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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J 1 1I I 'Try Starke Stores First' .,i.' Sewer Project '




.I Completed plans for launching ) sages which would hammer, chants. program. "If each of us woulddo Prompts Hiring :

a continuing "trade at i, home the theme of ""Try Starke It was pointed out however, this, it would reach several

r rI home" educational campaignwere 'Stores First" before spending that local merchants must dotheir hundred families with very little .

rII announced Monday by money out of town. These messages -, part and not expect the effort," he'said.. Of Fiscal
I Charles Sawyer,. chairman of will be backed up by public to trade at Home "justto '"Employees help themselvesby c. Agent

a special Retail :Merchants Association window banners and other help them out" Merchants trading at home" the chair- :. );\ !

IIf f committee appointedto i means of advertising. He said I must try to keep top grade man said ""because stores that : i.av i-" ,

f I get the program. ..o.th. ,"|each.. ,'.merchant would be asked I merchandise with' ac wide selection are doing more business can ... :.o.;;.c-t?..''. ;;;. Former City Clerk :
ground. Sawyer presented the- to share in the cost' of the .
I ; must offer bona ,fhe afford to hire more help and : Advises Board To
t committee's: outline at Mon. ,, ..
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; campaign. values; and must use modern pay better wages." ;
day's meeting of the Chamberof I Robert Mclntire, Chamber of I merchandising methods to combat Other members of the Tradeat ?!;/ Seek Expert Advice

Commerce directors and received -(Commerce executive .secretary "big city" competition. Home Committee are C. H.
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! the endorsement of that,estimate that around $5,000-, Sawyer urged each businessman -I'Nasworthy Carl Stancil, Ken- k- "I'm a firm believer in get- reached no decision on a re-

., : -,,... ,m group. ;000 annually is'spent out of\ to discuss the importanceof neth Grider, J. R. Bullington, ting expert advice on any !! quest by the County Ccmmisj -
j&I. c Sawyer said the committeehad )to n, that should rightfully be', trading at home with his Lester Crews, and Lillian matter," Carl Johns Sr. told j sion to furnish material to
,Chailes.Sawyer (left), chairman of the Starke '
mer- planned hard-hittingt'spent with home town mer- employees and sell them on the Stump. the Starke City Council Tues- ''buUd a bridge over Alilgator
J| charts': Trade at Home Committee, and J. R. Bnllington :
day night when he urged them Creek at Redgrave Street. The

1|t 'president of the Retail Merchants Association display ban- *" ;; *, .* to hire a fiscal agent for ad- (t I Bridge would be used pri-
ner that will be used in 1
future
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.j, promotions by the group. \ice on financing their plan- marily by children going to

11 -.. .......-.. ned sewer expansion uroject. : Southside Elementary School.
After listening to Johns' The council also agreed to

II ... .. argument the board agreed on meet jointly with the County

; ;; Chairman J. D. Doyle s suggestion -; Commission four times per

BRADF ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH to employ the firm > year at dates still to be set.

of Pierce Carrison, and Wool-i Councilman Carl Lamar Johns

burn of Jacksonville. The city presented the plan to the

.___,_ __ has employed the firm before I council after talking to several
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Official County Publication .- Established In 1879 I ---'-mn.mm using them when financing I), commissioners.

II I MELONCOLIC : vwo previous Issues. A special I Acting Police Chle' Cor-
meeting will be called as soon nelius Moore reported that
VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 NUMBER THREE ? j I
,I, ;'i as the agents can meet. j ji railroad signal gates on call I
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I I i Johns and Secretary R. H. j find Madison streets have been
Woman First Meeting Set For Friday Cause Unknown Up to his cars m watermelon Mclntire represented a delegation -; operating improperly for some I I
Faints Meng,
Tommy
young : from the StarkeBradford -,1 time. He said the bars would I II
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?-j ear-old !son! of lUre and County Chamber o; Commerce hang up for long periods of i

Wale Parking Bryant Names MembersTo Boy Drowns At Keystone Beach; Sirs.be getting Francis as Meng much, seemsto juiceon the when city they board.appealed Tuesdaynight's before il I.! causing time when an they inconvenience came down.to(

his tummy as in it. At ;
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meeting was a makeup motorists.
any rate, like youthful wat I session made necessary by Moore was told that the, :

i, Court Finds. Development Auth.Summer Council Steps Up Safety Rules Tommy ermelon-eaters hasn't a everywhere care in the, 'he regular Fourth meeting of July,nignt.which wasa work sates had would been be delayed repaired when but .

world right now except how
Violet A. Wallace pleading I I It will take $300,000 to Seaboard Railroad had been
guilty in ).,{ayor'.s' Court Monday .1 Members of the newly formed available for its use during new Authority members for: Tightened safety regulations tention,thinking he was mere- to get that last bite with- finance relocation of utilities forced to cut its local crew in

I to losing control. of her Bradford County Development 1961-62 the first $15,000 of race permission to present the Fair I at Keystone Beach were ordered ly swimming.: This boy left the out having juice run up his when 301 south is re-routed 1alf.]

car and causing a three car Authority were appointed this track money coming to Brad- Association's case at the meeting -I by the town council in scene and went to the pavilionto nose. and to expand the present

puie up on Call Street last week by Gov. Farris Bryant ford County. This was the sum Friday night. a special meeting Wednesday make a purchase, returning I sewage disposal plant, Johns County Board

Wednesday, was fined $650 and will hold their first previously going to the Brad- The Authority members, who night following the drowning about five minutes later.! Company C Top said. The council was spurrediast

when it was determined that meeting at 8 p. m. Friday inbe ford County Hospital, but was received their appointments Wednesday morning of Gerald When he returned to the tow ? i month to ask for Federal Asks Sheriff To

she either fainted or blackedout Bradford County court- given to the Development Authority yesterday are: Bryant Reddish, Edwin [Gerry] Lovorn ;12- er, he noted the Lovoru boy funds to finance plans tor the

when trying to park. oom. A chairman of the group : 'by a special act passedat year-old son of Capt. and Mrs. still under water and .realized
I Lawtey; Clyde Terwillegar, Division disposal plant expansion on
I ( Mayor W.T. [Billy" ] Jack- will 'likely be named at that the last session of the leg- North Starke; Carl Johns, Richard T. Lovorn of Silver. Jiat something was wrong. Ratings the chance that a potato chip Explain BudaetBradford

son advised Ime. islature. The Authority will get Lake. J Gerry was reported be a
I \ the 65-year-old South Starke; W. H. Maxwell factory might choose Starkeas County Cornmis*
woman to discontinue .driving :Among the first business of the same amount for 1961-62. I Hampton; Zedra Hamilton The lad was found floating good swimmer in one of the its site. 4oners have requested bherif
In :
Field
because of her age and physical Uie Authority will be hearing Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., who !Brooker; S. L. Peek Jr. and in about six feet 'of water at intermediate groups.Resuscitation Training The Wise Potato Chip Co. P. D. Reddish to meet with

condition and refundedher a 'group from the Bradford helped get the matching funds 1 Norman: Willis membersatlarge. the diving tower off Keystone equipment operated of Reading Pais seriously them at the second budget
bond except for $ County Fair Association whok'ouId legislation asked the :Beach about 10 a. m. shortly bythe Keystone Fire In Etarke
cour passed I I Company C, 748th Ordnance considering settling session to be held in the court
costs. like the Authority toas&k I t before' the annual swimming Department was brought to
Mrs. Wallace said in Battalion, Starke Armory Palatka. or Lake City Chamer house next Tuesday startingat
court Monday that hff husband in making funds available instruction classes were scheduled the scene, but efforts to revive was rated the top unit in :l, Secretary Mclntire told 9:30 a. m.
on a matching basis with' to start the boy were unsuccessful
would accompany her to the 4Sth. Armored Division after the council. Still faced with the dilemmaof
their home in the state, for the construction Major move by the council since it is belieyed he had been
Cleveland Ohio. Johns told the council Tuesday -
ratings were compiled at the cutting some services or
Other o f, an 'agricu1ture.liv tock center 1; Wednesday night was to ban under water for at least five
cases were : the will take
: end of the summer field training project someone raising tax mlllage the Commission
here. The last legislature swimming; ? : at the beach: by minutes. .
Nelson Grant Jr., Negro. June who is qualified to go the
period: 25-July ) will discuss with
authorized the state to make those enrolled in classes .. .. l..P.tj
prior Dr.- .Don ..Christoffers, who
running red light forfeited < ; Fort Stewart, /3ar :' \ about obtaining the money Sheriff his budget estimate ofG2.I5D.5QsiiPUJ1J.
matching funds available for Ja:thertlime set.rprInstructionto assisted m. jrevivaT: efforts, '
bond of $12.50.Francis t "
'* 1 -"f.Thiimit :44 There are two things you .
8 $ ,
counties lup to $23-.ooi'p' .begin bald there bruises ,"was: giyen. a <
: Rene Maas, running ( were no on .grade: for .its. acUve duty per- have to know when. you borrow At the present rate it appears
(r Ted light forfeited bond of county) for the purpose of such ,. No blame or responsibility the boy's head to indicate that formance. The 748th Ordnance money" Johns said; that Bradford County
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$12.50. construction. for Wednesday's mishap was he had hit anything that Battalion was also rated as the "that's where. to get, it and enforcement agenc'es will

Harold Dean Broom; failure The Authority will have _ _ fixed by the council ana hope might have' .caused him to* be top battalion of its size with a how to pay It back, and the turn over only some $34,000 to
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to have vehicle under control I '- stunned. He said that no autopsy -'97.71'grade.. fiscal agent knows both." the Fine and Forf eitur.' Fund
Poisons To Be Topic was expressed that the incident -
had-been Ord
running red Ugh, and Jred. "This is Urges No Delay -
would an outstanding record this, year, whereas the Commission
not affect the I
causing an accident leleased Df Rescue Squad Funeral services will be held ," stated unit commander, Johns, who, served 27 years budgeted $47,000 from
which
swimming ,
on $35 bond. The case was program was. at 10 a. m. Saturday in the Capt. Drew; F. Reddish "Andwe as city clerk, also. urged the :this source based on past
Thursday NightPoisons described as "a fine thing.
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Community Church of KeS'stone
postponed until July 17- will have to !really work board to avoid any delay In years' experience..
According to the best Information -
:Charles Lythe _' Heights, with intermentin hard to this' planning the project since hesaid the
Memurtry, and their antidotes available the Lov- repeat perform Added to this decline,
reckless forfeited r- Keystone Heights Cemeteryunder the State Road Department -
driving bondof ance. Commission other
is. facing
yill be the topic at a meeting and
orn boy many of the other the '
direction of
: DeWittC
$80. 1st Lt. Fred Snell unit. will be ready to et the
of the Bradford Civil executive cuts in revenue, including decline -
County young folk who had gatheredfor .
Jones Funeral
Home.urvlying
James W. Neveils public intoxication Defense Rescue Squad tonight instruction were' enjoyIng and training officer contract- for 301 south within in the state gasoline tax

forfeited b>id of (Thursday) at 7:30 in the a pre-class swim. Some mem- besidesith parental pointed out that only superior 60 days. Chairman Doyle said pro rated to Bradford due to
two
are sisters Alice
$27.50. performances; by many of he had been informed that the county's, small population
courthouse
courtroom of the county bers of the group were doing
I Elaine of Silver
Florence Leary Care, fail Public Relations Officer !- I "trick dives" at a nearby tower Mrs. Lake and our people made the record the contract would be let In j crease], a falling off in race
ure to have vehicle under con Dick Beise announced. and it is thought thai Harry H. Hazen, Otis possible. "It is ,surprising to 30; days. track revenue and a marked
trol and causing accident for- to the will some AFB Mass.; and a brother watch men assume leadershipand On obtaining the loan City decrease in excess fees turned
Speaking group Firemen from Cecil Field mishap though it is not Michael, of Silver Lake.
bono of $27.50. near Jacksonville climbed accomplish the technical Clerk Merrill Edwards had ,
be Claudia Walker, head of accident known just what might have back to the county by courthouse -
Doc Forsyth public Intoxication prevention in Florida.He aboard a burning trailer last Friday afternoon to douse Gerry was a member of the skills learned in a few years," this to say "Everybody says officials.Though .
occurred to :
sentenced to five daysin will also narrate Uo filmson flames with foam after attempts with water had failed toqucich of his dives.Gerry A duripg one Methodist Church and the !he said. it's the thing to do. but no- revenues are declining

jail or a fine of $21. 0. poisons entitled "Accident- the blaze. The trailer was carrying cylinders of acet- companion reported Boy Scouts. The family has "For example, our vehicle body suggests where to get the demand for services of
him
-.seeing under water .
lived in
the I
Ray Kersh. Negro assault al Poisoning" and "Poison Centers lyene and oxygen, which zoomed into the air like missiles and after a dive but paid at- Keystone Heightsarea maintenance and operation money. He has repeatedly I various kinds are constantly
no
with a deadly weapon sentenced State of Florida.. exploded, endangering passing motorists. for six years. headed by S-Sgt. C. J. Schaeftr told the council that the city increasing. Next Tuesday's

to 10 days hi jail or a fine The squad is still in need of (I'hoto by Franklin Bitch the unit motor sergeant has no uncommitted Income, budget meeting will tell the

of $52.50. volunteers Beise, said,, .especially ) Teen TimersTo Rotary Hears was the best in the division, and that another bond issue tale whether .the. commission

Boddy .Eugene Barnelt, Ne- electricians carpenters, Driver Escapes Unhurt along with the mess section will result in another chargeen can hold the line* aga'nst increasing

,roo assault with a deadly mechanics. and radio, techni Perform Sperry Employee headed by S-figt. J. L. Alvarez the people of Starke. millage without cutting -
sentenced to and SP-5 Neil Joyner," Snell Doyle replied that be has
weapon. a fine cians. Anyone interested in : Sam of needed services.JaxManWins.
Barry
of $52.50 or'to 10 days in jail joining the unit is urged to attend Gas Laden Truck Hauling On Dance PartyOver :1 Corporation Gainesville Sperry was and,continued. been on the council four yeasr
also. financial situition Is
Cecil Blevins. disorderly the Thursday meeting he guest speaker at the Training operations I, and the :
Rotary ,
conduct, sentenced to five daysin said. made lasting impressions on no worse or better than k ever
25 from the
couples Club Wednesday and showed
Acetylene Burns an
jail or a fine of 2750. Friday Recreation Department's "Teen film the new recruits, at summer camp has been. "You either go up Horse Given ;
interesting
Letty Rosier. public intoxication .. on compa for the time. or down there's no point in 1
Time" programill leave ny's electronic tube division. By Sheriff's Posse
five days or a fine of ,A tractor-traiier carrying ]I prevent further explosions. Starke by bus at 6:30: Friday The speaker was introduced "The thing that impressedme standing still and everybodyhas

2750. Ends cylinders of acetylene*.',gas The*" blazing truck which night, to attend the Channel 12 Guy Andrews, who had charge by most was the night firingof financial troubles." he George Barnes of 11315 Alta
Arthur Broughton. Program caught fire on U. S. 301 five all those tanks, and to see
public burned
a section of the highway Dance Party in Jacksonville.The 6f the said."Either Road. Jacksonville wen the
intoxication 37.50 or seven miles north of Starke last Friday halted traffic for more program will be taped program. the men in our company repairing sink or swim," the horse that was given avarlast

days. August 4 afternoon sending cylinders than a hour. The, small forest Friday night and be shown on Wall George W. Roberts Jr. of the tanks, personnel car- clerk replied. Friday night by the Bradford ,
Bobby Eugene Barnett Ne high into the air and Insurance Agency was riers, cooking ana doing other We're going to swim"
lire started by the fly ng cylinderS Channel 12 at :5 p. m. Satur- County Sheriffs Posse. The i
welcomed
gro. disorderly conduct. sen- The Bradford County Sum causing a small forest firejx was Quickly brought into the club as a things I never knew they could! Doyle answered. ron_ gray mare is due to have

tenced to 10 days in JaJ or a mer Program for school stud lore it was brought undei .con- under control. day.The Chamber of Commerceand new member at this meeting. do" Recruit. Roger D. Dixon I Joint MeetingIn I' a colt in August or Septtmber, :

fine of $52.50. ents will end August 4. Students trot Trooper L. N. Fowler of the the Starke Recreation Department -, stated. other action the board M Mr. Barnes will receive a

Ray Kersh,.Negro, ditorder who have not learned to Driver Fred G. Cherry, 21, are co-sponsoring the bonus on his prize.
,,Highway Patrol estimated; ;
ft conduct, .$52.50 or 10 daysin swim may enroll in the daily of Tampa, managed to,unhookthe i group with the assistance of The horse was given away !

jail. I instructional swimming classes trailer and drive: the caba i damages of $25.000 to the totally Teen Time director, Richard -, : ,. ;. -. -..-' c' in a f-ra1sI g campaignfor

Cecil Blevins public ntoxi- : under certified teachers. Bus safe distance away before I destroyed trailer. The Jockel. a future project of the

cation sentenced to fiv; days sea will leave the high school the tanks exploded. He taw the truck headed to Tampa from posse to obtain arena facilitiesfor :

in jail or a fine of $27.50. bus area at 9:30: a. m. daily. tire through the rear" view, I the.J National Cylinder Gas Annual Meeting Set rodeos and horse shows.
Afternoon 'programs in arts mirror but did not know how Company in Jackson>, was .

I and crafts, science and recreational it started. loaded with 150 tanks of By Country Club. Sheriff's Office

sports are available Harry Green, leavicg his acetylene and oxygen.

BE READY I daily, Monday through FridayA post pealing plant on U s. The annual meeting of the 4I :- Buys New Car i

I homemaking .program is 301 was the first to see the Starke Golf and Country Club qi _
# ; V. Brothers Auto Sales i
TO VOTE! school "looked Locall-ospifal will be held Noegel .
available for high girls. blaze. He reported he Thursday night, I
I about I. the club house. was low bidder, at $3.069.05, I
Additional information down the road and gas tanks July 20 at The
Is Accredited for a new deputy's car purchased .
any school summer program were flying everywhere." business session will be pre
Register NOW I may be obtained from any Green called his wife; via his ceded by a smoked mullet sup- this week by the Bradford "

At City Hall I county school principal. Stud- truck radio, and she summon For Three YearsThe per, served from 6:30 to 7:30 p. ______- ment.County Sheriff's. Depart.
dents in grades 1 through 1! I II ed the Starke police sheriff's In. Charge for the supper is $1
highway for adults and 75 cents for __ Green Buick and Terwillegar
For I may participate. department patrol Board of Commissionersof
Motors were the other bidderson
and fire department. the Joint Commission on children.
City Election SP4 Bill Dampier Policeman William E. Ros- Accreditation of Hospitals has New officers for the coming -I-- the new car. The $3,069.05
figure is less federal and state
ser got a scare while l leading approved the recommendation year will be elected during theUsine.ss _
HonorStudent' -
September 12 Is tax and trade-in Sheriff P.
: lire trucks to the scene when that. Bradford. County Hospitalbe session.Softlall _
D. Reddish stated.
At Radio School he pulled'up'beside' the burning -! accredited for a period of ---- -
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_ .' ', 4' The new Ford has standard
I vehicle and two cyclinders three years or until a subsequent Schedule -' -
transmission with overdrive.The .
Specialiat-4 William E flew out ,and exploded on survey is conducted. This I difference between thenew'

,Dampier of Co. B, 748th Ord either side of the .squad: car. action .was the result of the Thursday, July 13. Natural and trade-in is
car price .
This Space Contributed I BIL, received a certificate alI Witnesses reported that cars evaluation of the hospital con- Gts vs. Garden Restaurant; $1,273.60. Sheriff Reddish said.

I an' "honor student" upon com kept streaming past the blazing ducted on April 27 by Dr. PrWard Panthers vs. Baseballers.
Here
Weekly to Publicize pletion of Radio Operator truck even .though cylinders a field representativeof Friday July ,Independents New Home's Opens Registration Set '

School of the 48th Annorec were hitting on'the opposite the commission. vs. Lawtey Chiefs; CompanyC
Events
Community by Division. side of the tro-lane In notifying"R. E. Edmondson vs. Professors. Pictured above is the new panding Home chain will have lunch counter for short orders 'For BHS Students

The course was conducted 113; highway. hospital administrator, the Monday, July 17 Professorsvs. .
Home's lo Its ofidal opening s Friday '
The Comjnunity I ? Candy .Shoppereated and enacts. Mr. and Mrs.Ralph New students entering
!the 248th signal Bn. at Fort When water:would net. halt commission commended him I Lawtey Chiefs; Natural jus\ southof with Brad.
U. 301 Saturday and Sunday
on S. .
Stewart, Ga,'and was complete<' Yarbray who were in ford High School this fall may
i 'he furious blaze a fire truck "for maintaining standards deserving -Gas vs, Panthers.
Lawtey with its attractive some special bargains and free
: State Bank register at the office
on July 6. Dampier was fIrs from the in tf Dean
; Cecil Field Naval Air of accreditation and Tuesday July: 18 CompanyC yellow peaked roof and mod- samples of candy. restaurant business
of Students
,II among the 37 men enrolled in Station was called to apply for constant effort to Improvethe vs.. Independents; Garden ern design. Besides candy nut r and: Starke several years ago. are I II 1-5 Bay Reddth: from.

I the course.'.. foam!j to' the burning. gas to. quality' r of.. patient.. care." Restaurant. vs. Bssehallen. ,Tbis newest unit to the ex- 'gifts,-Home's has an atjractve.t. i I managers of the.new II=e' I P.m..Mo!4 tt.b.roughm.WJ' ii .,11 :
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I 'AGE TWO "BRADFORD COUNTY,TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 18.. 1961 !\


uest.goX, Mrs. M. E. Lang.Mr. .Beth McQualg of Waycross Mike Smith spent the week- Small Claim. Cemrt Bradford fendant. to satisfy said execu:: r \ I

and Mrs. T. E. Strick- Ga. is spending two weeks with end with his grandparents,._Mr. County, FloridaNo.. -556L. tion.P.. D. REDDISH ,

.. land of Belle Glade were last her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. T.Smith, at Santa B. Alvarez d-b-a Alvarez Sheriff, Bradford County I '
I to Mack Williams. Fe Lake. Service Station. Starke. Florida, By Jean Wainwright, D. S. I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Thursday Saturday guestsof Plaintiff, vs..Ovid G. Lewis, 680 7-lS 4t 8-3
.lI Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond Miss Frances Landrum spent Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Thomureand West! Madison. Street Starke. I
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last Saturday to Wednesdaywith family of Granite City m. Florida. Defendant. IB The County J.dxe'a Court Ia
...... and Mrs. M. H. Lang. .. a.. _
Notice
J. several weeks Of Sheriff Sale AmA For Bradford Ca tr. -
: GLADYS iiooryPHONE. 964-0631 Jto.Clyde.Sinclai.] .: and her grandmother Mrs. are spending Notice is hereby given thatI. Florida. !. Probate
-& .* 4 da ihter. Evelyn 'returned F. Rodgers, in Jacksonville. with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells} P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Re:.Estate of Fred Guy Jones,
*f< 3. >
10 J. B.: Dandby,. Sr. .of Ozark' 'Mr.; : and Mrs. T.C.- Ci ..stainJJr. Friday from a tAr week's:Vacas'tioh Mike Willis is visiting Don-,at Brooklyn Lake. Bradford and by.County virtue, of Florida.a writ Under of Notice Deceased.Of Filing- Petition For 1\,

Ala. is. vetting ,Mr: and Mrs. and son Tommy visitedthe with relatives in.'" Atlanta, aid Downing in Fitzgerald, Ga.i Miss Louise Donaldson of Decatur of Execution Small heretofore ,issued out Final Discharge 1
R. 0 and Vicki Willis .is viSiting. her Ga. will arrive Friday Claims Court Bradford Notice is hereby given that I
: Dansby; 1s week Jacksonville Zoo on Sun- Manchester, and Jekyll Is- County in the above styled have filed final returns as
k Mrs.. J.. Dill will wend Jay.. landi Gai0 i! '** *$ t.j ; !' graiidparents and Mrs. L.r for a ten day visit with .Mr. cause, I: have levied upon the sdminstrator my of the Estate of
following to-wit
next weefrin Jacksonville' wither f4.frthtt H.1< ''htchl ,E. Alston in Richland, Ga. this and Mrs. L. D., Vining. property : Fred GUY Jones, Deceased thatI
Mrs. Mary ',Besseh- and One (1) 19S3 Chevrolet 4 door have filed my petition for distribution -
mother, Mrs. J. M. Lott, daughter, Mary Carol, .of l left Ttiesclflyfara.V; ; : :t tJon5tache week. Billy Colson of San Diego, Model No. A53A Motor No. LAA and final discharge, I Il
wholsifi. 'mountains << : Mr. and Mrs., W.. A. Stern Calif is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 104923S. Tag No. 45E-1S. and that on August 9. 1961 I l
astortG. .
"at
Starke Mrs. U. A. Joiner and ; I As the property of the above will apply to the Honorable
of D na.ld t.JUch )1 9111'0.gradv.; and Miss Louise stem spent i Hollis Knight, Mrs. .D. E. named defendant" and that on Theron" A. Yawn. County Judgeof
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. T. J. Murray Bart w,
| last Thursday and Friday at i Knight and other friends and the 7 day of August, 1961. between Bradford County. Florida,
'nd daughters, Gayle: and and Mrs. Jackie Weeks of Mi- afcd 'from thVUnifersIly: : of the legal hours of sale for approval of said final re- !
Ftorldi ui' 1i i a'.ui1eaie' Friday st. Augustine Beach. relatives .here for several, days. namely eleven o'clock in the turns and for an order of distribution -
Marian, were .vacationing last umi returned Sunday from a -
I wl forenoon and two o'clock in the and for final discharge
'eek in the Smoky Mountains four-day 'vacation in Nassau. i ij for Newport?'R, I4 where Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan D. Carpenter and daughter afternoon" at twelve o'clock on as administrator of the-

and visiting, M-Sgt and Mrs.!j Mrs. b. B. Brown returned :ie: 'vfflr; enter' 'Kava! '.1'ft1cets ; and family were visiting Mr.2.nd ,..1Dolph Reddish and said the' Court day, at House the South in Bradford door of ceased.Ertate of Fred Guy Jones, De- II

R. W. Reese in GoMsboro. N. ,1 last week from the Otlando Candidate--School for 16 eek.evMi's. Mrs. Tom Sullivan' in children spent Monday with County. Florida I will offer for This ,12th.. day of July, 1961.
C. |I General Hospital where she s. iJGray' Titusville. over the weekend.. I Mrs. T>avH Reid ana ffmily in : sale and sell to the highest bid.. ,9.fS.Charles; M. Schmitt
der" ,
: for cash in hand the above Administrator
l left ''Monday' by' '-planeji for Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Jonesof J acksonviUe.I ,
: Mr. and.Mrs., Donald B igwell -I i I underwent bone surgery on ; j described property of said de. 7-13 4t.3-3 ""j
| her arm. otoi -'They wfll'f6': '
and family I
fcoto have and. Bunky Mrs. U. A. Joiner, and Mrs. Mrs. Gradys former-home Sunday, and Monday gusts of I
{jeliirned from
; a J' Moose1 Head'Take' Me where Mr. a.nd Mrs. A. J. Thomas I
*acation wIth reiatves inJlermUageTTenn. 1'. J. Murray of Bartow, and ;:

: I Miss Vivian Holly of tike they wUl reiBata until Opfober.T. .- Jr.Mrs. I
Worth 'are house guts of ; H. Slade aiar1awyer : : 8 E. P. Boland and children -I .

: Mrs. E. L;'Co*.,and! daughter -' Mrs. Mary Bessent and fam- I are-In :Purdu %;-'IrkL of Athens, Ga. are visit- \ 'Y I

Uhda,4na' -Miss; Rosa I'ily for ten days. \ for'aweek,bttendinir;the J;Iitional : ing her parents Mr. ard .?frs.,! i

:Moore. will Spend'the-' .... .. weekend. Mrs. Marguerite Parsons of :'-Methodist Men's" Convocation. H. L. Speer. for ten days. 'I'20- Words or les, one time ,UH & .85 Memorials,' Resolutions __-_, Be per word I
in Miami. where! they wjll; attend !4t!1-1- 'M W.JI\ Weeks bf Tallahassee .
,
Tallahassee was the Fourlh of : : If net'paid, fa 'advance --_____ 1.60 (Cards of Thanks, ijth' 50 words .._ !.M I 19500-1955 Dodge Fordor
wedding of- '
Mrs.
:the B and Robert Weeks or Jacksonville :
} tlMbt I
July weekend guest of Mr. !frr Blind
Ads
Keyed or __
1.00 !
tox's: son, Pearson, to Miss A Over 50 words _. _,.___ 5c pr word!
Matth'ews< And'! Jackle'fHiQes 1 were Thursday guests
and Mrs. Boss Pus.
Margaret Kienzle on Saturday Mrs. J. F. Bloodworft ind ie 'att nd.fit.4h .,f lt t1 od1St of Mr. and Mrs. Juinius Smith, Each additional word 1' over %0.__ is Display ads in Classified., __ 1.50 per Incb I\, New Paint New Tires No.

afternoon. Youth Camp in Leeslmrg': this ".MrsV; ElizabethFowler'and" \\1'
children spent the Gt two ; Man'cr.woman.. Pl .sant\1)fO- CLOSING OUT all 1950 and I'th.1jEIE !' 392B '
S. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins weeks with her parentt, Mr: weefc 1.=..W.f.) jt',i' H( son, Collins, .of Eau Gallie are; fitable route' work.-.Full or part 1961 Motorola. and Admiral'' nJf -fotl little HARRELL babies to lookI care I; '
'
of Jacksonville were Sunday and Mrs. C. W. Brandon. St.In I'M1it BoflSl; visiting Mss! Lillian tuip'th1eek. :' time. Lawte repeat ,. orders.. TV sets at bargain ortces at for.424 E. Madison St. Starke :ij,i
Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus I Quincy. They all spent one Ua Tayldr re'fetfe'ndin: ; Earn .$2.50. per hour or more.Age Dahmer's TV &', Aopljance. ;; Itp II 2950019 3' Ford CustomTudor
no barrier.Write
t Mson.A> : McNESS ,Center 112 E. Call St. Itchi"
; ind
Mr.L Mrs. Don
week at Panama City Beach. Giiead at Polk Ctifr.'thIeeMDC..bre1la1ct! ? 'Neel and Co..:Box 2766i DeSoto Station.Memphis I FOR RENT 3 I;
Mr. and- Mrs. E. O. EIder Miss Mary Agnes Matthewsand U 1d s6n. Dohnie, VisIted Marine1and 2. Term: '2tf> ''-13 rOE? SALE: Outboard Mot9i.. apartment: 2 sleepinz room rooms.Upper I .
nd sons have returned froma 5& ,HP. See Bufor Park No. 36A
? Bobby Ferguson attendedthe Mrs. RalphAttfidtt'of! Alba ';' on Sunday. SELL TV-advertised PRO- t.Hamnt.on lower Private entrance and i
month in Highlands, N. C., Jones-Bessinger 'wedding I Ga. are visiting Cot ,and Mrs Jane Moyer of Jacksonville DUCTS. The way is paved for IteheFOR bath. Ph. 964-3151. Itchg .

yhere they have. been building I in Dade City last Saturday]. T. T. Lon .for."several nays. .vas visiting Susan. Wiggins vou. You, will find a steady RENT I Plymouth t h
a summer' cottage.Mr. nIght. While there Miss Mat- Mrs. w:.>>. Mwidy is spend l lastziek. demand with earnings of from Sebtenfoer until June new HASTINGS MATTRESS i' I 9500-1954 I

and Mrs. E. J. Dcwlinglisited thews was the guest of Miss ing this week with her daughter Jesse Newsome returned i $showing& tOv$10-dally-in-SDare Avon Products. hours Write On two Kineslev bedroom Lake.furnished with home boat ,& UPHOLSTERY WORKS]

Mrs. Palmer Williams Julia Massey, and Mr. Ferguson ;. ; Jean, ifCatop 'O'Su'wan- Sunday after two weeks in 'Mrs. Mabel Gore. Gen. Deli house and dock. $90 per 710 Lemon St. Palatka Fordor No. 30 .

"In. Riverside Hospital on Sun- was guest of Mr. aud Mrs. nee hear,Bradford. Alachua General Hospital I very. Gainesville. Give direc- month. included water and Furniture Repaired, UjJ-

cay.Mrs. N. A. McNeil. Mr. ,hd Mrs., John C oopera'nd ;. where he underwent surgery. Eiens. to your home. 2tehg 7-20 electric..Interested party writeP. holstered & Refin.shedMArrisEs ,

Titus Olson and= Mrs. Mrs. Gerit Van Diepen and family ,have moved to Mr. and Mrs; Harry Biharr $20 .to $$6, Weekly} .Exchange O. Box 414.. Gainesville..4t flie 7-27 Fla. \ REBUILTNew 19500 1953 Chevrolet t

Jfelson Green were in Lake- granddaughter, Barbara Davis, Pal tka. of Pensacola were guests their your spare or fun tm.e'lor excellent II i

land from Tuesday to Thursday have returned Mr. and Mrs. J. Anders and cousin Mrs. J. L. Gentry earnings selling Avon COLLIE PUPPIES purebred. Innerspringsand
after a month'svisit '
..
to attend the Methodist Cosmetics. A. 'ley rood terri; $20. M. E. Martin. 5 nit north Box Springs Fordor No. 418
with relatives] In St. family have moved to Verb on Tuesday. -' I tories available.- Write Mrs. Of Starke. ft mile off U. S.
Children's Workshop Confer- Charles Batavia and Aurora, Be&ch. Dr. and>' frs., l?. S. Mullins Mabel Gore Jefl. Delivery :301. UP Drop Us A Card or Call :

nce. Mrs. Olson wijl 1 leturn Ill. Mrs. Joe'Jordan 'and children -1 :and family returned Tuesday' Gainesville.,'Give, directions ,to WILL ALLoW PALATKA EA 5-9166 -1953 Hudson Fordor
home today, while Mrs. Green are ; from vacation{ at vour. home. 2tchg 7-t6 un to $150 STARKE 964-5934 9500
Butler a ten-day
Miss Linda Sale is employed ; of Lake .sp d- trade, for.jour TV,on. a 23- MRS. PEGGY SMALLER, ,
will go on to Bartow and Eagle at the Plant Board in Ing this week with 'he/ parents :.. Lake Jun&luska. N. C. Also $ 50 TO $500 s A MONTH! inch remote control AdmiralTV Starke, Agent ,
River to visit relatives until Gainesville and is staying with ; Mr. arid Mrs. H. A. Lawton there were Rev. and Mrs. Don That's.what many'top earn- console at Dahmer's 1 TV & : No. 413. ,
Saturday.Gay Kok ers make:with 'nationanv advertised Appliance Center. 112 E Call
her aunt, Mrs. Thelma Steele. while Mr. Jordan: is at moor and family of .Waticins Products. RI:. ltrh FOR SALE OR RENT: Can

Mabry left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Inland Daytona on business.Mr. Apopka, former stark reSt- ;tow .we're offering the same buy either home for 5 per cent -1952 Chevrolet
for two weeks at Camp 0'- and daughter of Miami were and Mrs. Jack Sale and dents. oPDortunitv' t6 a reliable man FOR RENT 2 bedroom down. balance like renc- Payment 14500
Suwannee. last Wednesday overnight daughter Jackie of Bfcunts-i E.: P. Renner underwent- or woman, In Starke. No ex- nicely furnished house. Newly of extortionate tax as-
decorated Carport and larlZPJJtiJtt essment and hIgh millaee
De rience .investment1 necessary -
..>...1 town were weekend. gu-. sts of surgery. Mo day; at he Baptist ;- ;. Write: or C.' R..Ruble Dept ] y ,room. Inauire. at. 733 compels sale. See me. If you TudOr No. 419

.... Mr. and Mrs: Guy Sale. .MeniorflHospitaL .'(--Watk1 Products inc.. V .'1"hn"'YMnn Kt.- ffoh"FURNI.WF1D << own vour own home. no tax
I f Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Styers 'Mr. and Mrs.'Robert Renan :Memphis- !. -Tenn Itp paid. Rents as follows: Brick
and Miss Deborah Wallace: of baby ,'d .ughter of Ro- APARTMENT 3 bedroom home W. Call St.. 49500 -1955 Ford Fairlane
UNEXPECTED CHANGE IN HOUSE FOR SALE $45 month. Unfurnished 6-
I Shelby N.. C, are, v1sitLlg Mr. clicHe, .fl!. have, rented the THIS AREA MEANS OPPOR 1 Six. apartments, 21 'rOoms, 5 room bun alow... $35 month.

CULp. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran. this .'Saul's. .cottage. at .612. .Lake st. TDNITY:FOR 'A $100.00 PER bath Two; : blocks from P.O. Also furnished I-bedroom
;Mr.- Reganlis manager of :.WEEK MANJ UR- $75:00: PER! 210 N. .Cherry: See owner: apartment. $20. month. Both Fordor No. 334B

week.Mrs.. E. L., MIddleton'Df Car 's ..Department.Store.. WEEK'LADY ;SERVICE J. R. BuJlint n. tfchg located corner Madison & Or- -

Melbourne %nd. Miss MadgeMlddleton.pf ,Mr.-'and' Mrs Wopdfln l Haile ESTABLISHED'WATKINS CUSTOMERS'-IN: :TKI& LO 'OI.R.ENT: 3 bedroom,'furriistnwi : labla anee Sts.unfurnished Also large 2-bedroom comfor- -1954 Buick Conv.

Starke are,visit :and :daughters'of MiamiuUarrivet.8 cALITY. MAE: YOU CAN ,)lOu. .<. convenient. ..toshopping house. ULmonth.and( furn- 49500 i
ing relatives in Thihws and turd Y :f r two OUAUFY. WRITE- ::'WAT-I .tfltsirlefctiAlK electric ishsd2-bedrboni.; small home.
'0 u4lIfy :; BINS;. '659 WEST.' :.PEACH- kitchen::' Phone.. 9S4-2&21. .Itp $30 znnt) Both on N.: Clark .
orterii..ya. weeks vacation the
Chicago. HI. ( at Sis- .TREE ST.... NE...ATLANTA -'J'"r'" 1',1"' : .- Also laree. rifce. un turn- Good Condo No. 421NEW
.. ,
Mis. H. M. H .kher. or. and trunk cottage Klngslety ';8tch6rd! 7-20 '
ft. .GEORGTA.. FOR SALE: .Small-ho'ilSe: lot rSt. "home at 315 ,N. Walnut
'
children- spent the past;! ;two take,'.and"will also visit his ; 2BO'xOO.o1e'533247t.,1tii'FOg '; ;- *50 month Phoned Office
FARM LAND, 48-acres, for :, ,-; ... J,., : : '964-6491. '
weeks with relatives in. Atlanta. ; .. mother; Mrs; W. G.Halle. Sale:-'lO acres in: Pensacola ,- :RENT" ;sm t n... cottage" -j .; 'or' Home. 696-1191.- -.
Ga. and Ell6re. S. C. Miss andra'HaUehb hw been Bahia Pasture. Tom Casey fftmished. Suitable ior coupleNfr 1t )

Sara Bookhart of Enoree .returned Ja'Washington, D. C. for. a Lawtev.. Ph. 782-3052.. Itch .. fc&Hdren. 0b\; .ts.\ Phone FOR RE -On<. store. build-

with the Bitchffs for month with relatives will join HOMES IN STARKE 964-0971Mrs. L. D. Vrnlnsr. ;"1?. and 'on" .small mfurnishprt. !

a visit :her family here on Sunday. We have.'a .wide-selection of Its .house, furnished.. ,apt..,.at 321 i iT SPEC
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wittman ,Chace Hardy returned Sunday modern, ,individually planned. j\ -:--' ...-.:... (.", .;;.i&J, i .. .I .. mDle. Phone 96-2981.! i ihI' CAR I L :
slfghtl used hoines spacious BUSLXESS OPFORTIINITY '''' ,
&and three 'children of. Akron, : after..fiveweeks" visit
grounds Othttm American ,, ,,, '
;a Ohio, Mrs.. Addle Wheeler of with his uncle and:aUnt Mr. i&r-T I
;
:dci:: 1 jlon4: large ,3 bedroom house .03 .Compaji ; .8tationavailableTO : av. a bunoh of
Taft, and Mr. arid Mrs.,. n..s. attd-Mrs.Tii ,Prank Stokes at in ;walkinir. distanceof .new t? lease.,Afijactfnti Starke keys:fn er hear nnst Qffi' v If j
?a Mosley 'of Fort White were Crescent Be .eh. a' Elementary! School 18500.00 StatlonPald: $fcainfnf pro- rpnM please return to Tela- j

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr;And'Mrs Charles Hardy grU1and: ,ttnane1 l. ilAiiavilabIe1t ,' *raph. '" _'. a I

4 W, .F. H rIong. and family attended the Mat- :Very nice large 3 bedroom a party. Sfaridlnr'rtgj4 I i. -
,'_ v. home>on NewVBlandin: Road credit inesti&ttoncanor ., FOR SALE .,
Jayne Hardy, Terry Berry, tor; family-' reunion it' Strick beyond County Hospital, $16- ,wrlte W.M.Stewart,2ON.W1t.1Zth : !Itady n1%. concrete concrete 99800

Beverly McRae and Key Col- an4'8 Landing !last'Sunday. 750.00. .Tinct1; Oa1nt&fme. b>cfc, 'coaj _jteneijxstsi: ;; sand .

... son are attending Camp 0' Mr. and Mr Bob:.Thompson .' Pliene. -FR.... -2-0110..... .. or. FB.6 cement mDrta.mm rock steel
Suwannee near Br den on this 1 of Columbus Ga. arC p'nt1Y, huilt .3 bedroom -5611-: : Ttfh $yter.ShP1LcjI1tOCk.fld roof I
.
'
'iause.< uarilvi; air conditioned .- 'Y '''''''' 01.k'i. ., r zrPAo4 64'2521. jtfehgItrr
week. visiting Mr.-and'Mrs. Fred 8r .1i'lrfrSL} Roorn an.1 extra FOB EBHT.rurnlshed 2 bede t Rziterd. Endnminr" Co.,"
Mrs. W. p. Hart and daughter Glenn at Kirigsley tAke this 7q r p J"t: ''Pavpd ,roart 1 mJ1A room atartment; dztar& 'i.t'cBN:31r' -

I kay, Joan Hen Mrs. John week.. The Glenns 'also;,have asa I from CitY Limits. $16.000.00 Corner.... Washinstto & Grant : : *.:cwt'l furnished 1961 Fairlane :Tudot (6)
Christiansen 1cf. house. ? McRee R t: ito ; cottage. Electrical kit-
of
.Ronald guest w l>ree lot on oawd court. 3Pdroqm Oil Filter Air Cleaner
I' r- \ \ r'e Crawford were visiting;: .relatives Los Angeles;; Calif. <. J\oJne.. Ideal ondl- POR RENT: 3 bedroom house. hen. Single or couple only. '

.. in 'Jacksonville] on Sun- Mrs.Bertha Fuller and Mrs: i! h.'H.Ortft.oO"down.: Monthly I ,1 block of school 4. J..Thoin*,Phone: 969-1545./ tfchg Turn Signals Sgare Tire
'of .payments: less than rent. p' fir Ph.. M4-5701. Itch I .
uay. L':A.: Rowton and.children i
n r- J' 36 Mo. Bank
FURNISHED
S.... k-z : Carolyn Hayes of Keystone Tallahassee, and'Mr..and Mrs. Bnmd'neW: three, bedroom I wE.H VE a new.lOanm'ogram Air conditioner APARTMENT electric kitchen. .FinancingVISIT,.. ,
:Heights andt Joan.,Her} .of Joe SewelL of ,Atlanta, da. 2 hath'1iou5e. reas appliances.jvjth for farmers. Lo ns of 1 to. 5 -
$ ) xi-wn, low ; '. Adults. 1 mi east on Bes
payments
as
Starke attended Camp Way- *ere weekend .gueste-bl Mr. rears for the entire credit requirements -
;
sent Road. Phone. 969-1545.
as $150.00.Large ... _
of the farmer and
cross Ga.iast week. ;and.. Mrs. Bill Graham. Pat ,beaullful I6t, in Bessent tfchg
hl
family. Gainesville Produc
jrr' Mrs. J. C. Manning, !is visiting )ftowton remained with the Manor for as little. as 1500. Ion? Credit Association 620

Mr.'and !rlrs.1fark Moody. drahams for several days' : 00 with terms. North Fla. r PEYTON FLORIST
; in Green Cove Springs, ,'f it. ]t Cull or see me ,for> other bar-. Main. Gainesville tfchg 119. S. THOMPSON ST. OUR VOLUME' SAVES
'1 t yams in real estate. PHONE 584-4155 .
\ Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winn Mrs. Vernon Dunwoody and : I',NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1023

of Orlando were last thursday children. Donna arid Vemon A. J.. THOMAS.. REALTOR. WANTED:: ? Lawns toY .cut.Laree' DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS ,
.
--
visitors of Mrs.. W. H. Z;. of Rome, Ga., are spending I 969.l791'or small jobs. Phone lip 1: We WIre' Flowers Anywhere
Hart threeweeks: with Mr.and Mrs. WANTED: Employment: retired \. tfchg

t't Mrs. MerrillrEdwards .andfamily' Roy'Dunwoody in Starke and 'pay.salesman Phone halt 964-0651' work.light ,.,, i i in WAITRESS person.only,wAlrID from 10 Aupi a. m.'j WORTH HIE TRIP viiyt.!
\ '
':4it'L visitied her slstet, :Mrs.Jimes .', visiting points of interest in -, tfchgLEA to 12 noon Garden RestauT513tw Mobile Hpmes rr Alwielow .
-t "6' Kinchen and family in Florida. t. N Itch %
f r TO FLY, '- Contact market";and clean.1.1AKEGEVA .
It Jacksonville .on M nd..y. _'. i !&0ss' Elaine Gflhoo'ey Is:Lacy, Conway. phone 9&4-405L. ." -: .f'- ;r ; :
: 409. ;Pyt. Ed Cocomlse ( FortJackson : spending th1 week with Miss tfchg FOR SALE 10 acre farm w. I
t G. t. ",,\IS T o -. --,-. ..-- ; sixroomframe house. $2.20U4, p. ,.TRAILER PARK "
\ .. S..C. was ho-re for Sylvia Case in Jaek nyllle. -
.ti. ATTENTION DAIRYMEN! Contact B. L;,.Barnes Et. I 4"mi.i SE ,of J Keystone His. <

: I" tnS the weekend., '. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson Old est&blishedretaU, dairy Box 46-A Starke .Ito '2 'on Route 100. .
\0. Mrs. F. W., Webb of Hawthorne -i of Raleigh, N. C. are visitors business near Starke for sale. ( :1',- '
and Mrs. Henry Carter I of Mr. and Mrs. Bill 60 acres of land. 3 bedroom FOR SALE 10 round OP'Jn1l1'iw ..
itEI houseand tenant houses. ; arid 2.u"?d 'dMrs. .t1
of Maxville .were weekend Graham. G. Boll'nPr 4"-6 N. Walnut At:
:t Water system .trucks"and alleQulpthint
CI guests of Mrs. Effie Johns. Lt. [J. g.] and Mrs. B. G. Price: $30.000 Good nhnn M4-2, Ut1_ ltD *i'.z'TiT.ECQLUMBIA rwillegar

"Ot& Lt T. T. Long Jr.-'returned McIntyre and son; Eric of terms. Must sell due to death
to Fort. Bennicg...Ga.' Sunday Key/West are vWtffiS Mr*' yof'owner:! Widow'cannot ban- FOR RENT.-3 bedroom." unfurnished -
J home. ( iv1entlrJocated
,. ale. Phone 964-8483. Bea .o .
"" after five days kaVe. Hclntyre's i afent Mr. ,x'and I
"'N ; '
t:r a_ --1'' 'Uohns.. or write (]en. Del. V\ W. Madison st. .
.1' 1U ;'0 o !t. .Mrs. Clyde} Sinclair and: Mrs,*J. H. DulPre; from .WedrKtf -:I. tarke.- Ito Call. 9M-tI,1l.. tfche, SAW CO.

t dp3.ts l.'oN"r::\' I daughter,- Evelyn, Joyce'!Denmafk a('fe iSunday.Miae '
t'l. 5\0 .O :-Debta John S aM Debbfe I ee_ &,iests .:MI': rvie WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVEn COLOXIAE FIORIST' Lake City, Fla. I
: would enloyrwcrkinx 36r D. Florist Starke.Flowers
1'.1.-r.t. you> Only F. T. ta
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\\ ltr41 1\\t i.; lJ. COco ilse.. leave;Tuesday.for,.4 win herdaughter, Josle:I. 4 hours a'day calttn* rexullarlv wired.toy lace. Flow ) MotorsI

'll\O month 'at;Camp% 'C&attooga,'Maze,
; TaKulah Falls, Ga. Mr; 'Bin- '. ;c bln, and( Mr.Corbin M studio Girl Cosmetic clients Phone 964-6291.. 506 East For 4-
cult will en a route to be established in Nona St. uchg: _
serve as & hostess,, i4MA1: ; an of
: Plowio
r Ind 'around Starke. and are! I ; -
while toere Jakcmvik! ." ... JI filling to make lixht deliveries -.FOR RENT:...Furnished apart Planting
Jeff Slade of &ckS n\111! I Is.1, : "" of J.et etc.. write to ,STUDIO at : INDUSTRIAL
ments. Reasonable rates. ? ,
Bpendlnj-- mk ;with ,1&grandmoth _ui..is week GIRL COSMETICS 1>eDt. JW .
: ftfmflrir! this 19. Glendale.-California. Route shopping"center. Phone 4fi9-' EqIitnt For Every Job i ; i
r- Mr T. H. Slade,I P 1thbls raiaxs, Mr. till ,liY.UD to $5 ..per-nour. 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry Superior Tractor Co.' .
while his parents are on Vac,I and Mrs.a Heiry 8tetinefll.tfr .,:( t' 4to -7-20 St.. (Shell Oil Co- Office tfchg i.

tion. t. : c."w... .of.rw.. PHONE EV ',-'77J.
Mr.imd Mrt,,'s- (L Denp ic, .TN! 1s .J&_. BOWXGERCHIROPRACTIC_ 'CLL'\TJC- DOG J.OEriKentone: Heights 5353 W. Bearer J&eksonriHeINGSELY .
rat terrier. brown ,
BOO, Stev,. and diugiter;Jtiyee, .;enMrs. tSftTine Smith this 42fi.' N. WALNUT. STJlEET right area. ear white and brown soot on j

,. returned last SatBrxlfiy'from4faohth'B &, .'.v- f"!'1' f! f .--i.. STARKE. PHONE del-zssi. base of. tail Wearing chrome LAKE.HOUSE fort,
\- d .trip to" California' _aadtTellowstone ..." 1oivI IPENTIL 9 p. 'M.. 6tn'-zI. chpker and black_collar. If rent by week or month. 3 bedroom -
.. GJLF: TIHE AT i : .can Gary CampbelL electric kitchen. dock! .
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$a.r\f National Park. % v4k : Mr..nd rok RENT" Famished 3 YMCA Camo I=oka1ee. and picnic shelter. Phone 533-' ,

SEE YOUn fjEl ;: GUlF DEAlB liSTED mow: Tt y kbo stted 'c L,fand'llMorrii .. Mra. 'X'M-- S thadfimil ooms and bath. Lights and ito 254L: QT... 9S4-6451.. tIthga,

Robert. !.ind family in lir b"SutSd ,' rater furnished. $50 mo.- 516 : -
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of tike Cityi& vacaenti -.J.J..:S pp iad M IilJ iMJ--. FOR .prices. .poutacV_ EEHHotnes. OnT Public. j! ..
UL1 SERm nlnWimtr .. ftli... "' 3t U 8.1ht16 HEIGHTS LaRue Corp;;.. 400 W. DaUy, I IJOO' :H.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, !Li5ay from a mon.h a 3-BEDROOM HOME Iad1onPh.: &s-864i. itchg5H i'ir L

,t Kln sleyv Lake Ibis week. Visit with relatives in North Large, Private> Backward Sims Q flOn iji' !0RDD1LR

LEONARD VARNES Mr. tod Ifri Rudolph S&& ind South. Carolina Store and Refrigerator before to.buying'Any se 'wotw: :en-j) _..,' r**, Duty.' : .. :
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and daughter. Cindy Spent lastwewtth Chief of Police 1; Low O5wa P yie: t' joorlIocs 7 SOc.
Madison St. Riley Sweat .ctopedla.! A. Payne, .1.t 1.4 : .d. !
W., ,-,. .0 '"f',4b ,Starve, Fla_ '.'-'' MrtL Dora Sink. InLelngtGN.C. : U 's ri&asrjP id m Brttford Low Monthly .PaytnenlsPhoae representative since 1956. ,SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTEL in Bradford County '
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,
t'i it .*THCBSDAT. JULY IS, 1961 BRADFORD STARKE \
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Sales of $197,752 j Wednesday ;1- 7.
Brownlee
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1 ,Jimmy ,Reported This Year i! Held, For Mrs. MillsMrs. i ROBBINS'
Fourth k I
GlBirthday'yen I
At Farmers,Market Fannie Ennever Mills,I;
Party 81, of Hampton, died Tuesday! SUMA ER
'The Starke State Farmers morning in a Starke hospital I

I Mrs.. J. W. Brownlee entertained Market reported total sales of 1 i after an extended. illness.3Lis .
at a delightful birthday!$197,752 during the season just:; Milis was born in New!I
GLADYS MOOT: PHONE 940631Gqing I Feb. 13, 1880,
party Wednesday afternoon of closed. ; York City on (
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last week at her home on I, Included in the total were and had lived in Hampton only i
Away Ladies Council !Brownlee road for her'son Jim-;53,402% flats of' strawberries,:about two months prior to her!

Party Given Plans AllDayChurch ;my Brownlee Jr., who was',bringing growers. $168,614.35;I death. I{1
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four.years old. i,and 12,368 bushels of pepper Funeral services were held
CHarlene. HardyThe CleaningMembers 1 The party was held on the:peas, butter beans and Ford- in the Jones Memorial Chapel j i
r large screen porch which was|hooks, bringing $1913765. at 10 a. m. Wednesday with! Ladies,
Adult the-First of the Ladies Coun ,
> Choir
of Ladies
sold at the Rev. W. P. of
decorated with crepe paper in!i I No corn was McElroy.pastor
Baptist Church gave, a, going-!cil of the First) Christian';;a band box affect. Balloons and i\'market this season for the first Hampton Baptist Church, offi-< .
8wa.Y-: hower last Thursday Church met Thursday night,] SWIM( SUITS
time in Two bad dating. DRESSES
j'I,i four-foot figure 4 ,were suspended many years. -
evening for Miss Charlene Hardy July 6, in the church.ann x from the streamers:1 seasons in a row, together After services here the body,, .
,'a member of the choir who for a covered dish supper and, sent Lindenhurst, N. Y-; \ By
from the ceiling. The decorations -I with' the high cost. of keepingcorm was to .
Is leaving" Monday for Orlando![business meeting. ,I*I carried out little.'Jimmy'sfavorite i worm-f, resulted in a for burial.CORRECTION. .. Catalina and Cortley
where she will work. \ During the business meeting 99
t [: color motif, 'orange!very small acreage'of sweet;; 'iE
The covered-dish : over by the president
presided
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supper par ''and turquoise. The refreshment(corn in the county this season.,j *
I ty was held at the home of Mrs.Lavern Mrs. Norma Badgett, plans !I
table was centered with a four- _
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Outlaw. were made for an allday'dean- tiered birthday cake topped I REVIVAL SERVICES I j i, Last week the Telegraph re- 99
ing of the church on Wednesday -I ? I" ported that the Starke 301 Mo-.
[with a China "4" and four AT BETHEL BAPTIST '.
Baptist .BTU : I candles. r/ i' tel was sold for $102,500 by !j,
I l' Revival services will start Raymond E. Rusnak'and Mary And Up .'
The 20 little guests',received
Group EnjoysHamburger Mrs. Effie Johns favors of cones filled with\Monday, July 2at Bethel Baptist -Anna i Vinay to Ralph P. Bor-, *
Church with Rev: J. E. chardt. f Values 14.95
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Fry candy, biowouts and pops ,
Is Honor Guest gum
Norman as the evangelist. Song\ It was 'actually. the, Starke I'
sickles, along with balloons, And Up
The Primary} Training Union On. Her ,Birthday Birthday cake, ice cream and service starts each evening at'!I Motor Court on North Temple

group of the First Baptist I punch were served from a'I large. 7:30.: The public is invited. |Avenue which was sold. 'I II" : Ladies
Church enjoyed a swim party| Mrs. Effie Johns was the II e
table in the yard. )r. I Jamaica Sets t HATS 1.00
hamburger. fry last Saturday -i honor guest at a birthday Assisting Mrs.'Brownlee with, g

t afternoon. at the homeof [party given last Friday, night her son's guests were Mrs. Alex' 1 HAND BAGS 1.99
Mrs. J. G. Green: Camp by ,Mrs. Morris Carter 'at they;Yawn Mrs. Jnman Green, ; .
B andlng. Mrs Green' and Mrs. Carter home on Highway 16. M. G. McMillan and IMrs'l The "oldest best seller 49 BLOUSES 1.49-1.99
U* H. Sheppard are leaders of The refreshment table was Charles Darby. '

the. ,group. covered with a lace cloth, and .. is the newest
o ,The 14 young folk enjoyed was centered with a beautiful :; now.. .................... J I M PEDAL PUSHERS 1.99
SWimming in the afternoon, white and blue decorated birth- "Clay Hill Echoes" : II I *
POLO SHIRTS 1.99
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followed by a hamburger try day cake. At the other' end of Column To Be MORE THAN Size 8-18 trawa .:swx'' '
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the table was placed the punch
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bowl and a beautiful arrangement f 3000,000
Long Guests Resumed Soon I
of roses and fern. II
Are Entertained Mrs. Johns received I, COPIES
many readers of The Tele-I) '
Many ,
:With Luncheon: lovely attending.gifts from the 18 guests. graph have noted "something ,' IN PRINT ;' CLEARANCE _. House Dresses

missing in recent weeks. This i,
.:Mr*. T. -T. Long entertainedat is the inspiring and unique Ladies '
a lovely luncheon Tuesday Meeting Held I column "Clay Hill Echoes,", All DressSHOES 249
tor-tier house guests, Mrs. D. Forest written by Lura Burgess Mohr I
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C. Forehand and Mrs. Ralph 1 of Ponca, Nebraska.A. .

AUUpa of, Albany, Ga.Thjjj0j Woodman Circle. I note from Mrs. Mohr on I' --- .
.guests were seatedat July 2 gives the reason for, .
card tables which were cow Members of the Supreme I this absence. She states that, FLAT SHOES :
ered with turquoise, pink and Forest Woodman Circle met' her husband Don! has been' SKIRTS '

white cloths and centered with Monday night at the home of 'ill: in the hospital with gastritis j!, ]99
amaH _arrangements of pink Mrs. W. H. Lang on West Madison and her extra duties in I I Ii i 1 Values to 4.99
and white summer blossoms. St. after attending revi- connection with runnins their -
After' luncheon the guests) val services earlier in the eve- mortuary, together with frequent i iI I Values to 9.95 1.99 & 2.99
enjoyed several progressions of ning at Pine Level Baptist visits to the hospital, I
bridge with prizes being awarded [Church. made it impossible for her to GIRLS
to the winners. i I At the close of the business write the column. Don is bet- "To read it is like GIRLS DRESSES BABY DOLLPAJAMAS '

'meeting Mrs. Lang served refreshments ter now, she says, so the column the JAMAICASHORTS
Player BreakfastSet to the 11 members should be resumed in the reading great story j Values
I attending. near future. forthe first time: r to
For Sunday LIFE'
i The next meeting will :beheld Mother Lura as she is .- \ 5.95: -
By Wesleyan Guild I August 14 at the home of known to her readers was a',: :

'Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit, Mrs. Lorenzo Green.E.'IPLOYERS school[near Maxville teacher at when Clay site: first Hill !i Bullington Studio & :'Gift Shop "g 9 1 100 and 149GIRLS

I Two, will hold a Prayer Break- ARE ENTITLED started writing her column I i;
,fast Sunday morning in the I i TQ CUmOPRACTOR for The Telegraph. After her I 1 1And 149
104 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
Methodist Fellowship Hall at CARE IN INDUSTRIAL (COMPENSATION marriage to Mr. Mohr she re-, .1.1i
8:3Q: o'clock preceding Sunday!I CASES. mataed in the Mid-West, but f .

School. I I ((6th8110)ALVAREZ'STOREMi'UotMng ) continued her interest in this j i. '. .
I area and her many warm; : Up SWIMSUITS"
She continued to THEA Tar' !
friendships. FLORIDA GIRLSSHIRTS '
: I write her helpful column, "

II II which is one of the most pop- -. : By Z'.99r
ular features in The Tele- 'H1 : ,
:. graph. SATURDAY, JULY 15 Catlina : ,
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'W A YNE'S Butch Smith Wins 3 SPEED- FEATURES. Size: 344 11c c BOYS

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TRUNKS
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: JUnius M. Smith Jr.. of the Thrill No.1 If I Thrill No. 21 .' : : :. 1 :

Starke Dry Cleaners'& Laundry I -'

j; CASHS SUPERETTE I j was recently picked as BOYS
i> winner of a $300 Scholarship 'BEN AGEJBUNDER Short.Sleeve. Boys
i i Award for the School ofLaun1 1
-,'671 W. Madison Phone 964-9231 !1 dry Management at American 1 1pCHJCKBT Jamaicas
!,Institute of Laundering in SHIRTS I j
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.I.FLORIDA D & D I, Joliet IIIWhile attending the school I IS NOTltuST Inn Y1tP1; ByCATALINA

:',he will be brought up to date

: : ENS LB 19c';' I I ,on techniques the latest for information the e.4sional' and Fs I'17 t I iM 49 &!Ir

: care of all types of launderableitems Thrill No. 3f .
I used in the home as Up wgi
(Limit 2 With $5 Order) i I wells as hospitals'hotels restaurants MURDER .
I 1 and other commercial .._ 'I I
}{GOOD TUB & BRISKET I establishments. The eight-. --0CITu\N ux IZNI..\ BOYS DRESS PANTS '2:99MENS'

I week school runs,,from Sept. \' kaf1, 11S BOYS DECK PANTS ,.1.99 j
11 to Nov 3. .
I SHIRT CLEARANC'E
STEW LB.29CGOOD The AIL scholarship' award : Boys Boatneck Shirts s-sleeve ,- 1.49 i
i is co-sponsored by the statewide -, SHORT.SLEEVE
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;./1 Florida Institute ,of '
I and A 1A SHIRTS -
,Laundering and Cleaning '
GOOD i If thrills s'
local associations in six you crave ; MENS
by .*k" .. : ,
I Florida cities. i 199Boatneck
;ROUND STEAK69FLA. Starke Dry 'Cleaners f\\and arid. chills this DRESS i
I Laundry is owned and operated -
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by Mr. and Mrs. Junius ANTS
M. Smith. show is f ory oul! ll:; SHIRTS' I

FRYERS. 2Sc .. ... I
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AldermanSets Familf; '.P. .i.

!ALL MEAT SMOKEDSAUSAGE Reunion :! 4 I .,. 1 499 1
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Shift into high! : for the. ; ,
-31k 99cPOTATOES10. I The tenth annual rcunioa'of ';' '. !

the southern branch of the HOTTEST SHOWN TOWN\ DECK
J Alderman family will DC held, KNIT SHIRTS W-clla' 1.99 2For: :

Sunday.Juy'16, at Gold Head -*' CARTOON: "RAIL RflbDENTS. ; .. ANT S ;
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ibs. 29cVith Branch State Park neat Keystone MEN'SSWIM :'

Heights. Tavey Black- SUN. thru WED.I THURS. FRI. TRUNKS\ -- .:'- 1.49 9'P: '
welder of Apopka, president of '
(\ _Food Order) the clan said that arouid 100 JULY 16.19 I JULY 20.216YSTENS'n And Up 169 :

303 GEORGIA I persons are expected to attend .. I II I MEN'S, ,., ,. ". ..'", Extra f6
SIZE RED Alt :
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the gathering. 'a J JAMAICA SHORTS 1.99 '
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The will begin with "
I program .
; And Up One Group Mens
TOMATOESt 2 ea. 5C I registration by games at ,10 entertainment a. ra..'followed -- ._J I Z. MEN'S il
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( ) ,I and the business- meet- !I IVY LEAGUE PANTS .- _3.77. DRESS SHOE
iinjf. Memorials will be given

I yI QUAKER j f by.Tallahassee Mrs. George and C.the White main of O. s l N-!? ,2 Pr.. for $$7.00 $500

t speaker will be T.. J. Alderman : _
$ R. FLOOR Ibs. 47C j I| 'Jr.. of Ocala, vice presi- E9EDdAC1E5 i -.'__'GEORGE MEN'S DRESSSTRAW '. .

dent of the'organization.: : HATS 149V Values S.95
i T. J. Alderman 3r. of -
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BREAKFAST JOY I Hampton and L. A. Canovaof MtQOUCUON
t Starke are in charge of the ,, We'have all our Summer Merchandise on Sale. If you do not see what you
committee on arrangements; ''W E NA f ?BEIt .
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COFFEE19c :Mrs. Cora Marshbttrn of Key- Nothing Like It ._';WAIINEAe.os..w want .listed._ ,*. above- ,come in and ask us._ Shop and Save. : ; .
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I stone Heights heads,the memorials '

I, committee; ,and Mrs. Ever Before i!UZABETH: ROCK. ..:DEAN JWESTAYUORHUDSON AT : "The Store :of ,
George A. Canova of Starker Blrl'
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ROB' ;
ROE AB15c r committee.a member of the registration i\i On The Screen. i i I W tARllQUWd'IIfRaKSlkCltf M 2 sYaa.iMl11',:::$Al.1 kiO.1 .L.:1: .. Values"l' -- ,.. !;


(With FOOD Order) "I A covered dish dinner will i' Cartoon: Romp Swamp. Cartoon: Slice Follies j I ..,.k.f.....:.o .- !
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'r : r4r By Sam McGarrey SERVICE MENI congregation by DeWitl C. Jones Registered Funeral i Director,
[ ;: ; :: the sponsor Sunday morning. '

: Not "Comes In At The D or" I I In the evening an illuitrjited'. Stance, JrTa:; ,
l\ I Enough seed.producers in.this I.-ction. ( Marvin Mosley ton of I i\ RENTAL SERVICES :
: \ study of the Four Gos )S.was '
'" V V Zedra has served with many Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mosleyof j
...., 1 V Hospital Beds.., WheerChairs.. ,. ...Crutches.
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agricultural and is presented. ) A .tv-.t
I .toe. nave -marked the 185th an- carrying the brunt of the load. groups Route 2. stare, rtcently j i. I'I

I ., ? ""u;:' niveHary of the. Declaration of Inde- In the meanwhile man of, ,those well area.' known throughout the received the Motor Vehicle, :j I H ri.. I f_ ." .". -, ,.. lLJ -
V ..' pendance.,_Since that ,memorable: day, wfio pay no ad valorem tax for the II j U. I Driver Badge while serving I! '
Americans have traveled far in support of schools and other county I V V VV
we. I i This summer grass is tough'' with the 42nd Artillery ia Ger V
ff* v direCtion-including space. The services, are also failing to support I|! stuff! Sam mowed some' over many. The badge is awarded !I ,"- '

; path ,has not been always smooth-nor v the community in the one way that j ut Alice's nursery this week, to denote the attainment of a I f V. : 4: ,

r. 11 is it now .in our turbulent world. they could-by spending their money Summer. -showers- are coming and believe it or not ,it was > I \'
merchantswho o frequently now that' it's hard to cut -with the high degree of skill in the operation j ( '
,VV: But, when the chips were down with the hometown ( ; even \ _
these hard to;get much work done tractor rotary mower. Na wonder ;. and maintenance of V-S\ *
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-V. Americans somehow always found the DO pay taxes for the support :j I
outdoors. .One 'minuteS t. will a cow's teeth wear jut! I I Army motor vehicles. J tp1t (
institutions ;
l. m answer.;..Certain inborn characteristics ,,, necessary ) cloud $
., I:, seejne4? to 'enable us to' meet our 'challenges Too many of our'residents, thought- be clear. then' a knew appears i i I. j I Ii 'i! NOW assigned to the artulery's V : ,; : ;: VTVVV/ ,V
and first thing you :you Our citrus crop [sis Sat- T V
5th Batallion Pie Mos
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: ,4Jf whatever} nature. Among lessly flock with their pocketbooks to have to,}i18h-?.illt for Vnelter. sumasl is coming along fine. ., > V V VV : V VV VV
="the/e'qualiiies i : ,faith loyalty Jacksonville, Gainesville, and other prOgressive *. ley entered th'e'n' July V V
; were pride
; !, The pear crop [one] was 1959, '.completed basic ra1ning. ,.
=:| ,; initiative, love of family and com- and attractive shopping cen- A flooding rain damaged a chewed in half ,by some var- at Fort Jackson S. C., and I LII' JP' : kvVV

::| muhity,. cotfrage, and a willingness to ters, to spend their money in the "dis patch of toba'ccb in the Water : mint. And no nuts on the pecan arrived overseas, in March I 7

; wofk ,and sacrifice for the common count. houses" and super shopping cen- Oak section, apctwheji ihfi hot,, trees! As fruit and nut 1960._ He.is a 1959 graduate of ./ V"VV, V tVVV : *VV V' V,
: = goJd., I sun came but it scafckd-: the 1 growers we are about to starve HigbSchool. #
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V = qualities| i might be put to the* suW put on the shopper, however. They are -. V The strawberry Cadet Marklee .Tomanson, 'r:

H2pr .rfie test. The :very course of history wooed away by aggressive merchandising I her'prlcw .M, he tobacco .is coming along as runner wen 'as crop can !I[I I-Lon of Mr. and, Mrs. Henry. ., :i \ V :

Mmfght. depend on the, mood of the and advertising by firms who let market this year\are a ppssioility -"''j) be *e ij) |ted,/. according to a.; Tomlinson' of Route 2, f tarkecis 1'0. -Lt' .t

-.... American V people. V the shopper know what they have to I accordmg-to ,a N. C,| veteran' : "grower.- He said the i j.i receiving 'six,weeks training ; V 'V V -

2J A terrible test of nerves with theft offer, and that they welcome his pat- warehouseman who said a 16.1 i runners were in sad slupe a at the Army Reserve Officer w 34
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( j"Soviet Union, over :Berlin has started, ronage. Too often, 'our local l merchants inch rain' there, just' about I' while ago, because ct dry' Training Corps at Fort Banning *
.f Sliand."President, Kennedy'shand will be have been satisfied to sit on .the, Side wiped out the' crop in six j weather, but that plenty ,of Ga. During this period V : 'e r
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:..t only as strong as his support frpm the lines, "taking what comes in vtfie 6Mor." II counties. He estimates that.' rain Is ''improvirigvthe, situa- :! he will receive practical experience A .j' V k :V ), 'V

...American people. Few of us like to Now,,it is becoming bbviouthat; ''what ,. production cut from 16 this.to 20. eason' cent,,wiU and be, ion.. VVV ..V."r. ..., .VV n:: ." I I technical and instruction and aiminK'n tactical -, ; :'i'A-i i A ) .
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S. :':. think, or, face, or even write about the comes 'in the d 6r" will becbrtie less that it is ijpuri4 p.affect : What klncl;:of-,cook VV stoves strative subjects with special: i? : ij: f' ) 'f
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;.?, _ultimate stake in this showdown test- &hd l ss unless melhods are taken to prices at the markets; were in usehere, around. 1850y emphasis' on the duties of. a''I2nd I 4 \*

'nuclear, war. ,.But, it is to this ultimate'brink overcome the out-bf-tbwn appeal.1.It S. I Alice is working on a project j lieutenant! in an inzaihtry : '-, 'C "

,. ", ,that events could move with in- isVa good sign that diir merchants The Green eltJ..awr ,.cm 4nd wants: the information unit. Tomlinson is a studentat t, c'V : V '

'; :'evitable ,swiftness are at last organizing to sell .up for. discussion at the SCS So, if you've ever heard descriptions The Citadel in Char stdn; *vv "- -.' i.

Who will give in first-Nikita S. the "trade at home"frhfldSb'pliJr.. Butin Sn rvIsor's meeting lasiweek! ,", of old-timey stoves ,S. C.. and is a 1957 graduate'

'V ?Khrushchev, or John F. Kennedy? So order for this to be effective, it j S and it was agreed that it pro- ; from:your. parents or grandparents of Bradford High SchPol.nnotmced. V

far, there is nothing from our leaders must be backed up with merchandise, ides protection for Ito. farmer -I drop us a line. can you ,picture your iamilys1ththi

)in ) to indicate of and modern merchandising methods.In against unreasonably, high r V
Washington sign ,
any faxes. The law is bperative i Latest wrinkle in egg marI Services will be held in the V
V 'etreat.t, On the contrary!, !the adminisratio'n dealing with these and other only in counties adopting it, I keting 'is having the doggone 'norning-V as usual' followed t# g this summer? -.

-. is trying hard to convince the problems' the simplest answer seems and has not yet been ap jroved things wrapped in ,cellophane I dinner on the grounds dinging '

)remlin that the United States' is wiling to be: Forget the past; plan arid or- here in Bradford County.V ,or plastic.Mature.. .has.. alreadypiovided I! in the afternoon. air condition electrically NOW
to risk war, ,if necessary. T ere ganize for today and tODlol1 "\ Starkeias I 1 a pretty good c6ver- I The church was organized' '

fcre 'proposals to keep every avenue of a l long. aid time-honored historyof It regulates the classification : ing on an egg, and if we want i I in 1833, Green said. V ., 4.

peaceful negotiations open, but these more than a century as a, shopping I of farmland. so that agricultural I to improve on It, why ret slip ,- .. > Plan iiow. for real summer comfort for your family. Enjoy r

&re.differences ,In mp1i sis, not iri ob center; for this area, butt we, can't, of- land may only be' j the old hens some polytiieiene. I II I'.: THE TREND Is TO CHIROPRACTIC crisp, cool i, i mountain-fresh' weather inside your.home-no ATTIC 1ft' WtN90W
jective. What seems to :worry the ad- ford to live in the past.Ve -must com-- assessed as. 'such; arid hot at. {I 'in their diet and have them SO SE. YOUR matter ljowhotand. muggv and,sticky the air may.be VENTMTINS FANS:
rate because the andS !
i higher IJOP out plastic-covered eggs i ii
hiinistratioh most is whether the pete.w fh areas that are already livingin on a "hard" road'or adjoining i 1; I'CHIROPRACTOR FIRST A" JD(6tp8i6) V outside. In addition! providing cool comfort, Electric Air AR WONDERFUL AIO J

American i people fully l understand, the the future. Ian3 i used f qr sub-d visions i Of courSe, there might be j: S1\\1E. ( ) Conditioning filters outjrritating dust and pollen,.controls TO cOo CONFoiT

gravity' of the situation.i There is a On the credit side of the ledger, or commercial development.' i same trouble opening them; humidity,lock out street noises,makes housekeeping easier: They remoVe Jiot.;$iJli! irr

fhuch grimmer undercurrent in 'VashihgtQn we feel l that Starke and Bradford County 'U t and then too, they might have V and helps prevent mildew caused by*xces*moisture. -draw In dean fresh tir,

i hari ajjpe. rs:yet .in the country made a" tremendous stride this year Zedra Hamilton of Brooker a slight offflavoras. of SeeWestfrihouse tot complete comfort-summer and winter-izivestate i
I a'. whole. in the 'creation of a County Develop- I is back home recuperating- :SnoleumY: N ". come to think '
I. : 'f ar.ro iuid Electric Air Conditioning. ,
Freezers and )
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from recent attack of heart of, it, we'd' better let tlie'I'I'old I V V V
::4' That's ,the picture for the moment meiii l Authority. For the first time we I a a :
ailment. Orie of the leading iiSies alone. Air Why delay when happier, healthier living for your entire ff
*tjin the international l' front. Now, let's i have, an Agency with the necessary financial .. Conditioner! .V' V V V V' il
\ L. Z' iii ; family costs so little'Sunshme Service Electncityjs) now 9
;turn to Starke Bradford backing to swing into action .tiudie I.
and County, r McLeod, Hits, I Murphy! ; 4NOFth \i' bigger bargain thfnever. Buy Electric Air,Conditioning on
:Srhere all of us re .confronting .seri- whenever the opportunity! presents itself "
pitches .i-i) Win (fa Stais Af Park Florida i the "Whole House" br the "Add-a-Room-a-Year" pta"nr
2 Lis 'pr bl nis which seem of much more to bring something "In that will See b dealer tdday.tameless.
:concern to.us right now, at least, than .benefit the entire ftif tj. Never be- I For Pest ControlPaul This Weekend I Supply t I. yourbectnicappiian,; v

Mat' is, happening in Berlin or Laos fore have we had sucli i a, powerful tool I I--. _.: I I I \tit

.or Coba.. lIt spite of reasons, outlined to work with, and ,rietrer. before has i' hit Florida McLeod, Pest pitched Coirtro'Lo"aO and AU'''ToH ie.1.urPhf.'marksCle;> ... and.aCk4rni.:': ( first g I',! 224 PHONE N. Temple 964-2113 Ave t< Uaid);' lI

ifi |'editorial last week, for optimism the heed been greater. V
victory over Johns Oil i Starke Fla.
\ ,about the, future of Starke and Brad- There is nothihg wrong with our Company last Monday after- ..time,' in history that a hero !, "YoirCan Be, SureIf i I I I V FLORIDA." I ; POWER & ,LIGHT I COMPANY .

',|lbrd County, the fact remains that the community now that a spirit of coop. noon in Jaycee Midget LeagueBaseball ha*, protrayed himself-,on 'the i .It's Westinghouse" i .:J VIr ?- ., ft* ,. I. \.4A'.I... JlnflNG BUILD FLORIDA ._ VV ". t .
picture'at the moment. is far lrorm.s t.. ,t eratjoji and.a. Qffer rxyifi ti6 t(P $Pri play.'McLeod screen;' rtrSFin] !& events i iwhich V J, :_: .',". .-, '. _: -:--" ;.,"; -: _': _-ii -" ';Tf' -_ -':=, ._' _
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llfying and there i are manysofi' spots together toward a 'tomtrtcfti' goal l would V singled, in the.seer made ?ifl1'-a !: great, ', '. : I

.i ),i iii oUr local economy.. \ye cannot sit not remedy.It ond inn n for: tIeDeCoi; : '; soldier. -*."'* ;jt'X : |

,. back ,and wait for things. to happen in .was disturbing t6 l lea"rn througha trol's only hit' 'andv>thegi .- Filmed in Techractfcr-and) !I :

ti the future.. recent community survey: conductedby .' scored on two throwing; ;errors Cinemascope the spectacular:11, :

; Let's take another.- look at the good the Jaycees that "M k of Community when the V catcher.i .attempted= drama will show at the Park ?iTWO DAYS ONLY!
to pick him tiff second base. 111
and he ,bad: spirit" was consicler&l lo be a Theatre this Sunday Mon- .
Both oflr,county and our V city gover- major shortcoming. The survey attrib-i The V defeat was the Itirst of day, and Tuesday;'' u1y'16.:17'1 (; -

t: ning' units 'find themselves faced with uted this lack to non-communication second ,half playfor the Johns half Oil j jsea&m'iir and 18: 1Fri.., Sat. July 14, 15 I
after Winning first V
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i ;The picture brings ,to. the' .
: between and it / It 3. .. '
the ; of curtailing sen- groups, was suggestedthat V V' .
unhdppy-choice; '
: playwith a 7-0 re-
f ,,, screen.. war exploits. which '-/r:1' ..... ,
ices raising taxes to meet soaring a civic round-table composed of : ; ";i-: '* : '
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; cord.. | made Audie Murphy the most w.. '. ..' -.! ." _", t ..
costs. Either course of action is boundt representatives from each organizationin ., Community State Bark, in decorated hero of Wor'i War

t be unpopular in some quarters-but, the county, might provide the means i a two game Josing .streak I 11. He. received a total of -24. .1 '

,, the public must one day realize that of communication. bowed :"-4: Wednesday to decorations including the Congressional -
increased services mean increased The first duty of such a group Starke Builder's Supply and 't eda!. of JbunibrFeatured'with :

,. coat, ,and increased cost must come from should be to map a program to instilla 14-0 .to Pest' .Control' Thurs- / Murplijr: arc;
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V jilst one,source: the taxpayer. spirif of pride and loyalty in the day. V IV Susan ':KoRI:1: r. ,_ iiarshall j ,

'U 'Assessments on Bradford County community, itself. This should 'not be Friday :the Builder's Supply, Thompson, Jack. Kelly-- and
difficult in view of the ;"advanfnges cfn"'a:two game winning streak, David Janssen. ,
homes are ,now being arrived at by many -
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fo 1mut but there who believe that nature and location "In handed Johns Oil 4hirsecond' p V
are some, our
straight loss,. 2-0. New River Church:
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tnat .even this new formula does the heart of the Florida Cr wn" have

not, broaden the tax 'base' sufficiently given us. League Standings, second WLGB half: Sets Homecoming, ..,

I to bring a ,majority of homeowners into If there is enough pride and loyalty, Pest Controlt 2'' 0

the taxpaying class. Some 250 more the spirit and will to achieve what is Builders Supply 2 0 The public. is invited to the
annual Hom&ibming service PIECE
I wire added by the current assessment so badly needed are certain to be forth- Community Bang b 022. at -the New River MiscionaryIaptist : i I

roll, butthe; .vast; jnajority of home- coming.,Talk the community up-not Johns Oil 022 Church' this Sunday

o'fn'erspaf.no ad valorem, tax thoughit down. Be friendly, helpful,,and loyal to Schedule: V July J6, &.H. IRussellJ JBreen Bedroom

.cotA Hundreds dollars a year to your fellow townsmen, as well as strangers V Thursday, ; Juli .1?, Starke I.. .- : .L. ,. I. ...
educe: 'just one, child from one of, in our midst. Patronize our local uildej s:.Cgmm: iitjRecferit Bank.

tKeae). nonius. If a majority of ho f V-- shops whenever possible.We Friday,V July.14"' ,...John-.- -., 'Oil "
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(,oners .tt>uld be brought into the taxpAying might not be able to solve the vs.Monday iVjoihs'tylvs. V IV
; July =- '
f old- ,. veja for small\ amountroillige international problems-but. certainlywe Builder's Supply.. I II I V V 4'

cpiild [be" lowered and some should be able to make a start toward ..'.. taAi .., .; ':.: ''t V V 'P V
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'relief! Granted',' _fy_(,_hose-f------who, are nowOu" solving our own. Services" Held. V 'o'itda sEt V. (Similar.,....,.to -: 'If'.i V ; V_ V V V V '

Near LaCr sse uUNtQMut* PhotographV'V V V' V .
Adolph to assist duction of 'fish. V
I Gay recently :
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I' I For Mrs. 'Parker : :' '" p l' .V :"N V.
with the improvement of their ,The Bradford Soil Conservation a
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I fish ponds.: They found that I II District has bought aseedercultlpacker .* .'" ; *, :
to b: used Funeral services for )trs.Mary : ; vRg: PHce $ S115:
I| the fish in all ponds were .reproducing for planting grass and clover. Frances Parker' U.L.n: Including : ; 'One'6roup' Only y,1! !
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Soil dur StrengthS in a satisfactory! : This new equipment wul plant dbw of,the late VY1hdbreBa& ( V ; H HI e DOUBLE DRESSERS .> : -.t; .. .

VA j :ninner. V two types of seed iri one operation IF Parker of St. Petersburg, i *' -' *"*" 2, Pays: Only! .. BLEACHED-.. . WALNUT V .,,
were held at :3:30 m. Wed- MIRROR.t V .
One of the objectives is the and is part of theI p.
il ConservationNEWS V V V ... ... V' 4. "
I control of water weeds, which I board's efforts to keep upto'via'te nesday in Antiofcti Baptist 0, BOOKCASE BED" : -" l Rei. V ,

I should they serve.le"eliminate4'as a hiding; place e the folks equipment of this available district.Z. to. IvL.Parker Church, hear,at LaCfossei Brooke1offi: Rev.-: e INNERSPRING M TT. $ I II 9 Bookcase V ,Bed 39.95 '

By Bill for small fish which may W. Hamilton, Area Vice ciated.BurIs1 was in the family S BOX SPRING ,.. :-.J. Ghest '- 44.95

Howard Bfisland, b'.olof 1st r eventually over-populate the President for the State Association plot in with the .church Jones-Johnson cerik.tery ( TWO .PILLOW :/ :!'V V ..... ,2J95 ..' .
pond. The weeds also .. I VV' Nit Stand .- S ;
Soil j jse .uplhe of Soil .and _Watej .., < ft ..
for Conservation Ser- V
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,, nU itnts'suppl1d: by fertilizer -| Conservation Supervisors.j Funeral Hornet:. Gainesville: ,, In I Call Us. .Today V < .L' V '
,'Ici. visited thV farms of EkrlBatlen barge. 'f 108.85r
I which prevents thf m j: missed the last meetins due V V V TOTAL VAL :

,. R. .'(dDimpier... and, irom being used for bu pro-I to being, in., the hosp1tai.r Surviving are .one sister.(L And : V ATaUable" in White or Walnut ..", .: '
--.- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Starke; I,
. -- and five daughters.. iL .. Ber- Give Your Friendly Chest 39.95 Nite Staiid21.9t Price 9S
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.: :THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH V :Jce Opperman.. and Mrs. Imo- Pyrofax Gas_ Dealer _
'' ESTABLISHED
V 187D. .. gene Lucas. Clearwater: Mrs. .. .. PER MONTh
$10 DOWN ; ; $10
: V. .: Verlie Carr. Lakeland, M 's. A Chance To Serve i ,. This. is Discontinned. We Cannot V '

I Florida's oldest ; ;; Ruby Arndt, Detroit., Mich.; i. ,, VV V ? Get Pieces to Match. :

.,:\ .., Newspaper Published Continuously ;Mrs Cecil Race Grand Haven :'A14mV V iJ"..... ". r1, ... ; ,.
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TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA .
BRADFORD COUNTY
JULY 13, 1961
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friryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYY members are asked to be pre- Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. Carter, accompanied. them. .. for T V'TTTTTT- V YVY V VT VYT' V Qilead, 'near Polk City. CHURCH OF GOD I II I I i HIGHLAND C1II1U.'HSUUd3y ../;.

J. : Ews' OF sent. __ Morning service 11 in.1Ve' : &:'i1ic-- .... Mrf andMrs- ..ppn HUl: ,,and i _.-3O p.---Eyening-worhip..i; BAPTIST. -
; : INTEREST TO COLORED rr r r Among family relatives'at- JfIMt childerri left Friday,for"a vacatfoa I
"tKal 'F4NBi
The$30 box of groceries J? Eri! : chobl 95 a- m.
t f 1 kM'V>'- 4ifr*"<* '* *'1/ ****' : Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -:

i CITIZENS OF BRAbrtiRb COUNtY was raffled off was won by bers and y. are .invited., tenq ngiDo ila I Teston!funeral ...,..9"" rip to Hol&, MIch. /to 'Worship, 11 av m. SundayEyenlng Morning Worship. 11 a. nv and

I Mrs. Evelina Weeks.-Clarence to attend. The: sVrilqrs.. williirve : wereMr.lid JJrij. Lyn ersizdi pit MrLD.' E.Iil14ah1AA1ka1AAAiAAk-.- 1 1i visit re1 tlV'es. Accompanying Service, 1:-45 p. m. 7:30: p.. m. Prayer :Meetingeachr3dV
\ under the.. dlrecti6h ofLth. .ib-. .abd'1iJIrs; : 6, W. i them is far as SenWciy .was in. V
Givens DeSue ,
., [By Elizabeth president. 'i.O;..<', .J : t .&iii 'tE ServiceVedneiiIay, 7:45p. Wedntsd.1y... I'
I B iit1 iadi.... .arI .xzu, tr.FrnIeM Mrs. HUl'i t other, Mrs. Ruth '
TAAAA'AAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Camp Time i iI .- Crine4J r.. t'. --' '-,7 .' 10 ,.. ii.- Prayer Meeting Friday, = : j--
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------------------- 1 rs. tegret an '" I Mills Of Fallon, Nevada, who ,
The. Christian Came conducted >V4 ffc zi&fi3 1 Council Meets 7:45 POINT fo tii*
: C.itj ; p. THE RIGHT
::t.: I to lmowth'atlMrs : tt.. rae_. r anof son; Mrs' ..AiichieesUn has been visiting here.
$ummtr ProgramThe I Accident 1,i for girls each year at. i! |C.llJai4. '" \ .J': Restoration Books. Open m.E write. Come in. and
nay you
Friends and relativesof Mr. I I St. Augustine will be' held 4.fti the hogj'itai ja'nci haddnero ( to aB of' J&IyI11Ed' I 'i Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCul .''ERGREEN
directors of the summer t r-. ii Fr. > -y' .Tt-M" r t\t 1i Discussion or'the trees recently select your favorite ESTER
'r gram Eddie Thompkins and Mrs. Isaac Robins are i! August 7-12. Any girl 9 sureeryx we,&re! ...hoprH'Li "' > .. ..' !.!:.''4'. ,", :4.\V1 ;,r removedand: scnedule ; !o gh and family attendedthe B.-\PI1St: PHURCH BROOK Fountain Pen: TELE
'Si. Aaprft -
; atQ1en a4\
hurtin f J' a "i > i Fourth bf 'July picnic at
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grateful that no one was through 16 of is ellI 4i s J"
years age
larid. C. C. Anderson.are asking, f lti '.yrS K rlk' HarjIs ; 1tiiid' for the annual city elect on in GRAPH.
continuous- cooperation .of I i the recent accident of Mrs. I i gible to attend. However you Homer JYillifmswho' ,, anj September comprised most of.I Kingsley Lake for. DuPo'ltm Sunday School 16 a. m.
Iii i Jirs. Percy Goodman, alloipcoee pl6yees.YWVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYV. Preaching, 11 a. m. Trahihig
the parents and'students in | Bobora Johnson and sou, j will need the proper statement is the hosp'taY in the HamptonCity
I Jacksnville.'i i mi "*:i -ji-> ,, ,. ., the-business' Union 1:30: p. m. Preaching, fM
:;>;the flianactivities that'are ; Mark. from your doctor as to the <. .. L j, r -e-: : |I' COuncil. at the .regular'r 95C.

carried on each day which 1 Visitors i j condition of health before at-; .. w".- ,,cbpr.!! Yn1on wil1jneet, I\-ve', .",.i.ae.lade" -. to. .know' t- th8.1i a1i."'' meeting at :the city hall on 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting
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help to develop each socially I John Robinson and nephew tending. The fee is $7. Two 'd .X uy 1."t.'r".I''l; at Mt, .taiciirch :, s o-'v anrs.y"", ,i-5 Wednesday last week. I Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
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I of and : Rev. Grimma f. enjoying a'well.. earned vacation PINE LEVEL Wednesday Bible study,
were house guests Mr. dollars of this amount must .. ge pwtor. ;
and mentally.] remainlng'plec .; of oak t666
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'11pk 3 The uiiiic 1 is 7:30 p. rn. Jos. B. Norman,
ekend. m
I Mrs. Robinson last w be sent in as a registration 1.1i e. jj. "
ftRemember the free hops : I ) ., rid rn; t tef 1niOre trunks; still lying alongsideDivision .j By airs. t. E. McRae
Mrs. Clark of Jackscnville, fee. For information concerning invIted!,..... .to.attend..... ,. .., ..\ .I-- -.v.-, ? time : pastor.
.t'j. of the .
at the .
:then each Tuesday and C1iux.h ie of .Crjo3viljk fTpnnl: wejre,visitlog" St. ....... .. .'. ...' .1.1I. .1i I
1'0' t Ervin Walker, wife and iriendsi the camp contact Mrs... v 97 .. t1n4eMondaat ; meeting to be removed J. i. .a. ..-, .. ... -. . .
Thursday in. 9 lizal I'tJi.'ore" are "
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from 7 p. j .Ars.| ) ) *id
5, .P. ? i iduring i
also house guests. : tA4iarei.tsae !
i were Maurice White, Stajke or } j
i".P..m. at ,RJE Cafeteria. All Club Notices : .' <. asfe'ed't'o: send their childinto -i.lips, ,Joyce .FilcS'fand Janllyun&V the"next week. j jAll 1 L I.I.A .good time was had by all
write to W. M. N., 1230: Hen-
teenagers are invited. attend I ; th m'eetio" s- ..OQrert unday visitorsWere citizens who are not at the Hart of' Florida Youth OneQuart or Gallon
; The Carnation Social and .
rick Ave., Jacksonville 7, Fla.
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:.' nd request your favorite re- I!! Saving Club will meet at 'the : Showers I l Girl Seoul! meeting i; eachfe.i4 J. wy r ".:".4'ohn:"Wy:>% now: revered to vote In the Meeting last Friday night at
cords; You may brIng'records j jt I qf Tallkiuissee. T iey city: election are"urged to Johnstown Baptist Church. The
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werefQnCyprus
Reno Theatre Monday night j A bridal shower: will be given Of Extra Cost
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.il\ba you would like to hear. j I I : 4b0: SOcl3.t'\ : Chili :News, 1 theuway"! to,' ver' EpZ! CI,",, i e&ster."Books. Will\ be open attendance banner was toon by FREE'
at 8 p. m. i July 17 at the home oi Mr. '- !! : With Each
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( 1 ) 'Garfcpsalid.St.Pet'ersburg | : this month at Home: Grocery. Pine LeveL The next meeting
:.InvUed to ?
AU teenagers are The at Ira. ROZ
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; All members of the Carnation and Mrs. McCoy White, for clubimet ,
.* t.IGreen's f j r ff thSr ': 'be- eligibfe to vote' In the ,,iwill :be held at Lake ,.
To
ittCfld; the free hops' given by : Club are invited to attend ( Mary Helen White.. Tl -'time ; weu' 943 N 9a1 as 'part < vacvtioi City Aug. One You Buy.
:: I : citv election, a person must bea 4, at Montroe! Avenue Baptist -
e" Recreation at ; .
City. ; Dcpart- Steet wit.jlresMent : I
f. tea in Jacksonville at 1 .tKej usual'ijou'r -' -- I
| a p. will be from 8 to 10 P. The
of Starke each' Friday: iji. J' vei&c B 1iI)I:. Sclii *ifl resident of Florida,.for one ,, C urch. I II. Prices Start'at" $2 qt. $5.98 Gal.
: 1 ihpiarge..
jent ; m. All members are asked to ;, public is invited to attend ,Bu i; : t\c1\! resident .
b itii'1.'t! FJ1s't. E4tfM6Y earand city for Bill 'Hendricks of Michfeanis tr'
at the Reno .Theatre of vital : : a 1 I.
-flight time': Aima Jenkins, ness importance was,
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on -Mesdames Metta Harmon .
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&ffom.7:2provided; ,-to, 930.. Music is I!, reporter.The : discussed.[ The. president 8.:5K81 i i'uiy 1'. They fiope 'io six .!months at: J he.tjmt. (the .\; Rer. W. E. HaiL !M'AJRY: CARTER PAINT STORE
and Maurice J. White.
I f Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. M Rae
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by Holmes. all members to have.a good attendance. 'Every election, the'first Tuesday.
: '. Jea.n. Fiesta Social and Say-1': Wedding Bells attend the,,!effort is ''being made to 'make,I September!> ; I are visiting Mrs. .McR&e's_ father -, .501: N. W. 8th Aye. Gainesville. Fla.! FR .6-7588
; meetings so plans be I II
i'tlJ k .added attraction In can carried i
fcp' mgs Club will hold its regular Rev. and Mrs. R. L."jJfaw of V. B. Wheeler at Sand
this ah ,
out for the best interest interesting and helpful ,All-cbuncilmen ana city officers -
A'the: ,neaVi'future.. meeting July 22, ard all I..Starke announce the. approaching week. I Nor-I Mountain, Ala. r'-- -- _-
of. the club. ,except for Marklee'
? ,
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of 'their
.
marriage
.*. e.:_: -Jk -J- The WSC&1met Rev. W. E. Hall and Rev.
Methodist ;
,I daughter. Mary Helen White, The Club regrets to know,I man who Is attending ,Na-'
I that some members sick Wednesday night July'5, in.the I Honal.Quard Caffltx, Wre w&for Roman Alvarez attended a .
: to Leroy Coleman, of Mr. are j I : -
The Deal son. !
F0r Best '
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: : Anywhere I! and Mrs. Abe Coleman of and In the hospital and some parsonage.: The rogmm was I'I'fMit jhe motinc.- was Ministerial Associations; meeting :

I fwedI fare at home. We. are wishing presented Miss Enza Bl8J'I -,I postponed from Tuesdav evening in Jacksonville Tuesday
Green Cove Th
Springs.
'I. I Seep ding will take place'.lt'5' for.j them a spee'dy recovery. I I chard, .Mrs..,Paul Dinkins, andMrs. I ,July 4. to Wednesday'this morning. .'.. _
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p I
'\ r. ., .. I ai. Sunday, July 23, \to New : The club .will, be selling Friday George Roberts with a I month because 'Of the holiday. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starl V*

and Saturday at the cor-: brief .discussion! Jay !he. group,t Personals ing and children spent SUndaY MILK
Mount Pisg h A. M. E. Church.
t.I ,
!
.RIBERTS' CHEVROLET Members Mrs. in PaIatk.ifr. .
attending were
|ner of Oak and Brownlee Street
>
: Mrs. Lester McCullough washoptess
The bride-elect is
a student I I Mrs. Browning .
I The membership drive is Robert E..Lee Mrs. Mae Wells, and Volley .
on j.
Stanley'party
a't.a on
,
at Edward Waters ;
College )frs. H. E. Priest Mrs.. Effie) and children of Tampa,
I
AND for new members. We
: OLDSMOBILE I Jacksonville, where she will Club meeting each welcomeyou. Mon Miner, Mrs.RoDerts, Mrs. Dinkins -II Wednesday evening last week. .'I visited. Mr. and.1t Willard \ .' -. 'J
if frfre'sh- .44.
Present arid .
enter her junior this fall 6rf games
year lastWeekend.Mr. .
: Miss Blanchard, and the. Browning : ,
I day night. Mae
Gibson
AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. Audrey m'ents wete Lucille Vfckery! .92i
-' in '
majoring edu-
elementary Clifford !BrownIng gaL
; president, Mrs. H. "C. Waihwright i and Mrs: -: :
President James
; Carlwell, Vivian
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cation. Mary Tyre. Maudy Tyre, .the week'
in:
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are spending
.' Fin. Sec. ., '
; ., Mr. Coleman is ; McC l1ough,.Myrtle Ann i I
3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla. employed. A trip around the world will Mrs. Milo Smith' 1 onorJ'hr Dade City. ..
the '
MadlineT Tyre and :
Young, '
t I' the National Bank in Jack
diaries Fox Hunters AssociationThe i
be sponsored son, with a party on
Saturday, July
."_ .-- sonville. ; hU tenth Thursdayof nostess. I I Bradford County Fox Ice Cream
------------- :I Ii f .22, by Deaconess Board fa. 2 birthday"., : < : I
i No invitations are being last week. The children enjoyed Mr. 'and...MrsDon Pearson Hunters Association will hold
of Bethel .
sent but friends and members: Baptist Church.,.Bus: for spent Saturday jiight last week I I. special meetlflg <4n Friday,
playing games awhile '
Attention Livestock Producers! ses will leave RJE.High School Eggs BreadCottagg
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of the family are cordially in- withMr. and Mrs 'M. M.
j
I at 7 p. m., fare 50 cents. Fail I after whieh"fefreshmenta 'July 21, at 7=?0 p\ In. in the

vited. not. to take this .trip. of home-made. }e.e cream: :. and Mlt, ,., on their* ,.home from Theressa CommunityHouse..
If have hogs orcattle j\\' Church News Plenty .a week's trip to Alabama and interested are' in
you f I, of fun and refreshments anda cake .were: enjoyed. .Among: the All! persons mi; Cheese
: : Ten'h&see Mr. a'nd PQtpftQ :ns'
to sell now or in Regular pastoral day will be l Mrs; vited.
16 guests "
I long. ride.. Do not get 'leftYou young 'eCharles'cosIns .. A fa iz In the h. {d?
observed Mafchett t6 St.Petersb&rf .
Mc-
Sunday byRe ent
the future please con t : \ Will miss Ronhy Md.. Roger ..Mitchell !.. gn OrangeJuice
a treatMrs.Corpne milk
of warm
glass
tact oneof, the buyers I Lendon starting with Sunday JIcNIel' chairman. ,pf!? : ,Jicksohvflle,. ,who :'trttn.them. Sunday, : FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Try P.fer.a ,".!-..to h.<:i.
I I School at 10 a. m. Leo DeSue the week with tHe Smiths. returning Hampton Wed Barry D. VaaDeventer,
at Copeland Sausage Notice to Heroines. of Jericho, spent i ." c.\ -. '
'Company and give them :,' I I, is in charge. Morning service Every member is asked.' to be I nesday.. j II' )Minister. .'
is at 11 a. in. Evening service ...i. & :i i .AXEIA'A1A1ZCLAY .
Richard May o Homestead 390 N. Cherry St.
: !
an opportunity to buy present at the Masons! Hall
I at 6:30: p. m. All membeis and I' f.peit'the.July Fcruth% weekend i r
July 19th at 3:30 o'clock.
your livestock. friends are invited to attend.. .Fr. zer will' : be here Deputy for-I RILtBy j ere' .with. Mis. May and :, J; Thursday Choir practice,.

Pleasant Grove Methodist : .. 8p.m. -
.
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COPELAND OFFERS YOU election, and installation of of- daughter, and with Jiis par- pp 1
Church.Clarence De.3ue, re- ficers. Mrs. J.,L. StricklandMi. enfi.-.Mr.and; Mrs c. I. May. I IOdessii I .Friday De onflt 1eeti 1g.
This is a must becausewe .
4 BIG ADVANTAGES! porter. .1 II."d.-cl .1J.1": ... ,
7:30p.m.: -
: are ,i.j"AAAAAAAAJAAAAAAaAAAAAAi Metfon1, daughter
going on vacation until 1
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I'.;' Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Sept Orders from :M. A. M., S.,i ; -' Mr. alMf Mrsl.Lonnle! -Melton; i I Sunday.: Sunday School,
1' Cash market day. Church News and Worship were pleaded aioIreneAustni -. chrCir -6:45 Uorning Worship I
every I Royal. jeff,.MondayJor tbe n's : a. m.
i Schedule: Monday 7:30: Faithful District !i3ck'int church. .last, Bibie: ,arid'Cam$ I . .
2. No commission. Meeting Set Society Camp .,94a.p1.\ ; t. It -
Few Club Sunday! morning afte being'lon'the .. .
I' meeting. Tuesday: For Ebenezer: 'Church : .. ; ; -; ".f1o<"_-', ..,'tt-- .. '

3. Special consideration given to meat :j: Choir Practice, 7:30: Wednesday The Second Annual Session' ,sick'.lisi J :. _n_. : 11itt
; 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Recently' ndy P1dtt-'w.}
: ; 4 -.r.i. -
type hogs !:, Thursday 7:30: Women's; Home of .the District:,Sunday School coming "thfe"house\6n': : ; _

4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient i I Mission, Friday 7:30: Prayer, Wednesday and BTU Congress at Ebenezer was Bap.held his bicycle- ; at/CJrandpa." Yousari's -:!!' I :::1'' : ;: : AREA_ BUSINESS DIRECTORY ._ _',_ __ I

r f Band'meeting: Sunday/9:45: a.' tist Church at 8 p. m: Rev. E. house find'Cirolyn'Maijning.was -i T' : __ _

A P. quantities.CALL'COLLECT. i m. Sunday School 11 a. m. D. Robinson was host pastor coming1 Ground from I- ..' ..,- .:., = .
I i Morning Worship. 7:30.: Evening and Ae other :direction hi a :'car*.

." HO 2-3011 ;| Service with the Re Louis tion. president of the associa- They collided and Anrly received .

il| McKay in charge. Mrs. R. English servedas only minor bruises outside .AUOASSMIiIi1--. 1 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC. MOTORS\ MUSIC\ SUPPLIES. .
I
mistress V
of ,
ceremonies for ?
.
..
I c. CLAUDE PHILLIPS. THERON HUDSON I! Everyone is invited to attend the interesting program. of being knocked "goofy." .. 's I TRANSMISSrONS 1 Electric Motor Lillian's Music Store'

J t S PRESTON POLE j these meeting throughouti ,Mr. and Mrsl.DaveL4rij of I !

i the week and Sunday--Mary .TT TTTTTT.TT.TTT Tampa'spent the weekend of '>c. ,AutoCOMPLETE 1 GIass l AUTOMATIC Repair Co. I "(!a1 tsVille Leader"* ...
yyy : I mAjs3ussIOSS
Since 1933 .'
j McBride reporter. he: Fourtn with "relatives at "- OP .GAINESVILLE INC. ; _

I Copeland i j Allen Chapel Church. News LAWTEYBy % Clay Hill.. .STOCK 'CURVED' ARE, :.0'00. BUSINESS. i KRAKAVER .WINTER*t-,
'
f' -- CABLE
: and Worship Service. observed. Elgin Lang slipped.away'for :/> -' GLASS-; ; Servke. "t ipaIrsWork .. COMPLETE. ELECTRIC PIANOS. PUNORflANrf1CHORD

j I pastoral:; day Sunday beginning i a much-needed vacation last Windshield &: Door Glass Guaranteed MOTOR's :
ORGANS -i59-$75
.SAUSAGE CO JPANY. AI ACHUA, FLORIDA Enza Blanchard lI week while her sister urlene.was Replaced In Any Make : LES.AND SERVICE *
\ *
with. SunaaySchool, Supt. j i Guitars Drums Sheet1 ;*
t : .1.1 .......ill here to look' after. t1'e / Car OrTruck, Lamar Pearson "Distributor of .' .

I $ Handle Safety Glass1FR New Lincoln Motors"FR Music .-
I WX 0' > I.
Clyde Wainwright spent the TUBBrS 'I Budgets
'6.2551. xi C5 SERVICE 2-8318
Bill Pendarvls with : _
us .
weekend with his was
FR 6.5931
Mr.
3 ) parents at church again l st Sunday I.13U'S.: .Mata' Galnesvflle 505 k; W. 13th St.. Gainesville 1030 S. Main, Gainesville j >+
and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. .. 112 S. E, Gainesvllld
First.
and looks well We ate still *. *- '( .- ._ .. .__ ,. .. & -
-
Mrs. R.R.Thede of Jackson- '
x "Ille and Mrs. John L. Wilkes hoping tie can soon be out of AUTO SALES & SERVICE, AUTO TRIM\ FARM EQUIPMENT I OPTICIAN .
the Kos ital and be'white.he I -

tJ C CI BUZZ IN FOR .. visited Roberts Mr.during and the Mrs.week.George Other can attend every servfre. PLYMOUTH biPDtW.ClIRysLE VALIANT i baker' Auto Trim Rush's Tractor Co. j Beckum's .Opticians;

BEE-U-TJFUL8AVING9 guests of the Roberts. were Mr. Mr. and' Mrs..Sfll wt.liilirsof : Authorized ,Sales- Inc. I I! Llndsejr L. Beckom, R. O. <
'Parta
TRIM
CUSTOM INTERIOR
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and Mrs. Ulmont Perry and orange ra4 catiei.on.! .theStrkkiads Lenses Duplicated I.I "

I THAT ARE. BEE-YOND children and Mrs. Archie 1 1st8irday,. IService; headliners ,- Arm Rests NEW HOLLAND I I'Artificial Eyea Prescription

f Thompson of Darien,. Ga. .looking for prThy _ha4 :HawesPowersM6WCo.r 'Floor'Mats.- Upholstering ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON I Pilled Promptly .

BEE-LIEF Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts been to .the new Mgleover pub| Lowest Prices 22 W. University FB,6-3516,

I Jacksonville iearit1tie No'lan's farm, Farm Equipment And Gainesville, Fla. ,
Qi4% were visitingMr. 1 _
FR 2-2226 _
: and Mrs. J. C. Tye duringthe and decided. 'to call on us one TractorsFR ,
'F&: .2541. 1021 E 'Ave. 6-4385 POWER SAWS T-
University
: week. Their sons, Terry and more, time.beems ,. % : I ",.

America's savingestcompact..at Mike, who had been visiting that Ypugan" FaHgeti ,201.N.I Main Gainesville'. Gainesville Archer. Rd. Gainesville; MCCULLOCII '

I the Tyes, returned home with has bad Sard luck. wiUL ihis Used" Cars'- 312 N!Main CHAIN SAWS -J;JNEWUSE3J

r our their parents. t iiiuing.iftceiy....)ae xano. WilLie ;_ .. tFE'8-34C&. COMMERCIALSREFRIGERATIOI1 GARDEN SUPPLIES SALES- 4

new low price! Randy, Penny, arid Cindy ..h.4t'Wt ",fo the creek tie .. .. SERVICE" "H

Massey, children of Mr. and otn r daSr'and.Yougan'iiookeda iIcoLN.MEECU:: : I Johnson & Paris, Florida Saw Co. .

1 Mrs. E. L. Massey of Tallahassee Dcautuu4( *red beuy"- about COMET-r FIAT.- EEXAULT ,Refrigeration Inc.Complete .
I FaIUl ,
-,...; 'are spending some time Jie Digestone ne\na4 ever Authorized. Sales' Service I ).<-< I
I Line of 2538 N. fe. 19th Dr.
with their grandp rents, Rev. een. Just; as ne almusi. had Parts Service Co.

and Mrs. A. E..:Massey.Mr. lLiLi reeied in,,. a big.old .Jacf.aarcea Trained Mechanic _: Good SEEDSPLANTS- Gainesville.

I anA Mrs. Arthur Greenare 0ish :- bat. gratottd-- me.beuy .,U Cari" .Sidney' Leopold,- Owner FERTilIZERSI.nsectlcldei SEWING MACHINES. .=:
-Pet ..
.
announcing the birth of 4 .T and 'thea: bog i C 1 1ertiat Betrlzeratll-u'. Supplies'We

__t__ daughter, Donna Lou, on July tanglea'up around ft;mb) in B rkley' 'Motori I i Ak" Cenditicnintaire Rent Fertilizer Spreaders', Shiger'Stwin L

7, in Bradford County Hospital. Uie creeL Beiort f. WilLie cook 6i5 N. Mate Oalnejville Ftld Ice Slaken .224 N. W. 8th Ave. 1
__-u __ starling1and FR 20476Gainesville I Machine .Center!
Mr. and Mrs. <
Clyde \\aae ouc ana get aini iooj, &t
,
Arytinie
their : Sold And. Serviced J used Singer Sewing Mac
Mrs. Fla.
daughter, Hill, jack j fisoT had --- ,
ihe consarnea B. &GV Motor Co. Gainesville: FR 2-63S2 .... .., .__ ..
and children of Jacksonville cut tne line and ieit-taking -\ V* ** -* *llr.- Many One Of A Kind P j----

were weekend guests of the H. the red beliy" w uiri Y u- toe. eikh1 FR 6-TIOO:; LADIES WEAR Starting ,At $9.1S !!.

C.: Harley family While here gan was so mad he quli fish- U1TIMANOthsMOBILE'CADILLAC ___ __ .. --. FR 6-6310

tI they Visited other: relatives. lug went lib ie, andsta ea in CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST 'Cherry's f 216-__W.-University_-_'I-----OainesvUltSPORTING
'
11 Miss) Mary Julia Futch left Lea all day. aays It:. auue kiithAiltith6 AuthO 1zed. Sales Service: GOODS -
Monday for Lubbock Texas sick. THAT ALL YOUR .Gainesville's Most Fashionable

I where she111 visit with Parts CONCRETE; PECJDUCTS I Address For Ladles Thift Area's Most Complete Lb
en-
Cecil ilardy was ktod__ nc.tS .
friends. She will. also. spend -C ; s. ARE THE .BEST PROM DRESSES SUITS -COATS of Sporttog Good at .
ougn to icnauner.us to .chux-cn otJimrnie
some time in New Orleans, La. 115 S. W. Second,. Galnesrffllt -AcCESS0IIES '
; '
after had .. Hughes Inc ,
Dealms Swa ihg Mr. nc\, IrS. J, C.Tye Johnny last Say we. .. Edwards Builcfu\ ;,
missed,.three in, a row, que.to 105 W. :University, GainesvilleMEN'S JI18_W., University, Ga1neIvCk.
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and Pam spent the Fourth VOLKSWAGENSales Supply Inc. 'If ..- -, .. '
It
no transportation. wasn'tIirg ,.
with, Mr,, and Mra. George Atkinson ,
I Service -para. SHOES "' <
>
.1 ) before they had us back WEAR
,
in Riverdale. I *, "" HMu
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7288. MainFB2-
!t
Bargains are bust f out all over lowest-priced compact it-Y in the groove.. playing the 1 Mi wn.Moieri I I '
Miss Arthurine Blanchard J J r.Br & Bob's Shoe Store J. '
STOP! at special low piano aadpinchrhjttiag lor an Gainesville; Silver-man's:
I during our gigantic SWAPPING yours now our.very I I spent the weekend with Hiss ; i ..
Make absent teacher. 'Always wad to :Inc. i Shoes for The Entire
I BEE! We're trimming prices on SWAPPING BEE price. a ,1 I Enza Blanchard. They visited Family

I t J wpt every Falcon in the house.,. bee-line to your Toi. Dealer' ,their aunt,. Mrs. John J. ilcjLeod help out. 'FB.Um DOORS WINDOWS apparel for Men and Women FORTUNE FOB MEN

: sweetening trade-in allowances, Step up to a full summer of driv.jngfuninanew 'Melrose., We had 67 in Sunday School Our new Store next 'to T CHARM. SET FOB WOMEN
to3o'T5-. University Ate.- 'Fforida Jaldtoiies Theatre t* ENDWELL FOB CHILDREN
} Falcon 1961 Fordor five visitors and $2 enrolled .Ftoridi
too. Take the exciting : Sunday guests of Mr. and ,. '
t .
t Gainesville, \ :
SAVE FORMAL WEAK RENTALSGAINESVILLE. Bags MillinfiTj Acccsori&
:
-
Falcon. The JU1S GAtNEsViuk
ys
I Tudor above. Already America's [Mrs. P. Lw blnkins were Mr. members. OF INC.
4' "'! i 21 W. University QaineiviiteYARNSTOYS
FLA.
Bated on a comporuon of mtnufactmnrf ciiCftstcrf rrtaH&u
I Mia*trim mud wAite tidttcmU tim- .ptianul t diiM exfr to* (isonville Mr.: and Mrs. Horace .of jour Junior Choir,composed W1 .Mo or 1o.tRt'ANGI14 WINDOWS -, .'DOOBB" MOVER I -
'
I -. --- U I Cox of Waldo Casey Dinkins\ of about IS little feUoW who I ALUMINUM AWNINGS. : I I

4.- (land son ,and daughter, Jimmiel sure can eing. Come out and : I Palm l'Beach Awning Windows 'Gainesville Jack and JillA

I !Our Hive I* Buzzta With BEE-U-T1FUL Bargains At Our Ford Dealers' Swapping Bee! land Haze!, Jacksonville, and near them if you don't believe .ENGLISH FoRD- An Meet .A.. W..kA.Specifications : I
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(Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Dinkins and it1! ". Anthoiteed' ,.Sales 4 Bervlce I Mayflower r Complete Line Of
1
I SryIcefsi' B : = .. .tarns -Needlework Notions
t 'David of St. Augustine. "CoBp te > :

TERWILLEGAR Mot I Paul .DIII 1n... ,feaaJbeeji,;a..N-1rs.1 imates LOCAL AND LONG Free ':Instructions '

'tient in Bradford County Hospital ,70' ,.,.. ... ;II( 'i : Ate. .. Ji'B115'' "' .., DISTANCE MOVING I Toys .- Games D.Hi -,
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6 W. MADISON ,ST. STAREk FLA for several days, but has t.eleciBEOOK. ,... ...w.rfM:'r a..... '. S'-. '. tFa z-bsi.. .ini7ien.:-L., TIf. ,, &.- ,.- /8&Taie And.:Crating, ,, Hobbles ,
c :
I :

\" 01.. If- you're- interested in an-A-I--Used- ----U--JTa.r.-be---sure to see yourtw4 Dealer. ,'recovered t|honi ITer sufficiently i IthIr, STrs.to return'Carl I,GJL\I"-
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,! ; SET BRADFORD. 1DO17NTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. JULY IS 1961Rational


Guard week. will begin Sunday July 16, { will come from the Infantry .-... .- Common stock with total that the, undersigned. Charles uary 9, I960 and recorded in
par value of 150000.00 A. Darby of the Circuit Court O, R. Fook.10. page 434. public
I IIt
j| Col. Durrell, Chief o' Staff :and last for two week The I School at Fort Benning. Geor- j of Bradford County, Florida, '. records of Bradford Count-,
'Officer {i of the 48th Armored: Division, other two phases consist of i -ia, and the course,here will r= I Memoranda i I will on the 24th day of July '' Florida, pursuant to the Final
Training, closely that Assets pledged or assigned 1961, at 11:00 A. M, at the main Decree of foreclosure entered in
will serve as commandantcf 10 weekend training periods parallel course. I to secure liabilities door of the Court House of said Court the style of
'' the summer training during the year, and another Candidates for the Camp and fur other purposes Bradford County the City of which is acase pending in
e gins Sunday 4Xtr 1031791.31 i Starke Florida offer for saleI I Modern Homes Construction
program. Major Fred N. !I two week stint next summerto Blanding course have been r | I and sell at public outcry to the \ Company, a Florida corporation,

A new training program for _Lewellen will serve as assistant'! conclude training. Upon 'carefully selected to ensure i, I, Billy G. Bpps. Assistant: highest and best bidder for cash, Plaintiff vs. Hojt Starling and
i the folvwing described property f Norma Lee Starting, his wife
jjhorida National Guard officer commandant of the program,1 I successful completion ol the i having the cream of tht crop i i Cashier of the abo\'e-n
"Candidates will be instituted which will have a beg'nning three phases candidates will be for the initial program. Col. 11 ] : the bank above do soltmeniy statement swear is true that, !j Florida to wit: I II 1 Xo. 13-923. 2
hand and the
3br the first time this class of 50 this eligible for Durrell said. and that it fully and correctly I J One (1) acre (being 210 feet WrTXESS my
summer summei. .a commission in SouthwesdI )I official seal of said Court this ,
j
| represents the true stat of the ) lying in the
square
"at" Camp Blanding, CoL Albert The first part of the three the Florida National Guard. ,, An instructional staff of I+ several matters herein contained i corner of Southwest Quarter i ij 3 SEAL day of July 1961. I
)
3;'. Durrell announced ,this 1 1 phase instructional program Equipment for the courser tight has been picked from I and knowledge set forth and to belief the best of my j i (SW'i ) of Southeast Quarter ?I ( Charles .\. Darby. I

r | present officers in.the Florida'I I Correct-Attest: Billy G. Epps (SEU ) of Section 24. Township Clerk Of Circuit Court t
-- I i National Guard, the colonel S. L. PEEK JR. i South, Range 22 : By Marian L. Crosby D C.
a ;t a I II C. f;. HERN-WALL !< is the same property as conveyed said. i +. I HAROLD. WALL to Hojt Starling and wife for Plaintiff !i
I .. Directors i Norma Lee Starling by warranty ; 406 North Patterson Street
f .'. ''-'''.- State of Florida. I i deed from Maxie A. Tanner Valdosta, Georgia I
First Meeting On ....,, :''.' .. ':;, 6." ;f;"" County of Bradford. ss: I!I and Lois Tanner dated Jan It 7-13
WOULD YOU LIKE ENSLAVEMENT? I -" >- '" '= ''' ;''' -' Sworn to and subscribed! before '.
"+sY me this 8th day of July, ,
E I Communism; Held 1961, and I, hereby certify that I. That's Our Business
[ km not an officer or director i GLASS I
a i By Methodist Men orthis bank. ,I i "If 'It's Glass We Have It"
Last week we presented the threat that Communism I My Commission expires Feb. ,
ij 12, 1964. CALL WRITE or VISIT I
t holds over the world at the present time. Let's look for a i The first in a series of meetings (SEAL Helen E. Glasgow ,,

moment at this danger, as to how it is organized and its i devoted to a discussion ,of Notary Bonded Public.by the Mass. Bondingand ,' SHEA'S GLASS CO.

policies.The. I Communism was held Monday :::,:--f:"}'" Insurance Co. I
-- -
night by the :Methodist tens
REPORT OF CONDITION OF NOT INC.)
; (
Communists have as their goal world conquest and : Club. WT COMMUNITY STATE BANK I

the total enslavement of mankind. This statement sounds i The topic, "What Is Com- 'OF OF FLORID STARKE IX AT THE THE STATE CLOSEOF I FOR ANY GLASS NEED I

4 fantastic and difficult to imagine, but there is a great 'dan- munism," was discussed by T. .;: BISI>. E>S OX JINE 30. O We Design Modern Store Fronts

: H. Slade who declared that. 1961 Just !Mail Us A Pattern For'
ger in regarding it as a fantasy. Khrushchev says our grand- I'"Peaceful ...IA. _n. _. ... -.--. \..-.. .. _.'" .._._ __...- _.-, _. t .bl eta I '
: coexistence' with Cash, balances with other Table Tops
children will be Communists. How can the Soviet dictator banks including reserve i ,
Russia
would be possible only ,
make such a statement? Because Communism isn't just :, on the Kremlin's terms. He Rare 4-Legged Chicken Found I Ii I tin:balances process, and of collection cash- items 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2.4353

4 another political party trying to gain favor-it is a cruel |I said the only peace .that. Russia -, :216.191.95

': way of life. |I: would be satisfied with i i This four-legged chicken, the two rear legs are almost 1, United obligations States, direct Government and

: would be for the U. S. to sit i guaranteed 1.19T.298.13 1 ,
w '" It is ou.r opinion that the Communists are the most parallel, was found ta: a batch of broiler buIHies owned by II Loans and discounts (including ... '
; Idly by while Communism toojc>t DO overdrafts -
** dedicated people on earth today. ,They will act in any way : over the entire world, piece by I Grady Johns. son of 3lr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns who live on ) 755,918 A Hint Of ;

necessary to accomplish their scheme of world domination. :piece. I! the old Kej>tone Road near Crystal Lake. I Bank l furniture$19.312.93 and fixtures 19312.93 A Carefree Curl

They have murdered millions and enslaved almost another :! The supper meeting was presided -! Five weeks old when this photo was taken, chickens I Other I assets --1,637.33---

billion people, but the Communists see no wrong in these i 1 over by the club president -!: with bush deformities usually live less than a week. Though I TOTAL ASSETS %,19 ,:t*6.37 Details makes such a difference in the

tactics Drew Reddish, who wei-.1 I i the chicken is healthy, the extra pair of legs uSe- I I
as long as it advances Communism. Their atheistic 'I' are totally LlBbUttle I I way your hair looks on you. Curly or ..

I government would treat us no more kindly should they be corned visitors ,and extended less. Demand deposits' of individuals i t sleek bangs? Our stylists know b
invitation
i to the public to attend ,
successful in enslaving us. I I the remaining meetings .w. Pinholster In The ,County Judge's Court and corporations 51',838.141 come in and see! ,
Of Bradford Time deposits of individuals I
In hi the series-''the second Tuesday County, Florida and
1910 there were less than 1,000 Communists in the : la Probate partnerships I -
world. number in August, and the second In Re: Estate of Evelyn E. corporations 1.224,279.81Deposits : I If Your Car license'is 45W-941
Today
&; they approximately 25,000,0001: Because Services Held YVhelan. also known as Evelyn of United States .
(0f their dedication and determination f Tuesday in September. X. Whelan and as Evelyn Xor- I Government (including
SET
they have been I stadt Whelan. Deceased. I postal savings) 4,375,00 A FREE SHAMPOO' AND :

successful in. gradually increasing the control they have Naval Air Reserve In JacksonvilleFuneral Notice Final Discharge Of Filing Of Petition Administra For I Deposits subdivisions of States and 225,000.00 political Awaits you at our Salon Watch this

over people, and unless checked, could enslave us. trix .I Deposits of Banks 10,000.00 week for new.winners.
To All Whom It May Concern: i Other deposits (certifiedand space every ,' .
Since World War II they have enslaved the following I I Enlistments Open services' for William have Xotiee filed is my hereby final given returns that I i etr. officers' checks, 3147.40 Last Week's Winner '

r, nations with a total population of almost one billion: South For Veterans E. Pinholster,- 77, of Jacksonville administratrix with the Will as .: Other TOTAL Liabilities DEPOSITS 1,986,64098 37,956.58 MRS L. D. VINING
annexed of the
Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Bess- I I were heldat 10:30 a. m. j i ii:. Whelaii, also estate known of as Evelyn Eve-i i:: TOTAL
arabia Bulgaria Rumania Albania The Naval Air Reserve (: lyn X. Whelan and'a.s Evelyn i i LIABILITIES 2,021,597.56Capitai :
Yugoslavia, Hungary, Saturday,in Woodlawn Baptist J I I Xorstadt Whelan; that I have L We Are Closed All Day Tuesday

Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Tibet, China, North Korea, Training Unit, NAS, Jacksonville Church4. ith Rev: Leslie Sanj I i j i filed my petition for final discharge AeeouaU I
I 100.000.00Surplus
.. .....- and that I will apply to Capital
Kuril Islands, North Vietnam, and in our own backyard- announced this week that i ders, pastor officiating. the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, 40,00000 I Glamo-Ree Hair StylistMiss
County Judge of Bradford Profits 25.788.81TOTAL ,
Cuba. all Navy and Coast Guard !' Mr. Pinholster, a native of I ty, Florida, on the Hth day CounI of I Undivided -

Brooker, died Thursday of last August 1961, at 10 o'clock a. m. I CAPITAL Ellouise Ph. 96 !-8311 Mr. Keith
There is much veterans may now enliss with for approval of I 165,78881 ,
only so land and so many people on earth. I j the same and ACCOUNTS
the same rate held at ihc time week in a Jacksonville hospital for final discharge as adminl- I
If we permit the Communists, J?y our appeasement, to con- : of discharge, regardless of | after a long' illness. He had 'I I stratrix with the will annexed TOTAL LIABILITIES II i 353 N. Temple Avenue
of the estate of Evelyn E. Whe
tinue to win bit by bit, there will come a time when there time elapsed, for the purpose. lived in, Jacksonville since lan, deceased. AXD CAPITALACCOUNTS $2,190,386.37

: is nothing left to appease. We shall then"'be enslaved.We I of enrolling in the selected re- 1918, and was a member of This Dorothy 6th day Agnes of July Swanbom, 1961. This bank's capital I,

I serve. the WOW,:and the Wo."dlawn Administratrix with the Will consists stock of: with total (
would urge that you study' this evil, think about it annexed of the estate of EvelynE Common
$100,000.00
Baptist Church. He value of
I drill' was a retired par
Qualified would
'men : Whelan, also known as Eve-
o and encourage your, representatives Washington to act one weekend a month with carpenter foremau.Surviving" :. lyn X. Whelan and as Evelyn! Memoranda You Can Mford Our Prices

and to assist us to remain free. the il squadrons comprising 'are a daughter Xorhtadt Hollis V. Whelan Knight deceased. Assets pledged or asign-

I i I I I NARTU, Jacksonville. For, Mrs. Dqrothp.P,.Rigg oi, Jacksonville Starke, Fla.Attorney for. Admrx. and ed to for secure other liabilities purposes

more information contact the'Naval ; three lops, William I ,.13 4t 8-3 901816.88
SLADE GAS OF STARKE i Earl Pinholster Loans as shown above are ADD-A-ROOM !
Philadelphia
Air Reserve Training ; I I Additions Florida
1 I I. after deductions of ,. ,
t Unit, NAS JacksonviPe.' I Ernest J. Pinholster, Nsw Or'cans NOTICE I reserve of 15,474.03 ;j
\I ; and' Clarence L. Pin- the Notice is hereby given that I I, Norman H. Willis Exec. I Rooms, Aluminum Win*
County Assessor of Taxes Vice Pres. of the above-named
'f,,1 I holster ;Jacksonville; three f for Bradford County. Florida, I bank do solemnly affirm that I doves, or 'any kind of
I sisters I will meet with the Board of the above statement is true and

------,...- -- ..- ------ .,-." -..... ... .....' '.,.'". .. '-. Mjgjjfcma Alexander County Commit-feiuners of said that it fully and correctly reprecnla -' Home Improvements.
and Mrs.: Mamie demons., County, in the office of the Clerk'or j the true' tate of the ,
; Circuit Court at Starke": 'II several matters herein contain' uri .
Jacksonville, and Mrs Tommie I i I Florida, at 9:30 best Free Estimates
I a.m. Auguut ed and set forth to the
#! JAX DEALERS' I Johnson, Miami. !!i 7 *. D 1961. for the purpose of ]|, ,of my knowledge and belief.
1 A I Burial was in Riverside Me- 'I': hearing complaints and receiving I Correct Attest: Perhaps you need another '
\
S testimony as to the value Norman H. Willis NO
-i, I,mortal Park Cemetery under I i of any property, real personal bills V Knight' Bathroom,. A Porch "
or intangible personal as fixed barley: E. Johns
Are f the direction of Hardage ''and, In- the said Down Payment
OVERSTOCKED! : County Assessor of Pete 0 Felo! Enclosed, A New Roof,
I Sons Funeral Home. i Taxes on his Assessment Rolls Directors
I for the year 1S61! and for the | i State of Florida. Paint Siding Job!
'I of 5 Yrs. To Payor a or
purpose perfecting receiving, County of Bradford ss: ,
Where Vfe Have UOne-Eyed Ja ks"Coming and equalizing such assessments Sworn to and subscribed before .
I The County Assessor of TaXies me this 7th day of July r1961 .
and th.* Board of County Commissioners I and I hereby certify thatI
To Florida j I may continue session am not an officer or director FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL
Close Connections from day to day for one of. this bank.
Sunday Wednesday'OneEyed week or as long as necessary (SEAL) Jean 0_ Norman
All persons owning property Notary Public State of Florida
subject to assessment in Bradford at large.
Jacks larring County, Florida are noti :\commission expires Febru-
8 Marlon Brando in his debut tied to appear at such meeting, ary 14, 1965.NOTICE Bradford Building Supply
or meetings to make such complaints _.-
a* both actor and director will "r rive testimony as to OF FORECLOSURE
.' the value of any property, real SALE BV CLERK CIRCUIT
be this weekend's attraction
NEW at I or personal as fixed by the COURT 301 E. Call St. Phone 964.5291
FORD' .. the Florida Theatre. I County his As>f"-or of Taxes upon XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Assessment
: rolls as they
Playing Sunday through made lre.
I r
Wednesdays! the popular western Given by order of the Board
of County Commissioners of
three years in the mak- Bradford County, Florida, July
For
ing, tells a powerful .story of (3.SEAL A. D. 1961. LAY-AWAY SALE

friendship, revenge and love. Charles A. Darby, Clerk APa

Karl Malden, who also starred'with It
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Brando in "A Streetcar I II
REPORT OF CONDITION OF :
OR CHEVROLET Named Desire and "On : THE "FLORID BANK AT 1
The Waterfront," shares top 1 STAHKE. OF KTARKE"
THE STITE OF FLORIDAAT "Inc.S
billing with the actor-director. THE CLOSE OF

Katy Jurado co-stars and BISINKSS 0\. JI'XE 30. 1861,
As..et. II
Mexican actress Pina Pellicer Cash, balances with other "Your Friendly Store"

is introduced as Brando's lead- banks, including reserve

ing 1 lady.Heading': items balances in and cash .
: processof
I collection 204,431.7) .
the featured
cast
AT ABSOLUTE United States Government .

i- .,-.. ; I are' Larry Duran, 1JuiamI : obligations direct and i EASY CARE .
.. Colon, ''BenJohnson guaranteed %. .98Obligations Boys' Youths' Men'sContinental
Slim
I j of States and I
f'f: "'f. Washable Cotton '
Pickens political
Sam' Oilman and subdivisions 532,518 +
: I Loans and discounts (including I )
Timothy Carey.. $983.46 overdrafts -, SchoolDRESSES


Dealer's Cost i I I North, "Fla. Supply Bank fixtures 15,195.39 premises) $6,21662 furniture owned 1543497.81 and 11.412.01 _1 SLACKS

;Announces Change Real Estate owned other.than ,
bank premises 36,600.00
'0 :Of' Location Other Assets r ?3737" by Cinderella M

I .. ALL
I TOTAL ASSETS 4,432.65705.

I I' North ".F1oridl Supply, local LUbilitin- With Back-to-School I SIZES

't I!appliance1 r ;store: announced Demand deposits of Individuals \ Fashion Looks !

;: WITH FACTORY SERVICE POLICY ;:, (plans thi'4 week to move from and corporations, partnerships.1382605.33 Sizes 3 to 6

i its present 'jo afion in the Time deposits of Indivi- x
I Mona partnerships, and '
and 7 to
I Winkler Building on N.Temple corporations 1,524,925.41 14 ,
[Avenue ta412ir. Call Street Depobiti of United States '
,
I the buildiflg fMTnerly occupied Government postal saving(including) 70.1J78S/ I.. Reg 2.98-3.98 :: 98 '


t FALCON-$1,687 FAIR LANE -$1.,879$ I i by Randa Shepherd)|;'Caltljt Radio and&Frank TV. L!- Deposits subdivisions and political of States 663.070.55 ,.I. J 21 2-

.. gen,. owners:ttf North Florida Other and deposits officers"(checks.certified I I 5-

..... ;, Supply, feaid the purpose. of the etc.) 19,652.61 I I98 \ .

,. !. move is- to ,acquire more floor TOTAL Rediscounts DEPOSITS and other 3.660,453.78 i, r -' :
space to allow'for an liabilities for '*-1 f i
PICKUP (Ford ) of their appliance expansion'' borrowed 'money 190,009,00
or Chevy-$1,655| Other liabilities ''.%73U 1 .

: had They'also, said their company'II TOTAL -. .., ,
completed plans to stock t LIABILITIES 3.822,7272
I
'':.t': I a complete line of sport and \ +h'n'Wear Cotton
"
', I fishing boats and Evinrude I *CapitalCapital Aeeaunt.150.000.00 Reg. 3.98-5.98 Random Cord, Beltless -
i '
| :"
motors. 1 _: Surplus 250.000.00 ,'. .

Also AGood Selection of Used Cars-All atMAVf'VI .':: i{ The oe f ct to com-! Undivided Reserves ,(and profits retirement 54.595.47 t Snap Tab Waist Band.

:jplete, 'thBjfcj&veHy Saturday,,!' account for preferredc&.pltal All Popular Colors.}

-- I f July 15fbut,/will continue to ) nun Ie 98 Sizes 6-16 Usually

t. serve their customers. at,,their TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .

'C AUTO ; I'' present location on N.. Temple 609929.43 Sold at $3.98
:, Avenue 1W'uie TOTAL LIABILITIES -
U Is
I' move ,com AXD CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 'Sizes 283Usu r

plete. 4432657.05 -
: ; t

I r .This bank's capital consists Sold at $4.98BABY .
SALES : of; ,
BiOTICE OP ot
II INTENTION TO I IW. .
REGISTER FICnnOU XABE
Notice lm Hereby Given that

U. S. 301 NORTH TEMPLE AVE. the gage tincJerBiffijed.Business:! underthe deilrtns to flctltioiu en-- C. T. U. DOLL PAJAMASDrip .. f
name of MANS SHELL,
: >:'. STATION 252 'West Madlaon
Street. In tne JCltr ot Starke, ,WHT SPEND THE LAST

We' Service What we Sell-FREE haid Florida name intends with the'to,ftgisttr Clerk of the the HALF OF LIFE IN RDIORSEI+ DryCotton $fOOP ir ::

Circuit Court of Bradford !]FOR THE FIRST HALF. .
County, Florida.
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..THURSDAY. JULY 18 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA .
Dafu> cDIYVV7mnnyyyyyyITR 'I1:

We are all very glad to know ly social at the church on: Friday f
I that Mrs. J. C. Nolan was been night, June 30, and had a T
MAXVILLE discharged from the W. T. delicious chicken pilau.

Edwards hospital, whole she We wish to extend sympathyto

t By Mrs. C. B. Nolan was a patient for 9 months the family of Odell Wil- .." "' -"' :'!t-.,;.."".:..y<,.:'I<.,..,'.:"".,,"' ":.;""'; : '" .<.<<:'...;.......=.>:'''Z:.:.' ;;..".
O .:, ',' .
ILI.NI : .. : '
and is back at home here with liams. Mr. Williams' mother, I :.I".": )'!, ;> :<$:<';'YV,"' "" "o.w'" """">=>'v.'' ';'x.<:' ''">'>'$-(''"J;'', '
I 1 ... & '
her .
family.Mr. Mrs. D. U. Williams, passed ''
-if'
Jerkins-Wilkinson and Mrs. Donald Jerkins away at her home in Dyers, 1 '.}.
On Friday evening. June Jacksonville. spent Sundayiere I Ark. and funeral services were ::
I 16, at 8 p. m. Miss Shirley Ma- with Mrs. Jerkins parents held there Sunday. r f ,rQ :
lie Wilkinson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wil-1 Mr. and: Mrs. Homer Thomas .a f r'VU

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wi'kinson, kinson, Jr. I and family have returned +
' Jr. of Maxville was united in Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish I home from a weekend spent
marriage to Donald Nelson and family and Billy Nolanof I in Roanoke. Ala., Columbus,

Jerkins of Jacksonville at the Baldwin visited in Jacksonville -I I Ga., and Alexandria City, Ala.
Saturday night with Mr. i'Ii with relatives. __ '
Berea Baptist Church in Jack-
) sonville. and Mrs. Howard Bradshaw.Mr. .i: Claude North graduated :w=tii1 % LWL1 'iiw

The Church was beautifully and Mrs. Bud Waters! ;i from Jacksonville Un'versity t ,

decorated with palms, white '! visited with Mrs. Dorothy !j on June 3 and is now taking "
carnations, and pom poms. An Waters and son, Roger. Sun- j I executive training for store .
Archway of palms and carna- I' day afternoon enroute home : management with the Winn-

tions with the candelabraand from Wauchula where they 1)i j Dixie Grocery Co. in Jackson- -S.
kneeling bench was most'] had been visiting with Mr. [ tille.i : : .
beautiful I: Waters' brother, Billy Waters i i i Elaine Carter of Green Cove -' .

t Rev. D. D. Ingle, pastor of ]! and family, and his father, I i Springs has returned to her \
r the church performed the I W. B. Waters. home after spending two weeksI
. double-ring candlelight cere- | Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters!I here with Helen North.

I mony. The music was rendered .!i and family Qf Jacksonville ,: Mr. and Mrs. ArdeH Crews

by the church,plan-st and| visited Sunday with Mrs. and daughter, Sarah Mae, of
Mrs. Jane Kelley was solist. i J I i Dorothy Waters and family.: Macclenny had dinner with CANDY I SHOPPE
The bride, an attractive1: ii i I;i I Gwen Roy, and Mitchell i> Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon
Waters of Jacksonville and I
blonde was given in marriage spent( family on Saturday. The
by her father and chose for her ;:i all of last week with their i Cannons visited in Jacksonville -

wedding gown a white taller-j, grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy ; last Monday and Thursday -

ina length lace dress over taffeta I! Waters while their parents with Mr. and Mrs. I. A. ,
I' were on vacation. Bornstein.Mr. .
'I with a sweetheart neck- ;
. Jine. She wore a ballerina veil Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Mrs. Don Use'ton' of
with pearl tiers. The bridal visited in Seville last Saturdaywith Jacksonville visited here with
bouquet was of lilies-of-the I Mrs. Bob Nolan and son, the John Norths last Sir')day. I
Robert. j Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor''
valley and carnations, and was ;! I'i.
centered with a beautiful i' Mrs. Dorothy Waters and ; rare dinner guests of the ;:
white orchid which the bride i son, Roger, and Mrs. Gladys \ John North family on Sunday.

wore as a going away orsage. Copeland and Gwen R-y, and |i Little Miss Cheryl Wilkin-
She Mitchell Waters spent last : for, daughter of Mr. ;'# -' '
Mrs.
chose as her maid oi honor ana .4 : ,, = .._ 'l
Karen Lee Fraser or Jacksonville Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. Oscar Wilkinson celebratedher
who wore a ballerina and Mrs. Joe Ditzslack''I 5th birthday anniversary i e -.': .x

; length silk organza dress over and son, Joe, and their daUgh-1 at the home of her parents ,
] taffeta and her bridesmaid' ter Mrs. Jimmie of Tuesday evening. July 5.
I Was her cousin, Minnie Jacksonville visited Sunday I Eleven children played &amesand *
Hari i, : *
f proves of Maxville. who wore evening with Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed ice cream and I 7 ,
' a pastel lavendar silk organza I! John North and family. cake with Cheryl. -
'f 'dress over Bob Bales had his elbow Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
taffeta
an Junior! Wilkin-//
:
bridesmaid severely bruised in an acciI son and family, Mr.
was Miss Penny
McCaffity of Jacksonville, who I I 1 Gent on June 17th when a'I Winfred Wilkinson. Mrs. Mortis ;, FREE ? : FREE
tfe
wore a pastel yellow silk organza : 'drunk man ran into him at Bell and her nephew Her-! : :4 ;

dress over taffeta. The the corner of Normand/ Blvd. I bie Fraser of Jacksonville( ,!i w 4 ,
flower girl was little Miss'Debbie and Ellis Road. His car was 1 Leonard Wilkinson, Mr. and I IMl'S. j l

May of Gainesville completely demolished but he Harry Bell, Miss Nan''I
niece of the groom, win wore : was lucky enough not to get McPherson, Mr. and Airs C CANDY CANDY

an aqua silk organza dress >! hurt too badly. E. Wilkinson, Sr. and daughter i' f.
over taffeta. The ring bearer Mrs. John North and daugh-i Miss Charlene Wilkinson?!' :
' was little Barry Wilkinson.! ers; have returned home froma and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oliver of .

brother of the bride. Belt man i' week's visit in Noblesville, Jacksonville enjoyed a picnicouting 'Samples _
r
was Charles Pinkerton, ne-I Ind. Indianapolis and Niona at Hampton Lake on I j Samples
phew of the grom. and ushers i Lake as guests of Mr. and July 4. I
were Dell Beerbower Tommy Mrs. Coverdale and family. Mr. and Mrs. J.: C. Nolan I 4t .
Nettle. Stanley Jordou, and :They also attended the gradu- and family attended the stock j
Don Owens. ation exercises for Albert car races in Jacksonville Saturday *
North, a nephew of Mr. North night.
The bride's mother wore a .. _.,.
from the Bloomington. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad-
pink lace dress with a pink
college thaw and son Davie spent
hat and bone white shoes and
-, Misses Jewel North Peggy Saturday night in Jacksonville -, .
gloves. .
Smith, and Violet Burnsed with Mr. and Mrs. Howard !1" ''' ,
: ; : .
After a reception the young pent last Wednesday night Bradshaw and son, Chris. : _____________
couple left on a wedding trip with Miss Patsy Smith in Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coveyof ;, .
on the East Coast and an Jacksonville Jacksonville announce the S : 3 S : ;

now at home at 680,E. 64th Raymond 'Kilgore arrived birth of a son in St. Vincent's k'

Bt. in Jacksonville.NormantiVatere aturday morning from Biloxi, 1 Hospital Saturday, July 8. .
a Miss., where he is stationed 1 Mrs. Covery is the formel Miss -
. A wedding of interest, to a with the U. S. Navy, to take Jeanette Brown, daughter of .- 3't> '

vide circle of friends is that his wife and family back with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of
of Miss Linda Lorraine Waters, him for the rest of the: sum- ]Maxvi le. : =

daughter of Mrs. Dorothy mer vacation. They left for Rev. W. O. Mathis has resigned A Hortle's 'L'OG ROLL
-i -
Waters of Maxville to Richard Biloxi on Sunday morning. as pastor of the Max- I t : ramous

Henry Norman, son of Mr. North-Coverdale Engagement ';ille Baptist Church, effective .
I '. : .
and Mrs. Lewis Norman of Mr. and Mrs. John North October 1. We all hate to see

Highland. The double ring announce the engagement of 1 him leave. WITH; THE PURCHASE OF 10 GALLONS
ceremony was perform Saturday their daughter, Jewel Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brad- .. ":: .

1 morning, June 24, in to David Burton Cover- shaw and son Chris, Mr. and _, OF GAS, OR MORE !
the office of County Judge dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Wendell Dickson and '
.
Burnsed in Macclenny. The Coverdale of Ncfolesvillp, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Mick- "'' fI. :
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bride looked most attractiveIn Dave is now stationed in ier of Jacksonville, and Mr. ;
I
a white semi-forma' dress. Argentina. Newfoundland with and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and

Attending the wedding was the U. S. Navy. He attended son, Davie, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
,
Linda's mother Mrs. Waters, school in Noblesville until Feb. Parrish, and Mr. and Mrs. "
, and Richard's parents Mr. 1958 when he enlisted in the Rudy Higginbotham and chil- -, ;"'
and Mrs. Lewis Norman After Navy and was stationed at dren spent the 4th of July
, a short wedding trip they are Cecil Field NAS until Aprilof with the D. J. Parrish familyat ... ,t..
making their home on Roselle 1960, when he went to Kingsley Lake.
St. in Jacksonville. Mr. Nor- Newfoundland. In #November Miss Mickie Cassidy of Ft. --

man is employed in Jackson- 1960 he was chosen sailor of Lauderdale arrived Sundayfor } '. ,,M.".
rille. Linda was a graduate of] the month for the Flight Sup- I a visit with Mrs. Herbert ,
'
the 1961 class of Baldwin High port Division Operations De- Bevis and son. "

School. I partment for his iniative, military Mrs. Lois Games of Indian .

North-Waters I I appearance, and notion i spoils Ind. is expected to arrive .
On Friday night, June 30,1 to duty. Miss North is a graduate Wednesday for a visit '
at 8:30: p. m. Miss Claudine of Baldwin High School with her daughter, Mrs. Herbert iWO SUNDAES ,
Velma Waters, daughter of class of 1961. The wedding Bevis, and son. Mrs Bevis''' .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waters I II date will be announced later. 'I: son Russell Allen, will also .
I of Alma Ga. became the bride Miss Eleanor Johnson of come along with his grandmother -
of Roger Roswell North son I Jacksonville spent last week- to see his mot.. er.
end here with Miss Shirley FOR THE PRICE Of ONE!
s of Mr. and Mrs. John North I Higginbotham. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kore- 2 FOR'
of Maxville. The wedding was jva of Cecil Field visited Mr.
in the First Bap- Claude North, Arnold Harper
performed and Mrs. Lacey Brown Monday -
tist Church in Folkston, Ga. and Violet Burnsed of evening. Made With Delicious Foremost

by the pastor in the presence Jacksonville enjoyed a trip to i

of the families and a few Ocean Pond Saturday after ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL '. French Ice Cream t .,

f close friends. The bride worea noon. CHURCH KEYSTONE ',.J -. '
white ballerina chiffon dress, Mr. and Mrs. Obed Martin I
over taffeta and a shoulder and son of Brooksville visited Sundays-3:30 a. m. Church t. .

length veil. Her maid of hon here Saturday with Mr. and School 9:30: a. m. Morning <<.
or was her sister, Barbara Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and I Prayer and Sermon 1st Sun- ,?

Davis, and Ray Burned of family. dar Holy Communion]. 6 p
Jacksonville was best man. Mrs. Violet Burned of m. Episcopal Young Church- !
:
The bride is employed by the,Jacksonville spent last week I men.Holy .l Friday Saturday Sunday :::
Southern Bell Telephone Co.' here with Miss Jewel North.' Days 7:30: a. m. Holy :

and the groom is emplojed by Miss Shirley Higgmboth&m Communion. .
an outdoor sign company doing is spending this week with Third Wednesday Parish :'
sheet metal work. lIe is a Miss Eleanor Johnson in Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:3: 3r ;. :

School graduate and of attended Baldwin the High Uni Jacksonville.Mrs.. Sarah. Jane GrIffis' has p.The m. Rev. Millard H. Brey J 1 14 15 1 16 ;:;: i

versity of Florida for oiu year.i returned from the Bradford ogle.. Vicar. < ': u I-y" o ,,( ,. : ,,
Aster a brief weddingrip on County Hospital and is recuperating 'tF :" :
the East Coast they are at at the home of her r !. Tk CoaBty Judge'. Court r ',
home to their friends at 2150 I' son-in-law and daughter, Of Bradford Coaatr, Florid. <1.<......;....y..,. .'.. ."
la ProbateIn -"i"r' ::- 'iii 1. 0'i
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Post St.Miscellaneous. I and Mrs. Dewey McPherson.Mr. Re: Estate of Arthur Waiter i ?/
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Shower i and Mrs. Georgia Hurst NOTICE Swanbom TO Deceased.CREDITORSAll :; 1) '.. ;. ;1t,.-. :S' '. s { Z.j t ..
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of Dinsmore visited here Friday #'
Miss Minnie Hargroves and persons having claim or .! .J.' .\., .' ; .>- J._ ._., .t : t'i c1' 0\
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Dewey McPherson. required to file their claims in 1 ,
with miscellaneous showerat ::' ; it "
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the office of the County Judge "
Claude and Jewel North and ; >- 'V
the home of Miss Hargrovesin of Biadford County, Florida, i ,' T" j". .
Violet Burnsed last at "' FOR: : HIWAY 301: .
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honor of Mrs. Donati' Jerkins spent the County Court House a : LOOK .ur.S <
Monday at Kingsley Lake with] Starke. Florida, within eight A
recent bride-elect: Games calendar months from the dat :
Miss Patty Parrish. of the first publication of thi 'z } MILE SOUTH OF LAWT E Y
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were \and prizes were : THEYELLOW.RopF
notice or the same will become : -
awarded to Hazel Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman void according: to law. This July .
and children have returned 1. 1961. t
Caaael Pinkerton Addie Grif' ::
First publication: July C,
fs; and Mildred McCaffity; home from a several days visit 1961.Dorothy .

attar which the gifts wereJjrpugnt with :Mrs. Coleman's parents, Administratrix Agnes of Swanbom the Estat \ -
to, a basket decorated :Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Giddens in of Arthur Walter Swanbom .. .
in blue crepe paper with Winter Haven. deceased.Hollis V. Knight.
yew bows. Cake and.punch The Manville Baptist Sun- Starke Florida.
for Administratrix
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leaves the answer is obvious. weed growth and give the gar- Feed Grain Money .Program eount 'as earnings In the earnings they report',I II Spann said that feed grain |II report this income to his of-I or Injury'fliciirfetf-or aggravated

t'' Go For whitefly control, .Entomologist .den a. neat, appearance. The under'the social' security law. on their'-income tax leturns. ']!payments and other earnings ice now'and'arrange,) Tiave '- in line .of "duty' during

'es James Brogdon crotalaria will produce can- ToTBeTreatecl 'As He said that the grain- pay- i Through their tax returns, I would.not, however,,prevent a checks withheld about the -active service.
with the Agricultural Extension opy of blossoms this alL Soil Bank Payments I farmers I these farmers pay the social| fanner from getting his benefit time they will be getting the Veterans Administration .of
ments to self-employed -
aardethng Service, says use a mala- If you plant cowpeas be 'I security tax and get earnings '. check for any month in which feed grain program pa:;aients. ficials have announced that

thion spray. Mix 2 teaspoonsof sure to choose a nematode- For social security purposes, I like soil bank payments, I II :I t credited.,to their individual: | he does not render substantial j jI :; Otherwise, Spann said the this program, originally called

57 percent emul&'fiablemalatbion ; resistant varitey such as Ironor payments'that-Bradford Coun- hrtilcount' "as eatrifnge'from_ social security accounts. I service in selfemploymentand !. benefit checks might have to I the War Orphans' .Education
t. per gallon'of water. Brabham. ; farming. Farm landlords who :does not than be withheld at a time when Assistance 'Program, was
earn more "
>By Hervey Shdrpe !!I; 1 r Forlhe retired farmer whois .
farmers mill ;receive '
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molds ty area 1 the farmer did not hav other amended by Congress to include -
of
Sooty on leaves :, in cash
Florida Agricultural Summer Chores' I have all or. part of theL- acreage already getting old-age in- $100 wages.
as part of the new Federal]I those children whose deceased -
:ornamentals is associated income.
Extension Service Two chores which cannot'be I',' rented out'but"whCl materially i j Isurance I benefits payments I Mr. Spann invited letired
with .white ies. The unslightly avoided during hot weatherare feed grain, payments. like participate in. the .' from the feed grain program armers who want to know .. parent had'ser'ed 'in
festoons black smut Is a fungus that mowing the lawn and treated as ebil bankvpaymentsj I : i will also count as earnings, : exactly how feed grain pay- ; War Orphans the period Just before ov after
Spanish moss of re-minded ;:World War-II; and since the
often thrives on excretions from .hearing the'hedge.Both jobs according:: John Wi Epann Mr. Spann said. If total feed ments will affect benefits this 'May Qualify For
tree beauty- 'becomes Korean Conflict with no service -
pest in shade and fruit trees. immature whiteflies, aphids, have to be tackled when plant Jr., manager of the }Games-.'J I lede grain ijayments, like j grain payments he receives year to visit or telephone his i.
!'i in actual war periods.
The beaids'o mealybugs and soft scales. growth 'demands it. ville socifd\ ,security office- their shares of soil) tame pay.ments -;i j this year, plus other ne: earnings office. He said that some Educational Aid I
swaying grey : Controlling the insects usually statement -, will count mtng.; from who get- II Full information on any
the air plant add agefc! trees Lawn grass allowed to grow j Mr. Spaim made this .I as I self-employment farmers are already I
prevents the'black mold. ,.social and ,from social benefits, Children of deceased peacetime ; phase of the program may be
causing them to die before too tall is likely to go to seed. in --questions|- or security purposes.Farm ;, wages employment ting security
The ladies' long-standing Also.'delayed cutting will leave j being asfced"bylocal ..Tanners i' operators and{mater- &remore. than. $1.200luring and therefore, may have some veterans may be eligible obtained from any VA office,
their time. The d'\ not ,
moss es
cure for sooty mold is a frequent a harmful layer of clippings,. who want to know whether i jallyiparticlpating: {farm 'landlords '1961, the farmer may not re- checks withheld because of for Orphans' Educational Assistance according to J. 'E. Gum offer !-
kill by feeding on trees but by
out the 'life- dash of soapy dish i that may shade the remaining{i payments under President Mr. Spann said,;should '-eive all of his social security extra earnings under t.,s feed providing that; their In, charge of the. Gainesville -
choking glvtng '
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sun light. 'I water. Men prefer 'to a e.an. :eaves. If the clippings are re- .Kennedy 1961 Feed Grain jiclude feed grain payments checks for this yea.. Mr.. grain.... program may want to .veteran-parent. died of--disease-- -'offi' e: .
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oil emulsion spray ration: (! -- .t r' -; .. .
To banish the unwanted moved to prevent choking i i j I
,on't apply oil sprays to tender -
member of the pineapple fam- I and shading the lawn is deprived -!, !
:! plants if the tempsiakire BLUE tlBBON :BEEF: SAtE
of organic matter it
'ly drench it with a Bordeaux Is above 85 degrees. :.

mixture. Make the spray by Hopping insects, to keep an I should receive. .
mixing 6 pounds of copper eye peeled for are Georgia i Sheared hedges which are : I .

sulphate or blue stone and 2 thumpers [grasshopper'], katydids allowed to become shaggy before 1r -

pounds of lime in 100 gallons and field crickets. being clipped must be c

of water. These pests are leaf chewers. pruned extensively. Therefore 'CHUcK ,
Don't expect the moss to Some of these are night eat- arge stems are cut ant1 bare "

drop from the trees the day ers. They hide in the giound areas show. on the hedge sur-'

.1. after spraying for It may mulch by-day: ,and rasp away face. The best answer, to
take a couple of years for on the ornamentals by night. trimming, hedges and mowing

tough strands wire-ike' Chlordane will kill the hop- lawns during the summer Is lit

bers of the plant to become pers along with several kinds to tackle the job often and ,
brittle enough to fall. For a of beetles. Spray the groundas trim a little at a time.

quicker riddance, twist cut the well as the plant for com- Broad leaved evergreen ROASI -

moss by using a hook attached plete control. shrubs and trees need a sum- ,
to a long fishing cane. Summer is lay-by time for mer shot of fertilizer. Azaleas :

Insect Control many gardeners. That is, let camellias, oranges, mangos .
Whiteflies if they reproduce part of the garden area rest. and many'other ornamentalscome

according to schedule will Rather than let the sun bleach in this class.'Use'a'pomplete .
soon become a problem on the ,jBoil.into sand -dune mixed -fertilizer BLUE RIBBON HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF

gardenias, ligustrums and oth- plant.the plot to a cover.crop.A and spread it'thin y'over 01 t 's

er ornamentals way of legume cover will increase thesoil surfacefrom* *boithalfway" .. r e
checking for an infestation the nitrogen supply the-soil. ,into:the trunk'to -ftiew RIB ROAST GROUND CHUCK to ,
build-up Is to shake a limb ofa rotalaria or eowpeas aic'two feet beyond, the :tfoilage Yi Y1Qy S'Q

suspected plant. If a cloudof excellent .summer green- drip. Rake "the:1>lant'f od Jn-' Wal u St. ,. u tin

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.ivtrvTiv q'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVyVYYYVYYYYY., continue Monday through Friday the .dinner, officers for _Jhet I
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until July -21. That evening -I coming, year 'were installed. j i Keystone Council>> Ad6'sBtig t; A. C. Holt, Minister

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : there will be a fin fry i Piloting the club next year'' Mrs. J. 'L. Hetherinjten

arid awards night so reserve I will be: President, Lewis Muir; '
I I.t Organist and Choir Director..
I that date for some good eating Vice President: Ralph Crawford -
By Mary K. Schaeffer : Boosts New 1 1jTo 13MiUs .Sunday School. 8:45: a. In.
'. .' and: entertainment. : Secretary Tr surer. 1 : Morning Worship, 10 a. 'in.
'L&L'AA AAIAAAAIAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi' Entertain Church Group I Myron Prevatt; and board L

;:I .. I Sunday afternoon M/. and i members E T. }'Martin. Bill ___ 'CHtRCHKEtSf
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Keystone 111gb School News the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'i e' "' :- *-
.' ,II Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr.. entertained Baker. Rev. Bill Bnafogle, : 'In'a 'lengthy, fIve3ioiir; "hew'city 'j il.'PaTk 'urprove- ONE HEIGHTS
"we hear from H. A. Sprow Joseph Wildt on Keystone '
j a group of young peo- John Bird Ralph Crawford, (I''meeting 'Tu' Sd y rifgiit "th'e 'J: ients.'and wage incte: s s 1for t I: J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph
enjoyed i
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principal Keystone Heights : ,
School both school oe'tizers, the first couise of ple from St. \vf1llam's Church Alex .Brpkas and Lindsay ;'Keystone Heights Cbiihcfl i 's'et public works ''employees. .- \?_ '4'r Copeland, Minister 'bf Music
grammar
and their families at a picnic Walker. the town's 1961-62 -budget,at Present -properfty 'valuation r '
l their meal. ''Second 'stop -was nd church organist.
hjgh that the
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; at their home on Lake Geneva. Highlights: of the evening'was 39,380 (fan Increase- f around: in ''Keystone Heights is just L i&ervitts SondaySchdol
&toi ic Indians will be one of lhe Richard Sunderland:! home :
The youngsters were membersof t the: presentation of a $7.060 'over last year totall] 'over a million dollars [around L -1t : 10:50
had salad. At the I. b. m. Morning Worship, :
best-dressed football where they a _
thej teams in this area. They' John W. Warren home they a religious instruction class. i trophy to Rotafian WatlyMuh&ofer and hiked'tax ftUlage i from"11 '?7iOflO'fjersdhal; -pfoiJeftyarid _ ..' :': ." *. m. Training Union 7:00 ,p.m. .

yjll have jerseys;:' riad tea and rolls. The main.I Despite the rain it was a nice I. 'arid -ihe awardingof to !taills. $985,00(> real e.t-ate!.. Evening services 8:00: p.
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and\new game consisting of spaghetti; afternoon for all. with swim-'I the 'title "of 'llotarian of The vbte'to'mcretiSe i "inillage 'In other action Tuesday : lq fa. You are invited to share
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practice jersib.p. course '
; ming eating and plenty of :.he year"lo; go with it. The vas? %narilnious, with pur higrit: : family Prayer time with us.
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Sprow would L'ke tot i was served at the > -
lively conversation. Those par- "-rophy was presented by -outgoing rbuncilinenpresent.rG:E. Wig- BMs on timber sales at the
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have the\ some volunteers to mow : and dessert Mrs.at Lindsay the home Walkei.of Mr. ticipating included Mrs Harold president Ralph Craw-: gins; fifth nie"mber, was "prebentrduring Airpark,,,wVre opened) ,..and the y J'4 _.'',, ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
football field. The _
grass and Mrs. John Bird. Sutton, Nancy Button Lee I, iord: to Rotarian Muhlhofer, in 'the earlier hoursof ,'high bW.of $1,932from.B.. T. 'S ; t't.j CHURCH KEYSTONE
will much
spread and thicken the :.: Sutton, Alec Livingston, Mrs. ;I appreciatin of all the 'many the budget 'me tt 1g. 'but Thomas',Lumber Co.-() .Starke : 'x'a' : Sundays::00 'a. 'm. Church
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faster if it is mowed. ,o Following meat
; you Lena Clemens. John ana George -I nerhaps 'Un unnoticed duties !' ieft before !final Sctlov 'was was accepted, sub"je"ct to Federal School 9:30: a., m.. Morning. .
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Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Everett I, performed by him. taken: before ''adjb irime t,,at Aviation Agency approval- 'Prayer and Sermon list and
{him this week. i Chaperones were Bill Baker.'Bill .Fox: 'and children Mr. and'' The Rotarians have mother 12:45: a.'m.Gtwing 'Permission rfdr use"'of gas- F- I : 3rd Sundays Holy Cominunion -
The roof is now on the: ex- the driver Mrs. Baker.
Mrs. Charlie McGlave and :: years had: two fish-fries toI'defray'the needs of Reynolds and Miss Li!& Williams -
temi9n to the main building, .
children Mr. and Mrs.'Uerbert! expense of swimming munity, plus added appeals ':ienied Keystone Beach Inc. Young Churchmen.
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and things are"moving right i Education, 'director at the Community Nelson and Herbie JMr.. :. Sfiucti ns. Thi' year, : from various town groups for on grounds that this represented "S 7 ,' .k 4 Holy Days 7:30: a. m. fooly

along.. i' Church. ; and Mrs. George Schaeffer :i they are going to have just mproved services and .fad1es. !- I ''8, potential safety haz- -- ------- M Communion.

Next week, we will probably and children and Miss Anna I I onev- real bang-up one-onJuly21. were cited'by "councilmenis Third Wednesday Parish

have announcements concerning Boys and girls David who Sander-eijoyedthis .,! McCullough. It is 'hoped 'that & reasons for the.tax'Increase j i ard.After a lengthy debate it STEVE PAVLIK I Covered Dish Supper, '6:30: .TX

a new sixth grade teacher, I, party were 'I i Lions Hold Ladles' Night; everyone will plan to s. ..end. i j Included in the'new'budget was decided to defer any action '

arid a new home economics: I Gaunt'and Helen Steve Lambert.Shacklefoid.Lynne Jo ':I I Install New Officers Duplicate Results" I!I' were funds for a new.citY hall, on a beer sales ordinance Ilk Framed in a bower of towt>ring'w-nato vines, Steve Pav :m.The '1 ev. Millaro H. !k-

teacher. On 10 Winners Duplicate Bridge beams approval of Florida a a retirement home for..peo ogle Vicar.
Monday evening July an additional full-time policeman : until after approval cf the I :
Thom, Jr.,
The county office has given t Wildt Carol Ralph Warren. John Reid. I, the Lions Club of Keystone : iasl week "!were: Phelps and city participation "in the I new charter which includes pie who want an active outdoor life after they give 'up.their i i

as a'new tape-recorder, some : : Heights held their legular Ketchum first; Bryan and county's plan for a''5.000 book provisions for beer saiej con- regular jobs. TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Williams, Linda Hill. !
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microscopes, and a new I Carol monthly dinner meeting at : Givens, second j.and Mickle library branch at Keystone a I trol. CHuRCH MELROSfe
Julie Walker Bakei Kay
prSjeef&r. The school will be i : the Masonic Hall but this and Grayson tied with Davie Finds Florida Climate Gb -d Sundays -10 a. In. Churci|
Mike Zike. Tom-
Sunderland. : and Lu Nelson for third place. Public iast weekend to visit a sisterof School. 11:45 Morning
eq fpped with a TV thu year time ladies were their guests : HearingOn l : a. m.,

too. So the boys and girls will ;: my Jean Bird Morris.Dianne Anita Austin McGivern Jane, !i for the evening. Aftera delicious :r I Week before last Givens New CharterSet Mrs. Grinerwho is in St.Joseph's .I For Tomatoes KhWmatism I Prayer and Sermon I First

have plently of audiovisualeducation. :, dinner prepared by :I and Bryan were high scorers; Hospital I Sunday, Holy Communion
I :McMurtry Buster Bake:, Carol members of the Junior Wo-I,i Rutherford and Allen were For Friday Mrs. Harry Jackson is in "I was a nervous wreck" Is'i Rheumatism Cured ;p. m. Episcopal Young Church

'!.tr Sprow and Coach Stephenson, Patricia MscMil- I,j man's Club, installation of I second high; while Davie and i Orlando with her son-in-law the way Steve Pavlik describestion It is the abundant sunshine I men.
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( jess are grateful to Lew Hard- lan McGlave.Gary Cooper and Cathy I'I[ new officers was held. Outgoing : Cook held third. i A public hearing on the and daughter Mr. and Mrs. when retirement suddenlyhis I that Mr. Pavlik credits with.I Holy Days 10 a. 'm., Holy

age of Melrose who have been president Darrell Davis : Public County Library Service! proposed new charter for Keystone (i A W. Sikes. mental and physical condi- an "extra added bonus"-per-:Communion.

suclra help in getting tu3 field. Party For VLsito I, intoduced Bill Beam who con- ; In Making For Clay County j Heights will be neld at Chris Spires is at Camp ended a long and active career haps I the best dividend of all.i The Rev. Mlllard 'If. 'BreV-

in"shape. In fact it was' he On Thursday July 6. Mrs. ducted the first part of the A large delegation 6f men I 7:30: p. m. Friday, July 14, in i i Weed where he is one of the and condemned him to monthsof I from his new way of life. In I I fogle Vicar.

who"'got the sprigs of grass I Bill Few entertained vith a installation. President Charlie : and women braved the ele- the Fire Station, it was an- i counselors for St. Luke. indoor inactivity during the the North he suffered constantly -

from Florida Field in Gaines- cook-out and swimming party 'McGlave: Secretary Joseph I ments to attend the Clay ; noun ed following the regular Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Eayburn cold Illinois winters. from rheumatism. "I had to I Faith Presbyterian

'iPc.. Mr. Hardage is a letired for her sister Miss Jea Morris Wildt; and Treasurer George I Counts Commissioners meeting -,: council meeting Tuesday'' and son, Tommy and Mrs. His wife Betty neartily rub him sometimes as muchas Church Melrose
:; a visitor from Risswell in Green Cove night. Rayburn's mother Mr3. Flor- agrees. "He just walked from five "
Springs times
coll ge' football coach, Having !I Massa were installed by Lion I ( a day, says Bet-: Sunday services Church
coached at the University. of i Ga. Party guests included I( Beam. The second part of the Monday morning. Represent-I The public is invited to attend ence Jackson of Gainesville one window to the other, look- ty. But-since coming to Florida;School 9:45 a. in. Morning

Florida for some years. I! Carol. Ricky. and Johnny installation was conducted by I atives formOrange Park- Doc- < the hearing for the pur- visited friends in Melrose re- ing out like a caged animal,",i (Chamber of Commerce, please,Worship 11 a. )n. "Rev. Barnes

1'punff People Enjoy I Warren, Kay Sunderlard, and I Lion Gene Williams, who installed tor's Inlet Middleburg Key-] pose of discussing any pro- cently. she added. "His restlesness was I!!note), he hasn't been troubleby R. Neale Jr., pastor.

"',aipper And Hayride Margaret Pater. Out 01' town : board members O. B. stone Heights, and Green Cove I posed changes the c iarter.A Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard and driving both of us crazy." rheumatism at all.

jt guests included Ann and i i Lawrence and:: Bill Beam Tail Springs were there. referendum on the charter son Alan of Newberry visited Then this hearty, healthy, ac-' Soon 'after ,coming to this I

A,group of youngsters under Kathy Pickens of Fayetteville Twister George Schaeffer and : Mrs. Emery Cooper Library I will be held Tuesday July 18, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ca on. tive,68-year-old. who was born I i country, Mr./Pavlik'! went toj I, THE RIGHT POINT for t"beway

the sponsorship of the Com- t( N. C., Dianne McGivn of ![ Lion-Tamer Koon Wil on. !1 Chairman for Green Cove ;, at which time voters will register Mrs.. Evan Spires and sons, in Czechoslovakia and came to work 'with the Libbey-Owen.' you wrft*. Come In ;nd

niunity Church enjoyed a New Castle, Pa., and Kathy It was announced that the I Springs Woman's Club and a ; their aproval .or ,diSap- and Mrs. Freddy Friesch and the U. S. in 1927, decided to'Ford Glass Company in Ottawa !select your'-favoriteEsf El-

nov r:.progressive-type supper'anva Whelan of New Jersey. | lighting of the football field member of the Keystone proval. children visited Mr. and Mrs.A. look around and see what the ill., and -stayed with the;; BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

hay ride last Fridayeyen Rain Fails To Dampen i| is now paid for. It was also ; Heights Woman's Club was I Ii C. Spires. rest of the world had to offer.. company 31 years until his re-'''GRAPH. ( .S&-t ,t t.r- !

ing. In a truck driven by Swimmers' Enthusiasm ;| announced that the darce at :i spokesman for the group and i vyvy ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyMLROSE 1 Miss Sharon Henderson of He came to Florida in February tireme'nt 'in 1959. After 'so;,

Bill! Baker, the group lode to Monday morning 216 per- j i the Pavilion on Saturday explained the plans cf the i Jacksonville visited Mr and :: 1960 saw flowers blooming many years of activity, he! INSURANC.EAutoFireCsua1ty

j I sons registered for the annual evening was a financial suc 'I Joint Library Committees. Aj i ii i Mrs Walter Addison am fam- and heard birds singing.' 'found it unbearable: "to be shut' '

,. .., I Swimming School spo.iSored : cess. It was sponsored jointly.i Main Depsitory Library would ily.Betty Quick Decision i up in the house from early fall: Bonds and Allied IM&
by the Keystone Rotary Club by the Lions and the Junior ,I be established in Green Cove I By Airs. Alice Rotbhammer5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : Price, Nail left June "This is for me," said Steve until ;spring. .4I I

WILLIAMSj I 'and they did so in the rain. i I Woman's Club.Hostesses l.'Springs ''with' branch libraries' 24th for ifurenburgr; Germany, Pavlik.. lie called his wife back Finds; USJmbrlS '!Reynolds .Insurance.

We wonder how many would for the evening in Orange Park Middl burg. where she joined her husband, home in Illinois and told her I I I The Pavliks do.a lot ofalk-;' i A'repO': i-:

E w E L.R Y have been on hand >iad it ,, were Mrs. Bill Scales. Mrs. and Keystone Heights. A Mr. and Mrs. Grady Camp- FvJ; Kelly-' Nail. They will, be he was buying, house in Flori ing, and declare it's wonderfulexercise. *W. L. ReyifoMs
Bookmobile abroad 15 months stationed aiRegenburg. da.. It wAS Wright with her-
Countyowned '
been sunny! Carl Darden, Mrs. Chanie McGlave. I bell of Columbus, Terin. and St'eve'tdms oiit 'every; Ph. 2442 21701
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a wATclm -DIA [O S ;, We were happy to lea.n that Mrs. George :Massa, would serve Penney Farms, daughter Gainor, of Nashville He is in '619th anything tog: hintuway from I morning for a stroll around the( Key FUu
stone.-Height
I i a number of adults have regis- i 1 and Miss Babara Soutnwell. '' Kingsley Lake Belmore District Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Gable Engr. Co. thdse: windows, she says. neighborhood, 'Stopping: every!. > t I' .. ....
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REPAIRSAll : tered, so perhaps our little ,, Rotary Ladies Night and Clay Hill on regu- Campbell and three children Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and Today, Steve and Betty Pav'now knd then to pick mushrooms ',

Work Guaranteed : plug last week did some good. And InstallationI lIar, days. '; and Mr. andMrs. G. Campbell children of Jacksonville' spent, ilk .are.; happily\ occupying thehoiefleiou'flron which he finds in the,j

A. C. Williams I YMCA instructors Lynn On The Clay County Commissioners -!"arid son of ;Miami, Mrslina' a week with ''Mrs. Ferguson's that quick dewyigrass under the big oaks i Mlf 'Uft'CARPET
J.mef
[ Thursday evening, '
; voted unanimously' tb1, of ; 'Herman mother, .irsH, A. 'Ba intt. decision- n attractive, comfortable --
Self Gainesville Mrs. along Church "and
Chefty!
142 'V. Call St. Jamison Fred Ashwortn, Tol 29, the Keystone Heights Rotary -
I I establish a County Public McGuire. and Mrs. Pascal Mrs. Molly Price visited the.. cottage at 635 N. Streets. I
Starke Fla. started Parkman regular and Edgar class-work Rawls f Ladies Club held their annual braity Service. Li-I' Carr and son were 'I cent J. L.Prices for a few days last Church 'Street: :'where the well- 'They're wonderful eating-' (GOLf
Night and dinner meetIng -
I. I The Women's Clubs of week.. kept lawn, and shrubbery, colorful -but '
guests of Mr.'and Mr:; D. B. be sureyoupiek: the iigM'kind.
Tuesday morning. Classes will I _in the Masonic Hal After I
I stone Heights, Orange Park. Mrs. Alice Rothhamrrer and flower beds and laden "
n I Campbell.Mrs. cautions Betty The edible -
and Green'Cove Springs were | V. V. Crawl y, ;Mrs. Miss 'Carol -Rbthhammer returned tdmato V1ne tare Proof'aplenty mushrooms are white, flecked -: Lawrence Boulevard

i iI the. sponsors for this Clay | Whitey Eland, and Mrt>. Joe .to -Tuisa. Okla. with that-Steve has been taking advantage with 'brown on top, 'and, Keystone freights
I ::KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MftROSE County Library Service. However : Step visited Mrs. Crawley's Miss Joyce Rothhammerr' and of the Florida outdoor pink underneath. Mrs. Pavlik\

in the last 'tWo mdnths, father, B. Weeks 'in'Ft'..'Wal- 'her sister, Mrs. Mangy Beach.' life.The uses them in soups with steak:i NOW OPEN

many other organization have &ion: Beach. They plan. to return home Pavliks like everythingabout and even adds them to scrambled ,

\ joined these women in their i i I Mr. and Mrs. Russell'Wood-j Saturday.: their new hpme-they eggs. .;: o

I BUSINESS I DIRECTORY efforts. !! ard of Eureka recently visited !Clyae< :Baker and family of like the town, they like their I But Steve is .proudest of all,:'
-9 The Library Chairmen who RichmOnd Va. were weekend friendly neighbors and-most: WEEK DAYS
I Mr. and Mrs. Dock TUon.; ,perhaps, of his tomatoes. Someof
._ ____._u__ gave; much of their time and I Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Williams visitors at the home of his,' of all. they like the Florida!I the staked-up vines react 'a'' 10:00 A. M. Noon
I worked untiringly to accomplish -! the '4th fishing 'mother, Mrs.'J. C. Tucker.I climate. !, iei .
spent 'f
'height of seven eigHt ,
pr
APPLIANCE SERVICE |HARDWARE I'REAL ESTATE ob ilm: .1\1.
forward DaplleateBes1ts
this step are i the Suwanriee River. Gornto the ''Fourth of and tomatoes weighing, at-least1

Wheeler Service Co.;. Brooklyn ,C.:: J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR ;, Mrs. Floirda Lord Orange ; Mrs. Charlotte Pelham is The following were: winners July at Spent'Horse Shoe as theguests a pound ar8..n.oUting.imt 'Of the Wo !Ydl 1',J..J..L1'1. '
Park; Mrs. John Bird. Keystone I with Mrs. Lee Parker in the Melrose Delicate fbrTuVgarden. \ .
Service: TV, WasherjAppU i fctaymg of W. C. Burnts of ordinary 4 '
We, Supply House :
4 1st
Heights; and Mrs. Bridge Club on July : SUNDAYS
after brief stay in the hos '
a ,
Ele<. Repairs, Ete.. I VAR-TUNG; PAINTS REAL ESTATE Emery Cooper Chairman of : : place Mrs. Roland Bryan and Grandin. "flhInowuiirer like this": ] ... ', 1

GRanite 5-2401, Melrose. MORTGAGES APPRAISALS Green Cove Springs Library, pital. Pat 'Ral Is spending I I Miss Ina .Hlllyer; 2nd place.I Mrs. Ethel .Brachman left says Mr. Pavlik, "buSy.n. ; w- ,3:00 '6:00 ;'P.:lU. ;
|| (Save thU ad Worth $1 on I Outside House Paint Keystone Heights, Phone 4297' Miss y Sunday for a two-wee visit grubbing his garden instead lot
but of Lake Geneva. few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rubye Oxford ano Mrs, 7IbOP.I.George: f
Mildew Resistant -- a his '
son-in-law and rheumatism.
Hervieecall her lubfaing
with
next ) I ;
Short Course SpeakerMrs. tied with Mrs. W.
Armond in Jacks nvUle. Paley Boyd I .
A. -
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SPECIAL GALLON J.
$4.95 .
U1IIT-1 ad to customer Winifred H. i daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
31t-lroSt-.1 Keystone Heights Phone 2741Odom's I Emery H. COop and : Mrs. John Griner and son, E. Moore and Mrs. ,alter there''I' i THE RWHT-FOltNT>> for the LiiPROPRIETOR
$t\\"H'ID Keystone i I I CRAWFORDKeg. Mrs. Ray Cook will attend i I W. J. Griner. went to Tampa Grolich; '3rd place Mrs. Val' Baylis of Perry. While way you write. Come in and I
J"e Service Both Area&ALT I he Home Demonstration Givens and Mrs. Dottie Scully.'I'' Mrs. Brachman will attend a
,
Hardware I Real Estate'"Broker elect your favorite ESTER-
GUARANTEED!
: WORK Short Course at the Un'versltyof I i come to keystone in a while family reunion. i I BROOK Foon&m Pen. TELE-j\

'Servicing Since 1947 i & Supply Lake Properties Acreage Florida in Gainesvi'le representing -i i are Mrs. Jonni StuckesandI flyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'GRANDIN I Mrs. Warren Brantley and GRAPH. .. .. ... ..
I II Ranches Business City
her Bobbie R'denour # :.a
the stone daughter Janie ana her son t
Kfej
HARDWARE PAI'TCtmtni I I
I APPLIANCES V i Homes Rentals Heights Lake Geneva McRae mother Mrs. Grace Smith. have returned to their home in1}I
Blocks Red Mix "We Take A Personal InterestIn ::: ,
Redfearn'sAppliances ; Cement Your group. Mrs. Cooper will be ona The Stuckeys 'and Mrs. Smith Grandin' after spending ashort ,
Requirements"Midway
I Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils : Keystone Heights -I panel Tuesday morning. I I are from Jacksonville. As far ,,By" Mrs.' -- Rebecca Brantley vacation in Jemstsville, '
Now It's For Real i as she knows Ms. Stuekey I Is .'
Meter Service Melrose I J.J.J.J.A A AAALAAAAA LA ALAL I S.C.Mr.
HOTPOINT APPLIANCESMaytag I Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 Hiway 21-Open SundaysGR -. I i The boys who belonged toWalker's not elated or acquainted with and. Mrs. Jerry Schu- I IVI1iA
Washers and Dryers 5- 981 : Boys Bowling Team the other Stuckeys who lived Mrs. Betty "Williams and man of Savannah. Ga. have :.oV ""

Zenith TV'. LUMBER I who bowled in the Boys' Lea- here some years ago. Mrs. daighter, 'Jenifer, of Athens I been visiting.' Mrs. SChuman's'!

SERVICE: ON ALL MAKES !. RESTAURANTLawrence's I gue evey rSatuay morning this Stuckey's husband is Major Ga.are'spending several weeks I mother Mrs. R. L. Kennedy

Xer6cne Heights. Phone 4252!''I. San Lebrydo past winter,.have finally come Blake Stuekey a Marine flier ; with Mrs. William's father R. at her home in Grand, for' ,

; Lumber Co. Dinette up''Ithth" trophy. They'E d presently sfallone '
JBOATS We Specialize in CustomCut Short Orders Sandwiches to have a roll-off due to an xent. The Stuckey-Smith trio Grandin. I 'Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seigler'of

11 Bottled and Draught Beers error in someone's figuring of.a is currently running the con- During the morning worship Grandin announce the ,
I
The. BOAT Barn Extra Lengths Sundays Too- d Mondays handicap. But now it's certain -1 session at Keystone Beach. I hour at Paran'Church.. a quintet -I birth of a daughter whom "
Materials fecli-
Thbmas
Jefferson desilriW 1W Cajfto't
Kitchen Open 11 \. M.-9 P. M. and these boys were tops Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. EmeryH. composed Jimmy Rye they'have named Debra Ann. 'at

MELROSE GR 5.2701 Cement Mortar Mix- Keystone Height, ., Fla.. m the League. Team members Cooper,'and "Mr. and Mrs. ,; Edward Vafries David Rye I I We are pleased to nntc tiiat md d an3 ffs Kfam 'ieetion was completed in 1798.

Sheet Rock were David Schaeffer Jimmy Henry Mickle were in Green i Melvin Cmnl1U1d Don, David Rye has ,been released' It was here where Aaron Barr. was tried for tt&.

EV1NRUDE Mill on Hrw.Phone 21 at 43 Mlddkburr RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN McMurtry and Joe Beker. ,: Cove Springs Monday 'attendIng ,'Seigler sang a beautiful: mom Doctor's Hospital, where'he son. Here Robert E. T.& -was' 'named colnraaiTd'er

SALES & Personals the Clay County Cormnla-1;, :rendition of/-rile Old Rugged has been receiving jeat- !I of the Confederate' fot es. The '<; ntecferat CO -

SERVICE 3IILLWORK White Top Drive-In Ann and Kathy: Pick'!ns of sioners' meettof. ; Cross." MrsTB. J. AWcrman] ment for third degree burns | grth; met here from 1862, until final l adjournment.A .
"1\ Good Plao To Eat"DinnersSandwiches Fayetteville N. C. are guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Kirby !: r.ccompan1ed'them.. at the pi- I II
as the result of too much fan>ous.. statue r6f George \Vasn1hgC6nf by esn
Keystone their aunt and uncle. Lt. : and two children from Anniston -' '
I ; 'mo.Mi I Fourth of July sunshine. I, Antoine Houdon.. t'tjUin.. the Capitol rotunda.
-- Cmdr. and Mrs. Calvin Lee on ; Ala. arrived .Sunday ; 'and .Mrs. Vandess Anderson -
Millwork Shop Cold Beer Onion Rings j Mr. and Mrs.E M-TuraVlo of : Tota-ists! enjoy the i Columbia ,
Order Lakeview Drive. mornning to visit "Mr.: and of Miss. I
ITLORIST.. CABINETS DOORS Take Out After 6' P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tol- Mrs. Darrell'Davis"and family.Mrs.'ais'and .|! have returned to their home, Johnson R. L were caling on' ferson Davis lived, during the Civil War, the Lee '

WINDOW FRAMES Curb Service To Mldaite ford and son Frank have returned Mrs. K'ity are ,i,after spend1i1g'several weeksin i! friends in Grandin last Satur-1 Hodse, Edgar Allen Voe S Itt a'nd r St. John's
(dna Williams.nORISTuRSERY Open 11 A. M. day. For the past we** the -
\ SCREENS i, from "a week at Key sisters. Another sister, Mrs. : Grartdin, where they visit- Ch&ch where'fcrtrie'k tfenry's M, "GiVe me liberty(
\. Rt. 21 Between Keystone *"' Turaldos have been visiting:
I Trim Materials \ West where they 'enloy'pd the Gerline Almond 'an'! her I IJatighter. 1 ed Mrs. Anderson' bit therI j I I or give-me"death!'
Mrs. Turaldo's mother aid sisters -
I FLOWERS Sash Made To Order Melrose I sunshine scenery 'and surf. who h -bee"" visit-I Tn-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. !I

f For All Occasions Keystone Heights WELL DRILLING j Prior to this trip. Mrs. Tolf ord rag-with the Davis famly. left i R. L. Kennedy.: i:I in :Florahome. : TE KEYSTONE lANKA

1Jeht8e Phone: GR 5-2331 -I : :and Frank had spent 'a 'weekat 'for her home In Anniston''i! ,Mr. and Mrs. John Allen i, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Br&ntley ,

'- -,... PACKAGE STORE WELL DRILLINGS Carbondale HL'where they Sunday -afternoon.We I Blount and baby of Palatka ':: and family attended a Bee :: ,

:gAS-BOTTLED 1PSSERVICE visited a-girlhood timid 'of were sorry to hear that : were calling on relatives; in Convention at the Universityof :

(Mteystone Gas Co. Shau ghnessy's ,I Mrs. Tolford's.] Trom.Iffiribis_ Mrs. Vesta Aiken fell Saturday: :,I Grandin Sunday aft Inoon. Florida last Friday I II B R Y..D.t. .

PACKAGE STORE they flew to Key West where t evening and fractured two Mr. Blount was in charge of Our pastor has inforr.ied us I A FnenctJy nk In 'Frle aly:1Cmmunlt: ,

f\1 >4 HOUR SERVICE 4351 OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P.M. DAIL MATHEWSWell they were joined by M.. Tol-J bones in her wrist. S;ie was I IJ I II Ireleased ihe morning and evening'worship -I: that Sunday., July 16, will be Ktywf n'e. f'l' ifb .fb. '. .

j; PHONE CLOSED SUNDAYS Drilling lord. I from Bradford County services at the Florahome family day at Paran Church.

I K r. rranchised. SAF-GAS Distributor'.io of4 'Keystone Melrose Highway MELROSE GR 5-5101. Three of the most pleasant Hospital on.Monday.go .Baptist Church. So! we will be expecting a

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nri.nn.mvnrmn Gainesville recently. I Wilkerson in Lake City last erick Md.. who are >visiting grandmother. Mrs. J. C. Gam I Starke is spending some time i t. CARD OF THANKS j i j i ers. May God's County and especially a member

Mr. and Mrs. John Evans week.Mr. friends and relatives for' 'a ble, in ''Live Oak. with her. parents Mr. and.f], II!! ings abide with each I of our small community.

BROOKERBy and son of Haines City were and Mrs. Sam Crutch- couple of weeks.; Those attending Bill Rinus has returned to j Mrs. Melvin McKinney. '' We wish to express our 1 -The family of I Until we can find a phrase

weekend guests of Mrs. Mattie field and Butch of Gainesville were: Mr: and Mrs' -Frank his home in Auburndale after I Little Lucinda McKinney i!; heartfelt thanks to oui many!I I,j ton. I that can bring out our sincere -

Shirley Green1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAA Barry. were Saturday night dinner Tinney and> sons of "tainesI pending a few days with his has been sick but is a little friends for the kindnesses,I gratitude please acceptour
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney guests of Mrs. Mattie 9arry.; ville Mr. and Mr&", R; ,K. I' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I better now. I shown us during our recent CARD OF \ I humble thanks. The ]

I and sons of Gainesville' and I Mr. and Mrs. Mell Vickery Dukes and Dian'of.Xkte.But-: I :and Mrs., P. S. Crews. I Mrs. Beulah Kelly of Starke 'j: bereavement. We are especially ,1, We would like to Graves family and Mrs- B una ,

:Mr: and Mrs. Edd S. Polk I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith and David and Mr. and Mrs. *er. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald.Dukes 1 Mr.. and Mrs. Milo Siegler is spending a while with her grateful to the ladies for the''thanks to our many 'BradfOl'I I:I Jones. .

and sons were dinner guestsof j; and son of Frederick, Md. Frank Tinney and sons of and sons of Worthingtoii, Mr.I and children, and frienus Mr. j borther and sister-in-law Mr. I!: delicious food they brought 'or their sympathy

Mr. and Mrs. Morris John-I I visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W'i:' Gainesville and Mr. ai.u Mrs. and Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. and Mrs. R. H.' Blake and i and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. i ii for the beautfiul flowers to, deeds during our .I THE RIGHT POINT for .the "

son in Waldo Thursday night.I Markey Friday night. -I Claude Smith, and Greg Of Rosa Pir hoister, Mr:.and Mrs.A. children Diana and Raymond, i; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quiett Jones Funeral Home fo' their j|: eavement and loss of way yon write. Come in
I'I Miss Annette Green and :; Frederick Md. visited Mr. and L. Green and, family.*Alan '.pent a week at Gol head and children of Jacksonville I efficient service, and to Rev. :1 1 .oved one. Thomas A. i select your favorite ESTtJi11 11

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw Mrs.of I, Alan Messmore of OcaJa visit-i Mrs. Earl Green and family Messmore of. Ocala, {Mr..,and],Branch They returned to were Sunday guests of her I; Howe and Rev. Wilkinson for We feel it is a I I BROOK Fountain Fen. TELE
LaCrosse visited Mr. and I' '
td Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen I'j Tuesday night. Mrs. Kenneth Green/'M'r.' and' heir home Sunday. Mr and .. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil'Addison ; their frequent visits and be a .citizen of GRAPE ,
last pray-
A. I. Mann Sunday
I in Starke Thursday: nl Iht.I | Mr. and Mrs. Clarencp Lewisof Mrs. Roy Green and' family I't.Mrs. Blake are visiting the i N ,- I!
Carlene Wilkerson o* Lake I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lewis Plant Citi visited MK Oph- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and : Sieglers. I Little Sharon Addison, -

City visited Ricky Mott last I of Plant City visited Mr. and : elia Moore Monday.Mr. family and Mr. and'Mr3. Dave 1 1 l r daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. \
I. Johns of
Mr. and Mrs. 'J.
I
week. Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday night- j' and Mrs. E
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand Mary Ella Joanne and Harvey j i visited Tom Parrish. wno is a daughter, Mr. to her home with measles last .,
fron-in-jairjand "
Joe Green spent the Green attended Mrs. Bessie -j patient in the Veterans Hospital .y and r,Q:".E. Crosby Sun- : week. We are glad she> better j i iL
fourth at Kingsley Lake. Brannen's birthday dinner in Lake City Sunday. j now. '

Mrs. Fred Waldron of Wild- in Jacksonville Sunday. They were accompanied by STATE FARMBy day Mr.afternoon..and Mrs. Milo Siegler i E. L. Drawdy of Tampa is'' TO 15 GIRLS NEEDED TO GO TO WORK .; cAT ;,
and"Mrs.. I
Les ilardee. Holdenof
wood was the weekend guest Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Reecey ; spending this week wVh his "' '
and children and their house ONCE AGES 18 TO 40
'' of her mother Mrs. Rosa Kelley Sr. and Miss Patricia Thomasof Newberry.: Mrs. O. E. CrosoyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA guestsj;Mrs.vR. H. Blake and j son-in-law and daughki Mr. ;; J' I {
I
'1$0 Jacksonville visited Mr. arid Recent viirturs' 02 Mr. and and Mrs. Cecil Addison.
Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and i have been children .spent.'Tuesday with 1: ,
Mrs. A. I. Mann : .
Mark and David Whittle of Mrs. Siegler's parents, Mr. I I Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman :. PLEASE! APPLY FOR INTERVIV"J'" f .
family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs? B. C. Giwer of
Glenn Harrell has teen l'
Jacksonville are spending a of Bayless Fourth
and .Mis :Brya'n Whitfield of Hiway were *
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler Miami, Mr. irid Mrs. Dale 'f :. t '
relatives in Eastman
visiting ?
BETWEEN HOURS
few weeks with Mr. ani Mrs. Camp lle/ ey all enjoyed a of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. ..* .
and children of Starke visited Polk and family of Trenton.
Ga. for the last two weeks.
W. E. Bigham, Jr. and family. & .' Louis Marton.
the Edd S. Polks recently.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. PearsonJ. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. swans I picnic t Magnesia Spr ngs I 9:00: TO 12 AND 1:00 TO 4:00 t
Mrs. Edd S. Polk Mr,. C. J. Mr./ hdtMis': .M. H. Ilings- I
Ellen Barber of Jacksonville F. Freeman of Gainesville of Banford spent Sunday with ; CHRISTIAN CHURCH i ..
Tetstone and Patty and Betty several days last and Mr. Mrs.A ton ari&Mjss; Elaine Kingston
spent i of Key West a g their son-in-law and daughter -: Carl Clarke Minister :
Jean Allen visited Mrs. Faye week with her sister Mrs. I picnic was new cunaay I I I pent he,.weekend with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gam- BIG DAD MANUFACTURING. CO.
Johnson and Iris Lee in Lottie Edwards. I afternoon at the Lakeside Hingstoj)>f brother-in-lw and SUNDAY SERVICES .
Alan Messmore of Ocala and Park in Lake Butler in ble.Little sister i ?and Mrs. Fre-1 Cannon 10:00: a. m. Bible School
Jimmy Mann of Kentucky honor of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Melissa Gamble is and" rannie Hingston. I 11:00 a. m. Worship:! and Com-I. Church & Brownlee Streets '

pent the Fourth of July week- Smith and son Greg of Fred spending awhile with her Miss '*Wilma. Jackson, of munion. :'
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BILCTARKE end with Mr. and Mr. A. L. I ,
V --
Green and family.. \. .:
'FLA. ow
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere V .t.' V ,

SUN.-MON.-TUES., in Gainesville on business .. ,.. 2, I
Monday.
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July 16-17-18
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons .
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To Hell and Back of Gainesville visited Mr. and a I.

Starring: Audio Murphy, and Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. .'% V *

Marshall Thompson. Ophellia Moore Sunday .p :>.* ':;* .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stele of ., .
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The Naked Jungle Vero Beach were Tuesday ; s I i : mac.-<- >:
.
Starring: Charlton Heston, and night guests of Mr. and Mrs. .\. .. J.. "'f' v *&5 ...4 "
Eleanor Parker. Earl Green and family. r t
Plus CartoonWED.THURS. Sandra Mann is confined ,. A ..\... : .

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with the measles this week. '
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., July 19-20 Mrs. W. T. Blair ana Billy ,> s' V .
DIARY OF A and Mrs. W. L. Douglas en-

High School Bride joyed a barbecue in Lake But l .. i iV I
Starring: Anita Sands. ler with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ,
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Principle Which Made Our A DARING '.NEW OIL COMPANY-A BOLD NEW GASOLINE I



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The "Total Service" you've been waiting for. clean, to keep it right. to keep it out of the shop and on the road. H Any gasoline I

WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS I can lose its best qualities between the refinery and the gas pump. Not so with Ten

Tenneco. New name, new service, new gasoline. H Gasoline with muscle, determination neco. We've got a detective service, a crew of experts that hounds our gasQline all.I the I

Think enthusiasm. Gasoline that comes alive on wheels. Gasoline that looks at the way down the line. They check it in pipes, trucks, at the station and, if yoii want''f m

SLADE GASYour road and says "go". We've been developing:f our. products and programs over your car. We call it "Performance Control System". High-sounding but it works likea

of many years, consolidating them into a powerful, competitive oil company. And now charm. We've got something else that's hi g h-so un d Total Service. But wet

Business/ is Appreciated we're ready. Full-grown. Staffed with, Y.9.uthJvigor arid flexibility. We've got backingand don't justsay it, we give it. We've got a dealer who is half beaver, half mother hen 1

background, some of the keenest men in the industry and i''some outrageously bold He's got a feel for cars, a talent for getting you on the road quickly and a fiendish

ideas about products and service, B For instance WeViTgoing back to essentials. devotion to his spanking new red-white-and-bluc Tenneco station. He's courteous and

Just two pumps-no more.Just Regular and Premium-no'more.' Just two grades of quick and he knows what he's doing. Tenneco's the muscle, he's the hustle. It's a

V( IIMLf gasoline with the same premium ingredients. Everything. t can be put into a gasoline tough team to beat. B We're new but we're complete. And we're competitive. We've

is in both our Regular and our Premium... all the muffifyurpose additives, our Regu got strong ideas about how petroleum products should be made, delivered and sold.

lar's got them. The difference is in the octane rating| our car has an octane sense.It Try us-you'll get what you pay for. Try us and see if your car doesn't have a new

will tell you which grade of Tenneco makes it .happy... B We've got something lust for the highway. See if the going isn't better when you take to the road from

!, else: 'Quality Twins". Gasolines and oils that '.to9ether in your car to keep it Tenneco. See if our sign isn't really a signpost, a beacon, something new to guide by. !

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