Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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STARKE "CELEBRATES"Starke j City Election on Tuesday,
September 12. will have a

presented Its customary "deserted village" i jlonger than usual ballot toI

II. scene on the Fourth of July with a- flag in front of I mark when they go to tht polls I II everybody gets everything he wants in Bradford County's 1961-62 bud-

Alvarez Store practically the only indication of Independence j :in a double-header' event. get it will mean an increased levy of six or seven mills, County Clerk CharlesA.

\ Day observance. I Not only is it the "bir l year" Darby warned the Board of County Commissioners as the annual "battle of ;

Apparently gone forever are the days when the m terms of expiring ter.ns for the budget" got under way here Monday.

Fourth was "really something" in, these parts. Halfa city officials but a special While board members sweated out the all-day budget session they- found
referendum will be held at the
century ago before the advent of the automobile, themselves faced with a .same time to decide:! whether -
Starke merchants, with an eye to business, stayed or not the terms of Stake office I 1. Cutting out or cirtailing 2. Raising millage above its f j Regional Library personnel; _i_ V

open all day on the Fourth and attracted crowds holders will be increased Long Scores A Point some needed and desire! services present 41.25 [county and I and County Road Foreman R. .
from School Board combined levy. J E. Jones. The board membersare Govingtssa::
miles around tvith an all-day program of parades, from two years to four years. orSon 'f'
Gene Long, Bradford Whichever course is taken, sympathetic with them all
free entertainment, sports events! and even a frebasket Up for grabs in September -, -VV V Tells TroublesHealth
I 'I County Tax Assessor, defends it will make some peopie aw- and their need for increased
lunch in the old city:park. will be the offices of Mayor S higher assessments: iiilly unhappy. Asking for increased funds, but they shudder at the
But those, days are gone forever starke now flies Chief of Police City Clerk, thought of Officer A. Y. Cov-
that will bring some 250 additional county funds la moreor adding to the already -
ington (foreground< tells
a flag or two and calls It a day. and two seats on the City heavy 41.25 mill
home owners intotaxpaying less degree are such agen- load the board that
: his department -
Council. Councilmen whose I class. Attentive 4 :__ cies as the Health Department. now being carried by Bradford is In real trouble un-

I Total $261,800 terms are running out are J. i listeners are ((1-r) Lex the Santa Fe Regional Library, County taxpayers. Iess- .
For Month
I D.
Doyle, present. council
Gre/n; : .County Attorney T. Bradford County Civil Defense "Real Trouble"Dr.

I Chairman, and Mrs. Ruby F. Landrum, and Commission unit, the county's Road; Department Covington who obtained

"! June Land Transactions Boosted Johns. Chairman Carl Prevatt. Agricultural Fund, Epecialleave while attending Trawick, TermitesGo

Registration books are now and others. National Guard encampmentat Loretta

open in the City Hall aid will Too OptimisticTax Fort Stewart, Ga. in orderto

j. By Motel Sales Total $$172,500 remain open until two weeks'cefore !' Tax AssessorHolds Assessor Gene Long has present his case to the One Better V

the election. icked up another $737,740 on board, declared that the

.,' I City Clerk Merrill Elwards his new assessment roll, but Health Department "is in real Television viewers{ have

I', Two motel sales totalingaiei I fays that the names of around Fort the $11,000 to $12,000 extra trouble this year" unless the often thought how embaras-

$172,500 total 'June land Pleasant:onville. on residence silver Lake in,Mount$5,000. 150 to 200 voters will be removed this might be expected to pro- county chips in at least $2,000 sing it would be If the door-

transactions in Bradford County from the qualified duce will not nearly meet increased more than it did in 1960-61. knob should suddenly come
Lacy Brown to Orris Morris _
[,( to $261,800. Turner, Starke residence and voter list unless they return On New Values -- demands. The health officer explainedthat off In Loretta Young's hand
I The Desert Isle Motel U. cards that were mailed to Most obvious cause of the the Legislature refused to as she made her sweeping
on land
five acre of $4,500.
them several weeks Theseare county's plight is increase state funds dime entrance at the start, of her
18. 301 north of Lawtey, sold James W Thomas to Mer- ago Tax Assessor Gene Long present a a
I,/or, $70.000 as it-went front the rill Dees, Starke% residence in persons who havnot I thinks one reason for the: coun familiar ailment that mightbe over last year's appropriation weekly program.
j' hands of one Florida orpor South Gate Replat in Starke. voted In an election dur ng the ty's present financial ought is diagnosed as overoptimism; in spite of the demand for Increased But Jack Trawick, countysanitarian

lion? to another. Albert Sappen $6,500.V past two years. The law provides that "we've played too doggone A Study In ,Concentration receipts in the 1960-61 budget : health services and can go Lorettaone

leId. Harry A. Wiley, and\Cari] Guy Andrews, Starke, to that their names snail be much politics" and be, for were over-estimated wii'le expenditures Florida's mushrooming popu- better, and It's all the

Harris, as Board of Directors Robert McIntyre, Starke, lot removed from the list unless one, is cutting it out and let- L B. (Red) Alvarez, Don Champion, and Bill Soto, officers were under-estima lation. Since matching fundsare fault of thosft pesky'ili termites ltia
.of.A & C Associates, Incorporated In Clue they notify 'the clerk to the tingihechJps fall where they ted. Many a businessman or doled out to the countieson at the pounty: Department. -
Country Estates, 1500. of the new Bradford County Rescue Unit, are a study in .
a dissolved Florida ontrary.i housewife falls victim to the the basis of population the V
I -corjH Jewell H. Andrews i ito
Hampton, concentration as vCivil) Defense Director Gladys Scholl requests The ')fOD-
may.Long's atory was tqU
V oration sold chronic ailment. faster growing [such
the motel to A & VernOn opinion- was voiced same areas as
E Associates an Orlando, Flori"fla ,,residence.I. Forsyth.$3,500. Hampton -i ". V at-an embattled session of the I funds for equipment. For instance, this year's Brevard. County. ] are getting I, day to. the. -Board. o! County'
corporation. Cecil .C.'Melvin, Brooker, to Race Track, Funds County i '"''Commission, 'sitting 1 I Fine and F Forfeiture Fund will the lion's share of the money Commissioners' by Dr. A.'Y.

I The Starke 301 :Motel, on C. J..Stalnaker, Brooker, resi- Slightly,.Off V V as: a V Board .of Equalizers, Shot While Running fall about $17,000 short of the while Bradford will actually Covington,:county.)health -
North Temple Avenue, brought dence, '- Monday'morning when three amount budgeted. For whatever get $2,468 less in 1961-62 due fleer, In decerf&Bf meeded
$102,500 when sold by ,Ray. ':Lawrence$4,500.: ._-.La.mee Sr., Clay From Last. Year Bradford',County'taxpayers appeared Mental Patient Wounded reason-whether the result to its small percentage of Increase .- unit repair work Church at Street.the health.

mond E. Rusnak, .Starke, and County, 'to Evelyn A. Haney.J t to:question,the assess. ;I, of safe-driving campaigns, Dr. Covington said. on
JJary: Anna Vlnay; 'Joined by .A, final..distribution! ,of $2.- V or more lenient polices of giving Repairs! Needed The 'tmat.bad. .
lt_rke, 10( ; ac ts' of land with or's .revaluation) their property Trawicfc'-wfat
her husband,' Henry J.. Vinay I residence.,000.. 600 inrace, track money was ;under;a formula..he' "s id Mistaken For Prisoner warning ticket instead of Since state funds are distributed that to open
f other,
the "
closet door
West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, to 'V' 'Th ni "Cadence" Orr,, San received -by.- "T7 the>: 'countv- ,on'-\ provided"a,needed yardstick.. levying.so many fines,,t.i1e fact on a matching basis, a ; day I

Ralph P. Borchardt.' .' '\ otonio' ;:rexas-and! 1 Joyce OrrrUcin3H.joine June\30, bringing a .;to. "<&:;. total.' ., JFjirit ;to .dissent -was', JL 'XGreeniwht)1 : l An escaped Negro mental-pa-: his'-feet"ahd' runnfngv;" Sermons .. remainsl.that: ,Bradford's' highways -. its i1.- the county wou1d'steP 'up off and la/hljT-hteJ the-esgre, : facing,*V Dr.. ,V came COTIngton f

Third largest' sale of the W by..her, husband of $187.600 the amount( ; received" said;that his home I Uent, Joe Sermons from Ramp- rounded the corner Tsy p : "aren't the rich.source of, contribution, the new declared.

IP month for, $21,000 was a parcel' .. Arthur ){. Watkins ,PierTmoijtvvNew'york from .this:source during previously: assessed at r $8,000 ton,!was wounded early last Friday Johnson's Feed and Grocery r revenue, that they were teveralyeariago. budget by) $2,000 makeup; :-and

of land adjacent. to/Setzer's' on i to Walter P.: the current fLsc1y. -eax, :. 'over'. **the,$5,000' 1961-62 it should forestall
South Avenue. W. A. Bridges Costly ,
Temple' t.i Starke : carry'a I f'
ke, 5.79 acres of land nonxemptyaluexof. mistook him for a dangerous Rosser, in another patrol l .
[' Stern, of Starke. ,who had own- with residency $12,000. Last ,:year each Florida : $13,660 under Negro escapee from, the State I car, next spotted Win{ coming On the outgo side of the ledger further cut in 1962-6.J, Dr. t. )

[. ed and operated servIce station : ;Em6ry X5.: ,.Benton-. BenjaStafke'parjceliOf. county received. $ 8B'iOO; 'or top. 's Aew fgrmula; :Total I I Prison at .Raiford.. V back up an alley between John- ., cost of. bridge materialswas Covington said. .' No. One HurtThat's '
at that :ltjcation, Sold the: "'-- ; Sl.lOO" ; .1bi vtib'home-wbu'd: be budgeted at only $3,000 He pictured the health unit V
V < was1re-
; closely Dad.
'fu % / : \ more than / ,iaxes> > A Sermons description so son's and Big I
I land to Devon. Corporation" of' lai4,10lkc; :: ; \ f.,-,il ceived'during'fhe.ctrre'f' ( sea-'.:around'"-.$.pQQ..,;V,yea"rGreen I fitted that of escaped Rai- After firing five times at| white .9OOO"has already beenspe.riV'fpr on'Church Street as in a deplorable '
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; Miami; V '.: ;mM': :X'-.. McCormick: V .to I V : a1d.; J. } '";' ,t : f ford prisoner, Willie Range, 22, the widly running Sermons and that purpos That condition because of CallStret :
i\ A second s\rip 'of;land, ,"gO ; .! son. He Is'or1y one typical instance of neglect of'repairs in recent ,. >
SljaU'.Qf/Flbrlda') ::: ,. ,.127:acres of6rht4way : ,J./Doddvwh6.:'said that officers_ had to compare.8I missing, Rosser headed him; off !
|feet wide and also adjacent to a"p. .'. for U. S..V During,1959-60: a' total, of knew. |t. was. /unpopular to ;I photograph. of Range with Ser- with his car while other offi underestimating."This years but said he had around "

l-Setzer's I was ';sold. b/,Thelma" Hrfr $ ,OOO. '. ; j $12.642.900 ;was distributed. to protest taxes, declared' rita bill mons before they could be certain -cers caught him. was Just the year for $2,100 in reserve'that he could SC n OC I

I 3t Dyal and \Vl1li .n. A. Andrews 1 ,Xiiton.'j/tZacek) : : to State of H'1 Florida's 67 counties,, corn- would mount-to to $233.2C"under they had the wrong man. Sermons was transportedback bridges to wear out," Clerk use forthis purpose without '

to the Devon Corpora., 'idwa/2Q2: ::acres, of land fot Spared'I 1 with $12.569,200 in .the' new; assessment which according to Starke Policeman to Macclenny mental hospital Darby says somewhat mourn- calling on new county funds

I: tion of Miami for $5,000. f.a.y, ':for, U. S. 301, ; e''condr d exc sSive. William E. Rosser. Range who the same day he was shot, fully. I Mrs. Scholl presented a Civil 3.CithashupV

The two.pieces of 'property $t10Q.; t 1 1960-61. [Confirmed On Page' Five] escaped from the Faiford prison -! after his wounds, described as Commissioners listened ; Defense budget of$2,100 [not

will be used'for additional d.t r ;, 4i V i last Thursday afternoon I! "not serious' by Starke police, through most of Monday to Increased I including the county's $600

I parking area at Setzers. INqLile/n/ Cuba He Says V : .; was described as very dangerous were treated at the Bradford budget requests and share of her $1,200 annual my automobile" >
of sales ,
Prices are figured i and fired several shots at County Hospital.Escaped. had naught but praise for the talaryl. Most of this amount Adalalde Cjrowson said as she '

|, from documentary tax stamps!I guards before they recapturedhim. heads of the agencies concern ] would go for equipment for I sat amazed at her,desk in the .
affixed to deeds filed in the See story adjoining. ed. the newly organized Biadford Bradford County Telegraph
office of the county clerk. Only': ; Sermons who had escaped Convict County Rescue. Unit. Last '
[I, transactions of $1,600 or mor 1, ;Exiled Cuban MinisterIS : To County Health Officer year Wednesday afternoon and
from the mental hospital in the county budgeted $250 '
are listed here. Other sales Dr. A. Y. Covington, they said, ony watched. her ,driverless car go
Macclenny, was first sited for Civil Defense materal; and
"Doc, you've done a good Job- by on the Call Street &!sidewalk.
were: about shortly after midnightlast After equipment. The mystery 'was:soon explained i
.one of the best in the state.
John D. Patterson CIa, .1
fi Castro's Friday morning on Brownlee -I 'when'
County to David B. Kegley; s RegimeS Similar bouquets went w Mrs. Salary Increases however, theCrowson's
: Street near the train depot I I
Gladys Scholl, county directorof Suggested increase in 1958 Dodge was followed -
of' land
Jacksonville. parcel
12.000. ., by Starke Policeman Billy I Reign Of TerrorA I' Civil Defense; County Agent [Continued On Page Five) by a 1980 Chevrolet
.... .>. ,....- ..-,. Overstreet. The officer stopped rJ"fvpn htf A fl'V flp.Al/< flhinwomarVIoieA.Wallace.NO '
David B. Kegley Jtckson.j' -
and began
his got out
Ii .. car I :
vttle. to Fred B. Kegley 'Jr., ... .
AsPuppetOf'Reds'; :,c" I questioning Sermons, thinking) Baker County fanu'y was one was ,injured In.the three
of ... _
I Jacksonville.. parcel ) 4, .'.
I" { him to be Range.
land.\\V :: ..:,4'' ..it.. t terrorized shots were fired at ij car smashup.Mrs. .
$3,200. | ..i ;:;".r Sermoase Runs, Is Shot i
i Elmoe Hampton to Id.gtateiHom i V :: :.;, : "... uarth, and a stolen car Wallace, after .turning
Inc. Florida !:V "Castro's. government will t if .. ', .' Cf. ,-:' ,'' When Overstreet tried to get I wrecked before the second of the corner at .Temp1eJAvenue' V
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I ... ..:? ,.. '" Sermons into his car, the Negro f and Call Btreet lost control
i 'f ;" from the State ,
residence .$2,900. useany excuse, or no excuse .. "'i" .".4' ,. :-"'" ,'- -'-., escapees __ _
Virginia Sibley Kelly (widoW': at allT to put a person"in Jail," '" .'.............:tt f.."..>, .;' *..\1 f r':. .. y.'.?,-: .. and mental west patient down jerked Brownlee.loose f[ Prison at Raiford was caught I I j of her.automobile' as she attempted '
'. _
ilL H'-4 \ ..'::! ran I :iast' Saturday morning.An to park behind heCrowson's
of W.. L. Sibley, deceased), Joinfi i states Luis*Diaz.de 'Awe, an ',", When he would not stop,.Over- }; r
ed by her husband E. L. Kelly;:i exiled Cuban 'now 'Uvi 1g' in jjI .1" Jli 1-f! .-:c\':.' escaped mental patient, car already carked J ,
forced to'liaye'hihome1ani ilii '" street hot him with his serv- thought to be one of the V on Call Street in front.of the j
Harold G. Everett. Jacksonville -[Starkeafter. .being : o .
to ; :: ,
: ,. a flesh ,
; .. ice pisetol, Inflicting office of Boils
;.!.' ., wounded by officers Attorney f
residence in Mount Plea,* : ,when "deikOuriced".byihe .:; ::,-.}"" prisoners was !
gant on Silver Lak,' $5,500.V : \ Castro regime. ',. ..:"...<,; :: wound in the ball of his left 'in Starke early Saturday Knight. j iRunnthgV 1
next to the big toe. '
Virginia Sibley Kelly:(widowof I, :'0!.CUba\1M'exiled minister .'.. ," .i foot morning when he ran wild. .Mrs, Wai- j
: : Leaving a trail of blood'when police attempted 'to :ace's ChevroletJumped\ the !
W. L. Sibley deceased), joined lays.., "People''outside: ( '
by her husband.'.L..Kelly; jh'dtfCuban life has Sermons fled into a vacant lot, question him. See stery adjoinJig. -. curb, clipped of f two parking.

to Herman W. Gradick, Jack-. been' Hesfroyed.recohomically, back of the Starke Motor j meters, bent another, hit the i

morally,: tnl'tnery way." Parts Company and hid. Joined Willie Range 22-year-old Crowson car,and pushed it>up

.. ': AJJ exarnple -of. just, how badthinhaAott ? ( by Officer Rosser Overstreet i ii Negro Raiford inmate is: back _the tldewajk and over two

What IsCommupism 'I i : : is :Olaz de IkviV ? i flushed the ,Negro out of thei behind bars after a stolen more parking'' meters before ;

\;Arcfc:htht'Deno, lced" by vacant lot. At this point of- day's freedom after ne and hitting yet another automobile. e

? die Castro regime after a prokpastro I I icials. of the prison, Bradford. another Negro inmate Key and finally eofcinr: to rest. *
and Union County Sheriffs Departments The crows t car was beni in
: *cpidier ,was; ambushed Kelly. 27, broke and raa from a
;neat a Methodist.church camp and the Florida V a crew hoeing sugar cai-e near --- V- both :front and. rear.ends but e
';t Highway Patrol joined in the fired no estimate of .damages was I
:' 'J."Which' He)Is/director as part the prison. Guards .on
Attend'METHODIST : .. Cars Play Leap-Frog On CaD Street
::1 .. chase. the two during the escape but available. The Wallace automobile
hIsS 'executive ,
;Qf ,Job,.as secretary .. '.. ; l
\ MEN'S : I :of 'Board of, Education of .-. '. .",-"",..# ''' ; Dog On Trail missed. Kelly was, recaptured ,. ,,-.-' .was not damatcd. e
k.. "'-i--t Ch; l'th. he felt '.- '. Union County Sheriff John I shortly after the break in. a .'. '.' c. l After &aveiingappraxi.* a I
MEETINGMondayJu1y\ ..'.. I % pi4qi .' to leave his home* Whitehead, with the aid of his I!I cornfield near the prison by -" "; g:3.' ';., mately JSS feet; the two cars I
\the'! same day he heard of the I -. --' I,bloodhound.' Rock.' ..trailed SerI -i Union County Sheriff John L _. ,.-... ,...- came to feat in.front: Oien's !
10 back across the railroad: Whitehead with the aid of his Department Store
:pronouncement against him. de Arce .and family read much awaited mail from I mons ; about two I
track into lumber yard owned -) bloodhound. Rock. ; fed before '
7:30 P.M. I It made no difference-to the Cub Most of the mail is censored before it.is allowed to' a "'" hitting: a large. *.' ;
regime that Diaz de Arce was[ the country. by Starke Mayor W. T.,' Range. however, eluded pur- plate plus .window. A 1961
lot'near 'the in the I i I (Billy). Jackson where he hid suers and made his way to Chevrolet, owned by James W. scambray Mountains camp but at| Standing back of Diaz de Arce,'from left.to right, Is Marie in a pile of lumber until 5 a., the home of Gerald Grffis on McKenzie Savannah Oeor k

-. his home' in.Santa Clara; he LiiU 'Jrn and Ana. Sitting with him, Is. Mrs. 'Diaz de Arce m. Friday morning. J i I S. R. 23 Just inside the BakerCounty' _-:7' .'. gia, against .whicJL.the two e

was-.:'still blamed for the, inci- j and their youngesichlld, ch .ries. L' .- At light-Sermons crept line. According! to _____...' can stopped was damaged b .

fe ent. Upon.hearing of the de-\ from the lumber and hid again\}[Sheriff Whitehead. Griffis a- ,.. slightly In the right real fen- p
This Space Contributed ;, Methodist Church in Cuba, de Arce':is: now 'employed by der. McKenzla's. wife 1
.nouncement, he immediately, behind-a telephone pole ,at Big j icoke to find the Negro standing .. sister ..
''serving all the Methodist, the Methodist Church in .'. and two children in the
Weekly to Publicize took his family to Havana by ; Dad Manufacturing Companyon over- him: with a knife. were
\'pus.*The next day the entire churches in his' country. He i,starke. as. grounds-keeper and Brownlee street.A atrol car,!' Told he would' harm his baby i car'but were not injured.

l Community Events by :famUy came'to the United also taught at the Evangelical i maintenance superintendent occupied by prison guard and) if he' did not do as he was :, {. The Savannah family had l

.S&tes t by' 'plane. leaving be- Theological Seminary In Ma-I Hes has -been, in Starke sinceApril Officer Overstreet flmhelS&nons J told..Griffis gave the p- sonerf stopped "J&f long enough to

: The Community .Und th ni.* .their home' andmoat' tanzas in: easternCuba, commuting ;Tbutrfled: 'Cuba ,lal L,Sep.-V from thind 'the pole.f his.:car, a. rifle, and some :( ,, get a CbkXf V .

of tiefr-belongings there'from his homeYIn tembjjr _and.went to Memphis, I Ifce lawmen J Jumped fr\l.11i I money. '" Assistant Police chic Cor- ,
V1. Santa Clara. in central Cuba, Tennessee. His family Joined ,
; State' Bank ; Since' 1943 Diaz de Arce had I i their car with guns ablaia, one, Taking the automobile and cellos Moore theorized that : .
1 beenVexecutive' secretary of, three days eacn week.V him: here'thi e weeks ago and.;jof the guards hitting jthe'Negro apparently getting: his 'direcIContinued .' the e5-year-oM-Mri'Wallace '

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II : ..., : # .,. ', '; : I Wayne's 'Alamo'Set I accounted for some failures. HIGHLAND I
'. : ; : tI .. ". ., For Park Landowners would do well to l BAPTIST CHURCH THE RIGHT POINT for th1
.t.. t bi1 Farmer'sDiary1Iy I. fence nlantations and i *
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: School, 9:45 t pRay you write. Come in and
Sunday : a. m.
A-,. ., : ....: .. .. r e., Sam McGarvey This WeekendThe I I keep livestock out lvle the I Morning Worship, It.a. m. and:.elect your favorite ESTER,!

eedlings an- small, ii was 7:30: p. m. Prayer. Meeting each(t BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEif'GRAPH.

i for, 0pfJm/s/ ; f'' immortal. 'story of the i i! .:. -.d. I I Wednesday, 730: ,.p.. m. ....... i
fight for Texas.Jndepa.denceV.toli j -
> >{ i 1k + loaded with green, red/:and purPle J "
,, fruit. Woman at the \ !: in-The Alamo spec-
,scene. -- ----
':: ;- QVIWfgfcfForiIr/ / ilJ&dl" b saidithe: plums were. "no good" 'acular i $12.000,000 Technicolor i]
I' / but added that the varmintsgo film production showing; at I| :
'I : Have the summer doldrums got you The City of Starke _"getting its ;; them before she could, so the Park Theater Sunday Come In And See:

I down? Business seem to be in more or ducks .in a. ,row" with. a view toward we suspect it is a case of "sour ,through Tuesday.The .
: fleas olarsJump? Collections slow? Overhead i f 't' 'r"V F historical story was
; plums"N
I financing extension of sewer lines, 'ad: Our New Line Ofm'vaation
: mountiif""daY? Theri.cKeer S. tiimed entirely in Texas, only ; '
I up! .Don't' .: ;;Bradford County short. ditions to disposal plant, and other im- -- Alice .canned some tomatoes a, few miles .from where The I
At noontime these days that[this week The Lawtey area Alamo remains today as a I
JtStalways kcal before the provements.
\ .just' sun is right smack overheadand had national shrine. It was at this I f
-'" dAw4 one of the 'best tomato
t1i| ere
anA indicationsthatret
, :- 'e/strong Creation of a Bradford County Development if you stay out in it too crops' this year and.one grow famous mission-fortress that. Homes

: dfUJl hfasiness activity will'n Authority with ;funds at its long the "bear" will get you. er said he was very pleased .the exciting:! careers of. threeof j

: soon:be._ : ibis, community.vs Almost daily, showers cool,I with the B1gBoyandBlg,, ( Ear:", America's most COlOrfUl'
disposal l. to assist in bringing industry and often it I ,
: : .': things off though iy varieties. He said that there personalities were combined
wkY to the county, or to aid :the development is cooler here in sub-tropical, were'55'tomatoes on one stem.' rind where they ended in ::
Righ -.,twl.Yt..a -vs of other of the
any phase coun- .
S w1ll soon be completed, and the country. Every quail hunter Richard Widmark plays} the

: count ,.fs-i.f :;th..important project ty'.s.economy. that the birds can move fast fiery Col.. Jinx Bowie, and

IE ls'h.o rfo trby.f Indications that improved methods Enjoyed a day at the v < on .the ground! ,, but it is alsotrue I-awrence..,Harvey is Col. \ViI-": .,.-_...__ ,
\ shore over the holiday week '' that they migrate, long ;tam Barret :Travis, the""ntrep- j :f
?? C9Ji.tra c! ;iP1=;. r e-surf a c in g portions are' having dramatic results 'in ,reestablishing end. 'Went to Crescent Beach d/stances. The Game Commis- id 'commander of 1 80',brave +" \

of: Stsf\ lflWhlPAr and J State, jload 16 the :strawberry. industry. ,in and ,on the strip leading from I'on:reports,Jthat a banded 'bird men ,who gave their lives, for;: *----- ,.
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;1::: utjfafpxdt]: n ; yuf 11. soon be I let. 'l : : I Hastings the shore saw a re'eased in Kentucky was found .'.he. cause of freedom every-} 'ik ., -- r

-....'., "'''''.,1'' :." \;, /_" ..., ...... Bradford! ,,as. we" llas" -other. :agriculturalcrops. i l' moist. beautiful display of sweet our months' later. ;near Fort .t\' 1erer. Richard. Boone makes t
n.idi DAAejxed,0J1.'. :" mode1iit ."!.- '/ .. .. |i>ay; trees' in 'bloom.. At the White; ,. a distance of '740 'miles.children amemorable.westappearance.astle, i r

:::. .. Stark ,'post..or '' 'J' .1.-1"/; iit J beach, ., Alice. was fascinated by. : dynamic..Gea, Sam ( = ( t
J -W' fice ".' ?' &'. '; .. .. .. v ::Tjte ipossibjiity; securing:{ \ ,'match-- a jflockvof: "J'"pouch pelicans wAmori r. 1 3 r tj'-: >f

,,,:. ," .. .. : *ingfjtfids for:the',,conslrucVion 'of.an which;flew by in formation.. Two- died contact recently -Jfthfl Wayne who directed t
!...... t..n,1 t\m4: .' as a_ result of with I
..." \&\Q'Y'b for'tlia"PI-. ,a. ri-t. agriculture I v, nd livestock\ >cenf6r", i in .7 chemical insecticides. 'Burn or .wwell/as, produced the.:film;.;
I.... 9Jt. ,Yanri< .Opening date for tobacco stars the Te-nessee
junce Bradford County I aU .wo. as 1
surplus poisons or
bury i
!=. and should !bjiB? er consbilc{ i 1.i.in..the .u' ? markets'.her in the Florida.sacks: and then you'll be sure, backvroods. ex-cohgrevsmani i
;. '?J not&"tailt i future. ;r e.final jlizaii9n, b.y our )local Gedrgia belt v ll be on or aboutJuly that no harm will be caused I Col. David Crockett. Frankiej I II i----

r ':i. ''A* .merchant s.. ahat .souiethi nk. ,must f beg :,27, according ,to war e- later. Avalon, teen-age, singing idol,] .
;. $7,000000; plant forxtrartln idone4orea: ial a .the:businessteommu-, housemen.Our growers here o, portrays Smitty, the heroic,4 ,
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hydrocarbons:from ire"btlsY.:cropping, andJ:curing, young messenger. S K .
,nits{( and'the/pJroni.otion of ra.:caihpaighia With terries.making a come-
= 'assured for'the'courity,1withseems f'.1Ji! :'unless rains j!,interfere*the .
1 ,'winybac some/tif i the.busihessthathasbeen : back, and -'thCt big. boost in I "
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should 'market t '
rbe eadyiby '
::: :start' : of*construction i awaiting,; nly A for lost .through'
final 'approval"by the Federal Power. out 'oftowri.: : t '.. ....., Bradford. County; is taking on Show 72 Per Cent '
Commission.The ,. 1 a new ,>aseoiiltter' But while
-*; Saw'some patches I
construction ''; ; is listed Survival Rate 1 THE VINEWOOD IN
n'upswing locally : poultry raising as a "
; 9J:?field--corn:in the county this pnlara.rl 1
.: possibility! ,that t : time .that isn't in i I,
awrv -job so
,.-, Become mi&i including the,' completion. ,of :a 'new: .eekApparentip these I,plant- part : VALLEY .11"0'.1
'Tests conducted by the ---
.r .thet81fa -of a { .the- of: berries. You try -
: newt.pQtato.chip group;;of'houses: inj3aratpgavHeights! : : ?.ngs"were?not"damaged.by. the case I
factory-'if-the SitYcan equip its'.sewage .. ; part'time t.anningo.fthat;: crop, Florida Forest Service indiI -
and:the promise of-more'to come when Bought ,as ,much i as ,those on! One Of Our New
disppsaJiplant: fd take care of 'wastematerials. these:.are sold: 1tJ1.er.land';. : .in.- ,the,: Alachua-, andsyptfll'wind!; up, with aparttime I Sate that 72 per cent of the|I Vacation Homes '1 : 'LUPlII'

pt hrist"Colum1a'! county ar, yield. r more. than 171 million pine ;, 9 'j ,
P w ... .. .'c! -
>' > r.The:close observer will ?
\ \ undoubtedly -; as.- !
seedlings planted
a :
,A strong;demand. for; tita'niuni-'pfg- think ;of- many other indicators that. ., ee .e. .Finally :found, some ripeel. are still surviving. year ago ;I Basic House $2,284 it f
mentSi I ul1Nc
assuring' continued'. peakopera : + .:A- rotary,mower'part (PTCshafty I derbefriesthis week.We've 111iGNlN LINit
tion we have overlook'ebrbut these are suf- : I 'The Forest Service considers ; Livable, . . $3,800 I
= of'the'two'du'PQntinining i g'opera i ficientto: show for belongfaig. to the Soil! seen: l tswi'bloom.andplent- } -
tionshere.., In fact; 'so strong-is the cause optimism in Conservation '.Districtwas losJ; of, green fruit;.'bat, ties ,was this survival rate excellent in i Finished$4,140 I
tBe months to ., -'-
:: current. dern nilthat Hu.Pont has cancelled \come, { sp .dpn't let the last; week t>n"US-301 be.wee n I the- first; ;fripe! berries. we've view of the fact tha pine -t--5\\\\ ., I' E
its cheduled quie.tness,.onihe..busines.s front the, Farmers. Market, and, .the fOund:: Alices wanted i.to.gather seedlings are rarely watered -

.. and will 'opiate, yacajibhshutdown, .cause undue ,qi may. If summer doldrums -> road leading to\Doyle.:Conner's s! some to. mak ;elderberry Jelly. fertilized staked, or otherwisecared No Down QI n.u''w
: 'a a the summer. continuously ..through. come, can.'fall' activity'beiar. be- farnrf where-it.was tobe-used): "."S '. for. i! Payment 9I j II

hirid? The SCD asks that the findei Lots of traffic on the roads :In cases where pine seedlings -' I II
return it to the office next tc these 'days' Florida people 'had a ;lower survival i
going ON YOUR LOT -- .-- --
One Me .., ;
Taxpayer Pays; .... Lawson's. Meat Market or cal Li]I up country, and persons -rate-itwas found that lack of '
5 : ,, ST-2-3993 and Sam will corm from up there coming down 'ground :preparation for plant-i
.r. A t I S.'H :.M' 0.: '1 ::. j get it. here, all of, them "hunting the 'Jng, or a poor choice of site :
. ,11 '" ys. ,e. r', ; shade." And.all the while, it i is ,1\\'as the ,main cause of trou-
by Corporation
A ; '" -, : .r !- Found wild under :ble. .This, ,and improper handling i I E HHOMES H
County Tax Assessor :Gene a couple; of plum I close by; the. nearest big i -
i f.. \ ..Long- to seta, ; 'fair/and! .reasonable..' value, on trees this week and they were!t tree seedlings or poor planting -

thinksth'ere"are''pe: lein! the county property, using, a. yahdstick, th tvill, 1 technique accounted for I
: who woul+Llik"e:: {{o cut' : throat yone' 60 per- gent.of failures. Graz-: 400 ,v. MADISON ST. PHONE 964-8641
"t.c. ), ... my ;. but. snag re'-e rer: .i ,yciiiB.HJP VPUl ,a1i W.. 11 $27.50 ingbyg :

:- it is..comforting. tp ;J knovf 'that, ,at,::J least i is.then theh .j jdbpftle.MGuniCpmmisaicp'to ;,t } III Arether Martin Negjo, usOng .. cattle and hogs alsoji!
one Starke-taxpayer,'whose assessment takeihisvilu; s iandr.Adjust?theirmillagfrTrUpioiv.dowh I| 'car'without owner's permission ',-:0-: .. ., ..

: lit, ,;; was -sliarpljr. :increased.i by 'Long's; 'revaluation : #t o' take-care :.of: *?. postponed. until July I II
X1/11. isn't iamqrig.the' th&couutsneeds'If, .the values,' asset L Lr I I I
program, : Ronald Jarvis, vagrancy;
: :: : b r'the- tai'assessors; 'give? ;the 'Commission 'five days. I FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE .
utter .
'. i lipre. money ',than .needsat : Dear Mr. Matthews r:

; S.t : orngy lil-- and-Bradford-Couh-* '' < pi sen.tmlllages| then the taxpayermfghC ;Just', a..note to. thank 'Ou' fo Marriage Licenses STARKE, FLORIDA
':.111" f y ,1 Represerlta. lye.} 1. /Thbniaqqqp. 'r. -\vell insist that .the ..inl11: ge be :the'kind words cohcernihg our -

meets's( : l reduced,. .y itioat-ramp; projection .SantaeLake The following applications .
) } : and-the part Lulayedij.Really for marriage licenses' have been I STATEMENT OF CONDITION .

3\ in wmchfhe tojd-the .assess( x- .he,.'had *$\ '.lira's.; fjPWenws.fti.!{ .JftwWsnje '- : : my role: is .small, made at the -office of County, : 1 .
.. no objection .tp 'iheincrease! :'assess. tJn as e pressed by -seveiil.Commi&ife C considering the work Barry .Judge T. A. Yawn: ,' "Condensed from Report to Comptroller .

ment on,,hIs '-home,' '4nd whipjimentedMA ?,lUiationff, ; :.wa.doa11fa', Gdrbin and James, Willis do Marvin ;Dewayne Elder," .. ; .'
Long onhis ..Y rtl "- ti.Ji rogram.t'It ,an4 twisei tioua. 9b: :mH111 prQgtam'of..rc installing the Tamps,' ana, the Starke; and Eleanor Janet Ak- ii ". June 30, 1961 .I'".'p'Ji.1.;.." .:z "

: i1l t10n. :Th e headaches Jerry Banks en ridge. Keystone Heights' '. t" .. ,:.'i.. Jj;.
," + : _ssor, ,himself 'r.** s vl ._ -.;. J' 'S,
is refreshing': ¬oitbatratleastone ,has;said ftha t i-c fent counters handlinet! administration Ernie Council Griffis, Law / f ;. 1 ;)$.
assessments ,
> } i are \ "r'' !. r.L 1Ir-
Bradford County* ; of the statewide project tey;; and Judy Frankie Griffis; f ; .; .1t.' ; 1 .
taxpayer sjjemsf, based Jon; jYtjap ers ihas; and, not l ,"\ "' ; .. I
Tallah ,
' \ J1 to s : in; SS ee.h Starke. : Resources ,t< \ ii!. ..: ., :
rlealize.tlafllj{ | : vHo''daice' miist 'WHO-lie: : isnd.were..rrived'abwit ,. .' lfIT, ; T \I
: (1.
We all thank you for the '' :
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1paylth.e.plper.. and if. to Carl .Francis McKinley, and .t,' JC i
therCQuht.yia.: > one'.. thought. iuind'Fairness, to-ill, article will'doa' lot to ex : 1.C I

be continue prepared,to.progres;to help pay.its the.citizenk;cost.;:must. partiality, ... to' hr no. one."" plain our future programV-Bradford: and heu&in'the La Rosemary tey. Manning, both of ,Loans and Discounts :- :. .' <: : ,:.tr: :j: '. 1543,497.81 !
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1hls; 4s.no.brief__1 ; + for higher) taxes. assessor T' Ve{belie: !:done that'! just.that,:,.Qlllthe, ; whole.theihi The taxesoup County?' Sincerely. Leaman, and ,Shirley Allen Temple. Ann ,Green Tampa ., Banking House, Furniture. .&.Fixtures. !>-i!;.!.:;..: ..';'. ..::ti.,J-''.!$.. ".;.. ;' j" '. 11412.01 I

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Nb one likesto' pay 'em- -least. jofrall ') vyv-illibeiithejresult'of. the mill- Bob Starke. : 1, .: jIpf..J' I,
,when,, it is.ifelt that, the tax"'d ll r.ds' .a(erasseta} by the;-County Commission= Game &: Fresh Water Albert Wayne Bradbury, I Other Real Estate Owned .,. .. ;; Jacksonville, and Joan Ellen ., ........ "
'being-spent unwise] ,But this is.nof Fish CommissionMAYOR'S '. : .' .. ::: > .. \. I'
y tat I
should : "
: e; :;assessor not 'bear: tHe Hall,. Starke.Mitchell Prepaid Expenses .
:: fair.of the,'tax'' ass ssor. 'It- is his'.,.job resppnsibility. for that. Grady Crawford, ., :- ,..."... -,. --- -.. ..-'. .' 940.99 i!I.
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New,Drivers COURT and 'Wanda Norsworthy, both, Accrued Interest & Income Receivable >. 22791.71 r
_Law, of Starke. 1' .
I 4i. Just eight cases' came be J. W. Hendrieth, and Louise U. S.. Government. Securities j$ i ; ''I'
fore { 2080413.98;
Mayor T.
seaU.yQu,) l SimpleSome ; Billy Hudson both of. Lawtey. .: !
; ''Jackson .,
Mayor's Court Norris
Wayne Thomas,
--. for Keystone : i Florida ,County .&' Municipal Bonds : 394,640.05 :: I
r Monday" a light roliday Heights, and :Margaret ;
people seem to be tryirigvtomake renew", your license ,until 'July ,or Au- .weekend session. d II
Pauline Whitehead, Jacksonville t.
something complicated: t':of'thef g p !t62" :!.:!";r : fi(; \ r'" ,. \ :Frank Bennett, Negro; ,. dis tjil'I Other State & Municipal. Bonds 137,878.77 I

new, drivers license law, when .!iHsi:really l. .Aft !the ;j1 WtSJY8t !n..g.oes-antolef- orderly. conduct forfeited bond John Allen, Starke, and Bette Cash '
quite simple, once: .du''. understand, 'fect':. ..,each;' i lrer.'Wmii>eiieiv.liis lieeusev' e .of $27.50. Jewel Heath, Lawtey. on. Hand & Due From Banks 204,481.73 2,840,206.24 "I .j
: s:two y. :iin:they moritlf' of His 'Frank Bennett, Negro, dis James William Luke, and: ] ,
it .!h:G ; : playing another's drivers license -, Frances Parsee $arrell, both of j ...I. .
t Under the new system!. aac1'...:anve'rl. I4.;!.. ;.forfeited bond of $37.50, Starke. ] TOTAL ,. 4,432,657.05 !

I' vHl'"renew. his license! evexytwoe' T3iis: ;seems,'f6beia;; gRo&law;? and .George Gaston 'Nei o. irriJohn Carlton Griffis, LawteyJ -. I \!

DURING THE MONTtt'TtiP\ ,It'2L S, County Ju4ae-XIA.,1&inriii8)] ? ;tt; Will ', :proper passing. forfeited bondSamuel and Patsy Ruth Thomas,!I : . .
.. 2 .X 2 t :_ 0f"$37.s0.. Starke.. .1 Liabilities ... ;, I
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I ;BIRTH. ;( Io 1Wva):: annreU VijIj'Na; 1 Did '. ; ; ; :- < ,
: ]srvin-Do mer, run Kirby Alexander Thomas, and) I : ', ', )'.:. ,.' '
oni.heretofniehen'e 0 ;. : ./ .- i
a ; ; &d s ning red : :? % ,!> t '
light, forfeitei bondof Ethel Alice 'Lorenzetti, ; ; I
both '
law <
The take of[ ;
new does j
not effect '
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: _
+.e; ,an"tliesaine ilMiceiisa 1250. .. ;; ; iI.. : .
Starke.. Capital Stock 'I
.until September. 1. 1961, 'and iIijicea se .i (,iI Iasb'ttunute"ivslituidavel nea ': Robert i *". L 150,000.00 .;.t- ''. .
itri { Up p : Threatt. puW.cin -r w T fSurplus 't S ; 'I''I''I!
may be renewed before that" time.;, All the dea8lme Iicilh toxication : ... ( ;.
: JrlSoin! 1 e-.lf/j) : sentenced to ffve Recent.Birth,: I i ; '. ; .:. \-
.cUrrent.'Florida .licenses, -wfiicli would .61e\.tv' J have. per -exaininationso: i ; f days in jail or-a fine of $2'L50. Mr. and Mrs: F. D. Patter-'J]; ; '. ., :r,,,/:',i.',...1-- .". : 'y..J.." 250,000'00. .'' ", ',"-f.' ;" :

Mordinarily': expire 'on Sepfember- .30, .t the 'd rfx er1:whei it :his}{ ,lccenee .conies/ qp : Leslie, DeSue, Negro 'pubUc son of Keystone Heights, a son, Undivided:: Profits \ ;. V :
1961, are good until.the iat.daTof.'tiemonth''in'which"tfie for Tenftwal=dmethihg/" .' that\';would ;'m. ox1cat.ion..senteneed to five 1 t Richard Doyle; ; born June. 30|' <: '!;. 'i...: :, 54995.47 '

i driver.was:born.. ,,1 tiD/ .daysdn.fait. ,or to a' .fine of sat, Bradford County Hospitall Reservefor: : .
., \ j impossible};with' !; every body/s' ... ; "] Contingencies .a' ,' : ?: 154933.96; 609929.43; I
:license: .; : J .
If your ..birthdayfalls-. 'July'or .. ''expiiinkoithe. : : soars e date_ :. .
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August-just' -sit; tight. 'Y*L1 have.nothing ,. :.'' .I3. as .simple! aXthaL P I fc jt;,there' ,, I Reserve: .far; Taxes,- Interest, Etc. -. / :, '' 23 .167.25

,.? to' woriy'about' for a another wKole are still questions Th .)'our: 'mmo, additional PHONE 964-2600 '- .'' w.- ....' --- \... .. '. ,..... ., ,,J..t- ; .' -,/.,' ? .. !

year:' Since! :.the:new'lawjs not effective information ....!.may be obtained DeWitt C. Jones Funeral. Home : J Interest. dc'.Income:; Not 'Earned. j; fA.?" ':' : ;..rt: t.t4.39109.59; :

}wu until SePtember..\. 1, you will not have to from the county judge's office. 1 DeWitt C.. Jones ,Registered 'Funeral Director i v-' ...,., ; <" .. ... .- "'-. #!"ps'.irk- '-,'s....'>'- ."..'i.-! .gt. *'''': 'w*.. ".., : :

I"r.. .'_ ,, Starke, Fla. ,Bills Payable* *' ;* : ,: .< .-:..Jr.1 .-. ;.;{ .: 100,000.0 0Deposits : I !

: TELEGRAPH f ..' '. *# : :; .:. .J. .
ESTABLISHED, >1879Lj '. L .: Hospital Beds, 1Yhee] Chairs, ,Crutches: +;I'i- ;. --;" ; .." ,,___ '" 3,660,453.78 f {
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r--- ,.., Kw iapwr ..PahJitlwd. : :'CaaE$5 -, I. Over Years TOTAL- 4432657.05; :.,
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I'" .., P.* ,: ''1. ..,.- Constant Service I f
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t--: : '. : ) ; i ,t.Eater. .UtI.' If..! Ower'.
,; l TRADE:AREA' I' Ol tTttADeAR .
.,1. ., :ONE. .YCAAI .. ," t,a.QO' ,OH"'YDAI- : ,e' !- ", i.z..ao H.C.IALL ; ::1:1AGENCY' .

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l' '.- : ''' tt .. ."k ': taxi.Shirley Padgett has been I For The Best Deal Anywhere

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[By Elizabeth Givens] s .
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LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..' . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. &. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. &. i for some time.

,I Neb Prescott of Highland CHEVROLET

Summer Program assisted by Mrs. Idea Mc- iI A has improved little, if any. Mr. .. ...... ..,. .... .
The directors of the sum-I I Caslin. Both are grateful to "
iI and Mrs Chasm told us Sunday -
mer program, Eddie Thomp- their many friends foi the I y that he still sits with his

xins and C. C Anderson, are wonderful gifts received.Mrs.Edna .
foot and leg upon a chair,
pleased that the numoer in M. Baker, reporter. & AUTHORIZED DEALER i i
and pillows piled on this: unable -
he skiing lass is increasing. Church News I to walk

AH 'youngsters of school age New Hope Baptist Church .- j,4 Irene Austin of Highlandhas Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.

are asked to use the leisure Rev. L. W. Mosley pastor I improved since our last ,. .- .I

time wisely by attendir.g the aolds Sunday School each
I writing.
summer program to enjoy the Sunday at 9:45 a. m. with ii I ..,,. Mabelle Norman has beenon s
rich experience.A Supt. John Diggs Jr. in I I"I'm
the sick,list again.
free hop is given each charge. All members and a4 "I 1 NEED A RIDER -
-- "' Irene Padgett has returned .
Tuesday and Thursday from friends are invited to attend.

7 p. m. to 9 p. m. at the RJE Ebenezer Baptist Church" .. .-. ., j am 0:1 the Kelly home- home after a visit with relatives

cafeteria, and all teenagers ,I Rev. E. D. Robinson pastor, ._ ..- 'f": .:..-rr out of hand-hewn tim- I! Carolina.,in Jacksonville and North equipped with Complete

are'invited to attend and re- i I -ield services*Sunday starting L. .. no I .i- ?' .1 I .oj of cypress shingles is : Pear Tree Vs. Yougani
quest your favorite records. i with Sunday School at 9 a. m., S. 1 intet.M Riding Outfit.II
The City Recreation Department with Supt. Henry Bryant in ---- i Well, we had one more good J

of Starke also in;.Les all I charge. Morning Worship, 11 .11 augh at Yougan Padgett! He

ypungsters to a hop each Friday -I a. m. Evening Worship 7:30i : Few Still Left WI + and Susie came over to visit J

night at the Reno Theatre i i I p. m. with the Junior Church the other day and saw our I 4.

from 7:30: to 9:30.: Music is ''in charge Mrs. Larretia pear trees loaded down with j

provided by Jean Holmes. I Mitchell joined the church Ancient J. 0. Kelly Homestead -1 fruit. Yougan said, "1 was f .

Come out and brin your I find all members and rriends r about to cut that pear tree of y

friends and make new filends. I welcomed her back. mine down the other day" and

Shower GivenA :, Rev. Robinson will be host Typical Of Bygone Era w 1. Susie told us why. It seems I
: that Yougan parked their
bridal shower will be to the Second Annuel Sessionof : car
under the tree to t-
get it in the.
iven Monday the District
July 17, from Sunday School 4

8 to 10 p. m. at the home of and BTU Congress, of which i Typical of a rapidly vanishing closed \Fi shade and, as he opened the

Mr. and Mrs. McCoy White,I I he is president. It will be held : style of pioneer arC'hitec-1 I Members of the family believe 8O1 door to get out, one of the $1_A -
limbs caught the door
with Mrs. Mettle Harmon and !\ July 12 at 8 p. m. There will ture is the old Kelly nome- that the house was built .t on and : !
held fast.
You- _
Mrs. Maurice J. White as :be a selection by Ebe:-ezer's stead at New River believed around 1850. D. W. [UViley] slammed'th Then-just as ,

hostesses. The publics in- j Choir, and others participating 1 to be well over a hundred Kelly, a son of the original "fetch-taked gan door, that

vited. will be Pleasant Grove Keystone ;.ears old, and the most ancient owner, moved the house to its Y s-t. 11. i.7Weatherbeaten thing" turned d d
Surprise PartyA j' Heights, Mrs. Bertis dwelling in Biadford present location many years and the limb and three
pears that were on nt, hit
surprise party wa. given ,I Robinson selection by New County. ago. Previously it had been x .r .
smack in the
Yougan center of
Monday night. June 26, for Hope Choir, Deacon Erooks,
;, Built by slave labor for located in a field about 100 tw
Rev. Ulysses Clark and Mrs. Rev. L. A. Sampson. MrsC.. '! owner John O. Kelly, the large yards away. Wiley is said to knocked the forehead him and almost L
down. But when _
Anna Wright by Mrs. Inelma I H. Royal, Mrs. M. W. DeSue i --- I -
"double pen" structure is built have moved it because the old the knot R- Is
his head
Clark and Mrs. Leola Wilson, Bethel Choir Sister W. i of hand-hewn timbers and "sunken road" in back of it iI I Argent Tomlinson, daughter -|I grave marker on quit

p- :,,1' logs. Wooden pegs, instead of caused him a lot of inconven- of the last Kelly family indicates final resting placeof hurting decided not reconsidered to the and '. R _

,1!, nails are used to hold it to- ience. occupants of the old" home, John O. Kelly, one of chop pear :-

Attention Livestock Producers! gether. Across the fron* porch, Until :, demonstrates an antique corn ; Bradford County's earliest tree down even if there was
I a couple years ago not a a barber shop quartette
the "plate" is a solid piece of ;, sheller, which was still! used jI II j settlers, in a private burying'j I I I:
he house was occupied the present to sing: "Woodman,
i 4x6 which stretches the entire I by her father, Roy Q...Iwnlinson I ground on the farm of U. D.
If have I "
you hogs or r. '. II I I idth of 48 feet. In later Roy Q. Tomlinson family-I until they moved .from I Johns in the New River sta-I,j Spare That Tree!
cattle to sell in Ordination Service
now or '
I tion section. i
t I years the logs were enclosed Mrs. Tomlinson being a Kelly the place a couple years I I
the future : An Ordination Service will
please contact -
y The
: with cypress sheathing and before her inscription tells that!I
marriage. They i I 1
of the I be held at Long Branch
buyersat ago.The
one Mr. Kelly born October,!
I' i I ithe open walk-way that separates now live in Reddick however, apparatus pre-datas the was 1 I'i
Copeland Sausage .::. 28, 1799, and November' Church next Sunday, when
.. died
; ;
.' : the two sides of the I and no member of the Kelly widespread use of metai, as ,
I Melvin Watson
will be oldainI
i -
Company and give them .'' : I house in the "double pen"type I family is 24, 1882. I j'I
tof ""'i..'. X now residing in the I most of it is made of wood, into the
ministry. Everyone -
an opportunity to buy ,"I'" : dwelling, was also en- : house.TTTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTYYTT. Another tablet in the same
with all to-
your livestock. A ..... -- j joints pegged cemetery carries a faded inscription : 'is'welcome to attend "If you would like to be my owner con-

I Brooks Mount Pisgah Choir gether. -"- that i Well, even if we did not get I
looks like the
I Stone Alvarez
tact Ray at Store A. C.
COPELAND OFFERS YOU I Rev. Randolph, the McCombs Many other outdated farm name of Emma Jane Ward to Highland Church last Sun- I ,

; Sisters of Ocala Mrs R. i implements are found on the I who was born in the early day, we are able to report that Williams at Williams Jewelry, the Sher-

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! I:, English, and others. GRAHAM I old homestead. 1800's. there were 55 enrolled mem- ,. .- -

Allen Chapel Church Rev.i bers present in Sunday School, iff's office, or any member of the Sheriff's -

1. Cash market every day. L. A. Sampson pastor, will be Mrs. John McKinner4.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j j.....AAAAAAAAAAJlAAAAAACLAY could have used this substi- and three visitors. Primary

2. No commission. I I II nost to the Sunday) :!,,' i I I tute. But we say yet that it is Class won the banner again. Posse.. My present owner says I

School Christian Endeavor:'j I II i HILL I too far to walk, and we had Seven of the nine members

I, 3. Special consideration given to meat I League and Woman's Missionary ]i Holiday guests of Mr. and I I' no way to get there. The folks were present and all seven I I muse go on Friday, July 7, 7:30 p. m. at

hogs I Convention of the Lake I' Mrs. J. W. Vice were Mr. and I j I By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I who did run a free taxi for made a grade of 100. Wonderful the courthouse!

type City District Greater Florida Mrs. Phillip Burbage, Mi. and us-the Buddie Wilkinsons- work for these little tots!

4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient I. Conference, starting July 5 I I Mrs. Jesse Simpson, and Mrs. I II joined the Long Branch I Better than many of us adults I

with a local program Wednesday Brown, and their children!I Vina Martin of Lawtey visited Church last Sunday, so some- do.RREp.
quantities. I her the .. .f
i parents, YouganPadgetts
II night at 7:30At this ser- from Birmingham, Ala.,. and : -
I 'I
vice the Interdenominational. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ni\e of : ? and.J .okthr > '% '-
CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 I Ministerial Alliance of Lake Gadsden Ala. sisters, Rosa and Lizzie, backhome r
with her to spend the
City, and the Alliance of Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney BUSINESS DIRECTORY
o CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON i weekend. Susie told us she
Starke will render service. Ser- and Rev. and Mrs. Tom
0 I aidn't think they did -
PRESTON POLE II i I mon by Rev. G. Clark Friday i McCornley of Starke visited anything
iI I i! while at home but when
I July 7, 3 p. m. is Missionary! Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Young- j I II I. .
Hour. All missionaries Me invited ,. blood in Waldo last week.I I\' they are gone she sure misses, '

CopelandSAUSAGE to attend, and please Mrs. Beatrice Johns ef Tampa .
I ether kinds of work they do.
wear white for this service, I visited relative here this : i TRANSMISSIONS '
junior and senior.-Mrs. E. J. weekend.Mr. Elgin Lang, her sister: Or- Mauldin's Electric Motor Lillian s Music Store

COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA. Givens, president. and Mrs. Bobby Sur- lene, and Bessie Strickland Auto Glass AUTOMATIC Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader"
in Jacksonville business
Sunday will be obseA-ed as rency returned Tuesday to were on TRANSMISSIONSARE Since 1933
of last week. OF GAINESVILLE, INC.
'I : : Thursday
Trustee Day. Chairman Thom- their home in Tampa after COMPLETE STOCK CURVED OUR BUSINESS KRAKAVER WINTER-

I: pkins asks all leaders to contact i visiting relatives here. I Gene Lang of Tampa visited: GLASS Service & Repairs Work COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR CABLE

I each member of the benefit -t Miss Pat Brown of Wau- :' relatives in the Clay Hill: sec- Windshield & Door Glass PIANOS PIANORGANS
REVIVAL I i iI ; His wife An- Guaranteed
MEETINGPINE tion recently.
I of the church. Sunday i iI .: chula was a holiday guest of Replaced In Any Make SALES AND SERVICE CHORD ORGANS -$159-$375
1 : nett, is vacation with rela-
t School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Gloria McKinney.Mr. j j on Car Or Truck Lamar PearsonAT "Distributor of Guitars --Drums Sheet
in I believe.
-ives Jacksonville.
I Worship, 11 a. m., with the' and Mrs. Bill Martin of..|! We Handle Safety Glass New Lincoln Motors"FR Music
'i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Padgett
i Junior Choir in charge. Even- Tampa were weekend guests FR 6-2558 TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE 2-831S Budgets
t cf Lutz visited in this
LEVEL ng service, 6 p. m. Rev. nf :Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- relatives. 1314 S. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville 1030 S. Main Gainesville FR 6-5931
section recent} Mrs. Lizzie
George Lee and his congre- :, 112 S. E. First Gainesville

ation will render services 1 r.ey.Mr.. and John McKin- Dupree of Jacksonville returned I I
Sunday night at 8 p. m. All ney enjoyed a birthday dinnerat
Rev. and Mrs. Chism
i members and friends are in- Hampton Lake last Sunday. George IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Baker Auto Trim
Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's
ited. ',visited us Sunday afternoonand 1 PLYMOUTH -.VALIANT Opticians
Twenty guests were present on
i/ said they needed another Inc. Lindsey L. Becknm R. O.
Junior Church meeting each I thi soccasion. Authorized Sales Parts CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM
Monday, 5 p. m. Parents are |, teacher in Sunday School Service NEW HOLLAND I Lenses "Duplicated -
Headliners Arm Rests -
1 JULY 9 Artificial Eyes -PrescriptionsFilled
( asked to please send your ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON
children to meeting. HawesPowersi Floor Mats Upholstering Promptly
| One Quart or Gallon j
.a \ ; i i ToJULY I:i Girl Scout meeting Thursday : 1 i Co. Lowest Prices Farm Equipment And 22 W. University FR 6-3516

July 20, at RJE room JOf i FR 2-3226 Tractors Gainesville, Fla.

p- 16 22. Extra ,Cost I FR 2-2561 'II 1021 E. University Ave. FR 6-4385 POWER SAWS

The Choir Union will be F R E E With Each I I, 204 N. Main, Gainesville, : Gainesville Archer Rd. GainesvilleGARDEN !
held July 16 at 3 m. in MoCULLOCH
xw p. One You Buy. ;, Used Cars 312 N. Main .
Mount Pisgah Church, Lincoln FR 6-3400 CHAIN SAWS

Prices Start Gal.
, at $2 qt. $5.98 -
Wedding Bells i i SERVICEFlorida
LINCOLN MERCURY II 1 I Johnson & Faris
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Shawof I ,
Starke happily announce'the .
i Authorized Sales Service= FR C-3411
approaching marriage of 501 N. W. 8th Gainesville Fla. FR .67588'MILK
Ave. I Parts Service Co. Line of '2538 N. E. 19th Dr.
their daughter, Mary Helen,:
; ; Trained Mechanics Good SEEDSPLA.'TS- Gainesville
to Leroy Coleman, son of Mr.
Used Cars Sidney Leopold, Owner FERTILIZERSInsecticides -
md Mrs. Abe Coleman of I SEWING MACHINES
-Pet Supplies
Green Cove Springs. Toe wedding Commercial Refrigeration -
Barkley Motors
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'224
SPIRIT FILLED will take place at 5 p. Air Conditioning SingerSewing
615 N./Main N. W. 8th Ave.
SINGING m. Sunday. July 23, in New Frid ire Ice Makers ,FR 20476Gainesville Machine CenterUsed

Mount Pisgah A. M. E. Church. I I Sold And Serviced Anytime

GOOD MUSIC The bride-elect is a student I!I ;B. & G. Motor Co., Gainesville FR 2-8392 Fla. ,Singer Sewing Machines.

of Edward Waters College, I I Many One' Ot A Kind
THESE DAIRY UNES :| Inc. Heights FR 6-7700
Jacksonville, where she will WERE INTRODUCING i I LADIES WEAR Starting At |9.95

REV. E. R. BOWERS inter her junior year this YOyUFD THAT THEY j HUMANOLDSMOBILE I FR 6-6310

fall, majoring in elementary AftEHEALTrMHOUCING/ I IIt i I :... CADILLAC CONCRETE PRODUCTS I Cherry's 216 W..University Gainesville

education. Authorized Sales Service
: Pastor 1st Baptist Church : Mr, Coleman is empit.Jed.atthe 'PartsFR CONCRETE PRODUCTS Gainesville's! Most FashionableAddress
Atlantic National Bankin For Ladies This Area's Most Complete Use
; 92c 6-7515 ARE THE BEST FROM _
West gal DRESSES SUITSCOATS of Sporting Good at
..' Hollywood, Fla. : 115 S. W. Second, Gainesville
't invitations are being D 9 e Edwards Building ACCESSORIES Jimmie Hughes, :Inc.

,,' 1, cent. but friends and mem- 105 W. University Gainesville HIS W. University Gainesville

:r EVANGELIST' : bers of the family are cordially VOLKSWAGEN Supply, Inc.
Sales Service .Parts
.:, invited. Ice Cream + = MEN'S WEAR SHOES .
f : 726 S. Main FR 2.4844
I, ... Miller-Brown Motors I -
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Eggs Bread Gainesville Fla. i Silverman'sapparel Bob's Shoe Store
1 .
a'ComelThou Worship With Us and ; CHURCH Inca Shoes for The Entire Family

Sunday School, 10 a. In. ut .. .. FB333% DOORS --- WINDOWS for Men and Women FORTUNE FOR MEN

We Will Do Thee Morning: Worship. 11 a. m.t I .' Cottage Cheese .Our new Store next toy CHARM: SET FOR WOMEN

Good"I,Training Union 6:30: p. m. Eve-i m'iw1' ;: 1030 E. University Ave.. Florida Jalousies Florida Theatre ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN

ning Worship 7:30 p. m. Orange JuiceIGGi Gainesville OF GAn. SVILLE. INC. FORMAL WEAR RENTALS Bags M'i11fnery-Accessones

Prayer Meeting Wednesday,! M THEItlSIII_ GAINESVILLE FLA. 21 W. University, Gainesvffle ,


Basket Dinner Sunday July 16 i ,, ENGLISHFORDAuthorized Palm Beach .Awning WindowsAll Jack and JillA
;, CHRISTIAN CHt'RCHCarl Meet A. W..M. A.
Clarke, Minister! ; Sales & Service Specifications MayflowerLOCAL Complete Line Of

i "Complete Service for AH Yams -NeedleworkNotkmI
SUNDAY SERVICES I Write Or Call For Estimates ,
'- REV. W. E. HALL, Pastor. Makes" # AND'LOSGDISTA..CE Free Instructions
10:00: a. m. Bible School FR 6-8215
506 E. University Ave. MOVING
Toys Games = Dogs .
REV. ROMAN ALVAREZ Associate < 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com- '-"*
FR, %2-4251 1817 Hawthorne Rd. Storage And Crating Bobbles
i i munion.
,- I I i Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville Gainesville FE 6-5224 l 625 W. University Gainesville

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Michael McQuaig of Way- Mr; and Mrs. Robbie Shatter Mr. lnd' MfS)4ichae.. Gil-* PFC Randall Davis'*Fort, I'fi The Codntr .Jud .'* Court i iof i':,. .: .',

.- .- cross, Ga. is spending. two' Mrs. Nancy Gunte, and I 1 hooly. daughter Elaine ant> :]Devens, Mass will arrive\j Nollman, Speaks 1 1TQ .Bradford Probate County; ,<' Florida" ;j jIa f i : .. .:. :

.>... weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tillf y and son, Clap'httmde.d the welcoming -. home this .weekend. for. .'three I In Ret of Arthur' Waii -" ,'e'. _' '

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. family spent Sunday at Cedar': services Adm. J. N. weeks leave of absence 0 tar i iW I.i ter. X'OTIQ.TO.Swanbomv Deceased CREDITORS.I* :I Westin house'Freezers : )

f Mrs. Palmer Williams under- Key. I Carson at Jacksonville NAS Mrs. M. D. Williams. ;' Mrs: .. All per o1s.ha'lng ;claim or .

.... went surgery at Riverside Mr. and Mrs. R.'W. Douville :: i last Wednesday. While in ;i :Mattie 'Hebert 'and Mr3..OUie ,IDes ; H.'NoUman. who a attendfd ; Arthur demands Walter against Swacbom the estate, .;..de-of i -and:

Hospital Thursday.Col. :and: sons of Pensacola Lloyd Jacksonville, they visiUd Mr.Land : -.of Alexander, La. are'; the, jrecenV:Rotary Inter1riational'conventiori Leased are ,.hereby notified and Air Conditioners

.r and Mrs. J. A. Griffin I Grider i of St. Simons Island, Mrs.;'A. L. Gagnoi and : visiting Rev:. and, Mrs. Leo in;Tokyo,' .the leauired'to office.of fIIf".tht'ir the claim .1n -
: Judge
Mr. Bounty
: -
and Mr. Mrs. Jim Chasteen :Mrs. John Griffin'of Ochloch-; were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.j and Merle Grider of Fernan- ton, Danny:. i j :Hebert from ,Saturday, ;to. Japan.: pok&:at the locilclub':;': of Bradford County, Florida, in At' --" .
and :Mrs. Layers Out- nee, Ga. spent the long weekend I the County Court. House at''
law and families H. Clark in Ripley, Te .n. last dina Beach were visiting: their Mr. and' Mrs. Jerome Ed-: Th rsday- Wednesday giving his experi- Starke,'' Florida' within eight North Florida ,
spent the Jong with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. week. Boyd Clark returned) ]parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. : wardswho'- have been :'in the Mrs. Margaret Rose Duncan '' ('nc s on the:trip and! .impressions -,:!1 calendar .months from the date ,_
weekend ,at .th)> Thomas '. of .the filstpublicatipn .
clmPI 1< F. Stump l : of this .
in the Scrub. Mr. Mrs. Terwille- with them for several weeks (Grider and family over the J J Smoky'.M i uniains, N. C. the arrived home last Friday after of-the people anJ cus- notice, or the 'same will become .SupplyPHONE ) -:;. ..;-. ,
I Clyde ]long weekend.Mr. two'weeks live days in New Orlears La.I' toms of Japan.Mr. void accord in? to law.This July : :
:Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews) gar Mr. and Mrs. W. C. visit.Anne 0 j past, .: on their wed- { 1. 1961. :964;2(13 '
of Powell ,j and Byron Terwillegar and Mrs. Spencer ; : spent' the Mr. and Mrs.,Anthony Allen1' K'oUman said he is-.con. First publication: July 6,
Lakeland.were,Sunday visit-1, John Powell, and Dr. O. L. j ji I Gingtrip' .wtt.kend. 224. N. Temple Aye.
:i are visiting their grandparents, 4 Crawford and daughter, Mar-|I 1961. I IDorothy
; ] with hjis parents Mr. and Mrs. and daughters Lynne vinced that the Japane:epeo-:
ors Mr.of and Mrs.Mrs.R. A.A.Newsom. \' Haynes, Jr. were deep sea fishing -:Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truluck, in \tha Jo, 'of Jacksonville were i Merrill Edwards, while enroute Jan of Columbus,' GA., are I|, ple "are- our friends," b', they: Administratrix, Agnes of Swanbom the Estate I. Starke. ,. Fla: ; : ,
Russell Norman -! at Horse Shoe over the i .
were in Tallahassee Sanford this week. I !Saturday guests of M'. and i: to Miami,' : guests this week of Mr. and i sometimes become confused by -Arthur.: Walter Swanbom, "You Can'Be SureIMfsWestinghouse".
; over weekend.H.
j Mr. and Mrs. Cris Cosmos 'Mrs. Michael Gilhooly. I I : Mrs. Fred Glenn at Kixigsleyt the things they hear and see 1 Hollis V. Knight I : -'
the weekend Mr- Merrill: Edwards j ,
and Mrs -
\i} ting Mr. and L. Speer was confined in ,. ,
Mrs. I I and daughter Carol Ann and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kite and: Lake. \ concerning the United.States Starke Florida l '
G. C. Norman. Alachua General Hospital for,, spent the Fourth at' ; Attorney for Administratrix >, .
Jesse Ne'wsome ; Mrs. Susie Fisher of Pensa-i 'underwent;; Beach. (
i several days last week. Mrs.i I '
cola were guests of Mr. and Beach and Mrs. Elliott Yel- veil and family of Jacksonville only to California, in the [I ._ .
surgery last Friday in AlachuaGeneralfospiZal i'Speer stayed with Mr. and:I Mrs. H. K. Tyus over the long vington of Hastings were Sun- Mrs. P. D..F ncher has returned Wed- : of 1 I- -- --- ; -,.. -
spent Saturday number clubs represented
; : ,
and.is J. '
getting Mrs- Fred Harris in Gainesville sbrVeeks
r I weekend. day visitors of Mrs. J. R Kite. ; from nesday with Mr. and Mrs.I at the meeting. I
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along nicely.- '? \\ mtMr. 1 r during his confinement.i with friet1dsf1andt relatives in A Hint Of '
I Sherill Ann Weldon of Jacksonville and C. A. Sanborn "
a Mr. Mrs- Bill Graham. Mrs- NOll who also
and Mrs.. Horace TolbeitiofjLake i i I nan i
Martha Derryberry of i Baltimore Md and .rming- \ I
is spending several) and Miss Mary Lu Sanbornof I A Carefree Curl
Ronald Andrews
City spent the Fourth,j: Chattanooga, Tenn. is visitingher ham, Ala.lt, j I Mr. and Mrs. made.the trip to Japan was. a
with her
days grandmother Lake Worth overnight
With their I \ were and sons, and Mr. andAirs. guest at this meeting.
daughter Mrs. David
Montgomery. uncle and aunt, Mr. and I Mrs. Gladys Weldon, while her{ guests Wednesday of Mrs.Sanborn's Elaine Jordan of Jackson- Merrill Cohen of Aber- i'1 The new Rotary president: '. You, are sure to be please with Ut ;-. ;
Mrs. J. R. Hixon this week. i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mr. Har- ville is ten days with' rl' .
SIr. and daughter, Been Md. spent the weekend' Freeman Register Jr., presidedfbr -,
Mrs. O. C. Nether-'
Kate is .
.Mrs. visiting
Sheppard -i Weldon are in Ocala on their Miss her cousin Linda Kay Holton. : "'Permanent you receive here. Let us ,: ,
land ry Mooty and family j 'at St. Augustine Beach, and : the first time ..at"'thisme ," .,
Jr. and family, and Mrs., friends in Winter Garden. I *' '
i Galesville : "
Irma Netherland of Louisville.Ga. .I! ;Miss Beverly Chapman ofI I:second wedding anniversary. Beryl Holland of :, Mr. and Mrs. Oswalde Mc-,; at the Andrews cottage on' ting and explained'the ob-' give you one soon .' f. r
Mr., and Mrs. Henry Stefa-'1 was; also visiting the Mootys kinnon of Port"Walton Beach' Crystal Lake. Jectives of the club for the
spent the long weekend j I Lake City is visiting :Miss Sally ; I I
with Mr. and Mrst B. L. Mox-i Sink this week. nelli and son, Raymond, were I I'at Wednesday of last. week. and Mr. 'and Mrs. J. N. Hop- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb :: new year4 ..

ley, Jr. Benji Moxley returned j Mrs. Marvin Birt, who un-'weekend.' Daytona Beach forthe I| Miss Priscilla Cox of Live kins of Starke were in Cedar and daughter, Dawn, spent: the I I, If Your. Car License Is 45D-50 r :

h.ome with them, after three !derwent surgery last Friday in Miss Elissa Stefanelli,1 Oak is visiting her grandmother -Key on Sunday. weekend at Daytona i3each. j Mr. and Mrs. James L. A FREE SHAMPOO AND SETAwaits'you
is spending the week at Daytona L. Silcox and :
weeks visit with the Nether I Bradford County Hospital, is with friends. Mrs. ;j! The Charles, Douglas and ; Mr. Lamb will spend the week.I Blow and children of Norfolk, ,at our Salon Watch this -.
ldnds.Mr. I family. Eldon Hardy .families attended attending the beauty contest ;
rVa. were overnight guests .
returning home this weekend. I; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wade re-,! Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gill of I 1 : space every week for new'wjnners.
and Mrs. Lex Green a- family reunion at the: pageant, and also the races. j .
I Mrs. Bertha Pearce has had : ten-i I .. Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. N. ;
turned after
Thursday a Winner *
Va. visiting Mr. I Week's
with Lynwood Walters! as guests Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Arlington. are nome of Mr. and Mrs. Tom | Guests of Mr. and 'Mis. W.. ; S. Dankel. ,i Last. I .

and' Mike Sheppard spent a Swails and :Miss Mary Spenceof !:!day Mrs.vacation Thelma in Georgia.stee. off f![ Bill and Graham.Mrs. J. H. Gill and Mrs. Hardy in Hampton on Sunday. : L. Andrews during the past':: Mr. and Mrs. George: Roberts MRS. M. A. PAYNE ;:.. ,:....

week in North Carolina attend- Camilla, Ga. and Mr. and,I' \i Seventy-five members of the week have included Mrs. An- Jr. and family of"N- .
Gainesville spent the long)]\ Dr. Marion Sherman of Co- j
ing the Music Leadership Con- Mrs. S. )t, Simmons of Richmond 1 family'attended.. drews' sister, Mrs. J. L. !j Madison Street have pur- .
weekend with Mrs. W. Beach guest Monday I : ; \\' Are Closed All Tuesday '
Bj j coa was a I' I e' Day
ference at Ridgecrest. I Va. .ast Wednesday, and Mundy at Kingsley Lake.I I of Miss Margaret Rose !*I Mrs and Mrs. J. D. Smith \ Chancey of West Palm Beach, chased the Harry Rabb home ; *, i *. "' .
I Mrs Mary Beth Peacock and.1['' j I i: md daughter of Tampa spent and Mr. and Mjs. Ben Mulled I 1 in Saratoga Heights and '

!daughter of Jacksonville and Lt. Thomas T. Long, Jr. of Duncan. i i j: the long weekend witn her and son, Launy, of moved -hi last Wednesday. ; Glamo-Ree Hair Stylist., .. ..',,.. ',' ,'. -
I Fort Benning Ga. spent Mrs. Geraldine Brown Grlf- I -
Mrs. Jeanette Powell of Or I mother, Mr Laura Tis n. i iI Kentucky.Mr. i i Mrs. E. L. Badman of
White 1\ Fourth of July holiday with fis left Saturday for Louisville 'I Miss Ellouise. Ph.:9f .S3.Jl Mr/Keith:
Elephant lando on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton 'I!: and Mrs. J. P. Dill spent'' Starke and Mrs. H.. B. Tres- ., .
i i his parents. i j Ky. where she will: study I ; .
Terry Patray of Jacksonville:l I attended-.the Geiger f ami last week in Statesboro Ga. cott of Daytona Beach are '
;, I
> Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Pack, Jr. to be a Dental Technician for 353 N. Temple, Avenue
RUMMAGE spent the past week with :Mr.: I i ily reunion Suwannee Park with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar visiting relatives in New OreansLa. '. "
[ and family returned over the ; two years. She was accompanied -
.'and Mrs. Don Patray and chil'i weekend from"a month's trip I by her sister, Miss Glenda I I on Sundays v Hendrix and family. i ... ., for two weeks. ,.j I

dren.Mr.. and :Mrs. John Stark and|I: to New York and Washington, Gail Brown, who will work ;! (. .. .
D. C. Enroute home thcrr\ spent there and attend school.( I ,
Starke Fla.
son, Jeff, of Mortganton, N. C.
BRIe sometime in Dublin. Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson -
i were weekend guests of Mr. I
W. H. Holland who of Columbus, Ga. were
Mrs. returned .
and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran.Col. .
and Mrs. J. A. Griffin to Starke with them. I weekend guests of Mr. and Formerly OlEN'S I

:Friday-Saturday i had as weekend guests -at their Terry Walters will attend a Mrs. W. F. Glenn. .
cottage on Lake Kerr, Mr. and two day planning conference I, Mr. and' Mrs. G. F. Tliomp-: .
at U. of F. on Thursday and on and daughter of Coiombus,
Mrs. M. E. Coker of Jacksonville
114 N. WALNUTBargains I' Mr.. and Mrs. R. E. Coker-! Friday.Mr. Ga. were weekend guests: of DOWN WILL HOLD: YOUR

and son, and F. R. Coker of and Mrs. A. G. Loudon Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glenn at ., 5 Oc :

Galore!! I Lakeland, and Mrs. Boyd Coker ,, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Kingsley Lake. CHOICE IN LAYAWAY

and son of West Palm Beach. Lewis spent last Tuesday to Mrs. A. N. Holliday and

I Thursday in Miami on busi- daughter. Hope are in War-

I ness. renton, Va. where the.' join-
I Mrs M. W. Lance was visiting ed Mrs. O L. Haynes Sr. fora ,

r relatives in St. Simons i, two weeks visit at th* homeof

I Island, Fernandina Beach,j Mjr. and Mrs. J A. Scan- H I 1.r I
and Waycross Ga. last week. : ,

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hopkinsand ,
son. Danny, and Mr. and

Mrs. Dewey Wray of Martins- I lan.Fiorida '*
.,. .. .
iIt : .
ville, Va. are visiting Mr. and r s.

i Mrs. J. N. Hopkins this week '

QuaIifyti Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones .HUND: REDSOF; :BEAUTI-FUL.FAM'OUSNAMSr-:

p ; spent the weekend with ..Mr.I ,

and Mrs. Roy Wingate in .. ., .I

1 Jacksonville Mrs. Jones visit- P __ __ o

1 r.d her sister, Mrs. Alto: Hig- Theatre '; _c df ,

a ginbotham, in Baptist Me- I 0 ,

It ; morial Hospital last Friday. I i I
: I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker .t
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1 ; and two children of Fort j .

.. Lauderdale, and Mr. and Mrs. Double Feature Program i iI I ,. I -I T I I

Bob Underill and three chil- : 1st. Feature I 4 4 ,. <..

: dren of Orlando are spendingtwo _- _
weeks with their i
1l Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief, I fABJAH "', l : -.. '.1-
liE.b at the Sistrunk cottage on I I .. f .

1v Kingsley Lake. A = -
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1fl Mrs. W. B. Alexander has !I CANNON AND PEPPERELL

.. had as guests, Mrs. GroverrSwales : :

..... .. _0 __. .. of Camilla Ga. last
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J .t. .f.,1$<<' Thursday, and Mr. and Mrs.
I..:::";;. .,*,:' '. :',; >{ :: I i INioEIGHT SOL IDe Ot OR S '
: ,0'l, ;r' Carlos Summers of Jacksonville I
."'+,.<'5..'"'t.':'&! ..\ \ .,....'';'%><':'!:;J-I' 2nd. Feature :, t
',,, ,... 1=;: fj on Sunday.Mr.
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..". <:'..", .,, .t .... I,: :t. '''.'1i'R.:'':>'.,..", and Mrs. B. Haynes and I, .
t;. ,,., .. ": : '. '.," .+,,.W; sr oweEr e ORCHID V' MAIZE PINK BLUE
..:, "" .. ,. .%.;::,. >.,.M daughter, Martha, of Winter oi : .

tf.. m,. }. '" :" "'.>.ti:. x 1 Haven were visiting Mrs. Bertha ,- I i I 0 BEIGE fclifcl *MINT RED TURQUOISE '
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of ; .#. ."xl:: Pearce and Mrs. W. B,I < .
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d : .' ",v': & Alexander last Wednesday to' JIII.I.AHm "\\\":: o RofOh pad .Nylon' Blends 0 Rayon and Acrilan Blends ., : '
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.,n ;.a Mrs. George Anderson: and ,PriWtB ,,A.Z, Washable Long, Wearing 0 Big 72x90' Size "d t r f

1.: '.' 1 W- J. Epperson and daughter ",. < .......(Y+, o Guaranteed Mothproof 0 Wide Satin Bindings ..
Sally Ann returned last Wednesday .- I : 2QC
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: OAb.DEI.U'E ,' -
acwsMscooE -
t from three weeks visit ..... ) asnwnlac ", '
I I .,I Ie \ with Mrs. Dale Van Sickel inI IUD CANNON "YORKTOWN" PLAID 1 I
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Los Angeles, Cal1!. J;
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t Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Barry !! Cartoon: Skeleton, Frolics- 0 Acrilan! ,. Rayon and Cotton 0 Washable, Mothproof is

and granddaughters Julie i 1 1i I J n V' t

Ann and Kathy of Ne berry SUN, MON., & TUES. |i .' '... __ __ :_ '. ':-.C.C::''''
J were Sunday visitors of Dr. "
L"C' JULY 9, 1011 i : I
o I and Mrs. A J. Barry. Io

.. <<: ". OI W !I, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Cohen 0 Double Feature)Program o\ THE BLANKET DISCOVERY, .. OF THE YEAR CARP'''S, OWN PREMf UM t tELECT'RIC

I :: \ nave returned to their homeIn I r

l10I11t Aberdeen, Md. after spend 1st. Feature !iI '

," ,'\e 0., % lnttr ad4 grandparents ing two weeks Mr.here and witn. their Mrs. I sA8LTHIAYLOR .,. PEPPERELL "NAp.GUARD : Bt: Nlft! ;

W. L. Andrews, and their un- '! i:*:',. t .

lSt\\ \ley!W I I cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. HARVEY : Minimizes Unconditional; ;
Ronald Andrews. CDlEFISHEB.- 8 198twoyear'
Shedding 7.
wIpr/01WG3 8*r ,. .
VIc Carr Colley and daughter y S'

o l\ Miss Jackie Colley are visiting i,, .BUTTERFIELD : rCY Preserves 'Guarantee'Made'bY'Americ4's" ,
J + dcolr WHt NETROCOtOft Texture.
Mr. .,
'f and Mrs. Fred Blackburnin & :t<< -'."'
,. r y (Greenville N. C., and Mr. '
.tli.1tP 4
tG : Shedding at an all-time low loft-re-
0 2nd. Feature argest'manufactur
'.' :and Mrs. Drayton Co'Jty: in I
.; 1\\\, c.\l\O tention at an olfetime high, .. NAP- .
,4- ,ftf. 'ON- i Washington D. C. this week. <: erlo! good h's'fully'guarahteed'twb'funyears"
S wr..- wK GUARD joins fibers permanentLarge!
D Beverly Crawford is visit-] i :.Unbreakable.plastfc'Keat' control:
-I: e\J.C ,aIpEf : her elacabrr'wMI.rg11Ad1bc 80x90'. Solid"colors of orchid, pink, blue, .. Full.double bed 'size. ; blue beige
,. c\. j J ing uncle and aunt. :Mr. 0 ;Mint } ,, ,
'\.. t :md Mrs. Al Harley in Charleston maize, beige and 'white. : pink:and,red. ,

,L 'M W. Va. for several! thO-tBQYBAR8' ,
.' ,J; weeks. .'V FLUFFY 100% 'DACRONCOMFORTER

," ". ....,." i Mr. and Mrs. Cary Nazworth I I "PARISIAN ROSE"
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,x... M q..'mM w ImpD not lpw1
,'.. of Jacksonville were visiting; I .
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: 'x ._... -i IM w1wMr
-4..."T..."' ..''l-..:,"'.:.'."'.'.'5", 1(1',',i: h >,>./ / Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae -- 1 mat Loomed for. beauty 0 Moth 'proof, mildew -

'...': "; .''''..'..' ',.' on Sunday.Mr. I and warmth o., proof and non-oiler
Cartoon 8
: m>:. ..,: .. : '
!" luxurious blend of '
'.. ;c' .. ','; enic.The Dacron
}i.o' "\ .._ .. ," "'., and Mrs. E. L. Chesser '
'} '. !" ", ." ., .w." >\"," .,, ," ,''. Hound About That -i ;' Acrilan and ''rayon. this comforter
':f'\x".'. ';i4):''+.":,. ',\..".. ,:........ \; '..-'$,"'',,")V-.f'. .,.i,0.<:'-x,.'..."\ .;"'., "" ,4iL-...' \,"<:>:". ;F.. and Mrs. Henry Lawson and : ,Washable. mothproof. always Keeps fluffy and soft. 1l, /
;-- : ', ." ".<' : '" '- '. '". family accompanied SP-41 t j 72x90". Beautiful carefree J '
White i
.>:. """.:"\':. ..r... ,",,;',;''':>--.:<.'.." ....,..."...,0. .. 'r ..-<, "<: :."u. ",J---::
background.: bed .j
? Williamson. back to Fort I' JULY 12,. 13, .& 14 I .. r
EVERY 'GUIF.IIRE t.T BIG SAVINGS? # Stewart, Ga. on Sunday; after I .

the had ,
: men been home on H

.., Mrs. Charlie Dyal and Mr. frtl.... Kaclilii SttRLEY ., 1 I

,; and Mrs..Dyal. Jr. and daughter j! Pari Wool Blanket .
: f+* PATCHWORK : i
Pam .of Jacksonville were HHD/innn/ *'

i i WESTSIDE BTSERVICt: Mrs.Sunday E. L.visitors Chesser.of Mr. and. |r .ItrtlatafAa/a LOS I' I F I'aK, J"q'.1',uolity! blankets of.60% cotton, 35% 9 8 a. Decorative spreotf by.
l .. : Mfs. 'J. L. Stith and cnuV* .- iarrMrurtrllaa/t rq Siloho 5% wool.,Colorful plaid patterns. 3 .night. Gaily printed xorton*coyer fiHed with Es.sub'k 9_8.
I dren'of Hyattsville; Md. win qed size. trpn acetate fiber'completelywashoble: : Lock. 6 f ff
r '* LEONARD YARNES,, Cartoon: stitched, to-prevent.'ravelins.: Fats-double or twig ."- '
arrive Friday for two weeks
t .
&' l W 10 Jb-, size beds. .
f ,y. Madison St. Starke, Flex visit with her parents Mr. Crossing the Delaware ,., A_;

; k and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. .. .. .. i .. ** -* _- .' ___..... .' -.....-'"_ ."

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I 1 i iI '. cparittea'- (}$&'area He iaid Ljt. !
I .On 'idt heard from again..
Birthaay V I
j ,I 'made intervene' ;' !UVhe sia.ted; GRAPIIr, Vp
; j I I (j.If: thisjfigure/.icquldl be, ]I V "Lots. "killing. 'ta's place, V .". _:
,. i t. -. ills. Esaie,i Masters ..a" 'id m -1.et ftfl\ pgli largely that aren't -retorted anj >! j._ It -l VZ ;

; .. '. ,! laughter, Arlenear; ? ,enters .bol &.,{luT prpbiemy but ether times people''just disappear : onvrt .
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I '. ) : : '*' j ,uiuig 'at a Birthday vsuppe t *d jie coujd' 'nbtfget too declat-\\ ,"' the slightly built minister IotP I.t.t. ".' '
\ f c :;: 4n.l'S 'MOOTY_ : 964-0551' !1 iThur-su .
this evening, ) or lineVwlthJ ther .1C'a'pt
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I ,yu \ ,. ,:. V 1 tor Miss :Martha Grjff is.on. hef 'tHere'- kth. |(Simejcompanies He aded that the governmenti --: ,< :

.t T V :-'McKnight, 18th birthday. anniversary.irrajgements .' ;have- foldings.f.t ". _. ',r I i'lepdrts many accidents"But %} nUR'i .-. I :.I""a' ,m'.0

;, of rosej al e; In other. tax matter ,- the you know what kind of acci V ., -..' .+'. "Sit ... -, t'i ; .
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'K retz. Are j, &&io eing u.'cd to.. decorate p..:Aboard told ,LexGriei.' had' dents-those are." iContuiued, 'F6n : *gC".4"; r..i,'<, r '-1... .< "

J of interest in the party rooms:. ho auifi6rityto, gra', 'nomes Economic conditions Cuba ; '"" : V
: I.r ;V; upjJ ih tij Richard
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.', >Hohrees. : : ..ith an 8nangemeDt'o.f..V the i stead *empt4ontQ I4:Green' :re also much worsened he tlons.m r ,' ;. Wi.1fl.flV Vayne,

V r ame blossoms being used as a..Jr.'on ''lMe: .'323 'N. Witt-,. said.' Most personal property* tackipwarjl tli.t: : \ fr Whilnark. .. Lawrence, Harvey -

I V ; ; : dj Dolores V %YcKnigh"t V fi'f fandjA 1 1V ,cuc-'piece xor tne. aimnjj ii4',,.nut St Qreeh claimed' that and .much land Jaas been 'confiscated of away frbm,,' lct TjAfcour f r'; and' Richard Boone.

, Donald Kofetzwers.-jhoh-: V Sixteen friends .of the hon t thfk' 'C4tt .; tfv hn". his\ 't by the Castro reg e.Almost' miles nort.htVof!, t-'t*'. ;"" ,.

I at,. a luncheon. '_last. 'Thura-. T '. : 1rk 68 have been invited, to cele t';a11Vi h. :tt, "BtttT'thtt c tex. Jr. all of the car -.have'b S, R. 23 atwood *,- t r\'t- .,4'. 1"in technicolor

following ,|heir, we ding '-," orate. the occasion with her 1 "wasthere" the' night of Dec en confiscated he said even Crashed d l1 ;: <-/AT'THE
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4 : sal at the First !, _'. .. V &I 31 uhto'4rieKmornInVto'i Jan; truck.dtiT.tmbi' James. \ .
there is
.4 r- ..' .. though no Americangas '
) pastorium.' ', 'Hostesses -' ,, ': %,1 I. : V 700 Persons I 11 f 1:,19.6!..t >=date.that: ivset.by. available and no. parts to MWfr..1i? w'-' t1 I'cj. b.

: s lovely 'affair. .'we're'Mrs. 'V' ,. ,. [ 5ta't.ute'for'ah.qwneir' to'be bc- repair thtm.V Most people Range atJactMsf! ttwlC t. : fI R

Hazen. ) ; Randa- Chit- : Enjoy July .4th I|!: cupyin?',his 'property ur'order there have no meat at all, he "jm .over 'We' :"ithW. R. ..FLt

[ $. V...V."Hazen* and'Mrs' .:.. 1'i V V DuPont PicniV, *,,.:;to."claim'vTipmcstead" e'xem-V ,reported, and soap is very rifle taken% :'t.f briZ1c.v'. : 'r .;. 't.T'.t'tK-t'
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.SaleT ., q Uon't. : V'V scarce now, bu taxes are much At this"poinr-: : e. prLn --V

autiiul .arrangements o! 4. .VV Ar.'Il'nd 700 persons including J "A lSt.ssor. 'Long,.had.; Uged iigher.V guards OR,tht l

( ,' g1aiio1I'idhite dai .:V; .',: V' employees] 'of both' .Du, Pon|I:1.to'1 grant jibmestead Vxsmption Even before he left last September -' from theirrjenny .l?mfSr:; ; fJ' it ., & Tues.
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we.re $ed .tofadvantage in V plants, and their' families en.J; on'the'plaice'and'preserjed an.opinion t haPlfnftti-1J6r.a''' "
} V Diaz de Arce s&id.irticlPs Iff' '
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I points of interest in : ,"V''V f: ,".' 'V :< ycd a 4th of July .outing: a'f!. _frwAttojrre7' ,;General -- such as razor. blades flange. covered; iiem| 'wli ..., : f :, .10,

; rV1 paatorhun for tnc" occasion r. .: ; ; 1 : V V V the picnic grounds near the En- Richard' rYln' that 'threp ai '
; .. ': ., .. : .." .. > SayIng ;ere difficult to get. Now, he ifle.7he f it'ADMISSION
IU ,were seated at threi ; ';' '.,, "V.. :' 't;_iVw V>V ..".".'.. ,{'.. >' -. >.' i.Ien's Club on Kingsl 1i t f a' homeowner must actually' caid. a cheaper product from with 'M1tI r;; maJWted-t! 'Wi''f'. lJ.r\ .
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SV_ \which *ere centere-l .. ., \ J" V. 1.'V V V: ', .ake. ;: b re's1dilin thho. <'In Europe is imported. cape andortei'ot.:: : ui. iiads| 25c
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bouquets of ,white daisies w S ..t,.. .'V'is', V V V : -: V' V ". .V V floats on this occasion were[;good fit![ '.:on the tax daTe in :: "Cubans still for Castro are ,an two miles to. feUpwne Ifiesheriff. -
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j* Annette : :; by yellow t p rs..Brid 1'r'-?>* _,.*.:./*. <,.' "*'."f". '"- "' .-,.,,''.-,", ..''", '. .'..fiI''w' 'ie. Trail Ridse. .and i'Highland,ii rder t6 obtain 'homestead' ex- *for him only because they hope .. < .V 'tf I Students __--- v

cards marked the seat- '. ,;, .' .;.'. _. ,,"'"<-'"'- ; .' Social ClUbs Fried.cnicken waS, emptlorii V Adolts __i: 75. (
faI [things .
: To B i '1". . ., ; '. ;:, : : ".'. f ; -. will improve, he said Whitehead said p1 \, fftJ -.
I arrangement for the 15 '". '. ,V:. .,' "0 .".,.'" ,,.'. .'.,".4:1'' v" '. .' ',I .".10' cooked on: the grounds.' and!ILong'said (hat another:fam. : sdding that most of hb coun- fired,Shp at 1S i'
Alan ; ';, .;._,11.. .:. J'.i\.' .,. served with baked 'beans, cold* ; actually the 1a-l1l: .Cartoon. .
ttr9f' jI j ... ".' '."' v...' ily was occupying rymen would welcome outside of ttife guards t;; .. ;
; bride and groom pre .'' ". .j. .,;.,}. jla\v. chicken and rice, and' atthe..' that ': V VjII,. .V h." 0 Vr V .
..: ; ; jhouse 1 .time/andr intervention. In his opinion but missed. There .. : T V .
I "Mn.. and. their attendeilts' V with ;' .A' ;'".' i..,.::.. .{. -U bottled drinks.: ;L" Green. Jr.::sajklhe would sleep Diaz de Arce states, another ports'.that,qnfgu3di.r ',"r .t.. f"eoi'lsrJQLr&' THUKS.

1,)Gteen! of guts during. .the lun' There was a carousel ior the ,[ in hiS _car' in tlie' yard'' after much larger invasion from was taken; hbst4geVbJRe; | 2.13

'. the engagement' .' V V : Melissa Stallings Weds Andrew GriggsIn children and organized games,, being jrefused admittance for V some side country will be neces- i'uniof was'dispelled'ajter' ?
tei Leslie I list 1chided 'mem-,: including bingo for the adults.' 'that : r'. ,, Double Feature.
,. ; -guest ; pir'pose. J ,tai7 th'fr e Cu.k. once again. all snowetlP.. -J 4 "f' '
" McssmorV. son of the.wedding party/and I Saturday Episcopal Ceremony Prizes were awarded at intervals Greltt. Sr. maintained Jhatthe ...If .
{ There is no doubt that' tIe The searcb. ?cO1 Mt4afl /06feEN
Chefiter.L.. ; Mes .-. %' .,guests. : during the day. j .people .In.;ttte. house nadLnotp4ld Cuban people are against ,a- athIspoEntIed f.s 'b' OF
(Miss Esther Melissa Stal-, groom was flower gir' also( \ .
Vlr41ie'VPide- I- -: tings, daughter. of Mr. and(, in a gown identical to the honor rent on the Jan. 1 tro," the minister stated.,' but sheriff and. Roqk3mersce11nours :f OUTER SPACE
from.-Bradford FredVSflC1IVV i date,ant! did riot do so-Until a Castro. Is too, well 'organizedtor
I Ws.. Charles Stallings, attendant's. Board : Rang v1lte '
rom ;
recriyed l'her de Begills'Budget V --nipleVof; 'days later. : Cubans 'inside Cuba to.:rise t L jVj a Zsa Gabor
brother jown 1w T _
: Sr of'Waldo, became the bride Hubert E. Griggs, Jr., rkeVVVV9j'P
d With -
from.tbe,UlU Peplied, that the man i '
up. "Every day that
of the served best passes north' pf the so&"ancjt'.jtirrounded "
'Andrew as .
of Grig groom
Joseph s. son .
Mr.::. )Jlessmore 'of the hot18:had attempted to Castro gets stronger so .the 'r V .r. V .
Luncheon of ,Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. man and ushers were Charles Battle'i by guards'arnesit'n .
Miami .Edison 'pay the'rent'when the family 'sooner another invasion can : : : V .\; VV
I Griggs; Sr. of Cocoa in a.:Norwood, Joseph B. Whitley a clump of bushes : B.MieUrst t' ; "
Bachelor at Norfdk'V Fred 'Snell was delight beautiful ceremony perform-1 Harrison B. Daniel Jr., Donald [,m ved lnto4iie/house' the last j V come the better" he added. taIled'Vtotaftd 'up'rhelnordered : 1 cphantWalk:
J' *
I degree from : ; surprised j with a birthday Saturday evening, June 17, at1'Osteen, Thomas M. Griggs, From Page One! had of December, but that Green j Though very anxious to re- to dos4b7 hej ierTf WIthl1abethand J **
Florida refused to.
.Ue.'Is V accept thej!;urn to his homeland Dia de { .
given in her. honor on, 730 o'clock in St. Mark's Richmond. Va. cousin of the County Road Department expenditures V but stood and:surrendcttjl
IN ineologtcal"1 ; ; check until.,after Jan. 1 ae.'!
F. Jr. would include: road I Ioreman's' Arce cautioned'against another meekly when Whftehwd: ibid 'D ip& Andrews.
lay by Mrs. Randal Chit- Episcopal. Church. .Cocoa; Of-; room, Tom C. Stallings k* .vI : ,
:' ,at her home on Searing',,1'iiiat'ing, i at the eremo"y.were. and Harry C. Stalling brothers salary from $90 'to', j Invasion attempt until a large i, guard- to jshoot'i..i F V...V .PI
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w.edding I 3 i.a.rtoon'r
: !
enough is
road force assembled The
week assistant '
V $100 a ;
of the bride. .
Canon William L. .Hargrave j Exiled Cuban V V "
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rd' ? I
p initial
attempt'was too 'small V V V
I' buffet luncheon table godfather, of the bride and;1 Michael Hill, son oj Mr. foreman from $80 to $87.50 a VV' ; ;1" '
,Iri .Die & SAT. 1
: covered with avhite: 'dam' -'Canon Robert J. .M.McCloskyi1; und Mrs. Edwin Hill, served as week; and increases for the..- V v1*" !"' V :: and-had no air support and so Call Street f1 : V FRlat ,
! } :with) ten other members of the road never reached the people in- IIijthV14! 15 !
clot and>centered with a assSt1rig. ringbearer.The j:(; ; .$'
lowing in 'the : t %
.HitsCasIro iirJe Cuba j
'C ten frosted "- birjthday': ke. Serving as maid! ,of. honor bride, given in nnrriage crew from $65 to $70 a week.. said. 1" r' r.bl

'nlty All" ; ; ] 14 guetsV'ere: .-seated at was Miss Barbara Greiiier in by her father, was lovely hvani, Ncini.of the proposed i irici eases .' .- 'ft Asked if he saw any good at 3tarniasnnp: ; ; ,'jIf \ featureBrown \
.ffiends ; lecelved formal board Continued : One] all in Castro the slight.mini- V
;- From.J a
tables centered'with'tpink
;! silk
imported organza gown .
length of. ,
a V sea .
. Invited fto* ; gown ; V '-V-. ." Of V ster shook his head negatively VtContliiue4' r 't, -, .j, GUFIGHTWthitmt !
placed Jn the f tamily mstsilk worn overmatching worn,poised 'Over layers of bridal Monday. 4 V V4 i J ; .rro t ; V
organza Ei 9:1
and reception. i ; hey :we%>es nginteie: old] 35lng-that' the Cuban leader V
I V taffeta, trimmed with i When it: came, to 'Sheriff, ; V .
.. taffeta' The bouffant: ap ,iMethodtet, pAfsoiiagei on 'J-V' $ $ J anPalmer l
P. D. ,Rejd1sl's proposed new bias become a puppet fof. Communists had possibly blacked'-'C
\ lunch bridge was .k.1rt;'was enhanced by shirred pliques of Chantilly lace. Folds Church: tr ?*# ? kV' VV V
Anri ual Cha'irman Carl Pre- .jStree to .manipulate. V irari1i 'w1ieri Afi. di ri !.Gr gg ;
oudge .
'ed during V the: afternoon.''panels, in' back'outlinc'd with of silk organza were caught at! 'exnea jfihister .. I
hono'ree.'fj-eceivedi l : many :' wide : vat; 'expressed the opinion 5 The Castro gives the. orders,.;but. ::6' para'rk1ac ; : ", t."Jf"i il. '
satin and satin : the waist in back with a '
" P ll .binding roses red V paltoratea. "f ,, -I 1i.
\ Qffi&; ,; I that high" and he cd'he.; was:!ft : .1 1 is Ii. such a, position that ,--he el .r tbr' thzbraket. ,0 -. 1J S -
; gifts "from" the guests(The-.moulded bodice .f atu'ed I'ouf bow. The moulded Di r it was "too / Tlu l1i..N rk. : ..., ; .' '.. V
.n \ 1Y .
,/ I Telegraph : >'vere t'her '. close j friends.!' I a scooped neckline and short'] bodice.featured a square necki.ne wa$ against approving jt. Commissioner with thC: ula-fbn, ; that he!1 depends' almost. entirely; on... 'ea: 1f11" ,. ; .HO.' .ROD. I
\ Jerome; Johns 'sug- ; "Evwyday.that e'en for7 .l" '
; '.' .were. .t awaded4o. -low sleeves. Her headpiece was a"II made of scalloped.Cnanfilly rvertw:f'ars.'Hejooli V tliejob' ,.
,' eestedwe.wait 'tmtil'LlJuly: ,I passes he loses a'little feet onboththe, :1d v.: i i .
jjjr.and Mrs. acLpIayers. emboidered with floral
! high. single cabbage. rose. with a : lace_ Jn.f 'fitark .--..Wh1. 1i'hasVflO II 1 *" : \.r ,G NC
|were. rboosts ,at ] '. Chilly; was .aSs ted in circular nose veil'in matching i sprays iridescent sequins 18 ,meeting- and;' havetthe more power, he said. street IromIer'5" o'. ', } \ '. .
: ::6ucri resfrljtio5s;. ahe:. ,'can" be! The exiled minister also said' ( .hl' I t tr5Ul&r .
"' "V9AJuK | 'andcaring1'. 4' for* her''fea 'mist.-She carried a white I.j.'nd seed 'pearls. Her veil was sheriff. dIscuss1t'w1t1j4e. 'V V 'ready 'to fleave immediately! .' he'thinks LaUn ":", _. 3 It thene. .'. in ent. .

fe 8upp' ) t. y. ilV?..' Qre v:1teqdish.: I basket of yellow and whit I l iattached to a.-large single cab- Although, not 'appearing;,ajt hb'hainlahd'FFhenl!c.onditioruchere America. wpuld I:I. ,the'lastthinl. ;' .e'i'. 1.; : V V ,
t a.firm !
welcome 1 the
: :, stand hy > 1 ,
J ; f'n.'I..
,Lajce Qxome; J "" i shasta-chrysanthemums .'casItading. -!!I bage rose;of white taffeia. She Monday's meeting, .the:'San.ta. permityr: ;" la S10a rt' fewv. W'VPJU.V'Cartb n .
\ ( : / -j. United State the :Cuban .: .rn,. : .
i on
I g Fe Regional.Libraryjn pfe- : CQhrty;- t S1a4e'4r. I down-either side.- i carried a prayer book topped 't. V ,' I tinE' th Std waltd '- '
; /Asked '
la I V \lo requested lin':.increase 5 fhatii'he'. uppose. "ituation.'I. -'I. don't asreeVwith. .' f 1. O1-J" ib' '' ::1. ; :, = /
r A tUielr,. .' j I ""Serving, as bridesmaids in-i v.-ith-.ajs'ingle white orchid Her j_2-fSV >Ji.Vr ., V .'od\l: 'U '_: ', .:: !

j ", \j01) {* < f e i !r.. I'dresses identical'to, the maid rtmly ,ornament was a family from -hal..f."lI111.I/to\) \ a. .full ...: r. to V ---;-V .. T VV' .. Ie _: "' ,. !
I 'In$/ ;o r., Dishonor were'Miss Jackie'Col--i heirloom' diamond pendant, at aiill for its program:1ti., 'the. ., V } v' "iT mm! lf'-m:J f', .
1, edVb3a. I ...Hel B ra. ounty. This'would:. be.', 1y f ..q.G. !., } .,.%
;: ;} ; .. ley of Starke,,Miss Nancy Lee t gift of the groom. 'nvett .. l' "" f'. .. '.'
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I fin the djiiln- I -< Jates.ofthe State Farm, ,Miss A, reception was held-in from'$4.500 to just imder $10,- *.VM, -_ X. i '' MMMh.' tfMM" '--z '
j 'guest(1ei1g'i8[ ,.H., siaaefJr. of ,Ja, kson- iThursbyHall immediately after 000 It had'been' .ppinad .out H'" .' .,".. i. ; ::" V 4'. .> ; V VI
Barbara Weiss of Eau Gallic .
.and Mrs. T. ; ._ t ', : 71.VV .
'9'F ; i 4 ,
much < "
."9n that Bradford benefits '
on"tn r ; .
Uoi : the wedding. Guests were .
: ,
of. f1
Mrs. Harry C. Stallings .
'been .. ., .- "
d 'Starke, has \ .
of I
from the Santa Fe. set .1. '. .
two pQrj(3is.( 'Miss :!( at the door by Mrs. more : ., .. > ..., '. '. .. ,' ,
d b-Hot'el?!; "\C minia- Waldo. .and Oayl&Sithaeffer : V '., '. ;1 ., ,.'., t ,I\ J I Iff.ri. -r.:. .- ""
:joridtfIt. \ : : t 'serve, : of :.jCocoa"'' .V "(Edwin ,B. Hill and Mrs. Lester up than it putsin it: the large .' p. ".t} < rt % /47,. .t.'. i,: \" l. : i
r..tt t'tl el to. such' as'Aia huaJ .1.1 1"0 .}r. : .J'rot. ,
'cu.In'kt.l V' E- Butler. The brides' book was counties .
J MiSs W l-, .
All V iiJb : com 1s1ons" : advisory: At dof sister Susan lof the'Stallings bride, 'served,t,kept: by'Mrs. Tom C. Stallings. carrying most. ,ofthe loadi. : ', ". : ". r I'','Jt3 l,f.\_ ,.<> fe M6fr.: .. ::;' '

I-1 if ro 9%out f 4 ,fijr 3 1 equipment.i. : sjuhl6r brldesmaid'in v ""it'Jr. V The board. ,will met, July lfc

j I I.JMf8 ,Tot \ ldnt h'h. of t is theFJ6rida..drgo.*serving: T qufe-as ?dress; identical'to*, that' of the 1 The bride's table was covered for its second round-< with VV'V' the" :"' ,'. .';..4(., .': .. .... '. .Jo- ANDQEttt., .
Gaiil Miss Anne, with a white handmade lace. budget.V .. ..r H" .' / p
Upnpr attep ; : MVf.
o-Gas. .Asaocia --r. :. 3'
-Petroleum. V J.- ., i -* ? i :j
M .et p cloth over greensaLn and.I J S->'-l--r.. *
tL. 'V '. i., "< ._' Griggs. of.' Cocoa. .niece. of the. -aught softly in the middle and ; ... t I.?... 1' I fil.SJ'/.T' ,:'':, 'of,: r. <',I.\.I' i'CJ. ..";'.. I

' .. .. Tax Assessor 1W'
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:' I y V .'t at either .end with white satin "'r.. %ml .' .../ .$. .

.' t ,f V VV VV.t', I bows lilies of the valley and .' -V -* <; ) "..-

\ : I i.green aas appointed'with spray orchids.silver The table candelabra Long Holds Fort IH.j! TH.ii jdiJ; : Yl I0|I* ?: \ ; .

:: : WAKE .Up 'ORBLOWUP"; and white candles. In : fa" S V J" '. .
the center was a fivo-tiered -I' ;v 'l'
: : V HOUSE!' '. : ,
wedding cake with an orchid ,;0n New Values s'i ;: V . : .' -
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corsage. in the center. Mrs."Hubert ; .. L I. .
: $ '
\ f E.. Griggs,_Jr. pf Cocoa,.an-d I Continued From Page One] n..:' ; ,". < '.. .
Nation faces the gravest V Mrs. Doyle F. Peacock of Tallahassee I '
its birth, our ,
day'of .
Sincejthe. c '., T. H. Slade, whose ntw assessment '
:' edi ated we.have'V: : served the cake. .is $15OUO [$10.000' ,. :: ; ::
times and the most dangwqis-an d! enemy Silver 'punch bowls, white 1 : : '. f 'V .: k'c
.no1J.-e empU., said i itvwould" '
while they continue gladioli and pentis with i
mums '
ever. .' known; To. pursue ourpresent' ... :course, ; silver candelabra were usedat, t.. rost.him $50amonth in.coun- 4' Duiingthe Summer Months, The'City of Stark. ::: :. : '

to pursue' theirs, irieansTthat ve will either be enslaved .-. the punch table. i ty and city jtaxes to live
V Small .net of col-,;; own home. 'j; : Make FREE GAS INSTALLATIONS:: I' : 1 V ,, .
bags : '
nuclear aqua WiJl
war. : 3' .
forced vto fight a ; _
by Communbm or V 'oyn home. He told Long however : .' VV V '; ': T' L..J V V'V
.tfie 1 "r V
ored rice were passed t ." .tVJ -in.1 i ;* V ,

Because of our concern for finding a better method' of ,guests.. ,.,, V.' ; were, that not too the high assessorA'va1u:: 's: r '. ; ;;....fQ' Those Who- Have Service Lines AlreadyIn-I \ pV V V

I After spending some: time I .,
take said that the new' ,. ; ,
r combating this .evil\ .and toencourage; each of you to ;. rf, :with their guests the, cO'JPle'left Long : at.:by..formulai .. .asbe55mentsarrived ,-- i; *; .":7. ,: /ita1ld.I .,., V'V', V .. -.J.. 7,' ".,'- II' .' .
oh ; V V
to each a wedding trip to Georgia \ .
this'program eha mailed : Ooo ; '
a more active part in ,, are, based on what a1 v .%. V .V -
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L' and North Carolina, after : kV ..f '. J' ; .. 4. V _.j \!: I. : '.11' 't.. i-. "
V. box'holder in the county.a"f4iTiy bookV! containinginfor- ] ;' which they will reside at '1052 man.ha.-"not WIiO'heL'J: H.e1 j ,<' V V :. ,' -V 'P' .} \ .p'V .3 I .
1. .," frV '. said he must .have.-soBie. formula ;
: I Olive Street. Cocoa. The bride r ; We Connect 'and o 9 i P'i' :
".Vt 4inV to.how Communbm is>mafiinUs;!: advances. i I in making assessments, i r ; i.bpf t
> chose,for traveling a na{t blue .
outside board" wouliibe ,. .
"some "
.' :0. "
VV V ;:-T;: V )Ve. .hope ,jrpu; will .sltody this. information. and' will react. \. .V 'two-piece dress with and rca white cummerbund coming around:'wang 'to"' ..L l I ;[ ancesAT. NO"COST!.:1ft10"': .: .'.'. ,. .; .'1t''F :I' ;: .:. :
; navy *T. . ,
know how he'arrived at \alues. '
; ( and telling. '. v J.
; Congressman -
'5tpjthiskno\vl die by ,writingyour accessories, with the orchid :
0. The assessor once again 1 : ,

I _:. *:himyoij l' are' ready tO Sup) t'' ,him' :in an honest, program of '.from'Out-of-town her bridal guests bouquet.were Mr.iand 'pointed out that ,it 'js.,' the ] : '! ', i 'ihJi:: J I .'t 'r;

: tatlon( tiat w..iliio effectl{ v ely.combat. this :e ..You. may. -\' Mrs. B. D! Waters" ((:Tit- County ,Commission. that set$j I V 'For'Kitchen" I liiibyr Constonfrt4. S"pp iceat .V
the and 'detetmmes"the .
millage. '
-Mr. and Mrs' H! O.'Bates i ,J \t s .*. 11-: .'V'V' :
'ietL ; V : 'V'V'Z, _roo .
; ""Jave some-idea' about how.)'ou "should, proteed against ; of taxes a man must pay. It j. ,. _oJ. .,( ftt' .' .', '. .' t.. -;,:. II'1f" .
r. 1'
and Nancy Bates lNI1. I. .
solicit and would be\/gad '. ;s my duty only.to set-.values: ," j : Cost. ,' ;, .. ,. .. -:' ;;: "J ....1 rt ..' A'I i "-" : .- .
r .:"t his enemy. We i your,.su_ gestioM. >: State Farm Bill Harrington Long said. though 'adtiitting, Afr ... ...; ,.' ,. .. w .1"-:; ."' .- '. .

f wto'> be .. 'Miss Jackie Colley and Mr., and ihat, "I'm the ont.who catches I f V V V .' : ;4. i : .' ..'l't; J. V
( ... Mrs. Harry c. st llings, all of ". .. ? *'
J it whenever taxes go up. 'i]

_. ticn' .. ; A V *** VV 1 3tarke Griggs;and Mr.sons and of Mrs.Richmond Oryis,, Long said he had .duubled ;) : lJqur : bQ. }l w1 9 !, ;tffGonai-. V -.w, .

his assessment.roll during .the .
F6t'your'consideration would .ask that consider Va.: Mr. and Mrs. Patt S. McCormick j 1.
you =
V ten years he has been in of.- ]: i.-g.it i..ct.--t : :
: and Mrs. H. L. Hutch-" ? tioning Operation. f- ., .. ld ,... ,, I
\ 1 the.! ;'thought t contained within the following suggestion: inson of Gainesville. i lice "and yet the Commission j 1 ', j.L 't't. i" > .u.-'. '-'-..'.A .

is stiU'levying the same l V For; 4&y to/ > .
: Laundry ;
.f That we urge. !,the. President, : ,the. ".United States to invite. amount of milbge.":He said j L :;,.. V .. ., "J. 't., k<. ''' .
Social .
V SecurityA .j; .
V at his,.pona11 'invitation, .,bunch-eci of our most able if the board wanted ..to ; DIAL \96413gI il ': f" :

$ V representative of the ; people from, paying mo Plj j,4 '- I
: of society to 1 t
leaders from varidus.phases our FORFURTHER
and capable V .
.. '4 Gainesville Social S"urity taxes, they: should tower th VV I
f.' assemble In Washington for the' duration of time necessary" office will be in Starke at- 'the millage as he 'picks' up. adI I ; V' V .4''V .- V .. ;;
> -" court room of the courthouse:, iitional values. | .
,..' .to .study: every aspect .of.;: this problem and then .suggest 'at 9:30'. m. 'on Frida)rJuls: ,1 Calling"for opinions on his .ill .1

rways and means of TOTALLY. MOBILIZING, our resources 14. for the purpose of ,coji:.\ 'program. Long received praise t't': A.K"'Ef' !

; ducting social security. .b Sf-, 1 from Commissioners Jessie : : :
V of this conspiracy.. V1 I !
for the purpose defeating ness.,. V Chast ... L. Crawford, '
*" "
:.I V : ': 1 Persons who,,desire tc makf ;;.and Jerome,.:-W.Johns- all of :.
Watch this same space, next week for further information applications for social secur-, whom said'heiras Jjing

.' : relating to comm nlsm. V i i Ity retirement or sumvoriI '&obd 'ob. Commfesione:, Rus; I : Natural Gas Departthent

l ; : I t benefits, secure social.sururitj r. fell'Green made no Cmmen\! .- .

.' .i account ,.numbers., of .t.. _TI r,, arhjle Chairman' Carl Frevattraused .! ,
SLADE GAS' OF STARKE ; other social security informa-:. to ask a qiestlon i ,rVV V V :- :!" V
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: I tion, are invitedrepresentative .' u'f t about assessment of timber- i ,jJ i OSCAR DAVIS, Superintendent,. I i
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ryy'yyyyy.y yyyyyy yyyyyiyiiyy.y yyyy..yyyy.1 with the Keystone Heights I Funeral Beach visiting an aur.i, and: ""lr'.Yn"'" :I I ,VYYYYY'VVvyyyyyyyyyyyyCRANDIN' week.Mrs. ; i iI iTN. I

Junior Woman's C1u .. The HeldWednesday :uncle having gone there to Charleyene Brantleyand I j .. ,C. Burnes. Callie Rye, Mrs. !

:; HIGHLIGHTS ,Loat motor. and trailer, which /> : children spent Mo .- at Margaret Stuart all of Gran- t
KEYSTONE i take her two young (,)usins, MELROSE ( ay
I everyone has heard: so much For I Susan and Tommy Bailey Lake Swan. :t!.din, 'and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. I II

about will'be'given to som .vho had: been visiting .a Key Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Clay! and Mann of Florahome. I II
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Mr. ChristoffersBernhardt By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Mrs. Rebecca
: .: lucky person at 9:30: that stone. BrantlejAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'A'AJ. ; ,son of Palatka visited Mrs.
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sale of tickets on this boat will I' J. Alderman last weekend.W. ,I '
I Margaret MuirPleasantly Brokas. Nancy Sutton and Christoffars, 67, of Lakeland spent the Fourthof _4and Mrs. Donald Beach '
-- ( help pay for the lighting of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes.and. C. Barnes has turned THE NEW BROAl POINT
Surprised j Mary Ann Schaeffer. Out-of- died Monday morning at his ; July weekend in Keystone nd4.f 'MIsS Joyce Rothhammerof ,
I the Reservation [football r family of Jacksonville visited: home after spending several
I.Thursday.. June 2&, was a town guests were: SaUy Ann ; lield.1 home in Keystone Heights : with their c uslns. MoO. and I Tulsa--,. ,. Okla. spent; the iclatives in Grandin last Sat- in Jacksonville.Mrs lindY II

u big day for Margaret Muir.j Epperson, Henri Lou Lennis j I II I after a brief illness. J Ivlrs..Chester Moody. Th visitors I week with their parenU, Mr. nday.I days ALL PURPOSE

daughter of Mr. and Mis. Lew ; and Vickey Devrlck from'jI Tickets for the dance mayS I Mr. Christoffers, born flew up' : to the Keystone. i and Mrs. Grant Ro.nham- Mrs. Rhoda Perry of Melrose l- Edith Bishop of Gainesville MARKING PEN //

Mulr who celebrated her 16th Starke. and Jean Morr's from t be purchased from any mem- in Brooklyn N. Y. on March I Airport in their''own: plane: I mer and their brother, Mr. !I visited the Weldon rant- was calling on Mr*. Beli- f393

I Rosswell. Ga. Also present for ; ber of either club for $2.50 per i 28. 1894. He was a retired and on Sunday, all of the I and Mrs. Glynn Rothammer sario one day last week. _
birthday. that day. Sh obtained -
after attending
"eys Sunday
her operator's license the fun were Margaret's par- : couple. Music will be furnish- j I flower merchant, and:! had I Moodys flew to Lake Cty: nd mer. and family. Mrs. Beach on : Mr. and Mrs. Roland: Tannerof Large STEEL BALL POINT
morning service at
.. ..., hat I Rnts and her brother, Johnny ed by the Car-Tunes from i!. been a resident of Keystone ; :back rejoicing in the faq that ErjRie former Mary Roth- worship Grandin are the proud par- that writes on more
2 morning, and in the .. Paran Church.Mr. .
ents of a baby girl, Karen than 100 surfaces
Gainesville who will play j Heights since 1936. i j they were out of the holiday hammer.
S afterno her friend Mary and Mrs. Enlee Tillis .
a I Slumber PartyMargaret ii from 9 till 1. A veteran of World War I, traffic. Mrs. Ethel Gress, Dolores j Renee. Ideal for salesmen,shipping
Ann Schaeffer was hostess at i I Miss THUS all of ,
; 1n::d Gladys Barrie Jernigan of Palatka clerks older folks' and
: :. surprise- party for her. Mar- i Muir was nostess :! Dress will !be optiona" which Mr. Christoffers was a mem- f I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duhe Cross. Debbie and Dawn Keystone Heights called on inyoni who prefers abroad IN ,

: :ake when all her friends 'i to three of her friends at a'' reminds us that we must go ber of Melrose Lodge 83, F. &':; and three children 'en for Cross, and Mr. and Mr:;. Lowell -j( other was calling on Grandin friends sasy- oses mark.
pop- Mrs. Rosa Brantley ant1 .
A. M. member of the : heir home in New Oilcans Wednesday of last week.Mrs. S GIANT INK Supply. Ink
I Gainesville
garet was on her way to the I slumber party on Thursday: out and shop for an optional: a ; I Gaverick of Columbus. friends here last Sund< 3. meets U.S.Govt.

I' ptd out from tehmi 'the I evening July 29. t hereby
: shrubbery to shout, "Surprise. -( winding up her birthday cele- ;;(; fl. E. AIR CONDITIONING, oco Temple and Scottish Rite.:\r Keystone Heights with Mr. .R.,, fcutis GtunKteet,

a ." From then on, there tration. The girls atienied BROWWS REFIll GERATJ ON)I Florida Wing of the Civil Air':; and! Mrs. Everett Fox. Mrs. t Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Crouch: ; sister, Mrs. H. A. Grainier at much better now. S Nationally IS4versed ,

: were swimming boating ski- the movie at Lee's Drive-in STARKE PH. 969-1121 j j Patrol, and American Legion Fox and Mrs. Duhe are a-sters. ,and daughter G ye from :her home in Grandin I last 3at- Business visitors to Palatka II COLOtl 0' INK C

t. ;ng, eating and confusion. before retiring. Mat garet's ,, The Rotary Sponsored ,i| Fost 56, in Starke, He was wellknown Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Muir I West Virginia visited Mr. and irday. last Thursday and Frid. i wereINSURANCE Perfectly Balantta-\

guests were Mary An.i Schaeffer -. in the areafor uis unusually -.. and children spent the week- i Mrs. Crouch's' and augh-I No Fatigue The Color of
son }
: Margaret received: love.j gifts 1 YMCA Swimming Instructions: Mrs. A. G. Hinson is ': rIousy the Pen denotes
and two girLs from large and valuable end in Alabama visit ig the ler-in-Jaw Mr. and Mrs. Dean I I Color of Ink
I from all the guests, including: A-ill begin Monday m. rnlng | ill m Jacks Memorial: 594... ..... -
..... Starke, Sally Ann Epperson, tamp collection. a.id fre- :i I birthplace of their older child, Crouch and family. t .
: Butch and Jimmy Fox. Ro-I July 10, with registration at Hospital at Miami. ,... 10 lCI.p. ThE A'Aftt' Ic&D
fan Thomas, Eric Reltearn and Henri Lou Dennis. 9 a. m. that day. These lessons :; duently lectured on his hobby ,I Margaret.Mr. Mrs. lore Parks and amil \ Mrs. Mildred Bur-j\vs of Auto.FireCasualty t .<. TMlOtO $Ull EA...Alo.AS..-.

.. Alec Livingston, Dwight CAP Outing Termed Success are free and all children liv- j at meetings of youth groupsand' and Mrs. Curt Scheel spent two weeks in North Gainesville visited friencs; and Bonds and Allied Lines i iI iI
I civic clubs.Surviving ,, and children spent the week- I
: Mitchell, Herbie Nelson, Jr., Major Bert Christoffers Jr.. l iQg,or vjsiting in the arss are !. Carolina and: Ohio. i elatives here last Saturday. I
: Tom Gardner Harriet Harper leader of the Keystone Hi-ights urged to attend.: Classes will are his wife Ge- end with Mr. and Mrs. T. D.I John Brejfogle son ci .Rev. I Reynolds Bradford County

David. Schaeffer. Dianne Civil Air Patrol Squadron, is be .held each morning, Mon trude Murray Chrlstof era of Whidden and family. Mrs. and Mrs. Breyfogle, is at Mr. anj Mrs. Ercell Sapp Agency I

.bI.. pleased with the outcome of day through Friday, until July Keystone; two daojhiers, Whidden and Mrs. Schtel are f| Camp Weed in Carrabelle;:;: for I ind children visited Mr.Sapp's W. L. Reynolds :
Mr. anit .dr;;.
Mrs. Barbara Owens, sisters. parents I TELEGRAPHVERMONT
e. he barbecue held at th? home :21, at which time the; will ; l'ensaI( two weeks. I in': Ph. 2442 2701 !
of Col. and' Mrs. Harold Ashley ula: and Mrs. Dorothy New- 'Sorry to hear that Bunny Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rippy of D. Sapp, Trenton Sun-
i be an Awards-Night follow-! I Ke'stone'lleight, Fla. !
MINIPUTTCARPET J near Melrose on Saturday: : ng a fish fry. Lessons tie for mans, Keystone; two sons Bunce, daughter of M" and Lexington.. N. C., Tomm Rodgers day. '

July 1. The :weather wss: delightful all non-swimmers 1eces- 'Dr. Donald W. Christ offers :': Mrs. W. L. Bunce suffeied a of Ewa, Hawaii and Jef- !, Johnnie L. Mikell: of Gainesville -

the food delicious, larily children. Beginnersmust 1 1 and Bert C. Christoffe'-s. both broken arm as a result of a fery Meehan and Davil Sch- 1 spent last weeicenl with :

GOLF : and there were plently of interesting be at least 5 yeais old. of Keystone; t>ne "siste- Mrs. skating accident at a Jacksonville roder of Atlanta, Ga. wore recent his mother Mrs. H. A. Grain-

I things for the youngsters and they will go into the Minnows Frank Englemah Fort Wash'- rink on Saturday after- visitors of Mr. ana Mrs. ger.Mrs. I .

Lawrence Boulevard to do! such as swimming class. Other clashes, as- ington. N. Y.; and eight noon. George Rippy. I John W. Perry .:,f Melrose -

Keystone Heights J boating, canoeing, and skiing. rending the scale of difficulty (grandchildren:' Mr.'and Mrs. T. D. Whiddenof A birthday: party for and Rebecca Bran'ley of : \ [

Proceeds will help the Cadetsto will be Fish Flying-Fish. j Funeral services were held Jacksonville spent the :yon Kelley, Jr. was Bun-I' Grandin drove to San Mateo

NOW OPEN go to encampment .t the Shark. Junior Life Saving ,i ht 3 p. m. Wednesday in Jones Fourth of July. at the home of. cently at the home of his ; Sunday afternoon to view the I II Is

'nd of the summer, and help and. Senior Life Saving. II I Memorial Chapel. Stark:, with 1, their son and family, Mr. and parents. Mr. and Mrs. ..Bun-j ruins of the home of Mrs. (
o with maintenance of thj plane If I I Rev. A. C. Holt, pastor of the' Mrs. T. D. Whidden: Jr., on von Kelley. 1 I i Perry's brother. It was completely j

and truck. S non-swimmer-and you are an adult too, and a i j Community Church of Keystone Santa Fe Lake. 1 Mr/ 'nj Mrs. Ray Strick- !; destroyed by fire last

WEEK DAYS proud I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo i
Bake Sale PostponedThe | Heights, officiating. land of Jacksonville spent j -
shy to enter claswith
a j i
{ Burial was in the family plot former Keystoners were weekending -
10:00 A. M. Noon Bake Sale scheduled children find, if I the weekend with her par-
: you may you with the I Facial Hair I
for July 1. sponsored by the break the ice a lot of other 'I In Keystone Heights Cemetery ; Gay .ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Per- j

3OO-6OOP. 1\1.\ I Royal Neighbors of America, t.dults are in your same situation !1 under the direction of DeWitt itons last. weekend. On bunday '11.S I Gone Forever : The State Capitol Building at Montpelier is topped

.5, 7:30 10:00 P. M.n \ i Friendship Camp 5173 had to and would be glad! to ; C. Jones Funeral Home. ';, Mr.and and Mrs, Livingstoi e, Mr. Phillip Morris. Buck King I, Medically Approved Methods S with a guided dome and a statue of Ceres, goddessof
Mrs. Alec living
l he postponed until a date !i join a class with you. So, asa i j Masonic rites were conduct- : ? Paul Huff. Don Williams, |i grain. A statue inside of Ethan Allen is perhaps

SUNDAYS which will be announce later :;I parting thought: Doa't be I rd at the graveside, a*& pallbearers !;:! don Silver and Nancy Springs Button-paniby.car. wentto ;JofinHarpe! !! Winslow Fred- ;; The best way to I more a symbol of Vermont. There is a cannon near-

due to a death in the family i chicken: be a fish! I' were members of the rlckKon, and Rev. Ray Sted- which Allen and his 'Green
3:00: 6:00 P. M.\ and partly by boat. I eliminate this excess -" by Mountain Boys' took I
J Masonic lodge. r
of one of the member ham'1 I
i Card' Party Soon spent a week in Ridge- I hair
S i Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. B. A : problem' from the Hessians in the Battle of Bennington.
7:30 10:00 P. M. I Reminders: crest, N. C. at the S
Baptist Assembly -
j One Tuesday night in JUly- !| Hartley and:! daughter, Dianne, 'Istocomeln. -j I The State Office Building is nearby and is known

I This is your last reminder ,' as yet undetermined the men. So try to keep your, of Arkadelphia, Ark are :. there. f [I request professional -, for the beauty of the Vermont marble facings. The
George LaRuePROPRIETOR i of the dance being held at the iadies of the Estrellita Club free suests of' Mrs. Hartley's moth- Dick Logsdon left turday :. advice. A
Tuesday nights until the State Supreme Court Building houses the Historical
r Keystone Heights pavi'ion: on will hold one of their nice exact date will be annJ nced. 1| IT, "Mrs;' .t li" Graysou, on for' Fort Stewart. Ga. for two ,.S .5 :: >, case analysis can I
i Saturday evening, Jvly 8. card parties at the Masonic Speaking of vague- announcements i! Brooklyn Bay Circle. The weekS of National Guard S ', S determine how Society which contains the Ste-

!sponsored by the KeystoneLiops' Hall, and Phyllis Hussey and I this should win Hartleys ere planning to settlein training. I to cope with your phen Daye press, first printing press in the colonies.

----, -_- _- Club in conjunction Vesta Aiken will be cO-hair-j a prize. ; Florida. Winners of the Melrose 'p : hair condition.

School News j I Little Dianne Ilgen Duplicate Bridge Club include There is no THE
The football field is looking : home from the Bradford : First place, Mrs. Allen E.: Dwyer charge con'

.KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE! '' cry green and very beautiful' County Hospital on Sunday, Graham and Mrs. Kay Segur; sultation. .
Second place, Mrs. Lucille:
these days. Let's keep cff itt : lifter spending a week there. EDMUND DWYER
and pray for continued rain. |, Diannel! has. been a yerj- sick Davie' and: Mrs. Henry Ailckle; Si_
;to Electrologist
S ko* !liltfe.,.., girl! an' Third place Mfs. Roland Bry-,,, 1. ,_" A Friendly ,Bank in ;A Friendly Community
know. Like other .following -
: emergency -
BUSINESS I DIRECTORY I I ;anand'Mrs Giv I1'and'l: ;: (17 .Yeais; Experience) "i' KeYstOne Heights Fla.
people, we. have 'wordered appendectomy,. but she4 ,. ; Val | _. ,{ : .
.- what "the great wall ol .Keystone ?s welj l Dfl.h .way.,to .recovery.1.! Fourth'place: Mrs. Mire;J107.W. VnivtAve. .GainesvilleCall _ _
t .Kei huin and Mrs. 3 orgePheiPs. FB 2-8039:for.appointment i I
- -; Heights" [so named by .
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I wall
--' ; that has been constructed -

if:1. Wheeler. Service Co. Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE I building: 'to behind prevent the sand school and

_AW W* Service- : TV, Washers S I ena & STORE ; Jay from washing down on I ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD.:SALES:

OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY I the buiUing. .. _. ,
\ppL, EIe. Repairs, Etc. M"* -
i I -
-GRanite 5-2401 Melrose : CLOSED SUNDAYS .H. A. Sprow, our principal,

.. (Save this ad -, Worth $1 on ;/J.-7oyJ Keystone, Melrose Highway announces the addition of I .

-: next service call) Miss Betty Lou Gossett the .

:.. LIMIT: -1 ad to customer China & Pottery Greeting REAL ESTATE faculty of Keystone High No other wagon can p1atch./ :.: ; -: .

.5- Between Keystone 4 Melrose, Cards Gifts for all occa- School. Miss Gossett is from : : .

--. We Service Both Arras. sions Free Gift Wraping. C. J. Pete Tennessee and, will, teach I ..

.'.. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Keystone Heights < REALTOR O'Connor1 I I English aducation and being.Girls'certified physical in :; : ,. Chords: features (or opularity ) .

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Servicing Since 1947 HARDWARE REAL ESTATE i i uoth. r I ; .
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MORTGAGES APPRAISALS) Mini-Putt is! :For Golfers .

-'- Brooklyn I Keystone Heights, Phone 4297 .. .
George ,
LaRue's new Mini- ..
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Supply House ---I i, Putt Carpet Gqlf Course does I S ij;
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VAR-TUNG PAINTS I Winifred H. I I not come under the category I I .' f>. ." .: '
; of "Goofy Golf"-with gidgets I I j \1 '
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Redfearn'sAppliances Outside House Paint .
Mildew CRAWFORD i| and gadgets where al you j S .
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need is luck. Mini-Putt the i '-
SPECIAL $t.95 GALLON Reg. Real Estate Broker )1 ,
real thing-for serious golf-.!
Lake Properties Acreage / .
___ HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Keystone Heights Phone 2741 :
i S rs who want to improve their .
Ranches Business .
City j
Maytag Washers and Dryers s;
Zenith T V Odom's Hardware Homes Rentals ;, putting .skill. All rings are 10 ; .f
i feet in diameter. Houvs :. of :
... "We Take A Personal Interest J \ ,
SERVICE OX ALL MAKES & Supply I In Your Requirements" I i play will be from 10 tiU 12 a. '

i m.; 3 till 6 m., and 7:30 : I __-
Keystone Heights. Phone 4252 HARDWARE PAINT Midway: Keystone Heights p. -' 5- -- =' ___ I
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S.'a -.-- Cement Blocks Redi Mix\ I Melrose til 10 p. m.o there isa; time Sc _.' ___ ,. -

Cement ; Iliway 21-open Sundays" : to suit* everyone.. It's Ipts! ,of'f ,r"'a'. ," "i. : ,,
-- BOATS Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils] GR 5-2981 fun, so anyone for golf? ______I- '- ----- _

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PersonalsMr. 5'
Meter Service i- -q- --- _ _r' _
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BOAT Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 and Mrs. William E.Lyons 5-
The Barn 'f,
daughter-1 _
tvwu* RESTAURANTLawrence's and small I
I -"'\.. LUMBER Terry Lee. from Jacksonville _: $ _ I
Dinette 1 vacationing this week at ______
-- San Lebrydo S White
,1--- Short Orders Sandwiches ; Feather Court.

S I Lumber Co. Bottled and Draught Beers f fMr, ,and Mrs. Dennis Bur- .

. .\4.t.n.4)1 SALES &. We Specialize in Custom Sundays Too- Closed Mondays i! toughs- of Greenville' S. C.. _left. ,-;,;, --.-" .'.,. -- ,.' ". ,

Cut Extra Kitchen Open 11 A. )[.-? P. M.j j for their home last Friday I
Lengths ,
,_ SERVICE Materials I Keystone Heights, Fla. after spending, a week with I .There's 'a whole l wagonload of have aU seats, facing forward. just automatically, mufflers are S ,/

Cement'ortar Mix- Mr., and Mrs. Chester Moody reasons .why more people are, There's more distinction.The made to last'thre times as long ,

,,MW --- Sheet Rock RESTAURANT DRIVE.INI I' Curie.:mci.family. ,$.Brooklyn- gay 'I! buying Ford wagons, than any 'Country Squire '(shown above) as ordinary mufflers, .and., the .-

Y'_- .. Mill on Hyw. 21 at Middlebnrr. Mr' Burroughs 's Mrs. other make; is the 6nearidohly/wagon; in it finish.'never needs waring. '
MoOdy ..
; brother
",S :={ FLORISTI ;I Phone 4285I !!White Top Drive-In i' linda; Gayle >Moody dau -hter -j t First,: 'th re' more, .rooni. field with body.panels 'that look 'STOP putting off. Ration

'MILLWORK "A Good Place To Eat"DinnersSandwi.hes \ 'of Mr. an4 'Mrs. Chester j Ford's extended: ( 'load deck'$ the tik -.mahog riYI'wear.}like.siee.L wagon ,you've' always wanted.

I ,.Moody was home from the I longest- and'-widest in -its 'fi ld. There. are, snore .$savings; too.. :SWAP for a *61 Ford'wagon: Milt

l Edna Williams Keystone University of Florida last week"; The. tailgate opening is: 'jseven..' r rtl's Ranch Wagon is America's'lowestpriced while your FdVd: D ales .cele*

,FLORIST-NURSERY i I Millwork I Cold_Beer-Onion Rings j end. here she Is at:';ndlng j jiumrner inches. wider than last: 'year, 'too., ,*: Ml-sfze .*?g n., brati.ng recor -breaking Shop
Take Out Orders
FLOWERS school..With ner was There's more. .convenience:You And ,like aflf Fords every: '}ord SAVE with the'wagon America
t i For All Occasion* CABINETS DOORS 1 Curb Service After. 6 P. M. 4 room-mate 'Paula Ccggins eatf' >h Ve loveS' made ) FORD.
? ari electrifcalff cdntrpUed most. By
Open 11 A. M. To Midalte wagon i more seiyic.ffee <: >,
Melrose. phone; OR 5-2331 WINDOW FRAMES i of Miami; a friend. All.e.Bol- buUtoo aion
roll-down. eaIindowjn: : *() miles between -.America's wagon
Rt. 21 Between keystone & ;
j SII I i| -. SCREENS. linger of Sarasota; and another ,any-Tord wagon .-,.itsstrd- ,chassis 'lubrications, 4,000 miles specialists for 3 2.yearJ J .
II I Trim Materials MeiroseWELL friend 'David O'Qulnn
GAS43O11LED : '
. | ikiati. .Country Squires', a. 9- between oil changes, brakes: ad- ,fORD, pr 5fT lt.&nftlIY tK4 M a amftr'att it .
j Sash Made To Order ;j of Ml mL5 The 'Moody! son, .lOtI; : -ia.fic1rvs'1il1US1t4:
hest Jr. home Pas enger' Country Sedans: Iii. alr I1"
Keystone Heights DRILLINGS ; r. was hat
Keystone Gas Co. i I- I weekend too. having just :their&! ;only 'Ford, wagons. :TJy isiheday to STDP..SWAPI..SAVE ,.. I
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HOUR.'SERVICE' WELL DRILLINGS :: spent the week at,Boys State I ":p'lk.--I ': ; ;..f' '- S .' '_. -
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+! j SAVE STUDIO, EXPENSE PUMPS 1 j at FSU 'in Tallahassev and ; -

; : : :.; ,,SERVICE I! len he left for BakerFli. -t\
IJ PHONE 4351I Have' PicturesTAKEN j 4 ?ffiRWILLEGAR MOTORS2O6iMadjsonStreet
'" MATHEWS "I I There he has summe .'"'..einiployment : <

..... ... jwnchlsed. Distributor of on a ranch. '
I In Your Home We1'I! Drilling Carolyn Jean Moody.aanoth- 4 .t" ', Starke, 'Florida

MELROSE GR 5-5101 I er daughter of the Chester 4
\ SAF-GAS Phone 4212 _
-- Moodys .is in West Palm -' L Jnfive..4 -' J
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'rmmSDAJULY 6, 1961 -_ _.. _>ftRADFORD_ 'COUNTY TELEQRAPH, StAB KE.J' n Rro ..;.. .'. ; ;.., X. "" S .. . F, J: 1J.\
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u 1iW1W11 L. 1)) rose. Also present were Mrs. Eastern Star are urged to join I|,..!. .T..T. ........I sonville was visiting ',here Mr.' and Mrs.tL; 'C; 'Smith 'tenfed: xs. 1-'wishing'" ,.: "aa1J great' '$* ; (

KEYSTONE Ridaught's son-in-law and the Estrellita members at 101 i urcther-in-law and: sister, bit ;moved, to'their: holne In Law-=]I':sticies's'; in-carrying'i .'the Gosper' X.V"; i'R' : ; ,Men's CfolhlagEstaMbltoJ ;m't'II' t

daughter.. and Mrs. Charlie i a. m. Monday, July 10. at the;; HAMPTON: snd Mrs. PI: L. Dinkins and tey last ,week,. and theft madx": t Pl1 Is'foreign: ,..ebon'tar.. ',I* .n .El'lO R'r' j sa 1 I
Foster Jr., and daushterVVinona Masonic Hall. There is great other relativeS'Sunday ", >.... ., .. .r -.- ".- .. ... ,
HIGHLIGHTSf ; I a I ; friends wish them\ luc><,. Mr. .lt' yW: : EL'jI aqsp ntvMbnariii -' .- ,- - .. I

Ann; and another j! need for more workers in order I j Bj Mrs. D, E.. ,Hill f I I Mr. and Mrs- Leslie Phillips : ;and Mrs.. Fred .Cannon'"arid i dad Tuesday -with his !, -- 1

f yf?. .v............... I! slaughter Mrs. Richard Barton I that the draperies may be j fa I and sons: Erie1, and Byron. 1 family* will move Jnto' 'the i' !aukliter, Mrs!'Ruby bsiirrheei; j j ..... .t
I and baby daughter, TonI I completed at the next tewing. II iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjFormer I were Sunday guests of Mrs. ;;' ,Smith 'house soon:: '" I In Hilllard: Qrf Monday He''' ; Support : ;
\ [From Preceding Page] ': da: as well as the Ridaught's r, eet. Phillips' mothef. Mrs. Lura Sunday afternoon, guests 'of : ( .
,, Local Resident | : ;and Rev, Roman Alvarez attended !
now. I tther daughters, Sandy Leola i Very important events are I IVeds' Opp; A>Et Girl i biae-Register, in Dinsmcre. j the O.. E.' Crosbys-- were their|' .t a 'dinner at the.Braver,;

. .' Viola, and June. It is in Cresting f! coming up in August; and Billy May; ton of dirt: and] We welcome a new ,family*:.ion and d a u g hter-in'-lacy. Mr. I!I StreetBapllsf: Church in.Jack;( P I
and Dar-
bit Mr
rell to note that there were I September, and the officers Airs. ,W..F, May Gainesville. ,. :oI :\vrtey. Mr;. .1lPd'.Mrs. W. ani: Mrs. Sherman Crosby; and'' sonville.. ,- [ A E !
Davis and Mrs.
family aie icur generations of ladies : 1and I
pre- and members are most an and grandson of Mrs. Horace 'D..Brown, Tecemly'"ofjstafke. children of Lake Butler 'MrJ Mrs.. : H. M. McRae. of Heif-,j;
Davis' sister. Mrs. Geraldine .ent at this reunion. II xious that the hall be -coking May and Mrs. Minnie Marclon-- are residing in the- Blanchard Mrs IvA.: Crosby of.Bayiess !! bronn Springs spent last i

Almond and daughter Kathy Master Sgt. and Mrs. Harvey its best. II lei of 'Hampton, was married ndme.Mr. Highway, Mr. and Mrs. weekend with Mr'and! Mrs. The Principle Which ,Made
Almond. The Almonds Oar
,i, are Beasley of Oceanside Calif. Members!: are asked t > pack I June 11 in _Opp Ala. to Bar and Mrs. E. E. B; rney. Floyd Crosby, .bit. and ..Mrs. t Harry Lewis. '

d. from Anniston Ala. ant willbe are visiting Sgt. Beasley's i, their sewing kits, a sandwich !I bira Jeanc Hanson of that city. ion4> ,Van, and several.traridchlldren Harold Crews and childien of i Mr. and &Irs.J. W. ,McRae, I i iMr. Country Great! i

,",.. visiting in Keystone for :, brother M. L. Beasley, and |' or two, and portable sewing The wedding took place at visited'Mrc: Bnrney's Starke; Rev. an3 Mrs. Regis i:. and Mrs. Tully Ncrinan, '

: 1 several weeks. I wife and daughter for several I' machine I lit you have one] .the First Baptist Church in mother,. Mrs Georgianne5at Taylor*: of -Jacksonville .Mrs.. i iW J and Mrs. H. M. 'McRae were

jjj On Sunday July 2, Mr. and days prior to Sgt. Bcasley's :and join in this "really' big"|I Opp. The bride, daughter ot,; >p, the first of the -veek.:.. I' .'T. Crosby of Starke Mrs. visiting :Mr. and Mrs.. R. E. : WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS

\' .,TO Mrs. Harold Ridaught were embarkation for'erseas i i project. One hundred per cent' Mr. and Mrs. VV. L. Hanson, is! firs 'Alice,.Austin' and son;';Annie;K llr f'Heilbronn, Mr:(I Taylor ,and family) '.In Vaiford,

i hosts at a family reun.on on duty. During his tour ol duty.;L cooperation, is needed. a teacher at Fort Walton Hughe, of Daytona :Beach are : and Airs. Frank Norman' and :ast Friday night.Mr. .- ;I j Think

._ Peach Street. It was a reunion Mrs Beasley will return t&/j ji.er I Beach, .where Mr. May has been I, tpending some' time with Mrs.! son Ray, of Bayless Highway,I! and Mrs. Edwin Johnson !|

of the Rountree family-Mrs. home in Missouri. 'i i COMMUNITY: CHURCH I teaching- in the high school ileitis DarIey.Miss Sinia Pres- bit and Mrs:, E. A. Sapp of '.and daughter. Jean, Ger- !I SLADE GAS j

|' Ridaught having been a Ilounf Bernard Deegan of S.. j I KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS since his graduation from' the' tott: and the Hiram Bennett New River, and William! Crosby -.' Inide Johnson; and Lioyd of 'c

f'"' tree prior to her' marriage. Petersburg is visiting ior achile Dr. A. C. Holt. Minister I University of Florida in 1960.: family and other reI '\'es in of Starke. ,I Johnson ,spent last weekend''

\- Guests included Mrs. Rid- with his uncle an. aunt, '' Mrs. J. L. Hetherington Mr. a!td' :.\Irs. W F. May attended ihe{ : vicinity: t Mrs. Neta Brown and;: son, '' at' Mantanzas River near Your Business is

\r", aught's mother. Mrs. R. N. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beasley', Organist and Choir Director. th ir1lon'8! wedding. Mr, and 'bits. Marvin 'Howard: of Bayless Highway Hastings. Appreciated I
Rountree of Jacksonville Mrs. and Marian Beasley. Beniard's'' Junday School, 8:45: a. m Mr, and Mrs. Willie; Oilman Thompson ;+ttf) Jacksonville were Saturday ati, rnoon Mr. and Mrs. Millard 1 1.

Ridaught's sister Mrs. R. M. mother Mrs. Beasley's sister Doming Worship, 10 a. m. of Richmond, Va. are spending rpt: >nt Bun av with iL1.. "-andMrs. quests of the Crosbys; also Browning and family spent 1! I
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Goodson and two sons from Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beasley i,. eveialdays, in Hampton with 'W. J, Wilkinson:. 'I Mrs. Crosby's :,arents. .RSr. weekend at.Jug Island onthe. '"=-

Sneads; another sister. Mrs. and daughter, Marian and i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH his 'trother-ln-law and sister, Guests'oi Mr. and Mis., W and :Mrs. J. L. Johns, wad bits' .. Gulf of Mexico: 1'| New Building( Remodeling Specialists
J. R. Rains ani: husband and nephew" Bernard Deeg,:n, returned I ,. ,or, ,
|'I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j Mr. and Mrs. K. B. ,Watter on. L. Turner this week. arc their N. G..Moody of New River.i: IMr. i l
four children from Jacksonville Sunday evening from i I 1 I I J. R. Smith pastor Ralph'i, Mr.i nd. irs. Joseph 'E. Bridges uranddaujthter: 'P;tsy Cush- .'and MrsE, J..E'> dwards FAITU"- BAPTJ. T- CHURCH. ', I IVE OFFER' SERVICES

as well as the husbands: an enjoyable weekend at...: Minister ,:; and sons 'f of two of the Rains daughters ; Steinhatchee where attended opeland, of Music : \. FROM FOUNDATION UP
they I'I arrh'ed. here last weekend for sister! ; Mrs. Gordon enjoyed ,a week's vacat'on at t I I I
; ,Birs. .Riaught's:! !brother a B asley fam :.y re- nd church organist. j, a visit with her brotherinlawand Bridges, an9'daughter..yi'Culman Salt Springs. Linda.spy,t last A. -M'v&y., Pastor i! ,
E.. T. Rountree and wife] and union. :, Services: Sunday School 9:45: ; :Al week '. t"jbie School, 10 a: m. :i
sister, Mr. and Mrs',. Mil'on ; at the 4-H-Club l Camp I 1
::.i loUr children from '.thens I]I Mrs. Paul F Holl ani chil-, .. m. Morning Worship. 10:50: )1Io' her 'ani family] All drove l'I I on Cherry Lake. j jBy Preaching'tl' a. m. This: Month's SpecialINSULATE, 3 BANK LOANPROGRAMS

Tenn.; another brother H. A. ten, and Mrs. Holl's father {. m. Training Union. 7:00: p. down 'to, St. Sun ....... Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.
Augustine on
aw. Rountree and three children: Erie Mecklem are expected n. Evening tmces 8:00: p. day, .T.yyyy..1 r... .. ..........T .11 I ?: Blb'le" study and Prayer YOUR HOME ,
. from Athens, Tenn.; amther :o arrive toay to begin their n. You are invited to share I Mr. and .irs. Martin Mosher:I( StAIE FARM # Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednes Long Term On
Prayer time with I .,, $59 Per : Thou ,-uJ:
brother, George C. Rountree annual summer vacation in !'amily us- left Wedresaiy of last week PINE LEVELI day New Homes ,

and two children from John- .heir cottage on Lake Geneva. I for a visit to"their form!' hi'ne'Matamora. Mrs.: E. Installed, l ,
fon; three uncles of Mis Rid- The Holls are from Pittsburgh. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL m Pa., planningto By 0. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAA i I SOUTHSIDK CHURCIl. OF -

aught and their wives: Mr. Pa. They will be here for the CIIURCII, KEYSTONE stop enroute for a x'tvmi .. AAAAAAAAAAA1.AAAAAAWe Mrs.'J. E. MrRaeAiA : CHRIST,. ,I Specializing ;in Concrete work-Remodeling-Roofs

and Mrs. E. B. Perry Mrand:! month of July. !i Sundays::00 a. m. Church' relatives in Trenton, N. J: 1 Correspondent Back Home 3'mL S. OB.t SOL of any. ke-Add A Room. .

Mrs. C. P. Perry and Mi and:! Special OES Call School, 9:30: a. m., Morning Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy) Well, h everybody! Sor- i' '' ale happy to report another 'I; .Sunday=Bible Classes, 10 a. '

v Mrs. C. M. Perry all o. Mel- Members of the Ordci of Prayer and Sermon list and:'and children! are'spendIng..sev- ly we haven't had any news large attendance. ? at.J ni.A; Assembly: Worship with THOMAS. & BROWN BUILDERSCompels '

I' 3rd Sundays Holy C" mmun-:'eral days.this'week! vacationing lately, but I've been away Just church last Sunday'wila: i Rev.1 the Lord's Supper, 11"' a. m.; Building Service
Alvarez in the pulpit.;
ion]. 6:30: p. mEpiscopal i in Destin. Roman Evening.
i i iI got back from the Hospital Assembly Worship, ,
I 'I Among the visitors :were"AaronHutchinson' Surrounding Communities Call Starke or Gvillf'Sarke.9fHIU5 : .
,, Young Churchmen. j Raleigh l Brannen, ,Ardel! Bran- last and will 6:30p. m.Wednejsday,. ,
week, try to have .1
I Holy Days 7:30: a. m. Ho ly.nen,' and,.Mrs.iT.iF. Brown 'left j, tome ,,items, every week from of; Homestead chfl-, -- Bible" Classes { 969-2611 Gainesville- -- FR' b-50R. '.....
Communion. 1(Saturday for Tallahassee 'to Mrs.Alice Kenny and 7:30: "hi.j .' ,
now on'Wlll appreciate ,.yourcooperation' ) p. ..
Jren'-cf Jacksonville, f_ __ .
r / Third Wednesday Parish L'visit'relatives: for the fourth of Lxtension /Ml'tari4Mrs. .
,4.(4'wS'{ ,,Covered Dish Supper 6:30: p-I July weekend |I: when by calling : Tom. Smith of EustiS. ;.i : ,
Q"N '' } 32-J' you have; items end ..MrsDj'er, of Fort MyerslThe :1 :
f Donnie McMihone
: Port
mewa.. m.The Charlotte of you would like in the paper: :.PJneuLQvellChinch, ; re-',: SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS E EDED \
., : Rev. Millara H. Brey-I' has been spending 1 We wUl a1.so'be glad to take vivaf! d.contm T Y:
> w.: ogle Vicar. the last two weeks here with .will start July.'JO' ; ,. .
to have The I
( his .: lour through July 16.. Basket .. ..
Mr. Mrs.M.
grandparents and 1. .
I '
; s L. ,Watterson. Telegraph mailed to you; each lunch will be.servei after te '
;. CHURCH MELROSE Frances Lott daughter of;, week.First Annual Picnic morning services; 'on Jiily' 16.. ; ; 1 12 fTO 15' qlRLS 'NEEDED TO GO TO WORKWEEK

Y '! 1\lr.\ and Mrs. F. P. Lott, left Rev. Elbert Bowers of ,North '
Sundays10 a. m. Church' Employees of the Prison Accounting Hollywood will be the speaker. i OF JUJLY iO. ACES 18 TO 40; '
this .
week for Memphis. Tenn. ,
School. 11:45: &. m. MorningPrayer Department ezijoyed Florida's .
for a visit with relatives. The Heart .of : .. '". :[ j
annual'picnic with .. ,
and Sermon (First their first I Itouth wi.l hold '* r
Sunday Holy Communion 6 IMr. and Mrs. IennethBrowtr: their families and friends recently heir monthly Fellowship meeting .m.Fri: : ;" :" PLEASE APPLY FOR INTERVIEW ON JULVY, : I
and children left to :
: m. Episcopal Young Church- Sunday at the lake home of bit. : .
p. I :
Will l car start visit relatives in Mississippi. day, July ,,7 at : 3 5 6 7 BETWEEN HOURS
i:9 1 your l men. 1 and Mrs. H. B. Clees on beau- ,,Baptist Church. The ,Pine or .-
Smith .
-:- ? Holy Days10 a. m., Holy 1 I week's Floyd vacation in is Tampa spending( Tar a: iachen.f liful Lake Chipico at :Inter- I I Level Church bus will t leave:; ": ? ': Communion.
morning 7 '.
tomorrow Springs and Cross City. the church grounds at p m.C '
The Rev. Millard' H. Brey- yon Swimming, fishing. and !
.. Joann Slade, daughter of Mr.nd \ Friends of Miss Gail Reddish : .
m.; I' ogle Vicar.: Mrs. J. ''L. Slade. is "kibitizing" were ,enjoyed by I soon to be a_ missionary: < 'iii l
recup- ( m
a: had those attending, and a picnic l MMOFAGTORING GO.:
Before you lay yea, think when it was that you your rating at home after being i to Peru honored her 4;:fill a : :
lunch was served with iced .
'. ,
check. Faith Presbyterian clothing.shower Thursday ,
I lait battery snake bitten last Thursday in ..JI I 4 ;; '
) 1 Church, Melrose tea. June 29 in the educational : &' Bro sTfee Streets _
the of the battery itself. the of .their farm home night, ; < '
A nd give t thought to age yard .
i T. B Rahn, of'he .
supervisor Level J
i. I ; building at Pin" : .1., ,
It'a hard to be certain, isn't it? But it's not hard to stop Sunday services Church tear Hampton. Bitten on the' Accounting Department,I' ladier at ..' "r' -. I
and find out for sure the ,School 9:45: a. m. Morning inkle by a ground rattler she Church. About. -30. -" ...... _..
'by our Cities Service station expresses hope that th s will ,, .. . .- -
J i. condition of your: lottery. 1!I Worship 11 a. ml'Rev. James pei.t two days in Bradford 'become an. annual affair .11' .; f .. '. =-
1 R. Neale Jr., pastor. County Hospital. i Personals I I .. '
,,And it's good. to know that U ,... dir and Mrs. W. M. Phillips Bill Rivers'.of Aubundale is I '
you thould need a replace. k spent several days in Jackson ,
spending a few days with his
went,we have the best..the p tot vil'e last weekend with
9S :
brolhe '-lIi-law and sister. Mr. A
Cities Service dry-charged hEir son-in-law while his ship rcbaneeu.
i Here
s and Mrs. P. S. Crews. j : j
Tri-Fill Battery. The dry. the Saratoga, was i in port in Mr and R4rs. M;' C. koberts ., s: yo ,, k ; r

charged Tri-Fill needs water Jacksonville. and son. Larry returnedSaturday l
,iDly three times a year in E. W. ,Bright of Eustis spent, .
:: from a two,we )k..., vaca-
normal use and lasts up to two days here last week mak Mon spent at Cherry Lake

J ,... 70% longer ing repairs on the old bank near Madison, and visiting .- x '

,.... building on Navarre St., which J ,. '.,. ,, .
: Have your battery checked I he ones.Mr. relatives at Hawthorne_ and ;J -> : r
And have a look Gainesville. ;. < '. h' ,.
[tomorrow. WILLIAMS I : .. and Mrs. E. B. Goodson ,; :: ,'. .
ftt dry-charged Tri-Fill I Sunday -
our and children returned to their guests of Mr. and ', 4it
battery. too. home in Miami last week after .Mrs. I* W, Murphy were theirS '". .' t.I 1 r -

n JEWELRY : a visit here with her parents. l1 and daughter! -law, Mr. r Y ; .,.

:Ir. and Mrs. C. A. Cox. and 'Mrsv.D-. Murphy and .: .. :,2 fy
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A children of. Augusta, Ga. Theywere

REPAIRS :Mead and family'of New,Smyrna -, .cutouts to South:. florida .

: All Work Guaranteed Beach spent Monday last I to spend a'few ,days. till',

: week here with Mrs. Mamie 1 M '.'and. Mrs.. Odell. Cauthen tzra '
A. Williams '
I Mead. and children of Gainesville K
); .
142 \\ Call St. .were Sunday guests,,of Mr.. .t u 1'w? l 1 piN ,, ,
I Starke, Fla. .... ... .T..Y1. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts and '" ,:
i 705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ...r .,,,. %s
LAWlEYI Mr. and Mrs. Louis iiarton ,

I and children were transacting S : 7 ,,

, r STARKE BUSINESS S DIRECTORY I:l I By Enza AAAAAAA BlanchardLAAAAAAAAA AAA.U.. business Springs last in week Green: Cove. I. '} ..r, f ;.. ,;t.4., w r,, t N 7 .u. gyp, .

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I Mr. and Mrs. Toddy Johnson .
of '. I
k Stanford, S.' C. were .
AUTO BODY SHOPMack's AUTO RADIATOR speaking to friends heiC Sunday r . ,
J. B. Wright s. .
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(I and attended the First -. : .' .,.,.l.t._ ,".; I.. ,' .. .
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Body Shop Ed Prev tt's Garage!. SINCLAIR 'SERVICESTATION J Baptist Church. Thej' are l ir J.., i .''"I-, '. .. +. .' J
BODY & FENDER '''RFPAIRS, I "INSTALL OUR-6AS \ "- '' "' ., ..;0...
'I RADIATOR SERVICE \ I -pending a'fe'v.days wiu Mrs.Johnson's . : .J. > "
COLLISION SERVICE I! j i: Complete Auto Service : father .James Aus- t t. ,AWD'CtXJLL IE SET .- ti ;

Painting FREE ESTIMATES- Matching'" I, New Flushing Cores Grinding,-Crank Redding, Shaft. ,J'j',TiresBatteriesAccessotIe Electric Welding s II j! tIn residing: formerly at Kingsley of Lawte/Lake', now' ,t:I', 'ttU\L'OtJEI) N:REGREt V Ml1fM.Ut' i : .TQ P(iET FAM'duS L.'r' "A'I":

543 Madison 969-2801 11, .Mr.. and Mrs Roy R Reddish ,,
Phone 969-2403 Lawn Mower Motors Repaired, .
AUTO TIRES i of Webster the -
:spent i ''. ,
> 2033 N. Temple Starke Phone 964-3861, 964-6584 '1 solids' weekend 'with ,Mrs. .V. I' I 'RE.S.AT: NEW
So. Walnut
Starke \ e
Co. ,
Recap "' ,
i| R. Reddesh. and MrS: Hattie, a .
AUTOMATICs i ;I ;I ,:' ,t" .r .
AUTO SERVICE {!Pappy Roulston Owner Mgr., Mathis, t. :. .'. ." .
t 1 J ''' .
_TRANSMISSIONTanners_ : ,Recapping for Cars & Trucks,:' Miss ,Barbara; Allen or'Or I .. ... -; ; ., .
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,ONE riy SERVICE ante Park was visiting her Jt . .: '_ .

Dodd's Service & NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS uncle, and aunt, Mr. and birs.Wihnont .1L T ke'advaf4ge' of, pUr': giant''Trade-In' Sale*''-- :., \ \
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Gulf Service Auto Sales \| AUTO-LITE BATTERIES week Starling, during the i. ', +.I ::lath bw prices on all sizes'and types of our f QuS.f( -

i Complete Automatic GENERAL REPAIRING -135 N.-Temple, Starke' 'Mr." and .Mrs. T. L. ,Barry f I ALAS, "rnre$. C.and, Iook. at these ..tiwsi.i. ,STANDARD OILGUARANTEED '
---- childrentifColumbla **
and *
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Service Transmissions and Repairs International Mufflers Lifetime I FARM SUPPLIES C.. .;"are spending' ''a few 'days, I'r 1 coirjixze.. t. etb.with" Qtneii'tjres priced'.as.low.; and ( : -
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f .
For All Makes FIRESTONE -with MrsT .Barry's' mother:1 l Call Us Todayi .see-fthe, .difference t t !. Remember ..;;. these are' no'tit. Atlas Tir*. art (uartnited by Standard i
Brownlee Mrs. Selma Eunice, .her sister ". ; Oil
Phone 964-2321 Tires Batteries Accessories & i : : ;. '. Company (Kentucky-against afl road
666 N. Temple, Starke 528 Walnut 964-3861 Chasteen and family> Mr., and: Mrs. !i And Cheap.qU 1ity. tires built to offer at sale prices, butgettMne it hatatds-setustm awnrdn. on retail-nts price prorat&at time over and Weof '
I Bradley Norton and other relatives h plan of adjustmant.TftADE .
here.. ATLAS=each Guaranteed ;,
AUTO PARTS Starke "66" Service SEEDS FEEDS j I ,Give Your FriendlyPyrofax _
Robert E., Lee, soc .and .
FERTILIZERS .ing i Dy.Standard.Oil. Don't miss this opportunity
Starke Motor daughter, Karen and John Gas Dealer -

WE Bill SPECIALIZE Edwards Prop.LN InsectlcldeaCrates ,k Plants I spent Sunday with his-mother A Chance' To Serve for the best tire-6uy in too T .

Parts Co., 'Inc. I!,I BRAKE SERVICE I "Your Friendly I in Enigma, Ga. r

Farm Supply) Store" i :Buddie'Devine Orlando Is ALL
j Wheel Balancing & Alignment .
Tour Local NAPA ;1 Cor. 10th &. Cherry Starkt j spending few days with his if s
Phone 964-8881 1
Jobber For 1 I, 617 N. Temple. Starke !(jVELDIA'GGARAGEThomas- ''I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. i Your .Gas Needs NOW AND SAVE STANDARD EXPERTS !IN TIRE,S ERVIC 1

Cor. Brownlee & Clark I f fi HUBM BHIMM MI .i Devine. :i

Phone 964-0801, 964.0811 i Vernon Teston of Caj'lornia f t gjt r

AUTO REPAIRS I j j Mrvand Mrs Lonny :Teston : -"* .-. -','- .. DEALER] .' : *.. .
Standard Oil Service Station;Electric and AcetjleneVeldinj:' 5 Earl's : .
I :1'
GarageALL ATLAS Have Welder1U Travel!! death. He will remain :. ,GiB,Brown's( L. B. (Red) Alvarez ShuforcTs .
I with them for a few
I AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES & .BATTERIES Work Guarantee t days. Also visiting ,,the family Service Station ( Service Station Standard Oil Station .

All Work Guaranteed Budget Terms' Road Service. 116 W. Brownlee 961-0361 j is.Mrs,, Teston':: mother, Mrs. ."
r Phone 969-:964 Phone 964-7071 Meison of Ocbee.Mrs. 407- 'N. Temple" ? 109 N. 'Temple 206 S. Walnut"r 1 .J

So.. Walnut, Starke 407 N. Temple. Starke I II. Xlte 78:-3n3 .,John Teston of Jack-? ," -". --,,, _.. .' ... ,j .I.

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At County Associ. U Ibn: Annua: I'Meet' .. ; V ,P Donald Teston, 19 >! Rotary Ladies II I iL. Patten, '

Jar Wreck PutseweJer's I. c .' .<< 1 The club president H. A. Bihop'Jrserved -
,. ; Killed In Manila. Enjoy Treat ; as" maserofceremonies. -

I V Scooter At Club |I ', ." and/, 'the, speaker
MishapDonald i Country I

: Wife 't1F; I Fox. Fall sPf: J To DogsFox 1 ,! I'.' was Grahaxx Introduced* wb6' by W. H [Bill]
had charge of
Teston, 19, Yeoman Rotarians, Rosary: Anna, and!I, theoath.FIRSt J_;>* > t i

3rd Class in the U. S. Navy, guests enjoyed a ladies night, .

," In. Hospital -V. died June 24 enroute to a hospital event at the Starke Coif and,
Of BradHustler Hunters i : PRESBYTERIAN!
in Manila,' ,
ror : Philippine Country Club Wednesday nIght,i -7: .- .. 1-- ; .
Mildred Islands, from injuries received of last week. The fried chicken ;
,&, Mrs., Woodbuin. 45. '\ .. ..J'' ,_ V V \ Barry J). ry&aOeventer,
r wife,of Starke jeweler N. L. !s; .. -- _. in a motor scooter-truck acci- V supper was served on the: V':A'MInIiter., t
owned by .I.: AL -T dent. : patio. V
jyoodburxi; was hospitalized j i I ,a$0Nterry St
late .Green of Palatkarw4i"top"noun ; ; Born October 28, 1941 in .'',. :V.'
.Monday: afternoon withJffgries : Dr. Frank Goodwin of the j! t'V: -
j in the field and MAggie. .'Qr. V : Orange County Fla., Donald Thursday: i-yXwr Practice
received, 'when a 1959 '' owned by VascotForsythvof* VV-k;;; _:...-Y. .,.... ; University of Florida was the
.: z- had lived in Lawtey most of 8p.m. -
;Plymouth, pulling a large \ 1 i o> ;. featured speaker, describing! the \

frailer; smashed Into he: 1961 '\ Starke. was .judged bes. dogon ; : ills life, and attended Brad- importance of human relation-( Sunday Sunday tchool,
at the 'the bench last weekend at ; 1 ,' ford County schools, graduating 9:45 Morning
/Ford intersection of AVV ships in business and social a. m. Worship
Tempie and the Bradford County 'Pox' V from BHS In the class life. 11 I
Pratt next totJerb's I 1 He described some people a. .ny {

: Drive-In Restaurant, --L Hunter's Association annual '.., of 1959. He had been fD the as "the hole In the doughnut,",It -

.. Harold: Dean Broome, 27, of I Bench Show arid Fiekl'TriafeVr Navy for 20 months. and urged his listeners to adopt! C. l.U. I
J .
*"" ___ R. J. Starling's Dagwoodwas ,
am a!, was charged by Starke Surviving are his parents. a positive rather than a nega- V

",,!?olIct.":with failure to have ve- Maggie, ownwl by Vasco Forsyth, left, wus judged bent judged best opposite, iI :Mr..and::! Mrs. Lonnie Teuton of tive approach to life. "NO ABSTAINEREVER
in the bench show heW) last .
cl under control runningred hound of the show by Jadge George A. Harris of Jacksonville i I Lawt.ey; a brother Vernon L. Door prizes were awarded to BECAME AN ALCO-
;, Thursday bight at the,Theres- .
,: light, and causing an hut Thursday night in the Bradford County Fox Hunter's, with '- Teston of LosBanos Calif., Mrs. D. M. Christoffers of Key- UOUC.* V

::cjdent. According to witiieseS. -.. Bench Show held at the Theressa! Community Center. R. J.I sa Community :Center 'Harris ; and a sister. Mrs. Betty Jean stone Heights. and Mrs. George [NATIONAL-'VOICE].

| Judge George A.. 1 _____ _
Bro I
me ran red Mosley of Highland. -J
Starling's Da. n)()(). right, was judged best' opposite sex in the of Jacksonville officiating. ; i .-
:3Jght; at the Intersection and f V
Bench hov. Dagwood, however, beat out his feminine com- Preacher.also owned bj1 Star- Funeral services: will be: held
**it the left front end of the i
ppttor( in the field trial. 'ing, was judged the second at 1:30: p. m. Friday in the

-:tjjfrxxiburn..Pratt: Street.car Broome's, going tust car andjailer on 1 I j dog in the thte rdafieM Lawtey Baptist Church, of.' You Can Afford Our Prices

which he was a membei. Of
trials which began'a$ 4:30: Friday V V V
Jack-knifed whn he Saturday, 'and "s nday' (' I 1 I ficiating ministers will be Rev.

,*41rIed to stop at the light. morning at 'the community I -1eld. Jqdges:! 'A. K.. Long C. E. Barger and Bill Uudgens, Edgar Wilkinson and Rev. J. V
::,Upon impact the Wocdburn center. .. I and .)1n'rr' Hounds George A. Harrl:*, all of Jacksonville. I Tommy Howe. Additions Florida r
ar was -
t spun completely aajpuni V '
Starling's Dagwood'aWlooka are"plcl 'red with dead' fox that climaxed Sunday's trial no. Burial will follow In the Rooms,. Aluminum Win.
coming to rest at the ,
I -'F': .
first place In the bench' Lawtey Cemetery under the
... icorner of Gib Brown's Service -- dows, or any kind, of Ii
show ,in the Derby MaJt class direction of DeWitt C. Jones
mtatlon on the west *:de oftemple Hom ; Improvements
i under two years old i* while Funeral Home. _
Avenue, while the gas "I! I
nk Vasco Forsyth's Johnnie 'was'judged ;.4- Active pallbearers will be
? was ripped out and flung Free Estimates

;; Fred's Marine Center acrossthe best oppos'ite'sei in the Tom Tatum, Terry Futch. I I __ _ t -

street. With the top crum- Derby Class. R. M. Hersey's! Clyde Wainwright Gary Ben- NO Perhaps you need another .!

.Jled, frame bent left side dog John took first 'in'field nett, Blaine Thompson, and Bathroom A Porch ,;
trials In the Derby claat: while Joe Harley. I Down
\mashed In. trunk and hood : I Payment
; Enclosed) A NeW Roof
I Echo Joe owned by Leon Wil- ,
-pimped: and the fuel tank V
,>*ipped out, damages to the trson' of Lawtey; came hi second V. SEVENTH DAY : 5 Yrs. To Payor a Paint or Siding! Job!

in the Derby Class field ADVENTIST CHURCH
were estimated at
IJord api' -
I -
trials. i 0 "
Damagesthe Hers is the president'of Sabbath School. 9:30: a. m.
i ,front end of Brume's) y I i FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL
the three-year-old' Bedford-- :ii Saturdays; preaching, 11 a.
were estimated. at
'M150. County organization at I I Vasto For yth' Johnnie, on far left In background was -
Church located
ling Is secretary-ir.asurer. one block
,; Mrs. Woodburn suffered: two judged best dog in the Derby Female Class (under two years The group will hold *a. $peclai i f''N off Wilson Road toward Onus !-: Bradford llthMi'V''SllpplyI

;Sjrokeh.ribs, bruises aJ lacer- ,. old). Clher places, from L-R., are Buddy Starling's Pepper. meeting July 18th at1"7:30-' p.- lj Loop. E. L. Marley. mini-

"tions>and A cut knee, and is ,, ster, phone 9641324. I '( lo' ..
Kelly Forsyth's Peggy, held by R. SI. Hersey, and Julia El m. at the Theressa'Community j Everyone "

:Jill: In the Bradford lmspltaLter lington's beagle, Tinker Bell, In fourth place. ', Center. VV welcome. I :301: E. Call St. Phone 964.5291 V

daughter, Sara, a passenr F'elrf trM places'" all 'ages): ,
in the car. received bruises 1] Hustler, L. M. : 'Oreerf; fV.' C. Hardee's hound, Babe, looks as if she's grinning
-; the mishap but was notspitalized. fcalatka. .
, happily about'winning first place in the six months and underclass
Broome not ,
was t
"*t':.Jured. ... '. ,' ., ,,'. -, preacher, Robert' Starling '''I.'-, at. the, ,Bradford County Fox Hunter'i Bench Show last
> .* '
'' -- Starke.
", ",,'.," .' : Thursday night. Julia Ellington's Too was best opposite sex
Vasco Fbrsyth
: 3)) Bell,
trusties :; 'r'--- __ t '. _I ....'. .'.( i;in':that class.
Walk tff '. ; Starke: .. ,. I

4)) Fly, Robert Starlth.Starke. Redman R. laka. 120 Words or less, one time __ .85 'Memorials '
5)) M. Hersey. e. -- Resohitioas ___ fc word
=:from Prison s _ 5)) Toni. R. .M. Hersey. { ?)' ILiada: R. M. '1ersey. 10)) Skinny, Paul Black, We- not paid In advance -- 1.60 (ards of'Thanks, up f9'a.a M Word i V. ---.. 1M Ii Iilit

.1.) Ringo,.. Robert Starling. laka. Keyed or Blind Ads ---- 1.00 Over 50 words L t
?$ Starke. .I'!..' Wii ;C :.:. -- ,-fc. per word

: n July 4th 6)) Mack, Vasco Forsyth. \::81 Dagwood: Robert StarBench show results can be I Each additional word over 20 -___ 63 Display ads In Classified 2. 1.50 per inch .
found in captions under oic-
:ling -
Starke. V V
"' 5 f\ *{ 9), Queen "Paul 'BIac. We" FOR RENT FURNISHED _
Two trustees took the cele- 7)) Snow, R. M. Hersey :" accompanying story.) Beautifully decorated one-bed- September U lW. June HASTINGS. MATTRESS I

Ration -Independence Day .' Starke. "* "' 't.o1.i t.' i'MthoditMenT : I room Duplex Apartment in desirable f two bedroom furnished 1omeon .new. &'V 1LOLSTE'WORKS

:'H little, too seriously and 8)) Clemetine,. 'Vasco .1"0'' lohns Oil Wins neighborhood, across KinKsley Lake, with boat WO.Leraon Si -*al tka \
Balked to freedom from their Star / Explain Effect I from B. H. S. See.:Mrs. Ren- house* and 'dock.$90' per & \
sytft, e. \ >. 9 : 1 Furniture' Repaired Up.
I 633 month i'
McMahon included-
St. Tel.
-b rracks at The State Prison Class Field Trial First Half Of water and
/ :j9f Communism t '964-5744. chg electric."Interested Dart 'write hQlste.r d & RfhUshed: : f.
lit Raiford early Tuesday, ," ,-- Y'. Places: f i -i----:- .* P. O. Box 414. Gainesville Fla. : : ;

morining, Warden DeWitt n 1))) John, R. M. Hersey. i 'l1N; Midget League. Man or woman. Pleasant profitable -4tchg..7.7FOR MATTRESSES. ;REBUJtT
Sinclair said. i Winners, in order from left to right, of the I Derby Male' 2)) Ech Joe,,"Leonr-Waker- Thejubiic1s'1nfted'to at- route work. Full or cart. NYinflerr'jngsV'

1 Class. (under two years'old) of the Bench Show are RobertStarlIng's : erI time. LaNe repeat orders. :RENT 2 bedroom : :: ;
: .l an4Bok.
Herman1 son, Lawteyl 1 _lre ; SprftipI
\Coy Green, 38. and ? gs; ? Johns Oil Company defeated Earn $2.50"oer hour or-more.; nfcey} furnished, ''
Dagwood, R. 3(. Redman, Ellington's1Ranger houss, Iwy
Hersey's ::
, ;Jackson Smith, 36, 'we re'cjiptured -; Judy 3) Johipriet:!yaisco :ForsyUt the."Methodist-Men's Club ,for Starke V Builders Supply 9-1, and ARe no barrier, Write McNESS =decorated: Caroort and large 'I' Drop Ut A'C r .or CaU
Tuesday night about a-.id_ ___R._ M._. Hersey's John.., .4)) Fly; Paul BIaekr-'Weiaktl' the puiazp1orIng< the: the Community State Bank 6-4 Co.Memphis;Box 2766.'2. DeSoto Station.* utility room. Inauire at 73S 1 I ; A14KAEA54Jft I
n ---- J: !! Tenn 2tp
: M3 .
I tfchg 8TAEKE $64.$ fl<< ,
10:30: near Lawtey where i iflloodhouhds aoused there Sinclair uieaning..'x iptis'es,:ariJ ultimate -' to win the first half of the season t .
trailed< the two, Rifle : 'Z ZReceived'By S20 to '$50. Weekly! Exchange : MRS. PEG gy SHALLER: .
TrophCompany .
t-'Ut.- .
: and they can leave any : ;&f&f: int1r.lsm. with a perfect 9-0 record.In FURNISHED' APARTMENT t 0S1a7**; ;Agent V.
V vour snare or'fun time for excellent -
the warden 1 said. The two ThC: series will other of the week, HOUSE 1--: ,', f '. \
since the barracks are .. : :!., fuWpthf games earnUws sellinar Avon FOR SALE VV !I. -
prisoners were convictLd on the prison compound. I| ?: he 'fi'ei ldiM Ulay-nighty July Florida Pest Control defeated Cosmetics. A few Rood terri Six apartments 21 ruonms,! 5 FOR .RENT-One 'store build-

Breaking and entering charges : ; .I s" I\! ,..)4 ln }th thodist .:".eUowatndIng- Community Bank6-5, and then !toriesavailable.!} Write Mrs. 'baths. Two blacks from P.O. ,ing, .and.one'.smaU cmurnished .\
and were serving indeterminate -' Both prisoners had-i > I4jeia1tj l Builders ,11-6 Mabel Gore.' Geri.> Delivery, 210"-N..Cheny. 'See owner: ,
t1i! ia .lost to Starke V jhOu.seii :turn $hed.itP'-: .321 t
Company.q ,.!J.: i
Gainesville J. R.
lor some time had ? ;; Give directions Bujlinjton. bgiElr
sentences, from six cellent records" Sinclair ,: I { : cbmifcr'supper at'F last'Friday to wind up tiI5"first !W'" 'hom :: ?tchQ.Iyl6 tff T znPI .;.fJ1gnt;. r-29fl.
.l ;I "' ,
months up, with'F i : 1. :\;' r&i' ; : half of the 1961 Midget .1 Uch
r iust'W. time League V
V : .
t ;1 And they, tnemsenres B- t 748h > ,.. PlI -FOR -> Small cottage. r
;:: : 7JflVflfor
? 1.ry V- \
',The barracks from which ,: ,. on" :3.( season.; Suitable for.
\ .UlC ..d1sc a. ; couPle. No chil :
!I i&ui
not say why they QrdnancetBlandhigHasTece6itd'B ttaU9n. c. p "V' ... Sale. 10 acres: in Pens col I
th( wo walked are located: on !| walked out." ': ; ftv.tr9phy1 -: :t hlW>,-"'.J.'1IW.COO1e.: .i'...-. .. ,,.forsupper. Standings : W L GO Bahia Pasture.- Tom Casey dren'or nets. Telenhone. 964- Ready,mix. :ioncwte; concreteDlockv
; : : '
.0971. MTS..L.
thBradford County side oft"w I 1 :1 ,: ed.4o-r make reseryar Johns Oil 8 0 ___ T4.f7 PI R9-lflS2. Itchg D. Vlnin .Itp I : one ''.',ejvcft posts- sand. f

I ,, 'Riv r arid were used to !I| After leaving the j I for the gr $ freyt.- -\*:'t' t 1a Q calling. Starke Builders 543 WANTED! Employment *"*'M* !BUSINESS' OPPORTONTTY 'cement,'m 5rtar, "1ItOekoysterfl.1m'ec 'steel I
pastjyejurin :
1 ment during : : : retire -
Green and Smith worked .
Kouse'.lnma'tes'working on the :I WlWA nO ; eM. ch' office. Florida Pest 365% :! salesman. ,li2htwork.. O her J Interest'make American "' } > and. rpof J
nej<,addition to the prison.; I' way toward Starke' and : .'I';1. rIfle ni "rksnia Nation:Oiircl'rheaward bt. rt p$ !ttt! p) : or:the firstIs Community Bank 177 light V Day. Phone' .9640651. OH Company' Station available i gravel.. Bradford P>or ga#.'98 ncerini>252i, tffchf Co. \|

Only number trustees are headed toward Lawtey' Florida. ; jJi tl I Slow Pitch League tfchff for lease. Adjacent to-, Starke' \
% ;one wasv 'presented. Curing : .Wl ;:t'W tCQ -V Bus Station. Paid II', < l V .. training
V I the ''annual" Govetrior's' 'D4y ml 1i 2 1'he ..Augustjrleetng After a layoff of two weeks FOR RENT'- Unfurnished 6 gram and financial assistance pro- FOR 'RENTMra.: Ctartt's furnished

; halfway 'wilj-treaJ-Uhc;; effect I due to the ball players goingto loom buncralow.' 135.00 per !available to party standing cottage!; ,, I3f brlca2 kitchen I
I eyents'marking-toe .
'mark of, the'"annual, Rational ,tdt -=: upm! : arid 'the 'Sep-j National Guard Camp, the month room also.anartment.furnished 120.00 one bed-oer rigid credit investigation. Call Single or'poiW3" !* only.

Fort et m e l 1fwin be.cievoted j I Starke Slow Pitch League will month, both located corner. or write W. M.; Stewart. 20 N. Phone' $59-164.5. ; tfchg
ericanrpinent-aV '
.Guard i tf ZW-Do': About j i play Monday July 10, W, 12th Terrace. Gainesville.
,tl1The i reopen Madison and'Oram .Sts.aIso.: I
Stewart, : >. Phone APARTr
NEW Gay w { :'i't'# ... FR 20110or FR 6- FURNISHED'
; ecompleting ''pow T J ,. t. : _' I>at 7 p. m. with Co. C ((5-2)) large comfortable unfurnished 5631. -
l V
Guardsment tfchg
Airconditloner ;electric kitch
Progiarri; gernents forreith&esr. playing Garden Restaurant 2 bedroom house $40.00 per
their.s cond week and furnished 2 bed- AdulU.. 1 mL
} i3 month en. ,wt on Bes-
!&1 in ,
... : (2-2).ln( ) the second games, the '
of 'training underl:> simulated i \ ,- room small home 30.00 per HELP WANTED MALE AND sent Road. .Phone 869-1545.
conditions 'jfl.:'th' field. arid ;chgeofT..- '. ; H--'Srade- : Panthers ((3-4)) will play Law- mo.:both North Clark SU Also FEMALI5-Rest, crew wanted V V tfchr t
; !"C\.1. = -
I .
will'return to".their home base r' 4. tey ((2-5)). .lame nice unfurnished home new restaurant opening on U. I

wekend 'Co. Starlce. a99KmO b1e'V i iI |i The Baseballers ((3-2)) will 315 N. Walnut St.. 60.00 per 8. 301. Homes Can'Jv Shoooe. PEYTON FLORIST
Chevrolet this : C'tp Insuranre '
Ford ,, month Telet>hone Office 964- and Hosoltalization.nlan. 119 THOMPSON ST. .
or and Co.:, B to,Oamp\Blanding; i 'w 'I ; i play the Professors ((5-2)) in 6491-Home 969-1191., Itp uald vacations Aoolv at PRONE:SS4.4155
\t 'L' 1. .FeiluIeSet I II I the first game Tuesday night once Also Gas attendant NIGHT S64-3S91'6r 969-1022 I

Two.Policeriien "''l'he' Bobknapbile summerschedleforiii ;, and the Independents (4-2)) LEARN. TO FLY' Contact wanted. UDiWE DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS

: ia1nd r V oifAugpst will engage Natural Gas ((0-5)) Lacy_ Conway phone 9644051.. tfchg, We Wrt| Flowers. M7Whf5g

: :JaWnd ( is, as follows: in the second game of the eve1 HAVE & new loan nrogram 1
Added To fpf$ :' ning. 'for farmers. Loans of 1 to 5
1& -2a. '' ..:"l !JptonStore.! : (Lawey), Games are being played If YOU, would enjoy working iqulrements i! of the farmer credit re- Mobile ,Homes .-" Always

Pick-up' One.. Resigns; ; *;15 to,935a., jfl VrawrFy .1 every night and the public is or 4 hours each a month dar calllnv reeullarlv -:i! familv. Gain, svin>! Produc-andIhb below market and dean. I
a group
Wharf ,;invited to come out and enjoyan -
(Lawtey) Credit
of Studio Girl Cosmetic clients 1 Association. 620 LAKE GENEVATBAlLEB'rABK I
Two policemen ,wee: 'hlre4 3i40' ,toTofld: a. m.' t evening of exciting Softball. on a route to be established in I'North Main. Gainesville, Fla. '

I this week and one member o( .* Oscar.. .. .Carter's: ; ,!.Store/- 10:25ReddishVstore I : and around Starke. and are tfchg 11 ml. SB t>f Keystone Hts.on I

.. :t the. force handed in J his rejfignation to10-4a.m.- .' .V' 'I Bids Received wtllinsr. etc.to. write make to light STUDIO deliveries -I ; Route 100
(Heabrp), 1N"q or'lflwc"n4 h

: Starke Police Monday;Chiet, Con/WSlSta.n 11 to)i:3p'-rm: I" ,... i I On SR 100 And 16 GIRL 9. Glendale.COSMETICS.California.Dent.Route JW''I nllJ"-c'and 2',)u od' doors.no"H. _. __ ._

i Work In will pay UP to &5 per hour. O. Boll'nop" "$'N. Walnut R Sales
1prooI i Moore announced. 1pedy'St6Fe (New River. ), CountyWork Dhone 964-2RAI 1tp '
: I Foster Alvin McEhwy 45j ;flh.toi.2Vnoon.! : V.- 4to -7-20: I : Parts

i Hampton, and Harry.E. PrideJ'*V J, B. Edwards (Broker I on State Roads 100and FoR Frame 1 GARAGE, APARTMENT fur-
SALE 20X26 "flthe"
?7, Starke, are the! two'';ndv; r112io.p. f\ 16 was included m bids 1 vlroom. fJ mtap ServIce
tq. t
: { house 3 PC. bathset. kitchen Pul Imnovt41 S.Wster 'U.-
NEW I members of' the force Moore 2nd"Cfreen's '4tb' idays.. I totaling $10 million opened set. S. Lawtev Rd. First Mor-i fit Ph. 964-7434. '

Mid. Both are veteran policemen V 9:15 i by the State, Road Department teage Cora. P. O. Box 141.i COLUMBIA. W CO.

: CAR I I McEiroy having served \.'lfciqVnu.Store (BrooHerj: ; last week in'Tallahassee. Stuart ,F1a. 2tp 7-6 I !PQR R 'NT Furnished honv 'j f\ie City Fla.
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: SERVICE i on the .Lake City police.,force o Grahamgoat\ -* f jaffice,., Qi3ir toA' I S., E. Thompson lac. of POi 'i Mrs W. L. Andrews. 547 W
I snd Pride tram Ohic, hasworked Gainesville submitted the low SALE -Veri nice two: \f8,11son. Ito

; POLICY I there. One of.the.newcomers 11..t-b:.in., ........,.. : .. ; V ; bid of $177.791 for 15.221 bedroom furnished frame or unfurnished.home. Will See sell i FARUEquiprnqt

'z I has,been placed PA.the., :i'tOr YGroceryV Hamptonl" ., : miles of paving'on 16 between at 515 North St.. ClaIr St.Stchg. I "OP. PJVT 3 bs4room unfurnished ;, For
shift one'onthe nightshift llilS .to 'UIS 'ar'm.' 7-6 hon*'. ron"enlenf'vloratPd **,. riowurPlanting-
i day and SR 23 northeast of s
; 4R w. Madison Rt-
!th jaVvJioon: :to 12:15.
the assistant 'ch ef : V .
"* Raiford and the Bradford Call 964-1R34. tfchuCOfXNTAL ,
stated. The two policfaretf bjs : l$ are; : uiora' Street. County line;, and SR 16 be- BOLUNGER CIIDtoPRACl'lCI JNDKSTfHAL

san; work1,early idthVve4.Officer ; .. 1't&245. it'm.--V tw ;n the 'Union County line V CI. FLORIST 'Equipment Pei. Evir' Jolt,
V. '
Only F.T. D. Florist In Starke.
426 N. WALNUT STREET SupenorTractor Co.
Wiflian a,. Rosser Jaie: ,tt Library, and SR .200 between Starke STARKE. PHONE 964-2S8K Flowers wired any place. Flow- ,

Dealer's Cost tendered his resignaUoa.... -Monday -, .iS.P. J1-. .. '"'.... ". ., 'and the Clay County,line.at's OPENTIL 9.P., M. 6to 7-27 ors for' an occasions locally. PUo.U-BV 142'1
rf. 1". I Phone 964-6291. 506 East 5253 'W Benn. jaibeD1'We
Moore said, but, ':& did J.'i ;, :"'.-V ? V V I Nona St. tfchgRENT
not know, ; what the '!ort ef : : Our bedroom cottaae. laNe kitchen KINoSL: LAUHQUSE for
.. ... .
WOE Furnished,Vapart.'nIs.
AT policeman's p&ru. 'wouid' J>& r .... V' ,..D'.i.iT:,lfa Glass W Have'ltH "ana livine room. 'Private ; Reasonable rates. Near rent.k'weekorinonth, 3 bedroom. -
A. .. roo driveway. Newly decorated. electric kitchen dock
; Rosser 'has_ beenprtth. : tie, ) LT\ CALL WRITE or VISIT Call Mrs. Sauls. 9645744tfch shopping center. Phone 969- and Dicn1e"abelter Phone 533-
2011 call at 213 8. Cherry
or 2541 or 9646461.. tfcb.gLAiG
Starke 'force-f.or: approxiaaate* ti f3.sllEAsI3LASS; ; ; -t I L fShell Oil Co. Office. tfchg

lytwoyearsdV '* A I CO.. SEWING; DRESSMAKING 1'V13131IN'Q
NOEGEL'S pollceniaxf Ti. Slip Covers ttc. Pick UP and HOUSES roR'RmT-2 and 3 '
: Part-time ,M7: .. VT $ .POOL!
(NOT INC.) leliver. No ,prices riven overnhone. ronzns. Inquire GreyhoundBus

Johns. .retired. i'rame', ;:varden,. .; TOR ANY GLASS NEED Mrs SnenlPrCimv 5332111.3tD Station., : tfchg. Open To Pl blKDs.Ul'
who, bas been:! woitinl'on V.- V Blanding. phone 1:0Oto5O;. ff M. r.
::\' -.;Design Modern Store Fronts 7-6 FOR, SALE -.. I960 Chevrolet '
L almost a"fulltJjae'basis on the V Station W\eon. '2 dr_ radio Qvalif1eW, Guard
:: AUTO SALES 1 $j Mail Us A Pattern FOD .-V '
shorthanded ,t rce.atBb t FOR-RENT Furnished 3 heater and overdrive. 10.000 .',. 'On.,'w\ntW"--"J.: _::1

V ; V-. ....,..f Table Tops rooms and' bath. Lights' and miles. 1100 'or used car and .,'MmoO. .. .. V
curtaa ills : -.., V water furnished. ,tod mo. 516 take UD payments. Wilbert """' .
NORTH, ,TEMPLE AVE., of. tb V V two" .,m' -imiJls1... ? /GaineSville.-FJa: Phone" 'FR24353. ,, 8. Epperson St. Y L. Kircnalne. Handler. :HY 6-3341.: Lake .t''f: !()_ W MOTEL!
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