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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Official County Publication -. Established' In 1879STARKE
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VOLUME EIGHTY-TWO FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961 NUMBER FIFTY-ONE
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'' Small Users Benefit, Most \ Powers Sees:

f dF -b Jury Returns



{ isa } Murder Counts City Council Cuts 3014-Laning


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Against.Reddish



i I A Union County grand jury Natural Gas Rates Him DistrictThe

on Tuesday June 9 returned
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WC( two first degree murder indictments green light was given to

against Joe Reddishof the U. S. 301 [South] four-
Natural gas1 rates low-
has lucrative
were Tuesday night that the city operation been, '
1 Raiford in the shotgun slay- ered by tli"e'Starke' City Council engineers, Reynolds, Smith enough to allow the rates to laning project as no one ap-
-- ings of a Lake Butler deputy in a specially called 15 min- peared before State Road Department
and Hill of Jacksonville, recommended be cut sooner than expected.
sheriff and his assistant. officials here
ute meeting Tuesday afternoon. the cut after surveying Davis also said the cut Wed-
No Time For Speeches! Circuit.Court Judge John A. Instead of getting four operation of the plant would amount to a bigger saving nesday morning. file official
II. Murphree set arraignment therms for the minimum protest to the proposed route.
priceof for the first f'year. to the smaller user Forty-
tt An unofficial \vatermelon-eiating contest was staged by Pat Sillier (J left), presi- for Friday. June 19. Reddish $1.75 a city gas customercan The cut had' not been plan- four cents would not amountto The 10 a* m. hearing was des-

t deat of the Bradford County Cattlemen's Association; George Huggins, County 40, is charged with the double now get six' therms for ned until after two to three much on a $10 bill, he said, cribed as a "routine" matter

Agent; and Curtis Marlowe, president of the Bradford Farm Bureau, as a fitting slaying of Union County that price. This is a' sa'Vnfof! years'of operation of the plant, but would appreciably cut a held in.compliance with regulations -

finish to a family-night covered dish supper staged by the two organizations at the his Deputy assistant Sheriff .Hal Croft and 44 cents per month; Natural Davis said, but the frlst year's smaller $2 gas bill. governing highway construction -
Ronald Jackson using Federal aid
Farmers Gas Superintendent Oscar :Davis __ '
Starke Market last Friday night. The "contest" ended in a three-way tie.I I oh May 23Reddish -- '0 -'' funds.
said to any customer using
The agricultural leaders expressed enthusiasm over the success of' this is in he State Prison over four therms of gas per'. Keen interest in 301 was

event, which was attended by around 200 persons, and predicted it might Ret a precedent hospital at Raiford recovering month. voiced, after the hearing by

'p for quarterly family get-together by the two organizations. The covered from a bulet wound which he Stated another way, a cus- Ralph Powers of Lake City.

dkhes brought by members were supplemented by delicious hamburgers cooked inflicted in his chest after tomer using the minimum under ., '. : I District Two Road Board member -

over the coals by visiting County Agent Emmett McCall of Green Cove Springs shooting Croft and Jackson. the old rates paid 43.7 ) Y: : i'it who said he had set a

who were serv ing him witha cents per them; under the ." : four-year goal for four-laning

warrent for shooting into a lower rate now in effect he t ,'I. :: : ei.;;[ ; the route the entire length of
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neighbor's home. < district, from the
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Georgia
On would pay 29.2 cents therm : >it.
per .
September 4 :
Warned ; .
Rotary Prison officials had "a lit- for the first six therms. f 2. ',:.. ,) ? ; line to Marion County.
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ToPayV/ilHully Clay To Halt Sunday Beer Sale tle when dIfficutty"he first entered with the Reddish hos- customer Under the got old the next rate, 16 a 'it :: ': FJllf'ii ford Powers, Alachua'said, and that Clay the Coun-Brad-

pital there Assistant Super- therms above the first four for I ty segments of the road are in

For Freedom"Americans intendent L. E. Dugger said.. 22 cents per therm. The new .6j.. _?%';' "- ", ,,: '>" the budget this year. Negotia-
but that he is behaving quietly ,1 ; tions f qr right-of-way in Brad-
In Keystone-Kingsley Areas rate will give him only 14 ;
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must be ;grilling! .. now. Reddish was transferred therms for 22 cents per therm ( lord County [from the court-
to the prison from Brad above the firstsix' therms. house south to Alachua COun-
to the price for freedom
; pay The ford County Hospital on Mon- For the first 20 therms of ty line are .rum being ,com-
:and peace in moneyand' .Clay County Commission when the ban was lifted.in'the
;:work." wa.1( he,warnicifv ice
'at the Rotaryclub Wednesday Sunday !beer sales In the Kings- let areas. Ministers have since difficulty in keeping him in paid $5.27 under the old rate are expected to begin in the

by Luis Diaz de Arce,,who is ley 'Lake-Keystone Heights organized church groups and the building against $4.83 under the new latter part of July on all par-

:currently associated 5 'as 'an' assistant areas, with the ban to become succeeded in getting the com- Dugger said he talked to Red- rate, a saving of 44 cents. All cels remaining unexecuted at
dish's doctor Monday and that time. The Road Department -
effective September after other In the rates
at the First Methodist mission to re-impose the ban. steps remain -
that his condition is good and can then, advertise for
the Ministers the The'next 20
Church In Starke. summer season. argued. .Monday same.
Before the Castro regime Sunday sale of 3.2 beer has, that sale of beer .on Sundaywas improving. therms, above the first 20, bids as soon a* the'court issues -

came In to*power in Cuba) 'Mr. been permitted for 15 years in un-Christian, and also cited Prisoners Ask Retrial cost 18 cents per therm. f the necessary order of

District 4,, the banned area, Judge Murphree also sche- The next 30 therms go at taking.
:.Diaz de Arce served as.aTKs; statistics on ,highway accidents -
to where the numerous lakes draw duled arguments June 19 on ,15 cents therm and the Powers said that little difficulty -
,trict with $ie caused by drunken'drivers per
Superintendent motions ___ .__ ..... U
for new trials' 'for u contemplated on right-
Methodist Church In CuJ3aHs!: | large numbers of people seeking and ,argued .that sale ofbeer.onsuriday'.wasa next 30 are sold a't 13.5 cents ,

family recently joined ,;him recreation. The September bad.1ri.... three, State Prison inmates per' therm. All above 100 Community 'Lacks Spirit of-way through Clay County,

here and they are residing:in 4 date for banning was agreed .1, fluence on the county's young convicted of murder'earlier therms,costs the customer'11.5 since most of this has been
$ after the Clay CommissIon ', this month. The three John cents rtherm. A therm is .acquired through negotiationwith
the old Methodist parsonage upon: people. pe
f on Church Street. .was told that a numberof 'Major argument of those f av-' McLaln, Jack Campbell and' equal to 100, cubic feet, or'a.. Jaycees: Given Results National Lead Company.

The said that many businesses invested consider- oring continued Sunday sales. Dallas* Epperly were convicted, therm:can I equal approximately Clay County Commissioners
speaker '
America seems, to, be, falsely able money preparing for the was that it boosted the .economy of strangling>a. cellmate..Ken.neth -', ;; 11Q'gallons: !,of propane gas, OfJnwi'QVemenSDr. .1.r- are obligated,to obtain he re7ith-' .

lulled by the belief that "it .. Bummer-"" season.' v of 'the. county. :, B..JD, f
cant happen''for*" Jutya: ; ;*ra.rotmd :,300personsover- -."aamewdt'N: KttiIBeac ;: ;:;\1le:' 11nPrtsonn_ >tent' after,: ; ttur.3stated., l' .- > < ... required time to
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believed that flowed the high-ceilinged sultry said 'he had Invested consid- Jury, recommended mercy. Power Plant 'Hates terma of a "trade agreement" -
many Cubans !No trial date has' been set. The'councll'also lowered, by J. B. Colson of:the Sociology sidered the 'community's ma- with the Bradford
Communism could never take courtroom in the Green erable money .hi his recreation '
Cuba. To this line of Cove courthouse to argue the center which ,employs 40 per' for a fourth defendant, 'William one cent pee 'therm' the irate : Department.,:of 'the University 'jor detriment to be a lack of Board of Commissioners several -
over Wolfe, who was, granteda of Florida 'presents community spirit. This came months ago. The Bradford
,' 'thought he warned: "Do. 't fool Sunday beer issue. Board mem- sons. A ban 'Sunday' beer the city'power plant pays the
yourself. It'.could happen'- In bers listened patiently to Biblical sales, he said, would put him separate trial after a .psychiatrist city natural" gas department.The Starke Jaycees;Abe Abercrombie about Dr. Colson said,through Board paid for paving a segment -
said he [left] and Green lack of : of road' around the east
America just as It did'in Cuba quotations from ministers, out of business> was insaneat rate was'' cut from 6.5 Harry 'a communication between -
if the American people do not were advised that the SundaY' Ed,i Wiggins, bank presidentand the time of the crime. cents per therm to..5.5.'cents., .' with' the results of a survey citizens of the community. side .of Lake Geneva [of Interest

become aroused and fight against ban would help law enforce member of the. Keystone The cut rate will save,the city on- the club's community, im- .- to Clay 'County] upon

it." ment, hurt businessmen protect Heights! City ,Council, N said a ,Nudists Need $1,270 this month, Councilman provement project. Second on the.list, of improvements the .promise the Clay Boardto

He described the methods young people, and boost majority of people ,in the district Wayne Douglas said. Survey results- showed that the survey shows pay for. the 301 rightofway -

used by Communists to take trade for moonshiners. favored Sunday sales be- Camp Space Superintendent Davis said most citizens of 'Starke con- are needed was pew industry. when needrd.
Powers indicated that
of the economic factor. Recreation facilities efforts
cause came '
smooth Board members H. E. Moody
that over a the country people as don't so realize Luther Wilson and Marvin Both he and-Paul cited lack of Officials of Camp 'Mont To $253,700 third straightening Ur S. '301 would. be stepped up during
Church term to have,
Presbyterian his Duval
gomery Coun-
trouble and the low 'crime rate the downtown
what Is Happening until it Is Green voted to halt Sunday through area,
sales. Chairman Walter Odum in the district. Y camp on Crystal Lake, recently fourth: advertising for new industry ty obtain the necessary rightof
too' late. from Two Motel Transactions HikeMayJune for
received an inquiry a way four-laning 301
fifth, and community
Mr. Diaz de Arce said that and Commissioner Otto Mur- a
to rent its faci- from Maxvllle to
wanting Baldwin.
in taking a country the Communists phree who represents District Johns Installed VP lities.group canning plant was sixth. Some The District Two board
_ seek first to destroy 4, voted to continue the Sunday residents said on the question-
Of Florida JayceesJerome Curiosity of the eamp'of- County Sales member also expressed keenContlnned
the home and the church, since sales. aires from which the survey
ficials was aroused by the fact [ On Pace Six]
know these two institu- City Not Affected was compiled, that nothing is
they Johns was installedas that the group wanted keys to wrong with the and that
tions are the greatest bulwark The Sunday ban will not af- State Vice President of the lock the camp gate, and didn't Two motel sales brought residence in Keystone Club, city
Woodburn
Communism. Therefore fect the no improvements are needed. Buys
against town of Keystone Florida Jaycees at the instal- want the services of kitchen Bradford County property $14,500. .
he said, the number one Heights itself since the city lation of officers held June 3 staff or caretaker. transactions to $253,700 'during Elizabeth .Paton Bradford Jaycee Harry Green told the Old Phone BuildingN.

defense against Communism council governs the hours beer in the Elks Lodge in ,Miami. Further investigation revealed the period from May 1 County to James S. Tomlin- group at a supper ,meeting
is the strengthening of spiritual may be sold there. Tuesday night at which Dr. L. Woodburn
Senator George Smathers ser that the would-be tenants through June 15. son Starke,. residence, 6000. Starke
r and home life. Controversy over Sunday beer were members of a nudist colony The Bradford, Motor Court T. H. Bricer trading;and doing Colson presented the survey, jeweler, has purchased the'
introduced ved as installing officer. that the consisted of
The speaker was sales began three months ,project Old Starke build-
ago troop from Pasco County. on U. S. 301 just north of business as Brice Banking', Telephone
hv. T.- H. Slade, ,and the program Company not incorporated'to three steps-survey, analysis, ing on Walnut Street from
sold
was In charge of A. L. Ten Species Found L.Starke Deneys was of Starke by,Raymond to Ralph Ernest R. Triest, 'Keystone and action. The. group is now Lillian Mae Bishop, who servedas
Crosby Jr.County. ,. ;ready, to 1 b>giri the action par- executrix of the estate of
O. Watson for.the sum of 64., Heights, parcel oi land, 1000. '
tion of the project he said. H. A. Bishop Sr., deceased
Ernest R.. Triest, Keystone ,
000 on June 1. Watson came
Receives Most Residents Don't Know It 'lo 'Starke from Chittenango, Heights: to Cecil. W; McMur-' Toward this end, Jaycee John for the um of 10500.

More In New York, in the Syracuse ray, Donnelsvillei Ohlo-"parceL; Kopelousos, suggested, a com- Woodburn said Tuesday that
$12,000 rest- of land, 1000.. munity 'roundtable might be he plans to lease the building
are,where he was in the
Race Track Funds But Bradford Has Wild Orchids aurant and, service station Doyle E. Conner. Tallahassee organized I.G coordinate, activities to other retail businesses, but
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t business. ,. to Othma.L Haynes, Jr.,. aimed; at correcting the has no definite plans as yet.

Bradford County receive Local romeos with an eye toward The 301 Star Motel,' also residence in Bradford Heights city's faults. He said the round- He has no plans he said to
12,000 In race, track funds ', subdivision. 19000. table might be composed of one move his jewelry! store from
301
economy may now pick north of Starke on U. S.
week, making a total of 4rS .. memrjjer each civic club Its present location
last V from on East
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their own orchid corsages, according was sold ,by August Cassiatoto Robert E. Benner to L. E.
$185.000 received so far in the .-.'..f,.:;;;; 'in in the city] Call Street.
to botanist Robert i Benjamin Handis .for $45- Andrews Starke residence
since July 1. This
fiscal year Ham a science Instructor at ., 000, for' the second motel sale Saratoga HeightS, 12000.
mor than the amount ,
$2,000
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Bradford High School who has in.the county recently.
received during the same period '' Lillian Mae Bishop, as executriX z
found 10 species of this beau- Prices 'of transactions are of the estate of H. A.

last Green year.said there Comptroller would be Ray one tiful flower growing wild in ;.>. ",, }( ; ,figured ':documentary tax Bishop Sr., deceased, to' N. L.

moresmall' distribution between this immediate area. ; .< ; .. ,13 stamps affixed"to deeds filed Woodbum, Starke.. old ,telephone '--
These wild orchids Ham "' clerk's office. k
now and June SO. 1i jn the county building on ,Walnut
says are usually smaller than "" I .Only sales amounting to $1,000or Street in Starke. 10500. K_rf 1
the larger variety sold most :r' mentioned here.
oy fA' more are Erie L. Phillips and Joan
florists but are just as rare inform :0* .Other'transactions were:
Now! / Phillips to Institute for Essential -
.Register
and rich in color. The ,"'" Ah Charles M. Schmitt as administrator Housing, Inc., lot in Law- 9 -
10 species found locally rang- ; of the estate of f
SUMMER Continued Six
On Pace
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ed from a pure white to a deep Fred Guy Jones deceased, to rty

HOMEMAKINGCOURSE purple or magenta. 1 State of Florida .819 acres of w

Orchids may. be identified by ... 'Ii land on U. S.301. $1,200. ,
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an extra large petal which. i James +$]don Huston Duval SRD Asks Bids

grows in the center,of the County,'to"Carl A. Brochmann To Re-SurEate

Starts June 19 flower. This petalls. Ham says. Jacksonville, a.lot 4000. '' '

1 is partly rolled up and has a w Donald I* Hall to Robert Two Local RoadsBids :
At BHS
t. frilled edge. The lip is usuallya -; : Guy ;Fntchj?Lawtey parcel of f

i deeper richer color than the Shown almoSt' actual size these two varieties of wild or- land.'$2,900: have been called.for by' --
Fee
No Registration. other petals. chids, found growing in Bradford County by BHs Science Instructor Charles H. Layfield, Bunla the resurfacingState State Road Departmentfor Road 4-H Girls Prepare To, Take Off !
J 1 Contact l\IrS.\ Gibson Probably the most unusual Lee :Jernlgan. H. C. Jernigan*
: Robert Ham, can be identified by the extra large petalsin 16 between State Road 23
orchid found in Bradford and libra .I )'field, a widow, For Shprtcourse In Tallahassee I
the middle of each flower. Both petals have dart colored northeast of Raiford throughthe
_ County is one form which ..Alachua County, to Jamee O. t
grows in trees and will not live tips, another characteristic of orchids. Parker,. parcel of land. '$1,000. State ,Farm,.to, starke' ; These two 4-H girls, Thelma such as food preparation,

in soil. Scientifically known as f Patti Bennett Starke to Also called for at the same Knight Ueftl of Hampton and bread making clothing, and

This Space ContributedWeekly the Epidendrum conopseum. die May. It is Just: as graceful snapping in place behind bees William, Joseph Zack Starke' time were' bids on resurfacingState Sheryl Shealy, State Farm electricity. They will return to

$4 :. this orchid sends up a spikeof as the cattleya orchid sold by when they crawl into the three acres of 4 land, 5000. Road 230 [New' Bland- Starts _Saturday.
with Home Demonstration -
to PublieizeCommunity very tiny yellow flowers in florists. Ham maintains flower and covering them with, ,. Leon R. Allen Jr.. Duval ing Highway) from Starke 'to are shown Commissioner of Agriculture

Events by late summer. A larger relative of the rose pollen when they, 'back; out County to Harold ,M. .Swann, the..Clay County line. Agent Dorothy Ross Doyle Conner spoke to the

Another form found, locallyis pogonia is the Pogonia divari- Several hundred smaU white Jacksonville 10 acres. of- land,, Total lengths of these proJects just before taking off Monday group of S 0 girls Wednesday
1000. is 15.221 miles. for week-long shortcourse at morning on the week's
the rose ppgonia. or Pogonia rata, which flowers at the Ladies Tresses another 'type a issue
The CommunityState ophiogl ssoIkes. for those tech- fame time as its cousin but of orchid have been flowering' Mary T; Fenton to State ;ofPiprtda > The bids wifl be opened in Florida State. University in of "Liv, Learn Serve through I

nically minded, which grows in has' brown sepals "instead of : parcel of land, 1000.: Tallahassee .on June 2'1, and Tallahassee* .-H.? The group.will also! tour j

',Bank swampy ditches.: It is a small, pink. The: stamen of this in yards around Starke, Ham1says ,Barclay Development Company are a portion ,of a $10,000,000 The girls earned their trips government buff ding and have ;

pink flower with a deep red brown orchid. Ham 'says, acts ,.,but the heat has ,turned Jacksonville to DennisM. letting, the largest so far under by completing'profacts and a state dress revue which

lip petal which blooms midI like the hammer-of.a gun most of them brown now Szabo. Keystone Heights! 'the Bryant administration.I participating in county events Sheryl b in Thursday night!



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P4GE TWO ., .. FORBCOt1N'r'rDLEGRAPISTABKEFLOBmA.; TmmSDAV, JUNE 15 1961

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i.!r. and Mrs. Charles'Hardy 1 "Mnf. lf..E.. Bradley.;td.s6ri.1 I ISteveiw'of :Mr.; a L/Mrs. H. M. Hatcher;' Summer Course yule Beach; one brother. H. almost three years.

'and family.were at. Crescent: ..LeesiHirgr" r..' ,w re'bver>'' ST.-: of"J ackson\1l1e Beach 'Will K. Mills of Palm Valley Fla.; i I While in Japan Lt. Johns

'Beach on.Saturday visiting Mr.'night guests Saturday of Mr.:'spend': the weekend with Col. ': two sisters Mrs. Carrie tn- ,,,was assigned to a jet photo re

I '.and .,, 1k Stoke Chase and Mrs. Robbie'Shaller. and'1: 'Mrs\ Hitcher Jr. V V In Homemaking i gram of Starke and Mrs. B. H. connaissaflce' squadron.. He iscth'tlyassgned

Hardy,'remained :wjUi !.I113.1n.: .Mr; ..an4-I4rs. Leonard F, ::.., : Canova will ,at-, Hardin of Jacksonville; three to the. -USA

:ete''Ind. 1t.: .fMr.fank I,Smith/ Jr. -andfamlty\\ tot PJor- ''t Dl1th Sl .Lea* shlcnef -i kQffceit I grandchildren and one-great-'I Academy tkCoififado as an instryetor -

.Sts.' fct e:4eks:: V.1 V- ali; Afau fe&l WtJws'3m1tb's'1tmc1hef nciit'IFU1ie in I Viaanbya asee : 4f"7'. t ndthUd.V -' ", I IFiiflerat !| in.t. i| cal science

I r'fiir.: and(( %d1' H4ey| Ws.J1icil1 -\; vde V An "annual eight week prcfitktfod -I services were held departm nt."* -' .
-* 'J\ 1.1Tampa' lwere } ? kith .eekend' k'I \ I gnes: at !!I After r visiting with his parents :
,... H. Gibson w1Ur r : > nWht : ayhwWby | brS tlh home (-| .3 -'p..m.: y yesterday in todesT1ethoiiI .
turn "HaroldTyusreiiumed 1 jMbhday -, I t rhU1 I tuicl C. J Johnsof
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ftiursday .
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last of .
guests Chapel in 8tark*
Pray from a t tn da> TisitcihMcCbmb 'to f iomlcsryitf'tfwgui, Monday, V **
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,111. with her :Mrs..6wfo VaTJgnn. !wards'and "Tamily will spend I 'tdraIade 1XIg June 19, accordmg Id .Irs.!ilBurial"followed at Crosby Lake Farm
parents,t in Lakeland for the summer : those who will attend the sum \v-eek3, Lt. and Mrs. Johns will
Mr. and Mrs. A. : Mr. and'Mrs..Jack Haile and the weekend.in.M1am1f nat- Maxine qibs n; vocational!"Cemetery under direction of
whd; were celebrating J. Peterson'their] session after a two weeksvacation [%ors, ;Mike -and Curtis. of 'Mi-,',tend'the.wedding of their son.Jerome .:mer session at U. of F. starting Homer economics teacher at DeWitt. C. Jones. Funeral Home .visit\ wi.th )!'. and ,Irs. R VfSutton'jh.
at home. "
twenty-fifth '. ain spent the weekend with I IMrs. ,...to Judith ,Meyers Sat- Jlonday.Ur. Bradford'[HIgh 'Schoo'L ['of Starke. VV !. :, ylyia! jj. .p., pa"-
wedding 'Jmli- Mrs.' Effie Johns has had as I|: .W.--O-:. iile1. like "remained 1,urdayafternoon.. : Ur. -Mrs.Will-ade and Exploratory rr work in foods I lents of tMrs. ;jc&ns? Jr>, pno

versary. guests :THr: aria Tlrs"KenrietTi;1. this week with bis I i i Mrs. Maisie" Helms' and ilil2-,i I children of Baxley Ga. were I anirnutrition W be offered Reporting ;ttr.th! AcademVI
Mrs. Claude Johns
Ralph Miller and three Frank of Lakeland on Sunday : I Ire I\V .Visitors of Mrs. W. __ Lt. I JFrs JSlms Sr. will join Lt
grandmother Mrs. W. G. Uren of ijreeh -Cow rfngs iL '.
children of Dill n, >C6to. ''are iaid Mr. and Mrs Henry Carttr -' rs-5fa'de. fit -8:30.a.om.( daily, with"in4'tructton iV V "iV'** "ff. arid MtS -s on their trip to
1he S inerWitb !
Haile. Spen 1 fl4xp Back From
spending six weeks With ,herparents of 'Maxville on ,Tueday. .: :'Miss Dolores .McKriight V re- her mother,.Mrs..Oma Cotten.i i Mr... and Mrs. John Torode ijffered'at.in clothing 10:30'construc- r-I'.n t '* ,{:*J Japan?j 2iii; ,I or 'aio1lm.: '
tl&h m.
Mr. and ,Mrs. th rUe J. B. Hunt and son..Billy, of I I : a. --.I :" "
'returned Sunday after a week -
J.iPowell. : turhied home Monday from 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Ham Sally. :prbjects for ,advanced i Lt. and Mrs. Claude J. Johns THE PWT for the
Bpnifay are spending this Cocoa Beach where -chelieen .J d hive. moved to Birmingham,11n Toronto, Canada where Mr. Students' will'be conducted;j1: and V softs, Michael and Patrick TliGHT Fe-.
|Mr. and 'Mrs. J. P. Blood- week with Mrs. Henrietta ; -you *ilte: C me in and
the National way
"attended
teaching' th'e pat olye Ilwere. they will Inak'etheir Torode f recently returned from '
worth spent Tuesday to fiaturjday Hunt. : _- __ daft ;afternooh from 1 until r fav rite ESTER-
'ulett
Association of Com: V--- V VV yVVVVVVflV 7
1 ." V V [ :e. Racing I' 3' ml: There j1Usawa' Air Base hi Japan
is
no registra
in p. FouritainTen TELE-
Miami
Beach : Hollingsworth of 'F .
wher Camp 1 BROOK
Mr. Bloodworth attended "the'l''l'.Jim' Augusta. Ga. .?Mrs. Nelson Green. and Miss Attending a .family'euri nat"the missioners." First Methodist, twit Tee, Itos. Gibson "states i where they were -stationed for 'cfltAPn.w ;
was
Flprlda Parole' and 'Probation visiting his .Mrs. Cfaafleqie Dennis of ./StsErke, home of Mr. and Mrs.I IBri. \."Mrand Mrs. J. T. Quigley. but students will be expected V ,
grandmother, .
,
and-'Miss EUe .Stritkl nd'tvf xNewooab in "W aycross,and Dr.'and.iirs. Harry F. Me-
Association 'to Hear New tp", provide :-materials for 'ihdlprojects. -
? and Mrs.conventionslr. Ro15 tt'. Tanner Vfay.Annie .Hollingsworth on' .Sun-. '. Florahome""spent. 1ur&dayto :a.""n-lu were"Ms :a d "Gee visited. .Rev.. and 'Mrs. 'C. ,. 'I I Viii l .

of Baldwin were Sunday Miss Penny Hollingsworth Tbloadiy at Fort Caaipbell, 1ty. Mrs.W.'T.JGill; Mr.' .ndun..t E. pibbteat Penny Farms last Sunday j I "70" participate hi the summer -'-
with St. and Mrs. DonaldtJardenbrook.4They Prescott. Gill and Mr and Sunday afternoon. Minister *
guests of l lMrs..J..D. program, a student inustihave
Mrs. J. H.fields.Mr. ., : was.ln Lake City Sunday Visit- i I
11 and Mrs. 1'aul Raymond, VV "
srerejoinrfcd Doyle rot 8tarkeMrs. ,
) t I jcompieted 'the eighth
and Mrs.' CMf "Mend a; inglier siSter, Mrs.Ji'L.. HaUv : 0.'r 'If
ilich'Green and itn5Y.rH'Lang: were. visit-. John R. Brabham -'
and 'by."Pfc D. 4i .aF.V Prathern dtttrh, Rev.. r assigned grade. Graduates s of'Brooker;
son Kiffy of Jacksonvilleuer&Sunday'afterrioon'.viSltbrs and ,
"Linda.family., C 'F\ cInar4': ')7..wood"* ,.Jfc**., -v'Ui ters-qf. Jennlngs-L; ;.arid .l Mr. ahdT'Mrs. Ralph .Alvarez .by r the Annuall Method Hampton, and Lawtey Junior
Carol -
"Hopkins' and *weekendv f- 'T i iVj a-i aad.In.jrJVP.. Robirof' "'San and Mrs.:M. H..Long were Visit Conference as pastor of the THESE DAIRY UNESWe'AS
01' V < ; High School are invited to
Mrs. T. J.JGriffin-Miss; Afl"ne M&ry .Schmitt f sj>eiitlast eek I 1NTR05UCHYOUU V
n'of"'D'bitY Antonio, MrandMrs! ing.'Mr-and-Mrs. yi.r, hive First Methodist 'Church of MILK
ck Texas '
enroll
although transportation
Darbyand- lMrs.Carrie it;?ort WaltorrBeachfVisiGnlg? : I FIND THAT THEY.'tV
Eitch. '' .Mj J:-b spending three weeks ,ah rS. bilbert "Newccmbison in'Jennings .over the. "weekend.l Starke arrived. here Thursday is not furnished. :
1J.t ME-IflALTh.U4UC1HG V V VV
Want home .: indo umcl&indint. ;St1 fsrtfa:)iiS"untta.a.ad.a1U t,' :jjlr.andjMral. ..huck of-Starke.are. J :l :CL.Schollhurricane! att nded'the with< his'family and willjpreach 'Further information may be
a Get Mrs. OSQJd MtKthnbit
your ,
'
loan. We'll ott'Call. .. ; :..J, C/Jbgg:ind.taJly '..I.cn4en 1 fLehames-4Iey; .new Warning Conference his'1rst. sermon in his new obtained by calling or visiting
help* 9545J01 : JrIkfrth tndI ,
uS. '
:
; at ithe Duval t County :C urtjacksonvillefOn -
-ask for idmny"spent ;.!. Fogg Tnd : modern,and roop9y.vAnd) that ; pastorate Sunday. Mrs.: Gibson at'the high school.
-
; In'Tboina
Mr. and MrS Gedrge'"s oweli 8r; wltii Mr. ,and' Mrs.the"weekend, IWeridatTPuncah and: .iheir ne h i. spent 1J las|i' ib.. .:.tiled.' : bath, :' ,$. *** ). '.b! ,,selin- Tues, "V 'Rev.. R./0.Boyette.. who has 92c
Pdd '; t'Si v tSi s.- : 'Telephone 64-51.t; -aak' 'for been pastor .of the thuich for :% : .gal
of day.Mr. ;
Newton,N. 'C>and-'Mrs. JJIt at .Clearwater.Duncan. rl m1M'lIIMtf fila. sr.' '. .I .':.and,M1 S. K. T. Duncan the past'two years left,Thursday /. B. .MJlls68
.'-1P.!
Fields of Starke spent Jast .,a'toiiI _)te 1 : : .. 1 vThann }l1ekNew50me.>of I and.J. .children. -Jim .and 'Laurapf'West | "with his 'family for his V -V
Wednesday to 'Saturday atR&rritt W,and Mil1Ltipejd.: Joint .Ga. arrive 'Sunday -, Dies MondayServices
& = .Jf i i g. "Ga. will arrive few assignment in Bushnell. V
Island with"Mr tV: the. summerjiMje :> .
fl 4or a ten day visit 'with i
il 'Hii o4ftdr ten d .ys leave; i, :Mr. .Brabham is a native of Ice 'Cream
H Ford. The Powell where he *ilhis' .: a-d .
returned. : Mr..and trs. K. G..Duncan. '
&, ,Tii f IIi I kJJ.j iGita; Farber, presldentiMlddleton Fitzgerald, Ga., but moved to were held Wednes-
to their home in-- Newtorf.. \ 'scienceMlaTihrpllrs.. :#. :l -IM& J : .ut n e I 1 1k Jge ,-;Mra.Nee .! :'Mr:and 1.lrL1i nry'L. Hough Gainesville at an -early age, day for J. B. \fUis. '68. of V V
Wednesday. Ai.R3unu MUdrert ;ehU Washington, ,D. C.,and Mrs. Eggs Bread
1' tAi 1lWt W nw. ; jiJ" iiI's.!Jorothy:: t\l-: of graduating from Gainesville Green Cove Springs who died -
pvtiss Sandra Weigand of of Mksfalon 1bifl'; ] / Martin ilann pf' Fayetteville '
,1iePd .Rosen-
lul' d.r.LtF Miss.Delia_ High School and the University Monday morning following a

Miami ot Mr. was and 'the Mrs.weekend H.'K "guest'Sand -Arrive.weeks.I at SatudItio tiieMM1ttWl1) {iM W'iJcYttage : 'b:\frft ndrtJftTl V ,... .-;,If.:iI *; e. Starke BPW-to Sun::clut.1"W *I N.Mr.Jand, C. .were"Mrs.--Monday: H. L.', Hough.Mr. visitors. of his*Bachel of Florida of before Divinity receiving degree -i 1 sudden Mr. Mills illness.moved to Green .FoR H LF.PINTS Cottage 'Cheese

son, Harold and'attended on I ," 'tY. i ., "' 1'1., gttendln the V arid Mrs. P.; '.T. Nolin from 'Candl School ol
to I Cove Springs in 1938 where he Juice
life In 'dooratbeuMr. the tel i T/lADsRUIQY Orange
&unswick Tyus-Akrfdge--weddfng' ir"Mii..J. .' r/S. 'flhodenDr. ttelW;CIub..e nventn.i ., .left Monday for Los fAngdles,,! Theology at ''Emory Universityin Operated a grocery store .until -
l la'stFriday: and1tL : lt ( &U : where Mr. NoUn will at-;
:.i-l '1& ife .flsUii i $sori spent,the week- !. 1956. his retirement'in 1948. Bornin
Marcia Haynes "'is visiting and son Of ip iikt: 1'3. y ,.. 'tend-the,University of.Southern, V
i4L4: iditkher sister, Mrs. Guy While he
t ns' r".f. .. ; attending college Graham on February 18,
her --' '
grandparents. Mr.'a'nd'MrV.Dr : Ui'Mrsrj''iti E1i .. Cafoftk .for weeks. taking -
fix
med yat: : ::211' Green Cove .Sprlgs. served as student pastor in 1893 he was the son of the
G. Scott in' Of 1.frs. CbimS 'i1hrc f
Decatur.'tJa. .. ; 1 Starke. r 1 $ tlJf ; i C H' Th1rmoher ilrs.M.the 'L.La.rIj&ned ,courses in business and,several l localities. His first regular iate Wallace and Carry New-

: --.. 1- { ..ott1'iiesdit w1i u b"t \ famBy-u.4uii.dayc professional speech' and factual I .'assignment was toTrIiiIty berry Mills.SurvIving.

: : ,. .-' .; -- _rw ntsthe'Atlnt4iid:. e.k'. ., "*, Vol.i.ndMrs.H. writing.JRev.. : V Methodist Church, .In are his wife Edna
1 ')"i.i :., :..D"t '; C.WaU and and Mrs M. Claude>Durna'ni -Palatka. which organized
Over ,1 ,1.\.1 '1UlQ.'.D a d was Thomas Mills of Green Cove
tJ"'rfj1 so h Sn xaur4 stY: of :'Miam were guests of"MrHjand and 1
faJi i ; > built under his pastorate Springs; two daughters: Mrs.
.
'bev5veek"end guesta..of 'ifrs. .W. Mrs. J.. Tr QuigleylasCSunday" and has 'a of '
; .Mf;{ 4re4c ; now membership Mrs. Percy Sullivan of Starke;;

I : f .. ;; : ; Constant Service. ;' ,lli. itif.t m.h1it. A ;f .) njat: K1n k. ;, .' :Anight. They wereeI21oiitc 302 'He has ''been :there five and Miss Dorothy Mills of

: '%- -. >.0", ftr: .. vLflttfA., 1 J'' ':n'Mii .: :1f pu.this.. I,;;J.rririd. Mrs. G.'jt- McCall. 'of" Ito their. former home ears: At present'Mr. Brabham Green Cove Springs. One son:

I :iiu ,Fire LiibllitytIjfe", t H, ''e ''" t ,.i.J. ;*i7. ';''r PonlpaBo t"f tBeachspent. fromto inn: Jhineappiis.' Muin. for thesummer. ,It I Is also serving as president of Harold W. Mills of Jackson I. ," -

: uJIi. '.A Jfy / tHr I "94r.ind'Mrs; aohn% SPat j Tuesday 'with the Ministerial Association in II
iI
; ; ,,1.ti.ss. .
.Sue Sturges and 'Miss '
r tm t Udi t ni d."trs. 'Jesse Newaome. V Palatka, and as Gainesville] '
[ u.r .... anttlil: ? 4I1 i @r1es Lawson n ,and Kathein R bie of Winter District Director of Steward-
1 Pre. : ;
., tI !-wcck lJ 1: i"enIQ,_ 5r.8iltU.! so'riHAfii/\:\! Lakeland was 'k ire. guests' of ). {rs.. Paul- fchip; -and' SUb-D1strict Pastor. GIFTS ,to make PAPPY HAPPYGIVE

AIY' I II ib = r 1l t)lttit r. an( irs::JH.X jine 7Qrde at IKhigaley Lake. 'Mr. Brabham is [:married to .

y ,. ..and:Mi:&,A. J. .arry.' Laweon fromYedn'esday ,toSiiriday.tCharles V 'Ir. ana Mrs.. Jack' >Haile of the'fonrieV.Eula Mae Crider of "

[1 Mrs. .'P.H tto"h' Msrelatives'Tn ltm joined Jiisfwm' *Jlfiinl wfal-1 spend the,weekend Micahppy, and' they have .four .
tT'b'v r.th weeku f. Vjrs. W ..*.s.: ) G.tHaile.. children John r
-NortE. .and. Soufh" .. : Jri:, 8; Judy lEH'S BILlFOLDS
'. Carolina. h1s.<.week. i : L., L. Roan&of la _s n- '. Ra'e': 5; James Reese, 3: and ."

: ''''' ....-. .Da.y n1tI,.4fe..dJ. yllte,was tovernig j uest Jas't i fiie J-a3ie3 Man Upseph Ronald 20'months: V V ,
on call to show new houses Jfri iflay of Mrs: John J :Wf\k: r'Ln1po L" **!*& -'They'wiIi occupy the Methodist V V ; V e Zipper Bill

T'fB! fI' .t'm,: GAR f, 1'Ie *.!$4i57 r -. ,!iPI $ ,';'Me tv"lltPI'l1 'fAt-V.., 1 l V t:oming?"P..Yl ;To,y"',Florida JJ.
[Lance 'and family of St. Lin, V J 0 Proof
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and ; i Scout Troop 70 : I V Fray ; ,vV
I GTRS .son,.'-Wayne,. visitai.4 em !4Di Islaad, Ga. are 'Visiting Jerry -.Lewis: as '"TUeiLadies' StitchlessConstruction
: 1t'.t. .tL Ii' R" .2yLrs..A-T. 'Gerleiin :13tCksmi. :ilra.:.
\aieiover' the eekend. '. ,/iiraRjioda 'of heSelectlv dayiand Tuesdayat the V -I$ V V V

'Mrut.n. Mrs.Victor Bem ,- ,*. iryice." of/ice :'attewfi -'-iloridaris-a: pac.kage.of'f'ed1- Several scouts of Troop 70 I RemovablePass, V '

1 andvi&aia-of.DUonSC.ere ijhV Clerks Clu6,meeting-; nicolor Ioyrthat'Is perfect{en .with-David Montgomery leadIer #, Case

n ,visiting jMr.- and'iMrs. 3* 'fS. juqerltin Liake City wfier .he.rweived tert.aJ.nmentforaI11 audience. enjoyed' i
i
a three-day i
Sapp last week.- *-- ,' .. ,a.jertiffcate of 'ipr "VT'hlfle.) : ''beautiful, gkls, out over the weekend at camp-St.I Spare Key V

I 4rs. Fred Guy and da.U; .'.polttbnent"V honprary' Vecrulier'for -I surprise jguest itars and the 'Augustine'and.Daytona Beachijj: DAD A SUMMER Pockets, ,
ter':Vine ameivilte tile if. $ vAy'fdmvUfe mpstamazing in Hollywood :
'I of .Q are .
0$ Attending Don \V WARDROBE
.1 O W ', -c' 'Adjutant GeneraL .. were Thompson OF COOL, V 'LUXURIOUS LEATHER .
V
sP xdthkt1ie, .swimi r"Witb'S -history are Just some of 'the I >
'
; Sammy Smith, Mike'Yells.I ;
sig Jid -.Mrs:! KennethTyua I CASUAL
Adkms-itrKinsstey nporta11tIngredients that i '
,
i. .. : [Tommy McManus George
jake."Mr. Guy and son, Jim- of Brunswick Ga.: win' ak_""I'h La- >nes Mari" the rpickson, Flip Graham, D -' Reg., $5:00: and. $7.50 Value
r week- i spend the, weekend with hia grandest f-all Jerry1' Lewis '
I /WPT join them. on I -t> wayne Jordan, Jimmy BIa SPORT SHIRTS V'V
parents, .Mr. and Mrs.: H. ,
rl V K.Tyus. attkctlons''HarryJames. '
.. .'Jo 'tiem, 'on. S&rdiywin. : $.iear, anI. Jimmy.Moore., $ And ,$
1 Mrs, 'Alice: Anderson aiid and his -band'hot" ,j Our Regular $3.98' $198 398
be Mrs. tilUn Ak fridg e ,
,. Mri,3dnne; : Smith 'visited. 'Mif., playSk. rendition-of nhe .
'
j andilrs; Artford' Brown tin and;, daughter, Becky.also of famed lead r's original comppsitioh .

1495' Sahford: 1 last Tuesday '-*night.THeyMsited .: Brunswick. 'Bang Tail."'''m 'the R : 2 For $500 : : '
:
-1955 'Dod 'F-I V : :
$ I Ie Mr. and Mrs; T. Mr.; and .1t rs. .Linton)Taylor new comedy. James shares the Y H r AT II. I :

.: .#. B.:Burton in Orlando On Wed and Linton Taylor, Jr. of Jacksonville -guest star spotlight with Buddy -: !.. STARKE, .. '. ., ., 1. MEW'S V "yt :
"
4 .
I A TOTAL :.BUYFr rlesdaV: V V were weekend jguest ILester arid George t Rift, J: 4I JZiP' [ '., or
'4 .t of Mr...rid .,Mr5. ..MerrittV Wil-- Tiiubel tl
Mr. and Mrs. R. Prather whd'join'co-stars;Helen SUN.' tON UESiI:
SQCKsCool
!and daoghterSTOf :iSJenntags, llams.at"Kinsley take. ,Pat 'Stanley, Gloria Jean I II "UNE 18-19-20 j 'PROPER. FOP PAPA V STRETCH

( I$495.i$ 54 MM : :lA.'iarid Mrs. /JrD.DoJle'; .of 'jMr.-attdJirs.,NpnnanWUUs I ahd3J beaiitifiil girlsIn the I THE 'PRIVATE LIVES 'OF J Summer Our
iStarke;V visited lOoy Prescott and farafly" :and Richard Hobbs ? : of, tfee '*only I tr'a V .& 3i 1L1tV Regular 79c l'.i ah.)
spent o d to \Ve ln.s tay.Jn ve I
y
;in ;& ek&nville'fcrid-Mn 'land lh11artousstori'in a.Hollywood
.: I Tudor-Automatic Tladip&Htr.SHABP .. I Mrs". '..E.:T., King .t' Atlantic Orlando'.w iere } !& 'W' Us.'i for", "tov ryjmodels Starring: Alkkey Rooney. 'j MESS PANTS

Beaei'1st, rwdsr.* vAlwayi Richard were contestants hi fheNatlbnal'Tei rand.aspiring actresses.LvXtoeifUffl.is. : ;Journey ToThe : ,'For

'; $$595 l M ;Bui !n i[f.tri, idS 'en ed.\d.C)1S.L x il; Con .the r- .. WE&O1f? V''toiirnariienf. ; -'.flease. ...& ..Paramount V re- LOST CITY : 65% Dacron 35Cot J

.! : Y1.h.II '1J'tr-t: ah.aosli mOdtl |?trs. :velynVJed ic11tV and:sopS Starring: Debra. Paget. i ton or 55% Dacron-.15% V V
{ i V
J b1Im'See hIt4ttZe r n11":5101 (pfOcafa Tare visfttal'her ,nvother. -'!Arts And Crafts Plus 'CartOO1WED.THIJRS i iI Rayon .
:
J VVV f
II : CAR. V : Iciyde' 'this'week. V
v ; aakrferrlp'/ _.' Irs. ttofiph' J tit 00'
V. \ Offered I It I V i Sizes '28 to 42 V _.
Sn-1w tPtograni
: i. ,1i JUNE 21-22 .' .
VV1fr.. and E rlEdw&dof1ountDoz ___
$$595.1955 ford FordorT8. :[i i'St'.Vinceiifs BillY ipowlnij Iptaloft'MQn-; ,Ur.;, entered hat Vetilrned tbth'eir t .Ai.t boys: :''*V nd';:girls. who are "Escort West" Our Regular $6.98-$7.98 '

hOni here for. the eum- interested"inA arts, and.. Drafts..Starring: ,Victor .JIature. t
t'Uayi where he undeywent?.* (_ ,
f : T-8., 41' ,JiiT Y' k tee operation from an UUurjrleceivedTttrhilerplayujff ? 'Cr.Mr: and V 1 I should fee at the Pratt StreetPfajjround 'I phePhaiihs'I ft .V.Q -i' "
..foot- Yra.Y. IB. Thdnjpison V ; & !r j. : '.

: ball rlast,:'season.. _. V '. ., 1 Jr. 'and, family spent. Ikstweek" ,-.uuoay morning every Tuesdayand from"9'' /)tot12o'ok. I "\ ; ;,< -, -. .-.. ,. ., V
1 'at the:Caarirplon cbt'ie iIZLstaI.Y11tSAT. 'J-1i\"_
$$595.. 6 1.14 'Victoria V : FREE r f
Miss Rose. .
--J9 \ [ Marfaret ] .DuncanVwi5 -ItHaWLke.V "' I. : I .f; rn. :' 'oiJ.' "; 'J ''i .': '::
V I "cOD'IUiOOD. > POPULAR
-return weiekend froaiijCocojT'fbr .
.. ; this; '- .."C.har1e3;. !cLeodV and Vernon:I "iS"pr 'am consist ofi I fair ALTERATION
GUEE&.WJIITE EWTJTtES : the summer/. ;:' ;inaing articles 3' '. :JiJNIr4 ,
: : Parmenter leave today for ipar out of ioIdS.i ,l V :" V
WITH
,2: r.dMrCL-O.. an&bi'wdsbn. ,' r-fi& t "
: 11td' 'I;)!ars 'service with the lAir i fee-&eamr 'j1cbcOrk, Iae g. [ -{.* ou- .IaiGunVV POP,
Micky, M.
: 4t*& R.. I. .: s tp ,Force::Trtln' basic1. trainhtg atLacikland i f ieaf T d;'ahTU.'V*he will,! f1ft rWi.Tomfest.f- **tft' I! V V ,COOL HE\)$?
cost -of
; cmf '
'AF9 Texas V program V
$$1 1 III'
; j III msw! '' ksbiMlle o8unday ; ,V "%b *John!W., f Griffin -re-i be =jkf' aday-and aH chll freiare'invited Sfal. jg J. Ideorge "MOIl td gomery./ A Cool Gift to IN SUMMER. -- V VV
'MttrE -'. her ; '
.11 Davis turned. borae'ln to.particJpaiEe:''" ,*..r : "nml -* Warm Dads Heart
Ochloch'neeciGa.
.' ti1 to.-ber 'rouble in : '
: -tJsters tjliss'Miaiie &&erson one SkyiStoirlnrV'neo
V
t" > ]. .. n'1.Wedne.day after :KalMeen "ConwayBaleawfli and'Jackle: ersT j, l '
'; I
Ic ,
tUi
Ion. 'tl u J3tnds: : pf:.RS6Jne.Are&- : : e SHORTIETVRAWS
.; h1 tmilJ ,'l. ft'.. iliiti-I': :'er ohf the .weelce dT ;.- V \ .r twi.day:visit' with'her. .:pireats-1;f "inslruct' ther 1 th''seat". V 'VV 'V V ,
: Mr, and .., F. F; tmnp!: L j44-- -6 -
V
: 'PIus .Cartoon \
V r.aAd
-i Mrs. Nazworth.oZTaonv1fle .
:1SE Cary 3Iiss Wimp Tanjrer j Ii. .1 r...' PAJAMAS Hats on! for
NW.AND
-visited. Tretprnwlfist'"Thursday Pads
Uf after V .,._ -__
't'lJIJ.t 'ten-Slay, h > 'r U ;> VV\ flV who like t the smart.
IVr1 # pf 4'M. Barney McRae Sun-t. ''' o V .-' ; V .' V
S t 9 V .:tf 1. Tue niece. Mary Beth visit withher brothei'-rfl-tiwr' : S : ,' : ;-W ', 2%_ ness and coolness of
H f8'.f : and mister, SFC kmt MT5. iport V. Drip dry cotton or
: -
; ,Cravtor went home .withthet1oI -* -.at : k7 -summer. str4ws.V .,
F16rt
weeks visit.Coliey w 'aixui ;! V Dacron and Cotton. -a7 : '

FROM ,VZ V V "V.t 7: s.Y ck1e a > LU Ga. Mrs. Chapman and c illdrta1aceompanied4 ; V V V Our -Reg 1ar $2.98 { : '!
'hLPM. ;:: Lt 98
: : .Jf her Bister hdinet $
JUYE II Tfi!
V ate$. and Mrs. :and $3.98
Harry 7"Y
..., ,- '-., .spend,the weekend1 with-her : ___ V
'- --- '
V -
Our :Yo/wme. .':V VV.' V '. !"Cocoa.v1U.sp feet th&VWhTh ey Win et. parents 'l1r., and Mrs." E.. E.Banner. .: : V V ): ,. ,.to

.e bridal attehrtaffla iir he "'Mr. .V ,, ; J The ; Made Our V -': $lOQ V ::'
keddins of ML' MHis stat aad' T;rs- Alan 'Long ofpfiawarie Principle : V -- V $5}*98 l

SAVES1OIJ'NE1k were \ tthgaks'rCI&tIVe ,t: ; VV \
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Starke Junior Women Place 2nd InState; r -.. Tyus-Akeridge: Carnells Honored I Beam Couple .r: ,in;> were Mrs. Lorraine Dodrer. _

Receive' Award For Public Affairs Work, I With Patio Dinner Oni" "' :' I Ed Hiddock Mr. and Mrs

Marriage Event .... !:Honored : Ivan'E. Beam and family, and fMIS

The Junior Woman's Clubof minutes 'o! the convention.. Of June 9 ,ByJ.. '1. Quigleys |54th Anniversary .;Btlle. Addison all of L___
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.
Starke placed second in the I Activities contributing to the Cor-i
Honoring Dr. and Mrs. Luther Addison and family of
Mr. and Mcs-: C. E. Beam,
state and received an awardfor Starke club's public affairs Miss Marion Akeridge.
1 bin Scott Carnell of Gaine.sville,1I i 54th' Orange Park, _
who
celebrated their '
its participation in public awarded included: the first i f
t of Airs. Allen Gilbert
J daughter { and Mrs. J. T. Quigley en-i!
GLADYS MOQTO PHONE 964-0651 wedding aniversary, honor I-
I were
affairs during the past year. Strawberry Bowl Queen con- .,. !
;: !.: ..... -.. Akeridge and. the late Dr.;I tertained at a family patio dinner guests at dinner I
. The presentation was made test under the direction of I:' ; a given by II I! TIlE EIGHT POINT for the
'" during the' annual Florida Mrs. Rowe Thrift Shop Akeridge of Brunswick- Ga., Saturday nightEnjoying ; their children last Sunday at
James ; ,I" ay you write. Come In andi _
j !Unit Two Jancy McCurer Federation of Woman's Clubs under the direction of Mrs. .: '1TLINancy* was united in marriage to En-' the hosts and this occasion honor'' guests with|!:the Kingsley Elbert E.Lake.Thornton' homeon select your favorite ESTER.i .

Convention and the General Abe Abercrombie which provides fign Howard Kenneth Tyus,. ; BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
Of : _
Wesleyan Guild Becomes Bride Of |were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carnellj| Out of town guests,attend-i
Federation of Woman's Club money for' the club'scharity r GRAPH.
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son-of Mr.-- and Mrs. Howard and son, Gene II, of DaytonajMr. ,
Holds Supper McCormack.. Convention in Miami Beach, work; $50 donation toward -,: Bates Wins Kelly Tyus of Starke, on Fri and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott, '
June 26.Another. of the I
I expenses exchange day..evening.. June 9, at 7:30 of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Unit two of the WesleyanService I WoO\and ,Mrs., Toby 'O'Neal award was given to tudent from Norway; sponsorship -:'Top Student Honors I o'clockin.. the chapel of the Leonard M. Noegel and son
,announce the marriage of her the Starke Juniors for parti- of Girl Scout and For'e"
inBrunswi
Guild of the Methodist First Methodist Church I Stevie, of Starke.
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Church daughteA Miss Nancy JMcGurer; cipation in all state and national Brownie Troops under the direction -' !Miss Nancy Lee Bates, k. Rev. Charles A..t Dr. and Mrs. Camel and CHICKEN:
had
covered dish
a supper -to Edward McCormack, Jr., projects under the leadership of Mrs. J. D.- Warren'
, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. H. Jackson Jr. performed the sons, Rickey, Alan, and Steven;
S SHRIMP
; and meeting Tuesday night son of Mr, and Mrs!: ,McCor- of Mrs. John Torode, and Mrs. Patricia Cauffman:1'I :
I O. Bates of the StateFarm, nuptials :In the presence of, left Tuesday for BronxvUle, N.
the home of Mrs. R. S., mack, Sr. 6t')fiami.I immediate past president. adoption of two girls at Sun- i award the members of the immediate Y. where they will visit Mrs.Carnell's ., 3. And All Other OrdersPfiONE
lat! 'c. 1 I The wedding was solemnized the Miami under!'was presented an as ,
llIn with Mrs. C. Johns Attending convention nyland Training Center, and S
families. and a few. friends. parents, Mr. Mrs.:
Tuesday afternoon:.June.13, at from the local club the direction of Mrs. J. D. Jutstanding :Business: Education \t I 9641431tI'
,::&* coJiostess.I II I I : Ttie faHde was lovely in. a Young. Dr. Carnell will be stationed ,. .
I : 3:30 o'clock in. ,St.; Thomas were Mrs. L. H. Outlaw, Mrs: Warren; Dental Clinic under I graduate for the year 1960-61 white chiffon dress featuring in Washington, D. C. this
,After a buffet supper the I Episcopal Church: Miami. Hal Hand, Miss- Betty Jane direction of Mrs. Randall I, at Florida State University. .skirt. In to They Will Be Ready To Pick Up
an accordion. pleated :: summer teaching English :
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resident, Mrs. Johns, conduct-I .
: and Mrs. Jerome Children's Committe I -
I Morgan Chitty; I Pictured, presenting .award h r"hair./she- wore a Juliet cap foreign students. He and his When You Come For ThemUK'S"
! Jed, a. business meeting: Johns, new president of the and transportation totalingover I I '
a ax c where1rgrams Ice Cream: PartyIs is Dr J. Frank Dame, head of and carried a spray of lilies of family will return to Gainesville -
were planned for the' ; group. The Junior Club's delegate 200 miles under directionof the valley centered with a, in September. I,
l ping: .year. A Prayer Break- Held to the General Federation Mrs. James Bloodworth; the Business Education Department white orchid.A DRIVE-IN

_iit will be held Sunday morn- At Graudon HomeThe Convention was Mrs. James I Get Out and Vote Campaign 1 1I I I at FSU.; reception. was held ,at the bingeI'Thornton. j .

ihr, July-16,. preceding, .Sunday Bloodworth, Public Affairs including transportation to I i The award is given by the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert
fJJchooi. P. W. Graudon home Chairman of the Starke Jun- polls, 100 per cent registrationto National' Association. for Business -Thompson in Brunswick. I Bride Elect, Is I

;1 For her, program,, Mrs. J. it.Lxon .: was the scene at a l delightful"ice .ors. Mrs. Outlaw was recently' vote among club members; Teacher Education, and 'The', bride is a graduate' of Luncheon Honoree
re-elected vice of the for consists of a year's professional '
read an interesting let- cream party" last Friday president polio vaccine members and i' Glynn Academy and attendedthe ,
et from Mrs. Louis Hillendahl, evening. club, Miss Morgan is incoming families, and Paps Smear under membership in the United '
: : I University of Georgia Miss Ginger Thornton, Dride-:
treasurer and past president, direction of Mrs. Kenneth Business Education Association -
& {former1 Guild member who, a i
Refreshments of i
: home made where she was a member of elect,. was the honor guest at j
pith Rev. Hillendahl and chil- and Mrs. Hand is State Junior Grider; a program and action j
ice cream, 'Cake and Coco I' Kappa. -Delta. sorority. lovely luncheon held last i il
Sren Editor, one of the four state obscene literature and A, Miss Bates received the ,' \ a
,, is now at the NyadiriMission Colas were' furnished by the on ; ;'The bridegroom is a gradu- Sunday In the Garden Rest-

;Salisury, Southern seven couples'and their families executive officers. They were Day in Court. award at the annual spring ale:.of. BHS, class of "'53, attended ]l aurant. Co-hostesses on this,
Africa. Mrs. HUlenanl among 2,000 representativesfrom At the national convention banquet of Pi Omega Pi at the
giodesia attending.' Enjoying the the University of Florida I I occasion Misses Rubble
50 states anct 53 countries on Saturday, Florida took Floridan Hotel in Tallahassee. were
.;c! wrote at length of their affair were the Graudon fam- I national i and graduated from Florida I:
Suzanne LeMee, Mary
densive, travels after: leavingjjtarke .1y: ,. Mr. and Mrs..Norman Willis to attend the 70th National awards in six depart-i.I Since her graduation from FSU Southern ,College in Lakeland,''iCapps Katherine, Wainwright, and !:i iI

a year ago to their Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Convention.Mrs. ments. Outstanding work on i Jin January she".bas been teach- class of..'60. He was a member
Wsslon in Africa. \ Johns, a member of the the national level includes education -I ing at Ribault High School in I Mary Noegel. Timex Electric
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Tucker,, of Lambda Chi Alpha fater- Also invited to be presentwas Watches j Razors
fe ,The, club_ had_ as guests for Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams, state executive board, attendeda surveys, founding and I Jacksonville. rity. He Is presently servingat I the bride-elect's mother,: I I

tthe, evening Mrs. C. D, Wil- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne and meeting of that group at financing support of mental G1yncO Naval Air Station Mrs. E. E. Thornton. I $6.95 up $12.95 up

4tins. Mra. Titus Olson, and Mr. and Mrs.M.,H.' Sheppardand which: convention policies were hospitals, work in Indian affairs -Mrs. Meed. Lewis in Brunswick. The honoree presented' Max .
r&. Luis Diaz de Arce. families. recommended and several local and state work in was I II See our Factor sets of Toiletries you are
at
They are now residing
speakers and films were presented -! conservation, religion, home Recent HonoreeAt with a lovely gift of lingerieas to find what
.r .L..l__ Training' 3847 Cochran ave., Brunswick. a memento of the occasion. sure ..Pad," will want, and they are priced
t T I on Sunnyland life, international affairs communications I
J Parties (}a. I
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: Center and mental retardation education and From $1.35to $3.75
I :Time For That :New the Junior Woman's public affairs.In recent! Girls Slumber !
/ Mrs. Meed Lewis, a ,Coleen Nichols Has '
Club state projectMrs. commenting on the convention 'Full Line orCigarette
: .tighter'Father'
; Summer Time, Hairdo bride was honored recently' Hawaiian Style I
Outlaw and Miss Morgan Mrs. John said "This Birthday PartyMrs.
I with a bridal shower given by a Day cards Tobacco Supplies
attended the Fine Arts organization representing 11 I .
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Let us giye a summer :beauty lift, Mrs. Lucian, Conner at her Misses Vicki Frees, Elaine
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: : .. I Breakfast and Awards ceremony -., million women is the most ,Jlyrtice Nichols) gave.a
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home on the Bayless Highway.An Gilhooly; and Kay Garbett entertained -:
that free V powerful and largest of any I birthday party Saturday afternoon '
leave
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en :
: attractive yellow motif'was with a Hawaiian: \
., Mrs. Johns and the Starke woman's organization in the t for her:.daughter, Coleen,
party !
carried out in the lovelyflower I slumber last Friday )
: : joy: the hot days ahead. Come in' this :week.. I Juniors were given a special world-on the state, national, who was seven.years old. !
arrangements placed at evening at the home of the
I -; 'It:T' ., .:.. I honor when the Starke president and international level. These I .The ten-little guests enjoyed:,'
points of interest throughoutthe latter on Thomas Street. j
was asked to serve as activities are found more and games on the lawn of the,Nichols' -,
: ,If Your Car License.Is .No. 54W-7341: : ; ; hostess for the National'Post more off the society page and party' rooms. Th refreshment -: home on K South Street' The Garbett home was attractively -!; Are Our Main Bus'inessAnd. We, Like Your Doctor

A FREE SHAMPOO AND SET. ..' Convention board meeting in on the front page of papers handsome table cutwork was covered cloth. with and. a i,i'and refreshments were served. occasion with decorated turquoise for blue the!I' Are Dedicated To'Safe Guarding Your Health.

i.4 ,Awaits you at our Salon Watch' this.. the convention's executive across the nation. The Starke centered with a reflector hold-. and pink streamers and Hawaiian i
Juniors claim proudly] a small CARD .OF THANKS
l : space every weekjor new winners. I I suite. Mrs.-Johns was also appointed -. but vital part in the programof ing a vase with yellow flowers leis. The seven girls attending -: ANDREWS DRUGS

; to commit- flanked by crystal holders with 'The family of Mallie- ..andIsiah enjoyed games and refreshments -j I
Last Week's Winner 1 serve on a the General Federation olWomen's '
II burning yellow tapers. Crystal .Todd wish to thank during the party.
I ; I "In 'Vinn-Dixie Center"Ml
j I tee of three to approve the Clubs. t Shopping
DOROTHY T. BENNETT
trays held decorated cake i those_ ,.who.were so ,kind, to us hours. I

; l" I Couple ,Honored Bobbie Barksdale I squares and dainty sandwiches I during our bereavement, Also I I ... .. .

We Are .Closed: All Day Tuesday I The crystal punch,bowl, at, a for the! c flowers, food .and '_ _
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Saturday' With, Celebrates, I 13th separate table was surroundedwith other. ;acts...of,,smpathyT1iMallie _ _
l. Glamo-Ree Hair. Stylist yellow florets. and 'slab'Todd" family.
:Rehearsal Supper Birthday Mrs. Freddie Watterson

r .. ', greeted guests at'the doot-arid 18))
Miss EUouise Dh. 964-8341 Mr.:Keith : ii'u
t ., JT Mr..and Mrs.* Don. Patray and ('Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Barks- presented .- them Jto :the' ;,l'e- -; > -
:Mrs. Nora Patray gave a rehearsal -dale entertained at a delightful s'of' _
.f 353 N. Temple Avenue ceivuig line composed Mrs:
supper Saturday evening birthday party last Friday honoree'Mrs..N.
Lewis, the S.
) : ''I June 3, honoring Miss,evening for their daughter, Dankel, her' mother, Mrs. J. FjoridaTheatre forhis
Barbara Ward and Arthur Patray -
I. i Bobbie Sue who was cele- C. Sapp and Mrs. Emory
tI after their wedding rehearsaL -brating her 13th anniversary.The Lewis. .
Rabbins'FAfflER'S S S. 'S
I :. party .was held on the Assisting serving and car-! 4otatt'
The supper was held on the of the Barksdale homeon
patio ing for the guests were Mrs. :
I i( DAY SPECIALSMEN'S lawn of the Don Patray homeon W. Madison Street which Fate Brown, Mrs. Roscoe'Bui-

Edwards road. The buffet,.was decorated with pink and lington Mrs. Paul Faulkner,

-.J {, .: .-- '- table held a centerpiece of white streamers, colored lights, Mrs. Reed Lewis, Mrs. Wood-I Our Finest STRAT 0 REST! Reclining ChairWith

If ; 1r MEN'S 'summer flowers, and the U- Japanese lanterns, and bal row Thomas and Misses
shaped table where the guests loons. Pink cloths covered the Janelle Bullington Yvonne SAT. JUNE 17

J DRESS were seated had a garland of refreshment table. An attractive Conner, Carol Farr and Elaine :
PANTS
I Double Feature.Program i i leather-like VINELLE
summer florets extending down arrangement of pink Crosby. .. I new plastic upholstery Extrasoft, full foam dia.

I 0 Wash'N Wear the length. lOOSes centered the gift' table Approximately, 50 guests 1st..Feature .- 1: mond tufted back, solid foam losse rever sible cushion, foam padded arms and
The 50 guests included mem :: footrest. Equipped with TV mechanism. The -chalir has it comfort
0 and the birthday cake centered called between the hours appear.
Rayon Cords bers of the wedding party and the refreshment table. eight to nine-thirty. % ance and quality. S .
I ; 0 Cotton Cords I meiribera of the immediate The 60 young guests enjoyed '

:, I families. games and dancing during the Mrs Meed Lewis and her 'R.EL X.A'V'S.IO:-
$4.9 The bride and groom gave party hours. bridal attendants were also i, .

I their attendants personal gifts Assisting Mr. and Mrs. honored at a delightful lunch- I ... .

and the ushers and best man ,Barksdale in the games and eon Thursday, given by Mrs.E. '' :- ". >

2 for $900 presented the bride and groom caring for the guests were Miss L. Matthews at her homeon I ; :.$139.95VaIuc

with a gift.uixE Mary Ann Long, Miss Martha E. Adkins Street. 2nd. -*<

1 Long Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Early summ rflowers in attractive Feature,

: : Chapter Register Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. arrangements were

1 MEN'S Olin White Jr.Williams used to advantage in decorating only

: ,Holds Annual points of interest in the -l ..

I ; I$ SPORTI' Luncheon GivenHousewarming Matthews home for the ocCasion -

I I t J with an arrangement of the '
I jj SHIRTSjIVY The annual covered-dish! same blossoms centering the 0095

h' luncheon of W. T. Weeks As SurpriseCircle buffet table in the dining

J I Chapter. United Daughters of room. Guests were ,seated at

the Confederacy was held three of the First three card tables ,which were *
LEAGUE I II Wednesday June 7, at 12 o'- Methodist Church gave a surprise covered with white cloths and Cartoon:' Woody Moon\

-WASH'N WEAR clock at the summer home of housewarming Saturday I centered with bud vases filled )

| REGULAR and upThis I Mrs. W., B. Mundy on Kingsley night for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene with summer blossoms.' Blue SUN. MON. & TUES. "k : i

II Lake.. Williams at their new home at I and white.place cards .decor? S ,JUNE. 19 & 20'
SPORT SHIRTS The-long buffet table was 1326 E. Call street. : ated with love birds and florets PRIOR TO'RELAXAVISI'ONI

,it. I placed on the porch and ,was The guests provided'refresh-I, marked the seating arrange. "

'f'4 .. i centered with a twotieredwooden ments and also presented Mr. [ment. : JIT3LWJ5' I

j '= is a Real I Buy! : container holding an I and Mrs. Williams with a i' Among the guests were Mrs: : : (J. I Ir .o. .. ... .. ................ JUNE '

: arrangement of dried flowers traw magazine rack and I'.N. s. Dankel, mother of the r HI"d.. j only automatic position for healthfully 1'8

'. MEN'S DECK PANTS I i and fruit. matching straw planter for ,bride, and .Mrs./Edna. HutchInson -! fu.!"" if'f"--t."" I I r.ela)'--' r- :-5t. TV viewing :
After luncheon. Mrs. L. G.
their new home. grandmother. of the bIggest S S -
1 !Powell, president conducted Enjoying this delightful affair bride. vertCartoon ...' I I '

i I the business meeting, at which were Mr. and Mrs. .Jack The honoree .was presented FULL SIZE RECLINING CHAIR

i time Miss Madge Middleton Eaves, Mr. and Mrs. Harry i with a crystal candy dish'from S

69SIZE I and Mrs. E. L. Matthews were'1 1I Green Mr. and Mrs. George I:her hostess as a,-memento of Laio'I j ; COMBINATION REINFORCED PLASTIC

II elected delegates to attend the Huggins Mrs. Titus Olson II:the occasion. .5 S "AND FABRIC
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I convention to be held in Orlando Mrs. Vernon Smucker Mr. and I Mal1'p?? j jJ < Regular $49.95
: I 'on Oct. 3-6. Mrs. Herbert Mrs. J. R. McComb, Mr. and: Circles Hold' S J A
28-36 Thom&s and Mrs. Mattie ..... 'licbaIcoI r' ; S .
: Mrs. C. S. Haddock, MR and 1 -.
.1.4 .Gahagan were elected alter Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Mrs. Joint MeetingA Day Only'
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; i::4 Values $3.99 ;nates.. W. L. Blair, Miss Amy Cobura. I: : People are Funny: SS'j. $3995
: Mr$. L. A. Davis and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mayton joint meeting of the Lore- .ForFather's
:W. G. Haile were elected delegates na Epperson and Lottie 1100nCircle.s w ,
Jr., and Mrs. E. D. Olmsted. :
I of the First I WED. THURS. & FRL r I II
t Baptist
: XTRA SPECIAL! I to attend' the ,General I
[Convention 'to be held'in No- Church WMU was held Tries- JUNE 21, 22 & 23

j 4 ONE GROUP MEN'S ember-in Jackson Miss. Mrs. ThorntonDavisWedding, ;day night at the home of Mrs. MANY OTHER FINE V ALUES"ON RECLINING CHAIRS

!J. E. Wilson and Mrs. F. B. Set J. A. Griffin in Camp Blanding.After *' ,Priced From: '$@@ CISG& 5
DRESS $5.9.95.
:, SHOES ;Beard were elected alternates. ,I a covered dish cupper; bNIka < ?*Qf ff
In an impressive ceremony, The wedding plans of Miss the program on the topic,
VALUES TO
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan installed Ginger Lee Thornton daughter -i""Teach:Me to Pray, Lord,**was "- I ; > '" : ..-. ," '. '
t-:' $9.95 $500 of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. presented by members of the f
I the following officers: president "It's A Fact You Can Do, Better At"
*BLACK BROWN to be supplied; first vice-!,Thornton, and Randall Wayne .Lottie Moon Circle with Mrs.J ZFtLcrt6oxiSon .' :,... 1"
..J>... president Miss Madge Middle-Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs ,,R. dasteen serving. as moderatoK -
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JVe also have Fruit of the Loom Shorts and Shirts :I ton; second vice-president 'H. K. Davis, of Starke, are beIng Panelists taking part on

;f r, Men\ -- Tru Val Dress Shirts Swim Trunks, .Mrs: Jesse Newsome; secretary, announced.The : the program were Mrs.' H. L. Denmark F rnitur (0. :

p' etc. Mrs. J. E. Wilson; treasurer : marriage will take j.Speer Mrs. John C. Greene, .

We Gift Wrap FREE Mrs. Herbert Thomas; hlstor-i place] at 5:30: p. m. Wednesday, :Mrs. E. D. Tenly Sr., and Mrs.

,Ian Mrs. 1,. G. Powell; regis July 12. in the First Methodist I. Mildred Cuttino.-Mrs. Speer also i
Church. Starke. No 'local Invitations presented a .short programon .
I* I trar. Mrs. I* A.'Davis: recorder '
[ ROBBINS : er crosses. Mrs. W.-G. Haile.: are being Issued but I. stewardship. c OF STARK:

t Fourteen members and three Ian friends and relatives, of. Seventeen? ,;.members from, S .#" .
the couple are Invited to at both clrcles'attended this enjoyable -
visitors were present to enjoyi I of Hashimoto, 434446 ,. .. ,. ,.
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..' t;""4.--, r" :: .--- To! Fltjht Red 1 This ,C9 .onis-w orth_ .7tp Y.a11
day f :: .' .t "f Methodist recreation ,.
he Lord Scricfc '
} $t3event of"the week t"for
ajhwic I I ....ftriders;:t.f.f*l>, 15, the stateFr An idea originated by a1 hall was the scene of a fare- '.lien'- Half-Soles prime grd! $3'00 .
i A' roperiiion jrhjch ; well covered-dish supper given If; leather and Cat's Paw .L_.
opened
Starke businessman T. H. SladeEr. -
Grl for Rev. and Mrs., H. O. Boy- ?:
I aU s&TyJln ifaytona. Breach __ : her rteels-fog. $175 /
f' 1. ; .i l .. owner of Slade Transport last
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: (Tom Wallace, editor, emeritus.olTtol/rolsvihe, : Times,died last weekat II cl.v wBicK will jcohtinuethrdigh' J Wednesday night.
:
:3 the age f,'87,, His first visit tai Florida was> in 1893 and his interest I ) | Saturday. Delegates! Company, about how this na-' Rev. Boyette left Thursday If this Coupon is brought into store with
frSitf our BraafdroV} &of Starke: 1 lion can best combat communism for his'new pastorate at Bush- Pair Men's Shoes/
W in the state !never rtanefl. At the time Of his death The Miami nell. one
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I Chapters will be1 proud> bfj i has been sent to President
.w .Herald reprinted the following excerpts from a speech made by Mr.Wallace 'I George Huggins presented; SHOE REPAIR
( at a meeting of the inertcaa Planning>> : and !Civic Association : ,, !Commissioner of Agriculture! ] John F.. Kennedy by a conference -. t the' Bdyettes with a set of i, t' COURT_ -
? Doyle '
in 1951. His,,thoughts, ;-are even, more, timely. today than they I 'W6 had a good "white rain" speakers Conner at the, one bf the main: of 200 Florida ,.Methodist \flatware as a farewell gift 126 'N. Court St. Stark
t I cut bur way last Friday that; .event. lay leaders. -
MrPo were when he fi 'spoke them more than ten years ago. Because ; j froin the church. 7-31-61
really soaked everything. We I The mesage requested the This Coupon Expires
a they ('carry a irifeftsage that every Floridian. should read,. and, heed, What's wrong with thb f.ev. Boyette gave a short! / -- .r -f -
+ imagine that about an inch picture -, President to' "assemble 200 or; j talk in appreciation
we yield our! editorial.column this week to the late Tom Wallace.' and the)
V ) fell .in the heavy shower and j : Maine potatoes 'hipped more outstanding leaders fromvarious i ,to Florida a'nd .
.L it. appeared to cover 'a wide Florida pofa- phases of our society singing.
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r area. ;toes shipped north, ahd'lots'of i to study the communist men 1,

-MnrLlc When' the : Lord, created 1 North 1 he said: '"This 1 land needs .more devel- j I i. j potatoes left in the ground around ace and to suggest ways and j
tthi l '" | !Tobacco growers must.,have J : here, because the priceswere means of totally mobilizing our ace, he believes.i j

America*-. .*j Decided-* 'to'give\ ?*the*eonti-1 .opiSnK" And he said: "I shall proceed been, delighted to see the rain I too low.. I i resources to defeat the communist The selection" of. men. to formthis !
r ent special ornamentation80uUi. the under: the mandate of the Lord-Subdue i for' in many instances the j evil." assembly should be 'made j I

Iz oath. ; *'the"*' earth. and hold' dominion over, .bacco plant leaves had ton f. See where broiler prices hit. Slade presented his idea top;j;strictly "on the. basis. of their'' : t
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1wit ,'! p *1 ) drying up from the dought. a low 6f 11 cents a pound thIs'y j the Florida Conference Methodist Jab'mty; to understand the pro-. 1
tat He. .'created, therefore, hi the i image it,"" ;and an estimated cut of about[ ;e k'and you can just bet yourbottom I Board Of Lay Activities, ;clem and to make courageous

T ch ; lone-third in the' yield I dollar that a lot of and received the full I 'and creative suggestions toward
[ hi?, first linger,., 11..!...penjiisulajDorida _r tte gave ,the peninsula at Palm Beach had been forecast, crop : people lost their shirts and endorsement. In ,a group's telegram to .defeating communism, he-:

and laid 'it between.the.$him- the Beach Club, and at Miami'the Hia- '. (breeches as well at that price.;I Senator George Smathers. the statesThe- assembly shouid HIs

iofCh ihering waters of the; 'Gulf of :Mexico leah race track. He brought 'in wide, You really have to sktd yourttres I|But what we can't understandI :ay'group asked, the Florida contain men of great,' intel- .

.... When :is this: if the trouble is caused senator to. his lec"tua'l ability and of
d.Jn Atlantic Ocean '. you 'run over a use influence! common
j : : ? smooth clubs
highways
night great !
; rattler you want to kill him.jby!, over-production, why do with the President in the en- sense so the problem can be

atiD t And, when he saw. it, .as a picture? hotels, and great ,political scandals, |Last week, over in the Blanc I j!.more and more people go into deavor. Smathers,has ben impressed faced from every possible an

franked in blue and! silver, He saw that even, among holders of small offices. section, Sam ran over a &-rz the business? And why are with the idea, also, and gle, he says. s

!ft. rattler, thenbacked, up and'they encouraged .to? I I has written Slade for details! -'- y,", .:.......
I iiV 1 a s indeed an ornament., And with. inconsistency that wouldbe ran over him again, and> .still of the plan "so it may.be presented

0 The Lord made estuaries ,heirld? strange if it could not be remarkedin the rascal moved off to the And failure of broiler pro!' to proper authoritiesfor HOUSEHOLDAR I t
shoulder of the road. There ducers cannot be ascribed to such action as is deemed dtt
here to bring the blue water i 47 .other states, he took grievous the. fact that the,
nearere Sam ran over him again ando d growers: are proper." < .
Cares tai heart of the, land.'- ,And-* -) the* ,Lord; tol1'of.. developments which the ,Lord you know; the snake still'"small aryl inefficient. Two I I Speaking of his idea Slade PESTS !

'Tined the shores of the peninsulalvith had wrought, although that development was:able to get off into the of the biggest producers in the I said that, he is convinced, that}
'nDe }had i attracted Jiim to Florida. In bushes. However j it wasn't state, one out near Brooker; the free, worid,will be defeated ; I

enchanting islands t f, tHe-hame: of development man has done very lively. ; and was killed with] i and one near Lake Geneva,I I III within 10 years unless it mo- ;j .Oft5PROWL TH E

The Lord created ,clearrtijigiriyersand much that is commendable; and much a,stick. without ioo much trou'went size and bankrupt efficiency.despite their bilizes,.its total resources uBOOM

I da J jewelled'the land with S600()? () l lakes. that is atrocious.. He is still so engaged, b e. .' take combat wmmunism. It W
a concerted effort by this DOES
iSBut" said the Lord, "more development 1t 1- quite, sturdily. Cropping of tobacco has Alice is .delighted. with her nation's best men to arrive at IKWIE. YOUR HAVE

r : is needed?.;, < r. ". '> "..1 i i t started and if the growers can I t.dwarf morning glories, and ideas about how best to fight !, RoACHFSsn
: [gerbera daisies. The 'latter is r
get it cured without the barn I the world's number one meEaid. *
FLEAS
ie4e s ,f, .,When I first knew .Florida in 1893, catching fire, they'willibe, "able[an especially il.pretty flower. J ,+ ANTS'TI.CRS t!? ii, II

it was little marred, from the point of to start counling on spme 'to-: :
alt Hd caused to 'along, the shores : I The wbodS ale dry tiaw. in ?
grow view of who come. One grower told us Ashley' CONDITIONS!
well : AIR
weas one thought of the i tit the showers 'had 1 Browh. former assist-1 'Y MOTHS? .
of the sea, around the lakes along that many tobacco barn fires sprite we've ,
:+I ant Starke ''
Lord's t police chief
,
of the'pehiris beganhis
development Florida
every >riverand; .in spaeestbetween ,the could be presented, if care was i i aria"we all must be careful to duties Tdesday. P&t Control tHfl giveff'yoii % Caotf more tiaa-on* room!
the
Steamboats bore orariges north I skier i\
FREE estimate
from keep woOds for e ohj ,
fifes from -:
gettingji
Yariou'bodies of water, in titK used in'placine the stic&s properly *] said. Brown ..in standard sash wtedowl,
had Jnrtilis
: rpfu- Indian f been on the # almost anywher
st :
t River docks, and,"planters' supplies the .I .rted. Saw a tract burned trolling these embarasslng', de;
racks He said "
on
i Ion-piaej palmettos magfi6lias'rahdi : a police 'force'since I .
' bfo'a ; ; south to Indian River docks. llO jior'er I i hear like Butlei last 1957 si idstrnciii'e! and disease{ carrying; v. even through the wall.it
it takes is for stick to fa
one
any ,ether 'trees. He draped the oaks down oh tHe burner to start 'week I J and before it happened had been' assistant chief f orbp'est;j s.: Th l; nominal fffe charge;!i Tin thermostat positions.if .

-mi with spun silver, and He scattered Roads were, .soft sand trails, running serious fire. a i I you would have said that it three ye ars. He resigned 'that!; for {He Service; may actually Infinite fan speed control.

upon 'trunks of trees: air plants, ,.. .'or. orchid under arches of tropical greenery. So. IJ J}j was green, arid couldn't. burn, job.position to take the deputy .saie you nion ,.. I 1 I I Ventilates, dehumidifies, filters,
: f. ,
tyE. *, ; At night Wildcats gamboled fought, J Cucumber growers made but' it did. : DIAL _. ..
outj I Reddish
said
I that Brown i AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT'Coaling
and mated und the arcljes. ,
r "But r Thp population I pretty well this season, reI I would be & definite
said the Lord "more deyel- rain advantage! epaciEylrcted; cldrdtld ihe6mpfaii&*ftA
Our
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frogs confuse
opment is needed." : '* was. made upof a few Northern I i cause they were able to pick'!They I usually know are when it !j tb his department since he is 1 964-3965 I NEMA Stimdarti for Room Air CotfitiMtn CNl'lSW..
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c ers who called the natives Crackers, sj alreadY.trailed In law e'hforce-'
; :so many times. The price, going to rain t and Start slag
''sIfl I Jind'a few natives who called 'everyone w !n't' high, $2 to $2.50 perhairiper ing. But whe'h 'we turn 6ii the' men It would have been difficult -I;, FLORIDA PfcSfCONTRpL G. J. MtGRlFF; APPLIANCES
who north the sheriff
came from of Fernandina but some sprinklers from otir. air said to; have -
growers eon
The Lord Breathe .upon tie face, a sick Yankee. trained i ,ah Inexperienced I
of the earth .and upon thefaQe of thewatts' picked over their fields as ditloning system, it mixes ,at this tun ; man 100 W. CaD St. Ph. 961.6551

'and'said; 'Tet! tHefe be life in I have recently seen your citrus many as 17 times so with a them Tit, end a lot bf she m' 352 W. ,StXniSON ST. j ,.., .' .... . ,
t big> 'Yield they Were able to wind tip with red { \ I' \I .i. t' -
t t ces'tld. ( ; ; ,, r ,
; fruit t ;; .
this
lovely land.,Le ,. there! be/anhnals,. industry in 'the hammock Jandl make a profit r wet tails.ommunismi. -'. ....L 11t "\
birds.--' fishes, and 'pther forms of .life and) the central highlands.. your Cattle -- .. +I..I : '

t stutabl lotto the scene.i'And '-,- "/. industry.,in. thfcmidlarids: and your: hotel I If t '
: Fish j 1r f opic-.... ... .. .. of:
i1g-tl
industry. n the' waterfronts. c ;.
there was life. There were in J Plenij d ByMethodist i HOMESWEEPSTAKES

the forests countlesswild turkeys and t ..! I have seen also. the frightful l darnE -, Face De/ay_ > //it '. \

.I fleet-fogted deer, clownish bears, and E age done to the' Everglades bjr pout :Men i >

graceful panthers. Aiid in the waters 'ci ns. speculators engineers and marl: fn l DistributionOperation I "The Methodist Men .are!i \ FINAL DATE =
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there were fishes 'of ufactiarera of digging machines. w
every coldr-in i the "Fishing >i ceiisb,I planning a three month Aeries i ij \ J
t 'I
rainbow the seven and seas.of eyery pattern found' in, I have lived to see your once spark- Express," like,,the Is pony :expressjc toeeliver i I i j programs h h the general on:cdmniuhism public .is.in-.to'i':' JUNE 18 ;

.. -r. Jing estuaries vilely: polluted J like the of the old days designed Ivited, President Drew Reddish! .
"But/' : water of 1961-62 fishing licenses!! J .. .
said the Lord; {thii: tid-still' many states older in develop-' ''announced this week. j t --..f :...: t
'the of Florida -
into hands ,
n ads development. The watetf Wf rtdthe m nt. I have seen your land scourgedby of First 6* the three meetings,' -- S c .
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shorebirds that I. have created require fire until the Caribbean Pine is almost sportsmen delay, accordIng'to with.1' minimum,A.\D. Aldrich -j will .be held, on,Monday, ,July: : f
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abundant extinct and the Characteristic 10, in the Fellowship Hall at
, feeding grounds aspect Game. and. Fresh. Water ; l'
of your state i is what Oregonians the Methodist Church. The!!
i. Fish Commission director.
t
YOUR PRICE
call a "burn." Because of structural communism' program will bed i : 5
divided into three parts -1.'<
And the Lord created changes made in the licenses, .
f an area, vast I saw your commercial fishermen What is communism? 2. It's'' :;T:*" A
i in extent the like which by the state legislature in its BE" m '
.of did not
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MIGHT
accomplishments and
effects
knowing nothing how 1 1THE
except to take
filial l days, :Aldrich explains,
exist the face file
on of earth elsewhere and. S.What we can do about !|
fish, severely 'damage! your fishing in they 'are i late In being dIStributed r
-=the Eterg1adS.! The Lord saw thatwhat dustry. I haw your' catty kifigs try to to county Judges. In it." :

he had created was good. and ,He exterminate deer and almost succeed an effort to get licenses distributed Program. Chairman Tom!; RIGRT .PRIC 1
rested. Slade will speak to the group'
I
Charging them with before the end of June,
.,.f I being carriers of next month and show a filmoil I .
But on the following day the Lofflejirveyed cantle ticks, and learning later that I he said airplanes will; deliver cbmmunism. )
.
[them to local airports..as soon
the and said 'ThaUthls' they were wrong. I Meetings are held on the I! : .
scene : j as printers'riottfy tile Commis-. : | FOR TriE FABllLOJJ-S: '_,,,,.
land may be an earthly paradise, 'i it ", i sIan they, are reads !!I&e"c6nd Monday of each month! -..
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needs development." *r-* ; .. I Wildlife 'officers,wfll be std at 7 p. ni GuesU rtq the communism '
.
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a t' If. '' f' ">, .You Floridians should be fighting I I Ii jtloried at local a/ir$>rts to rush program are asked to'make }J.; : r'"I'E 1J Ud" If '. ./
He touched the, earth here )1i d reservations if they wish i H .
J i for licenses i
preservation of what remains of :the to 6euhtyi Judges''offices r- "" '" 7t; : {. : :
there, and crystal rivers f lowed to 'attend dinner meetings! '
there .
soon.aS arrive.
they
natural as
your resources as a tiger fights: :
from in the form of I giant springs. for her cubs. Florida has about three : Licenses are Usually In the prior.At the:to the meeting program.1 last month j

> million people. To get ready for twelve I nands 15, Aldrich'of the explained Judges by and June ai-! 'rnew: officers for the coming'I "H LL'Y"HILL'; H ijEi'fi. 4 4t
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million [
.. and to be prepared fOr more, : 11 year were installed Drew Red-;"
Now that though the,exact date they;will] ,
development wai.com- need *djsh elected
t you city planning county plannink. : delivered this '' has president,
be is .
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I pleted in the l land south, of the South year' unknown -1. .
II I state planning., I it Is hoped they will be!Harry Green, vice-president; 1 \ ', (' "J ,!' :' .
the) Lord gave this land to some ofHis I I I I ready In time to avoid a last of;\,A. 0. Haddock, secretw ry- t : AND, t
children. Only the Lord who developed Florida treasurer, and Lonhie Futch I
i
the to li-
i month rush obtain ;
knows how much you need planning, ,I church layman. T. EL.Slade Sr.I : HEAT.ED : : : '

!I Th&y agreed, that its development t but ,,a wayfarer, though fool he, may j j i iLast censes. year licenses. expire_ .was' elected programs chairman ': : INDOORiPOOL: WiN : !-;-. E i

, was good. They were content with)t, be, can.see that you need it greatly 1 j I July/ .1, Aldrich said, and Florida GilbertGoWwire, membership .. I
,
af| it 'WAs. They :rejoiced i and were ex- fishermen will be: advised ; George Huggins, publicity ON, ,. '. '.--' '- ..--- '
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,I cfredingly( glad. They drank the sparJtlijng e ; as to the date licenses will be ; Cnarles'Sawyer, attendance ,.. '" \t\'''.'' I

l waters of the, springs, dipping i it With I I available to them. ; Rev. Louis Diaz de Arce, ;1- { :;
II I in their' cupped hands. And lived ( bulldozers and other manmade I r Fishing> license changes' enacted oTevotions; and projects, .Connie -, :: ED l\ ;'ESD:A !
they
; ; ,:machinery busy in all parts of ;Fultih."y' -" ''- NBC- ... ..; ,61 Y.. .
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I without labor, without faxed withouthypertension by the Florida Legislature I 81" -.t. J,
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I Florida, flattening majestic oaks Reddish spoke to the 1 1un c' : I
I J: and all during the 1961 session group JUNE 14----: :;
without' trnstriatonwithout t
i ,, other their duties officers! and en .S 1s7
I, famine, or 'temporary ,hunger.Their lbpmeht l vegetation," with in many the name other, of natural"de- non-resident waS to change annual the Series license, B, on the general'purpose as j of the j j iCHANNEL: I28:30 9:00 pili: .l '

, men were strong. :Their 1It1- resources being shamefully wasted, and 1 Ii from $10.50 to, $8. O. :and_ the :organization. i '

ber-tinted maidens re more ''graceful 1 l. no provisions made for replacement, Series D non-reeht, tee- I

} we are told than nymphs and haroa this warning sounded by Tom Wallace [day license at $1.25 to a flvday'lken'se'iit' e Assistant' Police. -

1 I! ryads by, the.poets sung ,of mp.f': j \#. is(a hundred times. more needed today I i E '$ .25. Chief Takes Job .1 HE P ICE
\ than" when he first voiced i it, ten years As Sheriff : IS RI

; But when thefirst. .., :. white" l man.... ,came.. t -, azo.) I I ,THE 'RIGHT Pofat, for the Deputy. ,, ; rf ;

way you write. Come in and I A new .deputy sheriff has ,.

:. THE BRADFORD 4 select your favorite ESTER- been hired to replace former f ,
I COUNTY Tit.EGf: : .
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'I ESTABLISHED i1 i7Florida's BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE,Deputy .Sheriff James Hamilton ;; fJ k "
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suddenly '

'. '.1 : .e oldest. weeklyPublished .. If -'...a.', a ..-. .' ,June 1,. Sheriff- .resigned, D. Reddish ", ?" .,,; '""I f' Vfeit, Out Display. Model' ? Today : : /:f.r ;1 J Ji
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j Funeral! Thursday j 1 1j Gospel Concert Set -Former Teacher 1 William Feagle JVlariljcn.Norman, this meeting. It, is ..SiediUJy. : bescrlptionat &'K C.if or tf'IZ:p.Hi' SUh W, 32 C':.:r.l i',

11 j For Mrs. Wilkerson For BHS. Audit kn Given :Recognition 1 ,Electf3jcaI! I : ws : S enable) -the.Game.1nterestedpub1i Commliion ,to to -ULV'i"'Lr CU l..U;ivJ :.1st Ud'.I'bI) *3i-X' ili 1.1. ;|

4Lt Long Branch The Bradford-Union County For .Outstanding Job I Crown CouncilWilliam ii= .... 9cytitIyn. ask questions, present ideas 22: 1:::..
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\ and make recommendations Xrne in wkt4i .tueJid .c. 'l'

I I :Mrs. Penny Wilkerson Grif- Gospel precent Singing a Gospel Association Song Concertat will! I William H. Scruggs Jr.., for- Ji iFeagle.of Jasper: was ) Joyce jNorman and" .... jfioiicerning proposed regula- 1ogan.-Alt of said property.) : 0' :. "being-

tt3. 63.'of'Maxyffle, 'rdied Tuesday 8 p. m. Friday June 23, in mer shop and science instructor lected president of LIe :.Florida Don gRkijiie'l ]bqthtf\: ., tarke.'Ions: for'the .coming year. ; the! County, of Bradford. s5Ul.*

"t j in a Stage hospital after the Bradford High School audU' Bradford High and now rown, Council .of Charcfjers of were among 40& .jjraHuatingjerjtarV'it !|! of. Florida"su.th'; .5.S *
Cet-
a brief illness She the vocational agricultural teacher : :\tniversity "of I Unless certificate or
was : :
torium. The featured group will Commerce at .a meeting held. in : tificates shall be 'redeemed ae.
} widow o .the lae Lacy M.Orfffis J, be the Williams Brothers Quartet at Lake Weir High School in, Floridawho': *ej: 'Uajedscholastic .IntoPh1 Sutler Of A" lleattoa 1! coidlns to low the property d.stnbed %.
\vho died last 'Febru- '' Summsrfield, Florida::! has received tarke Thursday of last week.. phI. ational For 'Tax heed 1 in such certifU-ate or
from station WQIK in Zpi j; Sf. 1t..I..t.:8./ i certificates wilt be $old to the
ary ; Jacksonville.The the Valley .Forge Class- The Council. -, ,'which- -is con. }-\;.- shpaorAry society., I Notice Is Hereby Given that highest' bidder at the court

: lMrs.| Griffis was :> .native of j i concert is for the benefit room Teachers Medal from .' _SL prised of chamber ,of cpm- Actptance into'/jRSi"/ :]&' &>*'-folhjwlng i Carl. Harton.certificate-the holder_of filed the.I hOuse in month door of on July the) ,first l1il.! Jlonday whloh.is

Bradford County prJ: had lived !of tbs Bradford-Union County Freedoms Foundation at Valley .nerce representatives from :;5 Phl'.ispossible; only if' a" 'stndety's S ebid certificate -tor 'a tax deed. : the3; day of July, 1941.
hi I tb be issued thereon. The eertir Dated thin !9 day vf iUy. 1961.I .
Maxville for 25 She .' Forge .for his outstanding gra4e vie fc? in thetopien'per ,
years. Gospel Singing Association. Admission Northeast Florida counties, ; : <.ate: numbers and years ot IB- (SEAL)
,
, Wai a member) of the Church of will be $1 for adults work to. create a better understanding : cent"at'the.gradu-. :...' :anl'(, the description j It ...the I I f' Charles A. Darby

C1St.I and 50 cents for children. I r ,of the American way Voted to conduct a :''beauty .
l I f urviving are .a daughter' of life. est at its next meeting to coiiizeeiceftence. in, ajl .fields; I Jews: S Bradford S County. Florida..- tj.1It 8.:3
jVCertiflcateNo.. 871: Year of
J Mrs Ernest Wellhausen and, Newmans Infant I Scruggs taught school in ;elect Miss Florida Crown of :itudy.C7".. jCi 1 ,,E'Lan e 195$.
tlf, a.&m-TYaver Griffis.: both ofLMa.vt1ie | Staike for four years 1949 Council.- The meeting will 'beheld i :

I[ ; :four sisters Mrs.'ilictoria Dies Saturday through 1952. He was the only I!i Randal Chitty, Drew Reddish in August ,26 at Jacksonville [Radio Station Moves i'l '
: Munds Raiford teacher from a small Florida i L *- f' ** -" -<- 'MB 1L : CE5ER'Vl: 1 i
; .Mrs. In .Gainesville [ r' Beach.A ; : ; : } :
,I Receive Promotions rO ( wJ..QcMiQuI
Polly town : ;
.Prevatt.- Lawtejr: ; Mrs. to receive such recogn-,I committee was named to;I jI I 'PHONE 964-2600 5S
}tlnt* Carter: Maxville:' and ition; Lake Weir has only 404stuents.in !
tLula Larry DuWayne Newmans, I I I Two local officers with the red in March. He is a graduateof ,; study and. develop a promotional -I Local radio, station WRGR : Jon 'Euneral Home
Mr8j'
Whitfield.: Cocoa; grades 7-12. j I DreWUt\
, : infant son of Mr. and llrs. Don! f brochure for the council I :
? I has been :Imoyed to a new location ,
Florida National Guard recently the Officers Associate;: \
,I three brothers" John and Har- Newmans of ..Starke died Saturday ., A distinguished jury ,composed area. ,- &R 100 juSt past JDeWitt: ,C. Jones Registered Funeral .DirectorRENTAL

ry "/ilkefson. Lawtey and,, in a Gainesville hospital j of State Supreme Court received promotions: in Course at .Fort Banning, Ga. I S Soutnside pa School. 'Sta'rl\e, Fla. .f ,
i Elementary ,
L1oy I Wilkerson,- Tampa. ; and liter a brief illness. [Jurists ani elected represent-i::;ank., Drew F. Reddish Irightl iPraitPlayground 'S S ;
I 1x randchIIdren.I .' !! Besides! his parents. he is i jatives of national patriotic ;ii .: Randal F. Chitty [Heft] for who was appointed unt! ,com- : : : The finove" "to 'a bigger a nd ( SERVICES } '"

\ Fifoeral. .services' were ..held: survived by his maternal grand:i service 'and veterans organizations -' mer company commander of mander of Co. C, 748th Ord. Open':Daily better building' was made on', ,'HopitaI11e4s, WheeLChair. l i .. ,. Crutches'
Monday. May 29, station officials -
r at .2f P. m. Thursday in the I parents Mr. and Mrs. Eat]' selected the award recipients -. Co. C, 748th Ord- Bn., and now Bn. oh March:23. was''l.'cently; '"stated. ,The -station J'4 '5_. .;..1. I .- .. T
: was: S
Inn Branch from am6ng the re-: Division Ammunition from first lieutenant f Pratt Street Playground will i .
iii Baptist Church Dcfttas of RaJfbrd. and paternal -I :assigned as promoted I I S 4 5I
S .
,- ': i Jotih. H. A-Jarns;; minister .I grandparents. Mr. and :Mrs. cord of ;teachers from every i! Officer Hq. 748th. Ord.'to -capta ri. :Capt. Reddish 'is' be open ach ,morning from ,9 located on fairgrounds on 7"-.5.-y t"H .5 .

of tie Soutshlde Church of i Lois Newmans of ,Route 2, corner qf the country whose I II !Bn., was recently promoted r. graduate of .ROTC at' the to .12, each afternoon from '2 North ({Temple. Avenue' ,in,I New'Building. or Remodeling-i :Specialists i if. .,..

Chrt. Jacksonville, offici- Starke. I names had been submitted by i!from captain to major./3lajor University of-Florida and serv-ito: 5, and on Tuesday and Fitday Starke. '.

aUn ,i Funeral services were held citizens interested in continued!].Chitty was' unit commander ed in Iceland as transportation -[. nights from 7:30 to 9:30.: S Present staff of the ..stationis WE OFFER ,SERYJCES ; 1\"

at 3 p. m. Sunday .in Sapp high levels of citizenship ed-I i icf the.local 'company-for seven, officer while on active The other playgrounds'will ,lie I I 'Murray: Tillman Dean BlackwellJ presidentand : FROM FOUNDATION; UP T TMohth'8.SpeCi11 t

I Duties Nab Cemetery 'in'Union County ucation in American schools. years,prior to being transfer-,duty. open once ,a 'week, with John' owner. )
Richard Dowling and -Kay1
with -Allen R. Price, pastor of., -- Manning and Jackie Bales supervising .

Escaped Convicts Raiford Baptist -Qwrgh. of-f Wainwright Family I the activities! such as Cheshire. 1 !This 3 ,BANK LOAN

Orf East Call St. I riciatir.g. Picnic 'Chicken Delight arts and crafts softball, relays -:
,INSULATE PROGRAMS
U I Ig.
tin )1hm .
S ;ReunionAround and quiet games. & g "
Attends
S ._ :
rz: 'B:x-r-t.: : :'" A-.I. -- YOUR HOME
Tfro: escaped :prisoners were ,Ionian Alvarez 1 I I Other playground: .schedules Rules TaWSet ;1 Long) Term On u.
(aught hitchhiking on East Associate 100 descendants of''are. 'as follows: 1f :$59 'Per' ''1'hous.nd .L
PastorAt 1I S
CalJ street at ,10:30 Tuesdaynlfcrft I I the late-E..J. and N. C. Wainwright '[ .Nona Park.-Each Tuesday, Proposed 1961-62 .nunting:; -S Inst'alled'- .New Homes .5.

I by Bradford County Pine LevelMr. pioneer settlers of this 3 to 5.p. in.Madison and fishing rules and r egula-:; ..

1 Deputy Sheriffs Bussed Redding S S S 'S I Street Baptist". lions will be discussed at a :: .Specializing: in Concrete work-Remodeling. -Roofs;
who here from1 1
and and Mrs. Roman M. Alvarez ?* 4WS area came Church-Each Wednesday 3 to .
Ashley Br own. public meeting at the court- :of ,any make-Add A Room.
I Tie prisoners ped Mon- have returned to Starke ___ -oy- 47. M5 %. Georgia attended. a family reunion .5p.m. S house in Lake City at 2 p. m.; '.

ti t day night from a road campS after spending the past three 44SS at Gold Head Branch' Wainwright, Par k-Each' Wednesday, ,June ?21. t THOMAS ,& ,BROWN BUILDERS >
years hi Arlington Texas State Park last Sunday. Thursday 3 ,to ,5 p. m. ; "
neaf Waldo and offered no AI|, All hunters, fishermen :anti Complete! building 'Service ;
; resi tance when picked up by where Mr. Alvarez graduated ; : S.. reading of the history of the : lepresentatives,from clubs,and, : ; tiSarrQunding ',S..

f II{ Reeling and :Brown. The two from the Bible Baptist Seminary fC4S clan was a highint ,pf ,the I:Venezuelan] {Films other groups. from NortheaSt ; Communities :Call Starke or :G'viUe! :::

uepafU ties were on patrol when on May'18 with a Bachelorof .5# + S ____ SSc,1 day. Among those. gathering. I S Florida ar.e; ;urged tp attend,' ..starke 964-1145 9691611 GainesviHe,6.O&7

( tlie$ sighted the prisoners Divinity degree. He had the from various parts of Florida!! TpjRe'ShpwnAtParkofPairas S .5- 5 .
I being alerted that they honor of being valedictorian.of : S and Georgia 'were Mr. and 5 -' .
.
,r 'weij' in the area.4e ) his class with an A aver ti .: Mrs. N. D. Wainwright: ,". Jr; of i i ...nij
t fugitives were ,identifiedas i 4 : :_ Hollywood Fla. I I Rev. Cedric ,Eddings and his s. .

age.Several doing A I .... .
ames N. MacLeod 25, ser- friends and relativesof wife who .are .mission .
'
\-ti4 six months to five years the couple made a trip to S S.. Sgt. .Godwin ary work in Venezuela, will o", '

for grand larceny from Vol-' Arlington to attend the graduation .I showmotion'Pistures atPark _. .. : ... 11

ft I us14 County. and Carl V. Bier-;i''I exercises including Rev. Wins AwardsAt i of-the-Palms Keystone Heights, "

ma:4r 32. serving 15 years .for!j W. E. Hall Mrs. Joe S. Star- .., ... -'- SAC .School_ Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock.The 20 Words or less, .one*time ____ ,.S3 'Memorials, .Resolutions __,__ fte per word: "F'

a I arud robbery in.DuvaICounr\ ling'O.- '' R. Alvarez Sr..Mr. 'andMu. Chicken that's cooked for eating out of hand wins the popularvote j i pictures :'will ,cover the' fiotpaIdhla4yrie...____ IM; ,(Cards of- Thanks! up to 50 words: .*.--_ ,' .
'O. R. Alvarez Jr., Mrs.B for best outdoor Picnic S. Sgt. James Godwin of: progress jof ,the, ffort to esta'blisli -, Blind-Ads ,_ __ ,
//trj thjs very eating. Chicken Delight is a r Keyed or i ___. 1.80 Over 50 words -...---.___ nur'jfo ptf !ford
M. McRae Miss Gail Red- double winner for it won a top prize in a recent National Chicken Raiford recently won the com- : ] mission churches during: E .additional _
: ward over 20 t3 Display ads ta ClassifIed 1AO Inch
I CARD OF THANKS I dishij.and( Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Cooking Contest too! Easy to prepare and quick to cook this dish mandant's and public speaking'' the period when Communism i:: -:- per

f I Vfe wish, to express; our sin! ;' Conner.Mr. i will please the cook and satisfy the hungry picnicker. As the oldS awards while ? w.afI ruled-: put of Venezuela,.HELP L. 'j.VfEDlLLE .' S (Ult
attending SAC &
CURB GIRL WANTED: Tuck's HASTINGS BUTTRESS
saying some like it hot like it cold. This chicken be ,
as-1 goes some can S
thanks to ,
cer'L' all who' .
j Alvarez will when it later brought FDIALE'
serve as associate non- commissionedofficers!I and was : < !Drive-In. kpply in ; Itp
S cooked ahead and packed in a chilled hamper for enjoyment at a person I l& :.UPHOLSTERY WORKS
.. .:
''MAN.QR .. .
sislfd during the WOMAN -
illness and pastor with Rev. W. E. S ba< k and the country thrown; to I take -
picnic site or it can be cooked at home for delectable patio meals. preparatory school at Turner!I | :
i deajh, of our loved one.-The Hall pastor of Pine Level Air its 'present ,chaotic condition. -, over Dealership Starke,,}HOUSE FOR IMMEDIATE!i 710 Lemon St. -'PaIatkaS
Base |
Cranberry jelly is a wonderful accompaniment to fried chicken, in Georgia. He is stationed S tr ;Products I Furniture .
[ established. Weekly SALE by owner. Less than Repaired Up.
Lizrie Green family. > H I Baptist Church.tje I at any season of the year.Add a hearty salad bowl of greens,tomato with the. 1 5th.Strate"l, ; .. ',[, profits! :of $50 or'more at start, ;market value. 3 VedroomsT '1' holstered & UeflnihedMATTRESSES
,
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S wedges and hard cooked eggs. Fry plenty of chicken and have gic Wing at Elgin AFB in West The public is' invited ,to this:i,:possible. No Investment neces'sary ..1 bath ,Phone 64-4801 or :964- ".,
\ Pick enough cranberry jelly and salad so there are seconds all around I f Florida. I':iseryi e. ''. ; Will help you get started. 6741. 3tchg 6-22 REBUILTNew -
of the Crop and you've got yourself some mighty fine eating for warm sunny .S Write C.-R.:Ruble Depths,1- -' :, Innersprlngs VJ:

days. S i -__ ,; Watkins?Products. Inc.-Mem-: ..:FOR aLE -' SARATOGA and :-Bos Sprigs' S ....
:: Fr Pop at Wi/JTams/ Picnic Chicken'Delighf I -. m------S S I[ -' ...,t"' ..:..!..... :nhs 2, Tenn. ltp HEIGHTS ...:..i3 oedfooin 'CB, Drop Us''A-_Card'*r .talf ',: '"l!>

2 broiler-fryers 2/4 to 3 Ibs. % teaspoon garlic-or onion FIRESTONE i i,1JELP'WM"TED [bouse.'Large family room. i ?PAL\TKA..EL3.916STARKE
cut up salt scteened pqrch aIr condition : 9S45934MRS.
s/i cup flour 1 cup cooking oil Salesmen ,Or Agents unit. Fenced back -yard. : P 1GOY'-HALLER: ,.' ,
3l/ teaspoons salt % cup water optional G.iI MAN OR WOMAN..Pleasant,Monthly.pajments only $57 a !: Statke, :Mtt'
Vi teaspoon pepper LAWN MOWER: Profitable, route ,vork.. full or I mo. ,CaU .969-2345 after J p. '- 1-.- J. S 50't
i.art time. Large repeat orders. .
Measure and blend flour and seasonings in a bag or a can'witha i Earn; '$250 'per hour or more.I m. 964-0991". dayYI FQR REMT-.31'tt. : : 1 beomtrailer. tV'
tight cover. Shake chicken, 2 to 3 pieces at a time in flour I t ti Age no''barrier.Write McNESS 3tchef 6-29 Also tra'iler: pee. .
.
mixture to coat evenly. Meanwhile heat cooking oil moderately i TRY OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLANia" [CO.. Box 2766. DeSoto Station, FOR '}RENT ,6 room, newly' Westmoreland ;rr.u r Park.phone .. ..
hot in fry pan. Add chicken,meaty pieces first slipping less meaty Memphis ::2,'Tenn. 2tp 6-15 tecpratrt 'furnished apart _8692151.n2tcharT22 ... .
pieces in between. Cook until golden brown, 35 to 40 minutes '
SWEEP ANTI 0'r turning needed to cook and brown evenly. Reduce heat add 47AAnd PItA Financed Homes ment. 121 South St.. half FURNISHED '-2 beorbom
as
er iir MIMtYIC WATERvb water cover tightly and cook over low heat 10 to 15 minutes until i : .. 2% b.p. 2 Cycle '$$39. 5:' : In Starke :I blocks nlock .from'from post Setzer office.Store.'Phone'J 3 home for immediate sale. Down ,

HAND PROOF thickest pieces are fork-tender. Drain on paper towel. Garnish as New; modern .and complete in J 964-5541 after 3:30 oavment test. monthly 417 **
detail. p. m. ,Lake St. Up
desired. Makes 6 to 8 servings. every bedrooms 1& _

..........LUMINOUS _P.- r SHOCK : -:; i I t S .,Plus Tax ,,baths large ;built-in heaters..hot' ,I : 3to .,-221 i FOR RID-4"T-on store <4>i i
_ DIAL water heaters, large util- build.H
: | FOR SAL1E': Sweet corn.1 t tI

'4 'o : PROOF S Catch A Calypso Cooler 22" 4ttydeS9195j I ili grounds? ,rooms garage landscaped or carports paved I Black -.eye. Crow.der, peas and in house/?. and at one 321 small Temple.unfurnished Phone
,; -2hp.: .. butter 'beans for 'freezing :and I If'anning. 969-2981. tfchg
streets
: To Summer Thirst : city :utilities includinggas. Ancel Norman, Rt. !. .
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Quench Downpayments $287-00 to '
6 1 With Self-Winder 'Starter EIus Tax, ; t1n7A Starke. Ito FOR SAI$ _,
,$575.00.A. : .
., .. ., ,.. : I Headv mix concrete concrete
SS '
F : ? : :: J. Thomas. Realtor FORRENT: '-3 bedroom fur- .
jt'x j block cones fenr* p/vt nnd.< .
.. ".' ni hed house. 'Close in. Phone!I cement, mortar mir. rock steel .
: WANTED SEMI-RETIR
$69.9511 -
'." '',,. .-., : : ;zr'J4bp.dS44: Cycle ED COUPLE TO OPERATE I Qq.QiyI.! 1tchgI f cvster shell, limerock. land, roof "
,:4EI "
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r V .. : = : FULL -OR PART-TIME WATKINS -I FOR'RENT 38 ft. house trail- gravel. Phone 984-2521. tfchg
,' ..P4us Tax :. Bradford .EnjAneering Co. .
-
ROUTE IN THIS AREA;
,., i er. Can be: moved on your own : _
: \ !KARN $5000 'TO' $100.00 Tot J..B. '.Whlte.,phone 9i4. -
; FOR RENT-Mrs. .clark's furnished
WEFKLY, DEPENDING ON Liesi. ,
chg 615S .
Electrical kit-
cottage.
:TIME DEVOTED-TO THE j
t IBRAKESRELIIED RTT<3JNESS.. .WRITE WAT- 20 ACRE FARM FOR SALE chen. Single or couple ;OnlY.Oil

i I 'KTNS. "659 W; 'PEACHTREE(Lawtey., ;Contact Leroy .Raul- ,Phone 969-1545._. tfchg ..?.
j. FORD CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH: !ST..1NE. 'ATLANTA' 8.- GA. l '"
L j .., erson. Bradford Wood 'Yard. '
1954' Plymouth
4 I. Mi ,. 3tchg 6-22!, FOR SALE -
Sil1.O ; : s.s.S 4 : :' .;$- ', f.. .PARTS AND _, |I S S 310 6.221S I', 4 door. Excellent condition..
.d S S S .k* '-..]# .4fl ,Phone 964-2545 or Keystone
G.
ffl Sf :- : $ FOR 'RENT 'FURNISHED FOR SALE -i furnished cot- i
S S SS S S 5-. r9''S Beautifully-dec rat t one-bed 4'74 S Itchg .V
: 'tage.
: ,.,.. LABOR L7 :Eectric stove heater1
''NQW2' F ': w ": ? a ,, \. : 'room Duplex Apartment in desirable ani pump.$2,500.! J. T.Qulg-i! FOR SALE -:.... 1960 'LoneTStar '"
.% across '
rieisfcfjorhood, :
; ley. 3tche >6-29 raorie boat1&59 Marc 55
T'S 'k from B. :H. S. See Mrs Ren- I
f New 1960 trail
t : < :" Weekend nero 633 McMahon St. Tel. FOR SALE1 young 650 ID: Mercury motor. W.
___ -S flJNE-IJPSt9i$ i!A 4-S744. Chg I; mule. work antrwhere 13 yr. erWavne's Superette 671 '
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It'h
Madison.
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old and
-r j Shet1adPbny.brIddIe . ,
-b GARAGE APARTMENT, furnished paddle! '1-.3 'uoint hitch bulldozer T Contort .j
I II ,
I I 'Special!. H : bedroom.. Contact! blade. A. C:,Slade. Max. LEARN TO FLY *
Fifr T "lpde.jcdI"adMSONIC i' .... Lacy Conway Phone 94434051. -
v : : PIuS PartsI I Mrs., .Paul'Ranriorid, 241.. S.. v111-, -- ItPAPABTMENT f tfchg "
5S Wat r.Ph.: 9647434.. _
; S S S 6.15tlchg I FVflWflPD > I -

RINGS has offbeat that Americans like.-You'll I .. ROUSE /FOR SALE t FURNISHED APARTMENT .
Calypso music an rhythm I I' S
like too,'this Calypso Cooler that'blvis'two strikingly'different ; ikhiI'S Service & Auto :Sales BEAT '"THE HEAT ( ,ton: Six.apartments. 21 roestnt.rS: conditioner, electric kltcten. ., .

t From flavors.strawberry and'banana .with milk to soother: summerthirst I : Frlgid ire air .conditioner, : baths. jTw . $20.Q0 Completely checked ready to I 218N.. Cherry. '$ee .owner, : !sent Ito 4:. Phone -969-1545:
I 'W1 up The strawberry as a fruit is not always in the market. but you S 528 S. Walnut St., Phone S ;' -3861 !cool., '$100.5S' Phone' 12tn6.15REN'i' 9645841.' J., R.4Bafflnrtoii. ,ifchr tfchg .*fiPEYTON.TLOEISI *

\ can keep its refreshing flavor in season on your pantry shelf all ,,-. ., ,- - ,- .- --. : .. -' - .-. ', f .. .. '-- I S
-- .
SHRINE RINGS with strawberry.flavored mix in convenient"powdered SS BUSINESS '
year long quick FREEio: :.woinaH .or coil- "OPPOBTUNnTjOther "
form..Stir-thls strawberry.flavored mix into liquid and it \\ interest make: American I It 119 S. THOMPSON1ST.PHOt S
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H You Are 4 1-4:
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InterestedIN 'Stella "Rhoden, .7
See
4155
dissolves instantly. Fortified with vitamins'and'iron, it supplies' ple. t toil Company Station available' 914\
'" $1C.OO good nutrition as well as novel flavor for hot-day coolers. miles out'of'Starke" 'on State i for lease. Adjacent .to .Starke!jt NIGHT. 964-3891or' *89ft2tn'
.' r rj Farm Rd. Rt: 'Box 72,;phonePg40l. DISTINCTIVE: UQY LBS
Strawberry Calypso Cooler is a smooth drink as thick as a milk A tBus Sta fot1. Paid training! program -i ifWe
2tcM1'.t Anywhere
shake and full of fruit flavor. 'Young people will enjoy it'as a : ; 'end -financial assistance Wire' Howere. . 'tfchg
combination beverage and dessert with a sandwich or salad lunch -- available" to partv standing S.
Gnfurnished 5
or as a mid-afternoon refresher.The milk gives it a sound foundation FORT-'' ,ri1"credit: tmestl at1mL, Call JWORTH; TRIP .
THE
j SMALLSeeLJ.fl"dobH CARl 224 .It
TV.
of nourishment and the combined fruit flavors give it a natural rOOD .house :.Inquire" r-r'''wrlte W. M.- tewert.-20 N,
EXTRA PECIAL. sweetness which makes dessert unnecessary when you serve it. iAfatte'St.S, .. itehg, W, 12th .Terrae!!. Gal 1efM1le. Mobile Homes -, Always\ ?

':Strawberry) Caljpso Cooler FOR SALE: ParmallTractor, 'Phnrie' PR "2-0110 ,or :JB' 6- S below market,. and ttk&t. .....

MARATHON : % cup quick strawberry.* '"2 ripe bananas mashed plowjmd,d1sC.]"Also sweet corn 5631. ,. S tfcfrg| LAKE.GENEVA .
$ 'A95 flavored mix 3 cups milk ]) minodTAY I and tomatoes. 2mfles'S.'Hwy' t : 'fRAILE.lt'ftR1t .
GUITARS 100. 'FrankSanler: !Lt. .1 Box WE HAVE,a'cewloanlor mrgram .1 mi. SE of Keystone JJ ts.
;1 J Blend quick st erry.ftavored mix into mashed bananas. J31. Starke.: :tt;) farmers; 'Iazs -of ,il to 5vears Rdute 100
Gradually add milk, stirring briskly until .blended. ;Yield 4 ; for the entire credit Ifl -' : on

servings. S : i,FOB: SALE-Missouri minnows ouirepaents, 61 :the :.farmer -and
.To -mash bananas break peeled bananas .into three or four :' > \\6hmers. large 'Jted l his!family.'Gainesville Production aJesJnice\ I
pieces in bowl and mash with,fork. or electric blender. preferred. ', ; i Worms. Tteasonable 334 'N. ''Credit Association; 1201NerthMain I

{ RTHSTONE RfliS. .$60!! I '. !''Z'hthnpsonS- 2tp- 8-1.8. : -'OalnesvIlle, .tfchSl;J' .. j \

AT SS FOB RENT'furn1s1ieci cot- :-j i5 ri' 1
GLASS Thats eur'Business !.-tage. 1 bedroom.. large.kitchen COLONIAL rioRi'n'

I "If t's-'G: ass We Have It" 1 and living room. 'tile 4 ath. ;;Onlr P. T'D 'Florist'In'Starke-i, COLUMBIA & W CO.
S Couple.tAlso turnlihed garage! Flow:
: Fl rwers wired any place.

ITIAL RINGS OO CALL WRITE or VISIT. WiWi.I'AUT01SjES S ; apt-"Phone; -Utilltiea 9645744.tfcha urnlsJjed.. :Adults..,}Jers Phone for 964-6291.all.joecasions' 506':.'focatly.East;;I Laejty, .

up S Nona St. UchgCHOUSES iF..utUI
: XInZSIey Lake
Joe Peters Glass Co. S TORfRENT \ I '
712 S. Walnut rSt. Phone 964j621We I cottage ;cover .water: Bleeps :6. FOR RENT 2 and 3 .:. r.q= For
Wf Practical and useful that : I l lWe 465 per wk. Lights *nd water ."
have many Gifts will' S FOR ANY GLASS NEEDS ; roedriomz. Inquire OreyhoundiBus !I i
I 'Low. iI furnished W. JtL, Agio phone I 4"qv Haatisj: i!
Please-and at .Prices.r t Station. tfcbg
tainly "
Ce Design Modem Store Fronts :333-2251. Up I .. r i
Have The; Best'Opals' .- I DUSThIMEPthtcFor1Yrr7 |
I S
I Just Mail' .Us A Pattern For :. : :. /dR. RENT 'Furnished FOR :iBENT-r-Eurnished jpart-; Job r ',? .

WIL1AMS JEWElRY Table Tops. ; .4n HewAnd. i,bedroom. cottage on.. SingjleyLake. mentsi >teasoaablejrates.Keftr i.II Superior fof ,Cp.jw. :, 'i S
I Ued C '
I ,. ..rs: : Available June 25. Mrs. shopping center. Pfeme 8S92011 -
-\L 1313 N. W.. ,4Ui.Jl? Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353" .' H, C.'.ience; 2223 St. Johns Tdr can at 213 S. Cherry! FlIOXEEVI9.873! 1.

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,PAGE SIX BRADFORD,BOUNTY'TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA """' THURSDAY. JUNE 15, _

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I of Lawtey, 7500. N Boats I! Pine Street, ran a stop sign !!i route from Starke to Lake City ,

11 Motel! Sales Howard R. Corl, Brooker, to Driving nnits Auto Accident I while making a left turn and ;are in this year's budget. | See. _

W. E. Bigham Jr., three lots, UntilAugust : ''collided' with Crawford's 1956 The necessary right-of-way !

1000. Registered Ford going west on Brownlee for SR 100 work in Bradford Westinghouse _

r" Hike i Land Bradford G. M. Permenter and Rebecca to C.Simpson R.- Expire During First. Fatal To Aged : Street.Crawford Police saw Hornsby's officers 1929 said shape County, but is said additional to be in right-of good Freezers and

,fl Starke, parcel of land, Air Conditioner! !
' S : pickup truck turning the corner way must be obtained in

Birthday Month No: boats will .be registered! Starke Man : and attempted to swerve Union and Columbia Counties.CORRECTION At
I :IrallsactiosF Lewis B. Earls to State ollorida i
" in Florida until August 1, Tax, out of his way but could not.
1.88 acres of land on t I II t "North Florida
..Collector J. R. Kelly said Monday -! Police estimated there was ;

,; ",. Continued From Pare 1] U. S. 301 1700. The new driver license law, ,. since decals."and certif'icatea. I I An aged Starke man, James j 1 1i approximately $400 damage to Supply

b ,passed by the recent legisla required for the I boats; j i Hornsby, 91, received fatal Injuries -t the right side of Crawford'sautomobile. The DuPont Company and

a tey. $4,000.John Two FinedIn ture, makes all licenses" expire will not.be printed and distribuited i I in an automobile acdd -!I Hornsby's truck its employees contributed PHONE 954-2113 _
!
J Kopelousos and Benjamin during the month of the hold until that:; time. i.AD. j nt early Thursday morning:I j Ion impact, was turned- $114.50 to the 1961 Bradford 224 N. Temple Ave.| ___
, Suslow to J. H. Dupre, County Red Cross fund drive.
lot in La Ploresta subdivision City JailFreeForAll er's birthday, and1 gives an amendment to the old which left, several others injured -I completely around and Chairman S. E. said Starke, Fla. _
automatic extension' of the boat) registration laws states. and one vehicle totally headed back into Pine Streetm Sparks
$2,000.J.. 1961 licenses without, 'charge, that Wnel'S must place decalson demolished, Police Chief Riley the exact opposite direction, esterday. Due to a typographical You Can Be SureIf _

T. Pollard Starke, to Milton until the next birthday .-oils! the bow of their boats, ei-l I Sweat said.Hornsby it; was traveling. error, the contribution was It's WestinghousALVAREZ' ____
o D. Carter, residence listed last
Starke week
as $11.50.
',4 Involved in a fracas in. City around, ; I th r'.before or after the present -I was. thrown from A young Negro passenger! -
$6,500.Charles .
I. Hall last Friday night, two I Holders of drivers licenses FL number, showing that' lib truck upon impact and lay j!i traveling with Hornsby was
Men's Clothing
, W. siade, Hampton, Starke youths, Van Prescott which are marked to expire In the boat has been re-registered! I i unconscious in the street whn;j I found not to be injured after''!,iE-\ STORE
: to Robert E. Edwards, Starke '
i residence in and Dick Smith, both forfeited September 19.61 .,will 'continue But. Kelly said, the amendment' police officers arrived. The ac-!'an examination at the hospital. h h1! Established 189-1

Butler Court $9- bonds of $52.50 in Mayor's to use them until the monthA s not go into effect until\ cident occurred at about 7:30: i j i Hornsby was driving without I I _

900.James Court Monday. Wainwright |m] which their oc- 1, even though present a. m. and the aged man was i |I a license, police officers said, I .

W. GUI. Duval County Prescott was charged with '-UTS. They must renew' 'them registration certificates expire!;unconscious in Bradford County since it had been previously I
to William H. Feaster before the end of J uly L'rhia he revoked. Smith Corona and Remington!
Jacksonville, lot on Santa Fe resisting and assaulting a po- Elected President | the b'rthday. Hospital until died atj i
|month. '.. means, Kelly said, that'approximately 10:30.
ilce officer and Smith was :
lake, $6,000.John .
(: charged with using profane Of Loan CompanyBill When they present their license his1'office cannot register any I According to Hospital Ad- \ ,

I jarnin. Suslow Kopelousos to Nell and L. Tuck-Ben-i.language l and disturbing the C. Wainwright, of i for renewal' they-:will'be boats until August 1. > ministrator !t. E. Edmondsonthe Powers Seesi'3014Laned :I TYPEWRITERPORTABLE !
son .
a eace as a result of a fracas Issued a one or a two-year! four persons in the car ;
JKT, Starke lot in La
subdivision 2000. P1orestaw hen they demanded the release Mr. and Mrs Truby Wain- cense, depending on whetherthe CARD OF THANKSWe driven by Jason Brewster

J. M. Browning Baq of a friend, William Vas- wright of Bradford County, year of their birth was an wish to express ourthanks' Crawford were"not seriously; I -

t Count o Forsyth, from the city JaiLCity has been elected ofl even or odd year. After the injured and received only cuts
ty.-.to Shirley Johnson, Lawtey, president and apreciation for the \
first has and bruises. four
under All
Police Officers Billy year passed were examined -
f. $er\ren acres of land, 2000. Overt American Savings and :ympathy and kindness shownus 1
I ;i t the new law all licenses will Thursday morning at
f street and William E. Rosser, .
I r Walter Q. Long, to Horace
Loan Institute in Atlanta,: during'the illness and death i Thru District
I f Gunter Bradford County, lot in a brief scuffle, subdued the| be renewed for two, years. four mother and the Bradford Hospital.Crawford's ;
' two youths with blackjacks Georgia for the coming year. The cost of the license has grandmothI three passengers -- -
1 Old Lake SOLD ON
on Butler Road. $1- I
I er, Mrs. Nealie Turner, and'
.t 000.* when they became rowdy while 'Wainwright 46, attended been increased 50 cents per were his wife, Barbara, and .
demanding Forsyth's release. grade school in Starve and I;ear, which is to be used for for the beautiful flowers. Betty Ann Griffis and her [Continued from Page One I I EASY TERMS
L. K. Whitehead, Waldo, to l.frsC. J "
) Mr and. L. Warren and
Lawtey. He graduated driver education. Otherwise the husband, whose notknown
Forsyth had been arrestedfor was name was interest in State Road 100,
Charles E. I
Zipperer Starke,
of Ft.
family Sarasota, and
I! disorderly conduct atTuck's from the University of Floridain per year cost is the same. at press time. from Lake City to Bunnell
residence in
Bessent Manor! S. C. and Mrs.
" Drive-In on the same i 1937 and from the Atlanta An example of how the'lawI Jackson ; Mr. The accident Bradford
13200. I Joe C. Warren and family ofslarnArada occurred whenHornsby through Starke, and said that County Telegraph
. night. He forfeited bond a- Law School in 1947. Since work, for a person born south "
Lot Ensey Arlington Va., to, i and Starke. traveling on 1 projects for re-surfacing this
mounting to $37.50 in Mayor's joining Atlanta Federal in,,February 1917: His present 11- :
'I John
A. Torode, Starke, a lot,
1 $2,300. Court. Prescott and Smith had 1945, he has risen steadily license will not expire until

I I Ovid Thomas Starke. to followed officers to the jail from loan closing attorney to November 30, 1961, but he may

when they brought Forsyth in. executive vice president and purchase his new license anytime -
Leo H. Richardson, Starke
it lot In other cases in Mayor's secretary, and now to presi during November. Since ..
in West Pine subdivision,
1500. Court: dent. h his birth year, 1917. is an odd :

Bernie Rush Negro, disorderly Long active in Institute affairs year, he will be Issued a two
I Pansy N. Crosby Starke, to
I conduct, fined $42.50 or Wainwright has servedas year license, so he will always c', ; .
, Ovid Thomas, Starke, 5.4 acres ,
11 1 of land $1.500 sentenced to eight days in jail. instructor and president of renew his license In odd year. .. -' -'
Alfred Lee Hodge, Negro, the local chapter and as a An example of how the'law -
,I J.: T. Prevatt Sr., Brevard allowing, unauthorized personto member of the Board of Governors. will work, for a person born'in

J. Counfcy: to'Home's of Orlando, drive, forfeited bond of 'I He has also held important February, 1917: Hie present license -

)nc., a Florida corporation, 2750. committee assignmentsfrom will not expire -until '" -. .

2.099 acres on U. S. 301 south Maynard Eugene Price unlawful the .U. S..'League and is February 28, 1962, but he may ---, v- --. c -

forfeited past president the Georgia purchase his new license -- ..-
; speed, ,bond of a anytime i; c -- ---- -
$27.50. Savings 'and Loan League. during next ..February,. -
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Richard Mosley. unlawful Since his birth year 1917 is : L- :: -

1 BUY THE speed forfeited bond or $27.50. Professors Win and odd year, he will be Issueda ...- -- : :--

Andy Edward Cox, runningred I one-year license, and it will -

light, forfeited bond of Fourth Straight I!be renewable in an odd ,year ; -----

GREAT 1250. To Retain Lead [19631 and all subsequent- 4- ; -g :- __ __ -
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I" censes will be two-year li- ; -- -.? -
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censes. :
The Professors defeated -
Farmers Paid : for j
Company C 7and Lawtey The peculiar provisions

( SUPER 11-10 last week to keep their issuing a bne-or: .twP7yeavrcense !? -
For Cornland the first time are necessary k
l lead in the second half of the : ; ;
Blow Pitch League. to set the license ,eXp rationS ;

DiversionBradford Company C pulled the upset: properly -to spread the :

.. :of the year by defeating Garden work .evenly over tyear: :
County Banners periods. After, the first license
: Restaurant' 10-9 last Wed '
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have received advance i:. .
payments aD
has been renewed
I nesday night in eight innings. -1. -: ..
of $6,064.37 for diverting A
subsequent licenses will be for
p-- Garden won the first half end I I
..; Y 735 acres of corn from a two"year period.) : :'- -
. ) was undefeated this year, win- ... ,
production, according to Mrs. licenses of -
, ning eleven straight Vail games Original course 4 x '
I Mildred Sapp, County ASC office In the other games last; will follow the sank pattern'ofissUance. :. . 's-- .. f -.
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manager. '
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week Lawtey defeated the winless :. -
This fall, farmers under the !il): ? ,, ,
license k
Restricted -
or operator } k ;
Panthers 14-10 and -
Company
) program will receive additional 1 or less, $1.50 plus ... .\II-; : >:.' :..,..,'".,,< ......,.. ..: ;:
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C took over 'second place ':>." :.:<: : .. :1.L -!!
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by trouncing Independents ,. ,, ,,
!i 1 $7,000. which may be exchanged Restricted operator license? ,. ..:m.-., ':R;.' <<. ,%..:::''<:t<.. .:{..:.." *: ,'''-'':;:.'<':.'.',:".::.:.<:.::.::.:::.::..::.,.::,.::: .'. ... . -
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'II or grain. Thursday's games were rain two year, $3.00 plus 25 cents. :., f.'x. .",.<.<, r'.. *.,:::..<:..,,".x--,..."*.:':. .':.::..!'.:.<.:.<..:<: .::..:,;:..>.:........... : :
I |Sapp said. ed out and will be rescheduledlater I sub-office fee.Chauffeur ,..>/:. ${:'tt>:.o..: '::; i-: \;"*...t.:" :):;tm: :, :trg., :,...<....:t.@....<:,.::.:.tt.::.:.:i-':..N..;...',.,.:'......+.' :. .,
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l in the season. license year ? : <,, : !!:: .s@l: ::<<: # >
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\ payments, the farmer will i : :::\<'" \. : $." t.::$i:', : >.: :':; :<::%;>>:!, : W:"';: ::::":: : ->..:;: .::.:'' t.-; : :- p
less 25 cents; :\ : < W >: : M::-_::: $: :;:
be assured of $1.27 per STANDINGS: W I* GB I office, $2.50 tee.chauffeur. plus Sub- .Ic.?.:::;;$$:;tT.....,';;.;*it. \W,:..,......,....>..":l<,".",::::...:.'N.".",..,,..::...........)...."w::1.ffi:,"<:,:.::...;..i-:;.:.:V'.:'.:.:,.:::.:.!?.:':%>."...:r::';;.;.<.,>.".:>1..,:'"..,......:.':.::.-s.<'<....",':",<'<,...<':>::.,V.<:.....:..:........;.:..,..... ':::.t.:.:@; ''.',>.-1:;.. ,. 4cv -

GASOLINEc! Professors4 0 ".t.m: #,>: :w.::: \ ; .;.M..;' t1 :&rj.W. ,.,:: ,. 11. .,iWP, ::..:..l..% t-AW: ,,,, ;..;., > < :<:ii:%: ::1h, :;iW.., .. J,.:..'; .....:...... .
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t eo price support for the Company 311 license, two years :: .g t:*' :<: :-t l::::::: : r'j--;:: : ; :"">: <<* >:::::<-!<::(::: iii'fu\ : %< :;<. ::<:>::+:w: : ::: .
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r ri .:'. AT YOURFavorite he does raise in 1961. Baseballers 211%I S5 plus 25 cents sub-office fee. ) > < C c ) -: V w.. ,.>*> \4 ,) -

I{ '. f fI The feed grain program was Garden Restaurant 112 There Is a provision for driverS ..>'..,........, "I'I: >: ',::::,':<.<:::"'<:.:'": >.,..:: 1t.: ;.<<<.'.i:.:'.:....<.......:-....\..,": ..*... :<.\:.%$"*...,,.):':.:'v..*.,'>.,....Jl..kV= ..;B........"..,....l*..I. ..,I..,,,.... ... .... :,x-,... .'
initiated by Congress this Lawtey 122!% who may wish to drive in +
Dealer spring to reduce the giant 1 ... ; .
I I Independent L 2 2& other states after his present v v.e ; / : :> V
I 1I j stockpiles of stored grains. Natural Gas 023% September 30, 1961 expirationdate -- :" c< : > )- S : '. < / ,._ w VL

9 Other goals of the program Panthers 033% has passed and before the '

i include boosting farm income birthday month for ills, new : : : .7'

i MANN'S and reducing the annual grain, license has arrived. This lain -
i storage cost by $600 million Spring TournamentIn the form of a validation stamp SheU experts test for knock by accelerating up steep grade. In another test,that"fifth wheel"in the lack is lowered onto the road to measure mileage precisely.

i, Shell Service annually High Gear which costs 25 cents- [plus a

I Closing date for sig.ung up '25 cents sub-office fee). This
'* 1 252 \V. Madison At Country Club
I'I for the feed grain program Inj'j takes care. of any Inspection of
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: : \' Starke, Fla. Florida was May 21. : license by officers nut of
Five matches scheduled
The final statewide tally rl* are Florida who would not know

I \ I[showed that 4,610 farmers agreed -( Spring for next week Tournament In the Handicap at the that the license is'.automatically !- 'ij PERFORMANCE : \

SMITH'S I! to take 120.828 acres out:I III ( Starke Golf and Country Club i. extended until the birthday : :
.
of production. Total payments month. Sinc all. '.licenses ,
( II :I, Pro Ted Fox announced Wednesday -
Shell Service (including advance payments
... : carry the birthday month the
L and payments this fall! are "
works simply.
k system very :
. : Lawtey, Fla. estimated at 2212299.20 for Tw matches are set in the -
Champion flight with Shell test reveals five
Clyde
to
1961. crew test "
S !Terwlllegar taking on Bill Pest Control Beats ways your car;

\ B CK'S GROCERYN. Rooney.Van Doren Epps or Doc .Carradine, andI Community Bank .. ;
Charley Sawyer BobMcRae.

t 301 Starke Star At Park I I,I Two matches versus are also On 'Single for top performance-and how the 9 ingredients intoday's

. I scheduled In the first flight 1 -
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Paul McLeod In the
9 singled
"The Private:.Lives of Adamand j with Col. Joe Johnson and -
'IREDDISH Eve." with an all-star!j Howard Myers playing one set only run last Tuesday after. '

STORE cast of Mamie :Van Doren,'''and Bish Bishop and Col. noon in the third, inning asFlorida : Shell vTo ,

Heilbronn Springs, Fla. I i I Mickey Rooney, Tuesday Weld I.1 James A. Griffin .another.A Pest Control:defeated Super can help you get it-a .
State 1-0'in' .
Bank
Anka A match is Community .. .
Paul and Fay Spain i champion set In : .
.: i lI, the ,a closely'played game! Com- .c
play Sunday, Monday and i second flight between Bobf' 4 -.0-
rHARLEY'S 1 Tuesday at the Park Theatre. Shannon and Bill Orah n 'I;munity State managed:ouiy one John Baker and John *. i
!hit while Pest Control bangedout to give you quick, easy starts. 1, Did your car accelerate gredient,called Platformste,contains keeping a 'record
; of.1 the
t' :: : "Adam and Eve" an Albert The winner and runner-up Inf r'; ,(below) of Shell exact
.1.<' .1 three. .._. . smoothly-with no faltering, no components that release 11 anountyou. : i'
GARAGE will receive Test# "" r .
,;. Zugsmith production for Uni each a trophy : Research, top performance is a 2. Smooth running bogging down? than
IS t In Friday's gari .Pest Con. per cent more energy even 3.
,: 1 ... Highway 16 East versal-International will bring "Junior' Tourney t trol scored four'rtlI13 in" the scientific standard. They measr'we Pay close attention to your: en- 2.Do you have plenty of power the finest of 100-octane aviation the brim Finally fill. your tank to
laughter at its sly fun. grippedby | Bish Bishop qualified in th e it with precision instruments.But again. Add up all the
in traffic. ?
Starke, Fla. the suspenseful drama of r first 20 entries wIth -a score last Inning to defeat Starke gine. to spare gasolines. gallons you'vewDOught
good driver (not
i any can run a Does If feel
vibrate "run of
when
Builders Supply-$, ran roughly you you've out
,tout,
i, its more serious moments enhanced of 80 in the National PeeWeeTourney \ version of their basic Here counting the initial fill-vp in.
I out of luck last .Monday:when tests. you stop for a traffic light Doesit engine, it's time to do something Test #4. Knock I,
I by the power of the for boys under 15 ;. arc five recommend. step ) Divide this amount into
;,::' : RIVERS'Shell moral lesson that underlies played in Orlando this week.; the. leagu -leading Johns' Oil : they seem to "surge" as you pull a bout it. Accelerate up a long steep hill your total mile driven. This
; Company beat them 9-3. .- away, then falter and fade? Super Shell may be your an- and listen carefully. If heara
the story theme. Two other Starke.boys entered j you gives miles
f you your
fj,: Station Mickey Rooney tops even the tourney; Mike Willis hada 'Johns :Oil Company' The problem may be the swer. It contains TCP,* to help sound like marbles falling into -Try this tesrwith three per gallon.tank-

.1(this early success- "Puck" in score of 90 while Richard T STANDINGS: W L GB wrong blend of gasoline. restoreer lost to combustion an empty oil drum, you've got fins of Super Shell. You'll
Graham Fla. ,,Jow Oil 3, 0 see
'"A Midsummer Night's Dream Hobbs had a' score of 99. ; In summer, for example, excessive chamber deposits. knock. It could cause engine what top performance
j,Florida Pest 2 2 1% really is.
And another Shell in-
Super trouble.
.4 I Ihti with, his marvelously pixie 1[Starke Builders ,1, 22 heat can make winter .
portrayal of Satan. Mamie grade gasoline bubble! in the fuel Take no chances. Switch to

STALLING'S 1 1t :Van Doren, as "Eve", takes Guard To Camp Community Schedule State 022% line. Bubbles can interfere with Super Shell's Super Shell.Its formula includesno A Buftrtm from Shell Research

'"' lull advantage of this opportunity the flow,causing rough running. 9 Ingredients for less than three ingredients to WhCreIi997XientisUairworingtomakc
Truck Stop June 15CommunityState better and
June pmt cargo better.
t as she adds 25July9National fight the various of
a brilliantly' Bank vs. Florida Pest Control Shell scientists don't let that top performanceS causes knock
;7 Waldo, Fla. Voignant characterization: to June 16-Starke Builders happen with Super Shell When
i her eye-appealing1 figure. Guardsmen will at- Test#1.Quick starting hot weather threatens ad- per Shell now contains Test #5.Miles per gallonDon't
v: e \ Supply vs. Johns,Oil ..Company they 2 octane boosters, 1 mileage -
11" tend'summer field training at; June 19-Florida .Pest Con- Count the seconds it tal s to startjour just Super Shell's 9-ingredient booster,. I qukk-start trust your fuel gauge when

! ;: PRESCOTT'SService YWA To Hold Fort Stewart, Ga. from June;: trol vs. Starke Builders Supply, car. The engine should formula JO give it the correct component, 1 fast warm- YOU measure miles per gallon.

25 through July 9. I June 20-Johns,OU:Company snap to" in about two to three volatility for smooth summer ingredient, I anti-knock Take these three simple steps I

Station Supper MeetingThe Prior service men and stu-I vs.. Community State Bank.. seconds.A slow start drains your .driving. up mix, I gum jneventive, I and be'sure. SHtIELLTrikmwk
dents'who will be seniors
battery. And it flood 1. Start"
may' your test by filling
your anti-stall and
,. Middleburg, Fla. Madison Street Baptist year may,enlist by visiting lii el I Recent Birth '. '!V" .Cylinders, causing: performance Test#3.Reserve power new,improved ingredient.TCP.These your tank. Make sure tLe gasoline -
t. '_": I JY.! W. A. will meet at the armory Monday night, Capt troubles. .
v On a turnpike in light traffic, comes to the brim.Write
', i, Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles'Shank, nine ingredients all work up
:J Parsonage Monday afternoon Drew Reddish. said.. :; If your engine is balky, accelerate suddenly from about down
Gainesville try mileage
! JOHN A. TORODErr "I a daughter, June together to give car your reading.
} at 4 o'clock and then to the Four' enlisted your
go men during Super Shell.
+I Mr. and Mrs. MUtan-Mosher,- It's blended with a thirty miles an hour to the legal 2. Drive in
home.of Mrs. L. A. Canov a tithe past week: Sgt. Charles.C. frisky performance. yournormal manner -
; iogtsdiG&t ralfod BtttowJV limit. Now ask
in yourself
:: Distributor ((10. Doctor'iHttaLuamton. : for at least three tankfuls.
., Kingsley Lake for a covered Davis, and recruits, Roger D., : < ..,
.. dish supper meeting and swim I Dixon, William R. Moody; ani dj J. a sonJunerH; in fur.Shell',unique ivoline aUfr GgsoZjs ctmUMng TCP faew 4 iy U.S.Pa"* 2I8 jj'W

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Motel of Lawtey. 7500. I I- ''No'Boats Pine Street ran a stop sign i:route from Starke to Lake City

Sales Howard R. Corl, Brooker, to Driving Permits Auto Accident while making a left turn and are in this year's budget. j See.. ,

W. E. Bigham Jr., three lots, collided with Crawford's 1956 The necessary right-of-way !

, 1000. Registered Until ]Ford going west on Brownlee for SR 100 work in Bradford Westinghouse

:Hike Land G. M. Permenter to C. ,R. Expire During Street. Police officers said and
Bradford and Rebecca Simpson. : August First FatalloAgedStarkeMan ; County is said to be in good Freezers
Crawforl
i saw Hornsby's 1929 shape but additional right-of.
Starke. parcel of land, Air Condtioner! !
pickup truck turning the corner way must be obtained in

" TransactionsVl 2000. Birthday Month No" ,boats will l be registered! and attempted to swerve Union: and Columbia Counties.CORRECTION At

Lewis B. Earls to State of in Florida Until August 1, Tax, out of his way but could not. '

Florida 1.88 acres of land on I C(Collector J, R. Kelly said ,:Mon-' \: Police estimated there was : North Florida

From Pare 1] U. S. 301, $1,700. The new driver license law. dayr',since decals and certifiicatea An aged Starke man James approximately $400 damage to Supply

.( passed by the recent legisla. 'required for the boats Hornsby 91, received i the right side of Crawford's'automobile. The DuPont Company and .

.ey, $4.000.John Two FinedIn ture, makes all licenses" expire will not be' printed and distributed -!juries in an fatalin-t I Hornsby's truck its employees contributed PHONE 9S4-2113

Kopelousos and Benjamin during the month of the hold until that time.Aamendment dent early Thursday on impact, was turnedcompletely $1)4.50 to the 1961 Bradford 224 N. Temple Ave

Suslow to J. H. Dupre er's birthday and1 gives to the old which left. around and County Red Cross fund drive
lot In La Floresta City JailFreeForAII I : an several others Injured Starke, Fla.
$2,000.J. subdivision. :c. L, automatic extension of the boat registration law, states and one vehicle totally headed back into Pine Street Chairman S. E. Sparks said
1961 licenses without- that owners must place decals the esterday. Due to a typographical "You Can Be Sure-
'charge demolished Police Chief Riley in exact opposite directionit
T. Pollard starke to Milton the bow of their 1oats. ei- error, the contribution was If It's WestinghouslilU
until the next birthday .-rolls on. j I Sweat sa1dHorusby was traveling.
..
I D. Carter, Starke resi- '
listed last week
as $11.50.
1J4 dence, .$6,500.Charles Involved in a fracas in City around ther' before or after the pres-i i: was thrown from A young Negro passenger ---- --, -- --_.
Holders of drivers licenses ent FL number, showing that his truck traveling with Hornsby was
impact and
Hall 'last Friday night two upon lay
! to Robert W.E. Edwards Slade, Hampton,, Starke youths Van Prescott which are marked to expire in the boat has been re-r g1gte ed.1 i unconscious in the street wh n I found not to be injured after :11\ 1 ALVAREZ'1 STORE Men's Clothing
Starke,
L residence in Butler and Dick Smith, both forfeited September 1961 -will "continue But Kelly said, the amendment: police officers arrived. The accident an examination at the hospital.I Established 1894

Court, $9- bonds of $52.50 in Mayor's to use them until the monthA oes not go into effect until), occurred at about 7:30 Hornsby was driving without
900. I[ -
James Court Monday. Bill Wainwright m which their ocurs. 1, even, though present i'a. m. and the aged man was I'I a license, police officers said,
W. Gill, Duvat County Prescott was charged with '- They must' renew; 'them registration certificates expire;unconscious in Bradford County -: since it had been previously i

I Jacksonville, to William H. Feaster: resisting and assaulting a police Elected President before the end of the birthday. July. .1.'This. Hospital until he died at i),revoked. Smith Corona and Remington!

, lot on Santa Fe officer and Smith month. ..,., ,means, Kelly said, that approximately 10:30.: '

(1: lake, $6.000.John charged with using profane was Of Loan CompanyBill When they present their 11- his office cannot register any 1, 'According to Hospital Administrator "

I I Kopelousos to,Nell and L. Tuck-Benjamin l language and disturbing the C. Wainwright of ense for renewal they' "will: be boats until August 1. I K. :E.!: Edmondsonthe .j'Powers Sees :: TYPEWRITER!

son issued'a one : four in .
ler. Starke, lot in La Floresta peace as a result of a fracas or a two-year persons the car "
subdivision, 2000. when they demanded the release Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright cense depending on whetherthe CARD OF THANKSWe driven by Jason Brewster I* .

J. M. Browning Bay Coun-. l of a friend William Vas- of Bradford: County year of then birth'w s an: 'wish to express our '' Crawford were-:-not seriously 1301:\ 4-Laned !I PORTABLE
Forsyth from the even or odd year. After the injured and received only cuts!
f co city jail has !
ty.:to Shirley Johnson, Lawtey,, been elected president of : thanks('and apreciation for the i \\
City Police Officers Billy first year has passed .under and bruises. All four were ex- :'
$even acres of land 2000. Overt American Savings and I sympathy and kindness shownus
street and William E. Rosser.in ''jfhe t new law all licenses will I amined Thursday morning at;
I r Walter Q. Long to Horace Loan Institute in Atlanta during'the illness and death Thru District .
,
jbe '
,i Gunter : a brief scuffle subdued the ] renewed for two years. the Bradford Hospital.Crawford's .
Bradford lot t
1 County. : two youths with blackjacks Georgia for the coming year., The cost of the, license has of our mother and grandmother three passengers;,,
\
on Old Lake Butler Road $1.- Mrs. Nealie Turner, and :!: SOLD ON
r1 I 000. when they became rowdy while Wainwright 46, attended I been increased 50 cents per were his wife, Barbara, and
demanding Forsyth's release. grade school in Starke and I :ear. which is to be used for for the beautiful flowers. Betty Ann Griffis and her: [Continued from Page One ;41j EASY TERMS
L. K.: Whitehead Waldo to Mr C.
and.Mrs. L. Warren and
Lawtey. He L driver education. Otherwise theper husband whose
was graduated not
Forsyth had been arrestedfor name was
interest in State
Charles E. Road lOa
Zipperer. Starke, family of Sarasota, and Ft.ackson .
disorderly conduct atTuck's from the University of Florida L year cost is the same. known at press time.
residence in Bessent from Lake City to Bunnell
Manor, J S. C. Mr. and Mrs.
Drive-In on the same i in 1937 and from the Atlanta i! An example of how the law ; ,
13200. Joe C. Warren and family of The accident occurred when i through Starke, and said that Bradford County Telegraph
night. He forfeited bond amounting Law School in 1947.' Till work for a person born .
Lot Ensey Arlington Va., to SIneeI Hornsby traveling south on 1
I. l slam rada., and Starke. projects for re-surfacing this
to $37.50 in Mayor's joining Atlanta Fe< I ebruary, 1917: His present 11-
John A. Torode Starke, a lot,
:"J !) 2300. Court. Prescott and Smith had 1 945, he has risen steadily license will not expire until

I followed officers to the jail from loan closing attorney to I November 30, 1961, but he may
Ovid Thomas Starke to
fl, LeO H. Richardson, Starke when they brought Forsyth in. executive vice president and I purchase his new license anytime

l! loti in West Pine subdivision, In other cases in Mayor's secretary and now to presi- during November. Since w
: Court: dent. his birth year 1917 is an odd
$1,500.
II- Bernie Rush Negro disorderly Long active in Institute affairs y ear. he will be issued a two
I( Pansy N.
Crosby, Starke, to)
I conduct fined $42.50 or Wainwright has served[ year license. so he will always ,. ..
Ovid Thomas. Starke, 5.4 .
(I I of land, 1500.' acres( to eight days in jail. as instructor and president of r enew his license in odd year. ,' S S y'-' .- -.-----5-

Alfred Lee Hodge Negro the local chapter and as a An example of how the law -S. '--S .-. ..
I J. T. Prevatt Sr., Brevard I ;,- -- ? : --- -
I allowing unauthorized person: member of the Board of Gov will work for a person born in 5 ? .Er-S '- : S

14 I, County, Home's of Orlando, to drive, forfeited bond of' ernors. He has also held important February. 1917: Hie prerent 11-
)ne., a Florida corporation, c :!
2750. committee assignmentsfrom i cense will not expire! until --
c:
2.099 acres on U. S. 301 south L Maynard Eugene, Price unlawful the U. S. League and is i February 28, 1962 but he may -: :* : i :

speed forfeited,bond of a past president of the Georgia purchase his new license any ./.. .. ;:. c'
2750. Savings and Loan League. ime during next ,February ---5-S--S-,- -S.. ', ,', -' -

I Richard Mosley unlawful Since his birth year 1917, is ,.'----5, ,'--5 zi- ,. :*; --5
BUY, THE speed, forfeited bond or $27.50. Professors Win I and odd year, he will be issUed '-'-': -''-5-- -5- M' ,- '--.- 5- -5.-. :- :c.5 ..--- -

Andy Edward Cox, runningred I aI one-year license and it will S.'S-5 5- -5 : -- -S

light forfeited bond of Fourth Straight I be renewable in an odd .year 5, S _,-;5-.S-c-- : -S -' -

GREATGASOLINE 1250. 1 1963 and all subsequent' licenses --
To Retain Lead ;.
will be two-year li -5- __-c-
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The Professors defeated I censes. S.- 5- -5 -5 -VS-
Farmers -r--- -
Paid Company C 7-5. and Lawtey The peculiar provisions for ti5

SUPER 11-10 last week to keep theirlead rL. I issuing! a one-or "-*wo-yearir

For Cornland in the second half of the cense the fi.rst time are necessary -- -5- :

Slow Pitch League. to set the:license ,expirations

, Diversion Company C pulled the upsetof properly .'spread 'the -5 5._-g--r.- -5 '- --J:: -5:: g.--5_

i the year by defeating Garden work evenly over two, year -S ; -.
'
Bradford County Banners' Restaurant 10-9 last Wednesday periods. After, the. ,first license i? .. -
I have received advance payments night in eight innings. : has been renewed' ,all -5 -
i ,of $6,064.37 for diverting
l, Garden won the first half and I subsequent licenses wilt be for S
735 acres of com from la two'ye'arperiod.ii)
; I was undefeated this year, winning
1 '
'
rl rlJI production, according to Mrs. : eleven straight ball i Original licenses of course. -a.

I JI SKEL'L Mildred Sapp County ASC office In the other gamest will follow the same pattern of 4

manager. week Lawtey defeated the winless i issu nce.. <';" : 5e .: fIa; .. 'S. ,, '- p
.,.. ',. .
! This fall farmers under the .:<>-.:.'x>':" : S. _.
Panthers 14-10 and Comp Restricted or operator license *::;'.:: -if-l. . -5
r ?* '
:: : ,
I program will receive additional L any C took over second place 1 year or less, $1.50 plus .1;,'".:v:$:':_,_.X<<{:":":.:;,,;:':.,:",'m:::'::<',,<"'":<"',5'",,.''5x:.,.:,,.,"."'.'''' %, ;-.; r :'

J feed grain certificates worth L by trouncing the Independents. 2 5 cents sub-offi q fC v &' t" ; 'S 5-S v,_ .5 ; .-' .
fuW.k
r : $7.000. which may be exchanged 11-5. Restricted operator, license .)",..::../:i4i" :; .><::<<'*), '"......,....tt.,... :;..v"...,...'..:" ;S 4Ir '
I for cash or grain. Mrs. ..,.), *. : .1.>:(1$;:.{.)''V:"*.,...:*ill",:::>>:':':,<)<.:,:: ":;:::: :: ::::.:' .. .
25 centssuboffice "'"'' ''''' '' .
two $3.00 plus ; :; : ?:: &v4S&' '
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year :; : '
a Thursday's games were rained f'= f :: < ':'; : : "' ,:
: Jm: <:: : ;::: :: : :: ?:: ::::.. .. '" :
|Sapp said. out and will be rescheduled fee.Chauffeur J..foo ;::1f.-1i i.fre'W:: : / : l :: : %:'*::.*::::!&: ::; ::'" ,: <:
"S i In addition to these incentive 't1t4 ..ii1il': '*hhWH' WHilft : "' "',.., 't' 4
later in the season. license. 1 year or : ':: k:::;: ,,, \ ..: -' --5
.!i payments, the farmer will i STANDINGS: W L GB less $2.50 plus 25 cents .sub- k; l (H:4di *" 44nwt: : 1 lM>' "::$: '.: :; ': ,

i I{I also be assured of $1.27 per' Professors 4 0 office fee.Chauffeur. .f 1 1\11, .\.. ..Wt'li. ..,. f.i: I.li11'fI... .. ..i. \ i3 1t.1. .ill I i M ii;; :i:1:::::: i". -' : ::.. :5
, .: I 1 bushel price support for thorn Company 311 license. two years r f't: ) *":f*,.M.....\",,...",W{;"''''' \5,5'$..'; <<'" ''. '''''''V'') .... .,..?;."..... ..,::..: ">...4v.v: : : +.; <:",.;... W:: <{: <'*,'!&:: -- S S 1

r : AT YOURFavorite c he does raise in 1961. :Baseballers 2 1 11h $5 plus 25 cents.sub-office fee. > '- ,5.e
t ,T : Z' :: .: :: V ka
1 The feed grain program was Garden Restaurant 112. There is a provision for drivers : \ '5 > : ;
initiated by Congress this who wish to drive In .' \ :: ':: "i < > ,
I Lawtey 1 2 2}% may 5. \ < \ > :; : ;:;. '
.
Dealei spring to reduce the giant I Independent 122% other states after his present -" J :' / ,. S S
Kt- : -5
s 1s5 i[
! .i stockpiles of stored grains. Natural Gas 023% September 30 1961 expirationdate ; ./ '.:::cs4 ._sj T-
Other goals of the program; Panthers 0 3 3% has passed and before the I

Include boosting farm income birthday month for his new L :

i i MANN'S and reducing the annual grain license has arrived. This lain iiliiBPTOiil v:2/&s *7vC .,A ? ...,.
, storage cost by $600 million ''II Spring Tournament the form of a validation stamp S Shell experts test for knock by accelerating up steep grade. In another test,that"fifth wheel"in the back is lowered onto the road to measure mileage precisely.

i, Shell Service annually In High Gear which costs 25 cents [plus a

Closing date for slg'dng up 25 cents sub-office fee). This
j 7. 1 252 'V. Madison for the feed grain program I At Country Club takes care of any inspection of ;

'. \ Starke, Fla. Florida was May 21. MI I!'i license 'by officers nut of :
Five matches
scheduled
4I The final statewide tall] I I.I for next week in are the Handicapt Florida who would not. know : TOP

I I showed that 4,610 farmers agreed Spring Tournament at the that the license is automatically !- PERFORMANCE:
I
:' SMITH'S I I to take 120.828 acresou_ I r Starke Golf and Country Club) extended until the birth :
1 of production. Total pa)1I1ents'Unelucllng : day month. Since,',all, :licenses .
I I Pro Ted Fox announced Wed- \
) Shell Service I advance paymentsand
,.. nesday. carry the birthday month the
t payments this fall are i works
; :. Lawtey Fla.BUCK'S Two matches are set in the system vetr'slmply. :
. estimated at 2212299.20 for Shell
, Champion flight with Clyd test reveals five
I, 1961. : Terwillegar taking on Bill I Pest Control Beats crew ways to test your car

i GROCERYN. Rooney-Van Doren Epps or Doc ,Carradine, and Community,Bank"" 1 -
I Charley Sawyer versus Bob

), 301 StarkeREDDISH Star At Park ,,::I McRae.scheduled Two in matches the first are fllgh also .On. 'Single- i for top performance-and how the 9 ingredients in

C 'I a "The Private...Lives of Adamand 'I with Col. Joe Johnson and Paul McLeod singled, in the .

I Eve," with an allstarcast .I Howard Myers playing one set only run last Tuesday afternoon : '

STORE of Mamie ,Van i'and L Bish Bishop and Col in the third Inning asFlorida 4iL Shell : ;

I H ilbronn Springs, Fla. I I Mickey Rooney, ,Tuesday Weld.Paul ii James A. Griffin ,another. Pest State Control Bank,defeated 1.0' in i : today's Super can help you get i iTo itj 'X'! a

Anka and Fay Spain willplay ; A champion match: is set in Community ; .

,:. S I!! Sunday, Monday and the second flight between Bob);a closely"played fame Community .. .. .

. : HARLEY'S Tuesday at the Park Shannon and Bill Grah j! State managed/Only one, John Baler and ,.
r 1.!; John to give quick, starts. 1. Did accelerate called Platformate
Theatre.t hit while pest Control banged: you easy your car gredient, ,con- keeping a record! of the
"Adam and The winner exact
Eve. and runner-up in ; (below) of Shell
; out three. .... .1 smoothly-with no faltering, no teins, components that release 11per amount ',
.
:: GARAGE Zugsmith. production for Uni each will receive a trophy Research, top performance is a Test#2.. Smooth running bogging down? than you buy. ,
1 In'Friday's Pest Con cent more even
energy
I game
q. Highway 16 East versal-International will bring Junior Tourney trol scored four runs in the scientific standard. They measure Pay close attention. to your en- 2.Do you have plenty of power the finest of 100-octane aviation the 3.brim Finally, fifl your' tank to
laughter at its sly fun. grippedby Bish Bishop qualified hi the it with precision instruments. again. Add all the
up
: last to defeat Starke gine in traffic. to'spare? gasolines.
1 Starke, Fla.RIVERS'. the suspenseful drama off first 20 entrl S'with' a score )inning But gallons you've bought
good driver S (not
i(f its more serious moments enhanced of 80 in the National PeeWeeTourney Builders Supply ''l.o,,but .ran version any of their basic can run a Does vibrate roughly when If you feel you've "run out of' counting; the Initial
S I out of luck last Monday:when tests. Here you stop for a traffic light? Doesit engine," it's time to do some- Test #4.Knock fill-up In.
by the power of the for boys under 15 'are. five they recommend. step J.) Divide this amount into
; : moral lesson that underliesthe played in Orlando 'this week.' the league,leading Johns" Oil seem to surge"as you pull thing about it. Accelerate up a long steep hill your total mile driven. This

w.. story theme. Two other Starke boys entered Company beat them 9-3. -:.:: ;" away then falter and fade? Super Shell may be your an- and listen carefully. If you heara gives milef]
Shell Station ;|Johns 'Oil Company The problem be the swer. It contains TCP,* to help_ sound like marbles you your per gallon.
Mickey Rooney tops even the tourney; Mike Willis had"a I may falling intoan Try,this tesrwith three tank-
|his early success as "Puck" in score of 90 while Richard STANDINGS' : W L GB! I :t 5'L wrong blend of gasoline.In restore power lost to combustion empty oil drum, you've got fuls of SuperShell. You'll
Graham Fla. Johns Ofl 30 see
r t"Midsummer: Night's Dream"i Hobbs had a score of 99. > ; summer, for example, excessive chamber des.And knock. It could cause engine what top periamaiKe
is.
L : .;. .0 I'i with, his marvelously pixie' If f,Starke Florida Builders Pest .22m 122 heat can make winter another Super Shell in- trouble.. really

portrayal of Satan. Mamie grade gasoline bubble in the fuel Tale no chances. Switch to

STALLING'S. '. i.Van [Doren as "Eve", takes Guard To Camp Community Schedule State 0 2 2% line. Bubbles can interfere with Super Shell's Super Shell.Its formula includesno A Rutteti from SheU Research-

".I full advantage of this opportunity the flow,causing rough running. 9 Ingredients for less than three ingredients to vherel$97scientistarewoTkutgto
'
Truck June make
I. State
Stop Community letter
car hetter.t
.
June 25-July your go
as she adds a brilliantly fight the various of knock.
Bank vs. Florida Pest, ControL' Shell scientists don't let that top performance causes ,
*1 Waldo Fla. i poignant) characterization to with '
happen Shell.Vhen
Super
June
16 Starke Builders
.. tier eye-appealing figure. Test#1. Super Shell now contains ; Test #5.Miles gallon
Quick
National Guardsmen will attend starting hot weather threatens per
ad-
I .. \ Supply vs.,Johns,Oil .Company they 2 octane boosters, I mile-
'summer field training at<; June 19-Florida Pest Con- Count the seconds k rales to start just Super Shell's 9-ingredient ; booster,. 1 ouidi-stat Don't trust your fuel gauge when

: ::::, PRESCOTT'S YWA To Hold Fort Stewart, Ga. from June' trol vs. Starke Builders Supply. :your'car..The engine should formula fo give it the correct component age 1 fast warm- You measure miles per gallon.

*. 25 through July 9. June 20-:Johns ,OU': Company ; snap to" m'about two to three volatility for smooth summer ingredient 1 anti-knock Take these three simple steps
Service Station Supper MeetingThe Prior service and student.fvoho seconds. vp and be
I men vs. Community State Bank; ,' A slow start drains your driving. mix,"I 1 sure.
gum preventive
: will be seniors next: battery.. And it flood e I. Start-
; may' test by
your anti-stall and your filling
Middleburg Fla. ingredient,
: Madison Street Baptist year may enlist by visiting the Recent Birth. :> ., .cylinders, causing performance Test#3. Reserve power new,improved TCRThesenine your tank. Male sure the gasoline -
Y W. A. will meet at the armory Monday night; Cap troubles. ,
On in light traffic
the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shank, \ a turnpike ingredients all work comes up to brim.Writs
Parsonage Monday afternoon Drew Reddish said. Gainesville, .:: :If,your engine is balky, try accelerate suddenly ham about down mileage
i JOHN A. TORODE a daughter, June together to give car your reading.
at ,4 o'clock and then go to the Four men enlisted during i Shell. It's your
: I Mt.. and Mrs. MUton.Moeh r. Super blended with thirty miles an hour to the legal performance. 2. Drive in normal
home! Mrs. L. A. Canova at the,past week Sgt. Charles C. your man
iit',:.. : Distributor : : 10, in Doctor'sHoitaL_ frisky!] Bat me- limit. Now ask yourself: ner for at least three tankfuls
''l.." ", Kingsley Lake ,for a covered Davis, and recruits Roger D, mm ';-:; .
-. ... dish supper meeting and swim I Dixon, William R. Moody, and .Hampton a SOD; Juntr)..... in *r'.l/Of'.SMU'.Lpa >!M.*Utffee.Cato&u ceMta M*TCPittvftnd.,tI.s.fat**218921J

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J. J. :KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, .MELROSE, (iRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA


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r ",. STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE. 13. 1961GHL _
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Lt Col. O'Connor 'ville' but Is recovering from .,'- ;a JYYYVVYVVYVVVVYVVV i I fro Mrs. G. B. Harshbargar. birthdays of Mrs.. Ruth Reed:I Ii I Mrs. Belisario In Brad

KEYSTONE Begins Two Week' the effects now."Bubba" t: : I and sister Mr. and Mrs. John I and,i Weldon Brantley also the;i County Hospital last Fr|
Moody sonof; Mi, MELROSE Tipton and daughter
,l : Virginia I Brantley's second youngest were Mrs. B- J. Alder
Summer Duty TourLt. and Mrs. Chester Moody, left have left for two i I
: a weeks visit son, John.
h rifer ] ,!,Ethel Brockman, Marg
bJ' ... By Mary JL for II '
Sunday faker Fla. with
,1! wherehe .', By'Mrs. Alice Rothhammer relatives in Missouri.Mrs. j Wednesday night prayer services -'|;Stuart and Mrs. Well
& & & & & & & & & & & & & & &i& & && .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJFour Col. C. J., (Pete] O'Con- will work at the Wheeler .-. Morris Kalof and children
'----------------------- -' were conducted
------p--------------- &&& &&&A.& &&&&&&&&&& by B. J. Brantley.Mr. .
,i. .: : total Graduates ond Graduating Class of that, nor Keystone Heights realtor .. Ranch, breeding and. training of Hialeah are, visiting j Alderman in the absence of and Mrs. H. B. Sikes]
1J I Finish school- and a U. S. Air Force Reserve 1- quarter horSeS: Next week Mrs. John Olson of Haines Mr and Mrs. A. C. Spires $r. -the pastorMr. and family of Columbus

I- At'SJRJC 'Clubs :Sponsor Dance officer began a two-weet.tour .... ,'.c.,............ |Bubba will go from' Baker 'to 'City is spending two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore I and Mrs. Ted Gornto are visiting Mr. Sikes p
Miss,, Mary Maxine.Jones'of of duty on June,11 at MaxwellAir ; ; !!," 'Tallahassee to *attend Boys 'with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. and family- have moved to and family of Gainesville I I ents. While in Grandin t'
were
Keystone Heights and Charles .The Keystone Heights Lions:! Force Base In Alabama.He t3l. State. He was one of the three John Webb. Mrs. Olson is the Tampa. '
visiting in E are staying in their takes;
%. James Oaboardi, Johnny L.MikeU Club and the Keystone is one of 450 reserve officers / boys from BHS elected to BOY'sstate former Kate W bb. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Eaves I afternoon.Rev. Grandin' Sunday!,cottage.
and Jerome B. Rid- Heights .Junior Woman's'Club I 1l.. ,
who were voluntarily recalled ,. this year. Miss Patty Land has return and children have moved to 'I'
; aught'of-Melrose will sponsor dance on Satur- -c: Stedham of Palatka was E. L. Hutsor., W, C Bu
were mem to Air Force service to .: ; Carolyn: Jean Moody ,and 'ed';to*her home in Branford Keystone Heights.
bers of the J96k> Graduating day evening July 8, at the attend the ,Air University's ..,.,, ;..c...' Roberta Sibley are spendingtwo after a week's' stay with her Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc-i in charge of both services at
Class at St. Johns: River Junior Keystone Beach Pavilion from I Command and Staff College) 7'"C .__ weeks hi Biloxi, Miss. asguests uncle and aunt Mr.. and Mrs. Glue of Branford visited Mr.!Paran Church last Sunday due!!'or: Palatka spent Wednest

I College' Tuesday evening: June '9 to 1 a. m. Donation will be Reserve Officer Orientation .'.. .'......... of Roberta's aunt and. Bunyon. Kelly. and Mrs. Bunyon Kelly. !to the illness of the pastor. j t:through. Friday at Hoisesh
, '6, in Palatka. $2.50 per couple. Music will be Miss bringing,home some beautl!
r. It. was the sec Course.A '. racle.Mr.. Mr. and Mrs. D. B: Campbell Sen. and ,Mrs. Emory Cross Vickey Gornto, pianist
li : series of lecture-briefings, j and Mrs.'C. W. Sullivan\,spent ,last week in Gainesville nave 'moved, to Gainesville was featured in a musical recital ,speckled trout.Raymond .

;'t McKAY' AT KEYSTONE !planned to bring reservists up :. and family of Birmingham,.!with, their daughter. ,.Mrs., Ima Miss Peggy Rothhammer. in Keystone Heights i Gornto of Dayto
I to date with the latest de- 4. Ala. Tuesday evening. Beach visited his father
: 4 C are spending a week with ,Self. spent the week with her uncle

F {the do It yourself manIS' it. on Twin: Lake neat I!velopments'' In USAF'm1sslle., .... "M" the Chester Moody's,on Brook- A. C., Spires Jr. of Hialeah and aunt,*Mr. and Mr*. Larry Grandin friends who visited D.: Gornto, Wednesday of la|

a good. home on a large I. Keystone one room cottage aircraft and astronautics programs lyn' Bay' Circle. The 'Sullivan visiting his parents Mr._and Thompson at St. Augustine. week.

I lot, a beautiful view. of. Crystal and a screened stout highlights the course. SprowPrincipalship Assuntes and the :Moodys are old friends Mrs. A. C.: Spires' Sr, Mr..and Mrs. Isaac Heacock.
t' 'uUdtn g' with barbecue-can I Lt. Cot O'Connor* active from Camp Blading days. Mr. and Mrs.; Lamuir Thur- [Continued On Next
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and atidei strip be' used for sluing: Pret i I m civic affairs at .Keystone At Guests of Mr. and Mrs.' ,EdConneen man of Marietta, Ga. spent .

l leading. to_ ,a sandy beach .t tyshallow sandy beach. Can !being Scoutmaster of Boy are' Butch; Jimmy 'the 'weekend 'with Mr. and Ty 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGRANDIN w'RI

r for'yourenjoyment.: .- Needs be -divided'one building on t!Scout Troop 105, and secre-- School!.and Patty Maguire of 'Baltimore MIa: R. G. Daniels Sr.
Keystone
q some .fixing. $1500 down.\ each half $%500 down. Total i tary of the Chamber.Commerce -, Md., who will be in Keystone Hubert J. Godley of Newark.

t Total price*3850. l rice ;00. I among other activities.! with their aunt and uncle N. J. recently visited Mr. and
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_, :.r' Harland A. Sprow who has for six weeks while their Mrs. G. A. Godley.

S. ,'MCKAY REALTOR ''I i 1 been named principal the parents and two older sisters Mrs: David Hinnant,of Mid; By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ

;'furnished J>y the "Car-Tunes. Keystone Heights Elementaryand Betsy and Terry go on a tour 'cU burg spent the day with

,. '.Keystone. Heights.-::3011. &, 4152 I'Dress will be optional. -and High School assumed his of Europe. Keystoners will remember her parents Mr/. and Mrs:! !

|t comfortable. dut+as at the school this week Betsy and Terry who Howard Morris. Gloria Morris,' Mrs. Charleyene Brantley SE ,

I{Duplicate Results rAt :n preparation for the fall :also visited in Keystone, last went back with her to attend gave a family dinner last Sun- ,

4 ,' last week's play of the term.A summer and the summer previous the revival at the Baptist dar evening honoring the

I K. 0 IV: Keystone Woman's Club, win- resident of, Brooklyn Bay Church there. .
1 1 '. \.; tJ ners were as follows: ByoHck Circle, 'Mr. Sprow has, residedin I :Mrs.' Charlie. McOlavc and Mr. and Mrs. O. J.'Smith of

.< and Mansfield tied with the Keystone area for a I daughter, Patty have returned Raleigh N. C. visited Mr. and Facial Hair 1

JI Gone Forever
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V place. Givens and, Bryan were io the Keystone school from I.Philadelphia. Pa. and Wilmington Mrs: Florence Jackson of

I. second high: Higgins and Da- Bradford' High in Starke, Del., where they Gainesville spent Saturday Medically Approved Methods

vie were third.. where he was assistant prin- stayed with-friends.and rela. with'Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cas- ,

4! Webelos Hold Final cipal. With a background of tives. .>, on. The beet way to

MeetingOf'Season \ 20 years; experience teach- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rushtonwere Mrs R. L. Smith, her mothon eliminate this ex-

TENNESSEE The Webelos Den of he.Cub ing and 'school administration in"."Atlanta, June 9-10, 1 cess hair problem
Scouts .held their'' final meet- m Ohio California, and.Florl- attending commencement: exercises $ k r 4. Is to come in .

The State Capitol building1'was completed in 1859 ing for this season on Friday. aa. he holds a Bachelor of at Georgia Tech. where Jasmine Ave., acrosst' e request professional
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June 9, at the' educational Science: degree for Heidelberg their son ,Eulie received, his street from Mrs. .Sara McDon- advice. A

and, is considered to be a fine example of Greek building of'the Community College in Tiffin Ohio; a Bachelor .of; Mechanical ,En- ald' it M7A'!: case analysis can

Ionic architecture.' It commands a view of the city !Church. Completing Tender- ,Master of Arts from Ohio gineering :Degree. Eulie was Mr. and Mrs: Benedict Fin- t'i y9yry determine how

and. countryside' from ,its vantage point on Cedar foot requirements, graduating State, and has done other also commissioned as second zer and children Christopherand t :tx;+tY to coPewtkyour I.
-' into the Boy"Scout Troop graduate work at Kent State lieutenant.In. the U .S. Army 'Marianne have gone to hair condition. PHONE r

Knob. On the.',grounds are the tombs ,of President 105 were Johnny Muir ,and University, and Oberlin Col- Reserve,J Corps of Engineers. Kentucky, having' been called .. > _, There is no

James. K. Poll, .;" .sit{ his wife. The War Memorial Barry Wyman Jr. lege,, both'in Ohio. He is. 'a Miss.MarilynRushton of there by the death of Mr.'Fin- E. Dwyer char** folsaltation. < coa- WO 43101Office

Building co"ering.two.cJty blocks ,is'just across the Daurers HonoredAt veteranofWorld. War:,H. with Atlanta and her brother Eulia serY father! who had been ill .

v : Neighborhood Picnic seryicein; the European Thea A. .Rushton.' Jr; left Sundayfor !for-some time.

'street_ from the Capitol. houses an auditoriumand Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer tre. a- brief vacation, in Jamaica. I ,Mr."end Mrs.:'George Schaeffer EDMUND DWYER and School

offices and museums. of history, natural sci- were honor guests at a' neighborhood He and his'w1.fe., Bettie; have They planned:a one-day stopover ;David Schaeffer;'and> :Miss Electrologist. Supplies

ences, ethnology' and ornithology. Across the:city surprise-picnic on one- daughter,.Sara.Jo.,who is, In New Orleans.After this Anna McCullough enjoyed a .(17' Years Experience)

is i 'a replica of ancient Athens' Sunday,, June 11,,at'the home currently attending St. Johns- ,. trip.;,Eulle will return'to Key- visit with Mr .and Mrs. Lester ,107 .W. Univ. Ave., Gainesville

Parthenon. of Mr and Mrs.' E. F. Wideren'arid' -. .River College'in'Palatka.As stone Heights'for a few weeks' Humphries of Starke on sunday -CAll'-'FB.. *28039 far appointment-.! I BRADFORD County TELffiAPHBUSINESS
> -; the* -principal? vfewsU before':reporting. to Fort Bel- evening. .'" i I
v K famil&'Ttie7. Daurers, new- > .. ..
THE YTONE'STITEB K" who are moving'from Keystoneto ,. prospects for the _1961-62 coir. Va. for active,duty with Meetings Discontinued' ,I

their'new home on. Melrose school "' year at Keystone; the' Army. The Prayer Group and BibleStudy'meettnis -

Bay. were presented.'with a 'Heights are very bright. With Mr.: and ,Mrs. John S. Van- that'hivebeen

MEMBER F.D.LC.A [.lovely "Lazy Susan"., as a farewell -' the addition of an.llth grade derhoek and three children'of held each Wednesday evening .

Friendly Bank in' 'A Friendly Community '1 I giftPicnic two new departments will be Arlington' are; spending this in .the Community Church KEYSTONEHEIGHTS .. MELROSE
administration week on Lake Brooklyn enjoying -
added business -
have been' discontinued
'Keystone Heights, Fla. I guests included: Mr. parsonage
II and Mrs. Charles :Wallenlus 'and ,hOOle' economics. At the'beauties of, this .area. until the first Wednes-
I I this time.new teachers certified ,ike so'manyvJacksonvilleite& day in September;
and their daughter Mrs.;Robert DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
in the fields of mathematics Lt'and'!.Irs. Rand Edelstein St. Anne's Church 'Notes'
I Lambert, and Mrs. Lam-
{ science foreign languages and small' !son.Rand Jr., >arrived Junior Choir
St. Anne's
commercial subjects,, Saturday morning from
last of I
made its appearance -
English and coaching have their station at Fort Bragg. N.

i ', ,er.
>, .. ,'n x ing year." The new teachers visiting with their respective the summer: months the,juniors STORE's
iridWxw + .4 with the Senior
together with those who 'are parents Mr. and .Mrs. Sam may sing' Wheeler Service Co. 8
Choir if' they' wish but must
returning, will give the schoola Gardner and Mr. and :Mrs. enaJ $ PACKAGE STORE
attend the Senior Choir prac- Service TV Washers, J
versatile and well-qualified Bert Christoffers Jr., and We : OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY
tice on Wednesday at 7:30: p. Elec. Etc.
faculty, Mr. Sprow says. leave for home Sunday morn. AppL, Repairs CLOSED SUNDAYS
? w' .:,J: $kR7r:, : '" m' ORanite 5-2401 Melrose
? :: +>(rik:: .y QwAq;' student ing. i' 50gJ'ct Keystone Melrose Highway
witha
Any parent or
I t4?; : St. Anne's monthly 'covered| (Save this ad Worth $1'O'D' !
find Mr.
? problem may Sprow
., a' '4 te :nc ;dc M'y Andrewarrived, dish supper will be held Wednesday next service call)
$ in his office at the school from na & Pottery .
Greeting
i REAL ESTATE
Sam Hou.iton.Tens. Col.! An- June 21, at 6:30 p. m. LIMIT-1 aa to customer
8 a. m. until 4 p. m., Monday Cards Gifts for all, occa- -
drewsen 'has just returned If the weather is good( the Between Keystone &; Melrose,
through Friday and at other I sions' Free Gift
Wraping.
times by appointment. He* will! from the Army after 20 years supper will be held outdoors.Rev. We Service Both Areas. C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
Keystone Heights
I of service, 'and.is planning to Lee Heaton of St. Mark'sEpiscopal
1\ ( welcome 'rget acquainted" visits I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
; ; from' parents or students attend the University of Flori- Church in Palatka!F Servicing ,Since 1947 HARDWARE REAL ESTATE
: \ during these hours. da to complete his college ed- will speak: on "Christian Education MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

\ ucation. His" wife, the former IS A Family Affair'INSURANCE BrooklynSupply ,Keystone Heights, Phone 4291

Margaret Bird. daughter of APPLIANCES-T VRedfearn's
I House
bert's children Helen Char- Mr. and Mrs. John Bird of

k4\ \c tt iene. Robert, and Chuckle Keystone' Heights and their Auto-Fire-CasualtyBonds I VAR-TUNG PAINTS Winifred H.

\ Lambert Miss Elaine Wishart.; two children Lance and and Allied ,Lines : Outside House Paint CRAWFORDReg.

another house guest of the Kathyn have been living in Mildew Resistant
9pn .i 'IS: '.ta.r S.4; v Wallenlus'; Mr. and Mrs.'Jack their Jasmine Ave. home f Reynolds Insurance Appliances SPECIAL $..95 GALLON Real Estate Broker

.Haberstroh and daughter, almost a year awaiting ore I Agency 'HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Keystone Heights Phone 21 UOdorn's Lake ,Properties Acreage -

Marcia; Miss Ola Hinson; Mr. return of Cot Andrewsen.Mr. W. L. Reynolds Maytag Washers and Dryers Ranches Business City
Rentals
1 and Mrs. M. J.Haines Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .Pre- Ph. 2442 2701 Zenith T V Hardware Homes -
) "We Take A Personal Interest
and Mrs.. M. J. Haines Jr.; vost and daughter Sheri havemoved !, keystone Height, Fla. & Supply
(SERVICE'ON ALL JUKES In' Your Requirements"Midway
Mr. and Mrs. AE.. Bacbmann: into their'new home I
: : l&cbs > Keystone Heights, Phone. 4252: HARDWARE PAINT : Keystone Heights
K
fIi ; ) Mr. and Mrs. J. D.. Henderson;I I _.:.. Cement Blocks Red Mix Melrose

\ r, ty\ir_ and daughter Carolyn; Mr.. ;, Cement Hiway 21-Open Sundays
? ; ? rn' l: in\W' )F\ ;\v ; ? 17 and,Mrs J. O. Hanson; Jerry: Attention livestock Producers! I BOATS
iz rr x..s.3 ; Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils,I GR 5-2931
90. k '. .. \ ;.,,.a., : a \::rx ., \ti\ar:. r.ta Widegren; Susan Widegren;|I :1 Meter Service
-
Jim Holcin and his sister. :: : .
: If you have hogs or ...t, The BOAT Barn Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 I
y4 Mrs. Rose McGibbon; Mr.- and .
'
a\raJea ,\, .,4iwaiva Sa :fiawua ;a a k\awJxwM.ZhmYt7cakm, cattle to sell new or in, r RESTAURANTLawrence's
t Mrs. Robert Hendry and chil-; II LUMBER
i the future please contact MZLEOSE GR 5-2701

it's such a treat to beat the heat! siren Personals, Bobble. and'Heidi. '{'I;, I Copeland one of the Sausage buyersat San Lebrydo Orders Sandwiches DinetteShort

'
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DeWitt: ., Company and give them NRUDE Lumber Co. Bottled and Draught Beers
condition electrically NOW! and two children'are new residents .
Sunday Too Closed Mondays
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of Keystone Heights an opportunity to buy SALES & We Specialize in Custom
\,. livestock. Cut Extra Lengths Kitchen Open 11 A. M-9 P. M.
having purchased the house on your SERVICE Keystone Heights, Fla.
Materials
Plan now for real summer comfort for your family. Enjoy Satsuma Street built last win. 'OFFERs
YOU 1 Cement Mortar Mix-
COPELAND -
ter by Paul Tyre and recently,
crisp cool mountain-fresh weather inside your home-no
RESTAURANT DRIVE.INWhite
ATTIC and WINDOW : .... Sheet Rock
owned by Frank Walrath. The 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! f
matter how hot and muggy and sticky the air maybe 3IiH on Hrvr. 21 at MMdleborr,
VENTILATING FANS ,
from New -;
DeWitts Smyina.
In addition to providing cool: comfort Electric Air come } I Phone 4285 Top Drivein"A
ARE WONDERFUl AIM and Mr. DeWitt works
Conditioning filters out irritating dost and pollen controls TO COOL COUFOIT with Independent. Ins. Co I 1. Cash, market every day.. ;. !,FLORIST

humidity,loc s out street noises,makes housekeeping ever! Thty Nmovt hot.stilt.Er They will be members of the. I;, 2. No nuJ ilaion. II I MILLWPRK Good Place To Eat"fiches

and helps prevent mildew caused by'excess moisture -draw>in cleft freeh! titFor First Baptist Church. to't ;. Edna Williams Keystone
3. consideration
Special given I Cold Beer-onion Rings
complete mmforlInmmP.P and winter-invtttigaUyearfound Mrs. Alma Frost left Tuesday FLORISTNURSERYFLOWER8
Millwork Shop Take Out Orders
Electric Air Conditioning. to spend several months In type hogs
<* Curb
Service After 6 P. M.
Boston Mass. 1 I F.r All Occasion CABINETS DOORS
Why delay when happier, healthier.tiring .for your entire Mr. and Mrs.'.Lon Downing,; 4. Can: furnish hauling for: sufficient !Melroze: Phone:' OR 5-2331 WINDOW FRAMES Open 11 A. M. To .Midnite

family costs'ao little? Sunshine Service Electricity is now a of Keanesburg N. J. have been. quantities. ', -- SCREENS Rt. 21 Between Keystone &

bigger bargain,'than ever. Buy Electric Air Conditioning on us. Krm spending some time 'at the 1 ., ,,', j GAS-BOTTLED Trim Materials Melrose

the "Whole House" or the "Add.a-Room-a-Year" plan. See 4 fry av v White Feather Motel after, CALL COLLECT HO 2- 011 Sash Made To Order .,L

your electric appliance dealer today. touring the East and West I I' Keystone IieigtMPHOTOGRAPHY WELL DRILLING
"r ; -'Keystone: Gas Co.. ,
t 't. Coasts of South Florida. They I CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON ,
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expect to return to Keystone :.PRESTON POI E: I WELL DRILLING
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Heights later on with their 24 HOUR SaUCE o PUMPS
SAVE STUDIO EXPENSE

f -j )pJli.m Ii Mobile Larsen Trailer Home,, Colony.and join the 1 oemndAUACT '->\ r'FHOXEi&l. Have PicturesTAKEN MATHEWS* SERVICE

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bent work-avoiding, dishonest thing to right this wrong. I I ......,."."."...- ..., ,.,-,, ... '
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immediately. No other vege-hng.: Chill >ver chipped ice. style corn may be dropped into

/"% unloyal, morally loose, Someday not too far ( '- f )lelpses its flavor as rapidly -'I Pack and. ,reeze immediately. Ii ]1I boiling, salted .water while

prestige. seeking, and, ;a A list of yourjtime.jitrlll! come likemine' ; ; tHome Demonstration; as corn .after it ha been;i 1 '. Whole-Grain" Corn:] still frozen, and cooked until
other things.'It made m;.had;' to face' the unknown and' : '
: ." :.t picked':,from: the stalk. If you Husk, silk, trim, and wash!' tender. Practially thaw corn-
i stand on end to hear of'th death. Death Is on the highways -| "tidies < .
f. ., must keep it, a while before'Scald in boiling water for .5 on-the cob before cooking so

teenage talk.White my grandson and around 'every end.: t..J :r + !byDOROTHY cooking, be, sure to keep in minutes. Chill, cut from the that the cob will be heated
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did not conderann. his What, ,are. we gpingjo say
: 4 f'I' '- ROSS the refrigerator. When preparing -cob Pack into moisture, vapor, through by the time the corns
parents or Grandpa and me when we meet our Father and
8 ra ur ess aPOHCA. i. .i., .Home Demonstration the corn, a small vege-;proof containers and chill im cooked. Holding corn after
r with, these faults, this ,was the God? I.': am 'here,. fate to face .. .. Agent table" brush 'simplifies the re-: I
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cooking
NEBR= j causes
mediately. thawing or
term, in general. While they BO much, with death. Bin_and Broak4r'4-I1 Girls Bobby.Jo: ',Parrish. Hilda Har- moval; of the silk. i
here visitirar. Just evil and the threat of. Communism c. : I The whole grain and cream!i{1 sogginess.
were over ) Freeze Corn Now For
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_,__1__ .____ Thursday.'trite Brooker 4-H rell, .Thelma .Knight*: Alice r
Wherein Decoration Day Discount! the rumblings in the in'\the next county, a 16-year- : spreads uy cr the Knight Good Eating Next Winter I .
Martha
passes and it rains all,cay My old girl shot her 'and earth. ,Let us turn over a new: Siris held their first, meeting ; Elzey, andI .
:wild beast's throat ; : father suminer7 'Mrs"Essie' I I Ellen. Elzey.; With sweet corn coming in I... ....
I garden grows fast and I takea Sajr' itjWill pass away with the mother in the head ,as' they leaf, be good and set an example .Thompson of Rte Electric home |The next meeting will beheld now, you just might want to c.t... -.r..
play {
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mental note of myself time passing night. lay sleeping early in the mom- for our' dear'children.. in two the put some in the home freezer \ .. *
weeks at
Comzntmlty -- '
economist ,shoa edkhe /
pishQ" :
and events. Sit in while We will meet our Maker .with I .
out
your ivory towers .na, Her parentswent'! on ; Centerrin' Brooker. for next winter.: Frozen corn *
Sit in your ivory towers and a;.possible clean slate. to assemble an 'approvedreading '- There real "magicin .
beer _
left
chaosi reigns drinking parties and I on the cob would taste mighty
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stir the strings,, j I And death's red blade sweeps her to baby sit with six smaller CRISPY SALMON SALADlIb' lamp. They will use Those.attend.interested. ,are Invited i good around Christmas-time.: t Quit Life'sAdaptAFlaa z 4l
tVshow their club ..memDers -Up The girls,will- con- .
rtijs.. ,
Harmoniously: harpnotes into can. red salmon 2-3 ; .
children. They came homeIn ; cup I Freezing vegetables+ does not
'- into the through the.hills and plains. families and friends how jlipue to work on the electricity .*
air. \ the wee hours of the.morning -' olives cut in large pieces; 1 I make them better: but it does .
and k--
''\'Breathe Truda McCoy to select a reading jamp.. Theg1rlS'aIso.learned Iproject I will also take up *
on the breezes songs no doubt under the influence cup diced, :ceieriy; 1 cup .shredded the new keep them at the taste-fresh f .. -t *.
how to fill picnic meals projecj *
of eternal After reading the above J .
springs lettuce. Drain salmon and : .
of liquor. The neigh- ; stage if properly selected. >t.
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With I realized I have been out, their project j record books.. time, 1 t. .
peace unfolding beauty poem bors reported the beautiful girl rem ve 'bones and: flake up in ,.J-- : next'N 1 rL., j I .Corn-on the This is .
4 everywhere.Each for some time sitting in my had brulsses where they had a bowl, add olives, ,,celery. andlettuce.Add Mrs,' Johnny.Douglas- !; elec;' Sweet,Corn not the most practical, COD: to I R *

honeyed fruit and drink ivory...tower just letting the beat her 'in 'a drunken frenzy.So this dressing; 2-3 tricity project leader,'and Miss Sweet corn isat its best; freeze corn for It takes way I tk t-t .
the chailiced"wine'Served the world and evil pass me by & Ross 'met with th e : up a "
Dorothy .
while they were sleeping cup mayonnaise, tablespoons } .H when, picked, at the ..peak ofjinaturity. great deal of space.in the..1 \i' 4 *!
as.l! not Sud-
by low'cringing slaves Jt were there lemon juice, a.little'' girls. Those 1 attending.fwert / : .J .
; off tie dnmken .
: ogry, 3t 6 0' pepper : eooked.c'and! served freezer, but! maybe you can putin ; e' Gulf Life, t
a roseate glow denly I realize that the young and bit of onion :Sue Douglas' Ernestine LesterTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1 .
clock in the morning theslipr ..if wished<< a dozen ears 'or so. Husk,, ADAPT.PLAN ADS r.A .
folks of
Surround your thrones are. condemning'most ned .down to ''their bedroom Blend well and add to salmonmixture. TTB Bliss and daughter oi, New- ilk, trim, wash and sort e .

the dominant design the. ways of their- parents. after loading a_shotgun and Just before serving i terry'v1siWd; ;: Mr..and Mrs. s. according to size. Heat in boil can t PLAN <@ f

Shows only purity; no sounds When my grandson was here,,I blew the head off of each par: add some,crushed Jotato.chips. RO'OK; ER B. Smith Sunday afternoon. ing water: Small ears 7 minutes E Fits your

of woe. I he definitely said he did not He' ent. Such a, terrible, tragedy This is good when served real s Mr;, and 'Mrs* Dave -Greenere : larger ears, 9 minutes, set you changingneeds" .
wife who smokes.
want '
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SIT IN YOUR IVORY TOW- a and now the girl .is 01'trial.. cold, on ajiot day.; t s Sunday guests o(Mr. and Cool in ice water and drain, .' .

ERS and take ,no note condemned that adults do so, many things She is -a goad sweet girl: but. ;IIFW HINTB.; Use By, Shirley Green.AMiw.AAw..kAAL Mrs.Vilson. Green andfamilyin Package in moisture va Imo' Pin _

Of discord in the world be- now: They say Is not sorry although'she weepsa dental. floss" for stringing beadsor 1 Jacksonville. proof containers and freeze .
ire- alcoholic I'A .. TODAY
parent? business! IT
money ASK ABOUT
lot. sewing Cn.a, button that Mrs., Eva Harrell spent jut .Immediately.

yond your. -. sights... ; hungry,*,self centered-... ,. pleasure' V So here we Christians sit''in wants, always, to come ;off. I Mr and Mrs.T. W, Markey ,week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cream Style: Husk, silk, '1 ,

our ivory towers letting the: sew up my fowls after stuffing 'pent from Sunday to Tuesdayin Emery in Palatka. trim, and wash .
corn. Cut kernel '
.- Wax your metal outdoor.furn- WsycrosSr Ga., where they Mrs: T. W. Markey,
'"' >\ liquor people put ads on the Mr.. and
tips and To 2 Gulf Life WE
iture to attended the. funeral ,of Mr. scrape. cups __
"i NEEIA RIDEI TV with songs about the virtue protect.from rust Mrs. Earl 'Geilmann.- and Mrs. corn add one-half hoi t .
cup
k M.
I, and Joy,of beer and "Reach Life carl.be. beautiful and Markey's brother Col. J. .Clara Mae Bishop were visiting water., Boil 3 minutes, stirring: Founded 1911 Home Office,Jacksonville, Florida I, ,19

for a cigarette." Somehow Ifeelwe >goodness'prevail and. happiness Markey; Mr. and,Mrs. Frank Tin- constantly to keep from stick.

'I'm with women have let the! be._in'pur hearts,.if, we would Mr.. and.Mrs..L. M- Waters neY, in Gainesville Thursday.
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young' folks down by permitting read ,the Bible,_and go-by Jtsl of Apopka and Mr. ana jars.J : Jayne- Green of Jacksonville

those ads and' it is alldone teachings.( I amat; home .a lot. Q. 'Waters ofLake City is ,spending the summer

Riding'Ou.flit/1 for money. God help us 11dy wants are few and ;;I;, only visited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin her grand rents,Mr. and \ znd ANNIVERSARY SALE I
wtth\\\
all. Then the slaughter on the I want{ to try to.make. my good .Johnson'Tuesday. Dave Green.

rfP- ., .i\ -" Af highways is most often causedby Don happy and to ,take 'care Mr.-- and Mrs. Joe Green :of Mr and Mrs. Charles I

y i one, too many b eers; .and of the dead..My one joy ismy r Palatkai visit d. Mr. and Mrs.I of Gainesville visited Mr. and .

Aa i i other liquor. The weak-minded garden; just now. It; U. All Eyah-Hodges Friday. .Mrs. M/o: ,Harrell Sunday'afternoon. r
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u !and those who have not been planted, my potatoes in' bloom.I Wayne.Stalnaker'is attendIng -. .

A | taught better think they are I: set out: 200 sweet potato the FFA' State Contention I. i I r

:'smart to drink and act up plants. We have had lots of in Daytona Beach this week.' Misses ,Shirley: and Linda '
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r Once a woman out here said nice rain. My good ,Dw: has Ted< Bigham is-visiting Mr. Green visited Mrs. Don Corn-. '6EEORYIETHEY I WISH I WAS RICH IS HIS DADllle'W? HETS SOT SO1

to me, "How" does it happen been ill.for yer days I,enjoy ;: and f Mrs. W.. E. Bigham and wellaid; baby son and Mrs.Itenneth HAVE GOOD LCOKIN' ENOUGH TO BOXEVERYTHING CAL 'Y mANY GOLD 1EETI4,
taking care of him. He is .Green in the Alachua' THINSS TO EAT' AT IN THE RICH ?. HE .MAS TO SLEEP ,
that do not snw ke week.
you >> or amity this WHOLE STORE
r drink? "I know you have been t>better now.,, I thank the Lord Mr.. and':Mts. Alex Williams General Hospital i in Gainesville CityhshSMeat ; UHTH HIS HEAD W

lots of; places and through I ,make a prayer'I of. simple and 'son of 'Jacksonville and:!{+I Sunday: afternoon. RICI4 WKE, A SAFE/

much For a moment I pau- things Mrs: :Dave. 'Green enjoyed a Karen Mizelle. graduated Market S>ZINN'I'S o

sed, then i replied, "It really Done lovingly;: of table spread:I picnic! at'Sand Lake near Key-' from elementarY' school Wed- DAb ? v ,

a does not take anyone intelli- At..evemngVhen the first star: stohe'Heights 'Saturday*' n slay' morning at 9 a. m.. 'J '
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gent to smoke or drink. i think brings: 'r I ,Mr. and'Mrs. J.- A.-Bass of rri ere.',were87 in the graduating !'
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.v t I Ir perhaps one is more intelli-: Its 'prick 'of gold above' my j Gainesville were weekend\ class. (! d;:,, wri n 1

pent hot lo indulge when the i ,head:.. >, guests!: .rot:Mr'-;-and'"Dirs.'r 8. .B.i TAE' RIGHT. 'POINT for':the ,. QIs

whole world is going up in Of: flowers in a'(taU blue vase- Smith. f write. Come In andjidect i ,

.; M :I! smoke( and,..sin' She! said, Candles for. a birthday;.c e.or ..Mrs. Earl Geilmann 'of I way: 'you ydur favorite ESTER-
;fit 'Good: answer." -little,.errand.?:tha.t.:=brace. Ogden.-Utah and'Mrs., .ctaraMse''Slshop"uf i .
I BROOK Pen. TELE-
Fountain
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j+ r t ;i At this hOur t't e(it lime to Some setv\cefor.another sakeI : : ,Mobile, Ala- GRAPH. I TENp R,'' HICK
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speak' my'-- sentiments',and pray make a prayer: of simple were the guests of.LFdr.and: '

for God to Help us ail. Wefeel : things:: Mr- '
..,.... so sorry for the alc hoU They Andftnd.my,; heart has given Ms:":Bishop returned to-'her. :
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are numerous and they are wings. honiein:: Alabama 8aturdayand

.'f ak.. When...was-a-cbild in God bless ,you ''everyone MrS: Geilmann 'left Mon I

school we were taught the'evils Whoopee!t' ,' u .-,. day by plane for her home 'in 1 1j '

of alcohol\ and;,,never' to-taste LOVE,, MOTHER :LURA., utah/ ," .j I I k dYlI B' lOG.NA
; I W1THiHISGA5YOU, $
it, as we !mightTbe a. drunkard Mr. 'and1 Mrs,:cirriEtiw'ardsapd'daughtefs'of : j. ;

rf .and'alcoholic. We sang "Touch : ..... : GAlnesviU 1 10 YOUR OE'UGH't,

'.ijpt,*taste not, handle :hot. It were' :'Friday night 'gdci ti. .of' I .CAIJ HAVH01WATEt Q -

eads the old and young and J\fr. :arid'Mrs.' *,Evatrf.Hodgea.iMrs. : .. ,
brae 'lt leads them to a .- 'J' H.. ,Sullivan [and DAY AND' )liGHT S WEINRS! <- :

"If you would like to be my owner con drunkard grave, it leads them family :visited: rso' MarY'.Wfl*1 #. "? 'ti -: ...... LBSCSWKD'

where no arm can save, Touch '0.T', j-atd ,Mrei-Hasel Hart and ID 4 .
tact Ray Stone at Alvarez Store, A. C. not, Taste Not, Handle Not". OurSotf: l f amuy..in,Bell;last FtWay.' : E %,

That we sang with fervor and ;:.IMrandMrsjJohn; SAUSAGE
Williams at Williams Jewelry t the Sher "
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meaning. It did us good. How son visited'Mr :and :.Urs.-.J. Q. : ,

's office, or. any member of the Sheriff unfair(it is now to our young- Soil l. Conservation Waters:in.-Lake--City: Sunday.. ::;' '

sters to have ads on TV, thatit Mrs., Morriston Jordan' and J'r

iff's Posse. My present owner says Imus'jfgo Is wonderful to drink. Then N-E W-S, children 'of: Jacksonville were ''ROUND'ROAST

; those westerns are Just ,one Friday guests, f-Mr..,,and Mrs. r.. +
on Friday, July 7, 7:30 p. m. at big shoot-up and drinking in L By Bffl Baas 'F.-W.-Markey- I -k-
39cS TEA E K 69c'ALL
the courthouse! saloons. Yes, we are guilty as to. keeping up with thc1nprograms e ;Miss Juanita Stalnak'er othe :
I the teenagers say. Let us I ')In, farm:: Tallahassee was home for I

.- .. -Christians, pray and' do some-. frig'. Clyde. 'bone's farm plar 1 weekend with lier parents,, With A RX System ,TheCost's .
[ and.Mrs..W, C. Stalnaker. MEAT FRESH GROUND
I was,, revised. die is using a Mr- So Low The Gas ,

!!perennial sod-crop: .rotation on I (Mr..and. *HarryEdward!, Is. Be tVe All Know! '

r STRRHE BUSINESS DIRECTORY! 1 I i turns some.- ;of underparts:his crppta:of'4 his]Clyde pasture -, of Miss Jacksonville. Ed wards Annette' vis1ted..Sunday Green Mrs.Lottie. d. 4-CYLINDER' S T E'W}; -S9CIB E E F -li 49C

1 I and plants l it'f to). crops, and ; "
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I plants:other fields ,to, pasture 1 ; Ocala has'moved home-for the I! CENTER CUT PORK IWHITE.
.J : bummer. She will attend the RX SYSTEM I
By the use of a sod-crop rotation
AUTO BODY SHOPMack's AUTO RADIATOR AUTO TIRES you will.reduce, soil and summer session at the University i ,, : '
I
water losses, maintain and improve of. Florida. I t CH'OPS-Ib.-' BACON Ib: M z9c

Body Shop Ed Prevatt's Garage Starke, Recap Co. the' physical chemical I ,Mr-andMrs. EL W.and Hodges 'on j tI
family of.GatnesV1Ue1s1t- 00
BODY & FENDER REPAIRS! RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Roulsfon Owner. Mgr and biological condition 6f the cd,Mr."'and'Mrs.!' Evan' Hodges I I
r COLLISION SERVICE I New. Cores -, Redding Recapping for Can & Tracks I soil and aid In the,controlling t I
Saturday night
i Flushing Crank Shaft ONE DAY SERVICE of certain weeds. Insects and ? BLUE PLATE BLUE PLATE
'
Painting Matching I ,John and'Dan Register are Installed With
NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS1K diseases.
Grinding
FREE ESTIMATES i spending, a few. weeks with .
Lawn Mower Motors Repa r AUTO-LITE_ BATTERIES .Lloyd Dyal has ,been usinga Airs Hazel Hart,in BelL

Phone 969-2405 j Phone 964-3861. 964-6584 Phone 964-0221\ sod-crop 'rotation anj he Mrs, T W,. Markey, Mrs.i loG 'JPSALAD
Temple Starke 135 N.' Temple Starke it's rought to the land GAL CAS MAYONNAISE''
.. 2033 N. So. Walnut, Starke ; I says get Earl Gtilmann, Mrs. Ira;Douglas ? r N ,
I out.of pasture but it sure puts aid
CHAIN SAWS ,Mrs. Clara Mae
AUTOMATIC AUTO SERVICE out good crops after you turn
Bishop were. Wednesday, afternoon : -
TRANSMISSIONTanner's Dodd's Service & North Temple the sod under... guests< of Mrs.. R. K. PINT'I!s DRESSING

Harry :Schleppl used the Dukes and Mrs,.Angus Belling l I
Amoco
I Auto Sales District's roto-cycle mower the in Lake Butler. "
I
i :GENERAL REPAIRING AMOCO GAS &. OIL other' day.: He. planted &.'pas ,Mr and 'MrS. F.. M.Vlckery QtJAfcT '

Gulf ServiceGULF I POULAN CHAIN' SAWS j ture of, Pensacola. ;,Bahla this and family of DeFuni&k

PRODUCTS International Lifetime Completely New __,Ooutpl lylyear-and. .is..., controlling- the Springs are visiting >Mr. and '
i Mufflers Equipped ',weeds on the'new. grass.. Mrs. Ernest Edwards'andfamily : -

Complete Automatic :i Batteries FIRESTONETires Accessories Priced & Designed for the weed ,are one of the bjkr ; .and:Mri; aM Mrs. ''Earl -i5z' ., --'- /, 3 9"C,0 "

t Transmissions, 528 S; Walnut 964-3861 Farm' lest problems on new pastures Green,.and-family,,this week. j 4 .
Service and..B*pairs I ,JUST $149.95 : especially when..the grass U In\; the near future, they ,will i *
Service on all Makes :1 reside in Gainesville. ,
For All Makes planted\ on-cropland. .
I II ,,Starke 66" Service 1 .
I 661, N.: Temple'Starke-564-S501' Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Bi '
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i farm
Phone 964-2321 Complete, plans was '
BUI Edwards, Prop. delivered to W. H. mID hm/and: family of::Gainesville !
FARM
Starke 'SUPPLIES I
666 N. Temple WE 'SPECIAUZE.IN Dukes who Is, his visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E.Bgh.R.m PEM-FS '
managing ,
I
EA A\S
1' BRAKE SERVICE : BAN'I'l .
: Jr.and family Wednesday -
\ AUTO PARTS .w. Wheel Balancing <& Alignment I' Brownlee & I pecan He: uses grove legume for top cover production.crops in "p We lb. or. .'

Starke Motor I I Phone 964-8881 Chasteen .Iris grove. During this- hotri ilr- ate, :2fis.Mai7in J., :Y I 1 :

I,I 617 N. Temple. SUrtc, i SEEDS FEEDSFERTILIZERS 'f#' weather he is controlling I{ 4 ; 25 3Ihs 2St : St"
Co. Inc. ; I ,. 3'llis
Parts I Gilbert S. Bro the growjh. o th cover. crop .
I ynt t Insecticides" Cratea' :&Plants A ico\it 'worii compete with '''the, I

Your Local NAPA .I I Standard Oil Service Station "Your Priendiy ,pecan trees for moisture. ..
Farm Supply, Store '
ATLAS Dukes .sayshemows h1s grass
For j
Jobber -
Cor.. '&' ? ,..... .
10th : :
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& TIRES. BATTERIES CherryStarkei:to keep the com dth; but" '1 :- --ii : ; : -
Cor. Brownlee Clark 1-- .
r-- PRIC & GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY mCHT'OPEN
I!iBudget Term.sRoad..Serv1ce *not kill it. .
phone 964-0801. 964-0811. t WELDING GARAGE ; I I 7 DAYS A'WEEK _.
7 A.M. TO 9 PM
s,! Phone 8)54) .7071 .' some folks use rolling: 1Op-J lf
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AUTO REPAIRS 407,;N. Temple Starke Thomas Welding ':ipers in trfefr1' ''--froves to cut'
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Earl's GarageALL ; J. B. Wright.'SINCLAIR I &i'barage, ]($tOG the.covr.. ... j i, I
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j Electric
and
Acetylene
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'OF. SERVICE THE ,RIGHT POINT'for,the! t I
KINDS :
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I r_. I j. JEEJ\SPECIALlSTi' ,; ,'1 I In Dependable II
AUTO REPAIR WORK i .", STATION. -- : Have Weld f PrvWiUjTraTel! you wjUe Come In and< -, Economical. ; I

All Work Guaranteed I! Complete Anto. Service, i Sales ana- service i}sireor.T;.t.'tavotHeESTB.v..! ,:' :'\iI < : P*-t UN.. rfsFi VJfiP1-. *

1!Tiffs Batteries-Accessories I ,Work:Guaranteed! BROOK FountaJD.PeD..T. ... .. i -' NIGHT,- 9842411CFTY i !
Phone. .969-2964- '. !I Electric Welding I! .116'\\.- BroA'alee 9040361Nlte,782S775 I GRAPH.'f4. .H..T QFSTAKKE GA UTIUTIES DEPT. r

i So.' Walnut! Starke ,1 1f 542 Madison 9692801: ; .ee.mvq. ,, I t N

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VRRriav.. "/- l,1 < trf f f+ JTTTCt! IK, 1961 T' H .- BRADFORD COUNTY ,TELEGRAPH.STARKE. FLOR1fY''?** .--.:....._. _". _.-. ._. -- ,'._ J" ______.......... __ '. -. .P..:iL 2.Lii.: .

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:yTYmtnytvnnj rTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNEWS rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TlTTT ferent.lanes, :on 'the :slckf list!!'heffOOt t T1ie.1htilt" of the3 ,Q1r"-t> b i.. yep-and
,1 'soil
them school .
r ;I high girls,directed more. =see)),T>r.thet f .- I eac""ers .
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I I I I ': '" .. nf.i get
th{$;week: Betty Stftritog, and I Frank, Carters also MS cast by\Bob McClentdon There F .tO
there
a always know i.a.
." ROSE, ,., i I ; OF INTEREST, TO, COLO ED.CITIZENS :E.-blY: RILL L,4'K: .Starlingvsrv'are ''both'!!on6nVleb t;.y "dtd ft 'learn.''. :were many visiting|' preachers '- i< ," where' ", -f i j f..tete n "I ,M".. ..';....:' ,$ .

....& ..&&.. 1 OF BRADFORD CDUNT : ., suffering from kicmey infeclino. ? what" ppehed:""to himl Ella during Ihe "* week,*and otrter ..,- i "--;- '
li- By Mrs., J. L. SirickUnd ;:' Irene Austin/is.'Itf 'th einospitarwlth Carterfjias Improved In health visitors from ,wide Q.da; *fi* V T
I i(: ,.,. 'ncedInK Page td, I| : : a area 1 1I ,One Quart Ion,
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'coinpUcations.'Ihes
a's'abie'fo "
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Givensj attend'
[By Eluabeth 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAZ.A AAAAAA \ > [ there- The, :P/imary and Jt uUoril ?
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k ; family have moved 101]: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,.. .. .. .. .. .. .'.. .. .. .. ..... .. ....... '% St" -are Jtlghiahd tglkMiri; :=I i Vival/one'*nightljmnie' Pad- boys tied for the banner at
L. ------------------------------- -. ----- Fred and Richard Lang '
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i -'. 4 nie'Griffis: $T&UfrtlleV: sister \:(.gett'hilbefen, ..: ; Buffering with,. Sand '" School-Last: Sunday', :. Of, .Ex'-ra"Ast '
,'and Mrs. R; P. Simmonss!\ ummer Program leader, reporter I ? 4 visited iFred's daughter.,Mable. of Granny Pehdarvl'and; "Su' a seYe* tooUiachev ]{both --classes Making a':grade, FREE' With Each

I, &nd, Mrs., Henry Williams,!;! The regular summer enrich-, Pleasant Grove Methodist an/1'Jamily Avon Park last. sie Norma'r/ Jack Onvife,. :The 'revival at Clay Hill was Mof 88. There were--55"'membersand : .
weekj > One You"Buy.Prices .
.10m', i Odom, Mrs. 'Maxie:went' program started at ,,,9 a.,' Church will celebrate Its an-* 1', sister of Mjss Debby ''Phillips-,'well I 'attended ::1 last .week,. We 'three visitors present ,In t
; m. Monday at RJE and nderEon n ual Men's Day on Sunday, Marion. WilkinsonV "two are' both'yery1 low; Kate Bow- "
Miss Doris Ford Rita i were able. to._"gO every,night except all i classes. Start, at, $2 qt.JS.98; (Gal
daughters are- spending sometime of 'Jacksonville ;
, l Junior High schools. The! Sund'ayJune18. The 1 ens' was with
a. m.
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UV Marian Fredriksson.'Virginia. Friday *
Thursday and .
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WeH we sUre had a 'large 1
,with their 'grandparents, "
'' attend'swimming and skiing program I service will be conducted by us at Clay Hill'Sunday;;kith : MARY
Ford will ,when a rain the CARTER
the Jack Wilkinsons ,at Clay heavy made ,crowd at-Clar Hut Homecoming .. ,PAINT .STORE.
k I Baptist Assembly for ulll be conducted daily from, Mt. Moriah Methodist church, her foot in a cask She rf.elifofrher : road Impossible ; ,
,to get especial
; ; over; ? for the dinner!
f pfeigh Mission Week at' 9 to 12 noon! at Lake Whitsmore. I Rev. L:, H. bfcClendotk pastor, HU1. kitcheh*floor'severai days. .;ajonda'y night we enjoyed the>. Counted nine preachers ''present 501 N. "'. 8th Afe. Gainesvine;Fla: Ftt-j(&i.TSgSOUAHTTTf ,' .
i and t6etrest. N.-C. : Baptist .'; ...... fingers from Maxvillemost'of ,'and'there may'n&ve been '{
.' e Elsie Knight Circle of!j Enrichment hi arts and I Church Rev. CVfcKay. .' :::---.= .r. -... ... .-. ,---.-, -"".---_- -- 'L,". .u. xis >, ,ti ev.' ..- -
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(f\WMU met Monday at the I IJ j icrafts. story-telUng.. games|I pastor. At 3 p.m. the\Church -- ..l. ;J

J>j1e''of Mrs. Herman Me-I t and viewing films will be from!;i of God in Unity Rev S. W.

,4re., : ,1 to 3 p. m. daily a: each !j White pastor will be .in

'"Mrs. R. I* Smith was elect )i school. This program is open charge; and at 4 p. m {Grandr FATHER'S.-O': .SP CIAls: !

.f i president: of the Classroom;:tto all students of school age, Bell and congregation with

archers Association for the i i I and'parents are invited to go :Rev. Anderson preacher, will

fi tn frter school year; ''to. the lake when convenient. i present services. Youth Fellowship I -- r ;..JJ'" II

'the teachers of MHS at-: 'I A small registration fee is at 6 p. m., ,and evening ,
t led a covered lunch-I'I't t asked-not, more than '50 services at, 7:30: !will be l -

1 swimming party at the'cents. to help purchase materials inducted by Mt. Zion A. M. MOKED. 0 .

ate of Principal and Mrs.l and supplies to carryon E. Church, with Rev. Grim- r ,. ,Y L rwoos i ., day

Vence. C., Holden on Swan? the activities. mage pastor, Clarence De-
'ke", i i Club News Sue, chairman;' Ruth Holland CNk! i 'Diva'brOf man
I1enty-nine j The Fiesta Social Club will and Catherine Dell, chb-chaii- .hod flit, taut
persons .at-! ..
t Jed the reunion of the,1956 J Jpdu'ates celebrate its annual birthday men. i t '. ,. .'1"
arty on June 24 at Water Oak Allen Chapel-Regular ( ran
: ser- J
of MHS, which: waslj'I 1, ,
I'd In Keystone. I I'SchOOl. Members'of the ,Car- Ices scheduled for this Sunday -.. was
: .11fi
i i nation Club will be guests.j .- !with Fannie B.-Frazier in by
Dinners of the Duplicate!] SUGAR CURED "
''Idge Club teftluded the fol-I';j Clarence DeSue, president; charge of Sunday School..I :son

*'Ling; Mrs lay Segur and! Mrs., P. Cummings reporter. Morning Worship, 111} a., m.. z. .((6 TO 8LBSWHOLE. *t- :lie!

fs.: Daisy Lewis, first placeIras'Salty ;< The Carnation Social andi Evening Service, 6 p. m. Hom- \ ') .1 ,. > ded
Mansfield and Mrs i Saving Club will meet Monday tr Williams head steward of] 'J'" .
.night at the Reno Theatre. All the church, has entered the) ant
Orick. second place; Mrs. R. .:. .
t Vogh and Mrs. McGill, {members are asked to attend. hospital in Jacksonville. fprj! ., ", r r, 7 b""'--
4rd' place; and Mrs. Alicefltchum Personal Items surgery Miss Mary Alice Mor I :. 4"-"
and Mrs. Helen Miss Joan Jenkins, daughter lis who won the content and .r as
of Rev. and Mrs. Alfonso was crowned Miss Allen 3205. h -
yelps, fourth place.
Pi :.Jenkins, left Friday to spend Chapel, won the contest of the t ...., ,, Walnut! ,St. .' .
i r A the summer with relatives in Lake City District arid was .- StarkeFlorida the

(It j TRINITY EPISCOPAL Phujidelhpia.! she will return crowned Queen of the !jDay of 4 brt
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,jCHDRCII 'MELROSE in the fall to continue, her District. Junior church meet- : led

',' studies at Bethune-Cookman ing each Monday at ,5 p.. m. B'l"U.E: R.I' B."r'O 1 rl"EkI'; \K ,
SundaysJO; a. m. ,..Church College' !Girl Scout ,meeting] each : ,N' St : ,' A"Irt'I: '
bog) .U:45:, a:; m. Morning I 'Mrs. 'Betty Jean Jenkins Thursday. 3 p. m.. at RJE I" r .. msm

ayer njjay,and'Sermon'Jfoly CommuriionJfljm [First) '+L- OWJl left ,Monday to.join herh1 school. Senior Choir rehearsal BLUE. RIBBON ((FY N-E-,1_ .. MJ BEEF /,CUT'5gI Q J.yTjiINlEST; CRAiyTF .D l<
sb nd in'Hallendale.! : A-bride
: each before the t
Tuesday first
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Episcopal BEEF,. GIVES YQUJ; MORE TEMPTING, TENDERNESS -MOREi'PCY.RICH .GOdDrJIESS
Young -
? Church-ti' : ;he
she
: t 9f, ,March 20, is the and third Sundays. MERE
I rrL i' t!auter of Rev and Mrs. A. : f t I : EXCESS BONE,AND.FAT TRIMMED: 'BEFORE:WEICNING' 1ND, PRICING.. r tl Mlr l KqN- .GR EFNn
.
poly Days 10 a. m., Holy"flnmunlon. 0., Jenkins of Starke. She re- m1 I ... ., "- wr oR AMP :
...r.., 'r ltC' r S
t'a !jceived a B. S. degree in Elementary p MoRF FOODO ,
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:0r AMF'
.n.i"i's RDER
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a The Rev, Mlllard H. Brey-| Education from RO.U" : ',. ; '

ale; Vicar. .- :Florida Normal College this ND" ,. ;., FULL j 'C'I t -
; i spring. Her husband is also a ; UT. '
By Mrs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
FIRST METHODIST !''student at Florida Normal. t ;
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CHURCH. MELROSE Church\' News .. LB' ', E'
t SIRLOIN
I! The Willie E. McCollum 36th Wedding AnniversaryMr : It I + 1 d IIruRs "- uefTO
jpunday, 9:45: a. m., ijiamily t of Starke is making ex-
and "Mrs. Gordon Jones .. .J! ) s est
"tool for all'ages, 11 a, m. .tens|ve travel plans,'for' the and 7 .?. : _
family entertained Mr. u-
)rning Worship 6:30: m, summer, and will attend the ". T.
p. ; BAR-E
and Mrs.. Edward Norman rtQUEn.: rU1
jiUth Fellowship. I United Worshippers Assembly C"U' 8'EI' SI'EAKS y
with a surprise barbecue .
on
(Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., B1-,tol- Jehovah's Witnesses at the he. occasion of; their 36th 1!ii, ; ; li' PKYESl LBJ9C; :

study, and I'rayerMeetinRev. g.: :Yankee Stadium in New York, wedding anniversary.. Around .. ,.. .
: :!June 2025. He is the presid- ... ,
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Ted Springer Pastor. 75 guests enJoYedthis, occasion, T" T. tT "

[l,.,1' :Faith Presbyterian j I;nesses.ing minister, of of Jehovah's. the Starke Wit-congregation and town among were Mr.those and from Mrs..out Minza.of I' ',. 11'fT\ ['MI'X :EM : ia." .'AICY 'EMl"a

k Church, Melrose f, Royal of. Lakeland.: Mr. and .
|Sunday services ='Church' Like fuo t of the Witnesses. Mrs. Mortey Howell and Sons _-... --. -.. -
r this family does most, of its of Lake Wales 'Mrs. Grover| -i !
Idol, 9:45: a. m. MorningJiijrjhlp. $ FLWORFUL '''
i 11 a. m. Rev. James| 'summer traveling to and from Earl of Waverly Mr.>and Mrs. vrs *. -: : ; ,- l
Vthe' annual conventions ar. Herbert Norman and family,] = I r1 .
[I Neale Jr.. pastor. Yo'f
ranged for them by the and Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'r4'B II' I' :0' 1"I
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Watchtower, \Bible Society., ,Jn Howell and family off Okla-: I 4eJ I .'
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addition to the McCollums,, .
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and Mr. and Mrs.. Thur.; .
J ; .KEYSTONE' there will be seven others,, of'the man Jones and 'sons of Lady \ hi
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local congregation attend Lake. The honor, guests received -
''Bool, 9:30.: 'a, m., Mofning, ing the New York convention.dj many, ,beautiful,, and JMIC: CAN I ,,. 'j'I rid

ayer and, Sermon list l ,an5uitdays' :J; Highlight of the assembly1 useful gifts. ; :" LI li dy.i .
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i .Holy Oxnmun-i;I,program will be the public Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis ; be

,[11\. 6:30: ,P. ,m. Episcopal,I Bible 'lecture. "When \U Nations I spent Several 'days last week PIIiEAPPLEJUICE. ,46 OZ CAN '' iJ-

/su ng Churchmen. I j Unite Under God's K1>p- I in Miami. ; .
: BlATtER 'p
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7:30 m. ] .. ,. If0.343 CAN .
;oljr Daysi a. Holy 1 dom delivered by N. H t 1 ch e
Miss Carolyn Jones is vacationing ,_ .. I',. .
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Knorr, president of the 'in South Florida withfriends ', : FRUIT COCKTAIL. 1QJ : '"8
',Third Wednesday Parish!!tower Society. \-, ; NO303 CAN ., : r .

iWered' Dish} :Cupper, 6:30: p.I\ lUte Moriah Methodls and; relatives. -' ., ,.AA.'H ...
Mrs. Sallie Crawford's sister ; .
A 1 Church The, congregation i rla: of
[the Rev, ilillara,H. Die: 'I I will be at Pleasant Grove Baptist 'from Jacksonville is spending ... ..... -. ... f r hf LIBBY'S, 'GARDEN. SWEET 1 ANY r, '. eESts
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lIe Vicar. Church this Sunday at 11a. Alber '. ,' :-.J.. TirBBVS '.
Visiting Mr. and.Mrs.' '.r. --- 00
(J4 m. and' all members are incited Norman .SI'.' this week, are,Mr :. :31y: r I ,,,PEAS', #303. j !8.

v JDIUNITY CHURCH to be present) Come and and Mrs.. W. A. .Joiner 'and ". f \. t! ', CAN .red. .
KEYSTONE"HEIGHTS the ..
enjoy big Men's Day pro '
family) of
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gram.-Rev. L. McCJendonpastor ) HALVES G SLICES'PiACHiS ,
Dr. X.C.. Holt, Minister I R. W. Norman Jr, and little :
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V TTYYTYYTYTYTTVYVYYTTTTLAffTEY Guests of the ..u. C. Harley the Hampton City Council, at! NOTICE Ian, deceased; that I have filed my Starke, Florida, plaintiff attorney
the Notice la Hereby Given that the Petition for Final Discharge. and herein on or before such date aa
family during weekend j the regular meeting luesda; j undersigned desiring: to encage in that I will apply to the Honorable required by the LaWs of FlorJcU
were Mr. and Mrs. Raloli 1t-1 evening June 6 at the City: : business. under the fictitious, name Theron A Yawn County Judge of and the Florida Rules of Civil Fioj
I of "JACKSON ft BISHOP at 213 'Bradford County. Florida, on the cedure. If you fail to do so, deer
ginbotham of Ericevllle; Mr., HalL.The'id.on.remoya1 I N. Cherry Street. In the' City of 26th day of June 1961. at 10 o'clock pro confesso will be entered again!|
and Mrs. Freeman -Staiiins of rot Starke, Florida., intends to register .A. If!. or as'soon thereafter as the you for the relief demanded' in the
V Bj.Ecza ElznehardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A the. said name, with the' Clerk of the same may be heard for approval of complaint; ,
I and children of Jacksonville. ten. trees. had been. forfeited. I Circuit Cpurt of Bradford County, the same and for final dischargeas You are further notified that tlu
II 1 ( Mrs. Willis Starling and and another bid.'.ii being I Florida. such Administratrix. nature of said. suit .!. to remov*
W. Jackson the title 01
T. May 18. 196U clouds front and quiet
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF 'GOJ)' The usual swim began daughter md'her, mother', Mrs. sought on the vert, At preient.apparentlyno -! H. A. Bishop* Dorothy Agnes Swanbom plaintiffs to {he V above described
program Denmark: of Whltehouse, Bandy : :; srork crew: ,5-25 4t 8-15 Administratrix with the Will annexed real estate aa an indefeasible let.
Monday with activities at of the Estate of Edward simple title.
I Schedule for week of June 7:30 p. m.? Evening' Worship. KingSley Lake. Harley returned;with the t Ithe; Pro.Pef"equipment are i !. The Clrevlt Cut Of The John Whelan. V ,It la ordered that this order an

18: Sunday School,10.a.m.'Morn:' latter and Is ;.spendlngr .,the available ,herenj' V %.. Eighth JBtffeial Circuit Of, Fiends 5-25 4t 6-15 notice shall be published once i
The Methodist WSCS met IB Aad Fn Bradford Coutr.IB week for four consecutive weeks Jr
Sunday Church School. tnI' .Worship ,11 :a. .m.Smda2; | at the Tuesday weekend with' them Afl'cpuncllmen and city of- Ckueery. Ia The Circuit. Ceart Of The EighthJadlclal Bradford ,County Telesraph, ,-

9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Evening Service,, 7:45: ; p. m evening with parsonage Mrs. George Roberts Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Masses f1 U sweref.present; for" the V CASE DIVORCE 5O 12-987 V tad For Bradford Circuit Of Coaatft Florida la la County newspaper Florida published, and having In Bradford general -\

ILt i 11 'a. m. Snack Supper .for YPE Service 'Wednesday, "7:41 children of Qun1ncGo-;, arid Mr. meeting. .. V Margaret Jamison Wycoff. Plain Chaaeery circulation in Mid County
presiding. After the devotional I tiff. TS Russell Wycoff. Defendant. CASE Witness my hind as Clerk of the
\O. 1988QtJlETISG
and Mrs. Daniel" '
MYF 6:30: p. m. Youth Meet, p. m; Prayer Yeetinr Priday, plans for the year's Massey of Personals Order Of Publication And Notice TITLEA. said Circuit Court and the seal of
I' ings. 7 p. m. Evening,Worship, ,7:45 p. in.PENTECOSTAL. Naples were visiting Rev.. and :AdiThoma3: of -Jacksonville To DefendIn E. McKinney Jr.. et at. Plain- said Court at Starke Bradford!
.
8 p. m. A nursery is urovldec activities,Mrs. J. were C. Tye,made.Mrs.- Hiram Mrs. A. E. Massey during the was .Sunday: dinner guest Florida The To:Name Of The State Of Defendants.tiffs, vs R. B. Strickland et ale of ford May County.1361.CIRCUIT .Florida. this 33rd day]

at both services each Sunday : HOLINESS here with her br therinIawa RusseU Wycoff NOTICH OF SUITIn ( COURT SEAL)
Bennett:, Mrs. Eugene, Pearson,, week.Mr.. and Mrs. d-iister' c/o Mrs: Ted Wycoff The Name Of The State of (S) Charles A.- Darby
for pre-schqol children. CHUBCH yt Gary Bennett .. :rMr. and Mrs Les -of Circuit Court of
,' and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton at- ..' -tl 185 North 2nd Street Florida: To: As Clerk
Tuesday WSCS business and son spent the weekem .' iie''Jon'ea.. : Raymondrille Texas. R. B Strickland, SalUe D. Ma- Bradford County, Florida.
I Sunday 'SchoI' 10 a."m.; tended the PTA Institute at with Mr. and Mrs. H. '.P1 YCt. V You are.hereby notified that a gee, Jessie Jones James F. Jones Hollis V. Knight. ,
10 T. Ben-
and program meeting, a. n} the Smith Bill. Under- suit )111 equity for divorce has been P. O. Box 842.Starke .
Jennie
( W 11 University "Florida last Hagaman and her unknown
Wednesday Prafrer Meet:: Morning rship/ a. m week nett. 1 I wood? ,, <3l' L. COOper and W P. filed against you by Margaret JamIson sppuse if any Wilbert B. Rogers ,. Florida .

ing and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. :1 Evangelistic. .'services' V, 7:30 V p.UL MIsEnza!. :i: Blanchard spent Mr. and Mrs. 'Leon .Starting McElroy attended the Baptist Court Wycoff and cause in the and above you are named hereby W.and B.his Rogers unknown Francis spouse B. Hodges if any, Attorney V for Plaintiffs.Xetlce 5-25 4t 63

Thursday Prayer Group and family of Jacksonville Men's Brotherhood meeting In summoned ordered and requiredto also known as Fannie B. Hodges, -
"Come let last weekend in Lakeland attending file written answer or defenses Of .plieattu,r Tax Deed
us reason together your and her unknown
in Fellowship Hall. 9:30 a. .m the Florida Methodist were Saturday o f' the Deland'. on-Friday.. evening las to the complaint in said Owen Owens. and spouse his unknown if any See.. SOUl, 1". S.
Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:3P. : Luther Hilliard.: family; On weetvMr.'and: cause in the office of the undersigned spouse, if any, if alive, and if dead Notice Is Hereby Given that
Conference.Mr. Clerk of the Circuit Courtat the unknown Carl Harton, the holder of the foi
m., a .. Sunday Mr."and"Mrsl'HiUianand Mrs. E. B.. Goodsor Starke, Florida on or before the heirs lienore devisees grantees lowing certificate has filed said
CHRISTIAN CHURCH and Mrs. Paul Bennett the children'"visaed(t' Mr: of Wamla're: :visiting here this 22nd day of June, A. D. 1961. and claimants creditors to the hereinafter and other described certificate fer a tax deed to be issued
Carl Clarke Minister i and children wfll be to serve a copy thereof on Theron tl\ reon.The certificate nuu
soon
movIng lands
by, through, under
AT THE TABERNACLE and Mrs. Jap Ogilvee in.Jack' week with her parents or of issuance the dtscrlptloa -
Mr. yeaxV
into their new A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs attorney; against each such deceased; the unknown bers> and
'home. This sonviie.V] V V andMrs. C. A.' CaL whose address is: P. O. Drawer 791. heirs, devisees legatees, of the property and Un
Services at the Fundamental SUNDAY SERVICES Is the. second new home to be Starke. Florida. on or before said grantees, creditors and all other names in which it was. assessed are
10OQ a. m., ,Bible chooI11:00a. Lonny ,Pre cQtt; his- sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall of; date, as required by the Laws of parties or persons claiming Interest .. follows:
Gospel Tabernacle last Sunday built here recently. We are Mrs. Florida and the Florida Rules of any Certificate No. 87. Year of Issuance
Hattie Darley 1'MiSs in
Hampton and the
a. the to hereinafter described
Com .are parents of -
were again in charge of Dr. : m. WOTShIPand proud of them.StaffordGriffb. : Civil Procedure. If you fail to do lands by. through, underor un >
Sinia
union. Prescott, and'Jody Ben- daughter. ,' Linda Elizabeth so, a decree pro confesao will be against each Fannie B. Jenes Dscription of Property Com al>
Harry F. McGee who spoke'on nett entered against you for the relief SE Cor of NE% run W fiJ':
bon also
known
were ra'.paytona' Beach ), Friday, June 9, at the< as F. B. Jones, deceased
1185', W
the Passion. Person, and Purpose :' On Friday, June 2, Miss Iris demanded in the complaintThis William C. Jones also knowa XWLY 1I6.K for POP N >
weekend
EVERGREEN .' over the yisitirg Mrs, University, Teaching Hospital l'in notice shall be published M W. C. Jones deceased. JamesT. on N lne| 65' Sly 1W SELY 103''o
of John 3:16." Those iot!, Louise Stafford, daughter of Alice Austin and Hughey and Gainesville. once each week for four consecutive Jones, deceased, Christina Jones FOB in Sec 24 .T I SR K E.
BAPTIST O
JCHURCH assessed
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Name in which
Mr. and
attending services elsewhere' Mrs. Albert Staffordof : deceased Jessie C. Prevatt deceased '
.. Mr. and Mrs. George L ttnger. Mrs..J. W. Home and Billy graph. Joseph Jones, deceased, Fred Hogan. V
r
are cordially invited t5' -the Sunday School 10'L! B the State Farm, and Enoch Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley Home drove to Reevesville S. Witness my hand and the seal of Guy Jones deceased, ilallle Jones deceased All of 814 property being in the
of Flon
Brad- SUte
the Circuit Court at Starke. oi Bradford,
Eugene GriZZle of Mrs. Oliver Jones, deceased. and County
Tabernalce
meetings on Sun oS- Preaching, 11 a. m., Training son and children attn c d:! 'Home C. to:take:Mrs. Home's mother ford County. Florida, this 19th day J. C. Jones, deceased respectively; 4& J '
day. Tuesday Friday, and fondle Grills, were married of May ,A. D. 1961. Unless .ucJM.certlfleite or cert
Union 6:30 p. ui. Preaching, coming at Russell Baptist ; Mrs. J.'H. McAlhany home Cora Bell Douglas whose residence
In tad redeemed accordingto
Ce rt be
In Ia CeBBty Judge' ficatea eftali
Faith Is Route 2. Box 31, Brewton Alabama
Baptist Church with -
Saturday evenings. 7:30: ;p. m. Prayer MeetingWednesday Church in Green Cove Springs after a'vfcft: here for the last for Bradford Coiaty. Florida.In and all persona or parties lawJ J'e property described in
1 1I Revs A. E. Massey pastor of; of Alfred L. Brown, certificate or will
such certificates
\ 7:30 p. m. Sunday. Sunday guests of the few months.Mr. re: Estate having or claiming to have any bidder at the
dec. be'sold to the highest
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN V ficiating. Their right. title or interest in or to the
I I Wednesday, Bible" V study, parents and a Mosley family were Mr. and and Mrs W. A. Godwin NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll following lands: court house door on the first Mon
CHURCH Jos. few:close friends were present. creditors of the estate of Al- of day in month of July, 1961. which
7:30 Norman Beginning at Northwest cor.
p. m. ; The couple Mrs. Colin Gnann.of Eustis.W. '. V, and baby of Gainesville pent fred L. Brown, deceased, are hereby NWU of SEU of NEU of Sec. 32 Is the S day of July, mi.
Thursday Choir"pracUce, pastor. : is residing in an J. Wise f'oPp, Ala.: Is Sunday here with 'his grandparents notified and required to tile any Twp. 6 S.. R. 22 E., thence run N Dated this. !S day of May. 1961
I VBOATDEAIN apartment at the home'of Mr. claims or demands which they may (SEAL)
8 V 88 degrees 29 minutes 10 seconds
p. m.Friday and Mrs. making an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. C., have against said estate in the office E 717.8 feet, thence run S 1 degree Charles A. Darby,
Deac n'a Meeting, BAPTIST Charles Shuford. his son, Ralph Wise, 'and fam of the County Judge of Bradford V 16 minutes E 774.23 feet thencerun Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
:30- Grit I 1s-Boatrlht Cox.Mr. County Florida in the Court- N 83 36 30 fo County. Florida. ,
degrees minute.
'I CHURCH
.-fc
: p. m.Sunday .
and ft
Mrs. Charles Hicks Florida within 6.1
house at Starke
ily.On seconds' E 241.85 feet to westerly, ,
M1ss''Sandra
Gayle Griffis
Sunday School,: Monday Mrs Joyce are the parents of a daughter,, eight calendar months from the dateof right of way line of State Road 200,
Sunday 'School 10 I..! m of Lake Butler and Doyle E. the first publication of this no- thence run S 48 degrees 10 minutes Applleatloa.For' Tax Deed
I 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, Futch, accompanied by'"MfcaElizabeth Laura; Leanne: born Tuesday, tice. Each claim or demand'must.bein 30 seconds W 655.15 feet. thenee Xetlee. Of .
8.
Morning Worship, 11 a: m Boatright were united in See.: Ii4.lt/
mai> placeor
the
11 a. m. Junior Choir, 5 p.--m. Terry, took -MISs June 6, at Alachua General writing and must state run N 78 degres 56 minutes 30 sec Notice Is Hereby ,Given. that
Training Union;: 6:30:: pm..Evening : riage Saturday June' 3 in :tT' residence and post office addressof N 2
Patricia Starling TltusviUe onds W 443.8 feet thence run Carl Harton the holder of the following
Youth Fellowship, 7'p. m: to Hospital In Gainesville. ''Mr the claimant and must be swornto
.
W
degrees 54 minutes 30 seconds filed said
:
Worship, 7:30, m. Evergreen certificate has
Evening Vespers, 8 p. m.. p. Baptist Church. The where she will spend some and Mrs. Otto Hicks. are by the claimant, his agent void or his 1002.2 feet to said P. O. B.. being certificates; for a tax deed to be Issued
Prayer, ,Meeting, Wednesday, ceremony was performed by time with attorney or it will become according all ,of NWt,4 of SEU of NEU, and thereon. The certificate nuro
Wednesday Men's Dinner* 7SO.'p. m., V I Rev. Ernest Qriffis. The bride her brother, Boosty grandparents, and Mr. and to law. that portion of SE 4 of SE 4 of bets and., Irs of issuance, the description .
( 6:30: Starling, and family. On the Mrs. G. C. Cox: are great- May 16, 1961. NE\ West of State Road 200. anda of the property and the
p. m.LAUREL Pastor,' Rev: :Barney Sweat. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. return A. J. Thomas, Jr.By H. PierceUomey' portion of the SW% of SE\i of names In which it W&. assessed an
trip they enjoyed din- grandparents : (S) George
NEU of said Sect., Twp. and
welcOm'e L. L. Griffis V as foUowsv
of Lake
Administratrix
Butler
Everyone : Mf i \ for In Bradford Florida. of blU'
and County
MISSIONARY ner a visit with their :'and'Mrs.(1ordon'. Weest! Brown Range Certificate, No. 47. Year
BAPTIST CHURCH, while! the groom is a son of aunt, Mrs. J. L. Jones and and family of Miami are here Dolly First publication on May IS lift. notified You and that each a suit of you In equity are hereby has IDes -1I5S.

Sunday School and HIGHLAND.' Mrs. ElIte Boatright of Brand-- Mrs. Bill Myer at ormond and! for a 'visit .with his mother (CIRCUIT Charles COURT A. Darby SEAL, Clerk) of the been brought by A. E. McKinney, Description of NEU'of of Property SWU ex SH parcels ocSWU
Worship
I ] W. H. Noegel Jr., and Elizabeth
BAPTIST ,CHURCH on. They are living in the of Bradford Jrv R. 22 E.
T-2 to 4 p. m. Sunday later Miss Terry stopped at Mrs. T. P. Brown. Circuit Court Noegel, his wife, against you and Bold SEC C2 V.T. 1.8. assessed Jobs
Boatright Florida. Name in whjch$ .
home. I
County also Cora B. Winans, Jessie
Gainesville to spend 'a few. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. of against
Pope
School Marian L. Crosby William Estate.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting Sunday ,9:45 a. m. A. By: Mae Scott. Brack Prevatt, Carrie
Stanley party will be held the
1 in
l days with her sister Mrs. Eau'a1l1 visited Deputy Clerk. All of said property being
U last Jones and
hereV
7:30: p. m.Saturday. I Morning Worship a.:m.and in'the educational I 5-25 it '.15 Darby Ritch Mary couitroZ Bradford, State of Flori
department Hoover-Futch Company and C. A.
: Claudia Strickland.V Weekend and withtheir son- ,, VSUhth '
Church Services- 7:30 p. m..PrayerU: tlng each : da. &
1111 of the Methodist Church: F.utch as the sole surviving partner
'_ .In-l&w'aixI daughter Mr. and In The C..Bty Judge's Comrt Of Courtof suca 'certificate or certU
7:30: p. m.FAITH Wednesday,"'7:30: p. m. Rev. A pleasant affair was the as defendants in the Circuit
b1 Thursday evening, June 22,'at Bradford Coapty Florida. Bradford County, Florida, in ficates shall redeemed ..accordingto.law
'Chism : stork shower given Mrs. Edward Saxon ,and family la ProbateIn described in
george pastor. Every-, 8 o'clock. ...recently Chancery and you are summoned tbe property
niL ; in Gainesville. Re: Estate of Edward John 'and to file such certificate or certificates wilt
BAPTIST CHURCH body welcome. by the ladies "ofs Heilbroim Ordered required your
[ Whelan also known oas Edward J. bidder at the
Johnny and Pamela TyespentI written answer or defenses to the be sold to the highest
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Lawtey Church at the home of Mrs.A. V Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and Whelan; Deceased. Complaint filed herein against you court hoUse door on the first Mon
a 1 A. E. Massey, Pastor SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF :' st week with their uncle J. Crawford .honoring Mrs. daughters were weekend visit.. Notice Of Piling Petition For in the above entitled cause In the day In month of July 1961, whichis
E and aunt Mr. and Mrs: F. Final Discharge Of The Admlnl- offU-e of the Clerk of Circuit Courtof the I day of,July, 1961.
Bible school, 10 a. m. V CHRIST T. Roberts In Arthur Green. Games"were w- KS in Bradenton'with Mr. andMrs. stratrixTo Bradford County, Florida, In the Dated .this 29 day"of May, 1961

Preaching, 11 a. m. 3.InLS., on 301. Jacksonville.Freddy joYed. The honoree received ., Gene Clouse and family. All Whom It May Concera: County, Court Heuse In Starke, (SEAL)
I : Moore of Henderson- Notice is hereby given that I Florida, on or beore June 26, 1961, CharIe.>A. DarbyClrk
( Evening Service, 7:30 p. m I' many lovely gifts. Refreshments have filed my final returns as Ad and to serve a COPy ef such answer 'of Circuit Court of Bradford
iiI Bible Study and Prayer Sunday Bible. Classes 10; a. ville, N. C. .spent the weekend were served to approximately -iyvyyyyyvvvyyvyyyyyyyy'PINE ministratrix with the will annexedof or defenses upon Holli!* V. Knleht .County. Florida. .
m.; Assembly Worship -with: with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Estate of Edward John Whe- whose address is P. O. Box 84%. : I.t 4t %3

t Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wednes' W. F/ Moore. 30 guests. ". ,,: _______.___ou _.___ -I '
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the Lord'e'Supper, 11 Lm.1;
day. : LEVEL
Evening Assembly' ; Worship i Mrs. H. C. Wainwright was -T' I '
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IJI 6:30: p. m.. Tuesday overnight guest of -' \ '
V DIRECTORYV
I &I Wednesday Bible Classes, her sister, Mrs. Rebel Rhoden HAMPTON{ :.TMrS." J. E.:McEa AREA BUSINESS .. '. ... 11 11AUTO

t al WILLIAMS: 7:30'p. m. in Ocalal': She attended graduation -I I 4AA4 A AAAAAA&4AAAAAAA AWe

c; i exercises of OcaIa High '
't.. HOPE BAPTIST JCHURCH !i School ;Her nephew, David I Bj. Mrs. D. E. HQ1 k are happy report another
JEWELRYWATCIIESDIAMONDS large: 'attendance at church JI'
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: Rhoden member of the '
Sunday Sunday.School 10. was a AAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAA4AfVacation
last"Sundajr: with
u Roman Alvarez GLASS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC :MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES
a. m. Morning message: 11 a. graduating class.
Bible SchoolAt In:,the'pujpit/Among the
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TRANSMISSIONS
7 au REPAIRSAll m. Training Union 7 p. m. Sam Givins of Gainesville Baptist Church' visitors were Lee Goodman of Mauldin's Electric Motor Lillian'i Music Store

Evening message 8 p.l m. was visiting his mother, Mrs.
Vacation Bible School at Gainesville and E. Manshoeof AUTOMATIC .
"Gainesville Leader"
Work GuaranteedA. Monday -'Bible Joy Club 4, S. D. Harley, and Mr. Harley V Lake Butler. Auto Glass Repair Co.OF .
Church will
Hampton
I Bapist TRANSMISSIONSARE ,Since 1933
i ; C. Williams to 5 p. m.Wednesday. V Saturday and Sunday.Mr. begin this Friday V evening, ., PinVLevel.Church will hold COMPLETE STOCK CURVED OUR BUSINESS GAINESVILLE, INC. KRAKAVER WINTER-

142 W. Call St. Prayer Meeting and Mr J. Gaskins '. -
$ B. June 16, with preparation l and a revival meeting starting July COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR CABLE
GLASS
I Starke, Fla. 7:30: p. ,m. Choir Practice, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins enlistment of pupils at''1:30. p. 10. and ending July 16. Rev Service & RepairsWork PIANOS V PJANORGANS
Windshield & Door Glass
t 8:30 p. m. Pastor, Merle. L. and son ..spent'SUndar with m. at the church.* V E'JVBOer3 of North Hollywood Guaranteed CHORD ORGANS 1159-375
Make SALES AND SERVICE
'Replaced Any
?4 V Packham. Mrs. V. H.,Keene in Maclenny. To be held in the .nenmr .will he' the'Cvangellst.; .. "Distributor of Guitars Dx ums Sheet
Car Or Truck Lamar PearsonAT
.. this to :A good 'time had by all
6:30 was
i .. year, from : p. m. We Handle Safety plass New Lincoln Motors"FR Music
I 9 p. m., the VBS classes,will at] the Heart of .Florida's FR 6-2558 TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE 2-831S Budgets

'J. be from Monday through 'Friday Youth Fellowship meeting at FR 6-5931
1314 S. Main Gainesville 505 N. Gainesvill 1030 Main Gainesville V
W. 13th St. S. ,
next week June 19-23. In I Magnolia Baptist Church in i
:33a PAVSTISTANIMAI V I 112 8. E. First. Gainesville-
addition to classes from beginner Branford;last Friday night. IPV I :

c Iih ..:. 'Chtttbh" ,, 'J through intermediate, .The' ':''attendance .banner was :AUTO SALES & SERVICE !AUTO TRIM FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN V

T Iie ages 3-16, a class for young woh 'bY;?1ne. Level The next IMPERIAL CHRYSLER
Baker Auto Trim Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's
n ; people and adults .will be held m t1 wfll.be: held in Johns- PLYMOUTH VALIANT Opticians

F kr each evening beginning at 7:30 toW 1:.B pt1st ;Chureh on July Authorized Sales Parts Inc. J I 1 Lindsey L. Beckum, B. O.
CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM
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kvi. p.'m. Service I I Lenses. Duplicated -
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C1 vi.at Henry Jarvis. pastor of ,House guests:of Rev. W. E. Headliners Arm Rests ALLIS NEW HOLLAND, I I Artificial Eyes -Pre5Clptt]

Waldo Baptist Church win Hall last, weekend were Mr. HawesPowersMotor Floor Mats Upholstering CHALMERS : ''FIlled Promptly

owe:is teach the adult class [from and Mrs. A. Young of Miami, Lowest Prices MASSEYFERGUSONFarm 22 W. University FR 6-3518
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a nc age 17 up], studying' "These Mr. and Mrs.:,Ronald Hall of Co. Equipment And GainesVille Fla.
FASTEST
k III't' FR 2-3226
TractorsFR
0:m Things We Believe." New Orleans, La.. Mr. and

I ta lacing'pfato... Refreshments will be served Mrs.. Hal Hall and children,' FR 2-2561 1021 E. University Ave. 6-4385 POWER.SAWS_iMO.CULLOCH

c:arhr ,. I' '';V each evening, and Bible study Mr. and Mrs.-G. Hall of Dublin 204 N. Main, Gainesville Gainesville Archer .Rd. Gainesville : '
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I !'; !( Used
t { Can 312 N. Main
c V I music and handicraft will all Ga.and Mr. and Mrs. A. CHAIN, SAWS
A.1 V V
tJn 10 ...VV V __ d fW, :'r "'V' be part of the week's.Pr gram. S.1'..Heaves -and grandchildren: FR 6-3400 COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION GARDEN SUPPLIES NEW-USED SALES

I 11 e V 4**' V V .-.I. .; \ Rev. W. P. McElroy., V pastor, of Tallahassee. SERVICE
V V .. ".. Mr and Mrs. Otis Browning LINCOLN MERCURY I Johnson & Paris
tit Dl ": '1\ V .V&V ,., invites interested to attend r Florida Saw Co
e n ;- V V ._. .., .. the "family week,,of:Vacation. ind family of Gainesville, Mr. COMET FIAT RENAULT Refrigeration Inc.Complete .

t FASTEST. PISH ::.t\ Bible School. C. and Mrs. Clifford Browning, Authorized Sales Service- V FR. 6-3411

Hilda WaneD'MarrltS' V Mr. and Mrs William Fergu- Parts Line of 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.
e J SwcrdfiiJTFASTESTiWAYifO' Service Co. ..

$ .. Howell Williams Saturday" on, Mrs. Arris Browning, and Trained Mechanics Good SEEDSPLANTS- GainesvilleSEWINGMACHINES

I .... Hilda Warren of Starke and Mrs. Mildred Gibson spent Used Cars Sidney Leopold Owner FERTILIZERS J

Howell Williams oi Mr. last Sunday on Grandin Lake. InsecticidesPet Supplies '
f ____ ___ I son Commercial Refrigeration .
J: ,I and Mrs. George .Williams_ of Mary Jane Ferguson spent Barkley Motors Air Conditioning 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' "Singer SewingMachine

t Hampton, were married Saturday last week with her uncle Otis 615 N. Mala GainesvilleB. FrUidaire Ice Makers .224 N. W. 8th Ave.

c ,. -' JSKf afternoon, June 10, in a Browning, in Gainesville. FR 2-6476 Center

I r quiet ceremony at the. Folks- Mrs. H. M. McRae spent last & G. Motor Co. Sold And Serviced Anytime Gainesville, Fla. Used'Singer Sewing Machines

C i ton Baptist Church I'V Folks- reek with her daughter. Mrs. Gainesville FR 2-8392 ItanT One Of A Kind

r: I ton.Ga. R. E. Taylor, and, family In Inc. Heights FR 6-7700 LADIES WEAR Starting' $ .1.

: i The Rev. Emory'Mi.: Batton V Half ord. HILLMANOLDSMOBHJE I V FR 6-6310

'A Y II.L L S,! ;! I pastor of the church perform :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor CADILLAC CONCRETE PRODUCTS Cherry's ,216 W. University Gainesville
.. ed the doubte.rlng'eiem: ni. are In Mel Oa.' due to the w-u-
Authorized BalesSe."Vlce
"1I V .;:ZO' .V,:' For her wedding, the! bride illness ol Mr. Taylor's father, Parts INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville's Most Fashionable ,SPORTING GOODS .

chose a white stieetl n tJi S. B. Taylor.Mr. I.E CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For Ladies mi3 Area Most Complete line

'., dress full-skirted.'and topped and Mrs. Fred,Canners 6-7515 ARE THE BEST FROM DRESSES SUITS -COATS e( Sporting Goods at

o with a Chahtilly' e' Jacket. 0 if Jacksonville i aid 'Roman 115 8. W. Second, Gainesville ACCESSORIES Jimmie Inc.
Hughes
o and Jo Edwards Building ,
The fitted jacket'ha4ace- Betty Alvarez were din-
105 W.
\ University, oamesvmelIEN'S Ui*
W.
,." let-length sleeves, :pointed at ler guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. VOLKSWAGENSales Supply, Inca University Gainesville

V : VV the wrists. The, veil matching W. McRae Wednesday of last -' Service. '- Parta SHOES J

.' the'lace of the jacket ft.held week; : V V V 726 S; Main FR 2-4844 WEAR .
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... V .ott.. '. .'. In place with '& bandeau Mr.and Mr A. J. 'Fender V ,Vliller-Brown MotorsInc. Gainesville, Fla. Silverman'ft .Boh'!.Shoe Store

t : : I of white roses. She carried,the and, family visited:'Mr.: Fend-
& .., .. .f. Shoes for The Entire Family
4 -I- white 'Bible given b er in the 'Bridfath
( .' V } er's1! J r, M; K Kirk- *
Wrft chedj.ct hom.,.end mcI them V white Bible ceremony by land In tfaelhospital at Homer- FB2-3632 OORSWINDOWS V apparel Our new for' Store Men and.next Woen to > CHAEH FORTUNE SET FOB MENV

Open your checking oc&vnt here soon. Hampton Baptist YWAs last IDv Oa,; Iast&turdat.' On 1030 E. University Ave. Florida JalousiesOF Florida TheatreFORMAL C END WELL FOE FOR CHUDRCX WOMEN.,
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week; %!/
Monday. they, visited Rev. and Gainesville WEAR. RENTALS Accessories''
The newlywfcds lie making irs.. Eddi! *. Murrhec in Hil- GAINESVILLE INC. Bags' -- Mffiifiery- )
GAINESVILLE; 21. il'Un1veraitJ GainesvilleYARNSTOYS
their home here in Hampton, Hard' and:1Itr.1mctHrs.: C. E.fatten Crane Motor Co. WINDOWS DOORS FIA.'f. .a- V

following the weekend honeymoon i -JAeksmvffle.. I
{ ALUMINUM ,AWNINGS
In Jacksonville. :Both : Miss Bonnie 'Thomas was MOVERGainesville -

FLOR'IDA are graduates of 'Bradford.. ,whored -ca her '12th'birthday. ; LARK ENGLISH- ANGLIA FORD Palm Beach Awning ,Windows V Jack !and Jill j: I

High School in Starke, Mr. :June, 6, With a surprise' party All Meet A. W. M. A.

,.. Authorized Sales & Service Mayflowerf A Complete Line Of
'' .. Wiliams In to class 'of 1958. i livca by'her sister, Mrs. Ger- Specifications. g I
'$ : and Mrs. Williams .with the I aid Wmiaaos".of:Starke. "Complete Service .for All 'Write V Or Call For- ILstbnatesrvRi4zls ''faruN: _NOtiOil'PreeIristlons !| !
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Council Dfeecsses: V University
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Mmll tuIIfr VV 1117 Hawthorne Rd. r
11M" I41AMG&tft Tree Reatoral.i! FE2431 Storage.And .
Y'> il'dr"'' Ji "l y-1 Floyd1 V -. Crating : ;,t .' "" ItobWa f

\. UtUe at'last bu Eeea-vaa.ceaetod-; !I KJr"-.f.-.11... :""' i:,...r'._ V V.: > '::Oahaesvffle/JTa.: : '. ,' '. ": :.>...,., ."..Gainesville' .... Gainesville FR 6-5224 625*. W*, uuiftrs1ty. OainesrUl

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