Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 26, 1962
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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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Jax Engineers In Washington Hearing I Up $55,207 Over 1962School -


i Rehired To Plan Opposing Groups Agree On Need i .

Sewer ProjectStarke Budget

V Iva city council met in For Saving & Loan Association 5Chief

special session last Wednesday Y

< night, July 18, and rehiredthe I The need for a Federal .ter for operation of the institution -

a y i, p.c Jacksonville engineeringfirm I Savings and Loan Associationin ; which would pay ::4 '1-4 Hits $1,386,797Merchants

of Reynolds, Smith, and the Starke trade area was per cent interest pn savings,

VV Hills to plan and supervisethe apparently proved In a day and make loans to ease the

: 4y. proposed extensive sewage and a half hearing early this shortage of construction mon-

..d rT project that has been In the week before the Federal Home ey in this area.Testimony County School Superinl tendent: Harmon P. Morgan

pre-planning stage for some Loan Bank Board in Washington from both applicant Set said this week that the School: Board is assessing 24

time. D. C. .groups_teas"heard by the mills, one more than last year for a total budget of
The Jacksonville firm was Still to be decided is whichof board's hearing officer Ed'Du- To Launch BigCampaign $1,386,797 for the next fis cal year.

a 4"' E 4 rV the original engineer the city two applicant groups [if Pree, who announced at the
V In adding the mill, which
z t tk used but the contract was eitherl will be given a charGos conclusion of the hearing Trade which will net the school
amounts this year to $9.782,
broken over a disagree- Tuesday that each applicant board an extra $6,000, froma
I V ; :: ment concerning a time lag i would be given until September .. the school board is merely $28,000 increase in state
; Prices Members of the Retail Trade taking back a mill which was
in getting the project moving.In 10 to file its brief. The applications Rosser funds resulting from increased
r Committee agreed Tuesday to dropped last year from the !
1 T. the meantime the council will then be studied enrollment and the remainder
Take New launch a citywide fall promo- Interest and Sinking Fund I
by the Federal Home Loan from cash balances
.t engineering tion aimed at a $30 million which goes to pay off the
SMr Bank Board members, with no Rosser To Seek carried over from last year.
$450,000 bond issue for school
irk buyers market beginning the
+ z Thomson, and Hertz to plan price of gasoline drop- indication at the present time Next year's budget shows
construction in 1958.
: V :! the u.s. 301 south project ped another cent here Tues- as to when a final decision week of August 9. passed $825,272 going for instructional -

but chose not to let them go day as the city's newest two- might be reached.All One Year Term Themed to "BacktoSchool"and Total millage will remain at salaries against $803,916
"Tobacco Harvest Time, 41.25 however, as the county
a* rs on with the more costly pro- week-old gas war continued. members of the A. J.I last year. The increase is caused
t I retail merchants will offer commission is expected to
iY ject now proposed.The Economy line was selling at Thomas Jr. group which filed' by the addition of four
i drop mill from their bud-
timely savings to the shop- one
yc Jacksonville firm which 26.9 and regular for one cent its charter,application on Feb. As Police ChiefStarke teachers; the county gets an
ping public throughout the get and do down to 17.25.
had been with the city for the more at most stations which 26, 1962, attended the hearing additional teacher each time
4" 'y remainder of August. Millage for the entire coun-
past 19 years and which remained handle no economy line. with the exception of John A. enrollment increases 27 stu
Plans to reach a greater ty did not change from the
in of the This is three out of the dents, Morgan said.
charge a cent drop Torode, who was Chief of Police William 20,000 population market in 41.25 mills last year either because -

natural gas system all the from two weeks ago when economy state on business with the F. Rosser announced Bradford. Clay and Union the commission pickedup Bradford High School will

while, told the council they was selling at 29.9. State Racing Commission. Be- Tuesday that he will be a can- counties within a 12 to 15 mile the mill dropped by the I gain two of the new teaching

could start back to work Whether the price will dropto sides Thomas and Torode this didate in September's city e- radius of Starke were outlinedat school board. Superintendent : units, Southside Elementaryand

VV 3 ? planning the sewer project im the low 21.9 which was group includes Doyle Conner, lection to fill out the last Tuesday's meeting, presided Morgan explained that he RJE High School in Reno

S 4if l mediately. The project con- bottom in the May pricewaris S. G. Denmark, A. F. McDa- year of the two year term to; over by Charles Sawyer of dropped the mill last year one each. Starting salaryfor

1 sists of an enlarged sewage unknown but the frequencyof vid, Mrs. Ruby B. Johns. S. which he was elected in 1961. Slade Gas Co at the Guidon simply because the I & S fund a beginning teacher in

treatment plant which will price cuts seems further D. Goodman, and E. L. Mat- After being elected chiefof Grill. had a surplus; the four mills Bradford County Is now $3-

9' VV V remove 90 per cent of all im- apart than in May when one thews. police in September, 1961, It was pointed out that budgeted to it amount to a 800 per year of which the

purities, and an enlarged trunk cent drops were an every oth- The group headed by Sen.I Rosser resigned several months Starke merchants were culti little more than the $36,980 county supplies $200 and the

lines on Orange, Water and er day occurance until the Charley E. Johns filed, for a later when his civil rights vating about only 50 per cent annual payment.He I state $3,600, the superintendent
Church Streets. Other 21.9 low reached. Later March 12 1962, stated.
pro- was charter on were questioned. He was re- of the city's rightful trade potential said he used the sur-
r 'bra r Y'I jects which may be includedare a truce was effected and economy and was represented in Wash-. appointed several days later and a decision to meet plus last year when he only Public Hearing
extending lines to went back to 29.9 cents his son, A public hearing will be
sewer ington by Sen. Johns by Mayor Randal Chitty, after the challenge of reaching out budgeted three mills to theI
Green Acres subdivision and but only for a few weeks. Jerome Johns Dr. P.. G. Felos the question about> his civil & held by the School Board on
'I for the larger area was met S fund, and! so had to
'A f. s the Bessent Road area. Economy gas Is actually Dr. A. J. Barry J. E. Hardy, right had been cleared, with enthusiasm by the committee add the mill back this time. Monday July 31, at 10 ajn.

.pe The council is negotiatingwith selling now at about 15 cents and C. H. Nasworthy. Mem- to fill the position until the members.A The total scnooi system for the purpose of discussingthe
Huggins, Susan, Slade_ the federal Housing and since eleven cents per gallon bers not attending were T. H. next city election this Sep.< special shopper's mailer budget for next year, which proposed budget with any
is taxes. White Jr. citizen. The hearing is reQuired -
Home Finance Agency for Slade, and O. W. tember 11.
to be prepared by The Tele- amounts to $1,386,797 is $55,-
funds with which to finance I First to present its case The mayor has power to appoint graph and mailed to residents 207 higher than last year's. by state law. but Mor-

Florida Crown Beauty Entries the proposed project which is i was., the Thomas group who city officials only until within the area will augment Mprgan said the increase: gan says that not a single

r expected according to previous Doctors HospitalIs produced a detailed economic:' the next immediate city elec- advertising efforts by mer- comes from a $300,000 increase person, besides school board
discussion at council by Bieley' members,, has shown up at
survey, prepared in
chants in the property evaluatipn
f RegisteredDoctors tion.Rosser the
I Posing above for the Telegraph clothes ,as well as 'bathing meetings, to run into hund- Research Associates Inc. of said he will probably week of newspaper one since he became superin-
camera are Miss' Brad- suits. Miami, showing the need and. qualify officially next week. August 9. The 3,216 tendent 13 years ago.
reds of thousands or dollars. City Registration
Hospital, Dr. Cal- coverage mailer, along with
1\ ford [left] Linda In explaining the school
County Miss Bradford is the daughter probability of success of a :
The city was given 140 days vin J. Houpt. administrator, I Telegraph's regular paid circulation -
Books Now OpenCity budget, Superintendent Mor-
Huggins, and Miss'Starte, Susan pf County Agent and Mrs. Federal Savings and Loan Association : I
which ended Tuesday July 24, was granted registration by Frank Walrath of 3,200 families will he has to
Slade, who will represent Geprge Huggins and Miss in the star>SC trade: gan says prepare
the Starke-Bradford County the American Osteopathic As- be the backbone media in, the Clerk Merrill Edwards three separate budgets: ons
Starke ,is the daughter of Mr.and in which, to plan the project area. "
sociation at the-annual meeting I effort to', reach" the said:,
city registrationbooks
Services To Be for maintenance and
V Chamber of Commerce In. the 'Also the than opera.
Mrs.: T. H. Slade. but due to the switch of engineering of its Board of Trustees. among more market.In .
are now open and will
Jon of county schools, a sInk-
Florida Crown Beauty Pageant I 20 exhibits placed in the record -
firms did not com- July 11-14 at the Drake Ho- an effort"to enable the remain open until August 25. ing n&Sl fund to retire the
in Jacksonville Beach, by the .:Thomas$ group Friday MorningFuneral
Saturday, August 25. Hunting Legal plete them. tel in Chicago, Illinois were "cards of Intent" from Telegraph,to complete the operatIon City ordinances,, 'he says, $450, OO .school. construction

An extension of planning Throughout the nation. 59 I than 500 citizens of the services are sched- in deadline time, mer- state'that the books must be bond ,and a current .school
The two were chosen by osteopathic hospitals were I more : uled Friday at 10 ajn. for chants were requested to have closed 15 days prior to the annpal construction budget.
time has been asked for but arelped.aing deposits -
Every DayIn Starke trade
four judges in contest last
a ,.
.. registered and 11 others were $430,000 if a Frank Merle Walrath Jr., 48, copy ready for that week, the city election on September Largest of the three is the
Thursday afternoon at the the federal wrote the totaling
agency for intern preceedIng Friday, August 3. 11.Driver's. for the maintenanceand
approved or resi- should be received by prominent resident of Key- budget
Temple Motel swimming pool. Bradford city board asking them the dency training by the AOA. charter group. The estimated stone Heights, who died sud- Th Chamber of Commerce operation of the county
Other in the local this
girls con- reason for the delay before The trustees acted o nthe hos- for thenew denly Tuesday afternoon at welcoming program to new Licenses schools which this year totalsa
mInimum requirement
test were Brenda Lewis, Don- Hunting will be allowed e- extending the planning period pital inspection report and the r association t if chartered, his Lake Geneva resIdence families was reported as being whoopping $1,278,294 to
na and Betty ,Ann Gayle Lewis.Andrews The, very day in Bradford and 10 City Clerk Merrill Ed- recommendation of the AOA would be 200.. depositors and Mr. Walrath had been postmaster well received by Virginia Drivers are reminded that comprise by far, the major

I other northeast Florida counties Committee on Hospitals.The $250,000 in deposits ,r of Keystone Heightsfor Smith who is supervising the next Tuesday, July 31, is the portion of the budget. But of
wards wrote the and
girls were jucgea m street I which have previouslybeen agency AOA's annual hospital Sen. Johns said his group the past 24 years was an effort. Presently about ten last day for persons born dur- that amount only $20,000 is

closed on certain days, explained the problems about inspection program is designedto had not solicited cards of intent attorney, and was formerly merchants are sponsoring the ing the month of July to renew alloted for maintenance of

r when the season opens No- hiring engineers but said he guarantee acceptable stand- because they did not engaged in the insurance and effort. Ten more are neededto their licenses, the county the county schools about halfof

Legion Post 56 vember 17, according to a rul- has had no further word from ards of facilities patient care, think it was necessary at this real estate business there for make it a successful city-I judge's office announced this what is needed. Morgan

To Sponsor ea [the 2nd District previous- them. and procedures in all regis- time. 20 years. He was a resident of wide effort, she said. week. states. The maintenance fundis

I tug by the Game and Fresh tered and approved hospitals. In his opening statement, Keystone for 41 years, an or 1X the, catch-all he says since

Family Night Water Fish Commission. Thomas said his group was ganizer and former director 01 so many other items are pre-

Other counties in this ar- Hits Federal Court "shocked" when it learned its the Keystone Heights State a fixed such as salaries, that

American Legion Post 56 Is ly under staggered day hunt- application for a charter was Bank, and a life member of a he repair fund just gets whatis

sponsoring a Starke family] ing, but which will be open being opposed by the submis- the Keystone Heights Golf left over.

night at the wrestling match every day this year are Baker, Baptist Group Adopts Measure sion of a charter from another and Country Club. L The budget for the sinking

S es in the Jacksonville Coli- Clay Columbia, Duval, Hamilton group. The deceased was also a 1 > fund which win payoff the

seum on Thursday, August 16. Madison. Nassau, Su- Dr. Felos, who was the first Master Mason being a mem- I bond issue which went to

Ringside seats will cost $2! wannee Taylor, and Union. Against School witness for the Johns group ber of Melrose: Lodge number I build the BHS auditorium,
Prayer RulingA
and box seats $1.50 and may Counties remaining under the ; denied that their applicationwas 89 F. and A. M., a 32 Degree j Southside Elementary School

be purchased from any Le- "staggered day" hunting sys- filed to oppose the Thomas Mason in the Jacksonville and other items this year to
tem with Mondays Tuesdays tals $44.755. compared to $38.-
their first Consistory, and he was a
gionaire, at Alvarez Store, religious assembly com- able damage within has weakened group. !
and Fridays closed are Levy, 748 last year.: The four mill
of the formationof charter member of the Key- i
posed of members of in the of knowledge .
Starke Telephone Co.. S. E. approx- us eyes many
Dixie Alachua Gilchrist assessed to the fund will bringin
tone Heights Rotary Club.
imately 40 Baptist Churches other nations, so that we no the Thomas group came
Sparks Barber Shop, and Jo- Lafayette.The $39, 30 and the fund hada
member of the
from Florida Georgia and longer stand as'the great when they approached two of He was a I
Jo's. Promotion manager of Ocala National Forest Alabama meeting in the Pine Christian force for right and the men, who were already Community Church of Key- cash balance of $5,625. At

the match assured the Legion will be closed to hunting Mon- Level Baptist Church Wed- freedom and members of the Thomas stone Heights, and had beena .xf the end of next year it is expected -
days, Tuesdays, and Fridays to have a cash balanceof
that top professionals in the nesday and Thursday of this "The pinnacle 0 f this group and were told of its lieutenant in the U.s. Navy

country will participate.Jack during the period December week have passed a resolution Court's destructive decisions formation. Dr. Felos, as wellas during' World War H. ";" : $7,775.The .
25 through January 1. third school budget is
said their primary Surviving are his parents, '"
protesting the Supreme Court's was _reached on June 25, 1962 Dr. Barry,
McComb. Jimmy Smith, The opening date applyingto recent ruling concerning daily when it rendered the decision interest was hi seeing a Frank Merle Walrath Sr. and ft'. 1'J the current school construc-
Walters deer, turkey quail squir- tion budget which totals $94,-
and Lynwood gave a practice of prayer in public that daily recital of an official Savings and Loan Association Ina Kaye Walrath, both of it"'f.iJ'
very interesting report on rel, and bear, was set duringa schools. State in a public established in Starke and they Keystone Heights; two daugh- 103.74, a drop since last year
formal meeting of the Game prayer from 103817. Approximately
their week at Boy's State in The resolution is printed be- school is unconstitutional because were not particularly interested ters: Mrs. Robert L. Bowles :
Commission at TallahasseeJuly : $60,000 of the fund is slatedto
directors justso and Miss Kay Ellen Walrath,
low in full: it violates the religious in serving as sc
Tallahassee. 20, according to A. D "Whereas the Florida Georgia freedom guaranteed in the the community got the as- both of Jacksonville; two sons: build five new classrooms
Aldrich director. Shooting at Southside 51 e m entary
'Frank Merle Walrath m of i :
Alabama Tri-State Fel- Bill of Rights, and sociation. 3t
hours for resident game species MichaelK. which are now In the plan
LET'S EAT lowship of the World Baptist "Whereas we believe that The Johns group did not Juneau
remain at from one- and is
will Jacksonville ning stage $2,498.89
Walrath of ; a
Fellowship assembled in the this Court has allowed a small present any of its testimonyas
half hour before sunrise to Walrath of slated to go for a new school
brother L. K.
Pine Level Baptist Church. of American to the need of such an institution :
.A 'FRIED CHICKEN one-half hour,after sunset on pressure group and three bus. As the budget is set up
Washington D. C.,
Starke, Florida, this 25th day agitators to influence them : in the area, since .
AND BARBECUE each open day. I now there will be a cash balance -
Deer season, for bucks with of July 1962 adopted the following for political or other purposes the hearing officer said a- grandchildren.The of $31,604. Superintend
resolution: to render this decision againstthe bundant evidence had been services are &eo be held
SUPPER one or more five-inch antlers, I I } ent Morgan explained that
"Whereas we believe that vast majority of the God- [Continued on Page Six] in the Keystone Heights Com- ; :'
November 17 and closes each year a certain amount of
the intent and purpose of our fearing people of this Nation, munity Church with Dr. Albert -
Sat, August 4 January 6 in District Two. cash balance is carried over.
forefathers was to lay a foun- Rental Shortage C. Holt and Rev. Mfflard
But Alachua, Bradford, and a and"Whereas I Bradford anticipates receipts
5:30 P.M".At dation for this Nation under we believe that Breyfogle officiating Burial
portion of Columbia county totaling $923,818 next
God to to the of allowed to will follow in the Keystone
of give people if, this decision is I Critical I
and east Getting
south of &R. 18, year .from the state's Minimum
Strawberry Wharf U.s. 441 are closed. ,I this Nation freedom of wor- stand that we will become :. Heights Cemetery with De- Glasgow (left) and Hicks I Foundation Program
.,ship without any government another ghost in the grave- Witt C. Jones Funeral Homeof
done from the
must be and $195,650 county.
Novem- 'Something
LAWTEYRECREATION' Quail season opens restraint. Federal State or nations Starke in charge of ar-
yard of once great .
the local Firemen Clean After Blaze details of each
ber 17 and"closes February 17 otherwise and"Whereas that defied God and spit in soon to alleviate I I rangements. Up Complete
in the FIrst Second, Fourth believe that housing shortage for Dew separate part of the school}
we His faCe famines," R. H. Melntire, budget are on;file in Superintendent *
BOARD and Filth Districts. Daily bag the entire world has been "Therefore, be it Resolved secretary of the Chamber of Rec. .Department At Stern Home Last WednesdayStarke Morgan's office in the
limit is 10 with
no season brought to see what a great that we by this Resolution call ,
limit. Commerce told member of Sets Doll Show county courthouse; and, are
Nation can do religiously, economically upon our elected Congressmento the Retail Trade Committee firemen have often smut last Wednesday when a available to the public at any

Open and closing dates are 1 politically and put a halt to this politically Tuesday For August.3'J11e been created with quick action bed, caught fire and burned time as wen as during the
This Space Contributed the same for squirrels in the! militarilly when they are free, appointed Court and im-
New families moving here in dousing fires hi times public hearing to be held next
same districts mentioned: a- mediately enact legislature to difficfclty Starke Recreation Department up.Black cinders which can be
and"Where Increasing Monday
are having
Weekly to Publicize bov with a daily bag limit of as we believe' that correct the unAmerican decisions !! in securing 'quartersto is sponsoring a Don of emergency but they rarely seen at Hick's feet are about

10 graye squirrels;"and two fox many of Jhe decisions of the they have rendered especially rent, particularly fnralshe& Show Friday, August 3, hi the receive credit for the clean-up all that was left of the bed Social SecurityA

Community Events by squirrels with no Season limit Supreme Court hasbeen to the decision on prayer Itoffias aid apartments, UJS.O. Building Director Bud- which inevitably follows. besides a few pieces of the .,

Black bear is ,legal game destroy the purposes' and ,intents ,hi schools, and leave the be said. dy Elliott announced this Firemen Harold Glasgow head board which were thrown representative. of the

The Community. during open deer season and of our founding fathers States and' their elected officials Residents are urged to can week. [)left] and Volunteer Fireman.S. out the window. The blaze is Gainesville Social Security

." > '* ". special managed hunts only. and"Whereas the Chamber of Commerce Registration will begin at 4 R. Hicks are shown weild- believed to have started froma OffIce win be in Starke at the
the delegated to
State Bank II Daily and seasonal bag limited we believe the rights to list toy rental they may pjn. and judging at 4:45 p.m. ing broom and. shovel at the short In an ,electric clock courtroom of the county court

j to one with cub bears protested I spiralling decisions of this them by the Constitution of have available. The dolls will be on display W! A. [Bill] stem home which which sat at the head of the house at'8:30 us. on Friday.

.-- at all times, Court has done such_ ixrcpar- toeUnited.States." from 5-7-p.xn.. for.the,public, was damaged with smoke and bed. -.... rL'i. AupaS, 1& .




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-\ ID.%. IX CHANCERV. :Xo. 13- seeks foreclosure of mortgagp I
1 Mr.:> and Mrs Charles Sawyer -
; Methodist Youth r 117 You are required to rue v>>ur
have,purchased,the H. B. Pey Federal National Mortgage answer or other defense if .nu
( Association a in the office of the Clerk oi 'hE'
:: tone home and 'movexfr Jail over W: _- S Corporation under the Circuit Court in and for Bum\
I the weekend. The St.an1er Noe- .5--_ ;'. '-5 Laws of the United ford County: Florida. on oi m
Meetirig5Held ? .___ __ States of America, fore the 27th day of August
gels b the Sawyer! house time
ufht Plaintiff, at'the same i v
'I ..... r : e-.r 1S8:!, and -
M read \a 4 plan" tmove vs. Mortgage of the same upon t AH
....... oa R1f < [.: The Methodist Youth Fellowship Foreclosure a EY copy GODDARD 18 X W (.', v.

= GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0431 inr the,Ural, of- -pt. md' .-. Sub.District held an'I August Kellman andGlads Street Gainesville Florida \
,. Kellman his wife. torney for the Plaintiff t punfailure
--. bar.Charles r.etm-A-I afternoon meeting Tuesday, fL Defendants. to do so, a Decrei' r-
Chambers is
::: :Mri", p. p...R.ed4ishis.jnst.! : )lr. and"').Irs. L. C Worth ofCanton ing tins weekend after. *Two;1 j lj' 17; in Young's Park In _: THE:NOTICK STATE OF TO FLOItIITO APPKUl : you.Confesso will be entered ag
-Vincent's Hospital from.Thurs-I 111. WITNESS my hand and .1 i'
and Mr. and Mrs.
month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. August Kellman and Gladys j
Lake City. at Starke. Florida m21 -
t ::!o Saturday for observation, ]Roy''Champion'''of Douglas, Ga. Steve Simmons and family in Kellman, his wife, whose resi- '' :cial day seal of July 1962.CHARLES '.
rl Mr. and The young people wentswimming denee and post office address is A. DARt
Mrs. Comer Perry- :are spending several days with Miami. Maureen Simmons will I unknown.You | Circuit r ,
of the
t :"lan: .hct.son Jimmy, and Miss :!Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews. her cousin Charles in the Lion's Club are hereby notified thata I Clerk By Marian L CfosTDeputy >

I 1, mr Francisco or .T ckonI -: 'Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf Jr. accompany here for two. weeks vlsif.Mrs. : poo! and afterward had a|1 S. _.h -5. -' L o .o;Complaint. ,,. "-,';.. ..' .1S has h.-....been. .. filed nd l .*'
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at.AU"'UU 'u """ a W UAon I vi1e were weekend guests of :and sons are visiting her Courtherem the Plaintiff 7-:!7It 8-16 _ _
... parents T. D is visaing; covered dish in Young'sPark
Dyal supper Standing ((1-r)-Kay and Robert Turner, Mike Smith Chuck 100 Persons ))1 '\
*judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry I II Mr. and'Mrs.' P. D Dan-
EHW- -
J her (fcasWer, %; JVF.: ., Before supper a short Newcomb Larry Archer, J. C. Fogg, Ronnie Kirkland :3Irs. I i
I -man at
Kingsley Lake. iels in Highlands; N./ C. for
bee in Panama City Tor sev- f See Pet Show
t ::: Mr. and Mrs': Ralph Alvarez'Of .threeveeks.. devotional was. given by Lib- I Erhari Seated ((1-r)-Day Epps, Tommp Archer, Billy Ed I II CHICKEN PLATE $1.00
eral weeks. :
Boyto'n Beach are spending Mi. and Mrs. Marion Priest :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ogden of byO'Bryan.Circuit and, Timothy Columbia Bond City, I Hicks, Sandra Fog, Christine Anton, Linda Colson, and :Last Friday :

several days with Mr.: and' Mrs. and daughter of Orlando were Pompano Beach were' last Friday ,Me ria1. I Archie Thomas. Salad, F. Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee
I Wesley n About 100 people were on
Paul Raymond and"Mi Dorothy of each of the above contestant in the Pet Show
Tuesday guests of Mr. and dinner, guest*' (M*. and Dogs
The next meeting of the hand Friday night at the .
Alvarez PLATE
while *
enroute Ms. Willard Williams. Mrs. E. J. Bowling Sr i sponsored by the Starke Recreation Department had dogs SHRIMP or OYSTER -
home from the Sun-District: will be held at Pratt Street Playground where
tains. Smoky Moun- Mrs. H. L. Speer was in st.IAlke's Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nazworta the 'Worthington; sprIng!!! which won ribbons. the Recreation Department Salad, F-Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee .
Hospitat from 'Thurs of Jacksonville were visiting S -. .. .
Mrs. W. H. Holland Methodist. Church Monday ---- -- -- -- -- Sponsored: a Pet Show.
"' and Mrs. day to Tuesday for observation their parenla Mr. and Mrs. 5S BLUE CHIP CLOSED SUNDAY
t S. L. Peek Jr. and daughters: and treatment.Mrs. Barney McRae and Mr: and night, August 20.. The pets were judged in 6

atherine Peek and Dee Waiters -. ., L; M,,..DeSha9 f Daytona Mrs. W. T. Nazworth on Sun- L 'i -I different categories. i j' STARKE ON HY. 16
The were: IV
have winners
A returned from two Beach! spent the week- day. ClarkOwenWeddjng ,

weeks visit in Dublin, Ga. They end with Miss 'Kate Struth. Patty Budd JacksonviS Told LARGEST PET- Kay Turner -,--
and her dog, Rex were in
were .
t ,," joined'over. the weekend Miss Elaine Colson was visiting is spending two .weeks with
by Mr1. ,Peek, and Terry and her sister, Mrs. Fred Mrs.. W. E. first place. Second place wentto
,. her grandmother, Mae Clark and Virgil \
I > Susie Archer and his dog
I Lynwood 'Walter Jenkins in Ocal last week. Middleton and with the E. L. were united in marriage Larry "For Only A Few
Owen ,
Pvt. Rex. Archie Thomas won
Billy Harrington return Dr. and Mrs. T. F. R hand Matthews at- Kingsley LaKe. perform-
Saturday .from":six .. in a ceremony third place with his dog Lad-
: '
family returned last FitdIy Mr. and Mrs. James McRieMr. :
.. .. .. ed' Thursday, July 19. by
at Fort Sam Houston, from two weeks vacation and 1. rs. Gerald' 'tlriffis andMr. : _Theron' A._ t.S 4 S .I die.SMALLEST \
San .Antonio, Texas. He and i in the'.Nbrtli" Carolina l moun and Mrs. Smith Devoe entertained County LI PET First :
U Mrs. Harrington will spend the I tains. the Florida Pest Con- ,Yawn. : place went to Jane Crosby Cents Per Day" ::4"
'weekend with The couple left immediately > and her tadpoles. Donna
Mrs. : -
Gladys Harrington I-- .
: i
John Adams underwent surgery trol baseball team at a picnic : ,
; ,
before returning to in Bradford County Hos : on a wedding trip to Lees- Show winners in other animal categories were ((1-1'-) Hicks won second place with
., swim party at the Enlisted
their home "in Jacksonville' pita 'on'Sunday. Men's Club last Saturday. 12 :burg and Ocala. S Jane Crosby' ; tadpoles Lillian Richards, turtle; Barbara )Ic- her goldfish and Barbara Mc- YOUR HOME CAN HAVECOMPLETE

I where he will: resume' his j job Vickie Barksdale l spent the boys enjoyed the affair. : Rae, turtle; Patsy"Helms;a'hamster, and Donna Jane Hicks, Rae came in third with her PEST

at Jacksonville NAS. week rid' vith her cousin, Mel- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Lawsor I goldfish. turtles. CONTROLPROTECTION

tyrs. Bessi Coffee !and! sols, ody, May in Hinpton. Steve Simmons of Mlamformer nr1 son' Wai. snent' the week -SMALlEST.,-.--- DOG- Kay. i

1>r. James Coffee and Robert Zachery Andrews,'son of :Mr. : Stance residents, will ,;- ;;idi: -;;iiues in Auburn- Services Held at the service in Maxville and Epps won first place with her:

Coffee and Miss Stella Hat- and Mrs. Ronald Andrews underwent -be interested to, hear, of th!! dale: : burial followed in the church dog Penny and second place
field of were Tuesday For went to Linda Colson and her I
Jackaonv.lh last of
surgery'm the J Hulls cemetery under direction
marriage ,of their daughter, : Save Now One-fourth Off
II' Friday. P. Dill.guests of Mr. .and: Mrs.J. Miller dical Center last Wid Bety} Ann, to :Robert! O'Neill on Children's Clothing. Betty'sTot Mrs. Demorest, 50Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof dog.SMALLEST Chico Nina CAT-Perito.Tommy'i' For Homeor 4--

. The weddjng; took place last Shoppe, 118 N. Court St.
A -- -: 'Archer and his cat Susie Gal,
Friday. Mr. and Mrs.: Joe Jordan and Margaret Williams
Mrs. J. L. tlth returned to<<, family of Lakeland were over- Demorest, 50 of Jacksonville, Senior Citizens won First place. Business !

her home in Hyattsville, Md: Friday of Mr. died in a Jacksonville hospital l luilday f THE MOST UNUSUAL PET
after spending two weeks wither night guests. following illnessof Meet Tuesday -First place went to Patsy
!! A. Lawson while : an
.FLOR1flJ.THEkTRE and :Mrs. H.
I ) parents, Mr. and Mrs. I* ehroute to New Jersey on va- several months. For Games Helms and her hamster, Hen-
F. Dinkins. Her childrenPhi cation. Mrs. Demorest was born in rietta. Second place was Jane f.u receive EVERY-DAY PROTECrIONthoroughlj by -

,. and' Terry-Stitli remained wit of Dallas. Texas: May 13, 1912 S The Senior Citizens held Crosby and her tadpoles. Mike educated to Oa sTr ol daquou ....
and Gene
their grandparents> the ba week and Tier parents'were the late their monthly meeting Tuesday Smith came in third with his 1ca1J.
Gainesville are spending a
It ance of the summer. Mr Joseph Williams, and Elizabeth night, July 17, at the Lion's dog. Puddles. S : E I
with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs.' ,Foster 6h Lewis. Williams who'lived Club with 13 members attend- THE MOST UNUSUAL _
,- an Smith and family returned in Louisville, Kentucky. NAME FOR A PETFirst ONE CALL DOES IT ALL. YO*r horn b htpected -

l last Friday from ten days visit and Mrs. W. T Jacksonand Surviving besides her 'mother ing.A business session was held place went to J. C. Foggs and and treated regularly for loMeti tad

I ,. FRI.. ,.SAT. .. JULY 27 28 .with relatives in Ada, Okla. family have returned home is her husband, 'Robert and the club decided to have a his dog Gus Goosegrease. Lillian :;: rodents. Place your pest control problem ta ft*
.. after month's vacation at theLeonhard :: I
'. Mr. and Mrs. James Hay- a F.: :Demorest Jr. of Jacksonville covered dish supper on Tuesday Richards won second hand of competent txperance mea wb ku5 .
4. ': DOUBLE FEATURE ward of Springfield, Ohio cottage on Spring. and 'a; brother J. C. Williams July 31. at 6:30: p.m. at i. place with her turtle, Peppy : -- their Job.

u -. spent the past week with :Mr. Lake. living in Colorado. the Lions Club. Longneck. Donna Hicks and
ppening Tim Friday 6 P. :M. Saturday 1 P. M.\ and Mrs. Eldon Mathews and Jimmy Lawson spent the Services- were held 'Tuesday After the business meetingthe her goldfish Cornflakes won -5-

I Mrs. Vernon Smucker. Mrs. weekend with Sgt. and Mrs from: St. Marks Episcopal members had a cake walk third place and fourth place AND 4

Smucker returned to Ohio Jerry CHando. Church! in Starke with the played and' then broke went to Linda Colson and her
_11 with, the Haywards a visit.! Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Law- Rev: Elmer L. Allen official off into groups for card games, dog, Chico Nina Perito. i YOU CAN PAY BY

Nelson and Diane Bitch son and son and Marvin Law- ins: Burial followed in Hope dominoes and checkers. PRETTIEST PET First !

=: THE UNRIVALED HERO OF .. are spending severaf days with son spent last Sunday to Thurs- Cemetery under direction of The' Senior Citizens meet olace went to Mrs. Erhart and THE MONTH!

THEM ALL.BPJKCS YO'JHISTORY'S .Vlr. and Mrs. C. L. Dittmarin day with Mr. and Mrs. David 'DeWitt: C. Jones Funeral twice monthly and all persons her dog. J. C. Foggs and'i
Jacksonville. Lawson in Auburndale.Rev. 'Home of'Starke.Services ,
_ :. MOST COlOSS Jackie _,a 50 years of age and over may Blackie won second place. FtMbf4
2 Misses Colley' of and :Mrs. James Johnston join. third place went to Billy Ed 5.

: AFRICAN ADVENTURE! > Macclenny: an.4'Barbara Col- ,"So ther "Baptist Xti: sion- Held .' Hicks and his dog. Smut. *

- I .. S.. 'ley 1 at'fU' spent. Sunday, with. aries, from Nigeria Africa, were Saturday For Persons 'interesfed'may register Christine Anton and her dof
at the Recreation -department -
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch. weekend guests of Rev. and King Leonardo won fourth

.. ,. .\ Miss'ldJlian" ,! Stump- was! in, Mrs. .Leo Hebert.Treasure' Colonel 'Norsworthy., by calling 964-7-141.: I place. .t

Eau GaflieT from Sunday to'

Thursday visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt Services 'were: held Saturday -. Recent.... Birth! BEST TRAINED PET-Ho- \
: bert Turner won first placeS ANDCHEMICAL
Fowler and Mrs. Ruby
afternoon from Long .
with his dog Rex. Second
.. IP&EN "Collins. Set friday Branch Baptist Church near\ Ltjg. and Airs' Kenneth place went to Chuck Newcomb CO.
Mr: and Mrs. Richard Ray Maxv'ille: '''r Tyus of Argentia Naval Base
ULaIITuIn for Colonel "Eugene
_ $u. 1 3y Rec. Department and: his dog, Happy Ronnie
COLOR and children of Atlanta and Newfoundland nd, announce the
titIciItt.u EU Norsw rthy, 50 of Bradford
.. &p Kirkland and hig dog, Cindy,
:'M;: and Mrs. J. 3. Sapp ofsCae at:I .birth of a daughter Susan
: DL II*1 g P4! :1-a ,uii .,Calling all pirates County who died.. suddenly came in third.
; were in Fort LaviderSalp ' residence Tuesday after-::. Emily, born July 4. Paternal !
time is here
from Sunday Co Wednesd '' *' 1 ..... grandparents are :Mr. and ix TUB ('IIHTI'f ("()I'RT OF
PLUS M CaptainS Kidds and Blue- ,.noon.. J<'LGHlnEIGHTH 11)11- 539 W. Call St. Phone 961-3%:)
.. jyfsItTniMi. D. ,. Heath. Mrs. H. K. This of Starke. .
beards Born in Montgomery, .Alabama ML t'UU'MT IN \"n TOIl .
General Electric Freezers. S BIIIDFOIUI ('orST'IOR ... _
July 29, Mr. Nors ------ -- ---
Gather here _._ j jI jt
.. Bullingfon Appliances, st fk ye --- -- -- --
was ther of the I
.. 1. Mr.- and MrL! Robert Ch'ace Meet the Good ship Adventurer worthy' son I
lat Jack William Norsworthy
of !
of :'Gainesville. were.. Sunday\ j'

.... guests'of3! Mrs. Etta 'Hoover.Mr. At' the Pratt Street Dock .worthY ana\ Sarah" who'Missilidine'resides' in Norsi Jack- 'I : : LAYAWAY NOW! ti

.. and :Mrs. Garl Abel and Sailing, time. is sev n'-0- ''sonville. oftne ,
.. ;, He, was a member _
children of Chicago, Ill. are va- f '
.. .
T1 -T----- catforiing for two'weeks: at Keystone You"n sail around the PlaygrOund .i .: .Baptist. Church. \;' A small down payment plus several periodic

.. Heights and also visiting of' pleasure I I, Surviving is his wife besides, Myrtice his mother Smart \ : 'tidr payments and it will be paid for by

: Sun.. -. Mon.. Tues. .. July '29 30 31Qpen Kaufmans their cousins in ,Starke.the George. :'.' Looking_ ,for a chest- of buried ''r I",Norsworthy, ,;;'. two daughters, !_ _' the time you need it.

treasure. I Airs:. Wand Gail Crawford of .,
: ,Jack Haile of Miami will ."be :
un. 2 P, M. Mori. 6 }J. M. Tues. 3 P. M. Come dressed as a pirate oryou'll '. 'Cocoa, Fla. and Miss Alice _

..--_.._-_..-. ....-.. : overnight guest Thursday of his' walk the plankOr 'Faye ,Nors'YCtI1' of Starke;
mother :
Mrs. W. G. .Haile.
: uA MUST'' rrAlAlTWISTETFOrTHOSE/ Mrs: N. B.'Rosier} and children bound in chains two sons. Eugene E. Norswor. -
c and John W. NorSwor-
WHO} LIST TO LOVErNEW [ returned Sunday after that clank. 'thy -5- :
.. _.. ._. .'.._ Freeman: thy; four brothers Robert E- -- i 1 -
"" ;';;;';-' ---" --- --- .. YORK TIMES. three weeks in Va. So gather ye here ye pirate : I
L. Norsworthy,
visiting :Mr.: and Mrs. E. A. old and Henry 5
'both. of Jacksonville and J.
Raney. They were joined by And well}, go hunting for a I .
.D. Jack T. both of Montgomery -
and ,
.. Mr; Rosier the
.. ,I over weekend pot of gold.
Alabama' two sisters .
PEwRc who brought his family home. The hunt,will be sponsored : 5-- .

In SwoNTHE .., Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs this Friday, July 27, at 7 p. i i Mrs Dovie Williams Deland '
'Juc5oIId \ Retha Currington of I I II
and Mrs. a
"'-I&J. \t. Buford Mitchell attended the m. at the Pratt Street Play .
two -
and grandchil
.. WSCS School of Missions in ground by the Starke Recreation -'I I Wildwood H1 -

.. .\? i j Lakeland over the w''f>kend. Department. j jI' i dren., < ,rrA
Enroute.home visited Rev., L. P. Rafuse officiated. j \
ifIik Mrs. Green "
.f I
relatives in and S

'I .Suspense- Eagle Lake on Monday and SHOP AiW1IERE'ici 1 Our ,Selections 9 9

filledHUGH RIFP/rH. Tuesday.Mrs. Are at Their
jyWWA&lFf Randal Chitty entertained
wk8b1e Peak! The Price
: sor *rtn In*Sum H4 ttM1f seyeral teen-agers af /
'. ...m the 6lOR6t ATONd Can't Be Beat!
be: <:Oll- Is ---.A' #! __S__ a picnic lunch and swim party I ,Then Come See Us! .': ,'" .. ,
S ba$ plot 1 1sj at the Officers Club on SaU '

: TRUEr: "' M.\\ urday for her niece, Julia Ann I
S -LIFE M'94l'1I' "': -. Walters of Jacksonville.) BRAND NEW FABRICS. : '1Jii5
*- !
: -1* tI -. -- .'is\4\ spent the week with the Chit 5 5- F I tb7' r'

1 .' e. .' f" .,... r", ....-!. .. '".!: __ tys.Mr. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour S 5 Lustrosa I Embroidered'fcKiffli. Zibofene All! Woo! 1/ / J 5

I -; .-...' -- ':.. :.; I and Mrs. J. M. EdwarJx I Fetrtess Tweed I Fiberene' Plaids I All Wool Check S f !iS

and daughters of Starke arc! I Authorized- Dealer- Dfaple Cloth t CatJinsere'Type Suede Lemmatej CrepeS 'tt' I i '

----j ;. Wed. Thur. Fri. sX"Starting .Au gfi .,::2: .. 3 .Mrs. J. H. High and daughtet I 215 & "E. FIRST,. GAINESVILLE '. 14! 5I .

: <. '<.; : .{ of Jacksonville returned Sunday : I S ,. 5- _

:' "'*d. ::6' P.: M.'v, TJiurs. -3 ,P l\1. night'from six week? trip to ,THE. SEASON'S SMARTEST STYLES: ;' 1 :i t J- 5
S .
S S *" ... ...- ..ler -- Portland Ore., the World's Fair. i S 1f:!4 !j.kt 5. 1;

: JID ..:- Denver! Colo, and New Orleans, Appliance -- Radio -- Television; Ckhi-ChinC.l1ars Cvwl Coli.,. Puritan Collars ',< :J ,- ,- f j. .
: La. Pusb-Up Sleeves S Single and Double!>> Breasted I Flange '4. l'

). '-...- 'I Frost S Yoke Fr. H S Center "
> Pleats Swlii9; Cock
., Mrs. David Montgomery and 'f

children spent the weekend ERVICE AT ITS BEST i Ballerina; Bocks S Toelted Backs: Pleated Back* ,,. .

: DIsJIE1 with her pa ents. Mr. and tfStfn Burst Back 3 slid 4-Burton Closings S Interline#' .

}l. L Tolbert in Lake City.Mrs.j Pile' Lined- 'S Tempo-Resirto Lined .. 5-,.- S
\ ,1. < .
.1, .Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Third- Trained Experts In ,Each Dept.FOR :
if 0"'; and family 'of-Decatur G&;are: -. COMPLETE SIZE RANGE:
; 'I-J:, _, ., ... y, ..,N '._ spending; several days with i ( I v. "
-... \ Mr. ant Mrs. B. L. Moxley"! Jr QUICK TiCDJENDABLE Petite 5 to .11' Jaiu'ort! 5 U 15 ?

.l .-a Y __, S \__.1' .SS Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews'I, WY I I'SERrICE iWOIIIn', 8 to 18 Half Size* 4'/2 la 24/j i1l i//! '

'." were-in Palatka on Sunday to' ., ._

01......... .d I I! US S visit Mr. and Mrs- Dennis I H ,

.J"-r1 &ihfiwg baby daughter CALLfliille,(). ; ;. S 5 -
: -g1At1i. ,and. )fr., and Mrs. Hoardsten I 1 ANOTHER EXCITING, GROUP
: "-- .964-7511 '

a. : ; -AppliacesS OF f: 'WOMEN'S GOATS 99
A :. : and Mrs. George Crewi I LUXURY

Ii S of .:Jacksonville were 'Sunday"<< .._ S ..... ___r- i.. a ,

.. I S peStS of, Mr. ana ,){is.'. .Gu# S AUTHORIZED DEALERS "FOR : 5- b Rib.' TctdIe Twill with RuCMfl Cofli, ..M u tow Cotton

It. ... \ Sale.. ." : : e I I: .d C"fff .u..d Oe e.witfc Raccooi.Colbr Woof ni .
III l>> Save' N \v.-. One-fourth Off' MaytagFrigidafre Zenith : ..f'' '. 1I&vIEVdlIS
.: on :Children's Clothing, Betty'sTet : -

.,. S&eppe?, 118 NOourt' &t.j:|j jGOOtf USED WASHE1RS: ....:: $50.00' ANii-jJP. ;I 0, .... ,

e _r -; !f!', .., ", ." '-."-. __ .diJ 0__ ._ .. __ .5 I. -

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I .
nnmsDAY JULY 26, 196%
-- -----


..r Sylvia Childs Miss Linda: 'Thomas, J- -J- !l.fuigi, mums were. placed at -..---- .

| vantage 'po nts. '
Says Vows With
BnqeElect'rIs -
.. !
I: The bride's table was covered -

Mr., McClaran :F Given Shower' '. t' with a :white organdy

cloth over white satin and
Sylvia Janet Childs, daughter Miss Linda :Thomas, bride-: _' ; centered with' a four tiered .

GLADYS BIOOTY PHQXE 8644451 of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold elect was honored at a lovelylinei .' ._ wedding cake. The cake decorated 'S.

j r-: Childs of Hampton, becamethe ,shower. Tuesday eve- -' ,: with pink rose buds, -
bride of Leonard McClaran ning given by Mrs.Ben Brown 'was topped With a miniature ___

) H at the Methodist Churchin and Mrs. Eryin- Andrews atthe bride and groom and at theblase
Wellborn Sunday, July 15. .
i homeof the latter in was a ruffle of white nylon -
The bridegroom is the son ______
Saratoga :Heig ts. tulle. Balancing the cake
of Mr. and Mrs. Thurston'McClaran I '
An attractive pink and :'. : were, two silver candelabras

of Wellborn and has white "color motif was achieved I__ : i trimmed with white carnations "_
been in Gainesville
living I ., ? ?.-'*; 4M1***] in the beautiful arrange- .and l satin ribbons. The two -,,:?' _
where he is employed.The .
ments of asters placed at I i punch tables covered with
double ring .
performed by the pastorof vantage points throughout the cloths to match the bride's' 1: ___
party rooms; The refreshment I:table. :were centered'with crystal '
the church, Rev. B. Vause :
4,4'z *' table was covered with a white ,", I punch bowls and fern and '
in a candlelight setting of ;' a ;"
linen cloth appliqued, with ---' .4 'fuigi moms extended from the '
greenery and bouquets of white : 'SI
gladioli and carnations.For I white"*satin, and held a centerpiece '' 'bowls to the sides-of the ta- H r
Of pink summer flo- '. '-
1 :ble.
4 her wedding, the bride I' '
'----' *er 'and clusters, of green 1.MissVhitehead
i- I ':
'" wore a ballerina length gown I '' t., Mrs. L. F. Dinkins greeted
'; in -a silver bowL A .S-
:< }, of white chiffon. Her shoulder I. grapes '" '! the guests at the reception I Tells EngagementTo
large diver tray held dainty
r length veil was fastened I. : '.Jni ores nted them to the re- !
.w ij pink cake squares and pink George Bishop Jr.
with a circlet head band, and :pIvtnz line '\composed of the
milk glass and compotes -
trays .
she carried a white Bible top- : k '
and the maid
bride of
r held. mints and nutS: A R'fOOIQ Mr. and Mrs. A. B. White-

j: t 't ped Miss with Judy a white Childs orchid.was maid- t. ;A2, _pink i milk glass punch bowl Charlene.Go wart.. l'onn1" and the parents of the head Sr. announce the en-

.. wais-placed'at one' end of the N\'p. gagement and approaching
< & of-honor for her sister, wear- : t% Becomes Bride i ,. I, :>*"'. ('f .1. Woimt. ard Mrs.v. .
1; 1. 4f F' cs table, marriage of their daughter.
... ing a pink orgamli7full-skir-: ; i I w. RtHland. nil thfi
1 Marjorie Elizabeth to PFC.
Appropriate games with Of Ralph Martin '
ted, ballerina length dress. ,, '
h.ja'c .10 1r. 'ii1 DrPitn4! ? Rt
f George QuicksaU Bishop Jr.
.prizes were'enjoyed during theparty .
Her of
bouquet *
was green car-
J .
&IIo Il'Wl3. 4ha 'w-riP Mrs.Qn'i
__ 4 nations. : hours 'eight to nine- Miss. Dee, 'Charlenp -Ccrw-i; son of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeQ
;; ; : I orJt +h ""Ii 'icc; 'Q""A_ t
4 .; ,' Thurston McClaran was .thirty, by: .the 45 guests'. t fF .art,.danJter. >Qf Mr; and-Mrs? j .11" 113flflQ :, 'ficc; 'P vt-I BlslOP.Sr.. of Jacksonville.

best man for his son, and F: The hoste presented thelhonOree Charlie I , Mar+ ec" tViAMartin
'ill lrt. *r of
i : jZ1"Mm r Bradford High School.
with beautiful Colonial of .Ralph
'j Glen Crawford of Starke, bro- a 'fdf ,Wen eIls'Mar-j ,,
1 : ; "A" t'h" brM" "" 't.Ike: '
.; J ... ther-in-law of the bride, was design bedspread and '.&Cson...:' ...of" 0;Mr. : and'jtswal. :" -1 I 'C' class of 60, and is emplQyed
"- the usher. corsage as a memento_. of the :fer.t' rtan.tfStarke.;. ./ .!{ PViHeHan M' :- at the Florida National Bank
.:.J, .,,, occasion.Among. I. at"--a wauUful: sln.norw from TViuartor. Also: in Jacksonville,
'i : .,; .'", Following the ceremony a :: wedding cere-J j "'| 'n corvtn" Wp.reIr.c;. :
::+1-': 2 'the.guests.were Mrs. monySaturda'y: ; >evening,' July i Mr. Bishop graduated from
held in the
reception was Miss Nichols Weds T. q William Mr .T. T.'Wh'1c1And.,1. .
Janet ponald'CairterIn *
church. The refreshment table :, : W "D. Thomas, mother of the j 14.-totteC&ofch: .of Ood:witfi j .. Robert E. Lee High School,
Miss Melva First Rey> >If ,B.'WiHiams pastor !: .. Mi<:q 07..11 Dr.q"ore Jacksonville class of '56 and.
Dunagan Exchange Vows featured a three-tiered bride's Baptist Chufch Ceremony bride-elect and Mrs. L. W. ; ,. Klrk-1 ,
'cis c: 'Riirqr
I I .
I mother perrojming the.. erem attended the University of Miami -
Pace of State Farm, : ny. ,
cake frosted in white and l '
1 :With Mr. Ezell In 1Qn" 'fce: rQ"n1V1Wain! -
Baptist Ceremony.. topped with a. miniature bride 1 The First Baptist Church, ing white gladioli and"pom of.the.brid". ,, who 4 Th9. altar of' was ; ,"O"M+ Mi and Jacksonville Univer-
<: PfltrMa Cownrt.TViwart .
J and Starke, was the setting r a poms.. .. -'I also received corsages from the centered:.villi a large sunburst j jaYrangement sity. He is now serving with
;On 'Sunday afternoon, July ful white four-tiered groom. 1 Uiee: Tl\nfe, ;: :M rs.; Lex
wedding the : Augusta, Ga
of white in
beautiful: wedding Sunday afternoon -, Mrs.' Charles Darby and hostesses.: gladioli. TJ.S.. Army
15; at 2:30: o'clock Miss Mary cake, embossed with After a honeymoon trip to r14Apr ""tt """rer. PruTv -
ice-blue ,
July, 8, at 3 o'clock. Mrs.. 'G r1. 'Mathews greeted Assisting in serving were carnations ,and fuigi 'mums The: wedding will take place
Melva Dunagan and Roger roses. A silver Virginia. Washington D. C., I : ".1'. Paecfncr "; 4''' 'hilll! 'V;' re
Edgar punch bowl' when Miss Janet Marie 1 1I the. guestsat.. the door;at>t&4reception Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs. against a background of\ferna Aug. 25, at 8 o'clock in the
Ezell j
t were united in surrounded by and Canada the couple will : nnv and Donald Strick-
cen- '
and brandied candelabra with
I Nichols, daughter Mrs. '
Myr- I
Carriage ,and presentedhf Vernon Reddish.Gharlene. PineLevel Baptist Church
by the bride's father tered file satin reside at Lake Geneva. Attend- '. Ism" ,
punch tice Lucille Nichols, became to the'-.receivingJline; composed burning hite t perS. \'TinRlhted
$ev. W. M. Dunagan, in the table. .- ing the wedding from Hamp- t'ho i with a reception following the
After a wftrtrtlnar tno to
the bride .: candles vere pJa.ced'.onlJ ,$ j
of Donald Eugene I of the bride and groom,. the: ;
Madison Street Baptist Mrs. P. T Nolin greeted the ton were Mrs. Childs, Lottie l Go wart Smokv Mountains the connte j jj
; ,
Carter ceremony.
son of Mr. and Mrs. bridal.attendents, Mrs ,Nichols flys4own.'t1W length -.
Church.daughter The bride is the guests at the door at the reception Ray Childs, and Albert Childs. Carl Carter of Lawtey. Rev., ; Pip'ichols: aiMrn4MCarter. ;: I Is HonoredAtBridal ;:center aisle.. .' 're resirtin' at 310 W. Call (... '. NQ 'invitations will be sent

of Rev. and Mrs. and standing in the Leo Hebert .' rV :tex jGreen: : organist,' street. The bride rhose for :;
performed the : ; : All
: ; : locally friends and relatives ) -
It Dunagan of : Shower '
stark and the receiving line were Mrs. H. A.)Gloria Crosby, }iupt"ialniusic i as'tbe traveling a sKpll. ypUow cotton -
"rendered !
Mrs r ii. Slade hadcharge"
who !
c groom is the son of Mr. andMrs' Lawson, the bride and groom,i Neale Brousseau .'The'alt r of ''the churchwas tiKe: receptipp/jiad ,.i I.. ;:/: Jo' v,, :. r:igkesis''agsemSled' indlacc oinpanled and lace dress.! with white :i, t. .of* .-the, couple. are invited
: Robert Ezell of Perry. the 'M is S' Charlene Cowart.whbit.o attend. .
parents of the couple and, assisting her Misses f: 'Dr.-Viba': :.rJ.dto; accessories and 'Uteorchid i I 'to rATHUTTS
lovely with two Drot2iyHardy ,
Mrs. Levy Canova Sr., organist the paternal 'grandmother of Engagement ToldMr. 'arrangements 'of fanshaped >gladioli-) !! 8.I,1d .Louise Qay -JV1 o rri. ge to Ralph Martin loiSt; "W o." '&leg.! 'Wn.tth r from hpr.: wedding i bouauet- | .. ..

provided nuptial music the groom. and cushion mums, against .a ..cut 'the" bride's cake rid,,MiSs was: an event. of July 14, "1'T olI 9ot: nct"PtthetouTiIy .: I The bride is graduate of >I;
as the guests assembled Mrs. J. K.. Martin, the and Mrs. L. A. Crosby background of huckleberry : j Ann. .Dirik ns. who 'kepU,3he :was .honored at ,a,lovely bridal ', : ) :..;. 0:' : ,.., BW5.: class of '60 and is ores- ,' FOOT
:palms '
and accompanied the bridegroom bride's aunt, cut the wedding announce the engagementand shower'and buffet supper Clifford MriLedi'b ehtlv ( tat I.. ,17-
.eiinldved HOWTOTREAT ,
: s"
| and jade. Seven branch- bride'.\X>6k.-Mrsy.Pa.ul'Hutch-; ., .' .. .. ,' $. ,-B-c ;secretary
soloist who sang "I cake and Miss Donna Duna- approaching marriage of Friday evening, July 13 given 'trotI/a.s.- best and the4i! :'faitiU.MagT4-L. Yra MlAt ..
I ed candelabra holding ins and Mrs;;Apl Cr6sIypisi.d4 ; ; .man.. : Doctor's Hospital. .
lighted : k M t.'iWk'tutor bunh .. .
1- *
.. her
Love' 'You Truly" and "The ,gan kept the,brtd 's book. ,Al- their daughter Gloria, to A. I tapers cast a soft glow'- over I. ;Uierpunch"i!_e,jJ.-; J-: by, ftrsi'/C.: r : 'wtre. :! r::'k _F'I ';The grppmis: 40'a graduate,) TAlau'tfi. HUM J* ,3t.,5 4.r.. wtiiittctU'ittft '
i homfe-.ionN.fWalnut'street. ,; ,
"Lijfrd's Prayer. .so assisting ,in serving were!, M. Neale BrouSseau son of te ,fcpik 'ff.( W,tch kithirkin
the entire sisting ia.''serving=were\ l : *. *, : j the.rb'ride.iVatt: : i plttwj .IN, ONE
setting .. t w>l lal: M.-If ut
..Centering the altar was a Mrs. Freeman Register'jr., Mrs. Zedra Brousseau and the; pews were designated by white J :'E."Hargr: ;/ irs. Veriieni1' ;:; to: _ATheVbtif: }. f e,$,iabje !onfthepa- ;.' !1Y ,JS11, -1 r. ;.. : of. BHS;.'class. of. .58.. and is .HO\1Jt..ytl1r, 4I. back. .t la r dngf40w

handsome sunburst arrangement Mrs. N. S. Dankel, Mrs. T, C., late Mr. Brousseau of Balen- satin bows attached to ,glad-;,: .cox, Mrs::Alice-AnderB n'and tio; [wh'ere the'guests dined, : .YiSs".Janet. Adkth'e' presently .enbloyed at Sperry'1Electronic ." .t'

:' of white gladioli, mums Hazen Jr.,. Mrs.:Norman 'Wil- ton. Mass. ion sprays. A lovely arrangement -' Mrs. Jim Chasteen. ,. _!**. i hseld ;a beautiful' center arrangement ;'maid''of.J.. honor'in V VC'. : 1ii'oji a. Tube Division- ;ALL DRUG STORES

a'nd fronds against a background lis; Mrs. Ewell' Lawson," Mrs.' The wedding will be Tues- of white gladioli- and :, "'After_a wedding-trip to:the : -of summer. "flpw.ers Ii jl pfr'X'- street, length' clreBs: oli.: Gainesville

of potted palms.. J. T. Lawson, Mrs. 'Leola'Ro: '- day, July 31, at 8 p.m. at the chrysanthemums was placed,I Smoky Mountains the :yolthgcouple : /The'Individual tables 'efe.!-!Uk organza, ., over. .Jajf eta- <${ t ,

;Nelson] Ezell served as best:- berts, Mrs: Rose, Lee, Mrs. home of the bride's uncle and in the foyer. are residing at;! State centered-with. .. yellow. and. white II 1 a:fitted bodice? al.q} .nwifchjng1'. ;11!.
,man. and the ushers were W. E. Lawson and Mrs. S.,E. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Farm* The'bride'chose: for ,hurricane"? .candles. I i i.. cket'arid. full sl tt. "She.}

'George M. Hinson and Bill Sparks. ? Crosby, j: 4 7 WestmorelandStreet Miss Charlene Hardy..' or-; traveling 'a''beige .,.suit' with : .:.The' 25. .gu s'ts included the 'JOi'e'a.'p ;velvet-!ribbon'.bqwheadpfece i
Wise. The couple left on a Starke.No white accessories and: complimented r couple, mahing, cir-
M ss Angie.:Dunagan at tend trip to Jackson,. Miss. invitations are being Hutchins---- -- -soloist.------.. who..-- 'Truly" -san"Because" -- with'a-orchid.corsage. of Do cto;/'s Hospital and >
e d.'her sister as maid of hon- and New Orleans La.- follow- sent but relatives and friendsare "I Love You. the par nt of.'the', bride and), -bouquet
ol in'.im ice blue peau de sole' ing the reception. The bride invited to attend the wed- and .Wedding Prayer"The Miss 'Schmitt :groom, Mr..a ici'. Irs.. .Charlie t tI tj:!i .,': 'i : ,.., -' ;

..street., length. dress featuring a chose for traveling.beige'linen ding and reception. bride, given. in marriage .'. I Cowart. of: Hejlbrpnh' Springs nand L: :ilittle: Brenda.'p'Steehatj! /. ,
crash suit with matching of her brother, Phillip; Is Complimented a': : Mr.. -Walter, ftended" 'ower..kIl'ii'a ; .
( .se lloped hemline and lace ; >.: 'and..Mfs :. '
!rvefblouse.. On her head she accessories. Mrs. Carl Minx chose for her wedding"a beautiful At' Luncheon :. ,.... 'l* Majtiri' of La'wtey. r'jyfdent1c: 1"tO .the:honor I ,:, RESTAURANTSunday :

wore'a circle of flowers over They are residing in.Clin. white chiffon waltz length .' /... .'' Mter'-'supper the &U E.j fttt xdent. ".

I iriet.. She carried a pink carnation a ton Baptist, Miss. student where Mr.minister, Ezell is New Resident, gown lace. jacket over satin featuring with a'th white ee- Miss'Betty Jean SCbn itt.* went indoors where' .the ": ':Th, bride, given in marriage ': Special - $1.35

cascade arrangement. Mississippi at Is( EntertainedMrs. quarter length sleeves. Her bride-elect, was honored at'aluncheon elect. -";opened her i,gUts.. Gracing 'by. her-' father. was. ..lovej t j I .
I I ,1be bride, given in mar- shoulder length veil of white on Wednesday') t points of .inter s.t in the ,ly in a floor lenp gown of FRIED DEEP SEA SCALLOPS

riige by her father, chose for Randal Chitty entertained illusion embroidered with the LaMaison .in,Jacksonville home *ere, lovely arrangement white Chantllly lace:'ov r taffeta -

hef| wedding a white peau de Betty Jean Schmitt at a delightful luncheon pearls was attached at -a : given by Mrs., L. :F;-.Dtnki S.. .:' .. *of pink rodes. :,with layers of t et. 'The J! SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKENCALF'S

'.soie' floor length gown with Honored Wednesday on Wednesday honoring Mrs crown encrusted with pearls.:':,, Mrs. Lex Green- and Mrs.-C" .);f J.. I .fitted. )bodice featured a FlOrentine -'| LIVER, SAUTE ONIONS

i>. scalloped hemline andbride's Carl Minx, who recently movedto She carried a cascade spray Houpt. V. ,BPW.Members "necklin, ,-outlined' in-if-.: I;, GRILLED CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK

lace over blouse. The At Bridal LuncheonMiss Starke from Jacksonville andis of stephanotis, and tulle puffs, The ten guests,taclu ed.fijabridal : ridescent sequins and long lace SAUTE ONIONS

.bride designed and made her presently living at Kingsley against a background of white attendentsof'the;ht>&i- Arid, HusbandsHqldjAncheon Sleeves tapering to calla points'

dress and the maid of honor's Betty Jean Schmitt' I Lake. satin pearlized leaves and oree,,her mother, M 3.:phar- .over, the wrists. Her tell of :, VEGETABLES: CHOICE OF TWO

dress. Her shoulder length bride-elect of August 18, was The 20 guests were seated at showers of narrow satin rib- les Schmitt and Mrs: J," K. >.(- 1.. illusion was secured to a ; Whipped Potatoes Candied Yams
veil of net was attached to a complimented with a lovely mo'th rof the .6ide. AT covered? dish supper was. crown of tiny seed
two dining tables in the Chitty bons, centered with white cat- Kelly, ,queen : Mixed Vegetables Pickled Beets
;pearl crown. She carried a family luncheon Tuesday in where artificial elect. .. : enjoyed last Thursday evening! pearls,and irrtdescent sequins. I '
family room an telaya orchid whi h she removed gropm:: ;: ;fAn DESSERT
white, yellow-throated the Pecan room of the Gar : :
orchid blue line arrangement of glaz- and wore .with her attractive arrangement nisnibers of the Starke.Bus- She carried a white Bible top
surrounded by carnations. Her den Restaurant given by Mrs. ed fruit and flowers centeredone travelling outfit. o'f'summer flowers'gredlie Ihess': and Professional. Worn- i'ped With white orchids i Old Fashioned bread Pudding, Lemon Sauce,

,only ornament were tiny' pearl W. E. Middleton and Miss table where all blue appointments .Miss Patsy,Nichols sister of luncheon table and.'bridal en's"Club and'their husbands ,. Mrs. Cowart chose for her Jello, Whipped CreamBEVERAGE

earbobs. Madge Middleton.A were used. At the the bride, served as' maid of place cards marked the 'seating :- at the KJngsley.,'Lake homeof !:' aughter's wedding a aqua :

Mrs. Dunagan chose for her beautiful arrangement of other table an orchid and pink honor and 'the bridesmaidswere' .arrangement. x "* r :Mrs.""Margaret_ Brown with 'silk dress complimented witha Coffee Or Hot or Cold TeaChef'

daughter's wedding a blue lace white dahlias, edged with pink artificial flower arrangement Misses_Susan Slade, Bar- The hostesses presented the Mrs. Martha Bales ae Co-host- pink rose bud corsage.

dress. with white carnation. and pink gladioli centered the was used for the centerpieceand bara Blankenship and Gayle I ess. Mrs. Martin was attired in
honoree with a piece of her
corsage.- long dining table where bridal orchid appointments used. Andrews. The attendentsgowns j chosen china pattern. as-, 'a At the short business meeting I.a blue silk dress with a pink Special $1,50

'The bridegroom's mother place cards marked, the seating Appropriate place cards marked were fashioned alike in memento ,of the occasion President Bea Farber discussed rose corsage.A : Fillet Mignon

was attired in a biege embroidered arrangement for the 13 the seating arrangement. waltz length polished cptton _,_projects j for the coming reception was held in the Tossed Green Salad Bowl

dress with an aqua guests. Summer cut flowers were also with a low neckline ,and- cap Circle )year and the budget was presented Educational room of: the Hot Rolls & Butter

carnation corsage. The guest list included Mrs. used at vantage points in the< sleeves. Patsy and Susan's : 3'M.eets': : and accepted. church where' tall baskets, of

.A.reception was held in the Charles Schmitt mother of family room for the occasion. gowns were mint green and .At Wells ,Home : ,;; '-" A $150 memorial scholarship white carnations. .. gladioli. .and.\ ,
:church educational building the honoree and Mrs. J. R. The out-of-town guests were Barbara. and .Gayle's gowns I fund to .the late GertrudeHoffmeister '

which was lovely with arrangements Kelly mother of the bride- Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. of Jack- were pale yellow. In their hair ." Circle: three of the" "ladies was established '

of bridal flowers groomelect.The sonville and Miss Virginia Razor they wore' a bandeau of matching Council" of the First ..Chris! and a cOmmittee: will be appointed '

(and greenery. hostesses presented of Gainesville. ,, color to which was attached tian church met last Thursday -: '' to administer this. .. All signs' point to our BAN

The bride's table was 'covered Miss Schmitt with four silver Assisting in serving were a shoulder length veil. night;at.the home.of.Mrs. i
_MrsGladys Scholl explained : .
; with a white lace cloth. and crystal coasters and' a. Mrs. Charles Sawyer Mrs. Drew Their only ornament were a Johnnie: .Wells.. the "Medical .Self. Help"j;I, ; ';'- < j..t;::)>' !:asa1ogicaIp1ace; :
'rover satin with a cluster olisatta corsage as a memento of'the Reddish, Mrs. E. D. Tenly and : chain necklace with a drop The,'devotion, was I given :'by course which is ,now .being j : : : ;, ': : .- --- f -- .
roses at each end. Cen'teringthe occasion. Mrs. Harry Hatcher. pearL They carried, Colonial Mrs..Albe ;' Newman::. ...Those"taking. 'taught and.plans-were 'discus -\ :. '': .r: .' ',.
,I I : .! ': :: '!; -1,;':; :: r,:'f-; :. ::1: : .
table beauti I to match their dresses on.-ih '" .
was a nosegays ,part : '"program
,I --- se -for holding< notherbegin'fling -;i! :. ,. '.',t". "i-r ,.- ;':.J\ l .' -
I of chrysanthemums: and.w.ere,,Mr. "&.Ira, Wilson-- -.and. '.Mrs-. in Septe rib t., .!; ..;.. :; : ; ". ....: r-f.r': .;\ ,. ;.. -:: .
puffs of nylon net and tied Wells. :,The'leader, Mrs. W.*L. .. ;' .11.-4-. ::: O."..." '.:.' .1 :' ,' }< .. .", .
was' ..
I .t. L' .. '
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I with bows of satin 'ribbon.I Andrews.: 'presidedoverthe Mrs.t-Dorothy, Milberger. 'j; .:- '" ,...,",' 'S -':...' :. ... ." '. : /'II........ "., ... .
i Faye Durbin served as best- business''meeting Plans'wire.made appointed to serve:on"the. District -' ,' !} pl/-- ': .

I man and .the ushers; were .for a picnic :on 'LakeButle Nominating mm1tte I 'J.';'::. : < _, _) _
1 ,
'Mike Nichols, Arthur;' Green, 'ljeaeh :6h .Aug::16 An Bales_ gave, a short,1Ml' I '.....'.:.J'.:. J..'. ,4iAtti.)' _.. .

I toI i Gene Norman and Butch Arwood .- .member willmeet. : -at' the :' :,:_ r-., '. .u.. .. aLJII
l' membership program and asked ... -' r
.. : of Mrs. Andrews .
jjame1 : 'ttji.4 I'V" .. ,
consider ,. <-
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GUARANTEED The bride's mother .was, attired ,pjn. with a covered dish, '. each person to ,.I d '

hi, 'a 'blue 1ineIi.dress". Mrs. Wilson, program' airman herself. a.member, of the membership -I I '.. ,. r r" ,

I complimented with a .corsage planned' her program: committee for this I I I. '" ;'
of shattered carnations .and for the ,' i,. ,-
CEHERAL ELECTRIC satin leaves. August meeting yearBAJKBROgN'- : 'i "
MOBILE MAloaY The bridegroom's mother ; : ;
: .
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..---- t Y. \ : + '' wore a Navy blue jersey dress ,

< :;ipi$. 25,* DISHWASHER with a carnation corsage.. 'I I .. : -

Following the wedding a reception : ,
PQwLf.a&_. < ,''' +' FLJSHAWAYDRAIN% JheBank at.the.Yagnd; Corner has .. .
O"R'P"I IL was held in the church '

DOww ASHES .'thot- Moa"O.t TIT MIID'S'2!' .. .:'\". them IiqtMMS;sway food!, '....... recreation decorated with room arrangementsof ,which was i Been Broken fdr f $5 i in MerchahdUe ', S, .. nd' your regular scmn BH 4

I 'ivdia9'o ti & *i' O S*lf-cl .Mi VaHYLCUSH'OU 'gladioli. cushion mums and j This week Mn. Mjrtl*Bortoa if' WaJdo, Florida was -- '
ot 4ishwawrf .. IONED INTERIOR. c.dI. I, :sinourdirechon! .
1 : :i4ctMI5, ,..ePtIay'H4 4 iIeI. pompoms against a backgroundof ; the holder of the wimUB! tieUt! .- Ifl tlie Varaboad Cor. .'

-i 2 ';,m. ,)'0",' ''I-JO 4 greenery. The'bride's table j: tier's Lucky Jack.PotTinpififf being ceodoeied at the Vagabond -

.)t r letp'it...,..bnWILt. 4ANNfaiR was overlaid with a white ,or-j I Corner in the Bradford Bldf.,Supply.. TU drawing II
GIYE .YOU $2SOO! SAT gaudy cloth over white.satin.. i: '
held at'Ji.Honday at 10:00 a. IlL where tee mnmher win be
wAss .'. ISFACTIOH GUARAHTEEDr The front of the clo'thwas.. ;

P1 ,<.. garlanded with smilax and .!draw. : from- the box'; .tati' The' lucky holder
OOft sPVI $22011Y9 95 caught at the center and at; .hare# unto Wedoe adaj' BOOS "to claim- the merchandise.If .

.,.. the corners by white' satin not claimed by then, the$5. :to rthdIsil1: be carried FLORIDA

bows and nosegays of pom' over to the next week and aa a 4IHA1IaI $3 in mer-

Centering the table was : *wQI oWn ud --- .. .
poms. : chandise! be added. to boy. Just come in '- -

the three-tiered bride's cake register. Yon don't bave:t
I Bullington's Appliances topped by lily-of-the valley _. '_.H _' ._. : .:.. ..._. .. _ :
and around the base was a'
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ruffle of *hIt satin ribbon
... 100 W. CALL-ST. ''PHONE '964-6551- ., and'snilaxThis' silver; was.flanked.: ;e ; *.Aiieiay-42,1osed Saturday at Noon ,Of SO &&ks,W Tke Florida Nattoaal Group O M ober Federal Deposit InsuraneeCQr'---

by two epemettes hold-i. -' -

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I 4S _. -. ,, !, ,.. .". -71 P_. "T. ; 'i..tI-aw.T J ,7 '>"- qown. I 6. Te \ms Co Enter !; Unless such certificate. or cer- ginning; that part of 'WI. a week for 4 consecutive weeks i Seal of said Court at Starke
.. < *"V' ,< '. Bradford: County, ,1o4a, this
"d' "I' 'Tfj ; v ttflca.tes'shall, be redeemed actordtnr of SE1* lying West of State in Bradford County Telegraph, i
: .... 'i"* ;. > iv .'- ." ., :, Tornaaoesjln, Sub-District I to law the property des Road U; W!i of SW ... of a newspaper published in Brad- >.th day of 1J62.CKARLB6 .
ii -.. -& T scribed IB such certificate or SUU: all in Section 17. Township I ford County. Florida, and having A, DARBY
., ._;:l 1 ,_ ; f. ; ,, *- sold circulation in As caerkTf Circuit Court
.. ; E&owUng& certificates will -be totheblgnest 6 South, Range 22 East; a general
i iff!bv A#. !1 ; ,r"J'.r'J! r7! jf' 'ft / .Summer ; :SoftballTourney r bidder at the court ALSO.EU said County.WITNESS. I! of Bradford Oouoty, Florida
: .
; .,.r i house door on the. first Monday of NW4. NWU of NW>4 my hand as Clerk! (ClltCLIT COURt SRAL' )
n.- / x
: -My Aren't WConsiderable COotCi TooV' f' .' t'-: .. Charlie E. Johns bowledgamesof m 4lo.nth of Augvat, 196! !. which Except a strip off the Westside of said Circuit Court and the 4t 8-2
>':, ,,- 1 134. '193 'and 172 forav Six teams will. enter' the Is thevfi day of August 1962, thereof 600 feet wide at

.., ,.' ; .. .. ty .... 10! Sub restrict A. S. A. Slow :; Dated 4his 25 day of June the North end and 750: feet I' .
; t I' id lead' the Reb-
$6average IHt. wide at the South end
: ".. eo 'sit( Jia ..Jbeenhe&rii IJgbt P9mp n hast solved the problem 1 : Pitch Softball Tournament to i : SWHof
% I ,, CHARLES A. DARBY NW'i Except a strip off
4-0 in I
i *' (\ recenUy} several 'JCity- ofSfarke ; diffeently bsitlthe.} same enl,3e ;, els bvpr' tlje 'Tornadoes be,'held in Starke 'on. August Clerk of Circuit Court of 1: the West side thereof 759 ARS
among Bowlingl r : J 100. ?
.J las. -weeks. Summer-. : Bradford County, Florida : feet wide at the North end It Y
: officials 'concerning: the :'feaaiJilityof : -' ter'::service! wmid. :. ,'. League. I 1:2,3. : 7-5 4t 7IX -!6 and 550 feet wide at the happened agoi

: ; .setting spectalel trlcatrat) Florida ''Ppwer/simply' : hooked..;the I ..I'iriie'B ttom Scooters won I 'a I "iOn, Wednesday .night t. .August : j South: Beginning end; N4 of at SW the intersection Except --

b ,for air conditioners ; I : _spedial; i 1 vaiir :'conditioning: : .rate mio theirfegjjar :3-1 decision over th Keystone I. L at 7:30 Gainesville .Gas THE CIRCriT COURT OF 1 S-229 with' of West South line line of of Road N- I oldest incorporated trade associatioa the country, the

: These officials, seem 'tb_.tftrnk" .'tjaj") ; gliding! scale, which most": mpaniesue -i gats: tehbid Bill 'Nels .::who,I will play Brooker in the. opening -' THE CIRCTIT-OF EIGHTH FLORID JUDICIAL' IX I I W 4 of SW\i of Station 20 i United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862. .

cond their electricalrate.LtVherifCfiy bowled, a; 175. average with game. of the J- 1 set year
: ..i if(Special rates for.air tpri r w re. ] o 1 Gainesville ICHANCERY.. said South line 210 feet.
is{ games of 186,128 and:201, i .Gas .was i thence North 105 feet, thence *
1- has separate CASE \O. 1313.
: Coffered more peopJe wQ U14..ista1L| .opl"in j Miry Jaryis had a 150 average i champion of the Gainesville i N. L. Knight. a Widow, East 210 feet thence South fv

,: systems, thereby: oU.etUngny.. specia.) rate for air conditioners and for the Scooters 'while, Bill I City 'Le gue'whn / 'Booker !i Individually and for the 4 lou feet: and that part of1,
I SE of SWU North
: thing the city.would lose by-making this-: space.heaters! which is lower than their! Young led :the losers with a finished: in a tie'for third':, use Austin and Smith benefit and of Mildred 4 and
'. luxury cheaper and more,convenient- regular-sliding scale for residential. s-I 141 average; t I place. .in the Starke' City- Smith, his wife, Section Range 20,!!Township East: Except 6-,

I I :; obtain.' The Telegraph would like'to 'tome,' Florida Power has chosen, for ;The Untouchables' continued League 1.* VS.Eva.' Plaintiff right of way of Road S-

I :. add to those of-the above 'men:. r Sol1S'expain d above,. Jto combine their winning :ways by beating At 9:00 Wednesday ,night? aL, You"9., and each of you are

I the air- the :Strike Outs with Buddy Williams Jewelry of Starke I hereby notified that a suit in
a! tioned city pfficials there is any pos- their sliding; scale with ; special S-,1 < :NOTICE 01srIT '
has been
equity brought againstyou
:: sibility at 'all \o' making such'-an-.ideabecome conditioning to avoid the. cost. of in- Elliott leading..the winners will play the Pentecostal)' Holiness OF IN THE FLORIDA.TO NAME. OF THE STATE by N. L. Knight for her-

.. "' stalling separate meters. : With. 151-average while Gene t! Church of Ocala : Eva Killian. whose residence self and also' for the use' and
: a reality. .: ; is North benefit of Austin: Smith and
t : ,We.feeJ l that the'City'of'Starke 'has ." At Florida Power a regular sliding Coble bowled games of 211, The winner of the WWIaIILSJeweIrOcal Carolina Edward Bowden C. M. :Mildred Smith his wife as
139! :;and 144 for -a 165 for the 'will'. plaintiff. in the Circuit Court of,
game go. Hopkins. James B. Hendricks, :
: its own i utilities m order to "offer''itsresidents' 'scale ig iisecl ,up through 186 kilow tt. Stride, Outs.Standings '1 1 Simon S. Brown, Joseph G. Al- the Eighth Judicial Circuit in
lower 'hours; which the figures is against. undefeated. ,S p e rry. i\arez, S. F. Gardiner, Ludwig : and for Bradford County Florida -
better! service at company
: price'siii : tap-01], of Gainesville at t; 7:30 'Dohm. Eugene Owen Clark and you are hereby summoned -

.I : fact,. one woiild | be wrong m enbiigh/fo/ 'take .care."! of lights anelectrical ;j" :7 W I GB on, iWsday night and the Clark FJ' 'derlt'a'Maurice A. Clark Clark., Frederic-' Louisa file your, .ordered written and answer required or defenses to-i IN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the

4. t tanking that it is the
er its, citizens more"and[ better seri \. .ito'WB,.theoretically; is where 'the :Bot. Scootrs. 17 2eystone r- 133-41'] will':PIaY the ;,'Dohm..lark, Catherine Monica Clark Dohn,:'! Ludwig Louisa l.erein against WUse you in the in the office abo"eentitIpd of 1, should be restored to market at $1 and $2 an acre soldiers to

I": i icpt, 'Special i l rates;for'air, conditioners! customers. would ,b gin/)4bp' .{wgi fjij) } ,Kats 11% 16&. Wz Gainesville Gas-Brooker. winner PoHrn Carlisle Dolim.: FredrickDohm the Clerk of Circuit Court of in have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state
Strike, : 15 'r John Dohm Charles E. Bradford County, Florida. the event celebrated with steins of beer.
air conditi pu ,. IX, ,17: a.t : i was foaming
: :Jwoqld} certainly- coma under -thiscate- < cost Df..op rating an n r. The -.' 9jOO.finals ; -I Wyrnan .'John Kleinschmidt i iCaroline the County Court House at .
'p.. ,, rate there-tumbles''dowifto'1.65 cents VntocIibles 9:5: 18.5 16.5 :'ot' the single, elimination Kleinschmidt S. Fran- '! Sfarke, Florida, on or before i '
'gory. ,: Men's els Gardiner, Rebecca Anna' the 20th day of August. 1962, traditional beverage .
1 t : IJighr Average: I For then, as now, beer was ins
I 'KWH- or $5'f: 500 lOTl of : ; tournament will be held i Crews S. J. and to serve a copy of such answer 8
: In trjelight -pf.ihe..above' statements; per; . 11i1ltNel lson .-" ., 168 : Drlgger's, Samuel P. or defenses upon Hollis V. of moderation- light: sparkling: refreshment -
t I' have taken the trouble 'to "find out currentor$3 J |lJ2III a1a." tt on Friday night. August 3 at Sternberg_,'_L' -S fl.Frank_,_ flAs1.Walls Jere-Un K"nTe-ht...... ., nlflintiffs... at. t'orney that adds a touch sf f Soulh-n hospitality
we :? '
: : "* -. :* Gene. .. 163. mf&fi K. VII VI:!. r rrrurncti.a- -- --- ---- Post !
i .f -
4 ; J ; .o> .J. : ,I ICalohill herein, whose' address is j "
: how' two local cmzen-otvSjarkecan pur'T Char. Johns. ',, 156 aoo"l' chflhover M., Gottlieb Stigleman Katchelhofer, Edward : Office Drawer F. Starke. Flor- to any occasion. Floridians have hvays enjoyed T

panics-:went bo Amp4nt, oj current.:. hme.,,Norman 155jien's The winner: and .runner,upQjfthis I. "O'Neill. Thomas J. Greene,. Ida. on or before said date as the good fellowship that goes with every giass. "
tournament. will play C. Greene George Ing-| required by the Laws of FlorIda -
for their c2stom! .of 11 fthis/, ; again! is, tliat mghbarn : Mary Alice Gallaher and J. :, and Florida. Rules of Civil
: In' the District Tournament I barn I f.\ "
'. Vejnjon.'Buff. Key. ats ,244 5ajlaher, if the above Pr@dure. TODAY,In Its centennial year,the United State .. '
., companies have done Hqjes $ j
or.l i instance,. : : 3lep'ThghSeries' : which l wn, also, bs held mt'named,persons, respectively, bei I If you fall to do so, a decree 1, Brewers Association still works constantly assure t

: ston?,Heighls ..a ,service''.by" 'making I Verndn Bu .r.. ?44A:140, 182. for ..Starke on August 8, 9 and 10. alive named,' ,and persons if 'any are'of dead the above,their pro against confe you!'=so for will the be relief entered de- : maintenance of high standards of qualityand

: seflng.a s Patat : : eni to becom "c 'oVcats" 'a :189",aver.g. ..respective unknown heirs, and.devisees manded The nature in the of complaint.said suit is! to 'I propriety wherever beer and ale are served.

I P .kilow.. tt- ), summer'' days. Though I4s High. Series: JfOTIPE OF INTENTION' TO all, grantees. persons creditors!' or parties. remove clouds from the title of
went alBout" }it different '-' REGISTER fclCTITIOTS title in- the plaintiff. and the title of
and space 'h t June Norman 190" 168 for1 tAME claiming any right or Smith
I 158f, Notite .is1\ hereby given that terestMn and tottie hereinafter phtntiffs granteE'S' Austin
: user car purchase accoinp'ljshe/i tie! \ same, a 172 'av rag the undersigned, under the pro- .described lands "by, through, under and :Mildred Smith to whom cc._ '. .- -'"'
Ladies High Average visions'ol Chapter"201153.' 'Laws or fegatasl them Vespecttve-, plaintiff warranted title to a I' ; tl iijj_ :
fQr '
$925, which \ ? portion of said lands and to ,
o?, Florida, Acts of 1941. will li 'thImknown heiys, devisees
: the: U,2 with the. City of Starl e cquld Juhe Norman '147 register with the\ Clerk of the I'rantees"rredltors; and all other their described respective porI I, ,; t t&( _._ '
: described real
Neoma Nelson, 141 Circuit Court, in and'tor Bradford parties and persons claiming by, tions of the above I t lMm ;{fi ,
: Stayke; can thing with its.. electrical '- '' County Florida, upon re- throirgh, tinder or against each estate together constituting allot iffat AIPCo \ -"'"

I I. in the. same, Mary Jarvis 'h181: of manner
electricity.. Merclyn Young 118'i thIs ,notice, the fictitious name ( Joseph'J. Truby, James L. Fra- is hereby ordered that this
An entirely Power, the city would i,Ladies ,'. H""'.. of Crescent Motor Court, under I. zee, 'and George L. Dohm; and !! notice shall be published once
High Games -
:, .. wljleh claimingto
t. am engaged In business< all persons having or
ditioners.{ does :cost; of meters" and added.. June Norman flebels '1 .: '190 on:U.;$. 301 South Starke Flor-1 'have any right title or interest '
!rigl ida j "in sfrid to the following i .'
I however, in that t, Merclyn youni.\.Ita.ts. ..1190. : 'Ifrs. Ruth Bumba. P.- O. Bqxj, lands, the subject matter of the |

.:'.peter for every. : i if reyamping .electrical! -. 435, Starke, Fla.,- 'sole owner: |! above entitled suit lying and
: ( Dated this 26th day of Jiily, ,being in Bradford County, FlorIda -|
such a extra: cost io the city is all NOTICE TO BIDDERS A.D.:; '1962 at Starke., Bradford i i to-wit: .1.1EH :
meter t all for I Bid* -will he received: until County.. Florida. of'SWU. and NW.i of ,
S reading : being "Cool: Cats" 12:00 o''locXoon'EST on August 7-26 4t16 SW4 :Except the West 9 afires -

I cause of that 15th'UI ::1. at the office "of thereof, and Except the i! t' -
St.rke.$radford' 4efJ- feet of East 1060'f ) \
County Chamber North
of Commerce, XOTJCE... ; OF APPLICATION '. thereof STVU of SWI 4 DotWkedoltenjoy
North FOR TAX DEED ::4*' t, ;
Temple Avenue: ;' tarke. 'Florida Except: "Beginning at the !, wv
Mr. 104.16. F.S. -* i
I ; for the construction of Southest'corner' thereof
Better three
| Possible NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE, ... 750' feet
ejjybit buildings the '
on fair and run
that' Ann Bissell the holder of -
grounds in Starke, Florida. : thE'nre'8'outh -384; degrees !
the following certificates has the All-New
: Bid blanks will be furnished. East 961 feet, thence West T1\\
Monday, {tfiose : in Lapland. by R. H. Mclntire on or after filed'tax 's deed aid to be certificates issued thereon.fora II 'I 600 feet to the point of be- ;

: tunate enough, to !: much in what August 3, 1962. covering the requirements. I .
so was seen; The :bidder must ) certificate .:numbers awl I

L sets to see i it;, ) 'world is furnish bid bond, certified years, of issuance, the description -,;'-. II ,...... .
the ... .. -
n that of the property, and the c.;. .'.Y."." --
heck. bank .
or draft in the : : r4'4i 4,4
: ing event in names'in which it assessed'; I
UL a tiny sphere and amount of 19 per cent, of total are as follows: ,'1 : :r. 'rkie ,.Citizens i! *...M...,.: .t t'. _. <-.,.. -' <. .' '#
With TV bid.Right Certificate Xo. 10 Year of Ifr ; ;. "- '::: '.:." \..'. ,. 'M '....,"'.',. a- 1--k
Is reserved to reject < ;: ':: J -
any 01 t .W .t.
of i wherever in L .
a tiny satellite; l or all bids and to award individual suanee 1956.DescrIption ( Of Starke I .:= ;: : \ ..?. ::
,..,. .
: three }} ] not 'escape the. collective l units as 'shown on the of JTBJ4 'of NE of*Property X of St.:W R3.Sec. %..: I I I, -" .::' ...ii\\... :..... ;.:"...\:\.:. .." .-..',.-'...,.,::..m... -- "c? t
try .
bM. Right Is 'reserved'to hold 16 1 S. R. 20E. .. I .;..... ....' ,..,....,.' ... .;" :" '.:.....' '* :
the it T- .
nessed first humanity! day: ,hap all bids for a period of 60 (!jays .' '<. -: '$:. ,:, .. '
: Name which assessed J. W.Thbmas. r' ",L < t ; ; -
prior to making awards. .Jn > I: HAVE BEEN IN- ,.. T.k .'; ,<-.;;.. ;, ) : 't" .,,'...'
President R. H. Mclntire, President S I.I: ; : : : : _
AU ot said property being In' THE t'1.; : ..}.: .,
Bradford Fair: Association BY I! .;<; ,/J. )
Countr fSTRUqTED
f newscast big tel y'i jo1).rit's, a new the of Bradford State } \ ,
? County p :::.;. : : ; 5---- : -
I i of Florida.UnlesA I COUNCIL TO AD :i f'i .: .+\ .. .. trt t.. ': vf"
buffaloes towards greater under c/o Starke-Bradford 'Co. CITY S'S .
I ,
go, such certificate or certificates -I J !. .,.'' '.:..:.:...:(.t."",:" :>>. 'i ;t>",< iI ." ;
Chamber of Commerce I t:..... .. "U:.". ",,,". ?':"tv<"f.. ..... .'v
tween of the earth shall be redeemed according1 -: EFFECTIVE I. "' ..-. '' '. ( :)(
peoples vi-yOU.'THAT I :' 1f: '
Gate brhgi1n < .
935 North .Ten : AvemiirJJUj .t's
pl j.: !:.i.:. ,...!!.'.., !, l'. 1i .
1 lawCihe property 4esfribM ,"1 :',._ -
to : :. ; <,: : <
.n'fit .
'St.ar1t r j :,".. : : :=. 'm." tI'.4. ... .
Three hours, J ; of that perhaps less chance 2tf26 '( : .. .f1itqfOr certificate: orcertificates WITH YOUR ; ":",,>. ., "' '!t:_. """' '' -", oW. .. ,.. ";;4
A : worldwide\ .7; :. will be sold to the'highest 'I I ;,_' .-_.___":1 1i'' : .,k .
t again. circled the : ii war. -" ". ,.Wdder. at the 'courthouse AUGUST' 1ST UTILITY ::'I;i -,4-'e'r---1 fe- -- : :: '., : I ... '- .- .- S

!I t. old, world 'sIlep? J re, ]is'no\y.' ;. mpr.h pe that 'On '-or A1WEflT1StMENT"-.about Monday. Julv' '1C, in Month door of'on August, the: first, 1962! Monday, which. : :BILL THAT ALL UTIL- j2-f---,<, r : i, .

treasures; ; !ble. :. ... 92... drawings 'iizd .ecfkattnifnr -!t it the 6 dav < August,, 1962.Pated : .. l I 4 4 -"- 'I.- s 1 4

.' f .tfcp i.i- <>nn tiMtWrirm' nf an I :this25. .day of June ,: .rEt BILLS,. WiLL BE I : :
addiliou : Bradford County 1. 19.62. [ f tt
',i i ,', c"' :-' :: HCJ9t'ttat at Starke, Florida'.will : t. CHAftLES A. -DARBY H i DUE WHEN' RENDEREDAPMEL1NQUEI- l ; : f-
.tWilliams be available for 'd1t butIon to Clerk of Circuit Court o.!" ,: t
I] I;Starke, Builders : general contractors by MOore Bradford. County... ,' Florida. .. ..) ....,... ..,. t4 :. 'C :'t --". {"'ii

II \ and May,' 'Architects GainesvilleFlor; lOG Nf E. 74t1'NOThlEAF-%* -'.. ,- :,, ioTiI OF THE ,i ...:;..::.L,, ,,:?,,.',}.?.:::1"::.: ::....,.:..,_ wr.; :(;:::. Sw h.f'. ...? ..' ...... }:.. ..;. J, ,
tourney.Berth week."a:,j.Are. tit\\ B9Ys ida.First Street., :' i_ .- -' APPLICATION 1FI! .' r : '" ,..;:. '. .. ..:. u.", ..X"S. 5 '. 'f.." ..'". "'.

r Applications: from contactors MONTH HEREAFTER.
[ Diamond Champs interested in bidding on this :, F, J'X DEED'' : t '" *
t! .
Over Stalluigs \ 1 ?' -
) work, not to exceed tw. (?) t' 194.18. P.8. ;,ALt UTILITY BILLS 1 ,. : c S .. J
: I sets of tawlngB' nc1 sfc1iC.llUons I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, \ : *" -
.. ': i .Starke. Builders Supply : together :with'payment of thatyKay. Cox' the 'holder of'i I l OT: PAID BY THE I f.-M..: ..... .
BobbV the .following certificates has :
( $ o.oo per' set fehould-t b$ filed :
Rome the. :rtpning!; l : trodunced,Johns Oil Company, I promptly with the.jirchfteet; fJtd! S'a I d. certificates for I 10TH OF THE MONTHWILL
U'bJ a tajf:, deed to be issued' thereon.
: material
Thursday night in 14-41n the championship game am! bidding ; The certificate'numbers 'and
forwarded shipping charges eel* BE DISCONTINUED
A fif the seventh : \ ;of the Little Boys BaseballLeagues Oect, as soon as avallablellAnyWdderi year| of issuance.) the description .
i : T j- \ upon returnInuch': : : set of, .the) pronerty! and, the AND A SERVICE Time to ChangeS
to lead \yuilams Tt
I last Tuesday afternoon. promptly and in goOd .cDridltlon,. "names In which was assessedare I
tailings fin the' will refunded his down' "'p.ay-) as follow:' CHARGE FOR: RECON
3 Harry Hatcher led the winners .1 -irient and any nonbiddef, upon Certiifcate No. .28 Year! of Is- ! *
of .
a. three. returning such .set.wll. be gutira11s5TDescription: NECTING.
so ,
with two hits for three of
: Stallings won refunded $!5.00. Bids on this Property Com
ame of the'serle times at bat while Mike Hewett;i work. 'will be 'oD ned 'bf Bradford I at XB -cor of SE1 of NEH and I S TO A MODERN 2-lH-l ELECTRIC REfRIGERATOR. RnZER
run TK 350 ft S 165 ft. for POB -
I five run rally in !and Larry Mercer limited the I! tlon" at County%:00" p.m.:, 00' Friday, ..thence 50 ft.E 150 ft. N. 50 :, ,MERRILL_ ;, I EDWARDS L So many exciting new features and conveniences you've
0 f the seventh in I!Ul'UstJ.l1.! 1562::\1' : JI I ft.: W.ISO ft.. to.' POB in Sec. 291TSR.22. CITY CLERK I always.wanted to save you time wprk and money.
oU to four hits. < E. :
company only I .Board, of rusIeM Braaford'Cotjnfy ..
j .
lam of ,a Hospital t"CoreratIonInes I Came"n which assessed. L. M.Gatlin. -
i : Mik ,Hew: tt. ,was .the winning 1;| .A. Green SecretaryrTrws- : CITY OF .STARKEBRING ; OOUBII-DOOR STORAGE.. ..adjuslable MORE FOOD SPACE...leu floor space-..
Monday night.. I I7.2O4tS1O AU of .sald property being .4n .. -. itelvet-They hold all the frozen and New models are bigger inside, smaller
urer. I- "
: Williams pitcher while: William Scog- .' ; j the, County of Bradford. State. .-' .. fresh foods a large family needs.Models outside. Zero-cold freezer section
I tack and won : gins took the loss.: 4- ., : Florida I I with shelves that raine, lower,.swing keeps foods tasty-fresh; for months.:

Same ,5.3 to ejen The game,.conclude-l the 14t- .;.. $ !' t.,4'rCIey .j.' out. Everything at,your fingertips.. You can stock up on "special'sale"
; I'' items .
at :one each. ,tie, .Boys Baseball |season. I II : TilE I I save money. :

: The third and I Leading, Hitters ENTIRE FAMILY! I, -- -: PLENTY OF ICE CUIES-You'll.never NO DEFROSTING Banishes messy'defrosting .
$ ": short. of ice cube storage :New models
Plenty forever
was. played Tl Bobbie, Smith, Builders Supply ; ., run : : are
and fast freezing provides: frost-free or self-defrosting.: No
i } ., J$6 .1e.cer.; ,Builders space. scrap
ltli Larry
Williams, ; \ '
$ ample supply. .always. ing, chipping, or mopping.
three runs in the Supply, .433; Tommy Chaplain oUtlay '

$nd Stallings John Oil ,.41(f Gary Ham- "T5 : the models with new ""squa
j \ > shoulders and flush-to-the-wall design (and freezers (:::: ::;D'See
: est .39
t 4o. score two in, the ; JltqnT'lprjda{ Control ; dealer.
too) your electric appliance
urth: J. S.. Water, Florida Pest Control I Swim In The Best Water In Florida .

.. Williams added : .34$;, Richard Williams, .
bottom of the' cdmmu'nltyState Bank 313. % ; : .
1he f
1tlIaFJJ .
Stallings came !Other Department LeadersHits .vJ 4 k lp
'E 0 .
Robbie Jl : 0 BOWLING: SOFT 'DRINKS S your hot* far ...
one in the fifth: : Smith. Starke : ; S ...IT'S CHEAPER. TOO! MOMLN ...a.dc'
:r Williams was Builders ,Supply, 18; Runs: Lat .: :DiNCltfG .., MU&C : .

ing into the top ol, ry Mercer: and Harry Hatchet, 1 I KINGSLEY BEAcH FLORIDA ,POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

Stark Builders 16 r HELPING 'iUllO FLORIDA
)hen Staliinga S? ; Supply -

And jumped J ah a, : : ; each: Walks: ,William ScogginiJohns :about: this question: IL -"oN: BEAUTIFUL. _. -- .- ..,. KINGSLEY- LAKE"q -. .' j f .I -. -. '
In ; Oil Co, 12: 'Hit by pitch) "I: 4r
: the bottom'o: | } "W plan :to ,drive thru' _
'f. -
iith Williams i :; /I Danny Cdff is, Florida Pest Coifi. -. : -; r -. -1 -

I 1troJ.- ,,$ }esRobble.SmiUi Canada to ,the Seattle I -
tingles' and an : ; ,'
I I'S rke Buttd World's fair this summer. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL offers
:ior two runs : 1 ;' : r Supply 18j :

nit a sharp single ; ; : 'tQiW1es Robert Edwardi,, LJvear: that:...\ ): insurance: F :MIXING --

Jield to score { SakekBuflderi Supply, 5: 'Tr-'\iit uirements are:.higher .in1'British -: EXCLUSIVE mm !-

tn. second base : j plesLJTy Mercer, and Robert' Columbia,.effective -- __- _' _
.game I 1 t. Edwards; Starke Builders suP.l June :1. Can: i the Charley] T Every year,manufacturing feed becomes a more difficult job, requiringmore 44- _

tA Williams Jewelry i ply l X ech; Home runs: JohjiUayton precision machinery and more painstaking care. The reason is 4 :

:'"ance into he. : ; Community State; E.. 1IotinsAgeiatuppiy,an) ;5 S tbifeed formulas, are becoming,more.' complex> each year requiring -- -S
". \ Bank Total : auto insuran'ce prd:on tw& morelind' alTthe tine. essential inC
Tournament : t ;.3,- bases: Larry: ; tinier Ingredients 'fany' ingredients ; S

:jrUl compete in it Mercer, Starke. Builders, Supplf,;weeks! notice, ''femi thaij quantities as small'as a thimbleful{ per, ton,must be mixed throughout $---- -

.Tournament thii i 40. tJ I is aaeqaatf! to; '5- :' a:'batch of feed.:If mixing isn't done right, one,bird'or animal can get ,_ __ ______ __ __ ,-
.. fit.. '. t: 1 if zrjettbe -"' \aj't R, -1 3 too much or too little of.these'tiny essential'ingredients. -____ -; -:- -'. :;: '. -
H. -
sibuity Law "aw'.I' i Thanks'to Purina exclusive Micro-Mixing process. tiny amounts of u--- ,. $ --4-
: : M&:BRABFCR I \ UNWf''TELEGRAPi4.; diaiprpvInc 1 q f Jctauiyj- Bree&nof ingredients are,"blended evenly 't rough every. bag"or ton of Purina, ,, F- -y--- -- --1- S -5 S

, T- .. EST..BLIS"E'D"I11t79'' : :1:1S Florida Pest avoid*wasie:and'increase ypur ,feeding efficiency. MicroMiring" t p--- i "-Z SS"S.Z. ; -
: otto
: t u ..,.. -. '. *-f Irt"Control much -
; 'r- : t f1" : .Ch r :E./Johns also',protects your birds 'or' animals from getting too --S.---
-J .
..; 4 .n,9ta'a o'4! t weekly ':' ..I' .' .. .. ", ,; *c. .r.-:: cf,_the powerful Ingredients in_today's feeds, which dangerous -
Newpr PubUalwdtScuoosly 'Cin- tAgency.Ho&"bth; i : 'like<' 't.a"V to. 'see.. JV-you., WIleD" 'O_:.'..#lCU.,' -r.. **, v :

:; A SS Cndr Tbelt $ .- &discus jour W a know 'birds animals getting -. -S _
FLORI 7 : are
.. .Mathe&d ..,' :P : f your pr .
:" '. iS t"gf, i ..feeding needs- tjw right amount of each ingredient they need for top gams and
: 'Wii
: 1S. : ; i_ ... I \ .' '. effidancy thants. to Pyruia's exclusive.Mkrr-Mixing process. -
t! ATl1IEi r : -- ,
r' .. .... ,. : : l I. : f' -
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't : --- -
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'.' 4 .: ,' -\-.idftott: lla.0.", :, THE: BIGHT .r for the .
: .;:,., :. .. .f'rs-- . ,..", :..,J ';"" 'tiNl..,. \ '" :: : ; : ;
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: ; .... p.a': ..UBVPT1- "'-N-. ...RATE' ." 'i.l.': : ..... :' "' ', v'_y .,ywrtt' ,.'Coaie::la,and-* : t Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. .
..0' : : ;: J.-?* J.-1- f i -<.t r .
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::,'-I' ';:r,z.:(}t i:<..". iJI--.r' :.:t'h....1,.. 1 '; :_- .,.;!.."..., .--6_ -oiI; ,, lefret:. ,nr-.faftttteQTEB.. ',; ; -' ;5' '. '., '. j : 539 -E.. ALL ST. PHONE 961-3965 STARKE, FLA. ,

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''t -: t r:l. Puhliihrf Each: Thurdy a&t Eatrtd' 8et 4 wa .. 1 -GWB.Tl"- : ..Jr't\ '. . .P..i'

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-J ing. "YTYYYTyYY.TTT..YYYYY.YTYY Yyvynvvy'
will to to
| go Ridgecrest a
Mrs. Burla Parnell of New Bible conference.Rev. '- '
Smyrna was the weekend : and Mrs. Fleming j I
guest of Clifford Jones andj i; Tompkins and son and Mrs.; a ;., : CITIZENS OF- BRADFORD. COUNTY. .'
r .
Nay: C. Vompklns family. i i Tompkin's fatter, S. Eh :Bar- J.: :
! Mr., and Mrs. Joe Cason thlomew of Sunnyvale.'; Calif.!., (By. Elizabeth Givens) ,
-- -u_.__ had their : arrived Monday to spend a C __ A AAAAA ..&, &&A.6A AAA4. ...A. '
as Saturday guests -------------- ------- ------
Mr. ': Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Johnson, few day: with the Tompkins Y Summer RecreationThe Day program were Johnnie,
and Mrs. Bill Browning ,
I I and Mrs. Sue VandTver: and and Halls. 3 Mae Hill, Floria Frazier 4 Qc
entertained Sunday witha : Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alexander summer program will- Bertis Parks and Jannie Mae

big birthday dinner at their i i'Jacksonville Mrs. Bessie Sapn.had as her ,. .and: children of Cincinnati close a successful session August -;: Scott. Total money raised wasx93.99
1 s 3, at Lake ,Whittemdre.
home here in honor of their weekend: guest. C.Mrs: ..MarronSappp > ,. Ohio"were the Sunday l ,
daughter Mrs. Robert| RtefaanlThos : j, ot;Lake Butler. r' guests of her 'aunt Mrs. Lydia wZ4 ,ra1M 4y ..gZ2' Evei one has expressed their We are greatful for your

$. present fM die occasion i Mrs. 'V. G.. HalTand. child Johns. Mrs. Alexander is the gratititda and enterttainment.wlcome.l the attendance and contributions.! R

were Mr. and: .Mrs.. Alton ren returned Friday from former Ruth'Wnitehead. wholesome Bethel Free Will :"A" FRYERSs
Browning and daughter; .Mr. : Niceville where they visited : .Miss Carrie Faulkner of 2 wF The'-,staff; workershope that Baptist Church .

and: Mrs. David Browning and; relatives. for the past two: Jacksonville was the weekend ; parents will continue to show I[ Women's day held July 22,

two daughters of Gainesville 1 weeks. I guest of her aunt Mrs. Lydia ,interest in the program for was .a great success for the Smoked '1 1k C
the 'hon's' husband .and i. Rev. Homer' > Davis of Dot- Johns. A the safety of the'children and' ladies of our church both financially PICNICS

four children: Mr.. and Mrs, han, .Alav.and Rev. and Mrs. I j I Brown and Faulkner continue to give full cooperation ; -; and spiritually.

'Bobbie ,Bryant and daughter Lonnie Dobbs- of Lacrosse were J Nuptials E{ I The speakers for the day' Bulk SAUSAGEBrisket

and Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Brown- the- Tuesday guests of Mr.i! Mr. and Mrs. George M. --_.._._------ --- ..__ .-..-_. Sunday School ConventionThe I' were Mrs. F. S. Pierce and
> and! Mr Jim Conner. Faulkner of Jacksonville an- Sunday School League Mrs. Essie Holland. Both messages -
: | Members of' the Boys All-Star Baseball Squ.-xJ are (I-r-
t _.___ -__ of their .Bethel were enjoyed by the STEW
0- Little Miss Jane Lang of nounce the marriage and Mission was held at -
First row: Roy Chasteen; Second Bow: Charles Smith, ,Mikei! 0-
!' to' E. Lake visiting friends from Trenton
Jacksonville has been visiting daughter Alice, Harry I I A.M.E. Church in
Hewett, Harry Hatcher Se&ner Adams '
Tommy Bill ;
i her grandmother Mrs. Nancy'Thornton Blown son of Mr. and Mrs. City. Delegates from Starke j I and members. We closed the' <
$ Richard Williams, Larry Mercer; Third Bow:, bcotty day with the sum of $361.30.We H-C Beef TRIPE LB
I and other, relatives j Joseph N.t Brown of Jacksonville I'' .' were Burtis Parks and Jannie i I
WJEWELRY I: here. Jane's mother\ Mrs. Ho- ', on July 14. I I Rboden, Gary Hamilton, Paul 3IcLeod, Andy_ l\laHon, Denton ,! Mae SCott from Mt.- Pisgahj I I are'greatful for the effortput

I ward Lang, spent the day with' Rev. C. R. McKidden per- i lJ \'oe. William Scoggios, and J. S. Waters.- J i iI A.M.E Church. Mary Alice 1 forth by all to help us.

; them. Thursday., i formed the ceremony in the I i Morris and Dora Lee Dommon'from 'I Greater Allen Chapel AM. ... :

REPAIRS | Mr. and ,Mrs. Julian. Dobbs First Methodist Church of AII-StarSaseballers Lose In Jax \I II II Greater, Allen Chapel A. ]'! E: Church Rev. L. A. Sampson -.
: will be host to the
WATqiESDIAMONDSf ,i and daughter and...Mr. and Folkston Ga. The couple was I M.E. Church. Mary Alice Morris : pastor
f 'I! Mrs. Marshall Dobbs'returned i i: accompanied by the bride's I' After losing a close 5-3 ball' and then'siUl'led in the second was elected district pian-1 Missionary ,Union Sunday beginning ; FRESH GROUND BEEF I
Work Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. ist for the Sunday school'and : at 9:45 with Miss ,
1'1 mother and last
Sunday after a few days, .visit t ti game Tuesday night to inning knocking in two j|
*' A. 'C* Williams (i in Lakeland with the Morris I' Clifford Chittenden,The bride t r the National League All Stars more runs. ;, Burtis Parks will serve as I Fannie Bell Frazier in, charge.

142 W./:''Call St. and' Marvin Dobbs families.. formerly lived in Raiford and j of Jacksonville the Starke All On the pitching mound he i i usher for the District. ,,All Sunday School members WEINERS\ BOLOGNA
L r is a graduate of Union County Stars were eliminated from just On Youth.night. Miss,Bertis are asked to please remember -
Starke Fla. Rev. Allen :Price: and family j : was as tough as he allowed
High School. After her i Parks won second prize, pn ..the. rally Sunday morning. ;
left Tuesday,. for ,Wajliesville I the Sub-District Tournamentby Starke only three hits -
.r.-r- .--..--I N. C.,. lefe. Rev. Price graduation she was employedby losing to the American while striking out 12 batters. | the Essay Contest. The topic There will only be two serviceat services SMOKED SAUSAGESPARE

; ,. I the Prudential Life Insurance ; League All Stars 9-0 in Jacksonville Larry Mercer was the losing ;, was "Opportunity for Young i Sunday. Morning :
11:00 and 3 p.mHie ..
the : a.m.
Company of Jackson- People in Space Age i
I Wednesday night. ;, pitcher giving up seven runs I
ville. Recently she has been : Jimmy Loyless Jacksonville: in the three Innings he pitched Church." All delegates report- j' Missionaries and Pulpit Aid
secretarial work for the ed a delightful time. I Board will have a program: RIBS
1 doing : pitcher, proved too much for Bill Adams pitched the | I
i Justice Co. The groom attend- Starke on the mound and at last two innings 'allowing two I The Youth Day program! for the day. '"
school in Jacksonville held at Mt. Pisgah has been I,. The president bless Elizabeth -
REVIVAL rd elementary bat as he led his teammates unearned runs. 'I C.
I.I' but was, graduatedfrom 1: to the 9-0 victory. II j jI ji Mercer, Hewett and McLeod I a success with* fLawtey1! a8j)C.t t, Givens Walker is ask-
the Carlisle Military In the first visiting church. Miss Joan :, ing all members to please cooperate -
I i jnning Loyless': ,were, the only batters! who '
ii. School j hit a grand slam home run were able to get a single for !
I is presently employed by the to put Jacksonville ahead 4-0 Starke._ companied by the choir. i. grand success. Dinner will LBS.
I Seaboard Railroad. '1 I Captains for the Youth be served at the church. SI
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'. i i, Mr. and; Mrs. Fred Cannon' AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

I ,I CHURCH( .: I'\| mg accessories.beaufitul white Her corsage orchid.j: and Miss Charlotte Cannon Schedule Revival I 964-2600 I

; ... I was a j spent Saturday in Live Oak. \ Ij
I The couple will reside on They accompanied Julia Hing- :For Next Week -j l li DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD
(Off 301 Back of Farmer's Market) Riverside Avenue in Jackson- I FRESH GREEN .
j I' son home. She has been visiting ; Witt C. Jones Registered Funeral) Director
t .. I viIlea16AAAAAAAA.aA1Ah4AAA. '. relatives for several days. t.-I Sfarke Fla. 3g
Everyone is cordially ink ,
MT., and .,Mrs. L.. J,. ,Swan ,. PEANUTS 2 Ik c
ed:: to attend revival services RENTAL SERVICES
Starting Monday
July |3J1 OJi 1 spent several days in Orlando.
last week. ,i i at, the Heilbronn Baptist Hospital= t Beds_ ,. Wheel Chairs, Crutches f .
FARM 1 1f i:'"/ --- -
: STATE ]Ir. and Mrs: B; >F. Mayton |' Church j beginning. Sunday,:.- Ar -
SERVICES NIGHTLY lit>F of Gainesville were guests ;i July 29, through Saturday ; -
f 7 Days --6 A. M. to 10 P. M.
By Mrs. E. F. Mayton Sunday.,of _Rev, and Mrs. ,E. i f August, 4. : -1'A That's Our Business"If Open
Starting With Song Services at 7:30 PM F .M yton and. family | Prayer. will "be at. 70 1 : O.with r It"
"If It's
I A M>i, "Buf rd Mitchell attended ;,! singing tartin't at 745.:: followed j -
and Mrs Bob' Caddell I the, weekend\ session of ...] by inspiring messages" "" ''L CALL WRITE or VISIT
Rev. Donald E. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon' the',School of"Miss{ons of the by evangelist.; Rev. Truett' I GLASS NEED:

..' Bostwick, FloridaEVANGELIST. II Miss Charlotte Cannon and, Methodist ,_gh rcX 'ijda.t>;f r.mi th.,:Speciatsijigers .d ring t A sH rf CLASS CO.
; Elaine Hmgson were visitorsin Southern College in Lakeland. the revival are requested to .

C : .Fernandma last week. I Mrs. C. H. Janes Jr. and son i contact D. R., Redding. ,upon. J] INC.
Melvin Hingson has returned : spent Monday with Irs. Jan- k arrival. (NOT ) WE STOCK COMPUTE LINE OF'&OCERIES i

a ;; home after several days e's parents, Rey. and Mrs. Get-acQuainted basket din "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co. QUANTITY RIGHTS. .. RESERVED
: illness in the hospital in Lake Mayton and family. ner for Rev. Smith will also G LISS We Deign: Modern Store Fronts -

Butler. Miss Harriett Mayton is, be enjoyed: Sunday July 29. Just Mail Us A Pattern For 607 Brownlee < Phone '969-1093
EVERYONE INVITED Tommy McLendon. spent visiting relatives in Gainesville ;I at 1 p.m. at the rear of the Table Tops .
last week with relatives in St. ] this week. e I church. 131.1: ; N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville. .Fla. Phone FR2-4353 r .
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possibly be affected by the establishment Luther Saturday. July] 21, from Jones Accordinz to Officer Kenneth 't, there has been a wave of bad convention: is one of 48 spon- Melrose, a son, Jerome Allen, der, Starke, a daughter, Cath
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Groups Agree OnNcedForB..L V of one here, and Cooper; Memorial Chapel in Starke I Fuqua, the, Todd:woman ro checks cashed in the county in]0 0I ,i sored by the Watchtower July 18. erine Ann July 24.

had received'no protest from Services Held/ with Rev.. C. H. Rhoden officiating. was traveling north on Temple'I recent weeks; from transient'i! Bible and Tract Society of'[ Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- Mr.: and Mrs. Edward L.

any. Several in fact, endorsed Burial was in the Avenue and turned west Heft] V workers who stay here a few New York to be held throughout -{ liam Luke Starke a son, James Handenbrook, Jacksonville, a.

the application" of the Thomas .' ? family plOt at Eingsley Lake onto Brownlee. :Mrs. Stonesifer weess. jdW enough"to get to the United States and William Luke Jr., July 24. son, July 25.

group and stated they would Luther Grace. Cooper 73, Cemetery with De;Witt J. Jones was going'sOuth, headed know the names of prominent Canada this summer. I Mr. and Mrs. rsfcnneth Or7 !-

t assist in setting-up, the'institution lifetime resident. of Bradford. Funeral Home'of Starke. in home to Larg, and crashed 'persons( and then use them as Regular meetings in Starke

1 Continued Prom Page, One] o here.Household. County, died"ThUrSdaYV/morn- charge of arrangements. into the left side of the Toddcar references in cashing worth- will be resumed the week of I ,_h_

ing, at the Veterans Hospitalin with the Oldsmobile's less checks. I July 30. I '

Introduced by the Thomas 'Wages Lake City where he had No right side and front end. The bad check writer is
group. He suggested that In
been a I patient since April.. I Damages to the Todd car then gone from the vicinity FIRST METHODIST ,. .AND
the Must Be
interest of time, the Johns ReportedBy 1JREo
I talea $200 and f.tthe Olds- '
before the store owner has CHURCH DELIVER ]
group adopt the testimony as Mr. Cooper :was a veteranof Are ReportedIn )

to need, introduced by the Next Tuesday World War I, a retired farmer !- mobile $250,, ,Fwjua V stafed. time to actually check with Services for week of July 29: ME FROM .

Thomas This ,and, a, member of the Wreck Passengers. in the -Oldsmobile :o the' prominent citizen namedto /
group. was City : Sunday-Church School, 9:45:
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Families that house-
employ Baptist Church. His were Mrs. Stonesifer'sdaughter see if the reference is genuine -
agreed to by Sen. Johns. 0
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hold workers such as maid, Sheriff P. D. Reddish a.m. Morning Worship -
the.,late Lena Rowe Cooper and grandchild and [ -
In his opening statement, cooks gardeners, and baby who-'died in January of I 1961. No injuries were reported' Emma; Mae Gardiner of 513 said a.m. Snack supper for MYF
Sen. Johns said that he had when two cars collided Monday 6:30: p.m. Youth meetings 7 p. When ether sprays fail!,
He Pratt Street Starke o
sitters were reminded this was born December 3, 1888 was apassenge /
been considering the feasibility morning at the intersec- In. Evening Worship 8 p.m. TRY DRED, the most
in Bradford County the, son .-in the Mercury.All Jehovah Meetings I
week by the Gainesville Social Rev. Luis Diaz de Arce will I powerful insecticide yetI
a Savings'and Loan of the late Robert and'KateCooper. tion of Temple Avenue and 'were. treatedBradford,
. institution for several Security office that July : :Cancelled During bring the message at both ser- ?-l I iG discovered yet SAFE.
years ., Brownlee:Street, according to County'Hospital and released. ,1 1 Builds on invisible! shield
' and was convinced that it 31 is the deadline 'for filing the Starke Police Department I ConventionRegular vices. S C to keep bugs out of youi
Survivors include daughter -
No.3 will
would fulfill a need that is quarterly reports with the district but damage to the autos totaled Wednesday-Circle / home.:
not now being met in the o Mrs., Bernice, Thomas of Merchants Are meet at the home of Mrs. Drew V ::;'
$450.Betty .
meetings at the / '
director Internal Rev-
of .
Brooker; two step-daughters, J Reddish 10 a.m. Prayer meet
Starke trade area. Smith Todd. 22, of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's _
V Mrs. Ollie King ofn.
i enue. Meade Alerted To Bad ing, 7:30 p.m.ThursdayChanel.
As another criteria for organization I Florida and Mrs.. Edna Williams St rke. was charged with failure -' Witnesses at 122 E. Washington choir rehearsal KILLS

the applicantsmust Bradenton to hiive her vehicle under Street will be cancelledthis
Masons To Meet of ; two stepsons Check Artists 7:30: p.m. _
show that a local association Elbert Jenkins 'of Tampa control\ and placed under., a week as the Starke mem-
: 29 is Fifth Sunday and
can be established with- I ; bond of,$52.50 when she turned bers will be attending a district July
and Carl Jenkins of Orlando
Starke masons ,have a called the special offering will be sent 1 IMMUNEI
out undue injury to'properly meeting set for Monday r a brother Robert Cooper her 1946 Mercury left into( A warning was issued to convention in Orlando, to the Florida Methodist Chil- V

conducted existing local thrift night at 8 p.m. at Bradford of Starke, and! a sister, the path! of a 1956 Oldsmobile 'Bradford County merchants, according to F. E. Shenehon I I dren's Home.Recent VI V

and home-financing institu; Lodge number 35 to confer a Mrs. Viola! Wiliiams, Starke, driven by Mollie Leonard especially service ,station and presiding minister of the local
tions. store against congregation.The I
) master masons ,degree upon and five grandchildren. gtonesifer; 64, of LargoFlorida. grocery operators', Births : BUGS
.The Thomas group presented candidate Herman odges.i cashing checks from peraoai Starke membership will .
Funeral services were held whom they do not know personally of than 3,000 I
ed showing that it had!i The Worshipful Master requests .. be part more
written every Savings and that all past masters I to be of good charaC- assembled for the three-day 'I Bradford County Hospital ,i for It when __ __ _
I V NOTICEThe ter. meeting Friday through Sun- announces the following 'I'II r.0rtle1dea'V
Loan Association that might attend. I are
,o Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County Bradford County Sheriff's day, July 27-29, at the Orlando -i births: !

i will meet on August 7, 1962, at 10:00: A. 31. for the pur Department announced that Municipal Auditorium. The !j Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Can- Moiufacturid by Florida'" Pert Control

pose of hearing requests and complaints regarding the Amended i I wa, Starke a daughter, Elena I 6'' Chemical Co.

Budget for the Fine and Forfeiture Fund, for the year 1961- New Ependitures Busses: V 2,498.89 I Lou. July 18. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Phone 964-3965

NOTICE 62, and from day to day thereafter if it deems it necessary. New Buildings V ": V ,60,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bray

Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County Cash Balance V V V V V 31,604.85

I o FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND Complete? details of each separate part of the school bud-
II I I Amended Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending September SO, 1962
get summarized above are on file and are available for public ij
I I Last Year This Year \
Estimate of Receipts: inspection at the office of the County Superintendent of Public
THE LaRUE CORPORATION Assessed Valuation
Taxes 3.00 mills on
'- Instruction, at the courthouse, Starke, Florida, and will also

GENERAL OFFICE HAS TEMPORARILY I of $9,259,138.00 27777.41 be available ',for such public hearing together, with all support- I

MOVED TO THE I Racing,Monies V 10,50000 12,975:00: ing statements and information. All interested persons are 20 Words or less, one time __..______-- .95 Memorials, Resolutions ______- Sc per word

I Taxes 3.00 mills on Assessed cordially invited to participate In the public hearing and discuss U not paid in advance _____..____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words _-_ 239

BRADFORD BUILDING SUPPLY Valuation of $9,983,250.00 29,964.15Taxes the school program and budget for this county for the Keyed or Blind Ads _______,______ 1.00 Over 50 words ____-..,__._.__ 5c per word

301 EAST CALL STREET .26 mills on Assessed V. 'ensuing year."BRADFORD. Each additional word over 20 ...___ 05 Display ads In Classified _____ 1.50 per inch

I WANTED: Maid or HouseI -! FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
:DIJflhIE 964-8631 for Outstanding.Indebtedness V V 2,596.95 I H.P.,:Morgan, Secretary I keeper. 5% dais: a week at house over water. Modern con-

!IIi Fines and Forfeitures 47.QQO.OO) 48,350.00, I Kingsley Lake. Must have veniences. Sleeps 6. opened.

rHuliL' 964-5291 Other Revenue'Receipts: 1,300.00 1,000.00! .... own transportation. Call Mrs. VE II July 21 to August 4. Call after
I Moore at 533-2181. If no an- 4om. 533-2251. 2tp 7-26
1 t :: i': : I swer call 964-5791. 2t chg 7-26

-1OQ% LOANS Total Estimated Receipts$86.517.41 V : \ 94886.70' : I MORTGAGES 1I I HASTINGS MATTRESS\

Less 5 PerCent V 4328.87 4,744.34 i Mortgages available to build 1\\ Read The Classifieds! i,& UPHOLSTERY WORKS

95 Per cent of Estimated Receipts 82,248.54 90,142.36 : I new homes or remodeling.
100% Loans IF YOUR NAME IS 710 Lemon St. Palatka

Total. Estimated. Receipts. and Balances 82,248.54. 90,142.36 I! I 400 W. 9648641.Madison-Phone CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Upholstered & Refinished
REMODELING NEW ,HOMES. Levied Last Estimated'this Year 3,26)) I
(Millage 'Year 3.00 \ REBUILTNew
Estimated. .Expenses. '" FIn, 'and Forfeiture! Fund Bradford County: I RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo OFFICE FOR A FREE Innersprings
V Amended Budget for the Fiscal Year'Ending V take over Watkins Route and Box Springs

September, SO, 1962 I Open 7 Days -- 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. I in Starke. Good for up to $65 TICKET TO THE FLORI- Drop Us A Card or Call
j weekly to start. No investment. DA THEATRE.
Last Year This,Year .
I Set your own hours. Permanent -
Salary County" Prosecuting Attorney .300.00V 300.00 i I IFeed I opportunity. Full or part I Beatrice Farber___ STARKE 964-5934

Costs, Cletk Circuit Court 2,000.00Fees 3,610.25 I\ I time. Write C. R. Ruble Dept. TAKE UP PAYMENTS an electric AIRS. PEGGY SIIALLER
i' 7-4. P.O. Box NO. Memphis I
Costs HamburgerFRESH I 2447. guitar and amplifier Starke, AgentFOR
County Judge 10,000.00Constable
11,371.50'1 ,I 2, Tenn. 2tp 7-28 Dahmr's Discount House.It -- T
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Glltf I. UTY 100.00 I
V I V K.Dunean_ chg SALE- Used refrigerators -

Conviction Fees, County Prosecuting I ROUTE SALES 2 MEN AGE FOR RENT -Good concrete used washers used tele-
'.' ""- "" "' M Attorney 4,500.00 4319.64 _ V V -GROUND j: NO HANDICAP. 50 stops day. block house near school. Suit- visions. Low Down Payment.
I Each $2 commission. able small family. $50 per easy terms free Delivery. Bul-
V lington Appliances. 100 W.
'I; I Write Mr. McGarity. Box 27. month. Nancy L. Knight. 344
.: 'Other'C uttCbtajidFees ,: 1.200.0Q;- 2,500.00 V lb. i Williston, Florida. 4t chg 7-28 N. Walnut St. Starke. 2t chg.\ Call Street. Starke. Phone 964- I
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H' 1 ''i: : -:--:M ii1fen n,- p pairs' County Jail ,, 600.00V i FOR SALE: 5 HP Royal Outboard 8-2 6551. 1

u.esL clans 500.00 600.00 1 Motor; Eagle oil can. SEE THE NEW Curtis :Mathis FOR SALE- 1954 Ford Pickup' ,
..' C i I 6 ft. long walnut stereo with 6 cylinder.:: Good tires and
\ Can be seen at Red Alvarez
Salary of rvf \ : 7,500.00 I
:, 7,500.00 battery. Good condition. Ph.
: ,,' Service Station. tf chg. 14 tube AM and FM radio, 20'watt
'SalariesrDeputfes'.and,Assistants ,24,014.00 31,304.25 II stereo for only $10 down. 964-3651. Randall St. in Green

V Expenses,'6QieYttan1\.Salaries 17,320.00. 16,470.38 REDUCED INSURANCEAT RATES Dahmer's Discount House. -Acres.--. 2tp--, -7-26-
V ( It chg.
:1 Investigationst V 1,000.00! 1,809.37 i i AUTO FIRE BOAT WANTED TO RENT Small
\ I DOYLE E. CONNER FOR SALE-2 bedroom house house with 3 to 5 acres. Good
I qeinhIaiio price. on Equipment (Cars, radios, etc.) 7,626.55 (,026.55Paym'ent / INSURANCE AGENCY I near school. 394 Weldon St. garden land. Or will lease for

-;; ; of, Outstanding Indebtedness 3358.80 I 1 Phone 964-4501 Starke Mrs J.D.. Carlton. 3 to 5 years. Write Telegraph

\t ti \ -, I tfchg Phone 9646431. 2tp7-261_ ODH. :Sox &. 2tp 7-26

your size tire now! Total Appropriations '\i 77,060.55 89556.74" 'I FOR SALE- Home like new, EVINIJUDE motors and Well- FOUND 1 truck tire. Owner -
( : near Starke depot. Good termsto craft fiberglass boats. You may claim by describingand
Reserve Contingencies Sheriff 4,689.95. 289.97 ALf'PORK LINKS:- ">. --59C I desirable purchaser. Hollis can't buy better. and the,prices paying for ad. Contact J.

Reserve'for Contingencies,V County 498.04 295.65 V. Knight. _4t. _chg 8-16 are reasonable. Easy terms I T. Quigley. 2t !chg!_ __8-2
: II can be arranged. Franchised E. Bonawandt
: dealer.__ I
.. ,' Total,Budget V ;V- ; ., ;, 4M J 90,142.36 ALL MEAT 'BOLOGNA lb. I ORGANS SUPPLY. 412 E. cau St. WE DONTSell :

V This is a true_and correct copy of the Budgeti as adoptedby 49'ALL I NEW & USED PIANOS V tf_chg you we help you buy.Good .
EASY TERMS YOUR OLD WATCH will selection of new and I
the.Board. of. County. Commissioners of :Bradford. County- I
\ make the down payment on a used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
Interested Write
July 17, 1962. : II I beautiful new Bulova at
'r MEAT STEW-lb. 59C P. 0. BOX 423 bile Homes.
;; t, CARL PREVATT Chairman., I Danmers Discount LAKE GENEVA
''I or can 752-0739
Lake City Fla.
'RESOLUTIONPursuant V LEAN PORK I V tank MAN and wanted do to some build plumbing a septic 11 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
work. Call at Griffis Loop Rt. 'I. on Route 100
toj; the provisions of Section 237.12Ida 'FlOr- ; gas range for electric range. 1
100A to Joseph K Barys. Rt. tfchg
d venDOrt. Also good tape re- i; _
Statues 1952, i1 tlce.1s ipeby given that a public"hearing 1 V corder for typewriter. Mrs. 1 Box 171 B Starke. Up I II FOR RENT 3 bedroom

shall be held by the Bradford County Board of Public Instruction -; BOAST STEAK lb. 49'' Truex. Phone 964-3043. I FOR SALE- 14 ft. plywood I 1 I Home. 618 W. Madison Ave.

on Monday July SO, 1982, at the hour of 10:00: A. t, f t 3tp 7..26I I boat. cover. tilt trailer. Used I Call 964-2561 or apply at
the blj 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Saratoga -j 4 months $250. Phone 964- Starke Beauty Shoppe. 122 N.
County Board Meeting. of the Courthouse at I I REGULAR SIZE Heizhts.! Purchase eQuity -\.6022.MAKE. ltpj I Court St._ lIp
Florida for ,the purpose of discussing with the citizens of the
and assume VA loan. Pay-I RESERVATIONS FOR SALE In Starke 1
\ county the proposed<< school budget of said county for the fiscal II ; ments $56 mo. Or will rent.j Kindergarten Now!I Phone 964- I house and lot 8500. and 1
I 'l "H r : F AB . Contact Owner. phone
9374. Mama Priest chg
29c house and 9500. P. O.Box
8-301 acre
..' year beginning July; 1, 1962, and ending June 30, 1963, which I V 5842. tfchg I
576. Starke. 2t 7-26
budget: : I T. T. Blackburn chg
\ \ : FOR RENT One bedroom I
\ L BUDGET FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS: I trailer. Westmoreland Trailer I FOR RENT2 room furnished BE SURE to VC \.ORLD
I Private bath BOOK. before I ring any en-
Anticipated Receipts: .i VAN CAMPS No.BEARS4. 2 Park.. Phone 9645941. tfchg.
; I V and entrance. Utilities furn c loped1a. M. A, Payne fOUl
V .. 1. State Sources V ;923.8:16OQ. i I. FOR RENT- House trailer. I ished. No children or pets. local representative since 1951.
PORK cans 99c, Can be moved on your own Mrs. J. L. Simmons 407 W. Box
: ,2._ County and DtrIct'I 19 ,650oo' ''.:. V I ,. lot Phone 964-1651. J. B. I Washington St. tf chg. 603. Ph. 964-3794. tfc'n-
:Total anticipated'Rfeceipts1( I :., ,, 1,119,466.00 : V White. Itchg V Apartments I NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
FOR Furnished
: Cash Balances Beginning of year, V 83,340.00: 3LB.CAN FOR SALE- 26" boys bicycle I'' 1-& 2 bedrooms,I Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
137 East Washington St. Up residential section east of
Investments ; lights and water. Contact -
75,488.00: we pay
: Southside School on Colley Rd.
VEGETOLE; SHORTENING 59C FOR SALE 431 Center St. or Bullington -
V 'I r i
Billy Jackson, Central

CUSHION. $$14 95 Total PROPOSED Available't Cash and Receipts.' V ,, 'V. V V 1,273,294.' i V With 5.00 Food OrderPETMILkcans Ready block piers mix concrete fence posts, concrete sand :! 964-6551 Appliances.Night Phone Day -Truck Lines. _tf chg-

EXPENDITURES: : V chg FOR SALE string musical
mortar rock steel.
cement mix. <
t 1] General Control{ 28.640.00: sa. FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, instruments and ottier items.
: 'DRE 39c oyster shell, Umer k, and roof :, Contact J. T. Quigley.
on one acre lot in city. Reas-
;. Instruction m272.oo' V
V V gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg onable. Heat attic fan. All _2t chg 8-2
PlusTaxandOId .. I -
; 3.: OperationoHan't ((68,000.00 Bradford Engineering Co. j tiled -floors. 1515 Geiger Road. FOR SALES arte near

.t... 750x14TIrefrOmSYOUrcJZV' 4.1 Maintenance. ,. V ] V ooooo6: 'r '.. STERLING. SALT -'lb. box 9C McGRIFF TRADING 'iIART,: tfch! school furnished by'io bedroom

5.AUXWary.S es 82.8 O.00' 130 N. Court St We buy and i, FOR SALE-Lake Front Insulated and
r V used furniture Lots. Santa Fe and Lake strioped. Write Box
sell good appliances.
; -
6.,Fixed Charges : : I 334. Mount Fla.
: .f' 18, o:00' An- Dora. 2tp 8-2 V
value. Lockloosa.
Nylon I Tubeless e, Non-skid designS or anything/ of Terms. Guy
7. Capital Outlay I 23,000.00 Jim Grits If you care to buy new Gen- drcvi. ohohe 9646811. tfche KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Black sidewall Wide, flat tread : 8. 'Debt Service J .1p. 51,724.00SJUXLOd; : VV !Dandy kQA. eral Electric appliances you COLONIAL FLORIST
.5 19c
will $50 to over 200. No AUCTION:
: Iipsei
9. Transfers V Only F, T.D.Florist In Starke.
Utoimum warranty on fiulf Cushion Rayon Tlra-12 months. : :. .. Cabin ,Home'IMelV. over- rIce fixing at McGriff's. Sat., July 28, 16:30 A. M.
Cult! Cushion Nylon. Tits-IS months minimum warranty. -t-, We have other new aDDlianc- Flowers wired any place.Flow- Property of George LaRue
I at,slightly hightr pric*. Total ? Expenditures": I es Just as good or better for ers for all occasions locally. :
"L147.79LOO phone-office 4692 home 4325
; ,
V less lIp :
monev. Phone 964-6291.508 East Nb&a
: V
Reserves-Investments Balances r -- '- RED TOMATOES c 12Y2c Keystone Heights.Valuable .
130,503.00 corncr. -
.AMAZING GULF GUARANTEEK. >' "' *.. FOR RENT: New. spacious. St. tfchg
; unfurnished apartments- Good commercial-zoned lot surrounded -
tor my reason (iicept for malicious, willful\ intenhoNl. odaUe "&filtllt Total location. AODlv Mrs. Slade. 605 FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. by 8 main street, 128
Proposed Expenditares and Reres
( .
). irovr Cull brand tin does not Kovt stmceasle for Its tntirt 1,278,234.00 .
guaranteed minimum liiitimt. when used for Mncoinntrcut furposts, yoa tt BUDGET FOB DISTRICT I AM 8 FUNDS'$ KOUNTYKIST Alton Road Starke. tf chg 2 baths. large utility room ft. on Lawrence Blvd. (main
I irs tRtitttl to M Jdjustmtnt as follows: If till cause is detective workmont&i ; 'I t : teoarate dining room.I street) by 140
Of *.tsrist. you will receive a MW tire without-cfcirte. If till ewe, D_ -,!.' .. V CORN. Cream Style 2 29c WILL BUY- Hardwood timber screened front porch. Lot 2
: .it KV Other ruse. C Gulf will rtptv It without chirse or offer yw a V 1<"' any amount. in lakes 1126 Across street from new Keystone -
: .,.114... tire atlowifil credit for that portion of-till porchaso irictrtpreuRte4 Taxes, 43sthseaV 4 V, I ; 39,130.00, .. swamps creeks or ponds. We I' acres. West Madison. State Bank
by UM uaustd cuaranteed,n imwa life of the tin.ff1 V V V phone 964-1001. tfchg new
V : '.
,Cash Balances : I will cut and haul or you can
5,625.001Total Office
J Ii etc.
: : I i Improved with
.V I I deliver to Starke. AB.C. Timber -
: '
.., .." -- ..., Available V V A, I 44,755.00 i i1xpend1tures' Ii RICE Royal L. G.- 'lbs. 59c I Co. P.O. Box 163. Starke. 119 8. THOMPSON ST. frame store building, metal
,. t 36980.001: I i 8-9tdia PHONE 864-4155 warehouse and small PuttPuttGolf
: Jimmy Moore'sSTARKE = -" ,v' r. : o' 1 ,I I Course afl rented. A-I
Cash Balance q now
V ,7.775.00. I FOR SALE- 8-1 white clover NIGHT 864-3891 or 869-1022
; IR 1 'TIRE' :SALES m. SCHOOL 'CONSmt1tTlON BUDGET: s V I c V I seed. Baled hay and pure bred DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe location, ideal for Service Station -
V V Arums Bulls. hone 964-1651. Business Offices
Ee&pt&'h v- V ; i Wire Flowers Anywhere Grocery,
f \ -
2i5 W. Madison Ph. 964-5791 J. B. White. tfchg Drag, etc. Buy for investmentor
Cash Balance and Transfers' ';, l S,3O&74.!, '. BUCK'S GROCERY & MARKET I'Ii I' tfchg
to suit.
.;., -, State Funds: I: 5,800.00 V I I'I! FOR R.mrTrailer spaces. FOR RENT 3 room all ; Easy :
owsaiPfeedHte Sf
,'" ', .... V with oatios. Close to snooping Grfejom-Kempr-Aacticn Co.
\ V i : -_' ..-J.-JL; t _" ", _V V'I apartment.
: -x "!"' 1I...'.i V :# .:..flaItMJle'.North Of.City'Liinits U. S. 301 II I center Westmoreland Trailer To s1nge or ,Christian couple. SS7 N. Feracreek, Orlando Fla.

Totsl-AvaQabifr ,,: ...t i J' : 94103.74,I I I Park. Phone 964-5941. tf chi Phone 889.1545. tfchz GA 4-0954. Stci .-7-23

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V Bradford County Telegraph


I I chemicals in agriculture appears YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 tioc attended church Sundayand tow visited his parents Mr.:

WITH YOURCOUNTY about as simple as going were dinner guests of Rev and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Vicious Dogs

to the dealer and mak- Bayless and Mrs. C.A. Crosby over the weekend.
Hiway ,
ing the purchase.The Mr and Mrs. Otis Crawford l Guests of Rev. and Mrs.-- W. %. ,
name our growers use of Jacksonville were guests'01! A Fox this week are their Patrol Raiford wy VV, e
in asking for one of the grass- By Mrs. 0. E. Crosby her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Marian V s V V

killers mentioned is ATRAZ- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPersonals Crosby Friday evening.Mr. Fox, and their grandson, 04i
j. l lr INE or SIMAZINE. A straw- and Mrs. W. H. Brown;, Gary Fox. Security Prison V

berry grower planning to use Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyer, andMrs. t i .
Va + Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor- Mrs. Effie Miner spent the
Neta Brown attended th
1, 3-dichloropropene and 1, 2-
weekend with her son-in-law
man children of Oklawahawere
dichloropropane to kill be- birthday dinner given for Mrs Inmates of Florida's new
over night guests of his e and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
4F lonolalmus Ion g i caudatus Leah Brown in JacksonvillE State Prison in northwest Brad-
F parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frank Wells and daughters in ; 4
i would merely go to his dealer Sunday. ford County aren't'li.kely
d and Norman, Friday night. They Mrs. Jeanette Crosby and I Leesburg. .
purchase fumigant knownas to "go to the dogs"-at least
were enroute to the Smoky On Saturday Mrs. Joyce
DD to kill sting nematodes.A children of Lake Butler werEguests they won't if they know
Mountains for a ten day vaca- Futch and Miss Elizabeth Terry
of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
tobacco i
i grower thinking what's good for them.
visited their aunt, Mrs., J.:
about using old material trich- tion.Mrs. Crosby Monday afternoon. The dogs in question are ,
I t
Herkie Johnson and babyof L. Jones; in Ormond and a
loronitromethane to kill Tri- Mr. and Mrs.'Edward Norma vicious animals which patrolthe =
Cocoa were guests of her dinner ncousin, Mrs. Clara Moyer at I :' :.,
chodorus Christiei in the plant were guests of Mr. and I area between two high '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Flagler Clinic in Buhnell. p
Mrs. Gordon Jones .
bed would purchase just Chlo- Sunday.Mr. fences that surround the pri-
ropicrin to kill stubby-root Crosby Sunday. I and Mrs. Homer Steam Mrs. Mae Wells Mrs. Mar- son's,maximum security build k.
b Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez of tha Bales and Mrs. Neal Phillips a
nematodes. Tavares and Hrs- M. Hub- 'a 7t .Y
were weekend guests of their! ing.The V
bard of Winter Garden were spent Sunday at State V V '
Well all this, as 1 suggested son and daughter-in-law, Mr. dogs aaa one more reinforcement -
weekend visitors of Mr. and I Park on Talbert Island and
s'L is to remind us that when and Mrs. George Alvarez.Mr. against escaping
Mrs. T. N. Norman. Mr. andMrs. l visited Mrs. Chatten in Fort
products like simazine, DD, and Mrs. Lloyd Padgettand B. G. Eggers and childrenwere George. i. prisoners, who must also encounter O

DDT, parathion and toxapheneare children, and Mrs. Eldon also Sunday dinner guest l thick walls, steel bars, 1V ,.

released, at least six years Sapp were called to Albany, Ga. of the Normans and White. they last! Mini-Cabe alarm systems, armed guardsin : Y
G. T. Huggins research and a minimum of this weekend because of the McRae. Granny; Ice !Trap L $1.49. Reg. $2.39. towers, and two high fences _.

$1 million, or often $2 or $3 illness ttntibgftt Starke.Mr. with circles of barbed wire at
of Rudolph Sapp. He Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conne, Appliances, each other. 'Clancy," the only bulldog used to guard prisoners also has
million is invested. All this the in order to
assures has been top escape
overseas but
was sent
and son Mrs. Conner's the meanest dogs. Trainer IL D.
mother ot
and Satin begins leaping and the reputation being one
INO6ISOPROPYLAMINO us that the product can back to the hospital in Mrs. Tom Tatum from prison confinement.
Albany.We Mrs. Effie Crosby, and :Mis: I chewed holes In two galvanizedmetal
and turning in a frenzy wheneverhe I Starling said the big bulldog
be marketed and sold with son are visiting relatives
S-TRIAZINE AND 2- wish him According to their trainer,
a speedy recov- :Elaine ,
Crosby of Jacksonville at different in sees Sinclair half way I water buckets, forcing prison officials to give him a con
safety if label instructions are points Alabama -
CHLORO-4, bIsethylam-[ returned recently from H. D. Starling:. "they are good
ino" make it followed. There is probablymore ery.We to a vaca- and Mississippi. The across the yard, wanting to i tainer made of thicker metal.
] S-TRIAZINE regret report that Mr. tion to the New England! dogs, meaning that they are
possible for our sweet corn highly important infor- G. C. Lovell is ill this week. He states. younger son is spending the "good and vicious" and readyto get at the warden. Sinclair While German Shepard dogs are usually preferred becauseof

growers like Wade Gaskins, mation put into fewer wordson is a surgery patient in Gaines- Mr. and :Mrs. O. E. Crosbywere time with his grandparents; tackle any foolhardy pri says the feeling is mutual- their size Starling says, (Clancy has 'convinced all that his

Oscar Carter and Luther Hil- the label of an Insecticide ville Medical Center. We all supper guests of their. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson, soner who surmounts all the only he is willing to leave the size doesn't matter at alL The inmate trainer shown above appears -

liard to keep grass from out- bottle than on any other type pray for his recovery.Rev. daughter, Mrs. J. H. Spence, ir and Johnny uncle Devore Donny. of other hurdles between his cell dog Jake alone.and Satan are Ger- convinced by the respectful distance he Is keeping between
container. Atlantawas
growing the The and Mrs. C. A. and freedom.
young corn. Crosbyare Jacksonville
Thursday evening man shepherds, as are most of himself and the straining Clancy.
grass killing chemical is applied -! One of the little thought of: visiting their children Mr. Shower For Mrs. \tlaJn visiting his parents, Mr. Take Jake for instance.
the others.
on top of the bed at the but highly important bits of and Mrs. Jake Parish of Win- Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Devore, over. Starling considers him about
Jerry tfyrf, Mrs. Bobby the Among the other breeds
weekend.Mr. ]
came time corn is planted. information is the number of ter Garden, and Mr. and Mrs. the "best" dog the lot. :/
I Dyal, and Mrs. Wanda Griner and Mrs. Last- on I represented is Clancy, a bulldog : i i
This out of season bit of days after application and the Pete Parish of Linden this were hostesses at a lovely stork inger, son and Georgf daughterinlaw Jake achieved this distinction I who is so mean 'r!; : I I'x
amount of material that is allowed They had spent most
information is mentioned as shower when he attacked Starlingnot
Friday night for Mis Mr. and Mrs. Harry Las- that when he first arrived at j : ; : :! :
to be left the of the \
a follow-up on the material on agricul- summer with their Doris long ripping the "
Adams at the horns of: tinger and their two children ago I the prison, he would get so < ; ; ;
last week on plant nematodes.Its tural product. I grandparents.Mrs. Mrs. trainer's and shoulder. ,
Jerry Dyal. The party and neice, Miss Elaine Ben- Behest mad when a man came close r y
purpose is to remind us This is referred to as "resi- Barbara Penrose and rooms were attractively decor-. nett, all of Daytona Beachwere That's good? Well, Starling and he could not get at him
that the practice of using due'* in parts-per-million baby of Bound Brook, New Jer ated with itr'
arrangements of sum- Sunday guests of the thinks so. "I'll bear the scars I that he would go around in
i j;
sey, spent Wednesday with Mr. mer flowers. Games and to he with his tail. .
re- Darley-Bennett families. my grave, says circles, biting own ,
and Mrs.t. C. Crosby.Mr. freshments were enjoyed during Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner obvious admiration.It Finally the tail became infec- ft>,. Gft

and Mrs. Charles New- the evening. Mrs. Adams re- visited their son-in-law and seems he thought that ted and had to be amputated.But RI

Gas Genie says: man and children of Gainesville ceived many lovely gifts.LVMYTEY. daughter Mr. and Mrs. How all the dogs were trained so even today, when Clancy t r, i

attended church here Sundayand ard CUshing in Tallahassee they would at least tolerate can't get at the object of his

were dinner guests of his TYTTTT.TTYTTT.TYY' I Sunday and brought the three him, but Jake leaped on him ferocity, ne will go aroundin !i )

parents, Mr and Mrs. Lois granddaughters back for a unexpectedly one day as circles, biting where theta
Newman. visit and they are .attending Starling was feeding the dogs. used to be! .o (I..51.r
natural Mr.and Mrs. Parrish of An- Baptist Bible l School. The "favorite" of .Prison Clancy's water pail is a t +s

By Ens Blanchard Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Warden DeWitt Sinclairv who thick, meta' container fastened -' j r

c which is the tolerance in E. Warren were Mr. Warren'ssisterinlaw began the fence-dog prOgramlast firmly to the fence, in contraSt .

weight of the residue compared AAAAAAAAAAAAkAAkA AA6JU Mrs. Daisy War- fall, is Satan. They hate ; to the light galvanized

: to the product weight. The Baptist Bible School ren, and her daughter, Mrs. buckets of the other dogs.

V For example, a new product opened Monday with a total Betty Gaston and daughterof The heavy container is necessary

ETB3ON which may be used enrollment of 81. It will con- Tampa over the weekend when Jake sat down on,one of because a regular gal- S

gas next year for aphids tinue through this week only and son and daughter and the tractor seats and pointedout vanized ,pail cannot withstand A

: : I and red spider on strawberries Instead of two weeks as first Marvin Warren and his sis- to the pine seedling nur- Clancy's destructive nature :

IL MUST not have more planned. ter Mrs. Louise Appleby Sun- sery and remarked "we have and: desire to bite. ,.E1 i

than 2 PPM residue. The Methodist Sunday day ,at dinner. both hairy indigo and field peas Joe, who guards just at,the .

Now, how much is 2 parts- School picnic was held at Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Howe planted for a cover crop this left of' the front entrance, "-.., .-- ... -- :;J'-----'

: The Modem Genie That Does per-million? It can be thoughtof KIngsley Lake last Thursday.Out and children and Mrs. Joycei'utch year; I believe the' indigo will a playful Doberman.But Trainer II. D. Starling is shown petting "Bcno," one of the
as about one half mile of of town visitors were Mrs. were In Jacksonville on give us more organic material"The the play he enjoys mostis
Your Today's Job Better this area need tilting people. more obedient dogs, a German Shepard, which Starting says
total distance the moon. Its H. C. Wainwright's, sister Church business Monday af- soils in
2 Inches in 16 miles. It is Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of Ocala; ternoon.At large amounts of organic materiaL -i Rough, on the other side of i could be trained to go into a cell with a guard to bring a

..and <
? ECONOMICAL.Call i L hour in the average ,life ofa George'Summerlin and son of Grace Methodist Church important conservation practice.The .: [ooklike he is 'smiling' just listen to commands but will go for any man that comes, ',near

for person. Lake City; Mrs. R. E. Lee'smother school, 9:45: ; Worship 11 a. utilizing of plant residue I like the movie villian who them except Trainer Starling', of course, and even has ,been

us today a free estimate Thats about enough we Mrs. H. 1... Petersonof m.; Evening Worship, 8:00: p. left in cultivated fields by in-! smiles1 'even as, he stabs his attacked upon .

STARKE, NATURAL GAS know that agriculture is a big Arlington, and Mr. and In. MYP each Wednesday evening -. corporating them int the soil helpless- viclim.

industry and research is essential -I Mrs. H. C. Harley's daughter, 8:00.. ;Vacation Bible' or leaving on the surface dur- The. dogs guard the entire
and that our farmersare Mrs. A. Q. Smith and daughter School will be held Monday, ing part of the year will improve length of the two' high, 'heavy the scene. specimens. One dog reportedly -
CITY: HALL PHONE 964-1301 among our greatest scientists of Starke. August 13, through Thursdayat the condition of the sr-iL wire fences that are a .short "I had lather have a man sold for $1,000 before he

I and users of science. Clyde Wainwright of Bar- the church. The Pastor will This will conserve the moisture, distance apart and run ,par-I' bitten by a dog than have to became too to vicious for a pri-
infiltration, reduce soil shoot him," Sincair'says. vate owner keep.
be on vacation through August increase ; allel all the way around
-- -- and arrangements have losses and improve soil tilth. building. Each dog' has his Many of the dogv are actually After arriving at the prison -

been made for a minister for Wade Gaskins turns his crop- own section to guard. on commutation from the dogs go through a

services each Sunday. ;land, just as soon as he has Sinclair considers the dogsas death sentences themselves. period of training to make

I [ AREA BUSINESS i First Baptist Sunday School completed the harVest. This added insurance in main- Formerly owned by private them even more belligerent,
lot of !and to find out if they will fit
10:00: a.m.; Worship, 11:00 a. way he turns under a taining absolute maximum individuals they had become

DIRECTORYSEWING .. m.; BTU, 7:00 pm; Evening green organic material. security and 'an important ad- so vicious that their owners into the program. Several have
used the been rejected because they were
Worship 8:00.: Prayer Meet Marklee Starling junct V to the guard system. were ready to do away with,!
\ ing each Wednesday at 8:00. Districts rolling chopper to cut With their constant alertness them. not quite bad enough.
AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES &: SERVICE I I down his tobacco stalks befor and keen sense of smell, the The prison warden began 'Sinclair said he is consid
r he turns them under. Marklee ering expanding the dog pro.
VOLKSWAGEN dogs provide a super warning the project last fall by seek-
Hull's Brake Supply Sales Service Parts Johnson & Paris, Sewing Machine says when he chops, he land.doesa system for the human guards. ing out vicious dogs through gram so that the animals will
Inc.Complete better job of turning his The noise be used in other phases of
"BRAKE SPECIALISTS" they would make if veterinarians and other sources -
Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Line of Service Co. George Carter also used the they .sighted a prisoner attempting They are far from mon- prison work, such as guard
For Every Car 01,. Truck for preparing the site and In
BEEnSPlANTS chopper other areas,
i to escape would grels, however, and many are duty in
Turning a Grinding R Uaing mum FERTILIZERSInseetteides New Horns WkiteXeeeU for his strawberry patch.E. bring a squad of men running full-blooded, fine looking guarding squads of men.
While You Wait 1010 E. University Avt. -Pet Smiles F. Lindes, whose place 9

1111 S. Main GaIneS U16FR Gainesville 'We Rent Fertiliser i 4*eden' Platy Our Soil 0 Our Strength! located off the Morgan road and -
Sales & SMttea made a request for a soil \
-989 224 N. W. *th Ave. Under New Management
All conservation farm plan. Opening
B & G Motors Co. Repair On Make Soil Conservation water

!CADILLAC, OLDSMOBILE!,, FR 28471Gainesville. 815 W. Univ. Ave., Gabtcvfti I They plan to put in some pas-\\

AUTO RADIATORS F85 IIILL51AN Fla. 376-107& N-E-W-S ture their and land manage for timber the produc- Service
Dick Jones
Sales and Service
Butler's Radiator HI-FI STEREO I By Bill Haas {
I 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. tion.Foster back
Shi Smith got I

Service FR -7515 Ton- Tunes- ---- ROOFING The other day I waS dis- from his trip out west and he,

HOlt Modem Cores In Stock DODGE LANCER The Biggest Little Record cussing different types of 'cover said water is very important

Repairs All Oars Trucks SIMJCA Shop in the South" The Helzel Co. crops with Jake Fowler,.out there., The conservation ofwtfter I

National Trailer Rental Sales Parts Service HI-FI Stereo Component Dealer ROOFING nurseryman for COntainer. is becoming' more important -, Free Brake Adjustment

619 8. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville USED CARS TOO Pilot Harman Karden SHEET METAL poration of America. We were ,here. II"

FR 2-0196 Poole-Gable Motors KLH Fairchild Gajrard AIR CONDITIONING sitting in the packing 1 shed I U 0 Free Ignition Check
811 W. Union Ave Oalnec lto
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T 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville FR 2-2728 Large 1 ,
AUTO SALES & SERVICE FR 2-443 202 S. B. 4th StL Qr.DeftUk I Free Package Zinnia Seeds

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IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Automatic TransmissionsONE I DRIVE IN Check Muffler- Tail I Pipe
Authorized Sales Parti DAY SERVICEALL
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Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 OIL CHANGE
Used Can 312 N. MtlaFR Gainesville -


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115 N. Meta Gainesville! ELECTRIC MOTORS Music Store Universal Welding . $1
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YYwYyYyy1vyryyyyyyyyyyYyvyIvY1yyyvyyyyyylLAAAAAAA : Ceystoners Honored TQ Replace Sprow TTTrTTTTTTT.TTT.TTTT'- Jacksonville and Mrs. Ruby | family. I Micanopy was a recent guestat

V.7 V nipe: fi Dyal of Gainesville spent Mrs. Margaret Huffman I the home of her niece, Mr.

KEYSTQNE HIGHLIGHTS ai Special fFbc MELROSEBy Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. spent Thursday in Jackson-. and Mrs. Dock L Tison' and
J i'ff-Camp i **:Blanding o Philip' Knuth $a41J4, Principal Jack Miller and family. : ville. family. '

T-, $ ." > Mrs. Margaret Huffman has Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Cuave,
By Mary K. Schaeffer. :: r' ''' "sair'){ ". -.. ; Sirs. Alice Rothhnier'AAAALAAAAAALAA&A Mr. and Mrs Bunyon Kel- ;,
A of Keystone Heights returned after a two months'visit Mrs. Mertice Teck and sons,
group ley and Mr. and Mrs. Glis- j
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAA AAAAA LALA J residents was invited by Col. Of Keystone Heights h SCQ b bPhilip J &AAAA in Highland Park, Mich. 1 son and, daughter Pat Melanie! ,,' Mrs. Myrtle Aultman and Mrs.
--a-flea------------------- with relatives and friends. all of Mulberry visited -
Henry :J. Wolfs, commander of M-Il.S. Grads lIold20.f i spent ',l' St. Augus-i McDonald
K.II.B.H.SJB.A. Meets Harmond the 13th Forces iMr lm % of'' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
dee Mike Brannon Special group -:y > r Reunion Mrs. John C. frednksson tine. .

The Keystone HeightsBradford Eggers, Carolyn Jean Moody, t o see the final review of troopsof A. Knuth a native of school state track champion- The 19<2 graduating class Jacksonville visited her brother Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Seyer I and* family last" week.l .

High School Bus ASsociation Marguerita'Float. Charles Davis -, the men engaged in Operation Michigan: has been appointed" 'I ship teams. Knuth then went of Melrojse High School met I and sister-in-law, Mr. and and childien. of 4tlanta, Qa., -THE RIGHT POINT for tN

met at the Clay Elec- Eric Garber, Mary Ann I Alligator held at Camp Principal of Keystone Heights'! to :Ihe;.University tof' Alabama at the lake home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt. : spent the week with his parents II! way. yea writ .>P. B. i* .""4.eIct ,
Schaeffer and David Schaeffer Blanding.! School. [ for two years'whereiie was assistant : : Mr. Mrs. Edwin White-
tric on Tuesday eve'ning, July Mrs. Shellie, McKinney on Mr. and Mrs. Charley Je1l l TrlteESTlERpOK .. !:
17, and, elected officersEv: Julie and Veasy Walker, The Keystoners missed the Mr.; Knuth received his- ) ; track, coach, head:cross Co' pen Lake last Sunday to head and children Barbara Sever- I I Fountain PesuTEUS"flBAPH. -

erett R. Fox is.the'neW' pres- Nancy. Polly, and Marion review, however when a sudden -: Bachelor's degree from WesernMithigan' country; coach and} trainer. celebrate the 20th anniversary and Joey, spent two weeks in Miss Martie Chamberlin of !I ., :\ .; ": '- ....:..
forced the University.Hethan Following this, he returned !
thunder storm
ident; Herb Nelson, Vice Pres- Holl, Pat and Sue taMe, Jim of their graduation. On- Va. and New York with rela- -
to be staged early. 'attended the Universityof to Florida to St. 'Petersburg I, f i : 1
ident; Mrs. Dan Pater Secre- and Jane McMurtry.'Pam and! ceremony : ly & members: Qf theclass were Uyes and friends. Ii -
tary-Treasurer with Co- Tommy Thompson. Jimmy and They did have coffee with the :Miehig n' and later:-trans* High School for sic years and unable to. attend. ,Mrs. Moe Hagglund and
troopers in the mess hall following ferred to the 'University ,of while there I he produced four HEALTH FACTS
Chairman, Mrs. Lewis Muir. Butch Fox, "Mac and Reba Mr. McKinney barbecued children of Springfield, Mass ir .
Students who 'decide" "'at HaU, and Bob Morgan.. the review and each Florida 'where he' received. his state championship track about 40) pounds of 'chickenfor are spending six weeks with pr ; 'f .

tend Bradford High School ,Fire: Department Notes guest was presented a certi- I Masters 'degree.Former teams. From 1954-1957 he was. the guests and dinner was Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund. by

this fall and desire to ride The regular monthly) ,meeting ficate for their cooperation inassistin'g I Principal Harland A. Special Representative Sales. served outside.i The-celebrities 'Mr and Mrs. John W. Dr. H. dpollinerAccidents
troops taking part in Sprow: resigned -arJiej .thisyear man for Mand vUle It King the weekend at
the KeystOf( s Heights Bus' of the Keystone Heights! I wdere accompanied by their Strawn spent
I. the Operation Alligator. -,to accept', a position at Company of Rochester New $ '
I Hudson Canal.
call Mrs. Pater at 4376 or Volunteer Fire Department immediate families.Tlioe on '- hiippenVevry day In! spite
Mrs. 37 .was'hetd 'on July 3. 1962 with Those who enjoyed the hos- Bradford ''High School, in York "From 1957 through this \ Who attended the Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley La- i '
i ,1 .. V :, \PfD
: at of pmgat tyW;' .
several at Knuth has been .r our '
Death Party at Nelson'sSunday' thirteen' members present.Fife pitality of the "Alligator Boys"included Starke after- years past year outing.; including the principaland Coste and Arthur Barber spent
evening, July, 22.j Chief Everett POX reported S. E. McKay, a long Keystone. jlvt.cherHigh School. as Head two teachers, were: Mr. twp weeks vacationing in I they do occur( you ve'itto yulirieU

Herb Nelson, Jr!, Dianne"'Bro- the following calls for time frield of Colonel Wolfs; Krroth has been Principal of Track and Cross Country and Mrs. fihellie McKinney Highlands N.C. L.T,.. to hue a Chiropractic check-up. -
Don Pangborn and Lindsey Dyer Junior! High School at Coach in the Physical Education D. Fisk, Jr. and daughter Iki: IJoU iggf
kas, and Eris Redfearn entertained June 9:05: p.m. June 23. Roy and daughter Vf rna, of Gain .
a group of their frtends )'re a. burned: mattress;. 'Walker, members of the city" Flint Michigan and alsQ.i fV- : Department. During-that esviUe. MrsMcKinney is ,the ; Marilyn, of Birmingham Accident' |that occur today! caif preduce a 'serious ailment -

at a Beach Party at the Nelson and 2:15: p.m., June 25, Jorge council; Mrs. Sara McDonald, ed there as Athletic.,.Co ch. period of time, he has had former Miss Marie Price; Mr. Ala. are visiting his father, S
a member of the "Keystone From there he Davi- I three' conference track championship Rov D.. Fisk. 3.OT 4. muulb,: from now. -- '
home on Lake Geneva. Valldejuli-no damage. and Mrs.! -Charles ff C(; --- -
Herb Dianne, and Eric are Membership for Ray Mann Underground:" and Ray Chance son:High School, also} at Flint, and one state. track. Hawthorne;. p 5. Westbury, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crumley 'if 'you hasurari 'you should' ne%er sign a,release

all 16 years old this month- was approved. John Dickett's Charlie McGlave, Bill Beam, Michigan. Knuth has taugljt championship. team and one principal MHS:HI ,1942..&ni} of Chattanooga, Tenn. visited been examined
and Schaeffer all and coached in Florida' f9r cross country state championship Went- of liability from. -o accident. until you have ,
the occasion for the party. resignation was accepted. as George' mem- son. jchardf'of Palatka: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. t' '
,bers of the Clay County Civ sixteen years, first at Orlando team. week Chiropractor." .. -.<- ,. -.. : -,
The group enjoyed swimming, the Dickerts have moved to Q. T. Robinson, teacher; )!l'ti. wPrUV1ast : by
II Defense Unit whose wives were Senior High School tor:the The' is 58 Dock Tison and daughters -
dancing, skiing, and of course, Gainesville. I new principal Fremont Toiles, of 'Keystone! Mrs. "
trained to realign -
refreshments. Chief Fox and President also' invited. year 1941-42, From there, he years olg-married member_ Heights, teacher; :Mr. ,and Carolyn Irma and Vicki, your Chiropractor is the one properly

Guests iircluded: Harriet Muir were scheduled to at- Later, at the Officers Club, went to' Lee High School' in 1 of1 I the. Methodist'Churchward, Mrs.; W. .Zejgler and< child- recently visited Mrs. Tison's : the fran4eVOrk'pf the 'Iiud,. ana reuiovaueLv- .:. '. pr' -

Harper. Sienna Logsdon, Ber- tend a Council Meeting on Colonel Wolfs ha4 pictures\ak Jacksonville where he was Di-! has''one' 'son v living 'in JeJfer'son rpn ?f Orlando,...Jlrs.' ZeigVer sister, Mrs. A. M. Howell and sure. ,. ... .' ", -S. .' .. .....4< '"

nice Brune. Denise Szabo July 10. regarding the budget.St. en of. himself, members of 1he ector of Physical ,Education City' Missouri- -He ,will-. is the t )lIne Qot: Bikes''of family in Micanopy.Mr. '
CD unit, and their' wives and Track Coach from 1942-1 and Mrs. Jack Miller
Anne's News Ed
Cavert, Au.d Mrs.
Ba Ba
Nancy Sutton I I I'iiro1uc'edfIve t assume his duties in Keystone Johpfonj;I' I Pbone Starke 964-2881 For An Appointment
Alec Livingston, Dwight Mitchell The Women of the Church i 1947. While. 'he was'at Lee.'he. I 1zellechi14: } J1 ff Warner I I and children and Clayton Miller I '

,'rom Gardner, Bob Jackson -I will meet at 10:00: a.m. on week. Choir Practice will beheld consecutive. high, : Heights immediately Robins. Ga.. Mrs. Frizelle I of Dade City spent Tuesday -I OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M.

Tom Moore, Chuck Par- Wednesday morning of next I at; 7:45: p.m., also on Jun- -Is' ,Best' .... 4 I M;,. J.: McDonald 1 will i 1 1 be remembered as Estelle at.,Paytwa Beach. ". ''I ':..' I
Wednesday, and the Mission ..- f- Jennell pj Granfijn; Mrg. Mr Nettie Mann '...

p---- Board'will meet at 8:00: p.m., Month In History T1;6rmer* _. {tesmept" E. Coleman 'th$ former C'j, grandchildren of Jacksonville 1_ ... '..... .
the ,same evening.St. .Cox, of, Jacksonville; Miss visited: in Melrose Friday. I
Villiam'u News For' Clay Library. Of Keystone. Heights i ,Mary Robinson and her mother -1 Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth-i\ fOR., .
Our Pastor, Father Connie t'.p ;y- \ + Mrs.! Ruby Robinson, of hammer and family spent the :
The Clay County Public A-Mrs. John McDonald, fonner- in Eau Gallie ViSiting i E4'fA 4-
Dougherty, was back from his Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. ': weekend
S mntJi: Jn Gallop pf Keystone I
brary had its best? ly Mi.s'Rbeccs. Rothhammer's r's sister
vacation and said Mass at st. Jimmy 4llen and daughter, ; Mrs.
history in June during which Heights, died -tWa past:
__ William's /of Gainesville, Mr.s- AI- \ and brother-in-law Mr. and
s ___ on Sunday morn- I circulated pat :
almost 3,000 books were -weekend iu-PeevUle. T *aj.SheMs -
ing. He was on an extensive i Jen i is the: former, Miss Laura 1I I IJfogan Mrs. Eugene Easterling. and-
more than 1,700 iurvtved 'by her'hus- 1
tour of Europe during his time among ; Dr. arid Mrs.: WiljjamJerinell : children.
using the facility. LtV John- McDonald of I
away and visited all of the persons baijd of Jacksonville; l!yIr .1 Mrs. Jerry Rayburn and
The Smokey Bear Reading the U, S. Navy; 'her parents, :
and her mother. Mrs.
famous Shrines, such as Our ; Johnny Vincent, former Ifene sons
Clijb hashelped gain many Mrf": nd lIra Marshall Gallop, Gainesville :
J Florence Jackson, of -
Lady pf Lourdes, Our Lady of turner! pf Pittsburg, Pennsylvania -:
patrons and increased of Heights, and a 1
new Keystone
younger visited friends in Mel-
Fatima etc. ;. and Mr. and! Mrs-.1!
circulation but; also Marshall, also of Keystone 1
YouVouldntt\ The ladies of the Parish 'more'adults taking brother .. Cad Motes, of P.alatka: >Jrs.Motes. I rose SaturSay.
.. more"and: are ; Jeanette Miss Sharon Henderson of 1
.- were scheduled to meet at the s the f orm?r .
home of Mis. Herbert ,Nelson advantage of the 11OOry'91services 'I.1' 'Mrs.: McDonald was a former ,' .. Jacksonville; niece of Mrs. W. : ; f
: offered throughout Clay "resident of :Jacksonville .MeGanlete Addison, is visiting the Addison -
this week to discuss the business Bridge W. i

$ : : 'puy'a of the White Elephant half "The through-ani Reading all Club members is-where she attended public P'lpb! Msut ', .r 'family.Miss I II!I ., PALM
schools and JacksonvilleUni-
.Shop in Meirose.rOU. are e"\viiip rs of' the Melrose I IDupjicite Jean FredrikssQn of
are urged to gst! started if verstty. MOTEL
again reminded that you may they' are:: -not already >half grijjge Qlub. incUide, | Jacksonville visited Mr. and
sell on consignment anythingyou through- with the:' required 10 Funeral services were held in rhefollowmg: :>Irs. Mary'Cook : Mrs. James L. Price Jr. and i

Car can't l afford to give away. books to'be read. Lake C ty. .gn4<} 'MisiIva 'Hillyer, Pjrst.Dlacef I .1 I I Fully-air-conditioned "

Last week, when we were on 'Many 'new'children's books .>>l .Mrs, W. H. p'avie nd Restaurant I .*
Wall-to-wall carpeting
LIiXFTDQi duty at the. Shop, we noticed have'been added urdottnfietjonand organist. .Mr iIf.Y Btarit .. Second I ;
that ure' Mrs. Paley andMrs. LMyRENCE'S DINETTE Free TV
I furpi didn\t stayarquthi non-fiction catagories, 'and .i-. Services: Sunday School9:45a.'m. ) .placer Boyd ,I II' phones

long": Second hand fur. quite'a number of adult books Morning Worship, '. John prawn, Third Good, 'foo4 Cold Beer Swimming pool
Blindfolded niture' seems to be" in demand-. pkce Mr. W. 'I1 u-rman Hut-
that Fare rii6w or have besn'on ,lq 50 a. m. '. Trainlni Union, % OPEN SUNDAYS I II Excellent restaurant next door
Just a' hint-for what it is the on and Mrs. W. J. Grolick, I I
best selling list are now 7:00: m. Eveniaj services
I I worth. p. .Fourth place. I 11 A. M.\ To 9 p.- M. I Ir Golf course near .
i available. Included "C 1- .
CHOOSU YOUR FINANCING PLAN are 8:01 I) m. You'are invited to _
: EITHER! I I July 5'is the Feast Day of ories' Don't Count" by> Herman share family-Prayer time....iUlU Guy Catchpole has return- I r Hy. 21-Keystone Heights! Credit cards honored
i St. Christopher. On Sunday T ller: "Ship of Fool'by Kath- $: -.' f )wp"J. Ti I e4
With your eyes wide open, look 'carefully at all\ I July '29, Father 'Dougerty will erine Anne 'Porter; "Before J Training Camp at Leesburg. ,I-,'. : 'I I.j. 1250 Cleveland St. (State 60)
the facts and figures. COMPARE, financing plans : bless the 'autos of'parishoners Sleep, The Last Days of Dr. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS !..Those attending MYFT Camp| ;

just as critically as you 'compare car values. See I following the 8:30: Massst.. I Tom-' Dooley'' "Making of the CQMMUNITy CHURCH !"are Sara and Lloyd Baldwin, rIJNWANTED CLEARWATER

for yourself how an auto'loan. at this bank will save Christopher, of course being President,' 1960,", by 'T. H. V4 'Y .Billie Roberson, Larry Price,
thu' 'and the patron Saint of all trav- White,'and "Pranny-and Zooey,'" Dr. A.'c.: Holt Minister : and Helen Hall. Those attend- HAIR OFF! '

you money. I ejers.: by-J. Di; Salinger.iAn'average .Mrs. George A. CanoTa. Or-. njg Youth Assembly are,-Elsie }-
No co-maker are required (' your car !' Personate of 30 new books per week are fanist and nliect i. Jane France.Heidi-Chiap- FOREVER

.is yoyr'collateral l). | Mr.., and Mrs. Gather Queen now being'added. to the. library Richard.. Cnshman Tooth Dir. pjni, and Glenda*Nobles. Mrs., Edmund DwyerELECTROLOGIST FREE! '

Loans are made within 24 hours. i and two daughters of Orlarii s ivstem. j(Sunday bchool,-fl:45: a;; m, Russell Nobles attended the Wilt fcr I Ifcorofur* and ".wTL&Vtl.GU1UC

You establish credit in advance. i do were overnight guests oJ tyornin! Worship, .11 a. m.Youtht Woman's- Society"of Christian feting Tint mof.U from oct to eoart, tNpeceM -

may Mrs. Que !n's parents., Mr?, and Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Dortch People.. 7 pja. Pioneers. Service' Assembly in Leesburg. }J07 W. University Ave. ... appto__ byCgr.M wHQt4!
COME IN AND GET THE COMPLETE STORY! I Mrs.: EdwardJJleha! !lat week and sons Eddie' and Jerry oJ SpaL ;-;Youih WeeiC-startS'Sunday Ph. FR 2-8039 G'ville. I a -. ,
r i night Aug. 5)and extends to Keystone Hts. Ph.: 4379
The Queens were en route to '
.Chief land,"are vacationing. .. al I -
i Branchland, West Va., for a : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS the); 12th at the"Melrose Methodist -- --
White Feather Court.
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THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK I Visit with Mr. Queen's parents 1'f General' Electric TV's and COlW\rom1'l f-1WaCJJ- J Church beginning- at seven -
From West Va., they 'RadIo 'o'clock. Mrs. Anna Fay:
Bullugfon!( 'Appliances! ,
plan to go to Cleveland Ohio, Starke. schedule through Sapp, and Miss Ruth Berkel- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
MEMBER\ F.D.I.C.A June, July, and August: Sunday ; MELROSE
I for a visit with Mr. Queen's ; Major and Mrs. T. I. Hathcox -' nan have charge 'of'the,chil

Friendly Bank in A ,Friendly Community I i. various eleven brothers'and and two daughters, have 1 1i Services School, 10 a.m.::45'IiJp-: :Sunday dren. Mrs.. Bill Roberson and

sisters. Mr. Queen has recently I i Mrs.\ Nobles are counselors for
Keystone Heights, Fla. i recently returned to the .UnIted -
re-enlisted in the Air Force.BggtIng's States after a three yearstour Youth. The participantswill BUSINESS. DIRECTORY
I of duty in Japan.. Theyare '. frr E' LR! QJ5.E Jake Beach.a trip ndn to, "St.Retreat Augustine flay: .

enjoying a month's..vaca ... ..41 ,; : will be held at Juniper.-Springson -- j -
tion'at the Feather.l : ;
z 1 Barbara Jean Turner. Heba .TRINITY:: EPISCOPAL Thursday. A. banau will .FLOK1ST_ NURSERY -

_1M -_ -. Hall, Mary Anne Schaeffer ,. cI: W 4i a..l\nUt.I i : :-r BB: be night held of the\he program.last Saturday The .E'dna!, Wj1iansFLOaLST.NtJESZM! Clemens NurseryOver I t I Realtor ,'

; and Dianne Brokas enjoyed poly Days 10\. m., Uolj .
t4' other nights, wil} be guest : 600 Varitles of :Lot oa WHITE SAND I4K
t'4 dinner at the Holiday Inn in t3undays 10 a. m- Church: FLOWERS I Shrubs Tree. flouseptantsCitru
Gainesville on, Tuesday eve- School lf:45: a. 'm.' Morning nights for }l1Hch'es. The I Azalea : I. 12,259. Also lots and hornet on,
For All Occasion* ? .!Palms .
last night of Youth Week, the
:ding, July 17, the occasion Prayer: and jSermon .' [First atHfllcresl tlther lakel.Catact ,
&iW : youth will be in 'charge of all I wel.ro5: ] Phone: QR 5-2331 'Hiway 100 ,
'ing Dianne's 16th birthday. Sunday Holy-'Communionl*:6pm. I 3 Male* Eait ptKeystone' ,
servic s- Orange ,Creek Youth
y. The finished off the t ,
GIrls eve Episcopal Young Churqbn = INSURANCE Height
participating Mel I Edna .bsodate.
*re )lart *
'with .
'ning a game or two at en. i I' .-
Bowlerb. "' A Communion. rose.Dl Murrhee Insurance NURSERY stpdiAtaIeae ( JAMES O. JlcEAf HEB

Mrs. Paul Holl and her four The Rev. Lee W. Heaton. and Mrs. Louis Haines '. '' P. O. Box 163. Pb 50*4 108Keystoac

children from Pittsburg Pa.. and Mr. and Mrs. Nilo;Couret AgencyGeneral 50 4' UP U' lfht ., Fla.
are spending their-annual vacation L" of Qainesville< spent Saturday Insurance to i'.\ZJ1ea6 Special $%-00 ei ;

with Mrs. James .Steere., Landscaping )ltcrI: Available ,
at their summer. homeon METHODIST CHTJBCHvMEtEOSE Fire Casualty '
1 _____:______ ___ ___ Lake"6eneva. Bobby Tisonson_ Mr. and Allied Lines See Qut PlaaU Bejo'sYii, Bujj
Nancy O'Connor returned Rey. Kenneth W. Griffith Mrs. Dock L. Tison. is home Keystone Height 271 O. C.; Games Nursery'S. E M I ly.R f\tQr\

home on Saturday after'two ---rutu following a brief stay in the or.Jiom .. 6M-# 1 11PACKAGESTORE

weeks at Camp Weed]. :.the Sunday: Bchaol I. tf5: a.m. Alachua General Hospital in : When It Comes TO. Lie ..Froatojiertl.. Hornet

.Episcopal Church Camp in Worship 11 a. m. nain svi1le.I INSURANCEGO :and> Acreage.. t .

-' 'F : West Florida. mi'' I Mrs. Geneva Johnson of I FIRST CLASS! .1 i i'l"1.Je7.t 'I

----- Geo. E LaRue ShaughnessysPACKAGE ; Ji l tt-rPk '. I
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j Wonderful at Melrose MgrineThere's Rer. Wm. W.HtosUII,Yi*? I KEYSTP HEIGHTS PHONE 4505 i Insurance Company CLOSED. SCNpAX Winifred; H.CRAWFORD.

DaOy' MprnhirPrtifer, 7QO .. .. : ) H mOwaer s Keystone Melrpee HlfhTay
: .
a world of fun on the water awaiting at Frank Bennett's Melrose -
you -
*jn. Daily Evening Prayer; '$f Paints & Painting Aids Automobile Fire AIM
Marine. Eiber; { tie 16' ft. W,ll-ciatt which sells at $795.00 (left) or p.m. Sunday 9:30: ..m: ....! k Tel 4652 Pay 325, Nite Blue Fife PwUfe Store t Bar

the 14 ft. Wellcraft (right) which' is $495 will give" you many season's" of ;;' Holy EuehtHstf ua lit and \ ,.,P4Ufi }ITZ ;DtfftWTPAPER 4 Rt. JOO Soath fie_ ;. Real *&WLakq flr'kr

thrilling summertime living. Both "'ellcrafts are made of fiberglass., Frank 'prd Sundays each month. .; '\\Y41tL WAiLTEX .. CON-TACT .;"j MILLWORK 'f'f ., i-' ,. : .tiioitrttcip:: r
I '
fl nett's Melrose Marine\ established since 1966 can assure you that'"no one Morning Prayer on 2ndanl': 'u.. Keystone REAL ESTATE Ra.nche.a, gltneu. CtyNW
& Traverse Rods .
undersells Melrose Marine" AU outboard 4th Sunday. Litany Servicebn Custom Made Drapes -r .',- 1 J -
u 9 motor repair woric is'fully guaranteed .. ; li'f'

t by calling qRanite 5-5701 and Frank or Chuck Partfee will. of .i any 5th Sunday* fvening' : PJbjn lant Foo I ,FertilisersVard Mill work Shop C. J. Pete' O'Connor $ 740. A lr.9iuJ ft
: 5'p4.!> \\f CABINETS'"POORS ,}
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tyyvyy.yyyyyy..yy..yyy, brother-in-law.: Mr. '' Graves 'VTYYTYYYTYYYVYYYYYYYYVEVERGREEN in Gainesville, .with, ..Mr..,and. and chil&e;: -' 4P. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF file your Answer to the Complaint Notice is hereby glyen that certificate numbers and years
> FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL filed in said suit with the undersigned, under the of issuance the description of
was born'.and: raised 'here'butha.sl1ved : Mrs. Frant. Williams. > Mr. and Mrs:.:A&arilnd, 'I CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR the Clerk of the Court not later visions of Chapter 20,953, the property, and the names ia
GRAHABy in Daytona. for --almost .the -Jeffrey'Baker -. children -of ,S Mrs: BRADFORD COUNTY. I N 'than the 11th day of August of Florida, Acts of 1911, pro-I which it -was assessed are as
CHANCEKT. A.D., 196!. You are also required register with the Clerk of follows! :
20'fear!. home, in, Hampton. this Ck&ia' Warren and Dana Jean Nellie LOuise Toth, to serve a copy of your An- Circuit Court in and for Brad Certificate No. SS Year of Issuance
... Mrs. Junior Dyal and two .0 r week ate his brother'(a'nd sis of Date City; Mrs; .W: N. Plaintiff, swer upon Plaintiff or her attorneys -! ford County,' Florida, upon receipt -! I960, -
: Bicb rd Cain Airs. Inez BrfceIAALAAAAiLLAAkAAAAAL l*. -T8Custave- whose names and address I of proof of publication off I
Smith Property
? of Newberry Mr. and] Description'
children went to. Gainesville ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.,Hubert ; !
; G. Toth appear below not later this notice the fictitious name 1 19 Blk 8 SUNNY ACRES S/D.
&A1&LAaAA4k4AAAAAAAA:4LkAin : shopping and stopped in'Fairbanks Baker .and his jnpthej:! Mrs. VictorDories':; .and Vicky Defendant.NOTICE ..... than the 11th day of August-! of M &: R Motors under whichwe Name in which assessed Fannie -
A.D.. US!. Herein fail not, or ai; "engaged in business at I
t and Mrs. Botiby Jones' and OF SUIT are Crummel.All .
the' absence of our regular 'to.visit with'MrTewel';.. .Mr and' Mrs. George Gut- Mrs. Bessie Baker, all.of! Tal-:. VV ; barbecue: TO:, Gustave G. .Toth 191, Laurel Decree Pro Confesso will be 636 N. Temple Ave., Starke, of said property being in
Crawford: Junior.Dyaljmd hall and.'three'sons' of Balti- apoosa Ga. daughters enjayed'' a, : :Avenue, Livingston, New Jer- entered against you. Florida. the County of Bradford, State
correspondent, Richard i :fr&/.Mandt siIitt1i went to Mr. and, Mrs: Wilbur Hall at the home".of Mr.: and Mrs. sey DATED this 9 day of July, A. Alvin Mann. Jr., 636 N. TempleAve. of Florida.
Cain, who fc on duty with the more, Md. are visiting Mrs.Guthall's and D.. 196%, at Starke Bradford ., Starke Fla. such certificate
? ; Unless or cer
Waldo for. a short .visit with parents 'Mr.. and of DeLeon Springs visited here SxnWatrht It c/o John Derek Pan American County. Florida. Jim Rose. Route 2. Box 114-C, titicatea shall be redeemed according -
National Guard in 'Fort';Ste- and'Mrs. Carlton was given' in honor jof Mr.and Airways Boi. 2772 Beirut,. CHARLES A. DARBY Star*e. Fla.
Mr. Davis last week .with. Mr. and Mrs: .. V to law the property described
Mrs. W.' M. Reddish Mrs .. I Dated this lath day of July,
Lebanon4- of tke Circuit Court
!art. Georgia, Mrs.Irene Rat- .- Mrs. WllTtogiiain1: : !\ Clerk in such certificate ,j t
and family. K. B. Watterson: Guy anddaughter You art 1ereb .notified thata i Bradford County, FloridaBy A.D. 1S62 at Starke, Bradford will be sold to the
lilf, .and MissY. Judith Brough- Guthall is the former Miss ; iavebeen here V suit has' been :lHed againstyou I County. Florida. I certificates
I Miss PatrJcia; Roarfc is V General Electric :Jl11tei.'Ii1o i i ) 1 : MARIAN L. CROSBY. highest bidder at the COUrt
ton will: try and carry. .on' the Eiiegene' Reddish. Washers. -for a three ,weekv1itt., They by Nellie' Louise Toth. The i Deputy Clerk j,, 7-12 4t 82NOTICE .._ bouse door on the first Honda
.week-with .Miss BuUlngton Appliances
spending-tjtie naterfi .of this suit is for di- & CROUCH
I FAGAN : 1962, which
work ,ofMr.; Cain in bringing Seletta Thomas of Starke. 'Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns Starke. j leave here,Wi jiesday fpr-Ball. vprce,7.>The. suit
the'new from Graham. Mr. and'Mrs. 'F:'"fi. Davis and family Mrs. Lots' Hinson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mash: 1 ston Spa, Nfr.WIII, ; Eighth the Circuit.Judicial Court Circuit:of, Flori in and a,,I Gainesville 212 S. E. First Florida Street FOiL KM TAX>- 194.18.DEED F.S. Dated this 25 day of June,

'We, woalfi again ,Jike to say gave a dth.nerfo the employees ) and son, .Ronald. Kimbrell, er'and family expected to return ingham'Is' ".statfe>n...(with: the! for Bradford County, Florida. !i 8U that NOTICE IS Welch HEREBY the holder GIVEN of 1962.CHARLES A. DARBY ,
hellb to Wilton Starling.who Mr, and Mrs.vWJWren Johns, 1 --t. :'V '-A< 3- : ". The 'suit is entitled Nellie Lou- Clerk of Circuit Court of
'that helped him.. during this week from the following certifieates has
a vacation -: U. S. Navy. j, ise .Toth Plaintiff, .'V8. GustaveG. Bradford County, Florid
is --stationed near Fairbanks, the tobacco. season. The dinner and, Miss Redoing.all.of trip to ,New York ,1anHIennsylvahia I '. :, . 'Toth Defendant., REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO filed said certificates for a tax: 7-5 4t 7-26 *
issued thereon. The
to deed to tie
lou hereby required
: 'are
Alaska, and wish .him, a Jacksonville were Sunday -- V : .
.. tbbfc placemen: .sat rday at to visit,relativ :
speedy trip back to.hls home. guests of Mrs.- Mary.Johns.I .:"$ :I ,. .
: 'the hcmf,of.'Mrsy >avi& motIler es. Mrs. A. G. Lewis of Cali- I-\. :
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We khow he will.K. .glad to All Mr. and Mrs.'Clyde ::oillfls --; JJ" (.",.,- t' ." ,
Mrs Ida ones: rePorted I V coon, N. Y.:, who 'had spent ; "':"' .'.' .
return and also] ( eyefyone will having.r a" wonderful attended the' S .pp reunion on several weeks herewith, ,theMoshefs J-4'4''.''.);-!'... i'-.,,',.,; \' .. >- :'..' VF V
be glad, 1'4.see hlm'."aga1ii.Mr. dinner/* 'VV Sunday --BethleTiem Church made thC'trip'north-- -! ."'..!",: '" .. ."'.'. .": .-"... ,.',-,.:.' ... "', _..." "",. )',. .0'"'-' V
and Mrs. Bobby Sur- in..Baker County.St. ..,. .I.:;.',.t........ .-.7", ,. ,. <.!' ':.. '0
We hope-that!Bichard Cain with them. V of .. .. ..'t.. -- -: -_ '.. _
has 'to their Clau Mosley and family ',,'( t. f' -.: '-
TeneT returned ,
isnt.having? tootro gh>and. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown. ... :" r V ,
home in. Tampa after "L visit visit with the Otis,Brewers : : "'" -. ,'
he will.. be'backi'next:. : '-week.- and children have moved into I .
V here JOT:the past Jejr jdays. 'J and Mrs. Daisy ,Pringle on the former J; W. Bedenbaugh --T: :

Robert Cain, Misa Sylvia I'NYYTYYYVYYVYYVVTYVVflCL'AYll1LL. Sunday afternoon. house on Division 'St., until ; wv. .
Starling along with..IMCain's;: 'I Britt Rosier was .a dinner work is completed' ..'oixitnen5 .. '
Grandmother, 'Mrs. ",.( Minnie guest of .the'jDtis Brewer family house at 'the west V end of :: ii MONEYSAVERSV .

Crenshaw of Gainesville, was on Friday night. town.

'visiting. Mr. and
Jones, also their 'grandparents By visited with her uncle and children of New Port .
relatives''liere A Mr. Lee .. ...;;:....,. ." .. ..
and other' (AAAAALAAAALAk44AALMrs. aunt. and Mrs. R. E. Richey spent last weekend. j 1- : ." V ", V '

Sunday, i Hill of Green Cove aprings..week. last here with he V parents, Mr -V ::. \:'
: : Orae Ling efipay V ..... .
Mrs. A. T. Andrews and sons 1'"
is visiting rclMiyesVV'n. \ and Mrs. J. W. Home.
of' Gainesville, and' Mr. and : Mr. 'and Mrs....ClydeGriff is .

A. L. Sullivan of Ocala -
Mrs. Arnold were Wasdin of, Jacksonville Tampa.t. James Griffis V V .Highland, is, visited his sister, Mrs. Sallie : Mrs.has been visiting here ,: !t\nswers to 8 questions on car care: .';.
with '
visiting of Jacksonville who is
T. F. Brown. ,
l recovering nicely from, his re with Mrs. or-, '
'theH;':M": Wasdins Saturday. ill, Sunday afternoon. They '\<: '
,cent surgery; and loostaj* about, Mr. and Mrs.. Jerry Hansen '_/ -" 'S1to-'
'Mrs. J. E. KeeneVSr. Of Pa- also visited Mr. Griffis' mother !
: are:the parentsof
tw -tJiirds.ot Djnaacib, due I of Gainesville
latka was 'visiting her niece.Mr ,' Mrs. ''Lucinda .Griffis. &i" '
lieis Jerry Lynn HansonJr. that Shell dealers often hear
to ulcers. We hope soon' a son, f .! .
s.,. Irene Ratliff, for a short I able to,be in church again; we and his brother-in-law and ., born Wednesday, July 11, .45' ; .

while Saturday, as Mrs.. Keene really miss him" sister, .Mr. and Mrs. Everett at Alachua General Hospital *i :-
was on her way'to the meeting Bennett in Jacksonville. '
Gainesville. :
of :Middle-*
James Saunders -, -
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at Rock Church. E. F. Redding was a sun- V .
burg was ordained to the ministry Monday visitors at the Le- ...-, -. % .. '
Letevers of Jacksonville day guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John Sunday, after 'being call- land Bedenbaugh. home were' Note New Shell X-100 Premium is the
was out this ,way Sun- Lourin R dding. Mrs! Joyce -' . '--- :..-j.Sh {dealers answer thousands questions every I :
,ed as pastor of the Oak Grove Mrs. Be day with his brother;'Thomas Futch was a Tuesdayvisitor? '3 V V firstpremlUmmotorOllthatl l leaves no addi
church. We pray the Lord and wife Mr., and Mrs. Virgil : :!jgfr7iHere

Lef friend.vers. and family plus: a will be with this young man, at the. and Lourin:Mrs'Reddings.Mr. Thomas. Starling Newsome of New River. V;$ are' 8 that crop up all the time. The tiveashdeposits.1t6ghtsfourotherinter--
his work. Their daughter Jay,.
V and bless him in
:Mr. and,Mrs.-.Billie.Gay and visited Rev. and Mrs. J. 'V&it.* >?". ; V nal troubles that can shorten engine life.
Harry Taylor and others a few days ;
two children- went ,to Hawthorne E. N&man Tuesday, and VyyvNYYVVVVVVVVVVYVVVVi 'i'v\ have helped many motorists save money.
were with us .in services Sundays _
to visit his parents, Wednesday. Mrs. W. Morgan ", .,.
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Welcome, come again : :
Mr. and Mrs. 8.V O. Gay, and Mrs. J. E. Norman were ; ;
and ) at : the for i Vf f':::
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1'Ieymayqo same
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.ltr.: and -Mrs-: Junior1 Dan in LakeCitl on, Wednesday. .
Highland., V BROOKEtUAAALA44 : "
and twb children and Mr. andMrs. May Bell Norman was V on the They also ,visitexij/Mte.! Dorothy L' n. \ ,-' t!;:::;:: "

Oerwood Dortch and Herndon, ofStarke.: .
childrenof,: Hampton went to sick list Sunday and could not Rev..and MrS, J.'E.'Normanand : ., JlaltJeJ' .... : "tnr.: i that.funny noise I hear? All ance and can lead to engine damage. ::::::; '. _
be withTis. in services, we wish. '\ .1'.Wbat's .
Jacksonville sightseeing around foeedyeduvery.' We James:'attended the Sapp .&LAA&4AAA4IMr. It<, : ;, _; some noise. But be particuThat's why Shell scientists are such .Z. +
the Mayport Base :.way.MUs reunion at' Sanderson. They: ::

;Faye Dyal' .spenjt. the* roW hn h'eC'vifterl'ehe arid Bettyrttrabelo is abentV'J were; visitors in behalf.of Mrs .' and'Mrs the: J. R. Mott and II : .1 larlyxle.rl for any squeals} squeaks,,clicks, sticklers about knock. They even listen .:;:y:; \
Sunday' guests
Ricky were
night: with.. ,Mr.-: ,children.,, MaryEliz-. :Mr.. and'-Mrs.Hewitt' Brice, : V ...... .
and Mom Strickland and sister -. : '.-11.... C .
ville. -.-- threeknockfighting
fewer than
abeth'' and V Donna, Kay, in Faye 'EngianJ( "-and family. B turned rbara. and Sue, have re Mr., and Mrs. -Wilson Green r-r: ...",:li' >> .: Super Shell contain no t:::

Hampton Sunday night.. Ffcye' and,youngest,son, Henry, 'fram"'vi.itin.M1a.mlBeach of Jacksonville, were the week- ingredients :C: ., '__ _
,ReVi and Mrs George Tyson and ,Wauchula. ." ,
returned, : to-Jacksonville 'for end of Mr. and Mrs. (
V guests,
and family. 'Along with Sunday V guests of the James V_ ::::.; VV V V : .
:Mrs. Hattie Lefevers,, the Henry to-go-to--Hope Haven 'Hosiers. were Mr. landMrs. Dave Green.. They',thso;; ;At- V can I make my battery last !:: :.:}.;":;:. "__ __V
for V-- SHow
,'visited I hospital a check-up. wasa Rosier' and family' tended 'the Bigbameewedthg. ". hi.; ,..''',,, '
Burton : :
mother of Mrs.-Tyson : ? Here four : :: F
are suggestions
patient in' this, hospital a few : ( I
/'of her' sons. Thomas Palatka. '
years ago,, so was e1iedback ,Mrs. Clod Warren and .4. dealer check car'selectrical
1. Let Shell .
fevers: ,The'. Tyson's, and :Mrs. ,V.. your your
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for .the s cheek-up. do tires-wear out
granddaughter of Dade City-are on just
Battle Lefevers reside in .TYYY YYYY.Y Y.YY'HAM.prON Worn wires and I looseconnections 8Vhy
Carson also: spent apart Mind -: system
priffis' spending this week with
Gainesville. side? Most likely cause: wheels
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RaMf' -of. the afternoofiriwlth the Mrs. Sam: Smith. 4 j can drain power. 2. Always '-

)Master Colen.' Jr., Stricklands_ ,_'we. '. 4'bJg,; discussion Mr.: .and Mrs. Jack Simmons 1, J.n.. ., .1-1 out of alignment Result I : your tires drag
ts vv/Tav IArAl
of :'Gainesville is' how visiting c : w*" i" /'*w *% > A -
Iuauuaul waici lu me 1"0
on the church work. We of.I Gataesvjlle were the. Tiurs -V V '. Luuciy piup the road arid' Unbalanced
-s ,: ,, ; wear unevenly.
with his' his'grandparents. i lust !lacf.r, > Sunday ..,1Jr ..7JJ..J:_ day guests: of Mr and Mrs. N.aMxtt VV' : 3. Avoid prolonged 1 idling vvith radio
and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff. .He :
wheels also
can cause uneven
School; at ''Highland Su dayrnonnhngV V "'; .
? turned on. 4. Go driving! Long drives
will be with his grandparentsfor iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHD
'.. I '-r-3Tof..theae.were! = -- Guests of the L. 'C. Woo4'sand V wear and make your car shake or shim-
week or so. V 100 per cent members The In- .Group to'Meet V :W. E. Bigham, Jr's; over help I charge your b a t tery. '

Mrs. ..Mattie Davis had as :termediate girls..keptyie" Ban 3.Days Next"-Weefe the weekend, who were .hereto ,: __. .-_ _-_ my. That why It s a good idea to keep
guests this pastVweekMrs.Jacksonville .fromi'I. ,nero 'The- pastor then, trough The furniture ,finishing atterid the Bigham-Green :;' I Io';;: i'., ) If.' !\'r 'r V: j V -V tires balanced} and have wheel 1 alignment

C. Bearsof J ,a wonderful message based on project announced .last wedding were: :Mr.;and :Mrs. L. jhg4.frnffiVastick1n:: .& valve.] ,lifter to a .
through Monday group i' V1"k" ; checked twice
Thursday How to Come to Christ, based L. Hardee Sr., Mr. and Mrs. dealer .. ; a year.V
2 t y'cpl Shell
morning, MrS' Velina .Rhodenisville weekThumday, .August/ osyhe1"lug.Ask ? to ,
on. Matt. 'Ilr252tyAll who Ben Guest, and Mr. and Mrs J.L. .
has been re-scheduled for
of Oaih< from Friday to missed this' reallymissed% ; Whittle, Jr., and sons.Marl ", b tttoctHdvvn any unusual 1 noise. Now for ".
Monday.Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Frank three days: nest"week, Tuesday a question you :,

of Reddick SUndaya1ternoo a wonderful massifSun- .Wedensday, and Thursday David, and Rick all of Jacksonville You.may.,save yourself a big repair bill ,'. ,,,,,,,,, ,* ,IJ.

[i, and Mr. .and ,Mrs. day What evening it he" Be preached A Christ-on July 31-Aug. 2. and, Mr.Mary. and Mrs.Frances A., Abrams Mr.- V J. later on. .' Is your car giving you top performance? .

Earnest Davis North'Carolina.and sons They of ian. This was -another" wonderful Anyone to reflnish.wood interested ,in furniture learning and Mrs. Charles Perry, and ; v::-,'' ;', .-' 4* ::8 If there's any doubt in youfiraind, tty a

Durh m..
are touring Florida on their message. We. "wonder! is encouraged to attend the Mr. and Mrs. 'Reed Mattair and :.can'ijr get more mileage from tankful of today's Super Shell. It contains
how EHow
so many can five with Reeda aU of Gainesville Mr.
vacation and are spending meetings each day, from 4:30 ? Rotate all tires _
including 9
themselves all week ingredients including a preventive
week with his mother, after missIng to 3:30: p.m. at and :Mrs. :M. I. Ace and :Mrs. >>' '. J \ c. gum ,

Mrs this: Mattie Davis. all servi es on'Sunday, and halL Miss Dorothy Ross, Bradford Ira Barron of Tampa, .Mr.and ,t the spate,evexy'6,000;<) miles Drive at mod- three knock-fighters, 4'catcracked"gaso-

: prayer. meeting. _. on Wednesday. Mrs W. B Bigham Sr., Mr. V 'if' '
T i County. Home Demonstration ..- '
Miss Patricia .Thomas spent po. V > n --' ----- ----- 'erate twice \ line booster anti-icer
evening It seems a goodly Agent, will demonstrate I'and: Mrs. Charles E. Wood, speeds.-1 wes can wear as fastat a mileage an ,quick-

the weekend Roark with.1' ..JtfSas...,... :.Patricia .part<)$ .our*Dumber; have.1 lost the work, :an* widen salad'Chuck and Patty aU We.-: ; 70. mte.JV '.per hour as at 45. Avoid fast .' starting Butane, and Pentane mix for fast

; interest .in Training Union land Mr. Herbert :Miller IH of ycorneifirig
V "
bowls will be available for "
a sudden :V V' _'V
Miss Cathy Lefevers spentSunday .again. V "jackrabbit" starts, V:" V'V warm-ups.
beginner's projecti ,St. Petersburg, Mrs. M.-J. Bla-

,with Miss of Dottle Rev.Redding and- Some are probably wonder- Personals :lock, Debbie and Maury,"" and stepsTrjf.npi4o: bang tires against curbs. tfiademaiL for Shell's unique gasoline additive.CaIolme

daughter ing about the'liealth of this cor Miss Judy Littleton of Madison, A--J. .-. : does TCP do Shell unique containing TCP is covered by U.S.Patent 2819212.
Mrs.. Charles Redding.Mr :Mrs. Joel Smith and child- \jrbut: tire.pressure frequently. 6Yhat
I respondent. Well, she is up out Miss Linda Guest, Allen Guest
,- and Mrs. Hi Z. Starling of bed ren of Jacksonville] arrived ,'. P. l i is a combustion control addi.
Monday morning, after 0 and Ray ,Hammond tif, Port
have as i\lests"Mr.: and having to stay in bed about all Sunday to spend a few days Arthur, Texas )[r. and Mrs : 1 V O-io''i: reSBy'need a lutie! job every tive. The hot piston device above shows
here with her' Mr. ,
:Mrs. Jennings Starling of Mi- parents, i f t ** --
ami. They are spending their last week and' believe'me, she and Mrs. J. G. Adkins, while R. A. Guest. and Susan, Mr. and C?. gioasan is to able .
hoping stay to go, Mrs. M. J. Guest and-Xeith /I f j. '
vacation with his parents\ even if she is rather weak, andcan't Mr. Smith is at NationalGuard Flaglier of Nashville* Ga., Mr. J IjyVon'ebf Jy- the; newer models that doesn't on the left has not been neutralized
Miss 'Diane Starling is planning camp. Accompanying
go very fast; that is bet- and Mrs. Bill Brinson of .Val- 'remember with TCP. In glowing deposits --
to visit'w1th' her grand: ter than not being able to go Mrs. Smith was also a friend dosta Ga Mr. and'Mrs;'Ton : rojuirejtJBut\ any car, your engine,

mother Mrs. H. E. Starling at all. By the time she gets from Jacksonville with her my Webb;of Roanoker Ala,',"jr .. "- V that frequent l lubrication offers your'serv can ignite fuel too soon, wasting

until sometime in August.\ all of'the letters .answered she children. Visiting with the and Mrs. -iWold 'Driver, ,Hal V iii'a chance trouble before it fuel and Deposit on right has been
Also S&rUnfs is Adkins 'for the weekend last ;. i to spot power.
visiting the :
received last week, she will have! and Jane .:'Carol .of Paducah, f '
Mrs. Murry 1 "'O'Stwu.: from Miami I a bad case'of "writer's Cramp1. week ''were Mr. and'Mrs.:Cal- By. :Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Harris of costs; you a.lot of money..That's. why Shell "fireproofed" by TCP. No glow no 5 H E L L
for a couple of weeks. .vin Richard and children of ;>
Mrs. Bunnie Broughtbn and or Typewriter nerves. Ocala. Monticello, 'arid Sgt aid Mrs. '. ii Ielre g ij .'yQ bumper-to-bumper inpower loss.

Les Hardee, Jr. ofAtlanta, Ga.
:Mrs. Clarence' Prater has the THE EIGHT POINT f. Uae II0' \vitheveryShellubricatioa..
Mr. and :Mrs. James :Broome Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville ..' sp 4
sympathy of the people of war J.i .write. Cisj e ia aai and children of Vera Beach. visited .her mother, Mrs. :.. ': ; How often should I change oil?The \

Graham due thedeath .ofOlen elect ysu' fan iie ESTBftBftOOK on. vacation last' week. visited H.'O. Brown, three days lastweek. i. ""* "Vf Can b oc\h it my engine V ? Usu- 7 American Petroleum Institute recommends \\\ I t//
Graves Broughton'a hut a Pea; TELEGRAPH. here with her parents, Mr. V
brother and Mrs. Trader's an oil change 30 days in \.
b... and Mrs. Dan Johnson. andE :Mr. and MKS. :Marshall Mott 1 "..ailyit'siporeannoyingthariliarmful. every

and children of Lakeland were i t i>-reuflnocngharnpersperfonm winter, every'60 cJrtvs'during summer; .

visiting Mr. and Mn. N. C. '-.... -. ,,. ...... ', .-.. ..
E BUSINESS Mott several days last week. w.{",1'"..r'f' ., .-..._ : V V-
DIRECTORY V '.. t. V VV. ;,
: :41AE |James :Mott'returned with them I.. ... -"; ,-= 11 .. .,. V V t .
,: for'a two weeks visit. .. .....J' jl"r'" : :" '.
j ; Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Xelley '. "rJI'J> ,i-0 i 'V .

and daughters of Cincinnati, ,. V ..rr, AUTO REPAIRS SERVICE AUTO 'SERVICE ---_
IAUTQ V are'visiting Mrs. Doris 1- '

c E rl'. Garage J. B. Wright StarkeV weeks.Kelley, and family' for V two. i.i:;: : :' WHERETO GET SUPER SHELL, THE GASOLINE THAT.

_ i Atftd MLVUtDSOr WAR WOK KDiCUJS. ._ cI' .Cities Service. 'StaticsJj Mrs.:Mrs.Annette Anna Mae Lee'Stewart and' daughter and. f V CONTAINS 3 DIFFERENT NOISE FIGHTERSH.

4B TOocfc Goartatort.Pbw STAHOHLtthrieatiaa ',C.'G rd aer,,Prop.Xvay of'Lake City and Mrs Lorn- :I ,

_ ffiM' i" &all ,"vM Medsaeieal Stork Imte'Douglas,of Lake Butler vis. r I V .I', \ f'iI .

&*. Wate*i _8Urt This -. Guseral Repairs,_ AntomarkCf&i .ited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd' ClarkSunday. : 30T0DEV

-I AUTO SERVICEGftb Tronza : ': '-. .", .. r.VSfeeU'ServkcCharth; Rivers Shell Station

wI' 18-piece set Hefanu 'DI.sIaeI. iMii V Distributor
Senrie Starke Grahaa
H1 :1'''' 1:1I--1 .. 1935 ftnnfagtriq.,. J ,'- ,.a' ...J. u
rt S. Brown : jpr4hafftStarke >> ::- VV V -
"BATTIEIES tf: = <, .. -,. -Th
Iazd 09 .... SteifaaATUS V V'f
705 N. Temple .' Stark' Becky Pressley of Lake But -, ::1 t Siith.Shel1 ServiceBuck's .- Stallings Truck Stop '
.> ,, VV
dell Vaughn and daughters thisweek. ; V t 7
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TTTM- Road IenIce Auto\ TIRE I V i '

Phone 4-7frTl. 'SaI.t' '. Grocery V .. PrescottsServiceStation IV .
1 Mr. and.Mrs. J. R. Mott and .

-_4 011f. Tea a. Aar. !. V BaaiWer Sake Serrlo Starke Recap Co. ,I IPa sons, Mr. and Mrs. N. G, itott, Il' U.-S. 301(Nerth) Stark V Hiddkborff

BinStarke"Edwzd. of 'GENZSALT4x PEG r'' Z..,.." 'iizs .. -.' Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wflkcreon V :

i. ,: Cte.&jrwtoONZ and family of Lake City-Mr. : '; ,
.. 'JatlrDati i UftUIM DAI IDVIaIJOW : and' Mrs. Marshall Mott ind 4.:. Bm Reddish St re'. Baker's Shell StationV
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Service' TmII jhT:8Lyl.. family. of Lakeland, lad 1li'. V ::;-- H :'Srlqs T1 : Lake GeneraPrevatt's :

V I'IU5TOD' and Mrs. C. H. LayfieU ofGainesvffle' .. '
--I 'hog Balanehx A Akaitr V IJA LmIIs I I :
VV : enjoyedBrooklyn aup& t -
r... ,tH-.. s. B&Uer1 I. ,MCiiuidtl I'IuM .fl-21 Lake Monday:' \! iY''Garare Shell Station.V

w....i V ... 621 8. TTsJtottt 11& MIl Ml .... IWQ ilr. and Mrs. Hardee Smith. V- 'Rhiy1Eaat-SLarke': : E. Brawnlee SU'- SUrke

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