Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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f #% s Board Slashes her iff's BudgetBradford F"rI"dr t.fr ?

: =i County's embattled 1961.62 budget was the afternoon, after seven 289.95. with the Commission [which trouble stems from an almost a'< f. t'

tt V thrown into further confusion late Tuesday afternoon hours of figure Juggling, they I Sheriff Reddish who is attending has not been the usual! experi- $50,000 deficit that has accumulated ,

when figure-weary County Commissioners sliced turned again to the Sheriff's the State Sheriffs ence in'cases of.tils kind com over the past five 1

another $3,250 from the proposed budget of Sheriff P. l/udget where they are author- i,I Convention in Miami, was not ing up from other:counties] the years of deficit financirg and ; a
D. Reddish.As i teed to raise lower, or amend ; available for comment on this Vxjard figures 'that it can which the state auditing department ; 4 ,1 I ar ,

fillY item of expenditure, although -|! 'atest action by the CommiST squeak by on 18J25 mills as insists must be made

:'wX', amended and sent back i i ever possible. As amended by. the Sheriff has the :, Mon. If he refuses ,to go along the.levy for its part, of county up at this time. Once "caught 4 :i

; f.'" to Reddish, the Sheriff's bud- the Sheriff, the budge total- tight of appeal from their detLsion. I with the new cuts he may file eipense. Actually, this is one up" the board's financial pinch ic

i get now totals $54,900.50 exactly in; 58150.50 was resubmittedto In the final trim the|i an appeal with the Board of mill higher than the 17.25 should be considerably lessened .
$7,250.00 less than the the Commission Tuesday. Commission picked : Appeals of County Officers 4
up $3,2501 I II levied last year for Commis Darby said. L.
.', original $62,150.50 requestedby After going over the entire I by cutting the amount budgeted -' Budgets in Tallahassee within sion's use but., would not: In order to make ends meet, Lam I.

AcH \,; ....,' 'Nt the sheriff's department. budget with a fine tooth comb for automobile purchasesfrom ten days. mean an increase in the over- the board has cut the Road ic

< \; : Reddish had voluntarily for the third or fourth time, $4,000 to $3,000; invest-i The Sheriff had previouslytold all county levy, since the and Bridge Fund from $134-
'-- trimmed $4,000 from his or- the board still needed around the Commission he could School Board' is lopping one 892.69 in 1960-61 to a rropos-
Commissioner Johns iginal figure after a request $6.000 off in order to keep the Cations from $1,500 to $1,250; | not cut $7,500 from his: original mill from its ,bond 'retirement ed$117,374.19 in the new bud- '

B'I "For 18.25 Ceilin g' by Commission at its July overall county millage at its and reserved for contingencies -, budget of $62,150.50. fund. With the School Board get. Due to the fact that $15- Chairman Carl Prevatt, sketched from life

!I 18 meeting that he cut where- present 41.25 level, Late in from 4289.95 to $ 2, Should the appeal board side levy reduced from 24 mills to 000 of ,the new R&B budgetis by artist Richard' Speed, during third session ''I

23' mills, the ;overall. county deficit carry-over, the department of 1961-62 budget hearing.
levy would remain ,at 41.25- will actually have .
same as last year's.ShoU1ci only $102,374.19 to spend in in another. I
COUNTY the' appeal board '6162. The General Fund shows, at

BRADFORD TELEGRAPH '.ide with the sheriff, however Road Foreman R. E. Jones present, an overall raise of

the Commission would once has expressed belief he can I $14,397.64 [from 163229.10 to
i more be faced with the distasteful tun the department on this I 177626.74 for 1961621. Indebtedness -I d

choice of making fur- amount. Rigorous cuts have I accounts fo$10,- .
Official County Publication Established In 1879 ther cuts in public services ren- been made in the amounts : 000 of the increase, and the 4

t dered, or raising the levy approximately budgeted for maintenance upkeep I other 4397.64 is about equalto M

1 VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY JULY 37, 1961 NUMBER FIVES another halt mill. repair, etc. and in the the additional amount bud- rc
Commissioner Jerome Johns purchase of new equipment. j ueted for free county library

i added his voice Tuesday to Darby sees possible trouble, I ervice made necessary by an
I Public Hearing Set that of Chairman J. C. Prevatt however that the new budGet 1 increase in matching funds c

S and Commissioner Russell "is so tight" there will be !! under the Santa Fe Regional

( t Green hi putting an 18.25 no chance for the usual trans- I Library set-up. 4 1

I School Budget mill ceiling on the levy that fers when one fund runs short ; The Fine & Forfeiture Fund.'

p.d 11;.wv x long he would with.be willing to go a- and there is an unused balance 1 i:I of which the Sheriff's budgetI

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Clerk Charles
Darby told
Hits $1,331,590 the board if it could manageto iI i iI I I[I from $82,248.54 to $80,500.00 i
I i i if all the ;. .
eke out a budget for 1961- !i I cuts called for by '.f
62 the strain should be considerably II I! the Commission are upheld. Sheriff Reddish i 1

t Increased county property ihree separate budgets one for lessened in '6263. 1 The County Health Department's Will He Appeal? i: *

I 4 !assessments have enabled himto maintenance and operation of Much of the present budget budget will increase

as drop one mill, from 24 to county schools! a sinking fundto d- I from 11698.82 to $13,758.29 budget controversy it will be f
; Ordinarily the county has everal weeks later before the
Ff 23, from a County School retire a $450,000 school construction i
BPW Sparks its new budget by August 1. actual tax levy can be firmed
Board budget totaling $1,33190 ,- bond, and a current ,
r for the coming fiscal year, school construction budget. I Due to the current sheriff's,I Jp.

r County School Superintendent Morgan anticipates $895,278in Women Voters GOING i r __H__ "
Harmon P. Morgan said this state funds for next year's
week. school operation budget, $53- To OrganizeSpearheaded TO THE DOGS? '!, .

I! A $700,000 increase to county 000 more than last year because I I II Appeal Procedure Outlined I IHere's
f ; J Richard B. Speed of
'j ::i L1 assessments will give 'the of the $200 per year pay by the Starke Route I, Starke, presented ;'
School Board about $14.000 increase and the four addi-
;: ; Business and ProfessionalWoman's a plan for solving the coun- the'Fl rida law on cr and a copy of said petition
more than last'year, Morgan tional teachers. He also expects -
I Club, plans are being ty's financial troubles at the procedure concerning appealsof shall be served upon the board i
ays, 'and will offset an $8:000 to receive $189,776 in made for the organization of budget meeting here Tuesday Sheriff's budgets: or commission;; from whose decision 1

(II .Caused By W Wash-put; drop in race track funds and county funds, almost $14,000 a Bradford County League of morning. "No later than August 1 of appeal is taken by de- **

,' a $9,000 deficit when the single more than last year's 176000. Women Voters. each year, the said board livering the same to the chairman -
mill is dropped. The budget The increase in county funds "Why not put a license
Purpose of the League is [County Commission! may : or -president thereof or i ito
for the coming fiscal year, the will come from the increasedax not only to encourage womento fee of $10 on every dog in amend, modify, increase, or the clerk of the circuit /'
1:1 Train Wreck At Theressa superintendent says, is almost : assessments. the county Mr.'Steed ask- .
intelligent educe all
: vote, but to vote any or items of expenditure court. The board of county
identical to last year's With This budget will also lose ly. It gives them the necessary ed the Commission. in the proposed commissioners shall have five .

the exception of instructional $8,000 in race track funds because information, about all candft .Though badly in need of sheriff's budget, and, as amended days from delivery ,of a copy \

A' washed-out culvert was I Ithe4eauseT3f4thls between the trees. run from Valdosta.,Oa..to Pa salaries. *. of the new' 55-45 splitwltlf ,dates .and) \the' varqusissues .m &n e.y, ,Commissioners I l, modified, increased* of any such petition, -to. file.
;-'wrecfc'-of a "st"the4"engine and' four 1atka.Ittwowd have made the Next year1* budget shows the county bmmissiorL involved in local, state, .and thought Mr. Speed's suggestion > or reduced, shall apporve said, with! the board of appeal a
\, Georgia Southern & Florida cars were involved in,the mis- return trip the next day.: Asister $803,916 going.for instructional Until this year the School national elections.An .' would be unenforceable."If budget, giving written notice reply thereto/and shall delivera I-

freight train near Theresa hap. Four other cars'are still freight makes the oppo- salaries. against approximately Board has been receiving 60 organizational meeting It can't, be enforced of their action to the sheriff, copy of such reply to the
I Wednesday July 20. No one on the rails but cannot be seen site run each day going from $753,000 last year. The per cent of county race track will be hold:on the evening of let the rid of the specifying in such notice the rheriff., ?
I get
was seriously injured in themishap behind the pile of wreckage.The I Palatka to Valdosta one day I increase is caused by the $200 funds, after the first $15,000 r Thursday. August 10, with wows," Speed replied. j specific items so amended, "The board of appeals, I
but a large hole can be freight was making a and back the next. across-the-board raise given which went to the Bradford Mrs. Margaret M. Vester of i modified, *- increased, or re within 30 days of the filing of
seen in the front of the detailed teachers by the state legislature County Hospital but which Clearwa.ter'as guest speaker. While waiting his' turn to I duced.x the petition, shall consider #

engine where a rail wait Morgan states, and also now goes to the new Bradford All women. interested in good speak, Artist Speed made "The sheriff, within ten the petition and may require a t
L run through, narrowly missing because the'county is gaining County Development Author- government are invited to pencil sketch of Commission days after receiving written hearing thereon. The board \;

the cab which housed four per- lour additional teachers for ity. attend the meeting. Time and Chairman Carl Prevatt, notice of such action by the of appeals shall by majority- t

the coming term. The interest and sinkingfund place will be announced in at upper right.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 1 board, may file an appeal to vote, within said 30 days,

sons.Flagman Dan Dasher, who Bradford High School gained budget which goes to next week's Telegraph. the board of appeals of county cither: approve the action. of
."." I three of the new instructional retire the $450,000 bond Issue, j officers''
<<"as. ridings hi the caboose at -1. '\ < ":!.'< budgets, which boardis the board of cOInIJ S.il111ers as
the time of the wreck. Is shown ',.","<" units and RJE High in has $28,467, or three mills hereby created and which to each separate item; or approve -
inspecting the damage. Dasher ... y rr Reno will get the other. Brad- budgeted to it, plus a cash shall be composed of the governor the budget as proposedby

said he braced himself when, ford gained two new teachers balance of $8,281 for a totalof Mayor Jackson the state comptroller, the sheriff; or amend or \

1 brakes were suddenly applied from'increased attendance $36,748. This is the portion : { and the attorney general modify said budget as to each
a snort time,before hitting the j i I! while the other is an instructor of the budget which Morgan Such appeal shall be by petition separate item within the limits

.culvert. Engineer H. W. Powell j for exceptional students. dropped from four to three Will Stand to such board, of appeals of the proposed expenditures .
the said he 1I Florida schools receive instruc- mills since the $8,281 cash which shall
'running engine, 1 i ididn't tLi petition and the expenditures as approved :i
washout until tional monies from the state balance will take care of the set forth the the
see the .j budget by by the board of county
I I' 'l"r''" according to their rverage decrease in millage. For Re-election v.
the engine was about 50 yards sheriff; and the budget as approved commissioners.
from it, and then it a as too :: I daily attendance. Morgan added that unless by the board of county "The budget, as approved,

.1 ,, ,.... .. .. : Public Hearing assessments, go up again next commissioners, and shall con- amended, or modified by the
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late.The c crosswise the track': ..'.--'-. '""- -- A public .hearing will beheld year he may have to add the Mayor W. T. [Bill] Jackson *ain reasons or grounds of the board of appeals of, county ,

background of photo is! Hold That _by the School Board on mill back on. Even though the appeal. Such
In the Point Fellow announced yesterday that he petition shall be officers budgets, shall be I
resting in the hole left by the Monday July 31, at 10 a. no. School Board drops one mill will be K f t tiled with the state comptroll- final.
candidate for
reelection .
I j for the of discussing this year, total county millage
washed-out culvert, and is the'third purpose
Carl Stancil's two-month-old
pointer pup, Eddies Rambling
/ car behind the engine. the proposed.budget with any may not take a similar decrease in the City Election of ,,rd Family Farms I Fox Hunters .
Sam makes he holds
picture rigid on
a pretty as point '
right behind the citizen -TM bearing it >$equlfed since the County Commission Tuesday. Sept. 12. He .is now
The two cars quail wing (inside white circle). 3Ir. Stancil says he will Not Disappearing Change Name
is having budgetary ,
engine were carrying pulp- by state,law, but Morgan completing his sixth year in t
wood, and filled: the aole as I match his pedigreed pup (Daddy: Muscle Shoals Bud; Mama: says that not a single person problems and could transferthe this office. Previously he had Rotarians Told Of Association .
the ditch next to the Wicker's Sunshine Sue) against: the performance of any poiut- has shown up at one since mill to their account.
'r1en as
served six
track full of logs. I er of equal age. he became superintendent 12 In that case, since the bud- years on the CityCouncil. A: denial that the family The name of the Bradford
years ago. gets of the County Commissionand farm is disappearing was vaic-
Dasher is standing betweenthe 4 County Fox Hunters Association
In announcing} his candid- e
( a x
In explaining the school the School Board are en- ed at the Rotary Clira Wednes
rails which the: were bent out Teen Time Dancers Budget Superintendent Morgan tirely separate, the county acy, Mayor Jackson' said that T -. "' day by Don Adams of Palatka, was changed to the North- .
engine it
of' shape by as Merchants Plan mill with a proposed new bond issue in, the First --1 who is Florida east Florida Fox Hunters Association ,
off the track. The rail I Win Prizes says he has to prepare would be adding on' employed by the '
flew while the school board dropsone. facing the city, he felt Church, has been a Power & Light Co. as an ad- at a meeting held
bed does not of curve the wreck at all but at!, On TV ProgramStarke's But total millage would that his experience in fiscal the Starke Lions Club for 13 visor on agriculture and electric last Friday night in the The- ;
lh, place I Mullet Supper and municipal affairs would years, serves on the Chamberof
straight in the clear space 1OfflflYho Lost remain at 41.25 mills. problems. ressa Community Center. The :
runs Teen Time Club be helpful in assisting the Commerce board of directors '!
The third school budget Is The
speaker said that family change in name was made in
f was featured on the Channel the current school construc- council through this period and is a member of the I farms
type are actually Increasing
; Starke merchants will, kick- 12 TV Dance Party last Saturday Voting Rights Jon budget which totals $103- Mayor'Jaekson is an Elder American Legion. I and predicted that the order to attract more hunters .I
: off their drive for the betterment afternoon. I from surrounding counties.
I 317 for the coming fiscal year. trend would continue as new
I BUY A.GARBAGE ::1( of business conditions Twenty-seven Teen Time The school board expects $12- Doan's Bridge ,' I equipment.makes it possible to This Friday night the association \
ii j m Starke with a free smoked members attended the dance May Reclaim 000 in capital outlay funds :2i'f" : farm larger acreage with fewer -!, will have a fish fry at
CANTo !! mullet supper for businessmen party and were taken to Jack- 1 construction monies from :; ;, hands" the Lawtey market platform at t
I and their at the sonville on two school busses. state to add to cash bal.once
1 'families. the a The speaker was introducedby 7:30 o'clock, honoring the Judges ,
HelpSomeone American Legion Hall Friday I During the program Larry of $91,817 for a total budget County Agent a. T. recent I
Starke Huge
.- I II Approximately 1,000 It's Finished .1 of the field trials I
itlght, Aug. 11.. Serving will I and Vickie Devrick won a of 103817.
_See I residents whose names have gins, and the program was in' and bench show sponsored by :
i;. tart at 6:30'p. m. dancing contest and received been removed from city voter The large cash balance came ; charge of J. H. DuPre. the group. 4!,
Plans for the event were identictal Brownie Cameras lists in the two about, Morgan said, because j.
past years may than
After of
I more a year -
made' at a Retail ,MerchantsAssn. with flash bulb attachments. 4 the School Board borrowed JI
nave their voting status re-f being closed to traffic between .
special committee meeting They will be on the dance 'instated $125,000 against its capital -1-- [:
ON SALE I by contacting City'Clerk Bradford and Alachua Coun
+; here Monday., ,Members attending party again this Saturday at 4 j! ,Merrill Edwards by let- outlay funds from the state to td I
ties, Doan's Bridge across!, the
: Across Street From i 1 were Charles Sawyer p. m. to compete against an- ter, phone or in person. '' build a gymnasium and two Santa'Fe River has been com i It
Chairman; Carl Stancil, Lillian'' other couple. Residents to I I lass rooms at RJE High in
are required pletely rebuilt and is back in .
Post Office Stump Lester R. I The sponsoredby cafetorium at Southside
Crews J. program was vote in city elections once Reno, a commission
> :Bullington, and Ter- the Starke Recreation De- again.
I Clyde Elementary and another t I
Old Telephone Bldg. every two years to keep their Only fly] in the ointment is S. ,
willegar. partment and the Chamber of Business Education room at
names on the rolls Edwards that,in spite of the new bridge, .
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Plans will be discussed at Commerce. Bradford High.Complete .
Saturday, July 29 stated. Registration books will traffic must still go around by -
the supper for a continuing remain open until Monday, details of each another route. Recent heavy t tt

Starke Lions Club program designed to improve I Lions Will, Sell August 28, 16 days before the .eparate part of the school rains have caused the Santa

easiness conditions and make 'Hand Made' city election on Tuesday, Sep- budget are on file in Superintendent Fe to jump its boundaries
Starke a more effective trade tember 12. A list of names. Morgan's office In the flooding' across the road I;

center. All local businessmenand .,Garbage CansThe purged from the rolls will be county courthouse, and are on the ATarhiia. County :) __- t.
tl their families are invited posted In the lobby of the city available to the public at anytime side, making it impas 9 i<
i This Space Contributed to attend. Starke Lions Club will nail as wen as during the s t =;
sable. If rains let up traffic 1 1 .
t F Weekly to Publicize sponsor a garbage can: sale Edwards also urges thoseerrons public hearing to be held next should at long last be able to
Rescue Unit MeetThe this Saturday morning h the who but Monday.
t ; are eligible resume as soon as water recedes !
, Community Events by old telephone building on Wal have never voted to register, from the roadbed. t I
regular of the nut Street in Starke. :
meeting as wen as persons whose Service Volunteer On the Bradford Countyside
: The Community Bradford County Civil Defense The cans made by the Lions,' names have been removed Road Foreman R E .
i! ,) Unit will be held at 7:30 p. m. during a club work night, will from the rolls for one reasonor Curtis Lee_McGee of Starke.a Jones reports the road grade -- ---- --- --- \ ;

; .l l, State Bank i iI Thursday. July 27, in the court- sell for $2 each. Made from' another. Any person who volunteer, will enter the has been raised about 3% I Dedan Church Road Resident Lloyd Dyal And Bridge t 1

I I house. All members and prospective old steel drums the cans have has been a resident of the city armed forces on August 8 to feet at the highest point and Cost of the
new bridge to for
members are urged to been painted and have had han ] only its half, Alachua equipment for Bradford's J
I half
\ I for six months is eligible to fill the quota of induction callfor should withstand
flood Bradford
'attend. dles added. even : County was around I I County played the good neigh- I of the bride saving this ..
,, -:- vote in city elections. local Board No. 18, Starke. stage waters. $2,000. Although responsible'' bor and drove piling with its j! considerable cost.w county

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"..,oi .. I.. Mlas Vivian Garcia of Jack- Panthers Take land $2,300.William Thomas W. Laytess, Jacksonville W. Akridge, Starke, resdence! ,
sonVme returned Sunday from Joseph Zack to $5,000.
,, one-half interest to one
a weekjfrTOcation in Miami and ) Natural Gas 22-0 Paul Bennett, Lawtey, residence LeRoy Raulerson to W. H.
half acre of land 1100.
Kej1WGthe! was accompanied '... In City LeagueThe with three acres of land, Spivey. Miami. 20 acres of
1 --.-..... .by her parents Mr. and : 5000. Alma Brown and Barbara t land 1000.

) :: Mrs. Rene' Garcia of Camp Panthers defeated Na- Paul H. Faulkner to Me d C. Buckner Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ;niiOuyAndrews to Milton Jf.Whittemore.Jacksonville .

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0851: Blanding. tural Gas 22-0 last week in Lewis, Starke residence, to Isaiah L. Brown, lot

I ...... 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Stefa- -r- the only game played\' due to | $6,000.. i two lots $2i500. in Cypress Beach on SantaFe

l Jf I ... Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wil- Enjoying. a family reunion. nelli and daughter, Elissa were I !. '& oad weather'and:: tournament i| John D. Patterson to Rob- I i Key M. Sargent to George Lake, $2.850.

I L. I ... 'uns and daughter! Frances, at the home of Mrs. A. W. at Jacksonville Beach on Sun ;:yi4.s& games.. 1 ert Jones Starke two lots in i Fountain, Keystone Heights, ,- Elmer Randolph,Shell Daytona -

JJUJ :re in Jacksonville over the Anderson over the weekendwere i Last Monday night the Pan- I Crystal Lake Homesltes, residence on Lake Geneva, Beach, to, Maile J. Lee

''I I, M.V ekend visiting Mrs. J. F. Ro- : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur day.Mr.. and Mrs. Sam Caruso thers lost to one of the $1,600. I $17,500. Starke, residence in ,North

= ;rs.I Richardson of Springfield, Pa.. and family of Jacksonville and r Gainesville teams 18-7 in William A. Thomas to i! Emily Crawford to :Edward ;Reno Subdivision,

.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Le of and Mis. John ,D. Anderson'sinci
I on 74? Orello Foradori and daughter, Gainesville in the SubDistricttournament.
4 JU'' sarlea Town W.. Va. spent son John of Cocoa. Mrs. Gerry of Reynoldsville Pa. (

I I M 'veral days last week with Mr. Edward Schwab and two children were Wednesday:- visitors of Mr. : Garden'Restaurant defeated, | $9.500.ij

J 1-- id:: Mrs. F. F. Stump. of Merritt Island, and :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. the other Gainesville team 17- !

.... Mrs. Gladys Weldon and and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Jr. C. L SchoU entered St. Vin 3 in the second game of the 'II

k :: ughter, Martha, spent last and children of Ventura, Calif. cent's Hospital on Monday .for doubleheader. Jimmy Rowe I! ,

I ".2k in Northwest Florida Mrs. Schwab and children remained observation and treatment. :: pitched: .a seven hitter,. strik- .
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(U r :: :siting Mr. and Mrs. C. N. i with her mother,' Mrs. ,Rev. and Mrs.., J. E. Ho( and i _ing out two batters whileRay j, 29 Words or less one time __nnn .&' Slemoriais' _Resolutions _. .....- 5e .per word I,

/ trick and family.Mr. Anderson, for two weeks visit. i son Joseph missionaries from Griffis played an outstanding U not paid fcx advance .____ 1.60 JCards of Thank, up to 50 words _-r..-..-- !.50

= and Mrs. Mack L. WU: Arfst-O-Crat and Admiral Indonesia, were Monday and defensive game in left field. Keyed or Blind Ads ____ 1.00 Over 50 words _. WT-_ ---- 5o per word

I j --- :lIDS, Jr. and daughters, Patti Fiberglass Boats now at North Tuesday overnight guests of The Garden will play in the Each additional word over 20 ..__ 05 Display ads ia Classified __ 1.50 per inch ,
,' :id Eslie, of Cincinatti, Ohio Florida Supply, 412' E, CalLL. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry. District Tournament In

r = 'e visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil- H. Goldsmith of Warner .Mrs. Ed Prevatt of Starke Gainesville next Monda; night. ". \

...... ims, Sr. this /week. Robbins, Ga. fell from the pier and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Len- 13 ..: l FOR SALE Electric Steel uNGSELY LAKE HOUSE for !HASTINGS MATTRESS [IUPHOlSTERt

4 .... Ensign and Mrs. Kenneth Ty- at Hampton Lake on Tuesdayof non. of. Jacksonville spent the L'' Routine Land Sales I I Guitar and amo1 ier. Very 'entbv week or month. 3 bed- .a WORKS !
.. good condition $60. Can beI
5 I-J.. ''I of Glynco. NAS, Brunswick, last week and broke his leg. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. t 'oom. electric kitchen dock St. Palatkat,
at Bullinston's Studio. 70 ternqp
;a. spent the with Jr. in Baton .. .. Tot l $70,850During I I I. seen ind nicnic, shelter. Phone 533- -r
M... .. weekend He was confined in Bradford Edwin Prevatt I .. .. -. tfch 2541 or 964-6461. tfhhe Furniture Repaired, Upholstered '
and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. County Hospital until,. Friday.M Rouge La.Mr Fish Little Month t FORSALE -Electric Water .i & RefinishedMA11EESSES
'i-u. Girt"Ifs
L. D. Vintag attended and Mrs. Warren Big
the an4 Mrs, Goldsmith were Dewey Heater 30 gal. table too model. REBUILT
-- funeral of his brother-in-law andtwo of Savannah. Ga. I KEY TOSE HEIGHTS >
II here on vacation as guests of sons Good condition $30. Can be
) = '!loyd Rodgers, in Clearwater Mrs. E. F. Miles: They returned -aje visiting her parents,. ,Mr. Just.too big," says little Debra Gene Green,.daughter, Bradford County Ian i.transctionsdurIng seen at 321 W. Madison across AT CHOICE LAKE LOCATION GENEVA ew Inner prings i

I .... /ednesday morning. to their, home in Warner -] and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and family of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green, of Brooker as she'tries tohoM 11 I i .. the, period from I from WInnDlxie.Phone 964- and Box Springs ..

) JjJJ Chief W/O and Mrs. 'EdwardM. Robbins on Monday.Mrs. I this week, f a 11 1-2 pound trout caught by her ,father; on'a recent fishing, : June 26 to. date, totaled $70,850 4 5761. tfchs Two One 3-Bn.Heme.3 ITmdtr natkfe,-CstrRt1o.OB* 3B1 Drop Us A. Card or Call

M. Johnson of Fort Rucker,: Ala. A.. W. Anderson and Sheriff P. D. Reddish it at- expedition. only'routine sales ,taking;! NICE LOCATION: Clean. 2- : Bath. Xfo". Scko Amd Sh.ppUjrAr FALATKA EA 5-9166
.j JJJJ are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs.- Arthur Richardson -! tending the Sheriffs Convention .. I place. bedroom furnished house. fs'1'All1 &tit.5931
I 1 ., I Fenced vard. $60 month. Con- MBS. PEGGY SUALLEK: ,
M. *dwin this w ei. *' of Springfield, Pa. visited: in Miami from Tuesdayto r CHARLESVALLfSIT8
j I Miss Madge-Middleton visited If you like chicken, meet me Prices of transactions are tact Edna Stone. Ph.. 964-4401. BUILDER OWNERPk. Starke, Agent
CHICKEN DINXFJl Fridaj :Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gregory Friday. 4192 Box: 456 --
) -. night, July -23; 6W'to'8'a' $ in Gainesville,; on Sunday, I Thanks for marrying me Mrs. Marguerite. Corn in Friday night,Masonic building. figured from documentary tax 2tD..In Keyst.ao Htlttlat. S250 To $500 A MONTH!
I Lakeland from Friday to Tues Tickets $L .Sponsored by Eastern stamps affixed to deeds filedin FLORIDA 90 STRAWBERRY 4tp 8-10
ti Masonic building. Sponsored bJ; Mr. and }bV$. T. H. Slade S gar. Now we will go to the That's what many too earners
== ] Stirs the county clerk's office. PLANTS on new ground. See mate with nationally advertised -
astern Stars ?1. went up to Waynesyille, N. C. Eastern Star chicken dinner at day.Miss -
I *.. I Mary Lou Edwards Miss June Harding of Atlanta Only transactions of $1,000or N. D. Burney. Rt. 2. Bor 56. Watkins Products. Nowe're \\'
Henry 'Martin and :Monday to, Wednesday\ to take, Masonic building, Friday night Starke. 2to 7-27 FOR RENT-3 bedroom house. the
|=J daughters of Ga. : 28th. visited friends and relativesin will spend next week with more are listed. -- Modern conveniences. Good offerinsr same OD-
the $1.
Meggs; w 1-e Mrs. W. S. Slade "who wUl remain Dortunitv to a reliable man or
Monday visitors of Mrs.'W. B there for several weeks Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan Jacksonville the first of ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. L. Reddish to Cecil Albert LIVE IN :ocation. $45 cer mo. Phone woman in Starke. No exoeri-

) = Thompson Jr. and famfly- vacation. and son. Harold, of Oveida the week. B. Harding. Addison, Raiford one 964-2465. tfchsI ence or investment necessary.
Mr. and Mrs. J..O. Caldwell Arist-O-Crat and Admiral acre of land. $1,000. BEAUTWULKeystone Write C. R. Ruble. DeDt. 7-4. "
Mrs. John Murray and Mrs. : of Mr. and last
Marty Crosby, son were overnight guests FOR RENT
Tommy Reaves and three call in' .nd their guests, Mr..aid Mrs. FiberglassBoatsnow: at.North Jessie E. Durban widow of I Seotemoer until June Watkins Products. Inc.. Mem- }
Mrs.,.Floyd Crosby, enlisted Friday of Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Heights new ohh 2. T..n11. ltD
= W. Jr. and children Florida Ed Durban deceased, to Rob- i. ,
4. Anderson 412 two
dren of China Lake; Calif. are.JJJ tha Army on' July 13 and is 'Miss Annie Darby, and Mrs. Supply E. CalL bedroom furnished homeon I .
[ spending. several dayi with. Mr. stationed at Fort Jackson, S.' Carrie Ritch while enroute to of Ventura, Calif; at- Mrs. H. A. LaWson and Mrs. ert H. Traylor Jacksonville : on Lake.Geneva house Kinzslev and Lake. with boat 'FOR SALE OR RENT One

MM and Mrs. Leo Champion., C. for basic training.Rev. Boston Mass. tended a family reunion of the C. H, Register visited Mr. and 40t acres. of land $2,000.' A Most Unusual month. included dock.water$90 and per store building and one small fj
.*. Mr. and Mack family at Fairfield on Mrs. C.H.Register Jr. in Tal- Harry H. Rabb Jr. to GeorgeW. i :unfurnished house, furnished
Mrs. Foster Sb. and. Mrs. C. A. Crosby Mr,and: l\ rs. Jack Haile andsons : electric. Interested nartv writeP. f
UHUI Smith and sons have returnee of Linden and Mr. and :Mrs. qf Miami will be weekend Sunday of last week. lahassee 1 last week. Roberts Jr., Starke. residence HOMENow. O. Box 414. Gainesville. Fla. I apt. at 321- Temple. Phone

l ** from two weeks' visit with Dr. Glen (Stanley and son, :Mike of visitors. of Mrs W G. Haile Mrs. Thelma Steele of Mr. and ?\irs. Mike Gilhooly in Saratoga Heights,J UnderConstruction 4t 'che: 7-27.I: 9692981. tfchg l f.

i, 22 and Mrs. A. H. Shi la Stratford -Jacksonville were Sunday while enroute home from California Gainesville and Dr. and Mrs. and: faniily, visited Mr. and $9,000. FOR SALE -Outboard motor. \
._ Okla. guests, pf Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Neal Goss and family of Pana- Mrs. Torn.Joseph in Glen St. Mary Munford, Green Cove This home will appeal to 5% h. D. Good condition like I COST You OF add LIVING$40 to WORRIES$50 a week? y/,;;
-us Mrs. M. W. 'Lance was hostess Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock ma City were Sunday guestsof Mary on.Sunday.. Springs to Willie Brown the discriminating buyer.Be new. $25. See or write Buford lo the familv Income selling I
-. at Mr. and Mrs. Guy,Sale. Mrs.Doyle Conner and.children Starke, two lots In Lincoln the early looker and I Parker. Hamoton. Ito home. Avon
a family reunion at the Mr. and\ Mrs. C. A. Alexander and family have returned from near your tenif
.* Noegel cottage at Kingsley and family of Cincinatti, three weeks visit with friends Mrs. A. E. McKinney visited of TaUahassee are spending City, 2000. lucky buyer.Charle8. WANTED TW& ladies with torv now available. Write

_- Lake oyer the weekend. Thirty Ohio are spending three weeksat and relatives in Cullman Ala., Mr.. and Mrs. T. C. Hazeri and. this week with Mrs"Frazier. -;. L. J. Padgett, to Mid-State Wall mus car for soecial carttime workIn 3617 Mrs. University Mable Gore.station.P. O.Gain-Box

Jjjj five members. of. the family Kingsley Lake. Mrs.. Alexander -II Festus Mo., and Dallas, Mrs. Jetty Hazen in GaineSille .Shaw at.Brooklyn: Lake..Mrs.'Lucllle I Homes, Incorporated of Hills- OwnerBuilderKeystone roundins Bradford Count.v and sur- f''vt11f"' 2tch; !? 8-t
borough area. Four hours
County, parcel of
\ on Sunday. Davis.was
MM enjoyed the affair. is the former Ruth weeken -
Texas. 4192 daily. Earnings $50 weeklv.I .
Mr..and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Whitehead. Mrs. Charley Johns fell from Mr and Mrs.. W., F. Herl llg gu, st. of MJss..Beryl Holland land, $2,500. I Not canvassing.; For Information -! PER WEEK MAN AND-

M* and children Jimmy Reddish, Mr.; and Mrs. Randall Chism the back door steps at. her have had as guests Mi. and in Gainesville. Executors of the Estate of FOR SALE OR TRADE Three write Box 823-A. Starke.i OPENINGS FOR TWO -S60
I *.. Miss Sandra Whitehead, and< and family spent the past week Ijpme'last Friday and receiveda Mrs. F. V. Herlong and son, Mr. and.. Mrs. Robbie. Shallcr Luther C. Powell deceased to bedroom modern home closeto 2tp 7-27 PER WEEK LADIES 40 TO t

MM Joan Whitehead spent the in Miami as guests of Mr. Al- badly sprained ankle. Mark, Jacksonville on Sunday and, .Mrs", 'Nancy Gunter Francis B. Beard, parcel ofFlorida line college in Gainesville.and school For on smaller bus- FURNISHED APARTMENT MEN.*0 OPEN FOR AGE LFHIT INTERVIEW FOR

... weekend at Cedar Key. bert. l 11.1ie. While there they Mrs. Adolph Qay and daugh- and Mr. and Mrs. M. N. have returned from a week'Yisitwith'Mr. : U- home in Stark .'Write Box HOUSE FOR SALE WRITE: MF. JOE STOKES.

JU Miss Kate Struth had as 4lso visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve er, Geraldine,. spent last weekin Herlong and son, Rodney, of and.Mrs. thur- 823. Starke or chone FR 6- Six apartment. 21 rooms 5 i ?4O. N. W. 4h St.. GAINES- .
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville and Jacksonville Jacksonville on Monday. Mark aaan Flippln, and relatives in 7133. Gainesville. 2tp 7-27. baths. Two blocks! from P.O. I VH.I.F FL\. PLEASE GIVE

_-I Martin W. Struth and four Jack Zimmerman in Miami and Beach with friends and and Rodney remained with Nashville, Tenn.. : I, FOR SALE: KINGSLEY.LAKE6room J.210 R.N.Bullintfrn.Cherry. See owner tfchf: VOITRSELF INFORMATION: IN FIRST ABOUT LETTEB .

children of Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold and daughter, relatives. ? the Herlongs this week. Mr. and MrA.. .W. Anderson 'house central heat. -, Up
2 Mrs. 'V. G. Struth, Mr. ands Jackie in Hollywood. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt.: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. R.-Jef fords Jr. .ajid children, :Jane caroort & utility room. deep I FOR SALE Good Used .

.. Mrs. W. IL. Edwards and Mrs. Buster and Diane Ritch of D. J. Clark of Starke, and Mrs. of Alachua, Mrs. J. OL Hunni- and Mark left,Tuesday to :return -I ". well dock:Dumo.12 x Bath 20. house workshoo and Silvertone T. V.; Hotooint qpsrlv FOR SALE
m'x concreteWIM I
Leah s-.Bauknight ,of Jackson. Miami are visiting Dr. and Blanche Englander of Fort "cutt of High Springs and Mrs. to their |iome. in Ventura Terms. Ph. 964-4394 or 964- automatic washer and electric. ln1r ,concrete fence JOSt,R. sand. 1

ville. The family was joinedon Mrs. T. G. .Ritch Mrs.' Carrie Lauderdale were visiting Mr. Sam Rutledge and daughter, Cajif., after '$spending three 'TheatreSAT. lli.!. UnLEARN cabinet sonable sewinz orice. See machine.Mrs. Rea.Jack wment. mortar mix. rock steel

Sunday by Mr. and Mrs Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clark in a Jacksonville rest Charlotte of Gainesville were Wk&here.with their.parents, TO FLY Co tact Hall. 1231 W Butler'Rd. UD ovster sfiJl. llmerock. and roof V
"""Merrill 'Strath'of Starke. ; *- areefl-for s '%eta1 "w,eefcs? / hdme'latP1day: .Bundai-viBltors-of"Ml- Mr-i..4nderson.Sr.' ,ahd vMr.. LacyConway, phone. -'9b4-405. .' .... travel...,Phone 964-2521.< tfchg \
Mrs. George Huggins. and Mrs. J. 'Oaldwell.. Prinr __. tfch PART TIME: SECRETARY Bradford Engineering Co.
.. = ,
EXP rfen
WANTED edtroW:
viSit -
to thelt,
here the,Ander* ., JULY 29
FOR RENT One small furnished and,general office f work. Pre- FOR SALE-1 Palomino Geld-
sons spent ten. months in Double Feature Program1st. cottage. Modem Utili fer vouns adult or middleaeed msr:: 1. 4 vr. white stallion: 1
I Europe. They will visit friends Featurerf I ties. No children. Located I woman. Write Box 267. Starke;: 7 Yr. oM! Pinto Mare. Price re-
TWO DAYS. ONLY! in. New Orleans! for, several Heilbronn Sorines. $35 per giving qualifications references '' '&isnnnbK Paul I. Men Rt.
E days then spend a, few.. days month. J. T. Quifflev.2tch. ? 727I 2tch 7-27 t b'\x SO. Starke.. ItoURNJSHED J

with, >trs | I "
,, .sister
Anderspns; WE HAVE a new loan program "- HOUSE $30 per
; : Fri. Sat.. ani family hi Canyon.. Texason 3b I FOR SALE -r-Four. room cot-, or farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 'mo. 4 furnIshed 4 room aoart-
-- July' ,28,29 their way home. taee at Heilbronn Sorines., years for the entire credit requirements mpns. utilities. included J50T
I I : Mrs. HiUdah. Morgan of Furnished and electricallyeauiuued. of the farmer and moo Phone 969-2362 Azalea

: ;Jacksonville,, and Mrs. Josephine 2500. J. T. Ouiglev2tchg: 7-27.,. !his family. Gainesville Production -I Drive In. Itch _
1 Credit Association, 620 i
David of Baldwin were BOLLLVGER CHIROPRACTIC:! North Main Gainesville, Fla.tfchg.. PEYTON FLORIST
weekend. guests,.of Sen. and CLINIC 119 S* THOMPSON. ST. 'jP
-- Mrs. Charley E". Johns. 426 N. WALNUT STREET Om:. 961-4155' ,J
.. s.. G. Jackson anq.son,, Sid r STARKE.. PHONE 964-2881. ., WANTED: LEGAL SECRE- \IGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 J'
I ney were in St. Petersburg last OPEN TIL 9 P. M. 6tD 7-27 TARY. Must be orof icient In DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
use of shorthand.: If interested Wire Flowers Anywhere '..1..
Thursday and Friday on business write Box 823-J Starke. tfchs

MAllTMllTN CRAEJ I Fla. detailing educations: $X 1Derlence. -
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Chesser. Real Estate and Rive references roR SALE: WHATBBURGER -
i 7 arid family and Mr. and Mrs. I 1 Branch OfficeOpportunity' '2tchar 7-27 Sandwich Stand on 301
i'' South. Will net $4.000 to $5.-
Henry Lawson visited Mr. and 2nd. FeatureTECHNICOLOR COLONIAL FLORIST 000 [after salaries on present
Mrs. Charlie Dyal in Jackson- Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke volume. Good eauioment.
ville on Sunday. flowers'wired any place.: Flowers Long term lease Reasonable

.-. __ Mr. and Mrs. C. J.. Koger :. Wyn '.OlS! UNITED FARM AGENCYAmerica's for all occasion locallY. nrice. For furtherTinformation
all Gainesville FR68525. or
r1 : 'hone 964-6291. 506 East
and most
family of Athens, Ala. progressive HP
I.Hlmrw 'vr1t.e 407 NW 13th St
PIECE were visiting,Mrs, P. G. Hutchinson 1 MgRol*$ I|I real estate broker, is expanding : -Nona St. tfchg '
u. t in 'OI RENT Unfurnished' 2 or .'
: Florida! Over ':
.. and family last Thursday ,- : k 75,000 FOR RENT Furnished .T
( apart-
l\ I
.. HjUe o( randies farms. bmi bedroom: house. Air
and Friday. i % nents. Reasonable rates. Neai ditions. Available August 1. .*'
John Winters of Hattles- j nesses and retirement homes i Chopping center. Phone 969- '13 E. Washington St, Con'act. -
Bedroom burg. Miss. was the weekend from Oregon to New York to 4)11) or call at 213 8. Chem < Gladvs Harrinston.: 337
.- guest of his uncle and aunt !!Florida! St. [Shell Oil Co.,Offtee.1 tfchg N. Walnut St. ItoWORTH

1 -4 --j Dr. and Mrs. H. .O. Bojlinger. L I We are now .seeking capable BE SURE to see. WORLD THE TRIP

Group Mrs.. W.'O.,Irvan Jr. and son a pgtm ItIUi management for a UNITED BOOK before buying any en- Mobile Homes Always

Bill Guy, of Hardin, Ky. are i branch office<< in the beautiful. clopedia. M. A. Payne, your elow market, and clean.
spending ten days with Dr. ocal representative since 1956 lilt
; : .1 Starke area. Naturally, wepre- LAKE GENEVA
and Mrs. A. Y' L Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tithe
Covington.Mrs. ..
Similar toPhotograph ---'-- a licensed broker, or salesman
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) ..- .. u.- ;, Matthews, and bat will consider WIlt. FOR SALE OR RENT: Block I mi. SE of Keystone His. 'eo.
E daughters, Mary Agnes and censed house. furnished
persons, particular! : all-electric on Route 100
Betsy, and Bobby Ferguson : Bouncing BennySUNMON .1 man and wife combinations, kitchen [REAL. hot & cold ;
visited Mrs. Matthews' son-in- who water. Will Isteeo 8. Salt BABY SITTER AND HOUSEKEEPER
"Go-Getters" :
Price JJ57.75 are and ban
Regular S' rma. Fla. Good &
Including: '; law and daughter, Mr. and .,.& TUBS goo4 references. (We will help swimming. Ph. 9643965. : for working mother.
'' } hours a day. Sat. and Sun. |
Mrs. John ,Miller at Daytona JULY 30 & 31 AUG. 1 4tod
\ ." you get your license). o 8-10 )ff. Must furnish references =
Beaeh, n, Saturday ind health Phone 964- ?
J" >card.
I : Double Dresser :Mr.; and Mrs. Garland Godwin If you are interested In Increasing 1663. tfch2'f

95 tod: .family; of Cleveland, your present earnings.wWbig Lumber SaleWrecking -

I Mirror : . Ohiojwm arrive 'this weekend t = & I II to work hard aad devote WANTED TUDERS. to Cecil 2

: 2 for ten' 'days vacation at the :, FULL real estate TDIE to YOUROWN Field 3tarke 5 7 days a..lIt week.arrive Leave CeCil
business then
Bookcase Arch Thomas,Sr. ; cottige on ?Ield 7:30: Leave Cecil Rdd :
.ae4. Kingsiey Lake! our proposition will appeal to at :30: P. m. Phone 964-3081 !

DAYSOKLY Mrs..Lorraine Smith of Belle : 1 luring: day or \964-6044 after
E !nnerspriiigMaO. you.UNITED Carnp'BlandingBeautiful GD-rn. tfcbg
, ; View is spending ten days with EnIlBJ....... IS "cashing In" on 1

Box Mrs. L. St;Hutto and family. e' 'I'Florida's tremendous population ;
E Spring : I
... y S1dn y'and Sue Jackson = growth and you can .help 2x4's 2x682x88 tPtSale5Service
spent-the weekend us "ring the gales."
.Mr. up Our Parts
: Two Pillows : and Mrs. Doyle Conner in Tal- I. i famous illustrated catalog andeontInuou 2x12's up to 22 t :,
.... t
,. I
iahassee. nation-wide
They .
were accompanied WA- feet long. i iI
E Available inWhite Accui::: A ncniss RoaseCWEMASCOPt
,, and Walnut home by Mrs.: Sidney tEl l Nr'. : |paper advertising will help assure j

; t f. Jackson and daughter Cyn ., ";:;:--::'. r :-:- snores SELLINGCHEAP I COLUMBIA SAW CO. !

thia, who had 'been guests of bir survey: shows this! territory Lake: City, Fla. _
i $r MATCHING CHEST $3995 the Conners the, past week Cartoon: -_
-- NITE STAID $2195 to be one of Florida, I
, -- :Atp.. and Mrs.,Boss Pass and Termite, From, Mare. best for our business. Its. FOE; SALE: Car trailer: one J',
-- many
family are moving from Road j wheel: waterproof: excellent
,' $10 Down $10 Per Month 16 to the ,natural attractions create more PHONE i condition. Rev, J. H. Mabry. !
' : Avery home at 310 'WED., THURS, &' FRI. buyer appeal For more detail 964-4001 1136 N Walnut] St. Itrt
, ... N. Walnut street this week. t
I AUG,28411EGENH4 tfeU
: opportunity, write
-' P "! !\f'.tIrs WANTED Estimate to recover
; -', Dr.. and Mrs. H. H.
nt Adams without delay. JACKsON

: ,;. ;:., A 'Fact You. Can Do Better at returned,. 'Saturday.' from. amonths' ** 858 roof Call 40 St.-x 24 ft. Apply Itg. |

S' '' 1 trip to 11frfll2. Dr. United Farm FARM }

: Denmark! ( Adams iast two. flew weeks'to of California the month the to AgencyDICK Building SupplyStarke Equipment FOI j(i .
Furniturer ; png -
I ; : Jo.Ii driven join his out there.family-. who had GODDARD \t I

OF STARKE Mr. and Ms; CyA. Sanborn I1 District Sales Mgr.Edgewatcr \ For l Job
Ii : FREE FREE teryTractor
r and'MIss O FOB RENT Furnished I
Mary Lu Sanbom of 1t Drive rooms and bath. Ldehis and Co.
DELIVERY Phone DELIVERY Lake Worth were weekend: Cartoon: ''Person. to Bunny Orlando, Fla. water furnished. *50 I IPJU .
r I 9644321 .434-446t West CaU Street mo. 516
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guests of Mr. arIdMr& Harry j 8, Eroerson St. Y. L. B2rhalne. PHONE EV '-S"!
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, ) ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiMAXVlLLE Cancer 'Fund bond of $12.50.) | ...- '--. -"- ._ '" --. .. ,._ ... '.',
"" ""': --.O;: = : :; 'c- "
Fred 'Bascom Bullas Jr., ': ", ". -- .' ---. --'.-_. -- _..--,,-. -. .--, .:7"
r Neors'6Goooc/ / red light forfeited
| of $12.50. I
( By Mrs. C. B. Nolan The Bradford County 'unitj Gus J '
-- .u.. Kunelis, running red ,
.i-.. GLADYS MOOTY FHO-VE 961- G:11: t : i..'....." ...." .." .. of the American Cancer!light, forfeited bond of $12.50-1, erwillegar Motors
II 1 J L 5 Society reported $1101.841; '
; I Douglas Colbert, Negro running -
Misses Sherry' Covey and I jaised! its 1961 fund
I oa quota '
;411 1 i Miss Robbie Capps ,Madison Street i Judy Brown of Jacksonville of 2000. I red light' forfeited bond )
I 'of 1250. 1
t fls I Complimented Baptist YWA .4. have bean staying with,., their I I Carl Johns'chairman of the 1 YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. drive, hopes the quota will yet R. T. Ellis, running red !
I jAt Shower Enjoys OutingMadison Frank Brown. be reached with one more tight.;forfeited bond of $12.50. i;

Miss Mary Ellen Boyd of event still planned.-a. roadblock : A. N. Harris, public intoxi- ,' Ford Sales andSERVICE
iJ "f 5 Robbie Capps, whose Street Baptist Y. W. Bryceville Is visiting with Mrs. to be staged by the Hi- cation, forfeited bond of i, .
Carriage be to Glen Reddish will A. members were hosts at a Louise Miller an4 family. Y Club under direction of Dr.: $27.50. ;f .
an event of August 4. was hamburger fry Monday at Gold Mrs. Charles Garrett 'and
C. J. Houpt. Oliver Powell. Negro, run-
honored e o or
at Cj ] s
a lovely bridal t
Head '
shower last of Jacksonville visited Fund-raising projects so far ning red light, forfeited bond \
the Friday evening in Honored guests were Rev. with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- have included special gifts, of 1250. ,
Episcopal Parish
j House, and Mrs. J. E. Ho and son, ginbotham and family last canvassing the business district t i
given by a group of friends. Joseph, natives of China, who I Sunday and in the afternoon trades and industries, red Alex light Nonald, forfeited Coins bond, running of i i,. All Makes and Models
}J ..iA pink and'white color motif have'been \ went .to Kingsley Lake .iouse-to-house canvass, anda 1250.
!was achieved in the flower ar donesia for the past I i, ; carried Miss Shirley Hig- benefit golf tournament ,
rangements: placed at vantage The Ho's have with them. A nominating committee Lester Harrison Ebon, Unlawful Front End
points throughout the hall, and country for nine Mrs. I!' : speed, forfeited bond of i j Alignments .
i j Henry Carter Is feeling I composed< of H. B. Ingram 2750. .
r also in the refreshments. The I are serving as : ,batter after a two weeks' chairman] Mrs. P. G. Felos ,
I refreshment table was attrac i I speakers at the G. A > : i; { and: Mrs. Martha Snellen willI Henry Evans, Negro, reckless I .

live cutwork with cloth an imported linen I amp O'Suwannee !'I' i) Friends of Gene Johnson I I meet: August 4 to nominate a [-oriving to five days by speeding in jail or sentenced a fine}'! : Motor Tune-ups ,
over pink linen. i be glad to learn that he :i slate] of officers for the new of I
II ,In the center of the table was ford.After I been discharged from the I I $27.50. J
swimming year. ,
pink Henry Evans, Negro, driving\
pompoms flanked 'b Y'Rev. and and is back home now. Chairman of the various divisions I }
Mrs. Ho I *
v a fan-shaped J :ithout license sentenced to; ., Motor Overhaul
1 arrangement of the group about : and Claude North and of the 1961 drive were:
;three-branched I five days in jail or a fine of : .
bra silver candela', en es in Indonesia. j North and Patty Pari -,I i Julian McRae and Carl LaMar. $27.50.McLeod's.
holding burning pink tap of many interesting :, i i & enjoyed a trip to Kingsley Johns, business district; Norman -
' ers.The which were of I ke Monday afternoon. Willis, special gifts; Mrs. I Automatic Transmission
crystal punch bowl at a to the young people. Mrs. Louise Miller has been I)I H. V.- Knight, residential district Pitching Repairs
E separate table was presidedover two trips weekly car-', ; H. A. Bishop Jr., trades !Leads Builders i
; by Mrs. Edna Hart and!''Recent Birth ; children to the Salvation :j i and industries; and Clyde Ter- \
I !Mrs.. To
Margaret Andreansen. | Camp on Bedford Lake i;i I willegar, golf tournament. I Midget Victory Undercoating
Standing in the receiving line..1 Mr. and Mrs. W. Mondays and Saturdays.Joyce I j:. Mrs. W. Hal Hand, president,'r .
Were Mrs. P. D. Reddish, m aion,Starke Bobby, Rudy, and,, of: the county organization an- :i. Wayne McLeod hurled one .
;!{ ther of the 'bridegroom, Mrs of a son, William 1 1I Axtel of Dalton, Ill'I pounces that a new film ;"Life j hit i ball, in Jaycee Midget I .
I i LV League play last to
.Brorward Capps, mother of the! on July 13 in St. last week with their;' Story," is on hand and will be j Saturday ; Brake Adjustments
", bride, and the honoree. pital. Grandparents 1 I Mrs. Louise Miller and shown by the chapter in the t lead the Starke Builder's Supply {
I t Ninety guests were invited I and Mrs. R. L. i Larry remained for; near future to various groups, I j I.. past Florida Pest Control r "
to enjoy this delightful affair..'Mrs. Helen McLendon ., extra week's visit. : The final board meeting of !I 41.In 1 *
Ff '' the only other J f Window Glass .
\ game ;
I. : Replaced
[ Mrs Dan Parrish and Mrs. the yerr will be held August I
1 I !j I Harris were visitors in 29! in the Garden Restaurant td last week the Pest Control:; .
,' !shut out Johns Oil i ,
Hrit Of : last Saturday. at noon, when reports will be I Company
I Ii
A ; j I i|i Billy Whitehead and Mrs. ':, neard and new officers elected 3-0 to keep their hold on. second 'I I *
!i place, one game back of I Welding'I
A Carefree Higginbotham carried
Curl the Builder's
j 15 members of the In- Supply. ,
North Florida
1 Neither ,team could muster i
;I A new hair color will do wonders for :i > : 'A" class of the Supply Gets !| enough batting power for a *

you. Start with a tip and work up to !'!' Baptist Church toe rally until the Pest Control : Tailor-Made Seat Covers a I
s Landing i
Evinrude Franchise
an entire tint if wish. (i scored three in the
you But do runs top
come i i !}'' Thursday. Mrs. Dorothy i
n in soon. i t ::: is the class spousor. i A dealer franchise for Evin- of the fourth on hits by Mc
: Leod and White. It was Johns Have Your Car Checked By
Miss Kathryn Miller is
rude Outboard Motors has
I Oil's third straight loss. :
1 Hami i
the summer in I i been awarded the North Florida -
,; ; .. Ind. with relatives. |t j 412 East Standings: W L GBBuilder's ,
I Supply Company
MRS. C. R. SEEDING i I 1 i I We are sorry to learn that i I Call Street, Starke. Pest Control Supply 5 421 1 FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS S
J: I Jackie Joyner ,is suffer !! The franchise, the newly "
Was Last Week's Winner i iI I i, from a case of hepatitis i i named local dealer maintains, Community Johns Oil Bank 133 :

''t OF A FREE SHAMPOO AND i I I i j wish her a speedy recoverY.iThe 1 will assure outboard boating 1 I i Schedule: 1 6 4'2 i I Check With

j,! Maxville Baptist t enthusiasts in this area of I. Thursday July 27, Commun* Clyde TerwillegarFor
I will call the preacher r' 'i
factory authorized service for
I next year on Sunday, Aug.j I their motors. ity Bank vs. Pest Control. I Your NEW FORD A.1
Friday July 28, StarkeBuUder'8 or
i I All members are urged toj j "With boating one of the
We Are Closed All Day Tuesday I present and vote for the vs. Johns Oil. I
most outdoor
popular recreations
Monday, July 31, Pe&t Con Used Car
I of their choice. l
in the country Frank
Glamo-Ree Hair.. Stylist I I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan trol vs. Starke Buil: er's.
Hgen, North Florida Supply ,Tuesday-Aug. 1, Johns Oil II _
Miss Ellouise' I : family enjoyed last Sun- dealer said "we are especially \s. Community Bank. {::_ '_ n .>, "_ '. _" ".-: -"-: "'- : : ': u ::=':", -:",'
Ph. 964.8341 Mr. I at Jacksonville Beach. nappy to be chosen as the I \

I Members of the Maxville Evinrude dealer in this area. I i ___ __ ., __.____. ,,_ _,__,.., .' ,_ .
353 N; Temple Avenue :! Church Choir enjoy- The] quality dependability C- > : : -'- '" : :. -= ::- ': ':''=,'_ ', .' ',::: i.-2' ;,_ o.-d.c ", c-C-: ;;;::::;: =::'_.:..._: .: .: .,.-.s "

y an outing at Strickland's of Evinrude motors are well
I Monday night. "
1 known.
6I I Leon McVeigh of Parker- This year's line, according A

| W. Va. is staying here' |to Hgen: incorporates a model S look iDly
I his brother-in-law, Bob j for every type of power requirement WD8IS
and family. He is S
and offers speed
.W A working hi! Jacksonville j power, versatility and depend- jS S.
I his family plans to join ;a bility., .
'i I here in the near future. The 75 horsepower V-4
!, Mr. and Mrs.. Randolph I Starflite m is Evlnrude's top I S 11,68f/ !
are building a.camp horsepower unit. In addition I I H S OII
CASH Black Creek, where{ '
i n there is the 40 horsepower deluxe -,: IOoI
29'B 29'u I get plenty of rest and en- Lark m and the rope i .
fishing. I starting 40; a rope starting 18 I "
671 W. Madison Phone I I horsepower Fastwin with optional !
J Wednesday electrical starting kit; I .
Fancy Western and Mature !I ] Mrs. Anderson the 10 horsepower Sportwin; I
i the 5.5 horsepower Fisherman :
I Baker County and the three horsepower !
r Y
Lightwin and Ducktwin.MAYOR'S
45 LB. CAN Mrs. Mamie Johns Ander-
: I I ,I j 66, of Route 2. Lawtey, ,j ] COURTa
PURE LARD - $ Ii I I j hospital after a hinge rRunning stop lights seemed :
,! <; illness. She was the widow to be the fad this week in ,
GOOD HOPEMILK3 \' the late James"Anderson. Mayor's Court as eight drivers I
i! t [ i' Mrs. Anderson was born; forfeited bonds for that ofi i Mens $1.99 Special
Tall Cans '. ,..
i 14,1894 in Baker Coun- i fense. I '
I She, was a member of the I Henry F. Tobe, running red J

INSTANT MORNING JOY Baptist Church. Jght, forfeited bond of $12.50. Sport Shirts Girls & Ladies S Bed Spreads
i : Surviving are three COFFEE -- 2ozs. - : I !i Mrs. A. H. Henry of :running'red light, forfeited i Whites S Asst.
1 and Mrs. A. M. Miller ,. Sport Sandals cOlorsN
I i I My I77
| and, Mrs. Rose Starling, :mitted the low bid. 'I i S-M.L RE OW 500'Colors
of Green Cove Springs; ': The sprinkler system out of Reg. 5.99
303 CAN ,GA. REDTOMATOES son R. B. Anderson Law- \the building was sold by Jackson $1.98

2 For ; one brother, Lewis Johns, to Moore Pipe & Sprinklers : Also Large.. Selection
I City; and three siste (Co. of Jacksonville. ; Mens $2.99Walking .2 $2.99 to $12.99 .
i: :I Mattie Hood, Immokalee; The wreckers have six For 300
Minnie Townsend, Plant j months in which to complete;:

DOG FOOD 10 Tall Can < ': ; Macclenny.; and Mrs. Nettie Tho i- ;, |the job. ,i Shorts i i Y Misses Bobby Sox

'! !! Funeral services were heW1' I .
TABLE I 3 p. m. Wednesday in the Asst. Sizes -'- .," Non Ravel p .
'U' "
Methodist Church in DA.JIC PolishedCottons t / 4
I POTATOES 10 Lbs. 'I i County with Elder FL': 244 Triple-Roll 1 OF
: Johns : TopS
: officiating. Bur- {i Real Cool :
| was in the church cemetery : Girl SI :
H ups S Sizes to 11
MEAT SPECIALSCOPELAND'S '' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral: SUN.-MON.-TUES., I 8'/2 100

in charge of arrange- JULY 30-31-AUG. 1 Large Selection Yours Now

!. The Revolt Of ; Can-Can Style
SMALL VISKIN :'I Active pallbearers were Clint!'i Boys Long Sleeve '1 ,
Eugene Austin Albert j, The Slaves ; "
: PICHIOS--I Lacy Norman Leon- :r.Starring: Rhonda Fleming. I : ; Slimmer
I Norman, and Cecil Hardee. Shirts 'slues66c

SMOKED ; 1 Buildings "Thunder OverHawaii" !; Spore $1.99 Hand Bags :

lb. i '
:!' Wrecked Starring: Richard Denntnr. : Reduced. '
I I Pins i ii
I 1 j Camp Blanding i Cartoon 2 For 3 00 Reg. $1.99 Reg. $2.99 '

WED.-THURS., AUG. 2-3 ;
SUPER, SPECIALS! ; j jI j t Two of the largest remain- Daddy-O ; 144 & 199
1/ buildings at Camp Blanding : ,
FLA. D. & D. FRESH I 1 1t I currently being wrecked i I Starring: Dick r--r.nntJno. t,I II Summer Height .

FRYERSft. BEEF t f '), the Co. W.of Starke.T. Jackson te' Wreck Tank Commandos S Boys Shorts Jlell8' Ladies Summer ,

Starring: Wally Campo. ;

24c<<: lb. I I,''I The buildings.and structures were In originally are more 271 by recent laun-j 250 I FRI.-SAT.Pms Cartoon, AUG. 4-5 : Values to $1.00 ,I Press Pants Sleepwear.

1#I they had been used'by The Shadow ; Sizes 41A Values Man Man'sBaby '
I II I Florida Development Com- to .
CHUCK :STEAK lb. | oged started on the, several wrecking weeks(mob I. Starring Foxhole: Andre MordL E&I&11'Washable SIZes Asst t. 200 Reg. '$2.99.

'I I In Cairo .
; i i iI
STREAK-0-LEAN ;[ Jackson was not low bidder!I Starring: Gloria Mestre Albert Color Fast 2 For WO
the buildings but purchased'Ueven and James RobertsonJustke. .
If AGO--- I from Interstate WreckingCo. > [ Ptas I i I i t

I GRAPH. of Jacksonville, who sub- Cartoon : 'd ..- ___ __ __ _--- .. .., -.- '-'. .. __ _. '" ,_--_. __"_-'.-_-.-_..-'_p.. ""'" '-__'. ._..._....-.._,-_..."' P'-_-.

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I I tol'l.' '', "i 1 j ,. -V,,I.': V .._. .. _. .. ............-- __ V Forest Land Shows files so y slowly 1.V Uut lox' reach i" : '\\l spH4l&ittaa and or. Life -Insurance \l>Florida.' i .t
.I ., Coverage tor the emE'0el ;':, .Information regarding the ; .
.. usable size +
in the usual iiL'VG
and trustees.oL 'I'I I r above' be obtained .
I : .. 1 I ; "the may by
?" '- .. A '',''' (;; "'" \ Marked .Decline 1 length of time.' RrfdforS 30 County Hospltil Up to I k.\ tatting R. E. Edmondson! :,, Sl'ORE, bif411ed
I 1: '
'' teHilt .p. tn.un.t 1. 1961 at. ministrator, Bradford 727ALVAREZ'
"j III .. \ '.!;' '_, ';.bi. '<'''. ; In Past Ten Years Not only has forest land Ute office* of the' Bradford i i Hospital '. ... .,. .... ........ a ,
'. area ,d Iiried. but ire County. Hospital In: Starke,,. it ". -
the .. I:1
; I.;". -, .. I ___ : = 1 ; :: :
NoW.We: Know V/hat's' Florida hal two million growing pine his' dropped = ? o --- i ,"' ..

I I } Expected fewer! fere's of forest land toddy -' even more. lands classified as i iI : ::/
dllqq !
V 1/1
I pine or oak-pine type* ,cover S :
w than ten years ego, geL < :
ll", President Kennedy's speech to the is J L cording to an extensive surrey I Icon'ducted only 11.6 million acres. -or .. .. 'I
I V are. engaged primarily one" of ideas. -, .' ,. "
I some' five arid half milnjah 1 ,. ;: \
a l'
nation by the TJ. .. Forest I -
the &
,1 '1I. on Berlin crisis } ; 'Mt
,' Tuesday If we are to win the Contest of '; : { --i ; "

" J .";; iight wa"grnnly realistic without being ideas, we must know their ideas as wellas Service he Florida in cooperation Forest Service with I| tury acres ago.less By than contrast a quartsf-cen-: the area' -/.:;..:..{.. : .,- ;,::1:1,: I
to induce "' .
t' i. : : calculated undue fear or our own. Communism no longer t 'j
ii, > and forest .industries. Aclualyi -; ; in hardwood typed has increased pJ'''''''.,' ...,'. .. .
in panic. makes a pretense of appealing only to ] aboiii three million foreSt't by over three millionI ; ". .' < I !

r 'jJH1; It Set.a'goal and pointed the way the masses. It appeals to the intellectual acres went put of production, !I I acres. .' I 1'k I

; 'Ii!", to achieve that goal. Now that the way and power-hungry minority in the but about 'one'milhon icrest of j ri[ 6eneraliy, the write;er ofSniin .',' ; i

J !! ;has been shown, and leadership from newly emerging nations that are seri- other land was put into timber I pines on pine forest .

;;; Washington at long last' provided(. the ously struggling to determine which p'roductibjS.! areKs 'lias increased, but the '

."''President need,, havenp: feai: that the offers the best and surest road to Biggest shift in law use. volume' df sawtimber-size I i\ .. .... '. ., .

j ;;:;,American people will deny their count progress. The decision made by this according to the survey report -i I tries has, decreased by 52; per ',.,;. t .ILt '
from cut-over timber .;* bent In: the past ten years.: fo;: :
; try the last measure, of sacrifice and minority 1I"determine the future was i Volumfe .,.. ..' ..... .
,: land to. improved pasture. remains"s"DOut: the
J -support that is needed. .
I course of each of these countries. Somehow ; ,: .' ,, / '
!! ,; As the President pointed out the Cattlemen have increased the I j same' Sitttoills.and. pulpmills :-'. .. : i
I we must find a way to bring the area of improved pasture by1; are now competing for the ,r' f. : .
!'; ;problems that face the leaders of the truth to the peoples of these countries two million acres in the past I same"size tr es. ; .

di |'i :free world today are multiplied day in and show them how Communism, after quartercentury.. I lit .contrast to1 pine, hardwood V I (

.,! and day out by the Communists. They forty years of trial, continues to disappoint Forest land is also beng diverted timber; volume S .r'l eased 1 I .t i iV .''
'I / :;;;jdo not intend to lessen world tensions; and why it ,has produced a del 16 other uses such ash'ousirii &t a faster rate in the last de- I' ', \

( ):!-:and the Berlin crisis is part of that uge of disillusionment and a steady developments, manufacturing : V Famous V

pattern.:: The more tension they create, stream of men, women, and children sites, and highways, |I 11p cade.44 Hardwoods cent of ndn the make total iF i .
,-the more adherents they can win to seeking escape front its blight. the reporf adds; Land use for per iI ,
volume of wobd, bUt nearly'third ) a I
i; !their "made i in Moscow"\ these purposes Has increased"by I
philosophy ofnF"eace Communism is a false 'idea-but it of the volume K "cull"tree J ESTERBROOK liV

\ ;!! .at any price.Psychological is an idea. It is a perverted idea, but a: million acres the since 1935 --;. too' poor In qualityever to
with most of ircreases"taking
lIhl! warfare is something it still finds adherents despite its dis- make saw logs. \ I
R Qhat::: thp masses, of the free world do appointments.: The only way to combata decade,:place during the last Fountain Pens ;
-' V
"Wl,1; ;not understand, because we want peace false idea is through truth, not ig In spite of these changes, THE RIGHT POINT fee thf .

y-But:"':; Communists have a goal and norance.It commercial l forests itlll coyer WAz jan. wite. Come li, ui4 V 1 Plus Tax '

j that goal. is world domination.: They is encouraging to note that .io 5* per cent of th e total land I i 'efJ- Q itlpOtlte ESTER- With Anv Point -:,' ':j !

-nav a plan. by which they expect to cally, in the past few weeks, a prO- area hi Florida or 19,600- I J BriQOJC >FpupUin Pen.. TELL ? :

achieve their goal, and they under- gram has been started to bring., an 000 acres. Art added one million XOTICB rI

stand fully how they expect to carry awareness of Communism, its aims and acres are idle or abandoned : XO\lc-8 is hereby given that Of Your Choice.f'i: (,
out that'plan.. cropland arid' another.million th@ Roard of Trustees; Bradford I V 1
objectives to the people. The men's CmiYity HosTJkal Corporation, II .
*. This is the. which and a half acres grO\!! wiH receive proposals for Group J 0 r t
reality '
seems organization of a local church is spon .f. .' ; .r
Jjiardest for free people to grasp, There soring a series, of meetings on all phases ,; ,- I'' ;:- ', L
is : (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95': I
no .such thing as' pJa'ing'tgJ core- of Communism. Effective materialhas RI: OLliTl s : :, ; I.i.

less tie as far as the Communists are been mailed to every box holder in Pursuant to the provisions of SectlQn' =31.1:; Flociga: Statues Point Available- I:1 1I
f $oricerned. It is all or nothing with the county explaining, in easily under- I. T9;; ". no'ica! :: to. hereby given that A _onblie"' hearing, shall beheld! : Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General Writing Jf 1i I "ii i-,
of .
hy the B'ardford; Count Bpard Public. Instruction1; Monday I :
them. They are ijoyig to pursue their2foal stood terms, the origins, beliefs, and ob- I July':a. IMI at the hour of lft:00: A. M., in. the;, County; Boa.rdMeeting V Student '"5jb : .ip,., ,i I'
of world domination whether I ; l Room of the Courthouse at Stark, Florida tor the purpose I Signature Others IC.-l: i
we jectives of Communism. A.series: of of djscu.si-uig with. the citizens of the county the proposed \ t, f
_. .'
take cognizance of it i! of county .. -. .:r'fi':-. ,... ,
r. or not and they newspaper messages is being sponsoredby i school budget said for the fial year beginning. July '.I' : I Ii
1, 1SS1 aiid' eliding June 30, 19tj:,- which budget is'
.would, of :
course, prefer that we not a local business concern. Other ma- i ,- ,; ..
-'j\, \
I ". _,,,;
Realize what 1. BifiitiBT j t'Oll THE SIALNTKXA.XCE OF' SCUUOlS ,. ,I
, they are about. terial will be made available in the : r 'j

I 4 The Communist societies are willing near fiIt re. If such an educational pro AatlrJpated Retrlptt } ':

:ft o sacrifice_ everything-including should be conducted nationwide > '
gram on a 1. State Sout u 6393.78,00 :

I I Jtommon tfort decency and.the. personal l com- scale, in every city, town, and Total. 2: : County Anticipated'jeceipts.am} District) 1 ,7'i&.OO. .$. .O 3.03UOCash. 1'1'i| : .NOTEBOOKS c :1 9

of their citizens, including ethics, village, the\ effect would be tremendous Balances Beginning ot ;
: r ,
old Year ,
individual ; : .
freedom-for naked and the: American,people would at least Investments ,..,,,-,',,,, 71.896.09 I .
power. The free .w orld. is not. prepared: have an. understanding of what we are Total Available.. CashReceipts and I Red and White

4o do. that, nor should it have to do. so. up against "_... r', 1,130,989.00' I i' "BRADFORD HI" .'".;

3Ve\ should be prepared, however, and" The general belief in Washingtonis IrutOi\ E1pf'.dlt re : .ft- .

Snake_ known our willingness to I : Printed on Cover Plus Tax I II
respond .that if the Western Big Three stand 1. General ContrftJ 3,5:8.00 1

4o ..the'moderate sacrifices that will be firm in this crisis, present a united 3.:. Operation Jnsqucton} Plant. i03.91 66OD, .00.GQ :

Untailed. in carrying out the defense front to-the Kremlin acid i do not plead 4. Maintenance' 1MDO.OO _,

Jneafcure's, outlined ,by President Ken- for a conference with the Soviets on 6.Auxiliary Fixed Charges Services 16.500.00 67.SOO.OO i

' uedy Tuesday night. the German, problem, there will be no S.7. Debt.CapHaj.Outlay Service 19,0119.00 Reg.. lOc Crusader Notebook Paper-3 for 25c I ii

M, Another thing we must realize is shooting ,war over Berlin. t. Transfers ij&43.011 !

Jhat the struggle for world supremacy Y But whether or not this proves Total Profipsed Ezpeniiture' *. -. I 1,0'LO11,0Reserves \ I I I r) !

Sril! probably not .be decided i in the4nilitary true, ,the war of ideas must continue, Balances. .Investments and 112,978',00'; :1 Reg. 25c ompoSJtIOIlBooks 20c.eae. .
: -
or scientific areas, important for it is on this battlefield that the Total Proposed Expenditures i' ,

.**..as.v-.. ,,they. ..are... ;-The- battle )in i-+which} we ultimate'..victory: -must. .-- r come.r -It ... .and-- Reserves.......-- c.t',. ,.. ..' .. '- ".','., 1,190,989,00.. 1 w dr K 1w'" :' II '.
i'4X0 8 FUN "
1 .yi -_... ....L:..... ... -_- .......' ___ _._ ,...... moss-covered cabin that usedto Receipts y II I 3 .1_:' ."$, ... .4': I ,: 1

be on the left hand side of Tares \a elSst'd t ". 25.4S7.00 ; '
i Farmer's I' Cash. Balances! I .o: : g,:SI.00 'I
i Diary the curve on US 301 inWaldb? ,
.. .. .. ,.. .. .,'. ";'
T '
,. We met Morris., Cannon 'this Tottfl X-vallaj.te. ;. 3C.7ft.00 o

By Sam MeGarvey\ week who usedto, Ifrei in. the. Cult EJPeridlfur Balance : :, 34,566.00%2OS2.0\). SEE IT! TRY IT! I
I place, And he told u$ the,place ,: ;
V"\ !
was built ar \1nd\75 years ago. III, SCHOOL; o.s S1'RLCT10t:' B1 iDliETt ; ;{F

seemed to work but now the j It was' torn down a few, years ReceiptE. J ,. ..., :., ,,-'., f.aill '. I
I "oogs are infested again, especially ; Ago, andth- .tI -wood lumber Ca_ Balance and Transfer* 91, 17.S3- I .'' .:.,:. :' : +
State >Funds :I,0fl0.00.: : :
with the little i waS
black'tariety. in it.
'solid. Mr. Cannon .
.. .!::
I. :
.; :j aid the trouble- was you Total Available.. 103.SK.85t : ,' : -. : .. 14 1
.. '" I,
I I.
i couldn't get paint to click tit 4 F.rPel\4ltQtes : ,tic ..' fI I IIII.
a.t Dog Days have started andwell and it was so hard yououldn't -&\ Buses.. :,198,89New ill III. 'NEWEST' : F; .,1i
Buildings y 7i376.95; _
that' 1 wI
see that
old-time '
e drive a nail In it! Ca s h Balance .7.42.00
belief that "if it rains on the S.S. A II I \
.... Complete details of each separate; part of the 'Cbool budgmmariEfd & : V .1
first day. it will rain for the Man we met this wee k ]Had\ ;:
abofe 1.
:. .This week marks the open- \ are on file and.: are .v .Ilable.tor public inspection FASTESTV
, Iftg whole 40 days" works out this a coral snake in a small jar -at the office of the County; Superintendent of Public I IIII i ;. V V ,
of tobacco markets hereIn time. InetruVtionj;; at the courthouse, Starke, Florida, acid will alibi! ,
the Florida-Georgk belt :. filled with alcohol He said hi V(available toe such public hearing tog-ether with ajl; 5UPPOttiUta.tements ti II i -
had captured the snake a 'i1ve. and informaticn. All intetestedpersone are cordially, PORTABLE i
and payday for who If you are, having trouble invited to in '
growers ; participate the public hea'ririt'and'discuss the
it in the LIVE
put Jar then
with red I the school programaa budget tor this county for the ensuing __ __
have been working: the crop you can stop it poured in the alcohol.. .He, year.BRADFORD. .
since the first of the year. easily t by, getting a, can I.of insecticide i claims the coral Is.a very slug- COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INTSTHCCTION '

Early indications;ire that called "Off/ or the ]j gish! reptile, and from his H. P. Morgan..,.....Secretary.. .J. ',. 4', .,- .V 1. . III .EWRITEI
prices should be as good or equivalent.. Before we got aj i story, it certainly seems true. I Itl'

i>ett t' thin they-'were last ran of the stuff, we were Imagine trying to put a live NOTICE IN: THE v

year, depending on quality of hewed! alive by the red bugs black snake. in. a far!!! ti- t : r v .
iohe leaf. land in the TJtel: kafd ofi.Gounty Commissldners of. Bradford' County will } :, ,
WpRST places! ; meet on August 7, 1961 at 9SO A. .L, for the purpose of hearing III I +' JJU .!U : I
but now we just squirt a little! The wrens are back in the jequsta and complaints regarding the Amended Budget of V WORLD, i
Dan Starling took up his Off on our ankles before I. carport again this season, busytrying .the Roatf Bfid e* .Maintenance: Fund for, 1961,,, and from dayto I
berry plants and now has working out of doors and have 1 to raise a family. Vil- day., therl1ft'f1'fllt\ deems it necessary. I I
them in the cold-storage plantin no more trouble. i;I Lan is the cat, who hopes that V .
Chairman :
Starke. There's one thing .s I Alice and the wrens.wL'l+ relaxlheirvigiianee V

about doing that; at; least the See where the largest j't long enough so 'Rep.t tl .f KillBHttfrf. RrvrBBea aced Receipt Bradford-...tr. 1 m I
; fishj'j' for,t\e Vtmeml Year' Eadlav SratrJu l Sf IH'. __ i II
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Bermuda;-grass. cant get them caught: in the. fishing contest lie can snap up one of" the AMKNDKD' BVDCfct '- ROAD AND BRIDGE 3IAlYTECAC. Ear i i 1
there. sponsored by tender little fledglings.
ft brewing concern -
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was a drum boated I !
During the, week; ,,yje,offered near Cedar l{ey. The smallest Fair Directors Taxes 5.4 Mills. on assessed Last, Year' Tiislr, ; l! j1 : 4 I !

to Jet. people. elsewhere,in.the o prize-winning fish by the way. 'j vacation\ 'JI.949,667.00, $ 42.927.6S.49.000.00.- '{ I
'To Meet Gasoline' Tax 61.504.00 I I. I
county have some of the was. a two-ouice bream, Friday Racing Monies 18,500.00 :roo.oo'' I ,
I Taxes 4.6S mills Assessed ,
water we have standing For Plan Seasibn on e'$1nltion.of t
\ 19,259,138.00, I 45,152.76 r .
f around, in the'Lawfey>section. The price on hogs is due to City of Starke, Relmbure- I I ,.
out' most, of- them said "No drop off in late months "o 21 I ifem&ers of the Bradford for Work on Temple Ave. 3,600.04 ","" y 3.500.00I i TRMiT I
Thanks lye Have 'Enough this !!! Other Revenue Receipts ";0.00. 1400.00
year) according to UP County Fair Association board I -
OurselyVn$! With the ,excep- ..marketing I : ; .f YEARS. : AHEAD FROM' !
Reason of directors, will meet in 'the Total] Estimated Receipts .$llf,677".6f : n.ess ::..6 '
Jonio o; J;H. if. Lewis .of the given is the large number of.: Chamber of Commerce office: 6' -S.TSISS-: 8.59S.64 1,1 '. / ANY"ANGLE '

Heilbronn section' who, said pigs farroaed. at 7:30 p. m. Friday. 93 a of Estimated Receipts $10S,94S.S6' $1i.$36.1: NEWIN 4j' :,' :
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past, week, that 'plate had And speaking of prices, ,we,1{ oe"reached as to what improvements ,"" '. ""I : :V STYLE..SPEEDi..SPIRm: ; V
5eetriven Jry., ?see, where*, broilers are being will'.be needed at 'Total* Estimated Receipts t i \;
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.. Balances S10g.9 3.SMillage >> UIU9H'' 4 I' V V : Vi '
V quoted at; around 111 cents a' the proposed nert. fangrounds S V ., .if
*..Our dogs _Fiddle and, Paddle, pound, and. if the price ge ts''sife j j i' at the Stark State Farmers ( Levied'Last T Tear 5.! Estimited.TWstY. *f #*. w*r 4.64).. I I !i V .. Here's'a, _portable that's'ALL NEW1.fa Jef .1T;$ _'

are loaded .with ticks and any lower.j they'll be giving : Market. t .tI.t 11pa.ruj -J. .j i J and :out! Galaxie gives better typing with:kss ; '. (.
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them. We ,used five per cent Mess 'a! 'to layout Maintenance .' SJ.7SOM., .' 47422.00. +.-
improve 'o'IJnt1. Rotd 1 : .i-\. t .t ever- .
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Malathioa.f or'a _while. arid.It. Ever notice the picturesque, jnents, etc. Buildings ,-.. 250.04. 2SO.OO" J I | ; ;. -.; '. .. ,.. ,
"--' P.epa1T,1pktep and Rental, '" "'t .. I wanted in a poruble. :
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.. r: Newspaper PuMisfcedUnder! COD, RigM.of-Way Procuring 1,oou.i: 1,040.6&aatifcatoaofHighways I'[' r. complete! touch typing court If.. orb ')( r rF ,
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fix MONTHS 1.73 $1X.MONT S 2.00 .1 Total Budget .-. Bradf rd
'THRCC!: 'MONTHS t.Oo* TH THRECkMONTHS' 1.19 \ $lOUUle'sulin..b County Te1egraph 1 \t
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SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF lIa1tens'badlY'around the core. diluted salt brine to keep them jj r ..
CHRIST Gather pears when' "fun! 'size, iron 't urrung' brown. "use '3 I I
Home"'Demonstration The/ New ScripoBilsiuiess /
S mi. S. on 301. f bomewhat yellow in color but tablespoons salt to 1 gallon 1 i III ,
Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. Notes while still hard. Hold from 4 ware I '
m.; Assembly Worship with: ': i to 8 days to ripen in a dark I Ball'Pens

the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; byDOROTHY but well ventilated, cool room. Line 1:1:

". Evening Assembly Worship,' ,js ;. ROSS 'LeConte pears are. an excep- i :

E.f.i' I 6:30: p. 111.Wednesday. ..e:. : Home Demonstration Agent tion to this rule The fruit
and RefillsFOR
t4 Bible Classes. will not ripen evenly, anCit I
BAPTIST CHURCH Schedule for week of July
Programs making curtains and draperies. 'J II
7:30 Home Management
\ p. m.BOATDRAIN mIl be necessary to sort daily Eleven brand new. homes on .
Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor 30
: These programs are for 1962. Johns
,The program planning committee -! during this period. Blanding Street and I
l" Sunday School and Worship Sunday-Church School for I I BAPTIST Plan now to attend. In September Hood LeConte, and Pine Drive in Saratoga Heights ALL BUSINESS \VRmNg..
3 to 4 p. m. Sunday. all ages, 9:45: a. m. Morning : consisting of Mrs. Paul of this year the club desirable' right: here in Starke. These ,
Tuesday Prayer Meeting- Worship 11 a. m. A nurseryis I CHURCH Qinkins, Mrs..W.T. Blair, Mrs. apple pears are more homes will be ooen Wednpsrfav 25c eachREFILLABLE
I will be Kitchen Stor- only
1.11". program than the Kieffer, in both color ? aM"!Saturday: afternoons I II
' I Sunday School, 10 a. m DeWitt Sinclair. -
::30 p m. provided at both services Dave Green, Mrs ,
age with examples of storage and texture, have a relatively I for your inspection or any
i t'r j Saturday Church Services- each Sunday. Snack Supperfor Morning Worship, 11 a., m. Mrs. R. W. Caddell,
' t devices. Do you make the best small number of grit cells and other time tha: suits your con-
'1..7'30;*(;' : p. m. MYF 6:30: p. m. Youth I Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening fend Mrs. Charles Weimer met use of all the storages you. are more uniform in shape. venience. .

1li"I meetings 7 p. m. Youth Worship, 7:30 p. m. in.the. Home Demonstration have in your kitchen? Attendone I It'is good to use a vegetable Just call: A. J. Thomas.! The !
;;: i; EVERGRMNI' !: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, to Realtor Tel. 964-
t I ';. Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. I Office Wednesday morning of these meetings in September peeler and peel. from the stem New House
'i. BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship, 8 m. 7:30: p. m.Pastor work plans for 5701. ,
p. on programsin
to if make
I see you can to the blossom end of the pear.
!| Sunday School 10 a. m. Tuesday Circle One will ;, Rev. Barney Sweat.. 1962. Assisting; the com- any. improvements. Cut pears and remove the core I II with Refills lOc ea. .: I
a; :Preaching 11 a. m. Training meet in Fellowship Hall, 10 a. I mittee in the planning were Pickled Pears I I with a French potato ball cut-

il 'Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching, m. Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs.J. Miss Dorothv Ross, and Miss Those who have pears will I ter. Place the fruit in a ill

li. 7:3Q p. m. Prayer Meeting R. Wainwright co-hostesses. HIGHLAND Catherine Knarr. Home Manisegment. want to try "Aunt Rosie's" VBLUEJ ,
I j Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Wednesday -Circle f. will BAPTIST CHURCH Rot>cialld! from the! fMrs. Rosa Pinholster of I. 'i I I
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I i v Wednesday Bible study, meet at home of Mrs. George Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. State Office Jn Tal'ahassee. I. Brooker] recipe for pickled ''I'I'I i I BLACK

14o p. m. Jos. E. Norman, Huggins, 10 a. m., with Mrs. !Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Members in the clubs had I i I pears. Her friends agree that : RED I

pastor. Foster Shi Smith as co-host- 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each already derided! on th-3 sub- they are delicious. j II '

I ** SUNDAY SafUICESCHRISTIAN 1 ess. Prayer Meeting and Bible I, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ipct of home mana pmpnt. I Wash, peal and core 2 FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS Ii I i

CHURCH I Study. 7:30: p- m. Management; has been defined : dozen pears. Make a syrup of I
.4 Thursday Prayer Group BLOOD NEEDEDJ. act "usinsr what you have to : 6 cups of sugar, 2 cups of \ I :
., Carl Clarke Minister meets in Ladies Bible class- get as much as possible of vinegar 4 cups of water, 1 3 J The most economical
10:00 Bible J School
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loom, 9:30: a. m. Chancel E. Fralick, Room 106, what you want." After considering tablespoon of whole cloves. NATURAL !

J 11:00.a. m. Worship. and ComJnunion. Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Bradford County Hospital Is I the needs and interests Bring syrup to boil. Drop pearsin "\"".: ever devised.
in need of blood wishing 11 writing
Anyone -
I { of their club members and cook until tender [test

\. .:FIRST PRESBYTERIAN TABERNACLEAn i to donate blood may con-'I' and friends the committee with a fork). Take out cloves.I I I
CHURCH interesting letter to the I I tact the Bradford County I those programs relating to Pack in hot sterilized jars. !! Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE l
I II Tabernacle: group has been re- Blood Bank at the I '
I hospital.I the wise use of time, energy, Cover with boiling hot i
I Thursday -' Choir practice) ceived from Miss Phyllis Mar-I friend. and monpv. and seal. syrup i 964.1301NIGHT 964-2411 Bradford County Telegraphgredient

,8')p.m. I I I tin, missionary in Quito, Ecua- You. will want to take advantage II
Fruit ripened on tree is apt)
Friday Deacon's Meeting,! dor. She writes she is now on II' FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH of CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
these programs as coarse "I irVtexlurs
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vacation from her work Lawtey follows -
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1:1:,;', Sunday Sunday School,I I spending some time in the jungle 1 A. E. Massey, Pastor Management for .....
:il- :,9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, with other missionaries Bible school, 10 a. m. Emergency -Fam-I
11 a. m. Junior Choir, 5 p. m. ., helping with the Aucua Indian I Preaching, 11 a. m. ftv Financial i Planning and:

Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. work. Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Budsetins! ; March Wise Use j
e::1 'Evening Vespers 8 p. m. Also news from Mrs. Flor-p Bible Study and Prayer! of Credit: April Valuable }
i Wednesday Men's r..bl6:30 vacation at Wi- :
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|t Fat>ers: May Mildew: September
: p. m.BUY. I i nona Lake, Ind. telling of Bible:;I Wednes-day. I II I -Storage of Clothing:

'11'' i|I Conferences attended there. I October-Work Made Easy;
: i The usual services 'will beheld i CHURCH OF GOD November Clean House H;,. rr
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itS during the week. 7:30: p. m. Evening wors'hiP.j Special Interest meetings

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn inot In connection with club'
it'1 i t .. LAUREL MISSIONARY ing Worship, 11 a, m. Sunday meetings Legal Affairs to
BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service, 7:45: m. fM
p. include wills, deeds and property -
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J. ::ii V t Jet j Sunday School and Worship YPE. Service Wednesday, 7:45p. : rights; Selection of Ma- ,
2 4 m. Prayer Meeting Friday, .
to p m. Sunday. .ior Appliances--what you pay f
1- Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:45: p. m. for in features, life span; and:! k. r.'.
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Thursday Choir practice Rooms, Aluminum Windows .

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7:30 p. m.Sunday 'I Home Improvements. I -. .

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I Rites Local Women J the optimum range for crop ,
AU Star MondayFor
[ Game ;
Grid Sessions production.
Model DressesIn .1 .
He says more lime may be j. BUYS ,
Mrs. RobertsIn required in the first application ,. fa', f I
State Revue -

f: Set For Aug. 5; Start Aug. 17High Lake ButlerMrs. Mrs. Eugene Pearson of up to in the order recommended to bring the soil pH. -- I : FRI.-SAT. .

d school gridders will Lawtey and Mrs. J. R. Kelly range for crop production. ,

: Register Coach soon be digging in, rooting Gertrude Wynn Roberts of Starke modeled dresses in I ,

... + turf and sweating off poundsof 52, wife of State Repre- .f the State Dress Revue held
.* ,Le: nand Register + xa excess weight again with tentative Clarence A. Robertsof ',recently at the University ofFlorida W. C. T.
head foot- 'all practice due to start Lake Butler, died early '1 in Gainesville. The I
:fall coach at .
will High, Thursday, Aug. 17, for the Saturday: morning in a Lake 1: levue was held in connectionwith "THE BOY WHO SMOKESIS '

a0. begin duties Sunday. July varsity, and a week later, Butler hospital after a brief the State Home Demon- ROBBING AN OLD MAN ( LARGE SIZE 2 For 29c1
as head coach of I ,
.year's this August 24, for Bsquadders.A illness. i stration Council Meeting and WHO WILL SOME DAY
School Football High meeting of the entire 'II Mrs. Roberts was born in | Short Course. The 62 contestants BEAR HIS NAME. I

:have team and will {quad will be held at 7 p. m. Graham and was the daughter j| [winners from county [SUNSHINE MAGAZINE]
undefeated members of his own Y. Tuesday Aug.15 in the BHS i of the late Niram Wynn and I! dress revue] modeled their I S. C. ALBERTA
BHS football '
his team. squad gym prior to the first day of Irs. Mary Wynn who resides I i j handmade: dresses.i 1
Register iegular practice. in Starke. She moved to i I Theme of the meeting was I GENERAL ELECTRIC PEACHES --5k--Qc j
gained the
.a* a result of his fine football honor Next year's schedule has : Hampton with her family in'I 1 Learning- The Key to LivIng Air Conditionerand r
'quads been buffeted by the additionof : early life and had lived in'I : ," and several outstanding
climaxed of, the past four years Monticello in place of Jesuit : Lake Butler since her marriage:i i speakers were featured on the TelevisionRated .,
by. last year's un- of Tampa, and Lake City in i''In 1928. I program. No. 1 on the market FRESH NO.1" .
It defeated
I history, of team BHS., the Two first members in the I Rodeo Held At PlaygroundPictured I, place of Bolles of Jacksonville., !' She was a member of the I i Mrs. A. C. Ellis, president of today. :

I The schedule could well be First Christian Church of Lake' the Bradford'County Council
of last year's i Buy the very best for less OKRA---2 Ibs.29c
undefeated 'I I
,squad halfback Tombo above are scenes at!!Street Playground. This Friday -! tougher than last year's when :j jBHS ,. Butler, the Eastern Star, the, and Miss Enza Blanchard money. See us for your
Smith the "Rodeo" sponsored by the!I night the main event will went undefeated Coach : Lake Butler Garden Club and delegate, attended the,business deal.
and best
fullback I
Sam Gardner, City Recreation Department|,be a cook-out with the ch', "Lennard Register said. \i the Lake Butler Woman's sessions with Miss Dorothy
;.will his also play for Regslter on from 7 to 9 p. m. last Friday!I dren furnishing the food. I Register will be shooting for 1 I 1 Club. Ross home demonstrationagent. G. J. McGRIFF or CHOWDER ---

All-Star squad. Both boys at the Pratt Street Playground.More Youngsters interested in the iis fifth straight Keystone 'J Surviving are her husband, APPLIANCES :

:'oi were s tor awarded their efforts All-Area hon- ,I than 30 youngsters cook-out should call the rec-! Conference championship and' Rep. Roberts; two daughters 100 t '. Call St. i''PEaS S ---2k---Qc

*and were three-year lettermen.last year, ,participated in a watermelon reation department for further his second straight undefeat- Mrs. Ann Fortner and Mrs. !Clover In Pasture Phone: 964-6351 .
t seed spitting contest sack j] information. ,, fd season. Last year's un- Barbara Jean Pntchett all of
Service What We Sell))
We ,
Fifty-six of Florida's finest ) Insure
; races, three-legged race tug-I Plans are also being made beaten squad was the first in' Lake Butler; one son William Helps ,

:divided high school gridders. equally :of-war. and other games with I for a doll contest Friday night, BHS history and was also the Vann Roberts Stamford I Cattle Profits LOCAL GROWN .
Between the north and THE RIGHT POINT for the,
prizes going to the winners. first team in 11 to beat Conn. mother Mrs. Wynn, of
years : ;
:south squads will report toe The Rodeo is of I Aug. 11. Further informationon : way you write. Come in and : '
only one Palatka Starke's ace rival. Starke; three sisters, Mrs. I Clover in his pasture can 2 Ibs.
the University of Florida Sun- many special events sponsoredon this event will be in nextweeks To I 1 Ohio I select your favorite ESTER-! BUTTER BEANS 29c .
*.Jay to play football each boy Russell White Camden ; I make the difference between
begin training. Players BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-:
Friday nights at the Pr.lltclinic I
will take I paper. must have a health certificeat Mrs. Oliver _Burnette Washington -' profit and loss to a cattleman, I
part in twice-daily
signed by his doctor and a'1 /and MrsE.. D. Reynolds says animal scientists with !!
drills for a week with the All- at the University spon- Park To Show
permit signed by I'I Decatur Ga. brother i f
a parent. ; one the Florida Agricultural Ex- j
star sored the Florida High I GRAPH."A
game set for 8:15 m. by
p. On Fall Each player must also be covered Niram Wynn Daytona periment Stations.
Saturday School Athletic Coaches Asso- ; ;j
August 5, at Florida IFilm I POTATOES
,Field. ciation. More than 400 coachesare Of Roman by insurance. Family in- :' Beach and three grandchil- Dr. Marvin Koger and Dr. 8 k. 29cf'I1UJ

Register will greet his grid- i expected to attend the sessions : Empire urance is all right if it cov- j| dren. I A. C. Warnick have found\ the a
dens I' devoted to coaching of ers football Register saps, but i Funeral: services were held addition of clover to pasturesgives ; working gal
when I .
; they arrive
Sunday The downfall of the ,
I Roman if not the school will offer insurance at 3 in the Lake I
and wellas ; p. m.Monday three main benefits.CowsI ,
*along with his assistant coaches football basketball as Empire will be the needs RIPE
depicted on a pal/
*" for.the related subjects.On for $16.50 that will' Butler Christian, Church with I produce more calves calves /iJ
game.-Jack *
O'Brien *
screens of the Park Theatre cover the student up to $1.000 : Rev. C. F. Dance and Rev. i I have higher weaning weights (...a lindy 5teno- en) !ff
of Oflando; Boone and Fred the clinic faculty are next jf j
Sunday Monday and 3 k
for any accident received during Jake Thomas officiating. Burial j and animals require less supplemental TOMATOES 29cLOCAL
Hogan of football coaches Ara Parsegsan II .
Daytona Beach, Sea- Tuesday in "Revolt of the the year in any sport. was in Dekle Cemetery with feed. I j Won legibQity.Md. speed yon ,
breeze. South coaches are head : of North Western and two Slaves" starring Rhonda I mueteambwe. Z
I ', Players may get physical Wilsont.& Brannon Funeral The researchers compared' FINE LINE
coach Jerry Jackson of assistants Ray Graves of I '
i Fleming and Lang Jeffries. .
Wh.6ctatioa. fut i
examinations through the Directors of Lake City in results on three clover-grass M you
assisted by C. A. [Moe Florida and assistants Bill In Technicolor and wide- I I 'I' think yooU lip... FRESH "
County Health I
,. Department or charge. pastures and three all-grass NO SKIP*
Fuller South Peterson of Florida State and
Broward. and screen the spectacular action I I
a family doctor the coach Active pallbearers were Hal pastures in tests at the Unl- i, Wbea reams of note mutt be,
I Jeter Barker Lake Worth. Marcelino Huerta of Tampa, drama the final ..
depicts perse- perfectly due '-"5-
stated. I Y. Maines. James R. Wilson varsity of Florida Beef Research <
Tickets will be on sale at basketball coaches Vic Bubasof cution of the Christians in a NO SMEAR!"J LARGE SIZE EGGS i t :
Letters will be sent to each I Neil Dukes W. L .Brown JohnR. Unit in cooperation i; When matt take noU
for Sloan of I rot
$2 adults and $1 for stu- Duke and Norman decaying Roman empire, 300 .
player the i ,. .
concerning requirements Townsend, and T. E. Dun with other departments. M*paeUge tmp .
0 dents. An Ail-Star ''basketball Florida, and Dr. William years after the death of I NO CWIPI'i
for playing but new can. Cows on clover showed a 20
discussion j ..
Same between north and south Enneking on.a. of Christ. i .ac
players can contact Coach I percent advantage in calf r''j 6
teams of the state will also knee injuries. Miss Fleming stars as Fabi- Register or attend the August I Farm r Manure* crop over five-year period.

1 tike place Saturday, Aug. 5, I ;"la. the tempestuous daughterof 15 meeting in the gym. The grass pastures gave 63, DOZEN45 C
c at the same time as the grid a Roman patrician who Best For Soil I
I 64, and 66 weaned calves per
1 contest. Tickets for the cage' THE RIGHT POINT for the finds her destiny linked to THE RIGHT POINT for the nundred cows. Weaning rates i- Pea' roes ,
game will be $1.50 for adults way you write.'Come in and that of a Christian slave, way you write. Come in and Specialist Says eeus.deo1 -- -
I un the clover-grass pastures ..
JJ aid 75 cents for students. select your favorite ESTER- played by TV star Lang Jef- select your favorite ESTER- ;! 1YMG. BRILLIANT
were $2, 83, and 85 percent.
The two all-star contests ,will BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-1' fries, who in real life is married BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEiGRAPH. Pound for pound farm I Cows COLORS I I :
grazing clover pastures
.climax a three-day coaching GRAPH. to his : 1 manure will benefit soil productivity iC L Yee.
co-star. (eetrruthYA/
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.....--". .. -- u _.. .. _. '_ .. more than any other 1 j uition returned after into calving breeding con j r i..F'uea a'.- ,scan.. .ea..euec m wi east taut Dowling'sAcross II II ,
.. .. __ __ .. :soil amendment, according to averageof t ,,,, moww UVHBK. owiti
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a University of Florida soils 20- days earlier than cows -- I .

specialist. on grass pastures. The researchers Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I '

S- N. Edson, associate pro- concluded that i From Setzer's

lessor of soils with the College j f clover stimulates the cow's I ,

Must Be A Reason of Agriculture, says poultry hormone system. "This is -
I manure !is the richest source very important for cattlemenwho

j of plant food followed by pig use the recommended I i iI '

beep, horse, and cow manure. limited breeding system," they esegn iou e qf;

For every ton. of mixed commented. I
R :. .- .- '.- _:.: farm manure there is ar. average Clover also provides better ,

of 10 pounds of trogen,i! quality forage and better sea-

5 pounds of phosphate; and 10 sonal distribution, so that

SOLD 21 pounds of potash. differences in weaning weights I

i In addition there is : about favor clover pastures the report SAIl3The t
b i ;oOO pounds of organic matter 'stated. Weaning weights I
Averaged 408, 417, and 423
plus calcium magnesium and ,
NEW CARS I sulfur as. well as important pounds on the grass pastures;
minor elements such as zinc 417, 427 and 443 pounds on .

1 copper, iron and manganese. clover-grass pastures. Fabulous Home Appliance Sale is Still in Progress
The amount of farm manureto All of the grass programs
IN 19 DAYS Ali add to the soil will vary in the experiment lost money, at The House of Westinghouse in Starke- J

according to the type of the researchers pointed out. ; NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY!

: manure the crop and the The best grass program pro- i!
quantity used according to uuced 99 pounds of beef per \

.._ yes .S Edson. acre or 263 pounds of beef': A Few Of The Bargains
I I per at net cost of 28
I Farm manures are not bal cow a i
anced-that! is, they 1o not cents a pound. Production I ,

carry the nitrogen phosphate costs amounted to mort; than

62 MODELS SHOWING SOON required and potash by In plants.relative For amounts practical -I the In sale comparison price of, the the beef.most i 13 CUBIC FOOT only $ 'PAOO

purposes the only ingre 'I i successful clover-grass program I
dient that needs to be added produced 282 pounds of j
i. I is phosphorus which is read- beef per acre; or 37T pounds of /

j I .ly accomplished by the use beef per cow, at a cost of 13 ,

of common 20 per cen*. super cents a pound. I 100 LB. SEPARATE FREEZER

The following method ooalancing' r ,Half Florida Soil i j TWO DOOR

manure is rec Still Needs Lime :

I!, ommended.spread 2 3-4. pounds For of poultry 20 percent 'UF Chemist Says, BARGAIN! BARGAIN! .

., .. superphosphate the ,
I 61 MODELS on
,.. ,"." '. 'J' f" ,. "......... .. I dropping' boards after each Despite the benefits that can j t
.,: : '
1 cleaning per 100 hens be obtained from the use of I 15 CUBIC FOOT 10 CUBIC FOOTREFRIGERATOR ,

I Spread I'/z pounds daily per lime a University of Florida CHEST TYPEFREEZER .
Where We Have Close Contact ; cow, steer or horse. Spread chemist estimates about half'I'
onethirdpound of the: ma-
-erlal daily per hog or sheep.! of the crop-producing soils of ;
:I As a word of Florida are still inadequately;; :
caution Edson cf
{ ,SHOP EVERYWHERE limed. i With Freezer'And
says:it is well to rememberthat
Dr. Nathan Holds 525 Pounds
Gammon Jr., :
nearly half the value of Vegetable Crisper ,
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR / liquid farm manure is in the fresa i I soils chemist Experiment with the Stations Agricultural i Porcelain Finish

portion. If this is
I not

: ABOUT THE !IFi j1uiV" d conserved phosphate the value ,of by.litter the means final and of bMdln product super?,I gays have never many been been limed of limed these while but soils an others have adequate I i.:H only $239Q.Q. only $16500' I

+ lime level has not been i .
i, :I greatly diminished.W maintained. I

1\OTICE ** l>TE TI.\ TO Since inadequate lime levels i I

; .:. Then SecFOR NOEGEL'S !F REGISTER of visions. Notice Florida undersigned orcnajkter Is Acts FICTITIOUS hereby of under 1941.20,953.given the will XAME.v Laws pro-that register result inefficient,in the lower use scientist crop of applied yieMs explains fertilizer and,i,I: 13 CUBIC FOOT only) $ fl 00' .

with the Clerk of the Circuit that it becomes good economy
Court in and for Bradford
County. Florida upon receipt of for every grower to maintain iJ
i i I proof. the
BROWN AND MARLEY. under crop land. j .
which I am engaged in business Lime supplies essential '
7 at Rt. 1 Box 12-A. Starke ,F1 a. t A REAL FAMILY SIZE UNITWon't \
I E. L. Marley Rt. 1 Box 12-A. nutrients decreases soil acid-I!, -
Starke Fla. Sole owner. Jty and provides a more favorable I "
Dated thin 26th day of July A. 1
D. 1981 at Starke Bradford soil pH level for growth i You Visit These Friendly Folks at North Florida

'., I County Florida. of most. economic plants and I .
r I 7-27 4t 8-17 Supply Real Soon and Check the Many Bargains Now
J plays an important part in theo
I : ---ALSO--- ;' REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS HiTEXTIO AXE T 1 conservation and efficient use Available in Their Appliance Department?'

Xotice is hereby given that of applied fertilizers. I
the undersigned, under the provisions With all these benefits, 1, Check The Home of
of Chapter 20,955, Laws Westinghouse in Starke
I of Florida Acts of 1941, will growers must keep In mind+I..
: ; Good d Clean Wide Selection register with the Clerk of the the Important fact' that lime' .
J ford Circuit County.Court,Florida in and for upon Brad receipt itself does not remain permanently ', Before You Buy ,

I t this of proof of publication ame in the soil. It is gradually .
notice the fictitious n
I ,!fat -THE SHOE RACK", under removed by animal grazing. ,, North Florida Co. '
i I I neee which at we lit are N.engaged Walnut in bud St.- crop remval and the Supply

I Starke Fla.Charlie leaching action of rain. '

St.. Starke.R.Fla.Oaks.and 208 Stanley Pratt i Dr. Gammon says most of Phone 964-2113 412 E. Can Street
U. S. 301 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE Mathls. 1643 N. W. 14th Ave, the state's soils will require

-. Gainesville Dated this:Fla.ttth owners.day of .July. about one ton of lime per acre You Can Be Sure -- // It's Weflhh'S "

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somewhat like t daY"% crew
:; From 'Featheredge' To 'Flat/ Top'. cut, but'more rounded to the

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shape of the head than the r !, L1

\ ? "N Veteran Barber Sees Men's Hair Styles currently the.long sides pompadour popular but long was flat on short top.,top The and on _-: _

.. : Undergo Big Change In 50 Years I brushed'-straight Then World War back.II came tM

along with the GI haircut;

'J clipped up the'sides anc short '"

came In the shop one Saturday days were the "box'cut" Hong all over." "The boys got usedto 5 + I ,c, try ..

, I;. r and said: "I ve got a shotgun and cut off' square in' the wearing it that way 'and IDl
1 just decided to keep it short
a pistol, a license and a tack]; ana the "allover in

i woman. Can you marry me?" which all the hair was clipped when they returned to civilian.lie

'' PI .Not daring to say "no" evenIf :off: short the same length all .. ," Mr. Sparks obseives. .. ,

t ) ( he wanted to, the barberJP ever. But mostly the style, There are several vacationsof k

quickly replied, "Bring 'em called for long hair Sually the flat top ,to suit individual Evolution /

parted in the middle tastes Sparks declares
: stn!
I. 8. E. [Ed] Sparks, who' has Sparks was barbering during 'Short hair became popular; There's the short flat .op.. the Of 11 Ien'sHa1rcuta f a, dYS! ..

been cutting hair for more that daring era of 1923-24 during World War I when 'ong' flat top and the middle- !
___ of-the roadersor medium a.t
than half a century that
says wh women first started:! hav-
styles In men's haircuts have "! a % M ing their hair cut in the "boy- lat top.

changed just as mucu over ish bob." They would often Especially popular,with col- LONG HAIR of the

the 'years as the foibles of: rug ; ; A rr' start crying right in the mid- : .. lege men now is the short- hone and baggy era Is FIRST STEP toward TOD AI"S POPULARcrew

lemlnine hair dos. ale of the job. and express short flat top which calls for in today's short hair styleis cut I is modelled by
illustrated above an
\ And Mr. Sparks should sear that they were going against ...-:." ,. ,all hair to be clipped clean old'photogl'Ziph of the illustrated by this un. Stanley Thomas who

know. He started bartering the teachings of the 'from the sides and high up in identified soldier o f \'Iewsith approval the
tinder a Chinaberry tree in Bible. Sparks would then con- the back to the crown of the late Frank Hoover' of the World War I. This so- 'cool, neat result of his

the backyard of Tils boyhood; sole them, and always Kept a head. Another streak is clipped famed Boonr, Bros. photography called "lotig pompadour"was short-short flat-top. Favored -

home in rural Alachua County copy of the Scriptures handy a. to. ,the_ scalp on top to get ,studloSuch longhair a compromise be- by high school and

at ,the, tender age of 14. His so he could convince them the flat effect with about: an is now seldom seen tween and shortclipped college athletes, this style
Iyate -
meagre equipment consisted of they were not committing a inch left standing in front. except on rock'-and-roll" calls for clippers all .

hand clippers and a pair of :Y 1.x sin in scarifying their locks. Another variation not popular and, the- high around the around the.sides and high.
big city
singers and combed
top straight in
shears from Sears Roebuck, In 1930 Mr. Sparks movedto \ in the South but frequenty up
set. back.
'!But that was enough to get < : Palatka which like all US ': seen in the northern cities leather-Jacket ,J .

the, Job done." and friends n. '____. 'communities was hard-hit by ,/ !is the Chicago Box-flat on

and neighbors came from miles DURING HALF A CENTURY of barbering, Ed Sparks Ahe big depression. He recalls Lop with long hair: on the changes,in bartering customs

around for a Saturday trim- /that one week during his stay ides terminating in a duck besides the change from longto
cheerfully changed techniques to
keep up chang-
ming. there he took in only $8 and ';:".....:. tail at the back. short hair Mr. Sparks ob
taste In men's .., i
lag haircuts. Here he puts finishing toucheson ,
The veteran Starke barber ; had to pay $6 of that for room Sparks says that sho t hair- serves. .One of these is ;he decline -
has seen men's haircuts "get a "short-short flat-top" for Stanley Thomas member of and board. In 1936-25 years a ; ; \. tub used to be enjoyed onlyin ;
the BAS Tornado football of Saturday
shorter and shorter" \over the squad. Stanley is also modeling a ago this month-he moved to t the summer as a beat-the-

years, until today the crew bleached streak in front-an extra feature" that teenagers Starke and has plied his trade heat precaution-but now they iron "the big day of the week"to .

cut [or flattop] is not only sometimes add to their flat-tops. :;ere ever since. 1 i I STRANGE SHAPES are worn by their advocatesthe "just'another day: Changein

the most popular style with year around. work hours and 'shopping
Trick haircuts such as the sometimes durIng -
I I emerge
the ''youngsters but is gaining slid!: cabinet maker at Graham.f when he set up a one-man I On the subject of jokes
occasionally seen "Mohawk" of the,course of cuttinga habits account for this he
more and more converts built Mr. Sparks' first tilting shop in Archer. During the I about talky barbers Mr.
i After middle
among men,of all ages. barber'chair. He then set up 1925 "boom" he added another i today are nothing new Mr. furrow flat.top.has been clipped Sparks says it's a matter of thinks. o Yth s.t

"They like'the crew cut because fhop in a corner of the old C. chair and trained his brother I i Sparks recalls. When Le first out however, sides are applied psychology and the Another big change :i the j ""a,,,. ,. 'f

it' fits, in with our B. Roberts Store at Graham, in the trade. There was no I started barbering it was popular brought down level rough experienced barber knows decline of the barber Shop TheUltimate

streamlined age" Sparks de- about 1915. After working all more on-the-job training after! for the young sports out edges are "worked oat" when his.customer wants conversation shave a luxury now enjoyed S4r. a '

dares. "It's cool and comfort week on the farm, he would 1931 however when new state I on a lark to ask for a "horse and the and when he wants' t
flat-top emergesas few
able easy to keep clean, requires barber on Saturdays getting laws provided that students i shoe cut. This style called a geometric triumphof silence. I very men most of EXTREMES of, ,

little 9r no attention 10 cents for a shave and 25 must obtain a license at a for all the hair to be fhaved tonsorial art. "That's why I always try whom do-it-yourself with a modern male haircuts .
and no messy lotions or dress- cents for a haircut. Contrast qualified barber'college.. off the top of the head in the to scan the morning paper before safety or electric razor Mr. are shown hereby

ings: Besides it's just na- this with today's scale of $1 During his stay in Archer, shape of a horse shoe"They'd my first customer comes, Sparks remembers the time two high-rank

turallymore becoming to most for shaves and up to $1.75 for Mr. Sparks doubled as a justiceof wear it to church many of our soldiers overseas in" he said."So I can be when he would 1 give as ing movie stars. Elvis

men than long hah Makes Hat tops in some shops. peace and recalls, with a like that and cause 'a' big adopted the Prussian :style of able to discuss the latest news manyas s} Presley (right)
them. -look several years younger After serving a hitch in chuckle the first marriage he snicker in the congregation," "short pompadour" or "long with him if that's- what he, 20 shaves a day. Now he's is popularit ,

," he adds. World War .I. Sparks parted ever performed."A Sparks added with a chuckle. pompadour," Mr. Sparks says. wants. lucky to have' four or five teen-agers, but few

''Tom, Stewart, a carpenter barbering: on a full-time basis big husky railroad man Other styles of those early The short pompadour was There have been other shave customers a week. of them favor his

I f .. floppy hairdo. Yul

restful hours. or four inches long. Trim the pagation.. tervaUOn- farm plan. REGISTER FICTITIOUS .NAME I : Brynner ( left )

Let'sGardwg Go To justify long-thought sessions cuttings, leaving the upper Should .any of your propagation i ', the Notice undersigned Is Hereby' desiring Given to that engage shows the ultimate

.construct simple two or.three leaves intact. plans materialize; you'll J. B.'White[ used:the District I in business under the ficti- in shortness having

I ground, bed underneath the Next insert the cutting into need a quantity of compost Iota mower -to'mow down the tious STATION name," at of 252-TMANN'S: -West-Madison SHEli, his, hair clipped all

free near:thehammoek.: Make 'the rooting medium. After when the new plants are add- I .weeds in,a field,he ,was preparing Street in the City of Starke. over.

the, bed f.by 'l laying curbing ''to flooding in, cover the.' case ed ,to the garden. To nave a to put in* permanent. Florida said name; intends with the to ''register Clerk of the the $,

hold the rooting medium and with glass, cheesecloth or supply) on.hand. when it Is Our Soil ,* Our Strength pasture. Circuit Court of. 'Bradford i
1 County, Florida. ...
f By Uerve7.Sharpe to support,the-bed,cover. clear_plastic.Keep the cuttings needed-,,"begin, 'a compost, ..pile. Soil 'Conservation Red Emanuel. also,used thCjDi&raV .-r -a.IOUI3- A., ICANN ,, ij, r- 't .._
Florida Agriculturalxt Leafy cuttings artTjbest clamp ,with daily, .mis-like now.. >qton6wer\6n' hispastures : ''I-.U'ft Ss'is I Florida Defendant. tween the legal heWn'of sale
suited lor. this, downtoearthbed N-E-W-S' "and] 'to get rid of the I' Notice Of Sheriffs Sale namely eleven. o'clock In the
ast* Service sprays on' the leaves. Here's some tips in composting The Ceaaty'Juae's I Notice la hereby given that forenoon and two o'clock Irt the
:: To the project try provided by University of By BUI Haas grass, and weeds around his Ami For Bradford Court Covaty Im,.',I. P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of afternoon, at twelve o'clock on
vary houses.PENTECOSTAL Bradford Florida, said day at the South door of
11Gifli't1ittle chicken Florida. Im Profcat un-
i If the summer.heat drives : : >: more effort leafbud you can construct a raised ment Station workers. They Complete, soil and water HOLt31iESSCHURCH .Dec 8ecL i Execution, heretofore issued out County. Florida I will offer for
you to the shade take advantage shield of the stem with a. dQr- i Notice Of Filing Petition For of Small Claims Court, Bradford sale and sell to the highest bid-
+ of this, physical respite i propagatmgVcase.' This will 'aiant bud and a single leaf say that you can compost almost conservation farm plans .were I Final Discharge S County in the above styled der for cash, in hand, the above
take the' out, of rooting material including Clyde .' Notice. 1 I cause I have levied the described property of said defendant -
i future garden .stoop any plant delivered to Cone, .A. Sunday; School, 10 a. m.; is hereby 'given' that I upon
jjy planning attached is all that's l1eeded.I I have 'filed my'final'returns as T following property to-wit: ; to satisty said e ecu-
chores. plants and elevate the job Crotons bougainvilleas hibiscus -I' leaves grass weeds L.Batten, and.L.,W.. Battenu Morninj" Worship 11 a. m., adminstrator of the Estate of One (1) 1953 Chevrolet 4 door tion.
f from a,back-breaking task to garden refuse and J kitchen Evangelistic services 1 : 7:30: Fred Guy Jones,Deceased that f,Mode> No. A53A Motor No. LAA P. D. REDDISH ,
Most gardeners do their best loaf 'hobby. and thundergia grand- One of the ideas behind .J p. I have filed my petition for dis, 10492J8. Tag No. 45E-13. Sheriff Bradford CountyBy
a near ing waste.
''I reclining in lora can be started by leaf- m. tribution and final 'discharge, I As the property of the above Jean Wainwright, D. S-
planning while a farm plan isto tie the plans
How'' To Start ,, 'and that | named defendant, and that
Make the compost pile a "Come, let us reason t'o- on August 19(1, I ; on 71,13 it 8-3
hammock. If your'conscience bud cuttings. ', of the landowner in with the 'will apply to the Honorable 1'-
Construct the at least "
case convenient size-about 10 feet gether." .
A. Yawn
forces you to think' then con- Only a leaf is needed'" to soil capabilities of the different I, Theron ? County Judge I '
eight inches deep. Fill with and three to five feet off Bradford. County, Florida,
the :'of plant from quare:; of soil he has his for approval of said final lOne Quart or GallonFREE
sider topic propo- five inches of rooting medium, loot another plant high. types on la Tie CeBBtr Jad=e'a' Court and. for an order of distribution returns -

.a. on. It'll give you Jna.nJNOW leaving. headroom,for, leafy African violets, achimenes.or farm. This way a long 'range Of, Bradford CeaBty, Florida and ,for final discharge --
> In building the pile,' leave IB Probate
tips of the cutting of grafts. gloxinia. soil and water conservation In Re: Estate: of Arthur Wal- as administrator of the : Of Extra Cost
Estate of Fred Guy Jones De
the top flat or with a slight
can be developed for ter Swanbom Deceased.
Booting*media are plentiful- Tips On Watering program ceased. !
depression to catch the rain. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll This 12th of 1SS1.S With Each
day July
his farm. The'over all nation
Sand is'ihe most :common.. If watering becomes too biga persons having claim or ( ) Charles M.ScbmtitAdministrator !
lEUHOMES Other materials include vermiculite chore, then add a set' of Moisture aids in decom- al soil and water resources are Arthur demands againet Swanbom-the estate, deceased of- One You Buy.
position. 7-13 4t 'i-S
:.peat moss, peanut fine mist spray nozzles abovehe improved as conservationfarm are hereby notified and
Trices ?
hulls and { propagating bed. For de- Start With Leaves plans are applied) on required to file their claims in I Start at $2 qjt. -X5.98 Gal.MARY
; : saw-
pecan tulls:\ the office of the County Judge saan'Clalras Court Bradford
Jails 'on installing the spray Begin the compost with a each individual farm. Con- of.Bradford County Florida in ,County, Florida
dust.For agent 12-inch layer of leaves., grass gressman Whitten said "since the County Court House at No. 8-558 CARTER PAINT STORE
the nozzles ask county
plant rooting project your Starke, Florida, within eight L. B. Alvarez d-b-a Alvarez
.select softwood tips three Circular. 127A "Mist Pro., or other material Wet this three-fourths of our land area calendar months from the date Service Station. Starke, Florida, 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR
thoroughly and pack. To save is in private ownership and 60 of the first publication of Plaintiff, vs. Ovid G. Lewis 680 67588.
notice or the same will become West Madison Street, Starke
your energy let the small fry percent in farms and ranches, void according to law. This July the 7 day of August 1961, be-
of the neighborhood make a it follows that our farmers 1. 15 11. -

game of flattening the pile. and ranchers are the principal 1911.First publication: July 6. ,

Next spread a layer of managers of the Nation's soil Dorothy Agnes.SwanhoniE seat .. .

manure, or green leguminous and water resources for all the ,i Administratrix of Arthur Walter Swanbom 0

plant material Top this with people. How our farmers and !1 deceased. :
GOOD HoUls V. Knight
.1 one quart of superphosphateper ranchers manage the lands I' Starke'Florida .

100 square feet of compost under their stewardship for | Attorney for Admtnistratri*"
12 YEAR Compost material will beginto the benefit of us all deter- j 7-* .!t *"**1

NEWS : i<' go through a heat in two or mines whether we shall have .NOTICE OF INTEXTIOS1 TO ,

v three days.If soil conservation or soil ero- r
-\ I .. .
"\ "'., showers are not, spaced ::.ion whether we shall have' ,.

Financing for boating' fans. light supply the pile of future the right quality and quantityof r t. CfiECKS'I'I[

Program plant food. with water and do water or poor water and WilliAMS.JEWELRY I '
I not enough of it. not only for
not allow the material to dry
I too _
II I I \..ut.I agriculture but for cities and ., -

No Down t' I I I After three or four weeks, industry..' "Foll \v l h s

fork over the pile mixing! the Soil and capability maps WATCHES-DIAMONDS f f

dry top material! with the bottom were, ''received for Vernon .
moist material. This will Crosby, Delbert Green Clifford I : ,
insure uniformly decomposed All Work Guaranteed I, p.
NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. H. Callahan H. R.Schleppi ; '1.
t compost. In another three or Lucian Conner Arthur A. C. William I l t kii

Jour weeks of warm weatherthe Gaskins. and George Al- 142 W. Can! St. ,
US Show compost will be ready for
is now your authorized dealer for I use. tarez.the These basis maps for developing will be usedas a i Starke., -Fla.

I For a professional-type com- complete soil and water con-I ) .:. '
ou EM1NRUDEOUTBOARD post unit pour a 10 :xlO concrete !- .
i slab and construct 4-foot I

Many, New : tinder block walls on three AMBULAPCE.SERVICE] !I .

MOTORS sides of the slab. Besides hid- PHONE 964-2600 1 .
N .5.
And Beautiful : ing an unsightly pile of de- i ,
;.", ..
have been caying matter the unit will DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home *j'
We are proud to .
Chech be safely maited.Thus they speed yOur :
Evu rude prevent rains from DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Director can ,
2 and 314. Homes selected to represent, leaching ; Registered I .
'j '
;I t -the first name in outboard away vital plant food elements Starke, Ifk. :*" r moasy where yea want & to go, and they *fo8ovthrough" / .Pj _>.T' '- 7;Bs: ,\

Call on us aDd eetoday' during the composting process. I! .
motors. cancelled 3
TODAYVisit .' RENTAL SERVICES "' by refunwig to you, ,as receipts. .; 4 ;:. ?
: o 'i': *top-peHbraaaee I Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs: CrutthesGLASS' :
la Tie :. < ., ;>' ,-" '"
5, \>, -nv>-....from 3 to 75 bpu C9mm.tr iniffm Cart ) I t ; K;: "" .
I, lJ ::'. T'unepaymenavailable. t* ''Of Bratfer Duty, Florida I \ COME= IN M& OPEN YOU2 TIM-AND-TRQUBIE-- > U ,
la :
tri : '
Our ,
Display ,- ;;:
f ll } l Get our Re: Estate of Henry I i SAVING GUGOm ACCOUNt SOOJI r I II iI

And Compare Prices tjjdcia offer oo Kara deceased.NOTICE TO .CREDITORS O'-j That 8 Our' Business"If I ";. .-, '. : ,'. I

your old demands All persona having claims or I _. Its Glass: We Have It" i I
against the estate of
I .
1 ,? IDtXOr Md Henry O'Hara deceased, are i CALL WRITE or VISIT P'' .
hereby notified and required to I .
their claims in the office of I !
file .
County Judge, of Bradford: '
: :IEfll f Court County.House Florida at,,,Starke' in the Florida County:., f SHEA'S GLASS CO. ;

within eight calendar months I 'FCO-RI'D
i -- North Florida from the date ot the first publication I ((NOT INC.)
of this notice, or the 1 "Fgrme li JoZ .Peters Glass Co"
.4 same will become Told according .
Supply Co. to law. This July 15. It&l FOR) AJft 'GLASS NEED : '.- .', q -
LaRueCorp '
First Publication July 20, : -Ii NiX'It' r' ;
mi. We Design: .Modern Store Fronts R A 5 1 r! YRtKfB' :
L tag. Phone 964-2113 (S) Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara - -- -' ''', '",- ,> >J _' !:.. .__, _.._, __" ,
Just Mail) A Pattern For t."
Administratrix of the Estate Vs:
..4iOV.. Ma4bofl St. F *X 9f 29 BAWtt 99 TMt F19&9A
/ 412 E. Call St. ot HolUs Henry V. Knight O'Hara. deceased. -" Table Tops \tlMALcaou.BS&UR FCOUUL OU01n UtSUIUttCE ccar

t Phone 964-8641 Starke.Attorney Florida for Administratrix 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353 '.

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4 barbecue facilities will beavailable 'New PoliCeman'Added Friday in time to meet their YYY' I
southwest of
." bedded themselves down on Green Lake,
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; new grandchild who arrived I the front lawn.Weldon Brant- Grandin. ,
To Force
The affaifwill be held )at about thesame time. The Pre- i
: 4" of ; .?y asked what they wanted Mrs. B. J. Alderman and
the public"beach\tm MelroSe Of KeystoneReorgankaticn Vosts will -visit with Mrs- Pre: and told them to move on. Jimmy Rye of t Grandin were

...,.u ;f".I.JJ1.JIJ ;X,. ferr .. .t. Bay:--at f the foot of Quail J ,; vqst's? mother,.,Mrs. Etta K. By J They said they were. afraid cf business visitors in Jacksonville -
Street u or the, Key- Menge, in Melrose and with the dark!
. \ L 4. 4.4 .4. ..4..4...&.. ...JI All Bay 'Scoots>ar*: advised their ..&.&& j
son and family Mr; and
stone Heights police depart- I Mr. and Mrs.B. J. Aldermanhad I Mrs. Elbert Barber of Flora-
+. .'Codseyfe Interested ursports to bring:'their uniforms as veil ment, with the addition of'J: Mrs. Thomas A. Prevost Jr. Mrs. as Sunday guests- Mrs.Alderman's home was stricken with a

I ''liavteff flayed'sbitball, basket- as their baling satts. A,matter another full-time officer has i I of Keystone Heights-and, of j,! | : cousins. Misses Ina heart attack while shopping atSetzer's

-1L tauanid volleyball in high (if awards will be, given, been announced by Mayor M. i, course the,new 'granddaugh- nome ; snd Ressie Rogers of Tulsa in Palatka. She is

i; S school1 and college. She alsol&wr but the outstanding award..willbe t. Beasley. ter Angela Lynne'Prevost as with Okla. : I now in Putnam Memorial

to: sdim. bowl and play 'ttiat of Eagle Scout given The new patrolman is Morris well '&.S' their other grand- ;lee I James I. Sikes Jr. of.Augus- Hospital at Palatka.

t- !. Other hobbies include Co John Allen of Hillcrest, son Ross 60-year-old veteran daughter.' : City I : ta, Ga. arrived Saturday !I Mr. and Mrs. Weldon rant-
:. of Mrs. Lena Clemens. John of the Jacksonville Police Department Nice to se Frank and Eunice
Singing painting and hand- Rot j 1, morning for a visit with his i ley were business visitors ..1.n
will Be a member of the Sophomore : and the Duva! County ''Walrath! ''and'daugbter Mira in I j i
uaffc grandparents. Mr.and Mrs. H.j Lundy: last Friday. afternoon.Mrs. .
Class at Keystone Sheriffs department. back in Keystone'Heights after Mr. B.: Sikes of Grandin. >I of
; Irene
Miss Pastor is looking forward 'I .
School this fall and he is the
Casper Brune the other :bemg away for -while.. Somehow Mr.
\ \ Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Roberts !
: her Mrs.
to meeting the people in I I Ocala, and sister
first boy from, Troop 109 to full-time policeman. and Rosh :,; names-Walrath and I and !
; of: Jacksonville and George's of' Putnam
4rxi Keystone Heights and is.expecting I I Annie Cappers,
an interesting school make Eagle rating. will be under' direct supervision ,Keystone Heights are yn-,{{ Beach Lake encountered a bear! Hall, attended services at

New Arrival .of the mayor B.easley oIlimbuand Wairaths con ;i north of Coral farms while on Church last Sunday
year. Mr. and Mrs.,Lex Baker are :oaid. The'department also/ hasa shouldn't live:-any place. 'else.I all of their way to attend church I paran when
j remembering
Faculty Line-Up Complete morning
happy birth
over the of their .
"puttime.officer, Ray ButchJimmy and PattyMaguire and !
services at the Florahome '.
Principal H.' Ai Sprow is second child a boy.. born 'on Chance, who heads the Clay ,who have been guests!'and 'I Methodist Church recently I hey attended Paran as Birls.

happy to annpunce that his WeaneM y. July 19; in Ala- County Civil Defense unit. oftth'eir aunt and uncle, Mr. Colo. ;I The Misses Iltne ami Linda
i '_ 'I 1 ,II Friends wiU. regret to learn ; Florahome has
Strickland of
Keystone School faculty is chua General Hospital. The j
Ross and his wife hate\ been and Mrs. Ed Conneen for the' Melrose I
now complete with the hiring has been named I j that Mrs. Margaret Stuart is! weekend guest of Miss Madia
.youn man summer residents Keystonefor past, six weeks, flew back to Mrs. ;
of Mrs: Matte Hills, a home Patrick Alexis. I II | not feeling ,as well as she! Griffin of Melrose
\ many :years and will, now their home in Baltimore on I i : .
economics teacher from Ten i CIvU Air Patrol CadetsTo make' it their permanent July 19.Mrsand.-< should. 1 *_ I I.
nessee. We hope to have 'an Attend EncampmentThis home. Mr. and Mrs. William Me-1: :
Mrs. Donald :Mor- home ; THE TREND Ig TO CHIROPRACTIC -
additional write-up on Mrs. the Civil Air Grath aid daughter, Judy
year Also in the ,
included SO
I reorganization gan .mttwcJ sons have moved mother SEE YOUR
Hills next week. This week we Patrol Cadets will attend encampment are vacationing at Flagler
.. ; AND
was a change of .nto their:new home: which [ Mr. CHfROPRACTOR FIRST
I i have given 'few pertinent at''Hom stead Air '' Beach. j '
: work. schedules,department theq purchased 'from'Mrs.'Jes-.i and i I!SAVE (6tp-8/10))
Miss Jane'Pastor' facts: ''about Miss bane Pastor' Force Base, where they will be I I I personnel Mayor Beasley said. ie.Herzog on Lakeview Drive.'i Me Mr. and Mrs. John Grant!
Ihe future Mrs:'Godsey. IA tweep the guests of the Air Force,, I I !
Member '()f' An increase in the numberof -a.nd'1frs.: Gather Queen ing have returned to Grandin;- I
it was Miss Gertrude for .13 days. Attending en- after spending last weekend'I r rI
summer visitors and step-
To Wed\July SI aMiss and two daughters of Orlando ents |i S
House1, and next weekv we campment. this year will be ped-up traffic through' 'the pent the weekend in Keystone! jnson. with Mrs. Grant's brother and MINI .. putT

Jane Pastor, daughter nope to:'foeiis our- trlte-up on Cadet 1st Lt. Michael W: Fos' town were given as the; primary Heights with Mrs. Queen's Mrs. I .:.iister-in-law Mr.. and Mrs. K. ,

... of Mrt and "Mrs. Harvey P: the other new teacher*: ter,-who 'will be soingfor the 'reason for the addition ents Mr. and Mrs. Ed par-I plane D. Mayo in Orlandp.

Rockowiof: Gulfpprti Fla. win,' Mr:'Sprcrjr 5 istanxious:'f or'an'Sth. I fourth year; Cadet 2nd Lt. of another policeman. Cmdr. and Mrs. Ray-Hearst to I Mrs. Henry Avery and children CARPE.T GOLF
be united in marriage with 10th.;'and-llth grade1;children 'George Leath, and Cadet 2nd We've"had more.visitors this and son-in-law 'and daughter, mother of Pittsburgh. Pa. end

Frank Waktman Godsey Utbf to'come to the'school' -any' Lt: Fred Hayes who will both summer tHan ever before" Mr. and,Mrs..Ed OTJonnahue, Mr. : Zane Ballard son of Mr.-; and Lawrence Boulevard

St. Petersburg. on Monday,! afternoon; to complete their i be attending for the second Mayor Beasley said. all of Jacksonville- were here cf Mrs. William Ballard of'Montgomery -f ,' V ,'M.X
July 31.Miss 1 teglstralibn if they have not, year; and Cadet Master Sgt. Keystone Heights
1 last weekend; visiting Mr. and parents Ala. are visiting Mr.
Pastor will teach 'in: done's David; Sphaeffer, Cadet Sgt. i '
s Mrs."Ed Bleha.'The Hearstsire Mann. and Mrs. O.: G Haluerson at OPEN
the Keystone Heights School:I Scout Awards Night. .. Larry Carnes'Cadet Sgt.WardBessette refreshments: former Keystoners. Mrs. ; their home in Florahome. NOW. ,

this fall. She received her degree "Boy Scout Troop 109 trt M 1- '' and Cadet Sgt. Har- .* Dandy '
4 Daughter For Pmosts Mr. and Mrs.-Tommy.Hearst Doris Price of- Plorahomehas .
in education at the University -, rose. '-with Dick- %ld Snellen. all of whom will ; ., 0.. _
Logsdn as ,The second child of Mr. and were in Keystone Heights for are : returned from Charleston '
of Florida in June.; : Scoutmaster will hold ':.a.n &e attending for the first time Mrs. Thomas Prevost, a several days last week, as and ; S. C., where she visited\ her WEEK DAYS,
After August 7 she and her this year. ,
I Awards Night on Saturday, daughter = arrived Friday guests at White Feather Court: Mr. -;ousln, Doris Nail I'
husband will home 3 In order-to attend the eneampment -, 10 A. ]L. N.oOn.
Oti .
a .
occupy July 29!
Festivities; including, evening; July 21, at 8:15: at They spent their time visiting Mrs. Belisario is well enough
on East Lakeview* Drive In a 'eovered-Us J supper swim' Mass: the Cadets had to Bradford bounty Hospital.;; old-friends.'The Hearsts are night that she can take a few steps. 3:00 6:00 P. M.
Keystone, ming. and boating', will begin tests covering material Angela Lynne and her mother, from Washington. C. Mrs. his without an aid of crutches. 10:00'
which was in'classes P. M.
'gty n by : 7:30: -
at 5 ;
Naturalleveryone In the p. m. and the program the former
'Peggy Gaboardi
list, Hearst will be remembered as R. T. Seigler Grandin is
community is Interested in i will start. at.".::30-() For those,i.$ CAP Lt Leader.John Hammond.Major Bert C. are doing fine, and expect to the former( ,, Bobbin' Welc1'et Mr.. visiting in the h6me'of his, SUNDAYS

knowing something aboujtoenew ......... "- 'who would like, to do. their j 'Christoffers. Jr., who' was be at hme by the time this is Tommy and Bobby had also ard son, Robert Seigler..in Palatka .
!In print.Picnic were 3:00 6:00 P. Mt
teachers. The future oven visiting their parents in while under medical observa- -
Mrs. cooking> &t the picnic grounds,1 originally planning attend, :
.. "i. the encampment; this year has At Davies'On Jacksonville, Cmdr; and Mrs. and tion at Putnam Memorial Hos- 730 10:00: P. M.i .
Sunday August 6, the Ray Hearst and Mr.-and Mrs. ily. pital. '. '
: received orders to go on'active ooys and girls of v Mrs. '; f\\ .
the Teen- E.'C. Weichel Jr.-Both: ram:
duty in the 'AIr Force Reserve ; P. D. Mann of Florahome
WttD ': I, agers.-InstrUction Class of St. jlies used tolive, ,Keystone and his : George LaRue 4 ;}J "
brother-in-law. Steve
With the 9324 Air Recovery ,
:1' i her .jf. ; "
ic' WunanVfe '
\ Church' will'' hold' apicnic'bn'the ,'
I II Heights. .h ;"
} Sqdn. He will be acting as Joiner of St. Augustine kill PROPRIETOR
: r .Qb I communications and electroniCs : beach ofj the :! krs. E. A. Rushton left by ert.Mrs. ed a five-foot' rattlesnake
William Davit home Lake '
., officer and' will be basedat Geneva. on plane Sunday,for a visifwith & while on a** fishing' trip-- to
There will
t '_--_- i : Gainesville' Airport. be swim-: her parents Mr. and.Mrs./: W. Rico to a -
v .. rnihfc boating; skiing.'a+nd fun p ,Kizer,>of Holly Hill : 'C/ ,
These cad ts will leave Keystone ; i
Tor Mrs The llestDeal
alf..Therewin also be' an For I II
u Mr. Rushton will drive.to Holly Anywhere
W Air k Park: on. .Sunday, -
adequate lunch: I The doss ; !
August 6, for Homestead via Hill Wednesday'of this.
C-119, or C-47. 'They, will.be, 'friends members may invite, their week, and the couple will return and. I H SeeRERTS' \
and the girls "
boys and :
representing Keystone, this to Keystone -Heights'Sat 1

WEST VIRGINIA 3 ear and will be looking forward -I from, the, corresponding class urday.. ,. r Mrs.
at St. Edward's in Starke are ; 'CHEVR 1 fTAD
to heading into the Wild also 1nv e4. There will .be, a Miss Marilyn Rushton of the :

The State Capitol at Charleston was built in 1932 Blue Yonder tor'13 days of &0c'charge J ,for each person 'at Atlantadaughter of Mr: and :in-law i
exterls1ve'trah the picnic. Mrs.-E.'A. Rushtoti''lef* Friday Glynn t"I: OlDSMOBILE

at a cost of $$10,000,000. is one of the newer and Now It Can Be Told Perst nails for,Juneau,' Alaska; where she :
Am: mberl of inquiries! have win ViSit 'Prank and Bobbie fliBobby AUTHORIZED DEALER
James -
Larson of
more impressive State Capitols. The dome illuminated come. Sevenu, i \
to Lion Headquarters Park Md.. Is the house guest. Wa.lr&th. and their small son.; Tison I i t .

at night, is 300 feet high which is higher asking for- the name of the Mr and Mrs.. Dan Pater.,and. former. residents of Keystone and .j Ph. 3033 Green Core Springs, Fla.
winner of the boat motor and : Heights. "-*IVT t ,
family. James ft former joyed
than that of the national ] The
Capitol trailer
building con- which was given away '
schoolmate of.Robert
sists of 33 rooms and"occupies sixteen: !;.seres. The I Ichand'eliers away on July 8.tit the, Lions the Paters' youngest son the ,was-: a. 'family reunion' at theE I Mr. "
and Junior Woman's Club '
havrnVmoved ; I Southwell home Lake '
family to Key- on
in the House and Senate....chambers, contain I Dance., That lucky individualwas stone from Severna Park. .Brooklyn Bay Circle;, All ,the Barnett NEIGHT3--MELROSE +; I''
C. R. 70 Davis
Burke. .
10,000 pieces of rock crystal each Tfie gold I Blvd.. Tampa, Fla. Kay Sunderland daughterof Southwell children and their DTI 1
Mr.'and Mrs. R. N. 'Sunder families' were on hand to en-
domed building is a beautiful sight to see. If is Liens Meet ;and. Jr:,'left on the Meteor on joy a:: big dinnerBrimming, : : .
The Keystone Lions Club DIRECTORYI !
flanked by office buildings built in 1952 and 1954. held its first busineSs meeting Wednesday, July, 19.. for. Wilmington skiing; boating; and' horse- >
; DeL, where she will oack::riding. Those who came .
They face the Kanawha River. A guided tour,service Monday evening' under the ';isit both sets of grandparents, to Keystone 'to-sPeDd this'hap- Of' .
:new officers, in the LIons' Den. *
day with Mr.and Mrs E.j
is available. Mr. and Mrs. R. NSunder- py : I
Tall-Twister Lion George was REAL ESTATE .
L. seuthwell and lf eir
: land. and Mr. and MM. T. H. daugh- I -
on the job collecting foes for i, Dunn. Kay will also visit, her ;Ler, Barbara wereV 1 three sons Brooklyn C. J. Pee
all misdemeanors { A'CpnnorREAL
keeping I
aunt. Miss Ruth Sunderland, 'and their families. Mr.. and "
close watch the ; :
on "kitty"which in Ocean City, N. J., and Ruth 'Mrs. E. L. Southwell, Jr.. and : Supply eVARTUNG REALTOR.- ;
THE KEYSTONE, STATEBANK he had on a chain. For ESTATE,
will accompany
unauthorized purchase of said her home on t three children from Hamlet. : : I PAINTS MORTGAGES AFFfi-USALS

chain the membership votedto August G. E. 18.AIR CONDITIONING',,1' N. C.,. Mr. and ..Mrs R. L. EU.; ( I Outside House Paint Keystone Heights Phone 4297 ted
: fine him. ICc.AU jokingaside 1 I ) Mildew Resistant
BROWN'S REFRIGERATION .Sou hwell and two children j
'MEMBER 'F.' j.C. the Lions have many STARKE PH. SPECIAL $195 GALLON wiiJh. H = .
; 969-1121: j and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. "
L t tI Keystone Heights Phone 2741 '
A Friendly Bank in A' Friendly Community important plans for the coming ,
I' Mr. and Mrs. George Carl Southwell,and three children I I CRAWFORD

,- ,Ke ene. ::11eIgltt 1LIG community-year which and will we benefit will the be i Alderman of Baltimore. Md.i!: and' daughter, and her fainj -: j I i l lI Odom's Hardware Reg. Reel Estate Broker
spent several las J
days ; week .
telling,you about It from time with Mr., Alderman's sister i j ily, Mr.'and Mrs. H. J. Paul : & Supp1yHARDWARE lake Properties Acreage -
iTTS to Estrellita time. Club To Meet Mrs. Cora Marshburn in Key- and daughters all of Jackson- I II E PAINT Homes Rentals!- City ,
: stone vine Cement Blocks Red '
Heights. Other guests of i Mix "We Take A Personal Interest '
The ladies of the Estrellita Mrs. MUrshtAira last week Cement
Livestock Producers! I In Your BtreiBeau"
Attention j i "JWl
Club will hold their next meet- 8-Sgt. and bars; D. E..We1Met: ,,_ Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils IDdwayr: Keystone Heights "
S frig on 'August 2 at the home and five children from Mac- :fti .- Meter Service .
have hogs or 'of Mrs. J. A. Williams, -.i'H' 'I"f'' ,. I I Melrosg ';1
If you '" on Dill Field in Tampa.'M s. Wet J.I.n, Jlelrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 '21-Ope Suadayi
Biwa7 i ,
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cattle to sell now or i in }4t ianta'Fe Lake. mer is Mrs. Marshburn's : .. OR' 32881Lawrence's fl
> Duplicate Winners ) LUMBER
the future please con daughter.. i I. r" ,

tact one of the buyers '" Last Week's Duplicate I We 1 had a card from SylviaOTnmr San Lebrydo RESTAURANT f#

at Copeland Sausage Bridge Winners 'were as fol- last week saying they ", !: I

Company and give them lows: Givens and Bryan first I were having- a grand trip. She I i Lumber Co. ? Dinete t :

an opportunity to buy i ;/ ace; Whekhel and Williams. r and her husband. C J. O'Con -.e \ We Speciaiiie in CustomCut Short Orders Sandwiches

livestock. second place; and Thornquist nor; and the children were Extra Lengths .Bottled and DreugM>i Peers \
your and Hall, third place. sightseeing In New Orleans; Materials 'Sundays Too- Closed Henrys :.

COPELAND OFFERS YOU !! Seavanrer Hunt At Few's visited; friends in Dallas, San Cement -Mortar MiX- .Kitchen O en, 11:A. M..tt f. M. '

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! [ On Wednesday evening. July .. Antonio L and' El Paso; .toured g Sheet Rock Keystone '''Heights- Fla;

:i 19. a group of Community the Petrified Forest Patoted JHfl on Byw. 21 at,MJddtebnrjr I RESTAURANT DBIVB..tN-- a

I Church Young People held a Desert and Grand Canyon; Pbone.uu ,
1. Cash market every day. I I: Scavanger Hunt with head- and. then went on >to'Califor-1 '- White T f

2. No commission., . S S I C vu!ters 1i!:thehome of Mr.and nia,.Sounds like,fun. -L JIILLWORK "A Good Place t 1)To Eat"DinnersandWicl 1n f I I
Mrs William Few East
> We couldn't help noticing
3. Special consideration given to, meat I Lakevlev'Drive.{ Assisting inS the other .evening whitexatching Eg '; Keyatone, i r !

type hogs I I the' festivities were Miss Lila a. late. that, Millwork: Shop Cold Been--Onion Raga| !
Williams director of Christian .L.: : Take Oat s
I Randolph: : Scottlooked' like I snd CABINETS DOORS OrdersCurb i
4. Can furnish hauling. for sufficient. I Education at the Community someone we knew. bothered _orsa .'.. C WINDOW FRAMES S- rvfce After| fr .JC St''

quantities., S Church. ,and Mrs.Tom Garnar.t us Uor a while but We finally eurIIwhfte Open 11 A. 3L To Mi ltp, :
: S. 'OUt' of town guests included remembered -he looked like -'*" ...' Trim JtXaterbls f Rt. 21 Between Key.tone'At :

Jean Morris of Roswell. Ga., BID ... J caJ' '. ..
CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 Reynolds <>' ,Insurance Sash Made To Order ,4 )r.dr08e..._ '
Helen Lambert of Atlanta.Ga., mane We dent. 'wish..is, embarrass Keystone Height: 11, j"
e CLAUDE PHILLIPS o THERON HUDSON Pam Edwards of Palatka. Bill -:as' a matter of WELL DRILLING : ;

0 PRESTON POLE I Charlotte Torrible of Jack- fact., we irtsn, to :.cot limetitrim. PACKAGE STOREShallg's : //I 1

,Dianne ?McGfr ..otNewcU : Yes, Mr i Scott to(: a bit WElL DRnxL\Q' ; ,
a : : *;
I IG" 6. Pa., Conni* &ad older thin Mr. Reynolds., but Pig

i Patty" 8aoe of Bsnea Vista., when that picture Was made, SERVICEMATHEWS I {

pe1an4USAiMI'd1v'1" Vsv. d.Ki.fiij.w. Ann Pick. he Ds 't. PACKAGE STORE !t I. t '!J
OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. IT. DAILY ,
', .I- ,I eel ft ,tnarot FpiRecteaAitori :j Mr, andrMis.. Thoaas A.Prevost. ., CLOSED SUNDAYS Wel ll DrilaIE9 ... ..
""' KnoR e Ji .n a 4bme 'end three children of ,_"_
SA ; Weft enjoyed, IS' we1t :i ollea.Ds, ,La..,arrived last Keystone Mefroee i Highway .OS E: GRiS-51o1... ,11-;

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'!1RST BAPTIST CHURCH ST... ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30: I] Mrs. Rachael Green and Mr. 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYTTYYTYTTTTTTYYYYYYYlmm YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE recently visited relatives in C. Trey: snt crdi* sightseeing ..'.

: 'K2STOYJ HEIGHTS., ,. CHURCH KEYSTONE p. m.- and Mrs. Dick1 Rat emn.T. \ '. North Alabama' and were .- ,.*.,a:.. -Io".oul1btth-! ,-..-. .
The Berr -MiHard' H-Bre1- imrliy-tlrls-week. HSIFTBN: : LEVEL ]bined"there W their"sonT r, ;n Tennessee.. .
RalphceP Sundays-9:30: a. .m. Church fogle, Vicar. M. L Blaloclz and son,,Edwin .. .James from Myrtle Beach; S.it. J f i ""- -Vf **f* )r T % ""1' : "

nd'land. Minister of Music School. 9:30: a. m. Morning of Madison visited Mr. By Mrs. D. E. HiUiAAAAAAAA'AAAVAVAAAlAAA **By* Eua BlancliartJA. By Mrs..J. E. McRae <; i ,. ,'... f'b". .. '..I.r..E'. '"" ,.t1.
church organist. Prayer and Sermon 1st Sunday and M1s....t.iE{ )Bfehton J Jr. ,-
Services: Sunday School 9:45: Holy Communion., 6 'p. COMJfUNITY CHURCH and family" Saturday,. .,.u..a..a.. li .&.i{.., LAAAAAAAALAIAAAAAAAAAABishop ." ; !
ft. f : ;
Morning Worship 10:50: n. Episcopal Young Church- Miss Shirley Green visited'' ASr I Myrick of l.ak.ehurst.1
-. In. I an4.1iUiam..Pra1\ pleasant occasion was the I .
m. Evening Training Union. 7:00: p. men.Holy A. (7. Uolt, Afinkter Mr/ and Mrs. Don Cornwell'' for :and thrgj. 1it14reD: oved!|, family:dinner at the hens :ol: N. J.. and Mrs. Alice Crosby iI i
services 8:00: p. Days 7:30 a.th. Holy J Airs J. L. Hetherinffton and family Thursday ,afer-{ iajsf house and I Sf Rtverytew' were among the :
rtr, You week(,|into.the, onNavarre Mr. Mrs. H. T. .Bennett PRIVAtE ENTERPRISE'the
are Invited to share Communion.
family Organist< and. Choir Director.t .! noon. Aver .t ,next ,door ,to;[ ririoring Mrs. 'Bennett's.father: visitors at Pine Level Church:
Prayer time with us. Third Wednesday Parish Sunday School, 8:45: a. m- Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Perry ;,
I Mrs. J. H. Saxon. They are?i\ on his 85th birthday.:: A' highlight -i last Sunday. I
II j Morning Worship, 10 a, m. I ITRUt'1TY of Gainesville were Sunday I: from Covington Va. : of the dinner'Was the Vacation Bible School will ;

y ,j I t guests of Mr. and Mrs- M. 0. Air. 8.n-3'Mr' Jolla ti. T1: g-1[ birthday cake complete with start July 31 and.run through' / Principle/ Which Made Our
Han 1L. I penot '' into .| : August 4..
Miami( moved. the an 85 formed by candles which
CHURCH MELROSE i 1 Marcia and Jayne; Green of i C.'L. May house near the west jl'II j Mr.* ompson blew bit. 'Mrs.I p 1 Dr. W. E.; Hall spent several Country Great!

Sunday10 a. m. Church) Jacksonviljeare .visiting their i city, limits'"oh Sunday, .July |I Bennett was assisted by her days last week in. Dublin.Ga. '

GULF School. 11:45 a. m. Morning" grandparents l, 'Mr. and Mrs. 16- Mr. Thlgpen is'a' native: of misters, Mrs.Dan Starling,, I .. Vistting.Mr. and Mrs. Harry GAS
Dave Oreen this week. Lewis ,is, Lewis' sister,
Prayer and Sermon First: this area, but said it had beenaearly Txlrs. A. OiPearce, and others.. i Mrs.
Sunday Holy Communion 8 Mrs.Clara Mae Bishop and (35 years since ,he was' All of the"'children and their i Mrs. Alice Crosby, of River-

i,|:p. m. Episcopal Young Church- son, Ray,of Mobile Ala. are! Jast here.Mr I:, families were there except:? Mrs.. view.. Think
H i: Acting; Mr: and Mrs. T. W. ,,aTid.Mrs.'EHis; ;. .. Campbellof : W. J. Wilkinson who is confined ,! The Tri-State Fellowship SLADE GAS

r t l i unen.Holy Days10 a. m., Holy Markey.. Il' Washington. ,..D. ,C. are.the I i. ,: in Riverside. Hospital Approximately met Wednesday. and Thurs- of
iI!' d ki ..t. it .. parents of- a daughter born 75 and day at Johnstown Baptist .
Quwayi !ommunion. 1 t I relatives: I I
:: The Rev. Millard H. Brey- Wednesday, July 12. Air, and friends called in the after Church.,
,. i fogle, Vicar. J Mrs. Clifford' Prevatt of I' noon. i I' We are happy tx>uhear that Your Business/ is' AppreciatedOLD ; ; '.
I I CLAY HILL I is out of the
Hainpton are grandparents.I Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hicks Volley Starling. .
I| FIRST METHODIST I \ Mrs: Preyatt. left thefotIowing1'riday : and their daughter, Mrs, H. A.Christehberry .1 aospital.: ;: ,
CHURCH, 3IELROSE. I By Mrs j. 'L. Strickland for Washington, D. C Si I of Tampa have i Mrs. Arrie Browning and ..
'4....... .. J -. .* *. to spend Y two weeks with' her i been' visiting Mrs. V. R. Reddish i Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown-

i ', Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Church:AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATalk l son-in-law and daughter.C. J and Mrs: Hattie Hicks : ing spent last. -, weekend at FASHIONED
i!School for all .ages, 11 a. m.- about rain-we've real L. :May and K.-B. Wat-I this week. Cedar Key.Visiting -

1 I.Morning Worship,' 6:30: p. m., ly had it. Didn't get our' mall' terson' are painting interior Mr. and Mrs. H.C._ Kelly are Mr. ana Mrs: : Will

,,'Youth Fellowship. ;!i for'four days last week I because and the outside trim at home again after spending,, ;ten. Ferguson... .. .last week were :
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I W neSdaY.- ,7:30 o. m., Bible -' a short strip of clay road near on the oki "'bank building" on heir vacation visiting pointsof Mr. Ferguson's. mother.. .', Mrs., REVIVAL

Study and. Prayer Meeting. near oar mad box was so bad I the main. street. The building, I interest in Georgia; South I,.I'I R. L.;Ferguson-. and. -his sister ; I:
1 Rev. Ted Springer, pastor. the mall 'man couldxrt get cwned by E. W. Bright of I Carolina, and North Carolina.. : Mrs..Alice" .Cilley, both cf Ten i

l 1t SAL. l through.-.We still say we need I Eustis, has been vacant for' Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore nessee. They- spent. Thursday -

Faith Presbyterian I a culvert and some sand-in some time and- is being redecorated -i spent the weekend wth :Mrs. : of last week.in St.. .Augustine.Mr. .

I I. Church, Melrose fact, more building up on this: for rental or sale Moore's brother, Fred Boyer, and Mrs. J.. W. McRae. : LAUREL BAPTIST CHURCH

Sunday services Church: short strip of John wi kinI -1,purposes. I and family in Tampa. I I .
School, 9:45 Morning .I son's road. 'Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tyson Micky and Renie Moore ,
Worship, 11 a.a.m.m.Rev. JamesR. Faye,England and fami1y1 und family df.Macclenny visit- visited their sister:and f amflyin (Turn. off SR 16 at PoaeH'sStill-Ge, 21Niles m .

Neale Jr., pastor. i are among those who ; ,cd here Sunday with Mrs. Ii aKnight .Wildwood: over the weekend. 1 OMLa".tey Road) ,

: i in,camp,this week. If_ the inI enroute to Tampa. .I: Evangelist Donald. Brandeis. I
continues l ,, it won't be veryenjoyable Charles Prevatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brandeis of Decatur' ,I.l j ,
V (..T.TTTTTTTTTTTT1TTTTTBROOKER !I for camping. I and Mrs. Clifford Prevatt I Ga. spent'Sund y with Miss r PUT IN,OUrl- GAS, .

Little Freddie Lang seemed left last Friday on a Tacation ,, Elizabeth Terry. They were on I i 1716! SO HANDY I .- 1jT STARTING

:: doom to' bad luck last week.I 1 trip to New York and. Washington -; their way home after conducting IT ct:'ES YC"J riME I

... i.First, he had. boil on his left D. C., to visit relatives a great revival at the Bap- |! AND TWAT.s- JUST I Monday July 31
I By Shirley Green : arm; then Sunday h.e. startedto < and friends.Mr. tist Church in Williston.
; pick up a ,pear and picked and Mrs. Ho and son, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Stewart,. L DANDY If 1 1I Through
lu ill .. ... up a wasp with, it, ge'tt'ihg'ituitfoa ;missionaries in Indonesia visit- Cy Tatum, and :Mr. and Mrs. \ I

Edward Wllkerson of Lake: the arm. A couple Of ing in the U. S.. were guests Leroy Swinford of Ripley IW I Ic August 14

City is spending the week with days, later he was chasing a,.during Training Union at the ; Miss. were visitors of Mr. and. r v- .

\ James M tt. .. :I stray cat and got' stung by on I Hampton Baptist Church on I' Mrs. C. W. Tatum during the o J) '

Mr. and MrsMalcolm Lewis the foot by another wasp.Seems' -I week.Mr. I I. iI'

I and family were weekend : life a pretty heavy_ and Mrs. Frank Wells of f& :
j quests of Mrs. Eva Crowl In'I' run-In for a three-year-old work in Malaya, the Philip Leesburg spent Sunda. "!with i SERVICESNIGHTLY

Ifr Largo. Mrs.Crowl returned for i boy.4 L I pines and Indonesia. They Mrs. Effie Miner.Their daughter iI i ii -a AT 7:30

\ : a .v1s1t.II I ,UdaAustlii cake out our : have spent the last Feveral Niiia, returned home with a I
I d t Ronald Register of Jacksonville : way last. Friday and got a I weeks speaking at GA'camps .them alter spending the week i,
; ti O' II : visited Mr. and Mrs.|i!mess: pf Ptas for' his wife to : gear ,Brandon. with her grandmother. Mr. :- i '.
: Call Us today !
.tan.: Our tree6.are so. foamed l. and Mrs. Bill ;
; J.. H. Sullivan and family Sat- Reid and sons I
I GUc.1095 ,i limbs ate breaking off and .
% .
urday night. were Sunday afternoon visitorsof
4.\\\i'\14 Mr. and Mrs.. James Johns 'the ground Is covered. with I I1Jears. 1STATE Mrs. Miner. And j I '. r ; SPECIAL SINGINGt
i 1ke r O.J 1t1 of visited SeemT,thai; no one FARM t t F. --
and family Tampa j I II Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Adamsof Give Your .Friendly) : y ,"
\ wants them, even when we to.
1 I Mrs. Verlie Johns several days' '
,. Charlotte 3. C.-were guestsof ". EACH
last,week. give them away.. By Mrs. O. E. Pyrofax Gas DealerA
USP 'E I ,the H. C. Kelleys this week.
Mr, Mrs. Frank Tinney Grace, JTellie.! and Little
Chance Serve
and. t To
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:tIt" and sons! of Gainesville visited; 'Freddie. Lang are all visitih?; Charles [Chuck] Moore ,is i

; O Mr.and Mrs. Earl,Green Fri- |n,Tampa.'Millie: 'V//iUdhsoh- Dally'Vacation Bible brother-in-law sister,'Mr. JACK HALLGreen
Jay night. also away this ,week visiting .1 started at Raifprd; Baptist EVANGELIST i
and Mrs. Wesley Thomas, and
relatives and friends. Your Gas Needs
1Ug.1'f" Ot.S\it&! Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall Church with a beautiful parade ,
| Ab Norman of. ..Highlandpropped children in Hendersonville. N.C. .
\., \ \\) and Patricia of Fairbanksi last Saturday afternoon. Cove Springs
pt tSoc. where he is employed for i
.. S\Oi w tiO '?J". .visited Mrs.. Amanda Lewis I a railroad iron on. his The school began for a week's 4 1
:;- toe and'has beendtalkhng' the_ .rest. ot.the. summer. I
t) : recently OWrmelS5ptPfeachihgCOME
1A \'i A Sunday afternoon. I :fission with a good -:-Tnimber '4 j
.11tot Wttha'.decided. limp.. Mrs: Mae. Wells and"' Miss,
,\. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green of the.Farm:children, enrolled.
is-ffeeling. much Enza Blanchard were in Mid- :
\ and bhtftsoi, .Jacks. ortcille1were .Eua'Carter 'We.all join extending our AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
I A% Sunday- guests' of Mr;and' bettej than she did for so long': sympathy to Rep. C.. A. Rob- dleburg Sunday afternoon '
and walk tale visiting Mrs. Ruth Barthlowand
can more
Mrs. Dave Green.Mr. Butler
of Lake
erts and family
r'Aq' and Mrs. Edgar Wi1k r-' like hrself again. ,in the loss of. their, wife and family. EVERYONE WELCOME! .1
A son of Lake City and Mrs. Rev, and.Mrs. Cecil Craw- mother .last weekend. Visiting Mrs. W.-J. Wilkison

Jack Simmons of 'Gainesville ford of Evergreen Church, and M. Sgt. and'Mrs. Hank Car 5n Riverside Hospital during r

visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Jim and Bessie,.Strickland of -ter and daughters of Columbia, the week were Mrs. H..T. Ben- 1.
IlirhlandChunclh} were.visitorxat nett, Mrs. A. C. Pearce Mrs. ,
Mott Tuesday. S. C. were guests; of Mr. and > '
the Clay ,Hil""; Church Sunday Dan Starling Mrs. Joyce ... i
Mrs. W. T. Blair and Billy }; \irs.. M.'C. Roberts last week.
night.. Seemed likt old 'Mrs. Futch, and Rev. L. T. Howe.' !
and Mrs. W. Douglas .
L. were Louis Marton entertained ti
1 AOwiStw4'dkY. .. .... .,r.owa.,._ weekend guests"of' Mr. and times to us.'inong.the.,visit- : Monday afternoon' for Mrs. Leona Edwards returned I If
ors at Highland Sunday morn- Sunday:: after spending partof YOUR .
Mrs. Schley DeLoach in :Jacksonville .n?r son Bobby, on his fth >0
: ,enjoyed a picnicat Ing was John Fish, a. cousinof Refreshments her vacation with Mr. and .
'Et.f'J'Sri F TJRc AT DIG! SAVIN55SEE t birthday anniversary. .. .
the Lsfcor. '
Mrs. Bryant Tucker and fam-
Jacksonville Beach on Sun- of cake, ice cream, and
; YOUR NEAREST!. GULF DEALER LISTED 'BELOW: Rev. Clarence Knight tellsi cold drinks were enjoyed by ily in Fernandina Beach. : .

lI l-: cay.Miss Sue McDavid is home I i i that he has a new' grand- BObby and his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green KITCHEN K

I ( 'N after; 'compsummer\ ion, born July is to his daughter Glenn: Harell is spending a and infant daughter Donna .1

\ session at Valdosta State College Jeanette:..irh*. lives: :near lew days with relatives in Jean, are now residing at the .,.:.

Valdosta Ga. Lake Geneva. Mrs. Knight,will Eastman. Ga. ,He will leave State Farm. f f '' 'r 'f. .. .
WESTSIDE GULF SERVICE spend a few days this -wee servicelm Air\ s #
% for the
Mr. and Mrs., J. R. Mott with her daughter and r family.' soon Force. See I C)2

visited Mrs. Brook Perryman Work that done bn. the
;, LEONARD VARNES in Gainesville last Sunday.Mr. la&t Saturday Friends of L. W.Pace will be Westinghouse I
HiIhland pastorium
: :
interested to know that he
ti sT l Midison- St.. Starke, Fla. and Mrs. Clyde Robin- shows up 'welL. A. few was able to return home from : Freezers and I &ik1! !
I ton of Lakeland are more days like that and the !
.. h Bradford County Hospital for [
move Air ConditionersAt i
win be ready to
I place the
weekend but had to return -

T : mto.ShP.- J. Padg Ws .i kn e. .%swell Tuesday for surgery. i \ ,.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY back at kenny and Wayne Jones North Florida '
flI f' ITARKE( again:and: she,is
I work at BIg bad. and Mike Siegler spent lastweek *
at Echocktee near Supply
/ Three of EmUy; Roston'sdilldren 7 -
I" j have yelto jaundice Orange Park.Spencer PHONE 964-2113 .
.. i, : s. < } ffUal '
-ODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOR J B. Wright and are very sick. Crews and son 412 E. Call St. i :
TOB couple of days last'
1 Varndn and 'Jo KeH, is spent a .
SINCLAIR .SERVICE week with Spencer's 'parents, Starke, Fix i,
of Highland had been divorced
.Mack's Body_ Shop Ed Prevatt's Garage '"Yon Can Be Sure. : '
STATION for some tmre, but decided to Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews._

BODY. & FENDER SERVICE RF.PAIRS. RADIATOR SERVICE Complete Auto ,StTTfce... remarry Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Parrish If.It's Westinghouse"
COLLISION New Cern Roddinr I fires i -JBatUries-AMesxarfei' I Now their two tittie'p.1s can and children and: Mrs. Forrest .
'} Matching Flushing, Crank Shaft Electric Welding with mother ,.and daddy .' .
L pJ.inttDg j be, Crosby(! of Linden were guestsof I :
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lr\- FREE ESTIMATES. .. Grinding 1 '542 Madison l$9-2dl both, and sflfl ,(Jbe.at! hone* Mr. and Mrs. O. E*. Crosby; Th ; ,

f phone 969-2405- ', -. Lawn Mower Motors+ Repaired) AUTO TIRES -. ;.This' is much better for all. Friday night. "oUest best ellei,' ........ .
Phone 964-3861, 964-6584 S't fke.st '
While in Saturday
3yN; ifpIe, Staike So. Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co. -we 'i m"et"upwIUi'CasHUs"Strickland of Mr.Lawtey and visited Mrs. J.their D. son-in-Terrell is now floe newest ;'f,.'ca. .. A/i1/ : '

AUTO SERVICE Pappy Roalstaa, Owner M4..; 'far ling first; timed law and daughter Mr. and 'THE NEW :
SSSjBssLTanner's Recapping foe C* ,&' ruw I in ages. He informed us chat Mrs. Pat Dickens Saturday. I -
ONE DAY SERVICE he,had ka&d 13 fy S: 13],t4d,, ,
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby ENGLISHBIBLE
I- Dodd's Service \& NEW TTRES AT SAVINGS. possums-in.II. SL chicken,,house t of Linden were Saturday night .
t AUTO-LITE BATTbRIL one morning not long ago,, .
guests of Rev. Crosby's brother -
ServiceGULF Auto Sales '
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Phone 964-9221 and challenged us to "beat' I '

PRODUCTS 135 N. Tempi.. :Storks' ;hat;.it you. cnr! Well WIt: :and sister-in-law, Mr. and A WORLD OF FOOD AT YOUR FINGERTIPS WITH AN
complet Automatic GENERAL REPAIRING ust mildly turn the papers j Mrs. O. E. Crosby. Rev. Crosby j l New Testament. f.
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'Ti eyons Lifetime SUPPrigS over to him tnd' won't even::
Service and RepairsFor Mufflers try to go one l better.: f j : iIar et f.1 I3 .
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AU Makes FIRESTONETires Brownlee&Chasteeh Wmtoh Parrish f .r"epits III "ill
phone 9 4.2321 Batteries, Accessories I of tAvon' Park; Kate BowenA)1I Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. ",Day and night your family literally Una bargain pricta.Today'S refn&:e .tor-.lna n '

66'"N.''rim 1 Stake 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 I cf .Jacksonville, Irene Pad. LUi1an Conner were transacting "T1 Ul It is Iii out of your refrigerator. But if, you're are double-duty food centers with,J .t f faCtt Jk&.:and Mrs. John Wilsortldrt.hedha i '; business in Jacksonville tifl "jetting along" with an out-of-date room for both fresh and frozen foods. And :

TO p ARTS : Starke 66" Service SEEDS.FEEDS, .".,$ ufe+ W. 1 Monday. They were accompanied 'riM/in g Ib-jrIM'!sory I I1ft model then'you haven't !known the real froet-free model never need defrosting!

i. "" FERTILIZERSCrate I'others from Clay?Hlll attended home by Miss Diane for tbe FslliJiie."- E eorwenience of a modem Electric Refrig. Now the best time to buy. Tiade-in

Stark Motor Bill Edwards. Prop. ldts -crates. i i D ,the funeral oi'Mrs. Brown Spence! who win be the guest t....I'"N.M- erator-Freezer TWO big appliances allowance and tome were. never better. .' .
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WE "Your Priendly a relative of these I i in ONE! So GO MODERN! See today's comply

:'l arts Co., Inc.oft BRAKE SERVICE, Farm Supply Store folks. I ; 'YouTl'shop less often-save time and n ur Electric Refrigerator.Freezer>l. (and

Wheel Balancing & Alignment I Cor.'1Oth..Cl .-. r kj Sunday School atti Mrs. Jewel Sueber and children .v $495 ". money. by,stocking up oa "speda .at home freezers, too) at your dealer'
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Starke -:GARAGE ![ dropped off five last Sunday,!, : '
obrl'\Torgnnrulge 617 ,N. Temple I WELDINC nome in Jacksonville after a
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I P.h0 '::8.964o801.. 964.4811 Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Wading' 1 The Ihterae&atfe teya tlAfened '"parents i loin and Mrs. Charley ,, )A flameless L kf- 1,*'
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.Earl's Garage Hare.Welder Wffl. Travel! 16. and the Clay lt4. Sunday THE EIGHT PODfT for the ; : ;, .'::l 'O!'RQI:1'D>-Ar. < i'OW E.W": ,..,,.h \ L' ita..r j; t. j'ht-f: !1Y'- !

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Dinkins, Philadelphia; and a. Marks. .Band nieetlzig'N; each Friday1ight. RISING ; I

j. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD. :COUNTY host of other ;relatives' and A scholarship of $100 was Ladies Circle each IT'S MUCH LATER 1 1

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J J' Mrs.[Mrs.Mamie Mamie Peterson ,and'Live Oak for a brief per-]I I High SavingsTClub School' at:Trill 7 a.leave mr for RJE'the.J I 'dent Rev.,;E.Rev.D. A.Robinson Vinson presi-vice Mrs reporter: 'Sar h Prince,. assistant I Starke. and and Mrs. Russell Mrs. bonnie Carterof I' THAN YOU THINK i : :

Peterson died od. ,Later, they settled in Or- f annual beach outing; All .
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had in Brunswick, Ga. and She was a graduate of : to enjoy. the'fun. Transportation 'I I 'Gwendolyn Marshall*,corresponding astor. Missionary Day will man Sunday. Jj The Communists have already enslaved one.thlyd: of the, : I

lire in Starke for 12 Hunerford High School, and 'I 'will be provided. I, be observed and their is being accelerated.:Strength '. : I
gears secretary; Sister Sunday starting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robin- :.1 world's people, pace
; was a member of Allen rf the Bethune-Cookman Junior .
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i Chapel A. M. E. Church :I the. Mary Arnold treasurer;' Rev. with Sunday ,School at 9:45: on of Lakeland were Monday and confidence has come to this conspiracy, you I
College She received B. .
asked to' be Monday I
ttrved as a, faithful memberof s. degree in education from after the present first .Sunday ji j! L. W. Mosley D. D>Dean, Rev.. with Miss Fannie Bell Frazier night supper guests of Mr. and I II expect increased violence around the world for the next

Stewardess Board No. 1., 'Florida A&M: Tallahassee. Herareer'included' i I i i night August for 'an interesting 1 j| J. P. Franklin' D. D. Department in charge. Morning service, Mrs. Edward Norman. They Ii few years for the Communists believe violence i is necessary: '
lin i teachers; Sister Barbara I 11 a. m. with sermon by Rev. remained overnight. world conquest. '
Survivors toward
include her hus work in both I meeting at the Reno Theatre; I for their continued gains
sand Alfred l Marks association reporter. f Walker of Gainesville. Youth Mr. anud Mrs. Jessie Ricks !: .
*ori: a daughter Leonard Miss Ida Peter-Mae. ,.and she and had Bradford a total of Counties 33 years I Ifis:Visiting: Cuffee hostess. I Mrs. R. English, church re- Hour, 3 p.. m. The Junior :and sons Mrs Myrtle Barnes 'I As has been true in past years, you will note from" (Imk'to' 1 j
; porter. Choirs from Lawtey and Mac- ana David, i the Communist will change their taches. -'hay '
Peterson son and Evelyn time that .
I ; a son, Lonnie James % .teaching. Twenty of these Mrs./ Wilimena Brooks has I I :
Peterson; one sister Mrs. Lucille years 'were spent at RJE in I' left for an extended visit with Bethel Freewill Baptist clenny.'will sing. The speaker Griffiths of Starke and Mn: I create violence, they issue threats; they start brush wars,

Butler, arxj other rela- Starke without a break. She her brother in. El Paso, Texas.i Church '''News and: Worship will be Mrs. May Lois Pittman. and Mrs. .Ervin Young and l they threaten with nuclear weapons-and then suddenly fL

Uv s.- wasa, co-ordinator elementary -J Miss Eline Pinion Is visiting I Schedule. Rev. Louis McKay, At 6 p. m. the Senior Choir of son of Hampton attended a I -you will see the smiling face of Khrushchev in every .;:.

1.1 pastor. Allen .Chapel], under directionof family reunion in Dothan, Ala. I dove of ,
Funeral services were held teachers in this school her brother and sister in Milwaukee Bethlehem Sunday newspaper, magazine and TV set, holding a j peace .
Friday, July 21, in Jeckson- ior 11 years and won: the re- /:Wis.After an extended(. School was at Antharc .Bap- MrsCorine Butler, will Sunday. On their return home i or kissing some small child-and talking of pea e.:.Donit'

ville with Rev. L. A. Sampson cpect:: of the groups. I visit, she- will return to Starketo list Church last Sunday morn singSermon by Rev." L. K. where hey went by Panama Beach j i be misled. This is all a part of his strategy to' lull you fo. I ,-
Sampson. : : they
met Mr. and Mrs.Julia ,
ing with Supt. A. C. Carter in
officiating. Burial was in Mt.. Mrs. Paul "Was a loyal faithful begin school this fall tr..JE. that enslaving will be easier. The sad part :ot J i ithis
.. vharge- The Mission Ladies Girl Scout meeting at RJE Wood of Kentucky. I j sleep so you '
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Mr. and is that leaders Washington ?
'. Circle was guest at Morning High School each Thursday, Mrs. Jessie Ricks story our I I
Jacksonville Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Church News
jttrs. M. LPanlMrs..Mildred Star Freewill Baptist Church 2 p. m. Junior Church meeting and sons were visiting in Or- I been duped by these tactics which permitted the. owth.i i I
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: Louise Dinkins (pf the ,choir, president of theWoman's of the Sunday School! and Those i
f aul, well known public sChoolaCher'tnd'w1ie"of Missionary Society, BTU Congress of Mt. Sinai i Few Club will sponsor a series parents are asked to send Gordon I
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focal businessmen, A. T. Paul favorite held at Ebenezer
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died Monday: July 17, in Bradford children and highly respectedby Church: in Starke, Rev. E. D. !. The ville. ;
8 to 9:30.: Sunday night the County Jadce' Court ,
County Hospital She was both races. Persons of her Robinson pastor. The dele- Junior Church will sponsor an Of Bradford Coumtr, Florida Mr. and :
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' \ Eliza Jane Dinkins when quite Paul of Starke; a sister Mrs. Bethel Baptist Church was SO, at Bethlehem Church. Notice Of Filing! Petition For

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