAWS
each and
We wish to : FR 6-3400
I
KRAFT 49 every one for the many.expres-I, !.COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION [GARDEN SUPPLIES : NEW-USED BALES I
I .
-j SERVICEFlorida t
and EconomicalPHONE : S
sions of sympathy Dependable, f LINCOLN MERCURY I I Johnson & Paris
extended to us during our sudden Saw Co. !
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COMET FIAT RENAULT
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Maxw House Limit 1 with Food Order ;I tragedy.-The family of ..964.1301NIGHT.. 964-2411 i Authorized Sales Service- Refrigeration Inc.Complete FR Mill I

I(James Hornsby. CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.. i Parts Service Co. Line of 2538. N. E. 19th Dr. ,

Trained Mechanics Good SEEDSPLM.T8- Gainesville t

i ( OFFEE59'Giant "; z I' Used Cars Sidney Leopold, Owner FERTIliZERSInsecticides -Pet .SEWING MACHINES- j:

Supplies !
't WILLIAMS Barkley Motors Commercial Refrigeration -* We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' I
Attention Livestock Producers! Air Conditioning Singer SewingMachine !
I 615 N. Main. Gainesville ,224 N. W.. 8th Ave.
Limit 1 with Food Order J Friridaire Ice Makers I I
I JEWELRYWATCHESDIAMONDS .. FR 20476Gainesville CenterUsed
I
If have hogs or ., ,- Sold And Serviced Arytime
you .. Fla. Singer Sewing Machines !
I cattle' to sell new or in ': }t. 1'4 :,B. & G. Motor Co., Gainesville.FR. 2-8392 Many One Of A Kind ''I

TIDE 59 the 'future please contact ft.' .; 4 Inc. Heights PR 6-7700 -LADIES WEAR Starting. At $9.95
BOX I REPAIRS .
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one of the buyers :, IULLMAN .- FR 6-6310
All Work Guaranteed at Copeland Sausage OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC CONCRETE PRODUCTS Cherry's 216 W. University Gainesville

fJRA LARGE CALIFORNIA I A. C. Williams Company and giye.them.an 1' Authorized Salesservice SPORTING
GOODS
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; St. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville's Most Fashionable
W. CaD -
142 i opportunity to buy Parts
Starke Fla. livestock. .- ---- CONCRETE. PRODUCTSARE Address For Ladies This Ar a'i Most Complete Line
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ALOUPES $1 ,
(ANT 3 !: your 4 FR 6-7515
FOR '. THE BEST, FROM DRESSES.-. SUITS COATS. .of Sporting Goods at
115 8. W. Second GainesvilleVOLKSWAGEN
I L I COPELAND OFFERS YOU ACCESSORIES
I Edwards Building I Jimmie Hughes, Inc.

-=:- 4 BIG ADVANTAGEs 1 1 Supply, Inc. 105 W. University, Gainesville'1113 W. University Gainesville


I SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED .1: Csisli market every day.*- *rv !['t'tMillerBrown Sales -.Service Parts 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 MEN'S WEAR -I SHOES

2. No I Motors Gainesville Fla. Silverman'sI Bob's Shoe Store
IWwi' COmnuulOD. I i II

... 3. Special consideration given to meat i Inc. I I Shoe for The Entire Family
12 TO 15 GIRLS NEEDED TO GO TO WORKWEEK Fa %-W! DOORS WINDOWS apparel for Men and Women FORTUNE FOB MENC
'.. type hogs '. ; : : Our new Store next to CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
: ;.w OF JULY 10. AGES 18 TO '40. | 1030 E. University Ave. Florida Jalousies Florida Theatre ENDWELL FOB CHILDREN
4. .Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities. I
** .. L Gainesville FORMAL WEAR RENTALS Bags,..;. Ut11lpP.J7.Accessorlel
: OP GAINESVILLE, INC.
.i. >: GAINESVILLE, fl %. 21_W_ University. Gainesville
! PLEASE APPLY FOR INTERVIEW ON JULY -_ -.J- -I
:j" Crane Motor Co. WINDOWS DOORS
CALL ''COLLECT HO ?3bll ] YARN ..'TOYSJack
|;t- .- 3, 5, 6 or 7 BETWEEN HOURS ". ,- : LARK 'ANGLIA ALUMINUM AWNINGS MOVERGainesville
r.- pmLiWs": N. I Palm Beach Awning Windows and JillA
: : : C 0' CLAUDE. THERi> HUDSON ENGLISH'FORDAuthorized
9:00 TO 12 AND
1:00 TO 4:00 ..
.. ., ., I AH Meet A. W. M. A.
I .,. .. .-v; .' -,..;.' -' .,. j.. ,:.IPRSTONj'OLECop4'd. -. i Sales & Service Specifications' MayflowerLOCAL Complete Line Of
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"Complete Seniee for All I YarDSNeed1twork: -Notion*

: BIG DAD MANUFACTURING CO. Hakes" Write Or Call 6-8213 For Estimates AND LONG I I .:. t .. Free Instructions
FR o
." : I 506 E.,. University Ave. DISTANCE MOVING i ;ft:oi.-Games Dolls -
-FBZ"UU': : 1817 Hawthorne. Rd. Storage And Crating i'*W. ',\-' Hobbitf625RWiPniversityt .
-.., .. Church & Brownlee Streets .
?., ? ? Gain mne; Ka. Gainesville Gainesville FE 6-5224 Gaineavilld !
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