Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01249
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-VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR STARKE.. FLORIDA.. THURSDAY. ATTrt. 1C., 1QMw .WTTUft. .......-t-Q aetvf"_. -uI .

V I I Na Races Seem Set "BEST WE COULD DO"Seri.

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E Ex sf #" City Election I i Johns Disappointed

;: Action QuietCity

Na In Proposed 46-135 Plan

election remains quiet and action in all four

posts open seems set and no new candidates are in the I

wind with next Tuesday's qualifying deadline only four:

f wHS I days away. Thinks Court Will% Okay It

The election itself is only Mayor Randal Chitty to fill ;

26 days away, counting today, the position until the next r c'

S on September 11. Voter reg- city election this
September Would Like To
S Captain James Bloodworth Company B Trophy presented the company at summer istration deadline is next U. The mayor has power to Represent Clay

I .eommanding officer, is "swearing in" a new training for making the highest score of any Saturday, August 25, at noon,I appoint city officials only

recruit, Johnny Lee of Starke. National Guard company in the state of I only week nine there days were away.only 2,103 Last I' until the next immediate city- Senator Charley E. Johns said Monday he is a "lit-

At right, C\VO Albert Foster of (Company Florida In summer field training and for the voters registered in the city election tie disappointed" in the Florida Legislature's 46-135

B is holding the prized Adjutant General's regular drills during 1961. of Starke. In the only. two city council reapportionment plan.

--- Group 2 City CouncilmanCarl posts in which there is The senator said,. however, that the 46-135 plan
Hurst is still without competition, Group 3 Incum- passed by the Legislature
.p aI Company B bent Wayne Douglas is Saturday was "the best we
opposition and is still holdinghis challenged by service station could do. and I feel the federal court will okay. it."

breath. Hurst, a freshman Johns said, though, that he
?s- councilman employed by Her- owner Seeber Goodman whois preferred the 67 senator plan ed to have Clay County addedto
Rated Best making his first venture into -
cules Powder Company, is which the senate passed but his senatorial district The
city politics. Douglas is.
< seeking his !
second term on the
the council. House.He the new plan of Apportionment

In FloridaCompany The other three races remain board.Wayne's He Cash is the owner of i I 15th Senatorial district would be doubled in also said he thinks the. will be composed of
Superette at
"V-t the same as last week. Madison and Orange Streets. size and population by the addition of Clay County if three-judge federal court will I Bradford, Union, and Clay.
J. W. [Buck] Alvarez, with the give the Legislature another The three counties will makea
.r B, 748th Ord- Group 1 Incumbent Carl reapportionment plan passed by the Florida Legis
three years' service on the chance to reapportion if it district of slightly over
nance Battalion, with head- Lamar Johns is getting com- lature last week is approved by the court and ratifiedby
a Starke police force, is chal- does not approve the 46-135 38,000 population, Johns said
quarters at Camp Blanding, petion from veteran council- the voters in November. The present district -
lenging Police Chief William plan just passed. The plan is and might stop it from being
was rated the best National man Orie Wiggins, now an Bradford and Union Counties has of
x population
F. Rosser for his one year un- a to be reviewed by the court known as such a small dis
} Guard company in the entire expired term. employee of the Starke Telephone 18,449. If Clay is added, with 19,535 population, the next Monday, August 20. trict.

state for both summer field Rosser was elected chief in Company. Johns is also new district total will be just over 38,000. Johns also said he is pleas- "The people around here
training and for regular a freshman councilman
year- September, 1961 but resigned seem to like the situation,"

James ly drills Bloodworth, according to company Captain several months later when his the seeking board.his He second edged out term Wig-on State Road 228 "Usurps State's Rights" the senator stated, "And, any-

eligibility for office was way, I already represent the
commander.As gins by 13 votes for the postin
questioned due _to a legal people from Kingsley Lake
the company with the : technicality. He was reap- 1960. Wiggins is seekinghis and Keystone Heights."
highest third term on the. council. To Be 4-Laned Sen. Fraser Hits
state rating in the entire pointed several days later by Johns is the son of former The plan, which has to be
Company was warded
city clerk Carl Johns and is'' voted on in the November 6
which Adjutant was presented General's to Trophy Captain Merchants Plan secretary-treasurer of the In Baker DuvalA general election, adds eight
Starke Builders' Supply. senators and 40 representa
; Bloodworth at OrderDenouncing
First Lt. A. I summer Reseating tives and gives them largely
T. Hebert (left) and Spi Billy Dampier are field training at Ft. Stewart,

shown with the McCIamma Trophy which Company B was I Georgia. Based on a possible Edition First Graders' contract for four-laning 4.2 to the most populous areas.

awarded at summer training for having the highest percentage score of 100 points, CompanyB I Sept. RegistrationSet miles and of State Road 228 in Baker a Federal court decree ordering for! with The approximately 11 largest counties 72 percent ,

of weapons qualifications in the 748th Ordnance Bat scored 98.97 for summer: Duval counties is expected da's
legislature to reapportion itself "absolute of the state's population,
as an
to be let the Au-
talion. field training and 98.51 for during
yearly drills. The Of New Shopper August 25 gust 28 meeting of the State usurpation of state's rights," Senator Edwin Fraser of will have 66 of the 135 seats.
armory company :
Club House also won the Adjutan Road Department, according to Macclenny spoke Wednesday at the regular luncheon, That is 49 per cent, or two
Swimming Pool All children who clan to of less than a majority.
meeting the
I General's Trophy in 1958. Ralph Powers of Lake 'City, Starke Rotary. _Club.
Retail merchants of Starke, enroll as first-graders shraio Road Board member represent Sen. Fraser descrioed theFederal The same counties will have

Company. B also received feeling the. effects of last register at the Starke Ele ing this district.Powers judiciary, telling five. small counties, and would not 11 senators, or 24 per cent.

J Contracts Signed To Add McCIamma:' Trophy a warded week's retail trade push mentary School office on Fri ,said, that total coat ami. .as "three puppets of the I. be satisfied until some means Control of the Senate will be
annually by the 748th which brought shopping Lame day? August 24, between 9 a. 'Federal Judiciary, telling give could be found to effect' distribution shifted to the medium-sized
the is
Ordnance pf job expected to be
Battalion to th flies in unprecedented numbers m: and 2 pan.,:Principal P.:'T. million citizens of Florida that would favor the counties.

Country Club Facilities company with 'the- highest into the city from a Nolin announced this week. about $260,000.Road what they've got to do. I metropolitan areas. Heretofore, control of both

percentage of weapons qualifications wide area, were already lay In order for'a child to en 228 when completed, The He applauded the Legisla- Houses has largely been in

in summer field I ing plans for a similar push ter school this year, he must will form a short-cut from Mac Baker fiery senator from Clay- ture's appropriation of $:0.000to the small and medium-size
I J Contracts for construction locker rooms with showers for training. clenny to Maxville and make Counties called thecourt's
on September 18. have his sixth birthday on or a permit the State Attorney counties. Percentage wise,
of the new Starke Golf and men and women. Last B The connecting link from Highway action a blunt "You General to take per cent of Florida's popula-
31 the matter
year Company wa Most of the before December 1962. to
R Country Club house and swim- city's depart shall if you don't we
Floors will be of vinyl asbestos awarded a plaque, shown a t ment stores and some in other law requires that a birth cer 121 (former 23)) to U. S. 301. will" the U.S. Supreme Court to determine tion could elect a majority of
ming pool signed last edict, and ventured a
were tile, with rubber tile in the It is expected that many travelers the House seats and 14
top of the photo with the I lines told the Telegraph tha tificate or other acceptable whether the Federal per
week with total cost of the guess that the court would not
the locker rooms, and ceilings McClamma Trophy, for scor last week's "Package adver- proof of date of'birth be sub- coming south on U. S. courts exceed their powers cent of the state's populationcould
K be
satisfied with the
at reapPor-
projects $41,945.
will be of acoustical tile. Re- ing the second highest gradein tising" which included the mitted to the school before 301 will take this route down when they dictate to a state elect a majority of the

Contract for the club house cessed lighting fixtures will be the entire United States. ALouisiana. newspaper's regular subscribers the child can be enrolled. through Macdenny and oack in- tionment amendment passedby legislature. Senate. Under the existing ap-
was awarded to Steel BuildingCo. used throughout.The National Guard "This law I does not allowus to 301 at Maxville, rather than the Legislature last week. I portionment 13.7 per cent
Sen. Fraser
plus an additional mailing was introducedby
., Inc., in the amount of continuing on 301 through Cal- He predicted that the court I 12.3I
could elect the House and
edged Company B to make exceptions,1Nolin
pool will be of gunite company of the "Tri-County Shop- any would turn the measure down his fellow-senator and I
33715. Southland Pools of lahan.
[instead of concrete] with tile out by a slight margin. ping News" had given them said. when it comes up for review long-time friend, Sen. Char- per cent the Senate.

Jacksonville will constructthe trim. It will vary from three the strongest FridaySaturday "We hope that every beginning At present, Road 228 dead- next Monday. ley E. Johns.In Rev. A. J. Thomas Jr. was
20 by 40 ft. pool at a cost feet to eight feet 8 Traffic ends several miles southeast of on vacation this week and not
deep and will Deaths gross sales of the year pupil will get a, his preliminary remarks,
Fraser said
of 8230. there
be complete with filter system except for Christmas.The thorough physical examinetion = Macclenny near Duval Countyline. were some Sen. Johns said he preferredthe available for comment on the
Work on the pool is expected and decking equipment.: Recorded This and immunization for all Its hard-surfacing was inequities in the present aoportionment new reapportionment.
promotion ofa 67 senator plan [one to
was one formula, but said
to get underway within ten started during the Johns administration
There will
a separate circular Year In Bradford
communicable diseases before
series planned by the Re each county], but voted for
that on the whole it was good
and dirt from the but later aband-
days was
excavation -
wading pool for children. tail Trade Committee of the the opening of school," the the formula adopted last week
and that all parts of Florida Six SentencedIn
will be used as fill on oned during the Collins admin-
Construction, of the clubhouse If the present rate continues Chamber of Commerce head principal added. "We would istration had made great progress un- because it seemed the best
the club house site. before the portion in
i and pool is being finan through the remainder o fed by Charles Sawyer. like to register any pupils who Duval finished. der this system. He said the compromise that could be
Clyde Terwillegar, country County was
1 club president, said yesterdayit ced as part of a $70.000 bond this year four more persons Streets of the city were attended another school last entire state would suffer if worked out. He expressed ( Circuit Court
will die on Bradford County year, but plan to attend Starke pleasure over having Clay
is hoped to have everything issue. unusually busy on Friday as [See Map Page 4] the three or four metropolitan -
highways before Christmas. out-of-town shoppers took Elementary School this year, areas controlled both leg- County added to the 15th Senatorial
completed days. According to statistics from Nolin said. Pupils registering When completed 228 will District and said he
advantage of early sales offerings islative houses and took away
The club house will be an 93 Bradford the Florida Highway Patroleight in Starke stores. One before school opens on September form a direct route from Cecil the small counties' share of looked forward to working By Judge PattenEight

Armco prefabricated steel Youngsters HostedAt traffic deaths, or one department store said thaFriday's t .4 will be assigned to Field to Macclenny, providing a gas tax money, racing funds, with the people of that area.
structure with prepaintedwalls per month, have occurred in business a classroom and will be ready connection between the air sta and other appropriations. "It's
and roof. The steel sides this this was unpre for opening day. tion; area and IR 10 and U. S. BAKE SALEA men three of them
county already
Camp Keystone year. cedented. The combined two wrong to kill the runt to fat
and roof have been ordered 90, Powers said.Preconstruction. state prison Inmates, pleaded
No record has been kept by "Class rolls will be postedby "
day effect exceeded even the ten the litter, he declared. bake sale will be held
guilty and six
and construction is expec- Ninety-three Bradford any agency of the injuries resulting most optimistic expectations 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, and work on the Fraser said there was no Saturday morning in front of received jail

i ted to start on the club house youngsters "who wouldn't from accidents on of merchants and the committee we earnestly ask that no par $700,000 job of rebuilding U. S. doubt that big coun'y inter- the Florida Bank jponsored sentences Monday afternoonin
within 30 days. a Circuit Court hearing before
otherwise have had a chancefor county highways. and Saturday's trademade ent call the office to inquire 301 from the Clay County line ests had designs on the tax by the intermediate depart-
The new club will be 128 a vacation," to what room his child has been north to IR 10 at Baldwin is monies Judge George L. Pat
according Through last Friday, August the weekend one of the now being returned to ment of the Methodist MYF.
feet long, across the front, Juvenile Counselor Florence 10. 816 persons had been killed busiest in the city's retail I assigned to." Nolin said. First well under way. Powers said, ten.Clarence

and 40 feet deep. The main Jennings, spent last week at t from traffic accidentsthroughout trade history. I II second, third, and fifth grade but added that it may be some Chesntrt 22-year
dining and lounge area will Camp Keystone Bedford I rolls will be posted near the six to eight months before a old Negro, pleaded guilty to
be 40 by 60 ft., and a 20 by Lake. the entire state I Merchants of the city,: office; fourth grade rolls will contract can be let for the job.P assault with intent to murder

60 ft. covered porch with con- compared to 721 for the sameperiod : through the Retail Trad be at the south entrance of A He said that.survey work on and received an indeterminate
All of the
crete floor, will be on the eastside expenses last year and 38,897 Committee, expressed theirthanks building, and sixth grade rolls the route has been completed, sentence of six months to 10
were paid by Salvation
facing the swimming Army. Next year Miss had been injured compared to I to the general publi will be posted at the north entrance plans for the construction are i years. He was convicted of
pool. Also included in the for the response to last week's 40 per cent complete, and 25 attacking George Davis another
Jennings hopes to see 16(0 30,381 during the same period of the "Old Heilbronn'
Negro, on July 7.
structure will be a smaller effort. per cent of the right of way M
lounge, a large kitchen, and youngsters attend the camp. last year. Building" has been acquired. Claude Myers, also a Negro

I District Slow-Pitch Under state law Powers noted and also charged with assault
Tourney construction contracts-may with intent to murder pleaded

REGISTER NOWFor not be awarded until all right guilty and was sentencedto

of way has been acquired and I ,1 three years in the state pri

Sanford Wins Championship any structures on ;t cleared 1S son.William
away. Wims t Negro,

City ElectionAt Construction funds for the I } 4s q pleaded guilty to two counts
of breaking and entering and

City Hall On Extra considered project which one of Powers the most said urgently he was sentenced to a year's confinement
Home RunTo in the
DeadlineSATURDAY Inning needed road rebuildingjobs county Jail on
one charge and placed on 18'
in the state, are included:
months, to begin after he is
in this
AUG. 25 An extra-inning home run a walk, a single, and two sacrifice reach the finals Sanford game fight as Eau Genie went I year's budget. released, probation on the

Be ready to vote in important by centerfielder Don. Under flies. Then they went topped Starke's Garden Rest- ahead 2-0 in the first on a Cheryl SlcBae, Barbara Mas!ten, and Linda Strickland were other.
wood Saturday night gave ahead 4-3 in the fifth frameon aurant last Wednesday, single by Brooks and a home Gas Prices Two other men, Clyde Connor
three carefree downs at the circus
i j gala party sponsored bpartment
election on September Sanford the District Slow- three back-to-back singlesby and Professional Insurance of. run by left fielder Howard. Hold Firm y and Robert Sullivan
the Starke Recreation De
pitch Softball Championship Redding Mowdn, and Jacksonville 12-8 Thursday Williams got two runs in the at the USO last Thursday pleaded guilty to moonshine

11. I as they beat Eau Gallic 65. Brooks. Then Eau Gallic ad- night.! Bill Robertson of the third on two singles, an error, Gasoline prices at Starke night. This summer event was attended by the largest crowd charges but sentences on botH

It waS sudden death for ded another run in the sixth, Insurance team was the out- and several flys but Eau Gal service stations continued to of the summer at a recreation event. will not be imposed until a

Eau Gallie as Underwood the to make it 5-3. on a home run standing player Thursday lie got three more in their hold firm this past week in later date. Connor pleaded

first batter up in the eighth by catcher McCluster. night as he had four straight half of the frame to finish off the second gas war of the summer Summer Program Closes With Circuser guilty to possession of a moonshine -

I This Space Contributed frame lofted his homer high Sanford came back in the hits, two of them consecutive the local competition. Williams still and still apparatus,
into the air. Sanford took the seventh, however with two The Starke Recreation Department features of the
Weekly to Publicize I home runs. Raleigh Sanford did add one more tatty The present fight which has circus Included possession of moonshine whiskey
lead in the third inning and tallies to tie it up 5-5 on 'toe catcher, also had two homers in the sixth on three singles been in this officially closed out side shows where children and to forgery and utter

4 Community Events by I got three runs on three sin- hit, three free passes, and an and a single. but thai TM an they could] month progress past its summer program lastThursday could win prizes. ing a forgery. Sullivan admitted -
was preceded by :,
gles and two sacrifice flies as error. Then, after downingEau Eau Gallie reached the finals muster.As one night with a Circus The circus was witnessed by possession of moonshina

The CommunityState fielder Don McNeal opened Gallie on three straightfly by downing the JacksonVille the district champion :on May which brought the price I at the USO. over 125 people who enjoyedthe whiskey.

the inning with a single. balls in the top of the Beach Jaycees 9-6 Thurs- Sanford will play in the State of economy line gas down to e l The Circus consisted of over acts put on by the children Three prison inmates were

'. Bank. But Eau Gallie fought back eight. Underwood came on for day night and taking Starke's Slowpitch Softball] Tournament bottom of 2L9 cents. 25 children putting on acts who attended the Pratt also given additional Jail termsat

gamely as they scored once Sanford and ended the tour- Williams Jewelry Friday 53. in Tallahassee 'August Present price is 28.9-with such as tumbling trampoline Street Playground dozing the the hearing Monday.

in their half of the third on nament ,with his home run. The Starke team.put up a 17. regular. one cent higher. lion tamers, and downs. Otn- summer mon thL
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Donald Winters and,"sons'ofHattiesburg Christmas Dated this Sth day of August I tion, Inc., a Florida corporation, Block namely 12'00 o'clock noon on
: Kay Biggs Circle A.D. 1962 at Starke, Bradford I and John Boles were Defend-I 1 Grease gun for heavy equipment said day at the JaiL Yard of
Miss spending I Florida. I will
Model 7149 Bradford County
Bounty Florida. ants, the Final Judgment being
from Monday to, Friday with .Recent Bride, Hamburger! Fry v 5' 84t 8-30 for $2.436.70 being dated May I 1 Power take off i 1 I offer for tale and sell to the
for cash in
f.at..1f I 1 Dragline ball weight highest bidder
9. 1961. and being recorded in
Dr. and Mrs.. H-- lG. BoDinger I 3 Rollers all the right title and interest
Is Honored At Green Home Official Record Book 14?, Page Caterpillar
SALE and to
'of Roles
and family. J.iV ters 388 of the public records of Ala- 1 Rudomatic tag line Model of John in :
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 636 SR No A14254 abo\- d'binhed pioperty.
1M153 i
[!Greenville Ohio was a, weekend .Kay. Christmas, whose Members of the, Ethel Biggs that, P. D. REDDISH as sher-1 chua ment County having Florida been assigned said Judg-to 48 Track pin assembly Dated tnw 6th day of August,
iff of Bradford
.._,, -,GLADYS."'MBtYI, .'.; r, PHONE, Mt..o. *.sl r guest .of the Boilinger marriage to Bin Dockstaderwas Circle ,of ,the First Baptist I under and by virtue County of an C. L. Brice and, have Alias levied Execution I 1 pump Diesel fuel portable hand I 1962I .P. P REDDISH. Sheriff
iI issued thereon upon
Mrs. J. D. Warren .
and :
.. Writ of Execution heretofore Issued Florida.B
10, WMS 10 1962 between Bradford Count
.. -' an event of August enjoyed a hamburger I i I all of the right title and inter- that on September
*"* : and family, and Joe Brown I out of the Circuit Court of I the legal hours of sale .lean Wainwriarht
"' follow-
( of John Holes
...)Lr. was the inspiration for several supper at 6:30 Tuesday the Eighth Judicial Circuit in; eat in i S9It S-30
and Mrg. p.m. :00
Jesse JJevesome ,, BiH Haas; Sam McGarvey, spent the weekend at Paytona ing described proi'trty, to-wit: j MZ. 11:00 a.m. and : p.m.
lovely'parties recently. at the home I and for1a.chua County Flori- RlOSlou I .
of Mrs. John C. Model
have had as guestAli.and Foster 5Sai Smith,and Leon Beach. da, in that certain cau&e wherein 1 Spreader. box. ',
Mr* Stan:McCall Mrs. Bill Lovellr and Mrs. Greene. The Florida National Bank at Vo FRS-744 :
and children Carter will
attend the Soil Conservation -
Emma Badman and i
Mrs. I Gainesville, 1 Steam cleaner, super solux
gave After formerly Florida
p$: 'Ompano Beach from Saturday Charles Blalock : a bridal the supper; a program BANK BROKEN
Meeting at the Robert Debbie, Caufman were visiting Bank at Gainesville, was Plaintiff -' (minus motor)
.to Monday; Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville!Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tmscott.at shower for Miss Christmas entitled "A New and Living I|I and John Boles Construc- 1 Diesel Caterpillar Pulley

JQ. Sanders of Valdosta, Ga. on from-Phtfrsday to Saturday. Beach over the 'Yek-I Tuesday night, July'31, at the Way" was presented by Mrs. I i t f- i, Corner has
Daytona Blalock home, 523 W. Euclid Myldred Cuttino The Bank at the Vagabond
)Monday; and Elaine Williams of Nelson ad. Diane ;Ritph re_ end. program i ,
..Folkston...... Ga. all this week. turned:to their home. ,.in.-Hialeah Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams Street.A f I chairman. A report .on stewardship MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN : Been Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis

Mr. and, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Monday after six ,weeks and Dr. and Mrs.. P.,, G. Felosreturned pink and white color: was given by Mrs. H. '
Airs. V*'V. Hazen. Mre. M. F.Hazen visit with*"tiieir grandparents, F Saturday from a scheme was achieved in the L. Speer, followed by a busi- OPEN HOUSE week Miss no Cady, Rt. 1, Box 366, Starke, Ha., was

Jack Hazen, Mrs.: ".A E. Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and bar and week's cruise to Jamaica, Hatri flower arrangements and dec the ness session conducted by ; the holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Cor-

'McKinney, and Everett McKinney Mrs. Floyd Green. and Nassau.Mr. orations pointed The refreshment attractively table ap-, leader Mrs. M. A. Payne. AND REGISTRATION ner's Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted! at the Vagabond -

:.will attend the -funeral of Sgt. Jack Clement ,of Little and Mrs. J. D. Doyle Comer in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing Is
with lace cloth, was centered
Mr. and Mrs, Truby L. Hazen Rock, Ark spent the weekend" ,were in Jennings, La. last week 'with, a crystal punchbowl NOTICE OF INTENTION TO August 29 and 30 held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be
.Sarasota on Friday. Mr. and with air: and Mrs. B. L. MoxleyJr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. REGISTPR FICTITIOUS NAME' holder
i surrounded by, a' ruffleof from the box containing tho stubs. The lucky
Notice drawn
Mrs. Truby Hazen were killed Prather.Mr. hereby given that the 10:00 A.M. To 2:00: 3:00 P.M. To 5:00
net interspersed with bri- undersigned, under the provin will have until Wednesday noon to claim the merchandise.
Mrs W.B. Spell and Ben,
jan. automobile accident at son and Mrs. J. B. Drennan Chapter
Key West on Sunday. of Orlando, and Mrs 'H. H. Jr. and children of Columbia, dal bells and pink florets. later Florida with, Acts pf 1941. will Laws Ieg of 'I School Begins September 4th If not claimed by then, the $5 hi merchandise wW be car

.. I Joiner of Winter Garden are of Cup cakes, decorated with the Clerk of the Circuit.Cqt4,1 ried to the next week! and an additional $5 in merchandise
)rr. and !Mrs.. H. V.' Mooty S. C. were weekend guests : In and for Bradford over
and mints
fend sons bf Miami'were over-i veiling Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowsonat rosebuds and.nuts County' Florida, Upon Proof of COMPLETE READINESS PROGRAM OFFERED will be added. Nothing to buy. lust come m and
-night guests Tuesday of Mr. and l Haas' this week. Bedford Lake. were served.the party hours tictlttous name pf this of notice ROBBDS'the register. You don't have to be present at drawing

Mrs. Harry :Mooty. ,Mark Crawford was visitinghis Mrs E. C. Morris and daughter During DEPARTMENT which STORE under Play -- Music -- Rhythm -- Art
guests were given index we are
uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs. engaged in busi-
*.:i Alike Wells completed, his Sue of Pompano Beach are which they wrote their ness, at 111 E. Call St.. tarke, ; BIBLE STORIES VAGABOND CORNEROpen
Barney in Lake City visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark CHARACTER
Eagte; Scout requirements in last week. i favorite recipe. These were North Of Florida Inc
time and, accompanied! the' this) week then given to the honoree. Winter thur Harris, 114 Central'Ave.' .-, 204 N. Thompson St. Starke all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon
of futWEales. Mrs. Jra'Wells and Airs A. L. Stephen Denmark returned t Haven. Florida owner
grroup' Pictures were.also taken dur- II I
.. Hill and children of Atlanta Thursday from a month at I --
enjoyed weekend
a camping trip ing the evening and given to .
Mo North Carolina with Scoutm.ldter'DavM Ga. were Saturday to Monday Camp Cloudmont Valley Head, [{ r". :''t i
[visitors of Mr. and.Mrs. Barney Ala. the bridetobe.The :: ;.! l}: -* ;
.,, Mcaitgx>mery-and the 1( .-. 't
hostesses presented > -4'
';Airs. Montgomery. McRae. .Sunday guests were also Mrs Clyde Sinclair and honoree with a pink, and l WORY'H'S ";
Dr. and.if rs. Barney McRae daughter. Evelyn, and Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks!Jr. and family;" of'Lake'City. I Denmark returned Tuesday white. corsage centered witha I ...4 i a r ;;
and family of Tallahassee miniature bride and groom
are I Mr, and,Mrs, A. Russell Norman from a month at Camp Chattoo- t ; : i'
<**pending next week with Mr.jind and also the vegetable bowl
eiuni Of Florida Successors to
d Sunday from ali ga. Tallulah Falls Ga. Mrs. W. t .
> Mrs. Junius Smith at memento of
china a
: tour to California Grand S. Slade] to as
dYcanyon who spent two weeksat
.&Ingsley Lake, the occasion.
: and. other points 'of :interest Waynesvttle, N. C. accompanied -
Mr. and Mrs Y. A. Harris > West Twenty-five guests enjoyed ,
i hi the ., her daughter Mrs. Sin-
Jr. and daughter, Carole, Sil- --c. .this delightful affair.
of .
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson clair, home. \
ver Spring Md. spent last weekjidth and family week Tommy Andrews was visiting t
spent the past
hs! mother, :Mrs. Harris Mrs. Bill Bridges, Mrs. StoreWE
., .. I at Reddjngton Beach. David Ingram in Tallahasseefrom ROBBINS Department
'r'rEr... and sisters, Mrs. H. L. Mathel Green, and Mrs. Vernon -
Monday to Wednesday. \
Mr., and Mrs. T. C.
Speer, Mrs Lex Green, and Mrs : Chastain Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kramer I Glisson gave a delightful -

0.. J. 1\r<'Griff Sr. and families Jr. and family are spending two spent Saturday to Tuesday lingerie shower at the

e Harold Tyus, who attendedthe weeks at Brooklyn Lake. Tallulah Falls, Ca. where they home of the former on SR 100
Dr. and
Mrs. A. J. Berry evening Aug.
: summer session at FSU, is puked' up their granddaughter. on Wednesday : : :.
home for the remainder and family left Thursday for 1, for Miss Christmas.A APPRECIATE the excellent resp onse to our opening announcement regardIng
of the three weeks vacation at .Terilyn Barry, who had spent a
pointsof and white color mo-
itmmer. I pink
month at .
.: ,fc> Mrs. Gary B.; Hildebran and I interest in Florida. Beverly Crawford Camp Chattoo of Jackson- tif was used in the party dec- the recent change in ownership. Again let us thank you for your patron.
Henry Bradley and The white lace cov-
George orations.
: ion, Danny, has been ville is spending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Baggett visiting in i Morrison:of Leesburj; spent the her grandmother, Mrs. E. L. ered refreshment table was age and the opportuinly of serving you in the futu re. New merchandise is arriving daily. Pardon our
first first of the crystal punch
: Melbourne the past month. week with Mr. Crawford.Mrs. centered with a
and Mrs. Henry G. Morrison. bowl surrounded by magnolia
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick, Miller Johns, and Coolidge center inability to serve you completely now!
Flanking the
}fr. and-Mrs. Kenneth Witt leaves.
: and children of West Florida Jr. and Tommy Gassett are holders
of Columbia. Ohio announce piece wee candle
: were weekend guests of her spending this week with rela- holders .I
I the birth of a son, Alan Lee, on were crystal candle i
: mother"Mrs.' tives in Skipperville, Ala.
; Gladys Weldon. July 19. with pink tapers- At other I ISHOESoY'

.. Mrs. Adam Green entered points of interest in the parIty Get The Children For Back To School !

.i Bradford for County Hospital on rooms were magnolia I Ready -
Sunday observation and
and driftwood ar-
4 boughs
.. '. treatment. rangements interspersed with

.." LF i iR .i her Miss cousin Marian, Miss Green Mary visited Ann florets.Several appropriate games : GIRL'S Boy's Ivy Pants $$199

Cantrell in Jacksonville the were played by the 35 guests $
first of the week. and prizes, were awarded to S $ $199 1

fA Misses Barbara Green: Sal- the winners. Priced at $2.99 and Up.

lySink, Gayle Andrews, Carol] The hostesses presented the '

: Uf" .. ... T H E :T ..1E l' -. ".. Ward, and Brenda Lewis honoree with a lovely negligee Large Group Values, To $4.95 I BOY'SVALUES TO' $?99

Yo" .t ...J fh. _.",. '.' '. "'.;;" ..-.ft'.....,._ ., ,._'-_ ... Ii- spent,tli$ weekend,pfc! Ytona .with ..caatclUng< jacket ,&8. a" 'of Sneaker ., '
oil Beach. remembrance of the occasion. .

;4 NOW PLAYING I Kay Garbett, Phyllis Haddock Miss Martha Green assisted TmNlfsii $ SPORT SHIRTS $ 49PatentsFlatsS
.. ,. Luis de Arce Jr., Don*''the hostesses in serving.Bridesmaids I

a "SAD SACK" Thompson. and Ernest Jen
L6WIS kins will leave Saturday for PartyIs

.4k jerry "DELICATE DELINQUENT" Leesburg to attend the senior Given : GIRL'S DRESSES

.I MYP Youth Assembly at the 799

.. Methodist Youth Camp for a ,At Hatcher Home $$199 3 to 6X 7 to 14
,. i
week. I
SATURDAY AUGUST: 18 I j I Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher Jr,
i Mrs. W. G. Haile returned 87% MORE WEARBOY'S
: DOUBLE FEATURE JU Saturday from a three weeks,! entertained at a bridesmaids i BIG BOY'S.. ;
luncheon Thursday of lasi!; :
: \t. OPENING TIME SATURDAY_ -* .1 .P./l\t; visit with relatives in Tampa., week at her home on E. Call a p g LEVIS $798
r. Miami and West Palm Beach. Loafers Oxfords
Street honoring Miss Kay I $$388 WESTERN JEANS
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green Christmas.The .

Fa GEROlIllIol and family were visiting Mr. dining table was,.over Slims, Regulars, and Huskies.

: r and Mrs. George Manassa in laid with ;a. white damask

'"\ ...\ Green Cove Springs Saturday cloth and centered with an

: # K t CONNOR3 RbEVIN' afternoon. arrangement of mixed summer Continuing; Our Final Clearance -- Odds And Ends Of Summer Merchandise *

... ,. Rev. John Brabham spent flowers. A small bottle of cologne -

.<< .... .IMIMaIy? ',(II{ RR'.MllattitlDolats" / last Wednesday and Thursdayin as a favor was at each !

.. Leesburg attending- the place setting. PRICES S CUT TO TIT BONE ALMOST GIVE AWAY

:. f, '* PLUS., + ing.Miss Florida MYF planning meet- Christmas After the presented luncheon her, Miss at- '

.It f' Gail Thomas of Wildwood tendents with heart-shaped
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. charms, with each of their We Must Make Room For Arrivals Of New Fall Merchandise!

<.< ..... a enu e Herbert ';Thomas and daughter names engraved on one side, .
Kathleen for several days. and the bride and groom's

s lliilHoriaire Mr. and Mrs. name and wedding date on MEN'S WORK PANTS
a1a Herbert
tlt+n w u.- ruMw I4lJS?tCOLOR' Green. and Mr. and Mrs4 Je- the reverse side. LADIES SKIRTS New Arrivals! ]

wett Fogg attended, theCred- The hostess presented the

t yes- 'HEITRE a it Union Convention in Jack- honor guest with a silver cake :VALUES TO$6.98. FEATURING Twill Heavy Weight, Boat
knife with the honoree's name
.,+ sonville last Thursday to Sunday Sail $
Full Cut $268
c and the bridegroom's name -
SUN.-MON-TUES-AUG.- 19-20-21 Dave Helfrich NAS of the Jacksonville and graved date on of the their handle.wedding en- $$149 1 $$249 fALL DRESSES Regular $3.99 Value -

was visiting Mr.
Open, Sun.S 3 ,P M. ;M n., 6 PJI. Tues., 3 PJk!I.and Mrs. BiD Graham 'and Those attending were Miss I MEN'S VALUES TO $5.98
Kay Hart, maid of honor, and
Slim -
Jima and Pedal I Pushers .
family at Kingsley Lake last

oil SWINGING! I.OYthG.! SINGING 6 BIG SCi'10 HITS! Saturday. Dixon the bridesmaids, Beverly Patterson Misses, and Pat VALUES $10.98 $61 98 to $$12' 98 Men's Ivy Pants $399
Steve Harden toTO
II. received; his Sara Woodburn. Gayle Hatchet -
$ $288
Bachelor of Science degree flower girl and Mrs. J. A. $188
Dv 1Yt <
ii .
from Murray State..College- on Christmas> mother of the PetiteJunior Missesy2 ,

.. August 10. He will be associated bride-to-be, and Mrs. B. LADIES KNIT Sizes; Up To 52 Oxfords & Loafers -
with the chemistry de- Emanuel. mother of the bride- $388

s partment, ,at U. of F.this corning groom-elect. SHIRTS & SHORTS ,
f YS Children's Shoes .
.- MrsJimmy. Chasteen and Revival; SetAt

son, J., Roy, spent Tuesday ?1.49JAMAICA
Pleasant Hope ; $
and Wednesday with Dr. and JEANS $1'I |Large Group

1 tI, its Mrs. Argin Boggus ,at New[Methodist ChurchA ,

..r- ,Smyrna,.Mrs H.Beach.L. .Brownlee and revival is scheduled at SETS BOY'S JEANS $! "

.. Mr. and Mrs,Jimmy Chasteen Pleasant Methodist Hope New Church Congregational LADIES SHOES Vat Dye 13 3-4 Oz.
and family visited Marinelandat on
.. t i AM 1't'GfOf rN St. Augustine on Sunday. U.S. 301 north of Starke Au- Sizes .
Of Odd
gust 2031. $$1 IIo4 Group $1' .
Mrs. Sarah Barton. of At-
.. lanta. Ga.. Is visiting her sonInUv -. beginning Services next will be Monday held nightly and''!! DvSfiIRTS $J49Wn

f nd daughter. Lt. Col.
... tart arid, }"&&, B\ M.,, Hatcher,1J;. lasting angelist through R. C. Sunday. Ev- 'i Ladies Dress Group $3 Come Take Them Away - -, ,
'k Bailey ,o Wjiy-j -
y .and.family ,this.week..
j cross. Georgia win preach at'+' SUMMER STYLE HEELS .
rr..S, r Mr,and Mrs" _ion Patiayattended the services. Everyone is we- BrokenSizes-WhileTheyLast $ PANTS $2"IVY ,: i

.. ., a credit i niQn "
> I.' convention come.COKRECTIQN '
... .. iri 'Jacksonville lastThursday J I .1 ) lift' "; LADIEHOUSE Sf; .; ..' Values to $898 $299 & 399 : AND CONTINENTAL

WED-THURS -AUG. 2223UOl I to.Saturday. Donna '
ti* f I and Keith Patray DRESSES $2"
III visited relatives The Telegraph SOXLADIEIze.I
lnoorrectly'! CHILDREN
.. OPEN ,Wednesday .0, p ra T ursda ..3 4,, jn.1 in. Statesboro, Ga. while stated in last week's August 9 :- '.' FLATS SANDALS
J the'pra|! nts were away.: issue in $99
aa ad.for Ruby John'sBeauty ,
Mrs-, E.r oK. Perrjman,. is ta Shop, that Mrs. Johns Values to $5.98 $199 to 5 PAIRS $| .00
I I $299 tit
-i -
$;apUst Memorial Hospital ;was ijttcentjy appointed representative 52 :

sm rom J Jacksonville, AS. a result of _in Starke for Merle !

: Lfpaeiurijag: her' bap in a. fall Norman Cosmetics. i
inURES HijTo jit- t t her, home Monday night Actually Mrs Johns b lorg-i

t I1"DCI. Stea Notebooks, StenoItas. time representative of the comepany WORTH'S '

... .Gore-- >t Typlfii Paper Enacts, and just recently receiveda ;> OF FLORIDA .. SUCCESSORS TO ROBBINS' DEP'H'STORE
pin.for 15: year's service. The i
Ko-reet Type TypewriterRibbons
'it 'ti" Telegraph apologizes for the error -;
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3. r Donald Winters and, sons 'of Dated this 8th Block namely 12'00: o'clock noon on
ou.h Kay Christmas day of August tion, Inc., a Florida corporation
biggs CircleHamburger A.D. 1962 at Starke, Bradford I and John Boles, were Defend- 1 Grease gun for heavy equip I said day at the Jail, Yard ufRra.dford
Miss spending
Hattiesburg ? are Florida I will
County, Florida. ,, ants, the Final Judgment being ment Model 7149 County
from Monday to, Friday'with Recent Bride, Fry r "* 84t 8-30 for ,436.70, being dated May 1 Power take off offer for tale and sell to the
/ 9. 1961 and being recorded in 1 Dragline ball weight highest bidder for cash in hand
Dr. and Mrs. H, & BoDinger and interestof
Is Honored At Green Home Official Record Book 149 Page 3 Caterpillar Rollers all the right title
.. '
; and family. J. 0.- Winters Of XOTICK OF SHERIFF'S SALE 388 of the public records of Ala- 1 Rudomatic tag line Model John Boles in and to the
>{. ,!'-Jv '!" 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.'ithal'I. chua County, Florida said Judg- 636 SR Xo A14254 above described property.
.. Greenville Ohio was a,weekend P. D. REDDISH as Sheriff tnth day of August,
'f; Miss'Kay.. Christmas, whose, Members of the Ethel Biggs'Circle 1 ment having been assigned to 48 Track pin assembly Dated
+ i of the Boiliugers. of Bradford County Florida, 1 Diesel fuel portable hand 196!.
..-", GIADYS"MQjft.c, ,.PHONE. N4-0C51, euest marriage to Bin Dockstader ,of the First Baptist under and by virtue of an Alias C. L. Brice and Alias Execution I, P P REDDISH Sheriff
--- f issued thereon have levied pump ,
t,' J >'--. .. l Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren was 11.1event of August 10, WMS enjoyed a hamburger Writ of Execution heretofore Issued I: all of the right title and ir.ter-upon ,, that on September 10. 196!. between ; Bradford County. Florida
ptl -w. and Joe Brown out of the Circuit Court of hours of sale B.Iean Wainwrisrht.g9
and,Mra. Jesse'w. om6 & Bm Haas; Sam McGarvey, and family the weekend at Daytona was the inspiration' fQr sev.- supper at 6:30: p.m." Tuesday !I the Eighth Judicial Circuit in .I est ing of described John Boles property in the, to-wit follow-: ;i j MZ. 11:00 the a.m.legal and 2:00 p.m. 4t 8-30

have, had as guests,. fi. -and Foster 1SU Smithy; and Leon spent Beach. eral lovely parties recently.Mrs. r at the home of Mrs. John C. t and, in for that Alachua certain County caufce,wherein Florida -- 1 cu Spreader box. Model R10S i
ilrtl Stan Bill Lovellr and Mrs. I Greene. The Florida National'Bank at Vo FRS-744 ;
and children Carter will attend Soil Con-
Mrs. Emma Badman and bridal Gainesville, formerly Florida 1 Steam cleaner super solux
gave'a After the
Charles Blalock !
oj.fompano Beach from Saturday servation Meeting at the Robert Debbie Caufman were visiting supper; a program r Bank at Gainesville, was Plain j (minus motor) BANK BROKENThe
,to Monday Mr. and Mrs. Hotel shower for Miss Christmas entitled "A New and Living I IWar' j tiff, and John Boles Construct i 1 Diesel Caterpillar Pulley ,
; Meyer in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs., H. B. Trescott at .
,Tuesday night July'31, at the i was presented by Mrs.i!
Jpj Sanders
of Valdosta, Ga. on to \ has
from-Thursday Saturday Daytona Beach over the. week-. [ the Vagabond Corner
Euclid Myldred Bank
Blalock home, 523 W. Cuttino at
:Monday: and Elaine Williams$ of Nelson ape Plane' .Ritph re- program ,i

-Folkston., 'Ga. all this week. turne4..to ,their .home, ,.in-Hialeah end.Dr.. and Mrs. H. H. Adams Street.A and white color chairman.ardship A report .on stew- MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN Been Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis
pink :
Mr. and, Mrs. L. O. Haze :Monday: after six ,.weeks_ and Dr. and Mrs. P.. G. Felos given by Mrs. H.
Airs. V*'V. Hazen. Mrs. M. F.Hazen. :visit with.}'their grandparents, returned r'Saturday from a' i scheme was,, achieved in the L. Speer followed' by a business OPEN HOUSE week Miss Flo Cady, Rt. 1, Box 868 Starke Fla.* was

Jack] Hazen, Mrs..A.. E. Mrs.'Carrie Ritch, and ].11'. and .week's cruise to Jamaica Hatti, flower arrangements and dec- the session conducted by I the holder of the winning ticket in the Varabond' Cor-
I leader
The attractively
'McKinney, and Everett :McKin- Mrs. Floyd Green and Nassau.Mr. orations. refreshment table ap- Mrs. M. A. Payne. AND REGISTRATIONAugust ner's Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond -
Qey-.will attend the funeral of, Sgt. Jack Clement .of Little and Mrs. J. D. Doyle I Corner in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing Is
with lace cloth, was cen-
SO*, and Mrs; Truby L. Hazen Rock Ark. spent the weekend were in Jennings, La. last week I tered a\vitla crystal punch XOTICE OF, INTENTION TO 29 and 30 held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be
iaSarasota on Friday. Mr' ,' and with Mr! and Mrs. B. L.Mbxley visiting Mr, and Mrs. R. F. REGJjlTF.RICTITlotrs XAME I the stubs. The lucky holder
bowl surrounded by, the box containing
Notice drawn from
Mrs. TrUby Hazen were killed Jr.Mrs. Prather.Mr. undersigned is hereby 'the that the 10:00: A.M. To : 3:00 P.M. To 5:00 merchandise.
of net interspersed with bri- under prpvi-< ': will have until Wednesday noon to claim the
".an automobile accident at W. B. Spell and son, Ben, and Mrs. J. B. DrennanJr. sions Chapter 20,953 Laws of
J Key West on Sunday. of Orlando and Mrs' 'H. H and children of Columbia, dal bells and pink florets. FJondfc? Acts of 1941. will School Begins September 4th If not claimed by then the $3 in merchandise will be carried -
ister With pif.cuit ,
Cup cakes decorated with' the Clerk of the .. additional $S In merchandise -
.. Joiner of Winter Garden -- the next week and an
(..,},!r. and -Mrs. H. V. Mooty] are S. C. were weekend guests of C and sons of Miami were; overnight visiting Mr., and Mrs. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. Claude-Crowsonat rosebuds. and.nuts ana mintswere i County publication Florida, upon proof of COMPLETE READINESS PROGRAM OFFERED :' will be added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and

Haas this week. Bedford Lake. : served. I fictitious\ pf this notice the You don't have to be present at drawing.
guests Tuesday of Mr. andMrs. hours name of ROBBIXS' register.
Harry Jtooty. Mark _Crawford was visiting, Mrs E. C. Morris and daughter During the party DEPAimrEXT which STORE, under Play -. Music -. Rhythm -- Art,
guests were given index cardson wft are engaged in
his uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. busi-
Sue of Pompano Beach are ness at 111 CORNEROpen
*- Mike Wells completed his wrote their St., Starke,
which they BIBLE STORIES
..". Barney McRae in Lake City visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den- CHARACTER AND
Eagle Scout
requirements in last week. favorite recipe. These were Worth Of Florida, Inc cjo! Ar-
tt.w.and., accompanied! the mark this week. then given to the honoree. t Winter thur Harris Haven.114 Central Ave., 204 N. Thompson St. Starke all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon
Mrs. Ira'Wells and Mrs. A. L. Stephen Denmark returned Florida owner.
of future I
group': .Eagles that Pictures were also taken dur- I
.AJoYM a weekend Hill and children of Atlanta, Thursday from a month at to i r
camping trip ing the evening and given I -
Mo North Carolina with Scout- Ga. were Saturday to Monday Camp Cloudmont Valley Head. bridetobe.'T'he -- < {: t: t ,
the *
... er David visitor of ) r. and} Mrs. Barney the ,1t ':\: -:"<" ,)!'
MontgomeryandMontgomery. Ala.Mrs. presented -
hostesses f"-
b lIrs. McRae.Sunday guests were also Clyde Sinclair and r WORTH'S .. ',-.,,+ 7'i ,"'" -
honoree with a pink and .".''t' ,. '
I < ... "" "
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks Dr. andJUrs.' Barney McRae daughter. Evelyn, and Joyce white corsage centered witha r ./a.'' .,!'...-.."," r ,
Jr.. and ; I
family of'Lake City. Denmark returned 'Tuesdayfrom ', --'
and *'<;.f ?ff
of and
family Tallahassee are miniature bride groom ,
Mr, and,Mrs A. Russell Norman a month at Camp Chattooga I "'
spending next week with Mr.tcand eturri and ,also the vegetable bowlto Of Florida tFl 1 Successors to .
d ,
Sunday from a Tallulah Falls, Ga. Mrs. W. t
; Mrs. Junius Smith at her china as a memento of ,
.. gs1ey Lake 15 day tour to California, Grand S. Slade, who spent two weeks occasion. I T'"':'ff;:: '

.., Canyon and: other points of :interest at Waynesville N. C., accom- the 1
Mr. and Twenty-five guests enjoyed ,
Mrs. Y.A.. ;HarriSJr. in the West, panied her daughter Mrs. Sin-

and daughter, Carole,. of Silver -.I MrTand Mrs.'W. J. Eppersonand clair, home. .this delightful affair.
Spring, )fd. spent last week -
[ family: spent the past week Tommy Andrews was visiting
with his mother Mrs. Harris Mrs. Bill Bridges, Mrs. Store
at JJeddjngton Beach. David Ingram in Tallahasseefrom
a Sr., and sisters, Mrs. 'H.. L. Mathel Green, and Mrs. Ver-
,. to
Monday Wednesday.Mr. '
and Mrs. T. C. Chastain 011
Speer, Mrs. Lex Glisson gave a delightful -
a Green, and Mrs. I and Mrs. F. H. Kramer ; non r.
A 0.: J. )'fcGriff"Sr. and families,[Jr. and family are spending two'spent Saturday to Tuesday at. lingerie shower at the +
weeks at Lake.
Brooklyn SR 100
of the former on
+ Harold Tyus, who attended Tallulah Falls, Ga. where they home
Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Barry Wednesday evening Aug.

:a home the summer for the session remainder at FSU of the is !and family left Thursday for picked Terilyn up Barry their who granddaughter had spent a' on 1, for Miss Christmas.A .' WE APPRECIATE the excellent resp onse to our opening announcement regarding -

three weeks vacation at points and white color motif
"itummer.:. pink
I of interest in Florida. month at Camp Chattooga. in the party dec- the in let thank for
used Again
: J-1 Mrs. Gary E.' Hildebran and Beverly Crawford of Jacksonville was recent change ownership. us you your patronage
Henry Bradley and George orations. The white lace cov-
on. Danny has been is spending this week with
+ Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Baggett visiting in MO Tison'of Leesburg-; spent the her grandmother, Mrs.. E. L. ered refreshment table was and the opportutnly of serving you in the futu re. New merchandise is arriving daily. Pardon our

: ..;\felboume'the past month. first first of the week with Mr. Crawford.Mrs. centered with a crystal punch
and Mrs. Henry G. Morrison. bowl surrounded by magnolia
Mr. and Mr Charles Patrick Miller Johns and Coolidge the centerpiece inability to serve you completely now!
Mr. leaves. Flanking
and-Mrs.: Kenneth Witt
: and children of West Florida Jr. and Tommy Gassett are holders
of Columbia. Ohio announcer were candle
were weekend guests of spending this week with relatives ?
: \the birth of a son, Alan Lee, on were crystal candle holders p ,
niiother;,Mrs. Gladys Weldon.. July 19. in Skipperville, Ala. with pink tapers. At other \ I

.4.. Bradford Mrs. Adam County Green Hospital entered on points ty rooms of interest were in magnolia the par- Get The Children Ready For Back To School !

Sunday for observation and
_I boughs and driftwood arrangements -
treatment. interspersed with
: Miss Marian Green visited florets. G RI 'S

.. i, her cousin. Miss Mary Ann Several appropriate games : Boy's Ivy Pants $$199

Cantrell in Jacksonville the were played by the 35 guests SHOESBOY' $
first of the week. and prizes, were awarded to S $199

a" Misses Barbara Green Sally the winners. Priced at $2.99 and Up.
,Sink, Gayle ndre'ws. Carol The hostesses presented the
Values To
Large Group $4.95
I : .. -THERT.RE- i Ward, and Brenda Lewis honoree.with a lovely negligee ....... BOY'SVALUES TO $2.99
"l '_aKH.. : spent:th. weeken).#, yfoxwi wltU .tnatc111ng #Jacket _as.,a otSneakerTENNIS .

*2 ; Beach. remembrance Miss Martha of Green the occasion assisted: T SPORT SHIRTS $|(49 '

.;. ii. NOW" PLAYING, i Kay, Luis Garbett,de Arce Phyllis Jr.,Haddock Don-''the hostesses in serving.Bridesmaids i SHOES $$199 ;

.. ,
Thompson and Ernest Jenkins
= Jerry Lewis will leave Saturday for PartyIs .II

"DELICATE' DELINQUENT" Leesburg to attend the, senior Given I : GIRL'S GIRL'S DRESSES '

AI. MYF Youth Assembly at the M 299

Methodist Youth Camp for a At Hatcher Home Patents-Flats $$199 I 3to6X-7to14

: 'SATURD week.
AUGUST 18 I Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher Jr.
Mrs. W. GHaile returned 87% MORE WEARBOY'S
entertained at a bridesmaids '
: + DOUBLE FEATURE: Saturday from three weeks
a luncheon Thursday of lat; BIG BOY'S.
: j OPENING TIME SATURAAY.1.P. .l\t visit with relatives in Tampa,. week at her home on E. Call 2 LEVIS $$298
.. Miami and West
Palm Beach.
d'w Loafers Oxfords
A Street honoring Miss Kay I $$188 WESTERN JEANS
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green Christmas.The .

s V GEROllMol and family were visiting Mr. dining table was,over-: Slims, Regulars, and Huskies

M .. J. VrM and Mrs. George Manassa in laid with ',a white damask

"'\ ..." .. Green Cove Springs Saturday cloth and centered with an

Y t tHu t CONNOR3' kiMAlA' b bs M afternoon. arrangement of mixed summer j| Continuing Our Final Clearance -- Odds And Ends Of Summer Merchandise :to

... Rev. John Brabham spent flowers. A small bottle of cologne :=

.. ........, last Wednesday and Thursdayin as a favor was at each I
w "MlNImI fliM R'......;lJttDlIiJnm t!! I
.. Leesburg attending the place setting. i .

: ':J PLUSSUN.MONTUESAUG.:. Florida MYF planning meet- Christmas After the presented luncheon her, Miss at- !' I. .

..n f' .. t : ing.Miss Gail Thomas of Wildwood tendents with heart-shaped
3 r y is visiting Mr. and Mrs. charms with each of their,I We Must Make Room For Arrivals Of New Fall Merchandise!

<.< ..... of efla earr E Herbert, Thomas and daughter names engraved on one side II
Kathleen for several days. and the bride and groom's

-. we9 rwtao Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, name and wedding date on i f I SKIRTS MEN'S WORK PANTS
r r.r ws side. LADIES I
y iii! 1 .eor >is tin W a run Green and Mr. and Mrs Je- the reverse the I New Arrivals!
The hostess presented
wett,Fogg attended, the.Cred- I
't T tlTRE.. it Union Convention in Jacksonville honor guest with a silver cake t VALUES FEATURING Twill Heavy Weight Boat
I J 1'1 J.h 1'01$6.98.
knife with the honoree's name !it
last Thursday to un- II Sail $
1 : and the bridegroom's name 1 Full Cut $268
: day.Dave and date of their wedding en- $$149$149 Regular $3.99 Value .
19-20.21 Helfrich of the Jack- graved on the handle. II fALL DRESSES
was visiting
: Open ,un., ?,f.31. Alon., 6 P.)1. Tues., 3 RM I, and Mrs. Bill Graham --and Those attending were Miss i I I MEN'S VALUES TO $5.98
Kay Hart, maid of honor, and Slim Jima and Pedal 1 Pushers -
family at ;
Kingsley Lake last

.. SWINGING! !.OVN6! SINGING; 6 BIG.SC.'IO. HITS i] Saturday. Dixon the bridesmaids, Beverly Patterson Misses and Pat I VALUES TO $10.98 $698$ to $$12' 98 Men's Ivy Pants $399
Steve Harden !
11 nJPRiS41 received, his Sara Woodburn. Gayle Hatcher

.. :Bachelor, of Science degree flower girl and Mrs. J. A.I piss to $388 SPECIAL GROUP-MEN'S
f0! IY BOY'S
from Murray State-Colleg -, on Christmas, mother of the I Petite -. Junior ... MissesVt ,

.. + August 10.' He will!) be associ- bride-to-be and Mrs. B. : LADIES KNIT Sizes Up To 52 Oxfords & Loafers f -
ated, with the chemistry department Emanuel mother of the bride- $388

a. PPeIey .at U. of P. this coming -I,groom-elect. I II SHIRTS & SHORTS

qf ,Jr year.Mrs I LADIES GIRL'S [[ Children's Shoes $ | 99
..Jimmy: Chasteen and Revival Set !

-. ,son, J., Roy spent Tuesday !1.49
At Pleasant Hope $
and Wednesday with Dr. and :: JEANS $1 Large Group

'fII Mrs. Argin Boggus ,at New[Methodist Church

.. Smyrna Mrs.. H.Beach.L. .Brownlee and A revival is scheduled at JAMAICA SETS BOY'S JEANS $! "

.. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen Pleasant Hope New Congregational LADIES SHOES
a' and family visited Marineland Methodist Church on 0 Vat Dye 13 3-4 Oz.

.. ,at Sty Augustine on Sunday' U.S. 301 north of Starke Au : Of Odd Sizes -
gust 2031. ; $$1 II99 Group $1 ,
Mrs. Sarah Barton, of At-
Services will be held
nightly -' -
BOY'S l49
.. lanta Ga.. is visiting her sor beginning next Monday and t SHIRTS
'. lid daughter. Lt. Col. I
.. lasting through Sunday. Evangelist -' Ladies Dress Come Take Them Away -
and Irsu H ,
< ,., M. Hatcher.>Jr. R. C. Group $3 i iBrokenSizesWhileTheyLast
Bailey .0, Waycross -
.and,family thjs! .week.
4 Georgia1 twill preach at SUMMER STYLE HEELS $
> :r-: ",$. t'. Mr., .ajid Mrs, 'Don_ .Patiay .the.services. Everyone is wel- 'BOY'S PANTS 2"IVY : (
... ,. attended, a. credit: union ,I
"" f' '
come. Values to $QJH $O99 & AND CONTINENTAL
venttoa hi "Jacksonville i last I Il : LADIEySj, ; 399 .
WED-THU RS-AUG. 2223UOl l Thursday to.Saturday. Donna I HOUSE DRESSES $2" :
9 +t A and Keith Patray visited relatives
.. 1 r The Telegraph incorrectly
J.+ OPEN Wednesday .ft, p, m T !ulsda.Y.3R jn.P[ in statesboro, Ga. while stated in last week's August 9 I .: ; FLATS-SANDALS CHILDRENSSOXADIE'ize.

M their, parents we awaj.. issue, in ad.for. -t- $
a t, '1 ,0114 i-i aa Ruby John'sBeauty :SUPS' i"
Mrs EIK.PerrimaL.: is InBaptis Shop. that Mrs. Johns; Values to $5.98 $| 99 tomm 5 PAIRS $1.00 :
: $299 .
,, :
wnuyr I8m \ Memorial; Hospital. was ijcecenUy: .,appointed representative 32 52 ;:

BOID J cksonvtlle. as. ,a result of _in Starke for Merle '- as-- !

,b i ir .frae tjlring her- hip in fall Norman Cosmetics. J :
LUOIIS IfqI jrt her home- Monday night Actually Mrs.Johns LJ a longtime -!,

Steno Notebooks SteM representative of the com-* ; RE
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; oc.QIt- Mt of tWKM Ftns Tyjdnr Paper. Erawtt, ,i parry and just recently received; OF FLORIDA-SUCCESSORS TO ROBBINS' I
M a pin.. for 15 year's service. The]

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THURsDAY AUG. 16, 1962

: Mrs.Honored Marion Guest CottleIs ..Miss Schmitt .j Celebrate Birthdays Miss Schmitt. -(i Miss Judy Forsyth

I L .Brlde-Elect,. Mr. and .\IM. ronald Bag- 'Is HostedAt Becomes Bride
At Linen ShowerMiss
FeteS i: At Parties. well gave a delightful surprise Coffee QPLofan Padgett
I birthday party Saturday night,

Lynda Gayle Sally Sink Moody and Miss II ,;ilss. Betty Jean Schmitt. for their Son, Donnie, and Mrs. Eoline Smith. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Forsyth

I GLADYS MOOTY PRONE: NwulI gave a whose marriage to Robert Kelly daughter. Fay! Donnie was 16 announce the marriage of theirdaughter
delightful linen shower Mon- Jimmy Rowe Mrs. T. H.
day night, July 30 at the Episcopal '4"I 7 will be !an event of Saturday '- years old on-Aug/S; and. Fay Slade, and Mrs. Foster Shi Judy Marie, to Loran
evening.. Aug 18 at 8 0.i was 14 old. 20.
years on
Parish House honor- ; Smith entertained at a love-' Padgett son of Mr. and Mrs.
i clock in".the Presbyterian The, 40 teen- gers enjoyingthe Otis Padgett, all of Starke. Themarriage
ing the former Miss Margaret ly coffee on Wednesday morning
church, was feted at several occasion/with'the honbrees
I took June 24 at
Douglas.An i of last week at the home
y attractive pink and white delightful: parties. in the .past were servedice cream ,.nd of the latter on W. Madison 5:30 o'clock in'1 Folkston, Ga.

color motif was used in dec- week. birthday cake at the Bigwell Street honoring Miss Betty The newlyweds are residingat

I II I i orating. The refreshment table ,- The\hosie of Mrs. Paul home the early part '6f"the Jean Schmitt brideelect.Mrs. 2330 E University Ave.

as : was covered with a pink linen Bridges; 303 Monroe Street evening and then attended Slade greeted guestsas Gainesville, where Mr. Padgettis

cloth and centered with an was the setting for .a lovely Teen Time at the USO. The they arrived and presented employed with Foremost Dai-
Coca-Cola party last Friday latter part of the evening ries
) artistic arrangement of yellow them to the
receiving line
4 ; morning given by Mrs. Bridges they returned to the Bagwell
shasta daisies and
composed of the her
C honoree
C' 1, 4 { fern. Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mrs. home for dancing games and
trays held cake .
mother, Mrs. Charles Schmitt
4 k '. i Mrs. refreshments. table the deck
squares decorated with yellow Bertha Lang, Reba'"Mel- Mrs. J. R. Kelly mother of I punch on was
rose buds. son Mrs Ann Parker, Mrs. L. the covered with a white cutwork
bridegroom-elect, and
<< 4 : G. Powell Mrs. Miles Sheppard i cloth and centered with a silver -
Games were played during Mrs. Foster Shi Smith.
; ; :7fr the party hours and prizes Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Miss Christmas {- punch bowl holding crushed -
and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Mrs. Eolifle Smith invited ice and Coca- olu. Mrs.
awarded to the winners. guests to the coffee table in
Mr. Dockstader \ Dave Paulk presided at this
I The hostesses presented the Decorating the party rooms the dining room which was t table. .

honoree with a lovely blanket were' beautiful arrangements Rehearsal Supper covered with an Import
WiD3tJi of yellow Mrs. O. L. Beasley presidedat
and bathroom set as a me- : gladioli ,anemone white cutwork cloth and I
: mento ,: hs tra ,, chrysanthemums, fujii centered the silver: coffee service in
of the occasion. Assist- mums, Bill D .,ckst4der..)!and Miss with an artistic arrange
tt L Y ing in serving were Mrs. Ches- t and palms.: The Coca-Cola Kay Christmas' were honoredat ment of blue and white carnations the dining room and was assisted

y 4is'p :' ,y ter Moody Miss Carolyn Jean -table was overlaid with an I' a lovely ,rehearsal} supper ., white gladioli, and by Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.

r{, .1 s Moody and Mrs. Rudolph ; r. imported, cutwork i cloth and J i Thursday evening Aug. 9, at white stock The buffet was and Mrs. O. S. Ne'{cotnb. Also -

Sink. centered with a silver bowl the Methodist Fellowship Hall centered with'a silver; ePergne assisting were Mrs. Robert
r The guests included Mrs. holding ,an artistic arrange- I given by Mr- and Mrs. Ber- holding an arrangement- Green, Mrs. Charles Sawyer
h 'i ,t ,,. ment of Miss Mary .Schmitt, and Miss
Cecil Douglas mother of the yellow anemone chry- ,nard Emanufel preceding the the same flowers and flank. .

honoree and Mrs.David Cot- .san hem ms. Silver appointments I honored couple's wedding-re ed by two silver 'candelabrawith Shi" Ann' Smith.The .

tle mother of the bridegroomelect. were used. hearsal. blue tapers.At hostesses presented the

f L_ rs 1 lrr. Guests were greeted at the The 22 guestSj.} .,which: ,, Deluded other points of interestin honoree' with a hand blown
-:4h4: door by Mrs.. Kate Sheppard the wedding blue pitcher as a.. memento of
III Margaret Douglas Weds Marion Cottle r_ I party members the party rooms were ar the occasion One hundred
and standing in the receiving
of the immediate fami rangements of white gladioli,
El August 1 In Episcopal CeremonyMiss strand of pearls, a gift from line were Mrs. Bridges, the ,lies, and close relatives wereseated mums and ivy. The mantel in guests attended this delightful

the bridegroom Her fingertip honoree, her mother, Mrs.I ..ata banquet tablewhich the living room held a line affair.

Margaret Ann Doug iridescent taffeta, featuring a veil of silk illusion was attached fi Charles Schmitt and Mrs. J. :' was centered with an i arrangement of white gladioli, I' .

las daughter of Mr. and :Mrs- j' scoop neckline and. bell shaped to an Archie Eason R; Kelly mother of the bride- arrangement of roses and ivy. mums and ivy in a gold con i TflE RIGHT POINT r.r dill
Cecil L. Douglas became the skirt. Her headpiece was a I cap decorated with lace and Kay Christmas Marries Bill DockstaderIn groomelect.Mrs. Bridal:place cards:! and favorswere tainer. The upstairs deck, ov ;way w writ* Ceme ta and

bride of Marion N. Cottle. son I wide open rose of deep rose simulated pearls. She carried ,Hied'fOUl' famite $STa.1 -
First Baptist Church CeremonyThe Lang invited 'guests placed each setting I erlooking the terrace had
of- Mrs. David F. Cottle. in a taffeta and she carried a : a spray of stephanotis and into the dining room and presiding garden effect with arrangements .1 BROOK Fountain. Pen TELEGRAPH -
ceremony performed Wednesday French Baskette cascade tulle leaves centered with
or First Baptist Church J was topped with at the refreshment Vivien of colorful zinnias and I j .
a and JacobsenEngagement
night August 1 at 8 o'- clusters of
rose pink shattered tiny
pearls puffsof
carnations table I
Mrs. Powell assistedby the rail
was the setting for a beautiful j groom. At the base .was covered with ivy. The .. -
clock in St. Mark's Episcopal puffs of nylon tulle, nylon tulle, and a white wedding Friday ; was a Misses Mary Schmitt and Told
evening, ruffle of nylon tulle. I
Church. The Rev. R. E. Mac- and narrow satin ribbons Cattelya orchid corsage. This I August 10, at 8 o'clock when i cake were six white Flankingthe burn- I Pam Parker. The other hostesses To Nathan Beck I REGISTER NOW
Blain she I
officiated. i backed with pink satin leaves. removed and wore with
Miss Elizabeth were assisted in serving
I Kay Christmas ing tapers in crystal holders.
The altar of the church The bridesmaids Misses her traveling outfit. daughter of Mr. and Crystal compotes held decorated and'caring for the guests by Mrs. Bernard..Jacpfesen SrJ i FOR ADULT EVENING CLASSES.

was decorated with vases of Lynda Gayle Moody and Susan MrsDouglas chose for her I Mrs. James A. Christmas became mints"and'nuts. Mrs., T. B. Hardi 1g. of 'Starke, formerly of ..Qssin- .

t stock giant mums and chrysanthemums Slade wore gowns simi- j daughter's wedding a mauve I the bride of William The two punch tables ., The hostesses presented the tag, N. Y., announces. the engagement I TO START IN SEPTEMBER
flanked by em- lar to that of the honor attendant silk shantung dress with lace j I Arthur Dockstader, son of Mr honoree' with a fork to her I
covered and approaching
erald trees, against a back in sweet pink shade. inserts complemented with and Mrs. Bernard Emanuel with satin clot hs chOsen silver Every adult in the Bradford County community will
I and white pattern as a marriage of her daughter.
ground of palms Southern Each wore an open pink rosin e a pink sweetheart rose, cora of Starke. Rev. Leo A. He- encircled with organdy overskirt memento of- the occasion.; 'Vivien, to Nathan Beck, son profit from; one; or more of the following categories

sevenbranshed( |j I her hair, and carried iden-I j sage.r ert performed the nuptials. j ivy and caught at a the garland cornerswith of One hundred .and fifty of Mr. and bins C. J.. Beck For the Civic, the Professional, or the Social Club

I tical cascade arrangementsrose in r Mrs. Cottle was attired in a The altar was decorated lavender aster nosegays. guests were invited ,to, attend. also of Starke.: Leader or Member:
lighted tapers. Pews mark- pink. I blue lace dress with a pink with pedestal baskets of carnations Procedures Letter Writing
Guests were greeted at the between the hours of ele'en'and The wedding will be an Speech, Parliamentary -
ed with white satin bows and The bride, given in mar- I sweetheart rose and gladioli against
rays of II corsage. door by 'Mrs. Dave Paulk and 11 \welve-thirty. event of, Saturday morning, I Grammar. .
/$ huckleberry. Following the background of
riage by father wore a wedding a reception potted palms '
presented to the receivingline -. Sept 15,,at ip clock in the i
Mrs.; 'Milo Seigler organist, magnificent gown of imported I was held in the Epis- and an archway of candles. .,"J 6. I For the Home-Owner or Project-Plannrf:
composed of the bride e Mrs. >L.;; Beasley and., Mrs. Kingsley La k e. Missionary -
provided nuptial music the and 'sheerestillusion copal Parish house The litechanlbroth cal. Use of Tools Woodworking
as Chantilly lace where Mrs. family pews were marked and groom their parents,'_nd J. W. K1ncafd' ay a delightful''buffet Baptist-, Ch> rch/ '. Drawing, ,

guests assembled, and accompanied I poised over layers of Gene Long and Mrs. Chester with white satin bows greenery the bride's, attendants.. 'y luncheon Saturday Miss:.Jaeobseiipnthe.Qf J1 *' Short-cuts.* 4 .
Mrs. Vernon Reddish' starched net and bridal tai Moody greeted guests at the and branched candelabras. \
Mrs.'C. D. Edwards cut the far Miss Schmitt at .their fice s'tai f."bf..'Big.Dad; ..Manufacturing'o i! For the.,,Business Employee. or Employer:
i who sang "Whither ThouGoost" feta. Her fitted Dior bodicewas door. The receiving line, which Miss Charlene Hardy organist home Walnut Street. .
1 and. "The Wedding enhanced by a becoming stood in front of the fireplace, ; rendered nuptial mu- bride's cake and Mrs. JamesE. pn.N. Co. and'1ir.eck"isr i 1 Typing! ,.Bookkeeping,-Shorthand, Business} I:Mathe-<

+ r Prayer.." sabrina neckline trimmed with' was composed of Mrs. Douse sic as the guests assembledand Stallard of Jacksonvillekept Arrangements of aummeflowers :projectionist'" at '.,the. FJdrida'Theatre I matics/:1hiSiness. .;::. English, and.: many other business -
the'bride's Presiding in shades '
book. pastel .were ?
: : '
three sequined flowers.. las Mrs. Cottle the bride and accompanied Dave Meadows ; courses:;
.f pam A. Gardner Jr. servedas .
at the punch tables we'reMrs. used ito advantage;in-the panty : I.
best, man and the ushers voluminous skirt of lace featured groom and bridesmaids. The of Jacksonville soloist tfo-invitations' are -terng "Is! '
H. E. Gunter .for the.occasion. I For The Churches: .
and Mrs. rooms sued but all .friend and !
were Richard Dugger and Mike j a cascading tier of illusion mantel held a large fanshaped who sang 0 Promise Me"and : relatives -
it A Denton. I ruffles edged in lace arrangement of white gladioli "I Love You Truly" Henry Lawson. Also assistingin The! .buffet table covered I. of the couple- are' 'invited I .' General:Miisic' (Notation. ) and Choral Music.

'j her circular stock and chrysanthemums serving\ were Mrs. Marvin with an imported: linen cut- ,to 'attend.. 'Florida .
t I MisS Jean Douglas attended -! and this formed The bride, given in marriage Lawson.,' 'Mrs., Ewell' Laws ., For Newcomers To :
; f n.MH.iJm'r'Lov work cloth held a modem arMrs I
.hyrjsister'as: maid .of'lion-1 1 chapel train 'in back. Her only interspersed- with pink -by her father, .was love- : U. 'and : 'angetnent'of'whlte stock and *' \ Florida History and''Gov rnment.: Conversational
single sensation roses. This was ly in a floor length gown ,of Pelliim Reception .
ornament( was a' Charl rBlalock.. Spanish, Latin American History and Geqtg 'aphy.
or' in a gown c! deep rose flanked on either side pink roses in a:'silver bowL All : ;
by white lace "
--I i three-branched silver candel- .fitted bodice with round i After'spending; some:"line the .''appointments'( were of .sil Set; August. 25. '-- I For All Citizens:.. . .
with'' their i 'guests the i ver. ''n1e' four individual din .10". *., ,
abra holding lighted tapers.! scalloped neckline outlined couple1left I i .Americanlsra.i : vs. jCpmrouniam, ,Ciyics.4Vmerican
The bride's table was cov- with iridescent sequins and I on. [. a '.WF ding tip) ,tp 'frig tables were,' centered. '.,wit h : : &,weddlnrgcepli' t i'f,wfll t-9! "History-iin; jCfpveiTmient-... "... V; -::(..
South'Florida.. compotes holding a held, t.ihe'h'f': .Mr 1 and i. : _: ..
rystat. .
Thebride : : .
ered with an imported cut long sleeves which ] ,'t, .,'.'., .r.. .
pointed ,
I > 'b" : I ." .. .
Mrs.: 1 .
: .
work linen cloth over a white terminated at her wrists. Thee chose for.traveling a two piece ( miniaturerarrangement': of ; FancHer.\ 'Jr5 ono 1 For' Th.'TAiohnl.t.Ian.; ,I' \ .. .
suit of nabbed linen sweetheart ,,roses Plntixhn .Rajford1"Road after- the Algebra and Sciences. V: =- :'r-" .
:' satin floor length skirt. skirt was accented with tulle in .mint i ;,: ;- jnar-i J' : : ;.<. .f \
h << I three-tiered wedding cake, and lace ruffles in the front green 'With' ,:matching ghee chrysanthemums ,white satin -riage.blZilia9t! a roiyn; ''eflumt. For : '

topped with a replica of the I panel and terminated into beads and black patents sec ea- hearts'and puffs oit nylon> ::net. to-Richard-pqwiing'brr! :aitur- ,I Job-Improyttnent: *. *:

D. bride's bouquet rested on abase I chapel train of Chantilly lace a sories:/She wOre the corsagefrom ; '* Assisting in' serving were ;:day evenfag- -Aug; ?5. 'TheweddingT I High school l review courses (leading to,,a hIgh'I'

i surrounded with wide in back. Her only ornamentwas her.bridal bouquet,:Upontheir } Miss .Lou '(}seen Miss Linda I preceding -win' be school.diploma) and} Basic., Education .(Reading

,? 8.99 f ruffles of nylon net and loopsof I a strand of pearls, a gift return they' will :"reside Kay> Sale,' and.. Mrs. James ,field at.S 9' .lock'in' the Madlison I For Community* Improvement:

r narrow satin ribbon. On from the in Slade's apartment on'Euclid Rowe.The.-' Street Baptist) .Ch# ii. Aid
MEN'S\ BOY'SJACKETS groom. Her veil of I' No invitations Drama"for( 'a "Little Theatre". group) ; First ;
,Sh I either side were three branched sheerest illusion was attached Street ; "-' hostesses presented .j .erg being, Civil Defense. .

t; / : I candelabra centered with I II to a white seed pearl crown. The bride is a graduate' MissSchmitt, with with an : :sent local.)y, but .aU friends i

G epergnettes holding an arrangement I She carried a Bible covered BHS and' attended St., ours. |(orchid corsage and agift of! and relatives of" l"the* couple. I For Individual Improvement:

Just Arrived! In 4; w. I of white carnations with white lace and satin and River Junior College Mr. silver'as' remembrance df the are invited'to attend.Elks : I Faster Reading,'Vocabulary }Building,, Literature;

and sweet pink sweetheart topped with Dockstader is a graduate .occasion.. Conversational French German Russian
Handsome New +w, carnations strings ,; of ,. Spanish -

Styles And t' I roses. Garlands of smilax of pearls, and white satin BHS and served a year of active 'The 16.guests Included b frs. Set DanqeThisvSaturday j I! ,. English Grammar: ;; Music. Appreciation.wi :
i "
Fabrics. i I were draped from the streamers. duty in the Navy: He is Charles Seli)tnitt' and Mrs. J. .

; II I I candelabras onto the table) Miss Kay Hart attended the employed. with his father. B..Kelly; mothers 'of the' bride I ; .! ". I MAIL your selection now for the'evening classes for
and around the cake. Thei bride as maid of honor in a and. groom- -be. ;: .{ *' I adults beginning la September Fifteen ((15)) members ages
i tablecloth was edged with purple of silk I Joey Bakken Th e :Elks. Club .vfijli,.have-.it
gown organza monthly ..dancethis : required to'start A class. Ask your friends. to register.,

: smilax and caught at the cen with a fitted bodice featuring Celebrates 6th Kitchen Shower night, and: all ..Saturday ($2.00 registration fee per coarse.) Nepo applicants write
iter with and
a cluster arrangement a scalloped neckline long ,
eirtiests.are invited. j to Prof. Eddie Thom JdD ,,RJE High School, Starke. White-
of satin ribbon tulle sleeves and full billowing skirt. J Birthday Is Given For A pas j
I and showers of narrow satin Her headdress was of matching .I prize of*iOO will also be happllcaats!, write to L..H. Gibsoa, Drawer 100, 8arke.| >

I Miss Schmitt! ed at this.time. 'j ,. ,'
I ribbons centered with two) organza with an eye level Joey Bakken celebrated his ; ,
II r '
I rt I lace wedding bells. veil. She carried a cascade ar sixth birthday anniversary Miss-'Schmitt'was honored at -

I: The two punch tables, ov rangement of lavender asters. Monday when his motherMrs. a delightful kitchen shower

I erlaid with cutwork cloths,, Miss Pat Dixon, and Miss Joseph Bakken and Wednesday night given by

were decorated with smilaxand I Sara Woodburn of Starke grandmother Mrs. Nelson Misses Dolores 'Hardy, Charlene iE

caught at one corner of and Miss Beverly Patterson of Green gave a party for him Hardy, Pat Humphries, Linda (ffJ

t ,; the table with white satin Pennsylvania served as bridesmaids that afternoon at their homeonSR Kay Sale; and Mrs. Juhius t J7@ D :D

i ribbon and nylon net with I in similar gowns in lav 301 north. Smith Jr. at the home of the .

cluster bows to which wereI ender silk organza with matching The 15 little guests enjoyed former' on West Call St.
E. attached clusters of flesh '
headdress. carried .
They games and refreshments during Arrangements of mixed summer '
grapes. Silver punch bowlsresting cascade arrangements of deep the '
7.99 party hours. flowers were used in dec .
on silver trays cen purple asters. Little Gayle The refreshment .. ; .
table covered for this occasion.
tered the two tables. Hatcher served as flower sir l with ; S : .t'.H'.. ; ,
PUT 'EM INLAYAWAY .a white linen cloth hostesses presented the honoree .. .
: .
The bridesbook table held in a dress identical to, thoseof : ..: :!' . ,' r
was centered .
with an sr'rangewidth a set of .stainless steel as ', } .
A : a low single silver candle holder the bridesmaids except for merit of mixed summer ..flowera. r-ja memento of the occasion. ,'...II...j.'., .-........ I ." .,.
A | with white candle to which short sleeves. She wore silk .-L
Small Down '
Payment I Mrs. iI/Ie. It'eelsI
was attached a nosegay of organza mitts and her headpiece The guests ,./ .
Holds YourChoice Assisting in. of the -,
serving .a id Charles Schmitt; mother
I feathered carnations nylon was a bow with a fluffy
In Carp's Convenient caring for the guests honoree,;and Mrs: J. R. Kelly "
I tulle and satin ribbons. half veil attached to the back. was Mia pQri '
Layaway. I Mrs. Lamar Crosby and Mrs. Edward Christmas brother Ruby Green. mother of the-'brldegroOm.ielect. ,, .
I k'' .,.,' ,
Ken Noegel cut the bride's of the bride served as best- ':'I I ,. .. .I ,
: cake and Mrs. Curtis J. Malone man and the ushers were : I '.

I kept the bride's book. Ronald Crawford Jimmy Lawson HEALTH FACTS I .
JL Men's Brastoil Nyta tossy to."J .
: : : :
Presiding at the punch tables and Mickey Agner. I ) ,: : .

100% laminated brushed autos Jemy. ftM? : were Mrs. Leonard Moore and :Mrs Christmas chose for J.'.4.. :: plI' ; .
I' "' ,
cotton Bnlnf. Zipper front stirred tlaati : Misses Winnie Cottle, her -
12" MaryAnn daughter's wedding a pale .. .
!I i L; 0. BoUIDrer i.
Met. burton Batt vuhabte. On M to /d, .. \ : #4 .t>."
Long and. Sally Sink. Assisting blue embroidered batisteMrs ., ,.; A, f. ::
: in serving were sheat dress with blue acces-" r ..
j ) Pane or "sick 'headache has, .ItiI )
B, Men's LiRol Clioter :tab 1.t&.a : Charles Sawyer Mrs. H. H.[ series and pale blue hat withMiss I i,

Adams Mrs. T. H. Slade. eye level veiL With this she rigii. | A.j.IB the nenrous .Jikm sod.J coiirt-. :

E : tedDO collar with i eKwbin nSsaouUertrim. o8d Ba Jane Adams Mrs. L. W. Bald I wore a blue carnation corsage.. less thousands satttt. untold'- atony with. i I:! MATQa1. .. t1AMC" -AB: .
: WMhabk. Pcwtu Steet M 10 1 win. Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Mrs. Emanuel was attired' Dr. Bellinger i .t.. '
.. this1 condition. '
. 598 '" ,
I .
\ Mrs. Bill Epps. in a yellow and white lace J i

C. leis Ex;* dYyikiit.Bslb .. After spending some time.with I sheath dress with a matchingg Research_ .shows that'nerve pressure'IS'to be oand ome I: plan;t 'r',--: :- -. .,

'. their guests the yo un i hat and black accessories where"along the spinal-serves sad wfcOe.drags.majr tkde l i I ." '. I' "! .
itttclwd ka t roB sailor 'WKto dub couple left on a several days complemented with .".. .
a yellow : .
1: Knitted bottom band and cutt the pain temporarily, the condition'\dH never becorrected .
'eta. twill mated tota*.' CML r bur 1.10" [ wedding trip to South Florida. carnation corsage. ., -
I I :: :
m. sfru 9i to i : The bride chose for traveling A reception followed the amtil'tbe nerve presson b located, 'sad removed by-the} boa "z. .r .., :' art .' f
tor of Chiropractic who b.skI led ..md1ti : -- 'V '; .: _
ah blue la correcting: these. '" -
aqua cotton afternoon'dress > wedding in the church recrea- "' t/
., ;: ..: : "Your Friendly'Store1)
I. lei's Lamiiaisd IhH Jacket complemented with 'UOIl.haIl. which was decorated : ., : ,'1 I, .. ..: .ty ,
-.; : white accessories and an orchid ,, for the occasion with baskets Chiropractic is'not limited. Mlgntfae:. iJ6ne, .f.r.many T' ,. .1y/, i. i:."- I .

led JIM i eoQar combed) iar popUn rt a. with Fancy laminated&>bjr fined.knit front Ideal 8 99. .' corsage from her bridal ;, of white bridal. flowers andare other ,ailments such 'aa backache eenstipaiioi,. aithrttk. _e;. .hopoi1., Bfibhttb,oo r ofaot:: td tloie".iIt. ..?. b .fo wIr, 0t gfoMrq ,

Jar Miir fan vetUvir.fWSVlJfj.. : bouquet At present they :;; palms. ""asthma, apoplexy, rheumatism and 'Kioositis, eai often.:>6e; o ;CI I.. iris. 'Rrred';r.caP.... .. pte. .. 'OAT. ar'las.

residing at 522 W. Adkins S Li i The bride's table was co- traced to nerve pressure! as the most common t c9e. 'WJhkIa.. Two-b d to is otter J1 '. brlasrooal l fII"' ;

Wear Parka !"; The bride Is a graduate of I vered with white satin with The .BoUtaffer Chiropractic CUafc is located .at 429 N.. j-iw4M4; &. .'- c. 4
[ BBS, class of 1961, and is;; white organdy overskirt and jt
l Wabrat St. ta Starke. PboDe' for use appointment today. Problem As seen in Iademolsellec
Xunutwea eottoa thtQ with hwy qua employed by Dr. H. H. Adams. .I, nosegays of lavender asters at cases given special attention. t,.. .1' .-e..1.......,.. '
tfattif. zip-off hff Nj. Knee collar aDd calla 799 { The groom also graduated i,;: the corners. The .four-tiered. .. ,,. "*. 'g
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CtJU s to II. ; from BHS in 1961 and is -j j I wedding cake, embossed.withwhite r t : : : : -8. : :.
I' .lDsur accepted. < : : .
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; PAGZVotljt [. __t .1.. e ..'r.- ,' _. _,: .; _.. .. ._ .BRADFORD COtKIY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FtoRIDA THURSDAY, -\UG.16.196Z
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: -- I I I MAYOR'S COURTA BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship, 8 p. m.
< IIEDLBRONN Prayer Meeting Wednesdays.
: former's DiaryBy light session in Starke 7:30: o. m. Rev.: Joe'ROOD-

I Mayor's Court Monday saw only: Sunday School 10 a. m.
five cases come before Mayor Iorning Worship 11 a. m. Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
1 More .Good. New* On Highways Sam McGarvey !Randal Chitty. : .Training Union, 7 p. m. Bradford County Telegraph.
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L 1 ago which did not have the Elvin Doyle Casey public intoxication .
;3 It was welcome news to Ta The Editor : I flavor and: body the buyers ,I forfeited bond of
Bradford County Telegraph wanted. !:I Radio tcf/crision/
l leanTfhat the State'Road Department Some growers feel $27.50. Appliance -- --

*! will this month: l let :r 13tPCiLt -$ All of Bradford County is now that Florida 22 will still:, Ethel Hardin. public intoxication -
'fit justifiably proud of the won- be acceptable once the trick :\ forfeited bond of $2i.50.
3 a'contract completion of derful band of Bradford Coun- I of curing it properly is learn-:i I: John Hillhouse. disturbing the BESTTrained

.i the .soII&d "missing link"e ty High School. Certainly this ed. For instance, one lot that i peace. fined $27.50. SERVICE AT ITS

;; 'of-Highway 228 between Macclcnny organization is a real asset was bulk cured brought $65 so Richard White, disturbing the

and Maxville. to our city .and county. The the difficulty may be in the peace, fined $27.50.
I.it kb experience of being a memberof The tobacco market is in curing. ;i Mathiniel Thompson running Experts In Each Dept.FOR .
e Tfie Baker "
County portion : cW4 this band is of great valueto full swing now and both quan- a a 'stop sign, forfeited bond of $12.-
\ of this road was hard-surfaced ; those>'-arho qualify. First, tity and quality are off from Florida 22 made a hit with 50.

d. rh..g"th. Johns ,admin str ; it denotes that these young yield. Non-irrigated plantings' growers this year with its resistance QUICK 1Y'S

1 tion1; but work was stopped by ; ; people are willing to practiceand 1 Jast year's recordbreakingare to drought damage.It GRAHAM DEPENDABLESERVICE _ .
The Collins' administration learn to play their instruments off from 300-400 Ibs. per went through the dry wea- BAPTIST CHURCH I TI
and the 'road has remained **i' well. Not every student acre because of the droughtand ther much better than other 4 5 lome

arad-eno'rd the Duval l ** Has the ability in music, and nematode damage and 1: varieties and had much bet- Sunday School 10 a. m CALL
not all are ,willing to put out the quality is not as good as ter resistance to nematodes 1 Morning Worship, 11 a. m.I .
l' County line for an' theseyears" aaei t' what it takes'in long hours of in former years. Top price we I too. I I Training Union, 6:30: p. m. 964.7511

: ..wheni(\f,C U1d.have been practice, both in and out of heard of was $67 for one lot, j i I S !| Evening Service 7:30: p. m. AppJialle5
t i serving. a useful purpose. v school hours. The achievement although a large amount of The Soil Conservation Supervisors -; Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 3 _

Sa'impo'rtant' does the Road 4 &4i444 is wortri a great deal to each good tobacco went for $66. last ',,'eek'oted to p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR

!t Department now consider this, young' person,in personal sat- raise the minimum rental i pastor, S
& Hsfjtctiori. self discipline and Irrigated plantings did well. Maytag Frigidaire. Zenith
t charge for equipment
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I particular.st efcJ of rO that & 1 I quito bites you the way to
it plans to fouV lane 4.2 miles getfefal, .learning, experiences-- Leaton Morgan for instance.I from $5 to $6. The step was get rid of him is to hold
I wX ; i $ # % %!fi I The BHS band performed yOUrbreath. GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
three because heavy
his tobacco
irrigated necessary
6f it lit 'B \ i, So
: ker arid Duval t1 being nosey. weI .
:, occasions' last This
49 year.
on times during the critical stage repairs on equipment which "
1 Counties. not bnly serves a 1 in iiici d athletic events parades I and he averaged 2,450 Ibs- result from such practices as I asked "How come? and were II

worthwhile! purpose by affording county fair, concerts, per acre. However 1 it is estimated -I using the mower to chop out told that when you do that
: short 1 route between : and music festivals I ; that only about 15 per stumps and level land. Any i you shut off his oxygen suppl3' 1 BUCK'SnIGHl
I and he falls off dead.
Maccleiiny and Cecil; 1 ,Field, ? i Th cost of Aaintaining a cent of the tobacco plantings I persons who feel the charges I <. ',.TRIMMED' ::

where many:Baker Countians iz marching and concert ba"ftd f is!; in this area are irrigated. l ire too high are invited to attend Haven't S tried S it but .: .. ,
yet. we
ate employed, but it will al6 r-.c4;; j. .. tr men l us. The Average" cost a S I a meeting of the Supervisors !:
wonder. You ,
see we ocigmal-:
wr 4( per band membership fot unii when financial accounting -
funnel more traffic. onto U. S. i ii The 'new variety Florida 22. II ly came from New Jersey
iAi& 4k4 i form, instrument, 'music and will be made.
301. 1tt equipment is'' did not do well at the mar- where we have skeeters as big
other necessary
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ket. Although there were exceptions -; as hummingbirds. and we
SSuthboond travelers' $ equip and I
ar- S>341. To properly (
the variety brought Where do wildcats make a1 I have idea that if
an a
rivirig at: Fplltstoii i Ga., on U. k I maintain the band: there is a !
only $41 to $55 per hundred. \ nest? Some Say it is up in ad' ti led that stunt on them. that
S. 1 ana.361.: then r : need for approximately $5,200 --v- ,
" : : will have a ;,
compared $55 to $661 i 7 11
i as tree an is known the person would drop dead. Open Days 7 a. m. to p. m.
amount that our
The I
choice of south pe r year.
I traveling\ for Hicks Broadleaf and other wh'eii a' wildcat took & litterup not the skeeter.
I Highway 121 formerly( { .23)i ) band is deceiving from all I old favorites. The lower price a tree and hid them. We i *
sources is less than $2,000
i ;::to Maccl nn}', and.Ihehce over of this was a" shock to growers although would guess, though, that ordinarily : We have a feeling that if
A portion : 1
per year.
:to 301 at Maxvilfe they it was partly offset by they nest on the. the mosquitoes do fall off. it BEEF
from the county t
comes :
(! ,j ; # 1 i the fact that the yield was J ground, for outside of dogs. is not because they lack
; can .co tihde. on 301 t'\Folks- fnrids.: The remainder is supplied j oxygen I.
ton, coming through Callahan. by the Band Booster's I r heavier. e S a I Tew things would tackle a1 .it's just that they're so 3 Ik LIVER $$1
mammy wildcat. I! loaded with your blood thecan.t >
Association. ,
Warehousemen said the S S a
k\ I' At present t there _is a ,good road, and Anyway it i is viewed the Macclenny-\ During the past six years I new variety brought a }lower\ That question- raised the get up.Estt'rbrook. 1 __

very little traffic, between fylkatqn: and Maxville cut-off throws fin' even rosier: the Bradford High Association School price because it resembled ,' subject of panthers, and we Cartridge and

I I t- i Macclentiy} making this ,an .attractive Band Booster's the "pale, slick: varieties were told that years ago one Fountain Pens S1.95 S2.95 -
light on the future i of U. S. 301 and I has provided the following: I $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. ,.
i.t ; route. Many tourists will undoubtedly > which were tried several years killed a Negro near Middle- CORNED BEEF can 39c
.worth of uniforms -
t should substantial increase in! Over $6,000 .
mean a \ '
that led to the size .
choose( ; this road in order to avoid the that cannot be bought with \ I
rough stretch of 30i i between Baldwin. the traffic count through Starke and;! Board of Public instruction1money. expenses for the band. I j of panthers, and Foster Shi

. and Maxville. Bradford County as soon as it is com-| [121] Purchased new instruments Band Boosters Association'' Smith, who can spin some nilliti TiIiUIUII8ME GEORGIA REDTOMATOES
members do the work that is real "whopp rs, says he
When ths Baldwin to Maxville pleiexL! THis} of course, means brighter and repaired in- I : cans
measured '
I necessary in all these activities -! heard of one that 2 2Sc
stretch'i is eVentllally four-Iaried, the days ahead for the motor courts, restaurants' sfruments: $975. (131] Under- with no renumeration. j id feel long. We hesitate to

Macclenny-Maxville cut-off will be increasingly service stations, and allied establishments ,I. \j'rbte, the cost of two District that, being ignorantof
; :'' that brought Many of them work long: question
: ) impytSht as ari alternate serving the tourist trade ,, Band to bur Festivals city more than 4,000j hours; sacrificially in order to.: panthers, but we do wonder Southern YAMS No. 2/2 cans 19cI

route( "during the donatruction work. in Bradford if a tape measure used at
County. ;i j I people. It is estimated that get this done. They are glad ; I
to serve in this way in order i! a fish camp was used In meas-
these spent over $25,000(
I Nobody Pleased With I while: in our city. [t4l] Sent thel5nd that our school might have i uring that panther.. JIM! DANDY GRITS SIbs 29c
I apportionment: to Orlando to the" State the very fine band that it has.j o :

Music! Festival, arid to Tampa The Band Booster's Association We've heard a lot about the : PORK & BEANS Show Boat
rJf If the Federal l (Courts are satisfied eluded in the reshuffling is the 15th! t'o perform irf the Gasparilla is made up of parents of j "blue darter," a small hawk ONLY -
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r with the reapportionment bill passed in Senatorial: ;District (now comprising j Parade. [151 Provided other band members and other interested -I] that swoops into a barnyardand $35.80lonthly BLACK EYED PEAS .

i desperation last Saturday by the Florida Efadfqrci( and Union Counties) which miscellaneous expenses that public spirited people ; takes off with a "biddy"in SPAGHETTI WITH CHEESE

:t Legislature, apparently they will.be ,if-the reapportionment bill W approved'\ school'' finds' cannot' provide I, of. the city and. .county.,Mem- a flash and wondered what j For Only 12 Years --I ,

the'only ones ,who'are. by the courts and becomes. law, will The band does not receive bership is now being'solicited the real name of the bird is. FRESH FLORIDA- JKADE A

!, The big counties are unhappy' b&:- have'Clajr County added. I any part of the admission to for this coming year. j In our bird book we have tentatively INSIDEFINISHING
rj athletic events. In order to In order that, the people of identified it as a pig- :
a cause they didir't ,get more, and* the Just what political repercussions: this area might have a bettEr eon hawk. FRIERS 11)) 29C\
provide these necessary expenses -
( small counties are unhappy because they this will have on l local politics remains!' tor the band, the Band understanding of the activ-'l\ a S MATERIALSAVAILABLE

t 'had to give up a little. Perhaps if Anyone to. be ,seen Alth'o'ugK Clay County's Booster's Association was given I. ities of tile Band Booster's i There are not many straw- -

n came out of the reapportionment population. and area are. almost equal to the concession privileges Association, it would be appreciated berry runner plants around,

, I hassle ahead, it was the.medium, sized that of- Bradford and Union combined : at the football games. The I if you would pUb-,; according to one well-known AT EXTRA COST ;

counties, and, they are doing the leastobjecting. at the present time it has no political Profits from this activity, lisri, this letter. j i grower, and it looks like they 100 amp., electrical wkifl4 %rift v o r t-SHORTiiNING49

j strong-man who' might be regarded as membership fees, and other I Charles L. Phipps. President may f be scarce this fall. iwitch Lil'' fixtures and outlet

t The proposal l would enlarge the outstanding senatorial tiJ lber. Clay isi fund-raising activities have j Bradford High School BandBooster's '': S S Gypsum wallboard (WJ

,' Hpuse of Represent Hv i from1 5' t to'fl&o now -in' a district .with Baker County,: been used to provide all the 1 Association. i i We were told that if a mos- 3 lavatory piKe bath and tel cammed bcfwits Utt I PET MILK 3t tl.] cans 39c' '1

', giv1k Ui 40 additional l seats to' with Sen. Edwin Fraser of Macclehny' uniforms and other needed I : D yb!. sInk with kitthra O&fntf

; the large counties; and it would .increase filling its senatorial seat. Baker, in the. -IX THE- CIRCriT COl'RT OF I 1- ': ,30 leu...K.....nol..d with.;.1_19.>y t.or mraMr- Ieo.. FROZEN CREAM I PIES Ready to Serve

the Senate from 38 to 46 seats, newset-up would be joined with; Nassau I:, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL, AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE :i I S 2'oI4 moldIsS w.awawy I CHOCOLATE StRAWBERRY 43 C
CIBCtTT OP FLORIDA IX j jAD Mil nids .,. -
with the middle-sized and growing County to comprise the 16th Senatorial I FOR BRADFORD 961-2660 do LEMON
Pr6 e may' vay' octongog! to fecal .
.smaller) counties reaping the benefits. District. COrSTT. I!? CHAXCERT.In codes end transportation costs. -

f Perhaps the i increase can be justified Baker and Clay have been operating Robert re: The Johns Petition and ,Bertha of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Siesta ICE MILK2 Gal.

on grounds of "fairness," but for under a "gentlemen's agreement" like I! Eunice Karen Lynne Johns, Fugitt to adopt, minor DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director 59c
practical} purposes: it Is difficult to see the one formerly existing between Brad- 1 NOTICE Starke, Fla. '

I "what,13i> represehtativei can do for the ford arid Union, but abandoned several TO Address: William: Unknown!Raymond; Fugitt ;i iI RENTAL.SERVICES WATER GROUNDPLANTATION

) ,State of Florid that' 95 couldn't do years ago., Whether the addition of Clayto I I the You above-named are hereby notified Petitioners that, ,' Hospital l Beds, Wheel Chairs, CrutchesThat's MEAL 5 Ibs.BUCK'S 42c

I S te'xcep't to increase the* burden. on taxpayers the district would mean attempt to I Robert Johns and. erta' Eunice I JIM WALTER CORP.
:| Johns his wife. have riled a petition -,.. -
of c urse. institute such an agreement between, in the aboVt:styledoourt ,I 3281 W. Beaver

Dade County, 'with 15 representatives the three counties remains to be seen.I!. for child the named adoption therein of. th4 and minor you.I cf t Our Business Jacksonville, Fla.'IIIBI.

: may find its delegation so unwieldy At present, however, Clay does not seem i.are required to how cause why We Have It" GROCERY & MARKET
the same should' not' be granted "If It's Glass -
and diversified in opinion that in position to offer any serious challengeto by serving; a. cop of your written WRITE VISIT
or '
-', ;any selfish advantage it might hope to Sen.Charley E, Johns, :who has been defenses if any upon I
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FOR Half Limits
[gain will largely be nullified. kept in the Senate by Bradford and Temple Avenue, Starke, 'I Mile North Of City -:- U. S. 301

,1: Tfie measure T follows, with a few Union for many terms' .If Sen. Johns Florida ers and Attorneys by filing for the Petitionj original j SHEA'S GLASS CO. i. -. '.

J Changes(,'the klan, originally recommended should run' for Goyernor her has intimated Court thereof on with or before the Clerk'August of said SO]; : ', ,. ,':r' -................,...""....... """" .Ii'. --_r<,- >...- -: -i:
-to the Legislature YGm'' rh r rYy: .l he might-th fieidc '(thLld be 1J62; otherwise a decree, maybe (NOT INC.) "a :<" .

1 ''ant at the opening of the special ses- wide open of course, for candidates said entered' d&ption.against you granting I! AI "F rl1i rIy Joe Peters Glass Co."

I ion. The Governor proposed 144 House from the three counties. In such a case/ seal WITNESS of said my court hand at and Starke the,I GLASS We Design Modern Store Fronts Qk
I members and the Legislature reduced a candidate from Clay County would Florida, this August 2nd. 1? 2.1 I, Just Mail| Us A pattern For I.
the number nine. This is seem to have distinct CHARLES A. DARBY Table Tops .
by still too a advantage by Clerk of the Circuit Court!

., many, for all practical purposes but any virtue of that county's larger' popula By M ri 'n Deputy L. Crosby.Clerk!I .;J31at_ : N..W. 4tK,PI. (; i insville.FlaPhone; : FR2-4353 # ';' zfr

1 plan which gives eacht the small tion. ._ : '.&= THOMAS A PIERCE I i _
1 counties its own Representative must But all of this maybe idle speculaJ, :20J-J03 Btarke.! North Florida Temple Ave.

multiply! } the ntfmbertfor: the big 110PUlatIon tion. The reapp'orti&mnent ''bill must!: SH Attorneys 8-23 for Petitioners 11!I f r ,

counties m order to achieve any still get approval of. the"Federal Court, HAMPTON -

kind.of population. Duality in represent and there are tfiose who think it will! IX THE. CIHCtIT COtBT ;.:4' '

ation. '' not make the.gr d .;E'en with this appioval FLORIDA.IAL CIRCUIT. EIGHTH IX .WD '.'OF'I ___

I Where .the Governor. had proposed it will still IDA. 1\ 1CHANCERY. X V 131
( a 45-membey. S en f$, the ..Legislature. by the voters of Florida as a constitu!1 111. 1

added still another seat and reshuffledsome tional amendment, and the big counties I i Fedtraj gage Association_>*ati4nal i ilojtii a: \. _
of the North Florida }'i Invites/ You To ,
districts. In- may vote if down. 'I Corporation under theLaws ,: '
.t ... I of the United' { .
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cent Births and Mr. and Mrs., Jaetkomb. : Mrr and Mrs. Yulee Kirch j vs. Plaintiff. srortJag'Forectsaure- .. I / .

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon of Bradford Starke. County'Hospital' ;.f anMr.,: ain; .. Stake and Mrs., a son John Aug.: PowellnoXirices 12...j 1 i i Gladys"\.U "st-Kellmau heUman his apd.wife, REVIVALSERVICES ,, ___.1 __ < .t:.. -.. ..k

:of Jacksonville announce the : the following births: Melrose, a, daugnter, Pert i 1 *; Defendants. Ba1913fewa1..d)
| R. Weldon Mr. and C. Cole-Shzmon. BXbTlCte TO .tPPE.Ut'THE :
birth of a son Jimmy Mrs.JHilton! Aug. 12. STATE OF FLORIDA TOi

; Jr., on., Aug.. ..Grandpar-\man, Starke a daughter, Becky I Mr. and Mrs.: James Pearson AO' iMt Eellman and GliiirrfKellman t fewer could fi.1JaDet'; d1 'i .'
Weldon, Lynn. 11. .. biD bis wife, whose resid ," ...
'ents are' Mrs.-. Gladys Aug. Raiford. %3, Aug. 12. 'i<. f'r iit
"nce and post office address is .'t.to.-:; ; "- W. _1._,
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I I. ______- \ unknown.You .
-' ., inmost banhi1oiv3flbto iou
"\ '" are her t>" notified thata Today
f, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ;" Complaint has been filed
.., 1 ESTABLISHED 187D Court against you wherein 1s the the above Plaintiff named make car ownelShi .with i e te h' .

I .. '. seeks fdrcosure! of 'mortgage.Y '.
r'ar .-re4utred to me ,your IDi11Iem.%WILen you fhi ueeyo ri eit eat,
Florida's oMtwt J. '
I ,. .. : :answer or <5ther defense, if any
'-. :,,... Newspaper Published Coo- -,, ,;. in thti office of the Clerk of the como set m.r
Circuit Court in and for Brad
rneai ESS tJDuously Under The Sam ford County. Florida on or before FRED BROWN%
.Hastbead the :;th day of August. Evangelist -
) 19;2, and at the' came time server

:. 1'L MATTHEWS : .. r copy GODDARD.of the sam 18 X.upon W. CAREY First- v: Jacksonville, Fla. FLORIDA:

,' Street, Gainesville 'Florida, Attorney
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; )I .:. A.,'V. S SUBSCRIPTION! RATES -: : -L' -* yea Confes. .,-Ill 'fbe entered .againat : AUGUST 26--31 ii BY N" ,vr' -"fS--Y / TR t irB[ -- -" :

IN f RAOC AitiA OUTSIDE TRAOI AREA .-:: i iI WITNESS ray hand and official : -, .- -. ; .n.. '81IL.; ltl '11 ..-.L __ __,
I I r OMC YtAM S.OO ONE YEAR '.'0 1. seal at Starke. Florida, PLis.
:i day of July ISSiCHARLES .
F I'X' WONTHt I I.", SIX MONTH &.00' : .\. DARBY, .
TMXtC MONTH* t.OO THREE MONTH 1.21 Clerk of the Circuit Curt 8:00 NIGHTLY
tl -" 4 -......-"..-.- Bys Uarian U Cr sby< : One Of 31 Bank-* Of The Florida National Gro up 0 3Iember tVderal Deposit insurance Corp.
) "J"I. !i dt r ct It a iJlitW. Deputy Clerk

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED i Fogg Elected Florida; CrownBeauty Bids On Addition j i{Social Security the foot.Architect.Jr., 5557 A.Arlington Robert Broad-Road, as must!' a guarantee accompany that each the proposal bidder ONE AI.1)ElUtA mwn' J -'d-

Jacksonville 11. Florida. will promptly! enter into agreement For Two Tears.GROtP .
I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : Florida Credit :To Hospital A representative of the: Two sets of plans and specifications ,: to do the work and fur- :
Contest may be obtained by nish a performance and payment OXE ALDERMAN.
Union Officer Be I Gainesville Social Security office any general contrSitor making bond in the sum not less: For Two Years
(By Elizabeth Given) ITo Opened will be at the courthouse. a $05:: .oo deposit per set at the. than 100 per cent of the contract -( (;HOI'P 3
Set August 25 office of the Architect, which Each proposal when sub- ONE ALDERMAX,
Jewett C. Fogg, an employee) Bids on a new 25-bed addi-: in Starke from 9:30 a. m. on, deposit will be refunded to'' putted must be clearly markedon For Two Yt'ars.1."lH'f'turM .
&LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA4AAAAA4 A.AAAAAAA1, tAAAAj | of the DuPont Company, was I Friday; Aug. 24, for the purpose -' general contractors submitting the co\er with the bidder's for 8nld Klectlen ..
tion and other facilities at the,' a bona fide. bid when plans and name and the name of the pro- Mrs. :Mvrffaret BlankenshipMr. .
I School Opens elected first vice president of i Nineteen girls 'will vie for of conducting social security -' i '
With will render service in Waldo :j i Bradford County Hospital will. specifications art returned in1 ject.The [ R .C. "Pee Wee" Dampier
Teacheiy Planning Sunday with Rev. Robert Dell : the Florida Credit Union League the second annual Queen of' business. good condition Deposit checks Board reserves the right! Mrs. Ernt'stine'Dl"nmark
: be opened at 2'p. m. Friday by must be made reject all bids, and .
payable to the i to any: or
Mr, Albert FosterMr
. Pre-planning school bellsI and: members. All members ;:, Inc. at its annual meeting;: the Florida Crown beauty ti- I i the Board of Trustees. Representatives Persons desiring to make applications Board of Public Instruction. Additional to waive any informalities. : Charles Hardy

*JU ring for teachers Monday. and friends are invited to attend at the Robert Myer Hotel in:i tie at the ocean-front band- !I of the Florida Development -i for retirement or survivors complete sets of specifications The Board of Public In-i Mrs. J. E. Hardv' ..
be obtained struction of Bradford County
I August 20, at 9 a.m. at RJE and enjoy the 3 p.m. ser Jacksonville last weekend. Al]i shell in Jacksonville Beach! Commission the!i. benefits, secure social security contractors:may and: material dealers by. Florida. Mr.Mrs.Ray Peggy Stone' ,

High School with the theme : vices. Harry Young, lay re- ,J. Day of Tallahassee was elected -: on Saturday, Aug. 25. : that handles Federal account numbers, or get; making a SIO.90 deposit per set t 8-9 3t.S-23 1 Mrs. W. D. Thomas '
I I agency at the office of the Architect, I .
other social infor- -- ."irs. Owen Vaughn
"Improving Reading In Grades : porter. president. (i Among the entries will be: funds for the project-will also any security which deposit will not be refundable -; Mr.. Betty Blackburn (Alternate -
1-12." Visiting I The meeting was attended i Linda Huggins, representing be I ion inav see the representative -; Additional plans may] :NOTICE: V )
by 1.200 delegates from all partsof i the Starke-Bradford present. at this time. ; be procured upon payment of, August 7. 196 Mrs. Katherine C'hlmIter-
Children Ethel is County
the first Mrs. Young visiting .
entering of
I A total of $300,000 has been; 1 cost reproduction which will'i T.:Randal F. Chltty. Mayor of. nate( ) V.
grade for the first time must' relatives and friends in Phil- Florida. Mayor Haydon Chamber of Commerce; SusanSlade i allocated for the addition and NOTICE OF-INTENTION: : not be refundable. plans and' the City of Starke.: Florida by In testimony whereof. I here-,
be registered at adelphia, Penn. for two weeks. I Burns of Jacksonville was a featured -I representing the City 1 I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME specifications: regardless o f 1 virtue of the authority vested unto subscribe my name and
RJE with
August added facilities, $135,000 i method of procurement' shall be in me by law, do hereby call an cause the seal of the said town
31. It is a state law that no ;, Greater Allen ChapelA. speaker. i of Starke; and Suzanne La- : from local funds, and $165.000! the Notice undersigned is hereby, undt'r given the that' returned to the Architect with- i, election to he held at the Fire; to me hereunto affixed this the .
I provisions in seven (7) days after bids are: Station in the aforesaid Town 7th day of August AJX. 19*?.
Mee the Town of
child shall be admitted unless M. E. Church i representing *t (55 per cent) available in Hill-: of Chapter 20953. Laws r ?cei\'ed. by qualified voters oil Tuesday (OFFTf"tAT. E-\L)
hVor she is six years old on i Rev. L. A. Sampson will I REVIVAL SERVICES I Keystone Heights. j Burton funds from the Federalgovernment of register Florida with, Acts the of Clerk 1941 of will the' A certified or cashier's chpck, September 11, A.D.. 19t1?. for RAXD\L F. diTTY, Mayor

or before December 31, 1962. j i observe regular pastoral day I AT DEDAN BAPTIST | The girls will participate i j I I Circuit Court, in and for Bradford ; in or a bid sum bond.not properly less': than executed 5 percent the purpose officers-of electing the following AU.'t.F.RP.lU... EDWARDS.

A. birth certificate or other ;I,; Sunday beginning with Sun- I' Revival services will start : in bathing suit competition :: The trustees will consider the i i jeipt County of proof Florida of publication upon re-of;: of base bid payable to the CHIEF OK POLICE. City Cierk. 8-9 St6

document. is also required to :,; day School at 9:45: a.m. with t 1 at Dedan Baptist Church neari : in the afternoon, and willI !bids for several days before 1 I 1: this notice, the fictitious name', Board of Public Instruction For Ont'1"'E'.lr.
of Crescent Motor Court, under
'1 establish the child's age. :j Miss Fannie Bell Frazier in Brooker at 7:30: p.m Monday, I appear in evening gowns at awarding the contract. ,i on U.S. 301 South. Stark Flor-
Marriage and Shower charge. Morning service, 11 a. j i j night. They will be judged I I which I am engaged in business
Aug. 20, and continue through ,
Rev. and Mrs. James Hamilton -i, m. Evening service, 6 p.m. All I I Sunday, Aug. 26. Rev. C. A. i on poise, personality, and ap- ;Sales Tax Gain I: Mrs. Ruth Bumba, P. O. Box
i! pearance.j 435 Starke, Fla.. tole owner BACK TO
wish to announce the j members are asked to pay I .
j Crosby will be the evangelist. : Dated this 26th day of Jily,
marriage of their son, Bobby i i church dues to the leaders. The pastor, Rev. Orville i j The contest is sponsored Indicates Increase A.D., 196 at Starke, Bradford !

Ray Hamilton, to Jessie Mae !I All members and friends are Brookins, invites everyone to annually by the Florida in BusinessSales I County';'-6 4t SUNOTICE Flrrida. I I. !AYINGS

I Hampton, daughter of Mr. i i invited to attend all services. attend. j Crown Council of Chambers I ,I INT.

I and Mrs. L. B. Hampton of ; Joint Revival Planner at : of Commerce, which covers I : TO DKFEXn i i SCHOOL'c'Your V
tax collection in Brad iv CIRCUIT
[,I.i Peachville. A shower was gi- 1 Mt. Pisgah At The Tabernacle j 15 counties in north-central ;!'ford County continued to showa FORD rOl'NTV.coi'iiT.FLOHIUAl.IN BRU' Friendly Store"One

yen for the couple by Mr. and Mr. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Florida. CtUs'EInJu1it : i
ilrs. II I gain over the same period I >n C Severson, !
Everett Morris. The newly Rev. J. A. Grimmage, pastor, Subject of the Sunday last year indicating an upward I Plaintiff, I

weds are making their i will be hast at a joint revival morning sermon at the Gospel -i Rebels WinSummer 'trend of business activity in the! Margaret vs. Jamit'on Case Severson Xo.:: 13-132'',

home in West Palm Beach j) meeting with Mt. Nebo Mis- Tabernacle will be the next' Starke area. Defendant, ':
where the bridegroom is employed BowlingChampionship :NOTICE TO APPE\R
to be'
sionary Baptist Church Au- event in world affairs The tax collected on sales in TO: Margaret Jamison Sever

by the city. Their address gust 20-31. anticipated. This subject, June totaled $14,902.69, as son hose residence. is:; : alia KIs-:: .
is 1017 Lincoln Street. | I should be of vital importance'to beth Dallas S. Texas-
Prayer meeting will begin compared with $12,869.14 for You are hereby notified thata
Lefkm Post 314Announcement I August 20 and preaching on.| every human being and is' The Rebels split four points the same month in 1961. June suit for divorce and other relief -

August 27 with services beginning being widely publicized on radio with the Keystone Kats last collections also showed an increase l in the has above been named filed against Court you and 4

American Legion Post 314T J at 7:30: p.mRev.. by Bible teachers all over: week which was good enough :: over the previous monin; cause and you are required to _

will'meet Friday at 8 p.m. at Ira D. Hinson, pastor of Bethel the world. Special music will i iI,I to cinch the Summer Bowling I: (May) which totaled $$13,719.) : sene pleading a copy to of the your complaint answer on or ,

RJE High School.. Business M.E. Church Tallahassee i i be rendered. League Championship.The ,I Collections of the seven cents' 1'1 IP Plaintiff's Attorney, Theron I _
of vital importance is to be Rev. II I showed : A. Yan.Ir.. whose mailing: address : '
Till conjuct the STVI- I Bottom Scotters defeated -'i gasoline tax also a I is: P. O. Drawer 340, 1
transacted, according to Commander G. B. Burgman is pastor at I|Reading Club \ :marked increase with $75,145.77: Statke: Florida and file the original i* '. I
the Strike Outs 4-0
the office of the Clerk _
Haywood Brorks.( and N bo. Rev. W. P. Jenkins :collected 1 073, 511 gallons' in I ...
Mt on before j.tV.e1
To End Summer Frank Jarvis who bowl- of the Circuit Court on or .VV :: : :: :
all members are urged to ba iril] preside and Rev. W. J. \ :sold in June. Collections for the the 7th day of September, 1962; .
; ed games of 170, 175, and 154 otherwsie the allegations of said | SAVEl
present. V Taylor will serve as moderator. -With, Party : for a 166 average. Neoma Nelson same month last year tttaled Complaint will be taken as confessed I
Church' News'
$45.050.53. by i
: you. i
Mt..Moriah Methodist Church Recital t!i Summer activities for the i:1 1 also had a 190 game for This notice shall be publishedonce : ,
the winners. each week for four consecutive -
Rev. I* H. Mclendon. pas- The publi" is invited to hear i, 'Read 'Round the World" : The Untouchables won 4-0 Free Booklet Reveals weeks in the Bradford \I
tor, will hold church school Broth Joe and The Reading Club will be climaxed County Telegraph. i '
May this 26th day of July
I : over the Tornadoes by a for- Dated '
Sunday at'0:30: a.m. with the Consolers of Miami Friday at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, \ feit. These games ended the 196. CHARLES A. DARBY'I iI I :: 'k .

j superintendent. Mrs. Essie August 17. at 8 p.m. at RJE with a Coke party in thechildren's '. summer bowling league. A 14 Ways toHIAR Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'i at .

V Holland. in charge. I cafeteria. There will be a do- i' room of the Starke i j party will be planned in the By Marian Deputy U. Crosby Clerk.

The pastor and members nation. Library. I near future for bowlers who I' One hundred and twenty- 8-2 4t 8-23
: participated in the league. __
five children have enrolled in .
the program since it opened The Board of Public Induction -
1! Rebels . 32 8 ., of Hradfurd County, Flur- --
j j on June 7. and it is hoped ,
I V Bottom Sctrs 28 12 4Kl'ystn '; :' ida will rci-eive healed bid in t.1' '
:,1 i that a good percentage of that ,i<...... .. .y.... the Board Room of the said :
Kats 20 20 12 .N. of all la-
I::, number will have read the 15 Board, for furnishing
Untouchables 15J.2 24% 16k hur and materials to construct:
!i books required to complete FIVE CLASSROOM AUDITION iOmt.
V. Stiike Outs. 15 25 17 BETTERComplete t TO !
I program. Tornadoes. . 9k SOVi 21Men's Southside Elementary School
Cardboard: travel cases with Starke, FloridaAll /t'gs "
: High Average: bids for the project will
booklet shows
I stickers from far-away places new
Gene Coble 166 Bill Nelson be received until 1:30: o'clock P. :
will be given to the children' the 14 different ways you can M. Sept. 6. li! 62 and then publu--
'I'! at the party. Certificates will ;, 165. inconspicuously wear the many ly opened and read in the

I be awarded by teachers at the Men's High Game different Maico Hearing Aids. Board Plans! ,Room.specifications, instructions Use Our V.
beginning of school to those :, Vernon Buff 244, Gene' It tells all about hearing to bidders and the general j
; Coble 218. glasses, behind ear aids, in the conditions and form of 4

f FRESH GROUND I, who complete the course. ,. Menu High Series s!\ hair aids, aids for slight or proposal may be obtained from \tU. L .

I, BY ANY 1\IEASURE-there':: James Norman 194 series. I i_severe bearing losses.lt's Free! Lindy Laundry and DryCleaning .. -A\vay\

; is nothing as good as"I Ladies High Average i Ball Point Pens 59c j ..
Mr. R. C. Paulk :
k 141 Neoma; at THE TELEGRAPH. ,
3 BEEF I GENERAL ELECTRIC. See June Norman i "
A Laboratory Trained :
i our complete appliance line\ Nelson 140. '
:' Aid Consultant from
; at BULLINGTON'S. Ladies High Game Hearing '
I I :
BRISKET ---i> June Norman 190, Merclyn :
,, Young 190, Neoma Nelson 190. ; I

Ladies High Series 1 SERVICE :

3 k STEW-- i': High June Couple Norman Average 172 series. ,jJacksomille: 2, FIa. will be in:;,

Starke :Monday, August 20, atKoch's 'I
Bill and Neoma Nelson 152, ,
;i June and James Norman 150. i
i Drug Store.iI I
Fresh Roasters lb. I i '
13c Have you an old refrigerator, I \
A 'i Come in, let us show you
fan or tools which you no long..1
how to hear
we can help you
Charleyt41i' er use. Convert them into cash <
liand! understand better. No ob- t
now. Phone 964-3101 and ash'!
lb. E. for classified. ,ligation.

FRYERS 29c I I I Johnsabout I, I L

,_..IiIT .
I, Supreme Black Bass Fishing ,i
this question: I .

"Our collapsible! camping, p KIT

: equipment did just that!.: MARINAMr. ,. '

I RIB STEAK u. S. Good lb. 69' Collapsed while we were

and Mrs. L. G. Cox, Owners-Operators iF;
'in it. A metal bar struck

: my head. my boy's arm!* 3 MILES SOUTH OF SATSUMA, FLORIDA t .w.J.o,..
lb. l'w L T r -'
was broken medical bills' Telephone Pomona .Park .649-4363 .V V V'f, \4. : ,,' V 'V it.V .

totaled $480. Does the' : "H'V

Open 7 Days 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. Charley E. Johns Agency: CABINS AIR CONDITIONED ______

I I have Trip Accident insur-:: Plywood Boats Motors Live Bait Tackle U.f

ance to cover individuals, Guides. ,
families or ?

Charley E. Johns !. -t



I 607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 131 S. Walnut St.

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Earl's ALL KINDS Garage OP J. B. Wright | Starke's' Sun, Aug 19 Thru Sun,,. Aug. 26 j FLORIDA'S MSTPOPULAR.) .

SINCLAIR SERVICE 'j Cities Service Station

All Work Guaranteed STATION J. C. Gardener Prop. NIGHTLY

Phone 869-2964 Complete Auto Service I Every Mechanical ServiceTires :H .FAMILY 01 GASOLINES: ,: .
Ko. Walnat. SUrk : .
Batteries-Aeeessorie*.General Repairs Automatic ,
: :-", .
AUTO SERVICE Lubrication Washing Transmissions 7:30 SPECIAL SINGING -
Cities Service Products pojmiarity; winner leads all other gasolines sold ia Florida, year .. _
542 Madison W9-2801 8:00 PREACHING HOUR :
Gilbert S. Brown TIKES BAflFJUESStandaid after year.It's the,Standard family of gasolines.Three great fascines offering ,
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you top performance, whatever jour car's lequiremenis: V
Oil Service Station
705 N. Temple Stark Special Services Sunday Aug. 26
ATLAS i i Dodd's Service ,& PRONE 964-9911 ECONOMY CROWN is a new, lower-priced gasoline-Asjgned: for the cr.si _

TIRES BATTERIES !I _- 'I I Dinner On The Grounds :00. P. M. many cars on the road that cannot take advantage of extra aou-kaock. ,V. V

Budget Terms Road Servlcel Auto Sales I| AUTO TIRES II quality. Supplies all the power such cars can use, at auving.IMPROVED V .
I Special Singing in Afternoon _ _
Phone 964-7071 ;
V : : CROWN 'GASOLINE:.Users of reefer grade gasoline will r
407 N Temple. stJL"k' ;I Rambler Sales &: Service i Starke Recap Co. ;i fend a new gasoline value in improved Crown Gasoline--now at an all- _

Bill Edwards : GENERAL REPAIRING ;Pappy R.olsten, Owner N&Recapping REV. E. G CARTER time high k quality. Moves your car up. in performance while holding j '

for Car A Track: driving costs down. :,,
Starke"66"Wheel International Lifetime j ,
-. ONE DAY SERVICE EVANGELISTB. : a IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA:The popular premium gasoline now.a:an : '
Mufflers i NEW TIRES AT SAVINGSi :aS-tiiac high in : G.
Bi1elr&1'oi.r"YJt- e.A11it\ment.. FIRESTONE 'I' BATTERIES .i! W. SWE T, JSTOR, :, aest ID performance: : t AGENT. .

Ttre!, Batteries Accessories COHPANYfKEHtUCKYj'K.:: -1no / '
Phone 964-0321
Phone 964-8381 t i I Everyone Invited i ': -! V V V STARKE. FLA.
617 N. Temple Starke 528 S. Walnut 964- 8el 301 South Stark* .r .
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Six Sentenced ven two years additional sen- Woman Boys Baseball at Starke. Florida within six i SIXTII DiY OF NOVEMBERFor
1 % j I calendar months from the date' United States Senator
tence after to InjuredAs
pleading guilty
: of the first publication of this'I from the State of Florida
i I4.Cir.cuit Court an escape attempt on Novem- League HostedAt j I notice. Each claim or demand For Representative in Con-
;>> '! must be in writing and must I gress for the 8th Congressional
ber 1. Gerald [Pops] Brown Lake PartyThe i I state the place or residence and I DistrictFor
I : a Negro inmate, was also given Car Flips post-office address of the claimant I Two (%) Justices of the
:}Continued From Page i and must be sworn to by Supreme Court
.On1) two years additional sentence four teams of the lit- the claimant his agent. or his For Judge of the District
Johns' for escape.:He already tle j attorney: or it will betome ,,void' Court ot Appeal for the First
Boys' Baseball
McDermott League will
'to two charges and pleaded.guilty was .I serving a life sentence. Then Bums UpA be guests at a lake party I according July 26, to 1962 law. i i, Appellate}'o.Two District"(2) Railroad and
RUDOLPH H. BRYAN'I Public Utilities Commissioners
given 10 years for attacking sponsored by the Starke Jay- Rudolph H. Bryan. Executor' For one Member of the Houseof

a fellow, inmate with, I ce Frederick Edwards Clearwater, woman. Mrs. cees this Saturday. of the Estate of Mai M. Representatives

,likely to produce great ihodily Mozzlle D. Wilson. 57. was Players of the CommunityState Bryan deceased. For 3 Hembers of the Boardof
First publication on Aug 16, CommissionersFor
harm and was also given, five Funeral Services left in serious condition Sun- Bank team Johns Oil 1962. 3 Members of the Boardof

_ years additional sentence for day in the Alachua General Company Starke Builders' 8-16 it 96NOTICE Public Instruction.In .

.n' escape attempt. Both incidents Held Last Friday Hospital after she was thrown Supply. and Florida Pest Con- have Testimony hereunto Whereof.set my I
from the 1956 Buick convert- trol are asked to meet at the I OF ELECTION band and affixed the
occurred on Dec. 2. !! Be it known that I. Tom Adams ; Great Seal of the State
1901. Frederick Mitchell Edwards, ible in which she was a passenger Little Boys' Baseball Field at I Secretary of State of the State J i (SEAL) of Florida, at Tallahas-
according to TrooperL. 10 a.m. Saturday to leave for 1 of Florida do hereby give notice ', see. the Capital this
_ George Gibby also giAlvarez 20. of Brooker, died Wednesday Kmgsley Lake. I that a GENERAL ELECTION'II the 6th day of August
N. Fowler of the Florida will be held in Bradford County, | .
_ Aug. 8. in Monroe Memorial Highway Patrol. The boys will be served hot I State of Florida on Tuesday I 196 TOM! ADAMS
the first Monday
Hospital Ocala. }Ie The accident occurred at dogs and cokes and will swim I next.sU'l't't'ding in. November A.D.. 1962, the-,;: Secretary of State

Promises was the son of Mr. and Mrs.J. approximately 5:15: p.m. Sun- until about 2pm.SOUTHSIDE I I said Tuesday being the s-16 It 9-6

Fair Play To All V. Edwards. day when the Buick. driven Modern Crews,Home Is Attractive Addition I -

by Carol Louise CHURCH OF
Clayton. 18
l I Other survivors include \\ Clearance! Ladies Mens Wear
of St. Petersburg, was passinga Pictured above is the spacious new home oi Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews that is an at- I CHRIST II
1t three sisters, Sally Alice and 1961 3 Miles South 301 ,
Chevrolet driven by tractive addition in the Floyd Green block 40 West Call StOf modern design, the home i on
Zona Sue Edwards and Mrs. William Ray DuBose Jr.. 30. Sunday Bible Classes 10 SKIRTS I
is constructed of buff brick, and is built on a. U-shaped, plan. Mr. and Mrs. Crews and their i Ladies Dresses
Louise Dykes, all of Brooker.He of Gainesville. According to I.I a. m.; Assembly Worship with I Ladies Girls'
daughter Carolyn moved into their new home several weeks ago.
was a member of the Bap- Fowler. DuBose pulled out I 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting!;

tist Church.- ( from his lane of traffic to I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. i 3 For $1 3.89c

pass a car at the same time up to:; b t'n exceeding $5 arrest fees and bond approvals -' Xotice is hereby given that I __
services heldat
Funeral were Miss Clayton was passing him. KuightExplaills .. fee in each case where bondsare I the County Prosecuting the undersigned Clerk will sell ; Men's Ladies

2 p.m. Friday in Swift All the traffic was going southon estreated. I Attorney's tees, the arrest the to the following highest described bidder for property cash- Ladies, Girls'BLOUSES -

Creek Baptist Church near U.s. 301 four miles southof 'During the present fiscal fees accruing to the county situate in Bradford County : SWIM SUITS
I Lake Butler with Rev. Earl Starke the trooper said. Fee | Florida:
System through the free services of
year, that is since 'October 1! Commencing the West for
Burial was The girl was treated and released i 3 or 7 $119JERRY'S
Haney 45c-3
side of
1st, 1961, until August 6; 1962, the Highway Patrol, and the :! Kingsley Lake Road SOc $1
in the church cemetery. at Alachua General. ;, where the :South line of Lot
County Judge's fees is because
there have .be n 1,421 cases or Block 35 crosses said roadi
When DuBose pulled out To County BoardThe handled through the County the fines assessed: by the Coun- I, n Law ley. Florida run

Bubble Up Beats i into the left lane Miss Clay- Judge's Court of' our county ty Judge usually are far greater thence thence North West 200 200 feet feet. run run I THRIFT SHOP

ton, already in the process of a little less' than half of than the actual cost to the : thence East to the West side

Coke To Become passing DuBose dodged to following open letter to which arose from arrests county of the arrest and con- run of said thence Kingsley South Lake along Road the 118 WEST CALL STREET

t p4iiI Small Fry Champs avoid a collision with him the Board of County Commissioners made by Deputy:Sheriffs and viction. In all fairness, I thinkwe West side of said Road 200

_ I I II Fowler, said. In the process of was released last week the remainder of' which arose may say that the courts feet more, or containing less and one being acre in,

__ II I trounced coke dodging Miss Clayton's Buick rather than particular officer : Section
I Bubble Up by County Prosecuting At- from arrests made by the any 25. Tow nship 5

II cola 43-26 last Friday after- convertible ran off the left torney Hollis V. Knight.It State Highway Patrol. The earn the Fine and For- j South and being, Range in 22 the East Eastern, lying ,

noon in the final of the series side of, the pavement, and was received by the boardat I State Highway Patrol arrests feiture Fund. i i portion of Lawtey Florida: I AUCTION *
__ slid 144 feet sideways before at the South front door of the
). for Small Fry Baseball- its regular meeting Tues- are clear profits,to the County In fairness to the Sheriff's'! County Court House in Starke. '

"',J 1' announcing my candidacy ers. turning over once. The con- day without comment. which receives an arrest department, it does render Uradford County, Florida at SAT. AUG. 25 2 PM
landed but 11:01) AM o'clock ,
vertible upright : on August
'1 for,Chief'of, Police of the city The win gave Bubble Up August 6, 1962 fee at no expense to it. The services in summonsing jur- [ :olst: 1362: pursuant to and in
then caught fire and burned GAINESVILLE FLA.
A of Starke. four out of seven victories and Board of County Commissioners portion of the Fine and For- ors and State witnesses in accordance with the final decree ,
_ I of the completely up Fowler said. He from arrests having an officer i. entered by the Court in Hwy. 26, 6 Mi. E. of Gainesville, (AfechiM Comty: )
r was born, raised and educated made them champions of Bradford feiture Fund. arising vestigations, the above entitled cause.
estimated the damage at $750.
I'' I in Bradford( County.I Starke Small Frys. John Williams County made through the Sher- attending all courts transpor- :, CHARLES A. DARBY 91V2 ACRE RANCHFeaturing
DuBose was charged withan Clerk of the Circuit Court of
'am a. tax; payer and have was the manager for Starke, FloridaRE iff's Office may,fairly be said tation of prisoners and oper- Bradford County, Florida
raised my family and educated the Champs. improper lane change while to be $7.50 times'711 [half of ating the county jail, which (Circuit Court Seal) 3 bedroom. 2 bath. modern ranch style borne wfth to.aay .
1962-1963 Budget
modern built-in
being passed, Fowler said, : HOLUS V KNIGHT features. Approximately 100 head o* cattle. M
,them here.. I expect to live the Gentlemen: the cases] or 533250.: In addition produce little or no revenue !I :Starke Florida of good machinery Over..z ml. paved highway 26 frontage, rawed.
I remainder! of my life in Starke. Practice To and was given a summons to not more-than. 25 defendants but which are legitimate Attorney for Plaintiff all-purpose buildings. fences are finest and water plentiful. The* P- .
Begin appear in court. According to Many people have been deceived It 8-16 ductwe ranch is a SHOW PLACE and has everything. Ideal far. M*.
I I have had three years experience posted property county expenses. i;I division, horse-cattle farm industrial sites. speculation etc. ,...isa
the the. two to the County Fine ----
the For BHS BandThe trooper cars were as arrest [the Thanking I remain held under large rain-proof tent. Fun entertainment print.
on police force in;: bonds upon their you IN COlXT1Jl'nG"1 COl'ltT.IX ,
never in contact. and Forfeiture Fund, as one TERMS: 20b down at auction.
IA' Sta.rke". which qualifies me for balance ,of ;the;defendants appearing Yours truly VMI FOIl IlKADFOIUl balance
Bradford; High School The exact extent of the Wil- officer has for years perris- : KNIGHT I .OtVr\', FLORIDA.In .
the : on ,a'mere written no- HOLLIS V.
< Oman's injuries not tently claimed to have made re: Estate of CALL FOR FREE APPRAISAL
I I promise, if elected, to serve Band will start rehearsals on son was .tice or giving cash bonds The County Prosecuting Attorney. j Mai M. Bryan, deceased.
4 the people of Starke to the Wednesday Aug. 22, at 9 a.m. known. Fowler said, exceptthat all moneys coming into that Sheriff's Office :earns $2 for __ ,\ \O1ICU: TO CREDITORS' of GRISSOM-KEMP AUCTION CO.
All creditor of the estate I
best; of, my;ability? showing fair- "All band members should be one leg was broken in fund. !. each property bond approved. IN THE CIUfllT COIRT OF )lai\1. Bryan deceased, are I "Florida's Most Economical Auction Co."
present," says director Elden two places and that her collar This fund in fact, arises TilE EIGHTH J IHCHI. (lICUlT hert-b notified and required to
new And ,partiality to all.'yout' so you may. add, this to the 337 N. Ferncreek.. Orlando. Florida. GA 4-0954"
; : OF PLOHII1V AM) I file any claims or demands. I
bone also broken. She .
Mathews. "There are only was from the collections of fines '
: vote .rand support are Sheriffs contribution' to ,the FOR BHAUrOKU COlM'l: 'winch they may have against
earnestly soli ited. nine schooldays before the was thrown through the top and court costs in both the : Fine and ''.:Forfe1thre. Fund or IX CHANCKIM. Iud estate of the office of the MUCIIONMOl'
football 'these of the convertible the trooper Judge's Court and the MORTGAGE FOIinCLOSlRECASE county judge of Bradford Coun- \
first game, so County
$ Thinks, another $50.. ; .. J 0. 13114N. 1)'. Florida in the courthouse
J.tW.; (BUCK) ALVAREZ practice sessions will be very said. Circuit Court, but the County The..reason that: the Fine' L. Knight, A widow,

i *'((Pd. fol. Adv.) important." Judge assesses over 90 per and 'Forfeiture:fund'so.. greatly vs. Plaintiff,
ASC Committee cent of the fines collected on r J. J. Smith and Elizabeth
:J exceeds the.amountof the
\ I- convictions as the Circuit Smith,
Nominees Named
Sheriff's contribution through Defendants.
-- .I Court convictions usually results NOTICE OF SALE

Election of the ASC County in penitentiary senten- ----- ----. I!

,I Committee for Bradford \ I II II I

County will be held during the ces.In each arrest there is a I 20 Words or less, one time __________ .95 Memorials Resolutions< ________ 5e per word

_j GULF QUALITY period Aug. 20-30,, with vot- $7.50 fee either assessed directly THE GAINESVILLE If not paid in advance ______________ 1.06 Cards:, 01 Thanks, up to 50 words _____ 2M

ing by mail. as'in past years. as cost, or taken into i Keyed: or Blind Ads ___________ 1.00 Over 50 uord ______.-.... .__.__ 5c per word
Felix Sapp chairman of the consideration in fixing the
I Each additional word o\rr 20 _____ 03 Display ads in Classified! ______ 1.50 per IncJI
County Agricultural Stabilization fine, attributable to the -

and Conservation 'Committee of the arresting officer. NURSING CENTER RENTALS

III SALE! ..announces the follow- Likewise, there is a $5 con- Sustantial 2 bed room CB 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS

II. ing slate of nominees for the viction fee for each convic- house with glassea-in: porch in & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

election: tion attributable to the efforts Is now-being i completely renovated.Modern CIty.
New very modern 3 bed room 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Felix Sapp. Rt. 2, Starke. of the County Prosecuting At- \ frame
jI house. modern
conven- Furniture Repaired
Foster Shi Smith. Starke. a $7.50 fee in each :} ,
orney; :nursing. home care with old-fashioned attention iences on U.s. 301.
L. L. Dyal Brooker.Z. case is also attributable to the I I Mercantile CB building 1 mile I Upholstered & Refinished
to the ,needs of the individual.MODERATE Read The Classifieds!
W. Hamilton Brooker. efforts of the Judge, and South of Lawtey on U.S. 301. MATTRESSES REBUILT

I ; ., Compare our price on'your N. G. Hayes Sr., Brooker.B. these fees are fixed and allowed -\ I Ideal eral store.for curb grocery or gen- IF YOUR flAME I!:II New Innersprings

E. Reddish, Lawtey. While the Judge is ''I RATES : Each of these properties for FOUND AMONG THE:I and Box Springs

Ned Coleman, Rt. 1, Starke. not directly paid from fees, II ; : .. ;. I rent or sale.A. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL\I. Drop Us A Card or Call

size tire now! Wade Gaskins, Rt. 2, Starke.W. he having a fixed salary the I II I Phone FR6.62U' -. J. THOMAS, -Realtor-- AT THE TELEGRAPH i PALATKA EA 5-9168

H. ,Maxwell Hampton. County Prosecuting Attorneyis I. i CRESCENT COURT I STARKE 964-5934
iI i [Under New Management]
Paul Meng.Rt. 1, Starke.To directly paid from arrest MRS. PEGGY SIIALLEB
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be elected from this fees. He likewise receives 10 I 'I Starke, Agent
group are three regular committee per cent of_ bond estreatures ROOMS I .
: ..: members and two alternates '--'._. : '. ,_ _- ,.. : .. d '_ ,_ ._. '--,.. .. ..- --. -_- 'f... ,,:' Weekly & Monthly Rates EVINBUDE motors and Well- ___ J_LStarlingLOOKING ___
> who will serve for .2'2' MILES SOUTH STARKEON craft fiberglass boats.: You ,I FOR A PLACE TO

one year, starting Oct. 1, I U.S. 301 can't buy better. and the prices BUILD. Large lot 165' x 220'
II 4tchg 9-6 !i
I -- are reasonable. Easy terms \z mile north of City Limits.
1962.Questions E. W. LeachINSURANCE_ can be arranged. Franchised just off Rt. 16. '56 model
on eligibility to --- dealer. NORTH FLORIDA I i Chev. car in good cond. Will

vote and hold office will be TfRWILLEGAR MOTORS AT REDUCED RATES SUPPLY. 412 E. Call St. i trade for late model car or
ti I determined by the county i AUTO FIRE BOAT _ ___, tf_chg i i' station 2 Box wagon.141-A2.J. Starke J. Fields.Eve-Rt.

., committee, subject to appealto iI DOYLE E. CONNER YOUR OLD WATCH will i flings after 6 or weekendi .
the state committee. Generally INSURANCE AGENCY make the down payment on a
an eligible voter mustbe I I Phone 961.1501 beautiful new Bulova at i, -_2tD 8-23

I ____ _tfchg. Dahmers Discount House. WE DON'T
bona fide farmer farm
/r.\\\\ owner a who is eligible or to take LISTINGS WANTED All -_ tfchg 'Sell you we help you buy.
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typesStrout Realty P. O. Good selection of new and
.. part in one or more of the Annual ClearanceBank Box 307. Starke. Phone 468-' FOR land. SALE creek CHEAP-2 large house acres on used 8' and 10' wide Mo
administered by the
.. programs 1766.__ tf_ chg I' paved road. Only $3,500 with \, bile Homes.
ABC county committees.Mr. FOR SALE- Home like new $400.00 down- balance easy. I j LAKE GENEVA

oC Sapp points out that near Starke depot. Good termsto I Strout Realty. U.S. 301 So. TRAILER PARK
11 Ii&A''UT & I !
M' this annual election is one in desirable purchaser. HollisV. Starke. Florida. phone 468- : 1 mi. SE of

( which all eligible farmers Knight. 4t chg..8-16 1766. Waldo. It chg Keystone Hts
... -- ---- -- -- -- --- -- '---- on Route 100
,. should feel a duty to partici- FOR SALE I MAKE RESERVATIONS
; tfchg
Ready mix concrete concrete I Kindergarten Now! Phone 964-
.... .. 36Months !'
pate.Any FOR
person may vote whois block piers, fence posts, sand 9374. Mama Priest chg 8-30 SALE Palomino mare
$200. Phone
'" of legal voting age who Financing ; cement,mortar mix rock,steel II J. R.-Taylor- ---, at 1517 E. Bessent 964-0694 Rd. or Sonny see

of't.. I has an interest In a farm as oyster shell, limercck:: and roof I I Tenlv: :. 2t chg 8-!!

..... an owner, tenant, or share- gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg j I FOR RENT Furnished Apartments DUE TO PROMOTION Watkins -

cropper, and who is eligibleto Bradford Engineering Co. I 1 & 2 bedrooms. has opening in this area
GULF NOW ONLY -- ---- -- we nay lights and water. Contact -
take in of the for live-wire man. 23 to 64.
.. part one BUSINESS Fruit and nov- !i 431 Center St. or Bulling- ROUTE
farm programs administered elties and etc. Ready for op I ton Appliances. Phone Day WORK. Earn $75.00
by the committee. Also. any eration. See today. Going at 1 964-6551. Night 964-7191. : to $150.00 per week. Car ne- v
-I $$1495 I NEWJ962 Falcon TudorStock sacrifice price and terms. cessary. For personal inter
person not of legal voting age. $$1695 Strout Realty. U.S. 301 So. :H _ ____tfchg view in vour area write Field-

but who is in charge of the Starke. Fla. Phone 468-1766. I FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. I man 659 West Peachtree St.

: TJlE1 supervision and conduct of FC575 Full Price Waldo. Fla. It chg ,' on one acre lot in citv. Reas -f."E Atlanta. 4t chg 8-31

= 1 ..- the farming operations on an FOR SALE House and---lot-''I' onable. Heat. attic fan. All BE SURE to Me vToRLfl
Plus Tax aDd Old entire farm, is eligible to at 710 East Adkins St. Starke tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. BOOK before t tin* any en
750 x 14 Tire from Your Car. $3.200. 8-24 tfchg cyclopedia. M. A. Payne yeuf
.. vote. In cast of Joint owner- 2tp I

... ship by two or more individuals NEW 1962 Ford Pickup HOUSE FOR RENT 307 !I.! COLONIAL FLORIST i! Box local 603 representative Ph. 964-3794 since tfcag 18M.

] each is an eligible voter. $$1695 Lafayette! St. Open Sunday 3.
.. o o.m._ 1 t chg Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. '! NICE BUILDING LOT on BUT
Nylon, Tubeless 0 Non.skid design Each voter Is entitled to -- -- Santa Fe. Also 4 in
[ Flowers wired any place. Flowers acres good
.'Black vote ballot only, and FULL PRICE FOR RENT: New. spacious. :I'
sidewall Wide, flat tread on one unfurnished apartments. Good for all occasions locally. residential section eaat of
voting by is not allow Southside School on Colley Rd.
location. Aoplv Mrs. Slade. 605 Phone 646291. 506 East Nofji
Minimum warranty on Gulf Cushion Riyen Tin-12 mtntht. able. In the case of partner- Alton Road Starke. tf chg i See Billy Jackson Central
.. lilt Cushion minimum | St. tfchg Truck Lines. tf car
Tire-11 months
Nylon wjrrantyat -
ship farms the vote may be
tlijhtly kighir priel.AMAZING _Floyd Crosby I I
-_. . cast by either partner, and acorporation's WHILE THEY LAST! FOR--- RENT Two bedroom i i FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. FOR seed. SALESl Baled hay and white pure clover bred

vote may be house adjoining Starke high | 2 baths. large utility room. !I Angus Bulls. Phone 964-1651.
GULF GUARANTEEIf. cast by an authorized officerof crhool SolO wr mo. Mrs. D. iKnipJt. | separate dining room J B. White. tfchg
for any reason (ixcept for malicious willful intentional. rtfimiM u&iltllt! corporation.. ; :344 N. Walnut St. 'i iPf screened front porch. Lot 2 ,
). your Culf brand tiri clOtS not prow serviceable for it* utiratuarafttttd "Because of the vital part I I 27 New Cars and Trucks To Select From >T\P P -2f\11.\ 2t chit.16__ j acres. 1126 West Madison. FOR SALE- Gallon Jugs 5c
_ minimum lifitimc. wlxa used for Mncommtrcial! turpous, you Phone 964-1001. tfchg ea. Florida Theatre or Barks-
art MtitW to u adjwtmwt as follows: If till causa is dtftctivt workmansk .. the ASC county committee FOR RP.NTTrailer: spaces j I ., dale' 2 t chg 8-23
tt mattrUI. you will rtcnvt a n iiw tire wftheat ckarts. tf tilt causait -
-. any ether raasoa. Culf will npair it without charti or offtr you a plays in'the farming affairsof with patios. Close to snooping ,I PEYTON noRIS.r-I HELP WANTED: Experienced
_ rand .sw,tiri allowmc credit for that portion if the wchasa' tnconprtsinted the county, it Is important center Westmoreland Trailer 119 S. THOMPSON ST. hair stvlist. male or female.

Bf till uaustd.iwrutitd...... ..tnwunim. life of the tire. that each farmer give serious I, with Clyde erwiIlegar NOW! Park Phrme 964-5941.11---chst'-- PHONE 964-4155 I Aonlv Glamoree Hair Stylist.

REGISTER NOW for adult 9691022'DISTINC'fIYE I 353 N. Temple. Phone 86441 -
consideration to the men elected NIGHT 964-3891 or
evening classes. Mail your I *" 2t chg 8-23
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to these Chair FLOWERS
ours* selections to L. H. Gibcon. -;\ I
'Jimmy Moore's man Sapp said. And Save Hundreds Of Dollars Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00,i We Wire Flowers Anywhere FOR RENT Furnished 2

All information concerningthe I -" I- fee per course. Negro adults ]i tfchg i bedroom house, nice location.
STARKE TIRE SALES Fenced Yard. Contact Mrs.
election be obtained' '''jntart Prof. Thompkins. RJj j! 1

-I5.1Y. Madison Ph. 9645791tr by contacting may the, County Agricultural In Starke 206 W. Madison Phone 964-3381 v.FOUND School.- Two does. Black tfche j i\ ft.FOR plywood SALE-boat.1961 trailer Pelican and 14 !1. Edna Stone. Koch Drug 2tp 8-23

Stabilization and
I ; nhJw1 male- brown cur. nule. 10 ho Evinrude motor. All in SALVAGE15 room house.
i Conservation Service Off 1ee.'/ ,-'b- ; -. .... T1pntifv and rjav advertisineand good condition. 35000. Can Make. offer. John Torode. 213

located in the Agricultural ; and honrd.H.. Glee. Rt be seen alter 6 p.m. at 1115 S. Cherry St. Starke. Phone

Building,in Starke., . J 2. Box 69-A. Itp Pratt St. tf chg 969-2011. tfchg
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Braclf oril County TelegraphSTARKE


.n.Y't'TTl'yn.'nn" ,:|junior grades. night. parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. An ,-.-.-.-- VTYVYTYTTYTYYTTY
PersonalsRev. YYYYtBayless and children and Mrs. Cora daughters were guests of Mr. about letting them run aroundin
Grace Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Turner -
and Mrs. L. T. Howe and Jannis of Jacksonville, HL and Mrs. Marcus Conner and the woods. Oscar Crosby
schedule: Church School, 9:45: a. of Live Oak visited Mr.
RAIFORD were guests of their father, children at their lake home and Jerry Dyal killed a large
m. Worship, 11 a. m. :MYF each children are vacationing in the and Mrs. 1[. L. Turner recently.: HiwayBy
G. C. Lovell. over the week- Sunday afternoon. rattler in the drivewayat
By Enia Blanchard Wednesday, 8 p. m. Rev. E. L. mountains of North Carolina. Marvin Warren of Jacksonville swamp
Ferris of Penney Farms will be We are pleased to note that visited his parents during By Mrs. Nancy C. Tompkins Airs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA end.Guests Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones church Wednesday. On the

&&&&&&& &A LA Li guest speaker on Sunday: Aug. Sidney Hansen is at home after the week. -.---.......-.......- of Mr. and Mrs. I* and daughters were weekend way home we saw anotherone
church News 19. several days in St. Vincent's Miss Arthurine Blanehavd of C. Padgett Thursday were guests of her brother and sis but failed to kill him.

The WMS of the First Bap-' First Baptist: Sunday School, Hospital. Jacksonville spent the weekend Rev. Allen Price brought a Church News Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters of ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. They are crawling now and

tlst Church met Monday night 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. m. Friends of Mrs. Effie Miner: with Miss Enza Blanchard. wonderful message Sunday We had a wonderful atten- Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman of Oklawaha.
need to be extra careful.
Aug. 13, with the president, Training Union, 7 p. m. Eve- will regret to learn that she Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Norton morning There were 103 in dance at church Sunday I Joe Waters of Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones ;

Mrs. Bobby Dyal, presiding.II ning Service, 8 p. m. Milweek is con/ined to Bradford Cwnty and children are spending their Sunday School and an extra morning and evening. Among Friends of Rudolph Sapp of and family were also guestsof NOTICE OP NAMES OP
large congregation Albany, Ga. will be interested I the Herbert Normans.We PERSONS APPEARING TO BE
Other officers are :Mrs. George'L. Services each Wednesday, 3 p. Hospital. vacation visiting points of in at church. the visitors were Mr. and Mrs. I OWNERS OF ABADOXED
terest in Arkansas.Bill Rev. and Mrs. Price had as Jake Parrish and to know that he will enter a are sorry to report that PROPERTY
Shuford In the absence children
vice president, and m. of the pastor, Miss Elizabeth Terry has! resigned -
Dobbs who ;5s their guests this week Mr. and and hospital in Alabama this week Grandma Norman is still crit- Pursuant to Section 13 of
employedin Wayne
Mrs. Rev. L. T. Howe Rev. her Thomas of Win-
L. T. Howe, Paul from position as Chapter 717, Florida Statutes,
secretary- Albany, Ga. Mrs. Clarence McCormick of for treatment.Mr. ically ill at the home of her
Travis of Keystone conducte manager of the Lawtey Junior made his usual ter Garden, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan entitled 'Florida Disposition of
treasurer.The weekend visit with his family. Port St. Joe. McDade and and Mrs. Jake Parish daughter, Mrs. Maude Morris Unclaimed Property Act" notice
midweek service last Wednes- High School cafeteria. Miss children, and is hereby given that the persons
Methodist Vacation Bible day night. Rev. E. C. Harvey of Terry was an efficient worker Mrs. Charlie Bowen of Palat- Mr. and Mrs. Layman Bat- Mrs. Cora Jannis and daugh and children of Winter Gar- in Gainesville. We all pray listed below appear to be the
School ka spent the latter part of the ten of Hawthorne ter, all den, Wayne Thomas of Orlando for her recovery. owners of unclaimed personalor
opened Monday morning Whitehouse will bring the rues and will be missed by the fac. were Thurs Jacksonville, BL, intangible property presumed
for week with her son-in-law and day guests of their Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and ]Mrs. Billy Corp. Julian O. Mizell of abandoned.
a five-day session of classes sage Sunday morning, Aug. 19, ulty and students. I Billy Crosby,
Crosby and children of Jack- the USN, San Diego, Calif. is Information concerning: the
and Dale daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nancy Thornton.Mrs. and Mrs. J. H ,
Spence of
for Bradley of Starke will 1 Jacksonville -
Peter of the
kindergarten, primary, and Jenkins of Jacksonville amount or description
Higginbotham. sonville were guests of Rev. home on two weeks furlough.He .
be the guest speaker Sunday the I Nell Hall and children_ Fla. property and the name and ad-
spent week with his grand- Mr. and- Mrs.. -- -P.- V. -Ph-:_iinc.. -:i left Tuesday for several days n n Don't and Mrs. C. A. Crosby this is visiting with his parents, dress of the holder may be obtained

of Waynesville, N. C. are speid-, visit with their grandmother, each Sunday forget our services weekend. Mrs. Parish and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mizell. interest by any in persons the property possessingan by
-, ing a few days in their vacation Mrs. V. G. Hall, at Green morning and children remained for a week's Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- addressing an inquiry the RayE.
$ .:!: ;T. home here. Their Cove evening. Also prayer service visit with her parents. Mr. man were visiting his mother, Green, State Comptroller as
1-- '' grandson, Jim- Springs. .
> ,
? '' Administrator Abandoned Prop-
h:;: ''::;:'':'<' ''' and choir practice
"..,,.,,,.:>,w< '>'/:=J;:'; ",>'.,, mie Hall, is visiting them. Mrs. Drew Sweat entertained Wednesday Parish and Wayne returned Mrs. Maggie Norman, Satur- erty Division, Capitol Tallahas.
> night.
"N w.'" ''r. is invited to see, Florida. Be sure to mention
.. "':;t,;;: .>>' Mr. and Mrs. Early Padgettand Monday night home Sunday afternoon.Mr. day afternoon.Mr. .
v .x;.*'.:""' with a birth attend these account number, name and ad-
'" ....$'..";..,..,. children were visiting Mr. day party honoring her services. and Mrs. John Spence and Mrs. C. C. Crosby dress, as published In this no-
r : daughter -
"' !-
v' ., .... Birthday Dinner for tics. Unless proof of ownershipis
Padgett's mother and daughter of Jacksonville were called to Jacksonville
in West Florida Ramona, on her 12th presented to the holder by
Sunday. birthday. There were 27 members of Bayless Hi- spent part of last week with because of the illness of their September 25, 1962, the propertywill
r' ',:..,..;....', Jimmie guests way Church gave the pastora Mrs. be delivered to the Admini
daughter, Mrs.
+>'( Waters, who '. with Textile Motors, Inc. played during the evening. surprise birthday dinner and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. Mrs. Sunday morning. Mrs. must be directed to the

wash dishes \\ was a weekend visitor of his The birthday cake was in the Sunday immediately after the Crosby and her guests enjoyed Crawford is a little better at Administrator.1-0251-0021 Smith, W. P..

,. your : parents, :Mr. and Mrs. James 1*.. shape of a doll with a full noonday service. Jerry Dyal fishing on the St. Johns this writing.We Starke Florida.
and J. R. Kelly Ray E. Green
:;:- Waters. skirt. Guests presented Rev. River two days. want to warn everyone
f enjoyed ice Administrator.
}d! :i;; Recent visitors of :Mrs. T. L.i cream, sheet cakes, cookies, decorated Crosby with two beautifully ,\ Little Kelly Raulerson of I with children to be careful As 8-9 2t 8-18
/ Wainwright were Jack Wain: and pink lemonade. Mrs. baked by Mrs. Gainesville spent Sunday afternoon I

I 4 it)., wright and family of Waycross, Sweat was assisted in caring Gordon lah Jones and Mrs. Beu- with his grandparents -' BRING THE

:ie.\ r Ga., and Louie L. Wainwrightof for her guests by Mrs. 'Nell Rev. Kelly. The church gave Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly r ENTIRE FAMILY!
t Tallahassee.Mrs. Crosby a large birthday
'} |U wayelectrically &M Hattie Dai i ley and lovely Ramona gifts. received many card containing enough mon- -Little Stevie and Speedie S .
grandson, Joey ey to buy him a suit. A most
Bennett have Mrs. Dr
Marilyn Buehne of delicious Crosby of Lake Butler spent
returned after a visit with relatives Chicago, Ill. is dinner was servedat
visiting her weekend with their grand-
t &i': yy. : in Daytona Beach. Mrs.I parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. guests the church. About 100 parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
: .' Richard Bennett and son accompanied Denninson, and her sister and enjoyed this occasion Crosby.Mr. Swim In The Best Water In Florida
j .. j them home. Elaine Ben- family Mr. Crosby. DELICIOUS FOOD
and Mrs. Don Al- and Mrs. Read Lewis WATER SKIING
., -f nett, who PersonalsMr.
: been
111 "d visiting Mr. varez. and children of Wiggins, Miss., FISHING PREMIUM BEERS
.< and Mrs. L. g. Tanner and Mrs. Susie Alvarez of Bradford and Mrs. Eldon Sapp are spending two weeks visiting I .' BOWLING SOFT DRINKS

iM i/ /\k kI family, returned home with her is visiting relatives in visited his sister, Mrs. Agnes their parents, :Mr. and I o DANCING MUSICKINGSLEY
parents. Heath '
t Raiford this week. in Fort Lauderdale Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. and
Miss Vera Crews and Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Perdue and her last week. Mrs. C. Atkinson of Brooker, BEACH

I Merle Boatwrfcht of Jacksonville sister Mrs. Blanche Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Irvin McDade and other relatives. "ON BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE"
hr spent the weekend with of Jacksonville, came by Mrs. Dewy Woods and ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews, and Thursday and got their aunt,1 t .. 1
Mr. and Mrs.

,Q right. Warren Boat- to Mrs.Swift Bessie Creek Sapp Church, and to went attend iI i I I Prices Reduced For Clearance!

Mrs. l;. C. Hilliard and mother Mr. Edwards' funeralMr. I

Mrs. Steve Starling, visited Edwards was Mrs. Sapp's I
ICrd. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frigo in nephew.

Jacksonville during the week. Mrs. Ernestine Kittler had I

Mrs. Louise Smith of Tampa' as her Sunday guests, Mr. ,I { ... !

., recently visited :Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. Irvin Connell and I fib r: ; Choose from Many Models
and Mrs. Lu Norman. Her granddaughter of Jackson ;

mother Mrs. Nell Osteen, who ville, Mrs, Bertice Jones and I 1v'Y
I has been visiting here for sev- daughters of Raiford, and Ifi FRIGIDAIRE

C I eral weeks, 'returned witn her. three daughters of Lake City. s'Y ''I PRODUCT Of GENERAL, ttOTORO
P. She had 15 dinner
guests besides
Methodist Church the family. .. -- 'f AS LOW AS $199 95 With

electric dishwasher ends the Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat I l lr "* e Trade

Schedule for week of August and daughter, Ramona, and aY y r

tedious daily 19: Glenda Gramling spent,i I ,' ;t \ Never, no NEVER needs defrosting. Exclusive
chore..foreverlI Thursday- Lake
Sunday City as tM
Church School, of Frigidaire Frost-Proof system
guests MrsSweat's
_ Throw away your' flHsdothd! Wash your plates,glaffiGSi fiiTGP,6Vd pOt8 SSa p809 isdlsbel 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship er and sister-in-law, broth-I. stops freezer frost before it can form!
the way you light your home... the Electric Dahwasber..endoutthey'Releetricaly. 11 ajn. Snack for MY?, 6:30: Mrs. Willard Gramling. -'" Huge Freezer stores 100 pounds-separate
Save the EXTRA HOURS come"sanitized"dean m water far hotter p.m. Youth Meetings, 7 p.m. Jay Moody of sib I insulated door.
for the thii :you reaDy Eke to do.A modem than yotabaads ecdd ftI'! staDel...mI: Evening Worship 8 pjn. The I Jacksonville I I v t 1l .
was the Friday guest of his r Full-width full-depth shelves let
Electric Dishwashef ends tfxt timo dried automaticallyl!AIl far only pmn 'a WSCS and Wesleyan Service ,
cocsuming messy monotonousburner chore WrmthoftbeapelectzktySaratargeamdyp Guilds are sponsoring attend- mother-in-law, Mrs. Ada Kel- store lots more in spacious Refrigerator
end ly. ,_ '
eves. f For featured values and easy terms see ance at the evening worship Section.
No mom dirty dishwater,cr-& 'shpm"" the bnilt-ia and portable dishwashers at services during August. Mrs. Ernestine Kittler, Mrs. I Store nearly 3.4 bushel of fruits and vege-

Ltod, Of after-dm er arguments as to :jtrardectzic anaiunoB dealer or plumb- Inez Addison, Ernest Addison, tables in twin Porcelain Enamel Hydrators.

vfatflbefe waeh and djy.Just stack'OCr fcgFLORIDA m itracto.ame Monday Sub-district M- Catherine Kittler, Mr. and\ ;, Storage door with compartmented egg
YP meeting at Worthington Mrs. Monroe Kittler and i .
I a, : :L4 ti shelf, butter compartment, extra-deep door
Springs Methodist'Church.Tuesday Franklin Kittler all attendedthe
funeral of Clifton Kittler! shelf.
-ikOHf1 WSCS monthly
Thursday in Gainesville. ; Famed Frigidaire Dependability!
business and program meet-
Mrs. K. D. Conner enter-
era cftrai toot :
rr EIed x, + Model
c No.
10 FPD 14T62FREE
bhwoiler l.. ajn. tained in her lovely new
WednesdayPrayer Meet home Monday night with a '
POWER & COKPAHYt your fc M forJtfOMUON
._ ?fcttueIM elrari ing and Bible Study, 7:0: pm miscellaneous shower honor-
ettno noMM ing Mrs. Edwin Banks. Cake
Thursday Chancel Choir
and punch were served to the I
rehearsal, 7:30 _
p.m. 0
32 guests. The hostess Presented -
the honoree with an electric -
rE -

r" : : :,': ,>',:.>" ".. ,:, '"'::' : :::.;.:, : ':: ., <;';;:: ;' ':" ;;f i; t ::"'.; ; :'....:':":':,':::: ; i;!:::: f i f..1.. Mrs.iron.Marvin Culver and I ; .." PrE __ _
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"; : ., ':.i' ;: :i;":=:: ': ':' :",,:.<,< :", ': :: ., ,: ,.. :::::f tjit: ;i :; :;;,:, son, and Mrs. Fred- yg ANDs
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'''..'.'..'... ,.... .... "". ': fl .. :" ", ,,,, ..,, ,,,:, ,, die Cox and son and daughter
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',:: : --. --. '." : :::: f'i\":":.." .:'r' :.';...;.FJ..."::.:.....f,":.':'...:..;::..:t\.' ,:''.:, of Jacksonville were week-

.: \\8 L' ,. ..; D.::: tf: ::::;: .,:LIe.: ": :--::::.:.:'::':":,:;::': end and grandmother guests of their, Mrs.mother Myrtle P,Pt. \ ;.

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: : ,, ": .":,"M ; .,". ,:" :-. :.. .::. Mrs. Ernestine Kittler had,i .Sr

;, ; : ; -1' c. : : ; ;.i" # -J'cl: :: :; as guests her Mrs.Friday Effie evening Nouneon dinner of sxj,

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'$I "''' ;: < :-' : :':':' Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs.
; ): '? 4I :" "" :'r;. :"" ,, \.:':.:. :';: .t: ; ;; ; ,:' ((411: :' ; Kite t
,! ./ :: ;, ::::'rt;* ;::a Faymon and two child- $ y ;h S

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'': ,' ,:::::) ; ;) r:< O. B. Garden z Mr. and Mrs. Tai

(' ., ,; ... .". .'.,' Monroe Kittler and son, Wood-
:, row Wade Andrews of Lake v To Every

Butler, Mrs. Inez Addison, "..

Edward Addison, Mr. and Mrs. i i Lady Model RS-35-62

Alfred Addison, Jerry Bryant, : 3io de lWCDA 62
:! --L and Franklin Kittler and ATTENDING Fully Automatic Frigidaire

__ children. ... I i
Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs and son, I .rte Ot' OSNlfa MO' ORS OUR SALE Electric Range In Color

Raymond, of Lacrosse were I I
Thursday guests of Mr. and I
Mrs. Jim Conner. Raymond'

stayed over for a longer visit Automatic detergent, bleach and dye dispenAutomati I1y, Cook-Master can start and stop

with his grandparents. i sers.

Michael [Bud] Dobbs returned -I, Automatic rinse conditioner dispenser (op- oven-cooks dinner while you're away.

1 v : Thursday from Ft i tional).

Hood Texas, where he has : Recessed Spill-Guard Recessed toe '
top. space. Broil to Perfection-with deep radiant heat!

LLI'I. ,,'" '" -_- _. i _, ,"., .,. ..' ., ".......-- ----.....i.'h: ) '' :>>>. .__,..,_____,, ;,...JRambler's been stationed for some time I': Two-speed mechanism ((2 spin, 2 agitates
in the U.S. Army. He is home
eeds with sealed transmission.
for good now. He is the son !, Unlimited heat settings from SIMMER to
Lid! switch all action when lid is
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. i safety stops

record sales mean record savings for youRambler Mr. and Mrs. David Hend- raised. HIGH for all 4 surface units.
ricks and children of Jackson- I! Automatic safety spin stop (unbalanced load).

Ambassador vine were weekend guests of 1-Year Warranty for repair of any defect plus
American-Unchallenged Econo- Rambler Classic-More headroom than any 250 HP Rambler V8Mostmy 'I
King.Rambler has delivered most miles other U.S. car. The car with the Best of luxurious, finest-performing Rambler ofper their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 4-Year Protection Plan for furnishing replacement Choice of 4 colors or white!
of all in all. Spaciously comfortFROM 'Willie Carter and Mr. and 'i for defective
gallon cars FROM Both: big-car room,perFROM any part in trans-
economy runs.Full CJA3A* formance, compact-car frttfnn* .Spectacular action Mrs. Butler Hendricks. 'I mission. .
family room. America's ?ill 104 economy, handling. 3/1 < /U from 250 HP V-8 (270 $5266 Rev. and Mrs. James Seaa; Rinse temperatures automatically selected. FRIGIDAIRE DEPENDABILITY, TOO!

lowest price to boot! JSUui Room for six 6-footers! TJ month per HP optional). mono ley and three daughters of'I'! Regular cycle-warm. Delicate cycle-cold.

Pelham. Ga., and Rev. and I
Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs of LaCrosse I :MANY MODELS TO
*Monthly payments based on/ manufacturers suggested SAVE SAVE
retail pricesforlowest-priced-door sedans,with V down were Sunday guests oil $
federal payment taxes,36-month paid. Does contract not ftith Indude normal optional carrying equipment charges, RAMBLER American Motors-Dedicated to Excellence Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner. I 199.95Trade

transportation, insurance,state and local taxes, if Iny.fI'III Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning \
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank I -

Perry have just returned from t 355 N. Temple Phone
I lr<' DODD'S AUTO SALES visiting relatives in Chattanooga \ GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES

528 s. Walnut at, Starke, Fla. Dayton, and other pla- Avenue 964-7311

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? 4 -f -i4, : -' r4 days with Mrs. J. F. Herring

HIGHLIGHTS I GRANDIN recently. Mrs. Herring returned -

., ;!, *fr Airport LeaseFor to Georgia with them fora
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1y'hryK.S haeftei week's vacation.
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By Charleyene
John Hodges of Dinsmore
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I i4 and Mrs. E. J. Hutson.
[ 4.- Mr.
Pirellis Jo LaFollette b of Jacksonville : : Lt. Col. and Mrs. James
and Miss Faye -
r ; -Mati* : Mikell has returned -
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Bride of Roger* fl'Phelps Beauchamp of Stl dS 1 : "Mrs. ,_ ; tk4tt Is Approved d'"i iict1L. Sikes and children of Augusta Johnny from the University of

Miss Phyllis Jo LaPollette Fountain and Mrs:'Bivenire'' t Ga., and Fred Tison of Florida where he has been

was married' to'* Rodger W. sisters of"the bride ret i* 1 .- a Hawthorne visited Col. Sikes' I attending summer school.

Phelps on Saturday. August Mr. Phelps had his"besman" parents Mr. and Mrs. H. B. I
as "
The Keystone'HeIghts Town I Willard K. Cumbus has returned -
4, at the RJdgewood -BaptIst -his" brother, Donald O. t ,iL Council in a special meetinglast 1 __ r : 4$ Sikes, for a few days. from Putnam Memorial -

Church in Doctor's,Inlet.. Phelps of1 Orlando. Ushers z- : t ,. W. C. Burnes has returned
Friday night. 'approved a F Hospital after a short !Stay
MIsS LaPollette is the were Myron Prevail Jr. of ._ lease of home from Doctors Hospitalin
'- one strip'at the Key-
: iIc ., due to a back injury-
I I'i -. Starke. He ill
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Keystone eights Ja m e's tone Airport to a Gainesville was very but Cemetery Associationmet
w Paran
Vern LaPollette of Doctor's Stock of Interiachen; Harold group for the purpose of _J1' we are glad to report that he at the church last Saturday -

Inlet; while Mr. Phelps.is the Williams of Starke, and"Dr. : is well on his way back to
holding- drag races twice / to attendto
1 and
LO(1V .. ._ ... health. for
'.r. good
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Arthur V. Phelps of Pittsburgh: I ,. monthly.The I business.
o Phelps of Keystone Pa. { Acting1'Postmaster Gladys TilliV > lease' is for a period'of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barryof Visitors some at the Paran Church

Heights. "? ..:. Flower girls 'were 'Darlene Given Award F Service one year, with option to renew -1i -,. Oak Hill visited Mr. and services on Sunday were Rev
i or. \1 Mrs. Paul Hubner in Flora-
Fountain and Joan Lee and i
R. Drury of Jacksonville i and must receive final 1 and Mrs. Frank McClelland

performed the double ring thering bearer was Jimmy Royal A. Wamble of Jacksonville area.all her l having been approval by the Federal Avia- Walrath 'Presented 50-Year Pin home will last be weekend.remembered Mrs.as Barry Jes-- and sons of Nashville Tenn.

ceremony. Miss Marian Williams Tedder. field service officer born in Melrose, the only childof tion Administration district By' Masonic LodgeMelrose sie Miller. and Rev. and Mrs. Clarence

was the soloist and After the ceremony a reception with the Post Office Department Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Tillis. office in Miami before it becomes Mrs. Ethel 'Brockman, is Kinzer and children missionaries -

was accompanied'by.Mrs. Ed- was held in the .church' was m Keystone Heights She graduated from Melrose effective. Lodge 89, F. & '.A.'' accompanied by several members visiting her son-in-law and on furlough from Tan-

ith Murray who played the hall. last Friday to present Acting High School in the class of Mayor Lindsey Walker said M. at Keystone Heights visit-' performed the ceremonyat daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald ganyika.

traditional wedding music. The couple will'reside in Postmaster Gladys A. Tims a 1932. During her junior and yesterday the lease had been ed the home of F. M. war- | Mr. Walrath's home due to' Bayless at for During the absence of our
''The bride, who was givenin Orlando after a ,wedding.. trip Certificate of Award for the .. senior years she drove a school sent to David C. Kelly, dis- rath Sr. recently present his infirm condition and inability couple of weeks. a pastor Rev. Stevens who is

marriage by her father, toIeyWst. J.\ IT1 fine work she has been doingIn bus carrying 35 students to trictr airport engineer with the him with a 50-year service'1 to attend the meetings Mr.' and Mrs. Ed Vining are at Toccoa, Ga. on vacation.

was lovely in a white brocade Oi&iitrtdtiiINeww"< n' the post office here for the the Melrose school. Shortly FAA in Miami, and approval pin. The Grand Lodge of1'1 at the lodge hall. spending some time with Mr the church will have Rev. R.

dtess with bouffant skirt. ''On 'Sunday, August 5, the past 19 years. after graduation she went to is expected momentarily. Pennsylvania requested that Mr. Walrath was initiated and Mts. Roland Tanner at W. Galbraith, associate sec-

Her veil was fingertip length k stohe'' Golf and Country. Miss Tillis has lived in this work for Miss Helen Law- .I The west runwfcy (150 ft. this be done as courtesy work into the Meadville Pa. LodgeNo. Grandin, :and T. L. Drake at letary of the Brotherhood of

with A tiara of rhinestones Club held a mixed two-ball rence, who was then principalof .I wide by 5.000 ft. long! will be for them. 408 on Sept. $0, 1912, and Florahome. Mrs. Vining will the Florida Baptist Com'ention -

and pearls. Her only jewelrywas foursome tournament. The Boosters Keystone Heights School leased to M. I,.- Supley C. I.Moore The Master of the Melrose has been a member in good be remembered as Beth Drake. as guest speaker on Sun-

a necklace of seed pearls winners were: Low gross, Eva Keystone and is now Dr. Helen Merrill -. C. C. Whiting, and Lodge, T. L. Drake I tat left], standing since that time. They have been living in Albion day. Aug. 19. He will speakat
which had belonged to thegroom's with With Coach at Jacksonville T. C. Andrews, all of'Gaines- -
Hall and Mac McKay a Meet Dean of Women : N. Y. Now Mr. Vining the 11 a.m. and 8 p.mser-
great grandmother ville. As soon as final FAA VVYYJVYVVYYYYVVYVvVYYr Baptist Church Friday nightin
with Pahsy
45 tied
score of University. has! a new job' in Winter Haven vices.
and has been worn by all the Hawes and Roger'Bryan.For I And PrincipalAn Some time later. Miss Tills, approval is received, the group honor of Mr. and Mrs.
and will therein
they move -
btides in his family. Her bou- low net Kitty Martin and served different periods as will move to incorporate un- r MELROSEBy I Tommy Odom and children
!. enthusiastic meeting of the near future with their
quet was an orchid with carnations der the title of Keystone who are moving to Gracevillesoon.
first with to' Mrs. E. 'A.
I. Dutch Kennies were a companion .
the Keystone Heights Boos- two little girls.
and lilies of the val- of 30 second place Smith of Keystone, and Mrs.C. Race-way, Inc."- Mrs. Alice Rothb.amnerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA At1
a score ;
''ters Club was held last Fri- will I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kennedyof SKC and Mrs., J. C. Weeks ,I gr $
ley. and The first' year's lease I
was won by Fay Mangles E, Sprower, who spent her and I SEE
day night in the conferenceroom [ Lake Geneva and daughter children have moved
of $600:
of befoi' a
Johnson 32.
Miss Wanda George McGriff with winters here and her summersin i
of Clay Electric Coop- their trailer back to Key West
Mrs. H. W. Cannon' and
Jacksonville maid of honor Island. In 1941 she After that, the lease -will be Winners the Melrose '
was A "Hole-in-one" contestwas erative. Long .. of., ,, :' children of Atlanta Ga. vis- wh,.? J. C. is stationed in
Other bridesmaids were held on the second hole went to work for Mr. and Mrs. based on a percentage of the Duplicate Bridge Club for last' IUCU1C cuss WHOM IOATI
This was the first oppor- ited the Navy. I
receipt,1'not to exceed 'i'i I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ca- .
Fountain of Or- gross week include the
Mrs. Gloria and May Frank Jr. remainingwith following:
with Mac McKay tunity for the new principal Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stur-
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ange Park, Mrs. Kay Bivens driving closest to them until July, 1943 10 per cent Mayor Walker Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva'| son Friday. \ \
Henderson Phillip Knuth, and the new ,., : Mr. and Mrs. Julian 'fn&de divant 'and children of Flora-
when she started working in i- Hlllyer, First place 'Mrs W. I
the pin. _ _ coach, Roy Spradley, to meet said.Under terms or- the.. -lease. ; :; 1 and grandson, Mark Jacoby, home visited Mr. Sturdivant's
the post office. : and Mrs. C. Max-
Restaurant The Club has been averaging with Booster Club members, spent few days at Ocala I father in'in-Pensacola last week, WILLIAMSJEWELRY
will i
Miss Tillis and her parentsnow the corporation provide Son,i second and Mrs. Kitty
about one of these Tour-. the football players, and their in ; I, Camp. l Patrick H. I Pat! Griffin i i
reside on Lakeview Drive. insurance for spectators Cox and Mrs. Rubye Lee, j '
After play a parents.Mr. has returned to the States af-
LAWRENCE'S DINETTE neys a month Sheis a'niembev of'thtf Com the amount of up'.to, $25,000for third. Mrs. O. B. Ingram of Bar- .
delicious buffet dinner and a Knuth said he was with the Air Force in Italy.
wick, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
Good Food Cold Beer munity Church and an active each person involved with Mr. and Mrs. C. rMunder and
social time was enjoyed by all happy to be in such a nice of $300,060 for Manuel Luis and son Paul of wih the Air Force in Italy.
member' ; Circle week-
of Nightengale' the
OPEN SUNDAYS participants and'their sponses. town as Keystone and'told Of ; Leesburg spent Thomasville, Ga. visited Mrs. He has been visiting old
part of the organization ofComnranlty' eachaccident? end' with Mr. and "Mrs. E. I. WATCIIKS-DIAMONDS
11 A. 1\1. To 9 P. M. his activities in interviewing Churchwomen. Mayor Walker said that VanNetta. Ingram's sisters Misses Anna friends in brandin while stay-

The Keystone Golf Club ia teachers far order to have' the and Attie Lee recently. ing in Palatka with his mother Guarantee
the town All Work
funds derived by I
Miss Tillis was officially Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis
Hy. 21Keyslone Heights a bee-hive of activity and theLadies' best faculty possible when School News Mrs. Charlie Sapp. When
will be spenton
appointed Acting Postmaster from the lease ]feft Saturday for a visit in A. C. Williams
Golf Association will school opens next montlt Eleven School will begin Tuesday his leave is up he will be sta-
___ and maintenance ,,
award was improvement
on July 27 but the Washington D. C. W. Call St.
holding their weekly I teachers have already tioned at Eglin AFB near
-- start Sept. 4, at Melrose High .
r* of the airport.It 1
not>made until August: 10. MIs. Jame Hearne and
UNWANTEDHAIR 1 tournaments in September.Due been' hired, and four: more will -be necessary to install : $ School and with the scheduled -. Pensacola. Starke Fla.

to organizing early in places remain to be filled. During, .C, her years' tir'thJ. ,iz timing towers at the airport children of Tampa are visit- opening come the beginning I _Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Clough "< ,- :
her and Mrs.
OFF! 1962 the Club Championship CoachSpradley said he office, she has had the opportunity > I costing around $4,100. ing Cecil R. pSLl'ents.Dr.Hook.; of activities for the 'com : -- -. ;

matches for both ladies and couldn't"promise that the In- to know ef eryone in Walker said and new cable I ing school year. The teacherswill
Mr. and Mrs': J. V. Ford and
''imtEVER men will be held this fall. dians would 1n all their town and. has made1: many' :>0- for a high power line will be I :Mr. 'and Mrs. Walt Pellicer begin their planning .period Tins pleasure trio will do you good!

of the made games this year, but they cer- .
Much progress Aug. 22. Cheering
into the facility. prac-
Edmund DwyerELECTROLOGIST friends who now"congratuiate run and daughter, Pamela Sue, of
by ,the club is due to the en- tainly would try. He assured andvish" "well'riTafl tice began Monday ,and foot- ..ri-.
her her P latka spent Tuesday afternoon -
thusiasm of the pro, Les squeamish parents that"there ball practice on Wednesday.
her future undertakinSs.hldt.4 guests! 'delicious refreshments.Fish with Mrs. Ford's parents -
107 W. University Ave. Stephenson. Incidentally, Les was Yery little danger of their v .M n ,P" Mr..
Fry EnjoyedOn and Mrs. R. M. Ca-
his 15 old sons being hurt during a game
Ph. FR 2-8039 G'ville. has promised year TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Wednesday evening, Aug. son.
Keystone Hta.. Ph. 4379 daughter a new 'set of clubs or at practice, and proceeded KHS Football 8.Herb Nelson George Schaeffer --.j Mrs. Ross Bass and child- CHURCH MELROSE G
breaks 60. to demonstrate thevaridus
the first time she ,
,. and Everett Fox were ren of Bunnell are visiting her I < \
articles-of equipment worn\by Schedule Told I Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy \\
the hosts at. a fish fry held in parents,' Mr. and Mrs. J. V. g .
players using D a vi e I 3undays 10 a. m. Church .
** the Nelson's' yard overlooking!I Slad,
ZIKE 'DECORATING SHOP Schaeffer as a model. The f962-footba schedulefor I II School. 11:45 a. m. Morning I RESORT
Lake Geneva. The men caught, :Recent guests of Capt. and
.. Capt. Richard Lovorn, pres- the Keystone Heights In- : Prayer and Sermon [First
i tleaned, and cooked the fish Mrs. John B. Lee were Mrs.
PHON'45O5 i
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ident' of the Boosters Club, dians has been announced1b I Sunday, Holy Communion]. 9
I themselves.- There were also Dudrej* Se brook: of Pensaco-
gave a short history of the organization Coach Roy Spradley. 'as' .follows I Ijl I I: p.m. Episcopal Young Church FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIES! Enjoy the peace
Paints & Painting Aids jl hushpuppies, baked beans, etc. ia and Jim, Bob, and Johnny .
and told of its :
: men. and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in urn.1
everything that goes with Lee of-Beaumont, Texas. I
aims and some of its prob- Sept. 14, St. Joseph's Acad- Communion.The crisp, cool! days.*. refreshing, restful i nights. wonderful
DURALITE 0 DU PONT I a. fish-fry. Those who enjoyed .Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson ,
lems. He also announced the emy of St. Augustine at Rev. Lee W. Heaton, food! Come back feeling fresh as a breeze. If;you liko
,the party, included Mr. and of St. Augustine. Miss E-
WALL PAPER I WALLTEX ,. CON-TACT 1962 football schedule: startIng Keystone i Vicar. activity there's square dancing horseback riding craft
Mrs. Herb Nelson, Herbie Nel- la Jane- Wesley, Miss Nancy bear and boar hunts boating .
orf'September 14 with a Blfs I making, wilderness pack trips, ,
Custom t Made\ Drapes & Traverse, Rods home game with St. Joseph's Sept. 20, B't mat son, Jr., the Nelson's house- Wesley and Mrs. Nancy Win- fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages, lodge. Rates

t Starke. guests, Mr., and Mrs. Charles gate of Gainesville visited Mr. METHODIST CHURCH
Plants Plant Foods FertilizersYard Academy. St. Augustine.The lower, after September 15-less' crowded. For reservation
t.j'i president also Sept. 27 Hastings B teamat Janecek and daughter from and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammerand MELROSERev. phone 2105.
Tools Insecticides Sundry Items ed the following nominating Hastings.Oct. I t Springfield, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. family Sunday. Kenneth W. Griffith,

committee so that an electionof 4 Crescent 'City.'B.I George Schaeffer and three Miss Rita Tiller has returned Pastor Seodfcr

CONTRACTING, : officers might be held at teamat Crescent City. children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett home after a visit with Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I FREE COLOR FOLDER: P3pl. 561 Por.tana: Village; N.C

PhoneDay.450S.Night 4417 the next 'meeting: Bill Baker, Oct. 12, Callahan-at. Ke/- Fox and'houseguests, Wends and relatives in.Harts- Worship 11 a. m.

Don Shackleford and Kyle stone. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duhe ville. S. C. -

and three children from New Mr. and
Mrs. Don Williams
.' ) 11 -i-- 1 oj McMurtry. Oct. 19, Taylor High--it
Orleans and Miss Sue Ann ani children have
; moved to
George LaRue will be mem- Pierson.

Your Bank is Always Open;. .. 1 bership chairman, assisted by Oct. 25. Bunnell B. Team- and Harris Mrs., from Charles New Orleans Garber, and Mr. Miami.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phillipsand I KEYSTONE-HEIGHTS-MELROSE ,

George Sch effer. Bill Baker, at Keystone.Nov. .
and Mrs. sOn. Eric' Mrs. Janecek is Mr.Nelson's children, who have spent '4
will be in 2, Baldwin- at Bald- sister, while Mrs. the summer in Arkansas, returned -
charge of
arrangements for
J % the football programs] win.Nov. Duhe and Miss Harris are to Melrose last week. BUSINESS. DIRECTORY

Mr. Knuth has ordered fertilizer 10, Orange Park B .Mrs Fox's sisters. Mrs. Ada Ford is home after -i-

Teamat Orange Park. Mother af Local : a two weeks visit with her -- -
f for the football field '.. ,
and stated that the field Nov. 16, Taylor High' Pier-. Woman-Passes"Friends' I sister and brother-in-law, Mr. FLORIST NURSERY

I I should be in good shape by son-at] Keystone. "' 6f Sylvia OConnorfl'regrJt and Mrs. George Stewart, in .. James H. McEachern

", 'that she was call- Greenville- Edna WilliamsFLORISTNURSERY Clemens Realtor
the time of the first game. NurseryOve j .I

1 1 LLtkt The price for this yeai'sseason ed to-Portland, Ore. last week Mrs. Ken Edw?."xls and 600 Varities of ,

I & t .dr% I I I tickets will be $3 for dren under 12, 75c to-attend'her mother's'funeral. daughter. Lisha, of Tampa are FLOWERS Shrubs -Tree.$ How.ep1antCitruq Lot onilITB !SAND LAKE

L adults, and I III' At 7:30 pjn., there will be Her mother, Mr Anna Tint visiting Mrs. Edwards' par- 3,350. Also lots and homes _a
$1.50 &
fof'students, -- Fw All Oeeutoiu :; Azaleas Palm
an election of anew "5050Club' lived witrr Sylvia1'for a time ents., Mr. and Mrs. C./'L.'Bass. lather lakes': *
$ ?j.I II' for four home games. Admission -; I&elrose Phone: OR 5-2331 Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Ij'j' .
and made friends here. W.
at the gate, without a i president. Candidates many H. Robinson of Atlanta, 3',2 :Miles East of
for offrce-'neey-rrot: be present, CHURCH NEWS Ga. has moved to Melrose.
season ticket, will INSURANCE
t 'l i be $1 for I II I Keystone Heights
I adults, and 50 cents for child I but we advise you not to miss News' from St Anhe'a Mrs. Lucy Hopkins and IIContact, Edna Martin Asaotiate.j .

I I I ren. Mr. Knuth suggested the the supper. Choir *fcractiee has been Mrs. Bobby Little and son Murrhee Insurance NURSERY STOCK j JA3IES H. McEAJGIIEHNP. ;

added provision' that if a student -. Birthday Party for Sisters changed to 7:45'dri: Tuesday! Joey of Pensacola visited Mis- I .t} t), Box 163. ,. .Phone ,4106:
evenings. This'is to coordinate!II ses Attie Anna AgencyGeneral i Azairag 50c Si upS'to I'
and LeeSun
would buy his ticket the Mrs. Dorothy Runstedlerand I J Keybtone Heights, FT*.
I 4' Azaleas Special $%.00 ea. '
practices with the schedule 'of day. :
her aunt Mrs: InsuranceFire
day_ of the,game it would. cost Nelle I
I: only 40cents. Gntyson, were joint 'hO tesses i Dr. Ralph 'Copeland, who is Mrs. G. R. Phillips of Al- Casualty Bonds Landscaping: Material Available I
when i the 'new organist; All Choir achua visited her See Our Plants Before Yen Buj
youBANK : Duncan at a birthday party' for Mrs. i daughterand Allied Lines
: lisher of the Clay new County'pubj j Runstedler's two daughters on [ members have received letters son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights. 2731 O. C. Carnes Nursery,.S. E. McKay, Realtor

BY MAILYou Crescent spoke briefly, making : Saturday, Aug. 4. The patty, to- thia effect, but for thej.,,H., O. Williams and family. Florahome 684-4665!5 _
benefit Of anyone'who"would I Mrs. Phillips and Wil- Lake Front Property'H oM
I a financial propostion to .was' held at Mrs Grayson'shome When It Comes To

choose your own "banking hours' when you i members of the club. : on Brooklyn Bay Cireje. like to join':the" choir this' announcement liams spent Tuesday in Jack- ... INSURANCEGO PACKAGE STORE and Acreage. ,

use our Bank-By-Mail service. Your "teller's win- The next meeting will be Robin was seven years old on is beingprinted,f fAll sonville with another daughter. FIRST CLASS I -

dow" i is the nearest mail box-open all day and l1eld August 24. July 25, while-her'sister, Beth: persons 'who would ute I'' Mrs. Grace Noble. Qeo.: E. LaRue. ,Shaughnessy'iPACKAGE Keystone .Heights-Ph. 2971

night for your convenience. will be six otr August 17. to join will be welcome. | Mr. and Mrs. James 'L.

The monthly covered diSh i Price, Jr. and Keystone Heights STOKE
'Theguestf rijoyedtht&sting' ( Vacationing -
You save time. Yousave: ,steps. ,You open your account Well, she did it. and with a 1 supper was heM in'the"parish* in Tennessee.Mrs. Agt. For TRAVELERSInsurance OPEN[ S A. M-12 P. M. DAILY

make deposits, withdraw funds, have interest 54- at- that! This is a fine" record -: games, such as'fishing i i house Wednesday- night with Company I I CLOSED SVNDATheystot& Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
r- for j | A. J.
prizes'"bff the''dock and i Witherspoon
credited all by mail. for one who has j jost star-' ) Mrs. BiBle Benson and MrS tended at- HomeOwl1enAutomobile |! Melrose Highway I
'into the ,
tossing International
clothespins a plas- Gideon '
Interested- Jast write to us (or drop in). We'll send _ted to play. Everyone is proud I HelenPhelps as hostesses.', -' Fire -A.ls
the Convention
tic bucket
floating on .at Pittsburg.
the forms all for df her. Now' Les will have to; I I Tel 4692, Day 4325, Ni.te !fBlue'Pine Patkao Store Bar
you necessary ready you to fill out, This.was a summer type mea.lt}
water. Donald Pa. and visited
the relatives
Hgen was and
"shell mUM f :stat. Br.k
out. to the'am->L tuIini'h I\ RL 160' South ReI Real r
together with a few simple instructions that make dsement of the other golfers! life-guard for the party f t do friends in'Cleveland. Ohio and I MILLWORK I

everything as easy. as A B C. i t r Annual-Ham Supper tl guest.. <. burgers.. sd"ham"j Greenville, S. C. before returning Lake Properties Acreajp
f t.a "d 1\\ T' '- News from I St. \ home. Keystone REAL ESTATE Ranches BusueM City
Other I .
included Heidi
Tckts; are out sow for the guests -

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK annual Labbr Day weekend Hendry, Debbie and Tammy Stunmer visitors Mr. sand Mrs. J. Boyle are: Millwork Show' Homes !'Rental

Ham Supper sponsored by st. Hanks Laurie and Billy .:dec that Sunday 'masses -I visiting relatives and friendsin C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR "We Take A P r.onaJt6r &
:William's Catholic Club. It Beam, Patty McGlave...Kevin glrf afl 8.-30 fe in.'We ire- sorry I New York. In Your Requirement
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MEMBER F3XI.O '10I win be held tm Saturday Wyman June Redfearn. Scotty ,.that- ? is necessary 'for some-I I Lee Sigler of Grandin visit- WINDOW FRAMESSCREENS .

A Friendly, Bank in A Friendly Community ; Sept 1. froth 5:30: till-7:30 p.n4 .: Elder, Dianne and. Barry .to1 stand "duP' to' the"great j ed Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lee REAL ESTATE Midway:. Keystone HeifhU

Keystone Heights, Flfc: :, in the'Masonfe:' Hall* Mwuit Hgen. L number of ersons' attending: I Tuesday. Trim, MaterUb .. .. MelromHi

1: tickets will be $1.25; ch1lt : The _hostesses served: _the. in the summertime,.but i1nce1 'Asupierwasheldattbe. Sub Made To Order 'MORTGAGES APPRAISALS way 21-:Open Sundays..

[Continued On Ken Keystone Heights TeL Ci .Keystone Heights, Phone 4297 GE 520310

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*(From Preceding Page) $ .ER: MEALS t CUT '

priests are in Flor-
scarce I
ida, it is possible to have but. JUST CAUGHT" CEDAR KEY i zl I

one Everyone Mass on in Sundays.the parish will) FRESH MULLET LB.2C \ r.BoneP'houseORCubeLB.98c

be'jhelpin with the ham sup- SNO-WHITE c = .
Per, it is.:,hoped. If you havenot +
volunteered your servicesas DEEP SEA SCALLOPS LB. .49

son You, chairman.are asked to rememberthe COD HADDOCK 9 FLOUNDER ROAST LB. 8ge CUBE STEAK 1U20z s.99C

White Elephant Shop in noma SER ,

re-unables Sir William's and let sell the them ladiesof at SUI BACON 2L8S98C LAMB ROASle.39C .

their shop. They will also sell .

things on consignment, keep- ." >',. ," II fir
ing 25 per cent of the sale \\,
price. The shop is open on
Fridays ana Saturdays from
9 a.m. till 5 p.m.
Would you like to be presi y M i
dent of the 50-50 club? See
some of the people at the D 1 :
polls'" after Mass on Sunday 1 >.
and cast your vote. You may
even wish to "stuff the ballot I


Personals oa
Glad to hear that Mrs. Dor-
othy McMichaels was able to D br
walk down town on Monday,
,after being seriously ill, and I -
undergoing surgery. All her
friends will be happy to know
'that' she is better. ,

Frank Stitchberry is recuperating tr
from surgery about a .
month ago, and getting alon -

t very Mrs.well.Nealie Rich is back on QQ QAi 'M @ [bll1f 1LJ@ @)&D W @ lPv.D .

the job in Dr. Parson's office.
week in
ford after spending County Hospital.Mrs. a f REE MERCHANTS BONELESS HAM 4 cue cal *29.9AMOURFRANKS SHARP CHEESE 69*

Helen Egan was expected Green Stamps MAYFAIR SLICEDAMERICAN
home Wednesday 01': .. ? CHEESE 25*
g With the purchase of t u. Pm.
Thursday of this week, after
surgery at the University & -, L..L.-a "",uJe'4 P.S.G. ASSORTED COLD CUTS
Medical Center in Gainesville KLEAR-FLOOR 1:8 (Qiltf' M ., 'T'' SLICED BOLOGNA 6 BISCUITS 3 CANS 29
Mrs. Rita Hand is home g SLICED LIVER CHEESE 3 OZ 69/t 'rS. ,<'*. l>k
and feeling better after spending ", At Our Regular low Price UMIT-1 PER FAMILY $Lr.! PICKLE & PIMIENTO LOAF fK f2fi J :; JN1
/tit EXPIRES B-22-62 Lr' CS UJI' ;
tfme !in Alachua General L G WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
Hospital in Gainesville. \\\h Oi? F D DD EXPIRES 8-19-62 i D DO @L 1 1 [flW StHCLETON! FROZEN M
Sylvia O'Connor was tellingus 111 111 BREADED ox, .
about her fabulous jet-ride R '\ ';\ LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED MERINGUE F.F.DELUXE FROZEN k
from Portland, Ore. last week. MERCHANTS \\111\, CRINKLC LDe
It took three hours and 20 Green Stamps I -- CUT ,
minutes from Portland to Chicago a. QUANTITY LADY FAIR ICED CAKE GOLD KING FROZEN
With the purchase 0 f 2 .
from, Chicago and another to Jacksonville two hours a 2 ib. quarters Q : ] '--If"i Tha' Weekend RIGHTS SPANISH BAR V.s' 29C HUSH PUPPIES I M*' 39..CI '


seven miles up looked like a At Our Regular Low Price WHITE BREAD 2 & agc JUICE. 6 CAIN 60z 79!
j relief map- and you could actually -
EXPIRES 8-22-62 4)
I see the curvature of the
earth! She said her first trip OOOO iM MMOOO .
f across the county some years -,. .
ago took five days and four M .
nights on the train! 8 MERCHANTS THOMPSON SEEDLESS :
2 5 y?
Keystoners who attendedthe Green SlamPso r I '
i' '
Credit Union dinner and With the purchase of -I ; FRE MAR fi
dance at the Robert Meyer '
\ Hotel in Jacksonville Satur-
day night, Aug. 11, included .1 CREST size'C
f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryan "
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bennett, and At Our .
'. EXPIRES 822.62
Mr. and Mrs. George Massa, .t'. 15
all representing Clay Electric; \\' OOOOM FRESH CRISP
also Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- : u .
Glue, and ,Mr. and Mrs. Everett Q2Q@QQQQ '. r4
Du- 8 : \\J R nT
Fox representing MERCHANTS II QUART
2 = ? LB.CELLO.
Pont. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene JIJ Green Stains M !Z ,,.r,
Duhe of New Orleans, house-
With the purchase of Pkg. of 12 ;g \_ f BAG C
also at- J
guests of the Fox's t J
tended. II lady Fair Sliced Hot Dog or I z 1 _

Miss Gertrude house, Miss HAMBURGER ROLLS p IT.ANY a oie .. r GEORGIA FILLED OUT ...
Gladys Tillis, Mrs. Marge Tra- """" '

drove cy day, and afternoon to Mrs.White Hazel Springs to visit McKay Sun-the At Our EXPIRES Regular B-22-62 low Price G 1 D Tp'ilAN RES S GREEN PEAN U IS lS.C

Stephen Foster Memorial.
.' April Mesko, Mary Ann ::Y I
Schaeffer and Carolyn Jean y
'.. r
and Linda Moody are counse-
lors at Camp Immokalee this

and Mrs. Harry Ed-
monds of Clermont were
week-end guests of Mr. and 2 S
a I
Mrs.Lake Louis Kyle Keystone : : x : ;

Mr and Mrs Frank SmallH -
wood and children from Eau -
j Gallic will spend next week
with Lt. Col. and Mrs. WalterI .t
I I An rewsen and family. The
Andrewsens and the Small-
woods were friends when they }
were stationed in Puerto Rico.
Mr Smallwood, formerly an r< :
agent for the FBI is now em-

played at Cape Canaveral.Rev. .
.. .'Oc. .. '
and Mrs. William W.
Worstall and small son left I .. ,.'..'..;..;..;t............;;.*;.;:;;.;;;:;.....'. .).i..:"....... ..''. ..'
Sunday for a visit with their' .,;;. UMJT1 WITH $150FOODPimCHASI

Dianne families in Brokas Zanesville went, along Ohio.1 ,<,j/ilu: NEB 0{ <.;;: -... MAXWELL HOUSE'INSTANT !

relatives with them in Akron for a, visit Ohio. with OOn@fj@b@fJJ.FRESH! } [ [ ; KOSHER D1LL%: :;:;> GIANT '

Quests of Mr. and Mrs- \ 9'9'fM
Harold Ridaught are S-Sgt. 1 10 OL

$'nd Mrs. H. L. Ridausht- Jr., QD@MI[; gg :.r./'.:..- \;.:....:,\. tv.;at: C
aid son from California. Sgt. : : '
Ridausht is! being transferred CHOOSE FROM( OUR VIDE SELECi101OF : :: .1' +wd "
I RUGS, ;. 1 WITH $2.50
from California to Mississippi H5AYY DUTY"&ROADLOQM MANY SIZES ": LIMIT .
route. Other guests are the EXTRA STRENGTH. FOAM RUBBER BACKING. ;: :. .J'

Charleston ard family I&daughts'; Barton S-Sgt: S.and daughter and C.children Mrs.They Rich-and',are of,'I CHOICE OF,15 SPICY RiG.TWEED.::!'97cI:I :. l'' ) SNO'W'' B.Ri i IFto T" LB. 5" 9c' :

all here for the wedding\ ,of =::: :: "''IO\l4.1, CAN
Sandra Ridaught to Pennan .' ,, '
H It : .0
\ Roberts Friday evening, ; Aug. ao Prem nREG -
24 X 72 51.98 $199 :
U. in the- Baptist ChurchNKEYSTONE /i


COM t ITT< HEIGHTS IPUZCH 30N 50 ir REG tt.98 $1 9 :; : ; BEEF STEW 2d 390 PRESERVES 3Kf.-'
: 0
Dr. A. C. Halt Mf feJ _.. :.:_,. __.., ;;: .

Mr*. George \ Cm4TfetOfSftnist : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiih 1 .;. ... ... .. ...:. ::.ar'i i iIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIIilllili1I1IIJIIIIIIIIII1ll11I1ll11l11IIJI, .. .
and. Director. ,. ........... ............. '
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Klehard Ca&hmM Youth: Bir. r. .
,}t Sunday behoof:) ':-15, e. ) SUPER OR REGULAR SIZB PKG of 24's 87c' d" -: '.1

Morning Worship. 11 a, m. FQQDFAIRFRESHMILK 1f2 GAL'. 55. S

Youth People 7 p.m. Pioneers FLAVORKIST FLAVORKIST 2 s XES 89
6 p. m. ,0FIa
if ft t ICE CREAM V2 t59 MILKVM9* 1 J


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WVb'vvTvvyyvvvyyyyyyy ed by the council gust 10 for caI1forn1a.I I rYvvYYYYYVYvyYvvy' record attendance Gn Thurs-' be absent Wednesday of next tended the revival as we desired LAURA BAPTIST Convalescent Home service, 3

Mrs. Betty May Bobby Rosier and familyare day of last week.Something week but Jim Strickland will just because we were CHURCH to 4 p.m. Evening Worship,
HAMPTONBy Receives MED Degree visiting in South Florida CLAY HILL is still wrong conduct prayer meeting, so Sunday scnool, 9:45: am. '1:30 p.m. Wednesday night
not able to sit
up long enoughfor 7:30 .
Mrs. Richard May who is this week. with our Sunday School folks. come on and be with us on Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Prayer Meeting o'clockSHOP
to be the first grade tea- Mrs. Emory Duncan and We had just 55 present Sunday August 22. Also remember the the ride and the service I
cher at the Hampton El- children of Tallahassee are and 36 of them were 100 revival starts at Highland combined. We hope all goes ANYWHEREFOR

&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA&ij&&AAcity ementary School this visiting her parents Mr and t per cent members. The Inter- Church on Aug. 26, and everyone well for us in the future. See j

Election 11 year. received her master's Mrs. Frank Cruce. We are sorry to have failed mediate girls are really keep is invited. you later. j NEW OR USED

Sept. degree in education at the Un- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carl- again last week with out little ing that banner- have hadit The revival at Laura Bap-

Voters Register New iversity of Florida graduation ton and children of Jackson- bit of news but, as usual we for six or seven weeks and tist Church near Starke closed HIGHLAND !i Then Come See Us!

Voter registration books ,are ceremonies in Gainesville Sat- ville are visiting her parents were on the sick list and not each Sunday they made a Saturday with nine pro- BAPTIST CHURCH I
now for urday. August 11. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cruce. I grade of 100. Last Sundaythe I MATCH ANY DEAL
to We WE'LL
open Hampton's an- up writing anything. fessions of faith. Six of these Sunday School, 9:45 a. j
Mrs.: May completed her Mrs. Ruby Gayno of Ocala Adult men ran them a : m.1
nual city election. September will just send in the most important were adults, and all were baptized 11
11, with two councilmen. mayor work in summer school courses visited the J. Q. Rosiers over items from last week close race with a grade of 98. Sunday afternoon at 4 Morning Training Union.Worship 7 p.m. a.Evening m.- :, UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour

clerk and marshal officesto this summer. the weekend. with this writing.Mr. Sunday night we had more o'clock. Sunday about 1 o'- ,
Honors PastorAt Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman Worship 8pm. Brother-I
than twice in Train-
be filled.Deadline as many
and Mrs. E. B. Wells clock a delicious dinner was hood and WMU Authorized Dealer
is Sept. 4 for Farewell Dinner Patricia Wainwright and and daughter of Florence, ing Union as we have had for served and we were there to I 8 Rev. Geo. GAINESVILLE
Thursday pm.-
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. McEl James Norman went to 1st two 215 S. E. FIRST
or more Sundays.
closing voters' registration Ala. called on us for a short meet old friends and relatives W. Chism, pastor. i I
and candidates' filing. Re- roy and family were guestsof Church Hampton for a part- while, spent several hoursAREA Our pastor, Rev. Chism will once again. We had not at- --
honor at a covered dish ,ing dinner in honor of Rev.
Quirements for voters are that i with the Englands had a nice ---- -
dinner at Hampton Baptist and Mrs. McElroy.
they be a resident of Hamp- weiner roast with them and
i Church following morning :Miss Patricia Wainwright
ton for six months at the then were on their way to
worship services Sunday Au- of Jacksonville spent a few
time of election, and be 21 St. Augustine. Mrs. Wells is

years of age. A candidate for gust 12. The services last days with Rev. and Mrs. J. a sister of W. B. England A ......... ... ..... .... S .. .. .
Sunday were Rev. McElroy'slast E. Norman.Mr.
office must be a qualified voter father of our grandchildren I- : ..:: 1
as pastor of the church and Mrs. A. B. Wain-
and must turn in before who live here on the old home ) \
here before moving to Antioch wright visited Evergreen Sun- ,
Car gasoline
the deadline to the City Clerk place. This was her first visit using
Church near LaCrosse. day night.
W. H. Maxwell a petition to Florida. :: ... '.\ k"\ \ \\ *'> without Platformate
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Red-
Many were present for the .
signed by 10 registered voters.
dinner from neighboring dish were visiting relatives in While Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo ::: rI! stopped here 6186 feet
City Marshall W. M. Phillips Austin of Daytona Beach were \ :
resigned at last, ,week'acouncU I churches and out of town.. Brooker noon. Wedneseday after- visiting relatives at Highland \ : : -.. f : :.-: .... S .. \ ..' .. .
Members of the Hampton
meeting and his resignation -I Church presented the McH- Lourin Redding and family they came out to visit the
was accepted. The Stricklands for a short time,
attended the Bradford Un-!
roys with a gift of table linen.
council received approval from ion, and Baker County Sing- hoping to buy some pears. But ; .
the UJS. Post Office Depart- T'TT'TT'TY"T 'T'T'T'EVERGREEN ing Convention at New River this time they had "gone to a V \ '

ment for a rent raise on the Methodist Church Sunday af- goat's house for wool." We \ k '
Hampton Post Office from ternoon. haven't any pears this year > i I : : i :

$15 to $30 per month. The Sgt. and Mrs. Henry Carter, for the first time in 16 sum- Same car using Super Shell \ '

building is owned by the city and Miss Becky and Peggie mers. But Mrs. Austin saw her \, -S
and leased to the U.s. govern- Thompson of Columbia, S. C. first "dug well," grape arbor Platformate S g ', : \. '

ment for use as a post office. visited Mrs. Flossie Rossierover old grindstone, and numer- stopped here: 6454 feet .
Billy Varnes and Joe For- Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier the weekend. ous other things. She wished I '

syth were present at the J. L. Bertice, and Joan Slade Mrs. Carribell Mosley and to stay and explore just how I : j.. .. : : .
meeting to request a streetlight visited Mr. and Mrs. George "Country Jakes" live and survive -
children of Jacksonville visit- . .. .... .
v w '
between their respective Griffis of Jacksonville Satur- ed Mrs. Daily Pringle and the We invite her back fora : .. :.1.a.c
properties on SR 225. Installa- day night. ,
Otis Brewers on Monday. few more lessons. \ .. \ 4. \ y '

.tion of the light was approv John C. Rosier left on Au- Mrs. Ruby Gano of Ocala, Our friend, Eugene Matthews ., ) ;. .I ... .. .' : . ".

visited Mrs. Daisy Pringle on editor of The Tele- > )

Saturday. graph, called on us a few '

Guests of the James Ro- days ago and spent the after- .. \
siers and Hewitt Brice families noon making pictures of Jim 'I

over the weekend were Mr. this same old grindstone, the .

and Mrs. Prank Parkhurst well. Jim and his garden ,. .-..-.-.--.--'--._ ..'S'-- .' .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grant plow and-well, we just can't
San Francisco-Super Shell with Platformate has lust delivered a mileage hour, then held there until fuel ran out dnd the car rolled to a stop.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ste- tell you all. They got aroundtoo
Feeder Calf Sale bonus of 4.33 percent. Platformate is Super Shell's mileage ingredient. Distance: 6186 feet (indicated by dotted line in background). Next, test
wart all of Orlando. Also Mrs. fast for us to even know
Shell Shell for in different ol Shell the fuel before but with
Sophia Starling of Ocala. where they were a good partof engineers test Super mileage many types tars was repeated using Super slime as
different Here's how the above added. Precise volume of fuel. Same Same
in many places. test was run. Exactly Phtforniate same car. speed.
Miss Becky and the time. If you see any-
Peggie about haIr of fuel blended fed Same driver. Same conditions. Distance 6454 feet. That's
in the 250 cc ( pint) a without Platformate was : 4J3 percent
FRIDAY AUG. 24 Thompson of Columbia, S. Care thing in The Telegraph
visiting Barbara and Sue future and can't 'quite make into the test car's engine. The car was started, accelerated to 30 miles per farther than the car traveled with Platformate! gasoline.

Brice for two weeks. out what it might be, just say

Miss Barbara Brice. and "it's Jim" and let it go at

COLUMBIA Miss Peggy Brazel accompanied that.Elgin
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Kirk- Lang of Clay Hill Grocery -

land Sr. and family to OcaIa is on vacation and we un- :

on Sunday afternoon to visit derstand she is spending partof ,
Livestock MarketLAKE Mr. Kirkland's brother and her time in Washington, D.

family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirk- C. Good for her! She got out

land. of the store and far enough .
There will be a cemetery away to take a rest.Irene Pad-

working at Evergreen Cemetery gett is out storekeeper at pres-
Sell With Us For Top Prices!
on Friday August 24. Everyone ent, and is getting along fine. .

Remember-Commission Charges Only 2% The working interested will are be invited.in the Our, and daughter children Lillian of Norton Lioutza -, New documented tests that '

In Groups Of 10 Or More morning. Come and bring Va. are spending two weeks prove

PHONE: LAKE CITY 752-1874 working tools. with us Stricklands.

We were saddened to learnof

Terry McDavid Manager SEVENTH DAY the death of Wesley Mosley

ADVENTIST CHURCH last Saturday morning. He qne of Super Shell's 9 ingredients packs

TOP PRICES Sabbath School Saturday had lived to a ripe old age of .

9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 96. His son. Lorenzo and .

11 a. m. Located between Wilson grandson Wesley, came to I
Road and Griffis Loop tell us about his death. .

E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone l We were informed that the extra mileage into every gallon

964-1324. WMS and Brotherhood had a .
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picture above was snapped a few 50 West 50 Street New York 20, N. Y. Anti-knockmbc-to resist all kinds of knock.
: after Shell with Platformate its name from the platinum \
t _,- t. Super an gets Alkylate-to control
. 11II j ___, 5'.. r : c f- : -- H help "high-speed
rGARDEN p : extra mileage ingredient called Platformate re-forming process used to make it. knock."
l delivered a mileage bonus of 4.33 percent. Pressures up to 600 pounds per square "Catcracked"gasoline power.

VOLKSWAGENSalesService Johnson & Paris That's typical result from a series of inch and to 1000 degrees
Hull's Brake Supply\ .a temperatures up
Parti Sewing Machine 'r. Anti-wet-added in cold weather I to help J
-BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Inc.Complete mileaoe tests Shell enomeers, recently ran literally tear petroleum apart. A preciousplatinum
check carburetor II
Lint ( o. icing 513 s.
Fer Every Car 01. Truck o Service Co. then re-form the
1UD8ft..urn on the outskirts of San Francisco. catalyst helps
Turning Grinding lUUming F&24S32 Gum yreventive-to help keep carburetors
I '
m nm.T'fU" $ New Home White The tests compared two gasolines. One petroleum into super-energy components.
While You Wait 1029 E. UnlTersitjr Aye 1nMelth&esPet SapfUea clean inside.
Needd Nell I was a gasoline Shell scientists purposely 1 release
1111 S. Mala Gainesville Gainesville 'We Rent Fertiliser byrtaderf RESULT: Platfornzate can more en-
Sales Si S. vifl e blended without Platformate. The other
FR 2.9829 than the 1 100-octane
234 N. W.. Jth AT* ergy per gallon finest
B & G Motors Co. .
Repairs On AU )&&k
... ---- FK 24471Gain. was Super Shell-the same gasoline as beaviation gasoline. Your engine can convert
CADILLAC; OLDSMOBILE 815 W. UniY. Ave., Ga&n.svi.
AUTO RADIATORS F85 mu.MAV Pla. S78-101& fore but'with Platformate added. extra energy into extra mileage.

Butler's Radiator Salea and Senrioe HI-FI STEREO Shell engineers used a 1962 convertible
2001 N. W. 13th. Bt 441 Super Shell has 9 ingredients f
for the You be similarcar .
FR 8-7515 tests. may driving a
Top for top performance.
Most Modem Cores la Stock DODGE LANC&ESDDCA Biggest, Little Record right now.

Repairs All Cars Truck i iI I Shop in the South" The Helzel Co. In test after test, Super Shell with Extra mileage is just one part of the top

National Trailer RaoUl Sales Part Service Ili-FI Stereo Component Dealer performance story. Super Shell otheringredients
019 B. W. 4tb Avr, OatneavUeF USED CABS TOO Pilot -Harman Kardoa ROOFING Pia tannate. consistently 1 took the I car.
i S SHEET METAL complete the picture. Ileresabout
Z-OW Poole-Gable Motors I KLH Fairchild Gavrard AIR CONDITIONINGNo >> 4 percent farther f I than the gasoline
811 W. Union Ave. GaiBM\iU : what they are and what they do.
119 S. E 1st. Av Gainesville. Job Too Large Or Too SmaD blended without Pia tornzate.
FB 22728LADIES :
AUTO SALES & SERVICE FRZ4M3Automatic I 202 S. E. 4th St. 0alDeMUII
i- TCP for power, mileage longer plug life.
WEARCherry's FB 2-1491 NOTE: For more details on these tests, see
PLYMOUTH VALIANT Transmissions caption under picture. And for technical Pentane mix-for fast "warm-up. Super Shell-the gasoline with
Authorized SM*- PtrttSerrtc ALL MAKES DAY -SERVICE REPAIR I Gainesville's Most. Fa&hJonabbAddress VACUUM CLEANERS data, write to the Shell Oil Company, Butane-for quick starts. 9 ingredients for top performance

AND EX I For L&dies '. ,Casoho O.S Patent 288921)
HANG Tnda>k for nnlqu(nous*addtUv containing TCP covered by
Gator AutomaticTransmission All Makes Of Vse'atu

Co. ACCESSORIES If It Needs Repairs

ServiceINC. 106 W. Univentty Oalamfik Bring In To KbfcyV

n 2-1581 NEW &: USED VACUUMS
204 N. Mtty. GainesvUl 19 SB 2nd Place (next to P. O.) MOVER Authorized Kirby Distributor
UMd Cmn S12 N. KUtaFB Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 Gainesville WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL, THE GASOLINE THAT




Etki 8 rvfe ARS: THE BET raOM DISTANCE MOVING 128.W.lst Ga.lneavtfla Shell Service Rivers Shell Station JOHN A. TOR ODE

Park Edwards Building Bterace AM Crattc* FB C-711 Distributor
Trained Meefeaka OM Ga.IMnII.UM Cor. Madison &: Chvrch StarkeSmith's Graham
Supply Inc.
elM Carl ,
724 g. Main PR 24144oaliaim. MUSIC SUPPLIES WELDING
Shell Service Stallings Truck Stop 4'
Barkley Motors .. Ma
U. S. 301 L&wtey U. S. 301 Waldo
618 N. Mala. om.me ELECTRIC MOTORS Lillian's Music Store
Universal Welding

Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor Gvm. Leaieflnt Buck's Grocery Prescott's Service Station

1933KRAKAVES CompanyPipe U. S. 301 (North) Starke Middleburg

DG'.f81I1'OBD OF'GAINU1'IIU,. INC. CABLE polonms StoeTFafcrka.Uon .
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