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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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t 'I BY COUNTY BOARDMerrill

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ro estimating expenditures eluding] their own. except salaries fire Truck

and over estimating revenues -, of minor county employees. Given

has. finally caught up: < Only those employees will Budget

Action came fast and hard last Friday (Gregg Reddish starred in boht Johns' wins missioners with, Bradford where it County hurts Corn most-tl t be..paid' whose subsistence depends Within 140 working days

when Johns.Oil Company defeated the Florida entirely on their s lary'from.th from now Starke
when he drove in all three residents
runs,in the first -righ In ,their hip pockets Clerk!!
county County
Pest Control S-0 In the first game of Jay- game Friday with two home runs and when With only $4,410,82'' left in I Charles Darby said Wednes Tax Levy Totals 41.25 Mills will see a new shiny-red $15-

ceo Midget League baseball. play. Johns Oil he socked his third homer of the series in the the general, fund the Commiselan' ] 634 fire engine sitting in the

Went on to win the league championship p J third game Monday to knock bthe winningrun. will have, to, delay 'payment day.No additional revenue is expected For No Change Over Last Year Fire Department garage on
taking the best two of bills and'salarles in '
out. of, three games : until*-sometime in No- a rI Jefferson Street in place of

_Greg Reddish Star In fsJohns' ., Farmers Have vemjier, Darby? says, when new c Bradford County's $386,349.63$ budget for 1961-62 the 20-year-old 1942 Dodge

i taxes and race track funds begin .. 'was given tentative approval by, the County,Commission engine.

to roll In, Until then, he < at its meeting here Monday, and is published in Meeting in a special session
i full in this issue of The Tuesday night the Starke
Oil To Oct. 2 On stated anyone to whom the Telegraph. The overall county -
Champions county* r owes' money can get it I } rfM levy (including School Board share) is 41.25 mills, : City Council okayed the pur
chase of
the same as last year. the new engine witha

i Gas by taking a note, signed by The .new budget will .be formally adopted Tues- $3,900 down payment due
Of Tax on
RefundFlorida Commission Chairman -- in
Midget League- PlayJohns Carl, day, Sept. 5. February, 1962. The balance
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will be
Prevatt, to a local bank and I The Commission met Mon-I been lost due to high water. at six per paid cent off Interest.m five years The

exchanging it for the amount : A train was also wrecked
'Oil farmers have until day, instead of its regular sevj Pisrch and Sons Company
Company won the with the
Pest Control !'
defeating scoring all of their seven runs (October 2 to file claims owed less a certain interest time Tuesday since the law era! weeks ago due to a wash-
Midget for of
Kenosha.
a
League I Wisconsin
championship the Johns Oil 7-2 by in the first inning with four 1! refund out on the tracks at Theressa
of tax provides
that
federal gasoline it meet the
by taking a two out of three on rate.The on from whom the city bought
hits, and six i' in the
walks. Howell same place where wash-
series from Florida Pest Con- was I[': used for farming pur- county will settle all first. Monday as a Board of the new engine, is allowing a
trol behind the hitting and Garden \Wins the winning pitcher giving up' poses. Claims may be filed by such accounts prior 'to January Equalizers.. No one appeared outs have occurred before. .$2.000 trade-in on the old
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Pitching of Greg Reddish. only five hits. I farm owners tenants or operators 10, 1962 Darby states. The before the board at this time The board assured the dele- Dodge which will go as part

In the first game last Fri- The final? game of the play- for the period July 1, notes, which must be presentedto to register complaints con- gation that efforts would be of the down payment.

day afternoon Johns defeated SubDistrictSofty off for the championship was 1960 through June 30. 1961. the 'bank in order to obtain cerning values on the 1961 tax made to get the State Road The new engine will be
an
Florida Pest 3-0 behind the held Monday and Johns-.defeated For gasoline purchased on the money, may be obtained in roll. Department to send an en- F-850

two-hit pitching of Greg Red- Pest Control 3-0 behind or after Oct., 1. 1959 through Darby's office in the county 3 Drainage problems In the gineer to study the situation model Ford with an all

dish and Roger Chilson. Play the home run of Greg : June 30, 1961. a refund rate courthouse, he said. Theressa area were aired by a and see what could be done to bronze pump with a pumping

Reddish knocked in all three Reddish. of four cents a gallon is al Darby also ,explained that large delegation headed by L. remedy it. capacity of 750 gallons per

runners with home runs 'hi Reddish and Roger Chilson lowed. next year's budget will have to K. Childs and Barney Brin- In other action the board: minute. A 750 gallon water

the first and third innings. The Garden Restaurant combined to pitch the twohitshutout No refund of the tax Is 'allowed be a 14 month budget to take Edwards son. They pointed out that Made plans to trade for a tank will also be mounted on I

The second game Saturday Slow Pitch Softball Team won ,which gave the Johns I I. for gasoline used on the care of the extra two months water has swept over the new bulldozer new road grader -, the truck more than double ;

morning was a different story ,the Sub-District Tournament the 1961 Jaycee Midget Base- highway; in processing packaging of this year for which the Edwards Bids highway near Childs' store and new half-ton pickup the capacity of present

in Gainesville two weeks ago bill championship. freezing or canning operations county has no money. For the twice this year and that some truck. This will be done under I any

Local MerchantsTo by defeating two Gainesville ; or for purposes non- past five years county: boards For::.Re-election chickens in broiler plants have lease purchase agreements engine.
Work Started farming purposes. have been with the first year's payment
teams- IT-3 and 122. over-estimating revenues As;'City Clerk
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Claims should be and under-estimating expenditures First City-Wide taken cars of by the trade-
Gather Friday Last 'Thursday night in filed on Heart Attack
-.fV.,. Gainesville!] ," Garden defeated On'Site For Form 2240 [1961 with the U. the clerk says consequently Merrill Edwards qualified i in, and the balance of the
Jacksonville": S.District Director running out of Doll FestivalSet price being paid at the rate
For free SupperStarke in the District of Internal money Wednesday for reelection to i
Tournament and then,, beat County FairWork Revenue Jacksonville. The abou'fthe eleventh month of the of one-fourth per year. Takes former

t .I S anford,,Yat year's state run necessary blanks may be ob fiscal year.: the office... of City .Clerk- < For FridayThe Reinstated L. C. Padgett to

businessmen and ner-up. 16-6 in the champion- started Wednesday oclearing' tained from the county'agent'n s The whole thing just/.caught where he is completing hisfirst ,the road department upon his BHS AthletePete
their t mIles will 'gather at ship"game" last Friday night. office. up" with the commission this term. promise, to quit taking too

the American Legion hall' this' By :winning the District unused grounds at year Darby said.. He calls next] In announcing his candidacyfor first annual city-wide much time off. Skoofalos Jr.,

Fridays-night! at 6:30: for. a Tournament; the Starke team I. the Starke State Farmers First Aid Films year's budget "the best, by far"of re-election) Edwards Doll Festival will be held at Decided to paint all county old head lifeguard at 23-year-Gold
the USO building' Friday
get-tother' and free smoked ,won a trophy and a 'chance to Market as a location ,for the any in the past flue years. promised an "honest sincere August 11. equipment white for easy Head Branch State Park died

mullet supper served by the play in the State Softball 1961 edition of BradforCounty's d|
Retail Merchants Division of Tournament to beheld at annual fair. The recently .ASC Elections performing the duties to the bring;All children are asked to .Approved typical section in Bradford County Hospital
their"dolIs.to the USO
the Chamber of Commerce. Cocoa Beach August 18, 19. best of his ability and giving and right-of-way, etc.. for after suffering a heart attack
t Mclntire.' ca secretary organized fair association Unit., ., 4 between.,4 and ;30j>. ,m.. Fri. .
20; ToBeHeJd J citizens' :"doU&r-vahie' i '
,. Orahanvbridge Ba.nta'Fe
__\, .* : over while on his-Job at the park
? : gtve'n *'*'''' f T- *+ "T or4aT .
ald yesterday tHat, ads The ieam is sponsored by has_been permissionto doHa'r'spent." ., V V : for registra1pn.tn.A River. -
during the afternoon
This,Month .... .
vanes -ervat1oris' Indicia! a ,Garden Restaurant and managed use a portion of,the marke Two films: on basic first aid i child may enter-as manydolls'as ">r i J. ::fart offfc&s said ,
large, .:;attendance at the meeting by,Merrill Strickland.Telephone property for this: purpose. for factures cuts and bleeding '.he or she has in the that
Farmers who are partici Two Sentenced Skoofaka, who was in his
? Two festival
In divisions
Future plans include the were shown to the Bradford Announce any of the
Gating in one or more.qf the j I second $asozx as a lifeguard
Topics of Importance to erection of exhibit buildings County Civil Defense Rescue Judges will decide on first
Stock national farm administered In Shine at Gold Headcomplained; of
will be ; programs Case
retailers discussed at on the site 'with matching Squad last week preparatoryto I.f'd
dizziness headache
locally by" Agri- and a
this meeting McIntire said. funds made' avaIlable' by the a demonstration to be cultural': "' Stabilization and lis Week In 'the dolls will be on public dis vague pain In his chest about
Trading Begins
All businessmen Invitedto state. The Bradford 'County given this week by local doc Conservation farnier '- committeemen i play between and 8'p. m. Markfee Padgett and Ever- 4 p. m. He was'brought to the

attend the supper and bring Development Authority has .agreed 'are reminded f Friday 'night.rrroPhIes' will ett :Eugene Norsworthy; i i :j hospital here and died
tors.The by a few
their families. Trading began Tuesday on to lend the fair associa Rescue Squad will meet| tbe, local ASC office ,of. theapproaching' i City :Election: be :presented? to the winners. .I charged with possession of hours later.
the American Stock'Exchangeof tion $5,000 to be used as this Thursday at 7:30: p. m. election. There will also be 'a drawing moonshine still and apparatus Ekoofaloa

'Boat Registration the shares of Independent matching funds for this pur in the AmerIcan Legion Hall '
Blanks AvailableThe Telephone Corporation Dryden pose. instead of the courthouse ain s| A farmer must PartIcIpate Mrs.''Ruby Johns has qualified entering,, the Festival will be bation when arraigned before school ,in Starke, and played
N. Y., of which the In order to be eligible to cast Circuit footba!l.here
previous weeks. The two | \ \ to succeed herself eligible the door prize.I Judge O. L. Patten during his sopho
as
blanks forre.reglsterfng Starke Telephone Co. is a sub- Methodist Men, : films last week shown by a ballot for someone to represent aClassification, for the dons here Monday afternoon. more year. He later moved to
necessary him on the .committee. member of Starke's City Council
boats are no wl r J' sidiary.I County Sanitarian Jackapproved Tra- are: David Turner charged with|, j jI Wives to Hear Talk Eligible voters must have an in
I Listed on the exchange were techniques the forthcoming electionof I
I wick gave 1. Prettiest doll. transportation of
available. at the office of Tax I II I interest In farm moonshine :family where he continued
a as ,owner
728,507' common shares of In- for treatment and bandaging : Sept 12. She was the onlynew
I Collector J. R. Kelly with 1 On Communism tenant or sharecropper if 2. Best dressed doll. whiskey was also placed on J his high school football career.
dependent.. The stock opened fractures and flesh candidate to qualify during 3. Most unusual doll. 18 months probation. I
He;
enforcement date set at Sept..R I I they are of legal voting age was still residing In Green
2,700 shares at 9 1-4 underticker
1. on Ladies are invited to Join wounds and what materialsto or must be in (Charge of the ,the week 4. Best home-made doll Calvin Whitehead pleaded I M 4 Cove at the time of his death.
symbol IDT. folks Methodist use if no bandages are 5. Most dolls.
Boat owners must present men at the guilty to charge of aggravated'
Cor supervision and conduct of J. L. Silcox qualified last Surviving are his parents
their old registration when Independent Telephone Men's supper meeting ,Monday available. the 6. Doll with prettiest ward assault and pre-sentence hivestigation !' ] ,
poration is holding will farming operations on an week 'to run for the councilseat Mr. and Mrs. Pete Skoofalos
a company Doctors this week use robe.* '
applying} for re-registration. of 14 subsidiary night when Rev. Spotty entire farm if they are not of .now held by J. D. Doyle. was ordeiedJudge by of i Am&ridge" Pa., and two
composed to demonstrate 1
models 7.,
human
Best
foreign dolL
of Gainesville will
who do not have their Spottswood Patten. Whitfield !
I was ]
legal will
Those companies operating in Flori in voting age It 'is expected that Doyle brothers Min and Louis.
treatment
original registration must obtain speak on "How Communism on-the-scene 8. Largest doll. released in the ,custody of
be candidate for re-election. Funeral
da Michigan :Missouri. New Programs administered by services were held
1
Works." several specific cases. The pre- .9. Smallest doll. Kenneth Johns
duplicate from Talla 1 j jI
a the ASC county and. 'w. T. Jackson has InAmbridge.
Jersey New York and West paratory' films last week were community Mayor
hassee at the cost of $1. I Supper will be served at 7 ,
committees I himself
include to succeed
Virginia. The Starke company suggested by the physicians to acre- qualified
Re-registration of boats un was its first acquisition i o'clock at $1 per plate and prepare the group for this age allotments marketing $3,000 Scholarship ,
,
16'fe t costs and
der $1.75' in Florida. It operates as a: reservations may be .made by week's program. PublicityChairman quotas commodity loans the V. .i '
16 to 25 feet is $2.75.
from holding company thereby recalling the First Methodist Dick Beise said. feed grain program National

taining the advantages of local? Church office_ Those who Trawick also announced at Wool program Agricultural Another Kirkland Model Car Tins
Measure
Tobacco management and initiativeand last week's meeting that the Conservation Program. Conservation -
cannot come hi time for supper !-
Passed functions ,as a servicecompany Regional Red Cross Director Reserve Program, Lonzo
Kirkland
Is son of Mr. The
are Invited to come for farm storage; facility loans I awards were announced in the .senior
to provide,its subsIdIary i L. hi Atlanta Georgia Is inter and Mrs. J. T., Kirkland of I before 900 leaders division of the
, Cong. Billy Matthews hannounced s and affiliated r companiesj I the meeting starting at 7:30finical ested offering; an advancedRed and others'assigned by the Starke. was among 20 young industry, at in the educationand recent contest He plans to study

that the House ,o f the !facilities, tee I The meeting is'not limited Crass first aid course to Secretary of Agriculture tthe i American designers and crafts- Guild Award Banquet in the for the ministry, entering the

I It{ Representatives passed his t personnel equipment, and to members of the club and' squad members and to Throughout Bradford Coun- men who received $44,000 in General Moors Technical Bible Seminary of Lee College

! bill. H. ,R. 1022)). providing for I credit they: require.. I the general public is invited.These general public. Because' of the ty local elections will be held universityscholarshIps for Center near Detroit. Mich. In the fallKirkland
-, recent national defense ''alert.by during the period August 21- was among the
ten
1 the lease and transmer of tobacco having the best model car entries Young Kirkland who has
President Kennedy Tr a- 31. Each eligible farmer will national winners who
allotments. received
acreage In the 1961 Fisher
;
) Body i completed two'years at Lee
' wick said the Atlanta officeis receive, a ballot by mall that scholarship awards'
i Tnthe e measure now goes; to Craftsman's Guild national.II College in Cleveland. Tenn., ranging
interested in may be voted and'returned from $5,000 to
Senate. + 3 particularly Ruby Johns i model.car competition. received a $3,000'scholarship 2000. Ten
the local rescue unit since it during this period.with other teenage designers won

, bone of few in this area .". $1,000.eac.t11n styling scholarships
H'H'C } for another:: term, and so far
I the potential act In an Rotary Hears has no. opposition.City for the originality and

CWorks event of' .an emergency.A ;- Artistic merit .demonstrated In
Clerk Merrill Edwards
set of bylaws preparedby their miniature versions of
Fritz
Pellum has announced his intention er x.Y futuristic
.b Deputy Dolph Reddish and carsIn
.
ask -
to for re-election and Is
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I Tax Assessor Gene Long presented addition to the scholar
two automobiles were determined to be On Communism likewise unopposed to date. r
total
HEAR I to the group last week ship Kirkland received a $150
Rev.Spotty Spottswood losses by Highway Patrolman L. N. Fowler after tMy'ooWded will receive a final vote for Incumbent Chief of 'PolIce cash award as first place winner

last Saturday on Brownlee Road west of Starke Driversof adaption this week, Beise saidIf An explanation and refutation Riley Sweat' is seriously ill ina In Florida in the senior

Methodist both can. were both hospitalized but are recovering fast. the by-laws are acceptedthe of the theories of Earl local hospital and no one division.! He also received reg

'-(Photo by Franklin Bitch) 'rescue squad will be of- Marx., founder of Communism, has qualified for this post as land honors, in competition
Men's: Club jet. I! '-':" ',- with
ficialy formed he said. was given at the Rotary Club ;" contestants from MissiaaIppi -

Two Cars Total Losses In Wreck' The squad still needs additional Wednesday by Fritz Pellum, ,a Voters on September 12 will i* Alabama and Georgia,
.. Monday, Aug. 14 : members. Beise also graduate, BBS and the University also'decide whether or not to ; and was given an all-expense-

.P' :, said and any person interested : of Florida. During his increase the terms of city officials 1 paid trip to the lift Guild

.,..'.. *.>.Supper: 7 P.M. I But Drivers Recovering FastTwo In rescue work Is invitedto senior year at the, University from two years :as they convention In Detroit.
attend meeting.slight at present, to four Klrka.nd'aI961! model
Meeting: 7:30 any Pellum was a member of the are years. ; was A

persons hospitalized as G. Fries 'said V She had | College Bowl, a. ,group of : hardtop sports car made from
'.' -.PUBLIC-INVITED a result of a two-car'collision head injuries. Yawn New Head selected university students :Revival ServicesAt bass wood and painted with

.t on Brownlee Road last Saturday 'Florida Highway Patrolman l appearing'a nationally tele white lacquer.He .

are recovering, nicely, according 1> N. Fowler said Mrs. Redding Of.County Judge'sDistrict vised quiz program. : Dedan Churchi i entered his first GuM

to reports. from their traveling east on the Group enrpiaining i -r- competition in 1955 and since
After the basic
Revival services W'iI1statt .
This Space Contributed physicians.. Brownlee Road lost controlof ,, : ,: then has won 10 awards, totaling
Rev L..S. Williams 57. of her car when she attemptedto County Judge T. A. Yawn theories-of ,Communism, the at the: Dedan Baptist Church ) ; $750 in cash, in addition
speaker
Weekly to Publicize went on to show how
; Monday:! night and continue to
Starke. is In "fine" conditionin pass another,auto..Her I960 was elected District 3 Vice Communists accomplish their : :.' the $3,000 scholarship,

.,' Community Events by Bradford County Hospital. Ford skidded 152 feet and collided President .of the F1orld&County goals by working through various each ;night daring the week. 'L His brother, Charles was
Dr. He'H'. Adams' said Wed- with Williams; 1957 Judge's Association at '"sympathizers" Song service starts at' 7:30 L' also a multiple winner In
groups - o'clock, and 'preaching at 8. Guild contests
nesday. neWUllams taking region
,
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was admitted Ford, traveling west. state convention
a held reeent11in' and "sue&jiierala: ; ;Who are
The Community with a fractured knee : Rev:, Lacy Conway'wm con al honors three times as well
injuries to his left. wrist Both cars were declared- Pensacola often dapei_ ;;Jta.... 'canning. out duct the services., ..- as several state awards, anda
and --
District 3 is comprised of the i .
tal losses GDJSSxmist; objectives
by Fowler. The # .
patrolman .
State Bank elbow and chest. I Alachua, Baker Bradford, Du-' without,realMng :what they The pastor Rev. OrvflBrookins :FLOS1DA BOYS dafgsb* eai >wa.-w., .. ..... .ass* $1,000 scholarship. Together
Mrs. ''Iola Redding 43, of ; charged: Mrs: Redding. vaX Flagler. St. Johns Nassau. are doing; &TiT>ouncpg that dinner its la&e 1961 Ffeber' Bad,' CtxftBszrit Ca2d Bfi&i ar eaapcti- the two brothers have benefit
j Jacksonville was released from with failure to have her vehicle Clay Putnam Semin Die V lion vea 1 fest &.*ct ads d *15 cadi for aM bat eat eI fa *** ted by around $6,009 in cashawards
The program was arranged wifl be served on the Kirkkai ef S&fea
bs* lows
the i i The ogee ear ma fey and scholarships
hospital Monday Dr Pete under control. Union and Volusia __j ** m tJ from
Counties. by Dr. L. H. |
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Jennings. grounds Sunday, Aug. 20. .. .4!. -J ... the QaQd contests.




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I;. \GETWO : BRADFORD ;TELEGRAPH.,STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, A VO. 10 1961
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r Bill, Patty. and Linda Ro: Mrs tA. Russell Norman Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mr. I sugar. As per case No. 8263. noon at twelve o'clock noon on ,
: Seven Jaycees One 194) Mercury 4-door, 1961 said day, at the South Door *f
s ier spent Sunday to Wednes 1 1lay sited her sister. Mrs. D. N. and Mrs. Don Patray and' license0.. 45-2059,. I l>. Xo. the Court House in Bradford
d 'in :Jacksonville, with their 1 Denmark*. Sr.-- 'hi Jacksonville family spent several days thIs 9CM256676. County Florida, I will offer for I
Attend Caucus One Gasoline Water Pump sale and sell to the highest bid- Jf
. incle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dn Monday week in Cocoa with Mr. and. make Clinton. 2(, h. p. Serial der for cash in hand, the above J

., :,. H. Dittmar., Mr. and Mrs: Claude Crown i' Mrs. Alta Ashurst. N o. :TSino C Model No. 'I described property of said defendant -
.190. 2100Three to satisfy said exe- Jj
. .i Mr. and Mrs. J. R., Hixon .,sq' have; 'as visitors this week Mr.' andMrs.t .!oy Layfield j I rn1 r n, qpecflQ 100 pound gas cylinders.TJiree cution. j

' .' .' were in Savannah. Ga.: ovei 4 Jr.:and,Mrs. W. W SfHers of a ut r; Nancy olHarfx Lake '-lb. cans of FI.J'hplapn's P. D. Reddish
GLADYS. MOOTY. PHONE,964-0851 t[he weekendtvlslting? *ilr.Mrs. J il\d rKngtoh; '-- Mrsgghia5wprley r H ai yeast 710. Ibs. -sugar. ; As' S erKf. Bradford county D. S. ,'
I ..e.. ; .j. i. ; ; N. p./'anqf: 41g Seven. Starke Ja bst Pr-caEeNo., 826* By: Jean Wainwrlght t
-.- ., Frank H $ Wheefer'of !rki: 'tsittrJo (SEAL) -V S16 4t -3l
I : .: -- 5f Aikfn, S. C.rsCrpwsdn : 1'eeaItiid. mt rt t 2 Charles A. Darby J
0 Mrs. Rosalie;Crutchfleld of Mr. and Mrs. 'E. 3X Matthews Randy Stefaflelli of Gainer f- :, entered: Brad-. Mr. nd$1ij'Whis W'ciisi { atn4'oWs- Clerk:Circuit court,. f I .

: .. Augustine, is.' y1W1g! MJ i ndj daughbr Bet 1. tLe d 1 vUle was visjtjng 1fs. gr-d- ford C4sHtyjspita4.pn Monday t .'. : ZierJi1s a4k Jl cusa.plaasiiotj liiC'Lort- Bradford c' County. Florida 8-10 2t H* I I ''.

ughter, Mrs. M. A. Payne, 'a District Three Press Association -J parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry for surgery had JTjesday visitors Mrs. ing Summer Conference to beheld ,t I

: ::'. J family for a few days. i meeting in Palatka last. :Stefanelli last wee Mr- and Mrs: Joto. Miller' of .lrinc: uryja ind Mrs. Mar- August 18-20 in Cocoa t SmaU Claim Cftirt. Dmdfartf,' LAPPE I,, i

S :lisa Cindy Smith of Dublin, Saturday., A, highlight of the Mr. and .\ R'lchard Ray Daytona Beach spent the gie Brabham of Gainesville.Miss Beach. -",Ceiiy- ; ..Florl.0.. I
S-4TJ i ir
: .i. will arrive Friday to visit meeting was a 'barbecue'supper ;and sons of Atlanta, Gao wer? weekend here with their parents f Della Rosenberg attended "X"highlight of the .fifgr-- Local Finance Company. IDC- I :

, I ,3 Dee Walters" for several al TbFRodeheavef"Boys Ranch 'visiting Mr.-and'jir.'J.--So Sapp Mr. I d !ff : :"t Matthews fni""boarar eUng" ence will be a complete tour |HIS tirke North, Florida/Walnut plaintiff vs.ran1 Pastry Shop j L r !\

'I' '., ys. ; llrs. F. W. Strickland and and' family from Saturday. toWednesday. and. :Mr. and.'Mrs. S.- M.: the retirement home of the of the missile installation at GOodwlne and I/nnle Mae00dwine. ,

ilr. and Mrs.-Leon. Pond anj children were visiting Mr. andMrs. 1 4r.. "- "- ''I BPW Club in Kissimmee on Cape. Canaveral,14''Several.i:- 0 Starke" Florida.. Route. 2. Box 35-J

., ::dren, .who- were ]enrout<* J. G. Moyer at.Lake Johnson Mr. and Mrs.' T. F. Hutto Mr. and Mrs." "Gilbert Brown. Saturday. She was accompanied urns on. community development NOTICE. *SHERIFFS' SALE 114 N. Walmit St. I Executive.... .. Chair. .

m Cocoa to} their home hj last Sunday; and family and, Mrv and 'If and son, Billy, are vacationing;: by, Mi23. Madge" Middleton.. a current Starke Jaycee P.'Xotjce D.',Refldjsh.in herebv-Sheriff given of that BradfordCounty I-, r r > -

: ''th, Haven,'Conn., were stop; Mrs. Edward Ritch and' children -A. T..Gene" of Jacksonville- were this week atFpntana Village Mrs. Mae Jones and Mrs. project', *m' also lakje place. ; Florida. under and NOW OPEN : D,4&I

:r ':-T' visitors of Mr. and Mrs of Jacksonville are' visiting visiting Mrs. L. S. Hutto and N.. Q. an<| GaVldnburg, Tenn. p. L. Patton of Jacksonville '.Those attending the psstrict heretofore i hy'rh1' of issued a-writ out of Execution of' SmallCJa'ms I

'. J. Powell ,and :?.Mrs. ,J. F Mrs. Riley VVasdin this family over the weekend. Mr. and Mit:/herbert Green were. v&iliag., :'', -... 'W.:. E. MidV. 2 Caucus'were. Jerome' Johns,!I Court frpdford Cminty, 'ffl rr )oq Wi''" Y. r.JgJpl 1, See if Try, Jt

: :Ids on Tuesday, week.Floyd. I Mrs. W. H. Edwards and Mrs. and qhUdren were visiting dleton. on Wednesday. district''president; Bob Wil-:t I I l in levied the'above)Jon styled tjif following'au?e. .I have property -, J ((4h evgry a1))
:
: --irs, W.G. Haile who is conned Boone and son, Ben, R. W. Mfacon. of Jacksonville. relatives in Goldsboro, N. C. Frankie: Hardy is- 'v1s1tinrhis'cou.sin.Carl'Motes Hams; district: secretary: Abe '! .to-wit' : jm4e of highest quality'. ,r AT TIfE!
One 1959 Pontiac four
of Jackson Tenn will his were Wednesday visitors of Mr. arid N. C. last week. 1n (1) .
I in Bradford County Hos- join Newton' ; Pa- Abercr inble; Marion Harrington door sedan baked. products.SPECIALIZING. !
: ,al, had as Sunday visitors, family here at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.. They* were accompanied by latka this week. BUT CogdOl, Buddy. Elliot i[ Title Certificate No. 5334959. '
Boone's Mr;and Mrs Mrs-:J. W. Nowicki of Jacksonville Mrs.' H. Fields who Mrs. John Christiansen is inPlanr Enginecb. pm!5 U5 Bradford f CountyTELEGRAPH
:. and Mrs. L- G.. Knight and parents, J. was and'Carl Lamar Johns.Four I Tae No. 10-46004 I
'ughter Jane of Charlotte! O. \V. White Sr., this weekend. was visiting her sister,,.visiting Mr. and Mrs. George. ; P ity. (bis week visiting A* Hip pronertr of the above I! in Birthday and Wed

.c. Mrs. Boone and childreU f hay Mrs. W, H. Edwards, Jr., aj; Eqyell' 'liC eit n: Mr..and Mrs. L. E. Mosley. Most !! the l1'1tnf'd 4 dav defendant of Sept.. 1961 and betweenthe that on I I ding Cakes, made to or- .

been visiting her parent the< Kingsley Lake. on Wednesday,. 'itr i: aiid L'1alpb Mrs. W.;,H. Hart. and:Mrs.J qponA&idet legal hours of sale, namely der. ."' e '
: Mrs. Don is confined ii eleven o'clock in the forenoon f
Page
adford County Hospital foservation f I past mo tl1. The oones "il Pfc. Tominy Groye and .Pfc. 'nq A\1\ 1.'tttY.of :" .9.1 C. Manning visited Mrs. W. ,CausesTodJ3yFHEr an<| f fro' o'clock I in the- after I I t ____ \
return to their home A. of. Jackson C in St. nt's 1- .
: :"' and treatment. the q1Je Joseph pay Fort j m. Manning Vin, } : -, '
of next week. S. C. spent the weekend r:' tt n'ft wi Cn", : Hospital on Sunday.Jenifer .
I Dr. James Chace of'Tuscon : ..
Torode is her with Mr., and Mrs Q..Ai Gay -1t' ; is her
Sally visiting 14i' .. : Haas visiting The Florida Highway Patrol
i nz.. and Richard '
a: Orlando were Tuesday Chace.ysu-. ,Jn uncle ,and:aunt,- Dr.. and Mrs. -Mr. and Mrs,": George' Hen-. \ 1Unt l et44&z1ft3' grandparents, Mri and':,Mrs.H. listed four, o| the most common 1 i
Frank KUgp", Inweek. a l j dershoft'aud ofYorksviile0hio H.:'joiner 'in".Winter' Gar ij
: s of their aunt, Mrs. Etta -. lr. J daughter\ l t'ult I causes" :Qt accidents, today: and e

I loover.Mr. .' ; we.re"unday. t..! 6'. i ... ,.. : '.om den for several,d n. said that 'either or all might
Miss Mary' Ka thee Wain- visitors.. of Mr.! 'and.. ., Mrs.Erroi on ll& .a Q1 g yf6' I ,S-Sgt." and-\Mrs,T, p. n-rd- easily be. averted by sensible le

: ''ent and the Mrs. George Mille wYTght has'as housegueat, .: Alvarez.Mr. ..' l' .c, 'k'la''.;it; hi t :, t' r \.'(., lug, ,J. and family left Wedrtesday driving 'II' 20 Woids or less, one tim .85 Memorials, Resolutions .-_ .-_ 5c per wordIf

0 weekend- with .Ir- Miss Allison Casey of Tampa. t\ an' ts.' ,. n?* for. : Fbrt. Mead. Md. 1 Following too closely not in ..._ .
: nd Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and and Mrs. Robert Tilley -4" >."'Y" ,.. f.- -, speeding paid ad\uCf 1.80 (Cards of Thanks up to 50 words 2JSO

.':mily in Tampa. They were Miss i Wainwright'and Mis? Barbara and'chlldrerl.l. Qf veerv1le. .'e) aftef three' weeks vacation ; failure* io .yjelj right of-I Keyed or Blind Ads ---____ 1.00 Over 50 words __ __ '- .-..n_ 5c per word

: :oined Monday evening by, their, Bates will be hostesses' a\| Tenn. were guests last Thursday Jl'ii'jU Remh r# HI Is : with their parents, Mr. 'and. way and improber* !Burning'werelistedKas IEt cfr additional wwd over Z9 05 Display ads Im fed.. --- 1.50, per Inch
a house'party this Saturday and Friday! of' Mr. and 6..1Ii'.i.i.1 6" Mrs. J., T. Lawson and 'Mt.rs. the chief reasons for, ,
I 'I m, Air Cadet 'Jack Miller of!, and Sunday at Kingsley 'Lake c Ii1 : rrJ m 1 De61J and Harding Sr., accidents which I. -
in millions FOR SALE
Mrs. Bill Tilley and Mr. andMrs. result Electric Stee] HASTINGS MATTRESS
a "tb i
Tarlingen AFB, who isnroute KINGSELY LAKE HOUSE for
Texas, tiJ4
for' 15' Kappa Delta PSU sorority 'Mg"ri m' "Mr: and Mrs., W. Gibsonand4dauhte' of'-dofia'rs Guitar and .amolifier. Very
: worth of
: (' to Bermuda. :tbie8laUertn Starke \ r .. .dam-. rent tis week or month. 3 bed' &' UPHOLSTERS WORKS
aisters.Freddie and Mr. and' MrsDon Ray ,..: nfiriih\, ., .; t Martha/ ages! not' to 'mention the loss rood condition' $60. Can be room electric kitchen. dock
.
'
'
: Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Judd, Thomson and John I II < t' seen at BuUinston's Studio. 710 Lemon St. PalatkaFurniture .
Tilley' at the State Farm. wee k' Ooldsboro, N. C. were overnight of: life''and Tbrib.: and picnic shelter. Phone 533-
a and daughter, Ellen, of Home-, R itch' of Monticelio were overnight : guests: Monday Mr. Although'the 5- tfchl1 2541 or 964-6461. tlbhgC Repaired, Up

: stead, are visiting .Mr. Judd's guests, Saturday' of'.Mr. Mr.- and Mrs. Stanley,Cos- : es&ettdtieethi and Mrs. Orie Wiggins. : stantly ron' the patrol alert to con-stop FOWElectric Water 4-- ., .bolstered & RefinishedIfRESSES

mother, Mrs. Freeman Johns, and Mrs. F. F. Stump. by'bm and'S? C son.',recently Bobtyr.'of; 'returned Coluni- *. ? Mrs. Byron Newcomb of :such Violations, C&mtlr. H.' N. Good Heater condition 30 sal. table'too$30. Can model.be KKVSTONE HEICHTS REBUILT I

: and family for a few d ys.I Mrs. A. W. Chapman and I Tiome/ : after awe t's vacation ,i,l" If tt k-w<'rat'l"'w M. Waycross; Ga. ',t is" spending Kirkman iaid'they arethe* 'mot s eii at 321 W. Madison across AT CHOICE LAKH LOCATION GfeXElATw V 'tyew Innersprings ,
H '
: daughters of Columbus, Ga. hW'Y' .rf' De several weeks*with Mri a,: S. frequently 'disobeyed laws. and. from Winn-Dixie.. Phone'964j161. !
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and BQ
on Lake Butler near Winter ,3ff $ Springs
; '1' 1 r.B tfchs Hones
I are spending three weeks wIth Htffranct.. ,, Nefwcomb/ reguI t1ons offouf'state.: Vader CoBitrartloa.
: 7 -. Garden. ?4r. Crosby's parents 14 ;'' 11io 4p .' } Theressa P t" t, ... .-1, .' ." One 3-BR. : Ba'h. One 3-BR. 1 Drpp I U. A Card or Call
ki
Fellx Sullivan of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'EJ : / 'Th above mentioned viola- flaiL Near 'ebeAai-s.bepiig
E. Tanner.C. Rev. 'and Mrs. CA.. .1. and Mrs. Qeog H ll- was gored in 'the leg hi a1 cow tions may 'iibt' seem importantto. LIVE IN Area. -S PALATKA EA 5-9166
: .
Crosby ot Linden visited their r. ." 'tM" Ii'tJ TARKB 964-5'3.
'
:: FI orida J. Harris of Jacksonville, son and his family during that: gifts and (1-tftdren 'R aY'tS1ln .Monday morning' while loading -, motorists"; butS tiey a- the BEAUTIFULKeyitone CHARLES WAILEMisBtlLOER' : MRS.. PpGQV:'SMALLER' ,
V
d1aMf 1uaffi : OWNER
former Starke resident. Is cOnfined time. Mr. Crosby formerly of: the some gat'tl? into a truck most commonly ignored'regu- J Ph. 4193 Box 450Ke .- Starke, Agent
Baptist Memorial Hos ; State 4-H Camptthis ifeek.at Mr. Sullivan is confined. lations of safety wh1 drivers Heights ,Xone, Heickti I
tal f internal Brooker; is now an attorneyin tending the 26th annual Citrus Bradford County Hospital I seldom 4tp 810R COST OF LIVING. WORRIES
with
injuries and pay. attention to until
pia ,Columbia. -- -- i You add $10 to $50 week
on 4ke QeneyaA cap a
crushed vertebrae. He fell Institute. where his condition is satis; .after, the wreck-if '
I 15
they are
'o: the
'and1: Gerald r : .. ...,- .- .- tamUv'lncome selling.
; Mr Mrs. Gay ;
,
e from a ladder !last ,week. Mrs. Claude. Crowson underwent factory.Mrs. ;,alive/ Si\\<' Kirkman. : Most Unusual FOR RENT-3> bedroom near vour home. Avon terri-
house.
meatred few ile working on' his job. and'sons' Dr'Mtaml. "recentlyspen S r1'!'t radf rd Ernestine Hooks and L Stat 'trpopera are on the Modern conveniences.: Good -orv now available. Write

Mrs. Harry and \ aweek, at Whije Feat e{ County Hospital Thursday. daughter Kathlene of Gainesville lookout for guch violators and HOME :oeation. $45 Der mo:. Phone Mrs.. Mable Gore. P. O. Box
Mooty 1617 University Station.
Gerry Beth, are visiting Court in "KTeystohe' Heights. Mr. and Mrs": J, C.:: Martin ;spent the -weekend-the t the patrol. says t4ey'iU be Now Under'Construction 9642465. V e, tfChs. f'"vU1p.. 2trh Gain-! 8-3

: SAT AUG. 12 Mr. and
Double born Mr. and \ 'G.'A. G yin Sunday, guetts ,of. Mi t; .. Ifee., on, death and.< injury. This home will appeal to I FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR SALE
: Feature Prpgrani and family in1 Lake Starke. > FI tJ the HOUSE FOR SALE Ready mix concrete, concrete
Worth, this week. Jessl Voung. ThgJ; visits ..Mrs, M. L. Lawson' and' :-.. discriminating buyer.I Six apartments, 2J J ropms.. 5 Il ck. cones, fence'posts sand,
Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. 'Mr, 'and lt frs. W. L. Hancock Mr. and MrS T. she'p ThomasIn : children spent Sunday'-': JCOIIat,,...,e'.' u. Ia ADd Be the early looker and bathsi;'Two blacks {ron f.O. tement, mortar' mix. rock steel
Harris. and three children of HoumalLa. l jjjz i L J .1i uer ; the 'f\ Tuesday. with! Mr. and Mrs. -For"Bratll ril Cou.tr, J ora. lucky buyer.Charles 210' N. 'CJ er." See 'owner. : .vster shell limerock, and roof
*
Jr.j and daughter, Carole of r fitY: Btti.tt-or: -
) ; ate visiting Mr ._ Gertrude noon. .p/vJ4' Lawson Jn Auburndale."Sirs. Kay. deceased. lot B. 'Mc. Wallenius J< R. Bullington. tfchgWE : ravel. Phone 984.-252J. tfchg
Silver
Spring, Md. are spendingtwo Hoffmeistejr for two weeks. Miss Margaret puncanleave .:!] Alice'Anderson'f has NOTICE TO CREDITORS Owner-Builder I Bradford Engineering Co.
weeks with his All creditors HAVE loan
sisters Mrs of the estate of a new
orogramlor
Mrs; Hoffmeister also had asguests1 ; !IdaZ for: ,R ocklah been .addedt t Jo "the clerical l John B. 'McKay, :
H. L. Speer, Mrs.: G. J. 11cG1"ifftrs. deceased are Keystone Heights 4192 farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 PK\'TP FLORIST
.. Lex Green, and families I. this wtek, Mri: JorinMa Mass wjierfr she jrtll ea chiith staif! "at the 's" ate Pjrison,' replacihg -, inv-anjr"herebynotlfjed bWims and-or required- demands to years for the entire cred.it requirements 119 THOMPSON ST.

and his his and two children of l r .t; $'elenientary'sc.hoqMr. 1. Mrs. Alice Conners, which they may have against LEARN TO : of the'farmer and I l'11OE' 644155NIGII'I'
mother Mrs.. Y. A. Defray Beach and Mrs. W. i. who said estate in--the office of the FLY Contact his family. Gainesville Mt-3891
: 'a c1 |rs. | C.. R 1 :Y resigned. Lacy Production or 969-1022
Harris county Judge of Conway phone -
Bradford
Sr.; Coun 9b4-405l.
\ %.f4ag 4 F: Vickers' and hidr. They Yisited\ Mr. and Mrs.' ,BID Attending, the' Lawson family ty Florida, in the courthouseat .1 tfchg 1! Credit Association.; 620() DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
Mr : Alva' Smith of all* had 'a family" reunion""at 1 'Dansb i in. Jacksonvillf! ) reunion in* Au ia1e."o'n Stark, ""Florida within eight *- jNorth Main, Gainesville. Ha. I We Wire Flowers Anywhere
vlle ) calendar months from the:date acc'ident I .
was visiting"Mrs. In tfchg tfchg
Gainl'S'// Gold Head Branch for four Sunday. Sunday were th H. A:'Law- of the fIrst publication of this case.sv'ou can save -

E ohns on Saturday. days over the-weekend.. Harold 'Davis is visiting- sons, the: EwelLEawsoris, :J..,T. must notice.be Each in writing claim or and demand-mu at see both YOur tUneand'Chiropractor money if first.YOU I COLONIAL FLORIST 1\flTU THE TRIP

\ I- relatives in Charleston. S.; C. Lawsons, M. Lawsons, Nell I IiaiicI4 state the place or residence and Workmens Cornpensitlpn cases Only'F: T: n.'Florlist in'Starke Mpfcije! Homes Always
a V this' week. Ct. Uiards-.:'_ nd'LfMA'Thnm"L_ poeroffice[address of the-- I i. b; 4.4 below market and clean.
---- ant and 'tw ,
W'
--7 must- --> sworn'tn-P ---- hv-. mA t.n1"' ,Al. ".1.......4 for all ,
Mr.and Mrs. Ji D. tne claimant, his 1- ------ -- IbUlbUV*I ers occasions locally.
Doyle agent or his I .
:
Clinic. LAKE GENEYATU4WER
&tfortt>v or-'it will Beeome'void Boll1ner "rbO 964- PhQne 9S4-6291. 506 East .
S .. : I were va tionhig;at Jekyl. Island -, al. $2 ty : PARK
.it''It4'. *' according to. law. $ Walnut Starke. Nona St. .tfchg
L.'CUI WYNI Galast weefc. .' p July"1 31, *96t..' .:___: V V 2t.nV 1 ;i. SE of :Keystone I1t.
I
titi'e; __
(SKAana C Drew
11_ ; : I Paul Smith,of China Grove, ac : O End Administratrix of the Estate of sALi1A4 1YTLP 4 FOR RENT-Furnished. apart-: oh Route 100

.. MICI. .m._ : N. C. was the hoipe. guest.tast Witk 'fdJ\ij John 8./"Yc-'Kay;' dec and." One<; oi. Florida's leading ments. Reasonable rates: Near I "
IAnnMcs4atu .. First publication August 10,
to Tuesday W.?riday of Mr. and UtI. combinatiori tire Insurance. shopping center. Phone 969. BABYSITTER AND HOUSE-
: m .xns.IM 1V : \j Mrs. L Q-' Pi4. |Q anct"Miss 'Summer activilieV 'of the '. ,1. 8-10 .4t 8-31 Comoanies has'an ooenink. 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry KEEPER for working mother-
: _
S : : : {91 "a man living in Starke I St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg 8 hours a day. Sat. and Sun
A O\oU i count ncnck !I CASH: $ LJPERETTE Margaret Duncan.w Smokey Bear-t dtng1l'cli16 I* The Covnty Jvrfft'a Court .Fhp desire off. Must furnish references
: .. ............* .... *-Ot 'BrMlfftrr an income of $100
J, ,, I ,Mrf, Elmer. Jones has. re- wllr: c1frnaed'at' lO a. m. In' BetEstat Cfchrtrt r't>e' Jacob3.Fluid. a. wefeKT If YOU are married El SURE to see WORLD and'' health card. Phone 964-
: 2nd. FeatureThekidwas'aWt&l' turaeq' to her" nome In i Lps ida1 ?; it; with a'free Loanbouts Decease4 high school graduate ani"be BCOK 'before buying any encyclopedia. 1663. tfchz

I II 671: W. Madison Phone 964-9231 Angeles,"Ca1 f. r'a .bnt1i'svlsit'1wltli" mov1: P rt: a ''t1i e 'F! ridi T- NOTIB TO CREDITORS with tween the age of 25 and 45 M. A. Payne, your
a I '' Allpersons having1 claims,or good character. vou local WANTED RIDERS to Cecil
S 'I : ... Ii 'I/JL ijt' /I "parent Mi' Th tre'IOn air children"wh6. demands against the. estate of should rreolr-to P. O. Box 372. representative since 1956. Field .5' days week. Leave

0 :i t- :,:1 Wt Give Family Stamps and Mrs.- A.- L. Crosby:Sc'and .fblned'the i d1fig: lub' are Jacob'hereby 1; Leanhoutsdeceased.,notified and required. Jjake--City. pia or call ohone 'Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchrFOR Starke 7 a. m. arrive Cecil

fc'K 11f. After theini! certificateseSenteai to.file 'their claims in the office 752-2991. Lake City for in- Field 7:30.: Leave Cecil Field
f SALE
butth'o'udn'than! I: __ S Mr. an4 Mrs. L. 1. Dayreti1rneiast" *Iflbe : 'r to "thosemembfcrs fonjf 6f' the qouzty.Florld'Connty'Jn
his scuila Best Quality Merchandise Lowest Prices!. week from 81 '*whof completed rthe County court House at Starke, 'CURB GIRL WANTED: kitchen [REAL] hot.& cold 6 D. m. tfchz
,, : Florida 'within 'eight: calendar Tuck's: Drive-In. water. Will sleen
-- weeks vacation 1 In Xsh'evilft' required number-?of'books. Ably in oerson. 8. Salt
I months from the date of the Springs. Fla &
'
--- Good fishing
I--: ------I. ,,IS Ia FLA. 11& DV : N. C. Th& ,Smokef*Beaf Reading first publlcatln of tills notice.or ltchg 8W1mminA'. Ph. 964-3965.: '

I Mr.< and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Club is Jointly sponsored* T# the same will become void 4tDd D 8-10 SalesParts
; according aw. This
August. MOTHERS: do
I th FRYERS lb. .- .. C spent 'Sunday with their the Starkt Community Library *.. 1*81. money ttf keeD you children need extra hi -
S 29 children 1n: Jacksonville. '- First Publication August 10, I L -
school
? l.II : 1rIr: and the Flor<Forest'Servtef. mi or.college? Pleasant I
t W7 tp"I\: Mr.. and; Mrs.J.. R: Kellyand tQ, ""encourage: young rs) Cornelia Leanhouts. Mitchell ,, profitable. Dart time emDloy- Lumber Sale
S f i Aa.Admlnistratrir. of. the Estate ment will do it. Write Avon Service
: ,,MEATY son. Boger; attended the Peopli'.t9.read/'ixx>ks about of Jacob- J. Leanhouts." .4ecead.TroU Msr. Mrs. Mabel Gore P. O. r.,.
geto: family, reunion .q.f Hart WU411fjdona Uondr. t. '1Mdt Box 3817
I Unitersttv Station. COLUMBIA SAW co.
S ..: __ 3 Ibs. Springs on Sunday. t.b t\1m er'months. Attorney.Statke, Flortds.for'Administratrix: Gainesville. Give direction to Wrecking at

.NECK BONES 49c Mr.: and Hts.'charlas... ., Hardy 1 ingTh? mo ie;.3Xas: JJooley? d. '1.10'ft B-U our 4 home. and' phone- number.' Lake City, Fla.

: .1 __ and 'ZflY 4 +"j Si kend .m :be :shtnm ireahx Tthe oT1'Jjf-: OP ELECTION : --2-t 8 17 Camp BJanding9eautiful t
wItI I, 'Wlllfain MAN OR'WOMAN. !I
4b 4tSank FJorJda Theatre courtesy I of T. Jarkron.: Mayorof Pleasant
'. TABLE ," ereScen the cltr of Starke, ,Florida, prolitable route. FAJUIEquipment
'i work.
at Ii by,WWte manager. A free bv virtue pt the Full '
( I 1 1 d authority vest. cart time. Laree' 2i4's 2 6'a -
M,.'Grjnefrof! Lake pokewJU be served to. ed lit'md by Ian5 do hereby calla repeat orl I For

POTATOES !10 Lbs. 29 Butter, Wjis fjsiQnff'Mrs P. D. m .attending. each FJre* Election Station.; fc In'be the belfl aforesaid at the I Full Earn or$2.50 Dart*per time.hour Age or no V,bar- 2s8's 2xl2's up to 22 *: Plowing -

: a SIII'OJIU PIIOIIIJCTQI.a tuUMlIA : : Fanhe/| t t. tohj:wee.\'r -All members 'of, the club Tnesday town by' $Qualified iEewbtr Voters. oaf',! rier.2768.Write McNESS CO.. Box feet long. INDUSTRIAL floating
DeSoto St tlon.
a .-1--- (; M rPjpgfgr teisey 'or Jack- who "able. to i 1561' for the of'electinc Mem- ,
.are:: "attend the purpose phls 2. Term. 2tp 8-17 i: Evdpment For
the: Erery Job
: Cartoon: SMOKED I sonvUte' wa j. wlee&enii guest party are asked to be. .at. the I .)tA'fOR"ForTwo fA11bwig." offlrera Tears. I f SELLINGCHEAP
I of ilrs.: F BlfaV. Starke SALESMAN WANTED'O.ne I geijor Tractor
: Zlr I Conjnjunity! Library at GROUP 4 One Alderman.. I Co.
Goodie The Gremlin : : ar4 Mrs": ?: for two Tears. Florida's leading ,!
Mr : J \ Mullins 9:30':: a. m. : com : I
--E--
'GROUP .S One Alderman. bination Life Insurance Com : PIIOXE EV $-'17!
SAUSAGE
.J 330. ,, of C1thUiOd.. are Quests'1 6arriet Gopdnjan, Mart for'' two, years. '- I pany's has an ooeninz for a U3 W. Dearer JuksoariU
Ch1efotPb11ce.
of Mfc" ah1MrW.'F. Glenn Ann LQn etty r'Lpq Wain for two jrean. man livin in Starke who desires -
SUN.. aiON. & TUES. ,0 ) thls.u II. : CIty Clerk, Treasurer. Tax

: AUG.-13, 14, & 15 CHUCK :- .. 4 -...- Bill, Barbara,, and- Stevenof wjighjL and p1ca1. revat Asaessor t\ro' yeare.---------'&Tax Collector- for.\ week.an If vou income are married of $100.high Der PHONE 9 !-4001 ,: STEED MOTOROLA Dlarer PORTABLE
are assisting Mnj, p. Scog- with stand and
II i 'f For four Year Te For school graduate. and between 40
Bradenton are. spendingtwo gins, assistant"librarian "in Elective City Officers'And The the age of 25'and 45 with good S151.95 long Dlav records /or only
'weeks with their father Adoption: Of This''Act:' -; JACKSONBuilding only $10.00down at
'ltrunS o" .1 - supervising. the-party. I character you should reolr to
\ 1" II' .- - Araiast Four Year Tenpg For DahU\er's TV & oliance
MG.M : LOV,, <*.*; .. Fred Glenn, and Mrs. Glenn ? ETecttvfc 'Of tyOf fleers And The P. O. BOX 372. Lake cer.ter, 112 East Call
St.
presents ,1.:1" a, .! Kfngsley Lake. Adoption of this :Art '"-I Florida:or call rihone -cttv't e. -
anAVDNprodlfCtiOCl THE Inspectors For, Said Election:I Lake. City for 111t mew. 1 --4tchg 8-24
tJnj .ESlrSL1 .BJ .' r._ I II. IF I Ifr Mr. 'and Mr&: John D. Anderson T for .the Mrs. Marearet Bfankenship', Rtot 8-94 Supply '
I' .4.t ,t .u. '-of Cocoa'.spent the 1 war you Write Ce&e in"and R. C. "PjseTVee".Dampier: ,_ DOCKS. _ROOF FOR
: Itdtt Qtr favori ESTER- Mrs. Ej-nestlne Denmark. FREE RENT to l h.d\ orcoule.See'Stella Starke WORK -
; weekend with Mrs. A. W. An j .A1beW'Pniter' *- GENERAL REPAIRS
IIOliNE : - 1 BROOK: FounIiln I'eIL Charje., ManU' Rhoden -
derson. Their son,.John TELE- 441 'CALL-
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; returned lI'r1r J, Ev, Hardy miles out of Starke on . JIMMY RICn
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.1111 aM i spending: a week: with Donnig ; { Mr B. Qw n Vaughn batb unfurnfg ed'hou.se. ConvenientlY "tark 4t'hr- 1-4
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.m ( ,J aWL : Tc Th C.tiz : TTIHlard IVOltam FOR SALE 25 Bantam located. Contact
\ Marshall Ray of Jacks ;- i ft_' .. :! Mrs.. ; 1!. 'DC 'Thomas (Alternate chickens. 35c each. 35 larinar 'V Gur S Andrews. phone 964-6811. 2 FOR bath R.ENT-.N1ce bedroom. i
JIM fIWPMIN'HU : ) downstairs *
BRO .I I. yifle is visiting his cousbC of Starke. : !i Tn t "< nonT whereof; I hereunto hens. 75c each. While they 2tch 8-10 Newly decorated. Attractively.Darfr 1
N'. ; j. *'ibaerbe and 1t.. W, B DevineFla t.awt I
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Stephen TAKE See
several JI1 ane the,jseal of the said 1t UP oaraenU on beau- Mrs. J. W. Kin- ;
ClnemaScope MetroCctar ,- &. .K I rji. *' < > ft w I mlrf. town tiful-21 CaM 409 N. Walnut .
-1\ wefks.Mf. l' CItY ... ; to te hereunto atflred this the C. A. TY'set. .-, St..tfehe
,! aut r fOf, ;,3th: '4v nf At;en-t. AJ P, 191.f Dahmers TV" Appliance V V
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I ard: and son-- 'Ray) ;: ...... I AttH-t: 'e house. *3$ mo. On Raiford tiful iy Admiral portable TV
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'Cartoon: What's SweepinWED. N. JT were vlsiflng Uf""alid .';:ana.118.- .. .AI.thl.... t'I xriiii .,..- Jackson. Mayor road M- Willie Mae JolinS. WILL; KEEP CHiIDREN.urea set Daimler's TV & Aroliance .

.. ; A LbeI MerrUT-'Edwlfds-Crr- .Ph.'964-8794. Up V sonable for mothers who work. Center. lirEast Call 8t. .
l Mrs. Merrill Edwards last. c914gtc: ya .S ,-11 St. t.S i '
f : & THURS. Thursday.Mrs._ .',-- : ; I ;. -.1I .1 !I r. -' Ph.. .. 984-0863.' .-, 2tD. -S17 < I tehQ'FORSALEKINGSLEYLAKE,
XOtTCBThe t
:. 16&17.Twine H. 11and .I..&.Vb1t.. but It Is.. Board of County Com-? FOR RENT Nice 3-bedroom. :,, FOR SALE An ideal 5-room
** ,iselnnenfRrthfnrd$ Coenty.'Mi44j brick cottage corner Call & I 1 n1Z1Ied. North Carolina :
daughter: Janeihand: Vicki aot a 'p 1'. ob:7: .. 'wmnto. the highest Ora ze. StL 'Also furnished mountain home: with lawn 6 room house central beat. .\
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& Shine Strath,-Eljlnft ftridtiand, and : -.1De&j4.. .dflr attttQ.., cl'k?. oVil1Tt1..du' bed cotta' Clark St. I flowers: etc- -Sox 861. Starke.' caroort & utility room deco
1Li1 I Dtf'ft1tt.p. S .A P.11
II U-64Qt orEOR 9IHn.. tt-o'' well Bath house and
3ijlli8 5fejby were enreniightuestf Ijj : ;P .t I Ia '* th. fnUnwtnc described at ', Itehc DampL ,
dock. 12 x 20 workshoo. Terms. I
"andMrs. .t Ihe 'ounty 3U ;
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Sunday oj Mr.. : : HEOT 2-bedroom house
PrE" ctndenevAu MAMA PRIEST thNpR- Ph Qfi4-43U! or Ht
Starring Doris Day, Jack I Ilot Q1- 15'mnitlnti tfth 964-1241. > j
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-.J. M. Vkkejs to Bnw- t. pft'TStSft.Xo.' : aUJ1''I' be 6V mi. north pi Starke on GARTEN now taking' -
Eemnton, and: Ernie Ko I! Pic. 3a. .Jane remained 1 with J. L. PAM.V f' J'nk omly. Hivay 16.;-J.:W'Gaskins, Rt tions. can 864-9374. Registra reserva FOR SALE. Purebred male
'4'11Ir. l crt ao1m" ft.' cylln- 2.-J3ox. 93., SJarke. ph. 964- Sl cat. 10 mo. old. $30
j foe pk vWt.Nancyj tion, and ooen house Aug.
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Sleuth And Sharcn S&i "" ,' "",.' Th"1tE1t mt :thsr '-14
'Cartoon: Room & Bored Rowe are in.De14 this Tee (- II""" Els--iuL.' srper cu4jft K3NGSLEY LAKE HOUSE for '.-- FOR SALE One Dortable
aunt =?.' 1. t''%. -. rent. Suitable for "round FOR, AiLWRIDAgoStrawberry
I yisJUng tfancyX -Mrs. J' 000.nr 1'w.*. 1.C1 Tear electric fan 24 in. Suitable
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a. i- rt .re Peanut Boiling Miss Cynthia Cox, Virginia Raysor, himself while"- performing his Germany. graduate of BHS.

duties normally assigned a j A security guard ln, the battalion -
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.Y Enjoyed By Pine Bride-Elect i Teacher '
Departing ; THE RIGHT POINT for the
T petty officer of more rank and:! i Mosley entered the
t+ Level Youth GroupThe Honored At Tea Is Honored experience. Griffis is a Storekeeper -II j Army in July 1959 completed way you write. Come in and
w i 3rd class and has beenin i basic'training at Fort Jackson select your favorite ESTER-

,r J : young people of PineLevel Miss, Cynthia Coxpf Live Miss Virginia, Raysor who the Navy for five years. Heenlisted'shortly i S. C.:, and' arrived overseas.in ,BROOK Fountain. Pen.. TELE-
o' GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 9610651B .. 'Missionary Baptist Oak, bride-elect. was_ the ,in- has been teaching i At'BHS the : after his graduation March 1960. He is a 1959 GRAPH.
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,. .!t Church, under the supervision j roiration, for 'a lovely tea!past"three-- years and .is!: now i I. ..

Sunbeam. BandCelebrates Barbara Masters of their director, Mrs. Austin 'j:, Wednesday aftemoorf'of last, High leaving,School.this to teach coming at Santa, year Fe ;I; Pfc Marvin-'Mosley.ta- son of!, Your Gasoline Purchase is

Is HonoredOn Fender l enjoyed a peanut.boiling j week given by her aunt.1, Mrs iY I was .honored'at .a Coca-Cola : Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mosley of i! -

5th Year 13th at the home of Mr. and I r.noSilco. at, her home I party :last Friday. morning, i Route 2, Starke is a memberof I
BirthdayMiss II
Mrs. J. C- Sapp on Crosby i on Clark Street ..-.- given by :Mrs. Jimmy Rowe at ; the 42nd Artillery's 5th ii I I

--The Sunbeam Band a group Barbara Masters was I L J Lake last Thursday night. l j. Pink and white'hydrangeaswere I her home ,on Lake' Butler. i Missile Battalion which recently -I .
ol children in the 4 to 8 used road. i participated in a three- I
years in decorating points i I
honored on1 her 13th birthday Games were_ enjoyed by the 63 i day field training exercise m
Age group sponsored by the anniversary Sunday,when her 6L of interest in the'party.rooms 'The approximately 20 guests
First Baptist WMU. celebrated cousin, Miss Matilda Comb young people attending. j for the occasion The tea who called between 'the appointed -]' j II
its 75th anniversary.. last week '' i Chaperoning the party were table overlaid with
of Lake City gave a birthday I was a pink hours 10:30: to 11:30.) D I
with several activities. dinner party for her., Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fender,|' linen cloth and' centered with I I were greeted at' the, door by EBK'FL

*Pn Sunday the group was The dining table was.cov-1!I Mr.and :Mrs. Fate Brown, Mr. a' beautiful fan-shaped i arrangement -1 Mrs. Rowe and Miss Raysor. STARKE :. I'
given special recognition during and Mrs. Marcus Conner, Mr. of I I
the
ered with a lace cloth and was pink pompoms They were Invited into
,the morning worship service and Mrs. Lucian Conner, Mr. and
pink gladioli refreshments
centered with an arrangementof Crystal trays Florida room for '
seasonal flowers. Barbara's O'Brien-Green and Mrs. Earl Goodman, Mrs. held dainty cakes, sandwiches served from an at SUN.-MON.-TUES., i IF OUR ATTENDANT FAILS TO: !
birthday party attended Alvin Parr Mrs. Joel Jackson nuts, and mints: '
father and step-mother presented .Engagement ToldMr. The two tractively'appointed table AUG. 13.14.15
by..53 children, was held in her with a dinner ring Mrs. Virgil Pipps, A. B. punch bowls at separate tables which was covered with a Dondi Clean Your Windshield!

the recreation hall Tuesday.A on the occasion and she received .. and Mrs. William 0'- Whitehead Mrs. Bennefield, were surrounded with green- white cutwork cloth. The table Starring: David 'Janssen.PLUS I Sweep Out Your Car!
Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez, e ,
large birthday cake decor- 'many'other'lovely gifts Brien of Somerset, Mass 'announce ery interspersed; 'with pink was centered with a large silver :: i
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ftjed'in, Sunbeam colors of from the 35 guests. the engagement and :Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Thorn- hydrangea florets.' I punch bowl filled with I
white' and gold] held 75 candles approaching marriage of their tont, Miss Gayle ..Reddish, and Mrs. James' Lewis 'greeted green ice cubes and Coca- Atlantis TIle Exclusive In StarkeMARINE .
; The children were tolda. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sapp. guests' at the door' and .
Colas.A
Mrs. Elmer Jones daughter Geraldine. to Edward presented Lost ContinentStarring
Bible, story and a mission I The peanuts were donatedby them to the .receiving
N. Green, son of Mr. beautiful arrangement of Anthony Hall. GAS
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Mr. and Mrs. A. B. White-
story, followed by games and!'1 I Is HonoredAt and Mrs. William R. Green l1 -composed of Miss Cox. her pink gladioli graced the buffetin [ Plus Cartoon'VED.THURS. f
head for this occasion- .
cake refreshments of ice cream and Coke PartyMrs. of Starke. mother,'Yrs.Ralph H.' Cox, the dining: rom and_lavender For Motors, Lawn Mowers, etc. This ,
The wedding will, be ,an and Mrs: Silcox-: Miss Brenda asters in lovely arrangements ., i
'*An outing at Gold HeadBranch .Janine GayCelebrates Lewis, a -cousin and Miss Gas Is Recommended By Leading Manufacturers
AUG. -
Albert Lee Crosby Jr. event of late summer. stood at points of Interest 16-17
State, Park' on Friday entertained at a delightful Mr. Green Is stationed at Priscilla Cox, sister of the in the living_room. When The I For Better Care Of Your
completed the celebration.1 I II I honoree kept the bride's book. : .Motors
Wednesday Newport R. I. Mrs. Rowe presented Miss
Coca-Cola party
I The 44 children attending I morning of last week for her 7th Year siding at the punch bowls Raysor with a personal giftas .1 Clock Strikes j jI
toured the ravine and were Misses Betty Lou Wainwright 'l 1l James Brown.
wentj sister-in-law Mrs. Elmer i a memento of the occasion. Starring:
'wading in the lake. I Jones, of Los Angeles, Calif. Baptist WMU Janine Gay celebrated her I' Flora Slade, Barbara Assisting in serving, and -PLUS- I August Special; ;

luncheon served by the WMU, Arrangements of mixed Holds ProgramOn seventh birthday anniversary Blankenship' and Sue Morris. and caring,for the, guests were, In The Wake Of A ,
some of the children took part summer flowers were used to Saturday afternoon, July 29'1,I[ They were assisted by Misses Mrs. Rowe's mother, Mrs..
In a skit, "The Good Samaritan advantage in decorating the StewardshipA when her grandmother Mrs. : Vickie Struth'and Phyllis Dar- Eoline Smith, and Mrs. Frank StrangerStarring 1 Spann-American (f

," sang songs and played living room. The refreshmenttable W. J. Epperson, gave a party| by. Also assisting with the Mitchell. : Tony Wright. 14 ft. FiberglassWith $ ,
games. Fourteen adults including in the dining room was Church night of Steward- for her. Twelve little girls : guests were Mrs. T. H. Slade, Plus Cartoon $995"
Rev. and Mrs. Leo: covered with a lace cloth and ship was presented at the from Starke and Keystone Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. I: ", New 3.5 h.p.. '
Hebert accompanied the i was centered with pink and First Baptist Church by the Heights were on hand to help J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. Char- 1 FRI..SAT., AUG. 1849 Merc-Electric ,
W. M. U.. and ,its auxiliaries les Darby, Mrs: .' "Doctor Blood's
group. white' carnations in a low her' celebrate the occasion. S. G Den- : Starter \ Reg. List $1345.00
The week's activities were Wednesday evening of last mark, Mrs.'
bowl. Miss Kate Struth assist- The girls were taken to the George Roberts, :Cofin"Starring I
the responsibility Mrs. ed Mrs.'Crosby'' in serving. week with Mrs. J, A. Griffin, matinee and returned to the Sr., Mrs. Roberts, Jr. and Mrs. !I i JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
Maxie Carter ST., Mrs. Don Fifteen neighborhood guests president, presiding.The Epperson home for games and D. 1,. Silcox. SERVICE MEN : Hazel Court. 1I I 1,
Patray, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, called between the appointed program was under the 'refreshments. Becky 'and Beth The honoree was presented< -PLUS- SPORTS and' Phone 964.4571
Miss Janet Hardy and Mrs. hours 10:30: to 11:30: o'- direction of Mrs. H. L. Speer Jackson won prizes for the with a set of Thermal glasses- All Hands On Deck
C. G. Priest. program chairman, and :Mrs. games. from her hostess 'as a memento -,
clock. Starring: Buddy Hackett. W. Madison STARKE TIRE SALES
Eva Anderson, stewardship I. The refreshment table was of the occasion. Plus Cartoon

Stork Shower Monica Jo Rowe chairman. The devotional,attractive with a birthday I Approximately 100 guests -
stewardship message was called between the appointed
party cloth and centered witha t
t *Given Honoring Given Party brought by'Mrs. L. A. H bert.1. doll cake.. The youngsterswore hours, four,to five-thirty. .5' I .
The SUnbeam band, under! ate c T. ; I II
hats while eating 1. j
Mrs.. Bill Chambers On 4th BirthdayMrs. the direction of Mrs. Clyde i refreshments.paper CYU Rally .

Priest gave verses from' the j .Assisting Mrs. Epperson were \ Starke'sNewest
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*Mrs. Bill Chambers was Jimmy Rowe gave a Held '
Bible followed by: a song. TheY ,i Mrs. R. L. Richard Mrs. SundayThe I
honored wIth a stork shower spend-the-day< party Tuesdayfor Robert I
A/s, led by Mrs. George Anderson, and Sally
last Saturday evening given her daughter Monica Jo Barksdale and Mrs. Carey n Ann Epperson. district Christian Youth
by'.Mrs. Frank Norman, Mrs. on her fourth birthday anni- .Fitzgerald gave their watch- Fellowship held a rally Sun- I r

Lainar Reddish. Mrs. Russell versary. word, Y: A. songs and '..ques: White day from 2:30: to 7:30: o'clockat ,
,, edding, and Mrs. Harvey The-six little guests enjoyed tions and answers about Bible Family the,,Edwin Williams placeon
McCarthy at,the ,home of the hot dogs in the yard for verses. They also reported on Holds Reunion Kingsley Lake; with 50
latter on State Road 16. lunch and ice cream and cake .'the Y. A. camp they attended.The Last members attending.The 1ry StQre!

.Several. appropriate games later hi the afternoon. Y. W. A.'s with Mrs. S. Sunday rally was conducted by
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were played during the even- L. Peek. Jr., counselor, explained The Olin'White Miss Barbara'' Blankenship, .
I ing1 and prizes were won by ShortCarrollEngagement how the cooperative family had a president, who was assistedby o.1E'I."t
reunion
family Sunday on the
I Mrs.,R. L. Morgan and Mrs. dollar was used.The' sponsors: Mrs. Margaret
I
I lawn
of
ToldMr. the Olin White ,
Jr.
I )lorris Carter. Miss Judy Mor-. W. M. presented the home. Blankenship. Edwin Williams,
I the door prize. Rev. and ,Mrs. Bob Badgett,
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fanwon I "Wait A Minute. directed -
and Mrs. James A. play Enjoying the affair with Mr.
*The hostesses presented the I by Mrs. A. Russell and Mr and .Mrs. Dan) Harley, C.'
Short of Williamsport Md.. Mrs.Vhite., senior and
,honored with a bassinet as a I W. Colsonand. Miss, Elaine
announce the engagement of Norman. Those taking,*part Junior were Mrs. B. F. Boone Donald R.. Grills son of
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memento of the occasion. Colson. u > I\*?"* *: '
t their daughter; Alice Elretta were: :Mrs. Jim Chas- and children 'of Jackson, Tenn., Water sing i .Mjs. R.;A.,,Grjffis.of i&wtey: ,
Vtyj. to Charles William Carroll, i. teen, Mrs. Peek, Jr., Bobby Brock and Mr. and Mrs. games group received a letter of commend-
Recent BirthMr. son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mrs. Arlen McKnight, Mrs. Charles Fields and sons of ing and devotional. ? service ation from his .commanding
held
'-I" Carroll formerly of Starke. Norman Mrs. Lois Butterick Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. were officer in a recent, special

and Mrs. Doris Cole Jr. The wedding will take place :Mrs. Carol Kuchel Mrs. W. Charles savage and daughtersand FlliST'PRESBYTERIAN, ceremony aboard the US3.
of Starke announce the birth, in the near future. The bride S. Haas and Sandra. Mrs. Glen Moore of Starke. CHURCH. Jason.

of,a daughter, Sherry Ann, on and groom will reside in Hia- Ruby Johns Mrs. L. H. Jen- Barry, ft. YanDeventer, C 'pt. S.- M. Simny; USN;
Auf. 4 at Doctor's Hospital. leah. nings and son, Harlan, and Harriet LoudonIs Minister commended Griffis' for "high'
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Ernest Phillips. Closing ", t ,
I Mrs.
qualities of leadership" and ,
390 N. Cherry) St.
: r prayer given by Mrs. J. HostessAt of duty
was for "overall: devotion
....Thursday Choir Practice. I J
., MEN WANTED A. Griffin. Slumber I Party 8 p. m. ,,- and willingness'to accept responslbUity" -
his 13
Sunday School, during
Sunday
;-To fill jobs paying up to $10,000 or more 'per year :Recent Births ,Harriet Loudon was hos 9:45: a."m. ,Morning, Worship, months board the ship.
I .in the fields of Communications, Radar, Missiles, i iI j tess at a 'slumber party last 11 8.. m. It was further noted that Jicj
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I Automation, TV and Industrial Electronics. Indus- I I Bradford County Hospital announces Friday evening.A Griffis had distinguished ,

tries are constantly demanding trained men. i the following births: hot dog supper was en- a .il1i ,I

You do not need a high school education and can I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Johnson, Joyed around the fireplace .

train, while working. :. Starke, a son, Leslie Jordan grill in the yard after which HOMES :

Free placement service for graduates.For :: Jr., Aug. 2. games were played. Enjoyingthe I .
1; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beasley, party with Harriet were :
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free Information write to: i i Starke, a son, John Richard. Lee Darby Cindy Sink, Jayne I! By LaRue Corporation ( ,
: ATEANTA SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS, INC.. ::Aug. 5. HardY,- Betsy Matthews, and 'ef

'j52,Fonythe St., S. W. Atlanta 3, ,GeorgiaN I I Mr. and }{rs. Max Furlong, .Gerry Beth Mooty.Geraldine ( :! THE 'STORE

CIE---- AGE. __ 1 1 Starke, a daughter, Debra Kay, : I II ,
--------------- i Aug. 8. Gay r.
I i i iOakhi ii
Mrs. Lloyd Peterson, Surprised With
ADDRES--.-.L...,_.._.._____ EDUCATION..., Mr. and 8. I
Starke a daughter, Aug. I .
Birthday :
PartyMiss '
Donald L. Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. ; W1

CITY _------ STATE.,..--- ; .- j i I Starke, a son, Aug. 9. Geraldine Gay who was I I, :: : FOR:

.i 16 years old on Tuesday was I Ii
I pleasantly surprised at a swimand II i
slumber party given'In her i I

honor Tuesday evening. Helping -
;, f celebrate the occasion were i 1

: HOW TO BE HAPPY I Patty Kay Lyons,. Carol Searing -I i I '

.. I Sally Epperson,Henree Lou i i ERYONE' !

I Dennis, Sally Hardin, Jackie! "The !
'" .. ; I"J. Bales V'I 1
,: .. I Harriet Goodman and i
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:' "': : ., ': i Bobbi Fay Smith. 2!, > .
I Do want to know how to be a happy The I .-
you girls went swimming at !
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':: car buyer Figures recently-released by the i the pool at Sleepy Hollow Motel YOU NEED IS A DEED'. I {

"' Better Business, Bureau show that buyers the early part of the eveningand I J .
t : ',4 "' of new and .used cars 'made the greatest I then returned to the homeof : Paid Up Insurance Mortgage 'Life Insurance I .

'.. ;'t';,: number of consumer complaints. (! I Patty Kay Lyons for refreshments -I,I ; '' ', ,:<'
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and spend the night. .
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c -..... People who suffered through high pressure : r',. i HO MONEY DOWN! 'We're'whistfing' Dixie* were practically burin g' ourButtonv?! '
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( :: selling, mousetrap gimmicks and other -. I Ladies Council 'cause 'next weeks the 'week! After all. these weeks,:.we're complete!*
"come on" devices have plenty of reason to I I Ii ,. .*
complain.I .. Meets Thursday changed over and rarin' to go with our GRAND OPENING! / I
1 $5"leI5. i .R t
4'; +k i. na 1I 1I' ,
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g Members of the Ladies '
a. PRICES
and FAIR PRACTICE are ; : Ii
;t...j; ,'-. ..; >'T thrown around in advertising like a football I Council of the First: ,Christian t. i Ererythin9s'HEW.! We're bulging,. with all brand-new merchandise, for
Church'met hi the sanctuary ,
: : Jf.# 'e. at fall practice. If you*do bite, chances are fi"r i i last Thursday_ night at 7:30 For Finished Cypress Ridge ; .. every member of the family and Jhe"home, ooUt's!' all FIRST- QUALITY

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get bitten back. I
you ,
"' } I o'clock for the regular business I
i y I and program meeting. Circle i I :.c, tt.- not a second or irregular anywhere be found! You won't believeit
You can be sure of fair, dignified attention i 3 was in charge of the All Models Custom Built On Your Lot i iI
pro-
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until the low for such fine shoes
,, at TERWILLEGAR MOTORS. No .y I gram. you see prices quality ready-to-wear ,

V, Mickey Mouse\ at TERWILLEGAR MO\ -, t- : Mrs. W. Li Andrews con-I I ,See Our Display At : home furnishings and dry goods. *

; TORS. No high pressure selling. Just a forth ; : :. ducted the devotional; and <. *- :- :
right: policy HONEST DEALS and GOOD Mrs. Rose Bell Trnnlinson. assistant -i i ;' ". "

.,If SERVICE are our customer's best bargains.TERfflLLEGAR *' program chairman discussed -I f 400' W. MADISON, STAND Make plans to attend Carp's. GRAND'.OPENING SALE next. week.. .
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'. 'ti.;,1-, All Others. Others taking "ASk"US ABOUT i, be 'prepared for ,huge, sayings on timely new fall and back-to-schoo)

'' :oJ t, I part Howard on the and program Mrs. Moitt were Mrs. OUR NEW 12 YEAR FINANCING wear. we know it will be,a,hum-dinger{ Don't;) missSEE' if! .

l MOTORS I' Circle meetings will be held PROGRAM
on August 17 as follows: No.
I, .' I 1 at the Williams cottage on NEXT WEEK'S NEWSPAPER

i Your Kingsley Lake with,Mrs. Ella ,
Authorized FORD .
FALCON. ; .: CORPORAI1ON '
--'- Mae., Chastain as hostess; No. .Ji Jlki\ :

.: THUNDERBIRD' Dealer for Bradford: County, .Sh&mbarger 2 at 8 p. m.; No.with 3 Mrs.at 7:30 Ruth p. IEH DEALER PHONE 964-8641 : iFOR: GRAND OPENING!( : ..

m. with Mrs. Moitt and Mrs.

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e r :: ; : : F- rm.er's.Di my* Mrs. kyle of Laurel' Schmehs Bay S.and C.are .4children ];I Fires,Pistol. In, Sunday School and Worship, ,,,CHRISTIAN,Cart. Clarke..,,CHURCH I.MinisterI.. -
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those things on my place. j*am; : C. Stephens of Camp Bland- Saturday .
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A Lesson Two t tThere's Cuba with he .U. S. Navy. 7:30 p. ..muppof:
From: Mules I ing is a member of the Florida -
: Eleanor of
not much future In Miss. Johnson National*Guard pistol team .
.1'I mowing the grass these days.; Jacksonville spent ;last :creek't participating k in the 1961_ Na- !i ?
THerf's still an important! lesson ,tp toward a common goal, or whether theyare You may get by with one mowinga -! i withA her. granj-- ,rents. Mr. : tionaf Rule snit,Pistol Matches j $ t ..

be l learned, In' the old fable about the content to, drift along, letting a : week,but two will be bet-i! :and Mrs: Doss .Higginbotham, now being conducted at Camp j

two mules. and share the ter. It there. Is lot of rain. I :!and'daUghters.. !
larger larger of consumer :Perry*Ohio- !
.. r And .if you let it get ahead of:, D ivid'and Patty 'Parrish F eOIVAlf: ENIRPmSE!
Th :'sttiblioh brutes, as you doubtless -, dollar 'go to out of town concerns. Thtsievent. known as "the'f
) you, like Sam does you spend accompanied Mr. and Mrs., C.. : ,
remember! were about to"starve todeath Attendance at the' supper Friday night '"wo r14 _sei .'fJ pcompetitive
\ R..N.olaIand, toJackson-
son
the rest of the' summer trying! : '
.W1thw'easy': reach of two luscious shgain,; and:brings; together''
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This tobaccogrowers ville..Saturday night. .
F ia the year the to' catch- P'1 : "
stacks of,new mown' hfly.: hit the jackpotTalk! ;" .. I Joey Nolan"accompaniedr. : '7,00, 21d 'of thecQintry's. k ) -put-i \ Principle Which' Made Our
Sf t en.-\repre-i
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I The' mason for their plight? It ed: ''to one*leaf' farmer who"-got l If you've got some cows; you I and Mrs. C. B. Nolan'and. sentfeg .
statet and Great!
seems .they were tied together and 63. cents a pound for good tobacco might sort of*keep aIr eye :one\ sons to 'Gainesville Monday: '.1)) g4of.tbgmil every !:!tary evel'll: country
couldn't 'decide whiph' pile of hay to and.averaged 54 cent:: them;: There hay been' some I J. C:- Nolan; gnu,soar !e1i-,: numerous;.police erJtc' .and

t start oft first One pulled one'way and for a poorer grade. He was well (rustling'of : cattle'lately, asi; toyed: ,the races atv Speed! f ,fpai'y hopt: jg;* groups ; mm' m THINK OF OAS
j the other another and they were getting pleased, for one of his plantings there always is when'the price Part in Jacksonville, -(14sf; t "( : .

nowhere fast. + of 2.96 'acres produced. 5,876Bounds : si good: ... Saturday night. t :1xEcO 'tAk ,IIOLINESSCHURCli Think
or'right at a ton<< to the IBest ,
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Filially,_ the. two mules, completely acre. And that's a lot of tobacco '-> SLADE' GAS
hot-weather
7 1 I exhausted from their! frustrated efforts to get from an acre! heard lately was the story one aboutan I've THE: RIGHT POINT for the* )i Sunday! School, 10 a. '''m.;, of

sat down to think it over. SUddeii-; old farmer who was trud- Kay you write., Come in and Morning. Worship 11 a. m.- ,

R \ lily they realized what g'reat'things': Big new, though, was the ,ging along the road headed'for !select your favorite ESTER-: Evangelistic services, 7:30 p.

t might, ,be. accomplished-' pulHng-to- .growerwho, is reported to.have town when an air-conditioned :BROOK, Fountain Per: .TELE-1 riu. Your Business; is; App red ;! eItWe .
"Come, let, us reason, to-
t } gether instead1 of 'palling in. Opposite, received 80 cents a pound at!Cadillac pulled Jo.a stop-beside GRAPH. Ib i gether." .
directions. In' ane found spirit'of cooperation the High Springs market We him. The 'old farmer was glad ; '--- -- .. .. ._,.." .h ,
1 tried to get more details, but to g tout of the sun. and -
they moveoVto -
of
one pile hay
I .the. man wished his name withheld climbed inside.-After. a few;minutes -
and quickly] devoured it. Then still pulling ; '
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: the Cadillac driver asked
; I together, they reached the second cIt the farmer where he was going. WINKLER ELECTRIC
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pile of hay; arid com 1eted i their ob"je"J-, looks,'now that Billy :Matthews The old fellow said he had

tive, which:would: have' be 'ii*'impossible' biU) for changing'the started to town to see what the ,
s
t, as long as'they pulled opposite dir c- i laws' on the lease, of tobacco tobacco market was doing, but

tions. '' ,.allotments will be. passed. It .since it1 had turned'off so cold 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-1081

This simple story might be appliedto -was reported favorably out of he guessed he' might as well
I committee, and that, was the big, go back home and start killing
any community project' :with the 1 I hurdle. The" bill I ," -among? otherthings hogs. 21 Years- Youreryant--- Hotpoint Dealer
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same results. There is no limit to what ,[ permits r the transfer of ,.

Ii a community can accomplish by pulling _r. u, ".A. L1Jt":: '-: ranallQtment, to another farm rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvviix- r
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together. That has, been demonstrated It has passedthe :
J ,, tell within, the county.?
will significant story. If at- w

. time and again in the past. a very House and now goes to the ; V'flLE
A new tend nce is large, it will be'a good'omenfor' Senate.
opportunity to. accomplish(
I.' the future of Starke as a trading' .
something by cooperative effort is' being -' center. If little or no interest is,shown, Cattleman J. B: White ran in- By Mrs. C. B. Nolan1AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA_

presented to, Qur businessmen Iiowby it will indicate-continued decline: to trouble while baling hay last
a special committee of the Retail "
'j Not all. of the blame for the pre- week and as'a, result had about I ,
Merchants Association. This.committee Mr. and Mrs; ,HarVeyOid-
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; 1,000 bales lying out in the field
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of should
weeks' '' # valence of shopping out; town ; ''denS'' and family of Lakeland h ,
was named several ago tnd !given nvp.ne-ht.{ Needless'' to say; he
tAer)obi. + o coming up> with a'program1 be ,placed on the co stuper.., Merchantsmust waS worried about: rain but be spent from Tuesday "untilPVlday I l -r

: take a long, ]hard, soul-searching'' "...:S lUCKY and got the crop in of lasr-weet with"Mr.Glddens -
tendency look at themselves, '''their' stores, and broth'er-ln-law':
? 1l all right.
; their' buMness practices. Many of them .>. ..* sister, Mr. Arid' hrs.. .' IX;. 'B.
, tion, of. their dollar "
shopping out of
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town will find tHe picture' goad: But others The ,sstrawberry runner>.crop Griffis.-
It is estimatecHhat
at' least $5-
: will find (if honest' with themselves) looks-pretty good,' according to. "Mr. arid'Mrs: Bflddt'Bra1-.
000000'goes; out of the'county every much to be desired. As one successfullocal two of out. largest producers. shaw' Patty kand"c David" p rnsn. fr

year that rightfully should be spent business man, who has not been They plan to-'seroat plants between arid'Bf uV" Bobby No-,
with home town merchants. S pt.15--and Oct. 1. Ian enjoyed a,trip,into, Jack
,troubled with loss of trade- to of
out_ .'r .<* sonville Sunday night!
Th programs iriapped by the spe- town firms recently remarked: "If you I F
; to meet Billy Nolan and Howari
If happen up
cial committee will- be .presented to give the people what: they want, ai the with -you a ,wik; animal out in the Durrance' were among 'those

businessmen at a merchants' farail/ right price? you'll get the business." country that', !* acting-strange .enjoying,,the, stock car .races

night get-together .,.to be held at the r Here's' hoping that the; committee watch' out for, it; for it may be at. Speedway1: Park. Saturday .

American Legion'H'aU this Friday that -fias worked hard' in recent weeks rabid;.Two cases- ofrabidcoona,night ,

night. Local merchants and their families on' this problem will at" least be ac- have been found over near Ala-' .Misses Sharon., and .$aren ?. 4

are invited to, enjoy (without cost) cordejd' the courtesy of having a majority .chug recently: and the disease., Grillls: Susie.Harris; )and,Shirley -
a smoked mullet provided by 'may have spread to this area. Hlgginbcithani}) gave. partyat
supper of business firms
represented aif f .' ... the Qriff.ls. ,g\t fage!.on
the committee in -
cooperation with the the supper Friday night, n you doubt;, State Forester. C. H. (Hux. ) ..Ktngsleuj Lake'o July 27.

Chamber; of'Qpmmerce. the value of cooperative? effort, take Coulter t reports that the average AbouV 3!,: young people enjoyed'swlmming..ahddeliclou&.re- i'.r 1

f Thir: will'b e'a real test of whether another look at the picfureof the two; I I 'survival'' rater for pine seed- ., ,

localbusinessmen want to pulltbgether\ hungry mules and: be convinced.; i liHg ts.15'petent: He_ said: freshments.' ,
I"Considering.the fact that pine MrS; Horence Parrish, is
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It seedlings rar)? watered enjoying. a tot' of ,fishing at BELOW OFFER GOOD; BfffiL AUGUST: 31 1961. UMU

I ) fertilized,, staked or. otherwise her ca.IWon. >Lake. Lochloosa ,
3 ri4e : t iom 4 Air6ad < : :.i-,::: i't _:pampered; ad"many' -t *other plants- '.I' 'We' .Jff e Kelley ONE COM PER' SM EACH: H.OTPOINY'APPLIANCr)
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; : 1ttize leave
r- ." 'are, ,, these- results art exceu-. 1 a4 ng
,> Violence and threats of more:Xi'o.lende ,miserable diet Of' murder, rape, dope *':*: *-' I here for several ..years. Mr.

l i e world< over should not be.) ak addiction, sadisni, and violence of every I See where one of the: first Mize is having:to go. on sea

l lowed! to blinfi us/tq-ihe gravity oi(; our description that ,is being fed into our, peanut boUings (or pinder bil-I duty with the .U. S, Na.vy'and
ing was: held in.thig area this Mrs. ,and ,
domestic ) 'Miss- the children
own purely problems in this homes through too medium of televi-
; week. While a boiling used to''I I will return to their home in
field. sion. The of TV that \
argument maguis '
tie common thirfg: around here; Texas.
JBT- Director. J. Edgar Hoover re-: they are giving the .American; people nowadays: you hear of> fewer I Mr. and,Mrs.,,C. B. Nola-i .

Port's that f 8 1 pus;'crime reached a new wh they want does not ihoIcF waiter're:? fewer! ; and we'suppose that I and soru.retrtaed'to{ Baldwin

al -tie higH J last year, with aw' astounding gard 1etems ss of what the socalled'ratii'sYs-, land the practice will die,' Monday night after enjoyingMr. $10.OO' BONUS ON ALL .HQTMT \

98 per cent increase over show., We believe, that a truly authentic like: many others.'. Nolan's vacation at their . ,
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1950. The,J population increase wa 'orily poll of';.America's-TV watcher' I' ,ham\here. __ ,, 1

18 per.'c nt. duHn1Ithe decade. would reveal:iliat they airsick, of)* and For. instance visiting ,around Mr-., and Mrs. D.,,J. Parrish COMBJN TIO REFRlGE.RAIOR.FREElE.RSl

'ThrouS1totlt- .19 O''' there' was a raurder -. bored to tears by this" constant, stream oil Sunday ,afternoons Time; and f&mttr.--a d' Mrs, Buddy .., f .. .
was when the front porch of, a Bradshaw and son enjoyed a ,
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e rery 58 minute's, forcible rape of demoralizing trash. They can argue, farm was a meeting place for, delightful trip to the Smokey .* All Porcelain. Interior. ;' : .
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every 34'mlmite ,and an aggravated too that constant of filmed : ,, ; j "
viewing? a family friends, and neighbors, Mountains last week, stppping \ ; \ ( V. .J .f
assault eygry four minutes. Crimes; garbage does not adversely affect the and folks had a good time pass- over at ,Cherokee. N. C. and \ ; .f v ".P-* Aluminum Freezer Liner !LtJ.v.w :Jr'h; tf. f: : '

against property also occurred much minds, and morals of our youth? but ing the time of day about crops,' Gatlinburg, Tenn. \ Food" ': : Comparjmeqts( .

more frequently: juvenile court dockets. indicate other- ent." I' Hundreds of people enjoyeda \ .

The juvenile crime problem continues weather, and other news of wonderful barbecue and
to Arrests of juveniles wise.It ''interest. Not today. Now peo- horseback riding at the Diamond -
grow i :
worse. is time for the decent people of
more titan' since 1950while' ple sit bug-eyed iii front of t I D :ranch: Sunday. Mr.
hdye' doubled\ ;
America to make their wishes known. f
TV sets- and woe onto' him i and Mrs. Sonny Griffin are !
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population $ aged ,
the o ypuths .
Even as we must be ready to protect who first opens hid big fat owners. ;- -, -- :
less
Iff( to 17 increaSed'by l than one-half; mouth.
Rev. Lester Taggart of the
I These alarming figures should lend ourselves from enemies abroad, we Black Pond Baptist Churchwas i,
must do a much more effective job of f.
weight to the Federal Communications chosen as the next pastor
Commission's current ,criticism of the dealing with \enemies' at home. Church
( Asked one of our local farmers '. of the MazviUe Baptist
if he had any hogs now'and I1 and will take over his official y I %rM
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he said, "I wouldn't have one i[ duties on Homecoming Day -


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of the toughest problems that 3. Ditch dirty thoughts fast, or

m and fathers have to handle, they'll ditch JYd; .. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS'.

stt.hej say, is that of giving their teenchildren 4i; Show-off driving is' juvenile.Don't Business__ Line Ball, Pens ;1
act *
sound advice without your age All Porcelain Interior -

soup'in i gNow like "Pareiits." 5. Be smart.; obye Yo 'lI give i aid-Refills. .... ., Swinging. Shelves, ,

thanks to Virginia Close, a ." orders yqurself.some day. Rollers On Every Refrigerator '

lively teen-ager of Dallas, Texas, the .. 6. Choose your friends care, ,
fully. You what ,FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING ,
problem may have been considerably are they are.

simplified, Here is her "Teen-Age Code 7. .Choose a date fit for a mate. each'

of Life:!''. pifeDare4 in ,language. that 8.. 'Don't 'go steady '.unlessyou're only 25c j

they 'Will'urld d: ready

hr S 1. D ri't let y'bttf pareiit'S' down. 9. gives,Go to' church a week.'regularly.: Give Him God: RErHlABlEVfftk' ; ,
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2. Stop and think before you 10.. Live carefully. The soul you t

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! } .-'. June bridal parties call for refreshments pleasuig-to theeyeas ---
jCmgs/ey: / Lake eqends- to the'palate. Delicate colors.in decorations fit the mood, as
i 'I fi,'\:- .* ., .y da dainty tea sandwiches and cookies.To'toast the happy couple, STAY CUOL
serve a refreshing punch made with,convenient and economical
: frozen Florida orange juice concentrate and gingerale.
); Buried Treasure : This punch is quick to make yet sacrifices nothing in looks or i AS .4 '
j' flavor. Served in a large handsome punch bowl it is decorative as i .
.3': well as practical Strawberries and orange..or'lime'slices can be I
floated for an extra festive touch. Keep the recipe handy for anniversary CUCUMBERSIDE ,
I Was Never Found and graduation parties; too because everybody likes I
; : orange juice:
........ r ,, '" muiT: i Ii44j' II I Florida Bridal' Party- Punch
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'..""'. I 4 cans ((6 ounces each) 1 quart chilled gingerale
Kingsley Lake;six miles east first formed and a singular from numerous springs on surrounding ''Florida frozen orange 2 Florida oranges thinly
I .. .of State,'is one of the natural : circumstance Is that Its roundness high lands, and it juice concentrate sliced
\ while the does not fluctuate more thana 5 cold water Strawberries optional
wonders. of Florida. Frequently, was preserved Ag, cups f .
someone Is heard to remark: : filling' process was going on., couple of feet in the driestor 1f 1 quart water:and ice cubes
'' ftllgfe not another lake like 1 When viewed from the air, its wettest time. A few small { Combine undiluted concentrate with the 5 cups cold water.in
I branches empty into It.. put punch bowl.. Add additional water( and ice cubes; stir until molted
it-sand perhaps they're right.j, glistening roundness caused pilots .
I' : Add ging'erafe.: Garnish \,quartered orange slices and straw-
World War H to they are hardly enough. to .. _
r Long a favorite spot for, .' durinj .,',\ ';" 'berries. Yield: 32cup ser'ir"" i
; ; Stfflrkeites seeking relief from nickname;. it "Silver. Dollar- I make up for evaporation.Kingsley .
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I ; the heat, the lake is now populated Lake.:" is the head water of Bridal PunchAIVAREZ'
I by summer land some Kingsley is near the summit: the North Prong. of Black Party

winter]< residents from Jack- of Trail Ridge-an elevation' pf. Creek

K Yile} ,.Gainesville, and other' laud that starts 'Insouth i There, Is a legend" .- .that the Z t.
tpyns in the area, as weU as Georgia and terminates In i lake was named for Kingsley, J c yl
I i ''l rke:;Vacationers come there !' Putnam County. This high an extensive planter of St. Peaceful, Scene! On Kingsley Lake I <
reiularly from Orlando, Fort]i ridge running like a backbone Johns County early in the last ,
jUu'dirdale. Tampa Atlanta: down the middle of. north century, because he chased by much over the matter,that at: tance. a great sea serpent and around 1909 by the late E. S. I!

"aid.other distant points. | Florida was the first part of I Indians; .swam, on horseback last he dreamed the treasure throwing a scare into the un- : Matthews, floated across the I -

A unique feature of the lakeJiJhat the peninsula to emerge from' across it-an unlikely feat. was buried on the- north side initiated.. ', Alligators. have been lake and used to build .a cottage .. (. "'!,,
roughly half of its the sea millions of years ago. Actually, it had not been named of Black Creek, near the lake. seen and killed in the lake 1 t on the west side. This'f I ."
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shore line is'privately owned, The top, of the ridge Is "a : as late as 1831. when Davis He dug giant doodle holes all but not- in recent year- |I : OfAlR':
structure is still in use, with ,
surrounded great divide." with Kingsleyon Thomas, a government surveyor over'the area but found noth- During the 1880's the north J > "
although it lies on :
all sides by lands of the Camp the eastern slope where 'sectlonized around it'' : for ing but sand. and west sides of Kingsley' the heart lumber showing. no 19.75 ....
The streams flow Into the Atlantic. he refers to It'only as "open The sa saucer-like'shape of the j signs of deterioration.At .
Blanding 'reserva tion. 'I I were populated by small home- -
Starke is the west of 'lake" which "seems to be lake and. Its sloping banks, .
eastern shoreline is under con on side steads. Orange groves andgrape 'r one time the lake area WITH BGvCO
trol of the State Armory Board : the ridge with drainage going I round." aided by circling wind cur-|I. 'vineyards were ;numer-j was so thickly settled that i VENTILATEDOFFICE
I to the Gulf. Many several Indian rents provide acoustical phe-
years ago |i I
On the
as an. )integral part of the res- ous. south side of the ; there were three postoffices-
One of the early canal surveys mounds could be seen on nomena which sometimes puz-
fi-yatlon.: I]I lake was an exceptionally fine'grove j jI | on. on the north one on the I
I I carried'through this sec- the west side of the lake, but zle newcomers. Noises can be .. f ,
Frontage on the "private" I I known. the Sun Dell i west, and one on the south- i pr: 9 ..nI
tion In 1909, found: that Kings- have since been flattened down heard from long distances, Place. After the Freeze" FURNITUREBra4fordCQtutty 1
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side of the lake demands a i, east sides. .
ley's surface Is 170 feet above until their identity is lost. carried on the. surface of the ', '
: of the' 1890's the
premium price, due to its scar- .' groves were After the freeze of the 90's.the II. .
sea level-ten feet higher than Some distance southeast of the water, but usually seem to 'I
abandoned and
city-some selling as high as.ijDO' finally .disappear early settlers nearly. all : :
'front foot'without im-. the courthouse grounds In lake there once stood a tall come from a direction other d. Lumber from some] left and the lake front becameused I I l\liN' CLOTHING f fI ;
a Starke-and: an engineer was I pine tree on.whlcn walt carved ,than their.t 'ue origin and are of the old buildings at Sun'' STORE
M'ein : ,the mostly for summer resort 1 I
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believed tixhave started in business I- lake could provide summit water -1 was buried there but 'I area used to vow that their
as:"a" sink hole, which for a lock canal. He measured -'I that before his capture he had hogs when called up to be .
Jnuat.1ayebeen]: of enormous the depth at many places buried his money near a fed were sometimes So con-j

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and '''erosion; depth of 92 feet.has been at one time could be seen. I
settfeq ,into It, leaving long found in places., but even this many excavations made by him.Long ago otters were plentiful -
lopes'nearly all around Is probably much short of the:,. eager treasure hunters. Robert along the lake.. and they

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*Methodist Church SEVENTH DAY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Excess Fees, Clerk Circuit Court 1,500.00 500.00 II l Total Estimated Receipts and Fees, Costs, Clerk Circuit Court 2,000.00, .2,500.00

,i' ADVENTIST CHURCH CHURCH I Excess Fees County Judge, 1.150.00' 500.00, Balances 134892.69 117,364.19 Fees, Costs, County Judge Oooo.QO. 9,000.00

i Schedule.for week of August, Sabbath School [Saturday], ThursdayChoir Practice, ; City of Starke, Donations to .,<*?. (Mileage Levied Last Year (.68. Estimated This Year 5.00). Constable 109.00., 100.00
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: 9:30: a.m. Morning Worshinp. ap.m.' Library *.7 2 000 760.00 Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund .Co viction.F County Prosecuting. .
.9:45 4 Sunday a. m.-Morning Church Worship School, 11 ajn. Located between Wilson Friday Deacon's Meeting I Grants. and Donations, Mosquito ?'*? Estimated Expenses: Last Year This Year Attorney 4.502.00 3,600.00

)1 a. m. Snack Supper for Road and Griffis ,Loop. E. 7:30 p. m.Sunday. .Control > 6,721.46 5,000.00. Salary of Road Foreman 4680.00 5,200.00 I Witness. Fees r Jury Fees r 1,000.00.: f; 1,680.00
;MYF 6:30: p., m. Youtn Meetings L. Marley, pastor. Phone 964- Sunday School Other Revenue Receipts ,,:130000 2,000.00 Mileage and Per Diem, Road Other' Court Cost and Fees- *: '. .",. >,200,00 1 2.00000
1'p.. m. Youth Choir rehearsal 1324. 9:45: a, m. Morning Worship Refund Advertising Delinquent Foreman 200.00Salaries Maintenance and Repairs, County .

7:30 n. m. SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF 11 a. m., followed by a Con Taxes .. ':. 500.00 of Road Maintenance Crew' 47,322.00 42900.00 Jail 500.(}()
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:Supper In Fellowship Hall 7 3 mi. S. oa SOL the'report' of the Building Total Estimated Receipts 167,135.57 165570.83: Repair, Upkeep Rental, Equipment 22000.00 15,000.00 Salary, of Sheriff 1.500.00 7,500.00

t !p. m. Ladles 1 Invited. Tickets Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. Council Session,and Trustees.AT Less. 5% $,856.7*. 8278.54 Gasoline, Fuel Oil and Lubricants 10,138.36 8000.00 Salaries, Deputies and Assistants 24014.00 25,014.00
:'1. m.; ,Assembly Worship with .{: _Other Road Supplies, 3,500.00 1,500.00 Expenses other than Salaries 17320.oo! U,820.00
the Lord's Supper 11 a. m.;
ti Tuesday rWSCS executive THE TABERNACLE 95% of, Estimated Receipts 158,778.79. 157,292.29 Timber and Other Bridge Material 7,857.04 5.QOO.OO. Investigations, > 1,000.00 1,250.00
Evening Assembly Worship '
;Iship committee Hall meeting 9:30: a. m.in.Fellow-WSCS 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. Prophetic messages from Balances to be Brought Forward: oJ.':'; Purchase of Right-of-Way, Pro- Equipment ,(Cars, radios, etc.) : 7,626.M 4,026.55 I

[business and program meeting Bible Classes, the Bible were delivered last Cash (Mosquito Control) 4,450.31. posed Roads 500.00 500.00 Payment of Outstanding Indebtedness -

10 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Sunday at the Gospel Taber- '. Expenses of Procuring RIght-of- 2500.00
Wednesday-Prayer service EVERGRbEN nacle.. Total'Estimated Receipts.and ;;: :>:
!and Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Visitors who viewed the 'Balances 163,229.10 157292.29 Beautification of Highways ,:750.00 Reserve for Contingencies: :.\.:, "'"j

Thursday Chancel Choir Sunday School 10 a. m famous painting during the (Millage Levied Last Year 8.24, Estimated This. Year 8.54)). Insurance 3,011.17 2,500.00 County 498.04 254,36
past week included :
:rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. 'persons General Fund Payment of Outstanding Indebtedness 4,689.95 2,289.95
Preaching, 11 a. m. Training! Sheriff ,-* .
from Pennsylvania Bartow,
; ". Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching. Keystone Heights, and Starke. Estimated Expenses: Last-Year This Year 5,000.00 15,000.00 <, :-
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Salaries County Commissioners 6000.00, 6,000.00 Storage Building at County Barn 500.00 Total Budget > e 82,248. 71,93-1.86

Wednesday 7:30 p. m The sponsor his Is busy rearranging Mileage, Per Diem, County ',; ', I Purchase of New Equipment 18,970.19 9,000.00 .. .....: _.. --
li ., Wednesday Bible study antiques as an "* .. '
Commissioners 500.00 1,000.00 Road Tax Due and Payable to
added Item of Interest to be
7:30 p. m. Jos. E. ,Norman Health Unit ; ','
!...A pastor. on 'public display later. Expenses County Commissioners 1,500.00 Municipalities 9,135.44 9,000.00 *. Last Year This Year
Salary, Clerk to Board 7500.00 7,500.00 Bridges and Roads Built 550.00 ... HIA
r LAUREL MISSIONARY t. Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. ,
Mileage, Per Diem Clerk and : -
BAPTIST CHURCH 154.02 -. ,
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Finance Officers 200.00 Total Appropriations'i 134,664.20 117,050.00 "
Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor Florida Statutes 1.33 mills *
Salary. Supervisor of Registration 900.00 900.00 Reserved for Contingencies ? on
School and Worship '
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: :Mileage Per Diem Supervisor ". ..... \ County 228.49 314.19Total $9,259,138.00Assessed -:-.: :
2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. Valuation, Less 5% 11,698.92Tax
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7:30: p. m. _,,W Administrative Fees Clerk Circuit Fine and Forfeiture Fund '. .
Florida Statutes 1.45'mills : "
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i Court 500.00 750.00 Estimated Receipts: Last Tear Tear 't.. '
II1IImU PEA HEILBRONN $9,988,250.00 :t :k..
N. Office of Tax Assessor 9,000.00 11,000.00. Taxes 3.00 Mills on assessed valuationof '. '.' ,
BAPTIST CHURCH Assessed Valuation, Less 5% 13,758.29
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Sunday School 10 a. m. Compensation, Purpose of Better 19,259,138.00 27,777.41 l ... _.
Y Morning: Worship 11 a. m. Equalization 2500.00 Racing Monies :10500.00 12,975.00,, _"" }.' o' ". -
Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- Office of Tax Collector 9000.00 11,000.00 Taxes 3.00 mills on Assessed ANALYSIS OF GENERAL FUND JULLAGEJlillage
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Reading ing Worship 8 p. m. Prayer Coroners Inquest and Fees 250.00 100.00 Valuation of $9,988,250.00 29,964.75 rla- Taxes Max/
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I ...1liWU l 11&. for theWhole Meeting Wednesdays ,:30'p.. Maintenance & Repairs; Courthouse 500.00 500.00 'faxes .26 mills on Assessed .
I m. Rev. L. A. McGee, pastor: Assessed tions Necessary Mileage
I Salary of Janitor 3,380.00 3,640.00 Valuation of $9,988,250.00 for Out- ,
: Mrs. Rex Brookins. .pianist: County Free Public Library 1.00 $10,208.84 $9488.84 1.00
Kffi SIZE PENI! Family Courthouse & Annex'Utilities and standing Indebtedness 2,596.95 ".
D. R. Redding choir director; { Total Additional -
..ma.r.1Q6 Lbft Fuel Expenses z. 3500.00 3250.00; Fines and Forfeitures 47,000.00 35,500.00
ke3 pM balaiKelpu-: Rex Brookins. Sunday School Millage Authorized 1.00
Maintenance & Repairs, County Other Revenue Receipts 1300.00 1,000.00 '
-C.fIJ' your tad togtftO Hews superintendent; W. H. Green I ;I Maximum. Allowed by Section 1.; "
Buildings 2,500.00 250.00:> !
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= Training director. 193.32 : 800
Elections and Registrations 2,250.00 3000.00 Total Estimated Receipts 86577.41 82036.70' ...

SIZE MX< I NOTICEThe Legal Advertising 'i.OOaoq' : '1,200.00 Less 5% 4,328.87 4,101.84 I', Maximum-Millage Permitted. .,...: 'S': : .. '

SUPPLY I Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Advertising, Delinquent Taxes 300.00 500.00 for Consolidated Fund ; 8.54
.. cIIcd.W.oI.Wccartridge: the Supplies Expenses, Insurance Commissioners Total Estimated Receipts and
bras will meet on September 5, 1961, at 10:00: A3L, for purpose .
: eeaYe 1Iac:6 f ..was... of hearing requests and complaints regarding the 1961-62 Only 750.00, 1,500.00 Balances' 82,248.54 77,934.86 ", \
.a writs.itft Budgets and from day today thereafter If it deems it necessary Supplies, Expanses' Insurance, County (Millage Levied Last Year 3.00 Estimated This Year 3.26)). This is a true and correct copy of the'B u dget as adoptedby <1
"w a t milU Officials 5,000.00 6,000.00 Fine and Forfeiture Fund the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on
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WISI. .I'M General Fund Discharge Fees of Prisoners 100.00. 50.00 Estimated Expenses: Last Year This Year I August 7, 1961. '

KING SlUI Estimated Receipts: Last Year. This Year Salaries Juvenile Judge and* :.,.-' Salary County Prosecuting Attorney I 81| CHARLES A. DARBY 81| CARL PREVATT

....lade. end ghee Taxes 8.24 Mills on assessed Counselor .1,300.00, 1 1,300.00 300.00 300.00' Clerk Circuit Court Chairman;

= ''valuation of 9259138.00 $ 76,295.30 Youth Counseling. Service and '

o tbe Grants and Donations-Library 7. ..79'i; i. Expenses. '500.00' 300.00
; 41st..All,.poaefI Railroad and Telegraph License 1.000.00', 500.00 Salary, Circuit Judges and .'. ,\ 'i '-' -

Racing :MonIes' 47,300.00Insurance 64,245.00" Secretaries: : ,/. ;1,288.08: ..... ''L210.08,.
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Agent's License 1000.00 500.00 Salary and Expenses; State ?' ,
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Mosquito Control State Boardof Attorney t 234.24. 417.96
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Health State 1 10,672.38 Salary, Assistant State Attorney-' "". ': 165.00

i Mosquito Control State Boardof S"N lary, Court_ Rep. rter. .fI 210.72 198.00
Health State H 2,520.64 Maintenance' Repairs, County i3Jail' .
150:00'F: & F FundLawAdniinistration
State Matching Funds-Hospital 2,500.00 2,665.00 4"--'I&'t
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Supplies
Taxes 6.54 mills on Assessed Valua- :
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er tion of $9,988,250.00 65,323.16 Expenses :
wsslpv Taxes2.00 mills on $9,988,250.00for Tubercular: : Hospital for..IndigentsInsanity 2,000.00 2250.00
.u etvH b lM-tf m eo:,91c6eraee OS|' Indebtedness 19,977.67 Inquiries .''150.00 750.00
_Winer IIi,v.s l'
Candidates Filing Fees 500.00, Relief Allowances and Juvenile **ff !'

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Occupational License 1,500.00 1,200.00 "Clothes '. :'6AOO.OO 5000.00'

Beverage License 1000.00 (400.00 Hospital Service for Indigents 8,720.00 8885.00 AUTO SALES

Excess Fees, Tax Assessor 1,750.00 500.00 Salary, County Service Officers 3000.00 '3,000.00

Excess Fees Tax .Collector 1,750.00 500.00 Salary and Expenses, Civil Defense -vVi-; .;r.; '

1 Director ,600.00 950.00 ..
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Equipment for Civil Defense 250.00 1,000.00Mosquito .
Control, State, County .:: REPRESENTS .
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and City' 20,264.79 7,000.00

; i i County Free Library 12,498.79 10,208.84 .J

is County'Agent's Salary and .
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County Expenses Agent's Mileage and Per Diem 4,500.00. .. 4,500.00 150.00 THE LARGEST AUTHORIZED

Home Demonstration Agent'sSalary .
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Purchase A Home,Mileage Demonstration'and Per Diem Agent's ,'. 100.00 '
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WESTINGHOUSE MAJOR APPLIANCEAT Material 200.00 100.00

4-H Club Camp (Girls) and
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.. 4 H State State Club Short Short Camp Courae.Course(Boys) and -.240.00 I.200.00 100.00 100.00 '--, -. ,._. DEALERS IN THE SOUTH .' .;v :.j,;


NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY 1 Forest Farmer 2147.47 2329.34
:, Clerk, County Agent's Office 1,500.00 1680.00

FRIDAY OR SATURDAY -. .! :! ;.:;:'j..<."!'. Recreation Fire Control(Payable Section, '418)' .),!:' 3,990.00 6,283.12, 6,283.12 3,980.00 OVER 700

CARS TO CHOOSE
Publicity and Public ImprovementC. FROM!

( C. '54,000.00) 5000.00 5,000.00
And ReceiveAbsolutely '
Suwannee Valley Development AIICoIorsAndMakesSEE

Authority 1500.00

Payment Outstanding Indebtedness 10000.00 19,000.00

Courthouse and Annex. Capital. GLEAROUTS
Expense' 4,000.00 4500.00' US FOR 61 i NEW CARS

Purchase of Property 1,000.00 1,000.00

Equipment for Mosquito Control 6100.00 SHOWING SEPTEMBER 29THSERVICE '


A MOTORIZED BARBECUE GRIM 'Total Reserve Appropriations for Contingencies 163092.21 136.89 156,982.34 309.95



I WORTH. $24.95. Total Budget Road and Bridge i.Maintenance 163,229.10 Fund 157,292.29- POLICY I IN ALL 50 ST A TEst. !?:



Estimated Receipts:. Last Year> This Year ...
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Taxes 4.68 Mills on assessed valuationof -: Low Overhead! :
: Need 'A Westinghouse Freezer, Refrigerator, Range Or $9,259,138.00Gasoline 43,332.766i,5oaoo : ( "; .:

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Why Tax,20% of 7th Cent 19,000.00 '
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Surplus ;: } 40000.00 No Floor Plan To Pay!,: r, .

: MOTORIZED BARBECUE_ GRILL FREE? Motor Fuel Tax 20.of 7th Cent :: 600.00


I Buy Now--No Payment Until October! '-: Racing Auto County Transportation Monies Surplus Mileage Tax' ,',22,20000 l-::.-,-iG-.;:-t. 7,200.00 1,800.00' 13: f'. No High-Powered Salesman To Pays'!;'. ;



: Check with the folks at North Florida Supply for ,all Taxes tion 5.00 of 9988250.00 mills on Assessed. Vslna- "(,. .:. /: 49,941.25 ', No High Rent To Pay! ,

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: your appliance needs. I City of Starke Reimbursementwork ,
,on Temple .Avenue. 3, )00.00 4000.00

: "You Can Be Sure-If It'a Westinghouse" 'v Other Revenue Receipts 1400.00.. 1.000.00 .
Yes. Yes. SS Sells For LES'SEVE
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; \:: 5% : .' ,6,696.646,177.06. .
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BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH 'I" ,' '1 'I 1'--1' 1"'I' Georgia within calendar months
FAITH P. Donaldson, presi- eight the undersigned, desiring to engage I i, register with the Clerk of the
.- CHURCH LawteyA. .dent''fl'ff Abraham Baldwin from the date of the first publication in business under the fictitious j Circuit Court, in and for Bradford -
of this notice, or the name of "MANN'S fell ELL County. Florida. upon receipt -
E. Massey, Pastor : Home Demonstration College,.Tif ton,.Ga..The three same will become void according STATION" at 252 West Madison of proof of publication of
Sunday School, 10 -to law. This July 13. 1)61. Street. In the of '
a. m. City Starke this notice the fictitious nameof
Bible school, 10
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First Publication, 20,
Morning : July Florida intends to register the "THE SHOE RACK", under
Worship,. 11 a. ra. Preaching, 11 a. m. L'i Notes High School Speaking Contest 1361. said name with the Clerk of the which toe are engaged in business -
Training Union 6:30 p. m. Eve-' (8) Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara Circuit Court of Bradford at 119 N. Walnut, St.
Evening Service, 7:30: p. m, will be heard in order to select Administratrix of the Estateof County, Florida. Starke, Fla.Charlie .
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fling Worship, 7:30 -i :1' Our Soil Our .
: Strength
jn.
p. DOROTHY Henry O'Hara. deceased. LOUIS A. MANN
Bible Study ,and Prayer j the state winner. I R. Oaks 208 Pratt
-Wj.
ROSS
Prayer Hollia V. Knight 7-13 8.3
I Meeting, Wednesday 4t I
Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednes : The board heard a'discus Starke, Florida, \ SL, St&rke. Fla. and Stanley
7:30. p. m., .t :. Home Demonstration Agent i Mathls. 1643 N. Vf. 14th Ave.,
, j Attorney for Administratrix .
I day.! Soil Conservation sion on the Bradford County 1.%) 4t Ml NOTICE OF INTENTION TO i Gainesville. Fla, owners.
f 4-H County Council, Meeting income,after retirement. N-E-W-S Emergency Planning Com REGISTER FICTITIOUS AMB I Dated Oils 26th day of July
II mittee, composed of USDA Notice is hereby given that I A. D. 1W, starke, Bradford
Carolyn Chilson, Brenda I There is one type of doubl- NOTICE OP INTENTION TO the undersigned under the pro-,
: Green, Thelma Knight, and J ing on the decline. It is the By Bill Hens employees. The Soil Conserva- REGISTER FICTITIOUS XAME Visions of Chapter, 20,953, Laws i I! County Florida.. 7-27 4t 8-U
Acts of 1941, will
tion Service responsibility of Notice Is Hereby Given that of Florida
Karen Lee met In the agent'soffice :doubling up" of families in
GULF- one afternoon to plan I I a single home. Some 15 years Plans for the annual meet- monotoring fallout, was ex- -.
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activities and club programsfor ago 9 per cent of all married ing of the Florida Associationof plained and the board held a ,
next year. They are older couples were living with relatives Soil and Water Conserva- lengthy, discussion on the I Itp.ethods.
., Today the tion District Supervisors, to of protection from J
girls representing the different figure has
4-H clubs in the county. dropped to below 2% per cent. be held In Tampa August,2f- radioactive fallout. One of the I WAKE UP OR BLOW UP I

The girls were free in expressing [Copied from "Family Financial 25 were discussed at' the last important defenses against !I
I their desires and'I Planning"] meeting of the Board of widespread destruction from 1,
Quality opinions, and were very interested -;i iI I II Supervisors of the Bradford nuclear weapons is a well informed |,

in Junior leadership.]I I I Soil Conservation District. population armed'| Opposing Communism must become a way of life for us for

In fact, this is one of their. Sam McGarvey was designated ..with- as much knowledge as'I' the period of time necessary to defeat it. May\ I suggest.
let's GoGardening possible about and;|
t as delegate, and Foster protection
council objectives to visit I % the following action for your consideration.
survival in of attack. t
case
and help younger club mem- 0 Shi Smith as alternate to represent -

, bers with their projects and, th! district. Amongthe CHURCH OF GOD j 1. Learn all you can by reading books by well known and
to help plan and carry out I& nationally known figures 7:30 authentic authors. I would suggest J. Edgar Hoover as
m. Evening Worship.
county-wide activities. One of'' who will attend the meetingare Sunday p. School 10 a. m. Morn 1 possibly the most authentic author you can study.
the girls Junior leader Secretary Agriculture
was a
last year and helped judge By Hervey Sharpe Orville 1... Freeman, Congressman Ing Worship, 11 a.: m. Sunday 2. Discuss Communism and methods of combating it with

Junior records. She said she Florida AgriculturalExtension Service Billy Matthews, and Dr. YPE;Evening Service Service Wednesday,. 7:45. ,p.7:45 m. your friends, your neighbors, in your civic clubs and

enjoyed it and felt it helped or decked with bent sections of J pv m.-,Prayer fleeting Friday, ; other organizations where you meet. i
her improve her own :
records.
Plans were made for the Miniature roses have special tossed. away ? refrigerationcoils. 7:45. p. >tp. ]i iI I 3.. Join a study group of other interested citizens who' will

educational exhibit at the appeal work toward the defeat of this menace. ,
county fair in October. The The tiny blossoms, resembl- The trellises are paintedleaf '.I
green to blend in with the I. The Ceonty Judge'* Crart Senator Presi'
I Write to Congressman, your
committee met later and ing Hybrid Teas, measure on- Of Bradford C n.l7, Florida 4. your your
started work on the exhibit. ly an inch across when fully foliage. In Probate dent and other men of influence, urging them to devote
Trellises constructed of \n Re:. Estate ef Henry O'-
Considerable progress has opened. Hara deceased.NOTICE sufficient time to assure defeating this evil. .
similar items or any amalgamation -
been made. Another committeeof You can use them as cut TO CREDITORSAll
'of scrap will, make a persona having claims or leaders educational leaders, union '
flowers 5. Encourage political ,
girls will have charge of in arrangements and demands'against the estate'of
exhibiting individual girls' for tying into small corsages. lasting resting place for Henry O'Hara deceased are leaders and church leaders to seek ways of combating
and vines. Best of hereby notified and required to
IL work. The plants when potted make creepers file their claims in the office of Communism infiltration of our organizations; at the
fine all such trellises take the the County Judge of Bradford methods
patio specimens.One -
\ Grapes<<: : stoop out of flower cutting. County. Florida, in the County same time effectively oppose their psychological' .
Now that grapes will be wag said he grew mini- Court House at Starke, Florida, of "thought control."
ripening this month, here is a ature roses because they were
favorite grape recipe with in proportion to the size of!1 6. Urge Congress to pass whatever laws are necessary to

many in the county, It is always his compact. car and his ultra-i outlaw the Communist party in our nation as. the' subversive -.

tti fresh advisable fruit you to can eat while all the it small pint-size house lot. squeezed on, a I i l You Can Afford Our Prices party we know it to be. ,' "',," '

is in season and conserve But regardless of the reasons 7. Encourage anyone that is a member of a labor ;union, ": <

some for later use. Remember, these delicate, thorny I or other organization where Communists infiltrate, to .

you get more vitamins from flowering plants can add bea- demand explusion of all KNOWN Communists! and sym
fresh fruit and it is cheaper uty to your garden. To discover '
pathizers.
'
when in season, too. the best way to grow .
Spiced Grapes miniatures, Dr. Sam McFad- 8. Request your State Senator and Congressman to work

Seven pounds of grapes, 4% den, ornamental horticulturist I unceasingly to remove any Communist or sympathizer

.- -- : '\L pounds sugar, 1 pint vinegar with the Agricultural Experiment -I i I '(KNOWN) front teaching in our schools.
0' ciders 1 tablespoon cinnamon, Stations, has tested a ,
Ill 01N ,. '
,
"t f 1 tablespoon' cloves. number of small roses. I : 9. Call upon those in authority in our churches to cease

095 Remove pulp and cook in He has had good results I I II fighting every "anti-Communist" organization they can

GV ;- 11 'S\II one-half of the vinegar until with the 'Tom Thumb" rose j I Aluminum Windows Additional Bathroom find and to oppose our real enemy-Communism. : '.. : ..

tA1 Atd grapes are soft. Put through grafted on one-foot standards I Florida Rooms Porch Enclosure i .
: 0" ,. Akts1I1I'e sieve, ,removing seeds Cook r of Rosa fortuneana rootstock.The .,, 10. Strengthen your nation by strengthening your self spirit. : '.
""' \ t-qt skins in other half vinegar. researcher favors this FREE ESTIMATES i'i ually. Become active in 'the church of your choice, -
$p Then add skins to pulp and rootstock because it appearsto
tRet"O when mixture boils add sugar be resistant to soil-borne I'D RATHER BE DEAD THAN RED. '
: diseases and to pesky root-
and Cook
spices. until thick. '

} '. I Pack and seal while hot in hot eating nematodes. )DOWN 'YEARS ji SLADE GAS, OF STARKEWHAT'S __ __ __ i
i/I. -... t t1 .sterilized fruit:Jars- You may ,1, The,.,grafted _:.roses .made. No '. ,:., .. ;: .- ". ."'o.- .
":J{ ',.; ;'.'\' 0tSbt \Gt" want to reduce the amount of Very good growth with minimum PAYMENT TO PAYBradford :; "" i

pti .S X10 sugar. care and produced a : .
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g 10 t40 2 To 1 You're Seeing Double large quota of blossoms. .
.t a..t'l. p Op New'varieties tried included
.. E't Families are enjoying two II
., .....,... of everything these days where pink Cinderella Red Imp, '

>W\ one used to suffice, the Insti- rose-pink Midget, Cutie- Rob-\\1. Building Supply
tute of Life Insurance says. In and Pink Cameo. The first

The list includes two auto- ones are bush plants while I HOME. A10i ( QUIT pUOG f NOTHIN'CAN'T'SEEM'' EXCEPT To
mobiles, two TVs, two bath- the last one is a climbing rose. 301. E. Call St. Phone 964.5291f r SHTmOMU GET MAKE A BI& THE -" GET i WAITED ON
rooms, two telephones, two Some of the older varieties i I&.OH 1CN 4ylTN THAT "=" ORY1E MATTER?,
Jobs.nd now even a second that grow well here are TomThumb 1!S'uJELLe Fooo 6ET5 AT

1, home. Many of these homesare ,. rose-pink .Roulletti. ,,. 1; E ii jK. /,
ti;
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trailers for weekends and pink Pompom de Paris and ctyFsb\ i

vacations, but a near-million red Oakington Ruby. f r +..
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families are believed to also The Cinderella is the fav- IfeatlWTENDERIZED f_ it ra 0ti

have cabins, bungalows, and orite of most visitors who tour
similar homes at lakesides Dr. McFadden's rose trial i iI iI :

EVERY GULF TIRE AT BIG SAVINGS the shore, and in the mountains plots. It is not available from Thomas'i I I .,
the University. A local nursery V
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SEE YOUR NEAREST GULF DEALER LISTED BELOW
To top off family doubling, can order you a bush of this
there are 43.000 families who petite plant from up-north i

have twins each year. J growers this fall. I
As for 10 million U. S. couples All.minlature. roses listed RAMSHaH

both husband and wife appear to grow well in Flori- .
ffESTSIDE GULF SERVICE work, bringing home two in- da provided they are graftedon II I

,' comes. The second ''income is Rosa :fortuneana. Popular! I Whole% lb. 39c Center Slices lb. 69c
J: LEONARD VARNES often used to meet long range demand may soon tempt local OpenTHURS..FRI.SAT..SUN. or
goals such as college educa- nurserymen to propagate these i

W. Madison St. Starke, Fla. tion for the children or an grafted plants. I -
.' With reasonable care mini- I FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER

i; than atures the produce larger more varieties blooms of j i iI DELICIOUS BARBECUED : HAMS -1.- I lb.
I 39c

STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY I i i same roses. Both: conditions types require'for bestgrowth' the I II !i ii i ii I Ii 1 29c

I Id
i Roses like fertile soil and I .,-'-< -
-AUTO- BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOR J. B. Wright d.plenty of sunlight, along with,.. I I i Ljiiiii _'IL -q:_ ., ",_ = _'i.__> /._ ., = -_ ."cRIB _.';:

I good drainage. The soil pH I, CHUCK FRESH
RIB or
Mack's Body Shop I Ed Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE should range between 5.5 and i or BRISKET
STATION 6.5 as extremely acid or al- ,'
& FENDER REPAIRS STEAK : FRYERS
BODY
RADIATOR SERVICENew r: produce! STEW
COLLISION SERVICE Complete Auto Smite ka line soils usually i
If Cores Roddlnr Tires Batteries-Accessories poor growth. 1 ;,
Painting Matching Flushing Crank Shaft Reasonable care also in- i(

FREE ESTIMATES Grinding 542 Madison Electric Welding 969-2SOI eludes watering and fertilizing'II 1b149c lb. 2SC

,Phone 969-3403 Lawn Mower Motors Repaired AUTO TIRES when needed, protection from Chicken Meaty Ribs 1b.1SC I Ii I

29JS N. Temple, Starke Phone 964-3861, 9646584So. Insects, and disease prevention. I ;
Walnut, Starke Starke Co. Black: spot is the worst disease E
-AUTOMATIC Recap of roses. Symptoms of 4 f :" -. -.. -- ._, -- \ -,... -=.. ,- ,:=.: -" -J'I I
AUTO SERVICE Pappy Roulsten, Owner Mgr.
TRANSMISSION the fungus are spots on leaves { SMOKED FISH$1JO i i
& !
Recapping for Cara' Track },showing irregular or radiating I It
ONE DAY SERVICE .
Tanner'sGulf Dodd's Service & margins. The spots vary from I
NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS
size to half the BOXED TO GO
pin-head
ServiceGULF Auto' Sales AUTO-LITE BATTERIES width of the leaf. The larger I> : WEINERS Y
PRODUCTS Phone 964-0221 $
surrounded .
135 N. Temple, Starke spots often are ,
,Complete Automatic GENERAL REPAIRING .i a yellow halo.Infected bY\\ : S.
Transmissions International Lifetime i leaves turn yellow

Service and RepairsFor ,Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES and fall from the plant. Incase i II I I' BEEF' AND PORK t: BOLOGNA ': !I

All Makes FIRESTONE of complete defoliation ,
Phone 864-2321 I Tim Batteries, Accessories Brownlee & the plant dies.Prevention i
666 N. Temple Starke I 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 ChasteenSEEDS of black spot lathe SANDWICHEST000 ; SMOKED LBS !I It

best approach. Many rose :
-AUTO, PARTS Starke '"66" ServiceBill FEEDS fanciers spray' or dust their SAUSAGE t. ,
FERTILIZERSInsecticides rose gardens weekly throughout 1
,
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Starke'otor Edwards Prop. the year as a safety mea- .
Crate Fixate .
"
WE SPECIALIZE IN sure. Other gardeners apply
Parts, Co., Inc. "Your Friendly during the
BRAKE'SERVICEWhe fungicides only i : PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

Local Balancing &: AlignmentPhone' 10th Farm&Supply] Store"Cor. Siarke. rainy season. A number of new I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AM. TO 9 P.M.
Your : Cherry !
to be effective and modern
said
NAPA ,964-8881 chemicals are Come by and.inspect our new building
'
Jobber For 617 N. Temple, Starke .ELDING-GARAGE but old stand-by remedies -! facilities to give you the finest _Hickory-Smoked .. j

Cor. Brownlee, fA Clark include either maneb 'Cr I barbecued Ribs, Chicken, and Fish. Only the best
064-0311 I ,
-Phone 964:0801r Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Welding captan. Trellises I quality meats and poultry are. used. i

AUTO REPAIRS'J' idea j *
Here Is a unique fort
.... Standard Oil ,Service Station:Eleetrie and Acetylene Welding attractive trellis work. Florada -]i Located 124 E. Brownlee St. 4' t m STSOC A COMPLETE UKE 0?

Earl's Garage,, HaTe Welder will Twer: ,, Agricultural Experiment' '
ALL KINDS .OF ATLAS 'I Station workers have constructed I Phone 964-0364 i
TIRES & BATTERIESBudget WorkGuaranteett
AtTl'O'lEPAlB.V8Iut a number of vine ThomasOwaeraOperators I,
Dick & Elsie
AU Work TermsRoad Service Brownlee 964-4SU .
Guaranteed 116 W. holders from discarded storm
Phone, 969-19U Phone 964-7071 '.1 fence posta., standards,

5.. Walnut 8t-; 407,N. Temple, starke Kite 1IW17J i
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSE.GRANDIN' AND LAKE GENEVATLORIDA i i 4 4C&Rtf !


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.. '. '., .i! THURSDAY, AUG. '10.< 1981 ,:
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?TTTTT YTTT.TT TY+ T.. tTT.TiT! !j.T .time, 'th y'' have'been havinga Melrose'KeyetoneBrownies T '... T TTTTTTTYt:. from a trip to variouS' olnts fTTfT7TTTffTTTVVVTTGRANDIN where she was under,treatment I\ ola Davidson, and Mrs. Olive :

KEYSTONE HIGHLlWS; After'luncheon busy, ,'eXcltmg ,time on'Saturday' Gfr1 'Scow fs 4cL 'MLg1IS' ; St- l of Canada visited her ,sister, at Jackson Memorial Hospital I I Gurr.
.
Mrs. O. T. Robinson., Mr. and Mrs. James Scharrer'i Mrs. Mattie G. Lawson and
afternoon, the visitors entertained '
Camping A fishlng- 1cnlc was 'held and daughter Laurie Mrs. Mildred Burrows bothof

By Mary K. Schaeffer the-group-with' the rendition'ofDixie"'with I.f..1.... | r ?*...<..-4Carryins By 'Hits.Alice RethhimmerMr. aunday'at 'Ike's ''FiSh tamp By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAALAAAAAAAAUTA panied Mrs. Hinson accom-I Gainesville recently visit- ;
a Norwegian ,. rout the theme, for the.people (Melrose, ed 'friends and relatives in
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.&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAA.AA.AAA.A A llA .iA A} accent, rather than a .A .A i. AAA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seigler j
"Birds* 24 Brownies vandGScoutsfftom irl A baby snower was given I and 'son attended Sunday rGrandin. f
southern/drawl, They also 1 --- '
Born'in Newark, N. J:.she attended sang in ,their native tongue. 'Melrose and keystone .-and Mrs.John Vermeulen for .MrS. George Hanks at the Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantley morning worship services at Martha and Janet Pierce ;
'school there 'for-same < In and children of Jacksonville Woman's Club Tuesday nightat I
CoL Moody remarked that the Heights Are splashing and family attended a com- Paran Church. I are spending time then on to St. Petersburg Florida CAP' Cadets presentlyIn the "Thick Pond." tenting on rare \ivisiting'Mr; Vermul- :7:45,,p",m._by.Mrs. Thelma munity peanut boiling in : Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seigler! Bartow; .They wewere.... Accompanied -

where she completed countries .CYo k I1g oirrt Hill," aid ..per en's'sister and b1"Otber-tn-1a.w. Dampier Mrs. Carrie Hand, Melrose last Saturday. i and children Of Lake Geneva II by.their aunt Miss

sr grammar..school, going on to foreign twere probably on not able exchange forming "Kaners lor ,the Mr. ;and:Mrs. Carl Ford. and-M&,.R. V.-,Ford., R. -M.- Hersey of Theressa f 1 visited friends here Friday I,Nancy Pierce. I

Northeast High School In St. Birds": 'as they enldv day Mr/sad Mrs.rW. M.'Seaward 'Peggy':and Teena'Rothham- visited 'Weldon Brantley Sun- evening. c I We are glad to hear that
interpreter
to get along Without an i I
Pete. ; while these boys' camofos: on the. Mount 'lea.Pant of.Jacksonville spent the mer spent a few'days in day afternoon. I.f .;Mrs. Rhoda Perry of Melrose -E Mrs. JElbert Barber of Flora-

y She is also a politician hav- sjteak very''' good English.On pfoDfrtv of''th Richard weekend with Mrs. Seaward's Gainesville Visiting their i Mr. and -Mrs. B. J. Alderman ; formerly of Orandin :is; home has returned home after

ing been vice president of the Friday the Cadets had Lnrnrns) tn'Silver L&ke.J parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. grandparents, Mr. 'and 'Mrs. had as recent guests Mr. vacationing in Jacksonville as J a stay Putnam Memorial 1
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Rw 14r Women's Student Association, been to meet Governor Farris J' The "yoiinse girh are "a Mann. Clyde. Wesley. and Mrs. R. T. Clay and son! guest of her sister, Mrs. Le- Hospital Palatka. !

'and a Member .the i Dormitory Bryant in?Ocala. 'Their nextbtop'wih 'Tlock; of Chiair. and, include Mrs. O., T. Robinson, Mrs. Mrs. Evan Spires and sons of Palatka. J
Hall: Council., She .has the foHowiWer Brownies: An- Lottie'' Wallace Mrs. E.W.. I have returned to Melfoseto Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCallj
be-Washington, D. C.f
Y .worked rats' secretary" at the where they hope to meet Presi- ieb. AJ1pn.:t3u"'nv" Birtice. Sn- steln rt..and Mrs.-R,. G:Logs- make their"home after living Jacksonville,. ,purchased aj 1 GOLFERS! -- This Is It!

New Jersey Bell Telephone dent..Kennedy.Atobng V-S\nn 't4plnfe.:R cc4v keu4itM.Kerry don and chfldrfen spent' Thurs- in Miami for a few homesite in Grandln. ,It joins j

.Cto.t and M':the 'University of the guests at Ashleyson Shackleford., Geraldine daV 1ri East,Palatka 'with months. Mr. Spires will join the lot.purchased by Mr. and,1:

Florida. Saturday-were a group of Yoho, and Karen Williams. Misses Anna Belle and Reda them in :the fall. Mrs. Earl Sikes also of Jack-j Enter Our '

:Uerhu3Mnd.ta.IbU1&. Don- Jacksonville 'girls who spend The '"Flock of"Blue Jays'* Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Dock-Tisbn sonville. I 'i Contest'r r y NOW!

ald Boudreau. also from New their summers in Keystone I are the'you*
Jersey, a'hd also'a graduateof Heights area. These were I follows;Lfslie Beam Vir 1nla Lorain, Ohio:recently. visit Tison's brolherRev/ahd Mrs. Wilmot both. Gainesville, f .
the :XJFmajoring) in me- ed 'Mr. 'and Mrs. Dock Tison were recent visitors of Mrs.\ 1st Prize-iHi-Starrdard: "Double 9" Western TypePistol
Claudia
frohtes Penney and 'anJordon. George'Tison>and' children of
chanfcal en'gifteerlng.Norwegian &neHa Edwards Helen Brok- and family.. Mrs. Cowart and Gainesville.. Belisario. I. .22 calibre with holster.
t. t ct ;< Laura Ann Ttlest. Deborah Mrs. 'Tison were former 'col Mrs. James I. Sikes and 2nd Prize-Alfredo, Mendoza\ Slalom Ski.
Cadets EntertainedBy mann and, Gail Ingraham.ksystofie'ldllthts The vacation Bible Schoolof
Meet Another Teacher! Loll"CAP'.Squadron Cadets Kinesburv.. and Mimi 'Float. lege' omrna es at'the'Unlver-, the Baptist 'Church held daughter. Gail, of Augusta I. 3rd Prizes-Two: Boat Cushions. ,t::
of Florida... Mr. and Mrs. ,H. .
'The oldergrrls'fortoTa "Nestof sity Gavisited
Prize-LeeYs
Off'i Belt.
br 4th Featherweight Ski
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EnmpmentSeven
Last Saturday morning live Commencement Exercises on I .
Egress" and areas. follows: Arthur Barber of Washington B. Sikes recently. Mrs. James "-
Continuing cur introductions. NorWegian ;A1r Cadets >,6hd. members. of the Keystone Carroll.Baker. Carol Stephenson D. *C is visiting'Mr. and Wednesday, July 19, at the Sikes is spending several NUMBER OF ENTRIES LIMITED-ASK. US !
to new faculty member of their two-escort Officerswereguests Heights CAP Sqdrn. church. ABOUT DETAILS ,
Jennifer Mrs. J. S. LaCoste. weeks with ,her father Fred
Elaine! Lovom,
the Keystone Heights School. of'CoL and'Mrs. Harold Cadets w teat the Post Of-
Davis 'Sandra 'Mrs. Maude'O'Steen of WestPataa Winners of the Melrose Tysonin Hawthorne.
Bleasdale CONTEST CLOSES AUGUST
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this week we'd like to fice at *: +
you la.-m. Sunday ready
Ashley at their estate, Ashland Sharon .Glover, ;JGInny Campbell Beach is" visiting Mr.I Duplicate Bridge Club included : Mr. and Mrs. Ted Garnto \
meet: Mrs. Barbara Boudreai i ,.near Melrosev'Alsb.present -, to.drive. to Jacksonville where Pat 'Raley and Mira and' Mrs. BttnyOn KeDey. Mrs.I : ;First place Mrs. Clyde and family of Gainesville visited 1 MiNI-PUTT
the new business ;education they were to board plane CARPET GOLF
< were members of the Keystone a O'Neal
; Murray,. O'Steen is Mr. 'Kelley's coushi Simpson and Mrs- Bill ; i .Mr. r,and Mrs. Garnto's
teacher who seems like avery Heights Civil Air.Patrol, : for,Homestead Air Force Base. Second place, Mrs.,, .MaryCook .
Mr.
father and stepmother,
Unit-Leaders. t>r aOwls" are I
versatile person. Her: and the keystone Heights, biembers'of'this group included > Keystone George LaRne Prop.
; Bobby and Miss Iva -Hillyer;
: Mrs. :ifeicterd 'Lovbrn.rMrs.. t1. Tison 'celebrated his I and Mrs. W. D. Garnto Sun- H.eight8.
hobbies Include 'swim lst"Lt.Mke Foster 2nd Lt.
many CAP C d ts. The group n-i Raymond I .
Mrs.
Third place '
14th Saturday witha
birthday t
I W. Kmgsbury, Mrs. Thomas
ming bowling reading, and .bIttg.'arid George'LeatK' 2nd Lt. Fred day.We .
joyed swimming bO
and J. D. Hen- _
Starnes Mrs. 1
Garnar Jr.. Mrs. Joe Daurer, beach party at Crescent r are sorry to note that "
sewing so there's dull Master
never a water-skiing. At noon, Mr Sergeant Beach. derson; and Fourth place, R. L. Seigler is still receiving
s.David 4nd Miss Paula Wyman. The ,
moment ,.. Ashley served a d ll 1 Schateffer, SgtLarry Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. Memorial Attention Livestock PrOducers!
) Wesaver and water front -instructors -Mrs. Authur S. Rhodes of treatment at Putnam i
She is a graduate of the l luncheon. Carnes, Sgt.-'Ward Bessett and Mike Lovorn and Jacksonville on. 'returningbeen John Strawn.ly Hospital in Palatka.
University of Florida : Mathlesen Sgt Harold Snellen. Transpor- .
maJor- The Ca'dets-Tba"g
I -Mrs. A. G. Hinson has returned c.
Mrs. Walter Float, "are 'the If have '
I hogs or ,.
ing in business education. Odd Moveback'.Tor-SiVertsen tation was furnished by senior I you ;
officers Lt. John Hammond "Ducks". The Camp Director,, home ,after spending j cattle to sell now or in
Arnulv Straume and Lew Muir Mike Zike do. (several months in Miami
.Mortenj I Mrs. Fremont W. Tolles Is ,
1 Christiansen all and Lt. George Schaeffer. Mike Funderburke, William Personals the future please con

PicknickingII II vicinity 'of Oslo'Norway, 'and The'boys will be at Homer the "Woodpecker.......- ." -.-= Reynolds'Sr.rBlll,Belbte:; :Sane .Miss Alice Jeanne 'Privett tact .one of the buyers t_ '

their two escort officers stead for .13 days of intense KcMftrtry: ; Jackie'Jx, ?Tardy daughter of Mrs. John C- :KEYSTONEBeauty I! at Copeland Sausage -

: Swimming Molbach and Per.-Hoff, were training. ": "",x Tprrtble,''a 1y' >Odum; Dorniie Privett and the.late Mr. Pri Shop "j I Company and give them

the guests,of,the Florida .Wing Chicken:Barbecue PlannedAt unteer, :nePt.- bsteen/Marshan'-Beani,John- vett of Oklawaha is one of an opportunity to buy
J
i : Dancing of the Civil Air Patrol from -their August 2 meeting, 1 No.fires were rtporteVl'dur.' toy Mair' ,, Barry'-Wyman anda two Senior Girl Scouts selected 'Keystone Heights ,i your livestock. '
.
Wate July 27 through August fc: members'of the Estrellita Club :ing the-eding'month; One number t fthers. from Florida by the National '

Skiing FloridaWing Commander,! ecompleted? : I plans for the annual droi iitig: at KeystoneJBeach.Gttie :: Attendance at the Mlni-Pbtt Girl'Scouts.of America to at- BacktoSchoolSpecial I COPELAND OFFERS YOU

Joseph F,Moody welcomed the ttolcken ''barbecue ont Wfiliams was Instraeted : h-asHbeen Increasing each\Viet. tend the All-States Wilder-
: ? August'26 Keystone Beach. to check into the matterof "Encampment : 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
group when they< arrived a Why not come ,on,'and go ness in Oregon.
Orchestra '' 'The meeting;has at the homeof drainage:'at'ttYiee'Fire 'Station '
Miami 'International Airport around a'Yew times? It Is very Aug. 7-20. She w1A representthe I

For Dancing on July.27, and since, that Mrs. Irene Williams on to prevent sQrfalce"water relaxing, and 'it is'*nice and Land-O'-Lakes: Council. Cqmplete : 1. Cash market every day.

Santa Fe hake from running into the recre- cool under those beautiful old Alice Jeanne is no stranger in Permanent, 'Wave j 2. No commission. '
EVERY SATURDAY' This will be a combined effort ,ation room. trees. Keystone Heights, havingvisited'here'm "
INSURANCEAutodire of the Sam Gardner and Lew Muir 3. Special ,consideration given to meat
NIGHT 8 to 12 =Cdsuatty I Masons and Eastern Dancing ch Information. ny times with $eoo .11 .
4 I Star'[known as Estrellitasl are. taking Scuba-training.Pplice.jf her uncle and aunt 'Mr. and hogs
Bonds and SAllied Lines to pffleers Casper Mrs. George Massa asks "William Schroeder r type '
help\lefray the expenses on ; Mrs. on t
Reynolds' Insurance the Masoric: building fund. )Jrtnte end;Moirls Boss are to who that 'mothers will of, children Lake Brooklyn. 'Her friends ,,For ,Girls 14 Tears and j I 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.
betaking
: dancing '
KEYSTONE j ,_ The chairman, ,Mrs. SaraHcDona'fl be considered: exoUicio'lnembers lessonsthis will be interested in this hon younger Only Good i > ..
fall' '
please get in .
Agency of the '
'.a has ; department.Al bestowed, upon her. Only on iTnes.-\Vf'd. during :
appointed >assistants touch with her:for all I
necesSary -
W L. Watson '
; ReynoldsSERVICE Jr. %ill
BEACH for publicity, tickets examine information. 1. Or if your We were happy to see Claudia i. month of August.Phone : CALL COLLECT HO 23011CLAUDE %
... .. Pk)24422701)); .a'M.mQnu.41 any persons desiring,physical child :Nobles looking so well' at f
\ .,'b K .. .. .+ I t.KeiiteRe; ."thtta-I"'L" r" V -'t.f examination in connection 'is just beginning call 2941 ;1
P'L, .. l, ''i''II't1'1''' Ill. '. Master (MasonB l i'f't\ Isoz With diving at the Firehoti' Mrs. Massa. for details. Her the CAP picnic at Col. Ash'ley's PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON
-- 'ofl AIr$ idtea-bas 7attt. 'e1: j>n Thursday 'Aug.. 3:between phone''number is 4179. close on Saturday. Claudia hada 7sTew Time'Schedule PRESTON POLECopeland'
call in July when she
'iI nary staff all r d1'to providethe Clay, Bradford Dates .
A'M :.U,L1\N-c-E 5 and 8 p.ln.Second CoincideBy bitten ,
; treat of the was by a ground rattler Closed Mondays 'f
: "Chicken
year
mailing the now,'
fund we
on
PkONE; 64-2600. : that sites)!1" This little ex- drive is set'-'ftH- Thursday, Aug. one :knows that suppose'Keystone every- i and'had to spend about five Open Tues. thru' Sat. till :

:DeWittC.Sohes.Edncral: home ,w 'pre 1On is a.Pi' d ct'of, )Irs, '17. A full crew is requested. days in Bradford County Hos
Heights 5 m.-Oj/en Friday
Helen'EganY' literary -drigln* .Remember School will begin pital. Claudia and her family p. I

DeWitt C. Jones, Registered Funeral Director ality.: c. ,? You are "asked Firemen's to>> keep Ball In Sept .5 this year, the same I have .a home .on HutChhisonLake ,'nljcht, 'till.t 1ft ">.,m.. > .. SAUSAGE, COMPANY a ALACHUA, FLORIDA

[Starke,. Fla. Anyone For fetealt thlnd the date of Saturday, date as the :Bradford County where they ,come from I ,,.-

'MENTAL SERVICES Turtle Steak? Aug. 26.which will be the date Schools. That ,seems better Jacksonville to spend their|

Ho9pia'Bede, .' 1QAle!'Citllll'8. frntcties'. ; :'The_annual 1&thday/dinner of the Annual. 'Four-Alarm: than putting August in that last hot .summers.Reba H8.U. Mary Ann Sch-

I in celebration-of: the founder Frolic sponsored:bv. the i'ev. kJn as,they usual- Continued KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
: ( -- --'" [ On Kext ,Page] .
of,the Order of Eastern Star, stone Heights Volunteer -Fire I' ,
,
Robert ttept Thb year, the Keystone ''1 a I
I Morris wtil'toe. held
For The Best Deal
Anywhere August '23,'sat i the Masonic tnn will be the scene of the GLASS That's :Our'Business'' : '
,
r See Te nple., Relatives and friends festivities. Music will be furbished "If It's Glass __ We nave 'Ir. BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
TrillJ i be invited to-attend this by the Car-Tunes. CALL 'WRITE 'or VISITSHEA'S '

dinner. This, will be a rare You're Invited .
privilege for many as the Mrs.Thomas [Martha Snellen ; : -
:
ROBERTS'! CHEVROLET ] WSS CO. SERVICE HARDWARE REAL ESTATE' ,
meat will be either turtle Crutchfield will :be hold- I, L

i. steak or chicken. Associate ing open house at her home on I r r NOT LI ?t
AiD 'JSMOBILE Patrbn,:-J. 'A. Williams went Lake Brooklyn Monday evening ( INC.) Wheeler Service Co, Brooklyn C. J. 'Pete ,O6onnor


fishlng some time tack, And .Aug. 14, from 7 till 9 o'- "Formerly Peters Glass 'Co." I 1 1Ve Service: TV: Washers, Supply House REALTOR

AUTHORIZED DEALER j now has in his deep-freeze clock so that all her friendsand .. FOR !ANY GLASS :NEED AppL, Eleo. .Repairs, Etc. VAR-TUNG PAINTS REAL!ESTATE

many pounds of turtle steaks.i well-wishers inky- 'nieet We Design.Modern StoreFronts' .-GRanite 5-2401 Melrose- Outside House Paint MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

Ph.. 3033 Green Core'Springs Fla. So come one. come ''all and her new husband. Assistant Just Mail'' Us_ Pattern' ( ForT ([Save this -ad Worth $1 01 Mildew Resistant Keystone Heights, Phone. 4297

< ..- - : .. bring ,a covered-side-dish, or hostessesrwffl\ 'MfeV'-Elufii )J'a.eT1>s next service call) SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON I '
a dessert Kate Mansfield 'Mrs.. Bert" LJ1HT I aavto customer- Winifred H.
according to, the ; : ,
131 s-NW 4lhPl. tla. Fbone
GainesYlfle- keystone Heights, 2741
Phone
:-"izeoi, your amfly. A nominal Christoffers ST., and !Mrs. A.l FR24353WO Between Kfeystoae 'A Melrose,. CRAVVFORDeg

charge will be made I A. Bamford. ,. :' .. : r We Service Both Areas. Odo "
tojdefray: I Hardware .
Heal,Estate Broker
*
the expense of the meat- !' :Mrs. Ctutd1fiehi has askedus LLL WORK tftfA ANtEED I

course. You 'can't 'afford .to to suggest'tactfully.* that ,J tri Servicing Since 1947 & Supply Lake Properties Acreage .
Ranches
miss this she needs, nothing, and shehopelfthal"her. Business City
HARDWARE PAINT
one. so rememberthe -
VPPLIANCES V Hornet'Rentals
0G date. Tuesday, Aug. 29. quests will:not I X R Cement Blocks Red Mix |"We Take A personal InterestIn
feel '
+ from 5:30: till 7 p. m. they should bring:a ;lift. z edfearn'sAppliances Cement Your Requirements"
She Inerelywishes
to: have Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils
G Keystoners are 'used to fish the'' i Midway: Keystone Heights -
opportunityor.; n..lItr
I .
fries ham ; Meter Service
suppers, chicken Mclroe!
friends,.Jo 'meet.her Husbandbefore ,
___ 8 t barbecues-but turtle-steak they"hi6veavtg. 4 HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Melrott ; "Phone.: Gr. S-5421 Hiway 21-open Sundays

'dinner-well, that'really is a Former Resident Die tfaytag\ Washers and Dryers LUMBER GR"59S1-
new one! Come and join the dike Zenith T V : 7
jest _
fun. KeyBtoners. we a. SERVICE ON AIL:MAKES .Le1Jr RESTAURANT
WYOMING were shocked I to ''hear t>f the 4s I San o ',
eystbfte: Helghts; Tione 4252 !
On % .
Saturday morning a death of Eddie Thlele. a former Lumber Co. !Lawrence's: ? DinetteShort
'
.. group of "Boosters" were-on neighbor, who died, in BO: TS'
Cheyenne the the football field with their Walden .. i We Specialize In Custom Order Sandfffefee*
Capital and largest city.:,The.State's N.Y. last"Wednesday.He. Bottled
lawn cut Extra Lengths and Draught Been
mowers'doing their part was an employee'bf*the The .BOAr'narrt:
third largest industry is the .Sundays Too
tourist travel The in making?it Joot] beautiful' puPont Co. Materials CSteed*Io&dasKKchcn

Wyoming Travel Commission has offices in the for them c6mlng'season.. Those here. His,w5 whflejthejr, Florence.! lived Iras MELHOSE: GR 5=2'(01( Cement -Mortar 'Mix- J! Keystone Open 11 A. M.'0 P. )f.

; who were on hand with their, a,, nurse at Bradford CouW Sheet Rock Heights .FIB

Capitol to help' visitors. The building Is open to I mowers ire :Darrell Davis, ; Hospital Their home was' the + NRUDE Mill on Hrn.'21 at Mlddleborff, I RESTAURANT DMViElN

visitors from 8:30-until Bill Beam. Jim Hetherington, one recently k ,Fhaoe 4'83MILLWORK -
5:00'dally.. In 'the State purchased 1Y! Don ,
J1i I SALES &
and nay HcMu>trV. "ITi y and Sharon Morgan on Lake- J Mute'ropbrtve-'In.

Office Building there is a museum of Indian and say 'that; when"you fall off::a ;; view Drivp. SERVICE _"."_Good PlueTo-f'4tt' I

pioneer relics and war trophies. The ;tVid horse, you should let 'rlsht.. Anyone .For PnUbsjffAny
0 West is back dh"again.'Cfee migfit expect local I -. Keystone Dinners- Sindwiehes .

revived annually in r roaring style for Cheyenne Darrell, 'ilaeil' a be a who doem'tenter-sports tht.enthusiast cR>Iatcontest '.- Millwork Shop Cold Bler-oni-on .Rings

Frontier Days in July. little shy.of mowers,.ijterjjisaccMenty a| the M1n1-Nt C r- L r _F_LORKTEdnaWilhams. CABINETS DOORS Take Oat Order

I, Jbiit> {..:;;be %.4s, pet, Golf Course is missing out R WINDOW FRAMES Curb Service After d P. M.
11 A. 3L To
Open Mid<eIt
undaun d. pa Mg>his mover oj\.a goa,}'tbtng. with all theMi SCUEENSTMaterW
across rtfeeft;: I4.TBarrell' 5ri&- iee,prizes- Anyone who went PHONE, .\ FLORlSr-1\i.1amtr 21 Between KeystoneDRILLING IeXelros ,

'THE KEYSTONE :TATE Imybne es to extend'who iias an invitation 1moef to:- aagund th? course 19 holesllnr For FLOWERS AD O' uiosf. Sash Made \To Order -

1111 a :_- .- ufeder -, afrr.IatNM I 43X01Offke .. I Keys oneH&4hts! :': .
)or 'ilvetlm: i ig, toph _: ffs lost month and the ... .M.lrose ....Pl1one::QR2331 WELL
: 8 mower 4o come ,to the PACKAGE STORE
..were114 fJsdeed ; f a ASiBOTTEEDkeystone WELL DRIL&Ka
j "
football field every Saturday "ii! 1r'V 1U6 e' Pri eLn.ef oni/ .Sckfel Supplies PUMPS
S22S2f }.g-7' 11. tHep 4 were-' lour-divfclojis 'Diphyla ]! ':Gas 'Co.j Shaughncssy'sPACKAGE. e
SlRv'rc?; .
AFriendly' 4t \ HIHsWB k W r ;Sias--.' lA .>ir. 1 f lit1c 1Diier: .. .T. J jr Jt i A "

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'I" AUG.' 10, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA r,\Ci:. SL'I. \


w other daughter. They will m. Episcopal Young Church- late to be counted in the Adult AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABy TTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTVJffiL YTTTTY.YYYTY TTTTSTAn I THE RIGHT'POINT for the cult C in t, :tn a.1t "'r r.d .1rd
I.f I. : : :I'ltliTU.v. F'l'd:1. u i inprin'f ".::1' ol
bring Sylvia.home with them. Union even as visitors. Why !I write. .
Come in
way and .
&T0.N'y you
men.Holy of !.II.' ;.t! n : .1". T *
Art Stokes, a house guest of Days 7:30 a. m. Holy not come in earlier;;and'Ifearn tfHJ ..tR fJNR : !;select your favorite ESTER.'nnO lit-e, the t''f: -ii-u' TBROWX Ii fit i'f'

/. HigHMGHTS S the 'DcxMs, kill accompany; Corm>lTinlon. what as aH about? fARM i ij K'Fountain Peiu'"TELEGRAPH. 1 am.k engaged O-ri\Rl..P.;tot f.bui nndcrwhich '".....

i I them on.the trip. Art.is from Third Wednesday -< Parish Among the ,church visitors j Rt. 1 Box: .12A, Strke ,Fla.
Shirley GreenLAAWWUUAAAAAkAAAiA4 Bj Mrs. J. E. AIcBa By"Mrs.'O.' ''r:. ht. '15-A,
A& : : Crosny E. L. Marler 1 Box
..&.I, &&&&&& &A.& &&. Crystal Beach and ;was John'scollege Covered Dish tapper or 6:30: Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. i. Starke Fla.,-80.1. 'Qwn",.
: roommate. He will bea p. m. :Arthur M- Spm r.,He is pastor : A A A A A A A A A A'A'A'A A A A A A A A'A A.PineXfiveLhad.lSS.in AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABirthdayParty., i I the Dated \2atk-day of JOly. A.
'
"J.'A. Proceeding Page) ., 4 '. undersigned under the provisions .BradoidCounty
I D. 19(1 At Starke, .
music teacher in Greenville. The :Rev. Millard H.. Brey- of the Irst'Bap.tist.Church at] l3rown'of of Chapter 20,953 Laws Florida.
J. W. Sun
Ridgeland, ;
oi Elortda Art of-1941.' will '
S. C. this faIL fogle Vicar.FIRST register 7-87 41 8.17HAPTON
at fen,-find MIke Steve Englewood They vacation '
and are on
6,.C. was the Monday ind' day JSchool last-Sunday*' Dr. Mrs. Louis Marton entertained -! with the Clerk of the Cir
Tannartattended a dance at David Schaeffer and Mike r i and are on their .way totheir i Tuesday night guest .of hismdtherMrs.H : W. E. Hall brought the.mornI .with a .weiner roast!
,Teen: ;Town in Gainesville on Tanner .were among the Key BAPTIST CHURCH original homes, Tfew .
1'+ ; O. Brown. ,i(, ing;.message,,and;Rev.: Roman Saturday "afternoon honoring' .
Vfednesday evening Aug. 2.Mrs.Thomas stoners who attended the All- ,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS York and Pennsylvania to visit I
:Mr.
( and Mrs. J. O.-Dennlson ;1 j'Alvarez preached at night. her daughter, Donna on her'I
I j /, Hynds Jr., and Star football'game in Gainesville J. R. relatives and f friends. Our ofL Lake Sutler'visited Mr. and |:1 Among:the visitors were Mar- 9th ..birthday anniversary. :
Smith
6tJt. .fiJnssell Calif. evening. pastor Ralph preacher believes In working
Saturday
r of Artesia. i
I
i l
Copeland, Minister of Music Mrs. J. P. Baxter tast- 'idaY. UntMoody Mrs..Bisnop My- About 25 youngsters enjoy- j
MSjfvlsitinar Mrs. Hynd's pareDt9,4ir Miss Marguerite Lewis arrived ',nd church organist. everyone he can so he calledon f Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop-of rick recently..of-Lakehurst-, ed the afternoon with Donna.

r: ',****':fi* and Mrs. E. Louis. Saturday from New 'Services: Sunday School : the visiting preacher to Mobile -Ala-_ Mrs. T..*W.,Mar- J4>and now of Gainesville Mrs. Delicious refreshments of hot I

on Keystone Lake. York for a visit with her fathrer ,. 9:451: preach for us. He'obliged' key 'and Mrs tva .Douglas Loran Conner and daughterof dogs birthday 'cake, potato i i :
m. Morning Worship, ChurCh
Mitzi Burke of Detroit Jess Lewis, and she will be and 'delivered a 'very interesting West Beach. Christian
were in: Palm
'
CI.. m. Training,Union 7:00: :p.ai. Jacksonville on bust- I and Mrs. !hips;;and punch were served j
J.tJCiti'Is '
: visiting
her mother, message. .These'folks have '
here until August 19. unices I nessTuesday.t Melba Pelcher of Louisiana. after ,a number' of outdoor :
-Ted of Evening 8ttO pinL one'of, those cars ; .
Corbett Keystone you can '
r : You are invited to 'share, 'Mr. and .Mrs. Eugene Ellis I I Everyone enjoyed the Heartof games. j I Y <
c db Estates. :
ride, eat, or" sleep in, they
COMMUNITY CHURCH family 'Prayer time with so Worthington: visited 'Mr. : Florida's Youth Fellowship Mrs. Marton, was assisted :Invites YOU
mad another nice card from us. just made their bed in the _
car
and Mrs. meeting ii Lake .
Edwards in
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. 'Ernest. ;. City. Pine serving by Mrs. Cecil McGee -
I1yta O'Connor -' this one and slept at the church house ',
,
Level
kept the
TRINITY EPISCOPAL Sunday afternoon.Tommy attendance of Green Cove Springs. ,
t0t
fjon sorcewhere in Oregon. A. C. Holt, 3finkter CHURCH MELROSE Sunday ntght. We invite them and Boyce Taylorof banner :with. 61 present. The PersOnals ',c. .

t a wonderful way to Mrs. J. L. Hetherinjton back to see us again. Palatka were"weekend ,, next.meeting will be .held in .RIP. McLendon and: son

pPtnd* avacation; Organist and Choir Director. Sundays10 a. m. Church I .6 11 S' rt guests of 'their 'grandparents, :I: Gainesville at the '''Bible -Baptist Tommy, attended the Sheriffs'

"ban and Romesa Dodd are Sunday School, 8:45: a. m.! School. 11:45: a. m. Morning : TT T. tT.. T.TTTTTTT.lIAMPlON Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Tabernacle 'Friday night, Convention' '''in Miami recently ] :e1ya1At

expected home from Camp.Morning Worship. 10 a. m. Prayer and Sermon [First Cherie Hinton was the Sept. 1, at 8 o'clock. then joined Mrs. McLendonfor .
.
gr plead. | at Polk City this week- : Sunday, Holy Communion]. 6! : guest of her cousin David 'Pine Level's Vacation Bible a two weeks visit with

end, and next Monday. Mr.' ST. .ANNE'S EPISCOPAL p. m. Episcopal Young Church- yiekery, ,in Gainesville Friday School 'closed Saturday night friends and relatives in Tennessee I
( ,
nd Mrs. Fred Dodd Dan and CHURCH, KEYSTONE men.Holy I ''By l\Irs.'D.'E. and Saturday. !i with a'prosram on'the'theme. |I '" .
Romesa, well John and'tisctlla 11111R 1
as as Days 10 a. m., Holy I Mrs. N. C. Mott, Mrs. Brook ': "It's The Little Things That Mrs. P. S. Crews. Mrs. Dave
will be leaving for Sundays::30 a. m. Church Communion.The tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I Count.. Danny MiiRae! Shaw
.., ':0 ," Perryman of Gainesville; and | sang a and George'rs were
.Spruce Pines N. C.. near Ash- I School. 9:30: a. m. Morning Rev. Millard H. Brey- !I.Election Sept. 13 For Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and ': solo and Rosemary. Starling celled to Atdburndale !ast'week'by Servie
:Ville, where Sylvia Dodd has [Prayer and Sermon 1st Sun- t sJ
fogle. Vicar. I '
.
Mayor"Clerk Marshal, sons ;were weekend guests of I received a "Bible for bringing the serious illness of their,
visiting. Sylvia is their'Iday 6 ,
Holy Communion p. And Three Councilmen Mr. and
--- FIRST METHODIST :Lakeland.Mr. Ninety-seven were enrolled. Mrs. Rivers is some better at, .. .
Three council seats and the .",. .. ,; ,' .
CHURCH 'I"
MELROSE offices of clerk and .:and Mrs. Frank Tinney Those spending the week at : this' time. "
,mayor ,
'. Sunday 9:45: a.- m., Church marshal 'Will be filled by the and 'sons, and Mr. and Mrs. i j Shady Grove Youth Camp I Mrs. Louis Marton. and I 8:00 O'clock Each Night

This newest Goodyear School for all;ages, 11 a. m. Hampton city election :on F. 'M. Vickery and family, all : near Leesburg are Marshall daughter Donna, and Mrs. O.' llc ,.t,. t# .
I of Gainesville- visited Mr. and I Starling Ronnie Thomas, E.&Crosby were in Jacksonville :
Tuesday August 20-2'7
Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., Sept. 12. it was announced -
gives you what 'wantS Youth Fellowship. at,the regular meeting Mrs., Earl, Green and family I Franklin Starling, D. A Judd, Wednesday'-of'1 st week. 01 ... .. .. I .
you Saturday night. Dale'Brown Douglas Conner ,We are ''glad to report that;
of the council
_. Wednesday: p. m.., Bible on August I
'1 Study and Prayer Meeting. 1 at the city hall. Mr. and 'Mrs Ronald Daniel :Alvarez, ,J. W. Thomas J. i C. -Wallace.is rable to re-,

-Re,'. Ted Springer, Councilmen whose terms ex- Register of Jacksonville visit- ; Goldia Thomas 'Virgie sume his 'duties- at the prison: : FR ,a ;

:' g E CON 0 MY Faith Presbyterian pastor. i I pire and are G. Wadsworth."C./R.'Cox, D. E.Candidates Hill-, ed Saturday Mr..and night Mrs. J. H."Sullivan ., Parrish Fipps, Luvenia, Janell..Reams Bullington Jessie, after Miss an Dianne.extended Nichols fllnrss. of., Uh r1 S W' Evang 1fs1 : 1 i ir I

: Carrol ,Farr, I Chattahoochee, is
Church, Melrose for the council will run Mrs. Rosa Kelley visited Kay -Kaislop, spending I

.,! iMtW3v:. *> y.4.k i I for two-year terms and each Mrs. Arthur Hall. Mrs: Betty Katy Porsyth and Rev. and the week/with 'her' .brother- 'fto tvel 1,-'Ga... t ,!

Sunday services Church of the offices of mayor, clerk, Cannon and Mr. and Mrs: Mrs. Alvarez. in.lawand :ister, Mr. and' .1 ." I
ITS THE 3-T NYLONAilWeather School, 9:45: a. in. Morning .and marshal are for a one- Steve Kelley in Jacksonvillelast -It--was nice to see Ronald Mrs. Joe Jon s; -- is
*,C' A :' iCarJ
Worship 11 a. m. Rev. JamesR. year.term. "Those, who intendto ; week. Crosby. back In church last L. W.'Pace'was'able to re-' f

;1 Neale Jr., pastor. ''file for' those offices ''Irnve Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bran- Sunday after spending the turn home,.Friday after undergoing -" Oark/Song' Evan/efel I

until September. 5 to 'qualify, nan ;:and Mr;,and'Mrs."J. T. last two years in Georgia., 'surgery' in 'Bradford'

TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTT 10.;days after the voter 'regis- Taylor and family of Palatka Sorry to hear that Woodrow CountytlospitaL: "9 .> .
little lot. That's .' I
Pay a get a economy ,
''
were 'Sunday of Mr. Thomas has a bad knee injury .Mrs. ''. '
tration books guests s. Crews in Fla.
was
and you get it from roadto close on .Aug. Hampton,
rim p.with this newest Goodyear CLAY HILL 26. To qualify, -prospective, and Mrs. Roy Green. and,, Marshall Eaves Is in Lake City Monday.. ., .1 '

Nylon. You get it in 3-T triple- candidate should'declare'hiscandidacy : Mrs. Clara Mae'Bishop and Bradford County,.Hospital. i k I II

fri _ temperrd Nylon Cord body that's and secure the son,. Ray, left Wednesday; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Davisof 1 i //Bnng Someone Av/f/j/ jbuWew II
tough, lasting. Get it, too, in By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I ,
a of '10 their ''nome. In Mobile, Ala. Fort Stewart, Ga. are home NOTICE: 'OF iimfTi ?f TO 1
names qualified
tread designed! for really stretch voters REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME .. -J/I' ---, ,.
ing'mileage. presenting this to-W. H. Maxwell after spending several weeks on ten days leave and are ,, UcL is ,.he.reby'given that,I I

I Grace Nellie clerk, before the Sept. with, their: uncle" and aunt, visiting Mrs. 'Davis' parents, .- <. ,.. t I ., I
and
.tr Freddie 5 deadline.. -,- ', Mr.and Mrs.T. W. Markey.. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas,
6.70x13 Lang returned Sunday Mr. and .Mrs. Lyon Crosby and Mr. Davis' mother in
Inspectors-appointed for the
$ from their
visit in
fit pre 17 Ford ; Tampa. of Greensboro visiting Gainesville.
i Maid Chn,. 88 Walter, Bill and grandson city election were.Mrs. Belle : were | ;Theima
/lr.1 Hvdioa. r Brown 'Mrs. Ina Knight: and relatives here recently. 1 Glad to see Conner
Eddie .
SNd came...' ith them. 1 '
: J K. B. Watterson. I Mrs. Lottie ,Edwards and out of the' hospital and back

..,t. i F 1 -Jimmie Lang spent the In presenting the financial 'Mrs. Bill Miller,and family of at home. Marshman Reddish
r
weekend with '
7'.o,15 lU: All 479|>fic I. ir pi. I Hill. home' folks' at report for the previous month, Salt Lake City, .Utah were is also out .of the hospital! .M n

4 1f ,yri '81. t tn.-cl old tire Clay Clerk Maxwell noted that expenditures weekend guests of Mr. and after falling on some milk .
Yit Dod .
.""C oI-'YO....a
I ,rc..dNn Poi-, : > .TUBEIE3S. visited this parents and relatives the You-at the month.All councilmen receiptsfor ,. hands, '"wrists.last Friday. 'Wo Frost Anywhere' '72 Ft. 2-Door
Padgetts
ks hale .t kJU.B8 WMtt gan Misses Pat and Mary Jane >Gail Reddish'' was In Tampa ,
and officers
for 'iJ
were present t
-U J 6.10x15 iS. 'Clay''fifll last 'week..WaaiMartln ?
$12.88 $ B8 $17.88 the meeting. I Bigham were visiting Sgt and last Sunday.Dr. .
7.0ose1S ljdxt : .14x8 : Ui8 '.-.3 Ii. and family-f Mrs. Cooper New mm :Mrs. Les Hardee,Jr. in Atlanta W.: E. Hall spent last
fits 1.60x1S 16.88 19.83 Raiford visited relatives here I REFR1K'ERATOR4FREEZER
\'' 7.191 um.II 15 .bow.. .President For 1961-62 ,, Ga. this 'week.Jamesand Wednesday in ;Dublin, Ga. i
6.OOd6 12.88 .
eb x l .I d.r Sunday. They all came to ,Mr. a.nd..Mrs. RufusiAlvaraspent ... .
Mott
: Rickey are .
'aJ:
\tllod.ls. 1.50:14 14.88 1718 Strickland's hunting pears'but Mrs. C. L. Cooper was elect- !'If\ "- ../ ..fI .
; t spending this week with .their Saturday in Jacksonville .
ed president of i 1 '
8.00x14 17.15 2,00 Hampton Baptist _
they waited too long toget i ... ..
: WMU for the year beginning grandmotherMrs... Brook with.their son-in-law and :: .. I
any that are good to eat.:.They .
Ferryman ..Gainesville. daughter : atuL-Mrs. Ger-, -'
7.30x14 Oct. 1, at the meeting
fits '5', '40. '41 1 said the pears: are all so ripe Thursday evening, Aug. 3, at Alan Messmore ,of, Ocala Baldwin( .. A '

M models y mo of v Ford)k,, 15 MONTH GUARANTEE! and rotten they may make'. the home of Mrs. W. P. Mc- was the overnight guest ofMr. .Mr. and -Mrs.; >Edwin John !

CktvroUt.1.00x14, Against normal road hazardsi.e. good pear wine-if there .isi Elroy. .'and Mrs. A. L. Green and son:and ., blowouts, fabric i I such .stuff made. Annette. Johnson's parents, Mr. and .' .
Mrs. K. B. Watterson ,
breaks, cuts repairable I was i I
Wilkin-
except Buddie and Nellie
Limited to named vicepresidentand 1 I Miss Linda Green was the Mrs.-Bryant' Tyler, in Brooker ,
t.l..nod/1 original punctures.owner for number of I!! son are vacationing, at Hot publications chairman, Mrs.' overnight guest of Miss Ann last''Friday. While there they 49S5 : I II
where
Ark.-this is
'months Springs. Thurs- Mrs. Johnson's 'grand I I
Olds DfSoto specified. Howell Williams, secretary- Vickejy in Gainesville saw ,I
net& cl.rr:Ui,a Any Goodyear tire dealer :i we understand' they are. Tell treasurer. Committee chair- day.Jiight., father Brady Kerce, of Talla- :
Hr,Wes,,, (over 60,000 all 50 states) j you more later, we hope. Bridal Shower hassee.. Vame t (
men are: prayer, Mrs. Lester
will repair tire without Bible.-School willi .
charge or make allowance Vacation Church Slade: misslon.study, Mrs. W. There will be a, miscellaneous :Mr.;and :Mrs. R. C.,Cannon '
i be held iu Highland shower for Mr and Mrs. of..Palatka were visiting Mr. t For ONLY
t : on new tire based on original P. McElroy; community mis- ,

'NO MOOEY. l tread depth. remaining" : starting Monday Aug. 14 Saturday .at sions, Mrs. J. W. Home; Terry McDavkl 'on Sunday, andMrs. Robert Starling and 1 ,1 _
and the" current GoodyearDOWN 8 a. m. All are .register stewardship, Mrs.'Frank Clark. Aug. 13, 9 p. min; theBrook-; family Monday. Mike; Mary

\c i-price. morning Aug. 12. This Leaders and directors of the er CommunityCenter..- .AU and Crais.Starling'.went back

1.1. how'as $L25 Weekly ':PJnJm >> includes, workers. and 'pupils.: youth auxiliaries for the coming friends of-the couple re :Invited with-them to:,spend. the week. \ 27995 i I

a full set We tailed to get to SundaySchool |1" year fill be Mrs. Charles -to attend. ;Mr.' and ,Mrs. M. Pekher:- ,
did
again Sunday but that 'Hicks and Mrs. W. P. McElroy, and children of Louisiana are FROST : \
evening
t 'DIY14R learn Sunday increase ;:YWA; Mrs,DE. Hill and Mrs. HeObronn 'on' Sunday: visiting relatives .fcere- '
.there wen 76 present-an '
'Horace Dyal, IntermediateGA Mr. 'and Mrs. R .cl. Williams Mr. and ,.MrsWillard
of 19 over last Sunday. "*
i$ ; Mrs. Milton Mosher 'and !and.''sons ..of New Port t Browning Arai family spent % :
The Intermediate boys won 'Mrs. Lawton Youngblood Richey,are spending this'-week last week at Jug Island aear I iiii it liil 1IItIIIIiH 1- 10
.mu TOtf TROl ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ANY OTHER XIN'J' I again. We had 21
..;:},:---- the banner of i Junior QA; -lrs. B. 1* ,flirt here with' ,'her parents ''Mr,,. perryand Monday .at Flagler

", in Training Union seven readers and Mrs..E. D. Allen Sun: and'4MrsJ... W. Horne. Bean oear.Marineland.. tU :Db'WNtrr
these were daily Bible ,
OO.bMAN' Service' StationSEEBER studied their beams. PHILCA --
had .
; 'S' : nine -
Mrs. Frank Clark president,j ** '
all 21 ( 11':
lessons, and of course One Quart'or Gallon H,. nee.On
presided at the business meet- w
,D. GOODMANU. remained for church. There I '. f .
ing, followed '1> the programon "
S. 301 at South City Limits who came to too y "
1'; were some stewardship. Taking part : E sY'TimsMODU ;
I -0f 'Extra Cost
-=- in the program were Mrs. C. I (, UID07 '
.
... L. Cooper,-Mrs.:E. L.'Blrt, and FREDices JVitha : : 1 '., ,,.-

Mrs. W. P. McElroy. Refresh-'I One You Buy. (t Eon p1 ere hrosilrN to'l&Ba eMIr.., a= ;

...... ments of cake And cold drinks : freezer and au ",1tIW- -.... I

., I were served by the hostess to; M .Sla$ at,$2 qt ,$5,98, Gal. .BlpW a hi:ft.fMtttWII r!.h Uh"'Ia p.a! ties('" ,. i
as.of frets feada' "\
'SPECIAL II I I Personals the 12 present for the meeting.I MARY 'CiitfER ,PAINT 'STORE i i leMmcef Plea 2daerIs3p,1tb: e U... ft t -. t

IGsIYt ftCISIId Jresnilsec. .UfdIIt tames ... .
;. I Sunday visitors. at the homeof I 501 N. W. .&,th ATC. Gainesville, Fla. 'FR 6-75J' Dtlun Baiqr Bar storage date Bortiftd Ssst9A9 istirltr "
Mtor.Nasworfhy .
t Mr. and Mrs. K. -B. Wat- I I "

t terson .were E. W. 'Bright of I I. .
: ., ,
Eustis, 'and Mr.land Mrs i i .'

Frank Rardih Hof Ja ksonviLe.The ; 1 J .
; .

Feeder C-alfS a.le. ; :' had Wattersons dinner at and the ,home Hardinsall of j : :).t...'.,.

i Mr. and Mrs..M.-L., 'Watt r- rfP 1 1s ,5-lPJeC

.

.FRIDAY AUGUST 23COLUMBIA i son.Mrs.. Leaston Forsyth re- M1rLKI '

: turned home last weekend #j fdi1k '. iiii;
t, I after spending the last 13 I ....-- ,


: { l months husband in where, Germany he is stationed with her tic Refrigerator
; %
; j. : with the U, S. Army. Mrs. gal a

rE I Forsyth made the trip .by e
:
plane, leaving ;Oenriany :Saturday i &t

I and: :art ing here'SUn- ,, !-'/i,YEpR f r r:

5 :LIVESTOCK MKT. : day evening. -Mr. Forsyth expects .IDSCream. : RA

; to be able to return to e .*. :

.. thestates' to November, she
Egg Bread
V LAKE CITY : said. 'She is si&Jhig'near f / r 't $

1 ,. 'Hampton: with Tier parents .. .- R
:"" ,., It I Mr. and Mrs::B.'L.:Barnes. I \0 Cottage Cheese! i 1 1 1Ii

.featuring '600 head of high-quality stocker ,and feeder, calves, steers, i! Albert bJmas3lts returned 'S7tllciN1t.." 6 .,
I .Qr.aaunIMS.tMioa, .
< :i to.Hampton with&s brother-
-,.|."..antffheifers.R in-law' and: sister. Mr. and ='fl i&1k led core.
'' ,I .
Mrs. Leslie Jones after spending ,-
,-cnttlemen are.iirged to advise us ahead of time 'as to the'number'-toibe' ; ; several weeks in Tampa. ..

i *: I ."Margie Bart, daughter -of

%' So@ -* ... Allen Hart is spending twoweeks Philco.
ppliances
.'V0i4.... '. -\....1> r. 1 1t" in Plano City with rela-. t

'_ .-: Phone: Lake City 752-1874 <"J"i t lives.. .
.: : { > : :
;. :. : I and "
Mrs.Ina Knight and :aoa FURNITUREl'
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; : TERRY McDAYID Manager ,
.
II'r' attended: 4he birthday dinner 1 .. <- .q
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".t<1t, : = iher.lather=: =taw 'n. 1.L ; Offl..C L .ST." r j .. j' .'. _..Jtlf'5911' _
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, :AUG. 19 1961
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'. ............T...fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNEWS ,
m., with Elder Henry Lyonsas an evening of fun with John- in Orlando. While there they. who ,just: returned from the MAYOR'S COURT lie :intoxication not guilty. .sentence suspended and put'

OF INTEREST TO COLORED guest minister, accompanied ny Shaw' and all the cats. This will visit other relatives. hospital.Mr. I William Vasco Forsyth, dis-, on.60 day probation. \

CITIZENS, OF BRADFORD by ,Johnson Chapel's Choir trip is for the benefit of Max- Recent guests' of Mr. and and Mrs. Bobbie. sur- Eleven cases were tried before orderly conduct, sentenced to \
,
COUNTY No. 2. Evening Services at 7 ine Pittman. Mrs. Lela M. Mrs; Shuford were Mrs. F. W. I Paul Mitchell Youngblood,
rency of Tampa are visiting Major W. T. [Billy] I seven days in Jail or a fine of
[By Elizabeth Givens p. m. with Rev. Vinson in Suggs, sponsor; Mrs. Glennis Clement,and"son of Sax, Va., relatives here this week. Jackson in Mayor's Court I i I Negro,-theft of less* than $100,' \
f
,. .'. . . . , charge. ,Holy Communion will Solomon, reporter. their daughter and son-in- Mrs. Alice.Starling. Richard Monday in City Hall. $35.William Vasco Forsyth, destroying turned over to county author- \
aaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA be held at this hour'-Deacon Several visitors attended .law, Dr.and Mrs. Whight of Starling, and Floria and Rose- Lacy Larry Green, Negro,!I city property sentenced ities. !
Julius Royal reporter.' services Ebenezer Tampa, and their son, Carl i
Recreation Miss Bertis Parks is attend- Church regular at Shuford lee McKinney visited friendsin failure to have vehicle under t i to a fine of $102.50 or 20 I James Williams Negro;
,,
School.wID"start at and '
The City Recreation Department ing camp in St. Augustine. Baptist Xiurch last Sunday. family'ot Eau Worthington Springs Sat- control and causing accident R!i days in jail.
9:30 I theft of less than $100, turned
a. m. instead of-10 m. Gallie Another
a. The Junior Choir, under the guest of the
is inviting all teen- Church NewsConference urday afternoon. forfeited bond of 2750. !I ,
at Mt. Moriah Methodist, direction of Mrs Ruby Mae Shufordj. was their grand- I Calvin Whitfield, charged over to'county.
free agers hop and and their movie friends each Wed-to a y I will be held at Church with Robert Dell Fisher and Mrs. Ellis, was in daughterBrenda. Tharpe, who Mrs. Beatrice Hines has returned Malie Pons public: intoxication ,;.I' with using a deadly weapon, I'
Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. home after a three forfeited bond' of, turned to county author- *
nesday and Friday nights at 1 superintendent} ;., charge.. Ant charge of the evening service spent the week with them. over I
A. Vinson pastor, Friday nightat t i weeks visit with relatives in $27.50. ities.
;
the old-fashioned Love Feast will, Among the visitors were Mrs. Recent visitors of Mr. and HIGHLAND
Reno Theatre. Games will
be played and popular music 8 p. m. All members are be held at.11 a. m.. and Rev. Artie Lee Hudson, formerly of Mrs. Eugene,,Pearson were Longwood and Tampa.Mr. Sam liaison, Negro, failureto j Kenneth Clyde Johns, disorderly BAPTIST: CHURCH
provided by Jean Holmes., asked to attend a special]I l L. H. McLendon will deliver Starke. but now living in Mrs. Gregory Sofka< and sons and Mrs. H. D. Barnes yield right"of way and conduct fined $77.50; Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. I
Visitor meeting for election of offi-, the sermon. Closing service of, Philadelphia. She Is the.sister of Carteret N J. and Mrs. are 'visiting' relatives in their" causing accident, sentenced to;1 sentence suspended and put Morning Worship, .11 a. m. and ,

the day at 6:30: p. m., with, of Charlie Hudson. Alice ,Acaro: and f children of old home town of Bessemer.,I thre days in jail or a fine of I, on 60 day probation. //1:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I
Mrs. Bertis Robinson left cers.Sunday services will start Rev. L. H. McLendon, Pa. $15. I John Adolph Ferber, disorderly -
pastor The Pastor's Aid Club will New Jersey.. ,The Pearsons I I I Wednes.day,1:30: p. m.
Wednesday for New York to with Sunday School at 10 a. in charge. Steward Board No. sponsor a number of quartets; took their guests to St. Augu- George W. Rivers has been William Vasco Porsyth pub-' conduct: fined $77.50; i j

visit her sister and other rela- Melton Ellison in 2 is sponsoring. !f .
m-, Supt. an apron' partyat in a battle of songs at 7 p. m. stine and went picnicking to in Aubur dale visiting his; V '- ----

tives. charge. Morning service 11 aYOUiCANTBOY the Masonic Hall on thisSunday in Ebenezer Bap- Gold Head; State Park while mother Mrs. Emma Rivers,: : ,:: "
Brownlee Street. This is th tist Church. they were her" who is on the sick list. I V
last reminder for the ladies Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bowenof .' I .
Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw of ,
Mother Wolf, pastor of Mt.
to wear a pretty apron. All Dora Holiness Church will Palatka_ were visiting their Gainesville visited Mrs. Irene 1|

men are asked to come pre hold services at 5 m. also daughter and, son-in-law, Mr.. Ratliff Mrs. Albert Sparks,!
pared to wear the string of a sponsored by the Pastor's p. Aid and Mrs. Elmer.Higginbotham, and Mrs. Thelma Dyal over:
pretty apron. Refreshmentswill during the week.
i
the weekend. I
l. ee Club. All members and friendsare
'_
i be free. Mrs. Ethel
Young, Mr. and Mrs. James L.
invited to attend. Rev. R. G. Williams of:
president; Harry Young lay- Waters and sons enjoyed the
leader and reporter., Plans are being made for a weekend..at their ,cottage at Starke has been guest speaker 4!

ABEUER TIRE Antioch Baptist Church began Woman's Day program which Grandin Lake Shores. Their at the Graham Baptist] *

its Women's Day Driveon will terminate the fourth Sun- guests were. Mr and Mrs. Albert -' Church and will bring' the i Wish you had
I August 7, and will .close day in August. Watch for announcement 1
YV Sappcnfield of Deland message again on August 13. j
August 13 with the Women's and the D. A. Jones family. Weekend guests of Mr. and i MORE PEP
Day program'starting with .Allen Chapel will observe Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rob- w _
TO SAVE fOllR LIFE! Sunday School at 9:30: a. m.; Men's Day this Sunday, start- ,. erts and Mrs. Nell Andrews Mrs. John McKinney were Mr.\ these summer days? a '
and Mrs. Bill Martin and children -
Mrs. Anna Wright, acting ing with Sunday School, of Starke spent Sunday with I
1 superintendent. Sunday Morn- Homer Williams in charge. Dr. and Mrs.. ;.Earl: ,Roberts at of Tampa, Vincent McKinney j
ing Service 11 a. m. with Mrs. Morning Service 11 a. m. The Jacksonville Beach. Horace McKinney i

""'ien= ""tca Marian Dell presiding, and program will terminate at 3 Mr. and Mrs H. GTurner: and J. W. Hardy, all of Lutz, :
..the.eat. Mrs. Mary Munford' speaker. p. m. with Rev. McKay and of Live Oak visited Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Mc- .1 iti'k
-
... Afternoon service at 3 p. m. congregation in charge. All Mrs. M.L.Turner one day last Kinney and children ofl

'hbe rVfMuter with Mrs. Trudy Allen pre- I club captains are asked to week. ", GainesvilleWILLIAMS. I 4-r
tires we pound for siding and Mrs. Maurice J. make their reports at this Dianne_ Schemehl of Beau- I ::x x

fxwod ftroage?'tow sled... White speaker. Evening 'service time. Each member is askedto fort, S.'C.: is' spending the II

yet ttefn priced alZUPl, 1 y 7 p., m., 'with Mrs. An- report to his or her cap- week with her,uncle and aunt, I

low for..J b G\1.aDt1&! nette Phillip presiding and tain. A. T. Paul program Mr. and Mrs. JL. Waters and I ?. .:. .: i
,- Mrs. Elizabeth Givens speaker chairman; Eddie Thompkins, ,1M 95t j

I Also 'service. from' Allen general chairman.Rev. sons.Mr.. and Mrs. Marvin War- "

I. Chapel Methodist. Church L. A. Sampson was ren and Lynn of Jacksonville I i !

Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor host to a district meeting of were Saturday visitors ,of Mr.j !
Mrs. Louiza Brown, chairman; the Lake City district last and Mrs. J. E. Warren. I i
Mrs. Arata.Williams co-chair- Saturday, along with the mis- Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts i

t Mrs. Mabel Lee..reporter. trict. Everyone attending experienced Mrs. Effie Miner Sunday i '
least
You at doing
by t.
can.save some energy your ,
.( New Hope Baptist,Church, an enjoyable time. afternoon.Mr. i I II : ,,\,
''v' '0 !S !OIt. with Rev. L.,W.'Mosley pastor, and Mrs. O. J. Anders a IJ J I banking with us bv moi//' Ask for free, JINC forms: .). : ...
MILEAGE to tm another will observe Women's Day on and Bill spent Sunday with :',::; 'j." I
great advantage of these incomparable )' .'. ; ( h Sunday, .Aug.. 13."with.Sunday YVVYYyyvvvyyfyyyyyyyLAWTEY Mr. and :Mrs. James Andersof I
.
tires it's like : .
o School at 9:45;: .Mrs. Palm D. Palatka.TYYYVVYYYYYVVYVYVVVVVV. .
y I
getting one tirt free with ,." '
Lawton, acting superintendent
i -
t very three you buy. : :, :' JEWELRY
in -- - -
charge. Morning Worship -
BIG TRADE ALLOW "
*
AKCEL TOO! Stop in.... : 11::15. with, Mrs. EthelV. By Enza BlanchardkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA WATCHES-DIAMONDS
I trade'in your present tires Singleton speaker. The I GRAHAMMrs. FLORIDA'
"
..and drive off with a wonderful *' baby contest will terminate. REPAIRSAll

hew eet of Milemas- Dinner will' be served 'at 1 p. The Woman's Society of John McKinney Work GuaranteedA. .. ._ _
ten! m. The 3.p. m.:service will bin Christian Service met at the : [ -- H
charge of Allen Chapel home of Mrs. Orville Bum- iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMiscellaneous C. Williams : if 11 : 1 N'"K' I r 1til' JtW/Er/ [

Church 'with Mrs. Charlotte garner Tuesday evening with Shower 142 W. Call St. ,-- -, -- ,,. ,- ...- : .. ,. '". ,- ..< 'h- -, __ _. _.'___ __

Robinson,' Aeacher at 'Jones Mrs. H. C. Wainwright pre- For Recent. Bride Starke, Fla. Cf 21 BANKS OF THI FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP.MEMBER FEDERAL W0lf. WIWABCf CORK

Elementary School in Gainesville siding. Mrs. Harley held the Mrs. Billy Broughton, a recent
SILCOXCITIESSERV1CE as teacher. Mrs. Leola devotional. After the business bride was honored with I
Morris chairman Mrs. CarrieM. session there f
; was a playlet a miscellaneous shower on

t Mosley, acting pastor. introduced by Mrs. H. C. Kel- Tuesday Aug., I, sponsored by I I II I :
Come and go with us on a ly, and canted out by Mrs. the ladies of the Graham Bap- EA -

trip to Wiley Park in Jacksonville Bumgarner, Mrs. Wainwright, tist Church. ARI" t BUSINESS DIRECTORY :1 :01

.. on Saturday, Aug. Mrs. Dinkins, and Miss Games were enjoyed by the j!
V 12. A donation is expected. Blanchard. This was a demon- group 'after which refresh-

705 Temple Ave. Starke Fla. Transportation' will'leave'RJE stration of how refugees are ments were served. The honoree -, 1
.., __ '____ _" _n' _..._. I IGainesvWe ,
1 at 1 p. m. Come and enjoy| being taken care of in dif- I received many lovely -".

I ferent countries and what the i AUTO GLASS AUTO SALES &SERVICE: ELECTRIC MOTORS MU&&SUPPLIESLilhanV -" ,

churches are doing about it. gifts.Attending.10this delightful '.. '<-. ..-

Now at Winkler Electric Inc. School The Methodist picnic was held Sunday at Mrs.affair Thelma with the BrOughton honoree were'motherinlaw Mauldin's Crane Motor Co. Electric' Motor ,,".Gainesville, Music; Store'

Repair Co. Lewitt"Stnce
Strickland's Landing on of the bride, Miss LARK ANGLIA .'
\
Kingsley Lake last Thursday Auto Glass OF INC. : 1933KRAK.4VER
Mary Frances Broughton' and ENGLISH FORD GAINESVILLE
rWhere Service Is Assured"Complete afternoon. This is WINTERCABLE ., '
a regular
Miss Judy Broughton, Mrs. Authorized Sales .& Service .' .
( summer event looked forwardto Debbie Hail, Mrs. Ida Jones, COMPLETE STOCK CURVED I "Complete Service for AllMakes" COMPLETE. MOTOR ELECTRIC PIANOS' ;-- PIANOROANS
each year. Swimming was Mrs. Betty Davis, Mrs. Berry
Line the GLASS \ SALES .AND SERVICE CHORD ORGANS 1159-$375
main
entertainment. Sup-
I Miss Dyal, Mrs.
Dyal Faye
.-s 506 E. Ave Guitars':
University
"Distributor of .- Drums Sheet
per was a highlight too. There
Frances Crews, Mrs. Bessie Windshield.. & Door Glass "
were approximately 50 in at Wasdin Miss Betty Jane Morgan v FR 2.4251Gainesville New Lincoln Motors" Music
In Make
Replaced Any
:
tendance. We were glad to Fla. FR 2-8318 Budgets!
Mrs. Gus Wynn, Mrs.
: : have some visitors and hope John McKinney Mrs. Maude Car Or Truck I 1030 S. Main Gainesville FR 6-5931

23"RCAVJCTOR for more next year. Surrency Mrs., C.J. Frazier We Handle, Safety Glass AUTOMATIC 112 8. E. First, Gainesville

Mrs. Rosha Smith Mrs. Mrs. George Rivers, Mrs. Julia FR 6-255S TRANSMISSIONS FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN ,
Mildred Fancher, Mrs. Evelyn Griffis 'Mrs. Alma Leta 1314 S. Main Gainesville ,
-" Spivey, and Mrs.Prances Sapp Sparks;! and Mrs.. J..W. Vice. Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's OpticiansLindsey

: were hostesses to a party wel- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vice AUTOMATIC Inc. ,r... Beekoss, L O. '
coming Mr. and Mrs. Clifton left Tuesday' for their homein AUTO SALES & SERVICE TRANSMISSIONSARE Lenses Duplicated '-
; NEW VlSTATQI Smith in their home here. NEW HOLLAND
'2 BirmIngham Ala. where OUR ,BUSINESS Artificial EnsPrescrlptioDl
This was a lovely affair. A ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON
IMPERIAL
will CHRYSLER '
they ,remain for two or Service & RepairsWork: Filled Promptly!
number of friends and rela- 22 W.: University
three months. PLYMOUTH -VALIANT FR 6-3518'
tives called during the after- Guaranteed Farm Equipment And
: : |*Vtettefjfittumfrom t mair' tai&tofl"a ions? )JI noon and evening. The hos- John McKinney, went to Authorized Sales Parts TractorsFR Gainesville, Fla. .
Tampa last ,week to visit his Lamar PearsonAT \ .
I J tesses served refreshments to [ Service: 6-4385 POWER'SAWS
daughter Mrs. Felton Graves,
the guests. Mr. and Mrs.Smith TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE Archer Rd. GaJnesvilleGARDEN .
I received some very nice gifts. HawesPowersMotor McCULLOC H
.\ 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville
.CHAIN SAWS
, -- Mr.and Mrs. Nelson Blocker j I SUPPLIES
Co. NEW-USED SALES
and sons of Lake City visited

. Mrs. A. H,, Harley Tuesday Johnson & Paris SERVICEFlorida .
TRIM
AUTO
FB 2-2561 ,
. afternoon.Mrs. Saw Co.

'9 SflPifpowtrtol "p6. e ; Hester Hicks returned aua Fns I lea WUAT 204 N. Main, Gainesville Baker Auto Trim Inc. FR C-S4U 1 I".

Vim" tuner gives uniur Tuesday after a visit with her WOMAN:! : ASKS;( Used Can 312 N. Main Complete Line of 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.

patMd performance item ; son-in-law and daughter Mr. FR 6-3109 CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM SEEDSPI.AI'TS- Gainesville
"ard-to-g.tt.Uonl. and Mrs.. Floyd Martin TDUeWTEMMAMw FERTILIZERSInsecticides i.
in Or-
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Headliners ,Arm RestsFloor SEWING MACHINES
A Most powerful chassis tvef lando. s EvaD, TASKS! -Pet Supplies ...
\. In RCA Vidal Muk'.net+ UI""aWIJH.. On Friday Mrs. Troy Ben- LL COL"lUE1tCURY Mats Upholstering 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders':
'erhlttTVI "WI'eSharr. -' nett and ,grandson Wayne, ,-... -4 Lowest Prices 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Singer Sewing
bright pfctms Oft1 Rev. T. L. Howe and family, COMET FIAT RENAULT FB 2-3226 FR 2-0476 Machine Center
RCA s aU..... "VIllI" I
w.IGtJn... .r" ssL and Mrs. Joyce Futch visited Authorized Sales Service-I 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville, Fla. Used Singer Sewing Machines

I Mrs. W. J. Wilkison who is Parts Many, One.. Of. A Kted
I recuperating at the home of LADIES WEAR 'VStArtirt- At 19.85, ?
her daughter and son-in-law; Trained Mechanics Good I ::'. PR 6-6310

liStlftsa.-.1I! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs in Used Can COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION Cherry's 216 W. University Gainesville

,. "'lJt t [If Jacksonville. -
",, -- Recent guests of.Miss Eliza- IZVI' Barkley Motors Gainesville's Most Fashionable SPORTING GOODS
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,. .riii beth Terry were Mr. and Mrs. 615 N. Maia'Grainesville Refrigeration Address For ladies This. ,Area's Most Complete,Lisa
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F. C. Moore and Mrs. Ruth DRESSES SUIT COATS tof Sportiejr Goods *-

., i 'iHE'M England of Jacksonville.Mr. I Service Co. ACCESSORIES Jfminic
ST1INfbYtBLYtTV1 1 Call Us Today Hughes,Inc.
and Mrs. G. P. Shuford
B. & G. 105 W. Gainesville
Motor University
Co. 1113 W. :
University (
Osnesv1lf6
and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu- Owner
Il Sidney Leopold
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\ ERjBUIYRCAjV1CTORTV'9 : And I Inc
ford and Danny have returned v Commercial Refrigeration MEN'S WEAR SHOES "'?. .

slilttl'st' pi tur.-a l m k TJ i... from a trip to the mountainsof Give Your I HILLMANOLDSMOBLLE Air Conditioning -
North Carolina and Ten- Friendly Bob's Shoe
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StorE
CASUAL =
The '
Silverman'
CADILLAC Makers
"esaiet"tearout"andllbounce.: ... Frfeidaire lee
nessee. They spent some time Pyrofar Gas Dealer .
SPORTABOUT ,__ _. ..
'---- : = in Newton, Tenn., which Authorized Sales Service | Sold And Serviced Acytime Shoes,for The Entire Family
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Allf was
fY*.Vita TV latlcuSeene"COiitijlauureaC1UiIU'I lpk S A Chance To Serve apparel for Men and Women FORTUNE FOR MEN:
G. P. Shufonft Parts Gainesville FB 2.8392 '
Strut 1U A ILR home town.
cs TV scenes change/ Our. new Store next to CIIARMJET FOR W4)fZNENDWLELL
it'tvbt(ev.aI.l d&ae.. ,
Henry Bennett of Jackson- ALL I'B1515 Heights FB 6-7700 Florida Theatre *
tlJ$1Ql1I".P.tlar.! RCA sealsltttttalltY. IIoulfroUbJ-st friIJ yule is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 115 8. W.' FOB Ct3ILDBags .
,,' ',. > Second Gainesville FORMAL WEAR RENTALS Millinery) -Accessor ,
"' .cI wl ,- -' G. L. Sapp and family. Mrs. Your: Gas Needs 21 W. *
GAINESVILLE, FLA. University Gainesville.YARNSTOYS
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Sapp is his> niece. -

M3 Elizabeth, Terry was VOLKSWAGEN INSIST THAT ALL YOUR

. the :Thursday overnight guest Sales Service Parts CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE MOVERGainesville
,Winkler Electric Inc. of her aunt, Mrs. Blanch Terry :- THE BEST FROM: Jack and Jill 'j;
=t in Fort White.
She spent Miller-Brown Motors
. ...,.... >. .. Friday night and Saturday}: Edwards BuildingSuPP1Ys MayflowerLOCAL A Complete- Line Of .|
Tarns Needlework NfeUaai
Inc
Sales and with her sister Mrs. c. E.:1: "
Service
Inc. AND LONG Instruction's *
Strickland in Gainesville.
PHONE 964.4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE, Mrs. Hiram Bennett' and i 1030 E. University Ave. 72S S. Main :FR 2-4844 Storage DISTANCE And MOVING Crating .-.,'gobbles"" Games Dens i .it
Joey are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J i ,
Richard, Bennett and> family }tl' Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville FR 6-5324 625 W. University.: Gainfisvllldt

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