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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 20, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE FLORIDA TIIURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961 NUMBER FOUR


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I t t Sheriff Asked To Trim $7,500H

I Development Authority members (1-r) W. II. :Maxwell, A. J. Thomas Jr. pleas for loan to match state funds

Clyde Tenvillegar, Norman Willis S. L. Peek Jr., Carl Johns for construction: of a county agrit'uJture-linstock center.

(head of table) and Bryant Reddish listen attentively as Sen. Charley E. Johns (right foreground) awaits turn to endorse _
project.Lawton. j ju ow to stretch a $351,236.24 income to cover a ] -
I For Fair Association ., $377,138.51 'expenditure is the problem still facing s
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4 Bradford County Commissioners after an eight-hour rb Battle
>c I session of soul-searching budget-trimming in the Budget SidelightsCity

Authority Agree s I courthouse here Tuesday.No r:, *:

matter how you figure it, the answer still
iiI.L Recreation Chairman Fred Snell told Commis-
z comes out the same-almost 26,000 of those ]long :
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: sioners Tuesday that "only half a dozeu people are grip-
To Lend $$5,000The green things called dollars needed in 1961-62 to service -'| "
j 9a R;yr.r ing about taxes. He said Bradford has one of the low-
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the citizens of Bradford County in the manner to
I I est rates of juvenile delinquency in the state and credit"ed
which they have become accustomed.Can .
newly created Bradford'I it be done without increasing -' the recreation program for this. condition.
I during the next two years and have come home to roost, the I! '
County Development Author an already heavy tax
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fly held Its first meeting in be unable to act If the opportunity millage' That is the question piper must be paid the' {'man-I;
the J to obtain an in- that will be I trial I point 0 f. has been t Commissioner Jerome Johns declared the cost of re-
courthouse Friday night troubling Commissioners |
dustrial payroll was presented. ,reached. In other words: this i pairs and maintenance to county equipment "is outrageous -
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elected Carl Johns chairman j _______ I (and should be troub- t
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and agreed to lend: the Brad- After Chairman Johns call- (ling taxpayers) between now!is llFor 1961-62 the board 1 i ;" suggested the county could save money by
ford County Fair Assstation !! ed for a motion on the matter and next Tuesday when the'must make a realistic budget' hiring its own mechanic.
$5,000 at four per cent In- !! and was greeted by silence it board 'meets for round three and live within it; must come I) f .

r terest. The principal would be :, uas suggested that the author- ''of its annual budget battle. back from its financial, dream I Never underestimate the power of a woman! Clerk
paid back at the rate of $500! ity go into executive session : -' '- -''-: .-' ... '__ -_ ;' ". "f : f Commission Chairman Carl world :where budgets are bal M Charles Darby said Tuesday that in the nine years he
and reach a decision. Several Prevatt 'anced by overestimating receipts
has flatly committed
a for 10
year years. had served the Commission
S. L. Peek Jr., Starke banker minutes after the room was Conner And 'Friends'Lawton himself against a millage increase and underestimating ex-I' .:!i' before the board and no woman had ever appeared
not been given what she
was elected vice chairmanof cleared authority members recalled ., as has Commissioner_ n_ ______n__,penditures. asked
the delegation and an- I* Conner, 84-year-old retired farmer and former i for.
Russell three
the seven-member group I Green. The other Darby says that the county,
appointed last week by Gov.I II nounced its decision to lend i I Bradford County Commissioner", (right) made a recent trip i t board members didn't put it Into in its effort to meet increased Chairman Prevatt i *

Farris Bryant under terms of I $5,000. This would be used If' to Tallahassee: where hei.. ited a couple of well known words at Tuesday's session; demands for service without Opposes Tax Boost ; "We've got to pay for our deficit like anything else.

a 1961 legislative act. matched by the state to con- j "friends"-his grandson, Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle I but it was obvious they sought upping millage has resorted to I That's what we haven't been doing" warned the clerk.
I I Other members are Norman struct an exhibits building at i Conner (center), and Governor Farris Bryant. Worthy of to avoid a millage increase'like 'deficit financing ''for the past masterpiece of understatement.I

I Willis and Clyde Terwillegar. the proposed new fair grounds {I note is the fact that the two Conners have the same birth I the plague. I II five years. Eleven month's bills The way things shaped up t
Starke; Bryant Reddish. Law- at the Starke Farmers Market. dale-December 17. I Clerk Charles A. Darby, like'were paid and the twelfth I:late Tuesday afternoon the IF Sheriff P. D. Reddish could;two mills for its use (from

tey; W. H. Maxwell. Hampton [Continued On Pare SI1I ___ ___. the TV cigarette commercial month's expenses carried over 'Commission was pinning its cut his budget by $7.500 (which!! 17.25 tb IS35T: but the over.
and Zedra Hamilton Brooker. n. I has said repeatedly it "could- to the next budget year. Now hopes on a lot of "ifs.. IF he told the board he could not I all increase to taxpayers would

All but Hamilton, who has Discusses Who Will PayCouncil n't !be done." He maintainsthat the cai'ry-overs have mountedto they "ado ': the one mill do) the fund shortage might be only one mill (from 41.25

been hospitalized attended I I "something's gotta go" or, an insurmountable $48,000- that the School Board is reportedly be reduced to around $9,000 or to 42.25)) since the School

the Friday meeting. I millage must !be raised-it's as $20,000 in the General Fund, cutting from its bond $10,000 which could be absorbed -,Board's levy is expected to

Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. presented Tells EngineersTo simple as that. $15,000 in the Road & Bridge retirement levy it would bring by the addition of drop from 24 to 23.
the case for the Fair I State auditors have told the and $13,000 in Fine & For- the Commission in another another mfll. \ At present the picture is too

Association, asking for $25- i ; board, quietly but firmly, that feiture. $9,400 (approximate), culling If this course of action were "iffy," however, to even spec-
000 to match another $25.000 j 1 the honeymoon of deficit financing "It isn't a healthy financial the needed extra dollars from taken the Commission would ulate this might be the ultimate

he said could be obtained from Plan Sewer Project!I is over. The chickens,-situation-- ," says Darby in a :$25.902 to around 16500. Then actually have an increase of. Continued On-- Pare -Six--

State funds for the of
building an agriculturelivestock purpose I CarEerSe'tenced Deadly Spider Keystone Voters odii1 Water%
center for the county. f'. Starke City Council Tuesday More Taxes? "Now you're getting to the

Others speaking in favor of night approved their engineer's "We've got to move ahead" point I've been talking about I Bites Child Approve CharterA

the project were Sen. Charley proposal to go ahead with the said Councilman Carl Lamar all:this time;' City Clerk Merrill I,,On Tax
E. Johns County Agent Q. T. I' planning program for a loan Johns as he made the motion i ito Edwards told the council. Charge handful of voters went to StIPIagues.Saratoga I

Huggins, and cattleman J. M.1,' ,ranging anywhere from the, go ahead with the planning The Money Hunt "We.' knew he was really. ] the (polls, in Keystone ,Heights _
Edwards ; .;. .boards $300,000 ,figure to a program and.was tiselteedby a '. As !t',stand ,:nQ.\Vo: !Here are ;. '- ". i .sickvhen he .began' fcMihoke.; ; Tuesday and east a ,wet vote
.iJr members? of "th-t$625,000 guess by Engineer unanimous"vote of the lioard. three" possible sources. of rev-',I Two jail terms and three and 'Dale' said'-the spider was on a dry subject, approving the Area"Saratoga i I

authority said that while Harold Scott to expand city 1 But almost immediately an- enue which could go to payoff 'I suspended sentences were black," Mrs. Cicero Cole :said new town charter 31 to 9. Hea-
meted
out in Jacksonville district -
': utilities. cther big question arose another bond issue the vy downpours during the day
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recognizing the need for better ,! Federal court last Friday Wednesday of her five, and aralf
agriculture-livestock faci-t i A major portion of the proposed just where will the money board found as it began toj I I I I were a factor in keeping mostof Heights residentswill
to five convicted of old! who is recovering
persons son
titles they would not want to I i loan, approximately 70 come from to pay off another hunt. The first, and most obvious year : the town's 300-plus qualified have bad' water as longas
tie up practically all funds to : per cent engineers say, will go large bond issue? The city is is an increase in taxes conspiring to evade payment in Bradford County electors away from the that well pumps mlfur,
of
Federal wagering taxes.
be received by the authority !I I toward expanding the sewer already paying on two issues I or in utilities charge. This Hospital from the bite of a polls. I Natural Gas SuperintendentOscar
[, disposal plant and to re-locate not due to mature until 1985. method has by no means been Maxie Carter Sr. of Starke black widow spider. Devoid of controversial changes -: Davis said, speaking of
i utilities when U. S. 301 is reouted. According to Engineer Scott 'I I group; was given consecutive Young,Timothy Cole, youngest -
HEAR ; City electrical and the city's gross income last I III t cil is seeking every means to little Interest among voters. rapidly becoming a real rot
: water systems would take up ;ear was $420,000 ; subtract avoid it. sentences of one year and six child of three sons and one Chiefly a "modernization" effort -' ten egg for the town's citizens I

Lt. Col. O'Connor 1 the remaining 30 per cent olI ,II 0244,000 for operating and I 1 The second possibility suggested months on his convictions of daughter, was bitten about changing a few outdated' The "bad water" situation. I
I the loan. Scott said. maintenance expenses: of the I. by Fiscal Agent E. R. conspiracy to evade the wager- 4:30: Sunday afternoon while provisions here and there, the i I was discussed again at the

Discuss I City engineers, Reynolds I II three utilities d-tht a I. Woolburn to use the money ing tax laws, and on a chargeof the children'were playing in new charter does give the j I City Council meeting last

I Smith and Hills of Jackson- $176,000 net income. Out of that has been going for im- actually evading the taxes. the yard of the Cole's home Town of Keystone Heights ad: week, but as usual no one has

COMMUNISMAmerican \ille, will use a $6.000 federal' this net income the city now I II provements on utilities to payoff Execution of sentence was deferred about five miles south of Brothers MeetAlter ditional authority in the ad- come up with any solution to
I, until 12 noon July 21.Carter's .
ministration of Keystone Air the problem that has
government grant to finance I spends $42,000 for current the new bond issue. The Starke on U. S. 301. His older puzzled
Legion : heir report on the electrical, I cebt service leaving $134,000for city now spends thousands of attorney, M. H. brother, Dale 10. saw the Port, which is located in Brad- the city's administration for
Myerson of Jacksonville has
: Mater and sewer systems. the board to use as it sees dollars each year to put in deadly spider, brushed it off 30 years ford County.The months now. According to
Post 56 Meeting notified the court that the
new charter Is effective Councilman Carl Lama
i Scott told the council that :it new sewer lines new electrical Johns
Tim and killed it, but too late.
reunion last
I sentences will be appealed. It was a happy
24 : the report to be submitted If the proposed bond issueis lines. etc. Timothy soon went into immediately. who lives on West Madison St.,
Tuesday July
Court officials stated it might for Leone [left]
; within 60-70 days, will be complete paid off at the rate of$35- The third possibility is a shock and began to choke. week Joseph the situation is as bad as ever.
Legion Hall ; In every way, telling how 000 per year, it would maturein $40,000 revolving loan the city be take heard a year in which for the appeal Carter to Mrs. Cole said but their car and his brother Diego, who Hospital Board City Surveyor Merrill Mc

much the proposal will cost approximately 1985. the has with the Florida Bank at would remain at liberty case underan would not start when they met in Starke for the first To Receive Bids Millan suggested putting thecity's
: and exactly what improve- same schedule as the other ., Starke. By borrowing $40,000 tried to bring the child to time in 30 years. water lines on "TV" to
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ments are needed. two issues. But $134,000 less :at one time the board can go supersedeas the hospital. Mr. Cole then Joseph arrived in the States On Life InsuranceThe see whether or not there Is
I additional financial $35.000 leaves only $99,006. ahead with the projects that Gary Reddish Starke Negro sediment in the lines causingthe
An report nad to run half a mite In the from St. Etienne Loire. France
i the It takes more than $99,000 cost more than few thous- received consecutive terms of Board of Trustees of foul taste in drinking
This Space Contributed will be submitted to a rain to a neighbor's house to ast December to. visit his sisterinlaw -
council by their fiscal agent to operate this city for a and dollars. The city pays off nine months and six months, Dorrow a car. I here, the widow of Bradford County Hospital Cor- gone to trial on the tax I

Weekly to Publicize Pierce Garrison and Wool- year." Mayor W. T. [Billyl] this loan at the rate of $2,500 on similar convictions. His When Cole finally reachedthe i the late Angelo Meli. They poration will receive proposalsfor water. McMillan was speaking

hum, also of Jacksonville. Jackson immediately told the per month or $30,000 per year, attorney, Sen. Wayne Ripleyof hospital at 6 p. m. Tim- I were subsequently married and group hospitalization and of an Instrument which works

Community Events by Agent E. R. Woolburn told engineer, "Will we have to .and.: the board members said Jacksonville will also appeaL othy ,was only semiconsciousand are now operating Meli Motor -or life Insurance like, television to pat In a
'1! the board Tuesday night that increase taxes to nay off the this money could go to pay In deep shck. Dr. Pete G. Court north on U. S.. 301. coverage water line and give a ilcture
The CommunityState his firm and the engineers loan?" off another bond issue. A total of nine persons had Felos said. The doctor said the for employees and trustees up of any obstruction."I .

t uill work together to prepare "There's going to have .to 'Then you don't think we'daeed gone to trial on the tax boy had a very rough 18 hours of Mr., and Mrs. Diego Leone to 7:30 p. m., August 1, at the don't believe sediment
Bank :an exact financial report, telling be an increase in revenuV': any new taxes?" Council- evasion charges but judgments, end was near death several Waterbury, Conn arrived office of the Bradford County in the pipes Is the cause of our I!
how the money will be re- the engineer stated. "Either in man Ruby Johns asked the of acquittal were granted to, times but Is now on the road last two week for a visit :and the Hospital. Further informationmay trouble," McMillan said, !
brothers
paid. i I taxes or utilities.. [Continued On Pate Six] I Continued On Page Five! to recovery. I were united forth be obtained from R. E. "Saratoga Heights was not I
-- first time in 30 years. Edmondson.. administrator.____ ___..._ I f Continued On-- Pare SIv1


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looked' like a miniature Griffin. State Maintenance The new OCS is designed to tik ., ,

version of old times this week Officer; CoL. Harry L. Kinne; .yap a new source of officer t :!
50 candidates arrived SUn- !
aa Senior Army Advisor; Maj. material the Florida Guard, !
day for the 'new National! : &: ,i
Guard Officer Candidate' Gen. ,Mark W. Lance. The I making commissions' possible 13 !

School now '1n full siring ;at Adjutant General; Brig. Gen. I for men who could not attend l __ = ,

Camp Blinding- H. W* MfMriten, Assistant I :.he formerly necessary nine-
National Guard "brass" is Division Commander, 51st _
week school at Fort Banning. .
pictured above at an early Inf. Div.; Brig. Gen RalphW. c"_ q
coffee break after' a Under new setup candidates I
morning Cooper Jr., Assistant .
briefing of candidates In the Adjutant General; [standing] will train two weeks at Bland- 4

Officers Club. auditorium. CoL Albert, E. DurrelL ,OCS erg this summer eight weekends
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from left: CoL: Louie.C,Wads- Commandant Chief of Staff, during the fall and --- i w -
worth Commanding Officer- 48th Armo\ Div,: ML). FredA. winter, and complete the Brooms and mops were being wielded at a feverish pace' fa, Camp Blandtaff barracks Candidate BID,Fletcher of Lake CO?" get tip eawetaldOtJ'eebtmcfrom hard

Combai Command A, thArmored Lewellen, Assistant Corn.rnandant.OCS course with another two weeks; last Sunday afternoon in preparation for 'a 4 p. m. 1Dspeet1oD."UnllollDS mm wet wit4 boiled instructor as other officer-hopeful crowd arocad. Starke O ttad candidate Bldar

i Dir.; Cei Jiaws .A. next summer sweat as candidates worked against time la 95 degree; heat JockeJ is, partially seen behind Instructor (ajr1" right).
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.AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID. ,
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II I. Mrs. S. G. Denmalk and 1 I Tim, Ballentine and Don} Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gold-! Mr. and Mrs. Garl I had as Sunday guests Mr. and .
daughter Joyce, visited Miss!
: :Muse of Neptune Beach are with and sons of Warner'
l M ..ft i I Sue Morris at the Methodist; \isiting! Mr. and Mrs. Bert* Robbins Ga. are visiting Mrs.' Mrs. Lowell Mathews of !",' I

Youth Camp in Leesburg over' IcMaines this week. M. F. Miles_ this week.. ii i Neptune Beach Mr. and Mrs. i '
; the weekend. William Flink'and children ,of:
I I' Mrs. R. L. McClellon visited1Mr Gary Hildebran of FortBjmning '' '

I .... I Mrs. Lamar Crosby and and 'Mrs, Maxi Reddishin : 04 to home en' 14 ,i Bruce Jacksonville Mathews and and Mr. and children'of Mrs-' erwillegar Motors
I' GLADYS MOOTY PHONE, 8$4.63.4 children of Pompano Beach t Thomasvilie, Ala. las week. days leave.. 1! Gainesville. !iI

I ". r jrr j -r 1>:* ""I'' spent Friday to Wednesday S-Sgt. and ifrs. Tom, B: :< Mrs. I ''Mrs ,'
George i Lin3a Furillo ar/1 baby Richard Jackson and
and
nMr. Mrs. :
( Flynn, Mr. and'-Mrs.- J. G. 'Meyer. with her parents, Mr. arc Mrs.: .
-r, spent the- !I I Harding. Jr. and ch3dre&: 'of Lake City were visiting Miss!!i 'aughter'Linda, of Whippany
In
weekend
Taxniia a.nd'amity of A Jacksonville A. L. Crosby Sr.. and Mr. and (
I Don &d. Debra, have, returned Penny Ho 11ngswortb' On & -t,kN: J. are,spending' two ;weeks,
\ with her parents Mr. and were Tuesday and Wednesday,, Mrs. Cecil Douglas. .
*Mrs. R. S. McAteer., -' guests'oL''Mr.! and\iMrs F. W.I I.! Mrs. Louis Gay of Jack- j I] from two; ,and; a. ball" years]! :"nq'U-.., {4." '" 0, ,1 with hers mother 'Mrs Fred Authorized. FORD Dealer/ in Bradford CQunty
I tour of ,duty in Germany.! Eastern Star Chicken Din-j Leonhard and family.
: Mrs. Buzzy Green underwent f Strickland.Mrs. !Ii sonviUe Beach was a weekend ;
6'Mn: appendectomy in Doctor's ; James L. Stith will return juest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. After 30 days leave spent'with ner at Masonic Lodge builJi Dave" tong is home after
their parents Mr. and Mrs.' ins i ,_ July 38. 6:30. to 8 ml j; two weeks '
hospital last Friday.Mr. I to her home in lIyatts- Crosby Sr. and family. The p. vacation ?n Barbados -
and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton i ijiere \ille. Md. this weekend after:' Crosbys also have as guests Harding, Sr. and Mr. atJ; Mrs.J Tickets at Barksdale's and' Island, St. Croix Island
in Chiefland j. T. Lawson, they will report Mltchelrs. 'OnJi"l. ; and Puerto Ri
Sunday 1 two weeks vacation with her Mrs. Elmer Jones of Compton o.
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.. to FortIeade 13. I
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isiting Mrs. Kinney West i i ]parents ,Mr. and Mrs- L. F. Calif., who is spending a : I M-Sgt. and Mrs R. W. Mrs. M.' W. Lance (tf Starke
/ Mrs. J, A. Gassy and children!Dinkins. She is leaving her month here and Mrs. R. Sid L. Rees of Jacksonvilleand Reese and ''family of Seymour and granddaughter Mrs. '

ere in Waycross G*. last' two children here with their Hardee and children of N'I Norman' Greemray of I,t ,ohnson AFB Goldsboro, N. Elmer Chappel of Jacksonville '

'Tuesday to Thursday visiting grandparents, for two weeks !1 nano Beach. Greenville S. C. were dinner I I|t C. arrived today to spend a :I attended the ''funeral of Bur- ,

.riends. Mrs. John Braddy and I visit. i Mrs. J.' A. Dankel and Guests Saturday of Mr. andMrs. I week with Mrs. Adam Green ,>ton R. Quinn Sr. in Inverness

Children of Waycross, Ga. re- II'1 Dr. and Mrs. T. O..Rit ch I Mary Dankel of Waycross Ga. J. T. Quigley. I and family. j#Sunday I afternoon. MUST BE THE HEAT! I

Viurned with Mrs. Gissy for and'Children returned Sunday t ands' Misses Elizabeth and !

/he weekend. from two weeks tour of thNew e i Setty Ann Cavanagh. of Ro-
.../Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward England states. I I';selle, N. J. were last week rI r

,,-I Albany. Ga. are guests this ;, Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampa guests of bar and Mrs. N. S. I

.*,eek of Mr.'and Mrs. W. P. : is visiting Mr, an(* Mfa.f Dankel.

tflenn. I\I f Jack Tjfawick at Kingsley Leonard Conner is spending I
Gilda Graham is spendingthis Lake The Trawicks alSO had 1 I this week with his uncle and i'I i I

week with her cousin, Pat,'i)l as guests-from Friday to Sun aunt. Mr. and Mis. Doyle' 30..K'etdsor, toss, one time ______ .85 Memorials, Resolutions ...__ 5e word''' I

'iowton, and grandmother ',; day Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Conner. in'Tallahassee.; I|r U not; paid. in,advance ... 4__.__ 1.60 (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words __:per_... 8.50 -. I
irs. Bertha Puller in Talla- : Trawick' and four children of Luis diaz 'tie1\.Afce went to
Keyed,or Blind Ads__ -__.. 1.00 Over 60 words ... '
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nassee. :, Tallahassee. Windsor;Canada last 'f&esday I i E -h,addlt1onaJ, word aver 20 ..____ ts Display ads fa 5c per word j WE DON'T WANT -EM
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Mrs. Ted Duncan Jr. and t Chicken Dinner on July 28 Saturday': to-'get' his' ream 1.50 per inch!

:Jrs. Joe Wise of Gaa itsville, 6:30 to 8 p. m., Masonic Lodge deny;vissL'"' NICE LOCATION: Clean. 2- KINGSELY I
and Miss Marguerite Adams of building. Only $1. Sponsored "Mrs: Lucille Davis returned bedroom furnished house. LAKE HOUSE for .
New Jersey will be Saturday'1 by Eastern, Stars. 1 home-last 'Thausdarafter Fenced yard. S60 month.. Con. lent bY, electric week or kitchen month, 3 dock bedroom I II '
tact Edna Stone. Ph
uests of Miss Margaret Rose't, Mr .and'Mrs. Robert Haller .pending".two weeks with her '- 9644401. and picnic shelter. Phone 533- YOU CAN HAVE EMTHEY'RE
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JDuncan.and and 'children, Patsy and, Bob'son-ta-l&w and daughter,;; MLand. !
Mrs. Jack Smith of Lakeland spent the weekend MILL P.: Smith"'Jr. in FLORIDA: 90 STRAWBERRY ,

and family ol Gaineaviik.'.were with.Col. and 1rs.J.A. Grif4 Florala;;:Alj. anct'the! Smiths PLANTS on new 'ground. See KEYSTONE HEIGHT WE ARE SHOWING I II
N., D, Burney. Rt. 2. Bar 56.. !
Sunday visitors of Mand : The children remained and'Mrs.A Davis1"'then' 'spent Starke 2to 7-27! CUOICE; LOCATION NEW HOUSES I' TOO OLD FOR !US!! '
Mrs. Lonnie ..>r......... AT LAKE ,GENEVA i I II
Goodge.Mr. with the Griffins this week. two'' :weeks>in the'Smoky'
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: LIVE IN Two Soma Inder ComttBCtloa.'I At your convenience we will
and Mrs. Paul Htlchins Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Smith Mountainsand1' 'at Little
:and children and C. \. Mar- i and family of Memphis Tenn.II i Switzerland, N..C. .. BEAUTIFULKeystone I One 4t"-3-BH.. Near, 2 School Datil.And One$Slteppba h-BR7"lJsl i ow any one of eleven delight'

lowe were in Daytona Beach i spent the' past two weeks at 'MrJ'LHutt Mrs. Carolyn Sera 'I I ful new homes and will explainthe :
last week where Mr. Hutchins i' Stricklands Landing Kingsley "Redgrave5 and Mir and Heights I CHARLKS WALLEMUS I' new features and the very'' ,

mid: Mr. Marlowe attended;i Lake Mrs O?...P Hutto attended the> Lake Ph. 419 BLILUEH: ,. 'OWXED reasonable terms upon which CUT PRICES
on Geneva : Box 456:
..the State Agricultural Teach- i Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Riccardi I funeral' of ''Mr&: AlHei'rJearr! ii I 1if'1I1t..e Heights you may have one. i|, 'WE'VE

*|rs conference. : and family of Miami have I i i Rutland in Leesburg-'on Sun- A Most Unusual 4tp 8-10 A. J. THOMAS !
.. T-Sgt. and Mrs. !'\' \I BONE ON
L. J. Rich- seen vacationing at Kingsley : y: HOME ... "
:.5jdson and family of Bangor !' Lake the past two 'weeks. I,J f I .Mrs. Mural Gardner left FOR 'RENT Tel 964-5701 ',I K 1
-Maine are spending two weeks i Miss Prances Landrum. Saturday tar two weeks m New Now Under September until June new
-.mh her mother Mrs. M. Wtrnce. spent the weekend with Mr {: York City where she will at- i' Construction'This two( bedroom furnished home THESE OLD MODELS
: Also here for the week- and Mrs. Frank Landrum in I 1: Lend a beauty course. 'j .home will appeal to]1\ house on Kinsslev Lake with boat,
and dock. $90
jcnd with her family will be < Brooksville. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis i I] discriminating buyer. month. included water per 'I
1 I and
"Jliss Babs Lance and fiance!,,'i Mr. and :ties] Howe More- had as guests last wee't Mrs I j Be the early looker and electric. Interested party write r TO. CLEAR OUR LOT!
,
rm Fete Yescoro of New Orleans '. dock and children of Miami J. J. Tolbert and daughter lucky buyer. P.1 O. Box 414. Gainesville. Fla. HASTINGS"1\IA'ITRESS'1

..U1. | are spending six weeks at Donna, Mrs. Lucile Gooding I Charles Wallenius 4t chg! 7-27 & '''UPHOLSTERY WORKS 1 ,

'-: Jim Hollingsworth of[ their cottage on Kingsley Lake. and Miss Sherry Gooding of j Owner-Buildef'' WANTEDTwo ladies with 710
\ gusta, Ga. was visiting Mrs. '! Mrs. W. E. Hayes .and Charleston S. C. I Keystone Height car for"sneeial oarttime work Lemon St. Palatka
i I 4193t
:1IDnie Hollingsworth and family laughter Helena, of Miami,iI I I Spending several days last hi Bradford County' and surrounding -I Furniture holstered Repaired& Refinished, Up., If These Prices Aren't Low Enuf

.. on Sunday. :-arn- irieUinorTr-.-_ -Anti.._ .Arc...v. Ti_
:7..,Mrs. J. N. Hopkir.fi and W. Hayesvat Kingsley Lake I, and Mrs. L. J. Green and Mr DUCTS. The war is caved for : Not canvassing. For informs MATTRESSES REBUILT
uaughter, Linda spen Mon1Cfty his week. Mr. Hayes will Join: and Mrs. C. L. Dinkin. and ,vou.- You will find a steady' tion' write,Box 823-A. Starke. New Innersprings
to. Wednesday of las! week .iis familv over the weekend to attend the funeral of their demand with earnings of from 2to 727FUR1SHED and Box Springs USAN

Zaith Mrs. C. H. Climer in Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White,1 mother and grandmother. Mrs. showing$6 to $10 Avon daily Products.in spare hours Write APARTMENT I Drop Us A Card or Call MAKE OFFER

Olearwater. Mrs. Hopkins and Jr. and family were in Jackson I Frances Parker, in LaCrosse Mrs. Mabel Gore. Gen ,Deli} HOUSE FOR 'SALE PALATKA EA 5-9166
dirs. Climer attended the Tenn. last week visiting I last Wednesday afternoon very Gainesville. Give direc-j Six apartments :21 rooms 5 I STARKE 964.5934
Reading Conference at U. Qf Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boone and' were: Mrs. Ruby Arndt of Detroit tions to your home. 2tchg 7-2Q *ths, :Twe'blocks'from-P.O. I MRS. PEGGY SHALLER

JJj ;'on Thursday and Frday.: family. Mrs. Boone and threi I' Mich-, Henry Parker o f FOR SALE OR TRADE Three J.210 R.N.Bullington.Cherry. See owner: Starbe..Agent. '
'Charles Chambers and Lor- daughters returned with th eGrand e I Haven. Mich.: Mrs., bedroom modern home close tfcafFOR FOR SALE :
to college OR RENT: Can
J8ine DeCaro are spending i;I Whites to spend five weekswith i I Bernice Opperman Mr s. line in Gainesville.and school For on bus SALE OR RENT 3 buy either home for 5 per cent i
several weeks with M: and Mr, and Mrs. White, Sand r. : Joseph Devlin- Mrs. Joseph: home in Starke.' Write smaller Box-:i'bedroom Conveniently unfurnished house. down balance like ren Payment ":
MrS. Steve Simmons and, fam : family. | Lucas and Mrs. ..Will Carr 'ofi I 823. Starke or phone FR 6- I'' :Madison St. Call located 456 W of extortionate tax asessment $$39500 1954- FORD! CUSTOM! FORDOR
ily in Miami. i Lakeland and Mr.: and Mrs.; 7133. Gainesville. 2tp 7-27'[' _, ,9641834.tfch e I and high millagej:
Mrs. Myra Williams of[ compels sale.
See
j If
me. you No. 424. Radio & .
t Colin Knight of Jacksonville. ,j
Tim Thompson spent last Folkston, Ga. visiting! Mr. ,. ;:, FOR SALE Wringer, ,type PART TIME ,SECRETARYV own vour own home. no tax'i' -
week at Camp Gileadjn Pol'|!' and;Mrs. E. M. Williams'1 this ,r Mr and Mrs R. O. Dansby washing! machine. $50 'ca sh. \ EJ). Experienced tVDistand i-fpaid.' Rents as follows: Brick;; U
City. I week. and son Micky visited Mr; Mrs. Green' phone 9644344.tfchsi. general office work. Pre-, 3. bedroom home W. Call St.. ', $: 1950 1 MERC YOR
= I and Mrs. J.''B. Dansby m Per- .,. ..._.. _. .,, far roung'adult or middleaged I1 I S45..month. Unfurnished 6- 5000, .
,1
loom bungalow.
$35
iy on SundaY: UNEXPECTED CHANGE IN i woman.giving Write Qualifications Box 267. Starke.refer Also furnished 1-bedroom month.! No. 29. Good Body. Bring a tow bar for this one. Motor -

r, Surar will you marry me?I THIS AREA MEANS OPPOR, en<*ps. 2tchg! 7-27 apartment. $20. month. Both I I is shot.
i f will If you will take me tai I TUNITY-FOB A $100.00'PER located corner Madison & 0 --
-w A NEtS: i the Eastern Star Chicken dinner t- WEEK MAN OR $75.00 PER WE HAVE a new loan orogram, epee Sts. Also large e.ornfortable
WEEK LADY TO SERVICE lor farmers. Loans of .1 to unfurnished -
on July 28 at the Mason! I ESTABLISHED WATKINS years for, the entire credit requirements 5 house. $40 month: and- furni II $ 9500 J 1953 HUDSON JET FORDOR
Lodge building: It's only 91. CUSTOMERS. IN THIS LO
of the, farmer and, i ished 2-bedroom small hom
413C. God3 ro-.. Will Run.
CALITY.
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j Min and Mrs. E:: D. Meyers .MAYBE YOU CAN his family. Gainesville,Produc $30 month. Both' on N.
tof Savannah Ga. were ,Moi ,QUALIFY WRITE WATKINS. tion Credit Association, 620 St. Also, large!, plea imfurnkherl -
: CASH SUPERETT .day and Tuesdayguests t oj r TREE. ST.659 WEST NE..: ATLANTA.PEACH 'North Main, Gainesville, Fla. home at 315 N. Walnut''II II I 1955 DODGE 8
Ftf *
50
month.
Phone $39500 -
: Office
9
S. tfchg 9y.v
; t't t;Mrs.' A. L. Brown. GEORGIA 3tchgd 7-20 364-6491. or Home 696-1191. '
: I Clifford Baxter New Tires. New .
of WW
; ngr. 19-FOOT International Deep I WANTED: LEGAL SECREt -I Itncpmpnt. .
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671 W r r.r.ton,D. C.is spending "monthIl"ithMr. Freeze. like 'TARY.
Madison Phone 9649231Top new. $149-95 a ( Must be proficient hv, FOR SALE OR RENT
: One
and Mrs Titus Olson Dahmer's TV & ApDliancej Iuse of shorthand. If inter-, I i95io
I and with relatives in Orala. I Onter' 112 E. Call" St Itchg1 I II ;'I acted write Box 823-J. Starke. I store building and one small $$15000 FORD TUDOR
.
Quality Merchandise Fla. detailing education experience II I anfurnishpd house furnished
i, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ccasteen, FOR SALE .
: KINGSLEY LAKE and\ give references.2tchff apt. at 321 Temple Phone Fishing or Hunting Car.
::,,and Mrs. Lavern 6roomhouse.. '" .
Outlaw and central, heat I 7-27 1" -
At LOWEST PRICES, ,i-children spent ten days at caroort & utility room. deep I 9692981.,. tfchg MERCURY
well
Daytona Dumo. Bath house and I COLONIAL FLORIST $1900 1954 HARDTOPNo.
Beach
dock: 12 x 20 workshoD.''Only F. T.,D..Florist to Starke. FOR'S"t.R
,, Mrs. H. L.: Brownlee is returning Terms. Ph, 964-4394 or 864-1Fiowers( wired any place. Flow- t7esl riV mix' concrete.Mr" ronl'rpt,S
: 25. Power Steering. Power Brakes. This One Needs
this weekend from two i,1 241- It ijers for all occasions! locally. hinrk rvmp" fp.nt' 1'I\"ctll. !:I"Iri

GRO.CERYSPECIALS.EACON 'weeks visit with her asst LEARN!i.! TO FLY Contact J!!!Phone 9646291. 506 East', mortar mix rock stppl 1' Sea_Covers.
rvstPr shell ]limp'>k. a nd roof
..Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh in Lake- (!Lacy Conway. phone '[Nena St. tfchg
9b4-4051.i
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't avel. Phone <>84-?\21, tfchg
"" ?land. _tfc hg!!I Bradford $ 9500 1952 PONTIAC
End
P' '1\ FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed-: hucrina Co. TUDOR
Pvt.
John
Mack News me of> NEW PORTABLE MotorolaStereo. room house in Starke. Excellent xh13: ,
Fort Benning Ga. was home complete with metal 1 condition.: $65 Couple RFN't, ++= :.' Clwk's furk't:-' No. 345. Clean. Good Tires. Just One Thing Is Missing
for'the'weekend. stand and 40 long-plav; records : onlv. For appointment call etched,! f'n qe! FI"t1"I'\1 -The Motor.
- "hen. Pinelp or couple opt
LEACH .11i > Mr. and, Mrs. all, for $159.95. OnlY Gainesville. FRanklin 2-3293. -
Jesse
Nesome w- I $10 down at Dahmer's TV,&; ''. 4t chg 8-10, 'PlnnA aRQ-154.; !\. tfchl
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t have had as guests Mr. Appliance Center. 112 E. 1
= With '$5 Food Order t and Mrs. Jesse Crews of Folk s- ,, St. Calli\ FOR RENT-Furnished apart- RAir W S U1i'T) APIIR'Z"I,iT'.N'i' _: t7WO 1954 PLYMOUTH
j ments. Reasonable rates. Near _
IF
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I PJM I ton Qa and Mr. and' Mrs. conditioner electric kite :
.-Jim Moore of ; FOR THE FINEST anoliances !shopping center. Phone 969- en. Adults. 1 mi. east on Bes-' I No. 30. We Don't Have This One Running Yet.-But
Jacksonville last-.on the market today buy I I 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry sent Road. Phone 969-1545. We Believe It Will.Q4500 .
DANDY5k Friday and.Mr. arid Mrs. Carl General Electric from G. J.I|St.; [Shell Oil Co. Office.] t1Ye kilo tfchg I. _
5.------1' C : McCall of Jasper and Mrs. McGriff. corner Call and Wai- BMMB M nM M B BHM M H B MM B vv H..v.. i ,
Sarah McCall and Mr? Ann nut Sts. Phone 964-6551. BE SURE, to, ,see WORLD 1 PEYTON FLORIST $ 1954 BUICK CONVERTIBLE I
:;Jones of Palatka on Sunday service what we sell. Itch- > BOOK before buying any en- II 119 S. THOMPSON ST. !

With $5 Food v OrderS r Mrs. Riley Wasdin was visiting 'I WOMAN WHO" CAN'DRIVE r1 i local clopedia.! representative M. A. Payne since 1956.your' NIGHT: PHONE 964-3891: 364-4155 or 969-1022 No. 421. Bright Yellow With Black Top. Good Tires.

: friends and relatives in If vou would enJoy working 3 Rnx 60S Ph. 964-3794 fish 'DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Handles Like A New Car. .
4
I or hours a day calling 1 ifc ***
reAu "" "*
lb. Charcoal Jacksonville last week. We Wire Flowers Anywhere '
Bag ,laxly each month ,
33C on a I'rouplof FOR SALE OR RENT Block
Mrs. Kate Sheppard had as > Studio Girl Cosmetic clients' : tfchg ,
house furnished all-electric
I' .- ;I Wright& weekend of guest Winter Mrs.Garden.Irs. E. P.. 'and on a around route to Starke.be established and are in water.kitchen (Will REAL sleep:hot &8. Salt cold WORTH THE TRIP -, $29500 !1955 J BUICK! FORDOR I

,Swift Premium Corned Beef 59c willing to make light deliver- Springs Fla Good fishing< & I Mobile Homes Always' Paint. Good Tires. Runs Good. Slarke'sBest :
Sheppard went ba"k with .
ies. etc. write to STUDIO "
below market and clean. '
ri I swimming. Ph. 964-3965. ; Buy Today
Mrs.
Wright for a visit. I IGIRL COSMETICS. Deot. JW1
; 4tpd 8-10
Tall Cans Mackerel 2 for '39 c : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell -9. Glendale. California Route;! o LAKE GENEVA- I ITRAILER

&nd.Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips ,will Day UD to $5 per hour j PARK His.'I $ 1952 CHEVROLET TUDORNo. i i$1lfnoo
4to -7- 1 mi. SE of Keystone -14500 '
and families spent the l I Lumber Ie
100
Route
? PRODUCE SPECIALStRn i_Weekend in the Scrub. 1., FOR RENT cottage.- One Modern smaH UtiU-furnished 0i' on j jI I 419. Runs And Drives Good.
Mr. and Mrs. William H- ( < U t. ,

foreBANANAS- :, Thomson ticello are and visiting family Mr of Mon-and I I' ties.month.Heilbronn No J, T.children Sorinxs.Quigler$35, perdi i!!II Wrecking: at Sales Parts ]1955 FORD2 TON TRUCK{ V-8 i :


'Urs. F. F. Stump this wee .I I 2tehg 7I -27 Camp -BlandingBeautiful No. 67. This Truck Will Make Money For You. i I

3 k 2Sc !! Mrs. Ruth Ritch and chilk'clren !-;,': FOR SALE -Four room cot; Senice II I
: of Jacksonville were: '*tate, at Heilbronn S nrinsts.. ir I
guests of Mrs. Riley Wasdin';; Furnished and electrically' i ) 2x6's .COLUMBIA SAW CO. ; :
,. eouipped. $2.500. J. T. l3ttiglursday. e1r." 2x4's: I ; ;

1UULE! on Wednesday and Th ,__?--2tchg-._! ..7-27_...!' 2x8's, 2xl2's- up to 22 Lake City, Fla. :
Volley Starling underwent

POTATOES 10 k 20 surgery at Bradford County j i Bll1.LLit1E1L\ CUXIC CHIROPRACTICi !" feet long.. FARM This is but a sample of our Sale Cars. Come in-browse \
EquipmentPlowing For
l;Hospital on Tuesday. < 433 N. WALNUT 'f ,
STREET -
,.. f, )[rs. Carl Johns returned; I STARKE. ,PHONE 9 f-286lJ, SELLINGCHEAPJ *' !! around._ But t.better still, take some of these antiques i I
.'*" "'uome: Wednesday after surgery 0 TIL 9 P. M:; Gta 7-27 PLmtiBff home with .

'In: Bradford County Hospital,*; FdiR Nr INDUSTRIAL you :
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Furnished 3 "
MEAT IPECI 1AL.St! ;two weeks ago. I I I rooms and.bath. Lishts and ." } Equipment For:Every Job ;

r}. Mrs. Bertha Pearce ape AJ8.tJfeDena&rStY]I water furnished. $ mo. 516 Superior Tractor Co.: -
'the 'weekend with' her iau her -' : L.*.#.mrC'hah1l" PHONE 9644M1 .
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Neck Bones 2 l Ibs.- > \ i Mrs. Mary Lane in Jacktsonrffle. -i bJr : .i' PHONE EV '.877% Terwillegar MotorsFORDSFALCONSTHUNDERBIRDS
Meaty
.- 25cFresh t l .' FOR SALESARATOGA 5353_.W. Beirer. Jaebonrine'I .

Sliced:Beef Liver; Hi': 29 C f Mr.: and Mrs. Charles PickiJiardtolMaml HEIGHTS' : JACKSON: IMMEDIATE" OPENING-' for';1
3.1I1BI6OII 1IOIIJ} t : -|>:? i : man-over 2L High school I
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Rib & Brisket Stewlb; .. 29c were'>As"w graduate,and automobile ,! -
Large ;i: Pi19 t ...,. neeessary. -
3uets. of :J s"A.-.tk Browa'aNi ? .,Experience in financial 1 ",
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Supply / '
RQUND, STEAK-: 6t Stwe aM;IteIrl..t8l">! : field I
_< | MN A,B,:;Martex.Maaisf -- : + -.H.nh ta ::..:,,t, ._s4F, hetof Advancement for i
I 1 L.-J""' P.... I
him-s
person willing to a&elr
u.eah Fla. Fryera'16x'I) F''w, 'w 2 LaveH''Jf.:of J6ck. LitW"Me ltM l P4Y& .ts v- .CA.,.r lEe, self. Contact C. B. ZiDDercr. "s Fla. '

...i.... '. --Y' bonvine____ is visiting. 'Flip GraI 1 p # ".. ., .14 W.-Call.,St:; "Starke. or,.. r ,"' \ ,

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JULY 20, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKZ'FLORIDA: --- PAGE_ _THREE_


'. Miss Thornton Lavora Capps: Henry hereby notified O'Hara and, deceased required are to
Ji I file their claims in the office of
Becomes Bride Roy H.' Spradley the County Judge of Bradford
Is County. Florida, in the County
Of Randall Davis __* _W United June 12 Court House at Starke, Florida
Y calendar months
n' 7 within tight
T-I t 9 r "+ from the date of the first publication -
w* M
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Earle Announcement has been of this notice, or the
same will becomeoid accord-
Thornton announce the mar- .! made of the marriage of Miss ing to law. This July 13. 1561.
GLADYS MOOTY !
PHQXE 9610631Miss I-
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3i tr
riage of their daughter, ; Lavora Capps, daughter of Mr. First Publication, July 20.,

Kienzel WedsLt. Ginger Lee. to Randall Wayne ; tt1 t m and Mrs. Howard Capps, to 1961S) Fannie Elizabeth O'HaraAdrninistratrix
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. H :y dL | Roy H. Spradley, son of Mr. of' the Estate
deceased.
of Henry O'Hara,
Pearson Cox Harry Kenneth Davis. Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Spradley of Hollis V Knight,

ohn Brabham performed the p Jacksonville. I Starke. Florida.
In Miami Church I Attorney for Administratrix
double-ring ceremony Wed- ,, The wedding took place I 7-21 4tU
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nesday afternoon, July 12, at June 12 in the Temple of the
Miss Margaret Bernadette
5:30: o'clock in the First Methodist ;, Church of Jesus Christ of OTICE
Notice is hereb given that
Kienzle
and Lt. Pearson Ed-
Church. -. Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake i 1| the Board of Trustees Bradford

ward Cox were,married ,Saturday The young couple stood before I City Utah. J County Hospital Corporation,
will receive proposals for Croup
July 15. In Corpus Christi an arch of two branched r'' The couple will reside in Hospitalization and or Life Insurance -
Catholic Church in Miami 4s V Yw 4 candelabra flanked by two tall t I| Provo, Utah, for the present, and Coverage trustees for the of employees the-

baskets of white gladioli and i where the bride is a senior at Bradford County Hospital up to
with Rev. Macalavey offici- .. 7:30 p. m. August 1, 1961 atthe
,
1 chrysanthemums. Balancingthe ,; Brigham Young University
i ,' y I. office of the Bradford
ating. ww lovely setting were branch r:":. l ra 1 YL and the bridegroom is workingon County Hospital in Starke

The bride is the daughterof 4t4 t ed candelabra against a back- Jr r.'" .' ." I his master's degree. Florida InformatKm regarding the

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph R. ground of palms. : .. : ': ''' .: After the completion of I above may be obtained by contacting

Kienzle of Miami. She.attended x l Mrs. L. J. Green, organist 1 '_ >t ., .' : -!' >f : I their studies they will move I U ,E.Bradford Edmondson.County Aanrinis'trator -
'.. '4\ :. I :
Miami Jackson High School accompanied G. S. Newcomb, -: J1' .v : : ; to Florida. Hospital.
'j. >
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", '> .. ;.' ,. I 2t LiS7s
and Is a graduate of the Uni-: soloist who sang "Whither 1'1t.' .,. \. '' 1t: ...,. ; "t i
( '" .: .
versity of Florida.. ; : Thou ;"', ',. ", ..."."} ;:
Jt Goest" and "Wedding .... ,." ,, \ .t:1' Russell NormanIs
Lt. Cox is the son of Mrs. Z' ,; \ -.;;.,.,..{.., :; i
Prayer. ,. '
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:# .," .. .."' !:i'" Honored
Eddie Cox of Starke ;and the Harold K. Davis served his _' ;' '-.. :> 1/:' t. "" 'i< 'v" 'J

late Mr. Cox. He is a graduate -, : brother as best man, and the ,. .:, "'"'>J' 'J t '-;.. 't.'f"'b, .. .;, '( ::"\,; q'J On Birthday s
Florida
of the University of Flori- f ushers were Jimmy Thornton. .,, !P, ...::.:".;.:.,... $,f.. .j ."",, :."' "' : I

da where he was a member of i and CurtisMcGee.. t 41' ti!. ..; ,. ,. ,3 ,;-.,-' )' (:'\ /"., ("..'..:.,:.-" ,'( ','> ,r.-"':,.... ,. t 1 I Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell

Chi Phi fraternity. At presenthe Miss Mary Elizabeth Noegel !f' ':- .li "I; 1-< i < ', ;ir.: #4L 4- -. : '; : ':i :r.d. Norman entertained at their I

is stationed with the Air attended the bride maid of ,, :'
'
as :.- .1 lome Friday evening with ]
Force at Air Force If .. ,, .'>. "" -,....... ., '. -; a
Sheppard honor in a street length white < 't:; ;., ,; : delightful : I
} ( party honoring Mr. :
f-l > "
-l0 ,f: : : i -< TheatreSAT.
.Base in Wichita Falls, Texas. Pique dress with appliqued .. ,' ,., < .e'cw:J,=...". ..,-,.,\ .'-" .,"l;;,:,;:f1".'..,,'","' ..",...;...f' ""..t',;. t."':' I Norman on his birthdaj. (] :
The bride was given in flowers on the bodice with a .> ; '.:: ",*,.;; :/,;'.;;" .,f> \1:.'" ;':I': '," ,..; ,':,-, ', .. 1 Assisting Mrs. Norxan
-'......, ;:A"" ;< > ,' -. :do; '" ;tI.c" -..,? .. in ,
. marraige by her father, and !rt"s tY blue silk organza overskirt. r"d' ,.......,';".\,- ....' ',"''''.''''#-ii" <;;'.'''"''.. '_?,\'' -,." ,..';."'...",l.l'' I. <.-.... !1 serving and caring for guests '
lad as her maid of honor her i She carried a cascade bouquetof I' ;.. "' -.l.i. "" "'\ :;;.: .. ,' ''':'?> '.. ''''!:. L were Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. ,i JULY 22HORRORARAMA

, sister, Miss Roberta Ki nzle. blue feathered carnations. I : and Mrs. Randall Davis Capt. and -Mrs. Kortez Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Sheppard M. L. Sheppard, Mrs. J. C. \:
1 I
Harry Albrecht of West e The bride, given in marriageby
ka I j Green, and Mrs. M. A. Payne.
Palm Beach was best man, her father, chose for her l i Guests Horror No. 1
and Henry Kienzle, brother; of ;!Dolores McKnight i honor attendant. t Miss Winkler Weds centered with a white orchid jj were invited into
wedding a gown of imported |I I 'I i he Florida room where punch
the bride, served as usner. David McKnight, brother: of nestling in a background of
Chantilly lace with voluminous
a -
Koretz United : and cake were served. The
Capt. 1 the bride, and Leslie THomas George. Sheppard
After the ceremony a reception skirt, and scalloped : : Tulle leaves, centered with I table
In Church : of Starke served as junior j: Church t pearls and of bride's was covered with an imported +
was held at the homeof sabrina neckline, alive with Baptist ;In Rites puffs cutwork cloth, centered ofra
; ushers and unrolled the aisle' .
illusion. ts .
the bride.Following. IAA
; opalescent beads and: seed i } I with a crystal punch bowl fill- tin ,
a wedding trip in ,' t ,w Miss Dolores Suzett Mc- tloth. : The First Mrs. Winkler chose or her I
:;.r ,'Zoj I pearls. The full length sleeves Baptist Churchwas fd with green punch and BlV ** .
the West, the couple will live ended in slender points at her Knight 'became the bride of Mrs. McKnight chose for the setting for a beautiful | laughter's wedding a powder nestled in a crystal tray of ,&

sin Wichita Falls, Texas. Mrs. Pearson CoxMillerMatthews 1. wrists. Capt. Donald Fox Koretz of ner daughter's wedding a i! wedding Saturday evening, I blue lace dress with arcessor- fern and flowers. On either j\\r
Patrick Air Force Base in a mauve beige silk organza ;ies to match, complementedwith
She carried a white Bible July 8, at 8 o'clock when Miss ,side of the bowl stood two
Young Adults \ topped with a white orchid i beautiful wedding ceremony sheath with draped bodice and Merry Agnes Winkler becamethe a white orchid corsage. green frosted cakes on crystal oc

!' surrounded by feathered car- performed Friday evening, bouffant overskirt of Chantillylace. bride of George Harwell The groom's mother was at- and silver cake stands. k
I ,
Of First Christian June 30, at 8 o'clock in the With this she wore agreen Sheppard. Rev. Leo A. Hebert tired in a mint green embroi- .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. I The mantel held an arrangement } + 'a.i
Hold I liliesofthevalley. First Baptist Church witn Rev. i ; cymbidium orchid cor- : performed the double ring dered linen dress with match- of icREDIBLE
pink
Meeting i tI ana red
It Matthews announce the mar- English illusion was attachedto 'Leo Hebert performing the oage. I I I ceremony. ng accessories With this she crepe myrtle and white althea. ,
t riage of their daughter, Madge : Mrs. Irene Conn, aunt of white orchid f
! a crown of opalescent beads nuptials. Miss McKnight is' j' Miss Winkler is the daughter wore a corsage. About 35 guests helped Mr. PETRIFIED A (
The Adult in'
Young Sunday : Anne to John Milburn Miller, 1 and seed pearls to match her, the daughter of Mrs. Arlen the bridegroom, was attired of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Following the wedding a re- Norman celebrate his
i School Class of the First a gown of gold brocaded satin held in the birthday.i
church
eon of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. &own.I McKnight of Starke- and Winkler of Starke and Mr. I :.eption was i Ii
i kA'
x r
Christian Church met at. the with a fitted bodice and flared 1 i <
Eustis McKnight of Jackson- Sheppard of Gainesville is the recreation hall which was ; L
The mother of the bride rc
Miller, on July 3, in FoJcston, I Recent Birth
of Ed for
nome Mrs. Hicks skirt. This was complemented
\ille. Capt. Koretz is the of Mr. and decorated for the occasion
! was attired in a yellow chiffon son on j l4r s. Ceorge ,I I
their.. class social and ousmessmeeting. Ga. I Ij with a green cymbidium orchid !
I afternoon dress complemented I of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Koretz Sheppard of Trenton. i with baskets of white gladioli,

The class voted to Mr. and Mrs. Miller are residing -i with a purple orchid r rsage. j of Mt. Rainer, Md. corsage. Mrs. R. A. Green organist, mums', English stock, and but- Bradford County Hospital rw wa
donate $220 toward tilemg the ''Following the weddinj a reception : announces the following M
on chrysanthemum. Thebride's ,
: in Beach i played nuptial music tithe
Daytona The bridegroom's mother i The altar of the church was births w
floor of the new Fellowship held in th : I
centered with bridal arch was recre- guests assembled, and accompanied | table was overlaid with &\
I I where Mr. Miller is employed. chose a beige chiffon after- a Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Van-
Hall.
ation hall of the church, which ,
noon dreM-with lace bodice, i banked :with leather lea fern. Dr. Calvin Houpt, solo- I a white satin cloth with insets .ant, Jr. K 3
The following officers were ,! was decorated for the occasion of Alencon lace bands. It was Lawtey, a son,
with which she wore a purple Hanging from the center was I :st who sang "Because, :, Michael Dean
elected for the : Elaine Colson, Sunshine Committee : with baskets of white gladioli July 12.
coming year: i orchid corsage : a wedding bell and whilE satin f j 1"Whither Thou Goest, and.j centered with a beautiful four- Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Griffis, president; I : and pompoms against a background j tiered wedding cake which Joseph E.
I Ii i.II I A reception was held at the streamers Flanking the,'arch j 1 I The Lord s Prayer. !I Leonard, Middleburg, ,f
Virgil Jordan, vice president; i The next social meeting will l nome of the bride's parents were two baskets of gladioli i> of magnolia and palms. The chancel of the church 1 rested on a, base of full nylon Joseph Anthony, July a 18.son, .'
Grace ''Fullwood, treasurer; I The bride's book table was beautiful with central tulle ruffles outlined with JOHN
: be held September 29 at the after the wedding. The bride'stable and pompoms. Across the 1 was a Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly, CARRAD1N8IMUBCCUB
covered with net skirt
Phillis a over
Strickland, secretary; i unburst arrangement o'white Southern smilax and interspersed -
home of Mrs. Bob Badgett was beautiful with a background were potted palms, ; 1 Jr., Starke a son, July 19. r &
Norma Badgett, devotional on baby blue lace cloth centered and branched candelabra with taffeta and held a maline tree I gladioli, double English stock !! with delicate pink .. nut am

chairman; Dorothy Hicks and Christian St. ,:,vith a three-tiered, wedding ,burnIng.. white tapers casting of,pastel.shades.% was covered giant,mums,,and buttoA chrysanthemums sensation roses. .The cake was I'i traveled in a two-tone at sea do ; .rsrrrw..... '
,
The bride's table On either side flanked on either side: by': green linen dress with bone .Y.or-
soft
!,cake topped with a miniature ; a glow over the Betting. .
f
I IJ bride and groom. Flanking: the | Windows of the church were with a satin,.' .J. and laca cloth, were fan-shaped arrangements three-branched silver cande- colored accessories comple- ff

GLASS! That's" Our Business cake were 'two tropiary trees i! banked with green foliage, with an ivy garland around the of the same flowers against a ( .abra centered with an eper-I(; mented with the orchU from TOCTWMWNS f

J "If It's Glass We Have It" made of blue nylon lace. In j centered with three candles tdge, and nosegays of pompoms I Background of greenery andmyriads gnette holding pink Sweet- ',, her wedding bouquet.The M I f

CALL WRITE or VISITSHEA'S the back of the cake was a and every other pew was decorated and ivy leaves at each of lighted tapers. : heart roses, white carnations, couple is at home in }ilk a fNND.SM I

I live-branched silver cande- with a single candle corner. In the center front Curtis Sheppard served his : and white candles. Garlandsof ., Gainesville where Mrs. Shep- CXfaiMMtWRH ,

labra entwined with ivy and 1 i with ivy entwined 4pn each : was a tulle fan arrangement I brother as best man and the Southern smilax wee used' pard is a dietician in the J /4FCtlAiEOr' I

GLASS CO.NOT I ;holding five blue candles. The holder. An oblong arrange-I of carnations. and pompoms. ushers were Terry Thompson, around the table and caught Hillis Miller Hosp'ital Mr. SAoisne !

lace covered punch tabl 5''I;, ment of white gladioli pompoms Centering the table was a :, Bruce 'Wiggins, James, Me-: at intervals with sprays of Sheppard is a technician in KOUOBB I II
( INC.) three-tiered wedding cake with ,: .arid' M1ms.Jr. feathered carnations, Pinocchrysanthemums ,. I cL
Haffey harles
,
Alachua General .Y
field the crystal punch bowl ;!, and ivy was on the center I Ii ', Hospital {
FOR ANY GLASS NEED I which rested in a bed of ivy.' table in the vestibu'e, and each tier supportea by : all of Gainesville.i ''.hio and Out-of-town guests at the f
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We Design Modern Store Fronts Mrs. Selma Bronsn of : the hanging candelabra over columns, with a cupid in the I! Mrs. Terry Thompson' attended I!r i puffs of nylon tulle. wedding and reception were > Ii i I

Just :Mail Us A Pattern For Orangeburg, S. C. cut the; the arrangement was entwined center. Sprays of stephanotis 'I the bride as matron: ,of The round punch table was Miss Betty Neet and Miss Jean'
from the sides and
extended
nonor in a street length dressof .covered with a white satin Bridges of
Table Tops bride's cake and Miss Sylvia with ivy. ,, Petersburg, Mr.
1 in the center tier was a clusterof
mint cloth centered with a crystal
organza over. taffeta. and Mrs.
Ted Willis of St.
: Morris, cousin of the bride Mrs. Lex Green, organist, I .
1313 N. W. 1th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 phalaenopsis orchids. On The back panel of the full' punch bowl nestling in smilax Augustine Miss Wanda Sheppard -
Kept the bride's book. Also asJ played nuptial music as the
cither side of the table were !
skirt of ruffles and Garlands were used around
> I was was and Mr. and Mrs. George
j
guests assembled, and she accompanied -
,1 l crystal candelabra holding caught at the waistline with : ,the skirt of the cloth and Sheppard and daughter. Wanda iFThT1kMB1S
I Dr. Calvin doupt,
soloist ,three burning tapers. a large rose of the same ma-I taught at staggered Intervals1' of Trenton, Miss Anna
who "Because" '
sang, I
to
The two'round punch tables, terial. She carried rescent : ,;;y sprays of pink and white Webb of Hawthorne, Mrs. Pat

""Whither 0 Perfect Thou Love."Goest, and I centered with crystal bowls, '! shaped bouquet oT"t Frenched carnations.The Dickens and Mr. and Mrs. G. ___f iIOMSativ9Mlad1

JULY J L were covered with white satin single carnations and sensation bride's book table held R. Ambrose of Jacfcjrnville, t KATHUMt VKIOB: i iN

Gene Koretz of New York I cloths decorated with garlands roses Interspersed with! a low silver candle holder witha II.ndM-Sgt E. A. Winkler, Jr. rme rs.s STM CONK
;
I City served his twin brother of ivy'and. bouquets of white ,, puffs of nylon tulle ant nar I burning white candle to of Waco, Texas.; From ;3ainesville Horror No. 3

as jest man, and the ushers pompoms. row satin ribbon loops. In her which was attached a white
: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy,
DAYS' I were Capt. Richard Yery of : Mrs.: Marvin Hazen greeted i iiair she wore a tiara of the satin bow centered with two Mr. and Mrs. John Fellers and!

Inc. BARGAIN I Washington D. C., Rav Reddish '' guests at the door at the reception tame material as her dress, lace wedding bells, delicate children, Mrs. Arthur Mac- :i

"Your Friendly Store"; I of Starke, and Clyde I' and standing m the trimmed with seed peails, to pink carnations, and two love Lean and daughter, Mrs. I
Pratt of Melbourne. receiving line were Mis. Mc-I (
I .' which was attached a veil. j I birds. Teresa Oillis, Mrs. R. M Ful- tY r
-t LadiesFREE j I I The bride, given in marriage :' Knight, mother of the bride, Miss Dorothy Masters served Mrs. E. A> Hall greeted cher, Miss Agnes Mason, Mrs. '

I I by her father chose for her Mrs. Irene Conn aunt of the' bridesmaid, and Denise I| guests at the reception and Wilkerson, Mrs. Margie Bryant' I

y I wedding a lovely gown of bridegroom, and members of I Winkler' attended as junior presented them to the receiving '' and daughters. Mr. and Mrs.

W SummerBarBQ !bridal satin, trimmed with: ap- ;( the bridal party. bridesmaid. Martha Ann line composed of the ohn R. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. .

pliques of Chantilly lace. The'' Mrs. Garl! Mathews ai'd Mrs. Mizell was flower girl The at- I,' bride and groom, their parents Irvin, Stancel Mrs. G. W. Cartoon Pickled Puss

:I molded Dior bodice featured W. B. Mundy cut the bride'scake j ji endents wore.dresses identical i,( and members of the Sandel, Mrs. A. W. Cowen, Mr. !i1 I :

Dresses i a round neckline mad' with 1 i and Miss Bonnie Vander t to that of the matron o* honor wedding party. 1 and Mrs. C. B.Sheppard, Miss I,

.. scalloped Chantilly lace. The Kamp of Cocoa "Beach and and carried crescent-shaped : Mrs. Ray Ambrose, Mrs. Faye Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. :, SUN. MON. & TUES.'

full skirt terminated in a wide Mrs. Randall'Chitty kept the i!, bouquets of carnations and Ernestine Stinson and Mrs. P. Z, Peaden Mr. and Mrs. i i JULY 23, 24 & 25Cartoon

chapel train. Her finger', tip bride's, book. :', roses. The little flower girl, in Warren Winkler cut the bride's Bob Stuebe and daughter Mr. j s

1 $ veil was attached to /an pen Among 'those assisting In 4' mint green organza dress, cake, and Mrs. Pat Dickens of and Mrs. James McHaffey,1! s

: GRILL $5 circle of orange blossoms and serving were,,Mrs. Leo Heber ? carried a miniature crescentbouquet. Jacksonville kept the bride's Miss Janice: Bryant, and Miss i'

pearls with nylon 1llusl n. Her J Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. L. G. book. Mrs. J. H. Wells and Ernestine"Stinson. I

I flowers were fashioned in a Powell, Mrs. N., S. Dankel, The bride, given in marriageby Miss Patricia Thomas pesid&lj.| I 11Gsuzl
TO KE : Vogue sweetheart design of *{rs. Leola Roberts Mrs M. ; her father chose a' lovely : at the punch bowl. In. Of The County imAxe'n Court fbt '

Given Away Values From stephanotis centered with H. Sheppard, Mrs. ''E. D. Ten-i 1 white" silk organza over taffetai.own'withlnsets After spending some time: ProbateIn Bradford CeoBtr, FloridaIn

three white Phalaenois orchids Jy, Mrs. Maxi Carter, Mrs. L.II. ; of rose point' with'theIr guests Mr. aha Mrs. Hara RE decease- "te of Henry O'-

August 5 $9.98 To Her only ornament wasa Jennings, Mrs. Guy Sale, lace in the bodice, and fEaturing Sheppard left for a week's trip I t NOTICE, TO CREDITORS #ao

1 single pearl on a gold chain. Mrs. V. V. Hazen. a square neckline The to South 'Florida. The bride I demands All persons against having the: claim estate or ofTERWILLEGAR !

Q,l $14.95Men's Mrs. Gerri Griffis of Starkeattended After spending some time : bouffant skirt. which. t crmln-}
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I the bride as matron with their guests the birdal ated in a'chapel train featured :i __ S-

of honor .in a gown of burnt couple .left on a wedding trip'to an overskirt edged" with wide'I : No If and Or Buts
t : Boldsilk organza, over taffeta, ; the Smoky Mountain 'and'i ; bands efface' slightly 'draped''''

Sport Shirt Sale featuring' a rourid''necLlne, a''!;Washington, D. C.: The bride : up in front. anoVcaught with]:F WED. THURS. & FRI.I .

P! fitted bodice, ,and bouffant; chose for traveling- suit of tucks and a "lace medallion.1: I MOTORS I JULY 26, 27 & 28
It skirt trimmed with. organza '.ice blue with matching accessories The sleeves were long and,

P GROUP 1 bertha bows. She wore a'' complemented with the 'came to lily points over the r

P matching headpiece and car- :, orchids from her bridal bou- hands. Her only ornament was' AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER

I ; j Reg. $2.98 Wash'n'Wear Cottons in Solids ried gold lace fan with clusters : quet. \i a single strand of pearls, a gift .

M, :' Ginghams, and Plaids-Rayon Cupionis and of shredded bronze'mums centered -; After July 15 they will be at '*rom the groom: Her fingertip FOR BRADFORD COUNTY

r Linens with a bronze cymbidium home at Riverside Drive, : veil -was attached to a double i."
orchid and loop streamers of;'L Patrick'' Air Force Base j I tiara of iridescents and seed j

.' : Sizes: S-M-L t' for $ '' The bride !Is a graduate of;'pearls. She ,carried a crescent-] : Announces
2 gold.Mrs. '
$3
<,z $1.98 each ,or- Kitty Robinson of Bradford High School and shaped bouquet of Frsnched'' *
S. .Florida Southern College. She I: carnations and stepVnotis AatorI
Sumter C.. Miss Elinor i i
Hager of Bradenton and Miss!i 1! has taught: to the Starlet Elementary Instruction. : Mr. Abe Abercrombie

Men's CasualSH0ES Debbie Conn of Louisvilie, Ky. 1 School in the Philippine !I !' '
Out-of-town
GROUP NO. 2 guests were bin
i
served Islands and in the Cocoa Cartoon:
bridal attendents in
as II '

:\ Our regular $2.98 and $3.98 Sedgefield, Ja}"- gowns identical to that of the 1'':Beach Elementary School. I and Manning Mrs. T. C.T., Lang Miss ton Donna of Has joined the Starke Ford Staff !, Mysterious\ 'Stranger ..'-

eon, and Nelson Paige Shirts in fine cotton I, '. .1 1;r Capt. Koretz is a graduate Robinson of Sumter 'S. C., i I

Loafers & Oxfords "I;, listing .In serving were Mrs. : of Bronx School of Science,l' Miss Bonnie Vander Kajnp, of: Mr. Abercrombie is well known to the people of I The Feature originally adivertised -
i or Dacron & Cottons including p- : Margaret Penoyer of Starke !1 New York City, and the Uni-i Cocoa Beach. Miss Jackie Hol- for July 19, 20 &

Gray-Green-Tan ered shirts with tails, 'and 2-pocket shirts and Mrs. Vivian Addison of 'I'Tersity of Maryland. Hejs ai| iy of' Palm Beach*. Mr. and'! Bradford County. He invites all his friends to come |121, Wed. Thhrs & FrL The

r Jacksonville. Presiding at the t'' Captain in the U. S.. Ai- Force !i Mrs. P1. McLaurin and Miss i Giant has been cancelled

punch bowl was Mrs,"'Lorraine s'': Telemetry Engineer, Director-i,| Paula McLaurin of Ocala,, Mrs.-: in and see him for a New or Used .Cartor, Truck, i I and the features Elmer

$$200 Sizes: S-hi-L for Dodrer of Jacksonville. I ate of Range Development AirForce ,! Irene Conn of Louisville, Ky., I i Gantry-and The Apartment

I $2.98 each or 1. 2 $5 | After a five day wedding Missile,Test Centf'.r.I i' Mel Muchn1k of New .York Ii i and also for genuine Ford parts. I, have been _added. These

:! trip to St. Petersburg the The bride win serve as read-,t City and Joe Della Parta of features are recommended

I 'j I young couple is residing temporarily -I I ling consultant with the Bre-.j Gainesville and Mrs. Joan i I II 1 for adults only.

1 In Starke. vard County Board of Public; Strickland of Leesburg I ,

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KKADFOKU COLAII'; : TttLJUiKAKi, Si'.UU, FLOUIDA
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. j .. I Citizens BewarePhony 1 1'Of !,money, septic 'tank pampers,I
Home Demonstration and those who offer a great
: i Over Years
: (!
ce ii return on a small amount of
Notes Deals i uoney. The septic tank
,. ',! ,, tc4Vt,
I i : ..', ":.- '.j, .-,': ."$ .. "e. byDOROTHY cleaners Reddish said, pump Constant ServicefttJAU

the Budget Hoh yniooh Is. Over i: t J:;v' Home Demonstration ROSS Agent Sheriff %Warns : tell just empty.the a few home gallons owner and hi; tankis then iUAtt %


, County.Commissioners are elected time, the Commission has been making Brooker 4-H Girls modeled dresses they made., Most all these Jobs, he dej ,

I d4 ,the people and elected to serve the. ends meet by "deficit financing," .Tend The Brooker 4-H girls held I They were chosen at the coun- i Bradford County residents puty said, come under some r 4

I : people %to the best of their ability. Na- unrealistic budgets, in which receipts their meeting Thursday at ty dress revue in April to represent I should be aware of "flira-flam profession and those performing AGENCY 1

I: turally they want to carry out the were overestimated, expenditures underestimated Dottie SUe Kelley's home The their county :n the artists" who take monej from them should have occu-

I wishes of the people and budget their and large deficits carriedover girls are currently working on ,state event. unsuspecting citizens, without Citizens pational should licenses always to display.ask to Fire Liability Life
'performing the services ,
I: funds to meet the needs.of. the people from one year to the other. the electricity project. Mrs. Approximately 300 club paid .
ior. Deputy Sheriff Dolph see the license, he said, and ,
t to the al- But the day of reckoning has arrived Essie'; Thompson of Clay Electric : members from all sections of : r _
t I': without, of course, 'adding :; Reddish stated.Flimflamming. ';ven then be leery olf total I,
! I I.! ready heavy burden of taxpayers: and state auditors have firmly Co-op presented the pro- j i Florida were on ,hand to participate I' Reddish;: strangers. ? .... . _= ._ ,. -i &.& "" ._....._
as ........
circuit in the
and I
the fuse box weejts,program
on
f I I'1 In these days of financial stringency told the board that "the 'honeymoon is gram breaker box. She showedthe I 1 I ""Learning -t'the.Key% Living.'They calls it, is a real problem for

I |,' that seems to be a well-nigh imposi over." THey are insisting on a realistic ,girls the safe way to replace ""heard...Y....
I i l': sible goal. If anyone knows the answer, budget, and demanding that the Commission a blown fuse how to reset leaders, including" >Williard deputy says. AF Colonel'SpeakOn SHOP '

! I,1: the Commissioners would like for him stay within it, once it is adopted. I a circuit breaker and safe- Fifield, Provost for A&ricul- "It would be surprisicg to -' '

, Ii j "to speak now, or forever hold his ty rules when using electricity.At .i i[ ture, speak on"-" :g for know," Reddish said "The Red ThreatLt. and
Commission-with four- the! Living the American Way. number of people bright here
|, peace. The present their next meeting, i I[ .
in Bradford County that get Cot C. J. (Pete) O'Con
Tuesday the Commission ad another fifths of its membership newinherited girls will tour the aU. ectric ,; Mrs. Lucia Brownell, Home i '
;
I -
nor of will
Keystone
I. kitchen and the generating I Editor of the Progressive\ Farmer taken in .on some shady business !- j Heights ., .
I ; eight-hour session with those itrou; this serious situation, and cannot I deal:' speak on the threat of,.Communism -

t."! blesome figures that seem almost' as be held responsible for the deficit-financing plant at the Co-op. :'l 1 and, spoke Tomorrow.on "Living" Extension Today The deputy gave as one example -I at Post 56 American I
V Miss Ross the agent, judged
I j"tIs hard to balance as the National,budget. debacle-unless it should continue picnic lunches which Sue Dou- !i| An;Educational Service was an elderly Starke man Legion meeting *Tuesday .night At BARKSDAlE'SAil S
I the hours listenji such tactics. It is hardly likely who paid, $500 to have his : at 8 o'clock.. ,
During morning they }- glas, and Ellen and Martha i!f i explained by Dr. M. O. Wat- '
t ji; ed to requests (all of them based oh that the present Commissioners will Elzey exhibited for then foods i i iI i kins, Di z.
reasonable needs), and during the .af- however,with the State Auditing Department I project. Sandwiches frrm the I II I! Extension Service. i hiding and neversaw the so-j 28 Reserve Col.of service O'Connor, is has had Ladies'
years a past
4ernoon they tried to reconcile those breathing down their necks lunches were served wlhl! cold I I Fit Preserves i! called contractor again. i I'{commander of American Legion J,

J requests with anticipated revenues for ahd'the threat of possibly being calledon I punch for refeshments.Girls I If you are fortunate enough' Another woman victim in Lawtey was who'J a'Negro Post 16 in Gainesville, and,

the fiscal year 1 61-62. No matter how the carpet by Tallahassee; attending were Bren-i i i to have figs, eat some raw, :aid $200 to two men posing' now resides at Keystone Summers

:they juggled the figures, the ,a answer: After a quick totting up of figures da Green, Sharon Harreli, Sue I I and preserve; some. They will as "federal agents" inspecting ]r Heights :where he is in the real;
taste h't but- j.
Romona Harrell, mighty on
good
Douglas,
:till came out with about $16,000 additional late Tuesday afternoon revealed the some for termites. For the $200 the ;.estate and appraisal business.:; .
Alice tered toast cold s
morning
Martha and Ellen Elze/,
money needed, even if the Com- need for further'trimming, the Commissioners Knight, and Dottie Sue Kelley. I( next winter., two sprayed' an oily substance His wife, Sylvia. is a "former'1r. : Dresses

!mission" "borrows" one mill, that the decided to call it a day, State II. D. Council j Pre-cook figs fI 5 to 8 minutes,,! on her house which did nothing ,!captain are members in the of WAC Post 56.and-both!!

:School Board expects to be able. to trim sharpen their pruning knives over the The State Home Demonstration depending on degree o. ripe-I but kill the grass aroundit. All i I .V

from 'its bond retirement fund. This weekend, and ,come back for anotherbit Council held !its annual j I ness. Add sugar in proportionto i iI the Legionnaires, as well as PRieEAllLdiesllats.99c

,,:would give the Commission 1825 mills of surgery next Tuesday.In J meeting and short course t tat I three-fourths pound of to Flim-flam trace Reddish artists are hard hear general CoL public O'Connor, are invitedto speak
said
I :for 1961-62 instead of its present 17.25, the meanwhile Sheriff ,Reddish the University of Florida'!I sugar to one '''pound of figs. lesidents don't because'I.eliable I ruesday night. i

.but) would not false the overall levy, agreed to take :another look at his de this week. Tl1oS'e'at'tndtng ,j I Cook gently, without s'irring'! descriptions of the report culprits, or :. I

Isinee: it. would be picking up a mill partment's budget and see, if it couldbe from ,Bradford, bounty: were ,i I .until syrup thickens Lghtly i II even get a tag number. A tag i!
and
Mrs. A. C. Ellis, president, and figs become semi trans-
Jiow being, cut" off by the! School Board trimmed, although he held, out no Miss Enza Blanchard, delegate :, parent. Allow to stand over-I number, the deputy said is J# itA i 1 1I I

i But.. the 16,000 shortage, which hope of cutting off the $7,500 requested of the, county council. I,. night to "plump." Continue I, the most important evidence

Doomed even aft 'the Commission,had by Commission. Miss Dorothy Ross accompanied I I cooking the fruit until it is,I! to remember when reporting working galneeds 1

finished. its first round of. "trimming," Although his budget remains the the ladies to Gaines i i! thoroughly saturated with! such an offense to authorities '\ ,

presents ..the board .with the distaste- same, the Sheriff told the board his of- ville. i I 6u ar. Pack in jars, cover with I because it tells where a person a Pal 1!" .
is from, or at least where he' ,
)alternative of, .cutting out some fice "made" about $20,000 less this In the state dress revue I: syrup and seal j been."Citizens. l..
nas :
f..a
needed and desired service, or adding year than in 1959-60. He attributedthis Thursday night Mrs,: fcugene! .l Process in water bath 15 should be urged to Uncly Steno-I..J rIrkea
Pearson and Mrs. J. R. Kelley i I II I minutes. 1tpb.iq fad d feiwtco.bws.
on another mill two-above the to the recession not quite so R
or proposed -
I ___ deal only with known and reliable ... a. j
1825." ,much traffic on U. S. 301, prisoners businessmen," Reddish PINt LINEI .
t Hoping that Sheriff' Reddish might serving out terms because they don't Keep Close Watch I .y! I Ir i said, "and certainly not deal 1!!Ihntloeh SS'n sa i ti.. i i

be able to trim ot11$7,500 from his have money to pay their fines, and the For Screw Worms i with strangers without givingus ao..4No SKIP!*.

$62,150.50 budget, the board asked if tendency not to get into so much trou- I II a chance to check them' Wht mat ft.oar,, wut>Mpsrfktlytlesr. r..r.r I INo
department could, get along with ble when money is scarce. Animal Owners Told II first." And, if taken in, report sXAa!" ,, '
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rene the incident to the
less deputy and one less automobile. There's nothing like a budget session wleorl.'satgksostlsM ..
Owners of livestock and pets Sheriff's Department as soon I s yaNp[owls.
!! e Sheriff,said he could not, and add- to give an understanding of thecounty's I Our Soil 0 Our Strength! NO CRAUPI"'
as possible, the said
are urged to keep close watch i deputy _
m/.1.IC M
d that he actually needed one more affairs, and to uncover the Conservation earnestly."If .
weeks for Soil
the
during next two
ull-time man. Although the Commis- many problems that are faced. Anyone f, you wait two or three ea' x

Won does not have the power to order who wants to know more about our I any signs or on their screwworm animals Infestations ,,1 N-E-W-S ::days as most people do the All Men's and Ladles Ready-

changes in the Sheriffs' budget, it can local government would do well to l lI thief will have already ieeced uw kM -
it announced this weekoy Bill Haas
was By
fcfuse approval, in,which! ,lease the Sheriff spend a few hours at the session next Commissioner of Agriculture i I several more persons and w j'12 to-wear Greatly Reduced!

may appeal to.,a board! in Tallahas-: Tuesday when the board members will Doyle Conner. !i President,,John F. Kennedy j I II cleared out," the deputy states. '"sN1e. BRILLlA"T

ft. gather again and make the big decision Reason .for the warning, 1 I calls upon the people '-f the 'But most of of all. he said, beware .t..=.u'w;.1oo-I ColorC.COLORS......

i:1,, Bounty Clerk Charles Darby says whether to cut services or raise mill- Conner said, is that a new United States by proclamation! get-rich-quick schemes ]".'". "'" iii-.... .Color. or business deals whic offer .. BARKSDALE'SDepartment
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I to observe the week beginning1! i ,... --
the Commission's first real financial age. Apparently there'is no easy way generation of flies .from the 23 National Farm something for nothing .-._.... .1IIt... -_.uw..-om...-...'
July as
time. The chickens,have finally original infestation discovered ) Madsct .
troubles started ,five or six years ago out this Some -
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Week. He rem 'lds all common deals which
tfhen the agreement ,:waR first madet come home to roost and the easy era';,, due near) to. Bonifay be hatching on June now.18 Any;are Safety farm residents that Saiety is I have been pulled"'locallr are I I, Bradford,CountyTELEGIIAM

> give -a larger share.pf; the race track of "pleasing everyone" has come to a sOrt of wound on any warm I a Family, Affair," and urges' phony contractors to fix Store

money To the School, Board... Since that sudden halt. blooded animal, including cats all persons. and organizations 'homes, pest control outfits,': I -

.' and, dogs, attracts, the female i Interested in the safety of ... 1.
J '_'_ ,_'_ ,_-_-- the gloriosa. And as usual, screwworm fly to deposit her arm people,to participate in -l
i \ e're trying to find the nameof eggs there. this special endeavor to re:1::1
/ / aI Farmer's duce farm accidents. }11 Convert To
DiaryBy it. Fertile eggs hatch in a short
? The Soil Conservation Service !
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a f 41 S's time and the larvae, or worms I
Sam that feed the liv- is assisting the Florida I II'
McGarveyI emerge on
% But there's a lot of work, '
ing flesh of the>host animal. If!I' Agricultural Extension Service NOW !
too. The Mimosa tree is being ,
of
] observarce
1 jndetected and 'tr rated they in the annual '
attacked by something, the
sultry weather associated with I National Farm Safety Week. i
1I I van kill a full grown steer in NATURAL
r satsuma needs fertilizer, a '
t ,, : I that period. Incidentally, the Jess than ten days.: : I II
J period has already started up little pyracantha is stunted, Discovery of any worms in( The other day Carl Harton .
and just about everything
J north, according to our almanac a wound on any warm blooded i| was discussing fish ponds ,
I
needs spraying, weeding, or AND GET
animal, including wildlife,( When he remarked, "If you FREE
some doggone thing or other. .
,
should be reported at once, want to see some fish, come
j We the fuss I nut and see pond" then.
hope letween it was said, to the county my
our state and .Georgia over Mowed around the place agent, veterinarian, or livestock showed me a picture of Mrs. dV INSTALLATIONTHROUGHOUT I
y i taxes on broilers and citrus this week, and in so doing, Inspector.In Harton holding a 5 lb.. 2 oz...>
Now that a the openirig date1 i 1 !gets settled soon. It's bad e- cut down the dog fennel "be- the meantime, sterile I, bass she had caught out of] dIk

for the .market has been diet, :lough as it is now,but if Georgia J on: the full moon in August," screwworm V flies, produced and the pond. J;i I ( l t '
tobacco growers can plan bet-. ever;closed the border we which is supposed to keep the packaged at the U. S., Department C. B. Blickensdeffer, Plant, YOUR
ter oft getting their leaf to '* sure would miss that golden fool stuff from seeding. of Agriculture research Material Specialist wh the]

warehouse during the 19 selling supply of Yankees. I. .l laboratory .at Kerrville, Texas, Sou" Conservation Service,}! as .

days set up in the market- '.V Biggest rattler ever killedin u-e being flown to the Panama 'visited the' farm of 'teaton'Morgan ,' :HOUSE! .
Ing i agreement.'itjs Alice slapped a'jar of hot: City airport for'aerlal;dispersal Jr. to see how the
Florida, according to records (
peppers she had put up in over" the, Bpnifay area at the planting of a new summer 4f
.
*" of)Jnteresfjthit): under j vinegar on the table this week, ft.,,5&was inches.one that If measuredS you ever late of -about one.' million. a!|'cover, crop was 'doingarea. tor this ,' ..r '
controlSrftobacco prices have: and said "Cracker.Boy here's week. This cover crop is more : ____
Jriaen: < from* about 39.cents a, something you ought tc like'" ee one even near tha: size According fo Dr. C. I. suitable to wet land -Jhan''. ". 1 ;4
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fake it to Ross Allen and he'llJive
pound? :,'in' '1940 to--three, times Sam reared back and eyed the : Campbell, director M the ',other types of cover crop; but, I
that amount in 1960. ftid at you $200 During the Summer Months The City otArkeWill ;
peppers. suspiciously. He still date's Division of Anknal Industry the best method of planting .
the 8&&e: time prices f m-many remembers the time while new facilities are being the seed has not been estab-1 I '
other farm commodities have having a meal'with a country The corn tops ripe the to- rushed at kemrille to increase \ fished.George'. ; Make FREE GAS INSTALLATIONSto j ;1 ;

stayed; at the 1940 level, while family, he 'was playing: the baoco'S in the barn and it's the potential output there to f
fanners': costs' have risen fool and took a big bite of a time now to hunt the shade. about 10 million sterile flies Alvarez and >Harry |l Those who Have Service Lines A1.re4dy.( .''In

sharply. hot pepper. For only mad dogs and .perweek.- It is not expected Schleppl used the District :
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S. .es Englishmen go out in the such a large number will be 'I roto-mower to control the: stalled. -

Few things. grow as fast as There's a fabulous h1ngI noonday sun. needed to wipe out the EOnifay weeds on their new planting j .I .
'
swee\. x tatOeL Saw a patch place, just west of Melbourne pocket of infestation Campbell of Pensacola Bahia.

that Edwin Starling .Set .i put I known as Lake Helen ,Blazes. Social SecurityA said unless It should' be,, Leaton Morgan,Jr. used the I,
wi\n vine cuttings just a shbit The story is told, that the discovered the, situation is'': District roto-mower to &feet; rid I II ,e V We Connect and tbnveti tias-burning Appliances ,

time age. and the new plants early name of the place was. representative of the getting out of controL Fly dispersals -I I of his tobacco -stalks.

are \taking,hold and growing "heU V blazes" but It was Gainesville Social Security office are presently expectedto The Distiict'hai a m'nimum I AT NO Cta'3 'l ,
like weeds. changed by a fussy mapmaker, continue until the first fee of $5 on all qu1pm:nt. I "
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will be at the courtroom
i and ever since historians have hard freeze in West Florida.! : -i' ,,, '_ .. .
Our young dogs Piddle! an4'' been trying to find out who m Starke at 9:30 a. m. Friday, 3 FFA Members : 'R <,"'Jf'- .
Paddle, broke.loose on, higtit IIelen Blazes was. July 28, for the purpose of .'

this week and we worried conducting social security busi- fairyTale ':Take 'Forestry For ;Kitchen Enjoy Constant su,; Iy'+tffltf Service at .Lower

about them' tangling with ft'1 One of the great joys in Will Be Seen, I' ., ,:. 0
ness.Persons IAt'Camp'O'Leno
'coon and getting chewed up. having a number of things who desire to make At Florida' Theatre Cost .. ,H : ':: -

As the saying goes, a 'coon planted around your home ,is applications for social security: 1 Three Bradford County vocational '1: .. ; .

will make an old dog oil of a I the ever-changing: ,cycle of retirement or survivor benefits A modernversion, of a fairytale i I agriculture students 1; i "" .' ....- .

young one in. a. .hurry. new things coming in, bloom. secure social security acr beloved around.the world. are taking a week's course In' V ,"* .

This week, for example, we tount numbers or get any othersocial "Snow White and top Three practical forestry methods: at Inquire About New Low Rates for' Air:Conditioning
Days aren't due to,start. have ah
..Dog enormous lily which security informat.on are i I otooges.will be shown on ,,O'Leno'State' Park near High ,I
until -,,July 27, but we've.alt has a cluster of blooms about invited to see the representative I.the screens of the Florida Springs. .

ady. nad.: ..'J.some_ ., 6f, the. hot, eight inches across resembling at this time. ''I Theatre this Sunday Monday.t Glen Sapp. Leroy Griffis, Operation. 0"i i

---, and Tuesday. July 23, 24, and and Thomas Harley, members! For Laundry
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I-S5, in Deluxe Color and of local FFA Chapter, were : "

ESTABLISHED 1879Florida's I Cinemascope.The .selected to attend the course.. : .DIAL 964-1301 '". ; ;
i ioJ renowned figure Skater, Wood-using Industries spon-, f d '

s .: Carol H .iss, will portray SnowiWhite t tOr the CamP. which- is under I I T ,L, FOR. FURTHER INFORMATION ": ; -- /
oldest weekly with Edson StrcU in1' the direction of the Florida .
.,, V ,Newspaper Published Con- the role of Prince Forest Service.ThV'if0'jouths: 7

tinaooslr Upder Hie Same TinT Rabbi I.a1 ChImtng'1 .Attending will receive Instruction :

Mi&thead i MOna child ; in forest waetlces: 'to' reU1ein' -: o. ARKE

E. L. MATTHEW'SSUBSCRIPTION : portray Snow White as a I, pare far managing; their; For Bath CITY1OfNatura1 -SI ;
child and Patricia 'Medina own farm woodlands I II

Editor and OwnerV will play the. famous wicked I ..
I F be seen performing the double ,
queen. ,,f WI which smtoine: : '.
,RATES. no other: f '
IN TRADE AuA' OUTSIDE TRADE AREA* ,. The five time World "Figure skater can do; when SnOw;: l Gas Department

.ONcYEAR -. 3.00 ONE YEAR 3.50 Skating champiOn lint also be White celebrates her,birthday..
'IIX MONTHS 1.73 *ix MONTHS i.aojaONTHt V aided by the Three Stooges, asher
THREE .. 1.00 THREE MONTHS 1.25 henchmen Miss Heiss had THE TREND Is TO CHIBOPBACTtC -, ,m

.;publWted Each Thursday; and Entered aa Second>> qua Matter "'. no stand-in in her mart debut 4:' 86 SEE YOU i dSGAfc DAVIS Supermtfehdeht _

,** tite Pest Offke at Starke, Fla. under Act of March'!, 1179 because she: has no equal on iCIIIB0PMCTOEVirIRST AND .. .
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THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961' BRADFORD'COL'Ir'TY TELEGRAPH;: STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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Y : : : : .:. ,4 Heitbronh "RaPfistsRevival. Singing will begin 41> 7:43 -
tarter: Sentenced I, EVEKGRifSNBAPTIST See Florida, This Simmer All se.i.D -
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CHURCHSunday : : : f. : { *
.: ,. ;.; ( ,, ; .. ,Se t, R. Redding upon arrival/ : TIIE mG'Jl\. 'W>"sr for the
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School 10.a.. m. v. '_- { invited brine tI
Everyone anij
!ti1 lax Charge 1 Preaching, 11 a. m. Training Park : Revival Services at Heil- ;your singers. i I, \tay you write.. Come in and.
Head Branch .
Thousands Gold > 1.
I 7:20 Union: p. 5:30 m.: p.Prayer m. Preaching Meetin;, .! Enjoy/ "bronn Baptist 'Church \till beheld SUNDAY SEBVICKSCHRISTIAJT I select your favorite ESTER-

r% > nightly. 'at, 7:30, p.. m. 'Cln RCil
7:30 -
Continued From Paca One] Wednesday p. m. I from Moi):day, July] 24 through Carl Clarke, Minister I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEX

!f tr, Wednesday Bible! study, I'Sunday,,July, 34}. 1Q00; a.. m. Biille, School}I 4
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7:30 m Jos. E. Norman,
.' 'The p I 1-- iiir '.._ Evangelist will be Rev. W. 11:00,a. ai.Worship and Comuunion. -I
fj nine were seized: in a pastor. '
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,[,| ., .l.eries of raidsstaged in Du- j I CHURCH OF GOD ,

=ial. Clay, and Bradford coun- i j 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship,, =1 4; S, S !

ties in March 1958, and which Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 7 '
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4 ;resin]tail' in what was de- Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday, s i I,,
': Evening Service, 7:45 p. m... PLANNING AN ADDITIONON
:SCr)bed as the seizure of one I
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01 |i yPE Service Wednesday, 7:45.!, jl -- '
the largest caches of (p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday,, II
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| --gambling paraphernalia ever '7:45 'I l
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,: IIIGIILL Sunday School, 10 a. m.;::1 I : 4f4 i'A t 'S i CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND EXPERT ADVICE '
I BAPTIST CHURCH' Morning Worship, 11 a. m : -

Sunday School: iii5: a, m.,' Evangelistic. services, 7:30 p: QUALITY MATERIALS AND FINE CRAFTSMEN..

j Morning Worship, 11 a.: m: and, 1 l'm. ,I
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i Visit I'I 1I I 1 1I I I COMMUNISM; AND yOU. :; ;


our display mod I f ; I
els See : -- -' P" -' -- -- -
the many avail. 7 --" "

able styles. Discover the ''I Lake Johnson a'- GO'-ld-Head Branch S'tate'park'lur vacationers to enjoy swimming, 'boatiti tf and If, the Communist, conspiracy continues its advance in. the '\ : ,

full value in IEH Homes. II picnicking in a tranquil setting of slash pines and hardwood forest An inviting ravine, reached by,stairways -' ; t world, \ye can expect to either, engage them in war or be en j
Compare the many values IEH offers 'ou-a com- '; leads to the branch where an old mill once stood. Nature trails take hikers 'into remote areas '. :, S slaved by them within the next fifteen It is impor I !
years.
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that make IEH plete custom building {i where wild life can be seen in its natural habitat. An ideal family retreat the park has camping faclli- I
tant thateach of learn all to this
pertaining ]
us we. can menace
Homes more livable and service with architects'planning. ties and 14 cabins for rent. Gold Head Branch, located near Keystone 'Helgbis is one; of :22"state.. ., :: ;'. ,
and our leaders in Washington to act and ,
:.af. better investment. Quality construction parks scattered throughout Florida. .*. -." : encourage

Financing : ,.,' combat this evil in: an effective manner. ,.

Investigate the IEH way within your budget limi : : t :: : '.':':-' : ) < "'0.' Should. Communism subjugate our nation, what would,hap I
tations. : ; ,
to a home of your own. four completion Your choice stages.of :22 State Parks -,-..-4 -'" --r---- -_.'., < : ;,'" ,..- .-i.,.; {..... f a. '. ,'. ':, "". 1-, peri to,our 'people? What would ,happen to you', your wife. ,

'Visit one of many IEH t, 1 i 1 I' .,;-,, 031 ', r. .. your children' and your neighbors?
,'.f ...10 .f. I
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Homes tion in under this -jfrea,construe--then Best of all-you'll like Offer Varied I I, ', !, l-,, tr.I .--,"-'1., -.'-_-"_ .-' .-"/-1 ..'' .....-r-". "' fn.,..., 5.i.,, <;':.!.' t We should. expect no better'' treatment than did the peopleof

visit our, completed, furnished the financing plan. No I '. ( --- : ,:... \..,,-' ,, ,r f' \, -..,, .: l.f,; 5M1 .. Russia, or the people; of China and other satelite_ countries

J model at 400 W. down payment. Easy I ."-- i '. ---_ ,.r"--0 '"), 20 I- t. I__. : 1' In. fact, it is the belief of the best informed students '
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Madison Street.PRICED terms that will be paid Attractions 1 ', ----... '. I "-..... ty, 'J--.,,, -".. of Communism that we would receive much harsher treat

off soon. There's an IEH 1, (t t. !... ;--t' t,6; .'t., ment. Almost a billion people are being taught to hate us.
Home for This ill -.r
everyone .6.a/- :
r D ;1 4o This would cause those who would enslave us to, possibly
week take _, _
our trip and 'II C.... I
FROM you'll agree. A cool dip in the ocean? A ", -.r..c,.. ;..- ., !. treat us with the most tortuous. methods known to man.

hike along a nature trail? ,.. ";'t't.,S. .. : ., ... ,'-'13. .i- \t.,....'!a r : Being Communists, they would_be forced to murder or send. .
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these. are some of the activities J ,;1. "r '" C to labor camps, all-except those useful in some way to the

$43 that Florida's 22 state ..' .. -J-... .__..- I'T State-those in business, leaders, within government, thoseIn
parks are offering this sum ._ .. .. J........ ,
for them
1\10.\ i- '- : -< r. authority in anyway. It would, bP necessary to

mer.The parks located throughcut STAE PARKS .'' ,b'- -__-\", t. .' :.---.'+' murder: perhaps sixty million of us. Those left would not

> S".J: __ .?' :. I.. be to travel from their place of residence except .
permitted
the state, give vacationersa ,- 'L'. _..... ,. ,
LaRUECorporation chance to enjoy picnicking, I, 1. Anastasia -- ...,. .\,- --- -'. .by special permit; you would not be permitted to express .
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swimming, boating fishing or ; 2. Collier-Seminole, *. ,':. 'r.--. \ \t.. :. an idea contrary the Communist view; you wou4! \ be forced
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j 3. Florida Caverns .. ::; : : '. ;
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hiking in :
Eden-like retreats. where would be required
to join Communist cell
11 Fort Clinch 'i ;::' ; ___. :J a you
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Camping at reasonable ratesof ; .. to meet to "confess" sins against Communism
regularly
..__ your; ,
5. Fort piekens hM- .
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$1.50 ,
a day plus tax, can .
-II.. and promise to do better children would be
be enjoyed.at 15 of the 6. Gold Head Branch : : : ,' 1.I ; your
;' parks. .. '"' ': taught only what the Communists permitted. In short, '
Those who exult in natural 7. Highlands HazmockHillsbdrough ; ,, 14't: I your
i dOp W. 3Iadison, St. Phone 964-8641 8. River : 'I = .. I freedom be totally destroyed and would live, if
:r scenic beauty will; find the ,! ".". 1 :- ;: 1 : r would you
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parks present a Florida unspoiled 9. 0.TAvlor" Birch : '>." (}...._ : permitted, to live, as a_.slave to the State. J
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I 10. Jim Woodruff ,p' '
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and preserved such as S If feel freedom is worth fighting for 1
we
may
i you your
-.-. ,. .. ._ __ __ the early settlers found. Ranging j 11. Jonathan Dickinson .). ... q F -T" \
r : that tudy/tQ jnform.ypurself on the evils of .
5 12. Gardens .' .. .... .. suggest you _
Klllearq .
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from '
,ocean-aide to inland !, : rr :11tt.tW..:! : .. u" :, h
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.J r ....... the Communist conspiracy whose avowed purpose is to con + ,
13. Manatee .
\ COLE Springs '" : :
[ '.I'tire" CHAIRS facilities the parks are as I '){ s ',. dl,,, ; ........ !
varied as the state itself.) ll*. Myakka River 'H" 1t." ,"..I;.' ,':.:;I. '.. .. ; '9 seer and enslave the world. Discuss it with your neighbors

... r1 Collier-Seminole, for instance _15. North Little Talbot Biver: ',,/ ,...i16 /!,-'. + _. .';........ and friends and encourage'them to learn all they can about

is located 17 'miles O'Lenoi t; -"- '' .... : how; the Communists are at work in the world and in our r.

.outh of Naples in the Ever- i 17. Oscar'Scherer ** \.$;:tf.:. .. .( '. IL own country. Write! your Congressman (don't blast him) ,

f QGt glades region. Here can be I 18. Pellicer' Creek ** :_..\'i .. .t,. ,' and encourage him to persist in his efforts to have those '
i. een the 19 St. Andrews ....,..:..:.' ""'tV S:,"
sub-tropical foliage t' in authority to deal firmly with those who would destroy 3; I
r.I and animal life found in the 20. Suvannee River <.. : ._ $ I
lti ; t us. 9
21. Tomoka
aK fast acreage of mangrove and : '. :r I
:::50ffI :.. .e marsh. Of special interest is 22. Torreya. : c." '", -. -. 'I ", .._.., / '5 5 Most of the people on Earth more clearly understand, and t I fI

I the Royal Palm Hammock, ,, ,:-, -'. I'- --"r."" .':. ;.d,. ....., ; admire those who deal fairly but firmly. It is imperative ta

which has the tallest Royal ) that'we ,deal firmly with this menace and. form a positionof ,'
Parks With Gasping Area
aIm in Florida [190 feet]] w strength.
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A delightful contrast is Partially Developed Park -

jr -Torreya. State Park near, J SLADE GAS OF STARKE ,..
sristol m Northwest Florida, .t '
150 deer. (The unusual subterranean rock cffering such varied recreation ,r .
where
high bluffs : I _
the Apalachicola overooking River give Myakka River Park. 17 miles I formations and, the cave's cool and scenic i utyt.t e vacationer =: .f
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<63-degree temperature are need not.go. out of i, ..
the illusion of being in the I, past of Sarasota, is Florida's Florida !
t. I equally attractive. to enjoy summer. of"
mountains. i I %largest, and rated of .
Noteworthy botanically as one ,
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| Other parks with special( attractions fun.ALVAREZ' ",
I are the rare Torreya i !.he finest wild life sanctuariesin .
Spring tensIon '.ree and the Florida Yew the country. It is one of i I but! not'completely: I

back _' sound only in this area. j I I .wo in the state with cabins ; developed include Jim, Woodruff 101 ,5 SPjftI ..
\ "I I Park, Lake Seminole
on
For those who enjoy beach j I for rent in addition to regular < :
e All nylon : j and the dam'at Chatta- I 1 .to.n
a near I
recreation, :
I the state has six.j camping facilities. Another in-
bearings
i hoochee, and Pellicer Creek, ..
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arks located along the coast. ;i iand park noted for the scenic 1,0,
Back tilts ,.. Anastasia '/ 15 miles south of St. Augus- I
near St. Augustine j I beauty of North Florida is 1 66611I
IncUpendtntlyIncreases Beach, has low coastal dunes .i j I Gold Head Branch, 'ocated j l tine. I
.f, ,ht I li I
and i With many state parks "t'
: a picturesque lagoon in near Keystone Heights or 40 so .1
addition to the Atlantic miles southwest of Jackson ., J I

II I II Ocean. Farther up the coastat ville. Lakes, a beautiful ravine j Men's Clothing' ''I I ',.'

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I Fernandina Beach is Fort set amid groves of pines make STORE, '.
I Clinch i Lstabli>;tied 1894 .J
Park with ideal bath- for ideal family recreation. i I
ing and picnicking facilities. This, park also has cabins for ::1, J{ ,

Near Jacksonville is North rent. i ; i ., f'
Little Talbot Island, also with Jonathan Dickinson Park at ;

I I I swimming facilities in the I I I Hobe' Sound has the blue waters ; The New Scripto To Residents of Starke, Bradford County,. :
Atlantic or St. Johns River. i I of the Loxahatchee Rive Ii !

1 ; efffciency by eliminating fatigue. You can At Fort Lauderdale is Hugh I ,to increase enjoyment of campers I I Keystone Heights, and Vicinity i :t !

odtyt it 4-ways. to fit your body. Molded foam Taylor Birch Park, with some and vacationers. Tomoka .Business1ineQaJI Pen ; : I Id
of the most expensive beach I State Park, near Ormond $: .
I fubber seat, covered with latest Fabrkoated,mate. frontage in the world. Beach, has two rivers, the '

rial. Will not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum Not completely developed as Halifax and Tomoka,. lending and d RefillsFOB Itl: : WE ARE NOW PAVING 1'
.v ret but still open. to the, pUb- their special, charms.. r, : :1 ,
f frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates and lic is Oscar Scherer Park on I At Hillsborough River State '" ,

:Jtop bearing casters. Seat size 16%" x 1 14J4"x 2%", the Gulf at Osprey.combine Herevacationers Park, 23 miles northeast of : ) AtL BUSINESS: VVTUTJNG. ii I FOOD FAIR (SE ;ZERf&l PARKING >T

can shell Tampa, the river forms a series -

t I hunting with bathing and pic I,| of rapids before coursing! / only ,25c e.acjjmm b. 'S. 'S. NQEGEL USER CAR LOT $r :

J L F nicking. Around the Gulf Coastat past the swimming, picnickin J I '.1
"EXECUTIVE" .
Arm Chair Panama City Beach is St. and camping areas. O'Leno: ,. 2( ANp LIBBY SAtES & SERVICE ",: :; ,
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i Colorful l, Impressive, the last word In Andrews Park, noted for high miles south of Lake City, is! : ,<
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beauty. Brushed aluminum, satin sand dunes and jetty extending noted for the Santa Fe. Ri\er:: ,, : i ': : : '

-4 smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with Into the ocean. tributary of the Suwannee, .". I I I : i:
adjustable tension and adjustable Historic Fort Pickens Park which flows through, the park i I CAL NOW :

height. Swivel ball-bearin casters, two miles west of Pensacola Farther north is Suwannee: 'y with 'Refills J 10c I/ :

size, 191-:"x 1154 NaSeat x 2%".. Beach on Santa Rosa Island, River Park, west of Live Oak T. T ( J f ea..".. I '. .
provides sightseing- tours'of j jAt Manatee Springs State! I .

the fort along with picnicking, j' Park, near Chlefland, the Sujwannee .I ILV&} .. ': I! LOW 0 a$4

it itI' trimming and camping facilities I again provides Us I .. I r' FOR ESTIMATE

0 0 0I Down in the fort's dun-, j beauty 1,000 ,
eon can be seen the cell where, major springs in the coun I I : I ;
I ,. Gte"'.. Cray. .. Colt Uif Gr... |,owe the' Apache chief, Geronimo, try. I .; RED .. tI' t/,/ ':* '.'
I .'J Saddl, T.. Ttrra Cotta ... .. 't Before Move
Wm -a3 imprisoned. Killeara : Vf Ofi
i Gardens,' north ol I' ; Equipment Qyt r01f.Q
i -.:. Sapphire ral..Appl Bu!{.Grata..Kuiitt.BRADFORD. and soft trend. | sheds .h If the wild beauty of hammocks Tallahassee, is the only park:,, v ; <'.fJ.- E\J\ R.MEDIUM.,: 'POINTSiTsermosf ,. Ii I : ,

i swamps unusual birds, with formal gardens. The beauty II t

ii and animal life exert. an appeal of azaleas, dogwood and ca- I : i
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Florida has some inland i j'l melbas in the spring annually I. T** 1 + II ; .
parks that :
could very well be draws thousand Although I
COUNTY
in Africa or South America. : the gardens are .closed during ::1 writing ever c/ev/sec// /. ,

Highlands Hammock, near Se- I summer, the park's recreation {
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bring has jungle-like hammocks area on Lake Hall remaiN I r I CONTRACTING COMPANY Lie.I
; and JO miles of nature I open year around. Since the ; 5 .t i i .

: TElEGRAPH trails, Vacationers can enjoya underground caverns at Florida : ; :
Iemp Phone EVergreen 8-6511 Jacksonville '
4 Catwalk Trail over' swamp* paverns were first discovered It a Qf.4Wuntv: I I ; .
waters and .lucky, catch a I this park, near Marianna, tL 1; i '

glimpse of some of the park has been a major attraction. .. '
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961

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Nursery SchoolTo Near Theressa ure to have vehicle under Masons To Meet
Stdrke Builders f control, running red light j
Council Tells Engineers Odorous Water Be RecognizedAt A regular meeting of the
and causing an accident for- ,
Hold 1/2 Game InMidget Baptist Church Washed Out Culvert I teited bond of $37.50. : :Masons will be held Monday
July 24, at 8 p. m.-1n Bradford

To Plan Sewer ProjectContinued I iStill.PlaguesSaratoga I Lodge No. 35.
Baseball Special recognition will 'be i; Causes Train PileUpA I At the meeting Master of
THE RIGHT POINT for the!
given Sunday morning at the ..
Degrees will be confer
I Mason
11 o'clock worship service to write. Come in and!
way you
[ From Pag: One Asked Engineer Scott to Area Starke Builders Supply witha washed out culvert derailed -' out over the 15 foot deep hole cd on three candidates Char.
all Children, their select favorite ESTER-j,
I II Nursery your
have his firm investigate the 4-1 won-loss record in the the engine and piled up four ; left by toe washed out culvert. lie Jerome Johns Jimmy 4
teachers, by the BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-;
fiscal agent. parents, and:
... source of foul water seeming- second half of Jaycee Midget cars of a Georgia Southernand Another culvert about 30 Thornton, and Glen S. Wade,
pastor of the First Baptist
-I would hesitate to say .
that" Woolburn replied. 'y coming from the city's new I Continued From Page One] League Baseball play is hang- Church Rev. Leo A. Hebert. Florida freight train near yards from the washed out i I t
$22,000 well. ing to a one half game edge Theressa Wednesday after- one. had six or eight inchesof I J
'Where the money will come : Voted to ask the County bothered with bad watv until over the Florida Pest Control They will be the 'Taster's j :Loon, but trainmen suffered dirt washed from under it,
is supposed to be answered the Guests" during the worship: ; ]
'from i new well began pam$ lg. C. W. Coson
Sheriff's Department for $50 team which has only three only cuts and bruises. witnesses said, but the train :
by the engineer's report, *ervice.
McMillan
also pointed out that I
The took about -
per month for supplying night wins against one loss. pile-up place I traveled safely over it. Washed
Scott stated. A Parent Night program has
Engineer bulfur
has '
no chance to settle
radio communication for the > Community State Bank is 3:05: p. m. as the south bound out culverts also caused a
'This111 be a hot issue in I out in the water tank before ,een arranged for Tuesday V ,
ounty. The city, previous to holding down third place witha I freight was going from Val- similar train crash at the V .
the city until we find out going to residents.The idght July 25, at 7:30 in the
I getting their own radio system, 1-3 record while Johns Oil \losta Ga. to Palatka. The same spot about two years
w where the is coming church recreation room. A I
money paid the county $50 per monthn new pump pushes water Company first half champions five man crew was all from ago, local residents said.MAYOR'S I
from and who will be taxed, j panel discussion will DC held i
directly into the water lines
with valdosta.
a reciprocal arrangement. trails everybody' The train makes a
Jackson said. "That's m an effort to answer the
t Mayor I' he said and only water not cnly one win and four big de- round trip from Valdosta I COURT
Referred $85 medical bill
the hidden thing that hasnt' an 'questions of parents concerning -
immediately: consumed goes feats. I. every other day while & sister
beep mentioned until now." j for Joe Sermons escaped Negro 'into the tank. The tank is their Nursery: age ndren'and Just eight cases came be-
In last week's play the freight makes the opposite
301 Problem mental patient, back to their religious life. A let- ,,
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actually used to operate the Starke Builders won tare con- fore Mayor W. T. I Billy
In answer to a question put Bradford Hospital since coun- ter from the pastor and in- [ run.Engineer
4 McMillan said, cutting Jackson in Mayor's Court
pumps. ,
H. W.
ty and state officers participated tests of the three they played. Powell, who :
formation to the I
D. relating
Council Chairman J.
jjby them off when the water the | Monday for a light week.
The Builders whipped was running the engine, said
in his arrest well :
as as
J R. nursery child has already
E.
Doyle the fiscal agent,
eaches a certain level and t Arether Martin Negro, tak-
he
the city police. Pest Control 7-1 edged Johns i' didn't see the washout until -I
Woolburn, said arrangements been mailed to each parent.i ,
J cutting them back on when Oil 2-0, but dropped a 5-1 decision the train was 50 yards fromIt ; ng car without owner's permission -
could be made for the city to Received a report from The four Nursery Depart-j .
u the level back down. : forfeited bond of
goes to the Community and then it was too late to
a short-term loan if the Councilman Carl' Hurst that ments of the Sunday School t!
Afloat An aeration process which Bank. In two other games last 'I stop. The heavy engine somehow I $37.50. i I
contract for re-routing U. culverts will be installed shortly gave a combined aching '
would take the sulfur out of week Johns Oil won their: first rode over the washout R. L. Threatt vagrancy
i S. 301 south came.through be- under the railroad on I' staff of 12 teachers and an
the Is sentenced to five in jail.
water. too expensive] for decision 4-1 over the Com derailing on the opposite side days
the bonds could be sold.Bucft' Orange Street to help local enrollment of 45 children.
fore the city to consider using Billy David Quarles, unlawful .
munity Bank, but then drop- and going off the track at a \'.
I.. a loan could be gotten residents with a drainage pro- They have just met the last '. ';r
Council Chairman J. D. Doyle speeding, forfeited bond :
ped their second loss ot the slight angle but staying up- ...
7 from a local bank either in blem. Railroad officials are of the requirements 'necessary i 11. >:'':.
week 6-4 to the Pest Control right. A rail pierced the of $27.50. ;
engine -
4 Starke or Jacksonville Wool- supposed to be here the first said.As discussion ended once StandinpV L GB TO qualify as a Standard Department j just below the cab caus- James Willard Neveils, reckless '' Invites his friendsTo
burn said, with the stipulation of next week, Hurst said. of the Sunday' .
; again with no solution in Builders Supply 4 1 ing a jagged one and a half driving, forfeited tond of
that. it be paid bacic with Took no action on a report sight Mayor Billy Jackson Pest Control 31 % School as set up by the Sunday foot long hole in the front of $102.50. i
furkfs from the new bond Issue by Street Superintendent School Board of the Southern Visit Him
S. jokingly told Councilman Community Bank 13: 2% the engine. William Crosby disorderly i!

R. Hicks that the city needsa Johns that it is "just possible Johns Oil Company 143: Baptist. Convention in Nash- Flagman Don Dasher, rid- conduct, ordered to pay 6.50'I!

.* In other action the council: new $14,000 road grader. that you may be hooked intoa 'ille. Tenn. ing in the caboose, said he court costs and received sen- !j at
___ ._ _____ whethe members '
__ Any parents,
** sewer line. The sewer liner Co. C Claims braced himself when the tence and put on 30 day pro- :
For instance expenditures fo is the same type pipe t! the : of the First Baptist brakes were put on but had ba tlon.

:Xounty Board tax the offices collector: of are tax arrived assessor at and bya water lines in that area. Softball LeadGarden attend Church these or not.meetings are incited to Jittle freight scheeched warning to before a jarring the Harold Dean Broome, fail- NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY


fIghts ,AnnualBudget.Budget es percentage collected of and the the total higherthe tax- Restaurant defeated Five Charged I halt Two cars loaded with- pulpwood W. C. T. d. 412 E. Call St.

total the higher the Authority Agrees Natural Gas 15-5 and the i were derailed behind the The Home of
amount that must be budgeted With Drunkeness "EVERY CHRISTIAN HAS WestinghouseIn
... Panthers won a close 16-13 decision engine. The third car, travel : I
for these items. the Baseballers last AN INFLUENCE IN' THIS,
[ over ing on momentum was pushed
Items in the General Fund Lend $$5,000 Thursday night to reopen the Five persons were arrestedat around square with track and BATTLE FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS. ; Starke
over which the Commissiondoes 4 a. m. last Saturday when
iTo city softball play after a 2% up onto the second pulpwood ." 'I
Continued from Page One] have control are services week layoff due to National they brought a member of: car. The fourth car was still .I I "YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE"Phone

f sought and backed up by strong i From Page One Guard Camp and bad weather. their party to the Bradford in line with the track, but its LTIIE FLORIDA WHITE RIBBON I
,outcome. public demand. The thought of I League leading Company C County Hospital for treatment j I front wheels ,.. NEWS.] j 964.2113savings
In his brief before Sen. Johns, Rep. Thomas, cut his throat. were projecting,
4 appearance having to curtail or cut them I Jefeated the Professors 7-0 in of a slight on- :I
the board Tuesday, Sheriff -out entirely causes the Com-I| and Huggins appeared Tuesday Friday's game to give them a Deputy Sheriff Dolpa Red- 'b.. I

: Reddish said he saw no mission. almost as much dis-I before the cabinet in Tallahassee 6-2 record in the second half. dish charged all five with

chance to trim his $62,150,50Jsame tress as the thought of increased when it was agreed StandingsV L GB public intoxication, and said ,i

: as last year) budget by millage. Included in that the $250.000 in state Company C 62 he got three different versionsof ft Friday

,7500. this category are the county[matching funds would be released independents 421 the cutting which was not AI !

I When asked- If it would be free library service support of to counties for construction Professors 531 f-erious. The injured personwas values!

possible for him to operate his the Starke-Bradford County of agriculturelivestock Garden Restaurant 3 2 1V 2 Fred [Catfish Bryant SaturdayJuly

Department with "one less man Chamber of Commerce, Civil I facilities. Baseballers 332 47, who told Reddish he received -,j

land one less car" the Sheriff Defense unit, and the popu-i Rep. Thomas said yesterdayI Panthers 442 the cut when he fell i iI 27-22

replied, "No. I actually needanother lar countywide recreation pro-I he was still hopeful that some Lawtey Chiefs 2 5 3* I I out of a truck. I|

full time man. I'm gram. Each of these service? means could be found to Natural Gas 065 One member of the group
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jwrorking my men too many has been requested and backed augment the $5.000 promised Schedule said one of Bryant's companions -

\tours now for what I'm paying by strong citizen delegations I by the development authority Thursday, July 20, Independents cut him, while still an- ,
em'N I appearing before the board at|E &o that the county could get a Panthers; 3arden; other said Bryant received the
vs
*' The Sheriff said he now has one or more budget sessions. i larger share of matching I rut in Gainesville. '
Restaurant. Professors. NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY'S NEW STORE
three full-time deputies, two i In the face of rising ex-i iunds. The maximum amount Friday, July 21, Natural Gas ; "Actualy'Idon't] think! any

allora, three cars, and several penditures, the Commission was I I available to a county Is vs. Company C: Lawtey Chiefs : of them were in any condition .
"part-time deputies in his de-[hurt this year by declining rev- :25000. vs. Baseballers. I to really know what happened -

'partment His current budget enues from several sources.! Monday, July .Professors I ," the deputy said. Other
'shows around $25,000 for salaries Race track funds did" not come\',\ Trial Date Set I I vs Panthers; Baseballers vs I, members of the group were IN A NEW LOCATION -- 412 EAST CALL STREETSpVI

exclusive of his own. 1 up to t'xpectaUonsexcess; fees Natural Gas.Poison Hogan Smith Jr.; 37, Claude I

; About the only consolation turned back to the county by:-For Two Women I II Starling, 46 Crady L. Perry, \
received by Commissioners during -j courthouse officers declined or- 43, and Coye Smith, 50. All

the day: was from the Road j stopped entirely; Sheriff Red- Center : were released on $35 bonds. I
*& Bridge Department where,dish 'reported that his office i, Two Tampa women will go i ,
"Foreman R. 13. Jones estimatedhe would make about $20.000 less on trial July 31 in Lake Butler I Man-
Brooker
could run his depart- in 1960-61 than it did the year on a charge of taking two Told I
:Operation
ment next year on $117,000, a before due to decline in traf-. pistols and ammunition onto i Arrested OnMoonshine ,

.cut of about $7,000 under the fic cases and the fact that the grounds at Florida State I

current budget figure of $125- folks seem to get in less trou., Prison, Raiford. : Charge
To Rescue Unit
times of economic Circuit Judge John A. H. 1
336.12. This in spite of salary ble during : Beverage authorities last Friday -
increases he has ,asked for the recession. ,Murphee set the trial date for
July 14, arrested Willis 13 FT. 2 DOOR Westinghouse" 15 FT.Westinghouse.
department personnel. On the credit side of the Mrs. Hattie Knight. 65 and I'
The operation of Florida's Grimes, 36, of Brooker when
But the picture in the' Gen-I }ledger, property valuations i in i I Mrs. Rosalee Phelps Owens, 39.
:'eral Fund currently overspentby the county showed another in- Both pleaded innocent when 20 poison control centers was I they found a moonshine still WestinghouseRefrigerator, L d .
explained to the Bradford in his home. ennat
ann
{ $20,000, la a horse of another I crease this year, but not nearly arraigned. I ? ?
Civil Defense Grimes charged with
County Rescue was FREEZER
color. Many items here are 'i enough to bail the county'j I Mrs. Knight is the mother, .
Unit at a regular meeting last i possession of a moonshine still
'3ixed by law and cannot be:, out of its financial plight.I .and Mrs. Owens the common- j I Fully Automatic
;altered by the Commissioners,,' Tax Assessor Gene Long f law wife of a state prison inmate Thursday by Claudis Walker, I and is still in the Bradford Holds 525 Lbs.
.- ( --- I Richard E. Knight 34,; who is in charge of accident County jaiL Assistant District 9 LB. CapacityONLY

who is serving sentences totaling prevention for the State I Enforcement Officer for the Only Only

42 on several char Board of Health. j State Beverage Department, .

You Can Afford Our Prices ,ges of breaking years and entering Two of the poison control 1' George Smith, invaded Grimes' .

',and auto theft. centers are in Gainesville I home with a search warrant $ 2590P.T. $199q $239q:
after he had 'bought some of .
: The women were arrested Walker said, one at the University .
I I T.
Medical the illegal whiskey.
!June 26 after allegedly leaving Center and
; Additions Florida I
two 9 mm automatic pis- one at Alachua General Hos- I i

Rooms, Aluminum Windows tols and 100 rounds of ammunition pital. The 20 centers have .

or any kind of J in a culvert near the been set up in the past five i'i i Rotary Hears i '

Home Improvements. west entrance to the prison years under the auspices of'Pest: Control Talk Westinghouse Westinghouse Westinghouse
,grounds. the State Board of Health and

I Officials contended that the the Florida Pediatricians So I I Dempsey Sapp of Gainesville i PORTABLE ELECTRIC ,

Free Estimates (Weapons were planted in the ,ciety. gave an interesting discussionat : Air Conditioner
culvert to be smuggled into A poison control center.I(I the Rotary Club Wednesdayon

NO Perhaps you need anoth 'I' the fenced prison compound Walker says, consists of a; modem methods of pest i iI MIXERS Can Opener 7300 BTU 115 VOLT

er Bathroom, A Porch I later, probably by a trusty. card file with Information on I I control and the dangers to the !

Down Payment Enclosed, A New Roof, i I Brand name products which j general public of handling pars Only'

5 Yrs. To PayOr a Paint or Siding Job! t I LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST I contain Each card toxic identifies substances.the product i Ion,athion the and market.other poisons now II I I I! $1150' $$1150

i CHURCH lists the manufacturer, Mr. Sapp ia owner of Florida: $199.
Pest Control in Starke, as well
I Sunday School and Worship2
the Ingredients of the product,
While Last!
i They While Last!
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL j I to 4 p. m. Sunday. and the medically proven '' as similar stores in Gainesville,'! They

Tuesday Prayer Meeting antidotes to each of the Lake City.,. Palatka and else-I Ii

7:30 p. m.Saturday, poisonous substances. ,where. i
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Bradford Building Supply I 7:30 p. m. Church Services this Walker' information explained is that availableby all charge! The Irvin speaker of the Andrews program.was, introducedby who had':I Visit us in our New, Modern Store during our Grand Opening.



301 E. Call St. Phone 964-5291 .I had previously reported to the now telephone basis to on doctors a twenty-four who are ;Junior Baseballers I Sale fri. & Sat. July 21, 22I

i board that total valuation of faced with a patient poisonedby

the new tax roll b $15,150- a product whose ingredients ; Post 7-3 RecordThe .

480. an increase of $1,258,392over are unknown to the I
MANY BARGAINS & HUGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM!
"11 A Hint Of last year. physician. From July 1 to Starke Junior Baseball

A Carefree Curl Non-exempt property on the December 31 of last year, team,coached by Len Register, I I,
I new roll totals $9,993,382 an Walker reported. 1,439 poison : has a.7-3 record so far this -

increase of $737,964. This would cases were reported as having season.

short Whether, we you will create like your a style hair you'll long love or ,, ; provide an additional $30,441, used the poison centers of the In recent games the StarkeBaseballers ::,.J Check Us For Your Appliance Needs.
if the millage should remainat state. The one to three year
a style to flatter. Visit our salon defeated Brooker (: S
{today.. its current 41.25.. of which age group had the most cases, 1 6-3 and 9-2 in a double head-; Largest Stock of Home Appliances in TOwn
the Commission would get,i.and: greatest offenders were [r. Earlier this week they lost ,

around $13,000.As cmmon aspirin and kerosene. to Lake City 11-5 for their .',
the board continued tossing While there are poison con- 1 third defeat of the season.These -
If Your Car license is 45.2166
on the horns of its painful trol centers throughout the boys are 13-15 years Remember' Our. New Location At 412 East Call Street The New Home Of
A FREE ,SHAMPOO\ AND SET dilemma. Clerk,Darby add- United States Walker stated. .
Awaits ed a further note of discom- Florida has of age and practice at the' North Florida Supply & Westinghouse In Starke. .; : .
you at our Salon Watch this I more centers per high school ,Meld at 5 o'clock' -,;\:,
week for fort by reminding them that capita than any other state. "
space every new winners. every after.To ..;;cI.; "
Last Week's Winner whenever the budget is overspent -. Florida poision card files list h :' I .,/..". ,
the Commissioners are 1 approximately 4,500 products
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MISS\ BETTY DURLING '. liable and the clerk is liable| which contain poisons of some !Dogs Get

.. plus the fact, that It isJ" a mis- )kind Rabies Shots North Florida Supply'-Co.l ;
demeanor and fined
We Are Closed All Day Tuesday $500. you can be Trawick Training announced Officer that Jack the I Vaccinations rabies win i

i .Stylist' : Heavy taxpayer Lex Green =1\'s next meeting on: be given to dogs in Staike on

Glaino-Ree Hair left the, meeting early after Thursday, July 27, will deal!' Saturday, July 29, from 9 a.
hearing budget requests :from with emergency treatment of m. until 12 noon.. ,i 412 EAST CALL ST. THONE. 9692113"Yon

: Miss\ Ellouise" ,, > Ph. 964-8341. Mr. Keith. several groups and,'mf.1dt\gt a fractures cuts, and bleeding.A V The 'shots'tobe; ; given at I

K 353 N. brief statement to the' board team of local doctors will the city light plant on EastCan Can Be Sure If It's Westinghouse" t

,, Temple Ay. __nae-!-': :'r_ h'' .. -", about "crucifixion of. the tax 'Lead the program. The- public Street jrttt,cost $1.75 for ...',. .- -.....,

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I STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961 :,_
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AAAAAAAWAV AWWAI Mrs. Lottie Jones of Fort ing a few days with hr '
t Uncle Jim?" so I will try to par- j'i ._ v
Orange, Mrs. Laura Johns: of
ants, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
I CLAY answer better than Elgin
HILL Middleburg and Buddy Johns, Burnett. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
:, who lives on Hattie Nolan's could. Some days Jim gets Notice Is Hereby Given that .
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Mrs. E. F Mayton attended :
the undersigned desiring to en-
By Mrs.
J. L. Strickland i farm, and Vina Martin and I along pretty well and some the circle meeting at the First I i gage in business under the fictitious .
family of Lawtey, all spent 'clays he Is up very littleThat's .I j}I name of "MANN'S SHELL 'Or t: .
A A Methodist Church in Starke, STATION at 252 West Madison ..
last Sunday with the Yougan,II about the best we can Tuesday.We Street, in the City of Starke,
Milton Coleman of High- Padgetts and helped Martin :answer.: I I Florida, intends to register the ". ", .
land | want to welcomes Mr. ,, said name with the Clerk of the '
stepped on some, glass Mr. and Mrs. J. T. ... .
and Luther [Skinny enjoy Padgettof and Mrs. York of Raiford to Circuit Court of Bradford .
while t I II I I
helping his father hang County Florida.
j t their birthday dinner. Buddy Highland announce the the Farm. They are tiring in' LOUIS A, MANN t .
a;: hog. The foot I :
was develop ;firth I
of
a Charles David,
returned home with Lottie son. the house formerly occupied 7-13 4t 8-3 ,- ,
ing : :
blood I -
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poison and Milton in the Lake Butler
for a visit. hospital on .
Ly Mr.,and Mrs. Fred Cannon.
had to spend a few days In i Frank Herndon and daugh- July 5.We i In The County Judge's Court IB!
the Lake Butler Hospital to i Spanky McLendon, son off ,I And For Bradford County,
ter Marjorie, visited the 1 1i attended the baptism o .
have I : stir and Mrs. R. P. McLendon, 'Iorlda..a ProbateRe I
the foot treated. I Stricklands for a while Sun- our grandson Aaron Padgett, : Estate of Fred Guy Jones, t '
i i has enlisted in the Marine .
Andy Padgett's leg is almosthealed day and ate dinner with us. .,, ''ast Sunday afternoon at the : Corps. He leaves Sunday forBoot '. Notice Deceased.Of Filing Petition For i .
even though it did I Frank was our kind friend legular baptismal place near i, Final Discharge
Camp at Parris Island, S.
Notice is hereby given that I .
look like a severe wound when ffho furnished transportationto Long Branch Church. A thun C. I have filed my final returns as i i

he and the car that Carlos and from church for us. der storm caught us before wei I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner ', admmstrator of the Estate, of
i Fred Guy Jones Deceased that
Manning was driving both Elgin Lang, her sister Or- could get home but we didn't and children enjoyed a picnic ,. I have filed my petition for' distribution .
claimed the object to and final discharge, '
right of the rain
way. on us as
I lene Lee and Minnie Moore at Lake
1 Kingsley Sunday and that on August 9. 1961, I
Elgin Lang says she enjoyed I and two of Minnie's l..ister'sI much as we did our lights being I will apply to the Honorable I
her knocked out : FIRST METHODIST Theron A. Yawn County Judge!' ,
again And
vacation just fine and I children
went to Kingsley, I of Bradford County, Florida,
didn't have a care in the I Lake and had a big time.Frow this time the trouble wasn'ton ,I CHURCH MELROSE for approval of said final re- '.
"orId while she was gore Strickland was asking "How is our short line. They didn't L, Sunday 9:45: a. m., Church[ turns and for and an for order final of,discharge distribution -- Famous : .

. Ir I jet the trouble fixed aid thelights :i(School for all ages, 11 a. m I, as administrator of the I
back on until after 11 I Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m..I Estate of Fred Guy Jones De-
ceased. .
AMBULANCE SERVICE o'clock. I i Youth Fellowship. ; This 12th day of July 1961. I .ESTERBROOK .
PHONE 964-2600 On July 9 the HighlandTraining I Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Bi' tS) Charles M. Sehmltt i _
Union had 20 present -,;ble Study and Prayer Meeting.I Administrator I I7U
DeWift C. Jones Funeral Home and all on time. Fifteen !Rev Ted Springer, pastor. 4t '3-3 i

DeWiit C. Jones Registered Funeral Director of these had studied their''i'I I Fountain Pens -
.
I I
Starke, Fla 'esson. New Building or Remodeling Specialists
RENTAL SERVICES Sunday School showed great;: I Plus Tax

Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches i'' improvement last Sunday also,I WE OFFER SERVICES i With Anv Point
Of the
90 enrolled
,
there: were' *
'
i,1 FROM FOUNDATION UPI '
64
present, and 16 visitors. -
r ,I This is the best attendance i i Of Your Choice i-i

For The Best Deal Anywhere a long time. The Primaries I
I won the banner. This| Month's Special 3 BANK LOANINSULATE .

SeeROBERTS' The Junior Choir is growing PROGRAMS.
also, and we are glad to see H YOUR HOME
these I (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95)Points
boys and girls Term On
being; so Long I
$59 Per Thous jid
CHEVROLET Interested in singing a&:G try .
New Homes
:
Installed Available Shorthand Bookkeeping General
fine to learn new songs. : Writintr.Student ,

Clay Hill Sunday School had .

AND OLDSMOBILE 65 present last Sunday, all :' Specializing: in Concrete work-Remodeling-Roofs Signature S _iib, and Others.

AUTHORIZED enrolled members. Let's keepp of make-Add A Room.
DEALER the : any
,, u good work at both
churches.rrY9yyyyyyyyyyY..yy. THOMAS & BROWN BUILDERS
I
Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla. : 1

I Complete Building Service .

Surrounding Communities Call Starke or G'ville

Support I STATE FARM Starke 964.1145 969-2611 Gainesville FR 6.5087 NOTEBOOKS c

By Mrs.
O. K. Crosoy1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA --

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PRIVATE ENTERPRISE | 1 ,/t.. ,. with "BRADFORD HI"
'I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marton I I -I/t'lt- ttlf. .-,
and children spent Sunday; 1" Printed on Cover Plus Tax
afternoon in Green Cove : tt
.
The Principle Which Made Our Springs with his parents, Mr. ., There's real"magid*. .4in .
and Mrs. Alex Marton. *
Gulf Life's
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Country .Great! Many Farm residents-- e .MaptrAPlayr '
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tended homecoming services at I : t + Reg. lOc Crusader Notebook Paper3 for 25c

WHEN YOU THINK Northside Baptist Church .f 'It ..
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OF GAS Sunday. Dinner and afternoon i .. .. i' .. .

services were enjoyed.? .. .-. /
4 Reg 25c Composition Books-20c each
'Think *
Mr. L. W. Pace is patientin .. .t .. '
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y SLADE GAS Bradford County Hospital: ... ., ., 1" '..- .... -... :: .v. .I
of I We all wish him a rapid re- :t. a '
covery. "
ADAPT-A-PLAH Gulf Life e
I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brunner r ADAPT.A e.
Your Business .
is .
Appreciated of Tampa and is
Mrs. Ronnie :t' (( PLAN @' ) -
Brunner and children of
Bradenton were weekend likemoney Fits your .. !
g .. SEE IT TRY IT!
,
guests Brunner.of Mrs.Mr. Ronnie and Mrs.Biunneora A. R.r ......*t. ,needs -',. .

.
l children are visitirg her i I .

parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Helms, I in the bank! ASK ABOUT IT TODAY .-

I this week and Mrs. Bill Brun .
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t
ner is visiting her parents in 1 1I '
? MILK \ Gainesville while their husbands I 1 : -

are away on business. Gulf Life lwf4'f! '.m NiWEST .

Mrs. Jewel Suber and chili -
Founded 1911 .Home Office Jacktomtte,Florida .
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of I, 14
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cattle to sell new or in .. : -. iI i NEWIN \fr74/kt4M
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y an opportunity to buy I and outeffort !' Galarie gives better typing with less i ,
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your livestock. ;. .. than ever before. Trace its modern: >es. '

COPELAND OFFERS YOU I y /) Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the. .

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I lOW Ford Outer is in a position to guards Its own muffler never needs -== tat .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD*COTOJTT. TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THTIRSDAT JULY 20, 191t '
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!. The C01laty .J1I. e'* Coort required to file their claims in First publication; *JuIy I,
sets of leaves. Later when the CARD OF THANKSTo Of Bradford County, Florida I the office of the County Judge 1961.Dorothy
Bayless Hiway Ia ProbateIn of Bradford County, Florida, inI Agnes Swanbom
Let's GoAGar4e lateral stems or "breaks" are I Re: Estate of Arthur Walter -I the County Court House at Administratrix of the Estateof
Baptist ChurchRev. the plants are about 8 inches those who expressed Swanbom. Deceased. I Starke, Florida, within eight Arthur Walter Swanbom,
their sympathy in so : many NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'r calendar months from the date deceased. v
tall, removing about pue-half All persons having: claim or of the first publication of this Hollis V. Knight,
of six or so inches long, pinch thoughtful ways during our I demands; against the estate of notice, or the same will became Starke, Florida,
C. A. Crosby Webs1 1 recent bereavement we extend Arthu Walter Swanbom deceased void according to law. This July Attorney for Administratrix

..- _--- .w ... .. ter will fill the pulpit at Bay-i i : leaves.them hack. to .three bets of our'he r felt .thanks-Capt. i\1., are hereby notified and 1. 1961. 454* 1.1

AT Tim TABERNACLE. :ST, ANNE'S EPISCOPAL less Highway Baptist 'Church .' :By. careful choice of varieties Richard T. and Mildred I- '-

CHURCH, KEYSTONE for ,morning arid evening worship By Hervey Sharpe Lovorn 'and' family.SiZE. .
can enjoy chrysanthemums '
; ypu '
The l" Agricultural '
register at the Florida
Gospel Sundays-:9:30: a. ml: Church I services Sunday. from .September I 1t..WQKLflOFF.QQD
ServiceChrysanthemums
Tabernacle Extension
records visitors to :
view the painting during the I School. 9:30: a. m. Morning Sunday School is at 10 a. thrpugh,Christmas or,later,.If"ipu. ;
I Prayer and Sermon list Sunday are' set up to contrev light
first two worship services at 11 a.
weeks in July as follows in. need careful '
Holy Communion]. 6 P.I ,the mums ..toflowertheyear
\ you may cause
; : five sailors from Ger- m.and, 7:30: p. m. Everjons is if an- .
you
Churchmen attention now
Young
m. Episcopal around. For'
aiist.of
any"-two visitors from Jacksonville i' invited. to attend. ticipate showing them off as j : garden chrysanthemums AT MY .FINGERTIPS"

three from Alexan- I Holy Days 7:30 a. m. Holy .FIRST r PRESBYTERIAN home-grown corsages at sporting for,'Florida, secure: Florida f
tola.: La.; two from Tennessee '
; I, events this fall.
Communion. I Blrry D. VanDeventer, Agricultural Extension:Service I
three from Green Cove i i Third Wednesday Parish ,, Minister. Disease preventin is good 1 Circular 182 from your coun- : '

Gtarke.Springs and several from Covered Dish Supper 6,or 6:30p. : 390 N. Cherry St. Insurance for profuse flower-will ty or home demonstration II 2' : '

m. t ing. Daily inspections xgentl:,

New Bible questions were The Rev. Millard- H. Brey-' Thursday Choir practice serve as premium payments. ___

distributed last week and an- ogle, Vicar. .8 p.m: ; Keep an eye out for ptoria TYYTTTYYTTTT TTTTTTTTT I I

swers will be graded Tuesday Friday Deacon's Meeting leaf spot mildew botrytis and' :

night. HIGHLAND 730p.: m.'Sunday. ay blight-the worst plagues\ PINE LEVEL .1i. 1 iflfl w '?
'
BAPTIST CHURCH S
Subject of the sponsor's Sunday School, : cf mums. in: By':JIls.; J,,E, McRae. ..te irs 1 '' j c'SUPERMARKETjN
Sunday School; 9:45: a. mi I Septoria spreads rapidly I 'A .i if
Sunday morning J 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship mtsmzm .
message : '
was I! Jr
"Fire i Morning Worship., 11 a. m. and hot weather. The funga shows LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA N1JTZE '
A Symbol of God's e w A- 11 a. m, 1 '
7:30 p. m. Prayer :Meeting each as small greyish-brown I TOL KITCHEN
Power up I. Ic
a'
1 We
are'.happy. .
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. CHURCH OF GOD spots on the leaves, and the. Jo'report another ... I '; : #' I
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of the spots become I, large attendance at 11..S. \. I'
E"ERGREENB.PTIST 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship brittle.centers The disease usually begins church: 'last Sunday .wjtli'Rev.ElbertBowers YlIkAcTAI ..," I I11i "V \1 '
CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn leaves and ; of North,Holly ;'s" : '
lower )
'
with the : b C -
7MDS Sunday School '10 a. m. ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday :,upward. wood iA.the pulpit. ,Theie were "Jl _... .. : \ -e4 .
Preaching, 11 a. m. Training! Evening Service,. 7:45: p'.- 'm works control sptoria i76 in:'Sunday'School.Among .r, : /
You can "
Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching, YPE Service Wednesday, 7:45: I 11th. weekly sorays ofc ctptan; ,I the visitors .were.Mr. and Mrs. : DfI PENIWI ) :

c.t'666 7:30: p. In. Prayer Meeting]I p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday' -' erjorzineb,-according tot\ :Jack Kenny and son of Jacksonville tlA I=ng6 Undt .w

Wednesday 7:30p.. m. 7:45: p. in.FIRST. 'I Dr. R. S. Mullin, plant pathologist -! Mr./and Mrs.' John W..II :
Wednesday 'Bible study,i I Agricultural ;Neal of GainesviUe Mr. and *ko d bm.sztm
the
with \
i rnE8BYTEItlAN'CIJURCH .Mrs.,C. L. Callahan and.ch1l = :4!

7:30 p. m. 30":. E; Norman! ,II ,. I Extension Service. He 3uggests : I
pastor.NO. | > alternating between ferbam' I dren of Miami, Edgar Bates of 1 ,\ -- -- ;
; Gainesville, Mrs. Joe, Kale of ( '; .
a Thursday- Choir practice p zineb until the buCs; .begin -' i
u 8p.m. and showing color and then Hampton, Mr. and.Mrs. Gene f'- 8JPPIYI" 1 'I '' ...-< I t : W b: ,

Friday Deacon's Meeting,p zineb. Felcher of, Jacksonville, Zack CW..01.'_" -
dse only
,7:30: p. in.Sunday. Mildew is anther fungus jrlyrick of Winter'Haven; and 1baxdi.... .tl pea..- .. 'I '

I _II Sunday School I you may discover. It appears I Mr, and Mrs./Jerry Baldwin ':, .1 ..._:f I writes Wits I., : lI l

9:45: a.:m. Morning Worship,, as a 'whitish powdery growth ,)f Jacksonville.} .a.. ..

11 a. m. Junior Choir. 5 p. m. I on the upper surface o' leaves Last Sunday brought a I : '

,I Youth Fellowship, 7"p. in., and tender portions of with the close Level, week's Church\ which reviyal was.t Fine well' 11 I I@S taNG WISE.;SIZJJ. "" 4 OUBLEJJUTV FOOD CENTER! m BIG APPLIANCES IN ONEIREFRimATORFREEZER!

Evening Vespers 8 p. m. stems. Control mildew attended. w ......... Old or-
I Wednesday Men's Dinner,, weekly applications ol Kara- \
p Rey. and Mrs. El1) Bowers. C"1. ELECTRi'C. '
thane. OU1d4c.ctfro&yL.
8:30: n. m-
of North Hollywood'spent last : ;
"rI4.UREL of flowers .. ,
Botrytis is a scourge << I i. :
We're
I Not Late *kwith.DrrW.E.Had.. The ... .uite
MISSIONARY. The mum: petals develop f ptAJl Think of the convenience that can be g1ide. ut, and roll-out shelves: 1 keep all

BAPTIST CHURCH little brown freckles, the en- men spent last Tuesday with I Cook and freeze! entire meals, then foods in easy fingertip reach.'Frostfree: f
yours
I .. We Planned It This Way tire petal begins to rot., and Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Murrhee end Now'-s '
Sunday School and Worshil) Hilliard. just heat and serve.when rushed for time. models mesydefroatinforever.
!m
--2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. then often is enveloped in a I Mrs. Arie Browning spent iiLE' Guests coming?' No bother at all when you the time to buy. Trade-in allowances and I,
mold. Use zineb to control j I !
Tuesday Prayer Meeting grey kitchen better.
ast dast week in Dade City have a "supermarket in your terms were never

7:30: p. in.Saturday. the disease.blight infected flower and:Key West. modem designed for more food space, less GO MODERN! See today's completely t :'
Church Services-- Ray .
VACATIONBible 7:30 heads have chocolate-covered i Mrs.JtJ:,1J. McRae Qf eU- floor fpace. new Electric Refrigerator-Freezers (and' (

p. m.FAITH petals and a dark brown base''bronn Springs spent last weekend You'U shop less often stock up on home freezers, too) at your dealer's."specrals" I

: with 'the J..W. McRaes.Mr. W'uKttd at bargain prices. Swing.out,
the
BAPTIST CHURCH on the florets. Use same
., HUll ..1
and Mrs.- Charles -
,
Lawtey' I treatment for ray blight as : "

A. E. Massey, Pastor suggested for septoria. l mandollar and children of I

School l lI Bible school, 10 a. m. 'There are several insects I Jacksonville were guects of or I,LIST'CI et.. me :.

Preaching, 11 a. m. that attack chrysantht'mums. Mr.' and Mrs, Marvin''Johnson ...u,.UifcniI.U.S.A. -2'huO,'4'atiI/f1a in..eesc..........- c L2 !'J1 ,
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isn't one day ,last week. t; I.; r .
7:30 ..
I Evening Service. : p. m. However the hardy plant '
Rev. Richardson ofGaineiv1Ue'tJ Bradford 1' IlICTrlt.\,
.E. CountyTELEGRAPH
Bible Study and Prayer often damaged to any great
ev... Elbert; Bowers :, ,'
I atINORTH Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wednes- extent by these vegetarians. I fc LIGHT I COMPANY
FLORIDA I P.OWER
,day. Aphids may take a liking to Rev. Roman 'Alv rrz, and .
Dr :Wj E. Hall "were e.morig HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
the tender mums. Often a .
those attending niters; I .dO-v : ,
'
SOUTIISIDE .CHURCh OF herd of' friendly insects will !
SIDE CHRIST devour of Butif meeting i Orlando Thursday .:
a colorry aphids. of'last'. week. j' ITi&;_ vqL ,. .. .
"- '- - -
S mi. S. OB SOI. you fear that nature is notion 4 : I J I -h' ---- 4 -
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Sunday,Bible Clss* 10 a. your side try a malathion .. : .. .. .
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'tru; Assembly Worship with spray.A II The I "

I Baptist Church ,the Lord's Supper -,11 a. m.; ..near. macroscopic varmint, I st':seller') .. .. .. :.
"olJeit : BUN!
Evening Assembly Worship., II .that; can,uck, the mum leaves. AREA $i WREORY :

,I 5:30: p. m.Wedne.sday. iry is the spider mite. Leaf, .is IlquJ tk ,iewestTHNEW :"I

Bible Classes injury shows up as mottled ,

thru I.'7:30 p. m. and off-color yellow. Suggested' I ,
Beginners Intermediates --- -- --- -- -- :'

BOATDRAIN BAPTIST I II control measures include THNEWI3NGUH1 AUTO GLASS AUTOMATIC: ELECTRIC 'MOTORS'Electric MUSIC SUPPLIES
maJaUiign Aramite, Kelihane,
CHURCH
and We.Thrfps .;. TRANSMISSIONS '
?
Mauldin's Motor !
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. ; -- ., Lillian's. .MuMc.Store
STARTING : : Worship, 11 are warm weather ; j- AUTOMATICTRANSJUSSIONS "Gainesville '* ..
Morning a. m. Leader"
; I insects that damage flowers. Auto Glass JRepairCo.OPtiAWESVlLLE; '
i Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening New Testament. Sin e' 193S4'KRAKATER

Saturday! July 22, 9 a. m. To 12 i I Worship, 7:30 p. m. They about are 1-32 tiny inch, slender long. Mala-pests '' COMPLETE, STOCK CURVED. ARE OVR BUSINESS ". ".1t"J. L$. INC.t. ...:.. WINTERCABLE ..

) Thru I Prayei Meeting, Wednesday, thion and dieldrin are recom- ;; thi3oO9OOO' GLASS Service & Repairs'-Work COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR
riday July 28 ,, I
PIANOS PLVNORGANS
7:30: p. Jn.W Windshield & Door Glass
,"' -| mended for halting attacks of .I.* iP print Guaranteed
?, pastoi: R ev. Barney Sweat. thrips. .pi i: Replaced. Irl Any take SALES AND SERVICE CHORD ORGANS; -$159-375
:
.. Car Or Truck\ Lamar Pearson "Distributor of Guitars Drunur- 1ieet

Every ChiId.aJl d 'Yoimg&son PENTECOSTAL tI HOLINESS Foliar t ,in your nematodes, mums.may These appear 71,44'ifls'like$ We Handle Safety Glass i,::. '. -. S.. New Lincoln Motors" Music t

I S reading!tercakttQtf; FR '6-2558' 'AT TUBBrS 66 SERVICE FR 2-8318 BudgetsFR
JJ %iJUj CHURCH pests destroy the leaf tissue .
the ti"--tffB 1314 S. -Main' -;;;r*Gainesville 505 N. W.; 13th St. GainesviUe 1030 S. Main, Gainesville 6-5931
I Sunday, School, 10 a. m.; between the veins, causing a for first '
112
S. E. First Gainesville
Morning Worship 11*a. m. browning' bf a wedge, or pie- 460 PII $...11tSl.,.. I I

WcU!i M I Evangelistic services, 7:30: p. shaped section of th' leaf. AUTO. -- SALES &.SER. VICE: ,AUTO TRIM FARM --EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN

m.::. f :l You'll find malathion usually]
IMPERIAL CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH Baker
: -Coml, let us reason to- 'effective halting thesj pestsif VALIANT Auto Trim Rush's, Tractor Co. Beckum's Opticians

I gether." you apply the material before B, VLL1T.ONStudk Authorized Sales Parts CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM Inc. Lindfeey L. Beckum R. O.

,. ... b. I I too'severe-;the infestation becomes '&,Gift Service Headliners Arm Rests NEW HOLLAND Artificial Lenses Eyes Duplicated-Prescriptions- .

In case you are a neophyte, :i Shop" .* '. HawesPowersMotor Floor Mats Upholstering ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON Filled Promptly I

t pinching is an important .' ... Lowest Prices 22 W. University FJl 6-3518 i
Co. Farm Equipment And
practice In mum production. Galnesvllie.pla. '
104 W. Call St. FR 2-3226
The first pinch is made whenof TractorsFR m M VPOWER
FR 2-2561 1021 E.
'University Ave. 6-4385 SAWS
the stem and leaving three Starke. Fla.
204 N. Main,
Gainesville.
Gainesville Archer Rd. Gainesville'
Used Cars 312 N. Slain McCULLOCU '
.
I FR 6-3400 CHAIN (
'" : 635 MacMahon\ St. COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION GARDEN-BUPJ4hIES-- usm': ;
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EvangelistChurch I UNCOLN--1\IERCURY Jonhsoh' l. *
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FJoridar Saw Co.
COMET
,1 Tuck FIAT -!' RENAULT Refrigeration p i. 'Inc.Complete ,. .
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Authorized Sales ,- Service- 'm (n ;: A

Andrews Parts Service Co. Line of 2538. K. ti&th Dr.
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Trained Mechanics Good SEEDS' --PLANTS- OaesvIh1I_ < T1 '
Of Of West Used Cars Sidney Leopold Owner FERTIUZERSInseclidffeP '. -_-_ -,\ _, A

t HollywoodPreaching .. Commercial :;:'Fef Supplies 8H fAeHtNES -
Refrigeration -
ChristAnnounces Barkley Motors\ 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
Air Conditioning
Singer
MORE ; ;; 615 N.. MaiD,.-Gairie.3v1lle-, 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Sewing
'. Fritidaire lee Makers
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FR 20476Gainesville Machine
Center
,AND MORE J -' k.', -: ,. .... Sold And -Semced Anytime ,
A SeriesMeetings B. & G. Motor Co., 'Gainesville FR 2-8392 Fla. Used Singer' Sewing Machines 1

BANKING '. Services .. IlanrOne' Of A Kind
..of Ine.--- Heights FR 6-7700 Startinr
:;# LADIES WEARCKerry's At $9.95FB ;
AiY Each\ : ,
lrtAlil ImJ'iMANOLDSMOBILE ,1 6-6310 K
CADILLAC CONCRETE PRODUCTS 216 W, Pniversrty.. Gaineivllla '
Starting -- -n
: Evening Authorized :Sales e.-v1ce'- (- ; j -----S--i- ,

," : Sunday '# 'PartsFR INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville's Most Fashionable SPORTING GOODS -

July. 23 ( y At 7:30 6-7515;; CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For ''Ladies ;Tb1S;r '!A Area' Mwt Complete Linedf .'
ARE THE BEST FROM:
*; DRESSES SUITS COATS
Now, even t:1: neighbors mail us their.d pq its' < Continuing Througn \Yed, Aug. 22 115 S. W. Second. Gainesville ACCESSORIES : Sporting Goods at
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Edwards Building Jimmie Hughes Inc. .
... SUBJECTS AS FOLLOWS: ,
.1 and transact other business via Uncle Sam.Saves VOLKSWAGEN '. ;"Inc.' ":' 105 W. University Gainesville UlS W. University Gainesville '-" .

: July 23, 11 a. m.-Nof"Yery Far Sales 'Service Supply

them timer! -carfare-gasoline-end gets the : 7:30 p. Tranquilizen: .. Parts 726 S. Main FR/ "2-4814 MEN'S WEAR SHOES -ii 'I,

'' ,- -- : July 24-The Church Of Christ:.Where Is IT? I Miller-Brown Motors .. I Bob's
same prompt attention as a personal]visit. OinesvIfle1a.DOORS.WiNDOWS Silverman'sapparel a Shoe Store,
July 25-Your Choice or' God's: Which ? Inc. : .
..t *July 26 .Overcoming Hate With L 1 Shoes' for The Entire Family _
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CaD!! when convenient. Write IS any time! ve for Men and Women '
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't FE'2.332 FORTUNE FOff MEN
July 27,-Many Churches v .\. .Our new store next to CIL1R3I SET FOR WOMEN j.
July 28-Caring For The Needy 1030* University Ave. Florida Jalousies Florida*: Theatre ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN

:. July 29-Does God Send Suffering?. Gainesville FORMAL WEAR RENTALS
OF GAINESVILLE INC. I Bags Millinery-Ac&ssojfc*
July 30( ; 11 a. m,-The Church'of Christ: 3'-' .t '. GAINESVILLE. FLA. 21 W University GatnesviI% "

: What Is It'i -.* i Crane Rlotor; Co WINDOWS .- DOORS --In-. aYARNSTOYS S

FLORIDA 7:30 p. m.-Take Heed. .. I "LARK .... _. ..ALUlUNUiJ AWNLVQS MOVERGainesville .

July 31-One Way To Heaven ,.ENGLISH- ANGLU FOfiD Palm. Beach Awning Windows t Jack and Jill'Acodipieteuneot- M-

Aug. I""Does" God Hate? AlUleet, A. W.JJLA.'Specincatipns' I
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AuthorIzed 'Sil
Aug. 2 Words That Save. iServje Mayflower

] lA.Nl; Jt'J'STlRKl: "Completo.. Seniw.. .', .. .lot_ -,AU.3lakes" ,J. S '- i' ."i ;. Tarns Needlework :"-'? otJou' *
An invitation Is extended to all to attend .* CalfFbr
d ... ,. . these -meetfn- Write Or Estimates LOCAL AND LONG I', 'Free II "
Bring your Bibles and examine theie subjects in the light I FR 6115'181 srtto .-a "
WtCfZi BANKS OF THl FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MCUBIft FEDERAL OlttSlT 1NSURANCC COM 501. Eo" Uiestty. ... -- Ae.'m .. .,- DISTANCE MOVING Toys. Games Dolls ;
of We will ,.
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Scriptures. endraTor to'aaswer aDJ' Bible : Z-U51 Hawthorne Rd. Storage And Crating'Ga1nesv -" UebWta ;;". {.
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I,. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GMNDIN


: 'S :OTARKE, :FwRII1.\. THURSDAY, ,JULY: :80. 4961

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T TYYYY TYYY '''I who have not yet' registered :; visit their _exhibit,of 600 books j Gertrude!'! VvvvvvvvvvYTvvYYYY1I VfTTTTTTTV TTT ff TTVT* Vyy7yyyyyyyyyyyyyryyy Friday after a month's visit

for the coming year, to come j''or children at the. .p. K. Yone! Neighborhood Cook-Out I with Mr: and Mrs. Jack: Pink-

EYStONE HIGHLIGHTS I to his office any afternoon ; Laboratory School In Gaines- Honors' Visitors I 1E1MSEBy, ; : : G R JffltN-- : BRO -KERi ton in Silver Spring Md.

I Irom 1. till 5 p. m. and discuss viUe. on .Wednesday,,July: 26. i On 'Thursday, evening July John Register visited! his

I I By Mary K. Schaeffer I I their courses with him. 'I Boys and girls who are interested i 13. iutch and Jimmj Tox Alice, ,RthhmiDtr' .. I ,By >Mrs. .Rebecca .Brantley i By Shirley{ Green. sister In Jacksonville Saturday
I To Speak At Rotary in visiting this 'ex-: were.hosts-'at a nMghaorhbod : 4
t- .t night.
'4ALLAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAI- ,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAJJin ; Dr. Myron Cunningham a% willtpl'ak hibit and hearing the, storiesI cook-out party.at 'theirhome AA4L44AAAAAAAAA.&AAAAA, 1 4j'44AA1AAAAAAA444AAAjI'I. .4A&.A4.. A..
.., t-- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ,Lewis
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asked to call Mrs. CarlWistrup'at.20'l. on Peach' Street honoring
Club at
to the are
Rotary I:; Mrs. Dock Tison and"chU- 1 !
chool Mrs. Carl Di Prank Br s.tngton of Sil- Mrs. Mary Willis of
and ; BU
Faculty August; j was and family of St. Petersburg
, the regular meeting Friday.i and give their Nancy PoUr.-Marian', and Allan -
.on 'and rMrs
Wood-
I ire 1. Russell '.er Springs.'Md.Mr. and Mrs. visiting the J.
jetting. Lined, TJp Herring sixth grade. making .H. Sullivan visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
.. th'eirI
July 21. His topic will be Ac- names. Holl. who are ard and children of Eureka
J. of Gainesville
I J. Brasington family last week. .
Newest addition .to the Key- \, Secondary teachers will be: creditation of Florida High 1 i Transportation will bs pro. I annual 'visit to KeystqneHeights. !ecentiy spent thewe !1rnd at Sullivan and family: Thursday.Mr.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mr. and
't tne ,School faculty i in Mrs. H. A. Sprow principal and Schools.Dr. 1 vided for the children. 'They I .:Tie :Jloll family; 'Us : Mrs. Steve Holland and Mrs. Jamie Rhoden
Flagler Beach. '
**jrl Herring who will teachhe teacher of Algebra II: Miss Cunningham a well will meet at the W3man'sClub ually'comes down.from, Pittsburgh I Brantley and family Saturday.. and-son of Alma, Ga. visited and family of. Jacksonville
Recent 'at Swancrest,
guests
i Mr: and Mrs. Carl Carries Mr. %nd Mrs. Calvin Johnson
sixth terade this year. She''Bettye Gossett English and 2 to July at their were Sunday guests of Mr.
at spend
:qualified to discuss this! sub- p. m. Wednesday, I aome of the Clarence" Holdens and 'daughter; Becky, resent-
; Thursday.S
<$1 graduate: this summer at''" Girls' Physical Ed.; Mrs. Barbara will cottage .Lake 'Geneva. : and Mrs..Ned Hicks.
ject. He has a broad back- :, vhere cars and drivers on 'xere:'Mr.5 and Yr G. H. ; cd
l he : special music at Paran, M s. H. C. Brown visited
University of Florida wither Boudreau Busmen Education ground of experience in school take them to Gainesville. Party guests luded George .Bouck'and childrenof Miami; last Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green
I I Church Sunday night. Mrs; Virgie Hale in WorthIngton -
degree in education.I!.| ; Mrs. Elaine Summers, work. Before coming to Florida -t Fish fry T.W1n4Upbug Leath,Jierbie.Nelson. Jr. Sam Mrsl: C. C. S m1tha children; Mr.: and Mrs. Earl Sikes of last week. and daughters of Jacksonvillewere

{This coming the first Social Studies; Miss Gertrude he served superintend- .ram and Tom .Gardner, Veazy 'or Mr.
year, as of, St: M rYs; -11r arid :'Mrs. Jacksonville have purchased a S Mis. Mattie Sowell returned Sunday guests

ix,.grades will be considered Hpuser( English and Science ient of Schools in Oklahoma Friday evening,.July 21. the Walker; Gerry Widegren, David 'Ronald West and child eri, 9tWlnderuie nomesite in Grandin arid for Saturday after 'three weeks and Mrs. Dave. Greert

2ementary School while the 7&8 grades and Latin II. Michael Director of Curriculum in the Rotary Club Till hold a Fish 1 Schaeffer Mac HaU, Bob 1 I
; Mr. and Mrs. $. ,, the.present time plan to spend visiting Odell Creig and'Vlrgie 'Mr. and Airs. Purvis Lewis
th through" 11th will be Sec- ; : Burdges coach Math and State Department of Educa- ': Fry at the Keystone ..Beachi j Morgan, Mary Ann Schaeffer; W.,Garris Jr.'and chiMr n'of their weekends ner .' S' Rutledge in Jop svUle, Mrs. and son Jacksonville:' visitedMr.
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nda'ry;: | Chemistry, and Boys' Physical Hon in Arkansas and was from 5:30 till 7:30: uj. ,Pro- j Paulette Tyre "Margaret: llt. ,
.i pt j.
1 I i PahitkaDr.l ; :E. W. Garris 'Qf Mrs. Edna Smith.. of Jacksonville Avert Creig in Newbexry, Mr. and Mrs. P. Baxter! and
.Thus far the is Ed.: Miss Emma Kate Mansfield of Sch ols in ceeds will help defray ex- Reba Hall 'C rolyn Eender- t I Gairie&riile
,S line-up as Superintendent i v | ; and 'Joan W. | is visiting her mother, : f nd 'Mrs. George Smith 'mj Mrs. John Lewis Wednesday.Mr. .
ollows; Mrs. Susie Gornto. ,, Librarian and 0112 class Abilene Texas. t iienses ,of' the swimming pro- 'k eon Jane St ckey, Janet Zike '.
Martin of Crescent City. \
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I I Mrs. J. 'F. Herring. j Gainesville, and Mr. ana Mrs. and Mr Cecil Melvin
pst grade' ; Mrs. Florencerrrs. cf American History. II I He has been at the University -I gram. For $1.25..for: adults, Harriet Harper; Eric i Radfearn, Jan, Jean, and Joan S1n- Wade and Faith Stephens Junior Simpson. in Joppa. 1 and family returned Sunday

second grade Mrs. I|I 1 The only teacher missing of Florida for eight years. and '75c for children there and Tommy, Jones. 1 .:mons daughters of Mr.. naI children of our pastor iixng""! Mis. Ford'Mannlng and night after spending a weekin
Vrnfam Wood third grade; from this list is the Home i, At he Profefsor of will be fish hush-puppies coleslaw Lions Directors Meet 1 Mrs J.W. Simmons I I
present is : of Orlando ,lv' my hand$ to Jesui" be- children. of Starke visitea Mrs. Ellinor Village &t Daytona
|irs.:Enid Hall and .Mrs. Bon- Economics Teacher. She will Education Head of Special ; apd coffeeall ;you can The first Board of Directors visited rtheir grandpaij- I 1
: ,'fore"the 'sermon Sund ). i John Lewis and Mr. and Mrs.J. Beach and they also enjoyed a
pfe! Jones, fourth grade ; [Ian I be chosen from several candidates -' Education and CoChairmanof I' cat. .After.the fishj' fry, a presentation Meeting of the new officers of i cnts, Mr: and Mrs. ,Car"Ford.M j Mrs: Callie Rye; 'Ora din P. Baxter Friday. week at Verp Beach.

X\ lrge class :Mis
aritflfth. grade [Mis' Pastr Mr. Sprow would like to'iave use of photography in the self 1t'ld. at :which time, partici- '.was [held on' ;Monday: I are .the'pafents of la ba'oy''bo?., I' or's Hospital Starke lor the Don and Brenda, Regij\a Har- was the Sunday night guestof

'w II1 l be changing her nameS all High School students iWASHINGTON i concepts: of children at the j.ants in the. SwImming pro- evening July 17, atthe; homeof RIchard' Gary'born July 10'in past week. rell Pat Bigham and Wayne Cherie Hinton.

". I IK University. He is a member of gram will receive their badges the new: President :CHarlie Alacnua.''General '[Hospital. l :Mr. and 'Mrs."E. S. Brantley S Stalhaker'- returned last Wed-
We to extend -
wish our congratulations
the Evaluation Committee In and certificates for their ac- McGlave. Committee' chairmen' i ,Miss sHarpn i Henderson of arid children visited vMrand nesdiy after 'spending several
complishments. The TMCA will be announced 'at 'a later to Mr: and Mrs.
Clay County. Jacksonville- .recently \Isited ,Mrs. Lawrence Lee and family days in Highlands N. C.
Keystone Children swimming instructors will be I Mr. and SIrs. WatterW.. Ad- : : S Wilbur" Andrews on the birth.
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OWL/ date.Trash at Jacksonville Beach rThurs"Mrs. Mrs. J. H: Sullivan and family'1 -
introduced. cans in th* city, s r 't. '* .. of a baby girl 'born Friday at
Invited To University 1
) uison'and"girls. ; .:ay visited'Mfs.. Hazel Hart In in
Dance Rate Set which were. provided 1 hy the Alachua General Hospital
The Children's Literature Mr.1 an,, tfs. BUI Career and Mildred -Bunws -5>f Bell last Friday.
G'I The Annual BucketBrigadeBall Lions will be painted in the Gainesville.
I Class at the University of i daughter, iTerry: ,jot Jatksonrville'Have Gainesville visited :relatives: I Mrs. John Lewis of Grahamis
of the Keystone Fire Department near future. '
Florida ,has invited boys and I 'inoyed to -Meirose.hanruaHeunaiiof and friends here Saturday. Visiting Mr and Mrs. J. P.
will be held at the The Board will send a letterto ; "
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the '
girls of Keystone Heights to ."Daily Vacation"Bible-School Baxter for several weeks.
S Keystone Inn on Saturday Paul Smysor thanking him Alderman family was held waV held'in Florafionie'dhurcti
j. Virgie and Mary Ellen
S I 8 Aug. 26. Music will be by the for the use of the Keystone Sunday' atGoldhead. Branch" of God thisyear': :' ijtcUd'.of : Register are visiting their sister -, MJW -- J'JJCARPT >>
CarTunes,1who played sowell Beach Pavilion for the recent h" "
I INSURANCE J State'Park ; '.F r.n. Church at Grandin. | Mrs. Hazel Hart, in .BeU.i

I Auto-Fire-Casualty at the recent Lions'dance. Lions and Junior Woman'sClub I Mr.land Mrs. Dock Tison S Florahome Methodist I j Mr! and Mrs Burney and i.

Bonds and Allied Lines AdmissloIt will be $1 dance which was both asocial and chillireri visitfed'! Mrs. ,Tir;: Church; held a basket dinner ,I| family Trilby were weekend. ; S9.f

S per person. Tickets have been and financial success. Ii son's Bather,.Mr; G.,Si; 'Cham-. on 'the church "grounds ""Sun guests of''Mr: and Mrs Sam 3 S. ,
S ,. Reynolds Insurance sent out with letters in the PersonalsMr. .5' ;
berlin
,'Micano'peceil.14r.a i. ; day, July 'Id.Th i Smith. Lawrence Boulevard
Annual Membership Drive and Mrs. Everett Fox "
V Agency ;: d 'Mrs*..R. F. .SIn Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnson
and additional tickets be and three children; Mand Weldon Brantle; homes j Keystone Heights
1
can
Qlyr pia, the Capitol ooj'a-gfreat northwestern state W. L. ReynoldsPh. obtained from any member of Mrs. Herbert Nelson anj Her- mons;are. yiiittak.f t\'ienr's"and.'. gettra>;<>% .fac-lifting.'tWd and 'Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hot !-

2442 2701 .'lat1ies. in Connecticut! 'an the Fire Department. fcie, Jr.; and Mrs. Ed Conneen iemodelrnrJob'The: : :jtew.loot' I .

jmd when you think of the Capitol you think of a Keystone Heights, Fla. Duplicate Results ..nd son Peter, and Butch Jimmy Maryfand.S: f for the season is assorted Johnson in Maianna \ .

I First place winners las weekat and Patty Maguire spent Joey Wainwrigrjt visited" his shades of blue. Indoors of S Friday. .
I- I i anete'and' unt; Mr. and llrs.I i .Kenneth Parrish is homeafter'
Saturday and Sunday in St. course.
Duplicate Bridge were
of -' -
WEEK
group buildings. The Temple of Justice near the I J I being discharged from :JAYS
Facial Hair Thornquist and Hall. Givens Augustine.Mr. BuI yon JCelley! ,, recently. Mrs. Edith Dinkla of Flora- ftoce
week.
the Air last
and Bryant were second; while and Mrs. Frank Logue Mrs.' .Dock"Tispn'i sister; home is'out of the crutch brig I 10:00 A. M. Noon ,
fan impressive architectural The Gone Forever Mrs. J.j:, Ai: oWen1100'* aunj, S iMri. J.'H. Sullivan and John
group. Loop Davie and Allen were third. haye moved into their new ; ade. She had surgery on her 'wer.e 3:00-6:00 p. *L..
Register in Ga'.nesyille
... Medically Approved MtthodsI. Local Boy Is Eagle Scout home on Lake Geneva next Mrs.4I..F.: Adkins, are patients' leg as result of an accident "

[Highway circles the .entir -"Olympic Peninsula. The I I On Saturday, July :29.: an | to Holiday Beach Apartments. :in Alachua.:GeneraiHoital'; \ and'! had been on crutches I; on Mrs.business Fronnie last'demons'Saturday.I .and I 7:30 10:00: .P.'M,

The beat way to Awards Court will be held by The Logues have been zcnting Mr. and Mrs. .D., B. Camp- since then. S
of Starke
j Mrs. Hester Thomas 1 SUNDAYS
famous. Olympic oyster comes from Puget Sound : eliminate thi oxTIi Melrose Boy Scout} Troop 109 another home on Lake ; bell and 'Mr. nnd Mrs. P&Scal ''Mrs. Mable Lesley of Mid- visited Mrs. John Lewu and ,

t[ cess hair problem at which time. John Ihomas Geneva. but have bought their Carr and son ,are visiting dleburg visited relatives here 3:00 6QO P. 'I.
i : :;:-w. : Mr. andfrs.. j. P.Baxter last ,
S. %: ; Is to come in [ Allen son of Mrs. Len* Clemens -I. new one. i.i.frie 1 d and relatives in Ten- last 1Wednesday.S 1 I "' .
,earb)". A trip to Washington will! long be ,' '. -.S is'backat |I Thursday.S : 7:30 10:00 P. M. .
remem. :" .. | request' T>rofe ;lot HiUcresti: will become I Miss Prances:Reaves :i nessee. rMrVvand'Mrs..Camp? ;" Mr. 'and Airs. John Grout I 'Mrfand Mrs."F.'M."vickery I I
'.|j ftional _,'Iee. A an Eagle Scout. Watch this her job in Keystone State I,11 3el1 ,will go :on""to Little Rock. ,t .

ered. .i.:-\ .:.f case analysis can column next week for partic- Bank after a vacation spentat I Ark. .to visit their son and aVe moved further south In and David of Gainesville visit- S George LaRuePROPRIETOR
... their trailer home.. He is cd Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards
: :1 i
determine how.ip St. I' Leon
:W: ulars as to time and .place. home in Jacksonville family Mr. and Mrs. :
"; :': Beach, .I Salesman. for trailer homes and': and .Mr. and Mr& Earl ,
:: tocopewltkyourhair John will be the first Eagle Augustine Daytona I Campbell. I ,I i
J I ,;large motor boats.COMMUNITY Green Sunday afternOon.Mrs. j
:"'.' ;. condition. Scout in this area for sometime and Marineland.Miss Recent 'guests of Mr. and I

HE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ">'I--, S.k There is no and the first Scout of Diana Varela, an exchange Mrs. 'Homer Hurst were his CHURCH ; Mary Green returned -

E!:. Dwyer charge fol con- Troop 109 to make this high student from the Republic : orotheri;: la'W'and sister Mr; 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j

sultation.. rating. Dick Logsdon '.s the of Panama was the and }{rs". H';'B.'Burnette and Dr. A. C. Holt/MinkterMrs. One. Quart or Gallon '

scoutmaster of Troop 09. house guest of Frances Reaves Hurst, '
'Esther '
mother Mrs
his ; :
MEMBER F.D.I.C. EDMUND ;.. J. L. Het1 t iJ .nOrranist ,
DWYER .
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Mrs. Reamer Passes while Frances was on vaca <
A Friendly Rank in A Friendly Community Electrologist :all of Tampa .,*nd Choir DrrecUr/ Of Extra Cost
Mrs. Famie Jane Reamer a tion. Miss Varela is a .student '
,: Mr..and Mrs. Andrew Dunk .t1 day School?,? : 8:1a.: 'm.,
S S Keystone Heights, Fla. ((17 Years Experience) long-time resident of Keystone, at Jones Business College, and and little "'son of'' Memphis Morning. Worship."10 a. m. 'I> FREEIPrices With Each

107 W. Univ. Ava, GainesvilleCall Heights died Saturday evening lives with Mr. and Mr.,, A..E. Tenn.'ire: visiting'her parents I | One You Buy.

FR 2-8039 for appointment In the Gainesville Medical Reaves Jr.'in Jacksonville.Mr. and'Mrs.'TE.itT'Robfnson. FIRST BAPTIST .CHURCH;'
:tr.
_. I Center. Mrs. Reamer's husband and Mrs. A. E.Reaves, \. '<.". .:; < *> ". ."'KiEYSTONE; WEIGHTS : Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal.
ViSit'
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Mrs/ George
the late Dan Reamer;, Jr:. and.family of Jacksonville : ,flippy r i. Smith.pastor,. Raiph'

died several months ago. t pent last weekend 'with' Mr., mg relatives'and' Jriends. 'in' Copeland Minister' of ,Miisichd l4Y CARTER PAINT STORE
Ga"l
:KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE For many years. the Reamers Reaves' father A. E. !Heaves Savannah,, 'church organist."

had been coming to Keystone I Sr., and Miss Frances Reaves Mr.- and Urs. John. Beller-' 8eivice'.Sundal"Sehoo19f5.: ..50 Ji. "'. 8th Are. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588You'll ,

'" Heights in the winter, \ on Bedford Lake. Jean,of..Indian tlverCity, and *. 'in. Storninr'Wohhip, 11:50m. : I_

\ !. BUSINESS 1 DIRECTORY and spending the summer I We were happy to ss< Mike Mr. and Mrs.' John Simmons ..- T/alnir: "uhion, ,:W :!p, '''\i .
:months at their home 1nI Siprelle in town on .Sunday of Orlando\ visited the parents m.Ev&f g"serv1eesE: 0 T. \ S S

Meadville. Pa. However several -: afternoon. Mike and some of Mrs. .B llerjeau and ,Mrs,: m. You''are.: rnyl 1td tSviharfamily'

years ago Mr. Reamer j friends were'down to 'd: some '5imm9 .,Mr, and Mrs: C. _A. Prayer. tlnfe With"''i .

: skin-diving in the clear waters Ford. 'jY..., '''1'. Ad 5.
PLIANCE SERVICE I HARDWARE REAL ESTATE sold his jewelry business there ?

15 and their home and they set- ; of Lake Geneva. Mike is the The .Melrose ''Baseba Team .ST. ANNES \EPISCOAL' !! notice a change

[}heeler Service Co.t Brooklyn C. J.: Pete O'ConnorREALTOR tied in Keystone permanently.t youngest of the six Siprelle ii off ta: a succesafulstirt this :C_.;.lfunA .

children who,with their: parents Ct
summer. Last Friday-toey defeated ; 1rchi
I TWahus, ; Mrs. Reamer was born in
House
Service:: : Supply former residents of School 9:30>: a. m.,
are Interlachen here 14-5. .Mprninjtj!
Etc. Degolia Pa. She is survivedby
REAL ESTATE
InpU "Eiec. Repairs !
VAR-TUNG PAINTS Keystone Heights.Dr. Prayer and Sermon [list and change to
JRanite 5-2401., Melrose- MORTGAGES APPRAISALS four sisters. Mrs. George The 'next game is' Thursday ; eWWfl you
and Mrs. E. F. MCI chant Sundays Holy Orenmurl-j .
3rd
Outside House PaintMildew .
afternoon in
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Johnson.
this ad Worth $1 on Keystone Heights Phone 4297J/ Doerge of Bradford Pa.. Mrs. i. : i, I
ve Resistant t and three children of Jack- members"of1 Ion]. ,6:30: p. m. Episcopal
next service call) I Elmer E. Howe of Keystone The .the team.. ". -"* '" .
aa to customer SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON Winifred H. Heights Mrs. Harvey Herring' sonville were weekend guestsof are: Walter- Wilson catcher; r9unr Churchm n. '
.VtJ1T-l Mr. and Mrs. E. L. South Holy Days 1:30:: 'BL Holy 't : 5D
a.
Keystone Heights Phone 2741Odom's :
[ween Keystone Mrlrose, CRAWFORDReg. of Pittsburg Pa., and Miss well and Miss Barbara South George Wodey, pitcher- Ken Communion. : .

Ve Service Both Areas. Flora B. McLean of Keystone seth Tomlinson. first base; .
: Hardware Real Estate Broker well at their home on Lake Third Wednesday Parish .
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WORK GUARANTEED Heights. Also several nieces Johhny Reg n, second base;: < I .

a Servicing Since 1947 & Supply Lake Properties Acreage ;and nephews. |, Brooklyn. Bob Ford; 'third 'base; Mar- Covered Dish. .Supper, 6:39 >. :-
Gina Massa daughter 'of m. S S" '
Ranches Business City .1
shal Pardee. short stop, Boby hflotor'OJLZd
Funeral
services heldat
NUANCES-fT" HARDWARE PAINT Homes Rentals I were Mr. and Mrs. George Massa field 11 The Rev. Millara H. Jrey- 'IJQg :
TisonTJeff Jim Davis -,
Cement Blocks Red Mix "We Take A Personal InterestIn 11 a. m., Tuesday July 18, 1 oas returned from Camp center field. ;,ani Rick. ?ogie. Vicar.
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at the Kyle-McLellan 'hapel ; -ft '
Redfearn'sAppliances Cement Your Requirements" ; Gilead at Polk City. She and "*
; Tomlinson., right lieldrW1t S .
:In Jacksonville with Rev. -
Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils ner sister Phyllis have gone ; Faith Prtsbyterlaai :
Midway: Keystone Heights '. m
Idtt L "
S Meter Service Melrose Fred Yerkes officiating. I to Moultrie Ga. to visit their rl q( Uie t; Duplicate' i Chareh* Mekose* .

IOTPOINT APPLIANCES Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 Hhvay SI-Open Sundays i! Burial was in Franklin grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge,Chib' )included: ,First Sunday"services' Church I f_... .. : _
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lytag Washers and Dryers GR 5-2981 Cemetery Franklin Pa. t Clayton Purvis. place. Mrs, Raymond i btarnes. School. i:4: ..- IlL' Mofnlnj 2" /J-\I'S/ t i \ :::: .'

I }t, ZentthTV I LUMBER A Memorial Service for Mrs., M. 1,. Sibley is in Bradford and Mrs.J.' ;: R. ,Henderson; ':Worship, 11 J. /a-, iJ&12i1 : Dww .J 5 SI ,
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S VICE OX ALL MAKES I San Lebrydo RESTAURANTLawrence's ; Reamer will be held in the County Hospital under obser- second: ,la| ;Urv Clark: ,B. 'Neale, .'Jr- pastor. "* S ,"Z.. .
Math and 'Mr' JoluT1iuri --M xT
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,,Lumber Co.We DinettejShort Friday July 28. of Ed Conneen are ; r.; .third)piajce-Miss? Ira I: ME; RIGHT POINT_ for We( ; 4., D rcIItd. eng ....
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Orders Sandwiches I Former Teacher To Return Hillyer"...;4MI.MryCo9k; :way you, write' 'Cwae/lh ani : > '
.Specialize in. Custom sorry to hear of the death of ;t,1 -3. Decr ad'engnw.v# S '
Cut Extra Lengths Bottled and Draught Beers To Keystone School his father. Michael Conneen.of and fourth ..placeMr5. John! !select 'year.iaTftrit. ESTEK-1 .. .
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fie, Materials Sundays Too- Ciostc1llonda11)Kitthen ] Miss Gertrude Houser for- Philadelphia, last weekend. Goff and. >tfs.lLowell..RusselL r !; .BROOK Ferimfalni Pen."TEl' ,- eCitJwSlnis S ___ SS

MELEOSE G 5-2701 Cement Mortar Mix- Open 11 A. M--9 P. M. merly a teacher in KC'stone'! Guests of the O. L. Linsins ,IR: 4311. L.x :"f*' -'ta'

[ Sheet Rock: I Keystone Heights, Fla. Heights School and the principal -i at Pafk-of-the-Palms *or two TRINITY CHtDBCH. 'EPISCOPAL 1',-r---.-- -- 5- -.. .I SD" koIitotor J
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l' Phone 4285 to the Keystone' faculty M. N. Hayes and daughters S
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& White Top Drive-in this fall after five :years in from Rockville, Md., and Robert Prayer and 'nRemon'1"'first : ,g. '
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Millwork Shop Cold Beer-Onion Rings second year Latin. Miss' ister. < Holyl1an1'! ./m., o1y1Coninon. ffti :
Take Out Orders Houser has taught in high j *v* r'* *'It rftfrfc j )
} CABINETS Doons'WTh'DOW Miss Dianne Dorsett \of Perry I
Curb Service After $ P. M. ." is S1STO1R .
chool and grade schcxy both.;; left for her home last Friday '
FRAMES The RevMillard H. Breyfogle. S
Williams Open 11 A. M. To MidnlteRt OrhettraS tHIS/ WEEK
[Edna SCREENS She is a graduate of Alle-i! evening, after visiting her Ticar.' 1 1 I V ....'. .{ ,

FLORIST-NURSERY Trim Materials 21 Between Keystone & Sheny College, Meadville Pa. < sister and brother-Uirlawf Mr. f\ :.. SS. For D BciggEVERT ,.
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1 f-or'All: Occasions I Keystone Height stone's "first families" &s the Mrs. Lydia Hurley and Miss stone., ;They fwijj' g> beret for,I '

W' Phone: OR 52331uO'l'rLED WELL DRILLING Housers were among the first !i .Tane McMurtry were vaca- four weeks. and-t!..n&J "dieirvisit NIGHT -St, 12 : .. SILCOI : '
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PACKAGE STQREShaughnessy's I of families to come to to coincide with The .
I WELL DRILLINGS group :; tioning at Deersfield Beach j

i PUMPS Keystone from Meadville in I trom June 10 till July 1, visit- swimming, .ksspns, -at- the. 'l S. .- ', I .. "' .. '.-Vs.1..

Eystbne Gas Co. SERVICE the early days. Mrs.Hurley's s1ste :Mrs.Pearl beach.. j "

PACKAGE STORE MATHEWSWell Mr. Sprow is quite happy Carroll. Mrs.Bin Belote came home JEYTOE ,flTIES'SRYJCE795iwkAye.! .
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I THE RIGHT POINT for the I -
ful worker in the New Jerusalem I Maurice J. White. with a stork shower honoringher back from a vacation in Nashville i der for cash, in hand, the above I I j, (Cousty FlvrliaNo.
| nay you write. Come in and described of said deI 8-55S
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ; Baptist Church, and was ;; The living room and dining\ granddaughter, Mrs. Tenn. select your favorite ESTER-, fendant. to property satisfy said xecu1 I L. B. Alvarez d-'baAlt.rea
also affiliated with the Sunday j room were decorated wits pink Michael J.: Wilson. The home Silas Futch of Jacksonville BROOK 1 IOU. .I I Service Station Starke. Florid.,
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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Morning Band SOciety.' In'j and white gladioli and green> was artistically decorated. with spent Thursday to Saturday GRAPH. i. Sheriff P. D.' Bradford HEDDI'SH"County: i West Plaintiff Madison vs. Ovid,Street G. Lewi, <8i

:1918 he was married to Mrs. plants One gift room was [ summer flowers. Guests included with Mrs.: Joyce Futch and I i By Jean Wainwright, D. S,. Florida Defendant.. stain*.
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[ Elizabeth Givens] Alberta Ross, and they-had decorated with pink roses and I Mrs. Hollis Knight, j Small' (Claim Coart, Bradford Notice Of Sheriff's Sale
. . ', . . nine children. !' the second Wyer. Ralph. r Bradford County, }Florida under -i' The -Sedge's CourtOf Notice is hereby given c fiat
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwas gift room was lovely I Miss Judy LaS Miss and In County I. P. D. Reddish, Sherirr
.I :Mr. and Mrs. S. D., Andrews by virtue of a writ of Bradford County,. Florida | of
Surviving are his wife three with beautiful zinnias. The refreshment I Martha Weldon, and Mrs.Wil- Execution heretofore issued out' Ja Probate i j County Judge of Bradford ('IUD. +II{
OBITUARY born in 1901 in the Mon- i and children of Wildwood of Small Claims Court BradfordCounty ty, Florida on the 14th dry ,
sons, six daughters, and a table decorated i ; In Re Estate of Evelyn E.Whelan. fAugust
., was lard Weldon of Starke, Mrs. : ,
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in above 1911. at .o'clock
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spent Sunday with Mrs.: Andrew.s also known as Evelyn a.
Washington Powers. 60. died teocha settlement in Alachua kost of other relatives. .one I with a large crocheted cover I'' July 9 in the University of County. daughter, Mrs. Mae B. Scott parents, Mr. and Mrs. following property, to-wit: DE' aled. for final discharge as administratrix
with the huge crystal punchbowl i Crawford, Mrs. J. D. Crawford, i stadt Whelan. i it with the will
I W. F. Moore, and family. I One (1) 1953 Chevrolet 4 door Petition For. annexed
Notice! Of Filing
Florida Teaching Hospital. He'' He was a member and faith- lives: in Starke. in the center filled with Mrs. Earle Crawford, and Mrs. Model No. A53A :Motor Xo. LAA I Final Discharge Of Administra-i of the estate of Evelyn E. Wbe-

Summer Program And delicious punch. Candelabra on ': ]Roy Martin of Kineo-sley'Lake," Mrs. J. O. Pons and childrenof ',1049238. TaT No. 43E-13. !f trix: i iI :an This deceased.6th day of July, 19111.
As the property of the above I To All Whom It May Concern: ,;
Tallahassee
.. Recreation Dept. News either side, held pink lapers. > !Mrs. W.. Ransom and Mrs.J. .I were visiting I named defendant and that on i Notice is hereby given that I ,j Dorothy Agnes SwanbomAdministratrix

An invitation is extended Guests were served from crystal I D. McKinney of Gainesville, I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish the ; day the "of legal August hours, 1961 of sale between -, have filed my final with returns the1l1 as I Ii j jadministratrix annexed of the estate with of the EvelynE Will

to all teen-agers to attend plates and cups. and Mrs. W. P. Crawford.j.ihis week. namely eleven o'clock in the annexed of the estate of Evelyn; Whelan. al o known as r.\-f-
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CULF'Qualify the free hops each Tuesdayand Mrs. Mary Lee Shaw,mothf't Everyone enjoyed the evening.j I .Miss Debra Saunders of t'ort'n..n ,and at two twelve o'clock o'clock in theaftt'rnHon on E. Whelan X. Whelan also and known BoA as EvelynNorstadt Evelyn J' Xorstadt lyn X. Whelan Whelan.and deceased as Evelyn!: )

Thursday nights from er of the bride-elect wore a | Delicious refreshments were j II Jacksonville was visiting Mr. said day, at the South door of Whelan; that I have Hollis V. Knight!.

7:30 to 9 p. m. at RJE Cafeteria lovely pink corsage, and Mary 1 i! i served by the hostess. |I and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and,t County the Court Florida House., I will In offer Bradford for filed my, and petition that I for will final apply discharge to-, Attorney Starke, Fla.for Admix:' ,

Helen, the honored guest was I Mrs.'qj'R-fc' Mozinger anddaughteiBarilara i j children during the week. t.sale and sell to the highest bid- the Honorable Theron" A. Yawn, 7-18: 4t 1-3 I

All teenagers are invited to presented with a white cor- Jean spent t Mrs. Cora Hodges of Baldwin -

attend a free hop given by sage. part of last, week with Mr. i visited her sister Mrs. !'

the City Recreation Department Serving punch at the beau- and Mrs.: '>;ugene Pearson and Hester Hicks,'several days this !

of Starke each Friday tifully decorated refreshmenttable Donn. t week. j SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED

night at the Reno Theatre were Mrs. Queen Green Friends Mrs. W. T. Wil- Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Dan-*:

from 7:30: to 9:30.: Music will and Miss Akie Lee Williams. kison will regret to learn that I t ny have returned'from a.visit .

be provided by Jean Holmes. Miss Sarah Lou Banks, and she is a .patient in Riverside I ofseveral weeks with Mr. and .
Club News ; ,12 TO 15 GIRLS NEEDED TO GO TO WORK T
Miss 'Shirley Ann Scott assisted Hospital tye hope she willboon \ Mrs. Fate Redd in Macon, Ga. )
The Fiesta Club Social and in serving. recover and be af; home Mrs. Redd underwent serious ", (
'. I a *, AT ONCE AGES 18 TO 40
Saving Club will meet July 22 Mrs. Beulah Lennon, Mrs. again. cperation while they were t

and all members are asked to Mae Lois Pittman, and Mrs. News' was' received here that i there, but has recovered and ...'.
be present. Louise Broxton recorded and Cannie Barley" f
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pass is able to be at home. I : PLEASE APPLY FOR INTERVIEW
Bridal Shower aisplayed the many lovely ed ,away Sunday. He Till be
1 Mrs. C. E. Strickland of .
Miss Mary Helen Wh'te was gifts. remembered 'as brother of the 1 I BETWEEN HOURS
Honored at a lovely bridal Church Announcements late T. T.'[SlimJ Darley. Mrs.I Gainesville was guest cf her '\0"

shower Monday night at the j New Hope Baptist Sunday tattle Darley is his shterinlaw j I sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry, 9:00: TO 12 AND 1:00 TO 400; *"\ <. .

home of Mr. and Mrs. McCoy School will be held at 9:45: a. and Mfs.,Hiram Bennett I Ion Thursday. Mrs. Strickland '. '

White Sr. Hostesses were Mrs. m. with Supt John Diggs Jr. his niece.''Sympathy. is extended and Miss Terry were Thurs-,

Metta Harmon, and Mrs.. :n charge. There will be a to thee fam1Iy. uay night guests of Mrs. Hugh
:bingo party Friday night at Mr. and' Mrs. Benton Futch Johnson in Jacksonville On BIG DAD MANUFACTURING C9.

.. I the home of Mr. and Mrs. and children, stopped by Fri- Friday they visited Mrs. Bill ,
See Norman Suggs. The public is day and visited Mrs. Joyce Griner and children and Mr. Church & Brownlee Streets ,'.-,

Westinghouse invited to attend. The Sunday Futch. They were on their way and Mrs. Bronson Fish. ,;

School Is going toyr Saturday '. I.
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Freezers and 1 ,
July 22, in behalf of ,
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Air ConditionersAt he Woman's Day Drive.

I Adults are asked to donate $1

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North Florida bus will leave the school at .l. r .
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will be held Sunday *t Mt. ,<, ;

Starke, Fla. Moriah Methodist starting A E. ;t

"You Can Be .Sure. with Church School at 10 a. DARI 1 Ne G P S 0\.1 ;'

If It's Westinghouse" m.; Morning Service at 11 a. NEW OIL' COMPANY- BOLD NEW 1. . ,'

m., with Rev. L. H. Mclendonin ; .

charge. At 3 p. m. Rev. L'i\ '. ';c< l.. '
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White and his congregationfrom ;: ,

\"'Io'lJ PYROFAX the Church of God in ; L.
render services at ;
Unity will s
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I GU11095 PUT IN OUP. GAS, be held by,.the pastor. : ? T_ 1,
Mrs. Ethel Young asks all : ,. R
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ustRE. I second Sunday. A trustee .: r i :>
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4 1'1' O with .... 5\0 N 0 Trustee Day this Sunday ':.:
.7 Ct A. Fannie Bell Frazier in "'.-.: 'S -' :
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1t'ri p. m. Sunday in the church : ; .jo'; ..
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: : : : : : Friendly asking all members to contact '. .' '>'.r.' .

[, < : : : < Pyrofax Gas DealerA 1 the leaders for the suprort of r. .- ; .

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1 ALL from Sunday. July 23, Becauseof : brass tacks ::

'. EVERY ,GULF TIRE AT BIG SAVINGS ,/ Your Gas Needs Please the watch Funeral for of date.Mrs. Paul. : ,

,SEE YOUR NEAREST GULF DEALER LISTED BELOW Take notice that young ., ., : ...

and old are invited to join the .. i .,
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i Saturday, July 22. The bus Tenneco. New name, new gasoline, new service. New which grade of Tenneco makes it happy_ If our gasoline'*

will leave RJE High Scnool at vigor, enthusiasm, determination..not only at the refineries the muscle,our dealer's the hustle..a dedicated guy,quick',
%WESTSIDE GULF SERVICELEONARD "J A donation of 50 cents '
L I round p. m.trip will be received. but at the service stations. New ideas about how petroleum courteous. He knows what it's all about. He's got a feel 1 for

VARNES I There will be plenty cf fun .products should be refined, delivered and sold. H For example cars, a way with cars, a talent for doing things right He's

and refreshments on hand at I : Each Tenneco station has just two pumps. Regular the man who'll give you the "Total Service" you've been
W. Madison St. Starke, Fla. each stop. Mrs. Coreae: Mc- t
Neal chairman. and Premium. But both gasolines have the same'premium waiting for.We're new but we're ready. We're f full-grown,

.hi r -- -. .: be into is We've the the
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ingredients. Everything can put a gasoline competitive. got backing, background,

YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY in our Regular as well as our Premium. All'the additives the manpower the momentum. Try us. See if it isn't true

! ,STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY our Regular's got them. The difference 'is in the octane that the going's great when, you take to the& road from

.'. rating. Tenneco Premium has higher octane. But you may Tenneco. And see if our new redwhite.and.blueign isn't r

By Enxa Blanchar :, not.need it.Your car has an "octane sense". It will tell you really a signpost, a beacon, something new to guide by.

AUTO BODY SHOP AUTO. RADIATOR' J. B. Wright 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Vacation ..

i Mack's Body Shop SINCLAIR SERVICE Bible School got 1"I. .
Ed Prevatt's GarageS off to a good start Monday .

BODY & FENDER REPAIRCOLLISION RADI TOR'SERVICE STATION morning with approximately .. \ :,.'
SERVICE Complete Auto Service
65 enrolled.Mr. .
New Cores Roddinr -
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Painting: Matching_ Flushing. Crank Shaft Welding and Mrs. Paul Bennett r x bS -:
FREE! ESTIMATES Grinding were honored with a party in :- ..
542 Madison 969-2801 ; ,. .
Phone 969-2405. Lawn Mower, Motors RepairedPhone AUTO TIRES their new home last Saturday '- ), ..

2033 'N. Temple. Starke '964-3861 964-6584 afternoon Refreshments were {1- ,.
So. Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co. served to the 35 guests calling ; f
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AUTOMATIC during the afternoon. Host- .J' '" '. '
AUTO SERVICE Pappy Ronlston, Owner Mgr.
esses were Mrs. Donald Bennett
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.TRANSMISSION I Recapping for Cars &. Tracks and Mrs. William Smith. .; ,ii..=... :.'- ,

Tanner's Dodd's Service & I ONE DAY SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch are h:. i1. ;- '
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Gulf Service Auto Sales AUTO-LITE BATTERIES I residing in their recently] pur- :. "t e u J:.JJ. J :
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,I i' Complete GULF Trasss PRODUCTS Automatic' GENERAL International'REPAIRING Lifetime 135 Phone N. Temple.964-4221. Starke .... who of Mr.Lawtey.have, and .Mrs.been_ .Clifton,living at Smith the ; :. I E N N E C 0 .!.j'. ; ;'.'..j."::.",. ,.i..'...!:.'.. ... I


1 Service and ,Repairs! Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES State Farm have purchased .- ,'j:;''<, '- : !-.-fl...i,.' .
For All Makes FIRESTONETires 'Hall R"1.t t: 1.1' r.- I.
the place known as the .. S,
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666 N. Temple Stake 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 Chasteen of the railroad. We wel- .....'..,.:.".v."'" ; < ? .<. I

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AUTO PARTS Starke 66" ServiceBill SEEDS'FEEDS On Friday evening Mrs. 'l-f' ;':, ,' .. 1'; '
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FERTILIZERS Charles R. Klein entertained xy7c
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Cor. Brownlee & Clark : I
Phone 964-OS01, 964-0811 I i i. :a '. : .
Gilbert S. Brown WATCHES DLIMONDSa ,; _
-AUTO REPAIRS Welding. -I L:
Standard Oil Service Station" Electric and1 Acetylene Welding REPAIRS at your new'Tenneco station; Get a 33Vi long playing : customers Available only at your Tenneco station.

Earl. Garage ,. <;. Hare Welder -J"Wffl Jrayd! I AH Work Gearaiatee4 -.- r&eorctatbum valued at $3.93 for just $1.00. This terrific. xk a Drive in today for your ing With Tenneco" flfjurn. .... .

ALL KINDS OF ATLAS I Ju C. Wfflwaw album called "Sing With.! Tenneco" has 14 all-timo y rz Offer expires July 31, 1961, t

.. AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES. -,.Jt.. t O BArrBIUIJi':-- ",.'>0" Work Gimrintee 1 AU Work GuaranteedPhone Budget, Terms: .Road Serrice : 116 W.'Br'ownlti 964MfiT7S3775 ,*" Stwte. Fk. ; EVENING BY TH,|MOONLIGHT, AFTER THE. A L2 ., ,,', "' : (
9692964So. Phone 964-7071 - BEAUTIFUL DREAMER, and many more. Recorded by TENNECO-SIGNPOST FOR THE SIXTIES'

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