Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
June 28, 1962
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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>.
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The bad condition of U. S. The accident occurred whena Tampa, who told investiga-I j Maxville and Baldwin is so and Mrs. Francis McCartanof of the two cars escaped with ""'" gg 0d

301 between Maxville and 1953 Plymouth station wa- ting officers that his car wavy .it ;is difficult to keepa Brooklyn, N. Y. She was minor cuts and bruises. k

Baldwin was a contributing gon, going north, crossed jumped over the center line car in the right lane, even carried to St. Vincent's Hospital Damage to the Plymouthwas ..i
factor ,to another serious accident around $450, while the :
Monday, resulting in the center line and sideswiped when he turned his atten- with close attention.Mrs. in Jacksonville due to: Comet, which ran into the k, -.: .

Injuries to Mrs. Marie Mc- a 1961 Comet, travelling tion momentarily to his wife, McCartan was ridingin her injuries and a heart condition ditch and was stopped by a -_

Cartan '17, of Kittannlng south. The Plymouth was who was riding with him. the Comet with her son aggravated by the accident pine thicket, was damaged 4 :
Pa. driven by M. T. Holland ofBRADFORD The stretch of 301 between and daughter-in-law, Mr. All other occupants I around $750. I :
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are seeking better values will Market, Buck's Market Food c

9 ; "' find the answers to their Fair Farr's Bargain Center,
shopping problems in Starke Goodman's Service Station
4 '. this Friday and Saturday. Winn-Dixie and Starke Tire

pr" d ri Merchants of this city have Sales.
i ',' .- -jf :: 'literally' unloaded both bar- "Cash-On-The-Barrel" spe- .e_
.! rels in a blast of bargains- cials will be good this Fri-

aimed at providing familiesof day and Saturday only and i
the area with greater dol- shoppers are urged to look _

lar-saving than they have over the entire two pages in -, _, .. : ... w
seen in some time. section two to list their needs .u.

This week's Telegraph is for the summer, take ad- Car Leaves U. S. 301 To Hit Pine Trees

iI 4iI 4 filled chants with with offerings price of slashes mer- vantage and save of many the dollars mark-downs on the Green Expresses Hope For Cut In Tax Levy -

ranging from 10 to fifty per purchases they would ordin- .
during the .
cent. arily be making

Highlighting the event is weeks ahead. County Commissioner R. H I lic: I gress In an efficient administration ;
the "Cash-On-The-Barrel" ,No"limits have been set on Green Jr., in an open letter.I "Knowing that taxes have of county affairs, while

offerings of ten Starke stores 'Cash-On-The-Barrel" items I to the public, this week expressed become burdensome, and that i rendering all essential services -

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:- pages inside the second section long a$ stocks last on a to 2& mills in the county's I be set at a local level I shall cut pf up to 2- mills can

Hydrocarbons Plant 50' Per Cent [Complete An almost completecossection come, first serve basis. present! ; .41.25 tax, levy when propose a cut in the 1963 be made in the 1963 budget or
of personal and The 10 per cent for cashis the budget for the 1962-63 county millage at the meet-
family needs for the sum- given as an additional incentive fiscal year is made up. Green's ing of our Board of County approximately $25,000. \ > u-
mermonths have been dras- to thrifty buyers who letter follows: I Commissioners on Tuesday Board sincerely desires e( ,..
350 Ton Vessel Raised Sunday tically cut in price. An extra, shop in Starke Friday and I'' June 26, 1962 July 3."Our. \ amy'R."

"10 ,per cent for Cash" is: Saturday.. '"An open letter to the pub- board has made pro- H. Green )".

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-maJcl'\oo"\ tride..torward.,1n Absorber complete the loading- started 168,000' pounds'de-propam.. .. ... '
was Sunday: want the utmost for their '.. .- ;: :s-; '. -, "' '<,
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construction of the new $6- fractionating equipment installation morning. It required two and ef. 81:400 pounds; de-butan- dollar ,' ;:'f; ,t .. :*:
.000.000 Florida Hydrocarbons at the plant. a half hours to hoist the 350 1 izer.. 21,600 pounds: and raw Stores participating In ; S Brooker came Sun- The huge vessel arrived'at tons of steel from a.horizontal products accumulator, 128,000 "Cash-On-The-Barrel" will

day with the erection of "the Brooker by rail on Saturday, to an upright position on pounds.J. display window cards for the -
big vessel, 'a 688,000 pound and the tedious job of un- its foundation. The job was 1 A. Hinson, construction convenience of shoppers. s ;1

.k* -., _......_.. -. ... completed about 4:30: Sunday t superintendent of Hudson Engineering Cards will be found posted at sS

,a .r st afternoon. ,11 i Co., designers and the following places, : Koch'sDrug ; t' d .3 i t t sd
In addition to the absorber, constructors of the plant, said Store, Denmark ''FurnI- I. I
'T 3 t there are six other fractionating this week that the facility is ture Western Auto,. Eagle

ethanizer, 40,348 pounds; the complete. Barksdales The Vaga-
rich old de-ethanizer, 147,000 Target date for completionis bond Corner, Robbins Brad-
pounds: rich oil fractionator. October. ford Building Supply and I
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4 June 30 Deadline For Fish LicensesDeadline The large two-page adver- 2 :

tisement by the ten stores iI
for the 1962-63 90 days. features savings in summer- -

I) :j fishing license is midnight Fishermen may obtain their time clothing for the entire
I i Saturday, June 30. Fishermenare 1962-63 fishing license at the family, home needs furniture -
;t advised that Wildlife Of- offices of all County Judges ( automobile tires, appliances -
ficers will conduct a strict and their authorized subagents fans, paints, gift ,x
I : fresh-water fishing license throughout state. items, drug needs and a host ..
I"I? :t J check effective; July 1. License fees are: of other items ranging from w F t
i I Persons violating the provisions Resident, annual, $2. Non- aspirins to artifices.

I of the fishing license resident, annual, $8. Non-res- Other Starke merchantswho
if: ;. \ law may be fined not less Ident 14-day continuous fish- have listed special offerings -
Candidate Fletcher Gets
f t than $10, nor more than $300 ing, 325. Non-resident, five- in their individual Keystone Council Repeals Ban
or imprisoned not to exceed day continuous fishing,__$2.25. i advertisements include:

4 4ii I l Bullington's. Dahmer's Dis- Camp Bianding OCS Graduates
(On Sale Of Beer On Sundaya
I count House, Bottom Dollar

: Post Office Reopens Saturday News Is Needed Thursday In a special, June' meeting 21, the Keystone held-la drag. 8m!, at the Hsystone!I First Class Of Candidates .

After $144,000 JobThe Early Next Week Heights Town Council Discussed, without aciieVtherequest r
repealed its ban on Sunday beer the
Keystone Egg The new Florida Army Na- ing their first two weeks of
AH correspondents, mini- sales, with no. senting vote. Cooperative for tax exemption. tional Guard Officer Candi- training at Bianding.

mail must go through! office, which has recently sters and publicity chairmen The repeal followed similar' Councilman M. L. Beasley pointed date School graduated its first The school is under the
And in this case, with the undergone remodeling at a and others with news items Action by the Clay County Commission out that this ccJd not be class of 25 candidates at command of CoL Durrell of
mail went the equipment.fur cost of $144,000. for The Telegraph next week which recently lifted done under the present city Camp Blanding Sunday Jacksonville.
niture, files, etc. So did the A few patrons had some are asked to have them at our its ban on Sunday sales in the I charter without permissive leg- I morning, with ceremonies on
. Big Vessel Finally Upright I entire crew of twelve. I I difficulty opening. their new. office not later than Mon- ounty. 1 islation from the State Legis- the parade ground at 10 ajn.
Monday, Postmaster G. J. bronze -colored boxes, but day noon. Otherwise, they The repeal was effective immediately -lature. Maj. Gen. Henry B. McMil; Gas %War Ends
I Triest Given McGriff Jr., and his men had other than that everyone might be too late to get in,I and beer was on sale Tentative approval was given : lan, the Adjutant General of
ENROLL I Uncle Sam's mail running seemed "pleased to punch" the paper next week due to in, Keystone's one over-the- to the town's proposed new I(I Florida, told the graduatesthat
"Contract ForBianding through, with the efficiencyof with the coolness inside, coming the 4th of July holiday on covater outlet, and two grocery budget for 1962-63, which was never has the need for Tuesday Night

JUNIOR a brand new sewing ma- in from the afternoon Wednesday.The establishments last Sunday.In described by Finance Chairman leadership in the National
Work chine, at the new office on heat. Telegraph will be other action at the spe- Beasley as "a little higher" Guard been greater than it is
Lifesaving Walnut Street The lighting of the building printed at the usual time than the current $35,000 (approximate today. Gen. McMillan empha- Starke's gas war ended Tuesday -
Oh. there were the usual is modern also with fluo- next week [Thursday], but cial !\meeting, the council tabled, ) budget. Beasley sized the important role of just as it started two
CLASSES Triest Construction Co. has bugs, but nothing serious and rescents throughout the en- the loss time on Wednesdaywill "pending further investigation," said the new budget would be the citizen-so& er in the Na- weeks agosuddenly.Prices .

Start July 9 low been bid awarded of $83,834 the contract for the on con-a the staff was enjoying its tire building including the make U impossible to get the request of a Gainesville adopted at the council's regular -:I tion's defense'*' Ian and said for economy had

modern new air-conditioned enlarged lobby. all late copy into the for permission to operate meeting in July i that the Guardsman has a dropped from 29.9 to 21.9 in a
version of three buildings
existing -
difficult job than his between
In Connection With more war company stations.- .
at Camp Bianding into a regular Army counterpart, and independents.
Summer Swimming warehouse for the storage of I since the Guardsman must (
What prompted it is unknown /
Program federal property. '1h discharge his military obliga- .
but the war ended actually
Work has already started on 1crr 1 tions, at the same time ful- late Tuesday evening when
Qualified Red Cross conversion of the three structures
r filing .his obligations as a citizen one major company began posting .
Safety "Instructor' x formerly used as motor -r 1 r in his home community.A the new prices that
vehicle storage buildings, into
brief devotional service night. As of Wednesday most
For Boys And Girls I the new U. S. property warehousing -
-r was. conducted by Rev. John stations had resumed the
\ facility. The new warehouse -
12 to 15 Years
:' -.M R. Brabham of the First old prices.
i will be for the use of -
Methodist Church of Starke.
: the U. S. Property and Fiscal :i "1. .r Birthday In June?
Officer of the U. S. National :,J, ex _s lT- Richard H. Jockel of Comp-
This Space Contributed Guard. di any B, tht'Bianding National Get Driver Permit

Guard unit, was among the
Weekly to Publicize 3 : s 24 graduates receiving diplo-
Correction! S ; mas. Saturday is the last fay to
t ri renew drivers licenses for per
Community Events by In the obituary, of Charlie ; sF! I Sunday's. ceremony complet- sons born in the month of
i ed 1,000 hours of rigorous
J. Powell in last week's TeleThe 4 __ -- ;,. I training for the officer candi- June. AH persons with birthdays -
Community af =s; & I this month should obtain
graph the name of his son. I dates. '
their license renewal at
George C. Powell of Rose- I Witnessing the graduationwere I
State Bank members of the second,r the County Judge's office before
berg Ore. was, omitted from i,
.:.... the list of survivors. .1 .. gceaes In Spacioss.J.obbl M "New_-014" Post Office Reo;;,ci'4udalll; ___ OCS class who here omp1er noon Saturday, ,


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i Stork Shower. : Miss Janet Nichols, '1 a Lifesaving i from the surface and swim, shirt, pants, shoes, skirt and
F --- two body lengths along the! blouse. For e.econd. and

For Mrs. GriderAt Bride-elect, Classes/ Set ] bottom i| third days, bathing sumo

1k ;; ,, ; Paiilk HomeThe Is Party HonoreeMiss 4. Tread water one-half should be worn under clothing

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For Juniors
,....,:,.:r J.:' y Dave Paulk home-on Janet Nichols, popular ;: rA 5. Float motionless, or rest :
i bride-elect, was feted at a delightful THE RIGHT POINT for the
with minimum
c ats. .oo PHONE 964-0651 Crosby Lake was the settingfor on mo-
Coca-Cola] party Wednacrlav Classes in Junior Lifesav- write. Come In andJUUT'
vement. way you
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I "'''' .1 aibciiiuuu" given" uj tog win abaib juuiiuaj 'stlect: KUIV -
Tuesday evening honoring I
The time for
Mr. ana' &&$. Egesett Per- Miss Barbara Colley enter- Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Miss Bet- t 9, and will be offered in connection BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH -
Mrs. Kenneth Grider, given the complete course is 15
t'rn\an.aid taiaU ol Betble-1!! ed the summer session at FSU ty Lou Wainwright, and Mrs.J. with the Summer, :
by Mrs: Paulk'and her daughters : hours. Those who successfully
fit. Pi, ;*QJ,, rKve: this'.and will: continue in the fall Reddish R. Wainwright the homeof Swimming Program conducted .
Mrs. Vernon the will be
weekend tti .sjjend; tw<* weeks to complete her nurses' .de- the latter. by the Bradford County'' ATHLETE'S FOOT
and. MrsEnrtn: Andrews. entitled to wear the Red
-UithJudss and. ,Mr?: E;. K.iferrjrmaruMr Arrangements of mixed Board of Public Instruction. I HOW TO TREAT IT-
Unique pink andblue baby Cress Junior Lifesaving badge.
; ,. and Mrs. Com; gree.Mr.. and Mrs. Royal Haw- in summer flowers were used to F The course will be taught bya Apply lut& t.driD T- -L Y.u fit l H
er Perrymaff of J.aSQntilleiU flower arrangements; Juve- Tht. first Day takebel4 t. check iteklnf, burning,, ,a
advantage m decorating points Qualified Red Cross Water
kins. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hed- hol- 'rh.a in 3' to days
nile containers such as minutes watch
'Jein, their Iwato Qver the rick Mr. and Mrs. Edwin of interest in the party rooms. Safety Instructor and: will be On the first day, studentsare Infected tkin\tloujh off. Watch healthy
weekend low blocks and toYS were asked to wear clothing ikin replace it. If not pleated IN ONE
Starling and Capt. and Mrs I throughout the party I The refreshment table was offered only during the first HOUR your 4S. back at any drag
Mrs. M. It LABS will leave C, B. Starling and families of i covered with a white linen I session of the instruction which they do not mind get- ,tor.. NOW at
A focal point was a
Friday for. -< & business : rooms. I ting wet. This should include DRUG STORES
& & Jacksonville, and Mr. and handmade cloth and centered period. i ALL
laNe stork holding a
trip', to ;Jffew York'city andwiuVspend' Mrs.W.,R.V Mathis of Gaines was placed on the"babv"Iwhich TV. with the same blossoms. Three of'the blue ribbon winners at the annual Zinnia- Students in the Starke area I

the fallowing' three ville were weekend guests of At the base were miniature Crystal trays, and compotesheld Flower Show' last Friday:, (from left) Mrs. J. L. Gentry, Mrs who wish to take the course ,

weeks with/Mr' ncS'14fi.' Tow Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. bouquets of oink and blue refreshments. 9. B. Hamilton, and Mrs Jessie Young. will catch the bus at BHS at A Case Record From A

M Beider at Ah uijPark.: N. J. Mrs. X. :M. Smith and child- summer flowers. Thirty-six guests were invited 7:50: a.m. Students in the

Mr.. and; Mrs., O,. ?, Swails ren spent the past week with to call between the Zinnia, Hampton, Brooker and Law- File
of- Camilla. Games were plaved during or'f ur' Show Winners Listed Chiropractors I
Ga. wart last her parents. Mr. and Mrs.I hours to fivethirty.The I tey area will ride the same a

Tuesday; ,,,dinner,____ puests of Mrs. Jerry Bolden in Opalocka. the fn evening winners; and prizes__ Homemade awarded -' hostesses ijsented the c.n.1.w! I bus that covers that area. By Dr. II. G. Bollinger I Ir.
'.B er th a '...can;.. the Mr O". DeWitt: of t "ft. gad ribbon.Div. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J, ThomasJr. I honoree with a dinner plateto U"'I t The simple oblectiye of the
Mr. .and Mrs 3. U Peek Jr. and family have returned) peach ice cream and pound\ her chosen china patternas State Farm was- declared i II [Horticulture] \ Junior Course in Lifesavingis l'' LTA Case No. 8812 :
had aa weekend guests Mr.alul cake were served; Sweepstakes Winner forthav House Plants-:Mrs. R. W. '
from a ten-day visit with a remembrance of the oc- to provide the students' with
Mrs. Cecil Walters The hostesses presented the Bryant. Mrs. L. V. I I Iskills driver 24 old was un
Sr of Judge! and Mrs. J. M. Snod- casion. ing the most ribbons 'ahhe Hardin, and knowledge essential A truck yrs.

.... Dublin, Ga Mrs. W.., H. Hol. grass in Scbttsboro. Ala. honoree with an "Infanseat" ,annual Zinnia-Flower: Show, Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., Mrs. i for their own safety while in I jon Dr. Bollinger loading a crate from a truck. A severe '

+ land and Dee Walters returned Archie Thomas will spend as a memento of the occas- Brownin Wasdin sponsored, bv the Home Dem- J. L. Gentry I or about the water, and I pain struck in the lower part of the back \ihlc1forcM him

with them for 'a month's: the next two weeks at Camp ion. onstration Clubs of Bradford \ Collections [3 to 5 pots]- to give them the ability to assist to walk in a stooped position. He could entirely free '
Immokalee. Twenty guests were invitedto Rehearsal Dinner County, last Friday at the W. A. Fox. in the event of an
visit.Mr. others I I of pain in any position ne assumed. The patient had sup
and, Mrs. David Montgomery attend this delightful af- I Dish Gardens-Mrs.
courthouse. Mrs. R. M. Cad- T. W.
and Mrs. R. W. Reese emergency. headaches.f. f
', Sgt. Tuesday Night 1 fered for some months prt'"iouslyith sinus i
and' family joined aJrinity dell received the "Best Hor- Markey. of this
and family of 'Goldsboro, N.c. I At the conclusion i 1 this
: Three Chiropractic adjustments were given patient
dinner party at the !
ticulture" award. I Vegetables-Mrs. H. B. the students should be
the weekend with Mrs. David Browning entertainedat course '
home, of.afd: Mrs w.. A. spent Mrs. Era WasdinIs I Hamiltan. j' and the back condition was entirely corrected. The patient ; t
Adam Green' and family, and dinner party Tuesday Other blue ribbon winners aware of the causes of acci- I
$21'Baldrr! ti- Sunday.Twentyfear also relief from the headaches and a general feeling t
oil Mr. and Mrs. Don Page. ComplimentedAt evening in the Garden Rest- were: Zinnias [llarge]-Mrs. R. M. dents around the swimming I reported

: tb -..zffafVMraaiid1Mrs members i enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peelerof Morning PartyMrs. aurant following the rehearsal niv. I [Artistic Design Caddell,. Mrs. DeWitt Sin- area, how accidents can be I Ii of well being \\hlch he had not enjoyed for many months \

of his to Mrs- Era clair. prevented and how someone 1
Jacksonville Sunday wedding
: were Arrangement using all fresh I
For further information the
V. A. Nichols
'tt and ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben I Era Wasdin whose Wasdin which will be an eventof cut plant materials-Mrs. R. Zinnias [mediumJ-Mrs.] H. in trouble can be assisted.
da tu.Janet"have I
turned Mizell. Miss lone Mizell of. marriage to David Browningwill Friday evening. M. Caddell. Course Eligibility
a Irpa a ten-day vacation Zinnias [small] Mrs. P. L.
.. in Houston a Cameron.' Jacksonville is spending tb be an event of Friday eve- The T-shaped dining table Arrangement using some I Dinkins [31. Boys and girls are eligible 426 N. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. Phone 964-2881 I\
Texas jrhere! theY rtslted rel- summer with the Ben Mizelli ning at 8 o'clock in the Mad- was centered with an antique ,or all dry plant material I to take the Junior Course if IJ I
ativcs nd friezids.LaTiyUoefierTeturnefl. while working in Galne iU3. ison Street Baptist Church, silver fruit bowl filled with I FNo blue ribbon awarded' : New or unusual varieties- I they are not less than 12 or
Mrs. R. M. Caddell, Mrs. J.
Co W. B. Scoggins underwent was honored at a Coca-Cola pink roses, carna tions"and ,Mrs. T. W. Markey red rib- more than 15 years of age, or

: ; Tues- surgery last Friday at the party last Friday morning at Bells of Ireland, flanked by bon. L. Gentry, Mrs. DeWitt Sin- if they arc in the 7th to 10th I Gas Genie i:

?; day after weft' in the University Jacksonville Naval Air Station the. Kingsley Lake home of two silver candelabra holding clair.Other grade inclusive, are in sound! says:

Medical' ;Center where hospital. Mrs. L. A._Canova. Hostessesfor sweet pink tapers. Garlandsof Arrangement using driftwood cut flowers-Mrs. P. physical condition, and have :; !
he underwent n operation -I No blue ribbon L. Dinkins, W. A. Fox i
t. : on Mrs. David Reid and fanily this delightful affair were Southern smilax were used .. completed the following requirements -
his' finger, mfcieh he broke rently of Jacksonville and M.S. Mrs. A. G. Loudon. Mrs. P. T. down the length of the tables. ''awarded!: Mrs. L. V. Harden.I R. F. Young. : THOSE! i

# 'Me' playtog football. Dolph Reddish and family Nolin, Mrs. F. J. Pellum, Mrs. At the center table low silver Attending the Children's Attending the Methodist I 1. Standing front dive, in ---- "":" 1 VrV

Mrs. H L. .Middleton and spent Tuesday and Wednes- W. D. Thomas, Mrs. J. C. candle holders with pink tapers reasonable good form. I
.Bible Camp at Polk City this Youth Camp in Leesburg this t
Mrs. W*' Dowling: of Mel- day with their parents, Mr. I Fogg, Mrs. Leola Roberts, and were decorated with ruf-. .week are Marilyn Bollinger, week are Rev. John R. Brab- 2. Swim 200 yards continuously i WHO..
bpurnfe'( wtiswpvernlght guests and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter, at t Mrs. Canova. tIes of pink nylon net, and Hitchcock I : I
Patsy Jackie ham Bobby White, Buddy
., Saturday of Mrs. W. E. Mid- Santa Fe Lake. I Summer flowers, with hydrangeas loops of narrow pink satin 3. Dive to a depth of 6 feet'''
Gloria Crews, and Garbett, Ana deArce, Betsy "
dleton. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish I and zinnias predominating ribbons. Bridal place cards Sheila Taylor. Matthews, Gerry Beth Mooty, I Ii i ( KNOW'i

(1, Mrs. Ethel' Warren of and son. John Arthur, were used to advantage were used to mark the seat- Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr., of and Jackie Hines. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson i

Palms CaWr is .spending several left Sunday for Los Angeles, in the party rooms. ing arrangement of the 16 have had as guests Mr. and 1 J r
Gainesville was visiting her Seaman Bob Smith, who
days with "Mr. and Mrs. to bring : The refreshment table was guests who included membersof i
Calif a prisoner. :Mrs. Charles Lawson and fa- \ USE i
mother Mrs. Lucile Davis, on has been home ten days
O. W. 'White Sr. covered with a beige linen the wedding party and out- on .
Wednesday.Rev. leave left Monday for four mily of Lakeland during the, ,
Mr.. -and Mrs. J. W. Ritch, 1 cutwork cloth and centered of-town guests. I Jor- ; ,
week and Mrs. Joe
J. H. Moncrief entered Al- months tour of duty in Guam. past I,
Mrs. Daisy Perryman, and achua General Hospital last! with an arrangement of pink Mrs. Wasdin and Mr. Bob Badgett Elaine I I dan and family of Lakeland: i i I
Miss Browning presented personal and Tommy Harley and Fran- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton
Jackie l Colley.will spendSunday for and blue hydrangeas and this week. ;
-'ui Blackshear Ga. surgery. 'I' Shasta daisies. Coca-Colas gifts to their attendants dur, kie! Tomlinson are attendingthe and family returned last !
Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
with' Mr..and: Mrs. A. M. Jane Dinkins and Diane were served: from a pink ing the dinner party. CYF camp conference at: Thursday from two weeks vacation Friends of Mrs. Tyler Jones'' natural gasIi Ii
Simmons spent last week in -
Moore: Jr. and family. wheelbarrow filled with ice Silver Springs this week. in Shreveport and New will regret to hear of the V
Gainesville where they atten-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Orleans, La.
Robert Myrick entered.Bradford ded the section of chips. Harlan Jennings is visiting death of her mother, Mrs. J:
: newspaper Approximately 50 guests cal- Richard St'udstill in Jessup Smith Jr. and .family of'Florala Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum,
; E. Wilson, in Brunswick, Ga.
County Hospital ,the fourth, annual high school Did know that 99 out of 100 hotel
: Ala. will arrive Saturday you and restaurants in the
between the
last i
appointed who vacationing
last Thursday after heart I. Ga. this week. were last Friday. Attending the funeral t
attack. a journalism institute at U. of hours 11 to 12:30.: Gerald L. Gibson, son of for a 'week'svisit- with Mrs. week, visited Rev. and Mrs. !1 in Pierson, Ga. on Sun- United States!!! use gas for cooking? Why is gas their choice?

.--- .-- F. Thte ,hostesses presented the Mr. and Mrs. ,L.. H. Gibson of; Lucile Davis.Little'Sandra" W. C. Frederick at Fort !i day were Mr. and Mrs. Jones, (Chefs who are responsible for preparing good food know

....rj brkierto-be with the creamerto Starke, was on the Dean's ,j- Louise Chitty. Pierce made a tour to Key and Mr.. and Mrs. Buzzy that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearanceof
: 1IIIiIr,. **he/ :chosen china daughter\ pf Mayor and Mrs. and' and : .. .-'I
t. patternas List during the past semester, : West South Florida 'Green.! < 'foods and they know It's faster cleaner,more dependableand

I ;" a remembrance of the oc- at the University of Florida. Randal Chitty is confined .in also visited :Mrs. S. L Rut- I Miss Linda Paterson of more economical Isn't it logical that you should snitch
j casion. David McKnight is spending Alachua General Hospital 1 ledge in Fort Myers. ''
I! Montgomery, Ala. is spending' to Natural Gas?
I from to for ,
two weeks with his broth- Sunday Thursday Henry Godwin has been a j, Wednesday to Saturday with

Li Jack E. Miller of the U. erInlaand sister, Capt. surgery. medical patient in Doctor's : her uncle and aunt, Mr. and 1

I S. Air Force is visiting his and Mrs.'Don Koretz, at Co-_ Miss Mary Louise Haines of Hospital the 'past three weeks. I I' Orleans La. spent the week- STARKE NATURAL GAS

BIG Values in QUALITY' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. coa.Mrs. ;Altamont Springs is visiting Sandy Loudon of Tampa is end with Mrs. W. B. Mundy
j ; MEATS and Miller for two weeks. T. D. Dyal has returned Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebranand week with her
spending this while enroute to the BaptistG.
Groceries Days A'Week' ... Open from Miss Linda Gunter of Des- home after three weeks family .this week. cousin, Harriet Loudon j A. 'CampC II CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301 ,

Moines, Iowa, who is spending with her slaughter, Mrs. Ma-

'" ,7 A.M. to9PM. I a three-weeks vacation rie McDavid, in Gainesville.Mrs. I ...

with her uncle and'aunt, Mr. J. H. DuPre is in Pa. \I

FLA. ,GRADE "A" and :Mrs. J. A. Christmas, was latka for several days visitingMr. II I

recently awarded a four-year and Mrs. J. C. Harring- H -

: :: Firestone scholarship for use
FRYERS ton.Mrs.
at any university of her P. D. Fancier entered i

choice. She was one of 28 to the Alachua General Hospitalon .1uly Discount pedals
', J receive this scholarship in the Monday for surgery. Mr.. .

I U.s.,,based on competitive examinations and Mrs. 'James R. Christieof

eflc and an A and B Baltimore Md. are here for

L average waugh, high school. two weeks to be with :Mrs! I

She will enter the University Fancher.Mr. '
!PER .POUND. of Wisconsin in the fall. and Mrs. T. D. Stroud j "

; I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Deas and and Mrs. Elsie Lyles of Jack- '
i "
: .1 I ; Mrs. Pearl Deas of Mayo were sonville, and Tate Powell Sr. :. CAPITOL LONG PLAY -

'I,Monday visitors of Mr. and and grandson Ray Powell, of -
SWIFT'S IIMrs. L. D. Green and Mrs C, Macclenny! attended the funeral ,t.,' .. ,
i i D. Williams.Sandra of Charlie Powell last ,

BO OG IA3 Ibs.' 99cLYKFS Hunt of St. Augustine Friday. l V V .'"

I is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Leonard Harris of Omaha : V .

Henrietta Hitat, thiS' week. Neb. and Mrs. Carl Beid-I. '' VVV Western Records .
Limit 2 Lbs. to Customer II :
Mrs. A.. F. Garner was in enhorn and children of Mason <
SLICED BACON lb 29 Raleigh N.C. from.Sunday to City HI. are visiting their I." (

Wednesday visiting relatives. aunts, Mrs. Cecil Whitehead, !, H,

Among those attending the Mrs. Dixon Thomas, and Mrs. I .. ... '.

MEATY\ "Big Ape"" convention at the Maxie Carter Sr. for several I.: : '. '--- ,

'NECK BONES lb, 1,21f2c Coliseum in Jacksonville on weeks. I, MONAURAL ?:Jqfi ; STEREO

Saturday were: Elaine Gil- Mrs, L. A. Shepherd of, Mi ,<-:'
I hooley, Kay Garbett Charles ami and Mrs. Guy Richardso .
Smoked" I I Phi'pps, Eugenia Ekard, Mrs. nof Crescent City were overnight -j $3 98 First One : \$4'98fFjr: ,Orie. .
Sausage Hamburger .
or .
.Lola Garbett Mrs. :Mike Gil- guests Sunday of Mrs;' C. : : '
1 .
.. hooley T C. Crawford, Free- W. N. North. '
lbs for A Second One one
V I Second
.3' ,99c I. man Registe' m. Margaret' Mrs. Junius Smith spent .01
Colson, Mrs. Robert Green,, Thursday to Monday in Mi- '

Georgia R Tomatoes I,: Mrs-Green Jimmy, Kathy and Rowe Mike, Marian Hitchcock stitute ami attending of, Laundry the Florida and Dry In-: $3 99 For 2 V . .: : : $4.99$ ForBIRCH ;,2rCAPITOL '

and Steve Tilley. Cleaners workshop and convention
303 Cans for,
2 .lOc Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of which she is chairman .

of Newton of the public relations ,
N. C. spent Thurs- -
With $5.00 Food.Order day to Tuesday with Mrs. J. r committee.Mr. i *SPEEDPLAYER : < CHANGER' ,

H. Fields. anti: Mrs. Charles Hol '
: Northern Tissue :
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graudon ton and family of Harrisburg;; : '

and- children visited Stanley Pa. spent Thursday to Tues' ; ,PLAYER
: Rolls for .
,3 lScr Wentling and Tony Mannia day with Mr. and Mrs. J. G... : 'T. .
i at West Palm' Beach Sat- Holton. :
on $24.95 Value
With '$5.00 Food:Drdec
urday and Cypress Gardens on Steve and Nancy Clark of $X44.95
'. .
Sunday. Eau Gallie are spending two:, ca4 .
:. Jim Dandy Grits; Flight Engineer and Mrs. weeks with Mrs. X15.95
George Friedman and family liams. /Ij!I '
.: W' of Mr. and Mrs.,Ronnie Stock- $5 Down
: .Slbsdor .17c Chanute Field, Rantoul, IlL '. I; 'lit :
visited the_ Victor F. Lambs ridge of Tampa were weekend.. .... :
} With{ $5.0a Food Order '
while enroute to Miami guests of Mrs.,Henrietta Hunt;'

':- Mrs. Arlen McKnight was in Visitors of ,Mr. and Mrs. Jlj r .
:r : /
.Mersey-sSugarTha'H Columbia, S.C. from Thursdayto A. Christmas are Mr. and;! .

V Monday to attend the 65th Mrs. L. F. Gunter and family i ,'::'<"" '
;'S 39 anniversary of the Columbia I of DesMoines Ia. for tot -

T Hospital School of Nursing on i weeks. Mr1 and Mrs. G. C. An-

;, : 'With $5.00 Food Order June 23.Danny. I drews of Marianna the past

t. Cowen spent the weekend, and Mr. and Mrs!

.. A. weekend with his uncle and J., E. Stallard: and son Mrj nDiscount lloue

; .Y"N''E" aunt, Mr. and Mrs;. Fred and Mrs. H. E: Gunter and, :

S Johns in Gainesville. family, and E: EL Gunter aII1. a: j'

I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ba- of Jacksonville. j '

: '' 1t randt of Barberton Ohio Midshipman W. H. Graham j .
'f ,CASH,( SUPERETTE were last Tuesday visitors of m and several classmates

: :617. WEST MADISON STREET ; Rev. and Mrs, Bob Badgett. from the Naval Academy 1ef\ Henry Norsworthy of Nep- Sunday for a three weeks

WGieFamily Stamps tune Beach was the Saturday, 'I trip .to V Port,Lautt .Mtrocct ..- ._ _ _ 112 EAST CALL ST. .. .
overnight guest of Mr. and Madrid Spain and parts of

I Mrs.. Guy Andrews. I j Northern Germany. i iW .. .. .. .. ,
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Luncheon Given |BPW Meeting I\Jimmy Brownlee I Miss Louise Stern

At Beasley Home Held At HomeOf IIs I Given Party |Is Honor Guest

for Miss LandrumMiss Mrs. Torode I ,i jOn 5th BirthdayMrs. ,At Two PartiesMiss

t Frances Landrum, Members of the Starke i 1 J. W. Brownlee gavea Louise Stern, who left
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 4-M51. bride-elect of July 7, was .w&j Business and Professional Wo delightful party for her son, ; Saturday for the Aspen Mu-

complimented with a buffet man's Club held their July]: Jimmy, on Thursday after sic School, Aspen Colo., for

luncheon Tuesday given by meeting Thursday night of I noon of last week on his fifth; the summer was feted at two

t a_ -- Bridal Shower Mrs. O. L Beasley and Mrs. igef**=3s -- & last week at the home of Mrs. birthday anniversary. :I I parties before leaving.On .

For Melva Dunagan J. W.. Kincaid at their homeon : T.m$ Pauline Torode on Kingsley I I I The party was held on the I II Wednesday of last week

N. Walnut Street. Lake with Mrs. Helen Harleyas Brownlee's large s c r eened Mrs. H. H. Adams gave a de-

r'f At-Dankel HomeMiss An attractive pink and white 4-id i__ co-hostess., : The president, I porch at their home on :, lightful luncheon at the River

motif was achieved in the Mrs. Bea Farber presided ov- Brownlee Road, where a nautical -I Clue in Jacksonville for Miss

I Melva Dunagan, whose summer flower- arrangements I er' the business session.A theme was carried out. i i Stern and six friends.
r : II
marriage to R Y'. Roger Ezell : placed in the party rooms. > : ; r -Y gift was presented from Red, white, and blue crepe: Mrs. Adams presented the

.1 will be an event of July 15,I The buffet table in the din- :. i ; the group to Miss Della Ro- i i paper streamers were draped' honoree with a personal giftas

was. complimented with a i ing room was -overlaid with I from the ceiling and caught ; a parting token..
.1t ', senberg, a member who was
lovely bridal shower Thursday'night
linen cutwork --
imported ,
an .. at the center with a cluster of!
:t of last week at the N cloth, and was centered with re-elected as State Recording ; -' balloons. The three-layer cake : Mrs. S. G. Denmark enter-

,. S. Dankel home on W. Madison an antique silver soup tureen Secretary at the recent state I i .4111 j centering the refreshment tained at a Cocoa-Cola party

Street, given by friends filled with '<. ing at her home on E. Call
r x nosegay arrange- >. a TJ Z'h JI convention. The delegatesgave !I table was topped with a sailboat .
I from the Madison Street Baptist ments of white stock and pink I I'I j with a figure five on the: Street.
the short skit whichwas
Church. roses. The three individual [Janice Thomas j sail. Cake, ice cream, and Arrangements' of zinnias

Arrangements of mixed dining tables were centered .' ? used to presentDelia at I Is Engaged ToHollingsworth I punch were served to the 22 and day lilies were used to advantage

summer flowers with zinnias with small nosegays of Pinoc- e the convention.A oungsters attending. Favors in decorating the
f I
'. predominating, were used to chio chrysanthemums with a : ',' candidate.promotion com Mr. I!I of balloons, baskets with'' home for the occasion.Mrs. .

advantage in decorating for ruffle of pink nylon tulle in m t mittee was appointed with candy, blowoutsand, minia.tI t Denmark was assistedby

this delightful affair. An ar silver compotes. Bridal place I r Mr., and Mrs. Ressie R. I
tistic S.,".: Mrs. Des! .Dial, chairman' 1 ture sail boats filled with j jj Mrs. Clyde Sincl tr.
fan-shaped arrangementof cards marked the seating arrangement -I ..'i-.,1' Thomas of Starke announcethe bubble gum, with the child's Thirteen guests called between -
.... 1 Mrs. Mildred Doyle Mrs. I j
pink hydrangeas, white for the 12 guests. I!
I 'g'- : "- engagement and approaching name on each sail were given the hours 1130 to
Donna Lee Currier crepe myrtle and greenery I The buffet was graced with Dorothy.;Milberger, and Miss I 1 out during the party homo. 12:30.
centered the buffet in the an antique silver fruit bowl i r t 1 T :1-; Madge Middleton to plan for j marriage of their I II ......
Harvey Starling dining room and was, reflected holding an arrangement of j i 11 I daughter Janice Theresa, to : Mrs. Brownlee was assisted THE RIGHT POINT for the
Yli future candidates for District by Mrs. Gent VanDiepen,
by a large mirror on the pink driftwood, Shasta daisies, : j x. I James F. Hollingsworth II, way you write. Come. In and
To Wed October 5 wall behind the buffet. Flanking and pink hydrangeas.The and State offices. i Mrs. Charles Buchwald, Mrs. select your favorite ESTER-
i son of Mr. and Mrs. James F.
the arrangement were guest list included Mrs. ; g'1 Reports were given on the iI 1M. G. McMillan and Misses BROOK Fountain Pea TELE
Mrs. Alberta Currier of Aw I Hollingsworth also of Starke.
two hand painted pink china Merritt Williams, mother of I convention by those attending. : Barbara and Sharon Davis. GRAPH.
Jacksonville 16
and Highway
candle holders with pink tap the honoree Mrs. I,. A. TaylorSr. I .. .. Sy
[west] announces the engage ., mother of the future I ,. ; mums, puffs of nylon net and ing the edge of the table wasa bourne, aunts of the bride; and groom left the.reception.
ment of her daughter, Donna ers.The I c pods of delicate
refreshment table was bridegroom,. and Mrs. Sam i 9rf pink grapes. spray of miniature' white.I Mrs. Goldie Bowen of North Assisting in serving were:
Lee, to Harvey Starling, son Pouring punch were: Mrs. J. !
of Mr., and Mrs. Lonza Star covered with an imported Jowers, both from.: Jacksonsonville. Lr A' 3C A. Budd Jr. of Jacksonville, : carnations and mums. I Carolina, aunt of the groom; Mrs. Willis, Chesser, Mrs.
cutwork cloth centered .
ling of Route 2. Starke. ,The .and : cousin of1 the bride; Mrs.!: The cake topped with lilies- .: and Mrs. Mae Jones of Jack ; Meed Lewis, and Misses Elis-
with a crystal punch bowl i The hostesses presented the
bride-elect is also the daughter f surrounded by daisy florets honoree' with a gift of silveras I i '. Charles. Sawyer, Mrs. Jim of-the-valley, and embossed. sonville, great' aunt of the sa Stefaneili Linda Kay Sale,

of the ia e Donald J. Cur- and fern.In front of the bowl : a memento of the occa i Ritch, Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake i i with pastel pink roses and,. bride. Patricia Humphries, Kathy

rier. stood a miniature bride dollholding I sion. I City; Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mrs. '' Stephanotis; was bordered Inviting guests to the Struth Jackie Colley Martha

The wedding is planned for I Gilbert Newcomb, and Mrs. M. with white tulle over satin bride's cake table were Mrs. !
\ a bridal bouquet
cen- Weldon, and
October 5th at 7:30 o'clock in L. Boone, of Portland, Ore and accented with bride's ro- Claude Crowson, Mrs. Harry !I Penny Hollings.
tered with a miniature orchid. Four Hostesses .. '.__,_ ... _........_._ worth.
Church. 7"U-
the First Methodist
Crystal trays, and compotesheld ; gon, cousin of the 'groom. ses and smilax. Balancing the Mooty, Mrs. T. G. Ritch, and I

Reception and dance Immediately Give Luncheon Inviting guests to the punch I cake were two silver candelabra -I Mrs. F. S. $mith. When the couple left for a
dainty, pink-iced cakes, Mary'Agnes Matthews Mr.Ferguson Wed
following in the Starke I tables entwined wedding to the mountainsof
with trip
.nuts and mints. were Mrs. S. L. Peek I garlands Keeping the bride's book

Woman's Club. The gifts were on display ,For Wedding GuestsMrs. In First. Methodist Church Ceremony Sr., Mrs. H. H. Adams, 'Mrs. of smilax and miniature car- were Mrs. S. R. Johns III, and | North Carolina, the new

in the bedroom ,where the I H. M. Richarde, Mrs. I J. H. DuPre, and Mrs. Clyde nations. The silver trays holding I Miss Patsy Nichols. At one end Mrs. Ferguson! traveled in a

Three Hostesses same flower arrangementswere i Lester Crews, Mrs._ Junius M. I The First Methodist Church' satin leaves, and clusters of I Sinclair. decorated mints were outlined of the table was placed a bone colored two-piece suit of

Entertain For ..: used. A bridal veil and' Smith Mrs. H. C. Brown, and I was the setting last Saturday 1 1I pearls attached to an ivory In the sunroom, the bride's! with a ruffle of nylOn'' Lohengrin] wedding candle silk linen with bone and white

bridal bouquet; on the Mrs. George I.. Patten entertained I evening for the marriage of Bible. The Bible was 'given-,io table was covered with a floor | tulle to which was, ; .attached j decorated with a large bow of accessories. She wore a cham-

Janet Nichols bed. served 'as;a conversation, I 1, at a lovely buffet luncheon -I Miss Mary Agnes Matthews: I her by her maternal grand, length white organdy cloth' at one side a small nosegay ] white satin ribbon, pink pagne-coloiea Cymbidium orchid -
hand Bob Gene The 1 1I. 'mother at her christening.An, over white satin of Pinocchio ,
piece. '. I Saturday at. the Garden I Ferguson. ; The. cloth chrysanthemums. I sweetheart roses, and tiny corsage.

Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. Guests were greeted at the I Restaurant complimenting I. Rev. John R. Brabham, minister heirloom lace handkerchief;, was edged with garlands of 'I ..Cutting the cake were Mrs. j flesh satin leaves and nylon Upon their reurn to Starke) ,

L. G. Powell gave a lovely door by Mrs. P. T. Nolin and Miss Mary Agnes Mat of the church..officiated I belonging to her maternal I smilax and caught at the corners T. H. Sladc, Mrs. G. L. Patten?j tulle. j i Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson will be

Coca-Cola party Monday presented'' to the receiving' thews and Bob Ferguson. The at the eight o'clock candle j aunt, was carried with her I with bows of white satin; Mrs. H. C. Brown: Mrs H. ;B. Jan Ritch and Evelyn Sin-1: at home in one of the Har-

morning honoring Miss Janet line composed of Mrs. Dankel,I 40 guests included members of light service. bouquet. ribbon .and flesh nylon tulle McLendon of Orlando, and clair passed out little white rington apartments, 33? North

Nichols} bride-elect, at the I the honoree, and her mother,' the honored couple's families, The bride, is the daughter, The matron of honor worea ,.with long satin loops. Center '. Mrs:j:. L. Middleton of Mel- tulle bags of rice as the bride Walnut Street.
W.pall of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lid- gown of aqua tissue taffeta
home of the former on Mrs. W. I ..
M. Dunagan.Mrs. 'out.f
their wedding party, and .
Street. don.Matthews, and the bridegroom styled with a scoop, neckline. '
Norman Willis invited of-town guests.
I 9 Roses, chrysanthemums, is'the son of Mr. ..andMrs. elbow length',sleeves '.>,and:
guests into the gift/room The'buffet table was cover
Snapdragons, and gladioli in .' Richard; Ferguson. molded. bodice. The side''and,
where Mrs. W. Jl: Dodd,"Mrs.J. ed with an imported cutwork '
pastel shades were used to advantage Wedding music'was''provided -., back pleats' of the be11'shaped
O. Gay, Mrs. J.TV Lawson, cloth edged with garlands of '
in the' party rooms. by -.Mrs. Levy A.- Canova,. skirt. ;were caught .at. ,the ,
and Mrs; Jack Siemer served greenery, caughtat' the corners SUMMER FASHIOH
An artistic' arrangement of organist! ,and J. William Shin : waist 'by a small bow trim. '
II as hostesses. Assisting in serving -; and center by'nosegays i '
the 'same blossoms was used : I, er, soloist. I I Her.-headpiece of aqua: !
tulle, ...
and curing for the of lilies-of-the-valley, .
to center the refreshment I The .double ring ceremonywas maline veiling '.attached to a. "
I guests were Mrs. Ewell Lawson ,- I and wedding bells. Centeringthe
table which was covered with : I performed against a background -j matching, taffeta fullblown
Mrs. ':T. C. Hazen Jr., table was artistic pyramid "
pink embroidered 'cloth., i of simulated magnolia rose' and jshe 'carri d"-acres-I ,
a I Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. R. 0.: arrangement of Christ : I '. ASSORTMENT
trees cent of '
Southern Huckleberry shaped
assistedby and .bouquet azalea
The hostesses ,
were I Dansby, arid Mrs. 'W. R Law- opher lilies, over which two ; i '
Mrs. S. L Peek Jr, in caring :, ,. interspersed: with jade.J I pink carnations satin: ; ', : : '
wedding bells were : DRESS HEELS
for the guests! ;. son.Misses' Donna Dun gan and the ceiling. The individual Lighted tapers in tall white'candelabra' leaves, and puffs of nylon I : :

The honoree was presented' were 'used pro-,j tulle. .
Hinson of Moultrie Ga. dining tables were centered ,
Judy '
'ana'pedestals holding The' junior maid. of honor
with a tablespoon' in her fusely, Values to $22.99
presided at the punch bowL with miniature arrange ;
chosen silver pattern as a memento I line arrangements of stock, and the bridesmaids, w redressed
white'gladioli and
Also in1 serving ments of
assisting were
of the occasion. gladioli, cushion mums, and'' identically to the.matron .
Misses Peggy and Martha greenery in bud vases filled I .of' honor ,and carried Now
Mrs. Pinocchio ysanthemums
Among the guests were Siemer, and Beth Martin. with green water. similar:'bouq ts. All attendants $5.77 Women's and
Myrtice Nichols of Starke, The hostesses presented the stood on either side of the al i .
The hostesses presented the .
white ,
Crosby of tar. Cathedral candles in wore short gloves.
and Mrs. Lamar.
I honored, couple with a hand *
honoree with a silver gravy brass holders flanked the Reception ;
Beach, mother
Pompano aunt of the bride-elect, andMrs. I I. ladle to her silver pattern asa painted, footed candy dish as communion table. The'reception, .thebride's Teens ,FLATS
the occasion.
memento of
memento of the occasion. a
parents, was.held', nth
Carl F. Carter, motherof The center aisle of the
One hundred guests were I a" Starke Woman's Club-
the prospective bridegroom. church was lighted by white
invited to call between the FergusonMatthewsWedding tapers, : mounted on, the pews Traditional white was' predominant .
hours 7:30 to 9 $$3.88
Marcia HaynesIs pjn. Party in' brackets entwined with 'j,'orations.Mrs. in the floral dec- _

smilax and satin bows.
Honoree Birthday Party Is EntertainedMembers The narthex of the church ., Lloyd J, Green and ,

was softly lighted by tapers Mrs. 'Eo,K. Ferryman.present ,
For Michael Davis
At Surprise'PartyMarcia
of the Ferguson-I in-in-seven-branched brass candelabra ed .a, program of music 'during

Matthews wedding party were I the reception hours, :
Little Da- decorated with mag- I
delightfully Michael Anthony j
Haynes was
-entertained at dinner in the : .
a The; bride, and goom received ._ .:,
surprised at birthday vis of Mr. and Mrs. Char- nolia branches.
a son
1 Pecan Room of the Garden guests in the lounge where ,
party given for her on her les C. Davis, celebrated his the wedding .Given in marriage by her -:
f Restaurant after the mantel held a '
16th birthday anniversary on first birthday on Tuesday, rehearsal last Friday night father, the bride had as her I, rangement one. side of;the I

i Sunday by three couples at June 19, when his mother occasion matron of honor her sister
Hosts on this were I mirror composed of white
the home of her parents. Dr. gave a party for him at their : Mrs. John M. Miller. Elizabeth I i
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson; gladioli, carnations Pinocchio ]
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., on home at 318 Lafayette street. parents of the bridegroom, Liddon Matthews, also: 1 ,mums and delicate pink

Santa Fe Lake. The 24 little guests enjoyed the bride's uncle and aunt, a sister,of the bride, served as roses. The mirror was outlined
The folk enjoyed and refreshments during junior maid-of-honor. Bridesmaids -
young games j !
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonof with a garland of simlax
swimming and refreshments. the party hours. were Shi Ann Smith Children'sMesh
Orlando, and cousins Mr. I caught at one corner with a
during the afternoon and eve and. Frances Landrum of
i and Mrs. Charles L. Meister, i large wedding.bell with showers : and
ning. Starke Mrs. Charles L. Meis
of Winter Park. ; of narrow satin ribbon
Helping to celebrate the occasion Have an old refrigerator, ter, a cousin of the bride, of SHOES .. ; LeatherFLATS
you The U-shaped table held and nylon tulle. White tapers ..
with Marcia were[ Mar fan or tools which you no longer three lovelyarrangements of Winter Park: and Susan Till- in silver candelabra'and magnolia .
ty Starling Martha Susan sorority sister, of Cairo
use. Convert them into cash man a leaves also decoratedthe j
asters stock, pompoms
pink roses
Ritch Bill Jackson), Marcia now. Phone 964-3101 and ask Georgia. -
With the
baby breath, and lea lounge. bridf $11-77 .
Whittle Hersey Hope
Wayne I
f. for classified. ther leaf fern. At intervals The bridegroom's fa'thers and groom in the receiving

Holliday, and Mike'... .Waters. along the tables were silver rved as best man. Grooms .line ,were, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews -
candle holders with burning men-ushers* were Thomas T. Mr. and Mrs Ferguson To $ 77'

; -' pink tapers. Long Jr. and S. Randolph the bridal attendants, $2-77

Johns HI, of Starke: James Middleton the
the 3 6 and Mrs. W. E. ,
I Included among
REVIVAL Weldon of .Jacksonville; Clinton i bride's' grandmother. J r
guests, in addition to members .
Coulter of Tallahassee, at the ,
Guests were greeted : Sizes'8/ -.3
of the wedding .party, aDd Charles'Osborne of :
,Gainesville. 'door by l1Ss'Madge Middle-
out-of-town guests, and
were [ Lighting the .candles I: ton, aunt. of the bride and
members of the Ferguson andMatthews' .. .
.were,, Tommy Huggins and I. Mrs. H. M. Richarde.. ,, ,', -

NEW RIVE{ I During families.tHe evening Miss .Terry Walters. Assisting Mr;;and Mrs.Matthews ... ." ....-:
The bride chose a gown of' the ,
as hostesses during ""! i. r :;
Matthews and Mr. Ferguson :
antique white silk peau de' evening were: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins '. ..,,.,.......', '
1'\' presented their attendantswith soie. Three large side pleats I Mrs. '0. L. Haynes Sr., j : LOS4 j .

_; : BAPTIST CHURCH personal gifts.Recent and twelve small pleats across Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. M-

the waistline at the back widened F. Brown Mrs. Carl Johns,

,r. ,..- Births into a billowing, full Mrs. L. G. Powell Miss Annie For Children

length chapel train. The skirt I Darby, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr:,

JULY 9-15 : : < ;I Bradford County- .Hospital was a modified bell shape with Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. SarahBunte'r. U. S. KEDS Out They Go!

: I announces the following a panel front edged from the, Mrs. Alice Anderson, ; .
'. ,J" : births: waist to -the hem with appli -Mrs. Merrett Williams, Mrs. P. F. FLYERS JUST A FEW LEFT ;i.; "

Services. 7:45 Nightly I Mr. and Mrs. James Mullis, ques of hand embroidered roses i i, J. F. McComb, Mrs. W. B.

.1 i Keystone Heights a daughter, and tiny pale aqua reset-; Mundft! ;> Mrs. N. .S. Dankel, SUN STEPS .

i Victoria Lynn. June 20. tes. The same applique_ edged : MrS.. Charles Darby Mrs. R. JARMANLOAFERS '
.'. : Mr. and Mrs. William T. each side of the chapel train. I II V. Turner, Mrs. Jimmy Rowe

I Williams, Green Cove Springs The rose applique and aqua i Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, Mrs. 'Canvas SHOES

SEFFNER, FLA. .. : a daughter, Siglinda June, ; buds followed, the sabrina;. A.-N. HoUiday, Mrs. J. W.. S

;I June 20. I neckline and came to a point Kincaid, :Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -

s Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman to accentuate the front of the ;j.I Mrs. R. F. Demorest, $

EVANGELISTJOHN La' :,tey, a daughter, I princess bodice. Her gown had I Ii Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Lester $1.77\:

Kimberly Ann, June 23. i elbow length sleeves land she 1 i Crews. Mrs. Paul McLendon, $$5.99

SCAFF Leader. !I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Parrish,! wore short white kid gloves. Mrs. George Huggins, Mrs. S. ... '

Song i Lake Butler, a daughter June The bride's three-tiered fin A. '"Weldon, and Mrs. Guy ,
i 26.
ger-tip veil of English illusion :: Sale
HOMECOMING JULY 15 I! Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks, was attached to a regalcrown Punch was served in the

Starke. a son. June 26. and'' auditorium from.:'two
\ I fashioned of pearls Jarge THE SHOE RACKACROSS
_ .' iiidescents 1 edged at the hairline tables covered with white organdy

; Dinner On The Grounds with a double row of seed cloths over white satin
I Have you an old refrigerator
pearls. Her only jewelry was and centered with silver punch
1 fan or'tools which you no longer -
EVERYONE WELCOME I use. Convert them into rashInow. 4 strand of pearls given to bowls on silver trays. Garlands '.

.. .. ." her by ,the bridegroom. She I I of smilax edged the tables Starke, Florida .' .
.t : ,, Phone 9(4-3101 and ask I .... ,.. .
.. lit '1. I for classified. I carried a cascade of bride's and were caught at the center. ) ;"' '. ,L.4 .. ,

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"" ,. Oleander Poison !I-..... Nazi LOAN BAXK" BOARD 69&This I in Starke, Florida, and I will
Horrors*, IXH. BUILD-I is being sold for him see the
; '\. ,. \VASHIXGTQX, property arrange p
I ce: : J" ;. Written notice of intention to pursuant to' the termsof the pro4rty.said .
Can Prove
Fatal J > WilliBe, Shown
;'i: ,;' t' appear in person or by: attorney. ''Final Decree and all persons I property is being sold
I''I to protest the application and j will take* notice of the provisions to"satisfy said De'e.V .
Botanist_ Warns : On Channel: FiveThe specific objectives to the application -i t of said Decree.This I Dated the 2a dar of June
,' ,V.) 1The I should be filed with the' property is personal property VI
Federal Home lyoan Rank Board Vat and at present is located in 1 I lL 1962.Special Master In ChancerY
( Abortive Decision i : graceful oleander can horrors of the gas cham-: least 10 dars before the date I the yard of C. Musgrove- near 1]F! :Mack S. Futeh '
:> I +-J r-: I. become a deadly ,poisoner if bers of Auschwitz and Buchen-! of the hearing. Any interested Hampton. Florida. and is in'j' Scruggs .& Carmichael
in person'' custody as Special Master. 1| P. O Box 136
person may appear : my
t : Now that 'the U. S. Supreme Court cause the witnesses swore on the Bibleto you don't respect its venomous wald, the suspension of laws by or by attorney and submit any Any persons desiring to inspect Gainesville, Florida
leaves. the Nazis, and the Nurembetg videme- at such hearing pertinent the"n..rtv i-efore sale j I Attorneys for Plaintiff
( ruled it unconstitutional to offer tell the truth? Already some the I S.U It
Jias a par- Actually, all parts of the trials are a few of the episodesthat to questions at is- will contact me at my office
sue. In -Heu of such appearance i ... ......
worcl behoofs abolish all school i
e2 in the public ents are wanting to V -
prayer 'be
.. common oleander are poison- will presented on film evidence bay be submitted \( --
seems as i if: the movement to'destroy observances, such as Thanksgiving, oils, according to Erdman at 9 p. m. Friday, June 29, on CHARLEY in writing. E. JOHXS ',

I Jhe last'vestige of religion in our's hools Christmas, and Easter because of their West, botanist and mychologist -i TV Channel 5, Gainesville. I PETE, G. FEUOS, 'M.D. V It lOa 1 0 C 1 k '& ego;
J E. HARDY happenedThe :
g f has reached the ultimate goal. religious implications. with ,the Florida Agricultural -: "Nuremberg," produced and I JEROME JOHN'SA

this ridiculous line of rea- Experiment Station. directed by the noted filmmaker I J. BARRV. MD..
: brought I
t The suit was : by a group XASWORTHYVT.
One oleander leaf is Pare Lorentz, is the last C. H. trade association In the country, the
will .
to its ultimate conclusion reporI
bf in New Park N. Y. sonig I I H. SLADEOL1X .
parents Hyde : .
ted documentary to be ." organized in 1862
to be
poisonous enough to I presented W. JnUTE United States Brewers Association, was
I who contended that the offering of the time come when the courts can revoke It 628NOTICE
m the current series VWFT
kill an adult. And the dry : "Lorentzon the same year that w-
prayer in public schools violated their all our rights, including the rightto leaves are almost as toxic as Film." in 70 minutes, the
I constitutional rights. The way things bring these anti-religion actions be- the green ones. I producer shows how Hitler's actions SALE r-1

I fare going, we're not surprised at anything cause 'the Declaration of Independance Picknickers are often seriously -\ led to World War nand that XOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY as GIVEN Special

these days but of one' thing refers to these rights as "God given"? poisoned after roasting I some of the horrible consequences Master, under and by \irtue of

And can the Declaration of Independence hot dogs on the ends of oleander of his aggressive programs. the Final Decree of foreclosureof
,we" can slill be sure. The men who wrote equitable hen heretofore- entered -
:the great document that guarantees itself be purged from our schools stems. And merely inhaling I Gavel Passes I in that certain cause
pending in the Circuit Court of
Tour rights were rejigious and prayerful because it defers to God and the Crea smoke from burning To Col. GriffinAt (Showers Failing the Eighth Judicial Circuit in S.. _
I -
f oleander leaves has caused and for Alachua County, Flor-
: men::Many prayers for divine gufd- tor? symptoms of poisoning. Rotary ClubCol. To Curb Heat ida. In Chancery, being Chancery -
Constitution Where will the whole thing! stop? V Xo 10424-C, in which American
were said
our I
over Floridians should be on Fire and Casualty Company -
:Before the final word was 'written.: This' latest "d cisionf' by the Sbpreme I guard for' the attractively disguised James A. Griffin, State Late afternoon showers failedto a Florida corporation, individually -

I It is, still true that most 'legislative j : Court of the l land opens up' vista that I poisoner- the olean- Maintenance Officer, Camp show up Tuesday after having benefit of and C. L.for Brice the is use Plaintiff and- .. ,.",. .. .. .'........4'.,. ,& 'V1 \ \
are' too fantastic and too Blanding received' the gavelas been in prominence during and John Boles, one S.... .
frighteningto der. Warn children never to -..-.: .' .. .. ,ii,
the state .
bodies, from legislatures V the past few weeks. Whether and the same person as John contemplate at this time. plar with strange plants or new president of the Starke 1 M, Boles, Virginia C. Boles and
I 'the U. S. Senate are'opened with prayer. this is a sign of 'drier weather ,
'regular I C. Mu Defendants, '
Surely flowers. Rotary Club at the >grove are ,
the of
framers beloved the Union
our : to that I, as Special Master In'' IN FLORIDA, citizens were evading the blockade
I ,C uld this fact, by any chance, make luncheon meeting Wednesda come has not been established -
Constitution would turn over in their :! 'but Chancery appointed by the i i I Navy, by using small boats to bring in essential weapons and
all their enactments-past, present, and Freeman Register Jr., retiring some observers seem to Court in said Decree-, under and i j! armies. After each successful
if they knew 'that the document supplies for the Confederate
graves think it is.Rainfall by virtue of the terms thereof. i
-futureunconstitutional? child repeated injections of president, gave an account -i V will offer for sale and sell at I|I, blockade run, many men celebrated with well-earned glasses
they wrote in blood and sweat and
of- his administrationduring i for the past week public outcry to the highest and ;j '
moccasin venom, and after a of beer. *
c Is it possible that the time will come tears would one day be interpreted to while the child achieved a the past year. ': ending Monday averaged .5"in best bidder for cash, before the

.when a criminal can demand and get. forbid saying a twenty-two word prayer practical immunity. Then, as There will be no 'Rotary ches throughout Bradford door Courthouse of the in Clerk's Gainesville Office in Florida the-II For then, as now, beer was the traditional beverage -

t, his conviction thrown out of court be to God due (County. Fall at the three on the lath day of July, of moderation. But beer means more than
: <<; Almighty in a school room. an adult if bitten by a moccasin meeting next Wednesday county towers 1962, between the hours of 11:00 1 enjoyment In our state. The Brewing Industry '.
( sickness would follow to the 4th of July holiday. reporting ,was a.m. and 2:00 p.m. the follow- dollars '<
million tax
las follows I contributes more than 25
: ing described personal property:

I :Rabies Warning Is Timely but not death.V* S S Post 56 Honors' New River ________ .90 o 1946 Ford:, with V8 Motor 100 gal Xo. tank 99T928702 -'I' our Florida hospitals each ,year schools- money and highways.that helps support' "S

Louis Hill _______ .60 and spray bars

With at least one case of rabies re- is a special lure to wild 'coons, with L We hear are that now certain suspectedof Insecticides Past Commanders Santa Fe _____----5- .20 19Sb F60V6H452S1 Ford Truck. Motor Xo..'l 1 TODAY,in its centennial year,the United States '

:ported in the county, and the pOssibilitythat resulting contact with people. being possible causes of At Supper Event Average fall ______ .56 500 Air amp.Compressor Lincoln Welder and Brewers Association still works constantly to assure

it might. have been derived from arabtd The bureau's advice to' all outdoors- cancer. For instance, one that The Florida Forestry Serv- lead cords'Caterpillar I maintenance of high standards of qualityand
ice reported two forest'fires' D-6 S/X 19502 propriety wherever beer and ale are served.
I coon or another wi14 acres
I recent warning issued by' the U. S. practically never become aggressivewith has now been banned and the at American: Legion Post 56 fed., Origination of one fire was Angle Root Rake blade SAX and Hyst.207-155 Winch ,

Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. rabies, but will' always bite when I old-time pyrethrum is suggested Tuesday night honoring Past{t attributed to smoking and oth. No. 11 Cat. Patrol 7G-250 -V
in its place. Commanders of the post, and Cutting Torches, tips and
:is particularly' timely. they are molested. t er to debris burning. *
; S S SWe've I I thp... npw1v.. installed: officers., tanks _
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The bureau spokesman said that "Von't try to catch or handle raccoons I Tota fires in tin yd.
had a feeling for along After the dinner ,Post county Phelan Lo Roy 1956 S-X 2163
;Kacoons may be the most frequen' or other suspicious wild animals," time that the employ" Commander Julian McRae since January 1 climbed to 15 D-7 Caterpillar S-X 3 T 19-
!85.I with 25 cable control &
: !source of rabies danger to humans in the warning says. "Throwing short ment of more and more 'deadly introduced the dozen Past :with 1,168 acres burned. During bull blade

Florida, mainly because they come in sticks or stones will usually drive the insecticides [Parathion, for t Commanders present to the ;,!1 the fires same period one year ago 92! 212 and Caterpillar all accessories Motor SOX Grader 1R

I contact with people more frequently animals back from encampments. If instance] was loaded with I 80 Legionnaires and their ( drought burned 431 acres. The May

S than other :wild animals. some aggressive or stubborn animalsare danger for human beings. And wives, who were guests on ]j most of was the responsible for I,
killed they should we believe that there have this occasion. !I in fires
not Te handled
The warning after residentof V and averaged burned. > Open7DaysAWeek6AiM.TO1OP.M.
came a )
been harmful effects sufferedby A report was heard on the :
Ocala. had killed a rabid wildcat along because the rabies virus can be' accident- farm people who used new three delegates from Starke''I

the Santa Fe River, and it was'deemed ally picked upon the hands or clothing.The potent insecticides that may who attended: recent Boys i!Singing Convention I

: possible that ,the wildcat may have safest plan is to avoid'al1 wild not become, fully apparent for State in Tallahassee. Lyn- ,

been scratched or bitten by a rabid animals whose actions seem strange in years to come. woodv Walters was elected a \ The Bradford-Union Singing -

V 1 'coon. It was pointed out that racoon any way-especially those who come up S S sheriff, Jimmy Smith was a I Convention will meet Sun-

contact with humans is intensified during around houses or other places where Don't get us wrong. We're major, and Jack M Comb a :i day, July 1, With Bethel Baptist -

f they're not ordinarily seen. There is all for progress -even for the member of the House of Representatives : Churcn near Starke. This

the summer months. usu something the matter with them trip to the moon. But is it while taking I is a homecoming event, and

V With the coming of warmer weather or'they would not act in this manner. "v possible that in our ,war with part in the. Boys State activ-: : all members and former mem- ;

; many more people will spend time, In the meanwhile the bugs, we are using deadly ties. bers of the church are urged
V I "fishing, hiking) and you can protect insecticides that are doingus Other matters discussed L to attend.
generally ejijoying your pets against the threat of rabies
: injury that is just now Tuesday night were 'the tllse There will be
: the out-of-doors. The 'ra this a sermon, dinner -
I coon. a somewhat -
summer by them
having inoculatedat starting to show of the Legion property for on
up. the
:*tfconstant brazen little 'animal, will be a the rabies clinic to be held Saturday S S SOn 'recreatIon ,purposes;' stands singing grounds during ,the and after-gospel Qpen Every Day 6 a. m. -- lOp. /n.

V companion, seen or unseen. June 30. from 9 a. m. to '1 j pi: m. at the a happier note, Alice erected in the new sidewalks noon. "All interested __
Fishin2along. .river,banks, or.lake\ shores power plant, in Starke., '-"- watched 'a hummingbird to be buUt by the State Road are, cordially invited to attend. -
through ouT strong field glas- p rlI lent, whereby flags S V
.U';; } yt's Too Hot To Worry, Anyhow :- ,. ses and it is one of the most V may be- Displayed by merchantS application DELICIOUS S 4 't'

I I amazingof Nature's creations. on 'holidays and. oth- at ten o'clock in the VI V V
forenoon- ,
on Monday, the I '
}: Since it's too hot to do much heavy tion of your health. I It sails obliquely through the I er special occasions; and a Room ty-third1-day of July, 1962 twen-, in I II

I i.i Worrying air like a biginsect, but at a dfscusslbn of supporting the 827. Federal- Home Loan
anyway, we can all take con Another twelve cent of the f Bank Board Building, Washing HAMBURGER
t gelation in the fact that a famous physician per cluster of flowers [red-color- BHS Band in its bid to" ton, D. C. Written notice of in
we worry about. are imaginary, | ed, especially] it darts with march in the Orange Bowl'Parade L j by tention to appear in person or
I recently declared that about 'one- and I attorney- to protest- the I
further application -
a ten
cent of them **
third per are incredibly-fast & : on ''New Year's day. and specific objections -
all the
: ailments 1" '
come to concerned to the I
with those who are well able ,* Commander McRae appointed application should

V his attention originated in ,the mind, to take care of themselves, and either Sam is continuing his Bat- the following committee Home be filed Loan with Bank the Board Federal at I .

rks a result of excess worry. do riot need .our worry, or do not want tle of the Garbage Heap with chairmen for the new date least of 10 the days: before the
I hearing.- Any
L To emphasize the fruitlessness of it. V Paddle. It goes like this: Sam year.4 Child Welfare, T. C., interested: person may appear S '

-worry, we should keep in mind these.' That leaves only aboqt eight carries a load of junk out to Hazen; Grounds Committee, in submit person any or evidence-by attorney at such and :
things:' cent of worries which the heap, a place off in a far John Grew; Publicity, AlI I ...hearingpertinent to the, ques' -
"* First-about any corner, where it is out of Crosby; Legal Affairs, A. tions at issue. In lieu of such
forty cent of
per the relation to reality. And while eight appearance, evidence may be LBS.
things people worry about per sight from our home. Faddle Thomas Jr.Refreshment submitted in writing. I
never hap-
cent of
our worrying may be legitimate watches, then later hauls the Committee, Robbie Shaller; V: Archbald J. Thomas Jr. !

pen.. IV concern about things that actually will doggone stuff back, piece by Program Chairman,4:** f fiiU I Doyle Stephen Conner George Denmark I _,
Second I
-another thirty per cent ofi..thethings happen, some ninety-two percent of all piece, and deposits 'it righton Haas. Other appointments Seeber D. Goodman .

we worry about have already worrying is wasted effort. the brick walK at our en- will be made' at 'the next Arthur Ruby Bennett Fred McDavid Johns

p t happened and are out'of our control- V Of course, it is difficult to convincethe V tranceway. meeting. John Eugene Arthur Liddon Torode"It Matthews "

t: Therefore, about seventy tent worrying type that this S SIt Commander McRae an 6-28 ,
per true, ., U. S. S. Good-Chuck Center Cut
'of the things we worry about have already and the non-worriers don't care isn't really a fair contest. nounced that there will be a -
:: anyway meeting of 'all post officers :NOTICE
happened or will never happen : Paddle has youth on his side .Notice is hereby given that ROAST PORK CHOPS
the Friday night. the applicants listed below have 59'U.
fo.,. are, whenever you worry As for the rest of us-how abouta [he's only a puppy while applied to the FEDERAL HOME
that you are ,simply wasting moratorium LOAN BANK board for permission -
yourS worry until fall? Right Sam's nothing but an old NOTICE S to organize a FEDERAL 49c 69c
;:time and contributing to the deteriora- now its just too hot.Farmer's hound dog :and: he"has oodles "Notice is hereby given that SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCI
WA the listed below have
applicants ATION
to be
_._ ...,. ,. ____ located 1 n
V -I--1- -- -- 'of time.Small wonder he's applied to the Federal Home STARKE FLORIDA. .
Loan Board for permission tI "A hearing will be held on
winning the Battle of the organize a Federal savings the application at ten o'clock
a prevented by taking "shots. loan association to be located I : in the forenoon on Monday, the
Diary There were a large number ofother Garbage Heap!! j j I in Starke, Florida.- ,I twenty-third day of July 196%. SMOKED "
V 1 dog owners 'in this section I ".-\.. wUl be held on the( in room 827, FEDERAL HOME S PICNICS : _

who also had their pets I -
By Sam McGaroy '

: V V V .i i inoculated. i IT'S ALL. FRYERS -- 6R. 'A' .V-' 1flc
of .
day the year and there is S S S "t
I ,
plenty of time after dinnerat Incidentally Dr. Mullins V

4I I night to work, out in the said the state health depart- SMOKED SAUSAGE

garden or yard.. Or' in the ment had 100 coons captured

early) morning tOo: the most: in the Ocala national forest, '-

beautiful, time of the day. and then injected the animals BRISKET STEW '' :
S -ie'
with ,live rabies serum in an ;

A positive case of rabies experiment. Sixty of the 100 J! '.' WEINERS '
xwas found in the Lawtey area died of rabies soon afterward, -- V

The current season proves i and two persons are under and the health authorities are ,

:that the new tobacco variety,j treatment' with rabies vaccne' -j checking against the possibility -!

Florida 22. can stand severe :: ,There_have been a large: that the remaining 40

'drought conditions. Was in ft&eld number'1' of:wes of rabies built up an immunity through
of it last week that had ffcund'in i1 d(animals in this long exposure to the disease:I CHOPS" '

no irrigation during the two- I general'area arid It was fear- However. humans and farm Ij j BACON LB. 39 fl :End Cut : 'L-1; 9 c

:znonth long drought, and the ed that cases of It would be animals have no such immun- ,

''plants 'are "pretty," with an transmitted to dogs.Veterinarian ity and rabies is a real menace S '

Average of 22-24 leaves per S S S V I "IjI
Tilant. It will be ,interesting to Bob Mullins S S SAnd t! ,

V see how this new variety does I held a rabies clinic in Law- speaking of immunity, I

"wv yrtefc tax tte auctionITets. m .t- tey Saturxiay and' e toot'thA "Doc" said the Seminoles MS- n SPARE BIBS 4 :

I opportunity! to have our dog: ed to build up'strong -resistance :

.... S Paddle inoculatedVterrible against the to'poisonous snake'bites) 4, .

Dus s week we had the lon..aest.1- disease, which, can be in this way: They gave each, SAUSAGE L' ;
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# each week for four tonserutire Deputy "ierk

P) Home Demonstration. ; In Top Spot I Place: \ ,. &, IV,' \ CllUTIT nt'j'E ,TO co t DKFKM:RT..:UUAOk ) COU TELEGRAPH.weeks in the CKADFOUD., LBX SEAL-OREBX.Attorney _
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J : Notes : '" Of Midget League I j In City LeagueGarden John I\ C..CII.\lls.%CEnl-. 1S63. CHARLES A. DARBT,' Surl. Florida, .

t:41: byDOROTHY I t -Plaintiff.VR. Clerk of the Circuit Court. J-5S It 7-13 's
Starke Builders Supply defeated '' Restaurant defeated Case Xo. 13-115 ..
ROSS Ann A\ene DavisPefeortunt I- -- -
ri 1 ...r I {cafe Community State Bank Raiford State Prison 11.1and ]! ,
i Home Demonstration Agent 12-2, and Florida Pest Control 19-1 in a doubleheader'I' NOTICE TO APPF.IR GLASSth t's Our Business"If
To: Ann Alene Davis, whpse ,
I 8-7 to take over first place mow Pitch Softball game last rwMewe and address Is UN, It's Glass We .-Hare It"
the office secretary, ,i r gY in the ppcond half of the Jaycee !j Sunday afternoon at the )pri- j KNOWN. VISIT;
Goodbye Mr. Roach I I j You are hereby notified thata CALL WRITE or
The girls learned to use the I Little Boys League. I son. I suit for divorce has:\ been filed GLASS NEED
Complaints have been made FOR ANY
the'! against in the above
electric and In other games during In the first game Cliff you .
recently to the office by sauce pan electricfrv named Court and cause and you V
week Community State Bank Ofiffis wa* the winning pit-: I required to of CO.
housewives about the battle' rAn by preparing chocolate i ", are serve a copy SHENS GLASS .
fnttgei e unset! John's Oil Company 7-5'' fhr. nitchins! six hits. while jour answer or pleading to the a
they are waging with roaches corn meal waffles complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
spark ''''I and lost to Brooker 8-7, Florida Rill Epos M the hitting with Lex Green, StarKe, Flor- NOT INC.)
in their homes. We hope the ; flan cakes, and batter'! : : (
t Pest Control defeated three for three. : ida and file the original in the "
f"aq Glass Co.
following suggestions will help'' I Brooker 9-5. Rowe Ditched the i office of the Clerk of the Circuit "Formerly Joe Peters
you control these troublesome Gail M Kinn .v. Gilda Graham | Jimmy ,I Court on or before the 39 We Design i Modern Store Fronts
The first half of the season second game allowing only 'j
pests. They are also destructive find r.oMtz.! Rrvant will between I : day of July 196:: otherwise the Just Mail Us A Pattern, For
ended in a tie two hits: while Kenny Terrell I
often damaging fab- side thocp ipmmstrqtion later i r allegations of said Complaintwill I
Johns Oil Co. and Florida to lead the Table Tops
i : bad) two home. runs
bfore their club be taken as confessed by;
rics, book bindings, and, other --"C, wor.. pro the recipes mem-. I ,1a Pest Control and a sudden:! ;; jThese I Ihittprs. i }'OU. !I 1313 N. W. 4th PI. GainesviJle. Fla. Phone FR24353VALUABLE
materials. They leave filth, : ....
i -
and Bj M.r Din Does death game between these i I two wins,sive Garden )
may spread disease germs. two teams will, b e played Restaurant 24 straight] -- J
The Two cims Aunt Jelnima'cIran'ake I
German ,and
Thursday_ June 28, at 5:15.: victories this year without a'
banded mix. one-fourth cun \
cockroaches may have i
I' winner will be the first
' I loss-
two or three generations a I I Aunt Jemima's' corn mp< l. j jI i ion II IIf r 1 I half Champions. : ? j t tI tI I LESSON !

year, but other kinds take I f -ha1f tposmon onion salt. I
I'I'i .. ... .'. t Puffs Win 13.12
i 1 tpaennnn: dry muttard: r : Standing
about a year to develop from onp- ---------------- --- -- 2nd Half W L GB

egg to adult. half tpttg.nn I enrlic salt or Starke Bldrs SUP .20 Over FluffsThe ,
I B Rifle Team
The German roach usually II powdpr. pod one and one-half Company I Fla. Pest Control .1 1 1 \ ,

does its. damage in the kitchen (.11"1 wltpr. ; Brooker . 1 1 1 Puffs:' scored one run

and bathroom, while the I Mix insrr'ipnts in the ornbovp Fires In MatchesShown :, Com. State Bank 1 2 1% i ii i nth (" bottom 0 f the

t brown-handed roach may, be lier Wpinm DiD and i.John's Oil Co.. .0 1 1% : AvPl"lt.h to give them a 13-12

found all over the house. t frv in dppo fat at 375 degrees to .,ietrrv over the Fluffs last.
Jordan selected parti-
above are members was
Leading Hitters AB II Avr.
rFl for two 'w three minutes. ,
the Girl's Soft-
Sanitation is important in Werlnesciav in
of the rifle team of Company cipate in the tryouts foe: the R. Smith: Big Sp. 23 12 .522
C"11 Meal Waffles j
controlling roaches. Don't B, 748th Ord. Bn., which rep- National Matches team sent i ban came. ,tI ,
JJS. Waters Pst C 18 8 .444
I leave crumbs of food lying Use corn mead mix. Dirp *sented the 48th National annually to.Camp Perry, Ohio I I I Both teams have split a.
R. Edwards Big S 16 7 .425
tions on box. Cook in waffle ,
around with each other andslaved
over night, or dirty
by National came
Guard Division in the annual the Florida: Guard. Johns 18 7 .412'I
iron- Fuse tuna or chickenin T. Chastain
dishes. Store food in tight theJ'ciding'? game
Taliaferro Trophy matches at These tryouts 'are also heldat I I
a creamed dish waf- G. Hamilton P. C. 22 9 .409 f
containers and:! keep garbagecans fro Camp Blanding on May 27. Camp Blanding, and Jor- ,I Wednesday night.CocaCola p
covered tightly. Left to right: SSG. Virgil don placed high, but missed
Fill small holes and cracks Chocolate Fudge Jordan SF4 Travis Alvarez, : the Camp Perry team by only Classes Available I Loses floors Inspect and bags walls or of boxesof the ,...One"'t.,Ps can condensed s"mi-fiwel"t. milk,,1-1"0-4 SP4 Sammy Warren [scorer 1. three points. (!For Trampoline To Lake City ,I
Back row: Capt. James Blood- :
Teams from Co. B
food brought into the ii"i e 1 cup choH nuts, i :And Tumbling ..
**.' 1 tpasnoon' vanilla, I woith, 1st Lt. T, A. Hebert pate-regularly in these matches I The Starke Coco-Cola Lions
house. : I I : coach], and SP4 William held at Camp Blanding. 1 I
and Tigers lost two to
Trampoline and tumblingare Ii games
Apply the correct insecticide Melt chocolate over low i
I ,.... II Dampier.On and the public is invited to Lake City by identical scores
to places frequented by !>*. tn" jn! condensed_ : ruilk.MI two the many activit-
the basis of his performance observe the local units in this of 5-2 Wednesday afternoon,
.J ies that are now being car- I
roaches. Chlordane:! dieldrin, 't'I'lt c and vanilla, Pour ,

and lindane are effective. tnt o: w.-sM, 8 x R n=
The use of a _residual spray" let ,..,..1 for sevr! "T hours I' :; 6.- Playground' between' 9 a.m.I I High School field. Millions have already .learned tnac theres

will kill roaches for several Wh"n firm, cut into small -'or camp Monday and return and 12 noon, and 1:30 to 5:30: Both teams will play Lake in the bank-
days or weeks. Applications: ...x.npegi I Friday. The ,camp is Cherry ., :> ....:,. ,fat.. ? x > every afteinoon. I City next Wednesday at Lake nothing money

will need to be repeated. j fin+,k Pn r.ltf' i Lake and it is located 8 miles'_ ... t-;'( ,., Classes for trampoline and I City. for safety, plus availability,plus earnings, plus :'

i north of Malison ,. tumbling from 3 to 5 !
One and one-hslf= milk, : .t are p.m.
Avoid contamination o f' cups ,.4t'-"i: : ....'Wt'G., Tuesday and Thursday i CARD OF THANKSWe \ service, plus helpfulness. Save for your progress
food, water, and coowing, and 1 egg, 1 tab'e" ion lloui'l or Mrs. Boots Green, Mrs. ai '. every i
: ii'f .iJ.Ji' .. i
... .. afternoon. at bank!
II and special projects our
eating utensils when using. : melted shortening cup,AuntJemirna's James Edwards and Miss Dor- } I wish to express our I .
othy Ross will the : -, ..,. Members of the two classes
Insectici3es.Store : i I Pancake mix. one- accompany I' heartfelt thanks to all our
I! fourth cup Aunt Jemima's girls on the outinsz. -' .- '-,,..f start in a beginners group and friends for their many acts of
chemicals out of it ...: move to the advanced
.neat iI ,"""ok' ; kindnesses during the loss of
reach of children, pets, and cornMix I 1. Y"i" group as soon as they improve
Rebels ,;..; loved God ble3seach FLORIDA
irresponsible people. t I I Ingredients: in the order -' Leading -" our one. May
< their skills.Mike
.. \.t of The family of
above. Pour 1 tablespoon t' 1 y u.-
For more information, we Mixed Bowling '- Hitchcock teaches
I batter for each pancake on I Albert Moody. .. ... _. .. .
I ., -
will - : ---'- -- -- -- --
be glad to send a trampoline while Emily Ty- ; ; -- : : ---" -" -or .
I .. i- t7. ":
... ...
flY pan and turn once. Use With 11 WinsThe -'. .T- 'It, r# ,",
bulletin on roaches. Call 964- : '" ler instructs the tumbling 'B/''IN"'K ",1, iEArRJ _
2865 or write box 267, Starke. some kind of. spread or jelly.., d classes. I TilE RIGHT roi-VT for the __. _ -_:. ;_ ? i It. "_ ,,{ { jJ, __ __ __ __ ________ _
f Quickie Demonstrations 4-11 Camp Rebels continued their All persons interested in way you write. Come in and
I 4-H girls have been busy winning ways by defeatingthe select your favorite ESTER? One Of SO Banks Ojf The Florida National'Group O Member Federal Deposit! Insurance Corp.
4-II these activities should be at
girls met Monday in '
StrikeOuts 3-1 last Friday BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE'
packing their, suitcases and : ,
the Home Demonstration office f the next class' and register.
night in the Summer
with Miss Alice Jones of getting their physical checkups : GRAPH.: .< ,, ..... ,,' ,
; -
-- -
Mixed Bowling ---, : "' ---- -- :- <
in preparation for League. -i.i : : ; ; :
camp ,,
Florida Power & Light Com-;' Statistics -;-- -
,I next week. ;, Leading the Rebels to the I
pany and Mrs. Anne Green, r
Around 30 girls will leaveBUCK'S victory was Charlie E. Johns e
with games of 164. 156, and On'Alcoholism

201 for an average of 174. t Cash Talks
If the population of Brad- at
: Gene Coble led the Strike 'On The Barrel'

tR'.Mff1.' ; If Outs with an average of 171 ford County is representativeof
the state,. of its .
', < ":::. around 370 ,
r. '-
.;j.! :1fttGHJ,:,':>,i,<:' 'The. KeystoneKats had to residents-including some 60 "
fight hard to take a 3-1 vic- women
P -are victims of
tory over the Tornadoes. The Y holism, according to ErnestA.

"Kats" lost the first game by Shepherd, administrator of Bottom Dollar
48 pins, but rallied to take Florida Alcoholic Rehabilita-
the next two and win total
tion with
Phillip Johns Program headquarters -
pins 2225 to 2224. Vernon Buff I, at Avon Park. I

Open Days -. 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. led the "Kats" with'a 152 average -j Catches Big Bass i Shepherd's estimate is based :

while Freddy Stevens :formulas obtained from
had' a 161 average for the Ladies First Quality
Phillip Johns, threeyearold national studies and a survey Mens

FRESH FLA. 'A' Tornadoes.In i son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome -i conducted in Florida by the

the final game the Bottom Johns of Starke, is late Dr. J. M, Machlachlan

Scooters won a neasy victory j justifiably proud of this six- former head of the Universityof NYLONS TRAINING

ft' FRYERSLB. over the luckless Un- '! pound striped; bass that he I I Florida Department of So TOYO

, touchables by a 4-0 score. i' caugth on a recent fishing ,,, ciology. ARP officials have

.., The Scooters were in top form i! trip with his daddy in the'! applied these formulas to FIRST

: as their team had a total average -;i Oklawaha River. They. were : Florida population figures released CAPS QUALITY PANTS3c

.j 29c of 153. Bill Nelson led I! fishing foi cat fish with, in the 1960 census.
the Scooters with a 177 average -i crab! meat bait. "The number of alcoholicsin REGULAR. 49c

p. while Buddy Elliott I Florida has climbed to a 29c ELSEWHERE SIZES 2 6
The striped bass is a migratory
I had a 159 average for the lost new high of between 140,000 ,
fish that comes
.-lb . .t ers. :I and 150,000," Shepherd says '
PORK CHOPS down from Maine to spawn i!
59' Neoma Nelson had high He cites Florida's 72 per cent

!| game and high series for the J in the river.Garden growth in population since

-lb' ; Ladies with games of 144, 1950 td a level of nearly five ; PAIR.
168, and' 171 for an average Team million citizens as' the major 13 9jc iuci i

: of 161. I factor in the increased num- ,
Wins Slow Pitch
j '
+; SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT : StandmgsV L GB I ber of alcoholics in the state.

WEINERS r BOLOGNA' 49' >! Rebels . . 11 1 I Double Header The national total of alco-

,[ Strike Outs . 7.5 4.5 3* holics exceeds five million,'

Keystone Kats .7 54 I Garden lestaurant.defeat_ more than the population .of
SUNNYLAND PICNICS lb. 29'' : Bottom Scooters 7-5 4 ,Community State Bank 14-3 Florida. '

: Tornadoes _; "" 2 10 9 and Pine Lever 183to take : Florida, by virtue of its explosive MEN'S

Untouchables .1.510.5 10 ,over first place in the City population figures, THONGS
I!! glens HUh Average Softball. League with 5)' wins now is above. the' national
WITH FOOD ORDER : Bill Nelson,. Bottom Sctrs 171 _and no looses.. I i state average of 107,000- alcoholics -.j ji ,,

:i Gene Coble, Strike Outs. 164 Brooker downed Stallings.. and leads the south-- i, CHILDREN'S ANKLETS

Jim Dandy Grits SIbs. 2SC Charlie E. Johns. Rebels 158 18-15, and then beat Natural!! em states*, which average :

James Norman Rebels. 150 Gas 20-5, white StallingS'beat about 97,000 alcoholics each. :' LADIES
Cabin. Home Meal : Natutal Gas 95.. I Shepherd'' points out, how- }
Ladies High Average .
that the state's rate of .
Neoma_Nelson, Btm Scts 142 In other games Williams ever
Jewelry beat )i Lever 6:5': alcoholism is not necessarily ;:
June Norman, Rebels. ... 134 PR'
V.AN.CAMP'S-No. 2ft, Can Mary Jarvis, Btm Sets. 131 and lost to Stallings 4-2; and I higher than the, national average ,I .5 9

PORK & BEANS. 4cans- 99c Rachel Buff Keyston Kts 118Men's .I' Natural Gas 14-5. while Pine I "Slightly. more than' half of 37c' T1'4.
i ,Level won their first game of. i iI
Coble Strike High: Outs Game 218.: Gene]j'I the season 7-6over*. CommunityState .. .. I,six percent_ of the users are: .

,ROYAL t' "Bank.STANDINGS. I coholic beverages, and about:

'LONG BRAIN RICE SIbs.' 59c' :1 Norman.Ladies Rebels High 190.Men's Game. : June('!I Garden Restaurant.. __ W 50, _-.qBi- I j. six destined percent' for of alcoholism the ucers," are he ,

: Series Bill Nelson '1
High : .; *
: 'Stallings' Trk St .,51 % i i it CHILDREN'SBOXER
GA. RED TOMATOES cansS! ; 153. 182, .210 for a 181i Brooker- . ....... i Z J.H I; :thtt.ARP administrator de- I], .

i average I_Natural Gas . 343 j,, fines an alcoholic'asa .compulsive ,
f' Ladies High Series: Neoma 'Williams Jewelry. 343 I II drinker a person : '

With $5.00 Food Order : Nelson 144. 168. 171 for a ]I Ii i I I Community Bk 15 44! ''. who continually and uncon rapes

PET MILK -.8 tall ,cans $1 !i 161 average. trollably'uses' beverage alcohol; :
I v excessively and develops a, .
Red Sox Gain'First I .
Senior Citizens pathological dependency on
FAB"' regular siz - 25 Place In the beverage.. (,; They're Plastic .
; :Enjoy Games '
; Small Fry Loop The Florida. Alcoholic Re-:! SHORTS

KOOTJTY KIST' |At Monthly) Meet habilitation Program is a Prints and Solids
I The Red Sox the Pi- state agency created by the ,
I -
PEAS or ,CORN ,2 cans 29C 1: The Senior' Citizens met rates 20-16 and defeated the legislature in '1953 to treat j, First Quality Size. 2-6 NO LIMIT -

last Tuesday night at the I",Yankees. l -17 last week. to Florida's alcoholic. citizens'and ( ,
i Lions Club for their bimonthly I to work toward the control -
POUND BUCKET SUNNYLAND8PURE into a first place tie
move _
$.* ss ': social gathering I with the Pirates in the Small and prevention'of:the in-;:, PAIRS

LARD i The club members played ;Fry Baseball League. I!I I ness by engaging. in educational ''' ,3 :c S

: bingo and' then ended the I In other games: during the i i and _research activities: 9

LONG GRAWBICE57'' ;ven ngltb card. games,;'week the' Giants won a close i i iL f The'Program maintains ouU '

: ; checkers, and dominoes.' Refreshments L decision overthe Yankees--patient r clinics in Miami Tam,, : ,
:1i FOR
- were also served. }.:,21. and the Pirates. defeated; pa Jacksonville< and,, Pensacola FOR _

: Meetings are held on the the Giants 2120.STANDINGS I and an inpatient treat-j,

'first and third Tuesdays m W LGB]: ment center at. Avon Part,

i ,BUCK'S GROCERY MARKET!( : each month ,and an citizens Pirates -v.f ... 5. 1 .? -: More than 5,000 patients have < YOUR CASH TALKS -AT' 'BOTTOM DOLLAR
--- ---
I(been treated .t ;
50 yearsof age 'and over are ;Red Sox .-. : :\. 5 .1:- <- ARE facility ,

Half Mile..North Of City Limits-.U.S. 301 : welcome to attend' the raeetj Giants 243 ,I ies since the first clinic was, !; r
: :: ::
; .. .
j ings and become a member. Yanke .. .... .: t e' 6-5'- opened sewn 'Jean-- agoJ


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5_ 'S .I SeasonIs by the May drought brought
.. The 5th Of July Six Years Ago II : -- S Barbecue Set Crop about poor yields for some

At Sampson Lake Drawing To growers in the Brooker area.

Wasn't So And Peaceful : T1c .; 4 '
Quiet' :1:1It S S SS Boy Scout CampA Successful Close

McKinney Cemetery
I $ Lt '.
was a rather sleepy hours. Bank employees Immediately I barbecue will be held at Although season total figures Meeting On 4thThe

Thursday morning .in Starke : began compiling the Sampson Lake Saturday afternoon have not yet been compiled

July 5 six ,years ago. 'Merchants loss and officials were. unable 1 1962 has been pronounced one
1 at 2 o'clockin public is invited to
had just opened their to give. an estimate. starting of the most successful cash

stores at nine .o'clock that They_ said the robber took ey- observance of the recent I crop seasons in recent years in come to McKinney Cemeteryon
July 4. There
morning some still stretching 'e denomination of bills avallable. opening of the new camp of the Starke area.Cucumbers .
will be singing and dinneron
I and yawning a bit after a ranging from' ones to Boy Scout Troop 257 of Jack- peppers and corn
l SALE! the 1ds.
.t quiet Fourth of July holidayat hundreds.. j S __ Sa sonville. all are expected'to have good grou

I one of the lakes the day Bank President 81: L. Peek t gross totals this year on top THE RIGHT POINT for the

before. Jr. stressed'that all the I -a :: -wa Bradford County Deputy i i of a record strawberry yield. way you write. Came in and

Police. had labeled it a l bank's deposits are' insured.' : Sheriff Williard Williams I.j I Not all growers have had the select your favorite ESTER-

"quiet" Fourth of July.It :and no bank patron will suffer P- U committeeman of Troop 257 ;same experience this year, however BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

was an unusually quiet loss. The only immediate said that a cottage has been according to J. R. Wain-I Ii II GRAPH.

morning for unaware towns- effect of, the robbery was that 5.' I IS i wright manager of the Starke f r rI I
Compare ,
our price on constructed on the property,I '
people, of starke- but only the. bank ,opened 30 minutes I I Farmers Market. The belated I FREEBRAKE
and around 100 Scouts from. INSPECTION
III' for about ten minutes longer. later than, usual Thursday.Forced I : June rains which broke the I II
Jacksonville have already been WHEEL BEARING
Over at the Florida Bank Window drought were spotty in some

your size tire. now! employees were in for some Peek described' this series: participating in field training ,cases deluging crops while oth-i iI Shorty GARAGE atALLEN'S

fireworks and excitement not of, events: I there. The one-acre site was !ers were withering. But most .

planned on. They were to open The armed,robber broke Into made available through the areas received enough moisture 710 Alton Road

30 minutes late that morning the bank sometime in the S 4' to provide good growth.
cooperation of Rayomer Inc.I
although they hadn't night..He forced a back window Generally yields were good
k 'known it. which faces on an'alley ..,', and W. Hogan Smith. Williams -I with prices good to fair. iI j ji Green's Cafe

\ To anyone on the street the without breaking. the glass. ,'.' :t't said. The committeeman I --- I

delay and the reason for. it When bank janitor Dan _E'''' << expressed special thanksto I i At the BrooKer Farmers I Ii :

was. not apparent. Thomas entered the bank ---- .. ..,._. ,jtt 0 Nealy McConnell Jr., field Harrell reported -. Brooker, Fla.
I I'I -- ---"' ----I .Market, Manager .
What was happening inside about, 7'aon.. he was..threat supervisor for Rayonier for were I
I that
some crops
t .. :' 'I the bank? ened by the armed youth and Mucho ,Melon his efforts in this connection. : still moving into the marketS : Now Serving

The best description of events tied up,with adhesive tape. Williams said that an invi- and probably would continue; DINNERS

that day'can be taken As the three other male tation was being extended to until as late as mid-July. : SUNDAY

from the July 6, 1956 issueof bank employees entered the Forty-two pounds of "summer ambrosia-of-the-gods" is local Scouts to attend the M. 8 P. M.
I Outside of the record strawberry -: 10 A. -
the Telegraph reportingit building each was bound with hoisted by Leon Dicandio who grew the giant-size Congo barbecue Saturday afternoon,

follows: tape. ,These. included Peek melon at his would also I crop string beans have,, Home-Cooked
as .', -, farm Just east of Starke. Like many other growers and that the c&mp !!maintained a fair price to: Complete

Billy Epps and C. E. Hem- of unusually large vegetables, Mr. Dicandio gives chlckeu be made available for use by with mostly good
walL. fertilizer a large amount of credit for the size of this speci Scouts from Starke and Key- I MEALS$1.00
HOLDS ..upSTARKE :yields.
Women Not Bound I stone Heights. I St _
BANK The robber did not however men. I A late cold season followed

Holds Staff I,Captive tie up four women em- Cecil Field Host flight physiological center I
ployed in the ,b n1C. He held with its suits
And high
Makes Off With moon-pilot i
Undetermined Amount them at bay with threats.He At Big Air Show altitude pressure chamber and

: waited until around 9 This SaturdayCecil jet ejection seat trainer will

"A lone unmasked robber S a.nL. when the time lock maks be open for inspection by the
armed with revolver held entry into the bank vault ij
a Field Naval Air Sta- public for the first time. Nine-

captive the staff of the Florida Possible, and forced employees tion, north of Maxville is going teen different types of planes, i g
Bank at Starke Thursday to open the vault.
all-out: to celebrate its I including all of the Navy's
morning d made off with He stuffed money from the ,
10th birthday anniversarythis major jets, will also be dis-
GULF NOW ONLY' an undetermined amount of vault into a pasteboard box i played. 20 Words or less, one time _________ .95 Memorials, Resolutions _---__ 56' per word
Saturday-and the pub-
money he found in the bank, and lic is. invite to join in festivi- The air show featuring the U[ not paid in advance __________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, 59 words -.._- %..50I

The youthful stick-up man taped the box closed before i Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words .--_.. .-- 50 per word
Blue Angcis and'Chuting -------------
CUSHION_ $$14 95 was described as white. in leaving. He left the building. ties.The famed Blue Angels jet Stars, a parachute team basedat I I Each additional word over 20 ______ 03 Display ads In Classified _____ 1.50 per inch
about 9:10 20 minutes
his early 20's. dressed in black a.m. i I
[ precision flyers, and theNavy's Pensacola Naval Air Station -I
sport shirt and jeans and before bank opening time. ;
1 ;
TIRE newest aerial demonstration will get under way at :I ,
relatively clean shaven except Escaped UndetectedNo -- --- --
team the Chuting 1 The Chuting Stars FURNISHED APARTMENTS:
Plus To: and Old for need of a haircut. He one,was able to say how : p.m. OCALA NATIONAL lights water furnisned.
Stars will headline three- in from
a specialize jumps
750'x, 14. ire from. YoUr ar. wore no disguise. the robber escaped town FOREST I Inquire Bullinston Studio or
hour air show the main feet free-f .lling some
as 12.500
The police pick-up order since he was not seen to leave. : CAMPSITES I''po I' 32i. west Madison fit. Uchg
attraction of the day-long two miles,. while performing
said he was about five feet One bank employ, however, 80 x 100
house. acrobatics criss-crossing, and i
nine inches in height, ,had said she believed she saw the : HASTINGS MATTRESS
Rayon, tube-type t Nonskid detignBlack Station officials predict that 1 passing batons in mid-air. $198 Cash or
brown hair, and wore. adhesive youth on Wednesday. the day & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
I will visit $20 Down $9 mo. Read The Classifieds!
Tils left forearm. before robbery, when he some 150,000 persons ;
tape on
sidewall .. Wide flat tread I the in- Funeral ServicesFor 710 Lemon St. Palatka
sprawling' 16.000-acre
Police theorize. the tape was was, riding:a motorcycle. Access to Launching IF YOUR NAME
af Minimum'warranty on Gulf. .Cushion Rayon Tire-12.months; used to conceal a tattoo. 'The.Florida Bank of Starke stallation, which is one of A. A. Ramp on Oklawaha River. FOUND AMONG THE Furniture Repaired.

flult Cushion Nylon Tiro.-15 months minimum warranty- When he' made his getaway was' established over 20 years four' master.jet aircraft basesin Dyal ANGUS HASTINGS CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Upholstered &,Refinished
t '
it sllfhtly higher.. price.. at .Q10'Thursday; ago.-'This is,the first robberyin the U.S. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
morning Tuesday AfternoonFuneral
. -- Saturday's celebration will Box 140 Fort McCoy Fla. AT THE TELEGRAPH
weekend.crowds: were':already : its history. Innerspringsand

i *AMAZING GULF GUARANTEEIf busily milling; .on I S Events to happen later the.I mark Cecil 'F eld's 10th'an- services for AlbertA. SEPTIC TANK cleaning and OFFICE FOR A'FR E Box SpringsDrop

,for Mjr.rtuoa. (except''for malicious willful, inttnticnil, or IIII\li\ down-town streets after what, same day proved that the, young, niversary as a full-fledged Dyal. 71, were held' at 2 p. feed line service. Joe Forsythe, TICKET TO THE FLORI- Us A Card or Call
6 imrjnttea(PIt your minimum Cult,brand lifetime tirt when does used not for prove noncommercial serviceable for purposes Its entire, you police called a "quiet" Fourth' man had the right ani unt of naval air station. On June 30 m. Tuesday at the graveside P. O. Box 184. Lake Butler DA THEATRE. PALATKA' EA 5-9166

are entitled to M adjustment as follows: If the cause is defective workman of July. money $28.000 but chose to the 1952 the facility located on I.AU., "Qo.,,,,u.....,.,, a 14'0.. Pcmotorrr"".............., _TTp_v, nrne n__ Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. S "' luvn .1I ..ft..
\shi, or material, you will receive a new tin without ctarie. If the causa the. FBI. The the "Makvffle cut-off" to : 4tp 6-28 IU\AJo: ;U.iJ1701t
IS.any other reason Cult will repair it without charge or offer you a Bank Insured Wrong company- : a resident of .Orlando, where WANTED Elderly lady to l\IRS.I'EGGY SHALLER.
f new tire,' allowini credit for that portion of the purchase price Federal agents who evidentlyhad Jacksonville became a naval 24. FOR RENT 2 bedroom nicelY -
Since 'the bank is insuredby he died on Sunday, June live in my home at Keystone
represented by,the unused minimum ;
piaranteed life of the tire.
5 ,ending 11year. furnished house car-
the Federal, posit Insurance the robber under surveillance air station* an Mr. Dyal was born Oct. 31 port and large utility room. Hei hts._ References, required.
previous to the crime status: as, an auxiliary Contact R. J. Winzate phone
Corp..the Federal Bureau : in Brevard County, He was a For adults or with an infant I
of Investigation 'was moved in on him quickly, returning air station. Its commissioningalso member of Holden Heights child. No pets. Inquire 733 N.' 3596. 2t9 6-28 FOR RENT-2-3 room upper

Jimmy Moore'sSTARKE called immediately into the all but $200 of the gave,this area the. South'sonly'm Baptist Church, and Cocoa Thompson St. tfchg FOR SALE- Desirable residential apartments. 2 sleeping rooms.

stolen mcney. .ster jet base, and one 'Lodge F. & A. M. FOR RENT-3 room furnished lots close in. Terms. lawn private entrance and
case.Bradford : busiest in the Floyd Green. Phone 9692942. bath. 403 N. Walnut St. Phone
TIRESALES Sheriff P. D. Red- All-in-all it was a hectic 5th of the airfields upstairs apartment. 400
: "' Surviving are his widow 2tp .6-28 : '
of:July. world, with an average of Water St. Phone 964-7692. i 9643151.. 2tp 6-28
dish -
; broadcast
immediately a
r245 W. Madison Ph, 964. 791 16,000-landings, and ,take-offs Una M. Dyal; one daughter, tfchg.MORTGAGES YOUR OLD WATCH will Mis. P. D. Fancher
22-county 'alarm, with wider '
,.;w." L look-out ciders to be put on Proof Of AgeIs per: month..' Mrs. Josephine McConaha; a make beautiful the down new ,payment Bulova a FOR SALE: Seven Room
Mortgages available to build
Among its civilian employees brother, Dave Dyal; and three house on acre of ground in
state and national,wires later. Dahmers Discount
Needed For new homes or remodeling.
residents of House.tfchg center of Lawtej with swimming -
,The FBI launched its investigation grandchildren. 100% Loans pool and plenty of

I within a couple of Security, Benefits Starke ,surrounding. trade Funeral arrangements were LA RUE CORPORATION FOR RENT Unfurnishedhouse. shade. A-l condition. Will

'll..n..__ 40_ _____ __I.I_____.&. area.From S ._ _I_____ .S ,.,__ '[]' .. ,1i1I, .,._ 400 W. Aa Madison-Phone n1I Also furnished andunfurnished consldertrade.. _for_down payment -
auiuc w piuye ,, the time, the gates in CHaigc U.I.iUIJ' "'AU'" &' vot-ooti. apartments. Desirable pnone 782-33oi. Law-
age is one of the reasons for are thrown open at 10 ajn neral Home of. Orlando. Rev. tfchg location. Reasonable tey. 4to 6-28
having to disallow claims for 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Saratoga summer rent. W. H. Nollman.
.? : until the apen house ends at W.,M. Dunagan. pastor of the 24-HOUR A DAY CLUB ,[Alcoholics -
Heishts.! Purchase equity 510 N. Cherry St. tfchg
old-age benefits to
: according 5 pjn., visitors will have to Anonymous meet
S Street Baptist and assume VA loan. Pay-
John W. Spann Jr., managerof move at !a rapid pace to take I ments $56 mo. Or will rent. FOR SALE-3 bedroom house Monday and Thursday nightsat

: u-, the Gainesville Social Security in all, the attractions and dis Church. officiated at the services Contact Owner. phone 964- 1 on one acre lot in city.':Reas. Keystone 8:30.: Heights For details

Office. "Proper advance plays. The newly completed here. 5842. tfchg onable. Heat attic fan. All 7-5
preparation," he said, "would Mrs. W. L. Blair tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. .
help to reduce this problem." tfch FOR RENT-3 bedroom Unfurnished -

Mr. Spann mentioned that FOR 2 bedroom RENT-furnished Kingsley house.Lake FOR SALE-Lake Front ison St. Phone house.964-1834.456 W. Mad tfchg

records made shortly afterbirth i 2 Twin Bed Sets $9800 By week or month. Phone 782- Lots. Santa Fe and Lake

are the best evidence. : 3061 or 782-3861. Ask for Mrs. LocUoosa. Terms. Guy Andrews I WE DON'T

j /t __ This includes birth and bap- Reddish. 3tp 7-5 phone 964-6811. tfchg Sell you we help you buy.

tismal certificates, family BI-I YOUR CHOICE I FOR SALE COLONIAL FLORIST Good selection of new and

ble and hospital recordS !I Ready mix concrete, concrete Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. used 8' and 10' wide Mobile

.:-. There are many other sources 'i One 9 piece set including round mirror beds, springsand I block piers fence posts, sand I Flowers wired any place. Flow- Homes.

_" _; .'_ by which a person can establish ''I with cement,mortar mix rock,steel ers for all occasions locally. LAKE GENEVA
I One 10 piece
mattresses-Complete. ,
'\, his date of birth. Some oyster shell, limerock and roof Phone 964-6291. 508 East Not TRAILER PARK

:z ,, ;: i; of those' more readily avail- :, ,Double Dresser complete with,springs and Mattress- I gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg St. tfciu 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts

.1 able are Federal and County. < Bradford Engineering Co. on Route 100

census records, voting registration i. AVAILABLE NOW FOR S tfchg
4\ a records school records '\ es.DINING FOR RENT-Cottage over RENT to desirable parties, attractive -
\I. ) water Kingsley Lake By weekor -
SUITE spacious duplex a-
NOW OUR HOME'S. .... f..,. employer files children's birth i ROOM gg month. Phone 863-2311. partment. Unfurnished- W. I FOR SALE-4 hp. outboard

A3 COOL AS registrations marriage licenses tfchg H. Nollman tf chg Royal motor. Can te seen at

'% and old insurance poll- :, Has China Cabinet, Table and Chairs. Red Alvarez Servk Station.
2t cies. Other include' S Benton Futch
: proofs 21. Lu's Tavern _
'I at Kingsley
,:. i ,'.\ \. SS World War I Draft registra- Lake. Salary room and board. BE SURE to ve WORLD
: : % tion records military discharge -! Itchg FOR RENT3 bedroom. 2 BOOK before I yin any en.cyclopedla

; China Cabinet $ bath unfurnished house. Will M. A, Payne, your
papers, passports, immigration - $40 LOST Raincoat royal blue. ,
redecorate to suit suitable beLl
naturalization : representative; since 195*.
KEEP YOUR :FAMILY HEALTHY AND HAPPY WITH and light blue. purple and green tenants. Phone 5332122.2t Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfch
files, and labor union records. floral design with plain blue
: i chg 6-28
/ FLAMELESS YEARROUNDS "Documents must have been i lining. Please return to Mrs. .FOR RENT Furnished a"
S R. F. Demorest. 2tp 7-7 partment at rear of store 321
made out," Mr. Spann said, i iI home.
FOR SALE- 4 bedroom
"several' years or. more ago to ; 2 bath large utility room.

electric --condftioning be form es on of much the make material, invalid.Any part chang-"of the j I''I ChiImCabinet .- -.. -: $$50! i LAKE house.5391 liams.or By 2 contact bedroom week.Merritt Phone furnished tfchg Wil-964- Phone teparate screened Acres. 1126 964-1001.front West dining porch.' Madison.Lot room Uchg 2 i; NICE Santa 2981.residential BUILDING Fe. Also section 4 acres LOT east In on tfche good Biz of

For a list of proofs write I FOR RENT- Nice brick.cot- southskte School on Colley Rd.
Low-cost Electric Air-Ccmdh"-f) feeat rash...and also helps prevent to the Gainesville Social Security 1 tage. corner Call and Orange. PEYTON FLORIST See Billy Jackson Central

is now the best buy under the IUD. mildew caused by excess moisture Office 411 S.W. Sec I Phone 964-6491. ltp 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Truck Lines. tf chi

in the air. You shut out disturb- ond Avenue Gainesville Fla. WANTED 2 doz. Pullets PHONE 9S4-4155
Justthink entire family can
: your can I Ii i 17ip.JV - - $$40 Hampshire Red. Plymouth GOOD USED Ranees and re
e joy uM airJftftlutWwt'DI. street noises, too. S and request "Instructions on!. I rocks or Leghorn. Phone 964- NIGHT 984-SS91 or 969-1122 !r terators at prices you can

"vacation climate" at home for Required Proofs. "If you 'are 6491. ltp DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe aftprd. North Florida Supply
And Electric AirConditionuig Wire Flowers Anywhere 412 E. call St. tfcbJt
thrifty year-round not certain as to whether the '
much less than you'd pay for .nO days or .Sf
e. ** is'really two comforts *. document you have is accjpt- Silvertone Table' Model a week. Gertrude Carter 909 tfchg

weeks away, in one...cools in summer, warms in able. bring it to our office. N. Church St. Starke. ltp I chine.1961 ZIG Mates ZAG Sewing Ma-
FOR RENT 3 room aH button holes
Cod comfort is .only part of the winter-cU front one compact unit. We ,shall be glad to advise FOR SALE Trailer. boat electric eouipted- apartment.To monograms. sews buttons and

story. Ool, filtered dohnnMifod air you" Spann'' said in conclu and motor for $275 with all single or Christian couple. makes many designs. ,Guaran

is both healthful .and refreshing. Flameleas, dependable Electric Air- sion.. S REFRIGERATORS $$30 up fbht'= equipment free. 615 N. Phone 969-1545. tfchg teed. Take UP 5 payments of
S Lafayette. Phone 964-7044.
763. Write ASJC. Drawer A
Heat-caused fatigue and tension are Conditioning is tried and proven... 2to 7-5
FOR SALE Starke. ,tp 7-12
eliminated. You,come ,home from enjoyed by a half-million of your All Seems Quiet GUARANTEED Need a Used Refrigerators $29.95 up.

work-to a-cheery hello. Filtered air ,Florida neighbors. Now is the time On Police Front rood used refrigerator: ? You Used Television 129.95 up. PORTABLE SKATTN0 RINK

,, S that is free from dust and pollen to see your electric appliance dealer or I GAS' HOT WATER HEATERS can get a guaranteed refrigerator Convenient Terms. Free de for sale. Excellent condition.

brings relief from allergies.Lowered jiTfbCTiiJitK vPt contractor for bet- S Local: police observed that all 119.95 up at Western livery. Bullington Appliances Plywood subfloorvK. B. Tre-
I Auto Store in Starke Itchg
100 West Call st. Starke. Fla. fry. Monticello. Fla.
terms. was quiet so far this week on Telephone
!bumJdiiy safeguards) inters frcra terrthan-evtf values and easy "
Wrmaa 7-2210.
both fronts-eastern and W CITY POUND 1 male lIp>>.
t WM do<<. red Uh colored with WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- Joe Wallace
tern. i SMALL DEEP-FREEZE i white soots. Owner mar have ber any amount in lakes
'Whether it letdownafter swamps creeks or ponds. We
S Jj was a i 1--v ldentttv1Tlv flqv4W .AvPf WANTED

)Q ?Pflameless.; 'tft last ,week's two fracases -f I II I H.!nir wt and board. Contact will deliver cut to and Starke.haul AS.C.or TOO Timber can- clean electric TO console BUY -sewing Good
(,ltv Police. Itch
in which three Starke machine. Must' be 'in good
r ffA"flt.lOOl" Co. p.o. Box 163. Starke.INSURANCE
men mauled a Lake Butler man mq PENT Fumi h*d 1 S 8-dtchg condition- and reasonable. W.
:, : FARR'S BARGAIN CENTER S ww3YfyWv5 "uD''x R'4rtmentI S. TerrY. Keystone Heights
t S 0 and four others were .jailed I ttnu-ttv-lv' ( ..nrtA81. pond 1 phone 4269. itp>>
IL1R1DA'POWER&: LIGHT! COMPANY : in a, stabbing, or if it wu Ih1w.h'd t". h< th. 1eiP"t 'e at reduced rates.
.. :. ... a. just a.quiet reprieve before a j !.;r .i1kiies. South-Highway 301 ..Inep" drlv-AV. :p- Auto. Fire. Boat. Doyle E. WANTEDAWoman day cook
_, _._._.___.Ss._., .,,_"_ ,S ._.... iLflH. 'UIL., -a .rui9A, .-.0> 55 5 t S "glorious fourth". arrives, officers -1 I nO r Apartments, phone a<<4. Conner Insurance" Agency.. waitress and curb girl. Apnly

t- i'HvRit i ':..,: ",..... :.s: <.- ,;:. ..; S S. _........._MI4.i' -_ 15 ",. ;.,.:. U 'did:not know.' 1 5'5'... I 5744. Itch Phone4501'. tfchc in person Herb's DOve In.1tpr

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II Fun Fore .1. iliWl', . tf..'::t ;. lp./' ; : ;1.. $..].';,,i 1 1 j! 6, ;;;,:i ii. and. milk;.. Experienced as newspapers thieves .,.: ,, 1 I 1
{er<: :b*: R'g.'L' :;;%;" : ::?' r.x.avy .N.'AA' h ::<
.. orf the lookout for
are .
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t s"y. 0 : QfY A. :! : i1\f !. homes where these items accumulate : \
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y Z"...1,::,.( ........'..,...<<...:..,......(J. L'' ""' '!r. :: you are going to be away a'
> > ;: ltY';' g. t: long enough for your-grass to ,\.
a. /
;;,fir 'z :.. ,;.. grow noticeably' during your .: GENERAL ELECTRIC
t % absence, to have it : i'Y
Heirey Sharpe :
y ;
uo' "' p tt .r a+ k. 'r
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d1" y .., p .7 mowed. .
rYhi f .*.,
f i yr++ Arrange'to have mail \ Y \
your 'c iF
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Hibiscus are opposite from k' h4 > held. at the post office for

,.p P w S' bargain-store clothesthey nvN your return by notifying the ;

-c,q+ don't fade with the summer' 1 t 4 ::i .: C s ,,. ti rAi branch office which. serves ..
3 y '> t"q's""', w ;a.' your particular mail route. CQr1
fi sun.To
r. insure that your mid- Make certain electrical ap ; ; fir'.
summer garden will not takeon a> ( pliances' are unplugged and Z, Z7:vd
a faded look plant one of gas' 'burners turned off. \
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the new giant-blooming va- ; 'Leave most of the blinds

rieties now available from : and .shades open just as z
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your local nurseryman. Color y you would if you were at ;.i a,
+y t
from these flowers will spar- a j? lM> ).4. Y 'vn. ..y.RsvQy v H ?s.. o'IF home. A tightly shuttered! t rt.

1 1If kle during' the hottest days. house is an indication no- .

The new varieties Plush body is at home.

Summer Scene at Klngsley Lake- -- and Plume were developed by ------ '.'_..' ......,, ._.. ., ?__A'""""""'"'"" ."'..... I Leave an unobstrusive light I
S. E. McFadden Jr., ornamental burning, or install one of those ,
Quiet. Holiday? I horticulturist with the University Paul Newman and Eva Marie Saint in a scene devices which turns a light on

of Florida Agricultural from "Exodus" which opens Wednesday, July 4 at at night and off in the daytime -

Experiment Station. the Florida. :
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Plush and Plume have been Leave a key with a neighborfor -
1 Holiday Advise--Be Alive"After" plants that will thrive here.
I jUdged as the most eye-ap- VACATION TIPSA use by police or firemen ia ,.
pealing blossoms from a groupof In hunting for a new look an emergency. :

6,000 plants representing 30 in hibiscus, Mr. McFadden few .a 0 /
precautions taken before "And, finally as you are
j Fourth Of July''I different hybrid crosses. keeps only those plants that you leave can help safe- leaving the house," Holloway iN 2 OX

i Fine hairs cover the scarlet will tolerate a wide range of guard your home against vandals urges, "lock all the doors and .
8-inch petals of Plush, giving soil conditions including moisture and thieves while you are windows behind :you." ,
Families of this area-those day depending on-with ' the flowers velvet-like ; and pH. on vacation this year MarvinL. : NEW-DISTINCTIVE

I who have not left on vacation -f I you talk: appearance. Crimson petals] The new hybrids have. been Holloway of Tampa pres- THE RIGHT POINT .forwaj tJ1e> a ,

will be spending a qu't-t contrast with white anthers designated perennial hibis ident of the Peninsula Motor yon write. Come in 1.14.
I beaches such
.a s
, or hectic Fourth of July hoii- I and white, velvety stigma padsin cusGator hybrid series 1. Club [AAAl], points out. elect your favorite ESTEKEROOK TOMORROW'SFamous 19-INCH PORTABLE T'
I ?
II i I Kingsley. -and Strickland are the single 6-inch flowerof A second series of releases A few simple rules to follow Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. "Daylight Blue" OWIde
expected to have overflowing the Plume variety. will soon be chosen from another include tqirore- -rola o froBiraoHRNdspeaker..9ives

crowds while those who have The new hibiscus varieties group of varieties now Notify: your police depart-I cornered screen shows aft! i rte, f&at**sld ..
\ lake homes or friends who freely producing flowers from under test.Future ment of the time you are to. REGISTER FICTITIOUS picture 0 Siim- fiheuetta fciggsga 1frIat... .:

do, will have the more quiet June to October. The peak the hibiscus projects at leave and the time you planto Notice is NAME:hereby given that New Hy.Power full power trans.oJtes portable TV testy pre Udl .
i season of showy color is mid- University include seekingnew return. This can be done the undersigned[ under the pro former chassis increased
type holiday. summer, when few. other plants that will extend through police headquartersor visions of Chapter 20,953, Lawsof .
Florida, Acts of 1941, will power
While this area lacks some plants are able to muster the color range of the flowers, '
co- merely by telling of- register with the' Clerk of the
i/ ; q of the fervor with which In- lot Each flower lasts one day produce different flower ficer on the beat. Be sure to Circuit Court, In and for Brad 0 Built-in fully odjustobfe! tefescopiing : $17 995

.,, dependence Day is observed by and remains open almost tot forms, and develop different let police know if anyone is ford[ County of proof, Florida of publication, upon receipt of- antenn aids fringe .

CharleyE. -s some display of Old Glory a sundown. growth habits of the plants.If authorized to enter you home: this notice the fictitious name receDtionBullington's .
of AB.C.L&I Co., under whichI
homes and public estamlish- The plants reach 5 to 8 .the new varieties are not while you are away. *; am'engaged in business at WITH TRADE
ments is expected. feet in height and are well- available yet at your local Stop regular deliveries ofserted 369 Temple Ave. Starke, Florida.H. .
Both the Florida Highway suited to landscape schemes. nursery, then plant one of the I Mark rhotnas. Box 163,
Johns . Starke, Fla.. and Kirby Smith,
r Patrol and Safety Councilhave The new hibiscus varities old stand-by varieties. i Rt. 1 Hiway. 100, Starke, Fla.
, asked the motoring public grow well in sunny locations. All you need is a few tip in loose earth in a owners. *,

about this question: to exercise more than Usual They thrive in wet soils and .mttings about six inches long. shady place'near a leak;.fau- Dated this' 14th day of June,
caution in holiday drip tolerate flooding. This makes Perhaps your neighbor will A.D.County 1982, at Stark Bradford 100 W. CALL ST PHONE 964.6551

"Tourists with luggage ing. them ideal plants for lake- hare. a few the next time he cet.For additional informationon \ 6-14, 4t Florida.7-5 .

strapped all over the car Boating, fishing and swimming side use. is trimming his hedge. The growing mallows.' ask your
evidently don't believe the which also take a higher Gardeners with high sandy cuttings will root ut, a few' county agent for Extension

saying 'You can't toll of life during a prolonged Lots,, can plant hibiscus near weeks "placed under a..misthead. Bulletin 168A "Hibiscus,;.Jn
tajte )tt
holiday period and special -i drippy faucets. Those who .,,Or they will root if in- Florida."
you.: Is insurance awareness is needed to don't have leaky plumbing can

( available to cover loss'or keep down the count in accidents keep their summer mallows GOODr y ; et' n ew..tir S1!
damage to
luggage, and also and drowning. happily blooming all summer :
I to pay medical costs( .of .Area movie houses have ail with soaker-type hose

I injuries sustained on a scheduled entertainment for hibiscus varieties suitable for
trip?" the fun-faring of' growth in this state and the
any many .
}!! y6j'd l nS VWA+pIwAV.vy!!}!? {'A,1 : l\A N/Y..N.yro Xr.1)nWtMxOTYf.A' N.N: !' wwn w. !p!ICRR'AF
the ,restaurants and eaterieswill Southeast. K *
Charley E. Johns' be open to serve those who Developing the Plush and -. --- "'v r:;:.ur:. :wp\; :> ; :. o..Y:: ..'x. :.Tr..,.'; .' :,';r.4r : o. :;:@;.:+> fiy <:.a r;:':::. .
: t' + .aE'P%<;' 'L
I have tired o the outdoor gr1i1menu. the Plume was the first attempt .y"Y

AgencyPHONE to improve perennial -THEATRE- ,
i .. The,.Safety Council has urged hibiscus for Florida garden .v :x a ,
961.0121 -
everyone: to Be Alive ers; McFadden used perennial I ,- A. .! '

i r 131 S., Walnut ,Sir '!Aft r". The Fourth. varieties suitable for growthin .' Ends""Fri.:- "Horizontal Lieutenant", )
Jf r this state and the Southeast s:..:.:::'.: :.
$ '
Hibiscus of the perennial S t : ; !
!' DOUBLE FEATURE a x yr ,
after .
- l100 type comes up year < A
year. The top growth dies to
Salad,. F-FriesRolls. Tea or CoffeeSHRIMP the ground in the fall and J,:
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i or CHICKEN PLATE $1.10 the plant remains dormant rt y '.:. : : .
during the winter. The roots r

J Salad F-Fries, Rolls Tea or Coffee send out new shoots; in the Gx w,

spring. ., :% :
; BLUE!! CHIP CLOSED 964-1233 Such plants can survive\ :::x;; : wat

SUNDAY cold weather which is 'unlike l ? : ...:rx' ., ry

!'I' 1y= MILES) NORTH of STARKE on HY. 16I the woody Oriental:,hibiscusnow } iRiP
common in Florida gar
dens. Perennial hibiscus have y "
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BRING THE been grown in this country for % / : 3.. v '. r
i over 100 ,years, but mostly in SEVEN ) a.:
the northern states. UNHOLY
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Plants from outofstatehave TERRORS! x i' ... S;
:: Dr o1i<( ida. Therefore the University
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easy to own use our convenient terms.3 With High Grade. Nylon Cover-Reg. 169.. 'i
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YYYTYTT TTTTYYTYTYTTTTTY TTYTTTTY.YYYTYYT11 Summer Reading- week with the Addison family. sonville Mrs. Ruth Reid of

The Brooklyn Neighborhood"This Mr. and Mrs. J. J. HearneJr. Melrose and Philip Seigler

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Club Attracts I and children of Tampaare and son of Keystone Heights.

350 Youngsters I visiting Mrs. Hearne's pa- Joyce Johnson: daughter of

By Mary K. SchaeffcrLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ; interesting account of charming family lives In a rents, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson, .

i More than 350 children be- "r h e Brooklyn Neighbor=' stylish residence opposite his Hook. is spending several weeks at

1 hood" appeared in the March the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
AAA A A A A AAA& & t v tween the ages of 5 and 13 store.While Mrs. Peter Minderman and
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2,1900 issue of The Telegraph. the men do their L. Johnson Jr. in Summer-
have joined the Summer children are visiting their
Lea Stephenson Honored District 194, and his wife, Reading Club, sponsored by The Brooklyn settlement, best as breadwinners, the ladies mother and grandmother, ville, Ga.Your .

Members of the Keystone Madeline; E. Robert Langleyof the Clay County Library and which once boasted a postof- do their full duty as I Mrs. Allen Graham. Grandin news reporteris

Golf and Country Club helda Jacksonville, former fice. as well as at least one housekeepers. Tempting viands
gov- are busy reading the ten books (Continued on Next Page) back on the job again after
"Les Stephenson Apprecia- ernor of District 694, and his necessary to receive a certifi- merchandise store and a rail- and plenty of them, comfort- being absent during the past
tion, Day" on Sunday June wife Dorothy I road station located in able rooms, tastefully
; and Miss Pauline i cate in September. No more was arranged YTTTTVY..Y.Y.\ week, visiting friends and relatives

24. The event began with a M. Philman, Rotary foun- registrations will be taken after the area between the railroad tell of the neat and skill- in Gainesville.

two-ball tournament, followed dation fellow from district 1 track and Brooklyn Lake, just ed housewife. Happy is he whois
July 1, so if you or your GRANDIN Grandin friends are pleased -
by a social hour and ham 694, who just returned from north of Keystone Heights, a guest in one of "land-
child wants to join, now is to see W. C. Burnes able
supper. Capetown. S.A., after a 15.000, do' which was not founded until land's" hospitable homes.
the time to soVMany to be out in circulation again
The members surprised their mile tour of South Africa. ',fthe1 children some 25 years later. -Blazer. By Kin. Rebecca Braatler
have after confined Doctors
r "Pro" with a beautiful watch, CAP Barbecue Set o Brooklyn has long since dis- . . . . . being- .. to --
seen the bear, dressed to re- .a&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Hospital for several
In appreciation of all he has For This Saturday appeared from the map, but YYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYlMELROSE I I
semble' Smokey ;
Bear on diPW s weeks.
done for the club. It was Why not be the guests of 'ttr this account of its early set- II I H. J. Lattin has returned to

brought out that although the the Civil Air Patrol on Satur- hefront: window of tlers should be of interest to Grandin after spending last; Christine and David Brant-

golf course has been in opera- day evening, June 30, when j the bear Clay County Library. The present residents of the area: weekend in Thomasville. Ga. ley have returned to Grandin
was loanedby Mrs. O.
tion for only six months, Les CoL Harold Ashley will open and Tallahassee. after attending summer campat
T. Gambill and dressed By Mrs. Alice RothhammeriAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
has worked for four years to his spacious home on his Mr. and Mrs. H. B. SikesJr. Swan near ,

get the course organized. large estate, "Ashland" for M tat Mrs. Hazel Cartwright. He NEIGHBORHOODThe and family have returnedto for the past two weeks.
1 will be going to Park
There were 60 entries in the an outing and a barbecue sup- >, Orange southeast corner of their home in Griffin, Ga. Word has been received
this week where the children Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Van
tournament, with the follow- per. As to how to get there: 4 Bradford County has a wavy after spending last week in from Mr. and Mn. John Grout
will enjoy seeing him fora Etta of Fort Myers spent the
I surface oaks and other hard-
ing results: from Keystone Heights, driveto yr 1Ys. Grandin .as the guest of Mr. that they are both well, and
week. Later on he wilt go wood trees weekend with Mr. and Mrs.E. .
1st low gross: Gene Craig Melrose, and at the Ford- to are mingled with and Mrs. Sikes, Sr. Other visitors that Mr. Grout has found
Keystone Heights and fora I. Van Etta.
and Les Stephenson Score 35. Chiapinni cross roads, turn the pines and pretty lakes at the Sikes home are steady employment in Nashua
couple of Bookmobile rides. Pat Glover of Gainesville,
2nd low gross: Jane LaCoste left and drive past the school, !! M.js with sandy margins are all Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodson N. H. Mrs. Grout will be
Anyone having children'sbooks Mrs. Dave Smith and son of
and C. P. Crawford. Score 40. and past the settlement about about. This section, access- and daughter of Opa Locka. remembered as the former
: aF y. that are no longer & Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
by the G. S. F. road,
1st low net: Aggie Watson one mile, and will Dorothea Mayo of Grandin.
you see Jennifer Williams of Athens,
needed but are still in usable is part of the lake region Golwick of Gainesville spent
and Bill Terry Score 29. handsome
some CAP Cadetsat
Ga., is spending a two-week
condition are requested to'do- which of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
covers a large area ]
2nd low net: Lts*> Muir and the gate of Ashland, all ; ,;,,.. nate them to any of th{ li- the counties to the east and Jack Miller and family. vacation in Grandin as the Keystone RestaurantDinners
Roger Byran Score 30. ready to usher you in. There guest of her grandfather R.
brary's three branches. Several south. The landscape is idyl- Jeffery and Mark Neehanof .
Lunches Sandwiches
As we told you last week, will be swimming fishing, L:1 : new children's books are lic, the climate salubrious, Atlanta visited their uncle L. Seigler. Other visitors at -

the first hole-in-one on the I skiing, and boating. Festivities f on order, but some are need- and the water good. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. the Seigler home have been Complete Food ServiceTo
course was made on June 16 will begin at 3 p.m. and Mrs. Carlton Quick and child-
ed now to fill in the gap cre- The people of this section' George Rippey, recently. Take Out
by Robert Menzen witnessedby continue through the evening. ated by the response to tae Robert C. Lassiter of the U. ren of Davie. -- ,
are remarkably and
Donations will be $1.50 intelligent 7 A. M. 8 P.'!L-
Wally Muhlhofer and My- per Open
Reading Club. 'enterprising. These traits are' S. Naval Academy, son of Mr. Visitors at the Sunday

ron Prevatt. Jr. The membersof person.: Proceeds will be used The library continues to obvious from the fact that and Mrs. J. A. Lassiter is on morning worship services at Closed,Tuesday
the club presented Robert by the CAP to purchase res- Btwn. Standard & Gulf Station
have donations the USS Enterprise for a six-
generous par- they have left the old ruts, Paran Church were Mr. and
with six golf balls. cue equipment, and to keep the Keystone Height
ticularly from Memorial weeks cruise.
and instead of working for Jack-
Small World Dept. their rescue plane in the air. In top photo [left to right] kitchen." and Mrs. J. C. Turner or
Home Community at Penney Eastern cotton mills and Wes- Mrs. William F. Evans

Last week when Mrs. Lew Wanted: Boys for Little Leslie Beam Mrs. Richard I Lower photo shows Kay Farms. Many of, these booksare tern provision gamblers they daughter, Mrs.. J. J. Eairley of
Muir and daughter Margaret, Lovorn, Cloud Unit Leader,I Sunderland and Nancy 0'- almost new, arid in excel work forthemselves.It Canal Point, are visiting Mrs. fOR

were returning from Nassau, Boys frten the ages: of 8 lent condition.-i Also,' many took determined effortsto Evans' brother-in-law and
Ann Tries, and Sharon Glover I Connor carrying water
someone on board remarked :years through 12, who are interested I nice donations have been accomplish this, but it is sister, Gen. and Mrs. R. P. \.
in baseball, are asked are seen freezing ice i through the camp entrance. ,
about the beautiful Miami made in Keystone Heights to done; done first by raising as Hollis.
skyline. Nan [Mrs. Muir] to" attend a Meeting at the cream for the evening meal i I Others pictured are Mrs. Fre- help restock the library there.I many necessaries as possibleat Mrs. Annie Taylor of Au-

agreed that the Miami skylineor City Park on Saturday, June In the background is seen the I mont Tolles, ,camp director, home; and, second, by burndale is visiting in the 'U n

j any USA sklyine, looked 30, at 9:30: ajn. If enough framework of their "Chipewa and ,Elaine Lovora. KEYSTONE MELROSE growing profitable m o n ey home of her son-in-law and

beautiful but the one that boys come to the meeting, a SCOUTS HAVE COURT crops such as early vegetables daughter, while her daughter,

would look best to her wouldbe Little League will be formed. Girl Scout Day Camp Closes OF"HONOR, AT PARK Irish potatoes, strawberries Mrs. Ray Birt is in Alachua .. INfI ;

, the, water tower with the Commander Robert Lambert THURSDAY NITE melons peaches, and General Hospital. 'mr ,

words, "Keystone Heights the and Joe Wlldt are interested grapes for Admiral and Mrs. Harold

home of good water" inscribed in getting this league going, Second Boy Scout AppreciationNight The soil is light deep and Deuterman of Norfolk, Va.,
Successful SeasonA FLORIDA
and hope to secure uniforms will -be observed tonight Price.
thereon. Two ladles stand- warm. When appliances for are visiting Col. I
[ ] in honor of
I :'ing nearby asked: "Pardonus. t for.the boys. Thursday rolelnir- water: become chea \>r '..DOW....... and .Ufre..1S4... Lee TTpatnn! -

did you say 'Keystone Local Watermelon Scouts Participate FestivalOn guest night program give their time and talents Troop and Troop lOS'of 109 Keystone of Melrose Heights, then all these little lakes ;m I and their daughter. Mrs.

'Heights'-: turned joutthat Iii last Friday marked .the,closing that-girls in their community During special Court.of furnish water -for the hillside Frances Lym and sons Bill ROYAL PALM

'they were from Penney Farms Saturday,.June 23, 21 of Camp Hilopewa; pioneer may experience the thrill of Honor starting at 8 pjn., in garo ns.- The truckers are I and Jody, spent a few daysat

'which made them practically Boy Scouts of Troop 105 of day'camp of the Gateway Girl camping Volunteers who the Keystone ,Heights city prepared for cold snaps in the Sarasota and Tampa. They MOTEL

, ,"neIghbors" as they' said. Keystone Heights went by bus Scout Council located on 'S11- have worked with the camp park, charters will be presented spring, and if one crop fails also spent Friday at Silver
t Rotarians To Host to Chiefland to take part in Lake they compel another to make Springs.Mr .
ver near Keystone for the past two years include tb' Cttb Pack 305, of Key-
Distinguished Visitors the Watermelon Festival there Heights. For a week local Mrs. Richard Lovorn, Mrs. stone, and Troop 109. up for', the loss. They take in .and Mrs. Pat Glisson Fully-air-conditioned ,

Keystone ,Heights Rotary The boys marched in a pa- Girl Scouts and their' leaders Thomas Garnar, and Mrs. Joe A progral -entertainment money the :year round and as and daughter, Melanie, spent Wall-to-wall carpeting

Club will entertain distin- rade, and watched a twist had been a result live well and sur- in Branford with
camping by day en- Daurer Unit Leaders; Mrs. will include Indian folk dancing Saturday Free TV phones
guished visitors at the Instal- contest at the local high such out-of-door round themselves with many Land. ,
Joying activities ? Walter Float, swimming consultant bytfie awardwinnnig: Al Mrs. Dorothy

lation of Officers banquet on school. Needless to say, they as swimming, boating, Mrs. William Beam, achua Chapter Order of the comforts that the cotton far- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Tuten Swimming pool

Friday, June 29. had all the watermelon they camp and nature crafts, insect canoeing consultant, M:i keLovorn Arrow. mer must do without. and children of Center Line Excellent restaurant next door

Visitors will be Prank Han- could eat. George Allen of lore, outdoor cooking, etc. lifeguard, and Mrs. The public is invited to at- Lack oil space forbids more Mich. are visiting Mrs. Tu- Golf course near
105 ate his to a
cock of Palatka. Governor of Troop way A special feature of Camp Freemont Tolles, camp direc- tend. than a'brief mention of the ten's mother, Mrs. Pearl Win- 'i
first-place tie in the water- Credit cards honored
Hilopewa incorporated into tor. following dwellers in the genbach.Mrs. I

melon-eating contest. the day camp program last Newcomers to the staff this KEYSTONE ROTARIANS Brooklyn neighborhood this Eunice Miller of Gain-

Restaurant The boys were under the year and repeated this year season were J. O. Hansen insect TO INSTALL OFFICERS i time: esville and grandson, Billy 1250 Cleveland St. (State 60))

supervision of Scoutmaster was an overnight camp Thurs- consultant, and Mr. and I J. S. Griner is prominent as Miller of Jacksonville visited

LAWRENCE'S DINETTE Barry Wyman, committee- day for the older girls. It is Mrs. Edmund Dwyer, sailing Myron Prevatt will be installed -I a farmer fruit grower, and Mrs. Miller's son and daugh- CLEARWATER .1

Good Food Cold Beer member Bill Beam and T. F. interesting to note that this consultants. Campers were as president of the land holder. He is at present ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jack

I Brannon. year other day camps in the Bunny .Bunce, Leslie Beam Keystone Heights Rotary Clubat setting out twenty acres in Miller and family Friday.Mr. .
OPEN SUNDAYS I Duplicate Results Gateway Council are includ- Mimi Float, Deborah Hawes a Ladies Night event in the peach trees and as the soil

11 A. M. To 9 P. M.\ I Mrs. Ethel Graham and ing an overnight camp in Sharon Glover, Becky New- Masonic Hall at 7:30 p.m. Friday is peculiarly adapted for this and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reg- .I.f
Mrs. Lucille Davie were high their programs. ham, Elaine Lovorn Nancy June 29. All other new fruit this is no doubt a good --,
Hy. 21-Keystone Heights don visited the Naval Stationin
scorers at the June 15 meet- Camp Hilopewa; the Council's and Sara Lou O'Connor, Ker- officers will be installed at venture. Mr. Griner and his I

this time and they will assume excellent family live in a fine Jacksonville Friday. I W
ing of the Keystone Heights only day camp offering ry Shackleford Ann Triest, .
canoeing added an afternoonof Kay Sunderland, and Karen their new duties at the and comfortable residence; he Leonard Riles of West

sailing on Lake Geneva to first meeting in July is well-to-do by his own labor Palm Beach, cousin of Mrs.

its program for qualified canoeists Williams. and is one of the best known W. W. Addison, spent last to

thus providing an- Badges were completed by and best liked men In the
I other outlet for the enjoy- the following girls: Sara Lou of very nice things at the county.

ment of local water resources. O'Connor, Mimi Float, Ann Shop. Be sure to drop in and Prof. E. A. Kennedy the

look for a bargain. If you noted educator cultivates the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
The camp is staffed by vol- Triest, Swimmer: Nancy O'- .
have something to sell on toil with the same good suc-
unteer workers, local men and Connor and Sharon- Glover, it in.
consignment, cess as he does the minds of

I women who. are willing to Canoeing. There have been calls for fur- the "young idea," and solvesall

I: Duplicate Bridge Club. Mrs. months. niture and appliances as well problems in farming by BUSINESS I DIRECTORY

Nan Hopkins and Mrs. Anna There will be a celebrationof as clothing. the rule of threeintellig-

James were second-high while the Holy Eucharist on Friday Community Church News I I ence perseverance, and elbow -
All members of the Com
Miss Sally Mansfield and Mrs. June ?9, at 7 a.m. for the grease.R. FLOKIST. NURSERY James H. McEachern
munity Church and their
E. Foxworth is an
Roselle Byorick won third- feast of St. Peter. There will i
\ honors. also be a Celebration of the friends are invited to the I sive farmer well off, and the Edna Williams Clemens NurseryOver RealtorLot
Church Picnic at the Keystone -
prince of goodfellows.i
The Keystone Heights Dup- Holy Eucharist on Wednesday, very, '. I FLORIST-NURSEBX 600 Varities of
J Public Beach on Friday And as he sees his broad acres -' on WHITE SAND LAKE
licate Bridge Club meets each July FLOWERS Shrubs Trees flot&eplants
June 29, from ,3, till 7 pan. mirrored in the blue lakes $%,%58. Also lot and homes on
e ,sae' 'K J Wednesday at 10 ajn, and meetings which regu- For All Occasions Citrus & Azaleas Palms
to honor
This is an "outing' "Is
he answers the question, other lake.
JI I every Friday at 7:30 p.m. in larly take place on the first the students of the Vacation life worth living?" with a Melrose Phone: GR 5-2331 Hiway 100 at HilkrestZy2
Wednesday of each month East of
St. William's Recreation Hall. Miles
which has been
Bible School
4Mt ringing "Yes sireei"The !
Aa Plan to join them either at will not be held on July 4, held this week at' the educa INSURANCE Keystone Heights Contact Edna Martin Associate.
their morning session or their due to the holiday. They will Christiansens,uncle and

.. evening session. or both? If all be held the following tional wholesome There and will games be, nephew divide farming with Murrhee Insurance NURSERY. STOCKAzaleas JAMES H. HcEAjCHERN

i you like to play serious Bridge week. storekeeping, and make a suc- P. O. Box 163. Phone 4106
covered dish
followed by a 50c &
this is for Choir Practice will be on cess of both. The younger of AgencyGeneral up Keystone Heights Fla.
you. at 5:30 p.m. 3' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 ea.Landscaping .
Wedding of InterestMr Thursday July 5, at 7:30: p.m. these gentlemen is a devoteeof Insurance
1' News From St. William's _Plan_ now to attend the the heliographic art and lire Casualty Bond Material Availablesee -
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-.. Anti Mrs. Robert Dodd closing program. of me vacation Our Hants Before Yea Buy
"presses the button" when a Allied Line
!, announce the marriage of During the summer months, Bible school Saturday, scene his O. C. Carnes S. E. McKay RealtorLake
Tuesday morning Masses will or scenery strikes Keystone Heights, 2731 Nursery ,
their daughter, Shirley Glover June 30 at 7:30 panin the

"I Pay Myself FIRST!" to Frank G. George on start at 8 ajn. Sunday morn- educational building. Refresh fancy.. I Florahome 684-4665 Front Property. Hornet r
ing masses will continue at ,E. H. Hillyer Is a live mer- When It Comes To
Wednesday. June 13, in the ments will be served by Mrs: and .
"The FIRST dollars that come out of my pay enve- ,St John the Divide Greek 8:30: ajn. If you want a seat Joe Wildt and her Youth Fel- chant of Brooklyn as well as INSURANCEGO PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's ; Acreage.Keystoae ':4'"

lope go straight into my- savings account where I Orthodox Church in Jackson- you are advised to be on time. lowship roup. postmaster and station agent. FIRST CLASS!

they go right to work for ME\ earning interest \ ville. Following; their honeymoon The fact is, St. William's par- The Board of Trustees- gill He has a large stock of goods Geo. E. LaRue I I Heights-Ph. 5071

week after week into something 'the ish has grOwn since about 10 sells at metropolitan prices .
building will reside
up I i couple meet on Monday July 2. at Keystone Heights PACKAGE STORE
that's beginning to look like real money. i I I at 706 River Street Palatka. I years ago when Mass was said 7:30: and enjoys a good trade. He Ajt For TRAVELERS OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY

The I figure the dollars I SAVE each week II I News From St. Anne's in a Parishoner's dining room. p.m.Sunday is assisted by his father a fine Insurance Company CLOSED SUNDAYS Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
way ,
1 win be Holy
Our church seemed so spacious July old gentleman, and with his
the profits that i' There was not too large an HomeOwnersAutomobile Keystone Melrose Highway
are profit part of my wages. my when it was first built. ["How CommunionSunday at the

will add up to the kind of home I want to live in, I attendance at the monthly will we ever fill all those I Community Church. Fire Also
covered dish last. Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nite Blue Pine Package Store Bar
the kind of education I want for my children, the : supper : pews?"] Now, even the annex Personals pretty as ever, after graduating BL 100 South Beg Seal Est&U Broker
week. asked to
kind of security I want my family to enjoy. now : opened up does not afford Commander; and Mrs..Rob- from Meadville High MILLWORK

and always." !1 I reserve the third Wednesday enough seating space. If you ert; Lambert and family are School Meadville. Pa.. tills Lake PropertiesAcreage
of each month for this pleasant .
Open a savings: account in this bank and event, whether or'' not can't find a seat the ushers expected, home this' week -after month. April came to Keystone Keystone Ranches Business City

will find one for you. Don't ten-day trip during from Meadville several Home ReattteW
the habit of FIRST. a- :
get paying yourself receive individual notifi Millwork Shop
just stand in,the doorway and which they attended a wed- years ago. and this past winter C. J. Pete O'Connor Take A Personal later*

THE KEYSTONE STATE' BANK cation. snarl "traffic." ding in Hunting W. Va.. and she finished high-school CABINETS DOORS In Your Requ1iemta-+

i I In addition to a fine supper. The ladies who manned the visited in Charlotte N. C., there while staying with her WINDOW FRAMES REALTOR .
those in attendance Midway: Keystoc Hefghia1eli'ose
got an
MEMBER FJXI.C. White Elephant Shop on the KnaxviBe,Tenn-, and Atlanta grandmother. SCREENS REAL ESTATE

opportunity to practice the weekend were happy over the GaL Mr. and Mrs. John Dickert Trim Materlal
Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community
Keystone Heights Fla. ; Service 'Music which has been amount of business they were 1 April Mesko has returned toi I 'of Gainesville and Mrs. DieS Sash Made T* Order MORTGAGES APPRAISALS Hhny 21-Opca Stmdayr-.

.'Jin J use for the past few able to ,do. There are a lot,i Keystone Heights. looking & Continued on Nest Page) Keystoaa Heights TeL iI:i Keystosa Ecii &, Pfcaa 4237 DWSUn


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ami!, where Mrs. Muir and ble.long-distance call. I Lake Geneva gave the story brated her 82nd birthday anniversary -! ler were Thursday night dinner -I esville, John Green, Gary Eli i I May, A.D. 19S2.CHARLES. DARBY, ,
Margaret boarded the S. S. Mrs. Marguerite Ryan and hour at the Public Libraryfor I on Sunday with 68 guests of Mr. and Mrs. zey, Fred Bennet of Miami, Clerk. Circuit Court t!

ICEYSTQJSEHIGHLIGHTS Florida for Nassau for a 4- her mother, Mrs. Mary Good- the summer reading pro- friends and relatives present. Tommy Hamilton and family.\ Linda Loiliff of Byhalia Ohio, By: Marian L. Crosby ('
Deputy Clerk'
day cruise, and Mr. Muir and son of Miami, were in Key- gram Tuesday at two o'clock.Mr. They met at Kingsley. Lake Freda, Thelma, and Fred I jimmy Cox of Lake Butler, MYROX C. PREVATT |I.|SEE sJi

I : Johnny headed for Ft. Laud- stone Heights last weekend, and Mrs. H. O. Williams for the gala 'occasion, qnd everyone Logan of Pompano Beach are and Nancy and Marcia Green. i ij PO.BoxST !:
c V Ii Keystone! Heights, Florida i
AIAA" .'..- erdale for a week of golf. seeing old friends. They were Becky Mathews, and Virginia had a wonderful time. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred j i Attorney for Plaintiffs i
,' _.,.,."., ,," They came home Friday eve- visiting Mrs. Goodson's niece, Ford are attending Mission Those from out-of-town were ;; McDavid and family this 6/7 4t 628NOTICE I II WCTlc OW !,
write. Come in and I
[From Preceeoing Page] Mrs- Annie Sikes, of Grandin. Week |t the Baptist 4c .ei-" Mr$. Beatrice Sullivan! J4r'I' weeMr. way select you favorite ESTER- j. I.-.. .. : :.!:
ning.Master Sgt. and Mrs. E._ J. Incidentally Mrs. Ryan tells bly in Ridgecrest.vN.C. !nd Mrs. Charlie. 'and Mrs.. Julian Green your ; OP I.XTEXTlOy TO I -= =--. :

kert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and sons are viSiting us that -her son-' Pat, is now. ,.Winners ofthCi\ Meixsq t; and 4'. and Mr Curtis, (folding and.501\ of ,Jacksonville, were BROOK Fountain- Pen. TELE; REGISTER. FICTITIOUSXAME I .

Henry Dorsey, of Perry, spent Sgt. Chapman's sister and a married man, living in Cal- Duplicate Bridge Club include I weekend guests of Mr. and GRAPH. : ; I Xotice is hereby given that tuui I ; *7JEWELRY

Sunday in Keystone with family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron ifornia. the.. following Eirst j Mrs. Annie Rosier is visit- I Mrs. Pave Qre AOTICE OF IXTEXTIOX TO the undersigned ol Chapter under 20.953 the Laws provisions ,! :
Mr.: and Mrs. Everett Fox and Prevatt and sons on Lake From Wilmington, Del. we 'I plac, Mrs. Roland Bran anCj iEgom.. of the
register with the Clerk
family. They enjoyed swim- Brooklyn. They will be here : hear- that Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Van Givens; Second mother Mrs. Lola Townsend, Notice is hereby given that I I 1 Circuit Court in and for Brad ',

I Wing and a.cook-out.supper. for. about. two weeks.. >Szymansl are th$ proud place, Mrs. W. .EL Davie nd : to WauchuU gyer; t1. W gt .- the undersigned of Chapter under 20,953;the, Laws provisions ''i ford County Florida. upon receipt -I
l of Or- of proof of publicatiin of
Robert McCUntpck Smolenof parents of another child;:- a Mrs. Allen Graham; { and I end, M.8'J'q: : ; d. had.been_ of Florida. Acts of' 1941, will this notice the fictitious name; REPAIRSWATChI.L.MQN1S
lando is,.the guest:of Mr. and Mr and i, Mrs. Jim register with. the Clerk of theCircuit I
son, Bryan_ NeJspnt-i! giving FQltr.U1 jfecg, ]4rs..AiY Becker LAIVTEJYBy visi4n; Mrnq J.tsE. I 0 f SOUTHEASTER-V TANK :
in Court, in and for Brad- ;
arrived '
.Chicago Keystone -
1 rs. Bill Simeral on Lake : SERVICE, under which I am : :
a"total of eight children. and Miss Bessie RutherTRINITY a '
Heights.Tuesday evening them 1t :.fM.: q 4n:: ford County Florida upon receipt engaged In business at S6I Guaranteed
Brooklyn, Jlobertis.a 1S62 Th oldet twq are 1( ye.1This ford.j .1 Rlncii&rdMA : ;. .Rt.1ff- 4)4. of proof of publication ofthis I I I Talleyrand Ave. Jacksonville, All Wofic
weekfor, a visit: I Enza: notice the fictitious .name '
I of .this.
graduate .Boone. High School 'with Mr. and Mrs. George rneantitr. andMrs.are EPISCOPAL 1;.. C! tq 1B mW't': A.B.C.L.. & L. Co., underI which I!;I Fla.L E. Williams P. O. Box A. C. Williams
in Odaq io.'.andthe grandparents for .the I LAAAAA. kAAAlAL4 Li.n9. .JQllU t...Stetson am engaged. in business at;; 3417. Jacksonville, Florida sole 142 W. Call St.
Schaeffer and family. Mrs. ,I' I 369 Temple Ave., Starke Florida.H.
Simerals.were' former res eleventh ,tirqelHerbert. CHURCH. MELROSfSundays I tAfu, lanqt 4 Mark Thomas, Box 163 owner
Starke.FU.X01 .
Green Sni len and Mr. Schaeffer arecousins' On SUnday'night at Grace : Dated this 28th day of May
idents'of' Cove Springs .Nelson are grandparents : m. "Church 4 .ery ofqiieSer.e Starke Fla., sole owner. A.D. 196 at Starke Bradford
ICl a. Methodist Church) Junior +f :. :
the Dated this 7th day of .June,I ID
where they were good friendsMr' : three lor the., eleventh time! School,. 11:15 a, rnMorn1ng High! boys. and, girls,:were pies -- !! wqeie d &\l \9! ,1ffi: \. 1&2 at Starke Bradford County 5/3l"4t:: 6'1 Florida.pd'. I .. -w-- -.--_--_- .-7
and .
and Mrs. Bill Shnera. Mrs. William Few Mrs Szymanski! is the former; Erayer and Sjj'rmon.S.unday JFI iifcd( 'by tfieif i instructors, l ..a qa .Qfe S : County 6.28 Florida. .- .'-' ,-- .' "-' :::;; -.'- -_ '- '
returned last Thursday 674t ICET S&-T: rf :h' : %:S"Xetlce
entertained! ( :with .a cpok-ou sons to Roswell, &Qe.. "dson..We also; .h ar that j Pqly. H; onH"j ;Mrsbrville B lng mer and 1 ,,,M.E: ,, CjjarlesJpJpson! ; of \ Is'hereby given th4t the following describedwill ; l lnds
at Brooklyn from a motor trip eldest daughter, Mary Oal was tleekend CIRCUIT be old at Public Auction'at 12c00 o'clock noon. .on the lilh
supper their Lake their p.m.E'p1scop o cIrb Mrs. W. A. P x. The subject Llvj- IX TilE COURT OF I'
Ga. where they visited Mrs.Few's them : Mr' THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL I day 'of Julr, A.D.. un *t the City. IJal.Citj-} erf .gtarkf; Coqn-
home on Sunday June 24. and other relatives Lou will, soon make zeiL .. : ... I. of the course jwas "The' Book. :mest p l and." "trs",.- : .rrjMcpayidi CIRd."IT;'QF FI.ORID.'IS!I ty of Bradford. State of '\orld a, tq P"P' the ani uoL 4u fo.j .
Guests included Mary Ann parents grandparents .for the. \welfth ". _. "" taxesherein set the together with all l'ostsIf
..Holy\ Days 10 a. m.. Holy of Ages. After singing sev- ; -. t' AVIK 'OR.OBU.\Db'oOBD) j I opposite same .
Scha'effer of: keystone, Mr. time*' nnmmunion.. .- .._ ..... .. pral f-flwQ tv>rtj inin r 'f.n-t.ha_ I. Vcarlehe, wilkerson of Lake 3L.:?: % 'CUASCUHY.. I such Sale and ad-vertisingr; .
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and Mrs. Joe"Murelli of Keystone Perhaps this should be in Mrs. R. P. Vogt of Melrose, .;The -Bevl: Lee W. Heaton, subject, '0r they: ----0 all took partin City., was toe guest! ,; o| RigkyMfttt John;?-D:Thtterson ad"- ; : I 1 Lot in N\VU of -' -

Club,"Estates', and Bob I the, Small-World Dept.. too. Mrs. Emory- Cooper of Lake Vicar. r, ...... a playlet' (demonstrating 1 jt wjjekV.: 1 .Marie ,Patterson Plaintiffs: SW\4 Bk as Desc 70' PG inDeed
McCiintock, of Orlando. The''I Bill Few was in Wilmington.Del. Geneva and Mrs. Lena Clem- how the'Bible' came to uS. The .t'.Jarry.HaRuiton! of St.. Pet- -vg- 39-1 EI HIin

group :enJoyEd) swimming., as ., last week, on business ens of Hiilcrest.attended. the METHOPIST CHURCH theme' was also reflected- Inte erstgjrgr :waiii'1the .overnightgue Julian A. Courson and Nat Williams SIDE 22 6. .%% John &: .\nnie'd'fi11iam 405;

aJd-jUSt-happened to run into Garden Club Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Courson .. ,',
well as eating. 18th annual ". ..MELROSE oV'., handwork ori display. The. Tuesday o Defendants- 46 1,2 Ft of Lots w -
Mr. and "'" Mrs; Elli tt D. Jim- Hetherington who, with, Short Course at the.U. of Fla. Rev. Kern eth.'W..Grilfith' performance was good and Tommy ;HapUlton.. and, family.ville AMENDED, I. 3 of Blk 18 Ex *f ..1.t
Blumenthai i of- Miami were his family' lived, in Keystone in Gainesville last 'week.; Mrs. ,,. 1'3sto4P.. was- enjoyed' by'those a'ttending .David, Qc.qn- THE STAT-BiOFI'KLORIDA: TO: in orig town.ot. :"
visiting Mr. Blumerthal's aunt, until last-' February. This Vogt is the president of the Sunday,9 School 9:45 a.m.y .-% ,_ .- -, --. ... is spending this weekwitii Julian A. Courson and Hazel Starke 'i ytCanoya. : << 141 ;is

Mrs. Anne Lackovitz, at White i pjomptqd? Gloria. Hetherington Garden Club of the Lakes. Worship 11'a. myyv'yyvyyyyYyyy'yyyTy',. Mrs. Cecil Cowan and .Jiis 'grandparents,. Mr.and and Courson to. all parties Address claiming Unknown any :Lot L 2 T of& Blk Cos 15 SID in "tfetlaV'! Harmon. 4 Sb
to. call Marjorie Few and: of '. : i Mrs.. Dve.Qeeii.l4r .- interestby, through. under or -' y--'F. '
-Isat Friday: Allen Dodd call-- ,
Feather .j I Mr. ..andrs. daughters Gainesville ... against the said Julian A. Cour- W 56 Ft of Lot 5 .. ..
her ill about it, and we and :
and visit- LqyiseCQggin & W 58 Ft
Mr. and Mrs: Lew'Mnir Crosse Points Mich. are ed on M1s'Eliiabeth Terry: ,- son and Hazel Courson and all --S '
children left Mtday for Mi hear they had a really s)cia- ing Mrs. Dodd's parents.. Mr. "' 'who returned with 'them 'to Miss: Iris Brown ot Jackson- persons having or claiming to ofLot9ofBlk in Temples Add. 19 JA.. ..::Bell-. I-, 45.w

_,__ ____,_:- _-_-'---_'":, ,-"'-_-:..:.:,;;-i-.. ... =:"';" -,., --. -, and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, of the UAMPTrtNiinmi ?\ Gainesville where she was'Fri-! Yille.. '-- w_fe'_ _OIL.Saturday.__ ,.__guests YT ,.,of." have the any following right, title describe or interestin prop- Blk__.u 3 Ex .1 _Lot_ _. in '"

. llh1uIll1llu1mllBllInML- ; :====:j I Keystone Club Estates for a ; i u: 11By I day -.overnIght guest of( her wieir mQne!'\ ".U5.. .\!. erty Lot: Sixty-four (64) on Oak S:-. by: cor 2'1"E'J- &A Win ok .. '
I 17
,. Brown. ,., ;'}latf 1I D. Long 4
days. k1and. SID
few: sister: Mrs. C. E. .Str1 Avenue in CRYSTAL LAKE Dpwling .
c: .
D. E/IIU1 and Mrs. hafle.s'Per- according to "..
Mrs, will r.Mr. HOMES1TES. '
'; Friends! be pleased to in Plat Lot 7 of Blk 2 Butler : : :
:= plat thereof recorded '.tltl W. fladt: 47 r
11 == :S ST. ANNA'S EPISCOPAL 1 A AAAAA iIAA i A A A A*A A A A A A learn that Mrs. J. E. .Warren ry .and. : Book 3. p\ge 6. of the Crt S/D -. .
.. Gainesville i d a.y Bradford County public re- Tract A ot Westpine r ;
== i in Bradford jyere QU n jiW Thomas! I- I ISS2
:a CHURCH, KEYSTONE 'is.improving Ex E 180 Ft : S *
eords. SD .., *,. '\ *
Bridal Shower HonorsjisKatby guests of, Mia Mvs. .14. O. "
j County Hospital. Tommy YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Tract A of \VtstpineS "
,,i Rev. Wm. W. Worstall, Vk-ar Conklk Wise "son of' Mr. and' 'Mrs. Harrell. '-l' J" that a suit has been filed D ''El E 180* 23 6 2?' JU:JV. Thotnar.: H.l

11 -c- .:i Daily -Morning Prayer, 8:20ajn ;.I'4is&.Ka CpnkJin bride- Ralph'Wise, .is:doing,_nicely l fii Mrs. Kenny Green and Miss against titled cause you and in you the are above hereby en- CrnnatNIcqrof XW i of SE'4 run -- .

5 : Daily ,Evening Prayer 5 eIe of Floyd. Snoith, was_ the University Medical Center Sue McDavid attended' the required to serve upon Plain- AV 420' Ft. S 315
i ... .. Miss Datyl:'). tiffs' attorney whose name and Ft for I'OBV .. I,
Sunday, 9:30: a-m. guest, of honor at, a brida wedding oj san Ft'
T ; p.m. in G inesville. address appear hereon, your 51 Ft. S 105
5 I ,Holy Eucharist on 1st and shower at Hampton town hall I *Mrs. Beatrice Hildreth of and,Judd Montgomery:It; St. written defenses if any to the E 39 Ft. to A\r -
ii = I trJLJk! I k \ Church'at.'jacksq5yille"Beach.Saturday: Complaint in said suit, copy of K/W of RD 2QO. -
Ec 3rd Sundays each month. Friday night, :June! 22. I IQe I Chicago; ,:. ill., Mrs.: Evelyn; P auiCtiOUc, which is delivered to you herewIth =' along W HH3 /\'"
: Prayer on 2nd and orations followed\ a pink morning before the 10th day :.. FttV.. 11S
: Morning I I Tucker of Fernandina. .. Beach.. ,. on or : 6 22 L. Anne Humes 65S
of A.D. 1962. Ft ,to i FOB
II == 11k Serviceon and white with -
== / 4th Sunday. Litany theme, giftsin !I and Mrs. Edna Wainwrjht! Herein fail not or a decree EQWARDS
any 5th Sunday Evening a pile under a large pink' of Avon Park spent several -Clarence Pinkston of Orange pro confesso will be entered Tax Coll.ctor'

ec Prayer, 5 pjn.- umbrella.. Tables ..were. covered days. here. to be with, tHeir. Park visited. Mrs.. Mary Green ed against in the you Complaint.for the relief pray- June 14 4t July a City -$t $ p'IQrid"
w During Lent Litany and -white; with, pink and;wb.itecrppaper ; .mother- Mrs.'" Edwards. Saturday.Mrs. THE NATURE OF SAID

= 1 Meditation each Wednesday, streamers tdraped of SUIT BEING for the foreclosure ..
Florte Hamilton
-- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sark and of the lien of a certain ,,- '
7:30 p.m. overhead. A.'pair: .of :punchbowls their grandson Skipp Rum Bradenton is visiting Mr. and mortgage executed by the De'-

filled with;green punch, kel, of Ashville, Ohio; visited. Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton for several fendnts Hazer Courson Julian, his A. wife Courson on August and Appliance -Radio -- Television/ /

I FIRST; B.PTISTKEYSTUNEIIEIGHTS and: whiter frosted\ shee, | cake, Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe" 'B hgii -- weekMr .. 31. 1961, and recorded in >

!decorated with pink\wed in& ner, over, the weekend.: They \ : and Mrs Stewart Brock County the public Florida records, on of September Bradford

bells,l, carried oit) he. theme. were, enroute- home-. rfrom- a and Mr.vand Mrs. JohnnyM 1!. 1961, in Official' Records SERWCE AtITS BESTir
J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph on :.the, refreshment, .tab er visit with relatives 'in Miami! 'n of Trenton.: and' 'Mrs.Icie Book 22 at the page above 157 etsq.described, -encumbering :
Copeland, .Minister of Music ,Game prizeswere won byMra Mrs. Rebel Rhoden. of Ocala Bennett and Mrs. Brook property. U

and church organist. !} Jean Mosher and SherylMq4r9y. "spent'Sunda with" Mr. Perryman;6f Gainesville were WITNESS my ha.nd and tljf / Train a In Each Dept.
seal of said Court at Starke Experts
Services: Sunday School 0141019 guests ana -Mrs--: 1: CWajnwjight.MVs i Sunday dinner quests of Mr. Florida. this' 31st day of .

I "l"tll.I'Sl1l"A. 94a: a'in. Morning Worship, included! Mrs. J.. J. Smith! anMrs. t *Geqrgja AnntSapp and Mrs. J; R. Mp.V| and sons. ) 1'\\ ;

10:50: a. m. ..Trainingi J1n.on, W. A. E1g1is1anq! \ 't to" .
spent Monday Miss Nancy: Green, of- Jacksonville for the best ... FOR QUICKDEPENDABLE Gay'sHome
i 7:00: p. m. Evening services daughter of? ,(?ross; City! molh th Mr. E. : p '
w and Mrs. E. .ur- is spending! tfie t t um- ins..'' i
i I t 8:00 p. m. You are invited. er and? .. sister. of tie bridegroom -, hey!, in,Jackson me .:Mr. Bur!:) I t fmer: with| her grandparents, 8t *? -

/ I share family Prayer time. wi|. .M.r6.. Kay WhAt;,qf HfY acqoipanAe ,
,,' I lus. Gainesville .was.\ hostess, ; IQtile ;9' ; \nMentt td y'wJpiher. Debbie and Sandra Vaughn cALI.

OY4LflUTCH I occasion., ." .\_ a ,,.. : ftt several dayslast! wV.Hl 'eoneo1 ,i
; ( 3 ,COM IUN1T1. (;CflURCH On Sunday\evening, June' .Those .yistug. andMrs, their! ,, f dparints, ; 4i.utler. .' 964-7511 -UllliliH I I I

KEYSTONE HFIGUTS 24i Tefow" members. of .the Trubj. Wainwrght.duringjjhp| and Mr. R., 1 Lake pjancesAUTHORiZEOT {
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I jIrted StaiNIessJ -. ; t Hampton.Baptist. .YWA pre? Weekend ,-w.ere Mj....and Mr*. \ ,- -I- ,
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Summer? schedule through |fined| ; the coyple; witlj:; a white_ 4
$ > '
June, July, and August: Sun.\ ijji.ble in a ceremony fqUowingh& : &!of.aWRt\ 4 I\\$HI cbijdrgn r;Among those attending the I.CaI' {DEALERS FOR .
,Wa'crss1 Gf1\ anc| Mr.
: Ape.Club Convention at the .i
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J L .. day School 8:45; a.m. Sunday evening whip eryipe,, and Mrs,- L.,J* Tyainwjrighta.ncj .. ZenithGOOD l
: I : I Cpjiseum in Jacksonville Sat- Maytag Frigidaire
Services, 10 a.m. j
;;:; u:; Taking part-in the cerempny a. friend of! Avgnjpark.: f
E. ooj ury knight were .Gene Edwards -
E ,. : HEIGHTSCQMMUNlTrXHURCIl .w ere. M ss nund! I, Bejty."Thrift' all dughter..of : Shirley and Linda USED WASHERS 50.00 AND UP
KEYSTON Mr Smith, 'Joycer Cojikiin I r sdt of h me
: t ywr
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Macclenny ,
] !!\ : Green, Ann Vickery of ,Gain- .
1 ; qqrd 1i!; Allerj, ; rrt1! j ,I! Bsitinir .R{v., and ;Mrk L. ,T.; |,r 1.-: __ -_ _, __i-7'_. .4., "'"L'-_ _''''--l>__'':_'',- 1- -.:.-- -._ --. -1- -_.:. -_-. "t.- ----r!.J III
Hinson Virginia Joyce -_-_-_' --- --S_ _-_- --. _. _-- -S-- _
Dr.. A. C. Holt, Minister .B/qwaa Howe'and children this week i j ." .0 ,'z -4 -----1 = .
=-= :: Mrs. George .A ,Caiwva!. Or- Melton, pdessja.)MeAtoo\ and\ Mr. and. Mrs..Howard; \ Cih-;. .n : : "

-- ganist-imd\ Director, Cheryl'McElrpy; ..- TJie: girls ing and daughters of Tai Y '
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:! .wore dresses. in jainbpV ,,colrprs 1.:4 JQ'EA BUSINESS' DIRECTORY ,
c- ,, Richard Cushman, Youtty:>> Dir. hassee spent the weekend; _
I and arrie m.atching i wjth Mr, M Turner .
Ct : Sunday. :School: 9:45: ,a. ,m and.-Mrs. k.
: candles. Debbie Hicks was .
l ] and, ysr{yne. I -: _- Ii
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Worship 11 .5
Morning a. m. ; --- ---; ----
--- ,. -. I pianist, and MJ.-S. 'rn1. .lin Visiting" Mrs: John Shuf- brd [ ._ __:::-:-._-___ _:_'_-_,, --_. ._. -_. ----_-_._-_I -_ -_ -
== 1 -: Youth People 1 p.m. Pio .Q'Steen .sang tw sele. tiphs.! : -- -- --
r and :Dave the. week.W41ie I '
during! ; I.LA1T'BRAKES '
Mrs. Hicks\ ,
< Charjes XWA -' _
sister Mrs. ( ,
fl'rx .
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1 4NTE END LABEL? counselor,,a.nd Rev-JV. P. McEh. Anthony;\. ,awh\: ; r' ister-il- i!I I I"- VOLKSWAGEN, ; ; Johnson & Paris .- '

\'y .psor. -Jnade. the preJVJarIar Jaw,, Mrs. Henrjt Ranseur: ofIffwtoni Hull's. Brake. Supply Sales, Service. Farta I! Mtchine4 I

| FROM "ANY LON .OJB .. 'MELROSE' s ntation Mosher,.. Has Party N: Pi ,..".'"''Rk.. t ;'..., PtCI.n'.1 71"7,ts."10"\- MiUer.Brown.Motors I I Inc.'Complete Line. of .. t

,2 DIY .PRI4NLI ( K 'James.Shuford of Saxe, Va. Eyry car',9 v -fruck .. i Service Co.
;- I,, ." .. : &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Front' AA ..ldatrla. Jean Mosher daugh- apt\ dajightervMrs.! R. R. Jones I --
c-- -at\EAD, -:. ( 'Preceding""Page) ter. of Mr. anq Mrs. Milton ,- and- her 'sonf:David, have Turning_ .Grinding; Relining 2-3532 FERTILIZERSInsedlcidea New Horn Wft.ecchi .
= ., Masher celebrated her ..eighthbirthday. While You- Wait- ,. 1030;: University Ave. -Pet Supplies
) : ,
j l>>f' ;'".'. ,ot..-.! .. ; returned! to their home a/ter. j Pfaff
START YOUR \ '! : ":' E Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thayer ) .on,:Tuesday% June.19., a weeks.-visit .with Mr.'J arid 1111 8. Main Gaine1lie Gainesvill I'We Rent Fertilizer I m4er8'I Sales & Service

haye. been visiting i relatives WitJX a party\ at ,their Jl I: : tts., C. R!.J3huford. ._ 224 N. W.. 8th Vlv. I
SET TODAY! J. i :1t ff. and friends in Akron and Games..wjerejollowed by,openirig" B & G Motors Co. Repairs On All Make
i Mr. and Irs. E. G. [Bobby FR 2.647fU
C ', JJ :: Youngstown, Ohio. of gifts with r refresh- OAUILL.\C OLDSMOBILEF85 < 8154'. Univ. Ave.. Gainesvth.,1 .
] Norman announce the ;AUTO RADIATORS
= Buy'PJxieDarling Uf rf : Col. and Mrs. Jesse P. n entsof ice..crea n. cake,,can- HILLMAN Gainesville. Pie 376-1075
= .:. I :1' : : arrival of a daughter, Kim- "
'l' f. -= Green have returned from a 4y.aii4 P\,nch''served,tq:the 29. I'.Bqti r-'a Radiator Sales and Service
E Bread 1! berly: Ann. "JII-FI STEREQ1L. .
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visit with relatives and friendsin present.Personals. oJ 2001 N.V.. 13th. Rt. 441 L
Mr..and Mrs. Otis Teston
= San Antonio, Austin, and Sem' FR 6.7315 f ROOFING

I START YOUR SET OF THIS BEAUTIFUL STAINLESS 1 other points in Texas. Linda:demons of Ruskin is Gainesville spent.the week- Top Tunes"The ,... .. 1

= PATTERN NOW. FOR EACH 5-PIECE SETS :=I Peggy Rothhammer daughter visiting bee .this, week. .with end with Mrs. Teston'spar- Most Modem Corea In Stock DODtiE tANCERSIMCA:: Biggest Litt, Record ., .,

E TING SEND 3 OFTHE DATED END LABELS FROM =: of Mr. and Mrs. Glynn .her ,brother-in-law and sister. entsMr: : and Mrs: Paul Smith I Repairs All Oars TruckA -- Shop in tft;& ou'...n. The Helzel Co.

= ANY LOAF OF DIXIE DARLING BREAD AND $1. =: Rothhammer, spent the week .Mr. apd Mrs. Paul Jones. and family. I National' Trailer Rentalye. Sales Parts Service HI-FI Sterefl Cqmptment Dealer S ROOFING

.: E TO: =.I with her aunt and uncle, Mr. Mr. and'Mrs. Wayne Green .Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lowe of :519j1 4th ., Gainfgvillp _,. ,v VSED C.>RS Tp9 t Pilo -.JiarmKLI ..J i4Pr SHEET METAL

= ROYAL DUTCH,. P. 0. Box 98, Brooklyn 1, N. Y. '= and Mrs. Larry Thompson in ,and\ chUdren, formerly Of Bel- Gainesville; -and .Ray Dorman! I.. .! 2-0496! ; Poole-Gable Motors Fairchild _C ara AIR CONDITIONING

St. Augustine.Mr. 4evupv Nebr., and now, enroute .and.l sqn .of Jacksonville-. ,.. ., were'. -- --- 5-- 119,&: EI tst.-'Avt. GainesvilleFR 811 W! UaiGl'e.: Ga1eej1lIe:! II No Job Too Large Or Too Smaj
NEW LOW to be Sunday visitors of Mr. and I -- ..t" ::;1% ..t. ......1i 202 8. };. 4th St.
| PRICE -..Dixie Darling Enriched White |a and Mrs. Ralph Mathews to. Hawaii where they're I AUTO SALES &:SERVICE 2-4S13 ., .. Gaine.4
i and family are spending :stationed\ with the Air .Force, .Mrg,. 5- .E. Jleddish.At I ? :.f. FR 2-1491 ..
IiiPERiAL. illIES"1\r.EAff"} ,, ._.
I a few days in Ormond Beach. Thursday .of, last_ TIe churches ; CHHYSLER Automatic,Yr .ixrnjopat ., =0< __ ___
I f', ) : 1
; Miss Kathy uVanEtta of .,'ee with Mr. and. Mrs. RI- Gracp' -Methqdist; Church PLYMOUTH! VALIANT i..nerrya II -
: 'I BreOdI ONE .
:= Gainesville celebrated her 14th I I fh rd. May and .daughter. School 9.45: ; orship 11 a.n.orshpip5MTF\. Authorized* Sale* -' Part" DAY SERVICE Oa1.mvWt:&:: MoatPashJooftbliAddres TACUtJH CLE1NtRS
:.:. birthday Saturday witha I They're spending a .month; in vening -3'-. ewce. AND t REPAIR % 'or. La4iu.. ... >- '

..-..9 swimming party at the home Florida with friends and rel ea.cU Wednesday 8 pan. EXCHANGE :;; .
i Hawes-Powers DRESES8UITJcOTS
-i of her grandparents, Mr. and atives. ..' First Baptist: Sunday School ,- Gator ..AutomaticTransmission'serviCe -. AH, .Jt V.aLUUIU"It..Jt

:.:. Mrs. E. I. VanEtta. Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Baker 10j.; .yfofship U am, Train- 'MotorCo.t; %*: ACCESSQB.1E4 l;,. ).i Zjij 1JtP4lf.t:

2ZOOZI39? :: Mrs. Jean Alvarez and children 'and children of ,Orlando are jngUpioip.m..;Evening:.Warship : 105 W"UntrU&it7.&G.aJneIJUl. ....>>rigin.To Kirby''''

1 S spent Thursday at the visiting,this' week with her' parents 8 Pffi; .Prater Meeting FR: 2-2561 INC. IO\tER'_'. f.... ;4/It1 NEW A"i.CUUHSJ,

1 -- --:; home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack' :, Mr. and Mrs R/H. .each; WeqpeSijl.r $ "p.m.WIKtf. ?04 N.Main..,Galn.sviIi& 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.) Autoz d. KJrbl-DstributcrGaiB

.--. -_: --- Miller; .Parker. 1.4 ';"... :. Vied Can'- 313 N; UalnFft Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 GainesvilleMayflower 't2 ,
-; Mr. and Mrs. George Rippey Mrs. Mamie Mead left last I 'Y .V TV,!'T .. Y. .T' 6-34M CONCRETE PRODUCTS ,Kirby

ALL week for a visitto Cocoa, .. oJ
STORES WILL BESTOCK : spent Tuesday in Ocala with ---- J

; Mrs.Rippey's niece, Mrs. Mark with her son-in-law and LINCOLN,- MERCURY :.wS ST-,THAT ALL JOUR $l\le. nervice
1 3 Camp. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Otis COMET I FUT _XJpNCRETE PRODUCTS LOCAL AND LONG
Mr. and Mrs. Chester I Skinner. ::: AJI JHE'BEST DISTANCE MOVING I! E., Ml: Ik; .
3 Taylor ? 'i':: 'tBi'shthet Green* I'Aui rlzedSalesSerylce4 :' .FROM; '* t, riI{
I I IJ.l of visited Mr. ";- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tomlinson : II I Storage And .
CLOSED i Miami Taylor ,parts Edwards Building r '" ,.

LI LIE I brother-in-law; and sister .of Route '3. Stxrke<.,were: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ... ... ... ". .j jr Trained. Mechanics Good ;. Galnuvfll Crating6i224: --,"- --] ..11" _,. _j. J

'Mr* and Mrs Ry Birt. 'visiting, !here, Sundaywith, Mr Mr.apdf: M a? :'Jack: *Simmons -I UsfdCariJJarkley Supply, !Inc.! .-p -'-p ;...., 7, .. .
E! Mr. am Mrs. .& I* Baker and, Mrs. B- n.Booth.: : "- of 'Gainesvijlg. visited;I 726:BI Main,-, FR, 2-4844 MUSIC SUPPLIES .. \vttnliir

and children and :Mr. Baker's Mrs. Ophelia Moore, and u..1 Motors .Ga.InesviUeI-2r_ ., .- -' .-- ., ,. .

I I mother of .Carsicana, Texas it. .'v'Tyy'-y'yy"T'yyyy-1 .1r4 $tday. : ." I ..1,5 N., Mai*." Gainesville ELECTRIC' MOTORS ., I Lillian's M sic. Store 1- j

"juwh visited Mr. and Mrs, W. James. lott .'il"U the guestof '.. .-- J .. UniversalIC :W clcliI!1
Allen and family. EVERGREEN t-s5 -- i: ; ''
-- Edwa'rd WUkeQIiae Crane'Motor Go. _: Electric Motor daliierfnI:4e'Since j ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lassiter -
If 3 J
ity1aweek. __ f' : Q inpany
-- s. 'I' .
.. -- daughter of Hialeah.vis !?.: AIAKK A.'fGUA; Repair Co.orGATh'F.sYnLE. KRAXAYEB ;
.. -- and ; Sirs. iuiAAALAALLAAAt.IAAk44A e !.!r. and Mrs. Jake Vermaas WINTERCABLE .
= .I! ited Mr. and Mrs.J. A. Las-- of Ft. Laud rdale .W TQ 'guests' ENGLISH FORD : INC. Pipe !polanmf-- St.I {4P1USt

= UP siter. $ pi" "Miss lindaTGreen. veaI{I CEDEs' BENZ-- VOLVO COMPLETE ELECTRIC!: PL'iO.PIA.o! a. I g4p- Tiu

cThf:1NOW( AND Faith Presbyterian* Church" '*" ReV i1if: llrsr: J..r; N6>- .$l(la eL Mr ;'Vjennaa*J Authorized Sales &: Senrio. :UOTOB .* cnoea OEGANS -nIt-$3, i' fleTr1Irn ,

:.:. SAVE I I having !its.vacation! :;Bible, maa.' and) sm visited friends; 'was ''- fqrmer roommate.kofrLln4as i e Hplet 'eryee" far" All J ,' SALES AND SERVICE Ouitarj.Dnifaji -4-.. 4r.M4pEw:;
.. Schoo! ijp nday thrpiigh Friday .-. and relatives at,the Oak Grqve 'at Florida Southern i ,. Blakes" 'Tfotributor; of' iNewtLincolB IiIc- O .. W.trOA. W rk
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.. :=:! ; Children-"':-- registered' Mon-. Baptist Church homecoming' .pollee ta Lak'eland' .. 506 E. University Ate. MptOr" Budgets 519 S. MaIn'Gain.eviU

I day. 1st Sunday.; Mr.a.n:
nUl UUlUlIIlllll 1lI1 U II UllIIllllIUIIUlI1II fltUiu lll IIlllllt U lIJlIUlUll Mrs/,-. Gusman... ).! Madsen- .' of. _Mrs.: Jean Gasldrrc, cele ,Tins! and family of-Lake 'ButI '1... GI1&e te., L 1030 8. Miin. Ga1neniD: 112 s..: L.PirsV '. 0aWIY1l1t Fa'. 74j'c ., .

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,itTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'F : mumps. I pasture on Vernon' Reddish's'. ,rrtfl ass-r trrsflrrsWITH 1.flet r her )love this money for FIRST'CHRISTIAN I I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 6:30 p.m.Wednesday. I Evening Assembly Worship,
Dave Coverdale broke his place. the I
He stopped tractor- j her nu&e
YOUR : 9W i!f CHURCH ,i Bible Classes,
.XILIE.By ankle while ,last Sat I i leaned over the steering wheel) j i i I i Hot_ Weather! EffectIf CHURCH Church St. \I
urday. !I and remarked! "Mowing sure I 3991. ..,. .
COUNTY you grazing 537 W:! CallSt; Starke
10 .MIsM C. B. Nolan' children Airs. Marjorie.of Silver. Spring Sacks MeL'arid, 'I:! ture.helps". the! looks of the pas-. .. be out in the opent you: \ can i I'!,B dsett,_ Minister. i I i .II. Walton Grady, 9:45 Minister .....AM ULAN.. E &R VI t .. .
sure of one thln&produttion Sunday School : ajn.
& are'visiting relatives here, The Florida Forest Service SupdaY School, 9:45 a. m. I PHONE 964-2600
;\\M,!. ;\ I Ir i Tat '""fi goes down as thj temperature -. : j: Morning Worship 11 a.m.!
Mrs.' I I having n"called, here by lie ; lire control unit, in cooperation Church Worship, 10:45 a. m.I ; Jones Funeral HomeD
f Earl Mosley and children : goes up; Whether it be | Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. i DeWilt C.,
and Mrs. Randolph Crosby -I 0 I serious illness of her brother i iI I with' Farm Forester Don pork or beef or poultry, thereI Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir, Thursday, Choir Practice : Wit.C.., Jones Registered Funeral Director

erljoyed an outing at Jack: !I in Mrs.Green Bobby Cove Godwin Springs.? entertained I, ChaplpioAt.s new timber stand rt improvement the!-i I ., ,. I II I I *IS: k fetter gains:ig weight, ,: practice, 6:3Q: !} p.m1 CYF, 7 p. 7:30 ,p. m. :iEVS2GREEN i Starke, Kla.
phville Beach last Tuesday. I f which ears more meat, when:
at her home last Saturday : 'program. :Thismethodo : m. Prayer ,Meeting, 7:30: p. RENTAL SERVICES
t-Mii and Mrs. Randolph there is more comfort fori
Crosby enjoyed supper withAIr. !" afternoon with a birthday 1, ( controlling undesjr able trees} R i your. 'livestock.. and"poultry., j jj i in.: Wednesday., Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs CrutchesGI'I

and Mrs. ll:- J, :rparrish I part honoring her I will be a step towards putting 4,d Research. !: irifqrm'atlqn.hs' ;: i .' the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m-,
I daughter. Barbara, her 5th j -- ,
on your unproductive! woodland and family at their home I -
on shown that, in the case of cat- -
Kingslepr; Lake,,last .S_ turday.wght. .,i tiffthday) anniversary.. About,: acres into 'a productive con -k tie": the' fee3 intake fanS, offafter I :
12 folks this
young enjoyed dition. I | -4-
I I reaches
tempfrature -
: occasion with Barbara. and ,: Tom Tatum says lie is getting .I the
'IfMrs. Bob McClung Mrs. 8f Livestock
and es, 7J ( degrees; .
were served ice cream I some Black Turpentine -
henry McClurig Carter visited and In kiss Orange Gail birthday cake. beetle damage to.tie trees he "n-. 1' G"1'.. ,. I{_u guts' I I 'also requires'extra! rises water: 'as
temperature : At
Bible School was held last is working for gum. Most Qf any ,. .
x. ''
Bails last Friday with' Mrs. !
Gas Tax RefundIf time, water is important. At
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week at the Mt. .Zion .Baptist. Uig damage is to trees, along '
Halfowes, : you used gasoline on the 60 degrees a 600 pound- steer ,
Church and has
was very success- ponds or wet area. Tom
,,]tale are glad that Mrs. R. V. farm'for agricultural purposes -i will drink 6 to 7 gallons oj ,
ful. i
II started a spray program using p
Iterance Is getting along I during the period of July j water and at 90 degrees temperature I w
Walter Mk! ctte of Ft. Lau- Benzene Hexachloride i i. J h '
ricely( after surgery in the < i this steer will drink :
I' derdale came last weekend to and diesel oil to control the 1, 1961 through June 30, 1962,
DOctor's. Hospital in Starke. beetles. I there is 4c per gallon refund 10 to 12 gallons of water per I II "
take his mother to Ft. Laud- :
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and i i waiting for Your signa- 1 day. ,
( Rev. Edward Harvey and you. ; \X\ : \\f
crdale to be with his sister '
?Mrs. Nell Waters were visitors! l ture, the number of gallons Repeat Rat Reminder
:: Brady Collins used the Dis-
In Jacksonville last I Mrs. Sarah Waler, who is ill. i
Friday. used, and a 4c stamp is all time of the is
Waters' We' wish her a speedy recoV- ', tript fertilizer spreader to fer- Any year a'
; and Mrs. Jack tilize their pastures. that is required. We have the good* time to kill rats and: 'I
aM cry.
children of Jacksonville : cards here in the office for mice: Out the between
Sonny Tenly used' the Dis- on farm |r '
'V sited here Saturday with trict seeder' cultapacker to you to mail in and make'your| now and corn pulling' iI7 :

1 Mrs. Dorothy Waters and fam- plant permanent pasture on i requests. You might be sur- time, is an especially good :I :

#i Dr. Barry's farm. prised to .look through your time to kill rats. As you begin -
:y Mrs. Richard Norman and I records or drew on your be.: to use upyour last year's
son of Highland were gueQ& tui..u.u.a..uuwSTATE mory a little bit and deter-s supply of feed or as your
of Mrs. Dorothy Waters and mine how much gasoline, you I ply of any feed Is low, 'rats ('

family Saturday. Our 41 .-Soi1 Our'StrengthSoil FARM used during; this period. Gasoline wffl naturally begin to look'
Little Miss Rhonda Taylor ,used on the:highway wls.. around. for 'something differ-
o} Jacksonville spent last FrIday Conservation I i By Mrs. E. F. Mayton nto eligible for fax refui\d.\ 'It ent.By B having a- supply of rat i

night and Saturday withr. i can be gas used in your'rfarmthink :: bait available for them you ;
and Mrs. Buddy Brown- N-E-W-S LAV AA1uLl&uAAAAAIMiss this program was worth I will i be keeping money in your i:

lfg. Nell Crews of Jack- let her have this money for,, pocket, instead of having to' t
'\ Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- fly Bill Haw sonville is the guest this her own use. buy extra feed. I
shaw} and Eon have returned I '
,Home from a vacation trip to The Soil Conservation; Farm week of her aunt and: uncle: We; have had several! farm- We.rjave'a little secret here roC
tne Smokey Mpuhtajris. Plan for P. D. Reddish was I, Mr.. and Mrs. Bobby Pearson. ers In the past who did not .i in the office, about killing' ratsthan
Little Miss Donna Marie. revised to' bring' his soil and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell thing this program was worth is sure worth your time T a;

Jerkins of Jacksonville spent I water conservation ,program spent the weekend at Daytona checking into a little tit. Af- coming by to ask about. F a
Beach. ter they did do a. little figur- Strawberry Soil Samples
last Saturday with her grandparents I up to da c. He has put all his '
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. ing they were surprised at the I
Mr. and Mrs. Junior j fiel cs into Pensacola Bahia In a few days July will be
P. McLendon over the weekend I amount of tax refund
Wilkinson and sons. grass. They are fenced so that : here. Indications are still
We regret mat'Miss Minnie I' he can practice proper pasture were Dr. and Mrs. H. B'i' sible. At the rate of 4c per i good that we will have lots I

Zell Groves is ill and wish her use. .Some of the pasture McLendon and daughter gallon over a 12 month period ,I of interest in our next straw- \0.
t speedy I improvement methods: are: Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Charles you might be able to berry season. You may havea
: L. Meister of Winter Park, count up several dollars. If
graze the pasture at a rate cover crop or you may wantto
Marian Higginbotham, Martha and Mr. and Mrs.. C. R. Mc- the .:: a
that will maintain the grasses'and I you as working man on plant a cover crop on your r x
Harris, and Claudia legumes in a high state :: Donell of''Tampa. .I the farm are not interested, strawberry land. Any type cover ds
Brown returned Saturday af- of production don't graze the! Recent guests or Mr. and tell your wife about"it. and crop is good if ii' is turned :; : vn;::
tjpr. a week, spent at the 4-H I
grass lower than three inches, Mrs. Pat Dickens were Mr.I' under! far enough ahead so
at Cherry Lake. .
Camp to Herman Moore and i I I will be .
and mow the pasture reduce and Mrs. that all vegetation "
We regret the little Miss: entertained for 'their young A ., .
competition of undesirable :; baby, Mrs..Jufienay and baby : thoroughly decomposed. '
Connie Hlgglnbotham' is' ill plants and to encourage j! Washington, D.C., Mr. and daughter, Jackie, Saturday soil test for your strawberryland .
'and, wish her a speedy rernvery. uniform growth of he grass. Mrs. Curtis Dickens of Way- afternoon with an outdoor i I is highly important. You

I Talking about mowing pasture, ;: cross, Ga., and Mrs. Ben Por- I weiner roast on her, 12th i i need to find{ out that your

Sorry to. learn that little I came upon Glenn Reddish tier of Albany, Ga. birthday anniversary. Ten soil does not need a liming !
Miss Nancy Harris has the I I mowing a' Pensacola Bahia Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith":, young guests shared the ""arj j material or that it does need' llrin + ho'
fair with Miss Smith.
.- I one as soon as you can. If you. ,
have not ;experienced soil fumigation # .I "
.r : IrnIb
,"' ;,you need to talk to I
\ some grower who has fumi- i.
i iit gation strawberry soil or come .
talk to 'us there are a few 1
II steps in'"Soil fumigation' guaranteed

I j i that must ''be done a cer- I' i iyouriew

., I i tain way if you are to expect -
0 : good results. We wool i
4 not sqrpfiS.ej: a.nd would be ,
i .; r mighty'happy"to see nearly 100 .

HI I I plastic percent mulching.of our;''growers use ,! Ji"felof () G 'lf

F iVE .' Here agam.. there is 'a right I'
: way and a, wrong way to ute I
I this material. No one needs -

) I to tell .you that strawberries'
|! have"been a good crop for''

:: : i BradfordCounty over many 1.Iresyou are protected

H i I njany; .yeajS-' We .look forward ,. ,

I OtL1 to another crop coming up. .

oTHEY'RE Methodist Church

Schedule for week of July 1: against all road hazards

AND WE'RE PRICING LOW AND TRADING all ages, 9:45: a.rh. Morn-

Youth Meetings, 7 p.m. Eve-

ning Worship, 8 p.m. :

,>, SO GET THE BEST BUY OF THE YEAR AT YOUR FORD' DEALERS' will Monday meet jointly- Circles at the 2 and homeof 6 l regardless of i weaf

'e. -4-l Mrs. H. H.; Adams, 3 p.m ,
: Official Board meeting, 8 p.

SUMW6E0ERDUS i : I m.Circles of the WSC3 will ,

I meet Tuesday as follows: Circle tegardless of mil.eago-!

;;;: : 1. with Mrs. Charles Saw- .
yer, 10 a-m. Circle 3 with

.. Mrs. W. L. Blair and[ Miss ., / ,
Amy Coburn, 10 a:m. Circle t.

FINANCE TERM5! DON'T PAY A CENT FOR 6 WEEKS I WE'LL'EVEN GPl100' ': 4 10 with a.m. Mrs Circle: 'S,5 G.will Denmark meet at, L < "' :I ;l1. .}! ; '

,. ..,.... UP TO $300 IN CASH IF YOUR- PRESENT CAR,-HAS A HIGH ENOUGH.TRADE-IN'VALUE.. : Harry 10 a.m.. Green at 'the., followed home of by :Mrs.luncheon" ,', ;", ... ;s ..-,... ....,. I .

1 ; ': at ;, A "J 4..f Mg ., .- ,,
,' noon. C: .a m'Q.. .. .. .
: I'... :'1', WednesdayPrayer' Meet- : M' "aUj ,nltiiJ'
ing, 8 .
p.m.Thursday !
:-j" ::: :,; ': Chancel Choir 1f'R tAt'NTEE ,:
1 :
:, : I .
I : rehearsal, ,. 7:30' pm. -. .. '. .
rI : II # intentional. or
'i ; :: :, : -, 3 4 v. .. ..
: '
{ maliciO .
: : ip.
At The Tabernacle for
: .
I +' (except tPro\e'service- y;
1s :
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; a -..; .5.-:."'.. -.-" ..:. . > .t.. ':" M i tl p 1f, tor our Gull bran d tics dope hen used for a :
). w
BRM mM'III, Miss Phyllis Martin, mis- nag en4.4mage mom' ufetlme,' y fit'4r
I '... ; ;; ; p entire guaran teed ulad3ustun ent as a (.
tt$ entitled
sionary to Ecuador will show -
.W you material, You y
.1: j FORD PICKUPS! LOADED WITH SPECIAL L SAVINGS NOW! pictures of interesting scenes .- !::) A:t \nonce maternal pure is defective w arlima' -hi p or is any other J3 a .;. ":,

., ., 81GHT j I in that country and give 'informative e folly U the cause.. Witho t'charge. l g cause, brand- a ,, ,
oU a
facts about her :. : ; Vf tire. offer Y. '
.! wUl eve a withoutcha $ ot :
'. work there.: this Friday nightat I .) ': 2 Gulf will rep au it rtion of the p?tirchase p rice. ,
the Gospel Tabernacle. reason' deditf r that Po ._.4
Jife'o.fthe tue.'j' r .i
S ;
I tore, .noWing. anteed'mf\m11m;, 1 1N .
Friends of the Mlsslon .are
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cordially Invited to attend and[ < < '' <: j); (.01
enjoy this evening of music, : ,
iE <
t ; message, and 'med1tation. II i :

i I The Flanrielgraph) lessons in ;! ,
Bible School illustrated Sunday morning MIpfm "LIfetime Warranties _. .
T : was the story of ; \

ntFAICONS .. : the Tra)!figuration.] Next Sunday I -M.M" frMt: acs" s Suit ,CROWN::15 to 21. moS.. ',
RIIM ..IOr.111ri1Y.wr. ...enr ; the lesson will be about, t.
'J' ; LAS r rta an dth e/lich. man. I \lfLtIOWlf-J4 t _to U.Rml. ,. a_Gulf CUSHION-iZ to 15 mos. r

: SAYEON-M; -[ FALCON IN STOCKY 6plAXIfS[ BIG.sur mm 0 OK A mm (fORD, !(;" : r:; Lazarus The Flannelgraph and. the rich lesson man.:in I. .....&.. 'T. "t iitIr -__..... 'r .

\ ; Jrejfajues'yoii can jruststoptattisigTfiDf
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; i, North 301, 24 miles out, of : ,
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twrn'oa left 61 the road. ;
: FgJWLEGAR MOTORS 'Young People's Meeting t. .
Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday a ;. ..
; School. 10 a-m. Sunday Night : ,COMPANY:
206 A11150N ,
: WEs 'ST. '' PHONE 96:3381, .. .EEGISTSTARKE .
II 7 p. m. Everyone : '
. cordially invited to attendfRggy'fcarl r: .FLORIDA. f.., ,% ,

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TTYYTYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYI Mr. and Mrs. Pete Parrish ladies all
obligations.Card LAURA BAPTIST Ister the said name
and children of Linden- were filling their Of Thanks NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .
Bayless Hiway weekend guests of her parents, etables for the OF INTEREST TO COLORED CHURCH I that the undersigned. desiringto County, Florida

Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Mr. and CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mrs. Jerlene Dammon'and am.1! engage in business under the SONIA SMITH
I Sunday Scnool 9:45:
They were accompanied home family wish to thank their I S fictitious name of "BEAUTI TED M. SMITH
By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAkAAAAAAAAALAAAA4jA dish and PLEAT", at Route 1, Box %7%. ; 6-21 4t '-12
Morning Worship 11
Sunday aj their son, Cyril were weekend (By Elizabeth Givens) many friends for-the many I a.m.[ Starke, Florida, intend to reg-!
who has acts of kinaness shown I Convalescent Home service, 31>
several !
spent days parents, the T. . . . .. .. .. .. & & & & & & . ..... . 4..._ ill____ u during_ -
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with A &
We had very good attend his grandparents.Mr. Mr. and I uie iiiness ana aeain 01 our I, to 4 p.m. Evening worship SHOP ANYWHEREFOR

ance at church: Sunday morning and Mrs. Fred Broad- and daughter, Time Again L. A. Sampson pastor, will observe I i husband and father. Deacon 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night :
well and'baby of Jacksonville Henry Dommon. May God NEW OR USED
and, evening with several Jacksonville Five days of camp- play, pastoral day Sunday Prayer Meeting. 7:30: o'clock. '
visited her parents. Mr. and guests of her films, stories bless you.
visitors. Sunday School attendance Mrs. L. A. Crosby, Sunday. starting with Sunday Schoolat A'OTICE Then Come See Us!
.was off a little due to and sister, Mr. rest food, and fun. 9:45: a.m. Morning Service SEVENTH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
some members being on Little Sue Crosby went home ward Brown I is a Christian, church- DAY that the undersigned, desiring !II
vaca with them for a visit. Love Feast, 11 ajn. Evening ADVENTIST CHURCH to engage in business under the,
tion. Your news Service 6 p.m..Holy Communion I fictitious name of "WHITE-
S Misses Gloria Crosby, Faye has changed Normal &; Industrial Me- Sabbath School [Saturday] HEAD BROTHERS", at P.O. ,
Vacation Bible School closed Alvarez, and Gloria William College at St. Augus will administered by 9:30: a. m. Morning Box 106, Starke Florida. (1102
that Mrs. Ellis Worship,
Colley Road) intend to
Friday night with commencement the pastor. All members are register UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour
son were visiting in Jacksonville from It is held August 6-12 11 a. m. Located between Wilson the said name with the Clerk'
at the church. p.m. asked to make contributionsto I
of the Circuit Court ,
of Brad-
Saturday. girls and boys from 9 Road and Griffis ,
concluded is hard for ford County Florida.
by a weiner roast Authorized Dealer
the leaders for the steward
In the Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mrs. news together. 12 years of age, and E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone L. K. WHITEHEAD I:
13-18 for and 9641324.
Freddie Watterson were in asked me to girls 6-21 4t 7-12 I
were given to 65 children and I
Gainesville last Saturday. So if from 13 to 16 years. Reg -
12 workers. We had a wonderful anyone ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dyer attended please call me starts at 9 a.m. on ', -:'
Bible School with an average <
daily attendance of 63. homecoming at Sardis hand it to me 6 and 13. Total camp '.' I .
Baptist Church in Worthington day. fee must be sent with res .
T: .
The WMU Brotherhood, Springs last Sunday. tions. .' .;_ : '\
RA's and OA's, and Sunbeamsof ,, Legion Auxiliary '
of Jacksonville -yyyy yyyyy
Johnny Erggen: -

Monday Bayless night Hiway with Church 45 mem-met with is his spending grandparents this, week the CLAY The will American sponsor Legion.a barbecue Aux- : :; : .

bers attending. The Brother- T. N. Normans. of chicken and pork ribs How
:: Shell's
hood served refreshments at July starting at 11 a.m., Super
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fletcherof S :
the .
close of the meeting. Jacksonville visited the T. By Mr* J. all members and friends 7. .
Everyone is invited to come A asked to patronize the
out and attend these N. Normans and the Eldon'Sapps .
meetingson The Bermuda Hop will
Monday night after the recently.Mr. i I Mrs. tnn at 7 4th Sunday in each month. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis' ter and other donation at the door, and

Church Calendar: Sunday visited his brother-in-law and L Ohio visited door prizes will be given.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. join the fun at the Ma 9
School, 10 a.m. Preaching Ser- Mr. and Mrs. ingredients give

vice 6:30: p.m.11 a.m.Evening Training Service.Union, his Ellsworth brother in and Dade sister-in-law City and::I of Highland reporter.HalL.- Mrs.: Corene Mc- can

1:30: pan. Mid-Week Prayer Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ellis In in Tampa Legion, 4th Div.

Service. 7:30: pm Wednesday Lakeland over: the weekend.; Mr. and All elected officers for the .

with different members lead- Friends of Mrs. W. J. Mc- kinson of 1962-63 of the various

ing. Come out and enjoy these Rae will be interested to know r Buddie's sister, Legion Posts were
services with us. that she is improving after a sonville one by the Division Com

PersonalsMr. recent illness in a Gainesville Baptismal Julius Royal Sr., on cars top performance
and Mrs. Russell Crosby hospital.Mr. held near the 24 at the War Memor- ;.

of Jacksonville attended and Mrs. Ellery Sappvof Church this Auditorium in Ocala. I
'services at Bayless Hiway Jacksonville are building anew noon at 2:30.: Junior Baseball chairman -
lust Sunday. With Mr. and home on Bayless Hiway. candidates L. Rease of Ft. Lauder-

Mrs. Glen Stanley and children They will be moving in soon, and three from was guest of honor at

also of Jacksonville, they and we welcyme them backto to be baptized.The : installation service. In his ,....... ...... .
of "< """'"'"" --- .... .._.... .....
were dinner guests of the our community.The Black: encouragement he r' ';"
Floyd Crosbys. farmers 'are very busy lonal Quarterly "I hope and trust that m: ; : : :; :::1G'i>: .
post is ready, for the :c\
Mrs. Nick Crosby was in Pa- now gathering tobacco and L be held at .'. ..' ,
latka last, Friday afternoon. peas. Mr; Gaskinrsnd Lester on July 13. -Junior Baseball." .... .""."w L'
) Mr. And Mrs. Eddie Norman Crosby both have 'beautiful]I Our The Commander asked
fields of tobacco, and Lonzi I post to let this year be
Tisited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. School meeting
Norman has fine Theyare cooperative one. Set your
IIetaaD of. Lake City, and ready for the peas.freezer. He Thursday night then do your best to ...:....
was well
and Mrs. Jack Sapp inLake

Butler: Sunday afternoon. sells says the them market very is cheap."shot,"The but were ed by all. 'ch it.NewsEbenezer Staff reporter. ... ...... ... .11 ...

--- tional was led Baptist Church: ;:.. : ". .

message.lock who gave Goody Pastor's 30. at Sale the Aid home on is sponsoring Saturday of Jam- L4 :

I were present.
WANTEDXTIES ISon] Reason in front of I .
won or
church. There will be '
banner for the :
It of hot fish, potato pies,
ance. seems
ice cream. Come and en-
banner most of
a grand outing. Mrs. :
,see if we can't -; \ V / w
reporter. : .* 4f *
from them.Vacation .
New Bethel Baptist Church Mr (

SAWN OR HEWN A. Vinson pastor, will
Clay really
Sunday School at
/ 9:30
they could do ., BTU at 5:30: pjn.All ____.__ .___. ___ .
as well as work. onmm. .w< w ""=-- ':::OOC:: : """ N" <, :Jf t._ : :"'>=""""" -""'"

HARDWOOD & PINE off with an st&rb'T to of be Choir present,2 choir are POWER INGREDIENT in Super Shell works for world NOISE-FIGHTING INGREDIENTS in Super Shell work
and jumped to
night. Their at 7:30: Thursday champion driver Phil Hill (above, in Ferrari racer). Hill, for a quiet engine at all speeds. Shell scientists even use a

was more than June 28. Men's Day first American to win the World Championship for Drivers above check
be observed at Bethel on stethoscope( )to effect of Super Shell's anti-knock S

Good Prices --- Quick; Jay someone's Of course, part this, i' 4th Sunday in July. relies on Super Shell.:One important reason: power. Today's ingredients. One of these ingredients, an anti-knock mix, is

sults were Sunday third annual School session and BTU of Super Shell contains "catcracked"gasoline power ingredient so effective that a teaspoon per gallon can boost anti-knock

DELIVERED TO OUR YARDS The two Bible hours School each Auxiliary to the Mt. made by cracking heavier petroleum molecules into rating five points. Alkylate, another Super Shell ingredient,

LAKE CITY JENNINGS HOMERVILLE\ Missionary Baptist As- lighter, livelier ones. It works to the
they really give you power. you is noted for controlling knock in hot engines at high speeds
Rev. G. G. McAr- -
,AND BALDWINCall ., jl mencement day night. was : model atof, will convene need for top performance. better than anything else.yet available.

For Specifications And Details :... Pleasant Grove Missionary
Attendance Church Keystone ---.:.::-. ,m--.: ::::<:: :"'::::-.--:':':': :':'::0mo.: : ::::::.::'\>.'-::::: ''':''::::::''':':.-:..::.:.,---. z.m .9-",,% ;v.. I -=,- ",'..:,''>.>.<>.:..:,.....:..:...,..........'.>,.........,................ ................w..w..wm..__ ."._....... ....,'."............................. .......u..u.....".".. ..._.J.- .
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S 752-0335 Sunday July 11-15. The :: ?i;;? I ttJt : T\; ; \ : .i.

100 Sunday, and cent 56 will be "Witnessing -...-. .... -.... .'..:.. : ..:--..:.-. .....:.. : : i'L ; : :

per I Stewardship.Rev.. ... ...... ". ..,: .:...:. .'.ft .. 4 :' .. l'-f
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SOUTHERN WOOD again Adult with Men a :: .D.;A.Robinson Vinson, vice president presi- )"l.... .'-'S.:. ...'. .::' .... ,.:;! ': : r tlr

I missed some of : Mrs. R. B. Duncan, ,. .p W 2 .: :>... .. ., : .. :
PRESERVING COMPANYLAKE the Union sec 4 .t .< ,,: ,. i. .. .t; : : f 4i:
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I will be looking : .' J .e :%( : >: .
Viola Brewton appre- : < ::
.- .' this Sunday. the missionary spirit .tbt,4'c ? .S'H E ,L.L
.. ,.
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-" :--- -- - to her by the people of FrkN. . .: *
I church* and ,community
: alTHhe wonderful things

and said during her ill- \ ._..;
, GENERAL ELECTRI.C I and she plans to give
i service for the cause of

,i .
: Free Will
:1 I Bap-

Whole House ComfortThe I Church. The Bible School .. ..
.. :.. ... .
I was a success, and ; . wi._.
all electric'heat pump-Engineered to fit your I tribute to our. community. -- ...;';;---' ,z. .<_.;,;,;_". ill'Hi' ⅈ;.] .;.:: :?:*;..

is our desire to continue MILEAGE! INGREDIENT in Super Shell Platformate.; TCP* AND FOUR OTHER INGREDIENTS complete

I! program years. through the* com Shell scientists test it in many cars, many places. In a recent Super Shell's 9-ingredient blend. TCP additive can help restore -

BROWN'S REfRIGERATION test in San Francisco.(above) 250 about half
I I : Ladies Department will exactly cc. ( a power lost due to combustion deposits-can also extend

their Woman's Day pint:)of fuel without Platformate fed into test car.Car ran spark plug life. Butane is for quick starts. Pentane mix helps

Phone 969-1121 226 S. Walnut. St. :: drive the 4th is Sunday Over the in July.Top uniil.fuel- was used up I,then coasted to a stop(left).Distance: engines run smoothly during "warm-up." The gum preven

because of the great <' 6186 feet. Test was repeated, using same blend of fuel with tive ingredient is to help keep carburetors clean inside. And
-- ,
of last year, both Platformate added. Same amount of fuel. Same Same
and financial. car. when the weather calls for it, Super Shell contains an anti-

conditions.. In this test, Super Shell with Platformate took
STARKE BUSINESS usual weekly schelule 't icer. That's nine ingredients in Super Shell-scientifically

be followed.- Rev. Louis ? ?.-..-6454- feet. (right)', gave a mileage bonus of 4.3 percent. blended to give your car top performance.
--- --
pastor; Mary Mc- "
reporter. '. 5--r. -.. f .TJademaik for SheU's unique gasoline additive.Gasoline containing TCP is covered by U.S.Patent 2889212.1f ,

Chapel Church, Rev. ., r

Starke Motor J. B. Wright Stark : SALE CIRCUIT BY CLERK COURT OF
Inc.'n SEBYICB I the undersigned. Charles
C Cities S
0., STATION Darby Clerk of the Circuit -
of Bradford County, Flor
rear Local Oottjdete Auto Sarric J. C. Gar'd<< will on the 25 day of June.
during the legal hours of i
' Jobber For Tire flstterIe.-Aoc.r1es Every at, ,the main door of the : WHERE TO GET THE
Cor. Brawnlee t Gait Lubrication __ Washing General Repairs Florida House, of in Bradford the Cftof Coun: REMARKABLE GASOLINE DESCRIBED ABOVETom's
542 Madison Nt-2I01. ke Florida offer for sale
Phoae 964-6801, 964-0811 Tn sell at public outcry to the I,
Cities and best bidder for:
AUTO REPAIRS Dodd's Service & Service the following described I
TIRES B. ,- situated in Bradford JOHN
Auto Sales .,Florida, to.wit: I Shell Service Rivers Shell StationGraham A. TORODE
Earl Garage 705 N. Terapla One square acre in the ICE .
Rambler Sales Serrka corner of *he :NE quarterof I Cor. Madison &: Church Starke Distributor'
ALL KINDS 01'Q PHONE the SW quarter of the.
AUTO BETAS NW quarter of Section 35., r/ .
International Township. 5 South, Range 2!
.. JU1 Work 'Guaranteed UftUsn East. .I Smith's Shell Service Stallings Truck Stop
fleas 989-2984 MufflemflSESTONB to the Final Decree of;

So. Wabut. Btarki '"__ AUTO_ ._ _TIRES_ &' in said entered the a style case :, U. S. 301 Lawtej U. S. 301 Waldo'Prescott's (jJ 4
QIo Batteries AeoessorUt. which is Mid-Stat 'Homes i rBuck's
AUTO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut '"-38'1' Starke a Florida corporation,: .
Grocery ro '
vs. Alice Davis, a! / Service Station

Bill EdwardsSfarce"66" Pam a.u.WIa. number Defendants.of which and la the No.I i U. S. 301 (North) Starke ; MiddleburgBaker's
Gilbert S. Brown '%.
Reoappter fcr : my hand and the'I .

Standard Oil ATLAS Serrie Statin ONE: DAY &,.! of seal June.of said ISLCHARLES Court, this I"I Bill. Reddish Store';.. ;, Shell Station

ServiceWheel NEW TTKBS A. DARBY I .
TIKES & BATTERIES Clerk Circuit Court I Heilbronn Springs Lake Geneva ,
Budcet' Term*- Road Serrict Bl nriT>|p 4 AIgmeit \ : : By: .Marian Deputy I* Crosby Clerk! -'i .
Phone 944-7071 Phone 984-8881 Phone 9 M. HOBBS : H Iey's Garage -- --- Prevatt's Shell Station

407 N. Temple, Stark 817 N. Temple Staits HI Sooth for Plaintiff .
: Tampa Jackson, Florida Street ; Highway 16 (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. StarkeF

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