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: August 3, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03595
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rf $. a. !i4 s yixf Two CaildidatesQualify Van's Motel Sold rl Council ". I II I

( OK's Sheriff Won't Appeal 1

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For $54,000 .

1.I In Ten 1 Cent Hike r1'-$r .v !

I IN Xo Van's Motel south of Starkeon XSx Seems
I Levy Set
I U. S. 301 has beta purchasEd

City ElectionIce Louis, Mo.by Joseph for 54000.Garst of S t. In I Cab FareA !

1It The motel was sold by Van

It .. t was finally broken in .H. Anderson, the former own 10 cent hike in minimum At 41.25 Mills

: s campaigning for the upcoming er, on July 31. The Anderson: from
# 'j+ 25 to 35 cents
r City Election on September family has moved to Jacksonville caws approved Tuesday night I

, 12 when J. L. Silcox. veteraconstable have a home, by the; Starke

w 4' of District 1, qualified I upon request! of.George City Council Simpson Clerk of the Court Charles A. Darby will present to When it is considered however -

krI Wednesday as a candidate nSchool owner of Simpson's Taxi the County Commission at its meeting next Tuesday that $37,500 in tAe new

I for the Council post BudgetUnprotested Service. a 386349.63. budget. balanced without raisin the budget: is for outstanding in.

A i held by Chairman j: D. Doyle.It i Council agreed to approve overall- levy of- 41.25- mills. debt\dtiess, It .is seen hat a

, 13 expected that Doyle will the rate increase on condition :& Efforts to hold the village I tight budget. He had argued Herculean job of cutting: the

I be h candidate for re-election. ; that.Simpson draw a map of line seemed successlu1 this ,, for a larger contingency fund board had to do in order to

A' S Mayor W. T. Jackson also the< city aividing it into zones ......:" ,. ,-' week as Sheriff P. D. Reddish i for use in such emergency. absorb this carry-over and

/. qualified Wednesday as a can- to provide a basis for charging ... ,... 8-.:..a.;. : : announced that he wduid not I The other major' trimming still show a decrease in the
I.f I.t didate to succeed himself. Ru- Gets Approval higher fires for longer tides. appeal a Commission decisionto was done in' the Road & overall bUdget. Only $15,000

f -,. I mors that Councilman WaYne Simoson to submit the map Admiral Carson cut his.budget $7,250 under: Bridge Fund where around was budgeted for outstanding::

: Bradford HIgli football coach Lennard II I Douglas would be a candidatefor to council for approval at a the 62150.50 figure originally $17,000 was cut from' operating i indebtedness In the i960-61 ,
J' coach of the North-Flotida High ; 1961 mayor .proved unfoundedas True to form no one appearEd later date. requested.By expenses. Road Foreman budget. ,

I pointer! to halfback"Tombo Smith School grid squad, gives he announced Tuesday his Monday to commend TIle cab company owner Rotary SpeakerRear i law, the Sheriff could R. E. Jones has said he could Millage levies for the vary

( ; Wfao will sw action and fullbalk Sam Gardner,I i decision not to make the race. condemn,. or question the said that the present 10 cent have appealed the action! to a live within it. but Clerk Dar- idix-t funds in the new budgetare I

;:1 :.. undefeated Saturday night.Bcglster'g Councilman Ruby Johns is School:: Board's proposed $1,- hike in fares would allow him Admiral Joseph M. renew board in Tallahassee, ; by has expressed doubts. as follows: Health De I

: of team last year gained him the 'honor so far unopposed and is expected 331,590 budget for 1961-62. A to put another car into serv- Carson,, commander of :Fleet but announced instead that 1be 386349.63 total figure parianent,1.45; General Fund,

4 coaching the north in the August 5 grid classic. Smith to qualify soon' as a public hearing was held: In the ice.A Ah. Jacksonville, and commander he would accept the c t'n an that will be presented to the 8.54; Road & Bridge 5.0; FIns '

, jand. Gardner, both members of the undefeated Tornado squad, candidate for re-election. courthouse at 10 a. m as advertised motion to purchase anew of Naval Air bases in efft-ri to hold the Ur.e on .CO&!mission next Tu'&day is & Forfeiture, 3.26. 11'

t :!were. voted all-conference and all-area. O'ner posts to be filled on but the School Board city fire truck was tabled the 6th 'Naval District was t3. r'3 \ not entirely, firm since it is I Although the 18.25 mill total ,E[

Sep 12 are that of City members j and a couple of pending! a report by County guns;;. speaker at the Rotary "J can squeeze by" he said, not:. yet known what the coun- is one more than last year's !

BBS Coach Clerk.; -with incumbent Merrill newpaper reporters were the. Civil Defense Director Mrs Club Wednesday using my office is not cabled on ty will receive next year from 1725. overall county millagawii1 f I

r And Two Players Edwards deemed a certainty only ones present. C. L. Schnll, on whether or not topic< the Philippine head"i spend: a large sum of moneyin the state mosquito control remain the same due to ..i,

to bid for re-election and School Superintendent H. P. the truck could be bought at Using Jacksonville as work. Darby has budgeted a cue' mill cut by the school I

!, ; Chief of Police. Incumbent; Morgan, reviewed the budget a cheaper rate through her quarters Admiral Carson commands event of an emergency or a $20,000 [based on las; year's boat d.
Figure Big In All Star item by item for the benefitof department. lengthy investigation, 1f so, ?;nal
Game Chief Riley Sweat is critically Councilman Carl some ,,50 naval air experience], but the actual approval of the new-

ill in a local hospital and board members. There was Hurst repprted that Peter squadrons that+ are based as I'll be forced to file an appeal amount received. nd&ht be budget: is expected al the 1

, Leonard no announcements have been little discussion and the whole Pirsch] &; Sons of Cleveland far: north .of Oceana, Va., as for additional funds" mal or less. This will not board meeting Tuesday. The !

,,v 11 t coach of the Register, this year's the earl7 .choice at quarter- made in this race as yet. ',thin; ; .was over and approved Ohio was low among five bids far east as the Mediterranean, I The sheriff had previouslypoinLeu affect millage, however. Darby Commission will also sit as a
North I I
:j %HighScnool All Florida back with Jim Lof tin, also of Qualifying fees bay: d on hi i about an hour-in marked for: the new truck. Pirsch( offered and as far south as Puerto I out that extra expensein pointed out. board of equalizers at that !
. team, made no football Escambia at the other halfback five per cent of the annualsalaiy conliast to the County Com the city a Ford ruck Rico. Before taking his post tne case of a mu'der, or I. Uorgthe $20,000 figure time to hear comnlairts. U j

concessions to and Dave mission's three-full-days of with a 750 gallon 'pump for in Jacksonville on June 28, he other serious trouble could the 1961-62
, *weather this week j Rawson of ; of the office are Mayo I budget Is $5.719-62 any as to. values fixed on the I

. been 'subjecting his and team has I Pensacola High at fullback. $106.50 [based on previous struggle with' their 1D61-62. $15.634, and' allowed a $2.000 I was commander: of Naval Forces .cause hint concern with a too less than 1960-61 PTDen.1it.nrAS.Aiht- ----.v. 1 QR1_ n_t!-"t...!.-.."..'.......... ..v....n_ :I
d twf.cedaib'Workouts.' to I Ths All-Star classic will be year's fees]; Clerk $250; Chief fiscal problems. trade-In vii the city's 20'year .Ji the Philippines. ,
. played Morgan explained that all old Dodge truck.The .Ainiral After 100 Years .
It.Only concession made Saturday August 5, on ef Police $214.50; Council- Carson was introduced .
blistering heat to the Florida Field at 8:15 p. m. An men, $60.Registration. budgeted items were practically -, city would have to pay b> A. J. Thomas Jr., ,
start was a late All-Star baskeball game will the same except instructional a fourth of the purchase price who had charge of the program -

in practice sessions Tuesday also take place in the Florida books close at salaries which jumped as down payment and the remainder Arrangements for the .

::down afternoon to order to wet gym at the same time. Tickets 12. noon Tuesday Aug. 2 2, about $57.000 due to. the addition in five years at six admiral's visit here were made Non-Existent River4i
the Edwards said.Quarterback.
This for the football game will of four new teachersin : per cent interest. The city by Mike Gilhooly, an employeeof
t .was done
to prevent a rash of. j be $2 for the county and an across- will also have the : 'Jacksonville
adults and $1' for option of the NAS, who
, frhln,, splint injuries. students: Adult tickets for the Club thc board salary inciease of selling the old Dodge truck was also a guest of the club. i Still Shown On Mans
. :4'moat Tuesday Bet on a Register starting was backfield al--'. cage game will cost $1.50 and To Meet Aug. 10 $200 the a year 1961 voted Legislature.for teachersby until November would 15. The ..newtruck -
student tickets 75. cents., be delivered by

Ipensacola of three and one gridders!from Mac from ., Two. mmi. >ers'of last.season's. .The first mealing _of the Bradford teachers will be February and possibly as County ,Fair Go .to .the courthouse.. Buy .
Bradford Quarterback Club fornew1.season paid a total of $760,000 in early as December.Hurst reportedr .
, +_ty, Halfback .undefeated. football .t.? squadti8 ,,, yourself' an official! map of \
Larry ;DuprejijWVMB r: : 1961-62, as 'compared with .... I
the. ..wilt-_ie eld.at .. .. ',_ or, \ Kwsnit
I Mar.tlenny ='a.. mesas i lfbSCkf: ii om"Smith'f e $703f,06o-"iast') term .1-1..1. 1 ... Bradford-County; [prepared:vby.the
f ; 7:30 m.?. t +
p. Thursday, "Augi; 10(, Councilman Ruby Johns wros
last Board Plans ; ;Florida State Road Departments .
: ; year on the 1
locat't1'Miron. fullback in Morgan told th i, board
Sam thehigh'school,, '
fls the tjun$ area'' are .cafeteria' said t the city's insurance rates ,.. Look in the lover"
0 plays Jim members that an increase o ton I)011 11 .
Hall of Pensftcola EsC members'of Register's northsquad. President:: N. Holllday states would go up If a new fire -ight hand corner and you'll : 1
is The coach said last that meetings will be held around $700,000 in values on truck was not purchased. Mrs. Fund Drivel see a.river "flowing" out of. RWl Cr.

\ I Slow Pitch League wees that .he expect both the second. All members Thursday are of pros eachmon'h. hide"the ;961 and' tax more roll than"sa"red made our up Johns Wayne Hurst:Douglas. and are Councilman members the& northwest Santa Fe.corner* .-of LittleLake ISanta"e/ : :::-.: :

!:: To Close Season players; to see action Smith for the $8,000 the schools will
pectve members are urged to of the Fire Department Com- But don't make the mistake .81.,1' "
more on defense and Gardner lose due to a 45-55 division mittee. : o the .annual Brad-
f With Doubleheader attend the meeting next week' of trying to 'head your kickerup
ford Fair
of race track funds between .County were announced -
Ucl1se.I Assistant Police Chief Cornelius or down that river. It isn't -- AtrO Vo r1 ",
I the Schocl Board and the ; yesterday: October
I The Starke Slow Pitch Sof t- : Moore also got. a no 2 :28" -Robert there! -1
., ... County Commission which by Mcjntlre,
..ball"League win. complete its 1j'u .:" replaces: the 40-60 split which action reply when he requested president of the Bradford Present day maps, showing -- -h--- ,c..1t

(season this Thursday and '" ,\ has been in effect for several purchase of two new policecars. Cbunty'Fafr. Association. such a stream are only perpetuating TIi River
'Friday night' with double- Moore said the present a hundred-year-old
That -- -
years. Directors of the association, ; sSp u
1 'he ders. two cars have been giving a myth that started when a '
a Morgan also said the increase who met' last Friday night in -.r r
lot of trouble and that he has legislative committee fixed the
: Thursday night at 7 : ti .
o'clock : in values enabled him the [Chamber of Commerce r -.-
been forced to use the street boundaries of Bradford ;
i the Independents will play the to trim OLe mill from tae interest office, are enthusiastic Over .rs s
I superintendent's truck at created by statute 'n 1861. r
Baxballers.; and at 8:30: Natural j[ t and sinking fund reducing plans for the fair which will Little
times. Council members discussed When the solons Lad traced
, Gas will play the Professors. tae school board's total be held this year on the '
... the use of motorcyclesby the north and east boundariesof ::' 1" Santa Fa 1.
. tk levy in the new budget to Starke State Farmers Market

l': The final games Friday will i r 23 mills, as compared with 24 policemen. grounds iiistead of the former the county on government :;:p F', '..

! I pit the Lawtey Chiefs against t mills last year. City Clerk Merrill Edward location art American Legion township plats they came to 'i-:? ..,..' .
!, once again warned council the south end of Santa Fe .W ,,! J.
the Independents and the The superintendent said the property. ;. 1' ,- ,,
I j r members that this year's budget Laka: and contnued: "Thence .. .
l Baseballers against! Company __ county would get .$586,000 in Plans were discussed for northwesterly through the 1: ; t.
It.r .C. I minLnura foundation funds already overspent by raising additional funds lo- ., n
I I If center of said lake to Santaffy ,
, I f $20,257. He pointed out Wednesday : : i
If next ,
for teachers year
, ( A playoff of the top four that council cally to supplement the $5,000 River [as Santa Fe was knownon
teams will be as compared. with $518,000the in is considering to be loaned to the Cat
played next week fair association old maPs]; thence in said '
a new bond issue and .
just closed.July's "
in a single elimination tourn- l year has had requests for a new by the new_ Brad liver northwesterly to the f : ., ,
ford County DevelopmentAuttorIt.r. mouth of Olustee .
road Creek etc.
> new fire trick -
1' i
I Jaycee Winners and two new police cars. The fair directorshope Mistook Wary Line committee, probably pushed Like Alto, just east of Waldo.Instead .

" s' Record: Water weary citizens of to fncfease this fund'to Their obvious mistake, lor time ia which to completeits of rising in Little

The Starke Jayce.s announce southwest Starke at least $10,000 for use as which has never been properly job hastily concluded that Lake Santa Fe the river ac-'
I' finallysee
the following ,winnersof results of matching funds under'a program corrected on most maps the wavy line was the rise of tuallyHses flvje-pr.six miles.totne .
rod and reel outfit; given ; Hot And WetJuly give them better whereby' the State of came about in this way: On Santa Fe River. north of the lake In Dou-

, away by the club: Sam Stand- when two culverts drainage installed Florida is assisting counties to .the orglnal plat (dated 1831] Thus by legislative act the ole Run Creek, fed by the
ridge, Otter: Creek; Dave Paulk -, -,-- ,--.. -_..-.. -- --. under Orange Street. Council -- obtain and facilities for agriculture e 'They had seen a fine wavy solons decreed there was 'a absorption of -several other
--- --- was the wettest month livestock centers. With a line drawn northwesterly ,
small streams which form a
Starke; Don Hogue. Lawtey; '' Civil Defense Director Scholl of the year so far and also one Authorized Street Superintendent total of $20,000 at its disposal the lake through from'I'' exed.Santa swamp slough running west-

r.' Louis Barry Wellborn: T. c.1{t i of the hottest Julys on record 36 inch S. R. Hicks to putBove a the fair association figures i t Swamp. This line was Fe Lake has no out- ward In the Theressa area.'
I After President's Speech culvert under the .
Cha&tain, Starke. as temperatures soared a north side could make a good start toward -I ed by the artist to outline the let except for a man-made Trying to follow boundaries

ament.. the 90 mark. every day of the [Continued of On Orange where permanent buildings that'Continued western boundary of;the great I 4; tarlal dug in the last century down the channel of a. 'river
I ; Public Shows Keen InterestIn month. The ''Jacksonvillearea Pare Six] [ .On Page Six] jwamp. but the legislative between the little lake and that didn't' exist caused con

reccrded a sweltering -", .......,.... siderable' confusion to tax
99 d on Sunday. July 30. j Autos Meet "' ;''''
i. grw assessors of Bradford and
Merchants Fail-Out Shelter Plans '. '. .
;. Bradford County had an! ,. ; ;" -' it Alachua Counties in succeeding
. i t I,: ,average of"10.86 inches .of'rain: F "':;i.'ij3 > <: .. f : ; :':: "j :':. : g: 1:J : years. Finally the boundary
President recent I _. .
i Kennedy's I shelters can also be.designed :all during the month, with the j Face To Face ;i; dispute was resolved by
: Get Together I speech lo the nation has to double as laundry rooms 'three Forest Service Stations 1 legislative act in '1953 when
i sparked much local interest inprecautionary dark rooms, studios, storage ''" ;': ., .
:reporting totals as follows: A 59-year-old. Starke wo the nearest section! .arid quarter
I !defense measures or other multiple purposequarters Santa Fe, 123Q Inches; New man, Mrs. Arch Ellington, wascharged ?r section line was fixed as the
t FREE to guard against atomic the said. Plans; for :River 10 and 9.70., ti1
; Highland
with driving through the
boundary swamp
I on the % : ..
i SMOKED MULLET attack. Bradford County Civil building shelters are. contained I Clay County towers reportPam ell: wrong side of the road last ', -; -.' '" .....: .: -..... .and. until the .thread of the }
i I Defense Director Mrs. C. L. in a booklet "The j an average-of 12.21: inches during .
nraisday *
. SUPER when she failed to ,..f.- liver becomes distinct In the :'
Scholl said this week. 'Uy.,' Fallout 'Shelter" .
which I July. make 'a left turn'and collided ; <." ... area south of Graham. ,
i Since the defense-minded may be obtained from the Di- ,< "
head-on with of the Court Charted
t an bn-commg Clerk '
Legion Hall speech by the President, Mrs. rector.or at the County Clert.soffice The 'Unidentified'Is automobile. .ts. < s "': A. Darby, who lived on the :
Scholl has received numerousrequests in the courthouse. A
, According to north shore of Little Santa Fe
Friday Aug. 11 Starke Police-
for information model fatout shelter being
Identified '-' for several and who
f' man MUlard years ha.stiJhed
about fallout shelters built at Bradford : Jordan, Mrs. .
food High School -
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From 6:30 PJU. Ellington was taming .Y..r and hunted in the area
off _
supplies E te., making 2 it will be t :
necessary completed soon andwill The
.,; "unknown" World War I Temple Avenue onto Brown- 'Ii?':" all his life, vouches for the i,
for her to order a fresh Le open to the public forlnspectil soldier wnose picture was used lee when the collided If < fact there Is no river flowing

i'. BRING THE FAMILY_ supply literature from State >11. Mrs. .Scholl states. In The Telegraph last week to wiln+ a 1959 Plymouth head-on driven 1 '."' : W i.:.,": .f from the lake. He has walked

CD Headquarters. Th present CD ControlCenvar help illustrate an article onchanging v I ; : side
i "A by Maurice J.. Yfcu from : from one of the swampto
f. 'i II lot of public interest has in the courthouse .offers styles in men's haircuts Montreal Canada. No serious i 'r" the other and there is not
r shewn in Bradford little fallout proteclon for has been identified. injuries were reported but Ef. the slightest suggestion of a

I: f. ,. .;. I! County Mrs. m the past month.** the staf needed to direct op- H, C. (Hermie) Kelly of Law- Mrs. :raifogton and Yian's ,. liver channel, he declares.

. iThla' Space Contributed President's: Scholl said "but' the erations in the event of anemergency tey.'brought the original pic;.I wtfe,:Fwinda, 32. had minor. '. Sometimes 'water from the
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1 message intensified Mrs. Scholl also tore IIi last ,Friday and 'said it;. cuts and bruises Mrs. Elli 1g : .. lake slops over Into the swamp.

r' I t. Weekly to Publicize this interest. More states. A survey of ..existingbuildings was his eldest brother. ,Percy ton'was hospitalized in Starke. i tr.nd.at. other times water from

4i i -:1 people are realizing that a'suw.sstul in the county will Kelly who now liveshin Winter. Damage to the frorii : the swamp runs into the laVe, ':

J Community Events byThe : fallout program can be made in the nearfuture: to Haven and is a retired Eastern I of Vlau' car-cns end. : Darby has noted.

" milUons give assurance who of survival to I see which 'of them ,could] be Air lines,mechanic, while. Mrs: estimated ELlngton's at.$600w "- ---,.'- -.. -.. .. ---, --, -, '. '- -'. ..-- Optical JJaJoD _

.= Community die' orb? seriously might otherwise cripple modified shelter to provide"ity space she nunThe'said. engraving that The Telegraph'Used 1954 Ford received:. "$3$) damage ure to/have his vehictt under Starice Polkemaa H&ard Jordan "writes up" a bead.- The laic H. E. La.gergren.1

T from: radiation sickness." Residents! however are advised In its story is over to its front end, The Ford "control and causing aa accident 'collision at the intersection of Temple Avenue and Brenrolee lespectedjumyor Those field
State Bank One Person 40 years old, and has been ly 1 was'travelliic''at-QP 'cmnate.l but the charges notes arc IUD imataable' to ;
the local CD to consider building their were Street last Thursday afternoon. No one was seriously
ing around injured
all that l
our shop this
; ly 15 mph while the Plymouth dismissed area commented on the
director said, was interested I own shelter and stocking a time. (Proof that if by :Mayor W.. T. tn the crash.
you keep was traveling at the lawful [Billy] non-existent river in article
a < in building a shelter to be two week supply of food andwater. Jackson In Mayor'sCourt an 'j
, 1 ., it used its playroom. anything long enough you will t speed of 35 mph police stated. Monday. Mrs. EIU of I Pt&lishsd the Jan. 12, 1934 1{
a Fallout s- .driving on the side t accident
i find wrong when ci
n.ifa. '.,. use for It again.) Viiu was charged p}&'r lail. ton will be tried,on cl1.a of .the -road .and; cassia 'fiat .from the hospital she Is released *issue 1- '-|'- of?The .....\O. l4t,". \--.

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C. L. Scholl underwent surgery Attending ,Boy,Scqu;Camp Fair Warning ; THE RIGHT POINT for the

# in St. Vincent's. ., Hospitalon .Ecliockotee near; Orauge, Park : I nay you. write. Come in and
: Wednesday. from Sunday; to Saturday.this select your favorite ESTER-
Susan Hazen of Gainesville ,!cekar; :Jimmy: Moon.' prom- BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE

is visiting her uncle and aunt, my McMannus, Flip Graham. GRAPH.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Jimmy Blackshear. Buddy t'r Beware of 2-Legged Skunks! I,

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-063J this week. Garbett, and Billy Dean and I IB The County Jodjcr'a Court
Of Bradford (County Florid
Mr., and Mrs. A. Russell Donald Thompson.. All parents I la ProbateIn
| Norman and W. {By :Mis. J. L. Strickland] | to get pc\ of him.\without gtng back ,' Re: Estate: of Henry O-
,D-3 and Mrs..Chairies, Dur- Mrs. B. Mun- of the Scouts attended came and, told me I had "fix the papers" on this job llara deceased.
and Mr. and Mrs. W, AStern dy returned. Saturday. from, th e:Pare"n lt's Night for a swim I sal in The Telegraph e-1| ti top raw, ,but he soon: made the check all wrong. either. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll

I .lieston daughter, S. C.,are Sheila./-of:.*{siting: visfDurkee's and daughter-Louise} were two weeks'"1 trip*to New York meet1 and Indian'- rageahtWednesday I f ently where some,-slictxjh1gued : : 1 leMned.. ..... l L',that. ;:Mr. t.. Strickland, < is First, it was dated June 30 Naturally, I am not lookingfor demands persons against having the claims estate or of
ting d
Jf1 > in'Bristol'Va.; Cani.di; and Niagara Falls. ruiht.T 4 ** operators hav been goy j h of hearing; so*started -I [a holiday, and not legal]; Henry O'Hara, deceased, are
; him, but I the officers -
paresisIr.. and i Alken;S. C. last week.Mr. ; hope notified and required to
: ing over the 'out-:- talkffigto HiI hereby
They couritr, 1. t
thfe Leaving 'su attenC ,, I' had
returned through idy to ; spelled the boss's ,
: I
i Mrs. Carl Johns, 'at of the law find these file their claims In the office of
and Mrs.\'Guy l/7aParid; Smoky Mountains.Mrs. '. the .MajorglCe C mpljjt "*%J jan nf' folksand"! getting I ,Jim Just j ''caught part of I name all wrong-and I had I that I the County Judge of Bradford
vsley: Lake. Mr. Durfcee left daughterof Green "Cove H. H. 'Joiner ofWinter in Tallahassee for aH.ek hat' little money they have| what he was"sayihg' -as the \vvrlUen "the name just as he I ilick-tongued guys and Court County.House Florida at,Starke in the, Florida.County )
nesday to return to Char- have wiles they get to pay off In a big
Springs moved into
one Garoen is visiting her daughter -i ? Janet Hardy, Bobbie \ up. i man intended for him to do. told me to write it. Ifow the within eight calendar months
on where he will embarka of the Knight houses f I way for working on folks as ;: from the date of the first publication -
on Mrs. Barksdaie Th se shysters claim to do He did get it across chat his had
seven months cruise in W. S. Haas, and I Harriet Harper name changed to A. J. they have.I of this notice, or the
Street.Mis.. family this week. Martha.Longr. Elaine Gilhoojy. "a whole, lot of werk -j name was Nailer Muiin and Kelly; but he said, "Just same will become void according I
1 Mediterranean.and Mrs. Dur- Charles' Lawson and: Mr., and Mrs. J, E. Hardy and Joan Mobley cheap!" Well the work" js he was, supposed to be ,working make the. check to me and I do know if they had used First to law.publication This July, JulO.13, 19S1: ,
: daughter will stay son t; Alan, of Lakeland1 110 quarts of that stuff under
her were and daughters spent tie week- Mr. and, Mrs. H. M., Williams ,,- cheap, all r iht-> t the payoff for a reliable company. will get it cashed." .
I i parents during that overnight guests' Saturday of end in Winter Haven, with and son; Patton of t surely.isnHj I I j But he didn't say where the He'was to give me a receiptfor this old house we would haw mi.S( ) Fannie Elizabeth OHaraAdmlnI.tratri1 I
ic and she will continue Mr. and Mrs. H. Lavtson. i than had the house and of the Estateof :
I studies A. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hammond., Jacksonville were J last ,Thursday I Jim insists. : .that, I, ,tell you'' company was loc ..ted. the money and make out more I Henry O'Hara, deceased.
'J] at U. of F. in the Mis. Kate Shep1Jifdis: They visited Cypress Gardenson dinner guests of Mrs.. By Telegraph readers what hap-j. He talked Jim into letting the application' the Welfare yard full. I am confident the I Ilollis V. )Knight, ,

.. spending several weeks with Sunday. rium Perkins":. pened. to us not, .50-.. }long ago.:,. him spray under the house" to : Department. i asked him I same men,are the ones: who ; Attorney Starke. Florida for Administratrix

!s. Merritt. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. E. Sheppard Bobby and Bill DourUle of Mr.. and Mrs. W. E,, Wilcox I in the hope' that it might;: kijl\! the. termites.,According to ,', about the receipt, but he said I managed to get the $200 from I ;-1 4t in'OTlrF.

;t hter, Frances Landrum, in Demopolis, Ala. P isacoja are visiting their' and'daughter; Miss Dottie keep 'someone else from 'get-1 Win, -we would not be b th-I I' he couldn't give me one be- | the Negro woman in Lawtey. II j ITKT1OTO

:' 4 Mrs. J. S-: Rogers In Mrs. .Carrie Ritch, who has graI paients, Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox; and their uephew; ting hurt. i ered1th. flies of any kind, causr. he had not coLtcted all | The line they handed: her ;I REGISTER OF FICTITIOUS! NAME

; :ksonville over the weekend. been recovering from a broken R. H. Grider, this week. Jeff Wilcox of Tampa, and It is still painful to talk bugs mosquitoes, roaches the money. He would back in I sounds: the same as the one Notice Is Hereby liven that
; :1. W. Moyer of Jacksonville hip received in an accident Donna about it buthere well, in short ,, they used out here.I the undersigned, siring to en-
Freddie Graudon has returned Miss Wilhelm of Fort goes I everything except a few days, bring the boss along gage in business under the fictitious
s visiting his daughter about six weeks ago. fell: at from two mouths' visit Laudenfale are at the( O. W.I' A truck drove up to the gate the cats and us would I t and.he would fill out all just wonder if there is a name of ")I. XX'S SHELL::

5. F. W. Strickland and 'her<:home last Thursday evening with his 'grandparents. Mr., Griffui 'cottage' on Ringslef one day a1\d. out' jumped a move out.When I IlI the papers and:_ turn it in to law against using an old 12 STATION Street in,"the at 252 City\Vest of Madison Starke.

lily on Sunday. and broke her other nip.She and Mrs. Robert Kreider! in L take this week; '." man who was every cOneerxi-I he finished, Jim asked the 'w 1fare office. guage shotgun on skunks like. .I. Florida intends to register theaald

3o>d Clark of Ripley, Term..pending underwent surgery in St.Vincent's Palmyra' .. Pa. Miss. Judy Krei Mr. and Sirs. T..L. McDonald -.1 ed"' about the condition of I how' much- we owed him Well, I suppose' the work this? They sure do more harm. 1 I I|I! t ircuit name with Court the of Clerk Bradford of the
several wceks rWith' Hospital on Monday. der of Palmyra returned" with I and'Children of Birmingham out old house-especially the and he had to go check the I! was 'perfect.:) .We have never than the ones that walk on I Ii i I County Florida.. M.t'N

3 uncle and aunt Col. ,and )Mrs. M. L. Lawson, daughter Freddie for a month's- visit Ala, will to weekend danger of' termite's',' 'which hi r machine to see how much had' so many bugs an J what- four legs! I LOUIS,-\ 7-13 U I.:!

"ts. J. A. Griffin. ,", Sally, arid son Sonny with her uncle and aunt, Mr; guests of their Surit, MfS.By/'I''''said should be;, ,taken care, of. spray he had used! He came have-you since I don't know!i _u n __ .. .. ,

Mr- and Mrs. Maxie Carter, and Mrs. Ewen Lawson were and Mrs. P. ,W. Graud n. num Perkins: I. He claimed to be working in i back with the tall tale that when! And of coiuse, the I '

:. had as' weekend i guests in Code: City Tuesday visiting Miss Margaret Duncan was George'Patten Jr. and Dave connection with the Welfare he had...Used 110 quarts yes,. boss- a man from Jacksonville ;
i Ahnouncing
!r. and Mrs. L. J.Le ueranee. : ?4 1*. M. L. Lawson's father the fuest of Miss Bonnie Van-- Poole of Stetson Uiiivfrsityspcui : -1 Board, and the:pnc of the 110 quartsr-ak $2 a quart We. -who came nere a year .

Ir. and Mrs. Royal Hawkins, Oren Welch, and Mi. ;and Mrs. : der Kamp at Cocoa Beach the weekend 1 ,with,Judge work would be repotted to. did not'have this kind of or'00 ago, repairing roofs, and

r. and Mrs. Art ,Tyler and David, remained lawSon in. Abyrndale. from .,Thursday to Monday and.Mr. '0. li;::'Patten.Mrsi .' '. that agency)!' a. form' iilled; out;II I money, I'm 'glad 'to' say, and i fixed them :so they leaked :Mural Gardner of Mural's. Beauty
.ittdren, and Mr. and Mrs. Spnny' 'wtth, the David Miss Duncan will spend the :' Rdsalle f tC1il1eld of and' -good part of the cost I I had to give him & cncck for I I'I where they had nevtr leaked .; i ry* --

'linlpn Buff, all of Jacksonille :, fawsons tor a.we K%. weekend with her uncle and St. Augustine, and \M\ss Rut of the work would be returned I I I $75 of It. I before-was'supposed to corrie I Shop is just back from New YorkCity .

and: Capt. and .O. ,B. R v.' and Mrs. Daft Kpkomoor aunt, Mr. and Mrs.'T.. E. Dun Chi_ .P' aii of Hazlehunt: Ga.weie to" us through ttie* Welfare:. i iBoard. i He told me to make the I back and do this work over. I i where she two weeks'

'iarling of Doctor's Lake. The and( family p.f Apqplca can, in Gainesville. Wednk;iday visitors of ,- he:li ld. I II I check to J. A. Kelling, which L I I We haven't seen him again, spent

barters also] had as Tuesday visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Mr, and Mrs. A.'S. Harrison Mr and Mrs. M-: A. Payn.e I "smelled a rat".anci tried I I did. They started dif, then L and he has not showed up to' studying hair styling under Robed -
Reddish: and Dr. and t.trS'R. ; .. .
iicsts 'M tc arid Mrs., :W' -Jlalnis : hays had as guests d i.'ng the, Mis. Bob" 'Barr tr-arid children Reddish Small; Claim ,
S; Mullins' at Tfingsley Lake i Mr.and, ,Mrs. Drew L! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale' Court Bradford
of Gainesville. past two,weeks Mr. :rci' Mrs. of Miami are pending Court, Florida Siance of the Hair Design
Tuesday afternoon. and Dr..and'Mrs. R. S. Mulfins and family have returned ;
R. T.: Hippg Jr; of Little Rock, two weeks with Mr. and Mr*,. ; No. 6-536 t -
Mr. '
and Mrs. Olin.W.. n white, PFC Mike Reddish of Fort and children are spending from two weeks vacation L. B. Alvarez d.balnrez Institute and hair coloring under
<3r. Ark,.! :,, Mr.:, 'and. Mrs. Charle RUsseirkcRaV and Mif. ihdMrs. :Service Station.
? Starke.
as guest* Mrs. week the Florida
Bragg, N.C. Is- home' from f at Frigohouie in the Smoky Mountains, N Plaintiff vs. Ovid G.
TIiroie Bates of Weof Palm Wednesday! to Saturday. Meyers and three'chCtfren ot)| 3j-( : ) on Kingsley Lake. C., Mammoth Cave, Ky. and I West Madison Street Lewis, Starke 6SO, L'Oreal of Paris at the Hair

Beach, and Mrs. L. D.StrleteJ-, ,Sarah Lavvson's Beauty Shopwin Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. and. Moitii-Wp'\1jms\ andchifdren Mrs, Ella Haislop, Mrs., InezKelly CartersVllle, ,Ga. the Klorida.7 day, of August, 1961, be. i
meier: and daughter of Atlanta I >: be dosed"' 3fbnday: and Mrs. W.. L. Harrison. and- -. son haVe' 'returned 'to'I lliss'" Ju4y Haislop- and Mrs. W. I... Blair and Mrs. Notice Of. Sheriff's Sale Coloring Institute.riiij1.

Ga. on Tuesday, and tr.anc ,Tawday during August, and on of' Wa'cross, Ga. their homp- Folkitoii. ; :oa.! Kay.Haislop visited relatives inTaihpa'bve'r Rebecca Simpson attended 1. Notice P. D. Is Reddish hereby! given Sheiiff that
Mrs. Laurie Ray of Tampa tabor I Don ilcClane of Gainesville after ffye'eks tll'1\ r parents the v. Bradford of
Day. (Ad'tir' \'.)) ekend. the Gainesville Distrtt Wesleyan County, Florida un-
on Wednesday.Mrs. arid Mrs. D. Powell spent the weekend wIth Mr. '" ,. Mr." and. Mrs.' Jesse,. New, -I '1risi Linda Smith of Orlando ] Service Guild, meetingin der Execution aDd by heretofore virtue of a Issued writ of H: :
u. out
and Mrs .
: Guy'Sale and daugh-t some.'Sirs '
Ernest Bolan-1 and I Jr. w4 "iorne from 'Thursday to Gainesville Saturday.Ivlrs. of Small Claims Court Bradford
daughter on
and '
Mrs. I
tel, Linda Kay, at Kingsley Titus Olson left today County In the above styled/ .,
children have returneu to their Tuesday."Erisfgri. Rose Halsall has .. '.
I I Powc, Sr. of Jacksonville Lake for ten days 'at1'Lake Jurialuska : asher : cause. I have levied upon the f'
home in Athens Ga. after -. .Kenneth Tyus received guests Mr. and Mrs. Den following property, to-wit:
were Sunday guests of" 'Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dennard' N. C., and then" to i hU One (1) 1933;) Chevrolet 4 door ,- rJ. I
two weeks visit with her.par). Mrs. H; L. H Ugh. and family of Miami were Mounds, Ills: for 'two ""weeks ; last'Fnday atgraduation nis Denny of London Englandfor Model No. A53A Motor No. LAA /;
ents, Mr. andSpeen Mrs. H..L.SAT. at" Glynco NAS, a three months vsit.; Mr.Denny Tag No. 45E-13. j
Mrs. Hhld bell Bence of weekend guests of Mrs. E. F.I visit with relatives.'T As the
Bhihsfrtclc. Ga. He l'eZt property c the above Permanent & $12.50
$15 Styling
Sunday: is a brother oi Mrs.Halsall ji -
JacksonvUle and Mr.and Miles. : A. defendant, and that i
(- Mrs. 4rs. J. BUdd. Jr. ,and. I for' Aberdeen AFB for twoweekg and this is the first tween the legal hours ->f sale on,,
J. C. Alvarez of Fort laud: r- Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns, children of Jacksonville'' spent I- trabiing and namely I eleven o'clock in
then will:I the I
time Permanent &
A they had met in 20 years. forenoon $12.50;
: dale and two o'cloc. in
are spending twa weeksat left Wednesday for several Thursday to Sunday with'fld's the
: go 'to' kreuifa, NAS, New- afternoon,
at twelve
: He: and M 's. Denny flew from o'clock on
the Bence cottage on weeks vacation in the Smoky: Mrs: B grariariioMer, fqundland l for two years tou London aid day, a't: the South door of I Appoi.ntment-Phone 964-0331
to Jacksonville in 15 the Court
Kingsley Lake. Mountains, N. C. Mrs. W-, E; Middleioril:" House in Bradford
of'flQty: Mrs. Tyus will returnto hcurs. County, Florida. I will offer for
Florida Pvt. Bud Lawson of Fort Dr. and Mrs. James Chace! Mr. and Mrs:: Sara;Mitchell L her home. in Brunavvick, Ga. sale and sell to the highest bid. I ,
Mrs. Rose Halsall and
her der
: for ,
"' cash In hand
Meyer, Arlington, Va. u homeon of Tuscon Ariz were guesTs anS-" Children" of 'J cksonfin-, for.: tie ti2ne thg.andMr. guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis: described property o(the said above de MURAL BEAUTY SHOP \

I a week's leave of absence: ) of their aunt, Mrs.. Etta. 'Hoover spent "theweekend' pt' the Mr. Clyde TerwiUe- Dnny, of London, England[, tion fendant, to satisfy said execu .
Mrs. Coirine Purvis and Mr. on Monday. Mffciieli" '. cottage baKingsleyLake r gar and( family' were"at St. Augustirte L-: and Mr. andMrs.' J. Watson P. D. REDDISH. I

and Mrs. Alton' Pun 1 Jr..' Mr: and Mrs; Ed Brasdeganof "v-t'u >i"H"W. i Beach bii"'Si ld y. o! Starke spent. two days atSt. Sheriff By Jean, Bradford\Valnwright County D. S. 610 Pinewood Drive

Theatre and children of Gainesville: Gainesville were: visitingMr. : and' Mrs.' Davi :M ntgon.e1'1' 'itrs., : Irenfe' Goethe pf Sarasorta Augustine, Marin: land I'I 7-13 4t 8-3:I I .--. -- T .

weie Tuesday guests o' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson were'in-Like 'Cit' r ; arid 'Mrs."' Kene" Roberts ofPalatka and Daytona Beach, and a ,--- -
and Mrs. W. F. Stinday' visftirti: his1 parents; > ,JJfondav and ;
Herlor.ff.. last Friday evening. ere day at the Stephen Foster
-';:": :::
I ., AUG. 5 .. Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Mont' 'Tuesday<;! iizesls of Mf.'ahd Mrs. Memorial at White i Springs. Denmark's

Double Feature Program .gomery. Herbert' Thomas: Mrs. E. M.! Davis and Mrs I
DLL Mr and. Mrs.;Cary !i&zworthof 'barOld TyiIs will.return home A.: W. Anderson visited Miss

I I.) 1st. Feature :IQUJ.llI Summer C E AN .e I ,, Jacksflrjvine 1aFeMitingtheir Suflday front''Florida;. Jouthern Mamie Anderson ani Mrs. P., "Hot" I Ik
p rentS; Mr. 'and Mrs.
: college for the temalnder"6f the E.. Stone "in Archer ''the' first
,RUtKllffSTstR H li Barney McRae and Mr. and I s summer. 0: the week..
t Mrs. W. T, Nazworth; this 'Mr and
Mrs. W H. Thomson
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis
i, week. and'son, .Henry, of M ntcell i -.-- --
? m and son, Harold, and Mr. ani
-. S Tinna MQ.hews of Gainesville
i : PEC1AL spent Wednesday and Thursday! Mrs. Randall Davis were in
spent ,'the ,.weekend with with.Mr 'and
I Mrs.P.' F. Stump.. Charleston! S. C. from'Sunday FULL
.. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. SIZESOFA BED
Stump spent sever l days to
\ Tuesday of last week! ,where
M1 .
,$ Garl ':Mathews. last week with the Thomsons.' they attended the funeral of ,

"l rs. J.. G. Millican of Pa- Mrs. A. D. Jackson, of 'Mayo. 1 rs. D viS''.mother _
Mrs. Lu-
: BOY'S WESTERN, DUNGAREES r atk\ jz (vfsitirig: MI'k '

SI. 1FuLAx) V( w .. .. f McKlnney this:*eek.: Mr.. and was oI1rs. f Mr.pvernight and Mrs.guest James Wednesday Sulli cue. Gooding\of a heart,. who att.died. -ck. suddenly iltilIlt Mfl&91 Sofa By ,

Trjiy Hazen ., :
j : 10 oz. Double Knee I of St.Pel'ersljurg van.Mrs. Mr.: arnd Mrs. W. D. Thomas i
I were Mrs. McKin-: John : I
Griffin of Ochloch- Day
spent last Wednesday Sunday ,
Size 6-16 '. to : -
r fl9 visitors on Mohoay and Ga. '
spent the weekend
: M MAJWUE-DOM KESE- in Gatlinburg, N C. .
r Tuiysday.: with.Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump: Mr and Mrs., Jim Ritch Bed

$t Dr.'and.Irs. !Barney McRae, Mr .and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were guests of Mr., aud Mrs
1JllYllIsS p r Jr. and sons of I&ke' (
; ; .City visited Mr. and Mrs; W. A. Sanford: Ritch on Santa Fs! ByNight

1 ; J t spent .I lasf;, Wednesday with Scott: In their new 'home on Lake over the weekend.Mi. t
2nd. Feature Mr: 'and
Mrs. McRae, Sr. :21s; Avenue in'
OR Gainesville
S SI I ifr. : and Mrs. Bill Eppj
and'Mrjs. .J.: Bennett, land asi '
: Sunday 'afternoon. YourChoicef '
have returned from two weeks t
S f 1of ,
r- I children. Ckarw'ateraiguest -- Mrs. Bessie Herfferon ofColts : visit in Jonesboro, Ark. with I High-Pile Frieze
1 for $300 r f'Mrs. RuBy' Joh.ns Neck N. J.: rriTed last Iweekend their i parents, Mr. ani Mrs .----___1 Covers :t
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on Santa 'Lake fhb Q
: y ) I Fe 'n'eek.t for a months visit I Donald Watkins and Mr* andMis. : : : -

: 12 t Paul Knight' of MidAi"- { was witli her uncle and aunt. Mr. Elmer Epps. FULL 40-COIL() SEAT- 1

t visiting. his, mother. Mrs.: p.? and Mrs., James'Watson.Mr .- Mr. and :Yrs: Harvey Priest REGULAR $$69.95 '
Short Sleeve E. Knighf''last'week.f 30-COIL BACK '
Boy's I and .Randall Chitty and son. Charles: of Little '. I
f I Marie' ''de Arce 'of 'S'rke is ,. and .son and Mr. ana Mrs. Rock, Ark. were visitors of '
: a fraternal delegate of Cuba Fred Snell and,daughter spent Mr. and Mrs.'Wfflard William;

Sport Shirts t;: to the senior' 'assembly!; forAue'jst last.week. at _the Frig hous last week. AND.. ,- j "

r at the MYF Youth on Kingsley Lake., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne. Mun- Ii

r7TLtJ1I Ivy League I Camp" near Leesburg. Mr.,and Mrs. Dennis Denny dorff and son, Perry have Platform I ooker

p JS J-' Mr. and Mrs. W:. F.. Leslie of, Dulwich. London, England: mon into one of the Uig

r- 5-4IP-J and son of.- Jacksonville.-, are visiting' his sister, Mrs. Knights houses on ,Laura \\1

I __ -.._ 149 t and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of Boju- Rose Halsall] ,.on Westmoreland Street.'I
,1.-I ; : l ton Beach, and 'Mr, and Mrs. Street. for six -we ks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed wad Bag- 0 In Matching Or Contrasting'Coyers !
) Cartoon: : Mike 'Pickering of Gainesville Mrs.,J.,B. Spencer of Orlando well and family of'St. Petersburg Your. 'Choice v : *,. '

I Christopher Crumpets Size 6-16 !were weekend' guests of Mr.|I is,visiting her. daughter are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'f.
: Playmates :and Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs.j Mrs. Maxie Carter,, Jr.- and S. W. 'J'aiSt n and family taU _._ ,-a (
.. -- : M.H..Lang": and Miss 'Dorothy family this week. :Tlw Carters %

: SUN., MON.\ & TUES. Alvaiez.Mr. also had .as visitors.o:1.Mon- week.Mrs.. Betty Paton rcturneJ j This Rocker Is ,

: AUG.. 6, '7, & 8 P RIU E : 'TO '.cEKR j and Mrs. ,James W. Miller day and Tuesday, 'Mr. an ,. .. : of DeIray Bea hand Mr and, Mrs. Val Bianchi i of East Ely, son-in-law and daughter,'Mr. An Excellent Buy At' 1 :
. :' New .J I
-- -- ; J.
: FRED ASTAIREj "- Mrs. Glen E. Miller and 'sons btf and Mrs: Black'in Newark, 1 _' _

DEBBIE REYNOLDS Omaha Net were weekend] .". .'" ,.. m' ..N.,.-J. ----s. ._. -- :: : $49.95 ,' .,-_ .
: Jf' f\ guests of Mh; and Mrs. George -' '- .
Ladies Swim 1f; p.
\ .
Suits .
: 'i'if
lLL! PAlMER __ f'Miller. '1( f LIIAiT OF ALLKt $" (Similar to Photo) ,.- ..JJ -- : :1."' r! !

: TAB HUNTER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman:
By 1/2 PRICE :and j F These Two Pieces Are .. .'
: iwER6.SEATON'"a.\ .' Catalina son of Independence, Kan-jj r--"---- n ----- I ,
eftJ 4, I sas were visiting Judge and, '
: THE .Regularly 119.90 f I
'S 'Mrs. E. K. Perryman at Kings-: .. '#. :: 95 J
:'ley Lake from :S'h. I '
W :i Children. ,..." Swim\ Suits. ,f.Sunday. !, -'> NOW For A Lituited t d S I I

)lr. and Mrs. T. B. HardingSr. .- .; *
OF IDS COM Y<< I ByCatalina ;, ., and Mr. 'and Mrs. Harding! :.r ,

tBJI I'ftI flit, i' .:; $2.99 :'Jr.bra and and children Miss Alice Don June and Hard-De-:: 1i Time Only : 0

..' Cartoon. : :: L'tg1slted Silver Springs on I

Ma Goo Makes NewsWED Sunday. I .
: ),[r P. S. Denmark suffered GET BOTH PIECES FOR '" !

I stroke !
JallajcaSetsZ99. a on Saturday and Is .
FRI. : 1'
: ;
'confined in Bradford __
County; DOYVN PER i
$10.00 $8.00 MONTH
: AUG. 9, 10, & 11 ;[Hospital. '' -: .
r '-_ __t '" -.t' < -; *' ItyFREE ,
: .
All Our Summer Merchandise Is Reduced- .:, Mrs. T. B Itisi HartHng >nrti; .."'. -,.;.'_ oJ '_' .. _&,._ .".. ,-J t. .. .: '- V'_ I
daughter \AL Juaifarding -
| cu
|: } were vifitlng Jtrs.' :_. T ''i-8 poon4.BaSs caught'on oar bait.. DELIVERYFREE DELIVERY :

\ ; Shop! 'n Save at :'Mike Pickering in Gainesvflle; ,'M..iqyiiiMmnowa[ 3doz.-: : : I
I :I;:on Monday.. A Fact You Can Do Better at :
Ij ; : ..... .lfs
doz. '.
|t|f .Mrs.EMorvisofPonp.. ., ; \ : $l.fliQarjtf .. I

ROBB/NS Ooo BeacS,-Is visiting her dangh-j; : Worms Nite.Crawlers I .WijI eri .
ter, 'ilrs s. .
Denmark and Furniture "'
'Denmark Co'::
:- ,"r ,,' < ,- family:.ilisa' Sue, Mania of MT-: ; MS. ALICE SMITH ;
Cat Alarm : ,s
Cartoon: F am ;L LeesbuT5,1xras with;: .' '..-: _, ,
..'- : ,': r< f" "The Store of Values her 334 N. Tfetapsea-:3 bk North CftyHall t Phone 964-4321 43"tt6""Yest- "

-II .' ..---. I I(1 j week.1'f family for the first*-,-. .1.t'-'I i .... .. t-* $si.e._ ........... -", I .,.... .,..",.t i '1..! ,Q. \.. t.., ..--........... .;..; .:.. .. '. '. --- ,- J. CaD Street_

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DAY.UGUST S, 1961 BRADFORD COm-'TY 'l'ELEGBAPR__ STAnKE._______,. FinRmA. _. ,.. ". d18'J
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& Notice Of Filing Petition For! and that on August 9. 1361
'. r 'Harding Visitors moved into,are apartment with Coach Koch'Resigns Final Discharge will apply to the -
ltb.ks: Patsy Smith and Bon- Notice l la hereby given that .1' Theron A. Yawn, County
Are Complimented base tiled my final returns as of Bradford.County,- }' \
\ : nie Cannon on Post Street In Post adtninstrator of the Estate ofFred for approval of said final
At Hamburger Fry Jacksonville. ;. Guy Jones. Deceased that turns and for an order of :
i tribution and final discharge tribution and 'for final S
Mrs. Bob Nolan and son ofSevi1le
j -
. (i :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond, spent Sunday with Mr. Starke: age mentor, Carlton -
"r 'PHQXE 964-0631 Irs. M. H. Lang, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish at Koch has resigned his basketball -

( ,M..F.H N.f T. B. Harding Sr., and Hal thaw cottage at Kingsley Lake coac:'.ng job to accept a Now At WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.
Home \
Mrs. Paul
Hutchings Lawson had a hamburger fryat and retained to their home in similar! position in Illinois. '

,Scene Of Surprise E elected President i Camp Montgomery on Tuesday -Maxville and stayed Sunday Athletic Director Lennard

evening for members of\, night and visited with Mrs. Register: Jr. is now accepting ...
r; Birthday Party Of New Class the Harding family who are I Hattie Nolan and Mr. and applications) for the 'vacancy .

visiting here. Mr s. J. C. Nolan f ,, _
Mrs.M. and family. and hopes'to fill the spot witha
Hazen gave a sur- Mrs. Paul
I prise was The honored guests wereiSgt. Mrs. Florence Parrish and man: who can tutor varsity
birthday party and ham-elected president of a newly and Mrs. Tom Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Sollie Solomons, basketball, instruct the B-
I burger fry for Mr. Hazen organized Women's Class o: .2I"RCA
Thursday' of Jr.,who recently returned from Jr. and family of Baldwin squad: football team, and teach : ItlOI
evening last week.I,the First Methodist SundaySchool ,
" The held I overseas duty, and Miss Alice spent all of last week at Lake seventh grade .science. Any
was in the at a meeting held Wed June ,
Harding, who is home on Loci loosi.: coach with bachelor's degree -
yard a (overall -" -
around the stone diaE.) .
fireplace nesday afternoon of last weekin ; ; .
vacation from Atlanta, Ga. r.
and the Mr. and Mrs. Waver Griffis can handle the science ) :
refreshment table was Fellowship Hall. The newclass !"'! i a
j centered with ., and family moved into the duties.
an arrangementof is
taught by Eugene Wil
day lilies. The birthday cake lianas. ._ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMAXVILLE home of Mr. Griffis' parentsand
'7. -- plan to rent their home NEW v d2 '
was decorated in yellow, pink, Other officers elected "at this :
and out in the near future. THE RIGHT POINT for the
green. time were: Mrs. F. W. Strick- MurrowCarterMr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hurst way you write. .Come in and *Jfc
Enjoying the occasion with land, vice president; Mrs. J. B. ESTERBROOK
the Hazens were Mr. and Mrs Bakken, secretary; Mrs. L. N. and Mrs. Marvin D. Car By Mrs. C. B. Nolan and grandson of Dinsmore elect your favorite gives fatter ficturts from many bard-ia- stationsiSuperpowerful
W. visited M. Hazen and three children Fowler, treasurer: and Mrs ter of Starke announce the marriage -= .
and!;'Mr and Mrs A. G Jack Eaves, membership chair- of their daughter, Barbara M r. and Mrs. Dewey McPherson GRAPH.la rl e& \ ,..
Hazen and two sons of Gaines I Jean, to Thomas Allen Wilkinson-Sundy and Mrs. Sarah Jane Grif- The County Judge's Cost I.And Ir I
ville, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Ha- man.A ] Murrow, son of :Mr. and Mrs A wedding of interest to a fis, who has been ill. For Bradford County :1- :
Florida. la ProbateRet
z4p J! and son, Jimmy, and Mr children Tom furrow of Palatka. wide circle of friends is that. Mr. and; Mrs. Dee Smith : Estate of Fred Guy. Jones,
and Mrs. Max Furlong and son ginning of school was discussed The wedding was an event of :Miss Rosa Lee Sundy of recently moved into their Deceased. .
I filed ,petition for disNOWKB -
have my;
Bill, of Starke. and plans were made for a of June 17 in Folkston, Ga. Century, Fla. to Leonard Dewey new home at Maxville.Mr .

swim-picnic at Strickland's, The couple is residing in Pa Wilkinson son of Mr. and 1 and Mrs. Kuyle Cannon _. I r o
,.Miss Robbie Capps. Landing Wednesday afternoon. latka where Mr. :Murrow has a Mrs. C. E, Wilkinson, Sr.' of and daughter have also moved : i -' "New l'i / r '
into '
.'Glen Reddish I Guests at the meeting were carpenter's position.Rehearsal ; Maxviile. The wedding was they new home here. C r Viita" tuner gives I 'r
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Titus Olson and the pastor solemnized on Friday night, Buddy Brad- passed'performance. from -
I Are Complimented Rev. John Brabham. Dinner July 28. at the home of the shaw and son visited in Jacksonville i hard-io-petsfations! I! ..

1 groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday evening with I A Most powerful chassis ever
Miss Robbie Capps and Glen Robby Barksdale For Capps-Reddish C. E. Wilkinson In the pre- Mr. and Mrs Howard Bradsha'N" -H HOMESOFFERS in RCA Victor black-and. I,!i KlSMJTErsveiCETht / \ a
white TV!
'Jteddish, whose marriage will] sence of members of both and' son. i
t .be an event of Friday evening Has Birthday Party Wedding PartySheriff families and some close Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith :, 0 Sharp, bright pictures onRCA's j I I\ J J ____
fit, Jacksonville, and; Mrs. Juanita Bell and\ all-new aluroinlnd
were honored friends.
The _
groom's father ,
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish ,.full- icture t 1 ,_ -
fat BarKsdale son of Jacksonville A Kk.! ,
a barbecue chicken supperlast Robby celebratedhis performed the Mrs. are visiting j
were hosts at a dinner party ceremony. ; ,
l Friday evening. The party tenth birthday anniversar ]j Wednesday evening in the Wilkinso-i at the time of her with i relatives in Tampathis i
J' was given by Mr. and Mrs. laast Friday evening when his Pecan Room of the Garde n marriage was employed by week. nhie ,,..

:Dolph Reddish, Mr. ana Mr sBarksdale parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Restaurant honoring their son, Prudential Life Insurance. Co.j The Maxville baseball team I NEW < ARLEN .f..m.I.s.II", .

Vernon Reddish, and Mr. an gave a party for Glen, and his fiancee, Miss Rob in Jacksonville. The groom.is beat L wtey last Sunday] I i 1, .222 sq.In.picture A" """ ,
Mrs. ,Drew Reddish in the backyard him in their carport at their afternoon with a score of 5 I II iI f.
bie Capps, 'after their weddingrehearsal. a representative of Florida I I _____ -. .
f< > of, the latter's home on home on W. Madison Street. Supply & Paint Co. in Ft.Piel.ce to 1. This Sunday they will oJ' .% \
'Searing Street. The theme of the affair play against: the Starke'team : ThlfdoatTMtdRir.tbT.te"rstont
The and Vero Beach. I f
U-shaped dining table] The -, \ j I
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1 Enjoying in Starke. 12 Um.I ;
the affair 14 "shipwrecK Party" and all YEAR
were had a long center arrangemenof young couple will make their I '
members of the immediate tam8ies 20 of the young guests dressed pink asters and white gladiolL home in Vero Beach. Mr. and. Mrs. Herbert Bevis dk .THE H ST ENJOYABLE TV.

who presented the honorgueats appropriately. The carport was, A garland of plumosasfern Mrs. Richard Norman of announce the arrival of a : EVER "
'' attractive with.red, white, and) baby daughter born JJ ;
with gifts of household I extended down the )length Jacksonville! visited her mother Sunday FinancingProgram BUILTIBY.RCA..YICTOR
items. blue crepe paper streamers and of the Mrs. July 23, :at the NAS hospital. I '
I tables and intersperse Dorothy Waters, last .OTVs steadiest{ picture Is automatically guarded
balloons. The birthday cake was I with single candle holders Saturday. The young lady has been i i .
i topped 'with a plastic sailboat. The named Linda Marie, I The CASUAL \ against "tear out" and "bounce.. F"- '
burning pink tapers and. Training Union of Mf SPORTABOUT f-------' "*
LAPPE During the evening the nosegays of pink and whitepompoms Zion Baptist Church enjoyeda Mr. and Mrs. George Ulrickson I New Vista TV 4 Automatic"Scene"Controialwvesquahtypicturee
youngsters had of Jacksonville No DownPAYMENT
a visited :
hamburgerfry last
and tulle. Bridal weiner roast and party at ", 1KA07.Rirtubi
Series .
: ., as TV scenes. chang.l. CI i I u i I J r .
followed by -baseball and place ,cards marked the seating the church last Saturday Suaoay afternoon with Mr.i 'I. (overall diag.f, \. .

Pastry games. arrangement. night. ily.and Mrs." J.. D. Bell and lam I I 172*qu inch... _picture. [t. RCA seals In quality!.EE. Tl out trouble with Se urit yWinkler
Shop The 16 guests included members Miss Charlene Wilkinson I SeaJed.Circuits/" --
:(( Troop 70 Scouts of the wedding party and I and Miss Nan McPherson 'The Assembly of God I
114 N. Walnut St. Enjoy PartyBoy .the immediate families. have week's returned vacation from with a delightful Leonard -- each Church Sunday is holding now at services the old I

t I Lucas More building' [formerChic 'I Let Us Show i
Scout Troop 70 enjoyed Recent j Births Wilkinson in Ft; Pierce. I IJack.sonville Electric Inc.Sales
Club Jack
Open Sat., Aug. 5 a homemade ice cream and They enjcjed fishing while Waters.. of .
is the pastor.
down there. .
Bradford You Our
'cake party at the W.B. County Hospital announces -
To serve you with a come Thompson : the following births Roger Waters is spending a Mr. ana Mrs. C. B. Nolan :
;plete (fresh home Thursday evening of and sons are enjoying part of! and Service
every day) Mr. and Mrs. Norris Crigl r, two weeks vacation with his I Many New ,
line of highest quality last week. J Keystone[ Heights, a son, Time broth r-in-l&w and sister, Mr. Mr. Nolan's vacation at their I r"

baked products. Attending were 20 Scouts, I they Dale, July 26. and Mrs. Bill Roberson, in home here in Maxville. I And Beautiful PHONE 964-4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. '
Scoutmaster David 'Montgom Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fountain Live Oak. We are sorry to learn that I

!'SPECIALIZING t Doctor's Inlet, a son, Pe rMrs.. Dorthy Waters spent Kenneth Manning was hurt I'
in Birthday and 'Veda1ding cry, and Mrs. Montgomery. The'1 ry Odell, July 27. Wednesday of last week in whit,rounding up jpattle,for 2 and 3 Bd., Homes i

; Cakes,"'made to or- boys enjoyed games ,and refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Guy Anderson, Jacksonville with her son and .W. J. Bell Monday evening II' i-

der. followed by at shortbusiness 1 Lawtey, a son, Guy Lamar, July daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and, is confined to the St.Vincent's TODAY t '>xvL"'
t meeting. :27. Bud Wafers. Hospital in Jack

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McLenDO Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, sonville. i ,ray

i Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat 'Social Security Visit Our Display

and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lon- I And Compare Prices

nie Harris and family, and A i
representative of the
Mrs. Julia Griffis attendedthe 1 ,
Gainesville Social Security office
annual picnic given for I .;xM
will be at
I Your Friendly Stores
Cecil Field employees and in! Starke
at 9:30: a. m. Fri J
6EE, t SHOULD HAVE NM HANDS KINDA YOU THINK tLL GEE.THATlS 6REAT their families- Kingsley day Aug. 11, for the purposeof
60ttE STRAIGHT ON TO SU201IEN. DO Y00 BE ABLE TO PLAY I NEVER COULD a Beach last Saturday.Mr. conducting social Now is
CIIy fIS11U M.RIbHT (DILL BE. fHE PIANO/ AGAIN? BEFORE! I 1 and Mrs. James Coleman bustless.AU interested security perso time to Buy those Back-to-School Clothes the

t and family visited Mr. may call at

Meet Markei lUH 5W2E NAtCpERAL1Y j and family Mrs.at Kingsley Henry Griffis Lake and onBatw'day this time. nsLaRue Corp. Selections and Bargains are, unlimited at Eagles.,

i for the
FI6HT WITH THAT NEW KJD'' and Mrs: D. J. Parrish select way you write. Come in and 400 ,v. Madison St. w
and family are spending this I your favorite ESTER-l ,
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Phone. 964-8641 I
week at their cottage on GRAPH. II '
: Kingsley Lake. I
I _
.P: = Jackie, Lynn, and Angie H: .,_
Waters of Jacksonville spent
last week with their grandmother Starke Builders Supplies

FRESH FRESH GROUND Mrs. Dorothy Waters.
Mrs. Bill Roberson and

FRYER! lbg. BEEF lb. 39c daughter Mrs. Roberson's of Live'mother Oak visited, Mrs. it D00R Prt'j

," Dorothy Waters, last week. ,
Mrs. Gladys Copeland and I

CLUB family visited last Thursday DOOR "t
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Onis !- LADIES
l It- at their cottage on Kings- & GIRLS GIRLS LADIESBLOUSES
b. STEAK 49c '
HENS 23c ley tike.W. SKIRTS

H. Rape of Roanoke, Especially For The Home OwnerNO Cinderella.
Ala. has leturned home aftera '
week's visit. here with Mr. Solids and Prints
and Mrs. Homer Thomas and 2 FOR 1 DEAL-BUT FULLY GUAR- and Pleated.

I"HAMS : lb. 33c ,STEAK' -lb. 49c-.. family.children Mr. ani to ana Mrs.home Roanoke Homer briught after, Ala.Thomasdro'e a their two recently ANTEED-Quality ford.GOOD QUALITY' Paints at Prices You Can Af 2 for $JOOBOY'S $.19? ig for. ;;98S: O

weeks visit there with their' OUTSIDE WHITE
gal. -. $4.95 -: '. .'
BOLOGNAlb. i Miss Peggy Smith and haunt I INTERIOR BOY'S
Mrs. Juanita Bell, and 'N.Wear '
I son Jimmy have returned x --:- KNIT SHIRTS
home from a trip to Bait! '
39c more Md. and the John Hopkins ..b Reg. $1.79

Hospital They'also visit EXTERIOR RUBBER BASE'I Sizes 8 ,thru 16

OR SMOKED ed sights the there capital before and all returning.of the''I I Qt -. $1.3S Gal. $4.68. $ :

Misses Patsy Smith and i I' $298 $100

Bonnie Cannon spent last Wide Variety Of Colors To-Choose From. Also Mat 46to10f .

3 kfor00| 3 Ik for $100 weekend ;n St. Petersburg. ching Enamels For Wood Work. We Offer Approximately .
little Miss Phyllis Eichelser, iz

I daughter.of underwent Mr. and'Mrs. DonEichelser. operation 2,300 Paint. fj 4. Colors. Boy Socks 4 pair for $$1.00

at the NAB Wednesday hospital. We morning wish j See US' for all your Repair and

Chuck Roast lB 39CPRICES her Miss a speedy Violet:recovery.Burnsed has\ ',Remodeling Needs r'J BATH TOWELSSpecial


don. lliddleburg, a son JimmyBurton TO 5 YEARS TO REPAY-FREE EST Special this- Weekend Only
Tape Only 15 Minutes To Make 'Appli
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. :Mr. and Mrs..Marel Rhoden, cation. You May\ Select Payments To Fit Your S'j 22x44REG. .3 for $100'

Hampton, a daughter, Julia L get And, ,Enjoy A New Room, While You Repay 69e

Annette July 30. '
Small Monthly Payments. I!
Mr. and Mrs.Emmett Norton, ,

Sl'.. Starke, a daughter, Sarah i
Edna, July 13. CALL OR COME BY I Saturday, August 5th, the Bar-B-Q Grill will be


? =- July Lawtey 31., a son, James David, STARKE BUILDERS SUPPUES given away. Get all your Tickets in"the box Be-' C:

Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, I
EARS Starke a daughter, Athena De- Phone 964-4201 Starke, Fla. 1 fore 5 O'Clock.

I bra July 31. 1 -


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'-. ., /.' than: larger ones. Dull. 'dark Debbie Reynolds f her bu&iess-minded cattle- -
A/J husks indicate old corms man fiance. ;
: : .. . .. .." s ,Let'5'l' A hiCh ghtcrdiaEases; ,. ..Flj9.{\, e Before the middle-aged gad- ALVAREZ' STORE
... wr' -'-, vl : If in.i lot of. 100' corms, In Florida-Fllm' about, takes off again for
{ r ''' thereare than two' I
$'" .' I I'ii mqre or parts unknown, he turns the -
rdening three> 'shriVeled' by.TOt.. itV best Boasting an all-star cast of town upside down-to say no- |

: Are We Driving; : Customers Away? ,II .to make :your 'bulb" purchase< six wp? ;performers, a tour! of j j thing of the: lives of his Support r
San Francisco, and ..fashion ;
a i
daugnter and his ex-wife [ILilli ;:
!;i i Small town merchants may'actually added up to one big thing: this buyeris By Hervey Sharpe If disease spots show up on parade of 55.high styles. "The j Palmer, who thought herself ;

!' be 'driving customers away from their spending too much of his money out Florida Agricultural eaves 'on the"plants t: 'spray Pleasure of His Company! ,"] 'PRIVAIEENTERPRISE
t immme to his
Extension particular
: 9 stores-but it need not be, that} \yay. of...town. Whether all of ,his complaintsare Service Ql Ce'a. week with zineb or opens] Sunday at the' 'Florida1Theatre. : ;
mane : This will prevent the braaa: of magic.
J This is the opinion of R. D. Hed- justified or not,, be's co vincedthey're Ii
;wellfknown for his work in the and is admittedly dioWlPz gladioli in the healthy plants from getting Top' roles in the romantic i: I
{ man legitimate .home"garden Is easy. i infected. The Principle Which Made Our
I field of small community planning, and. .spending his money out of town. "c ohmscommonly called, In warm weather keep an comedy are played by Fred: '
\ who has studied Other heard 't -.. .,.. Astaire: Debbie Reynolds, Lil- j
ways that merchantscan frequently complaints culbS-palted: now will pro- eye out for thrips and chewing WILLIAMSJEWELRY Country Great!

increase 'their sales to present cusk -. are: the "indifferent"' attitude of clerksin ,Iiuce a splash of color .in 60 insects. Ana: for safety sake 11 Palmer; and.Tab. Hunter. It i

tomexs,,.P;Inds,at. : the same time, attract, local storey; the new 50 cent fine to 90 days. These tall stem apply a weekly dust of chlordane i I is based en a hit Broadway ; OF MS '

new;l bu rs. He. takes a enetratinlooltat for parking meter' violations; and the beauties" h3ve.eye'appeal? They or dleldrin. makingthe |i play by Samuel Taylor.: i:,j 'mm YOU THINK

f ; the'physical l features,! a down) failure of some businessmen to live up I attract: attention as a garden applications follow themanufacturers' I I Filmed largely on location ; WATCHES-DIAMONDS

towp '-area. ;, .such as buildings; open .to contracts and other obligations. flower, a: bouquet in the home, 'directions I in San Francisco, the production 1 Think
r areas, streets and off-stree't parking, Whether these 'things ark actuallya or rh'urch.'For' an 'arrangement- :tor: the When blossoms begin to tells the light-hearted REPAIRSAll o.SLADE GAS
story of a girl [Debbie Work Guaranteed
and other Reyn
factors that can help bring factor in an estimated $5,000,000 show, don't'be too hasty cut-
blend of colors,
a olds
plant who
has a hard A. C. Williams
: in new customers or drive: them_ away. worth of business going out of town several varieties of glads. tine them for home use: Allow time deciding

} : Perhaps" it's just the recent heat annually isstnirig'we: need to know. Start with June Bells or at least'two lower' florets to J!I i c harming between playboy her gay father and 142 W. Call St. I Your Business is; Appreciated;

" wade, or the much talkecl-of :reaessipnor ; These ,things} should '1 ije discussed openly White Friendship for'a snow open fully before cutting thej.i I Fred Astairel, whom she 'Starke, Fla.'I'

? perhaps not: But the remains and freely, and steps taken to remedy white'(, _. display', jingle in a few o.p ikes. I hasn't seen in 15 years, and 'I J"!,
.. that for the last two or thr e Saturdays them \if found to be a contributing corms: of Hbpmari's Glory' orSpgtlight Gladioli; wIn last about a 1 \ I u ; !

m Call Street' has' peen distressingly 1 faqtor.td< so much tradigout of town. variety for a splash week In the home. For longer !

t shy of, shoppers. Have the customers 'A good start has been made in this of yellow., Add Valeia. ur'San clean/;lasting any beauty free, of keep bacterial vases AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE i You Can AffordOur Prices '.
Souci for red hues and. plant ;
: stopped shopping or are they. stopping direction by the committee recently Elizabeth the Queen for ,a .,lime. Use one-quarter teaspoon 964-2600 ; .. '.>
t elsewhereThat is the named the Retail Merchants Divi-
Starke by
question of Clorox or similar
dash 'of lavender,
J merchants need to find out! and do sion to. study this problems and make i f For feminine pink select bleach" in the water to control DeWitt G. Jones Funeral Home' . Additions, Florida

something about. re om endations. The committee i id .few, ,corms of Friendship Spick bacteria. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral 1 ,Director: : Rooms, Aluminum 1 Windows

1 Several weeks ago a gentleman! planning a merchants get-together for end Span, or Phantom Beauty: Also: change water in the Starke, Fla. kind of

> came, into cur office, pulled up a chair Friday;;;night, August 11, at the America Gladioli thrive best in a !I vase every third day and cutoff RENTAL SERVICES I or any
and said he'd been all well-drained soil in a an inch or more of the Hospital Beds Home Improvements..
reading i recent ar- ; Legion.hallwhen; local busjness- sunny Wheel Chairs, Crutches I '
base of the stems at that time.
t tides, about Starke merchants planning ,men and their families! will. be ,guestsat location. I \ \
J { to combat! the practice of trading' out 'a smoked mullet! supper. To,prepare a bed for plant- ask For: your additional county Information agent for I : '!I -' Free Estimates

I I v of town. Every merchant.t who thinks tlip picture ing lemove., cultivate all weeds thoroughly and trash.and Circular 188.Robert I GLASS That's Our Business Perhaps need another
', J "Do you want tq know why tbeY', : can be improved, and who is not I NO you
fe Mark off the rows in the i : "If. It's' Glass We Have It" Bathroom, A Porch
) trading out of town?" he satisfied with the "status quo" '(which \ : '
asked. Nal planting bed-: perhaps to forma O... Daniel, CALL WRITE' : or VISIT
i i f Down Payment A New Roof,
turally, we told him to go ahead and will get worse unless steps are taken) design that will add additional Enclosed

(; ) fire. Of the :things, he 'mentioned,' some should attend' this ,impgi tent meeting. Beauty at blossoming I Retired- Conductor, SHEA'S GLASS CO.NOT 5 Yrs. To Payor a Paint or Siding Job! !

'. were serious and some more or less Remember the words 'of'Mr. Redman lime. Dies In Sarasota, .

! i trivial-such as some stores,not giving : "Merchants in small communitiesmay In well-drained or very sandy ( INC.)
soil, pr pia'two or three Robert O. Daniel, 78, of 53 .CALL
stamps with'purchase actually be driving customers FREE ESTIMATES
green $ iinless.I trench i Goodrich Ave., Sarasota died "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co. FOR ; ,
' inch for On
] [ "you asked for them" away fom, stores but it need not planting.
I or pivinj? them .their : early- Saturday morning in FOR ANY GLASS NEED
clay place the
or orgaijiq fols
I)! C only to favored customers. But them be that way." Let's see that it doesn't We
corms af ground levelground and Sarasota Memorial Hospital,, Design Modern Store:; Fronts:
'i !; Dortant- fact is that-all. :these n. __. thin__u...!.... batmen... .. ,in Starke. up the earth at least after an extended iiihess.Mr. Just Mail Us A Pattern For Bradford Building Supply

r ; four inches over the "bulbs". ., Daniel was born in Table Tops
I : Access: To Lakes' Needs Protection Set corms, firmly into the Madison, Ga. and at one time 1313 N. )V. 4th PL Gainesville Fla.
J Phone
I 964-5291
;Ii i .. sail. four"to'six inches apart lived: in Starke.. He, moved to 1\ ': t. .FR2-4353 1. 'II" i 301 E. Call St. Phone
water in rows that are two. to three Sarasota In 1923. retiring in I' ,,
Florida's average citizen may soon structed to meander navigable '--

l H | find an almpst insurrooupUb] .problem bottom eandering amounted to es- feet When anArt'panting b finished, after 1948 as 31 a years Pullman of service.conductor He I ." ,, ,- -" .' -, -_..,- _. ,-,,"" --- '--,'..- -- C_..' _.'r. ....., a

( ; of whereto. launch his bo't J? or ,swim tb lislhinj' ;* a line which followed the rake in' ar commercial fertilizer was a member of the Baptist :I

r r ,t or fish in most of the state's estimated curvature: of the lake. such as a 4-8-8 [NPK1 on the Church In Sarasota. serving

r E 30,000 lakes.This Federal jurisdiction over navigable sides,pf the,,beds_ ,but not directly as a deacon and a trustee. ',
t is the conclusion of t yo uni- TCater? is defined as "navigability inf.act. 'ovci the corms. Surviving are his wife. Belle New Finance. Plan'I

: varsity law.,; professors: wfro recentty J. ." The "fact" generally recognized Use' about 2 V 2' pounds bf )Edwcrds Daniel also, a for- : ,

" !p completed 'a study of the public's leg alright by .the: federal courts is '"susceptibilityto plant food 'per 100" feet' row. mer resident.Rev. Russell sial tee; one ,
tile son Daniel of
Water area to. dissolve
I to use commercial traffic.
use God-given lakes. Unlesssomething by
the fertii'ier.By Rome. Ga.; 'and two grand-
'': is done to reverse the pres- No well-defined set of guiding cases children. i,
selecting varieties or
ent trend'of "closing off" lakes. the has yet been established in Florida's planting on alternate weeks. Funeral services were held: AT

: picture ,doesn't look top promising for courts, but it is suggested in the study :it is possible to ext nd. flowering aXlO.a. m. Monday in Toale ;, '
: those not.fortunate enough to own lake that "a fish camp operator might be over a considerable period. Bribers: .Funeral Home in \

front 'property. the provider of the necessary commer- While awaiting" for the Sarasota, with Rev. W. R. *

't.. In 'view of these findings, it is cial traffic, since the rental 'he chargesfor flower spikes to show keep Hamilton, officiating.. 'Interment

heartening to know that BradfordCountY" the use of his craft could be foundto the glads free of weeds.' Skim was In Manasota Burial' i
ming the soil with a small hoes Faxk _
furnish the in-
jis t making some progress to- requisite, economic .

,,;; ,ard its goal of''establishing ublic ac- terest." pest; the plants.best way Also to shallow.defeat'cultivation the. CHUKCH. .EXPRESSES '* ,
I cess spot on each lake in the county. But the study cautions: "Certainlyit THANKS ;'
causes less damage
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?The first milestone toward this laud- would! be .unrealistic. and inapprppri-. ..i. -. --' j .: ,
y .Qj: qts. UIjf rtjfl JjMllnn) ... ,.... .. !I' ,<
i' :able) goal .was reached several weeks ate to suggest that every pond that Univf9it.Y Qf .FJqrida Ex- of 'IfaptrstC .. =- .... -, :
\ *a,Q, when a boat ramp, built wjth the could "fl loat a rowboat be declared navigable !. periment .Station horticulturists urch would like to take thisopportunity "

::'cooperation of the State Game & Freak i and open to the public." !I say that (lads.on medium of showing our ,

::;\\ater Fislj QommiiioD, was opened. ..to Small lakes not considered :nfivi.ga- I soil need another applicationof ( appreciation the wonderful to way each vcd o',you contributed for- it \

*-t public on '.C09P. Y-owned., property ble on which all the sur'roijn jng .lands, I fertilizer about? five weeks .four. tin. lalents, f.
:fbi! 'Little. Lake 'Santa Fe. are, privaiely: { owned are not J3artq% the after planting. On'very sandy ant prayers in behalf of our ,
It, believed problem, since the public must first the glads will grow better revival held, last' I
:irs that negotiations :will if offered at least three applications ;; week: Special .
.sue .be successful i in obtaining 'a have access to the lake before the pub- "of plant 'food thinks is extended to Rev. .
:: pi$>.:- attwoweek W.. L.: -- .
alit ja c esa: site on Sampson Lake, where lic right can be exercised. :intervals after P. McElroy, the''evangelistfo ,4, ",. ------- '
the Game Commission will also build a ,The problem is a serious one and is planting. ? the inspiring messages he [ .

boat ,ramp, and there is some hope of of vital importance to the tourist industry Spread toe fertilizer on both so..ably delivered. "

i })taining' another site on Hampton as well as the resident Floridian sides: of the ''''sow about six .We,Saviour. are grateful, Jesus to Carist.\our Lord for
'Lake who wants to continue enjoying the natural inches Irani the plants and ,
: though no tangible has thefour who joii-ed!
"been: made in that direction so far. recreation facilities of the state's without work intq''harming the the soil surface ch ,rch during this revival our // You Buy A New Horne Owing; :
root. sys
lakes. Lake front is
'< The property alreadyat aid for the many who wer
prpblem; of public access to tem. 'Water well after fertilizing '
lakes hinges largely on the court's interpretation a premium, weljl' but of reach of 'the ;to ,carry the fertilizer i into he r,crred. Baptism services will August From STARftOM $ Ypui
"at i
of held
of "navigable waters the man moderat means. Soon it will the root zone. 3:30 p. m. this .. '
be Sofeday at R. L. Reddish's -
practically unobtainable and unless
.;irecent; university report pointed out. To prevent diseases, purchase I hone I
public access has previously been estab- on Kingsley Lke.Heilbronn Will Get The following/( Items
pnly clean bright
While co rm s.
? the law recognizes the public lished, thousands of+Floridians, wellas 1 I, Baptist Church
Bright ta use waters that are declared as Usually small corms. one inch Rev: L. A. McGee, Pastor.
visitors will be 'tout "
of luck. in diameter.
are healthier
,t Navigable, 1 Jess than 220 of the state's This county has been smart to I I
,\ 1 :fakes,; are 'now officially in this category look) tons for the change. narrow meat-type animal. And
ahead citizens and and plan visitors public on all access lakes'with! for its- >. the way things are going to- I[ 1. 'free Sheet Rock 4 five Pr ss e.Treated Sills

Lakes ,that Wei'had: at pretty Buttle. cedar jiay, itwouldn'tbeataII'sur.: ? ;
are clearly navigable in its boundaries A good start hasbeen 1

,are those that; were "meandered" when made on this program, and efforts tree ''SJbarfejL'pdlCIn$I. $ griThen.none 'oyf; .,.frontyagjdapd.t ? up 1J.ci.tni.lf: his. ,fgt] a ogs toner'frgni l; :thefield,rowMed', h h3narkit 2. Free Mortgage Insurance No.1 1 Kilndried

Florid territory became a state. At to secure all other sites should Jii fiw i q.dgs ':bro r.e. s h
that' time, federal surveyors were in- be pushed to a successful conclusion.Farmer's loose'awia 'ftm'nlltrw. er. tIjU lg -tljem' f\'a: ;ireduWe've' -J
t pi ce df chaihibc! :#m; ,- lab' ')dietlo? 'Metreat, v""

\ r. M.l... ..._ ....._._ .. _I LL .1_.. Of course t tgpt .vm ,.. ..... '.- 3. Free Fire lnsurance&.No 1 ]Kihdried{ Siding '
I : when the plant beds were set around the little cedar and got the slowest crepe ;
ruined ;t. We myrtle In the world, ,
thought for one bar none.
; out. often in shivering cold -
1 Diary I angry moment ,of boiling the The shrubs are blooming allover 'I'Ii f
weather and it is
i with growers; cropping ending the now last ;wo of them in oil but 'gave I chis country (those, on,; 7. THREE MONTHS BEFORE FIRST PAYMENT

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leaves in hot fields and in between up as expensive and a lot.of pS 301 approach to Stark ]i '
By Sam. McGarvey those times'there :iToUier! .especially: in: this, hweather tI .especially, pr ttyJ. and yet.
was .
ours for some reason have not < 7 !' '
lion whatever that means. It ; plenty of hard 'work.A .
I j come out yet. ....
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teems to us to be a good You can see many examples i 'S. T.> ,

tie to "hunt. .the. shade." I I berry grower said this of the ou! and the new type of Had .a sjvim .tills ,.vek ovat er cludedn Your I CLIP AND MAIL. TODAY I

i week that he was going towait buildings kids {side out in St. Augustine .Beach ,and, Monthly .
Tobacco fanners got their untll'.affer'Dog Days were the country. la one' case the; enjoyed it until we saw 'something .
t. first pay checks of the season ever [Sept. 51 to set JJd log'cabin puipie-3str'washed Payments! : ..I STAR HOMES, INC. !I
out right next to a up on : .
:ast Thursday when UiE 638 N. EDG..,rOOD, '. ." '-1"J... t"" ,'" i'lI'
plants. That is. still .earlier :newly "t constfucjted: "shell"home i the shore tliat:a,lifeguard call .. -" -ti: : 1f
.. kets opened' and from all're'Well than most farmers are figuring! ,and these two buildingshad ed & ,Man of War jellyfish. It ,1. Complete JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1 :: ,'..

: thE.Qoi,Days started pons the prices l -are.good."One; 1! on for 'here lately! the date one 'thing in common n: is supposed. to ,be. .1* dangerous Wiring ,:. : .: [I .
,!)ast Friday and ja nlin Q to thins certain, growers earn- 'I I ior setting out 'Plants has each was put up in 'a hurry. customer to come'into contact Name '
also I for ------ u--
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?our almanac "it. is one season td eteq penny they received. been pushed back until October The oil one was probablyerected [ :with. .' p.. .: I I ; 'C.f'I, I II
!of the year thai: calls for tolerThe season started back in and ,even November Plastic iu(,> "buikUng; Ijee" 'in j i. 2. Address _: : 't' : '
1 Uan. rather than celebra- late ,December and January. mulch Is which neishborstuimehelped in and ;! melon] vine on our garbage, 'Rough. Plumbing '.I ?--! -:--.- t > ,:-. ..-,--.------- I
:one of the
.\ reaI" f : (put Up the home in, a : burying place is about to take I. Direction.. If Route -_._":"... ..r-L ':'_nn_____.--H II ;
f ; -'-'--- I lay; the '*8he borne, as swei i over. It apparently grows 'afoot 3.: All... ':.Inside'Doors., fc R f I

.' ., .. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. i 1 know, is also, -put up Quickly( a dsy'arkt-.. although. it -" ,I fj Send' BIt.,. Brochure-. .- VTfj '/ '. I I. .
I, ; : A ESTABLISHED. 1870 by"agang of builders. has blooms: we still haven1 J, 4. II.Jnslde Trim -' '.. '. I
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"f _. fit : 'S seen any fruit Looks like it J .
J .However, there is i might be some sort of gourdrf -, I II
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1. .Florida's oldest weeldyNewspaper onedifference. I i 5.. A_ Inside, P am t. --- --. d- -- ..
Published Conllnuou&ly Years ago. when, ; t
the home built M i i Sam some cuttings < .
Under TheMasthead Swe was the 'o took; .
"' ". 'I "owed" a littte labor fo his frown oroaaientals a while ago, :
neighbors, but that was alL r and carefully planted them iar i
E. L.Editor. MA 11H "S '. Toay.lf5 a matter of io ,a'rotting-IpI.'after treating, STAR H-OMES I. I. '
i ,..I much;down< ; ,:and: so much 'a'i the cutting!.with rooting tom-: : nc :
and O'fUtt month. for.a..-along.* long time,i. ,poimiiHe qBA sow leltjover.j .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES < *"* I j Sq fst"heelef them inb r et .. -.'
K t' IN TRADE AREA OUTRIDE TRADE AREA !Hogs of, today, are .supposed! | :'batk_ "of a dl hOf-cburse, i.
4. 'I I 'O 'E YEAR '", '. .. 3.00 ONE YEAR '" '" ,.x,30six to &Te the same slender/trim! you know what'hajppined.; The < V J' .gnyiH. "
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... MONTHS 1.75 fIX MONTHS 2.00 ,I lines that women battle to cartfuDy plantedcuttmgs: ar? : t'

.t." .... THREE t... .MONTHS... .'' .I..00 THREE... MONTHS. 1,15 1' preserve and men ogle tjnotdoing,; so weD' rut you .:' ::63&N.f k.w,9AA,. .t'-A ver ,l'"f' I
,'Ii'_ \: : Pabllr t ,f' :' at the Post Office at Starke, F1a. colder Act of March 3, 1879 monster of yesteryear and in looking ones that were Just '4 f- t
!r w' 4 .. -s, ."'"' r its place have neeled : j .
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Jehovah's Witnesses I Fernandina each later ,this i I representative of the Watchtower I William A. CooJ' 't

To month for a three-day, semi- Bible and Trac 'Society f i\l ea i
'Attend, .... Meeting j'annual meet with 17. other. of New York, will be the: feat- ( Held' i I
a_ I COn&legat1oms. 'About eoo witnesses tired speaker. His' topic i Tor LastKeet! I
eeman R Shenehon., local are ,expected., to attend Sunday, Aug; ,,27 at $ p. m. 'I -
presiding minister 'foiJeho- the opening session Friday will be "The .20th Cv'Qtury, inBlbie' I WiUiam A. '*Coo*/,.$e. of WHY STRENGTHEN AN:1lI: ; ,

vah's Witnesses, announces night, Aug. 25, at the municipal Prophec ." -- .- I Waldo a formef" fesiuerft' '6f :
that tine.'entire Starke congre- auditorium.D. All sessions are op?r. to the METHODIST, CHURCH ii i BOATDRAIN. BAPTISTCHURCH Stare died July 23 at .the j""f. .,. \ '
i ,! :\ home of his Daughter lii .Or- .. "' -Klt.
gatienInvited, .. to leave for J. Thomas, a raveling public. I| Schedule for week of ..Augt \ l ;* .,
I I Sunday School, 10 a. m. lando. He wasa Triember of : ., ,
-" j, .. 6: I the j EMEMY? r
,Morning Worship; 11 a: m. Oneco Church' of Christ ; ;
Sunday! Church School l. Training; Union, 6SO: p. n.'Evening I I Surviving are hiSwife,'Airs.i t i ii i
.. _:i I tf,45_ a. ffi. Morning Worship, i ji Worship; 7:30 p.: nit i i Ladle Coot: a son, George ti j: .
11 a. m. Snack_ Supper for ;I IYF Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,;j Cook of Bradentori :' a fouglfj i j! .
:\{ 6:00: ( p. m. Youth' Meet- ,\\7:30 ,p. in.Pastor tei-;,. Mrs. Marie Wren; brtarfj J j Recently someone asked my opinion of whether we should '

lags, 7 p.. m. Youth Choir"r i j Rev. Barney Sweat. .j do: cue brbtHer; five siSters, !! permit\ Red_ Cnina t into the U. N. There are: van' 'ed 'kn3.Joif- .
a. .4z he.arsal. 130p. m. EveningWorship : < .and three grendchIlcen.'Funeriel j jj ,.
tt ;
i iI I est opinions on this question, but I am also honest t'when. '. -\
J I I ; 8 p. m. I i> FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH, j services were held state that I do not believe a person fully understands l CQOI. "
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Monday Circle. 2 WSCSI j rat 2 p. m.; Tuesday, July 25,
JI 4ntey
6.f 6. muhlsm when they hold a doubt about this admission. I am'totaI1y
I I I meets at name of Mrs. L. D. A. E., Massey, Pastor !I Shannon; Chapelitli Rev. I !
I I I Green at 3 p. m-, with Mrs. C. j Bible school, 10'8. in: Olin Hastings, pastdf of the i iprieco I t against* t i if.t. .
D. William) as co-hostess. Official ,; Preaching!,11 a. m. Church. of Christ,, bfifciaiing. ; There! are those who .use the argument that Mitt xeprg
I :: Board meeting at the Evening! 'Service, 7:30: p. m. Burial was in the, t tManaso'ta sents :
a new I II one-fourth of the world's total. population so should.
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Part .
.church, 1:30: p. m. Bible ;St dy'and Prayer Burial j '
; be admitted. Others state t that we.should. bring .them to the
Pallbearerswere, nephews
i.I Tuesday Circle 4 meets Meeting 7:30 'p. m.; Wedges olj
Little' f.\Jlwn f.\Jl,1 at home ol Mrs. John Torode .day. the deceasedJesse, Edward.1! conference table} where; ,we4 can sit down and discuss our dif
paY a ,@) 8 p.in. ., I I Jimmy, George. Robert, and ; fer ne s. There are still others that believe since' wfc are,already ,

Get a.Lqtl U U L.I U I i I Wednesday Prayer Ser- CHURCH OF GOD Leo Ricks ITwo j ji dealing with! Russia in the U. N.,- we should also per- ,

ana vices arid Bible Study, 7:30 7:30 p. m., Evening'Worship.:! mil. Red China. None of these, seem like valid reasons to, me.
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.: .'i econolU' ] tol11a" p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -!; -Pot Still 1 i I
get it horn j tOa\.l s- ne Thursday Chancel Choir Worship 11 a. m. Sunday.1 i Destroyed Here i i i'i Red China is a part of a world wide conspiracy to de stx y ; !
I Ym'tIm wit h ,t\ ny' oneconomy rehearsal, 7:30: p. in. Evening Service, 7:45 p. m.., I enslave you and all people everywhere. If# talking with
GAY eat_ Nylon. YPE Service Wednesday, ?:J45''i;: A two ''pot" moonshine whiskey them would) solve anything certainly we would be willing to

I; lot" we mean S-T cord t Ire.that's I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday,; stAt,jwk\. a'total Capacity'i i talk, but 'for forty three years, we have learned thrpugh ..
: ': triP\etell1preting. Ana -. CHURCH 7:45: p.'m. I i of 1,300 'gallons 'was.::raided actual experience that there is no basis for trust. The 'only :

tOUg pen to Barry, D. VanDeventer, f 1' and destroyed Tuesday by', f ..th't n place in a Communist f is that you can exp>et:
t" >a tread Itiileaegspetch Minister [ CHURCH i three Bradford County deputies him_ to act like one; that is, to deceive, lie, use trickery; !.l .
ike-Jrov d 390, N. Cherry_ St. I aiorij with state- and- fed-. !to gain his objective. should knojyh .
yeallY'l's Sunday School and Worship,i eral authoritieS. JVhj; we strengthen I a \ : ,
tna..e Thursday Choir Practice, \ whose it enslave)
tOO, to < -2 to4 m. sund Fo-Ieral enemy purpose is to or destroy us?
pre, 8 m. p. y. i officers also confiscated :
the fottnanC6 p.
air that its, 'etr saps{acswe Sunday Sunday School, Tuesday Prayer;;Meeting- -:, one vehicle' at the !\ I am convinced: it would be a gross error to admit Red China ;
l :d' w r ll.be to yo em. on !Jour THE 9:45: a. m. Morning AVorship, 7:30 p. m.Saturday I still'site, about three miles It could only serve to strengthen the Communist throughput .
Put \ Church Services7:30 not r ieast of Starke. One of | '
( n 1110\'e\ 11 a. m. I the 'world and mark a turning point for increased violence :
1 astnart
:: the two pots had an 800 gal- !'
:' NYLONALLWEATHER l for the purpose of advancing closer to their goal. At
3.T HEILBROXN : Ion capacity: and the other ;
I ,' BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS'CHURCH l') 500, but only 83 gallons of the 1 1j ,: the same time it would weaken the will of the free nations., ;
It i j white lightning was found who are how our friends, to resist. .

Sunday School, .10 .I t end poured out.m '
a. m.Morning' Sunday School), 10 a. m. ;
AT ;" !! The. majority of people will follow a, strong and determined,
TUBELESS* STARTING Worship 11 a. m.Tr.ining il
SIZE JUBHYPE Morning Worship, a. -
j i I ; .Union, 7 p. m. n-I j Evangelistic services, 7:30 I t
Black White Black White p.j forger r Guilty \: WILLING T ACCEPT FULLY AND DEDICATED-
ing Worship. 8 p. m. Prayer m. >#
6.70115 $12.88 $15.88 $14.88 $11.88 8' 8 i iI Mscting Wednesdays, 730; p.,1 I "Come, let us reason to i LY OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO, COMBAT COMMUNISM lf
7.10115 14.88 17.88 I m. Rev. L. A. McGee.. ; ,gether." On.2; Counts AND TO PROVE THIS WILLINGNESS WITH ACTION,'VE "

t 1.60x16.1.0011& 16.88 12.88 19.88_ -_ -- pluttu l 1 Mrs. Rex Brookins, pianist; Gene Tuney' Stegeman, 33, CA$ ,EXPECT THE SUPPORT OF THE FREE WORLD "
D. R. Redding choir director; LAUREL MISSIONARY TO RALLY BACK OF US. "
14,88 11.88 Mtf Hd tin was sentenced to five years WE CAN ALSO EXPECT AD-
1.50114 Iff Jlur cvAD Rex Brookins;: Sunday Schoolsuperintendent BAPTIST' CHURCH. each PlTIONAL SUPPORT SURPASSED 'PEO-
__ ,.0.0114 11.15 21.00 on two counts of forgery FROM THE .
I H. Green, t '
r ; W. and utteiing'a forgery in circuit PIES BEHIND .THE IRON CURTAIN. THEY AWAIT AN ,
; 'Y
.. I I Training: Union director. I II Rev, D. E. Willis, .Pastor. ,
fried ptat twine the ill U's.ft "lIr car court here' Thursday
: Sunday School and, Worship. .
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nior.iing. '
Judge George L.
r 1 I1IGULBAI1'IST 2. to .4 p- Sunday. :I
Patten oder the sentences to', 'r
I NO MONEY DOWN as low as $1.2.5 weekly CHURCH* .; 7:30:Tuesday p. m.Saturday. Prayer' Meeting- run concurrently; :': We have received a limited supply of J,.Edgar Hoover's book : :

f Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Church Services Stegeman' previously served "Masters of Deceit." We expect more within a few ;'da ys.. i j
I Morning Worship, ;11a. m. and I a five year term at Raiford invite '
I 7:30 p. m. ; We you to read this book FREE of cost .to you.:U you
7:30 p.' m. Prayer Meeting each for forgery; and' is now 6hparole
G000fiEARMORE will come by the store, we will gladly lend you this book tored.
Wednesday, 7:30: 1 from California.
p. EVERGBlfEN < -
BAPTIST CHURCH Ha 'was charged. with forg: .. When .you have finished. you may return! it 39 that ,
ing two checks on Herb : others may have the same p.TltdeJre.Ve urge you to take t
PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ANY OTHER KINO 9 i Sunday School 10 a. m Thomas, ,loci drive-in rest- ;; advantage this opportunity, for it is important that each .. ir t ir

Preaching, il a. m.: Training! r aurant ov.ner. One check,- fa '. of. us learn all we can about this evil. '

: Union 6:30: p. ,m. Preaching! $43.27, was given to Wig n i

:"GOODMAN'S SERVICE STATIONu. .J666I 7:30: p. m. Prayer "'Meeting' ', Dixie and one for $$43-66-'to I; . SLADE GAS OF STARKE t i..
:Wednesday-. 7:30 p. in. Set/ r's. I .
Wednesday -Bible study, S!: geman pleaded guilty to I
South :
S. 301 at City Limits Seeber D. Goodman
I +7:30 p.: m". Jos. -E.! :''Norman'l the charges when arraigned I .

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swamp with'the: notation thatit Teen-Timers Win Starke BuildersTo Ayery's 1957 Anglla Ford
I Non-Existent Doll FestivalSet Five Injured
Council OK's Fair Board
was impracticable to survey. S were estimated at $300, according -
Second Round Off Tie In
Play Sunday
II .q to Policeman Uosser.
For "11
Aug. I
River I The area was resurveyed in In Dance ContestLarry Florida Pest Control gained Collision Here Most :-serious among the five
I Cab Fare Hike Plans Drive injured wa.! Avery'swife.
Mapped 1553 however,by A. M. Randolph j EL tie for first place In the second passengers
The Stark Recreaton: Department Nettle, 65, who washospitahlzed -
one of the best surveyors and Vickie Devrick t half of the Jaycee Midget A Sunday morning collision

a ; [Continued from Page One employed by the government (Continued From Page One) l is sponsoring the represented the Starke TeeD :Baseball League by defeating I at the corner of West Washington in Lake City with

in those early days. He l Continued From Page One] first city-wide Doll Festivalon Time Club again this week on J Starke Builder's Supply 6-2 in. and North Church possible internal injuries.
Lagrgreeh| said that would: stimulate growth of the Friday. August 11, at the
what ran lines through the swamp it crosses the railroad, and the Channel 12 Dance Party ]last Monday's game.. Streets In Starke left a 1954 Four passengers in Crawford"-
some people mistake as a river and left extensive field notes annual event., uso. and won the Dancing Contest Pest Control and Builder's Chevrolet station wagon a total -
flowing out of Little an Inca pipe where Orange Definite! plans for for the festival station wagon suffered cuts
Santa raisingthe Registration:
Fe )but made no mention of a intersects Melton for the second straight week. Supply each finish with identl-; :oss and Injured five persons -
I Is actually a short slip be- liver. Hicks also Street. additional $5,000 in local will i>e from 4 to 5:30: p. m., Both Larry and Vickie won I cal 6-2 records for the second! -- none seriously. and oruises; they were Craw-
.#eyed to have been told the board funds have not been made. the dolls will be display
yet and -
excavated on for their ,
radios 37
In ccmmentlng on the that; the Florida State Boardof dancing performance J half! of the season. They will Thomas L. Avery 67, Starke, foru's wife. Esther. Ruby
during the This the north plat- from 7 to 8 to tha public.
early 80's for year
4 mythical river, McMillan expressed ilealth has taken samples and will compete ]play a sudden death game Wednesday war charged with running a KeiSwh, 49 and Frank Keisch,
drainage or logging form at the Starke market PrIZes will be awarded to
purposes. again this Saturday : the
., This might have been done hope that engineers i of the "bad" water In Saratoga will be uted to house exhibits first and second place win- ] to see who will play stop sign and causing an aecide.lt. 42. Four children in he car
: Championship Dancii' Conj
V ho dream of a navigable j first half winners Johns Oil to City
Heights for according
about the same time the canal analysis. The and tents will be rented for ners in each classification. were not injured.
waterway from the Suwannee ompany in a two-out-of-three
health Policeman William Rosser.
board E.
took the
was dug from Lake samples additional entered in the test.They
needed. be
Santa Fe space as may will be shown on TV
through the Santa Fe River I championship playoff.
upon the request of the city'sengineers. Avery was fined $7 1.50\ inMayor's
through Lake Alto to Waldo and lakes and on to Lake Reynolds Smith & Ths association is planning\ following divisions: Saturday afternoon between The playoff for the City Court Monday with

for water communication be- George haven't been misled Hill of Jacksonville.: to greatly enlarge the prenv 1 Best Dressed Doll 4 and 5 p. m. in their final i Championship will be held the recommendation that he W.C.T.U.GLASSES .
been that town and Melrose. lum list tills in order to 2. Most Unusual Doll
by maps depicting a river year appearance. Thursday Friday, and Satur- be re-examined for driving.
M. Q. McMillan. Starke surveyor flowing out of the north end Jack Seimer a representative create more interest among 3. Prettiest Doll I day of this week. AFFECT VIS-
I and grandson of of the Electrical Chem- It is hoped that I. 4. Best Home-Made Doll The Chevrolet station wagon ION ESPECIALLY
Mr. of Little Santa Pe."Theyll exhibitor Mrs. Snellen ResignsAs I Standings W L GB IF
.Lagergrcii, verifies the fact ical Company of Cleveland adjoining counties which do 5. Best Foreign Dl: : 'Starke Builder's 6 2 was driven by John Salvln THEY'RE EMPTIED: MANY

I that government field notes be mighty disappointed -i. Ohio, told the board that he not have fairs, will join in 6. Most Dolls Health Nurse Florida Pest 6 2 __ Crawford of Starke. who with I TIMES."

[ make no: mention of a river or -f they try to run a could supply a chemical to and maks: this eventually a 7. Dolls with Prettiest Community Bank 154 his family was on his to [THE'AMERICAN\ ISSUE.]
boat don that line netaraliz3 the iron In the Wardrobe. Mrs H. B. Ingram will way
I liver channel through the wavy : three or four county event suc- I Johns Oil 264 a family reunion. Damages to
water lines. The chemical 8. Largest Doll ceed Mrs. Martha Snellen asI ,
I s\vamp north of Santa Fe. shown on the maps, McMil -

II The first government sur lan says. That part of the would coat the walls of the Judge ListensTo 9. Smallest Doll public health nurse vith the

Vcyorm 1831. dismissed the r'ver exists on paper only." water lines and prevent corrosion 115 ExcusesAt Fcr further infcrmatlon Bradford County Health Department -

..j :- : but would not help contact the Recreation De effective this
) the sulfur situation or neutra- Plea Day partment. > month, ij

lize any iron pumped from the Mrs. Snellen was marriedon e

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS wen Itssif, he said. Council County Judge T. A. Yawn Farmers Will Elect Friday July 28, to ThomasE.

told Siemer that no action heard 115 excuses not manyof : Crutchfield of Hazard Ky. : :20 Words or less one time _____. ,85 Memorials, Resolutions un fie per word

wouid be taken until a report which he considered very ASC CommitteemenBy and resigned her position since) If not paid fa advance ____ _1.80 (Cards of Thanks, up to CO words !.5O

is made'by the engineers and good during Plea Day in Mail Ballot she will no longer reside in! Keyed or Blind Ads _____ 1.00 Over 50 words _._- u.___. 5o per word
the tate health board. this area. She returned to her| .
county court last Thursday, Each
additional word over 20 ___ 65 Display ads in Classified -_.--__ 1.50 loci
QUALITYSERVICE Councilman Carl Lamar July 27. j The election of County Agricultural home oh Brooklyn Lake i per

Johns suggested Stablizatien and Conservation Thursday and will remain I FOR SALE Electric Steel
a developingthe Heading the list of offenses i: KINGSELY LAKE HOUSE for) HASTINGS MATTRESS\
eld city dump, on Edwards were 50 speeding cases and 12 Committeemen in here for a short while to I Guitar good and amplifier. Very rent by week or month. 3 bedroom & UPHOLSTERY
condition WORKS
I $60.
Road south of Starke now improper passing charges-two Bradford County will be conducted familiarize Mrs. Ingram with seen at Bullinston's Studio.Can be electric kitchen. dock

unused, for a possible indus- old stand-bys. Voluntaiy intoxication by mail ballot again the work of, the department. tfrhsr, and picnic shelter. Phone 533- 710 Lemon St. Palatka
964-6461. Furniture
or tfchff
trial site. Johns said it wouldbe and passing worth- this year, according to'an announcement j I Ii Repaired, Upholstered
FOR SALE -Electric Water & Refinished
a good idea to let bids to less checks were close behind I! by Felix Sapp, I II I Mrs. Lappe Plans i Heater 30 eal.: table ton model. !i

local timbermen on the treeson with eight offenses ea,;h. chairman of the county ASC To Good condition $30. Can be I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
the property before developing committee.The Open Bakery j seen at 321 W. Madison; across CIIOICR lOCATION !
OLher cases were: atempted II I.from Winn-Dixie.. Phone 964- AT LIKE GE\EVA j Innerspringsand

ALL MAKES :t. escape, 5. cases; possession period for voting in the Mrs. Maud Lappe will open,I-5761. ___ tfehg Tw Home Under ('.."ruetlo..'I Box Springs
of moonshine whiskey and no county election will be from a pastry shop at 114 N. Wal- ; I! One 3-Bn. 2 Rath On' 3-BR. 1 Drop Us A Card or Call
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO' through August 31. LIVE IN i Bath. Near School And Shopping
REGISTER driver's; license. 4 cas s each; August ; nut St. this weekend. Area. PALATKAEA59166STAItKE
AND MODELS Xotlce is FICTITIOUS heresy given NAME that driving while intoxicated, improper The county convention to iI i Mrs. Lappe is a veteran 1 BEAUTIFUL 964-5934

the visions undersigned of under the pro- driver's license escape elect committeemembers; will baker, having had two previous J I CIIAItLES WALLF.XIF8BITILDF.R OWNERPh. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER
Chapter 20.953. Laws
of Florida. Acts of 1941 will and running stop signs 3 I be held September 12. I[ bakeries in Starke. She Keystone Heights 4192 Box 454Kestone .- Starke Agent

H' Circuit register Court with, the in ad Clerk for of Bradford the- cases each; allowing unauth-! Farmer voters will elect .! is also a registered dietician" on Lake Geneva i Jltl&lat.4tp 8-10 FOR SALE OR RENT One

County. Florida upon receipt orized person to drive reck- a committee consisting of a. and was employed in that store building and one small

this notice of proof the.f fictitious publication name of less driving 2 cases each and I chairman* vice chairman and i capacity at a local hospital A Most Unusual !!- unfurnished house,, furnished

Of "THE SHOE RACK", under hit and run, embezzlement, j regular member, as well as for four years. I HOME i' FOR Modern RENT-3 bedroom house. apt. at 321, Temple. Phone
which we are engaged in business participating: in an P if ray. .first and second alternates. I Mrs. Lappe states that the conveniences. Good 9S9-2981.
at 119 N. Walnut St. :ocatlon. $45 per mo. Phone tfchg
Your Authorized Ford Dealer. Starke, Fia.Charlie larceny of automobile, disturb- Voting for county commit- bakery will be modern in, Now UnderConstruction I 964-2465. tfchK _
.. R. Oaks. 208 PrattSt. feemen will be done by mail, COST OF LIVING WORRIES?
c ., Starke. Fla. and ing the peace removal of property every detail and first quality
Mathis. 1643 N. W. '14th Stanley Ave.. under lien assault and with the' county. ASC office I' pasu ies' will be baked fresh I This home will appeal to FURNISHED APARTMENT You can add 140 to $50 a weekto
Gainesville Fla. owners. i the discriminating buyer.Be the family 'income selling
Bradford secret ballot I FOR SALE
in tending a
County Dated this 26th day of 'July. battery one case each to eveiy; day. the looker near your home. Avon territory
early and apartments 21 5
Bradferd to eligible rooms
t A. D. 1961 Starke I complete the gamut of offenses return envelope every now available. Write .
I County. Florida. lucky buyer.Charles I baths. Two blocks from P.O. -
voter on its records. The I Mrs. Mable Gore. P. O. Box
.- I for .7-27 4t 8-17 210 N. Cherry. See owner:
3617 University Station.
mailedby WalleniusOwnerBuilder Gain-
blank ballots will be
J. R.
Bullington. tfchr
f'vt11.!:: gtrhflr 8-'
August 'ne cases were disposed of
A E of the ASC committee Keystone Heights 4192 WE HAVE a new loan program FOR SALE
D by Mayor W. T. iBillyl '
RINe SO\\ are elected for one-year lor farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 Ready mix concrete concrete

# :;:::::x.:...> "W:..... :; ..COMPANY-A.. BOLD NEW. 0.. .:::;:::::J M1. terms starting on October 1 Jackson Monday. In Mayor's Court FOR 6-room SALE house: KINGSLEY central LAKE heat. years for the of entire the farmer credit and requirements -,,block.cement cones,.mortar, fence mix posts rock, sand steel,
+ administer
fr ).V V + : > of each year. They Gene T. Stegenaa. forgery, carport & utility room. deep his family. Gainesville oyster shell limerock. and roof

; : 4 such programs as Agricultural turned oyer to county auth- well pump. Bath house and tion Credit ProdUC-1 gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg
4 : Conservation, Marketing Quotas orities. dock: 12 x 20 workshop. North Main, Bradford Engineering Co.
: Soil Bank Feed Grain Terms. Ph. 964-4394 or 964- tfchg -
; \ '
< > James Preston Wilson Jr., .1241.. Up
several others.Each
&I ACTIVATORPROTECTOR5! I .. and soliciting without a permit,
'incumbent Contact
4 ? forfeited bond of $37.50. Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. PHONE 964-4155 \
j ...,., ... ... committee will nominateat. Lacy I Conway phone 964-4051.
kGUARtAN '" ... : ., ,.:::: : : :': ::':" Reckford D. Burke soliciting tfchg Flowers wired any place. Flow- NIGHT 964-3891 or" 969-1628
'0 .. east 10 candidates for county I ers for all occasions locally. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
a permit, forfeited -
:: committeemen.: addition to Phone 964-6291. 506 East i We Wire Flowers Anywhere I IS

A :;; ; ; DTERGNT :: :1\\ these nominations be nominated other* persons late- Allen bond Bryant of $37.50.Green soliciting Real Estate Nona St. tfchg i:r" tfchg t

.. '..'- : ..:-....\'.....>'. ......>=... ...........'.w.'..., .' .. i as; August may 11 upon petition of without a permit forfeited Branch OfficeOpportunity FOR RENT Furnished apart- WORTH THE TRIP ,
w'w"' l bond of $37.50. The ments. Reasonable rates. Near Mobile Homes Always ,
10 or more fanners. Voters three were selling encyclopedias shopping center. Phone 969- below market, and clean. ,
( may also write,in the names In Starke without obtaininga 2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt. LAKE GENEVA

: of candidates on their ballots. proper permit. UNITED FARM AGENCY,' [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg TRAILER PARK

> Any farm tenant, operator' Maurice J. Viau excessive America's most progressive, BE SURE to see WORLD 1 mi. SE of Keystone' Hts.
r ,. or owner may vote in the real estate broker Is
expandIng -
\ \ ). speed and failure to have vehicle BOOK before buying any en- on. Route 100.. .
< \ '? > county election if he is now In Florida! Over 75,000 '
4 : V j under control and being clopedia. M. A. Payne, your
...). :. .:: t-: :... ff- participating in or Is eligible j involved in an !accident, sales of ranches farms, businesses local representative since 1956. *, BABY SITTER! AND HOUSE-
to participate in any of the not and retirement homes I Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg I! KEEPER for workin mother-
*) > > administered by the guilty. 1 8 hours a day. Sat. and Sun.
from to
: program Oregon New York to)
: ASC committee.Playground Maggie Braker Eaington, i FOR SALE OR RENT: Blockhouse off. Must furnish references.
county Florida
1' ;
driving on wrong side of road furnished: all-electric and health card. Phone 964

and causing an accident case We .are now seeking capablemanagement kitchen [REAL] hot & cold 1663. tfchgi
*>v water. Will sleep 8. Salt
*w. ..,. : }-yf"y) : ..! Outing :postponed until defendant Is I for at UNITED Sprines. Fla. Good fishing &i i I WANTED. RIDERS to Cecil
Is Gala Event released from hosplta 'branch office In the beautiful swimming: Ph. 964-3965. Field 5 days week. Leave

Sebe Harris, disorderly con- :Starke area. Naturally we prefer 4tDd D 8-10' Starke 7 a. m. arrive Cecil

total l gasoline : For 30 Youngsters I duct, put on 30 day probation I'l I'' a licensed broker or salesman Field 7:30. Leave Cecil Field
5:30 P. m. Phone 964-3081
j and ordered to pay a fine of i but will consider unli. durinsr day or 964-6044 after
The City Recreation Depart- $77.50- I'i'ceased
TENNECO. AN ACTIVATOR. Full power fast. Quick You get all of these qualities in b'otH Tenneco ReguTaiand ment sponsored a cook-out Thomas Lafayette Avery :: and wife combinations i
last Friday night from 7 to 9 :running stop sign and causIng \j''\who are "Go-Getters" and have I SalesParts
assured. Performance Tenneco Premium. "Total Gasolines". Gasoline? I
starts always. Smooth idling your p. m. at the Pratt Street j an accident, fine $77.50i\,iwilii good references. (We will help Wrecking at II

car was built to deliver. with muscle, determination, enthusiasm. Gasolines that Play round. More than 30 I recommendation that de- :you get your license). I J

give car new lust for the highway-that come alive youngsters, dressed as Indians, !: j fendant oe re-examined. for I
Controls knock your <
TENNECO A GUARDIAN. engine j If you are interested In Increasing Camp Blanding Service
enjoyed group game* during driving. i: t
when touch toe to accelerator. .Gasolines that loott
rumble pre-ignition. Gives even engine performance. you ( your present earnings,
engine the evening. The boys participated !- Harrell E. Stough
at the road and say "go". _. in archery contest I:I )larceny, sentenced to,SO petty days ,willineto work hard and de Beautiful 2x48 2x6'* COLUMBIA SAW CO.

TENNECO A DETERGENT. Prevents "carburetor "Total Service", too. Friendly, fast, courteous servics with Ronnie Kirkland taking in jail and fined $6.50 court vote,OWN FULL real estate TDIE business to YOUR then 2x8's 2x12's up to 22 Lake City, Fla.
honors with the highe t.score
strangle". Builds a protective shield that wards off from a dealer with a feel for cars, dedication to cars among' the Indians. costs. ,our proposition will appeal to feet long. S FARMEquipment

dangerous deposits. -your' !. car. A dealer ready to prove that Tenneco Prod This: Friday night at 7 o'- ,.you.UNITED SELLINGCHEAP For 1

TENNECO A PROTECTOR. Helps prevent engine ucts and Tenneco Service are the toughest muscle and cloci the Recreation Depart- pected to begin September' 5, IS "cashing In" on i I '*" Plowing ':,

fastest hustle on the road today.' ment will sponsor a Ueasure Gibson u d. ;;Florida's tremendous popula- Planting
trouble-free life.
Gives driving longer engine
corrosion. INDUSTRIAL_
No change Is anticipated in
Street tion
hum at the Pratt play : growth and you can! helpus .
.... TENNECO A PERFORMER Rigid quality controlS Drive in. Try Tenneco. See if the ride isn't a Setter ri3a. gro ..nd..... registration fee of $2 per "ring up the sales." Our Equipment For Every Job .

produces a clean-burning gasoline, a better performing when you take to the road from Tenneco. And see if the. All pre-teens are invited to course for the school year. j famous Illustrated catalog and PHONE 964.4001 Superior Tractor Co.

gasoline, a reliable, predictable, powerful "total gasoline" Tenneco sign isn't really a signpost a beacon spme 1'&r.1cipate. continuous, nation-wide news- PHONE EV 9-877J

to guide paper advertising will help Mime 5353_W. Beaver JaeksonvUlj
thing new by, JACKSONBuilding -
S Adults May Apply DEBIC success. .
COAST on river
For Diploma TestsUntil'August Qnr survey shows this territory and new 4 lane highway. 6

tit ho........ .. STARKE FLA.SUN.MON.TUES.. to be one of Florida's inits room for more. Sell or :
7 best for our business. Its many Supply trade. Write or phone R R.

: .;. : ', ., natural attractions create more Starke .Eau Havnes.} Qallie.1600 Fla.Pineapple Ave.UP.
I t Adults of the community AUG. 6-7-8 buyer appeal. For more details

Jj J may apply for the State Equl- about this opportunity,. write MOTOROLA PORTABLE
; !i': t
.. valancy :High School Diploma] OperationEichmann without delay. i FOR SALE 61 Corvalr. STERO player: with stand and
40 long play records /or only
Small equity and take over
r \S 1 ) untn'August -7 at the
.- daily
... 't' j3!. I, oavniente. 733 N. Lake St. $159.95. only 10.00 down at
Adult Education office In the United Farm Starke. Itp Dahmer's TV & Appliance
southeast wing, of the USO Starring: Werner Klemperer. Center. 112 East Call St. .
buflding,'L EL Gibson 'director Agency FOR RENT Unfurnished 4tci1e824 ,j'f. f
PLUS house 2 t bedroom. 513 E. -- :
of the adult education prosgra Washington or St. Contact FOR j
... Gorgo DICK GODDARD Gladys Harrington. 337 N. i DOCKS. ROOF WORK S
I .
( ENNECO1 'T'Tr The battery of tests will b? Starring: Bill Travers. District Sales Mgr. Walnut St. Up i GENERAL CALL REPAIRS
Plus CartoonWEDTHURS.
S administered. during. the weekof t' 1220 Edgewater Drive FOR SALE3 bedroom and! JIMMY RICKS I
.. : August 14.. Orlando bath unfurnished house. Conveniently 533-2672 .or P. O. Bo :m
,,. The State Department of! ., AUG. 9-101 Fla. located. Contact Stark 4khZ8-Ii I

.itt. Education>n increased the test !!|A Matter Of Morals Guy Andrews ohone S 2tchg 9646811.8-10 GENERAL ELECTRIC .AIR
Zeefrom$5t0$7.500n July In accident cases you can save CONDITIONERS & TELEVISIONS
.!4'' I J .'\( Starving: Patrick O'Neal. both time and money If you -I
UP number One.
;;\I;. 1, GibsoitJsakL.Applicants see Chiropractor first. TAKE payments: on beautiful are rated
S : YOur 21 inch R. C. A. TV set. i The finest on the marke to*
'eSdents'of! PLUS ) .
.. must !,Florida Workmens Compensation cases Dahmers & I day.
TV Aooliance
I __ ".., .. at'least '20 years of age, and Chance Meeting accepted. Phone :your Chiropractor -. Center. 112 East Call St. Itchg Why not buy the best for<< lea ,
!: < have sattsactorj' now for appointment.Bellinger money from. G. J. McGriffAppliances. .
must a
'i- ;<:! Starring: Hardy Kroger. Clinic. Phone 964- FOR RENT-2 room furnished 100 W. Call SfcPhon
: .. knowledge of both American Plus cartoonFRLSAT.AUG. 2831. 426 N. Walnut Starke. apartment private bath ? 964-6551. Itrh -"
: ." .. .." history and governmen. "i UP and entrance. carport. Utilities I

I .. Theses In these subjects are 11-12 : SALESMAN WANTEDi .furnished. No children. WANTED WOMAN to d \
Mrs. J. 1,. Simmons. 40/ W. Ironing and house work, 2
to i> : f,." given locally upon application, The Snake Woman j i I One of Florida's leading Washington St. 4tchar 8-24 dive week. Must furnish own -
I ... the d1rccioisakL i combination Life Insurance transportation. Mrs. Bill Teskbnhone

. TENNECO TALK: Now a valuable record DREAMER, and many more. Recorded By RCX*| Tenth grade equivalency Starring: John McCarthy. 101 Companies a man living has an In opening Starke FOR SALE -one 20" power Keystone 4195. ftp

_ offer at your new Tenneco station. Get a 33Vi Victor Custom Records exclusively for Tenneco tests required for certain oc- .:I PLUS who desires an income of $100 Phone mower.964-4123.Good condition S25.ltD FOR RENT- Furnished cot

long playing record album valued at $3.98 for i customers. Available only at your Tenneco sia i cupatior.&ji licenses'-are: also>> a week. If you are married: tae suitable for couple. No
Just $1.00.This terrific album called "Sing With tion. Drive in today for your"Sing With Tennecoj' available yhe.testing center. The World Of huh school graduate and between FOR SALE-Mahogany corner pets or children. Telenhone
$ the of 25 and 45
arc step table and 1 step end 934-0971. Mrs. L. D. Vinin
Tenneco" has 14 all-time favorite songs you love .. album.. Offer expires July 31, 1961I Adults planning to enroll In Suzie Wong. with .Rood character. you table. plastic tops $15. Phone "t :
EVENING BY THE iH-iI should reply.to.P. O. Box 372. S -
: evening classes the next school M-7'H.n'; : Itfhg"FOE
I MOO&IGHT.AFTERThE BALL BEAUTIFUL'I NPOST FOTNES1S Starring: William Holden. Lake City. Fla.. or call phone WANTED TO BUY used baby J
___ year are requested to register Plus Cartoon 752- 91. Lake. City. for iflrtemev SALE Oaf bedroom stroller and high chair. Phone it
during- August.. Classes. are eat-. stchx 8-r 7 r cuite. Phone) 964-0135 Itchf g4415a. \tD.J

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I swamp with: the notation thatit Doll/ Festival Teen-Timers- Win Starke Builders Five InjuredIn Ayery's 1957 Anglia Ford

;. Non-Existent was impracticable to ,sur Council OK's Fair Board J ', were estimated at $300( according -
:' Second Round To Play Off Tie Sunday I to Policeman llosser.
Set For 11
ey.The area was resurveyed in I Aug. In Dance ContestLarry Florida Pest Control gaineda Collision Here Mast: serious anionf the five
I River Mapped A. Randolph Cab Fare Hike Plans DriveI injured passengers wai Avery's
1553 however by M. tie for first place in the second -
: Department Nettle 65 who hospitalized
The Starke Recreaton wife. was -
and Vickie Devrick A collisionat
::1 one of the best surveyors half of the Jaycee Midget Sunday morning
; Continued from Page One] empluyed by the govern- (Continued From Page One) is sponsoring the repicsented the Starke Teen Baseball League by defeating I the. corner of West vYashington in Lake City with

I ment in those early days. He I Continued From Page One first city-wide Doll Festivalon Time Club again this week on Starke Builder's Supply 6-2 lit I and North Church possible internal injuries.

Laffrgreeh said that what ran lines through the swamp it the would stimulate growth of the Friday August 11, at the the Channel 12 Dance Party last Monday's game.. Streets in Starke left a 1954 I Four in Crawford-
crosses railroad and I passengers
I some people mistake as a river and left extensive field notes annual event. USO. and won the Dancing Contestfor Pest Control and Builder's Chevrolet station wagon a total -
flowing out of Little Santa'Pe )but made no mention of a an 18 inca pipe where Orange Definite plans for raising Registration for the festival the second straight week. Supply each finish with identi- :oss snd injured five per- station! wagon suffered: cuts

Is actually a short slip, beJ&yed liver. intersects Melton Street. the additional $5,000 in local Will lie.from 4 to 5:30: p. m.. Both Larry and Vickie won
to have been excavated In ccmmentlng on the that Hicks the also Florida' told the board funds have not yet been made. and the dolls will be on display radios: for their dancing per- ]half of the season. They will Thomas L. Avery 67, Starke fora's. wife Esther 37, Ruby
during the early 80's ,fordrainage State Boardof This year the north platform from '1 to 8 to,,tha public. fonaance and will compete sudden death Wed- I
mythical river McMillan expressed ilealth has taken samplesof play] a game was charged with running a KeisJi, 49 and Frank Kelsch,
at the Starke market Prizes will be awarded to
or logging
purposes. hope that engineersvho the "bad" water in Saratoga again this Saturday !or the i nesday to see who will play stop sign and causing an accident 42. Four children in he car
This might have been done dream of will be U..td to house exhibits first and second place win- Championship Danck'g Coni i first half winners Johns Oil
\ a navigable according to City
about the same time the canal Heights for analysis. The and tents will be rented for ners in each classification.Dolls ( in two-out-of-three were not injured.
waterway: from the Suwannee Company a Policeman William E. Rosser.
health board took the
was dug from Lake Santa Fe additional space as needed. may be entered in the test.They I
will be shown on TV championship playoff.The .
through the Santa Fe River upon the request of the city's Avery was fined $7 1.50 in I
through Lake Alto to Waldo and lakes and on to Lake The association Is planning following divisions: Saturday afternoon between playoff for the City Mayor's Court Monday with
engineers. Reynolds, Smith &: w. c. r. (J.
: for water communication between George haven't been misled' Hill of Jacksonville. to greatly enlarge the premium 1 Best Dressed Doll 4 and 5 p. m. in theU final Championship will be held 1 I the recommendation that he

v that town and Melrose. by maps depicting! a river list tills year in order to 2. Most Unusual Doll appearance. Thursday Friday and Saturday -f be re-examined for driving.

I M. Q. McMillan. Starke surveyor flowing out of the north end Jack Seimer a representative create more interest among 3. Prettiest Doll of this week. GLASSES* AFFECT VISION

I and grandson of Mr. of Little Santa Fe. of the Electrical Chem- exhibitor! ?. It is hoped that 4. Best Home-Made Doll Mrs. Snellen ResignsAs Standings W L GB The Chevrolet station wagon ESPECIALLY IF

, rLagergreu. verifies the fact ical Company of Cleveland adjoining counties which do 5. Best Foreign Dril; Starke Builder's 6 2 __ was driven by John Salvin THEY'RE EMPTIED: MANY

f that government field notes "They be mighty disappointed Ohio told the board that he not have fairs will Join in 6. Most Dolls Health NurseMrs Florida Pest 6 2 __ Crawford of Starke who, with I TIMES.' "

[ make no: mention of a river or -f they try. to run a could supply a chemical to and maks: this eventually a 7. Dolls with Prettiest Community Bank 154 his family. was on his way to'a [THE AMERICAN ISSUE.]
I boat don .that line netaraliz3 the iron in the Wardrobe. H. B. Ingram will suc-
liver channel through the wavy three or four county event Johns Oil 264 family reunion. Damages to
s\vamp north of Santa Fe. shown on the maps," McMil water lines. The chemical 8. Largest Doll ceed Mrs. Martha Snellen as
The first government would coat the walls of the Judge Listens 9. Smallest Doll public health nurse vith the
I surveyor lan says. "That part of the
: water lines and prevent further information Bradford County Health Department -
jn 1831 dismissed the sever exists on paper only." corrosion To 115 ExcusesAt For
but would not help contact the Recreation Department effective this

I the sulfur situation or neutra- Plea Day i month. ij

lize any iron pumped from the Mrs. Snellen was marriedon

TERWILlEGAR MOTORS well itseU he said. Council County Judge T. A. Yawn Farmers Will ElectCommitteemen Friday, July 28, to Thomas '

told Siemer that no action heard 115 excuses, not many,I E. Ciutchfield: of Hazard, Ky. : 20 Words or less one time___ .85 Memorials Resolutions ._ 5c per word

wOUld be' taken until a reportis of which he considered very!,ASC i and resigned her position since I I I It not paid in advance ____ 1.80 (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words !.5O

mad by the engineers and good, during Plea Day ini i i By Mail Ballot she will no longer reside in I'I Keyed or Blind Ads ____...__ 1.00 Over 50 words .... 5c per word

the state health board. county court last Thursday.i ,-I this area. She returned to her I II j I Eaeh additional word over 20 ___ IS Display ads in Classified _T'__ 1.so'per Inch

QUALITYSE.R Councilman Carl Lamar i July 27.Heading. iI j The election of County Agri- I home oh Brooklyn Lake i I I

Johns suggested developingthe I the list of offenses :i I cultural Stablization and Conservation I j': Thursday and will remain :;':" FOR SALE Electric Steel I KINGSELY LAKE HOUSE fort) HASTINGS MATTRESS\ '

eld city dump on Edwards were 50 speeding cases and 12''i Committeemen in I' here for a short while to I' Guitar good condition and amoUfier. Very ,rent by week or month. 3 bedroom & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
I. $60. Can be
Road south of Starke now improper passing charbCStwoold Bradford County will be conducted familiarize Mrs. Ingram with seen at Bullinsrton's Studio. I electric kitchen. dock
the work of the department. I and picnic shelter. Phone 533- 710 Lemon St. Pala.tka
unused for mail ballot again .
a possible by
Voiuntaiy intoxication tfehET
stand-bys. I
i iI iI 2541 or 964-6461. tfchg Furniture Repaired, Up-
site. Johns said it would and passing worth- this year according to'an announcement j I i "" I
VICEALL FOR. SALE -Electric Water holstered & Refinished
be a good idea to let bids to less checks were close behind|'i by Felix Sapp ,'j Mrs. Lappe Plans i Heater 30 !aL table ton model. I

local timbermen on the treeson with eight offenses ea'h. chairman of the county ASC I To i Good condition $30. Can be KEYSTOXR HEIGHTS I MATTRESSES REBUILT
the property before developing Oilier committee.The I Open BakeryMrs. j i I seen at 321 W. Madison across j ji AT CIIOICK LAKK:LOCATIO.V C.FAEVAHome New Innersprings
cases were: a\tempt- from Whin-Dixie.. Phone 964- ,
MAKES ;t. ed escape 5. cases; possession period.for voting in the :Maud Lappe will open!:5761. _tfehg Twe Under and Box Springs
of moonshine whiskey and no tounty election will be from j! a pastry shop at 114 N. Wal- ,' On. 3-BH. 2 Bath cO.draeta."I' Drop Us A Card or Call

.REGISTER NOTICE OP INTENTION TO drivtr's license 4 casss: each; August 21 through August 31. : nut St. this weekend. LIVE IN Bath.ear Ar.a. School I PALATKA EA 5-9166

AND MODELS Notice Is FICTITIOUS hereby given XA3IE that drivng while intoxicated, improper The county convention toj i Mrs. Lappe is a veteran 1 BEAUTIFUL CHARLES STARKE 964-5934
the undersigned l under the pro- driver's license. escape elect committee ..members will baker having had two previous I ,I W.tLLESIUSBIfDER OWNERPh. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER,

visions Florida of ,Chapter Acts of 20.953 1941, Lawsof will .and running stop signs 3 I. be held September 12. | bakeries in Starke. She Keystone Heights 4103 Keystone Rf! lt..Box 4M '--- Starke, Agent

Circuit register Court with, the in .lId Clerk for of Brad-the cases each: allowing unauthorized -: Farmer voters will elect is also a registered dietician_ on Lake Geneva i << 4tp 810r FOR SALE OR RENT One

ford County, Florida upon receipt person to drive reck- I a committee consisting of a and was employed in that store building and one small
of proof .f publication of chairman, vice chairman, and A Most Unusual !I------ -
this notice the fictitious name less driving 2 cases each and i I : capacity at a local hospitalfor I unfurnished house,, furnishedapt.
of "THE SHOE RACK", under hit and run embezzlement j regular member as well as four years. HOME i Ii FOR Modern RENT 3 bedroom house. at 321. Temple. Phone
conveniences. Good
which at we 119 are N.engaged Walnut m business St. participating in aa 0 if ray, (.first and second alternates. j Mrs. Lappe states that the ;i Now UnderConstruction !location. $45 per mo. Phone 969-2981., _tfchg
Your Authorized Ford Dealer. Starke. Fa.Charlie larceny of automobile disturbing I Voting for county commit- 'J I bakery will be modern in 964-2465. tfchg
R. Oaks 208 PrattSt. the peace.removal of property i t eemen will be done by mail every detail and first quality COST OF LIVING WORRIES?
St&rke. Fla. and Stanley I I i This home will appeal to You can add $40 to S50 weekto
,, Mathis. 1643 N. TV. '14th Ave.. under lien assault and i. with the, county ASC office }, pastiles' will be baked fresh FURNISHED APARTMENT the a
Gainesville, Fla. owners. 'ballot and the discriminating buyer.Be HOUSE FOR SALE family Income selling
Bradford County I Dated this 26th day of July, I'I'I battery one case tach to. tending a secret I j: eve)' day.MAYOR'S. the early looker and Six apartments, 21 5 near your home. Avon territory
''I t A. D. 1961 Starke, Bradferc I l complete the gamut of offenses return envelope to every eligible i i rooms now available. Write
baths. Two blocks from P.O.
I County. Florida. voter on its records. The i! lucky buyer.Charles I Mrs. Mable Gore. P. O. Box
for he month of July. '
'-1 4t 8-17 COURT. 210 N. Cherry. See owner: 3617 University Station. Gain-
: Wallenius
blank ballots will be mailed J. R. Bullinfton. tfchr :f'lvillf'! 2tchg 8-3
by August 21.Members Owner-Builder
fc'ne cases were disposed of
: of the ASC committee Keystone Heights 4192 ;WE HAVE a new loan program FOR SALE
by Mayor W. T. iBillyl
are elected for one-year lor farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 Ready mix concrete, concrete
EWOIL COMPANY-A BOLD NEW starting on October 1 Jackson in Mayors! Court FOR SALE: KINGSLEY LAKE years for the entire credit requirements -block. cones, fence posts sand,
terms Monday. i 6-room house. central heat. of the farmer and cement.mortar mix rock steel.
-'-I : ) 4. '* V ). of each year. They administersuch Gene T. Stegenaa, forgery, i carport & utility room. deep his family. Gainesville Production -,oyster shell llmerock. and roof

." 4)'. ., programs as Agricultural turned oyer to county auth- well pump. Bath house and Credit Association 620 gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchgI
c"* :: :. Conservation Marketing Quotas orities. dock: 12 x 20 workshop. North Main Gainesville, Fla. I I Bradford Engineering Co;
-1\1' ; < .,. : So'il Bank Feed Grain, Terms. Ph. 964-4394 or 964- tfchg ,
< t ,
t .-' James Preston Wilson Jr., .12.41. itp PEYTON FLORIST
+ ACTIVATOR. and soliciting without a permit LEARN COLONIAL FLORIST 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
TSach incumbent countyEommittee TO FLY Contact
.ez 4 S ; .. > < :. I forfeited bond of $37.50. Lacy Only F. T. D. Florist in PHONE 964-4155
-- will nominate 'at Conway. phone 964-4051. starke'l '
Vv' : Rcckford D. Burke soliciting I tfchg Flowers wired any place. .NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1027.
':: ::1:1OETERQENT least 10 candidates for county i without a permit forfeited ers for all occasions locally. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
Committeemen.: In addition to Phone 964-6291. 506 East, We Wire Flowers Anywhere
., bond of $37.50. Real Estate Nona St. tfchg I'* tfchz
these nominations other persons -
,. Allen Bryant Green soliciting I
\S V. \. ;< \ \ '. \ may be nominated as lateas without a permit for Branch OfficeOpportunity i,FOR RENT-Furnished apart-I WORTH THE TRIP ,

... 'I '. A PROTEC4IO August 11 upon petition of feited bond of $37.50. The ments. Reasonable rates. Near,.Mobile Homes Always

VW A'...". .",". 10 or more farmers. Voters three were selling encyclopedias shopping center. Phone 969-'below market, and clean. 1
"Iff k .;.',.:. f may also write in the namesof in Starke without obtaininga j 2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt. LAKE GENEVA
..:.:," : '... ';. candidates on their ballots. proper .permit. UNITED FARM AGENCY,' [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg TRAILER PARK
b .- ., '
\ "" Any farm tenant, operator, America's most progressivereal mi. of Hts.
1 SE
to, $ 'c Maurice J. Vlau excessive I BE SURE to see WORLD Keystone
s. I or owner may vote in the estate broker is i.
.. speed and failure to expand- on Route 100
.' ... ave vehicle BOOK before buying any en- ; .
: (4
: '
't : : county election if he is now ing In Florida! Over 75,000
% Z g under control and beIng clopedia. M. A. Payne your !! o'
:::..: .. v 1 c:\ \ 'S J* participating in or is eligibleto involved in an !accident, sales of ranches, farms, businesses local representative since 1956. i!: BABY SITTER AND HOUSE-
*_ C v"** *. %'* V*. ."v>v participate in any of the not guilty. and retirement homes I Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg' :j I KEEPER for workinx mother-
.' :l. J. administered by the :! 8 hours a day. Sat. and Sun.
from to New York
programs Oregon to]
I :;\.ft h Maggie Braker Ellington FOR SALE OR RENT: Blockhouse 'off. Must furnish references
f : < county ASC committee.Playground driving on wrong side of road Florida! :. furnished: all-electric and health card. Phone 964,;.
kitchen [REAL hot & cold'!' 1663. tfchg
and causing an accident case We I
._., .are now seeking capable I II
WV II water. Will sleep 8. Salt I ISprings.
postponed until defendant is management for a UNITED I RIDERS to Cecil
') Fla Good fishing &j I i
) < Gala Event released] from hospital: branch office In the beautiful I swimming.' Ph. 964-3965. Field 5 days week. Leave
Sebe Harris, disorderly conduct Starke area. Naturally we pre- 4tpd D 8-10'''''.Starke 7 a. m. arrive Cecil

total gasoline : '. For 30 YoungstersThe I put on 30 day piobation ,, fer a licensed broker or sales- Field 5:30: P.7:30.:m. Leave Phone Cecil 964-3081 Field

and ordered to pay a fine of 'man, but will consider will.t durirur day or 864-6044 after
City Recreation Depart $77.50. I ceased persons, particularly LuinberSaleWrecking 6.m. tfch
ment .sponsored a tookoutlast Thomas Lafayette Avery ',man and wife combinations I
TENNECO. AN ACTIVATOR. Full power fast. Quick You get all of these qualities in b'otK Tenneco Regulai'and from 7 to 9 I ,
Friday night running stop sign and causing Ij j who are "Go-Getters" and have I ic Sales
starts always. Smooth, idling assured. Performance your Tenneco Premium. "Total Gasolines". Gasolineswith p. m. at the Pratt Street an accident, fine I $77.50 |good references. (We will help at I -

car was built to deliver. muscle, determination, enthusiasm. Gasolines that Playground. More than 30 :|' wila recommendation that defendant you get your license). i, : Parts

lust for the highway-that come alive youngsters dressed as Indians oe re-examined for .
TENNECO A GUARDIAN. Controls engine knock, give your car new ) during ,I i! If you are interested in Increasing Camp Blanding __ ___ Service
loots enjoyed group game J f, driving. :
when you touch toe to accelerator. Gasolines that ,
engine rumble, pre-ignition. Gives even engine performance. the evening. The boys parti- Harrell E. Stough, petty your present earnings '
at the road and say "go". _' cipated in archery contest i t larceny sentenced to SO days willing to work hard and de Beautiful 2x4's 2x6' -I COLUMBIA SAW CO.

TENNECO A DETERGENT. Prevents "carburetor "Total Service", too. Frienaly, fast, courteous service with Ronnie Kirkland taking in jail and fined $6.50 court vote OWN FULL real estate TIME business to YOUR, tht'nl 2x8's 2xl2's up to 22 Lake City, Fla.
honors with the hlgheEt.score .
strangle". Builds a protective shield that wards off from a dealer with a feel for cars, a dedication to cars among the Indians. costs. our proposition will appeal to: feet long. FARMEquipment :

dangerous deposits. -your' car. A dealer ready to'prove.that Tenneco Prod This Friday night at 7 0'- you.UNITED ,i SELLINGCHEAP : For 1 1I .

TENNECO A PROTECTOR. Helps prevent engine ucts and Tenneco Service are the toughest rnuscl and clock the Recreation Depart- Gibson pected to said.begin September- 5, IS "cashing In' on I Plowing-Planting
ment will sponsor a Ueasure Florida's tremendous population
fastest hustle on the road today. i
corrosion. Gives tro ble-free driving, longer engine life. hunt at the Pratt Street play-1, No change is anticipated. in : growth and you can; help INDUSTRIAL"

TENNECO A PERFORMER. Rigid quality control Drive in. Try Tenneco. See if the ride Isn't a Better H30 gro..!ld.w I registration fee of $2 per I us "ring ap>> the sales." OurI Equipment For Every Job

produces a clean-burning gasoline, a better performing when you take to the road from Tenneco. And see if the. All pre-teens are invited to course for the school year. I famous Illustrated catalog and PHONE 964-4001 Superior Tractor Co.

gasoline, a reliable, predictable, powerful "total gasoline" Tenneco sign isn't really"ignp.osta a beacon soinejt par !cipate'. ,' continuous, nation.wide newspaper -I PHONE EV 9-8772

thing new to guide by, Adults May Apply D EBICTARKE success.advertising. will help assure JACKSONBuilding I 5353 W. Beaver E. COAST JacksonvilleMOTEL en river

For Diploma Tests Our survey shows this territory and new 4 lane highway. 6
r. --- L FLAJSUN.MON.TUES. to be one of Florida's units room for more. Sell or
Until August 7 best for our business. Its many II Supply Havnes.trade. Write 1600 or Pineaoole phone R Ave.B.

,.' .natural attractions create more Eau
., StarkeFOR Oaflle. Fla. UP.
: Adults of the communitymay AUG. 6-7-8 buyer appeal. For more details
It ". ; apply for the State EquiValancy about this opportunity,. write MOTOROLA PORTABLE
\ u ': I
*. High School Diploma OperationEichmann without delay. SALE 61 Conralr STERO player with stand and
*i ; 40 long play records only
Small equity and take over
untU'AugUst 1 at
daily ,
", j .y \ DavmentJ. 733 N. Lake St. S159.95. only $10.00 down at
Adult EducaUon'office In the United Farm Starke. Up Dahmer* TV & Aonliance
; southeast wing of the USObufldIngL. Starring: Werner Ktemperer. Center. 112 East Call St.4tchr .

f,-:. '. ;' .H, Gibson, director PLUS Agency FOR RENT Unfurnished 824FOR
house 2 or I bedroom. 513 E.
L of the adult education pro. Washington St. Contact I;
.... gram. Gorgo '. DICK GODDARD Gladys Harrington 337 N. DOCKS. ROOF WORK 1\

... The battery of tests will b? I Starring: Bill Travers. District Sales Mgr. Walnut St. Ito GENERAL CALLJIMMY REPAIRS j

,..' TENNECQJ administered during. the week I Plus CartoonWEDTHURS. 12EO Edgewater Drive FOR SALE3 bedroom and RICKS '
.. nf August 14. bath unfurnished house. Conveniently 533-2072 or P. O. Box .7C9.Btarkf. .
The State: Department cf ., AUG. 9-1C I Orlando, Fla. located. Contact 4thar 8-24
.... :. ;;. Education fcefrom$5toT300n Increased, the July test; JA Matter Of Morals,II In accident cases you can save Guy Andrews. phone. 2tche 964-6811.8-10 GENERAL CONDITIONERS ELECTRIC& TELEVISIONS AIR :,, I.

I ; | Starring: Patrick WeaL both time and money if you I
.'4. TAKE UP are rated number One.
payments beautiful
: on -
L .. 1. Gibson..., akL. Applicants
1" see Your Chiropractor first.
21 The finest the market- ,
PLUS inch R. C. A. TV set. on
.,- .. must be Florida residents'of Workmens Compensation ca.e.saccepted. Dahmers TV & Appliance dav. ) '
> ,. at least 20 years of'age, and ij i Chance Meeting Phone your Chiropractor Center. 112 East Call St. Itch Why not buy the best for lessmoney
.- t. now for appointment from. G. J. McGriff
must havea satisfactory
: : Starring: Hardy Kroner. Bellinger Clinic. Phone 964- FOR RENT 2 room furnished Aocliances. 100 W. Call St. f
t .- knowledge of both American .i Plus Cartoon 2831. 426 N. Walnut Starke. apartment private bath .Phon? 064-65511 Itchg
.,.. > z _......' ...., history and government. ', I--- 0 Ito and entrance. carport. Utilities t
FRI.-SAT.AUG. 11-12 I furnished. No children. WANTED WOMAN to do
ir Theses In these subjects are i I SALESMAN WANTEDOne
: Mrs. J. L. Simmons. 407 W. ironing and house work 2
.. given locally upon application t of Florida's leading days week. Must furnish .
own -
't' f'TENNECO\ The Snake Woman Washineton St. 4tchar 8-24 ;:
;. ", -. > the director said. 1 f combination Life Insurance transportation. Mrs. Bill TeskU .

1 TALK: Now a valuable record \ \\ .' DREAMER, and many mor -R c&l a 6i RCe Tenth, grade equivalencytests Starring: John McCarthy. t I foi Companies a man living has an in opening Starke FOR SALEone 20" power nye Keystone 4195. Up 1
Good condition 25.
offer at your new Tenneco station. Get a 33V Victor Custom Records exclusively for Tenneco required for certain oc- PLUS I who desires an Income of SI 00 Phone mower.9644123. UpFQR FOR RENT Furnished cot 1
long playing record album valued at $3.98 for customers. Available only at your Tenneco sta i cupattoriilicenses--, are also a week. If you are married. tae suitable for courie. No

just $1.00.This terrific album called "Sing With 0 tion. Drive today for your"Sing With Tennecaj1 available| he testing center.. The World Of high school the age graduate of 25 and and between 45*-stcD SALE table-Mahogany and 1 step corner end nets 964-0971.or children.Mrs. L. D.Telephone Vinin 'i-

Tenneco" has 14 all-time favorite songs you love album.. Offer expires July 31, 1961, Adults planning} to enroll In Suzie Wong. with good character. you table. elastic tops $15. Phone Ittf '"

EVENING BY THE evening t1the next school should rely.toP. O. Box 372. R4-7fQ1.; : 'Itchg. ,
MOO&IGHTIAFTERTHE BALL BEAUTIFUL ( I :' NNECO-SIGNPOST FOR THE.SIXM3 Starring: William Boldest. Lake City. Fla-. or call phone WANTED TO- BUY used baby ..
v** R year are requested to registerduring Flue Cutaan '152-2 91. Lake City. lor in. FOE SALE .Caw- bedroom stroller and hifih ehatr. Phone ))1
August Classes are ez- .. i terriew. Stchjj 8-1 17 filite. Phone 964-0135 Itchf *45$. its

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I j 9Yn1'nn.nnnnnnI fi.*,"' late Saturday afternoonat Slade had walked to a neigh- elxtion of officer: for the _... .'6' .p" # '6' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T Sunday night with a good that pasture it has turned

I HAMPTON- the home of his parents bors house when the flames year starting Oct. 1 as the fi t .... 4 nuriber: present.. We will look dark green. It looks like I fer'Jllzed ...
I the V. J. Slades. The whole went up. main order of business. All I DemonstrationNotes CLAY HILL for you there next Sunday It:"

J I interior and rear of the car AU but the front tares: and members and friends are invited moaning and evening. I Came 'upon N. G..Hayes and
By Mrs. D. E. Hill was burned in 30 minutes, beta I motor were a complete loss I to attend.

r iJ) UM4AA44AAAAAM4MA1Car I e the flames ould be I with the fire apparently start Vrien. Register Now Home byOOROTJIY By Airs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA bee seed.gathering I got up Pensacola on the conbine Bahia

,, bought under contro ..A 1958 : ing somewhere in the gas line For City Election Sept. 12 ] ROSS I vith N. G. and made a round.
Barns Here I Ciiiysler. it was parked at the; a: the rear of the car. During All new residents of Hampton 'While bouncing along and
An automobile belonging to of the Slades' lot Demonstration Agentids Faye England and children
rear only the
a blaze the wiring system are urged to register now
l wrestling seed bags he
i Vernon Slade of Starke caught; low mimes I say they had a nice week at re
I i Heron, ana Mr. shorted honking the horn in for the city election Tuesday as,waxes, polishes .cleaning camp. marked those seed bags aren'tfiling
a wild tardy sort of fire S.?pt. 12. Registration books H.-D. Council Meeting ,
too fast but
they are
agents, bleaches, detergents Last week Mr. and Mrs. up
alarm, and raising one of the are open at Home's Grocery The Brooker Home Demon- Our Soil Our Strength
sure heavy so I feel we are
and'wood finishes. Cecil Hardee and Mrs. Donald i!
J rear push-button windows as until August 26. To be eligibleto stration Club entertained' the getting good seeds."
Special labeling must include all of
Mosley. Highland came
GULF : it melted with the heat. vote each person must haveU County Council Tuesday at the .common usual or and loaded up with Dears to Soil Conservation Zedra Hamilton a Bradford
School To Open Sept. 5, T'd in Florida one year the Community Center. chemical Soil Conservation Distiict Supervisor -
name of the hazardous One thing the ladies
Mrs. Paul New Teacher in Hampton for at least six Jayne Hardy. Lee Darby.. substance_or of each component didn't get cold sure while : doing N-E-W-S has gone to New Or-
Summer vacation for school months prior to the election. .Betsy Matthews, and Harriett leans. La. Before he left we
contributing to the this work! Bill Haas
age children goes into its last E.;ht new voters have registered Loudon 4-H Club members, 'iiazard., the I I By were talking about gathering
*r ri signal word.TJANQER" We were pleased to see sev-
tt'Qualfy few weeks with school scheduled during the last three rresented a Civil Defense pre- .:: : on substanceswhich'are e/al in Sunday School and A complete soil and water Bahia seed when he stated
i ; to open in Bradford !I weeks since the books were paredness skit entitled "Let's : extremely flammable church last Sunday who have conservation farm plan was that the rain had knocked a
i County on Tuesday Sept. 5, '. open, Mrs. Home said this Flan What To Do Now." The :corrosive or highly not been able to attend for prepared for James L. Waters .ot of the seed out but that
the day after the Labor Dayh .wk: rest of the program consisted : the seed
toxidt/the words "WARNING" sometime Among these were' vhose farm is in the Lawtey they were getting was
uiday. Personals )f reports of activities this >*)>r #' AUT10N" on 'all other I Mr and Mrs. Harry Baxley, .I section. The plan calls for the cf good quality':
Hampton Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh summer. hazardous use of Pensacola Bahia the i
substances. These and+ Leatha Prevatt. as J. M. Dyer used the District's -
will have only one change in : and Mr. and Mrs. The 4-H girls told what they I main
pasture Pastures
words must be in large letters. Melvin Prescott has been grass. roto mower to control
the teaching staff this year Clyde Rahmes left las week- liked about the camp held at *ill be fenced. Cross-fencing
Also a statement of the I very ill, but is better now the weeds on his newly planted -
with Mrs. Maureen Paul of end for a three-months trip Cherry: Lake .hi June. Thelma permits rotation grazing
T1R: hazard or hazards such as. after spending a few days in I Pensacola Bahia pasture.
Keystone Heights replacing west to Cheyenne, Wyo.. and :>' Knight gave an account of 'Vapor Harmful,' "Causes tlu! hospital last week. which allows the grass to rest !| Weed control on new planted
M-J. Marilyn Mc.Call into Canada. her to the 4-H Girls'State ;
1 1I > as exceptional trip from grazing, renew top j Bahia pastures is very Important
burns, similar wording
"teacher. Weekend or ; Our pastor, Rev. George I
Mrs. Paul visitors at the E. Short Course in .June. She growth and maintains a good I I especially when thegrass
his had 17 years teaching experience L. Birt home near Hampton also told about the Brooker ''precautionary measure decribing Chlsxn' : was absent from prayer root system, yet utilizes forage is planted on old
the last five years in included Mr. and: MM. Walter girls' project work this sum < the action to be taken meeting last week and Cecil while still palatable and field The weeds will
St. Johns County Day School.In Davis and children of Cornelia mer. Mrs.-A. C. Ellis and Miss or avoided; instruction, Hardee conducted the service nutritious.We faster than the grow and

t her work this year, there Ga. Mrs. Inez Alf rd of Enza Blanchard reported on when necessary- for lirst-aid' for him. were discussing pasture Lade it out. Most grass of the

1i'Ixri. L will be special emphasis: on Jacksonville, and John Davisof I' the State Council Meeting in treatment. / Attendance at Highland management with Red Eman- weeds are annuals and can be
hilp in reading for all grades Jacksonville who has been I' Gainesville held earlier this The- word "Poison" for any Sunday School dropped again I uel the other day when he controlled by mowing a few
P ncipal J. C. Hobbs said. vis'ting at the Birts for several -I month. highly toxic substance; in-J lat Sunday. with just 58 pre-I remarked "Since I mowed times before they seed out.
Teachers will meet for 10 weeks. I I I A covered dish luncheon. was I stuctions of handling and. s nt. The Adult Ladies won j ,
d.iys of pre-planning work before Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry ::served at noon. storage of packages which re-;' the banner this time with a (
N H F y regular school starts Mr. mo"ed recently into their new 4-II Tour I' quire'i it; and the statement I* grade of 92. j SPVF 4Trltl

4YJ Hobbs said. The Bradford tli'ee-bedroom' frame home on Friday the Brooker 4-H "Keep Out Of the. Reach of, We attended Training Union I*

I II County Florida Education As- their farm near Hampton. Girls visited the aU electric Children." A skull and cross j Sunday, night and were put to|
I 8o' ation will be host to a Their son-in-law and daughter ,I Kitchen at Clay Elecrtlic Coop. Lories_ must be on "Poison"] work' right quick. They want I

mating of 'Area 4 of PEA. Mr. and Mrs. Torn pala-I They saw electric range .Abels. f ] us a{o help every Sunday night
lies inrmding teachers and workers dinu and daughter *units that fold up into the THE RIGHT POINT for the1' and are making arrangementsto I '
from eight counties on cupying: their former home all to allow,for more counter t! provide us with transportation l'
way you write. Come In and I
( r August: 21 in Starke. After nearby. top space wall type electric select your favorite ESTER-I', .
this meeting. Hampton teachers Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon oven and the many new help- '
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-1 The Lord's Supper was ob-
rie will have county- el preplanning presently living in Gainesville! !ul features on large major i
X IN I and also work here began work last week on their!,,I. .Appliances. The motor for the GRAPH, -, served at Highland Church I I STAMPSPrices ,

Ii I at the Hampton School in the new home on Central Street: food mixer 'was installed in, .. *' b \

10 days before children are in Hampton next to. Mr. and' the counter top and the bowls I j Good
en-oiled for their classes. Mis. C. A. Cox. and fixtures are fitted on as i L..Jl!
James McKinney of Grahamhas Mrs. V. J. Slade and Mrs. needed. Thomas Thru Aug. 5thfOOD

been hired as janitor of W. M. Slade drove to Jackson- They were showed through] r, Quantity RightsReserved
toe school replacing J, W. ville Saturday to visit Mrs. the building, and the generating 510 v
Bedenbaugh who has retired. W. M. Slade's granddaughter plant where the electric-i j
Mr. McKinney has.been work- Peggy Glover of Ga'resville, iy they use at home comes I
'O N- ing at the school since July who: is in St. Vincent's, Hos- irom.Afterwards. ': |! .
C fa o'lJ 1. and outside play equipment pital with injuries received in. Mrs. iEssie !!
including swings slide and an automobile accident the Thompson. Home Economist :! BARBECUE IBII'

GU\. 1:09\lotbJ: meiry-go-round. and posts previous week. for the Co-op served the girls :[ .
2ii. for volleyball and basketball Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk- electrocuted.. 'not dogs,..anr I ,:, ,
itte : : tt" :: ; have all been painted. At present hart and children of Ferrinewra fruit punch?' ': 1W-D I
gttltsr : "BRANDED" CHUCK
new clay is bei? spreadon here Qn vacation for a .Labeling; Law r"f '4

.. 'S\i\V '\1'"pI the basketball and volley week, ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. Since we are ,always on the Ready To Serve You'
at;. ball courts and both are being Lam Hall and Mr. and Mrs.D .: .ookout for dangerous ingredients bust 3-9

:(\ leveled. Additional paintwork -.Crawford and family. i' : found in many .house*, .
1. inside has been done Mrand Mrs. Don McMahon hold shining agents. insect!
Q" .
: "" ,'j daring the summer, Mr 'Hobbs 'a"jJ'Donnie' returned. their I, repellents eta?.this4'hew'consumer e; rV-D "BRANDED" ROUND : ONnH UL1froasfL849 R
said. bILICTO-o IIIil UEIJ'
fte.11'G home in Port Charlotte Sat-. protection labeling"in- 5
," ,\JP I Guest Speak At Church urday after" two weeks herewith formation should be of lifter: .
Wp\\, ,ott..Slt\0, Pastor At Heilbronn Revival Mrs. McMahone's parents -. st,to you.wjEffegtive. !

t II S\050 p0 Rev. E. L. Mixon. formerly ; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- date of the 'en- ?
j'aEI I a Baptist pastor in Lake City terson. They were also guestsof f rcem.ent.. i provision of,,the
." ,\, < .. and now working in the Mr. and Mrs. Gene Failing law is August" ,1.,The new law
.. 'Il'O Training Union department of and Mr. and Mrs. Freddy requires :consumer, protection i rV-D "BRANDED" 7 INCH CUT RIB
: the Florida Baptist Coriven Watterson of Starke. labeling' on common householdand

: tics in Jacksonville guest Llr. and Mrs. Don Pearson

: speaker Sunday at Hampton of Petersburg spent Wed- roast 59
Baptist church for both! morn ne.day night last week withM other parts of the state.
I I / ine! and evening services. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett. Mrs. Ollie -Brooks and,son

Pastor of the church the Mr. and ,Mrs. Matchett and o: Green Cove Springs visited f/-D "BRANDED" FRESH GROUND
Rev W. P. McElroy was concluding Rd.sell WilUams visited Mrs. hee Sunday with Mr. and
a week of re'val services E<* Durban in Lawtey Sunday M's. Joe Forsyth and Mrs./I 1 Chicken Meatv Ribs : 39

a.,y, .... 3s,.?., w.2.' .. at Heilbronn Baptist afternoon. Knight and son. Tom ForsYth:' beef1
Ch,:rch. Rev. McElroy will '''Mrs. John Jones returnedlast returned to Green Cove
also conduct revival servicesat weekend from a two Springs with them for a visit.
EVERY GUlf TRI AT BIG SAVINGS New Prospect Baptist weeks' visit in St. Petersburg. Harriett Walter of Starke SMOKED FISH I

SEE YOUR NEAREST GULF DEALER LISTED BELOW Church Cross City next week, Her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. visited here Monday with her
sitting Monday Aug. 7. L- demons, brought her hometo niece Mrs. Jack Hall. .James
I Guest speaker here in his absence Hampton. Hall stationed with the armya :SungIand. t>

: the following Sunday Miss Betty Durling and Mrs.. *. Folkston Ga., was home
Aug. 13, will be Rev. Marvin Ethel Tidwell spent last week-: for the weekend last week.' ,

.I h h? WESTSIDE% GULF SERVICE 'St,dham of Palatka. regional end with 'relatives in Plant Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Vickeryof BEEF AND PORK hams
; I missionary for this area. City. Starke are the parents: of

I The Hampton Baptist WMU E. G. Wise of Dade City is I a son born Wednesday, July .
\ LEONARD VARNES two weeks tcre with i 23, in Bradford County Hospital I r
meets Thursday evening; Aug. spending SANDWICHESTOGO FULL HALF
W. Madison St. Starke, Fla. 3, at 7:30: p. m. at the' home his uncle Allen Hart, and his Mr. and Mrs. Lester Me- OR WHOLE ,r
o{ Mrs. W. P. McElroy, with co"fins. CU'ough of Hampton are {
Mrs. J. C. Warren and grandparents.

daughters; of Islamorada have Vivian Saxon of Pumpano !

b3tn visiting relaUves in Beach has been visiting herewith ,45
I Bradford County and Myrtle 'Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. ,Ib.

Anon Hinson, daughter of Mr. Sunday visitors at tne homeof
and Mrs. Dick Hinsox returned Mr. and Mrs,.V. J. Slade Come by and inspect our new building and modern No Centers W-_
rBODYySlIOP -- with them for a two weeks were Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Allenof facilities to give you the finest Hickory-Smoked, Removed (

I IMack's' ,AUTO RADIATOREd I J. B. Wright visH.' Palatka.Ai barbecued Ribs, Chicken, and Fish. Only the best No Moisture d
Mr. and Mrs.Sam Garofaloof
Body Shop i,j Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE Coral Gables spent last Bryant left Sunday last quality meats and poultry are used. AddedU.

Bony & FENDER REPAIRS,;' STATION weekend here with Mr. and week for shore,.duty,-with' the
COLLISION SERVICE RADIATOR SERVICE Complete Auto Service DL s. George Saxon Navy in Naples Italy aftera Located: 124 W. Brownlee St. S. NO. 1
New Cores Roddinr Tires Batteries-Actessorlea leave'spent here In Hampton
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.. Painting Matching ; Flushing Crank Shaft I I Electric Welding Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow with his parents, Mr.'anfl.;..,Mrs.. I Phone 964-0364 /ji ITATOES10MORTON lb. hag 39C
Ittks of Orlando Wednesday
FREE ESTIMATES. I Grinding spent -
,542 Madison 969-2801 A. M. Bryant. The Jfcyants'younger .
,Phone963.2405r Lawn Mower Motors Repaired l AUTO TIRES last week here with ,son Homer: who en- i Dick & Elsie Thomas-Owners-Operators

Phone 964-3861. 964-6584 Mrs. Mamie Mead. June 18, ... ...
2633 N. Temple Starke .li iti.d in the Navy I -- -- -
So. Walnut Starke Starke Recap ..C'o.PaPP1 Mrs. Richard May and is now stationed in.Caulfornia. FROZEN MEAT {
AUTOMATICIRANS daughter, and J. W. Home ',..' --" ,- -__ -c--.
AUTO SERVICE Roolston, Owner Mgr.
IISSION. !Recapping for Cars &: Trueb;; left for Homestead Sunday.1'0' ".; .... HI.W"]
] Mr. Home planning to spend JlIIAH'
Tanner'sGulf'Servic'e' Dodd's Service & I NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS '. th-v week there,with Us son- W! t .. ,/-'" SHtHMN>.. COUJR1D
In Jaw :and daughter. Mr. and FOR
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Auto Sales /
u Mrs. Horns spent sevtral.C1ays .. .
GULF PRODUCTS 964-0221 I t recently m New Port Richey Ic.--1. "rrhftJj' FOLGERS limit 1 with Food Order

-: Complete- Automatic.Tnmmissions ,' GENERAL.REPAIRING 135 N. Temple. StuD with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wil- .-. ,.- .,,,. .
1. International Lifetime Urns, and visiting in Dun- m g 1-LB. CAN
y- Service and. Repairs Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES 1 1 nelion.; coffee ASTOR 59,:
For AU Makes Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cumbie l
Brownlee & I Mb. ccn 4tt
Phone 964-2321 Tires. Batteries Accessories ;J son of Plant City spent
666 N. Temple Starke 528 S: Walnut 964-3861 Chasteen : with the Wads- Food t'
Sunday G. F. MAYONNAISE Limit+ 1 with Order I l j
worths. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Day
,, 1n
AUTO PARTS Starke "66" ServiceBill SEEDS FEEDSFERTILIZERS retired to Plant City with QUARf 3 i''

Starke Motor Edwards. Prop. thun.' .. .. kraft Derll., 49 : '\

WE SPECIALIZE IN Insecticides pr&tea & Plait Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin fl., J
Parts Co., Inc. BRAKESER1CEWheel "Your Friendly and Phyllis, and Mrs. Esta r

4 Alignment, Farm Supply Store" Peeples and children drove to DETERGENT I Umii 1 with Food Order
I your Local Balancing' Cor. 10th & Cherry SUrke! i St. Augustine Sunday and 21 j
For NAPA Phone 964-8881 yis\ .ted the beach. Also recently t
jobber sv asfi +c L j j'iau
Starke .
617 N. Temple. ; :
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, and GIANT lOX 59
Phone Cor. Brownlee 964-0801. &;964-0811 Clark daughter and Mr. and Mrs D. i 'Arrowgt.1x1II49 IJ !

Gilbert S. Brown Welding W Swindell spent the week .
AUTO REPAIRS end at Plant City and lampa, ; ..- d i "
Umit 1 with Food Order
ire Bush Gardens there, and
Standard Oil Service SUtlor Electric and Acetylene WeLima+ : 1SPONSO I
Earl's Garage Hate Welder Will Trawl! other points of interut. I t -
ALL:KINDS'OF' ATLAS Mrs. Frances Hints turned EU Klf UNTED STATES 69'I

AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES ,& BATTERIES Work Guaranteed ,to Hampton last weekend BREWERS' ASSOCIATION, INC. r1SCO3CA 19* '

All Work Guaranteed Budget Terms i Road Servict 116 'W. Brownlee. 964-0881 from a three-weeks trip tc t ,
Phone 969-2964 Phone 54-7071 I Tampa',to visit her sister, .
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Arbitrators\ :, First Day Camp YV YT WVYTY'YYVYYY'YYYTVf Ja-lsonville. I Jerry Weeks of .Key West,-,I G. Lawson in Oalnm lIe.

I : HIGHLIGHTS Opening MondayFor MEL R1SE''Mrs.X7harlotte" Pelhqm spent wrh; her.for"the' flat two Mrs. Alice McGrath of
; : h r* ; weekend with Mr. and weeks. '
iahome is in Memorial
Putnam -
;: .
Girl Scouts r \v.; H. Robixis
j' n. I
By Mary\ K. Schaeffer 'For Gdlf Course Mrs. ;Due ,to an_ accident in the Hospital: atJPalatka as
'. By .Mrs. Alice Rothhanuneriliss Lottfe Wallace of fan-ily, there will
not/be xeultoIa,1bxQkerkb.1p,
, : any the received
..... .I...... .....i.... .- .l.i ..A.. J The first pay Camp for Girl t -4'1 ALLALAAALAAAAAALLALA. V [Continued- On Next Page] I FAa: hbe news this week.: ; in a fall at her home

... ,. Scoots: and'Brownies' in the -
Boosters .Meet: Discuss Plans of the late Harold Snellen. :Affafd:, OOO communities" of Melro and Rita Tiller has return- '!YYYYYY'vvvvvvvvvv Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kennedy"aVj last Friday.:
son, Glen were Caljed} to T 1,. Drake of FJbrahome! is
The Keystone Heights was married: on Friday- July r t Keyatons Heights, will be of- hone after spending about ,
whols, Ga. by J he, J.ath: "of inipioving nicely aft!.* under-
Boosters Club q ThSmas E. % .
met at CriAchfield ficiajly opened) on Monday at two' weeks with friends and GRrAN1ftFN'
theo 1 Work, started Wcdnesda/ : 4r. Kennedly's moth ,', ,sWery Ala-
schoolhouse Monday)' f Hazard, Ky. The "wedding .. 'the Bradford County camp relatives! in Hartsfieid, S. C. E. Mrs-\ going .mjtjor 4n
Ju.31, to make ; for the tock plaee at the home of her morning bh reactivaiirig" the ,ji: I Kennedy. cvja General pi'al.Mr. .
plans: 'sire oh the Lov fn property Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pafrish By J\Ifs.\ : ;
Keystone Heights CountrY BrantleyV' Miss Cecile Day of Gadsdell and Mrs.: H. B. Sikes
coning season. Main topic of b:\\her, J. K. Tiller, in Kings- -at Silver Ute;The week* long and' sori'and, daughter-in-law,
Club golf co'urie after month f' Ala. has been viistingMrs. have icturnej.
J and
the meeting was getting p'r4 Teri Mr. and Mrs. .,,,, '. cimp which', featuring pioneercamping M r. 'and Mrs. .Larry Parrish, .A lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ. j ;
f H. uK fu.
litigation just'settled I B. Sikes of O
Grlfhn.: Ga.
by a'bJ'trd to their home to
bleachers and fence the Crutchfield murn-to Keystcne'Wednesday -
a )
wm! aU 6f visited
'f ; be under the .Quincy, Mr. and
; ;. Miss 1
Luke. !
Miss ckmani
of arbitration.: of : Mary AnnBt: > after spending a week with
football "
field. and willjem'ain din-ction of Mrs. Fremont W.TV.les. M n. W. H. Men recently.. Silvero
new" '* 'The arbitrators, awarded I, L 1(:e.1.s spending: several' r rheie Tallahassee visiting Jierj I relatives her ..
The here-a sh while .
Coach. M'ke: Bur- r > whose long experience Mrs. F. W. Buddington and -
:: Keystone eIghtsCountrlub :; ;, with'Mrs: CallJe Rye. | grandmother Mrs. J. ,W.lB'ockman Mike Weeks of Key West ,
dgtj, inffdduc dand h'ir future
was T plai
as '
inde'C lfl'3irlScOtit:: camping !includes anc sisters, Mrs. Pearl Lee
sured'the thai' '1U1te. :but, d total of f $8.000p; id by i] 't Mrs. Ethel Brockman ,hasJ Wednesday of last [I and Grandin is. :Tisit.ng his
membership he : <
nature Mrs. Lula of
counselling in he New all
would give them' I be -lihng' Mrs.: ''Cnnchfield"harbeen .G, :D' Wood 'of Jkc b nv1ne,; 4' : r etu nea home after a three '! 1 1weeks' week. I I grandparents Mr. and Mr$.
-a team to here; : 'tIddl
Haven. Connecticut.GUI Stout i h burg, visited Mr. and '
developer l of Keystone Heights I vISit'with: relatives in I \ Convertible fever sMll has R 'niond, at Yankee Town.Mke .
protfd of..' He' w'onM'Jfce 'piMchesftti '
( to 1 1yearV employed as a j Day Camp and 'directing": 'the Ms. John Griner recently; '
'n :d wit1 -al1 mwnbers"of last '1i i nurse wrtlf thy'Bradfocf ,Codniry Club Estates. c-- --- .--, -_-. Girl Scout Camp, Shady Glen, &ans and Greg Sp'res ofM Peny. I!' Qiandln in its grip!, in contrast is the grandson of Mrs.
the club's board of directorhad Miss R. bi Reynolds. studprf.m t to Jimmy Rye's led and .
a -: T. R. Gornto .of Gra- in.Mrs.Bridgett
-aU-Pro5P i Health Depf.
squad County Frank M.
Hancock I i'ted in Naugatuck, Conn. .aml are visiting their j"
Claimed that Wood 'did .. Georgia Christian '! wlrte< : one Melvin Cumbus is
tiremembers' 'on'' 'Tt sday. 'mlower1F r Bride .. :Mrs. Tolles will be assisted grandparents, Mn and Mrs.'A.C. Strickland and
not fully perform) his agreement ,High SchooL"VaWosta. Ga., is1! spotting a yellow and white I
:August'5."The'first practice $. "Bernice Young washbitess'al District Governor ,by,'Mrs. Richard Lovprn; ;'Mrs.Thbmas Spires. i sons of"Atlanta* Ga. "ere resent -
to reactivate golf1 course spending the cmnertible with seatj:
summer with ., green ,
will 6e, fronr fo'fl p.:-m. ''the .'a.surp'rlse'shower ., Garnar Mrs. 'Joe David, Leslie, and Lucy I guests of(Mrs. W. D.Gornto. .
't in'exchange for property" Rena .Traxler of Florahome.. covers!
'same day! Any boy who will be we'ek for con'veyed Visits_ KeystoneRotary Da'lrer M'a1h' Jacksonville t .
\ ]1tfiable a t Mrs. 'MarthaSreHen. the and Miss Paula Wy- ws of are Word has.'been

: ""to attend this meeting the Intended, .bride. 'ofTuomas development by 'country"proj club'ct. forhis Glub 'man, 'unit, leaders;' Mike: Lov- 'Vising their 'uncle ana aunt, f : {! Miami that Mr?teceivedrth A. G. h CPO of Omaha W.G..Green Nebr. have apd family been- j Mr. and' Mrs. John Grout

[for instance, the CAP Cadets t E. ,CrufcMieJd., ..The ''Willard or\ American Red O-oss'Life Mr and'Mrs.. T. J. Hawes and moved ,, vi!iled, relatives in.dahiesville ,
Hinson has ,
Knight, gall professional from calling on relatives in Ora d-i 4 '-
who will4' at Encampment] parry j was,hedYttth'e] Snellen at the Palatka Coun Frank' M. Hancock ,or'Pa.- :S'er3fts.;;. Dock'Tison, and children on Swan Lake. 'Jackson Memorial:!' Hospital I in while Tuesday. '- .,
with Mrs. M. "
is '
asked'.to 'get In touch with home off''Brooklyn' 'Lake. Mrs. Walter Float Mrs. Rufus Stewart andchi'dren' II staying ,
Club- has been' laika\ ,;Rotary District'Govern- special James V 4
Ccach Hardies ; try' employed to the home of Mrs.!! ... .
as sbon "as Gueits included Mrs. Irma '' swmming: instructors Mrs. John 'and Margaret, "'
to supervise completion of the 0:, paid his official,visit to Scherrer and is slowly im- >>'r'. .
possible |>r contact 'Principal 'Aitman'', Miss Emma Kate ttork;..whteh' will be done by tiii Keystone Heights Club on Diurer; is also a qualified first of Brownsville Texas; Mr. pr ving. '

Sprow any' afternoon. between 'Mansfield Mrs. Vera Ownbey day labor with rentel equip- : JUT 14.,.During ,his visit he ai er. a nc. Mrs. H. E. Merryday, and Mr., and (Mrs. John Grout Grand Opening "

1 and 5. Mr. Oerirade Christbffers, ment: The work 'will include a1-/? conferred with:.Lw, Muir,I Membership in the Gateway Mr. and Mrs. c! H. H ;den of; and Rebecca.,Brantley were in V ,

:The neit m eting of the Mrs. Smith the hostess and enlarging and reshaping prciident. and Myron. Prevatt Girl Scout Council which has Palatka enJoy d a' < ay of Saturday. .
: .Palatka, .J!
Borer' will be Monday evening Mrs. Sn nen\s son, Harold Jr. gitens: ,and tees, l leve-ng and secretary, and other' officers provided tents, 'equipment, swimming and. picnicking at: Mrs. .Sidney Gornton ofEi'.et KEYSTONE

Aug. 14. AU members are i Exdtenient'At The:Bank smoothing fairways, and replanting in a club assembly. 'cyaft; materials, and supplies t::F.. Clarence Hotd n's on' LakeMr. Palatka. and Rayford:' I ,.
aosed this
to-attend i important The gWkandlng cn theirdesrs all greens. The new' .district. governor. has made, .the day camp, pos- S \ l. Gonto of Palatka were, visitIng -;: '
,meeting. A t at the Keystone Skate was elected at the ret International sfb.t. .rA* special staff meeting and Mrs. Earl Harts- .
Mrs\ Herrinr Teach : The arbitrators allowed, 183 ? i :' here Wednesday af i rnoon.l:' BE'AtIDY SHOP :. ,
1 In Senior High To 'Sink Monday: mofnlp ;' 'ere days from July 14 ;"or the -; convention" in I fo- adults:will Jie held at the field of Jaeksonvilh visited. H. T., Pierce of Clermont is'j '!' V ;' .
*'thc Japan. caicirstte: "Friday" morning at; Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Purr re ;
1 ilrs Carl not 1n a1ning,for Olympkr work to be completed.: The Tokyo spending several days with his' **
;, ', l Hfcrring.' originally .:-just a little snake: hy. $8.000 paid by Mr. Wood is 9' 0-,. A 'wort'period Was held cently.Cd. family; here." i: Keystone Heights, Florida "

fichedutel'to telch the "6th It teems that when !tr. HirpeTrRoi Green Rev. CuthbertNamed ; V Wednesday: < afternoon giving and Mrs. J. E. West ,
already deposit Sand
on in a 'll' e Ktystone Heights,
grade- i i
:! Keystone &hol! ..
;has ld r Girl mbre1 nd Jacksonville{ '
to his cage ,a1t..ut-:30: : (): Cove Springs Bank. -- Scouts I In4 the area I spen Mme, located. in. the center of'GIanJfl August 7th Thru 12th!
been ,
"promoted" to'8ti1 r ChaplainAt iti\ Sunday with Mr.; and Mrs. r '
opportunity", .actually. set V '
Hgh Shbcl a. m.. he noticed ths snake, Arbitrators in the case were .." is, now undfr nesvrniigemenf :
,-' to replace "Miss ate! 'tho g'ht It'' was, a joke Berwick Anderson of Green Sunland tip 1 c thii..Future plans to be Y.jCrawley., t smd" is. knowa as,

,\ who'. Designed. Mrs.Hiring unif: it disappeared.' Prom Cove Springs and Wm. T. made by. the, campers'.include! :Mr. and Mrs. R..I". Sim- I'the White Construction" Co. i FREE PRIZES! .

fields. is qualified1 in'both,. L then on, it--was anybody's Stockton Jr. and, Russell De- Rev. Samuel S.; Cuter of r a Visitor's.JDay" at the con. moiiS visited in the New Eng Ms. Sidney Gornto of',, .

it::ess where it was until cus- Grove of"J" ksonvnhc Keystone 'Heights hv beenn.med cpjsion,.of the ..camping 'sesstoii land States arid spent a fewdays and I,
of her grandsons Pat
As we told you last; week;: and Reunion on Cape Cod at HyannisPert. l .
a acamp
Womble .
t1iai 1 L e found Iand t .
chaplain of Sunland I
we planned a profile of each : next spring. 'They'vtsii d Mrs. B. B. I .. ,. Conie_ in ..dudnEt4e week ana
put an end to Its wander Training Center in G\. .esville.

new La: ui teacher cotWder'MrsHerrJng.She'is in 'our column.. ings. That ,was about 10:30: a;, master when John first\ start- ,Previously he served 12: The'c' mp' 18 '-open to. 'all I L'ell.Jr.;" in Hartford Conn., :Facial i I ,Hair I register for the,drawing, fora,
Biuiroies and GirhSct-uts: in M' and Mrs- Lee 'Williams -" -
incidentally it coral ed Cub Scouting.
m. ; was a ye tis: as pastor of t'4 mouth: :
a rnduate'ofJef rso I snake. No one,'knows how I it Picnic! Plans Underway .Meeting BaptIst Church'I in troops in ,Keystone Heights In Trumbull, Conn., Mi. and Gone Forever

County High' School in. Month: g
cello: attended for one ., of St. William's High L of Trieology wasearn'- fee'of $1::23 is the Grove N. J., Mr. and Mrs. I fAD
: "The same mornthg, our degree ... '
year. and gri'dt&.fl'from': ThUniversity H
Ir&ult of ao'ultsi 'volu\teering Paul Howell lit' Silver
Sv'.iool Instructions Class will]L The best way to
ndghbor, Jean Pox Ivt a few et! at Temple University, and I !!
of Florida this notes when she hold a Ski and Picnic at the his Bachelor of Divinity de- thilr servIce .. Although August Spring, Md., Mr. and Mrs T. : i'-i eliminate thli exjjcess -I
month, with a major ai Eng- soprano was Davie home on Lake Geneva 1 was ihea announced'clos M Simnibns Fayetteville. N. h hair problem j jI ;
giftfrom Eastern
her BaptiseTheological
so'Ing laundry in the I ) $12,50
IhW Ed c tiOn.iHer minor was ing date registrat'ons, due C and Mrs: and Mw Weir T is to in.
fivm 2:30: until 6 p. 1 ;Mem Seminary. He alaholts come ,
and ground rattler J
( gp age a '1 4'
JJomalism and'Sp '
: eth. Sheenjoys'creatyTg ,
to vacations: hasbeeif in Clinton, S. C.
bets of the Instruction Classa I registration, request professional !
crawled out of it oerhebr a BA degree from East '
i ; and r : Permanent Wave
writing and : St. Edwards in Starke are txtkcded,td Aogusl 5. Mrs. Armond Sikes and advice. A V ,
foot. e.i: Baptist College, and has :
for :sonrtUiinlf S.\1ttlc:\ more '' invited, as well.-Pleasa,.. make: .donework4w :. ;Ct: : t bring ch'Mren' are bisitthg"the Harry 4 ; li>case analysis; eaa
;4rbth' Bearing: A Sha
& i :
active. sh and herhusbandlikesto iV your reservations with Mrs. : at 'ffiPJrItealth, : ? Cards, 'nose-bag : yacksons.ilrs.: .c determine how ijooand.I1airSty11ng1 .

;: watei'skl., Mr Hejringworks'aV Anthony aoout the killed moccasin at the that Peach Bud] Lera Clemens, phone 3501. : m TempleUniversity the}ArmjTTlir Fore Hessned .' lunch ,and*bathing t utts' ont Edward Ferrell is in : to cope with your A Girl's Haircut A Revlon
Interstate Llf andAccident'Insdrance t.' 'opening day of Biadford 'County 'Holtal.V P; : hair condition. \
Call her also for information : camp
SreenJeach'[ you fay it?] any fr m 1942 to 1946. V. Compact. (children under J6
Company, like concerning Mofldaytugust7, at 9':30': &rrs.'Li11ian Wright'f Hill There Is noE.
you may
'' thht was "this big around,1, must be accompanied their
htre he Is'the; BOperVfsor. : } : tho! picnic. m- The camplng"d1-w.. .n close cr st. who': has'been 111 for cjur e fot con. by .

Mrs.: .Heiring, ll teach Hrfgh; .shake D.'i'n't'Juiow, shor.1 of th a ie bo wa's.-const[any ic. Annual ,Barbecue August' '26 ,in; and August. 29,"..Johnv Allen at'r''3::30. Transportation will I several weeks. :fa Victoria; :Hosp.ial : yersultaaon.. parents to register)

school English and ftth-! -physical ted :'bIg Tne ,Esfre'llita*cluir'p'r Key- .: .1 .,, ". !J.r? furnished by'! parents' of I Miami, is enjdying the
thatwas "this ,
I You.Do Not Have To Be Present To Win
rle girs| tt n'dIg'd4nip.: letters from her many friends EDMUND DWYER
around!" stcne .Heights isj its .Ar.y bpy who.ffnds he cannot .
WMi1n Of Interest Lo\Cal.Boy Eagle Scout annual. Chicken: JBarlkcue at i .serve ,ori,a 'particular day VI in Melrose. Electr logist KEYSTONE BEAUTY SHOP Under the new ownership I
I -rn._ fartJ.-- -Sn 1en.-widow On Saturday the 'Keystone i Public ';Beach' 'a ned to himj j ;.win*be responslble'for Mr. and Mrs. DaviJ Williams 1- i (17 Years Experience). of Lois and Ray Olson offers complete beau
,, evening, July Saturday 'evening i AuV. 26, cfiangia '' I in time for school wnile Miss visited his parents, } It1 '\;..UnIv. Ave.f Gainesville '
-- it i 29, John Allen,"son oi Mri with Mrj I I .. ; ty care.
McCullough will :
LSURA.NCEAuto.Fire.Casnalty I Lena : fr.m- 5:0 tUl O.,3rickets: another boy. go on to Mon 'and Mrs: Henry Williams. Call FR!:8 Q 9 far appointment ;
and the late Pa.
6'riz ahela, for atsit with
will be $1.2Tfor adults: 75c Pi>i>onalsMi. Miss Sharon Hendexsbn of
i FraorAlleh;received h;$ EagterSccut old friends fa her former Hours In Drop.Ins Invited
for children- Proceeds'1ll be Monday Keystone
Bonds and Allied LInes Award at the Court of and Mrs. DennU'DeWittand Soae t wn: Jacksonville spent last week' ,

Reynolds Insurance Honor of Troop 109. It was' a fo- the'Maso'lic Building- children of Kfystone Mrs. Carl Carnes leturnedh with Mr.-and ;Mrs.JValter Ad 1- F Heights, Ph. 4379,,

'full Fund. .Heights, and Mr. DeWi t's parents i d-on, "'and da ghte'rs. .
evening, starting withst'jng I
me from the "
i Baptist Hospital '
< Lwal Alan ,
Agency Injured Mr. and Mrs. J. H. De- ,
Mr. and
swinmingani; a picnc,, in Jacksonville last Mrs. Yale Parb

i ..W. L. Reynolds and conelud 1i.'with trie.Court ,f By Power Mower 'Witt,of Samsula. were in Sylvester Monday, after being there 'forseveral anol"V *.,family, have' mpted.. U
Darrell *
Davis had t
Ph. 2442 2101 of Honor. Rev. Fred Yerkesresente a narrow Ga. Sunday visiting l d ys. KEYTQNEHE1GHTS$ .. MELROSE

: Keystone J John e3cape Sundavwhile_ !mowing witfc the J.i H. DeWitis, other '* ,.
Heights, Fla.TJ < with his a- friends'of: Mrs. L. C. r Anna] Picknickuig
his lawn. blade hit bon
4 !le : a ,son and family. Mr. and Mrs.Talcert .
ward as he had been Scoot- ;
Gayle will
,. ., be happy to know t
left in the yard hi$ I
; by dog
J- _. ._ ; DeWitt. When *
----U r :_ ; they tha? she has been' Swimming
sent it flying. and lodged in I returned to Florida the Den L: discharged: 1 : !BUSINESS" I DIRECTORYMaytag

I !S Y T KEYlTOUE hL Jeg severing an artery anda I nt- DeWitts visited with :Mr. 'fro' Riverside Hospital 'wh re'she :tDancing H! -
; was taken several weeks
rerve. He was'able,hobble DWitt's sister Mrs. Margie I A ___ _
aso, but she Is F : -
under Doctor's :
Phone 3071 I around at work on \fonday,, Tlbmpsoni and three daildren I '. I Water Skiing APPLIANCESERVICE
careand is
; living in an REAL ESTATE
and at
present ,
was of Daytona Beach, on Monday.Mrs. V -
apartment on Post Street in %

:- LAKE BROOKLYN! -2 BR. Lot White Sand LakJ d'-Jng! fine. While enough this it'was could unfortunate -I Margie Thompson is. and: Jacksonville' for a while be- Wheeler Service Co. Brooklyn C. J. Pete O'Connor
three Children and Lois Orchestra
..; yeat ot'far c'rw,.. tty, San1950, Terms! '* ) hive been worse for Darr l L Donaldson and four to-i returning to her home L ,* We. Service: : TV, Washers,: Supply House REALTOR
j$3150'- ; oa Brookl7n BaY Circle.._ The___ uippU, rEIec. Repairs, Etc.
hid just told his wife to take n For Dancing REAL ESTATE:
of V
\ : were. guests Mr. and Mrs. PAINTS
!It ::
Gayles GRanite ,
are Keystone esidents 5-2401; M lroseSave -
\ :=- 100 n.Lot.serena:, -' Hard ,HUBBAID **** L0t4 'th"lr infant son in the house, De-nis DeWitt and family on EVERY Outside House MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
I' .. longstanding, Having been ,( this ad Worth $1 on '
road To' Lake $315 -T niVJ. Shoo- UpEasy.Terms.. 1 .B\tItY from the mower Must Tl1 nsday, July 27* The Keystone' Heighte. Phone 4297Winifred
on of Mildew' Resistant _
? the
., .., h: case and he wasn't a Thompsons and the Donald- first families,to live NIGHT -' 8 to 12 I next service call) -
of. on Brooklyn Bay, Circle. Dr. LDUT"lto, customer SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON ,
i minute too soon.. You Iln't HP from H.
sons are Daytona Beach.
J' ._. .:"I too careful it 'seems:--while; I The DeWitts and- guests enJoyed Gayle 1s a, pharmacist,, and ..' Between l eystone ,. ',3Ilrose, Keystone Hel hts. Phone 2741
I l
on5 and We Senice CRAWFORD
Both Areas.
operates Gayle's ,
'j operating a power ,nuwerf'We : 'a picnic dinner: at Keystone KEYSTONEBIAPH I Odom's Hardware
r = flW'maq' ALL .fi .
are' also to hear Blanding: Blvd.In WORK GUARANTEED Real Estate Broker
sorry Beach.Mr. .
=- Lp of JaCkso i1vme; Servicing Since 1947 & Lake Properties Acreage -
< another freak accident It : and Mrs. E. H. Dewey Supply
r Ranches
s ns that Ed Bennett injured I and son of Syracuse .N.. .Y. Mi. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson APPLIANCES V HARDWABE PAINT Business City

=. \ hi hand rather badly with a, spent the weekend with Mr I and daughters of ,San' Cement Blocks RedI Mix Homes Rentals
Iii sk; rope on Sunday. We hope and Mrs. Louis Kyle. on Lake j Continued' On. Kext Page] .Redfearn'sAppliances Cement In Take A Personal Interest
Your "
::> r that isn't his TV-fixin 1 1r I Requfrer nts
!? hand! Ktvstone. : Sinclair Kerosene.and Fuel Oils.'
P ,. Midway: Keystone" [
No Conflict _We :)had nice # Meter Service
a card from 1"H--'I'--p'i'---j S._uFl E r I '
t. Melrose
== ,$ Tie Annual Estrellua Chicken Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc of ... ..;}' ,_ _HOTPOINT APPLIANCES ;ilelrose ,Phoe: .Gr. 5-5421
., \ .PI4llFPJWf Hinay 31 ,
i, J Barbecue will be ,held on I ISaturday t Keystone 'Club Estates, who tJt -,;-", ,-,',.- -' -_ <- .. _?u T_$'_ Washers ,and Dryers '.,.-: -Open gaadays
evening. Aug 26. at i i vacationing in their for- I' ,Zenith T V -

th2 Keystone Beach; as we ''mer-hometown. Detrot.: They I* I SERVICE O.V ALL MAKES .RESTAURANT

1 'II E WISCONSIN sa&beforOn! ,the..saceypl. -t I say that Detroit i is change; -_ MILKV I Keystone Heights, Pthne 4252! San Lebrydo '

I I .-.... in?. the Keystone Volunteer'fire ''they, don't like it a nmore'1 j 1-BOATS- Lumber Co. Lawrence's Dinette

.. Dept. will Hold its An*-} and they expec to .l J\Qi& Short.
: It is considered that the State } We Specialize: in Custom Orders -:Saiuhriebt*
,Capitol building at nual HOOk-And-I: & > H9fTat'< by .
& f> i F W *? .' tt I Augusts. I TheJJOAiTJSarn: Cut Extra Lengths Bottled and Draught Beers
Madison is one'of the most impressivein the United* Keystone Inn. This should Capt..and Mrs. Richard An- Materials jSandays"Too- Ckeea Mondays I

=:.l B(Ues. Hourly tours are conducted tor frqrk; out fine ,for everyone, derson .or!Fort Sill Okla..are .ga1. ;92crr I*! MELKOSE GR 5-27C1 Cement .Mortar Mix-. Kitchen Open 11 A.M t p. M.Keyatona .
The '
weekdays.Madison" r : .time i'elemen;' is'just: i I'vislfing with Mrs. Anderson's N -' .. i Sheet Rock .J1ej

:: i is",located .on a .peninsula between takes lht. Those ..atteAd1.' Jhe,:mother Mrs. Aughtry' Vance. : I % Mill oo Hyw. 21 at'MIddisburg, ltfJ1L
"" (dancecAn enjoy the barbecue t Mrs Anderson ; RESTAURANTDRIVEIN
:: J/ the formtr ,
1inditai4d\ ,I I Phone 4283 lot
University of 4nd. thin ,
Wisconsin: very conveniently !! Ann Vance. They win be heje ,
:: boosts of one of the most beautjful' camp'ase i s.U is $rot: the street to ,th'? Ihni. '" 1 I aci>ut:'three w eki J 1'I Ice CreamEggsBread I 'MILLWORK : j I'White Top Drive-in '

) *n the 'wordsof'a popular 'S. ".
Mr\ and M \JEarl Cherry \ Good Place To 7aV'
:7 located on the. shores of Lake Mendota. 'Tourists 4o.g-that's '"Timinj' 'Hnd daughters1-j 'Keystone. ; : .Keystone |' Dinnel'J-Sanch\it.4t

t :: should also frMl include* a. visit, to !the TJ. S. Forest Pro- ,.CHURCHSt UUWtt's\, NEWS,Citholle, l Church i I*3uV Hc'ghts; 27.; for Thursday',their evening Some Millwork Shop I V Co1dDeer--Oin Rings
I dUdl Laboratory! : v :' ', i Aitar Boss 'fO I Xurtist "will1be !''In Joneafcoro Ga., near Atlanta pa., Cottage' Cheese CAB "E'rS.'DOOJ1S Take Out Odrt
I \\t- Curb
--.. .M' as follows: 8unday.Aug..6., whefc:!ir. Cherry wffl' be Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES Senrice After'6' P M.
t .
I 9.iep: n and Lee Button; teachingfh& fall | Orange Juice FLORIST mY SCREENS Open 11 A.-M. To Jlldaite; )'

r Si-noay 'Auj 13. David Rt. 21 Between Keystone: 1
Sch- Trim >Uerials
t Miss Anna

I I =- 1 m" t..KEYSTONE .STAT E "'ANK r F:4 atfeT'ana T/Ajig.l20.f llen1ftnd* srb Jimmy NeLan:Pox.' ; ,SUn-I and t 1 I1e&Wnite...Feather/ Ann McCulloufh Coort-:Shieffer and her of,,'1 1.Mar j| Melrose For FLOWERS AH Phone'Oeeasiont: GR 5-2331 \ Sash Keystone- Made Heights To Order WELL\ DRILLING Melrosg

4"lvi .
Sun .
aj, Aug.27Oe"illen '"
-- I > '' Irom FridajC
and, Lee Sat1a& -:\unoanlor i$ GAS-BOTTLED *
.1. I i }. gf 1lo WjBLLJniLLLNG
I MEMBER' F.D.i.C. : t **- i iheIj.t l y' Visftl''ArUl rtsips' '"*

Z4 A Jriendly Bank in A Friendly -Cqn) iiiiiity T Serving"--.nt'ita Tuesday m ming i s .aunts'' aha uncle. Keystone Gas Co.'U i Shaughnesay'aPAcKAGE ....._,.t :tKlCEMATHEws

ze : Keystone Heights FIt: hma esw" e: August 1, Darjid av! Mrs.. "Clarence Fo'uiergill, HOUR SERVICE STORE H

., r------ f &1aXf* r; Ausu i 8.,Lee I o. Alri una._ Va., and Mrs. S PHONE 4251 ;OPEN 8 A.. ) .-12 P. 3d!. DAILY ,

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'1tt-EY. 9'y..f.Mrs. Victor Kelley of Gainesville M. and Mrs. Herman McGuire ,............... .... ..................T..Y..y..r 10. The bride 'received many ding-is'also'' appreciated. thoughtful' acts of KL'1 ness ]prtsrnt at thee nr, c'tlng1 ; ,;

; J: :N'L at a dinner party. Kaultfiil I.The ....-' :. !!", '\'' ,
: gifts. Church News '''
Ir.n '
d the illness and aeath of
NAWs. --INfERE5 AU-.1.t ; 1 ; ._ > ,,'v Mwwi .3l.i, \,;. : :...E.. 1
Edwin Rothhammcr. fishing -I TOCOUNTY Woman1uhoi: ] Allen' Chapel "A. M.E h's wife. .
'JG'H. j Church' in U-/ :- oii tia! fifth "
at Steinhalchee Tt&mff, .Chapel! ,Church;.High Springs, I ch chill "obsen'e' pastoral \ The family ot the late ..
i.1" A&&AAAAAAAAAAAA&.. : HEIGHTSJ. caught the largest fishtor the li? xored the bride-eicct with! Day starting ,a lth Sunday Washington Powell is.praying :Sunday in OcfoSe'r.will tj M e l'.i ;
r R. Smith, pastor, Ralph boat that day, a .20'p6ondgrcuper. : jftr kioa) th,Givens] \ a slower: _on. July 15 I. 'School:/at' 9:45 ,a. rr. With for a:special blessing for the ; ; be served .fn tife uiis.t. ;. !

[From .. .'.. .. ., .. .. . : McCoy' friends !
Preceding .k' Mrs White
Page ( A a- A k A.A A A A AA AAAA Li A '!* A A"'*T i A A ft A 1.\ l 1 Mr.and ; .JUss Fannie Bell Frazier incharge. maity: who rendered Rev. Levy. Lennon, .P r
1 1 opeland.. Minister of Music ----------------------------- ---- .. --":-- ; :
$Jitonro, Fla., ,and former ?.nd church. organist.. Faith Presbyterian Church I 4lSumniPrbgtttlrt .; i II"a ..d!Mr.-and,Mrs.'Hairy Hari i j I .Love-Feast at 11 ,a. '' a,;d of kindness during the.:; of Allen Chapel? A.- l\I. .. i
I Jacksonville moa also..entertained .with ..a i dsathi:- Rlrs. Mae B. Scott ; -; !
dents Services;Sunday School 9:45: Kindergarten will open its secOii -j m. Holy' Communion p. m; experi
of this ar a. sur- iip: 10:50 :" year 'oh' Wedne'sfl1?,-SePt.1 7b4sisjhe\ ; ;lSt \"y ekt for .liey,are at home to friends, shower for, the, br1d -erect.. :
s I. m. Morning vV ors
D1s.d their friends.-Mrs. Una the, summer program with in'. their home at-5302= Lee!i *, 17.y I : \ tinted a spiritual revival t
I i. m. Training Union, 7:00 p. 6, with ,Mrs. L. O. Baldwhi ; i' invited to. attend.. ;All leaders The Missionary Uruon was ,, coni
6a qe"Dena Sunday.and sons, witr. a visit a. Evening services 8:00: p. oar; .Mrs.; John Webb ,as :FrtJay, .the iinal 1.'r.. 6nf c- Avenue,..ja'cksonville.Speclal .- ;-;rs. Idem "McCasslin ihd, a>i .asked to ,conta ,each h ''d at Allen Chapel Church':, dieted by Rev. W. H" Walter 1
tots Thtorapkfiis aDd knaecsonare ThinksAppreciation T $ II
Mr. I m. You are invited to share 1 teachers, both graduates of gra'ieltifar': ; Mrs.: Leola.Wilson. ixnderedwiuderful.jservice : I member. for the.benef''cf the last Sunday starting with ; of Jasper. One soul: 'was' .consverted ;(
and toe
Mrs. .
E. John NelQ ;
) rprider- '
$ 1 and I family Prayer tune with us. Alabama College, Moatevalio, 1S''extended to', | ; tn'pr ? te*aIds.: Sunday School The pxesideni I and' .added to thV
'daughter Cecelia ful received from
of A'a. cooperation ,M and,Mrs,. James-nouston':: for the rehearsal'cinner.., grateful for .'
;Jacksonville Registration wii take : frig A T: Paul,"hsb n: of the is the. attendance ,
church, for ue mem-
spent Saturday ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL' parents and students( in the which .
tg t1\ Mrs. Nelson's place on W dnesday, .Aug.. 30* was"able of Lawtey for. honoring the I;I| Mrs'-JMaurice-J.: White, who fete Mrs;,M.L.Pauljoins the Uuoughout the.. day. It is I :
sister Mrs. KEYSTONE activities.: t Everyone W .bet hip is grateful. .
CHURCH a:;, 10 i\\., m. at Faith ..Presby- ; rwent; bride-elect -.with a I;j sexed as 'director' of the ..weji. members m gratitude for the hewed that many more .will be

..Clemens., The Nelsons tfi'an! Church ,on SR ,21, ,at to improve himself wdally, saowsr' aLUieJrJbpme: OQ.u)1.i) j'i....,..., ", ,_,. :. to: __, .... -. ,.,...': :, ;? *, .. .. r"'.".. ,- .. ..- "I --, -- -' ." '
.came to. attend the Court of Sundays-9:30: a. m.; hurchi wiiich time parents : paysicatiy" and mentally. 1 1I I. ----- I ,_. -0- -I -_. _. !" n-. '. ._."> \ .. ) <.>. ,.." . .,'..I- .t...: ,. I I
seethe '
.H nor on Saturday evening I 5 hool. 9:30'a.: m. Morning I may I All teenagers:are invited to ,....""' : f"- !:'fo': .. ,_ 'J"' '* 'At.", < 1"
in J and list. Sunday equipment, the ,room, the r1TY. : ,
; Mmroe. Prayer .Sermon -! j attend the free hop given by ""' n '
1i '' P" :
Mrs; Jack Haberskoh I ,Holy Communion.16 p. fenced yard/may. consult:with i i th;>. Recreation !STS R :
; : ar- I I City Department tI' <;
'rived' prnc J rn. Episcopal Young JGhurchinen. U>e teachers and may secure ,,, ; w\ 1 : : = .
..1t Tuesday after each Wednesday night,
information, Children 4 and 5vears p 1' i "R"il. C 0. PS ..6,CL
;aiak : the rounds. in the.var- J! of maybe,errplledf.The aid: Friday'night at the Reno ,. tK /Jt U lIP. IJI t..

,ipus ..northern states, visiting! io vDays, 7_ :30 a. m; Holy 1 calendar Lade will, be coordinated i! Tbiatrefrom ?:30 to 9:30.1' ., --- : .... ."" .' ; :.

;- Uof/her::27 ,grandchildren in I Ip.ilirlJyl Communion. ThVre will be ',a free movie # .. \' .,
1ganla. 'New. .Yn'k; D- Third Wednesday -' Parish! :f with the Melrcse andt'aeKeystone thij Friday night. Music for .t '. '.. .' l; ,
l Baols I Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30: Heights Schools.A .
and> Indiana. Her husI I dancing by Jean Hoihies. Look' '-' .
nfchd1, arrived :p. m. < ,revival will be herd! July '
home from the \ j fo attractions in the near .1J1J e
w,th about ten days ago .The Rev. Millard;H. Brey- 30 through August .6 at EliamB i iufre: r a 1 J.l t

::$t Itagfng with him two of his fogle, Vicar. ,rtist Church with ate ,Rev.Cliarle's. I 'Victors' I :ffi1Jbou fIIJ \ ,

!4 ::idsons, Ronald and Gary .D. jMullIns?Eva: gellst, Mrs. Doretha Dell, wife of .l 1 t 1 1TIPTOP ...

iHuberstroh.: of South Williamj COMMUNITY: CHURCH who is,,Ii former missionary to ReT v Roosevelt Dell of'Atlanta, I r .
r j ;L.; Pa.On Monde, thetbcys' KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Hawaii. 'Trie" time is 10 a.m._ Ga., "formerlY of Starke, and 'QUALITYStarlce 1 Ra A

\ father Jack and 745; p..m. The nursery. I'
Haberstroh, children are visiting relatives ,
A., C. Holt, Minister will be open''each, evening. 9 -
iaiiived from Wllllamspor 1\1rs'J. Hethertaffton __ u _. in Brooker and Pleasant] lib
\wtt11 his L. ?.irs. Julia reiene tenon
daughter and his I Grove. They 'were weekend I jj -
Youngest Organist and Choir Director.) 0: Tampa died Wednesday: i -
Marcia HaeeiStroh. \ I guests ot Rev. and Mr .- Levy
and he and his Sunday School ,,8:45 a. m night after,a lingering, illness. Lennon. Rev- Dell is pasturing.

'aaaghter and' sons plan to Morning Worship, 10 a. m. Sh&' was survived ,by three In Atlanta and reported to be .. '

teae far'home this weekend.; t........tivME ..T..T....... sUitrs, Mrs. John Griner" Melrose doiiig successful work.Mrs .
: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Young : Mrs. W. N. Gaskins, Safora Royal and: ,/
Cher-ry; : LROSiEAU..u.uA.A1uk Lakeland: and 'Miss. Virginia grcn&on, Jimmy Jenkins, son

; Felene, Tampa. of .Rev. -Alfonsia and Mrs.

ji Md .jaoved: In Jast .weekend. Last week's winners of the Alraa! Jenkins, have left forFuit j

Tue ;isYpungshave! two chllittren.ltandmoved [From Preceding Page] Duplicate Bridge ,Club' were: I IFirt ftette for a month's 3 Q .s.. ,. ,- .' -- '- ./. _. .. ."1,
; .place, Mrs. .W.: C. O'Neal vxr'ation'with relatives '\1; N -'--- .,- ,
toKeystoniiTrMnjJacksonville. ; : and of IWY. put, ,St. '; -." ,( .t.t e'f ', J : .' '(;
: ,}.fi. ;Young Jacksonville spent the week .and Mrs. Clyde A. Simpson; fronds.Club1 .
xlg the brother with Mrs..E. W. Steinert. Second place,' flO .ID roRCilFRESH: DRESSED' Iii pRAWN -i
of Mrs. W. L. Mrs. Val Givens Nfettees s :QR..G,.. ... J' "
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lB ince. And: the son of Jifrs.jPrtrnk Charles Perry is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bryan: Third Carnation 'Jjfocial f Saving ffortda t a -

'fltjtchberry Key- aid Mrs. Rufus Jordan and place, Mrs. Ray Becker and Cab will meet at 8 p. m.. Monday ER LUiS

stone.. He is with the Starke sons, in Lake' City. I Ml' .- OU' ,Allen; and Fourth Aug. 7, in the'Rend The : c;

branch of the Centrat.Florida Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker place Mrs.' H. T. Dent and tre. All niembers are asked to ::,> g", : rl.. ::r., ,, ...:''tio..m., fRY. LB
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a GeLS Co. visited friends in St. Petersburg Mis Iva Hillyer.. attend and be on time for I: .',' : 1 .REA5IB! _

sibs Paul Holl.and children for the weekend. business of vital importance.All I'' \" ;; FINE TEX 1 H _

,anj'' Mrs. Holl's father. Mr.! Itev. and Mrs Charles Davis TRINITY .EPISCOPAL 1 club members and friends i : .. .. : ''':'': : 'I : -.
='Uc'Jdem.plan to' l leave for t a.ld children are spending'j i CHURCH :MELROSE experienced an enjoyable time I I .... ...,>-;......:..,.' :$:..: ((WRITE, OR BLUE) ( : \a ,

their home in Pittsburgh this ther vacation on Swan Lake.| :on the annual beach trip last .,t. ;

;weekend, having concluded I Rv. Davis is a former pastor' School.Sundays 11:45'ai-;10 a.,m. .Church ''Saturday.CtmpiTime: i1 flEThRGNT : W 5c
: m. Morning 'tL
4 their annual visit t0- Keystone. of Eliam Baptist Church. I : i q a
and Sermon
: Morris of Cali- Prayer First i -
Heights. Mrs Mary
'The-/Christian Camp conducted r ,
Sunday, Holy Communion 6t '
Mrs. f iia visited friends in Mel- GIANT J: )
Ella' ):
Andre arrived fort boys each will 49
p..m. Episcopal Young Chureh- year i S) alb'. 10c
I home1 Thursday evening, July nw last week. be held August 14-19 in St. i SIZE : .NTSG REEK

j27., after f two weeks in Sara- ,, Barbara Breyfogle is spend- men.Holy 'Ai gustlne. ,Any.boy: ;: to 16 : .. CI ,. 1dIlIH OF f5.0o CR ST
10 a
.ilaota.with I in two weeks at Weed Days m.Holy c r p; r Rf F90D
Mr. and Mrs.' Harry. i ; Communion. yours ofage, is eligible .to-at- r NECKeS, .:i l ci t'tA'
:.rJH near Carrabelle.Mr. \ .tend. will, need tO. f ,
The: Rev. Millard H. Brey- However you 1 5
? and Mrs. J. M. Binns : ....; .
and Mrs. 3. J. Andre ogle, Vicar. the pepper statement from i(i '. ... .,+'',...3. .HI lle '. spiry
;d, children from Atlanta are I and daughter of Jacksonville: ynrl! doctor as.,to the condition -.:... 1 L... ,69ci Aoprsf 6 i
a/i spending the week with 1 '1' ': '< I La' Coo
(rtstlng Mrs.' Ella ;Andre Mr. t ]i FIRST 3IETHODISTCHURCH : o7 .health before attending I 1 1i
ndre's mother.'4&'Keystone e : Mr' and'lrs.. W. H. Alien and MELROSE: ,.The..fee. Is. $7 and.J2:of this.

...e!.ghts. They planned, to go family. J .ait-pntmust,be' ,sent, in as a I Giziaids LB-25c
to Silver Springs tand Marine }{r. and Mrs. Johnny New- Sunday, 9:45 a. m.. Church rs l tratioh ..fee. For aiforma'tiiii -I i GIANT QUEER s
I some, Mrs and; Mrs. Jack McEiveen i Gchool for all .
and this week, and then toSMaltland i ages, 11 a. m. concerning the camp,

to visit Mrs. Andre's and children and Mr. '''Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., contactMrs..-Maurice-J.-White I' c;:.." .- .. '...... .. ,
t ughterMrs.E..M.Morrison., and Mrs. Hawkins and son. of 'Youth Fellowship.. in'Starke' or ;write to w! M. .. .... -m .. -- -
Hartsville.: S. C. visited Mr.. I 'Wednesday. 7:30 1 ;" a .. MAXWELL IOUSE WITH! ( FOOD ORDER
fhv Atlanta Andres will reran I : p. m. Bible N, 12304H ndrkks.Avt., Jacksonville "LIMIT-I ;
and Mrs. Maxie King andMiss i Study and Prayer J : : "
I home ''thisweekend?**' Meeting.Rev. ;:?, Fla. ; ._ ., .
Rita Tiller. j t J. '. yo.. .1
Springer, putor. ',
"Bl1tlfl1J.W icicUD s; .
J:'.Mr. and Mrs. W. Hal Hand t'' t'.
Airs.\ Bart Riley and children .'&"1-. rainbow wedding of r t't tl '
e .
::1\ '
C ben having lots of company 'of .*.--- .. '
Faith ;
lately. Mr. Hal: is two ,of, Jacksonville and Mrs. !'PrwbjteriaA .M :-y Helen White W Leroy I 'f '
: errs and their families I D. R. WOdrich and children Ch rih,' Melrose Cciitman' was solemnised Sun ,, 1 .1' j, ..i

were visiting here- ucently.Tiey of Miami visited Mr. and Sunday services "day.'July 23, at 5 p. m. in the i i > II\ .
j' Mrs. Albert C. Spires Satur Mount A.. E.j j'
were Mr. and Mrs. Carl School 9:45 ,a. m. Morning new Pisgah M.
McDanlel and two of I day. Ch.rch.with Rev. J.-A.. .E t .J
tons Worship, 11 a. m. Rev James -
Ho'nestead. and .Mr., aid Mrs. i j Frank Philpott, who holds R. Neale Jr.,, pestoi.d mage officiating. Orim-j ',' : ; :
Charles: peck and" son from free fishing classes each Sat- She bride Is the .ca! '. : 1 ,

*AiberqueQue, N. M: Other I[f i urday from 1:30: to 2:50:: ha NOTICE OF IXTKXTlfex of Rev and Mrs. R. L. Shaw, I "'

JvLntors were Mr. Hand's ,1 his: program televised Thursday REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: ana the ''bridegroom is the
Xotli-e; la hereby ,given that of Mr. and Mrs: Abe Coleman
night. son -
]brother! Herman Hall, tftid the undersigned, t
I under- the pro 'I
Swift;*And five children"of BlyJ Miss Marilyn Thigpen, Miss visions of Chapter '%&953. Laws ...
Putnam of Florida. Arts of 1941. will register Miss Rosebud KIttics served -
the, Cal., who were rere last I County, and granddaughter with the Clerk of the
,weekend. 'Another, !'U !terrpr.; t of Mr. and Mrs. R cuit Court. In and for Bradford Cir 'as' vocalist, wit'-i: ,Mrs .' _

fcw.-A. 'Hand 'and wife and M. Cason will represent Putnam I proof County of Florida publication, upon of receipt this no of Willie M. Randolph as her J '

daughter-from Coman'he, C M. i' County in the Queen of tice the fictitious name of accompanist. \ m
+ the ''Florida hARLEY under Given in marriege by .her S.
i Crown
and an uncle Senator .J. beauty .
ron Fowler of Hors Okia t y-I'I j pageant to be held at Jacksonville at which Rt. I 1 am Box engaged 12-A:! Starke in business,Fla. father,. the ,bride has as maidof I i 'u" _... ..,. J; ., : "it. .. ... '. r: DIT.\.tO'.t\! kl qy j '

are expected this weekend. On Beach Aug., 26. Starke E. L., Mark Fla. Sole y, Rt.owner.1 Box 12-A. honor Miss Vero. C. Cole- .. m !. u 'I : I 'S

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tfctday: evening, Mr. and Mrs. 1 he Training Union of the Dated this :6th day of July, A. man. Bridesmaids; were Misses .

Hand will entertain; Mr>; and.Mrs. Baptist Church held a party County D. 1961 Florida at Starke, Bradford Joan-< Britt; Genell Lewis, Lu- ,

J., B. Hiltz i and"''Mr. and Saturday night at the home of 1-:7 4t 817FIIO elk Walker, Velma Tyson, IEWEL r VEG'etOL !
1 MoilYtBell Tyson Cotes Houston fi
Evelyn Young, and Mrs ERC

I Jerroldine Roll' of DaytonaBeach I : .61GgN.. .. + rtlm xw
'OW, : 1 III ,t +ohoa ,!trlrn+aac set;, ,rwasWta

.. ..- ;;.. Head ushers were5ammie SH.D E C

.p j idolCikur f.
L52 White, brother 'ef the 1 t +utarisr ArKRAFT'S

brie! ,and Isom Parks. Other -, aoDt snI

t ; F 1 FUNINThESUt groomsmen were Cecil Clarke.

'' Lakeland, Willie A. Kelly. Al- .
: e.-:. r + is i! ,'it 'I'' freu L. Hodge, Levi Dexter, : RICH CREAMY QUART i t

..': .' Simon Mitchell and Charle
i Ccrlngton.:: Richard Gone of l _

M'T .'.."",,, ...... -....... !'| Gt ,en Cove for Springs' served as P FOOD- / .r e Y T, ..
I beii man the groom. Lar- I! .'I''' 'EWITHl ORDER.3 whir Ilnu c r ira or
,lINe. NA. _',
t' iAllt
, .. I rj Griffin Robert Clark and :
... .. i BUy Bryant served as pages.11 : t-j S. ;!

j 6 i The flower girls Gloria Jean .. ,_
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.' GcJfin and Linda Brown,1 ff ipK.W
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:i w-ic bouffant white organdy _
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I < r dresses-:; [ roy- 1.7 tt SP C4IIOR4'M '

J I I The little ring bearers. Mi- ., .. ...
1\ cMiel Robinson.and: Paul,Williwswore d4
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a \ white, suits. 4
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I\ .. ; ? : : The bride chose.a white imporidd / MERCHANTS>; GR&N STAWfS

: ) c. l 'hand clipped gown ,.' 1 I"l WITH THE FURCHAM: or 14 ozCCLU2
with a molded bodice highlighted -
.. .... Jot.- -..ff with ruffles. The skirt c PEANUTS
t TN!! COUGON ilicR lap
I deep; gathertdflounce AUBtJaTlH1 1"

: I treminating in a volmainious j\ 1
(, i frill In sunburst j
\ t. : Y I effscU Her trple veil was ..secntd i ., 0 J

.4 ,, to a oi .Scot ICI "
: i Queen |FRESH1> OlSP C ORNIA .. .. r .
'- -
.i ; ; crown of, Alencon ace and >
sB a. .b3 Iah of bob the b t )':,' .' ',.=-.r' I seed pearls. She carnea a cascade

> '' I: bouquet white car _. 21z'5( MERCHANTS GREEK STAIcu -
i ">. .", i 'm..;ons centered with a whle! PAS IL{ )k .lE : 4 T1t/1r1 D/YOYRIOtDI

j to t !I orchid. 4 r Or 1 K1N/STEAKS****<* AafnRrlO

,h '. it J ( : A reception followed the '
: r Tlua cautD lfXlat !
' -- -' i ceremony fm.the old Mount MORToN tRF.-ioz IIiJt3t191+8 tybl
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. .' I L Pi3 ah Church."hkh :*as dec.t 4! tlOi; +iY
f qZ'
ors ed with all green palmettos '? .

I 7 The bride's table v:as covered FRUIT ;" 1Sd'APP= CRY ,'/. m E'. r C;
I with a white satin tablecloth '
f S ,with the weddSIigcakt '
: I' tj Nttr:: A1:0: .
.R I ('DA- in the center and a crystal '. .' .. ',: 4-' }O.r
l : pu th bowl at the side. 'I A4IRCHANTS.CJtEEN STAMPSJ
1M DAN4Y" wl1N 'NCFt1Rti f i t: crxi
I Mrs. Coleman is a' :etude ,
-' "C'I
O8. A 1 :N'K' IT: a>. Edward., Waters. College in ., BO At; E'rY6i dlitA 0
: : '. Jacksonville: where &.t11l ::1 ; l

j' 4 I'-.jj THC rWllOA NATIONAL CROU' '- '- --- ', '- .' |.enter;'aV t a Junior:..lgajotbtg ;iri, jl il il.j ;I j G' I,.1, j6 11cr:: i TH1 AUOlJlT! COllvdt4 w WtlRtt.1l / n

I .;::. MCM| R FEDERAL;PlWT UtjIURAfiCC etrne1aary education .his! faHr. I! t'. tQ. CODETr

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IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Julia Markey in High LaCrosse visited Mr. and Mrs: ch5Idzen of Gainesville Mrs. Mr.JandJMrs .1tE.. Lee, VTTYYYYVYVYYVVYYTVYYYT VVVYVVYVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV

Springs Sunday afternoon. Pitt Baxter recently.Mr. Will Melton and son and KalrenndJohn spent their \

BROOKER $r. and Mrs. Rodney A. and :Mrs. C. L. Mess- granddaughter of Waldo and vacation'inn i New Orleans last STATE FARM PINE LEVEL One Quart or Gallon

y Bexher were visiting her parent more and Mary of Miami were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKinneyand week. They say they had a .
Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. children of Gainesville. wonderfultime.We Of Extra Cost
By Shirley GreenJAAAAAAJLAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 By Mrs. O. E. Br'trs. J. E. McRae I l .'
Hodges for a few days last Green and Annette Thursday.Mr. Mr.-, ana Mrs. Richard McKinney -. welcome Mr. and Mrs. crosby ., With Each

week enrpute to Jacksonville and Mrs.Les Hardee, SrJ ,){ Jacksonville were Bill Zack, and children who tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'Among FREE

t. after a two weeks' vacationin of Jacksonville were Sunday recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J have recently moved' ,here. One You Buy.
; Mrs. H. E. Stokes was visiting Mrs: Melvin McKinney and the visitors at Pin:
New England and New dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Wi'lis.
They are occupying the H. C.:
Mr. ,and Mrs. John Eddy children Level Church last : Gal.
York. spent several days Sunday were Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98
W. E. Bigham Jr. and
family Miss Gloria McKinney recently K eiiy cottage.. Mrs. Zack is
in Waldo
Thursday. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Allen Hall and children i!
." Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin Mrs. Hattie Lee and '" ,
son visited friends and relatives 'the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Register -
Theodore Sapp. of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.j CARTER PAINT STORE
of visited fdA-RY
Tampa Mr. and Lords and Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso 4n Wauchula. L. S. Tanner
of Jacksonville visited Mr. I Mis. Cecil Melvin and 'Lee of ,Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren Bishop Myrick and rhildreaj':
family S. C.were
Seneca John McKinney recently Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts -
and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and I 8th Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588
501 N. W. Ave.
and children of fo N. J.. Mr. and! ,
: last Sunday and Monday.. weekend guests of Mr. visited his\ sister Mrs. Lizzie 'were visiting Mrs. R. R. .Lakehurse. \. ._ _
Saturday night.Miss
Lucretia. Mr. ,and Mrs. R. A. Green ail Mrs. Lloyd Wood. Mr. and Wynn; who was ill hi the Lake Ti'tde in Jacksonville Thurs- Ga. were visiting his brother- Mis.E. Jarvis and children of
Cuaibee of
in-aw and sister Mr. and Jacksonville,Mrs. A. Vutch of
and family of Lake City visit- Mrs. Edison Wood and son Eutler. hospital\ da,},

Jacksonville weekend with was her home parents.for the ed Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green Chuck, of Lakeland joined Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willis Mr. and Mrs. J.: C. Tye, andC1:1'dren M's. Pete Harrell, last Thurs- Lakeland Rufus Crosby of

and family Sunday them on Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville Mrs. B. Parrisfl
recently \isited Mrs. W11l1s.schUdren. spent Sunday with day.Dinner
Mr and Mrs. Warren Mizelle.
< Mrs. T. W. Markey was and Mrs. Earl Green Dannie guests of Mr. and o! Lake Butler, Alic Crosb/ i
and Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. RobertsJ
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nor-
visaing Mrs. R. 8. Johns in aril family and Mr. and Mrs.Ert'est Wall in Lake City. and children of Jacksonville Mrr Louis Marton last Tues- of verview.Betty Horld of I
man of Starke Mr. and Mrs. day were his mother Mrs.A Mr. and \tars. Bill
and I
Eustace Kelley of Keystone Lake Butler Tuesday afterno'n. Edwards and family Mrs. Lorn Parrish and Mrs. who are vacationing at Cocoa
:ex Marton. and his of AtlantaDr.
night sister Henderson
were: Sunday
supper Murray Osteen of
He'ghts. Mrs. Bill Miller and Miami Kingsley Lake.
'latnilyof Salt Lake City Mrs. H. E. Stokes has returned guests of Mr. and Mrs F. M. 'visited relatives here recently. Miss Loraine Priest returned Mrs. Cecil McGee :and children W. E. ,Hall spent last

Mr. from Boston. Mass. Vickery and family in Gainesville Fred-White has returned to Sunday after visit with Mr. and Miss Carolyn Mar- Thursday and Friday:; with I
TJbh and Mrs. Harry Edwards
of were she spent two weeks his home in Titusville after and Mrs. E. W. Williams of tor.:, all of Green: Cove his son-in-law and '\ughter.1 I
Jacksonville and Mr. NATURAL L
and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and wits her daughter, Mrs. Jewel Mr. and Mrs Arthur Kelley spending,a while with his sister Wellborn. They accompanied Springs; and Mrs. Marten's Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Murrhse
Keldwell. and daughter of Sarasota Mrs. Leila brother Dewey Warren and In Billiard.
family were Sunday guests of Willis. her and stayed for a, while I
':Mrs. Lottie Edwards. Recent visitors of Mr. and visired Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mr. and Mrs. Alber Sparks I with the family. Others in children of Savannah, Ga. Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin Mrs. Wallie Crews were: Mrs. Deal and Mrs.. .Rosa. Kelley held a hayride for the young tan Priest home on Sunday Little Donna Marton :cturned Gall Reddish arid Mrs..1! Economical
Katie Pugh Mr. and Mrs. last week. I to Green Cove with her aunt, Dependable --
of Mrs.
and family visited Mr. and people Graham Baptist were Mr. and George Lucian Conner were visiting
:Mrs. William Fowler and family Tern. Wander and Mrs. Jo Mr; ,and, Mrs., Johnny Helt Church last Saturday night. Summerlin of Lake City. an:" Johnny McGee was a the 1st Baptist Church in PHONE 9644301NIGHT 964-2411 I

in Jacksonville Sunday. Few, all of Pensacola. Mr.,and of Apopka visited Mr. and James McKinney was going Zack Roberts of Hastings guest of Bobby Marton until West Hollywood last Sunday.

Mrs. Arthur Hall of Jack- Mrs. H. B. Scott Rita and Mrs. Ned Hicks last'weekend. over to Mack Abernathy'sabout was visiting his brother Saturday.Mr. Vacation Bible School start- CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. I
M'ckey' of Orlando Mi. and Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop and and Mrs. J. H. Spence
9 clock
o last Friday George Roberts and Mrs.
so/ idle visited Mr. and Mrs.L. ed at Pine Level Monday witha
Mn Joe Breeden and family Ray of Mobile Ala. and Miss .o! Jacksonville were weekend
L. Dyal and Mrs. Rosa Kelley night and saw a big rattlesnake Roberts and his sister, Mrs. large attendance. Ii will
of Lacrosse. Mrs. Louise Hicks Linda Green visited' Mr. and guests of Mrs. Spense's par-
Thursday and Fri r.y. Mrs. crossing the road. He ETfie Miner Wednesday.On close Friday and Saturday i .
o' Jacksonville Mrs. Lavonia Mrs. Eudel Vaughn and fam- e its, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Rjia': Kelley returned with ran over him but wasn't sure Sunday Mr. and Mrs. night,there will be a program.
Mr*. Hall for a visit. Yarbrough: Gloria and Clifford ily in Miami several days las fie killed him, so he had a big Paul Bennett, :Mrs.. L. STan- Crosby. The CrosbY3, theirgjccts Everyone welcome. Attention Livestock Producers!

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mess- and Debbie and Arnold week. They were also the over- rope in back of the truck and ner Mrs. Bill Zack and their and Miss Diane Spence
Reid all of Melrose. nght guests of Mr. and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. The Heart of Florida Youth
Mrs. killed him with that. ;
This children and Mrs. Troy Ben-
mere and Mary of Miami and Friday If have hogs or _
Fellowship will meet you .
J W. Sullivan H. Raulerson in Gainesville
and sons of Tom Steele in Vero Beach.
five big rattlers he has nett guests at dinner
-A'an Messmore of Ocala visit- were a cattle to sell in
; Gainesville : Saturday night. night Aug. 4, at the Montrose now or
visited Miss
Mr. and Juanita States ker of killed.TTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTVTVTVV. '
hDnoring Mrs. G. L. 'I
: Sapp on
ed Mr. and Mrs. A L. Green ini '
.' Avenue Baptist Church the future please con-
Mrs. Tate Alvarez
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and family Tallahassee was home for the This enjoying '.
Lid Annette Monday. I I Saturday. weekend with her parents Mr. m-w birthday. affair was a week's vacation thiS Lake City. Cars will a.ve the ,' tact one 'of the buyers :
Mrs. Wilson Russ and I given by MIL Sapp's brother 6:30 '
sons Level Church at : -
Karen Pine at Copeland Sausage
Mizelle celebrated Mrs. W. C. Stalnsker.Mr. and sister-in-law, Mr. and I'i.
-of Apopka were guests' of Mr.I I her extend to Ira and there will be room for and give them '
f birthday Saturday night ,and Mrs. Alex Williams RISINGBy I Mrs. John-Bennett: in their sympathy ':, Company .
ei Mrs. Ned Hicks las week. with Slumber Young and family of lake''' everybody who wishes to go. II to ...
I a Party% There and Kirk of Jacksonville, were home at the State Farm. j an opportunity buy.
Karen Mizelle spent a few were seven present to help vising Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mrs. Hattie Mathis is I Bulier in the loss of his'J We' are happy to hear that your livestock.

days last ,week with her cousin celebrate.Mrs. Green several days last week. Mrs. Gordan Jones spending!! ?some time with her'I' mother last week. 'I Mrs. Thelma Conner is doing

Carol Rahn. at the State Eva Harrell was the Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyal 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABirthday sou. Harry.Mathis, and familyat Miss Melissa Gamble has : well after her operation. Shs COPELAND OFFERS YOU

Farnu weekend! guest of Mr. and have returned to Pompano CroSS'Cit.v; returned to her home after I is in the Glendale Hospital in
4 BIG !
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Paul Emery and familyin Beach after visiting friends Party '- *. ?: spending some time with her Palitka." ADVANTAGES
Mrs. 1C C.: Harley
a-Aa; Mrs:: Clara Mae ,Bishop Palatka. and relatives for a few weeks. Mrs. Howard Brown was acoom- grandmother Mrs. Gamble in Mrs. H. M. McRae :is spend-
honored Sunday July 23. witha pat ied by Miss Abbie, Randy, 1. Cash market day.
aai son, Ray AnnouncementThere Live Oak. every
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw of : ins this week in Jacksonville ,
JeoJ and: Miss Joanne' Rafuse
surprise birthday party given ,
will be a miscellaneous Uttle Elzine Kingston received with her son-in-law and ; 2. No commission.
by Mr. and MM. J. M. were Sunday visitors of Mr.ail' .
shower for Mr. ar.d Mrs. severe bruises on her daughter Mr. and Mr?. Allen .
Dyre. Dinner was served out- Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham 3. Special consideration given, to meat
Over :Years Terry.McDavid Sunday night in Briceville. ain last Sunday whea she fell HalL i
gQ sidj and Mrs. Brown received f
August 13, at 9 o'clock in o.i her skates. Fortunatelyshe Starling hogs
Mr. and Mrs. Robert type
nice Mrs.
: many gifts. Amcng the Effie Miner accompanied -
Constant Service ,: the. Brooker Community Center 95 guests present were the by Mrs. Bill Reid' '.andS bones.did not have an.' broken and family were in Apalachicola 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities. i
last week for the
I flowing;! from out of town: I of Jacksonville spent Ii
II All friends of the coupleare Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris Friday:: and Saturday with Mr. Rev. Rex Brookins will fill wedding of Mrs. Starling's" .

H. C. WALL invited to attend. and son Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and Mrs. Frank Wells and the pulpit at Bayless Hiway nephew, Charles Crosby. San !

UR A E I I TTT T'YTYYTTTYTYYGRAHAM Diesner! Mrs. J. A. Diesner daughters hi Leesburg.Mrs. Baptist Church Sunday morn- dra ,Starling was one of the jl i CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011

Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Graham Joyce Futch gas the ing and evening. Everyone in- bridesmaids

AGENCYFire and family Mr. and :Mrs. Leroy !- guest Monday of Mrs:: T. :G. v'ted to attend. Everyone enjoyed *,he two II CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON

Jackson and family. Mr. Woodard in 'Gainesville.IB .Ir. and Mrs. Warer Quiett o PRESTON POLE 11
days last week at the Tri- ,
and Mrs. Virgil Brown and any children of Jacksonville I
Liability Life Mrs. John McKiaoeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA/ family Mr. and Mrs. Hubert .sent the weekend with her State Fellowship held at i;,

Brown and children Mrs. Of The Bradford Co>t7 County 7.dge'i Florida Court parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jchnsttfwn Baptist Church. j jHoUls I i iI Copeland

I Lah ,Brown Mr. and Mrs. Im rrokat .Addison.E ,
Mr. and Mrs. James' C. i In Rt: Estate,of Evelyn E. V. Knight
Mack Hugh and family and Starke, Fla.Attorney .
Whelan also
known as Evelyn Whelan, also known a* Eve-
For The Best-Deal Landreth and daughter ofBirmingham Mi and Mrs.J. B. Brown allo N.' Whelan and, as Evelyn",Nor lyn N. Wbelan and as Evelyn for Admrz. SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA
.. Anywhere Ala. visited Mr. Jacksonville Mrs. Doris stadt Whelan. Deceased.Notice Norstadt Whelan, deceased. 713'4ts
; Of Filing Petition For
and Mrs. Vice ,during the .Final Discharge AdD ntetra.. J
iliddleton. and.family at,Fort Of;,
SeeROBERTS' trlx .
Myers Mrs.. Margaret Brown To All Whom It May Concern:
Mr. and Mrs. Albert.Sparks and friend of Plant City, Mrs.Mfl'nle Notice U hereby given that I
have retuned.from week's have filed my final returns a.admmlatratrlx .
CHEVROLETAND Phillips of Live Oak, with the Will F AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY .
visit! in '
Gulfport MisS. and Raymond Brown of annexed of the estate of EvelynE. .
tney visited Mr and Mrs, Pete Whelan also known;.as Eve .
Worthington- Springs. lye N. Whelan and as Evelyn .',
OLDSMOBiLE Norton i The honoree received many Norstadt Whelan; that.I have "
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Collins / filed my petition for final ''dis ._m .
lovely gifts. charge and that I will apply to
AUTHORIZED DEALER cf Deland were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor- the Honorable-Theron A. Yawn AUTO. GLASS AUTO'SALES & SERVICE ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES
of Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Willis. County Judge of Bradford County -
man and family of Oklawaha Florida on the 14th day of
Weekend guests.-of Mr. and visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward August 19 l. at 10 o'clock a.. m. 'Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor Lillian's' Music Store
Ph. 3033 Green Cove
Springs, Fla. for approval of the same and Mauldin'
Mrs. John McK1tmey were Mr.I I Norman last Sunday. for final discharge as admini Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader"
y- and Mrs. V. L. McKinney and stratrix with the will annexedof LARKANGLIA -
I Miss Mary Weber. o? Jacksonville the estate of Evelyn E.Whe- Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Since 1933
is visiting Mr. and lan, deceasday KRAKAVER WINTER-
T of July, 1981..
Authorized Sales & Service
Mrs. Raymond Crosby for two Dorothy Agnes SwanbomAdministratrix COMPLETE STOCK CURVED COMPLETE ELECTRIC
with the Will "Complete. Service for AllMakes" MOTOR PIANOS.- PIANOROANS
annexed of the estate of Evelyn

... 506 E. University Ave. "Distributor of Guitars Drums Sheet
wecksLilTEY Windshield & Door Glass
: SeeWestinghouse FR 2151Gainem1le. New Lincoln Motors" Music
Replaced In Any Make Fla. FR 2-831& BudgetsFR

and Car Or Truck 1030 S. Main Gainesville 6-5931
from a never-ending messy- chore Freezers
By Ensa Blanchard We Handle Safety Glass AUTOMATIC 112 8. E. First Gainesvilla
Air ConditionersAt
iU electric dishwasher LAAAA.AAAA AAAA. AAAi TRANSMISSIONS .
;. !1314 S. Main, Gainesville
i Another House Warming Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's Opticians

.t l caves preckjus'extra hours"fociun. and family I This time for Mr. and Mrs. North Florida ; AUTOMATIC Inc. Lindsey L. Bechun, R. O.

Leiie Phillips in their new Supply !AUTO SALES & SERVICE TRANSMISSIONSARE Lenses Duplicated.._
.. ... i
>,. .. ._ '- '. c ." '... ',:" ," .....' .'.: .." :W :;'. :......:..'jwc.........m....*......._ I home. Among those enjoyingthe 964-2113 OUR BUSINESS I Artificial Eyes Prescriptions I I
party were two cf Mrs. I niPERIAL CHRYSLER Filled Prompter

Dealv.wash onsther dah by hand! Your hands will be IID OtberlCftar. Phillips' sisters, Mr?. Cloe 412 E. Call St. ;I PLYMOUTH VALIANT Service. & RepairsWork MASSEYFERGUSONFarm 22 ,W. University FR $$516

la m Electric Dishwasher you CAB lovelier...your kitchen tidier.,.your Bowie and'Mrs. Wayne Fegal Starke, Fla. Guaranteed Equipment And -"' Gainesville. Fla. ;

,v". rte. lip dirty dahes classes, silverMM mealtimes happy times because xn Eke more and? _,their and children a brother of and Dins-sister "You Can Be Sore. r Authorized Service Sales Parts Lamar PearsonAT TractorsFR'6-4385 I POWERSAW8 I II

and even pots '. pan*. Simply trie Dishwasher ends forever the messy in-law Mr.and Mrs. Derrel If It's Westinghouse"l Archer Rd. Gainesville *
/ press a button and they'H be pro-rinsed drudgery of dishwashing. McLendon and family of Le- HawesPowersMotor 1 I I
505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville CHAIN SAWS
aDd washed ia water far hotter than And remember, for the tetra cornea- Crosse Mrs. O. J. Phillips, GARDEN SUPPLIES I NEW-USED I\
: hands can stand, then rinsed again fence. of a dependable supply of hot water Mrs. Bill Gaskins. and a number -, Co. SSTWICE :
of friends. Johnson & Paris i
,0', 'lad., dried thininf -etata. The whole for all. your needs, there's nothing Eke visiting and The the guests\ hostesses enjoyed -- FB 2-2561 AUTO TRIM Inc.Complete : Florida Saw Co.i'i' I I

job fc dons qu&ty'i&d &tolnaticauy. a Fbmeleas l Electric Water Heater for Mrs. Gaskins and Mrs. 204 N. Main, Gainesville : FR M411, I
out s IG WWArA'V Baker Auto Trim
.,.. .. efficiency safety and peace of mind. Bowie, served punch and ( Used Can 312 N. Distin"FR Line of 25SS. N. E. 19th.Dr. \
I OMAMSG: ; SEEDSPLANTS- Gainesville i

fasten cleaner! easier! modern cake.Recent guests of Mr. and TD LkSWTEM 1 MANY 6-3409 ; CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM FERTILIZERSInsecticides "( I

t D.te-a 1rip1 .*. tappy u,. *.. tII. BUILT-IN and PORTABLE EJtdrle D1.hwash.n. Mrs. A. C. Pierce wera Mr. N KENOIOTASKS( Headliners Arm Rests I -Pet applies -SEWING'". MACHINES E:

II itiw '"R prypeslda Ctefer ed plumbing Mfltractor. and?:Mrs.,Duke Powell Ronald LINCOLN MERCURY Floor s. Mats Upholstering 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Sine r'Se '

;,'f aad Sonny Mr. and Mrs. J. .. Lowest Prices .224 N. W.. 8th, Ave. w1A& .

H Sheppard 'and JLrmie of : 4, COMET FIAT* RENAULT FR 2-3226 FR 2-0476 Machine Center I

1 t. ," Miami and Mrs. Johnny "' ''' Authorized Sales Service Gainesville Fla. Used Singer
'T Machine
1021 E. Ave.
: ,r f. .'.,. Young and Glenn of Athens ...._' .'w :. University Many One Of A Rind .

; : G Mr. and Mrs.' Leslie Mflteer Parts Gainesville': LADIES WEAR : SOrtinr, At *3.95 |

visited the Pearces on Trained Mechanics gad I FR 6-6310 f

Tuesday. This was a pleasant Used Can C01UIERCIALREFRIGERATION' Cherry's 216 W. University Oa lnesvfllL
surprise as he is Mr. Pearce'scousin t .

and they had not seen Barkley Motors Gainesville's Most Fashionable SPORTING GOODS ;: I

( ------ one another in 36 years. i Address For Ladies This Area:;Most
-- Refrigeration Complete Lb**
615 N. Main Gainesville
I Miss Abbie Harley has returned \ DRESSES .--SUIT -COATS; ,SportJnj: Good at
tool ,
I from a visit with her
,, f washes'dihea fort uncle and aunt.'Mr. and Mrs. Call Us Today Service Co. ACCESSORIES Jimmifi ,Hughes, Inc.' 1

1 Clyde Starling in Avon Park. B. & G. Motor Co. 105 W. University Gainesville HIS W. University. GalaacviSe.,
: 8 people. for only I ,, Sidney' Leopold, Owner !
Mr., and Mrs. Ralph! Wise f i
I V ,. And Inc -
a penny SHOES
I and children are spending Conuaerdal Bet mtWa MEWS:WEAR ) \

"--,-..,,, their 'vacation in 6pp. Ala. Give YouFriendly HIIlMANOLDSM08ILE 3;i Air Conditioning ;Bobs Shoe Store

f with Mr.V1se's parents. -CADILLAC : FrUidzJre lee Makers Silverman'sapparel

v ii I Mrs. Ina Bennett of Miami Pyrofax;>,Gas...-'v Dealer Authorized Sales.Service Sold And Serviced Anytime Shoes for The Entire FamQ/:

"i and Henry: Bennett ol Jacksonville A CpbServear. -'...... Parts :!. Gainesville FR 2-8392, for Men and Women FORTUNE FOR MENCIL4RM :T
were guests of Mrs Our new Store next to SET FOR WQHEN

John Brown, and family during AL .. FR '.'1515 : Heights- '. FR 6-7700 Florida,.Theatre I. ENDWELL: .FOB CHILDREN r'
the weekend. : 115 8. W. Second GainesvilleVOLKSWAGEN ( IMWWBM*** ** FORMAL WEAK' RENTALS :Bags Millinery-Accessories*

.' ,, A Wednesday guest of Mr. Your Gas Needs CONCRETE PRODUCTS GAINESVILLE. FLA. -21 -W. University. 'fame: 11lk'

and Mrs. P. L. -
I Dintns was .
II I Mrs. Dinkins' niece Mrs. Elsie INSIST THAT ALL YOUR j YARNS-TOYS

I Andrews of Miami tt and on Sales Service -= Farts CONCRETE :PRODUCTS 1 MOVERGainesville : '
Jack and Jill
Sunday Mr. and MIL Jim ARE. THE. BEST. ,FROM .. .
r : Buxttn of JacksoHv spent a' Miller-Brown Motors .
MayflowerLOCAL "
--tiN;ftf I. ;f1ff.f1I ess t 4y!tiiitl day with the, Dinkins .-: APPLIANCE Inc.FB2S5S3. ; Edwards Building Tarns Needlework$ -Ne&ftf. .
w Jf' a : Supply Inc. AND LONG %. Frw Instructions
It.\ ..k.c ..
/iIIIll rovti a tit NP t'll'Mt1g' dies BeferIe1 Applsby of DISTANCE MOVING ;Teys:" Games Dells-

Beach visited her 11 Storage Crating Hobbles
NftnRe "/ Oftl.A And
,.. -- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.rE. r.
t .. I Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville HUt 625; W. University Gainesvnia
wa_ -.. _'.- __ __-'. 7"n. -- ., Warren Saturday, :t: -


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