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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 23, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'tRetail; Trade Triest Has Low Residents Complain ,





''I; Clinic. Is Set : : t r. Bid At $$58,950 Bad Water Again Hits


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1 For September! dc Keystone Triest Construction Heights was Co.appar-. of Saratoga Heights AreaFather


ent low bidder, at $58,950, on
l.- A retail sales clinic in early
f September will highlight effortsof j iJ e the construction of three permanent .
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Bids On New :: : t .._ buildings for the Bad water problems
the Starke Retail Trade Bradford
I' County Fair Asso- Of five
Committee for better customer ciation at the new fairgroundsjust again cropped up in the
| relations for local business : m. discussion at the regular
I I II north of the Starke Far- -
Hospital VillgAilloolligh I firms, according to Charles I I mers Market. Bids were opendat Tuesday night meeting of
Is
ii Dead From
Sawyer, committtee chairman.A 6. 7 pjn. Monday I i the Starke city council
4-day clinic has been
Steel Building Co., Inc., of when Councilman Wayne
scheduled for September 4, 6, I 'S-
One Comes DownA .. Jacksonville was next low,with _
1 11 and 13 with Dr. Frank a bid of $59,772. Other bids Bullet Wound Douglas reported he has

Goodwin, nationally recognized mere skelton of its former -. thriving business during the received were: Clyde Knowles :: had many complaints re-
i. Bids on a new 25-bed addition cUstomerrelationsexpert con- self the old Starke Hotel- Camp Blanding years until Construction Co. $64,280.64; A 25-year-old Starke fatherof cently from the Saratoga

to the Bradford County ducting the sessions. vacant for several years-was the trend to motels soundedits James Wolf Jr., Inc., $65,385; five children, Charles Eugene Heights area
Hospital were opened last Kickoff for the clinic will being rapidly demolishedthis death knell in the 1950's. and Carroll Daniels of San- Crawford Sr., died early I i ar Douglas said residents in
Friday but all too high be 28 when ar
were Tuesday, August week. Starting in businessas H. V. Knight member of the ford, $68,000.Work Saturday morning apparently j
according to Hospital Admin- Starke retail and that area have reported
owners man- "The Starke offering will start at from a self-inflicted bullet
House, i family owning the property, once on
istrator R. E. Edmondson.The agers will gather for a 7:15: room and board back'i, said yesterday that no defi- the buildings as the contract wound fired with a sawed-off S. their water to be cloudy

lowest bid of $369,998, sum. breakfast at the Garden in the 1890's, the ancient'wooden i i nite plans had been made for will be signed this Friday. .22 caliber rifle, according'to r .#d-, d : a9b r and foul smelling, the same

submitted by Arnold and Restaurant. The breakfast will structure is one of the use of the site after the hotelis There will be three buildings information from the Brad- < i VS type of complaints were
Wright Inc. of Gainesville, be free and all Starke business I
oldest in Starke and did ai I torn down. consisting of a livestock dis- ford County Sheriff's Depart- raised last year when the
was almost $70,000 above the managers are invited to attend ment.
play barn, an educational andwomen's
$300,000, of Hill-Burton and according to Chairman t;f 3 4 a l building, and a com- Crawford, according to an city had similar problems.

matching funds appropriatedfor Sawyer. mercial exhibit building. investigator for the sheriff's Saratoga Heights seemedto

the addition, Edmondsonsaid. Commenting further in his The fair structures will havea department, was out rabbit be the area of most com-

The hospital board has announcement of the meeting, total of 18,000 squart feet. hunting about four miles west plaints last year too, due,

taken the case under advise- Sawyer observed that "Em- F 4 The construction will be financed of Lawtey when he shot him- city officials think to the
ment with the Florida Development ployee training in salesman- by $25,000 in local self just above the .right ear L

Commission and the I ship has been named the funds, raised by a bond issue, at approximately 1:25: a.m. He S. E. Sparks doffs his Panama symbolic of "throning it type of unlined water pipesin

first steps will be to tabulatethe number one cure for business k and $25,000 in state matching I was pronounced dead on arrival -I II i into the city political ring" as he pays qualifying fee to Clerk the area.
bids and find the discrep-: ailments." +je. -isyab-s ,. at the Bradford County Light Plant SuperintendentMerrill
H HStudents funds. Merrill Edwards just before the deadline Tuesday. Sparks
ancy in the price submittedby "Customer relations help Hospital.
qualified for City Council in Group 2. Dees said Tuesday,
the architects of the addition produce satisfied customers, The deceased was hunting
however the
and the low bid. once advertising has brought i Saratoga/is with a nephew, 18-year-old For Sept. 11 Vote complaints prob-
I High bid, of seven submit- them into the store,"he added. i Lamar Crawford of Lawtey, ably arose because of incorrect -

ted, was $417,000, a span of Charge for the sessions will I Complain Of who told the sheriff's office amounts of chlorine in

$47,0000 over the low bid and be $1.00 per person and start- ;' that Crawford had stopped at the water due to adjustments
was $117.000 over the amount ing time for them has been I.
telephone called
Noisy Dogs a pay and All 'Starke Races being made on the city's new
appropriated. set at 7:30: ,p.m. each evening One Goes Up his wife Betty, in Starke. I. $1,000 chlorinator. Dees' de-
Edmondson said the existing .
'
When Crawford came back'
bids will be thrown out and Inactivity Starke's. $300,000 bowling figure includes the building, Starke's eity council has to the, car, according to the i machine ment worked Wednesday on adjusting the

new ones called for as soon alley, now under constructionnear land, and equipment. The ordered the police departmentto nephew, he said he was goingto Draw hope they have the morningand prob-
as the discrepancy is found At Southside Elementary building will be the same size enforce an ordinance pro- shoot himself."Don't CompetitionThe lem whipped, according
Blanding hibiting dogs to run loose on to City
end resolved. He said '
no great School on S.R. 100 south of as the bowling alley in Palat- kid me; the nephew Clerk Merrill Edwards.
delay is expected in getting Starke, is expected to be in ka with 16 lanes and 13,000 city streets. said he retorted. Water samples
Causes ConcernIn The order came after City near-deadline of sent to the
construction of the addition qualifying S. E. Sparks Tues-
operation by October 1, according square feet. All lanes will also Crawford replied he wasn'tkidding State Board of Health
under way.Social Clerk Merrill Edwards, at the day as a candidate for City Council 2 assureda each
a letter to CongressmanD. to Manager F. G. have automatic pin spotters. and drove down the Group month, Edwards said, have all
regular meeting of the
i R. Billy Matthews, FredO. Armstrong shown in the fore- Armstrong is a member of cil night said he coun-has road about a quarter of a contest in every office to be filled in the Sept. 11 tested out okay. The samplesare

Security Dickinson Jr., chairman of ground of the. picture above Corporation! X_which is build- received Tuesday numerous complaintsin mile. The nephew said he: (City Election. taken from the new well)!

Worker Speaks The Florida Council of, 100, looking at the plans of the ing the bowling alley. recent weeks from the Saratoga heard the rifle go off and he I Sparks will oppose incumbent Carl Hurst who is on the Pratt Street Play-
? with peal building. He said.that he chose Starkeas thought that-Crawfcrd: had. I selection l his .
hasr expressed -Concern: Heights"area"'indicating seeking, to second term on the Council. ground, -the- only> ORe from
To..Rotary Club ther"inactivity" at Camp P. L. McGowan, job fore- the site because of the lack that residents there are being fired out the window.. The preacher-businessman, which the city is thawing
Blanding; and expressed hope man for Clyde Knowles Con- of recreational facilities in disturbed by dogs making Lamar said his uncle then who operates City Barber Shopand three incumbent councilmen water at present.
William P. Fisher field that the area can be used for struction Company of' Jack- this slumped over and he reached also fills the ptilpit at seeking re-election now having Street Superintendent S. R.

representative' for the Social ,,something worthwhile. sonville, said his crew hopesto area. Armstrong expectsto noise.Edwards said dogs are very for him. Seeing his uncle was Mt. Horeb Baptist Church opposition. In Group 1, incum- Hicks also told the council

Security! ministration, In writing Matthews, the complete the job by O,tob-I charge 50 cents per game numerous in the area and that: wounded,Lamar said he jumped High Springs, appeared at the bent Carl Lamar Johns is that the water lines are due
Gainesville office; .was guest chairman said: "The Florida er 1 if everything goes for adults and 35 cents for the city dog catcher has been from the car and ran to City Hall; at 11:30: ajn. Tues- challenged by former council- for another flushing since it

speaker, at. the Rotary Club Council of 100 would be gladto Armstrong said the $300,000! children. unable to catch them. the home of his lather, Ray day to pay his qualifying fee man Orie A. Wiggins; while has been a month since they
Wednesday, describing the sponsor a meeting for busi- Crawford, about a quarter of 30 minutes before the 12 the G r 0 Up 3 incumbent were last flushed. When the
program that'' was designed ness men, Chamber of COm- Friday Is Last Must City Attorney George Pierce a mile away.Crawford's noon deadline. Wayne Douglas, is opposed by water problem arose last year

during the depression years merce officials, and others in Day To Obtain Register ForT read a city ordinance which wife Mrs. Betty Mr.Sparks has been a resi- Seeber D. Goodman makinghis city officials fought back with
of the early 1930's in an effort that area of the state to for- says it is unlawful for dogsto Harris Crawford told the dent of Starke for 27 years first bid for city office. increased dosages of chlorine

to'bring a measure of security mulate plans for a programof August LicenseFriday Lawtey School run at large within the city sheriff's office that her hus- and h previously served two The office of Chief of Po- and by flushing the mains
to Americans during activity toward getting limits. Dog owners are required band had called her at 12:45 terms on the City Council. His lice, only other spot in city monthly. They had thoughtthe
their retirement years. some industry or an institu- August 31, will be Parents who plan to enter to keep their pets pennedup ajn. and told her he was going public service also includes officialdom to be filled on situation under control

.Mr. Fisher said the compul- tion, or in some way utilizingthis the last day for persons with children in the first grade at or either on a leash. to kill himself. She said chairmanship of the School Sept. 11, likewise drew a con- until Douglas voiced his com-

sory program was made neces- fine facility in order to August birthdates to purchasenew Lawtey Junior High School Band BoostersTo she pleaded with him not to. I I :Board for four years, and test with incumbent Chief plaint at the meeting Tues-
change in the na- driver's licenses, the county should them the had moved to
sary by a strengthen and help the economy register at Crawford membership on the Welfare William Rosser challenged by
tion's economy from predom- picture in this import- judge's office announcedthis school Monday, August 27, between Meet MondayAn Starke from Cocoa about a;I Board for 12 years. He also J. W. [Buck] Alvarez, a former day.Superintendent Dees told

inantly agricultural to indus- ant part of the state."I week. 9:30: a.m. and 2 pin., week ago. He had been working served. as a trustee on the member of the police force. the council the cloudiness in
trial. In bygone years, most know Congress shouldbe August 31 also marks the Principal Connie Clark has important. meeting of I as a carpenter with his Hospital Board. The deadline for registrationof the water is caused by air being -

old people continued to live adjourning shortly, and it last day on which any Florida announced. the Bradford Band Boosters brother-in-law Ray Crawford.He Sparks' entry into the race voters in the city electionis present in it and said if

on their farms with the younger may be that after such ad- driver can hold the old type Birth certificates will be required is scheduled Monday at 8 p. was born in Tampa on rounded out the field, with all noon Saturday, Aug. 25. the water stood a few minutesit
generation, who took over journment a meeting in the one-year license. Beginning on to establish the ages m. in the band hall Band- August 22, 1936 the son of would clear up.
the operation. This set-up was proximity of Camp Blanding September 1 only two-year licenses of all children. All new stu- master Elden Mathews an- Paul L. Sr. and Linnie Mae Guardsmen May Quarterback Club Councilman Ruby Johns
changed, however, when the will be sold and all dents entering the Lawtey week. Howard Crawford. Survivors
does nounced this
might appeal to you, as it told the board it might be a
young people started leavingthe to me, to formulate plans as drivers will renew only bi-an- school should also register He urges all members to be besides his wife and parents, Leave For 6 Mo. To Meet TonightIn good idea for the city to purchase *

farm to take employmentin outlined above." nually. Monday. --- --- present. are two daughters: Deborah Duty At Once CafeteriaThe a $28,000 aerator to remove -
metropolitan areas. I and Pamelia; three sons: sulfur from the water.
y At the close of his talk, Mr. Coach Hurse Is Pleased Charles Jr., Wayne and Steve, "National Guardsmen may first pre-school meet- The council has discussed the

Fisher answered numerous all of Starke; three brothers: leave for six months of active ing of the Quarterback Club purchase of such a unit at pre

questions from the Interested James E. Crawford of Lawtey, duty training immediately after will be held tonight [Thurs- vious meetings but never on a

group. Round Into Paul L. Crawford Jr. of Cocoa enlisting," CWO Albert L. day] at 7:30: o'clock in the serious level.
The speaker was introducedby BHS Gridders Shape and Neal G. Crawford of Crosby Jr. said this week. high school cafeteria. Presi- "Good water Is one of the

Murray Tillman. who had Gainesville, and two sisters: Three men of Co. CMan- dent Curtis Lee urges all officers best things a city can have,"

} charge of the program. ., ... .... .-. .. ..- -- Mrs. Dorothy Crawford of uel Auguleria, Paul Landry and members to attend Mrs. Johns said in voicing her
> "The boys are rounding Into Lawtey and Mrs. Alice Wig- and George Johnson left I and assist with organization case for the aerator.In .

City Registration shape considering the short gins of. Starke. Wednesday on their six I and planning for the fall sea other action, membersof
time we've had to work and Services were Monday in I months tour of active duty. the engineering and archi-

Deadline Is Set tiP the weather conditions," in the Union Primitive BaptistChurch Two months will be spent in I I son.The new president hopes to tectural firm of Kelley and
Head Football Coach David with Rev. C. H. Rho- basic training at Fort Jackson -
I make a start this year on I II Associates of Jacksonville appeared
At Noon SaturdayCity Hurse said this week of his den and Elder Harry Eddy officiating I I S. C., and another four raising money for a track at at the meeting with a
1961962 Tornado gridders."I'm Burial followed in I months at some other post, I
Clerk Merrill Edwardshas r BHS. He estimated that $3,000 request to serve Starke. Thd
reminded all citizens of 3 br very pleased with the Santa Fe Cemetery near probably Aberdeen Proving or more would be required for group showed the council slid-
Starke once again that deadline practice sessions so far,". Hampton under direction of signmeht by attending schoolor I this purpose. (Continued on Page 6)
for k ky Hurse said. "And so far we've DeWitt C. Jones Funeral performing on-the-job
for voter registration
had no injuries except for Home of Starke.Group Grounds, Md., where the men Y
the upcoming September 11 i end Kenny Terrill's turned will learn about their job as-
city election this Saturday "
ankle. training.
August -25, at noon. Buys
1 Forty-three candidates are Crosby said he had received -

battling it out in the hot Bradford inquiries about men enlist- .,
IiEGIS'tER NOWFor August sun for the 11 varsity New ing and leaving, and that input -

positions and 12 lettermen quotas were available for.
have returned from last year's Labor CampThe young men in September _
undefeated Tornado team. Labor through December of this L9f _
Bradford County (
,City ElectionAt Hurse, starting his first year. Those interested are invited -

Hall ..JIlp1I"'p" year as Bradford High Camp, comprising 5.03 acres I,. to visit the armory on
City_ i School's head football coach and buildings was sold last Monday nights or during the :

DeadlineSATURDAY and athletic director, said the week by J. R. Chasteen to 'a week for further information.

1963 Tornadoes would op- five-man group composed of CO: C, has a full unit, according -I 7

AUG. 25 In hi first season as erate again this season froma Morris Carter J. R. Wainwright to authorized operat-I S :-- x _RS
head football mentor Dav- T formation on offense anda I. ing strength but may take :.-
l Wade Luther
Be ready to vote in important id Horse in T-shirt at basic 5-4 defensive forma- Gaskins additional personnel at this
election on Sep 9. right of photo looking at tion. The only change ,in the Billiard, and Luther [Pete] time, under the input quotas. _
11. offense will be the additionof Griffis. Amount of the trans- Five other members of Co. I
tember clip board has gotten rightto
a trap play for the full- action, based on documentary C are taking their six months
business. Assistant back and some blocking stamps was $3,000. training this time: Privates Truck Almost Throws Big Cat
This Space Contributed Coach Frank Beeves from changes for more effectiveness. Tommie Cason Jr., Phillip
The group purchased the
Weekly to Publicize Chamberlain High in property for later transfer to Clark, William Moody, Grady Heavy, heavy hangs over U. S. SOl at the courthouse corner -
:2 Though they will still use Overstreet., and William C.
Community Events byCommunity Tampa, at extreme rightof a non-profit corporation which Rhoden. Tuesday as a semi, owned by Porter Trucking jDo. of
a basic 5-4 defense, the Tor- .
\ the photo looks on as win be chartered to operate Savannah, Ga. almost spilled a Caterpillar tractor it was haul.
7 nado line, under new Assistant Two ,others will leave in
The '" r..1 Hurse instructs his players. the camp as a source of labor fag, as it turned the corner headed north. The rear end of the
Coach Prank Reeves from September: Robert Kelly,. and
still Coach Erwin Land for Bradford County growers. tractor' broke loose from its chains and hung perilously over
"Boy they need a lot of work The Tornadoes win Tampa win, operate somewhat Glen Reddish..
State Bank seems to be thinking as he watches a group of Tornado grid- go into pads today [Thursday differently. Nurse said. The profits group derived)VUl'be from repaid operation from ,Students who will be, seniors the.highway until a local wrecker service tugged H back Into

I ders bear down on him after they had punted the baIL ]. The linemen won't shift an of the camp. next school year may position on the trailer. After about a 45-minute delay the
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Mrs.. N. P. Robers and daughter Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mrs. -
J Services Held School I
Nursing
p. : t Susan of Orange Park j C. H. Register were in Talla-

: visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay ]hassee last Tuesday and Wed- Monday For To GraduateMrs. 1-

"' last Friday.. nesday visiting Mr. and :Mrs. -
! Mrs. : Inktebar- :Register Jr.. Carlos Rosier 57 Williams
I: I Mr. and E. F. i "NERVE PRESSURE"
.
Rev: and Mrs. J. H. MabryJr. ,
.d ger and family have moved X... ;.
GLADYS .MOOT* PHONE 0$4-4 JLeonard l from 1351 Blanding Street -to .. and family of Deland were 'I* Carlos ROsIer." 57. of- Rai- Mrs. Judy Kelley Williams. ;! by *' --

the Sinclair home at 150S
j .. Call 'Street. Mra. Clyde Sin- H. A. Lawson:. and"funeral services were held W. Kelley of Brooker, will 'k-;

Hamilton.. RobertWhikhf'Varnes took Mark Sp. 4 Joseph A. Gay left, Saturday clair and.:,.daughter.- Evelyn 'Miss Jean Mundy of Miami at 2 p.m. Monday' in the"1 N w graduate second in her class In addition to the routine phjsiral .

Tommy Varnes. d. for several months tour have moved to Orlando where will return home Friday. She River Congregational Metho- next Tuesday at the St. Luke's of Chiropractic t
Johnny and examination Doctor -
of in South Korea after your
duty
Larry Mrs. Sinclair will teach school. will have as guest Miss Frances dist Church. Burial was in Hospital School of Nursing in
and Mark Mercer'Emmett; Akridge being on leave with his parents Wayne Kinney underwent an Cannan of Tallahassee.Dr. -bt: 4 I' Long Branch Cemetery near Jacksonville. Graduation cere- : examines you for nerve pressure. .
Varnes "an :
on
overnight
i camping trip Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay. .appendectomy last Thursday and Mrs; James_Chace of ,, Maxville with Brinkley Funeral I monies will be held at 8:30: p. Dr. Bellinger lie is considered a specialist.

Lake George-- Saturday. .- on Hugh; Ingram' of Tallahassee night at Bradford County Hos,,Tuscan. Ariz were vi's tt.ng'their Home of Macclenny in m. in the Prudential auditor-I
Eo was overnight guest last Thursday Etta Hoover, last !' found to disturb function in
pital. aunt Mrs. __ charge. ium with a reception afterward Nerve pressure has been
"- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby .6f Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth S
Corley Johns is confined in Wednesday. ; t Survivors include his wife at the Jacksonville Garden any organ of the body. Nerve pressure on the stonurhr
and '
son of Perry'were while here on business.
t
Sunday I children I
and
Mrs. Lewis Irby Mrs. Vaner Rosier of Raiford stomach the
Bradford County Hospital following : : nerves disturb the function of the ; pressure on
visitors' of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. :Miss Margaret Duncan of The last week at Daytona I Center. I
Dansby. Cape South Yarmouth Mass. a stroke. spent five daughters,' Mrs. Mary Williams I I respiratory nerves will disturb normal breathing; pressureon !
Beach. :Mrs.: graduated
'r Miss Shirley Morrison ,is.will arrive home Sunday for an Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin :Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Wrye : !: Lou Marzillie: Norman Thornton LawterMrs.and; Mrs. from Bradford County High \ the heart and artery nerves will disturb circulation. .
I extended visit with her parents. were in Leesburg last Friday I While stimulate or low down function, only
spending this week ,with Mr. :of Augusta, Ga. were weekend ; # I Geraldine Anderson both of School in 1959 and received a drugs may
:Mrs. L. F. Kinkins and Mrs.H. night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; removal of the by a skillfully trained Chiropractor -
and
Mrs. Virgil Morrison and R. I. Mercier. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler :rii : I Raiford; Mrs. Florine Wahlin State Nursing Scholarship to nerve pressure
family in Leesburg.Mr. H. Houston took Mrs. Dink- Jones. They all were dinner ; Jacksonville and Mrs. Marie will restore normal natural function. I
II enter St. Luke's the following :
ins' grandchildren Phil and Dr. and Sirs. T. G. HItch and of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Herbert Green guests Sunday Thornton, Starke; two sons '
Terry Stith back to their home daughter Jan spent the week September The Bellinger Chiropractic Clinic at 426 X. WalnutSt.
Green in GainaarJle.
and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy : Shelbert 'of Starke and Leo
;
in Hyattsville Md. They left end at St. Petersburg attend- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfreyand .1b\: Having successfully completed I in Starke gins special attention to problem cases. Open
Hugh Ingram in Tallahassee L of Sanderson; a sister Mrs.E .
Tuesday and will visit Dr. and ing a medical seminar. daughter Elaine, of Wash I evenings till 8:30.
las Wes1q zday.-, f f ie Wilkerson Raiford; the three-year educational -
,, ,
Mrs.: J. L. Stith for several Dr. and Airs. C. J. Houpt'at-
Mr. and
Ga.
visiting :
and children were Mr. ington are 'ti; half Melvin '' f
visiting busi-. three brothers program at St. Luke's, Phone 964-2881 now for an appointment.Insurance
days before returning o I tending the 10th annual this week.
Jones
: Mrs.
and Mrs. Tyler
Marvin
Walker Raiford Cecil
InClearwater'and Harris ; Harris she will
Starke. ness convention and surgical Mr. and Mrs. David G. Scottof accept a position on .
cavs! accepted.It's
relatives'ih Tarpon Baldwin; and Lonnie Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan I j seminars of the American Acad- Decatur, Ga spent Sundayto the professional nursing staff :
Springs last, week, Danny I
: Greenville; and 17 grandchildren -
Cowen'.spent 'the.week" with v will attend the Driggers family I emy Osteopathic Surgeons in Thursday with their daugh: I in Hampton, Va., where her IJ I
reunion'in Lake Butler on Sun.d .- :Portland Ore. last week. Dr. .
r 'er and family Dr. and Mrs. O. '
Mr. Ihusband is employed.
Mrs.
and : .Fred .Johns. 'inGainesville ol J
(; Houpt. is a past president and
i.Mr;'and::Mrs. Johns .y L. Haynes. Jr. Mrs. Hayns t
and Mrs. J. Rf Kite spent fromAug. the Academy and :Mrs. Houpt daughter Anne and Mt- .daughter\ ,'. Pamela1 ,Lynn, I ,
La-
spent theweekend.with'Jilr anOMrs. 9 to 15 with relatives in is current president of the Haynes Sr. accompanied the : _!
:; .
]Elizabethton Te U1. dies Auxiliary Association.Mrs. Scotts back to Decatur for a
'Tie had I
:jCowens
.as rcent,1isitdraMr.: Cojven. : : anj:'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.-: R.-E.,Firth ana Edna- LinxWiler and son. 'isit until Sunday.Mrs. Gail. \ReddihGraduates : II I / / : .
I
G. H. Pate onofWe 9t1. Ga.I I daughter Diane and Bill Torode Ronnie of El Dorado, Ark. and Warren Webb and fami- From I

: Mr, and" Mrs. Robert Barks-: flew to.New Orleans La. Mrs. W. T. Jordon and son of :ly of Memphis Tenn. spent the

dale and family of stark ;,and last Friday for. the we k2ncL Shreveport. were' guests past two weeks with Rev. and Language SchoolMiss

.1 Mr; and Mr .. J. W,, Home of Lt. Ralph Conlan of Moojy last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Luis Diaz de Arce. Mrs.

Hampton\ were vacationing las AFB, Ga. will be weekend G. Holton and Mr. and Mrs. de Arce and Mrs.: Webb spent Gail Reddish is pictured -
!
Eston Jordan. last week with friends in ) on arrival at Imeson Air
; week .at Gatiinburg! Tenn guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Miami.
Mrs. Virginia Harris and chil Firth. Pvt. William Sileox Jr. spent Mrs. David Montgomery and port in Jacksonville recent
the weekend with his parents daughter, Janet attended tveParnell after graduating from the 3ar
dren of Valdosta, Ga. spent Mrs. William Ray Brookins
Mr. and Mrs. William Silcox family reunion at Man- Jose Language Institute it
Monday to Friday with "Mrs ind son of Brunswick Ga. were!
S and family. ,He is on six- itee Springs on Sunday.Mr. San Jose Costa Rico.
Margaret Blankenship. { and fam visiting Mr. and :Mrs. E. C. ,
month active duty stationedat and Mrs. Neal Lyon and Miss Redalsh is a 1957 grad
ily. f Dukea last week.
Fort Jackson 8C.. sons spent last week at Sara- uate of Bradford County Higl
,Mr. ,and Mrs. Michael Durhkof Mr.,and 'Mrs. Logan Baldwin "
Sanford have'rented and. Mr. and Mrs. John Ostgar sota. School and a 1961 graduate oJ;r VL ). School Time Again Are you ready Our'U"1
one of !have had as guests Mr. I
the Andrews' apartments at Mrs. L. L. Thompson Md. son and children Tommy and II Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Gainesville Tennessee Temple College, i ;! \ ;i INY'I57 store is loaded with all kinds of Back-to-School

535 W. Madison :street "Mrs of Jacksonville on Saturday and Randy, of San Jose Calif. was visiting Mrs. A. E. Chattanooga Tenn. She studied \:4t: *1: I items at our traditionally LOW, LOW prices. We
; were in Starke recently visit- McKinney over the weekend. the Spanish language ii I '-i
Durhk will fee a ninth grade Sunday and James W. Gill of 'VAJ have complete: assortment from kindergarten to
ing Mrs. Ostgaxd's sister Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Luis de Aree Costa Rico preparation fo:]
teacher- at. .:..BHS.. Jacksonville on Sunday. I Mary Powell Lappe. Mr. Ost- and family are moving to Lake- her work as in a missionary ii l -u'- college in school supplies and ready to wear

.. gard and Mrs. Lappe's children land next Wednesday. Rev. de Iquitos Peru. For the nex't 'rT Come in, see the many, many bargains. Make the

Bobby and Kathy, left Arce will be associated with few months she will be visit,. ) ... ..' Van H. Priest Store your headquarters for alls

for California by plane last Florida-Southern College and l In.,? various!, flautist. churche "-- school needs this year, and SaveJSave Sa'e.I .
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.. ffl week and Mrs. Ostgard and will be minister of education at!\I, throughout; ; the U.S. I I

f Mrs. Lappe with Mrs. Ost- the First Methodist Church in L I'
Miss Reddish is the daughter

: gard's children Tommy and Bartow. of Mr.:. and Mrs. R. D. \ I I M'F rS\. I
Randy, left Monday to drive Mrs. T. A. Steele of Gainesville \1
Mrv to California. Mrs. Lappe and r and Mrs. Neil Goss Jr. ol, Reddish of Starke and a
.: i member of Pine Level Baptist\I Boys Knit Briefs Back To SchoolGIRLS
her children plan to remainin l Panama City spent the weekend
Church.
: -THEATRE- I San Jose to make their I with Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs. r


home.Mrs. Bertha Pearce returned W.Miss B. Mundy.Patty Kay Lyon of\,Barry SmithAttendsCamp I\ and T-Shirts

: Saturday from a six weeks Starke and Mr and Mrs. Fred .
Fri.-Sat.-August 24 25 t I
visit with relatives in Madison Ellinor of Ormond Beach ar&

N. J., Richmond Va., and spending'three weeks with rela-l Of Sea Scouts- I Fitted DRESSES

:: DOUBLE FEATURE Winter Haven. lives in Oklahoma, City Ed- I and V !

Mark and Kathy Johnsonof njond. and Gary, Okla. Barry Smith, H-year-old

Opening Time (p.. m.)) Fri-6 Sat. 1.OL..TIIE Jacksonville were guests of Linda Kay Holton is visitingher 1,Explorer Scout and son of Mr. II Comfortable ,.. ,I, .4. I ** Tailored Cute

and Mrs. X. M. Smith of
Byron and Anne Terwillegar cousin, Elaine Jordan, in'
ABVENIURE OF THE AGES IS HERE FOR AiLTO SEE! at Kingsley Lake last week. Jacksonville this week. Starke,returned Aug. 15, from _..',4 11111 I FeminineIiy

Dr. and Mrs. Winston John- Mr. and :Mrs. Mack Griffin t tan exciting week with.. a group I V "Patricia Ann"
'
.. M EDWARD SMALL son and family.of Jacksonville 'and:daughter of Plant City and t. North 1ori4a. Explorers: .' "
t :, : .. resws were Sunday guests ; of th Mrs. Lynwood Parker of Tampa Sea Cadets and Sea Scoutsat ,

Terwillegars. Dr. Johnson is were Saturday visitors of Mrs. th? Jacksonville Naval Air 49C & 69.C : ; $$298

headmaster of The Bolles Ann Parker and Mr. and Mrs Station.\ ,

School in Jacksonville. Kenneth Grider. This opportunity to see the '

Raymond Stefanelli and Judy Mr. and Mrs. J. T: Taylor Navy in action was called ''I .

Vincent of Murray State and family of Palatka visited Rendezvous 1962" and the I I

'College in Tennessee are I their sister, Miss Barbara boys attending were '' Fruitof -
indoctrin'I''I'
; / \P FLAbt 1jlIer spending three :weeks with Green on Sunday. Miss Green ated with an

;Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanel- had as 'overnight guest Saturday -gram of activities and redrea-:

; / :a. 1Et1( .. ( Atfl :Miss Jackie H gar of tion from 6:30: a.mto 10 p.m. Crayons -- 5c to 89c

a ,. li.Bobby and Randy Stefanelli Brooker. daily. TIle Loom!

J. of Gainesville spent several .. Mrs. Blanche Englin'der and Among the highlights of .

: ... .. days last week with their children have returned to their the week were a visit aboardthe SHEAFFER

PLUS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.' home in 'Fort Lauderdale aftera Aircraft Carrier FDR at Tapered 36PENCILS PENS

Henry Stefanelli. three weeks visit with Sirs. Maypqrt, inspection of the I CartridgePEN 10

Kirk Douglas Anthony: Quinn in Mrs. Phyllis Bolden and' C. D. Williams and Mr. and' Radar Control Center at and SET RefillsIc Rayon or CottonPANTIES

four sons of Coosbaj Ore.' Mrs. L. D. Green. sonville NAS a flight JaCk-I.

were overnight guests last Friday Mrs. Victoria Harrell returned a four-engine Navy plane Tails '
HALWAUIS1SunMon.tueWed. I Mrs. X. M. to her home in Coral Gables practice $
of Mr. and parachute drops into I: 88 $1 1 _
Saturday after a two w eks
.. JC1Q'4T3q Smith. visit a mammoth pool at the sta : 100% Cotton in S M I L Set .
with
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Size 8 14
Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs. tion. During the week the boys I: -

vLs.rr' Bettee DeSha and Mrs. G. L- Mrs. Hunt gave a birthday par- were housed in Air Force barracks -

TRAiN Farber attended the PBW district ty for her house guest last Friday at the station and ate I Ir

FROM meeting at Vero Beach t and night Mrs. at L. D.the Green.home of Ten Mr. .at the regular mess. $300 All Purpose Zipper Binder 39c

on Sunday. Barry says it was the most ,
1IGUN HiLL Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford l 'guests-enjoyed the affair. interesting and exciting week: f

and family were vacationing, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritsch l of his life;' and he would like i 00

.. .. the past week at Chattanooga,: were and daughters weekend of guests Guilford of ,Mrs Ind to return next ::summer if -given -i Slim Cotton Style $$1 $$298; Little Girls! Big Girls!

Tenn. in the Smoky Moun- the opportunity
J. H. Fields'

; ..- Aug. 26-29 tains.MSgt. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. BLOUSES S
Fogg and
and Mrs. R. W. Correction!
family visited Mr. and Mrs Boys Pants t
Opening Tjnie p.m.Sun.4 Mon--6 Tues.-3 Wed 6 Reese and family of Golds- : _
; ; ; Lennard ,
...- .--..----._ _ _ born 'N. C. arrived Thursday City, and Register Mr. and in Mrs.Panama Hariy The Telegraph, in' last I Pens lOc to $$1 Real Smart
to spend a week with Mrs. Rabb Jr. and ,week's August 16 issue, incor-i 1 I 1 : Tailored To
in
family ta.rianna

IESSTEWAPT Adam Green and family. last Tuesday to ThursdayMr. rectly stated that Claude MY- "'ash'_ _ _ _ _ _ Fit Like Mom's
Mrs. T. E. Strickland of and Mrs. A. L. Goodge, ers, a Negro, was sentenced to __j Variety of Styles

BMMYTAES ,1 Belle Glade was visiting Mr.' and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .three years in the State Prison ad'f 300 sheets 66c Size 7-14
Goodg :
-
and Mrs. Paul Raymond and: on & charge of assault 1 FILLER
A ViATiort I. and children spent the weekend
YotJRvE Mrs. Bertha Lang the past with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goodge with intent to murder. Wear S. '/ 400 Sheets! 88eSolids '
week.
AT in Winter Haven. Myers was actually placed I or $$1
Mrs. Thelma. Mendoza of on three year's probation i Complete Range of Sizes PArER
Mr. by
: and Mrs. Merrill 'Edwards 500 Sheets 98c Prints
: Jacksonville was visiting Mrs..Carrie' Judge George L Patten in - -
have had as guests Mr. and a
:; : PAtch and. Miss Annie Ir8. H. G. Merrow of Tampa 'Circuit court.hearing on Mon.day -|

Darby on Monday. over Miss Joyce Scholl will return R.C. Howard of Jacksonville II I $298 SPIRAL White, Pastel Fillers

:: to Philadelphia Pa. Saturday I,
; 0. last fVJ1oo
Friday: Olin Ray and tries COMPOSITION
son, '
t4 -' after a ten day visit [ Sanitone Division] ofClncrnatti BOOKS
Marshall of Jacksonville
f : 4 with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. on Ohio. :
C. L, Scholl. all spent Monday, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy' The article is entitled "How TO
They
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.. .--. Howard and'family of Concord; to Combat The 'Summer j j'Slump' 15 69*
weekend
the at Daytona
t
\ N. H.. on. T1f'SI'JaV'! _
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Beach. on $5" and describes _
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howar:J a. style show nn i Combed Cotton
JJjN m Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar en and cotton i
: of Winter MAGNETIC BINDERS _
Haven were over- clinic:
4 tertained the Thursday morn, staged here by Mrs.Ii
VtSUN4'j \{
ing bridge club' at luncheon night guests Monday of Ml'. Smith in June. In the article &
IIGM.D and Mrs. A. L.. Goodge.Mrs. .she CRE\V\ END mi OPENERS
tells
..-.. bridge at the Searing home on how she promotedand Girls. ] "Bubble Top"
Gladys Collins
has beer 1 staged the event )
'
with
um'JURE .. Kingsley Lake- added' to the very And Conventional MORPCt,
Andrews
\ :Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Vander- Store staff. Dnij!] little outlay'' of' money, and : .SOX 77C to $1- 19 ,
Side Plastic
with Openers ( )
_ _" -...." -_....... t' "S lip and daughter, Dawn. of Mrs. Erne Johns had as Sat, and friends.the assistance of family i :: :? ANKLETS
_Il?! y : Decatur, Ga. are spending urday dinner ,
--- guests Mrs.
: several days with Mr. and. Ran ;In line with her'public relations for
.t to Triple
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dal Crosby: and Mrs. Henry Car PENCILS 2 5C 3for 25
4It ,
{ "J' 't. ': work Mrs. Smith was,
Mrs. and
'Harry
Mooty GerryCEdwin
... ter of Marrille. Comfort
'.', .S.-, ... featured speaker I -
Prevatt of LSU Ba- Thursday 39c&49c Triple 4. 9 C

Thurs.-Fri. August 30 31. ton' Rouge, La.:, is' home. on aisIL' night ata meeting Of the' ....
( Virginia Smith :Tampa-SL Petersburg area ;. ., Value ..

I Mr."and Mrs. M. L. Lawson, association '1>f laundry and j, ... -
Opening Tint (p. m.) Thursday 3';Friday 6. Write Article. '1 _
cleaners.
Mr. and Mrs; Guy Dyal and She discussed the

[children' and' Oren: Welch were In Magazine feminine image in the laundry :

-Tf ,. _!I'ThA visiting Mr: and Mrs. David,, I business and the. home counseling -i 5|C VAN H. PRIEST Co. .Jc
CA Lawson 'in Aub mdal over'th 3Aii article Virginia Smithof approach to better pub-I

weekend. They Brought back Starke Dry Cleaners and lie' relationsfor Ui$ .industry.i .

AfflGINYEARZERO ,Sally .Lawson who had spent a Laundry, 'and public relations' !,_* i -And' i

'_' ,. :week with her Brother and family -) chairman of the Florida Insti: 'THE RIGHT POINT for tte

:'_-\_ '_I 33g-I ; .- tute-Laundry,and Cleaning w i Ten write.. Come. in and8lectr4 .to Starke, Florida Dc ,

: ; _. Eddie Robins of Jacksonville published: in the currentis your faTO te'ESTi ....IJI' .

; *- *. 4. _i_._.,' A ? e ) .'T'- ,-- l is v siun fh1s aunt, Mrs.. W. B.- sue h o*' rhe. Pipe Liner trade/BfcOOK' Fountain' 'Pen.'TELEGRAPH. -; _. I .- CLYDE PRIEST, Manager IiDflj1.'M'

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.. ? lTRSDAY". AUG. 23, 1962 _____ __ _____ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKER FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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nI I ]Miss, WhiteheadIs :-- ..."-- -' ,-".-.- ..' ::; --'? r Kellys. te. Dorothy Dayton, I i Senior Citizens j, es, of Jacksonville, and Morris,I cy placed on 30 days proba ,

I ][ Honoree At ;l';.X-::: ." ,.-JI:!''Guests AfterRehearsal .** Mr. StevensonTo I Meet TuesdayAt ,: of Starke; four daughters Peniel I tion.

",;;,_ -f..; :' ;4i,' I Mrs. Charlie Gaskins, ; I Harvey James Griffis vagrancy -
l ; : l 0 : Mrs. C. R. Altarez. Starke;
PartiesMiss VowsMr.
Many Lions ClubThe
Say
1. f : placed on 30 days pro-
.;- ;_ _;3-_- ,: : Mrs. Calvin Price and Miss bation.
I Marjorie Elizabeth: I "' Mr. and Mrs., J. R. Kelly en- and Mrs. Herbert Daytonof Senior Citizens Glut> : Bonnie Nazworth, Florahome; I

Whitehead whose marriage to -i tertained". a .delightful din Largo announce the engage- met Tuesday, August 21, at;; : three brothers and two sis- ; Raymond W. Pagel, public

:.., -' ,GLADYS MOOTY PHQXE tti-0451 George Q. Bishop Jr., will bean I .. ..s 1 ner'party last:Friday night'at ment and approaching marriage! the Lions Club with 11 mem-. : ters.'MAYOR'S. I intoxication forfeited bond of

t. event of Saturday evening 'w ,the 301 Restaurant honoring,jof their daughter Dorothy: bers present. .I $27.50.

Theresa Thomas Mrs. Waldron Aug. 25, at 8 o'clock in the J :1; ,their son, Robert, 'and ,his fiancee |Irene, to Morris E. Stevenson,)j The group played four gain. !' COURT I Mrs. W. C. Brachette, running :

t Pine Level Baptist Church, Miss Betty Jean Schmitt, also of Largo. ; es of Bingo then'enjoyed[,,1,I I red light forfeited bond i iI

Says, Vows With Engaged To was feted at several delightful following their wedding rehearsal. The wedding will be an event; square dancing the remainderof ; i! Starke Mayor Randal Chitty .I: of $12.50.TIlE .

Mr. Hollingsworth Rev. W. E. Hall / parties in the past week. I of September at 8 p. m. in I the E'vening.Refreshments. i j had a light week in Mayors
4 The home of Mrs. Craig R Guests were seated at a T- Anona Methodist Church, Largo.: I Court Monday with only six EIGHT POINT for the
shaped table which held a beau. Miss. Dayton and Mr. Steven] of coffee, tea L ,cases to confront him. 'I
,
Marshall 1103 Street
Miss. Janice Theresa Thom- Mrs. Roscoe Bullington an- Cherry I i write. Come In and
and cookies '
were served. The!
you
way
tiful white carnation and pink son are both graduates of Lar-; :
the Minnie Lee Chatman, Negro
Jacksonville
and setting
as" was : I
:daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nounces the engagement favorite ESTER-
next
will select
meeting be September -I your
roses centerpiece at the head go High School. He is employ.;
R. R. Thomas of Starke, and approaching marriage of her for a lovely miscellaneous 11 at 7:30 I disorderly conduct forfeited BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPh. -
:
; p.m.
table, flanked white candlesin ed Barr Electric Co. in
by by :
: James Franklin Hollingsworth sister Mrs. Bessie Waldron, of shower last, Tuesday night : I bond of $42.50. !I .
II,. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Eureka, Fla., to Rev. W. E. Decorating the party rooms silver holders. A garland of I Largo. I I i I
1 K:, 'Hollingsworth, also of I Hall, pastor of the Pine Level were arrangements of summer greenery extended the length The Daytons are former resi-!Mr*. Nazworth, 56 Robert Venero unlawful I
1 flowers. The table !of the table and was interspersed -dents of Starke where they speed, forfeited bond of at
Starke were united in marriage I Baptist Church, Starke. punch was : 1 ,\ Of Florahome : Zipper Notebooks $2.49
on Sunday July 22, at The wedding will be an,eventof overlaid with a cutwork cloth : with small arrangements of. operated the Starke Motor 1 $27.50. I Bradford County Telegraph.

5 p".m. in the Church of Christ. I Thursday evening Sept. 6, and centered with a crystal I the same blossoms and white: Court. Services Held I Elmer F. Sampson, vagran-

Starke. The ceremony was at 8 o'clock in the Pine Level punch bowl flanked by silver Miss Whitesides tapers. I
performed by J 0 s e ph H. Baptist Church, with a reception candle holders with white can During the evening Mr. Kelly Junior Women Funeral services tor Mrs.
Bryant minister of the following the ceremony.No dles. Sprays of fern were used Engagement Told and Miss Schmitt presented Ena Nazworth, :56) of Flora- Season Football Ticket Sales

Church. invitations are being sent, in decorating the table which !To Gilbert Woods personal gifts to their bridal at Set Covered I i home who died August 15,

but all friends and relativesof held cake squares decorated tendants.The Dish Picnic 1 I were held at 10 am. Saturday SEATS
Potted plants and arrange- I RESERVED
; 31 included the
the couple are invited to at. with lilies-of-the-valley, nuts guests I in Paran Baptist Church

I,i decorating ments of gladioli the church.were used tend. and mints. Announcement is made of tlu bridal party members of the, 0 The Junior Woman's Club t near Grandin. Burial followed 5 lri Sat.-Koch's Drug Store
immediate families, and out-of- in the Sardis Cemetery, Folks-
and approaching
I The hostess presented the engagement will have a covered dish family I :
Given in marriage by her A. V. Varnes honoree with a bronze colored ,marriage of Miss Glenda Lee town guests. picnic Saturday morning start-I ton, Ga. 1 '" V Fla. Bank from 11-2
father the bride wore a soft ;(k
linen cloth to match her everyday !Whitesides, daughter, of William ing at 10 a. m. at the CarlJohns' I Mrs. Nazworth moved to
white,, street length sheath Celebrates 85thAnniversary china.Thirtyfive. I John Whitesides of Brandon Mrs. Sinclair Kingsley Lake home. I Florahome recently from Friday Afternoon, Keystone
dress trimmed with white lace : White- ;)
and the late Mrs. ; Starke.
embroidered onto the dress guests attended I sides, to Gilbert Frier Wood, I Honored At I \ Ask Any Cheerleader
and The this delightful affair. ]Elks Members Survivors include five sons
Jrith pearls sequins. Mrs. Gilbert.
son of Mr. and Farewell PartyMrs.
A. V. Varnes celebrated his Eugene Roland and Frank,
low-cut neckline came to a Wood also of Brandon. ]Hold Dance
point in the back. Her veil I 85th birthday on Saturday, Mrs. J. J. Hogan entertained oClyde' Sinclair, who I all of Philadephia Pa.; Jam--

was'of white illusion, trimmed I Aug. 18, when his children pva I at a miscellaneous and lingerie Miss Whitesides is a formei, moved to Orlando last Friday, Members of Starke Elks I I .

with lace embroidered onto a a party for him at his home shower at her home hi 'resident of Keystone Heights ] No. 1802 their! !
was delightfully surprised at a Lodge enjoyed NOW!
She attended Bradford and Clay ; GET READY
at 250 N. Bay St. The party
cloWn fashioned of pearls and Jacksonville Thursday night
Schools, and !going-away' party Thursday I regular monthly dance last T:1::
also for his son, N. S. .County High }!.
) aeq ins. She wore mits made was ,of last week for Miss White- now attending the Umversitj. evening of last week, given byl'week with around 40 attending,

of the same lace and trimmed A basket dinner was served head. \of South Florida in Tampa, ;,the Methodist Wesleyan! Sunday:I II Dr.J. E. Denmark was announced -

: with the same pearl and sequin Varnes of Avon Park whose An attractive yellow and 'where she is majoring in. elementary School class and Wesleyan Service as the winner of the $1001 Lay It Away -- for .
birthday fell on the same day. white color motif used in I I
I embroidery. was education. She is at Guild. vacation given away by the|I
I The bride carried a small on the lawn. The 45 guests at- decorating the party rooms I'officer in the Baptist Student The party was held at the lodge.Dr. .
I
white Bible covered with sat- tending included Mr. Va.rnes'two The refreshment table was I Union and a member of the home of Mrs.. Foster Shi Smith D. W. Whiffen was initia-

i I in and lace and topped with brothers, Issac Varnes of covered with a white: Student Education Association I which was decorated for theI ted into membership in the

a: large white orchid. Long Plant City and Millard Varnes linen cloth and centered with:1 I occasion with lovely arrangements -'lodge at its regular meetinglast ft
Mr. Wood is a graduate of:
| streamers, with bridal wreath i of Starke; his children, Mr. and a crystal punch bowl. Silver 1 of summer flowers. The week.Services. OACKX.CNOOL
Brandon School. He attended -
attached, extended from the ,Mrs. N. S. Varnes of Avon candle holders held yellow 1 High refreshment table .in the dining

Bible. Park. Mrs. W. A. Peebles of i candles. Silver trays held dainty the University of Soutl, room wag covered with a beige
; Florida where he was a member: HeldThursday
I Mrs.. Thomas mother of the Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. sandwiches and brida linen cutwork cloth and centered '.. I .
: choir, the Interfaith -
of the university ,
bride wore a beige dress with Freeman Varnes and daughterof cookies. At one end of the ,.ith.an arrangement of coral For ... I .
and I
i Religious Council, .. 11
pink acc ssories, while thebridegroom's Lake Charles La., Mr. and table were assorted cookie: and cream shaded zinnias in n "' n

mother, Mrs. I Mrs. Oscar Rye.of Palatka a and dips. I I was president.of the Baptis:'I' a silver epergne. Mrs. R. S. Mrs. Norman, 89 \ ...,' II.
J Student Union. He is the musi
R. B. Warren of Pa
Hollingsworth. wore a yellow stepson Games were played during i : Mullins presided at the crystal
i and youth director of the Firs. Mrs. Maggie Norman. 89,
with white' accessories. latka; 18 grandchildren, and 23 the party hours and prizes I I punch bowl at one end of the
'The new Mrs. Hollingsworth great grandchildren. were awarded to the winners," Baptist Church of Mango. ; table. formerly of Starke died Tues- DRESSES \
The wedding will be an event I I day at the home of her
Bradford '
graduated from The honoree received many : Games were played by the 30
i of Friday Aug. 31, at 8 p. m I daughter, Mrs. Maude P. Nor-
County High School in 1962 Mrs. Buck Gill lovely gifts and the hostess : guests attending, and Mrs.!: Sin I
in the First Baptist Chuch of! ris of Gainesville after an extended Sizes 399
while Mr. Hollingsworth grad- Is Honored At"Welcome" presented her with a negligee,. Mango. Friends and relatives,,I clair received many lovely parting ., illness. fJi1p 3 to 6x.........._.. I99 to
schoolin I memento of the occasion
uated from the same as a gifts 'from her hostesses as I
completed three invited i i are invited to attend. '. Mrs. Norman was born at Sizes 999 1
1959. He Coffee Among the sixty guests i a memento of the occasion.! L t' 599
years"of. service in the U.S. I to attend were Mrs- A ii I I Lochloosa. on Dec. 28, 1873, I : '1:. :' : 7 ta 14 ..__...& to

Army in July 1962, and is I Mrs.: D. W. Whiffin entertained B. Whiteh ad..Sr., mother oi II i Mrs. Sinclair ', moving to Bradford Countyat I \ Beautifully styled new crisp cot.I .
Jayne Hardy ..
no!!' employed as a salesman at a delightful. welcome the honoree, :..and' Mrs. George an. early age. She was the < 0 .. .., ..... tons in wash 'n wear Dan River
and announcer at WDSR in 'coffee" Monday afternoon for .Q. Bishop'Sr., mother of the '!Returns From .. 1.3, Celebrates wife of the late Ebbie Norman il c -S." ,, woven plaids, solid I.ors.
!Mrs. Prescott Gill Jr. who recently bridegroom-elect. i one of the early settlersof I
Lake City. lI1-
and two-tone com
I < prints
'% Summer Camp: AnniversaryJayne Bradford County and was '
arrived from GermanyMrs. : I I } ations. Fall colors so right
POINT for thfmy C. L. Tolford of Key- ', Miss Whitehead honored I. 0 the oldest member of the Bay-i I ,
RIGHT was dress.
THE Mrs. Clyde Sinclair ;,an'>:d for school or
and stone Heights was among"tliguests. at -'delightful" bridal tea f '
JM',write. Come In daughter, Evelyn returned thirteenth birthday last l&ct your favorite ESTER Mrs. Whif fin, }.rs.'Tol. given' by "her great: aunt Mrs,, Wednesday of last week:from night when her mother Mrs.J. Surviving are nine children: I ..:'.,.. 0' "
and Mrs. : A. R... Greene and Mrs. G. S. Mrs. Laura Royal of Lake- : ,
I BROOK FounUin Fen. TEll ford, Gill are_ all. Ger .Camp Chattooga Tallulah E. Hardy; entertained at their
I GRAPH. man born. -.'. Martin at the home of the land; Eddie Norman, Starke; .
Falls. Ga., where Mrs. Sinclair home on Church Street. .
,, Former in Jacksonville last Saturday Joe Norman, Dinsmore: Mrs. '

:; As A 'Candidate For Chief Of Police !afternoon. month.served. They as' a were counselor accompanied for a patio The which party.was was decorated held on the for,Maude P. Norris, Ernie Norma / !I Boy's Sport SocksCARP'S

; ': :Arrangements of mixed summer to"the camp by Joyce Denmark, the 'occasion with Japanese'lan- I ,-Mrs. Elva Lee Jones. and :;i Boys9} West'n Jeans :
.: Albert all of Gainesville -
Norman
used to decorate
flowers
For Our Great City Of Starke were -
?. daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. g. G. terns. : ;
the The Mrs. Rosa Mae Thomas "BAM BRAND i'S
party rooms. I ; PEe I A L
Denmark and Terry Barry, .
-. punch table was covered with The .2Q. young folks enjoyed) Niceville; and James Norman 2.49 VALUE! -
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A 6-10
) a- lace cloth and a crystal o 0 dancing, games and refreshments CQlumbus, Ga. Also survivingare 199 2pr.
:J. Barry. Sturdv Sanforised deni&V
I am well qualified to punch bowl was placed at one during the party ho 28 grandchildren 49 great : !.3% oz. full cut ana -
V- .1., end of the table. Trays of While at the private amp, ._ ; s'i grandchildren, and 11 great { room S'7>s 6 '*. il!. =""' 4 $$1
each the Starke I
of girls received -
fill this important -
position I nuts mints and assorted cookies Annual OES great grandchildren. I
I in
recognition some phase '
.' and I promise, I were served. !of her activities. 0 Picnic Set Funeral services were held
Greeting the guests at the I at 3'p. m. Thursday in the I
: r ': when elected, to do all I door was Mrs. Greene and : Evelyn and Joyce represented, is"rida Bayless Hiway Baptist Church Boy's Blue Bell! Size 6-16 SHORT SLEEYEBoy's
I
I
their cabin in the Junior Miss I Shirts
II Sport
in the line and
1 standing receiving I I with Rev. C. A. Crosby ;
., in my power. for the : were the honoree, her mother Chattooga Contest which was! The annual'picnic! celebrating)I Rev. W. T. Newsome officiat-i.

:j.- I Mrs.' A. B. Whitehead Sr., and judged on talent and poise.i thebirthday of Robert Morris, ing. Williams-Thomas Funeral: Wranglers $$199 $1 -- $ .69 -$1.99
.: wonderful people here, Evelyn played a piano selec-' j
Mrs. G. Q. Bishop Sr. motherof founder .of the Order of the Home of Gainesville was in
t tion, and Joyce's talent was, a Eastern Star will be held atthe.Kingsl }
the bridegroom-elect. charge of arrangements. I 11
and for the
improV'ement Assisting in serving were tap dance number. Joyce was a y Lake home'of Mr.j _.. ., _r"" ,"" O _Jr- -

:: of Starke. ; Miss Sharon Raulerson Joan runner-up in the contest, and I I and'Mrs. .E: W. Hayes on. Fri: 'J Billy Graham Film
Bishop Pat McDonald, Mrs. was invited to dance at the day evening, Aug. 24. 'II

I, Robert Faulk Mrs. Craig Athens. YMCA Camp. Evelyn. ]I Members; of Starke Chapter 'To[ Be Viewed

Your yote and support Marshall, and Linda Roland. also Ceremonies took part, and in the in Campfire Vesper 224 are urged to attend and,\t Kingsley Church WHILE THEY LAST! .
I
Approximately 150 guests Services.A bring their families. Supper will-
z humbly solicited. 'I were invited to attend betweenthe be served at 6 p. m. Come early A. film depicting the life of

1ii hours of three and five horse show and swimmingmeet for a swim, and bring a cover Evangelist Billy Graham "Oil I,

; o'clock. were presented by the ed dish. Town U.S.Awill be shown I

campers during Visitors Week- at the Kingsley Lake Baptist I S

THANKS TO ALL II I I Have you an old refrigerator, end. Evelyn won first place in Lindy i..ndrT and Dry Church on Monday August 27, 0
: her riding class at the horseshow
Fan or tools.nhich you no long Cleaning Ball Point Fens 59c at 8 p.m.
J. W. (BUCK) ALVAREZ er use. Convert them into casb l and third place in the at THE TELEGRAPH. t

'now.. Phone 964-3101 and asl finals. Terry Barry won second
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) .
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for classified.HttshHtBkff place in her class. I I

'I All three girls took part in MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN i siI95

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: :the swimming meet, with Evelyn -,!
I winning a first place for, OPEN HOUSE

'. 'form in her class group. i I I II
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I 17l1 I I AND RE'GISTRATION

J7 a.Dp Baptist Circles I -

'_ Hold Meetings 'I. August 29 and 30

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,' 0 ;10:00: A.M. To 12:00 -, 3:00 P.M. To 5:00 Complete Price After $200 Down Payment
I The Brownlee and Ida Darby:

$ : pVer&- i Circles of the .First Baptist: .. 'School Begins September 4th
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i Church met Tuesday afternoon f fI
\ I BANK FINANCING -- 36 MONTHS TO PAY
atthe home of Mrs. J. A:.Griffin COMPLETE READINESS PROGRAM OFFERED

.fs\ J 4 at Camp BlandingvMrs. .' V

c ,;,- 1i F. B. Beard, WMU f Play .u Music -. Rhythm -. Art .

president, and Mrs. \V.B.Yun-
I, dy met with the twa'circles !I Ii I ,0 CHARACTER AND BIBLE STORIES NEW 1962 Falcon Tudor

i.and gave a report on their trip I I -
Ito
,, Ridgecrest. The opening devotional -I: 204..N. Thompson. St. Starke

!I was conducted by Mrs.

p '. ,:,L. G. Powell. 0 I I Ii" NEW 1962 Ford
Pick-up
'
: Refreshments were served by 1
V

: i ,the hostess._ i I I I : BANK' BROKEN


I \ L # 1 :: -,. '). r,,P 1 :, Recent Births i i The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has NEW CARS & TRUCKS


Ii i Bradford County Hospital announces Been Broken for $5 in Merchandise 27 MUST BE SOLD! ,

the following births:
:f it This week Mrs. W. .G. Carpenter, Keystone Heights, was .
; Mr. and Mrs. Wondal Herndon -
t II I the holder of the winning ticket in the Ysrabond C rBr -
Lake Butler a daughter
t J ,, ." '. Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond -

I i Betty Lou, Aug. 16. Comer in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This! drawing' is
I I Mr. and Mrs. Ras A. Brin- with CLYDE TERILLEGARand %
*v I held each Monday at 18:00: a. m. where one number will be k

) L! $$698A son, Middleburg a daughter drawn from the hex: containing tho stubs. The lucky holder ,

1 ,, Anitra Sue, Aug. 18. win lave until Wednesday BOOB to claim the merchandise.If :
and Hundreds of Dollars
Mr. and Mrs. 1... i $ave
Emory : not daimed by then the $5 hi merchandise will be carried

'a Brown, Starke, a son Reggy ever to the next week and an additional $5 in merchandise ',

But it won't be long before,everyone knows! Can't Mathew, Aug. 18. ; will be added. Nothing to bay. Just come in and ;

that Hush Hush brushed pigskin softness i Mr. ,and Mrs. Martin Kapel- '
keep register. You don't have to be present at drawing. ; In Starke.
and feather lightness a' secret! Tie and elastic- : len, Starke, a daughter Karen I
f l INC. TE1ILLI I 1118 11 MOTORS .206 W. Madison
19.
, braid moc with springy cushion crepe soles in beige, 0 Lucile Aug. VAGABOND CORNER
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t '"Yotor Friendly Store"avocado, cinder. :, Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Starling Un, Phone 964-3381 !
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I As-seen i in'Mademoiselle.: ,;: Jr., Lawtey, a daughter. Linda, Open'all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon : I
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1 Kay Aug. 19. '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE.. FLORIDA THTTRSTUY. AUG. 51Let's' 19S!'
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: tf : .. ... s. -, and I may have a longing fort| good people in dear Florida. '

i GoBy the old: days with: my children: God bless >*-. one.'S I TilE RIGHT POINT for the
< .you every. .... -to -4. .
_- l and Fred and Daisy Lang. I write. Come in and
"t.;.. ,, :> send an.... my.,. love. Hope. .Senator way you
was happy with them. favorite STEI-
-I Prescription For Beiier Business i G rd i1ing: These days I make sweet I Johns, does'.. run< again for BROOK Select your Fountain- Pen.... TELE-. j.:

.3 I:' chunk pickles. Here is how I ;(
Starke merchants' make them: j :This time he will win.MOTHER. GSAPH.
recent venture tive : h'is 'iHh
buyers was newspaper er-,
into area-wide Herrey''Sharp* 1 'y l ,l' 4euess 4ofsi' SWEET CHUNK PICKLES I '
|
'retail trade LURA
promotion
? tising. A breakdown. ,showed 30.8 :per,, -
Agricultural Extension i Service PONCA. NEBR== -Wash cucumbers carefully,
through .
B: facilities provided by The Telegraph's cent came as a result of a newspaper I .
!j I put them in a granite dishpan *.
se free-distribution Shoppingnews' ]? ad;' 296 per pent were "just driving)I By Hervey Sharpe days of yore. I j j and cover with this brine: *

w demonstrated, once again that around" and dropped in; 20.1 per cent .. Florida Agricultural Extension;J Wherein the August DayS' -Henry David Thoreau. I, ]1 pt. salt to 1 gallon of water.

fct Diisifjess can }6e) tim l tedor actual' If I- came on a friend's recommendation; 7.1 Service ,:j happy are swiftly passing. These ; This is a poem of the great, ]Let stand one week. Weigh 1I\\tS\

l ly generated-by the proper promotion. per cent, were attracted by highway,. shave Don't when give your lawn return a from close t,! potatoes summer, help' days a widow I dig my get I from the great old philosopher -' !
you
%With ,a paid circulation of 3t200J..Th 3Jgns: '4.7 percent were drawn by radio' vacation. i i settled when moving back I II as, you can see. I read ; a j his writings over and over. i week is take them out of
II \ up
ml) Telegraph already thoroughly covers advertising: :; 4.1 per cent w re notified : I! from TexasI .
; crew-cut -especially after -
A
I i Nowadays, as long as one has. 1 the brine and for each gallonof
31 its: natural circulation area Bradford by television; and 3.6 per cent of the ; the grass has grown tall]I I : Life is a summer's day i health, they are in the noon < pickles put 4 heaping tablespoons -

cI County, and the :western portion! "ofh1 visitS, resulted from a direct mail cam-I and shaggy is more torture; j When it; was for aye, day race. I have been digging i of powdered alum on Meats

Clgfc: including KIngsley Lake and Key- paign.As than most grasses can stand.j! We sport and play. j'jour Irish potatoes every 1 1i them. Pour boiling water over Our Reputation-Quality

05 stbne Heights. But two weeks airo, advertisers might be expected, he has de-I Get the grass hack in the well[I!; Anon the night comes on, i!. chance I get. I dig two long :: i them and let stand 24 hours.

: W .te'offered an 'additional cided-to place more stress on newspaper groomed habit by nipping:i The ploughman's work is rows, then quit. I dig each 1 Lift out of that alum water OPEN 7 A.M. rb. 9 P.M." ,,,

r S.OpO( ) circulation i of a "shopping rie* advertising in the. future to take advantage -!i only an inch or two at the::1 i done I day and have five more to i and pour plain boiling water

1 hat went into homes in( the fringe area, of .the most: effective means i.' first cutting. Then, after three t j' And day is gone. We read i dig. It is excellent exercise : i over them. Weight down and' FI4. GRADE "A"FR.

yhere the regular Telegraph l distribu of getting His word across. to five days, mow it down to)I in this page I and I really do perspire. Ha! :j'I I l let stand again over night and
j a height of two Inches. Both Youth, manhood and I think vigorous exercise is I: day. Then drain and heat
tion has not reached the saturation If Starke is to continue to iJ.ow and I
e i, Be sure to remove the. heavyi age- I good for me. I like to think this mixture: 5 cups sugar, 3 YERS
24 point. prosper-and we believe it will-our i I I clipping from the' lawn. Leaving back and
That hoary age. to the vigor we put in i cups vinegar, a dash of
c! Results of this more than 6.000 circulation merchants must l learn to fight fire with 1 the.clippings on the lawn I The morning is our prime II exercises when I was a WAC all mixture of pickle spices.

V of the shopper section were fire. They cannot 'afford to sit idly by j will almost smother the grass i I That laughs to scorn old!i during War II. I loved that :Make enough to cover them.

little short of phenomenal, with most while more and more customers are i i I to death. Time. I hour of exercise. I do not use. :htat for four days and pour '.'

11 advertisers experiencing: the best week- wooed away by attractive advertising I Centipede lawns often take: And ;mows. nl; crime. I sugar, and eat mostly vegetab-.' i over. That is all. LIMIT

1 en'd business they had enjoyed since to the glamorous shopping centers in I on a yellowish cast after The noon comes on apace,lIes now. I put a pill of saccharin I do not can. Just put them .. C

Ix last ChHstn as. It proved! ,I once again the Jacksonville and Gainesville.The leaching rains of July and I I and then with swelter-" 'in my coffee each i,' in a stone jar, weight down .
August. morning. I never could learn I with a plate and cover the
"business ing face j
.
; pre-eminence of potential t is here -in PER POUND
h1 newspaper advertisingB to drink it black. j j jI jar with a nice clean cloth
the the Starke trade drea-And local mer: You can restore me green We run our race. I I II
most
B effective means of commanding their color by spraying the grass; When evening comes steal- I I especially love this time j I I :and a pan. Good.
sd the attention of the chants can continue to get share ': of out here, for have '
consumer 1 with ap iron sulfate solution. ing o'er year we I II So my seventeenth summerin
and persuading him to buy. if they go after it in the right; way. I mXture all kinds of vegetables out of .
Apply a spray of two We ponder at the door, On | I Ii i Nebraska is swiftly passing.I
dil Profit-conscious businessmen always Judging by results;; Slid the Comments I teaspoons of the iron compound I my ga l'j en. My tomatoes are! do believe it is my happiest.Life .
T try to figure why business i is good of those who advertised in tKeiirst'is-; per 3 gallons of water j ripe and a deep red. I have I has always been an ad- Good Beef Stew- lb. - 2QC

or bad. as the sue, we believe that The' T l gfaph's per 50 square feet of lawnarea. I wigs are becoming a nuisance.j lots of green beans now from : venture. I am so happy to .. .
q correct case!may be, so they can Shopping News: 'af folds' btir mercHants Chelated iron products, i you can try chlordane or tox- ,;j' my third planting, and pole awaken each morning to a First Cut Pork **
errors and capitalize ChopsIb.. -
on good a practical and economical l. inegns of also are recommended for"I aphene. Many of the earwigs j beans Such gooj sweet corn. new day with my good Don I 49c

tf points. reaching a vast audience (estimated at coloring up a w she
0F.j A Houston, Texas builder recently 20,000 readers) in the Starke trade,I lawn. plication. However, the f eel- !I also' the third planting. It eating breakfast with Don I Meaty Neck Bones .. 2 Ibs. 29c
analyzed a large group of prospects who( !I I Don't become alarmed if ing that you are getting revenge -I i I is a job to dig my potatoes have good Florida orange
Properly used it should
area. providethe
visited his model l house to are what I you discover earwigs In your will give you a moral ;, as they just roll out of the j juice. I am sure Daisy's daughter -
r brought them ,in. answer to the steady loss of trade lawn. A number of home own victory even if the earwigs remain -I hill, great big ones and nice Mabel, helps bottle this SUGAR CREEK

He' found tKat the that has been experienced here in recent ers have reported them. I as unwanted guests. 1[1 size to boil whole or bake. good juice down near Avon Smoked Picnics .- lb. s -
I one, thing more 'ears-a loss of trade that can These vicious-looking little I Watch out for army worms Yes, life is good. ]Park. It is really good. 39
than j'
any other that attracted prospec- be won back-but must be fought for. insects may startle you. How. in the lawn. They can ruin We are still looking for Don j My heart is with all of you
ever, the conspicuous pair of I Bermuda and St. Augustine Jr. and family to move back, CARTON OF 6 PLUS DEPOSIT!
_
_ I Gumption Versus Frustration* hooks at the end of their abdomen -I grass in a hurry. Sevin or]jI finish the new apartment, and ;1 .. - PEPSI COLA - | |c
belies their looks. Earwigs I toxaphene will control this j move in before winter. Since & *
WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
do not live up to the pest if used according to the we never did buy them a nice II
Every once-in-awhile someone ing as well as upbringing of our child- superstition of attacking people manufacturer's recommendations -( wedding: present, we have ordered SEISTAIceMilk'gal.

I comes forward to shake us up with a dren. Our philosophy of keeping them in the ear. DDT, an old stand-by a 100 piece set of real I .
I challenge of the now widely accepted 'happy and 'free from frustration' is Dr. A. N. Tissot, Universityof chemical, will kill the worms Haviland China for them to I - 39c

theory of keeping young people on an harming them and will eventually harm Florida Agricultural Experiment in some sections of the state. put in the lovely hutch she 'I
endless where Station entomolo- Annuals wants to bring with her. CABIN HOME
"Cloud 9" they will be society. .
fr6 i from and defeats that It gist says earwigs are harmless Get ready for fall annuals. I Whoopee! Life will be young :? Meal. 5 Ib.
frustrations was further charged that the bas - c
might inhibit their use t i to humans and are not apt to I Remember, most of the choice j 1 again with young people. | Charley \ 17C
Ii personalities.: of terms like "insecure I '
ill-adjusted
I newt!
annuals
damage lawns. are planted during j I dressed all up in my
1 This time it .is the. vice-president> of frustrated, or made ineffective by a They are commonly found August, September and Octo- I voile Sunday with my white I E. JIM BEST NO. 2'Pork&Beans /

1 a teachers'.union who uhres.th rij to sense of infei'i ritylt is being overdone. beneath boards, in wood piles, ber.For straw hat and pointed toe ( Johnsabout - | Qc
I stop aiding the development. of neurotic, "These words to children indicate an !I under leaves and in other best results, University slippers. I walked to church. I: JL/

k society and -teach their pupils that inability to cope with problems," it was i 1 plant material. They become' ornamental l specialists com- We had the body of an old:

I "fjrit, guts, gumption, and commonsense said. "They indicate thai Ihe final outcome -': numerous in well kept lawns. '! mend sowing the seeds in a i lady here, but Don said he'( this question: GA. RED NO. 303 .

If i are the basis for success in life." of life is defeat. I II Earwigs are largely scavengers flat. In these: :shallow boxes would stay by the telephone. : Tomatoes2fora 2Sc
1t This i advice might also of feeding on dead and decaying you can control conditions bet- '!! We have morning visiting ",
( course, just The assumption that most of us' "With lawn equipment bicycles
[ as aptly be given to for in organic matter. They rarely ter than if you planted the I hours. So I was enjoying the
parents use have acquired mental and emotional( .
t J I the home. damage plants. seed in' the flower garden. I sermon and it was about threec' and water sports Apple Jelly 2 Ib. jar - Qcgfr (:
I conflicts with which we cannot cope is i In the event you find ear- !. To insure disease-free seedlings ;i fourth over when I heard the. .equipment in the garage, t r
-I : This spokesman said that concern dangerous, it was said. Pupils should .I i purchase disease-free' wail of the ambulance siren. '1 1I we are really vulnerable toheft.
i
for supposed psychoses phobias, and be taught to makea_ calm and objective j i ill-will toward tobacco buyers;, ;' seeds and plant them in clean I knew that meant there was j t Does a Home Owners

; emotional blocks among children is b'eirjg -' appraisal- ofthemselves_ .and'recognize. ;,..or thedevelopers of the new! soil. You can make- the soil I I II no one at the mortuary. So I I Policy[ cover theft both

badly overdone. "Our American weaknesses. and failures for what.- they j I tobacco variety. The vast majority I j I free of most germs weed- seeds!i arose from my seat quietly and off the on WA YNE'S
heritage of self-reliance and ability to are. i i of new developments, ; and soil pests by baking. the 1'I ]4'and went down the outside premises as a

successfully struggle against hardships In a lummfhg up that.siems to make'seW 1! brought out at the Experiment 'I I' earth in an oven for an hour' aisle I handed my church envelope ]normal part of the policy?"
\ a| well the ;' Station have to, and a half at 170 degrees j offering to an usher ,
as ability to stand on our ;. the teacher official said: "The: proved II' Charley E. Johns CASH SUPERETTE
Prior to planting, treat the I! before I went out the door.
i be of to the .
own two feet is help growers.
1 porating, it was American insists
parent that children
: seed to prevent decay, pre- !I1 hurried down the steps toward -
A change of tookplace
seasons 617 WEST :MADISON STREET
\ rned. must Agency
always have success then wonders -! 1 III
| at the end of Dog Days emergence, damping-off. and home The sun was
: "These changes in our basic American why the latter grow up unable to !i Aug. 11, and since then the: other ailments.' takes" only shining hot at that hour andI PHONE 9B4-0121 We Give

l, attitudes are reflected in the teach- cope with failure. nights have turned apprecIably II a couple of minutes to' treat 1 1 1a was a little jittery, as I 131 S. Walnut St. Family Stamps. _
cooler. No one knows; package of seed. All you do| wondered what had happened. I

ft Happened Here what causes the .change; per. I is tear off a corner of the I, I thought, "Boy I will be .--
-1 haps our weather satellite I packet, toss in a smaU pinch awful hot and tired when I

I will some day explain themystery. of seed protectant through t get home." Just then Dr. KEEP A
\ IQualified
it's
Maybe about
time
: for
a "GetAcquainted" counter. One was a business man in II the opening and mix it with I Tracy pulled up across the
or "Know Your Neighbor Starke and the other was from a near- S S S the seed by shaking the pac- street. He is our vetinarian. He

I .. Week., by town. A third man who holds high I Alice is planting pansy seeds; ket. Speigon. Arasan, and ': had his truck of medicines. I And Experienced

City dwellers seem to think that office in Bradford County, came in and I for next season, and at the Semesan are among: the chemicals -i i said, "Doctor will you take me _

I everyone in a small town knows every- sat down near them. same 'time, has some petunias; I you may choose to use home? I am gttting exhaust- Man In Office ; 1
one else and all for treating seeds. i i ed." So I rode home in his
are just one big happy The one from a nearby town asked that are still blooming. She .w
-9 family. It would be wonderful if this the third man if he knew this said she held them, back on; When the plants are about i II truck. The ambulance call Re-Elect
the man purpose to ha\t blooms... 2 inches high in the flats, I was an old man who fell and
were case, but
unfortunately sitting here and when he answered no, I transplant them to another : broke a hip.
.
too often-small town folk are just proceeded to introduce them.It See... where"' hcg'prices'' r. have'. box, spacing about, two inches 1 So our lives go. The second WILLIAM (BILL)
_ about bad
as as their city cousins when so happens that the businessman been rising ,stea'dfly.< Growers;1 apart. Before setting the '' batch of robins are now big

.. It comes to really knowing the people had been living for more than 18 say that if the trend continues plans in the garden harden enough to leave the nest. The

njext door. months next door-only a driveway be- they will be able to go back them to wind and sun. wrens do not sing quite so

.- A little incident that happened here tween their homes-yet unknown. into hog production with the: Annuals that you can plant ;, much and already the days ROSSER

recently illustrates this point: Now do you agree it's about time chance of making some mon from now until October in- seem shorter and the sun go-
elude alyssum baby's breath, in the heaven. I _
Two men i ing south
were sitting at
lunch ey.
_ a for a Get Acquainted Week?
blue-eyed African daisy, brow- 1 think of our school in Florida _
S _
A welcome addition to the allia, butterfly flower calen- !I starting in this month. It was _

'f--- -__s-- -- ---------- --- ...I_-_I..... .........'.. or a Roosevelt D. country landscape these days; dula, calliP sis, candy tuft' never too hot, for there was CHIEF OF POLICEI
and at that
time : is the pretty white flowers of r cape-marigold carnation. Chi- always a breeze. It was fun to _
I a Farmer's Diary that he we gave up. concluding the sweet bay. We have some nese forget-me-not cornflower :,: be back with my dear child-
S was an Eisenhower D. Flora's paintbrush paint- I loved those wonderful ote and support in bid for Re-EWtion as
: planted at our place l but they] I : ren. am earnestly soliciting jour % my
or Republican
a turned t
I .
.. I out. inside are taking their time about? ed-tongue pansy, phlox pink, days in Florida. Some day I your Chief of Police.

., By Sam McGarveyfuture. U S S blooming. f snapgragon, statice, stock and must come back to see every- During the past year I have served as your Chief of Police I feel I have served
verbena. I know it has changed,
From reports at the tobacco S S S I thing. you capably and in an impartial, fair and honest manner. I have
I. : S STalked market there will be very The menu at the Robert,.1- faction, and my department: has worked to keep our city clean and Keep you fully

.: to a U.S. Engineer little Florida 22 planted by: Meyer hotel in Jax contained' protected day and night. ..

'( Corps spokesman about the growers next seasQn. The new the listing of "Real Jersey,,i I would like to stress that in this election a popularity contest is not being run
I Pork." and that made us1 Vote For and Re-Elect
possibility of getting the,San- I.variety did very well in I laugh, for New Jersey is not but you are being given the opportunity of Rejecting and voting for the perso"n. who
ta Fe River
I cleared of debris drought conditions and it had I and i You
I to our knowledge famous for can give j-ou :your fanuly, property Interest the best protection possible.
and he said it would be excellent
pos- resistance to nematodes raising good hogs. A large will be selecting the person who, in your mind is best qualified to render fair, impartial -
sible ,,
to
get federal assistance:i!: but at the market it -
and honest law enfo 'm'nt.
number *
are produced on
I on the project if it were ani was heavily discounted and gar-
I Attended ft state' meeting i emergency problem. Looks like j I|I brought about 20 cents less I bage from N.YC.: butwe. still j q. .' .. I would like to call to your attention that approximately $;)OOOO is appropriated

cfn Soil Conservation with] we can't qualify on that score.'. than old favorites, such as:)I prefer corn-fed pork. :;i annually to the Police Department and this is paid by you. When you pay thl
I S S I I
i Poster. Shi Smith, Bill Haas Hicks Broadleaf. !*II I I CapableAggressive Qualified amount, you want, expect, and are entitled to the best t.eni'e possible for every

I and Leon Carter in Jacksonville At lunch the talk got aroundto S S S However salesmanship is at dollar spent .. .

last week., Secretary of politics: and Sam was dIstressed As a result many growers a peak in this country today.. Economical I feel that niy record and qualifications speak for themselves, and I stand on
and if they promote, the idea :
t .tate Tom Adams gave a to hear Mr. Kennedy took a heavy loss at the market long these! and I humbly solicit )jour vote and support for my candidapy.
will
enough people come : .
good talk in which he warned labeled as a possible dictator.On but they accepted it with I to accept good. old garbage- r'1.Carl .
: that unless steps are Questioning the critic : good grace. The Thin'k"ote
: proper said ones we fed: pork as the.best. But these Stop Read! !
- I taken our, state will face a he was a Democrat, but not a I l spoke to said "It was just one slick salesmen have their .

- water. shortage, inthe near Kennedy D. or a Truman D. of those things," and bore no work cut out, for them, as \ for and re-elect a man who has your best interest at heart.

-- .- I more and more cows are being Vote for and re-elect a man who will run the office of Chief of Police In a Sober

Ii f : :THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I fed poultry manure. The Intelligent, Dependable and Impartial manner.

ESTABLISHED 1878 answer, of course, is simple. HurstCity Vote for and re-f'!ect a man on whom you can depend to protect your Family

- IFlorid. I-They'll just change the word'manure' Ufe, and Property.Vote .

I .'. -,01dNt weekly to something- else"- ,; for and re-elect a man who will continue to keep accurate records for your

: Newspaper. Con and. everything.be d ndy.- protection that are open to the public.

I1 :. : FL01I'ASS I ESS tinuously Under The SamsON S S r, Vote for and re-elect a man with a high school education. .
){utbeal.1 Our good old mullet is a' Council TwoI
'f t. fine example. Now it is being : Group \ Vote for and re-elect a man with police academy training.'

; : E. L. MATTHEWS marketed under the high fa- Vote for and re-elect a man who has had S years xPeri"neeith the S&rke
Police
luting .name of "Lisa" and if : will Continue Department.
to stand on my own Merits and Capably .
S Editor and Owner I you didn't happen to care for ,, y.t. for and re-elect a man who has bad 6 bars business experience.Vote .

S SUBSCRIPTION RATES mullet. you'll love Lisa at ,I and Efficiently seTthe people of Starke. I for and re-elect a man who has served you as your Chief of Police.

: t.S' .; ., 'IN TMAOC ARIA. OUTSIDE TRADE AREA, least that's what's supposed to earnestly Solicit your Vote and Support from the Your active support and your vote on September 11 will be appreciated.

I ."_ 'cplgYfAR-.. *.OO 9N1t YEAR *...o.t. happen. We, just don't know.
.;!: .,I1ONTh1 a 1.71 SIX MONTHS .. ZOOS Barbecued mullet won -a lot bottom of my heart. THANK YOU
:. .THRU MONTHS 1.00 THREE MONTHS '. 1.SS of elections: it will be interesting '
! : ,::' Published Each Thursday and Entered: as Second Class MatterFU. to see what effect Lisa (Pd. Pot. -,Adv.......' ). WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER

4i -."' h rMt mce: ai i rt ...itr'Act .! karcb t, 1471 _:. _"i.. ..__, has on,our politics. !j : I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) --


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T Y TTTTTT TTTTTYYYYTTTT 'iv vvv T .-.--.-.-. .- -. -.- for the I""ilnry of ::dord. stateof 1
has {il "d said cfrtif.u-a.tes a
nition
USS Diamond
NEWS ship
OF INTEREST TO COLORED MICEAND, rIEN? \ Methodist Church tax deed to be issut-d ther.um. FU>rida.Cnle .
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Head. operating as a unit of ;. The certificate: numl er" and ""s such certificates shallI.

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy RA1FORD the Sixth Fleet in the lied-1 I Schedule for Sunday, Aug. ,! tion ycar.s' of of' the istuaiife.property the and df.",crip1' tHe tiie redee.ni-d property described a'NJr i.ngQ' in such law

WOMEN itprranean. He is the son of 26: names in which it was assuss.d certificate or cert'fjcates' will befold
( Elizalvih 'Ghfz1)AAAAALAiaa& ) Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Daniel L. Raleyof .' art as follows ti the highest bidder at the
By Nancy Ci Tompkins .
; Church School 9:45: a. m. ('... ..in.'e i Xo W Year of Is- court house door on the first
. . . Route 1, Starke. Thus far, sua1R 1'Jt! ;. r"ndin:' Month of October. ..
Moinin 11
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A .AAA .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ---- ---- r .4 .: I in their five months of de- l)tic'n of ProPertTj J j Beg.at ll6! : which is the 1st day of Oetolwr -*
School Snack for MYF, 6:30: p.m. XE Cor. of $l'* of XB'i run 198:!.
NeijPreplaiinjng superintendent, Mrs. Essie Clemcm-Dobbs tion ship USS Diamond. Youth Meetings, 7 p.m. Eve- \V :,13s i: ft. S S3rt ft to TOW theni listed this 20th day of Au-
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began Mon- H lhnrJ. in charge. The pastor -' Miss Mary Ann Dobbs Cadet Franklin Ritch son ciew has traveled more than ; ISO: ft. S ;59 ft. W 110< ft.. X ;30) gu"t. 1 :!!.
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fling Worship, 8 A. DAltF.Y.
p.m. CHARLES
Monday I ft. tll 1VR S.'t. 9 T 6S H 22 E.: |
with the teachers of and congregation will render daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Hazel Ritch of Starke, 23,000 miles. Monday Youth Activities Xainc- in whi-h assc-ssed beta 1 1I I1JuekIts. : rlcrk uf Circuit" Court of :

Bradford County in a joyous service in Waldo this Sunday .: Earl Dobbs and Roy demons has completed six weeks of: ___ i II I Week begins 6 to 9 !I Itradfoi'd County. Florida
session : p.m. : All of said property being in S-23:! 4t 9-1S
and each one ready to for Rev. Robert Dell and Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy training at the Reserve Officer Pvt. Michael K. Walrath of :, TuesdayYouth Activities I

work on the theme of improv- members. All members: and Clemons Sr., were united in Training Corps camp atFert Keystone Heights recently i program 6 to 9 p-m-
fd .
reading. friends are invited to join in marriage at 8 p.m. Friday, Benning Ga. Cadet Ritchis participate with other personnel Wednesday Youth Activities '-- '

Parents' please remember the service at 3 p.m.-Harry Aug. 17, in the educational a 1959 graduate of Brad- from the 2nd Infan- program, 6 to 9 pjn. To The Citizens and Voters

that chfkJren entering! the Young, try Division in a 17-day joint
lay ford
reporter.Mt. I building of Raiford Baptist High Schooi and is at- Prayer Meeting 7:30

first grade lor the first' time Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Church, Rev. Allen Price per- tending the University of Army-Air Force maneuver' Thursday Youth: p.m.Activities -.' of The City; of Starke:

must regi.ter' at RJE-on: Aug. Rev. J. A. Grimmage pastor formed the ceremony.Airangements Florida where he is active in conducted by the U S. Strike : program. 6 to 9 p.m. Chancel -

31. It j is a state law that no is planning a joint revival of Formosa ._ the ROTC program. I j Command at Eglin AFB. Wal- Choir rehearsal 7:30: p.m. People of Starke

child shaU be admitted unless meeting with Mt Nebo Missionary lilies and greenery were used F- _. -.- rath entered the Army in April : Friday Youth Activities and surrounding territory -

he or she is six years' old.on Church Aug. 20-31. i, in decorating for this occasion. j Lucian A. Johns son of ;; 1961 and is assigned to : program 6 to 9 p.m. ; S have virtually

or before Dec. 3f 1962. A (: Prayer services began Mon- :: The bride's only attendant \ I I Mrs. Stella Johns of Hamp-! Co. A. of the division's 9th drafted to be a
me
birth certificate r'other document day night, and preaching will was Mrs. Sherell Crawford. ton was recently promoted to Infantry at Fort Benning. Ga. d ... ':y '_ _
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I : ::2 candidate for City
is also required' to .establish I start Aug. 27 with services at. and Mr. Crawford served as ]Kenneth Tyus Specialist-5 in Germ any,j|Sept. 30 Deadline >OTICB OF .%i.irvnos ::i, .... k

the child's age.FuneraF ..: ';7:3Q: Rev. Ira D. Hinson best man for Mr. demons. ,'! I where' he i-l a member of the' I FOU TI\ ur.io: .j* Councilman, in Group
Ei.tMis. Is Promoted Ser.: IM.I!! *$. }'J'! Two. Therefore, I
Farmers
On
Set
: i pastor of Bethel AME Church. : The bride was given in i 78th Engineer Battalion Spe-jJ XOTIPE'IS S S '

: .Hattle Ellerson's fun- l[ Tallahassee l will conduct the marriage by her father. To Lieutenant cialist: Johns entered the Ar- I that Maude HEUKBY n"dn' the OIVRX holderOf .. .. S $S' H a\"e this day (Tues17 -

eral\vm. 6 held Friday Aug. ; service. Rev. G. B. Burgman is Wedding cake and punch : ,I I my in 1947 and was last sta- Gas Tax RefundsFarmers I : the fallow inu certificates S S day, Aug. 21,) paid
24. at iit: Pisgah Methodist at : were served at a reception tioned at Fort Brass, N. C. has filed said certificates foi a .
pastor Mt. Nebo. Rev. W.i Kenneth Tyus. son of Mr. I II | : have until Sept. 30 tax le-d tlbt' Issued thereon. S ; : my qualifying fee as
Church at 2 p.m.. i P. Jenkins will preside. and : held immediately after the before going overseas in De- The certificate number and candidate for this
Visiting v> and Mrs. Harold K. Tyus of I Ii in which to file applications : years of issuance, the description 1Ik : a
;. : Rev. W. J. Taylor will serve ; ceremony. j I i cember 1961.Robf'rt of the property and the office.
l i Starke, was recently 1 I
___ for federal gasoline tax refunds r
Mayrina and Jannie Sue :as moderator. : Personals i I promot-I names in which it was assessed
ed to the rank of for the fiscal end- are as follows: 1
Hampton have 1 I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brown. W. [IBobi] Smith I ; year I have been
spent an extended -! Greater Allen ChapelRev. Junior Grade while Certificate! No. 10/ Yeai' ' ins last June 30. They en-
vacation with relativesin ing had as Saturday night I. seaman, USN. and son of Mr. 1 are 1960.Df'wrjptioll. in .
L will be
own
A Sampson
l. ; Airborne Eirly W a r n i n g titled to claim refunds each of rropmy 1 hot i my
the city, Mrs: Mabel Bryant : host t to JLhe. Eourtb.: ,Quarterly ; guests their children Mr. and;.i Squadron Eleven in Argentia and Mrs. Junius Smith ofj! for the federal excise tax 15 ft. X&!' br 100 ft. E&W Gnd ., business. I feel that
and Rev. Damon t>ll. Thy Conference with Rev. W. P. I Mrs. Henry Perry and family. Starke. has arrived in Guam! year on X by Tremarco Corp i'n S !wftoden
Newfoundland. He is assigned ; the needs business -
have paid on gasoline used on their. on E by Hwy 301 on W city
returned to West Palm of Melrose. Marianas Islands with other! S.
Jenkins, presiding elder in j to the Operations Departmentof !II\ citv pruperty Set 24 T ;5 S in its
farms farming
Beach for the opening of 'charge. Sunday School starts Mrs. Nolie Cason and fam- members of Mobile Construction for purposes. I R22 H.N'ame. people
the squadron.: II An for the refund .
I application in which as. essed tTn- business executives
school. i at 9:45 and morning service at I ily had as weekend guests her Battalion 5. The outfit S
: : filed with the k1I') \n.
Lt. member must be I
ivirs. Fannie Gibbs and : 11. Evening Service, 6 I son, Carlos, of Waycross, Ga., tjgl Tyus is !I i left the U.S. on July 21. While' ; All of said prooertj boms in who understand the
p.m.
of of the that fly District Director of Internal ,
th of
one crews County Bradford. State
daughter Mrs. Lois Myles of All boards are asked to have I' and Percy, of Jacksonville. i the versatile Lockheed "War in Guam, the Seabees will Revenue after June 30 and before I i of Florida needs of the people Persons who are fair and im
Tampa, were house guests of written and financial Mrs. Annie Prescott of Lakeland construct housing units and Unless such certificates shall
reports.
I ning Star" Super Constellation -I Sept. 30 each year. he ledetnied aci-ording to law partial-not greedy for filthy lucre; who are willing
the Oscar Dells last week. Bethlehem Free Will Baptist j who is Mrs. Cason's sis- I renovate existing Navy facil- i
aircraft which maintains The refund be claimed : tht 11rOII'I"d..rlof'd! in 'uth. .
Church News C'mrch will start revival .ser-i i tee! is visiting with them for ities. They are scheduled to may certificate or oerfificates will !h to work for the best interests of all cutting cost
a constant patrol over the I by an owner, tenant. or oper- -old to the highest bidder at the
will
Rev. :L. H. McLpnrion. pastor vices on Sept. 3, with Rev. a week. i!: Atlantic extension of a vast return to Port Hueneme, ator of a farm. depending on : ourt house door on the first of government to the minimum, building good ,
of Mt. Monah Methodist Wilhsms: of Jacksonville as the I Mrs. Elsie Gordon was in : I Calif. in December.Pvt. Monday !In Month of t.tnl'r. and using economy, courtesy, and cooperation in
Church II i Palatka over the weekend to electronic network that begins who actually paid for the gas 1962 which is the 1st day of October -
will hold ChurchSchool nffi'itin minister. Rev. office.
I
: in the Western Pacific and I oline. me.Dated ::.
at 9:30: a.m.ith the t T-ouis McKay and his congre- i l visit her son, Hal Gordon and Roger< D. Dixon, son of I this& :2:Uth day of August -
family. While there she became : extends across Canada to a Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dix County Agent G. T. Huggins : 1
I .I ill and had to be rushed point far out in the North I on of 636 Epperson St.. says that farmers should keep : CHARLES rirk of Circuit A. DARBY Court of will be deeply appreciated.

IlWNfi THE: I to a hospital : Atlantic. The Atlantic Barrieris Starke has been assigned to sufficient records to enable Bradford County Florida23

ENTIRE FAMILY! I:, Hay Brannen of Lakeland is designed to forestall any I'' Co. A. 2nd Bn., 1st Training I the Internal Revenue Serviceto >- 4t 913OTICK S E. SPARKS

usiting his great aunt, Mrs. attack a future aggressor may' Regiment, Fort Jackson, S. C. I verify the accuracy of the i \ APPMCTION' ,
j
I I Nclie Cason and the Mark- try to launch against. the. USj j for eight weeks of basic combat ': refund claimed. : KOH T.Im" D
See. :
t'-S.
oliday I lee Alvarez family. Lt. Tyus is married to the i training. This is the first I Records shouU show the' XOTU'E IS m.lll.HRREI5Y: GIVEN, (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

4pp I Mrs. C. H. Cope of Jacksonville former Miss Marion Akridge I| phase of six months active' date of each gasoline purchase, 1,1 that t the Hay A. ('i;.\ thn,.. holder't
following .rtific"teS I
: has been visiting Mrs. of Brunswick, Ga.. and they;i duty training with the U.S. I Ij the number of gallons bought,

Swim In The Best Water In Florida, a : Rosa Sapp and other friends have one daughter, Susan j! Army National Guard. He is a'' and the name of the vendor:

I WATER SKIING e DELICIOUS FOOD i here. Emily, one month old. ,]i m e m b e r of Company C,,' the number of gallons used

FISHING 0 PREMIUM I BEERS I Mrs. S. H. Moore and Mrs. I, Starke. !i on the farm for farming pur-

a ROWLING 0 SOFT DRINKS i J. R. McLeod entertained poses: and the number of gal- WORTH'S of Florida

Thursday of last week with a I' lons used during the same period ,
.
DANCING 0 MUSIC Harvey C. Raley, yoeman 1st
I picnic dinner at Lakeside class, USN, is serving aboard by custom operators.A SUCCESSORS

KINGSLEY BEACH"ON Park for the Tompkins and the Atlantic Fleet ammuniservation -I person who does custom TO DEPT.

BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE"; I Halls, as Mrs. Hall and child- i I work is not entitled to a tax Robbins'

ren will soon be leaving for I I refund for gasoline used on STOREBoys

the North. Our Soil Our Strength', farm plan from. i someone else's farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner The Soil Conservation Ser-

I This!!, pleasure trio will do you good! ,I left last week for a several Soil Conservation vice has been working with

i days visit with their children, Howard C. Douglas and James .

Rev. and Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs, Davis on irrigation system !
I\J.E-W.S
who are moving, from La- planning. The Soil Conservation -

O"1 : Crosse to Gainesville. By Rill Haas Service has irrigation: engineers S.

: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins !; available to help you .
Gt The other day I stopped by
Sr. and the Halls had as prepare plans for all types of
to talk soil: and water con-
4\\\ :, their Friday night and Saturday irrigation systems.
!rvation problems with Jesse
: g guests Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
i, Newsome. He.and Leo Hervert aJd.GirI8
I Tompkins Jr. and sons of Boys
RESORT I were standing beside a car i

i I Leesburg.Rev. and Mrs. Joe Dowling 1 discussing their car problems; SHOES 1.99 Ivy Pants 1.99Triced
i of Jacksonville were recent We talked about clearing up or OWNERS - -

FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIEst! Enjoy the peace 1! the water in Jesse's fish pondand

and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn Ii guests of their mother, Mrs. pasture management Want to Group Values to 4.95 Priced at 2.99 and Up

crisp cool days. refreshing, restful bights. .wonderfulfood. Lula Dowling. ;;: work whe he remarked, "Bill give your

Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you like I Mrs. Nettie McCormick of you should walk out in that child startin High; Top or Sneaker Girls From
there's dancing, horseback riding, craft Port White and her daughter, a big
activity square : millet I planted. Its up over
wilderness pack trips, bear and boar hunts, boating Mrs. Oscar Dun 'gan of Pen-
making, I : your head and growing like life? Tennis Shoes 1.99
fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages, lodge. Rates I, sacola: wrrp Wednesday night |;i mad." Jesse planted millet DRESSES - 2.99
lower after September 15-less crowded. For reservations guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim 1
: and Pensacola Bahia togeth- -
ONLY
phone 2105. Conner. ;|i er. He is getting good grazing $$3d-40 Girls 3to6x-7olt(
Rev. and Mrs. Fleming !
!;
; MonthlyFor
:; from the millet while the ba- > -
Send forFREE
Tompkins and son of States- .I
COLOR FOE?: Dept. 561 i Fontana: VIe:!! N.C.Bulk boro. Ga. arrived here Monday -;I', hia gets established. Care Only 12 Years!I Patents; Flats 1.99 87% MORE WEAR!

must be taken in controlling .
morning. Then the Tompkins c wiTh r, !.T r J, Boys LEVIS, Wraglcrs
; the grazin?: in that type of .
;
and Halls all went to Wilson .! INSIDE
--r----- La I : pasture to prevent the stock ::
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Big HoysLoafers WESTERN JEANS
r Springs where they were : I
: from :grazing before it gets : FINISHING t,
joined by Rev. and Mrs. Mal-

36 INCH i I I| colm Tompkins for several\ I I established.A complete soil and water :1': i MATERIALS !(:, ; Oxfords 3.88 2.98

:j days visit. '
t conservation farm plan was : AVAILABLE :'> pChildren's
Mrs. May Belle Dobbs, Miss !i
It i i deliverrd to Arne N. Hauger .J '
Eva Henry Mrs. Maude Fin-' :&. "
i who lives in the Rising sec- ia : AT EXTRA ff Full Run of Sizes in Stock-
!| ley and Mrs. Jeff Finley are I I[ tion. Arneis using Pensacolai l 180 amp. lutriol winng with' insure his

Gas Range Lake among Butler the hospital.patients in the i 1 and Argentine Bahia for his i. light swikkcs"fix"and,.outliK educationAppliance : SHOES ... .. .. 1.99Speu'al Slims Regulars Huskies

pasture grasses. and plans to .
Oyt>wra wallboard PA")
!I Mrs. V. G. Hall got a phone 1 : put in white clover this falL, :3 piece .hath Mt fedufa. tub, I I Large Group
call to meet her husband Group Men's & Boys
\i Saturday -. tamtory anrf OIIIDo4.bl. -. *
He has his pastures Cepqed;: so
t in Jacksonville at 5:30.: S .}nV'with' VifcMfc cob;** !
that he can control the graz- I 30 ,ol.dbU- ..... .. Boys Jeans1,99
'j He had just arrived flora !: nt water .ter, Gulf Life
'I I ins- ,Slait. lined with 19 ytar warranty OXFORDS
I Philadelphia, Pa., coming there ; S 2t.*.... ;"' &. 1 i ADAPT.A & LOAFERS
s 95I I from Greenland after a year's[ Charles Young soil scientist AIf'islido"4 oIS' j e! Vat D'ed13 3-4 oz.

tour of duty. I with the Soil Conservation( 1J) Price Mar vry aaaitfin! to local (( PLAN ) :
I Service from Lake City. madesoil ': code. end transportation coin.I 188 Boys
129 Mrs. Marilyn Buehne left : Fits your
and capability maps for:
Sunday for her home in Chicago changing
i Charles Sapp.. James, Davis.. .
after a two weeks visiti '1 needs
i' i Edwin Padgett, H, A Bishpp SHIRTS a a 1.49
I : with her parents Mr. and | t. c' .m New Arrivals!
j Jr., ManciT Ayer, Maurice Edwards -
| MrsR. M. Dennison, and .I
;, j Jr., EP.. Li de. and"i l
other relatives.
T. W. Tatum Jr. These" I Ladies
: Mrs. Joe Cason and Grand- i I maps.1 ,JUt WALTER. CORP. PANTS .. 2.99
j' will be used to pr parei'? I -
mother Dowling had: as guests 3281 GulfLife
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and Jack Cason all of Jack- ; .


: I and Bottle Gas ::, sonville.Mrs. Belle McCormick, Mrs. hismother, Mrs. Maud Fin-. Phone EV7-1141 t 5.98. to 12.98 MENS

Gertrude Hart, Mrs. Bessie! ley; WORK PANTS

Sapp: and the Tompkins and I DociC Addison arrived Friday .9/lfUlMll '

I Free Installation Hall family attended services i from Alexandria, Va.' for ee1Dfl9b Petite Junior Misses 1. .

, ,; at Pine Level Baptist Church i a week's visit with his family. > i i a r Half Sizes up to 52 2" up
i Wednesday night. Mrs. Carol Kittler 'of take ,
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: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufman i daughter-in-law of Mis .. Girls and Ladies Twill Heavy Weight, Boat Sail
of Kingsley Lake were Tuesday Ernestine Kittler is in St,
4 I
i Iji 30 GALLON AUTOMATIC evening guests of Mr. and I : Luke's Hospital in Jackson JEANS. . 1 ._ Pockets Full Cut
Television
Radio
Mrs. Edwin Banks and Mrs. ville where she underwent: r -- -- Reg. 3.99 ValueMen's
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Gertrude Hart. surgery last week. -.
; ; Gas %Water Heater Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Reddish L :! Mrs. Inez Addison had as Ladies Knit SHIRTS

and children of Jacksonvilleare t recent guests her uncle, David S ERV1E AT ITS BEST
t and SHORTS 1.49
a "
\, visiting their father, Rai Kittler of Gainesville and IVY PANTS 3-
;
ford Reddish and other rela- Ray Smith of Jacksonville.

10 YEAR $ 95 tives here. ., Mr. and Mrs. DOCk Addison Trained Experts In Each Dept. JAMAICA SETS I99 Values to 5.98WORTH'S
$54
Alien Finley of Daytona L and Mr'and'Mrs. Alfred Add j.. <

WARRANTY Beach was called home Satur- son visited relatives in' Jacksonville -

I day because of the illness of Sunday. < ; FOR QUICK G '
of Florida
I .! Eddie Debra', and Leilani: DEPENDABLESERVICE ay s Summer Style HEELS

gation extend a warm Invita- Kittler of Lake City are visiting : Values to 8.98 SUCCESSORS TO .

tion to come out and visit i their-grandmother. ; Mrs.. ii
: during the services. Ernestine KlttlerI k CALL nome 299 & 3.99

PYROFAXI4 The usual schedule will be Among the visitors at Rai- ROBBINS'FLATS

followed throughout the week; ford Baptist Church last Sun- 964-751 1 1 1'a

anj Sunday School at 9:45, day were Mr. and Mrs. M. B. and SANDALS .

a.m.. and Junior Church at 11., Jordan of Starke, Mr. and. I Appilances .-

Mrs. Leonard Sapp of 'J&ci'- t Values to 5.9& .
A visiting minister will be
GAS SERVICE with the Youth Department; ; sonville, and Mrs. H' M. Mc-' 1 AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR DEPARTMENT STORE
.
-I,'" >! throughout the day. Rev. '; Rae oh Pine Level: twhov .is : Mayt g Frigidaire Zenith 3.99 to 2.99 Stark
Fla.
Mc- visiting her daughter* -Mrs. e, ,
L. McKay pastor. Mary
"("4 J31. 1)')
220 NORTH TEMPLE I Bob Tayiorj and family. I- GODUSEDASHE) J JI
Bride, reporter. \ : L : $5O.OOANDUP I

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG R PH.. CTITJITT?.. 'FLORID.\. TmrRSDAY., AUG. 23 1961
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Bad Water Again will be ready to protect their order to play Brooker. There S -.< : Dec.-Jan. locales. The farm forester maJor EVERGREEN A'OTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR rence F. Lamee, Sr. '
i
being iu
All of said property
Saratoga string of 21 consecutive wins was a second game scheduled i ; : 1't: -::') may not recommend the BAPTIST CHURCHRev. TAX DEED the County of Bradford. State
Heights
and 26 victories without a loss Are MonthsTo furrow, since on some land it Sec. 194.16. F.S. I of Florida.
with Brooker for Tuesday ,* E. Norman NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. such certificates shallbe
tJwi I pastor. Unless
when they meet Macclennynext is better to plant on ridges
[Continued Prom Plant Pines that Charles Hardy the holder redeemed according to law
Page One] night but it had to be called Sunday School, 10 ajn.
month. thrown up by a plow. of the following certificates I the property described in such
off. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. has filed said certificates for a certificate or certificates will be
es of_ installations they had "The boys have been hust- Although December, Janu- Call Farm Forester Champion Training Union 7 Eve- tax deed to be issued thereon. sold to the highest bidder at the
completed; in other areas. ling and working hard," at Starke, for advice to p.m. The certificate numbers and court house door on the first
very
fars. ary, and February are the ning Service, 8 p.m. Prayer I years of issuance, the description Monday in Month of October,
Johns told the council. the pleased coach stated.In Company B Man preferred months for plant- what extent preparation is: Meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m.l''I of the property and the 196 whichis the 1st day of October
she I names in which it was assessed ,
thinks the and what variety 1962.
county should addition to the line necessary
Attends 16 Week ing pine seedlings in Floridait's WMS every 1st and 3rd are as follows: of August ;
20th day
assist the in i of pine best be plantedon L I Dated this '
city paving the coach, Reeves, who came "_> time now to ready the may Thursday, 8 p.m. Certificate Xo 4S Year of Issuance 1962.
streets inside the city limits here from Chamberlain High Machinists SchoolA I I a particular site. Write l9Description=Q At I I CHARLES A. DARBY.

since the city of Starke School in Assistant land.Farm Florida Forest Service, P. O.. of Property 1 [ of
is also Tampa, Forester Don Cham- : PENTECOSTALHOLINESS in SW Cor of E of SE1 otj I Clerk of Circuit Court
In Bradford County. Coach Charles Lyles has also Company B national pion, serving Bradford [and Box 1200, Tallahassee for free SE ex Hy Sec 27 T 6S R 2E. .' Bradford County, Florida
: 9-13
i CHURCH Name in which assessed Law- 8-23 4t
of "Pine Planter's
been added to the copy pamphlet
coaching W. GriffisJr. Clay] counties suggests that I ,
guardsman. Sidney 324 W. Brownlee St. -- ..-- ....
staff. This will be Lyles' first : Guide.
BHS Gridders will leave August 24 for 16 land preparation or "site pre- '
year of experience but it will paration" be completed at Sunday School.) 10 a.

Round Into Shape be Reeves fourth. weeks training at machinists least two months- longer if GRAHAM Morning Worship: 11 a. m'I' *
school at the Aberdeen Prov- AUCTION
BAPTIST CHURCH
Evangelistic 7:30
possiblebefore actual plant- Service. : p.
[Continued From Page One] Batten ReunionIs ing Grounds, Aberdeen, Mary- ing time. Sunday School, 10 a. m- m. Wednesday Prayer Meet-

land, according to company Advance preparation by the Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ing, 7:30: p. m. Saturday SAT. AUG. 25, 2 P.M,
it once on a signal but wile ] Set SundayAt commander. Captain James
landowner will insure maxi- Training Union, 6:30: p. m. youth Service 7:30: p. In. -
free to shift .wheneverand Bloodsworth. ;____ Evening Service. 7:30 p. m. GAINESVILLE, FLA.
David T. McGhee
Gold HeadThe __ mum survival and growth of pastor.
wherever they wish. The When he graduates from the : ..fL the seedlings. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 Hwy. 26, 6 Mi. E. of Gainesville, (Afediva Cowri.

move is calculated to break school Griffis will be a qualified m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, '
descendants of Dan and Preparation of the selected p. CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS 91 / ACRE RANCHFeaturing i
the opposition's offensive
up machinist capable of operating pastor.
Polly Ann Batten will hold a
blocking assignments. site for pine planting varies CHURCH 3 bedroom 2 bath. modern with .
many types of compli- ranch style borne a* of *
reunion on Sunday, Aug. 26, '.
cia "
according to individual condi ) modern built-in features. Approximately 100 head of cattle, fat
Hurse also that the
says at Gold Head Branch State cated machines, the commander tions. In barren fields little BAPTIST CHURCH North 301, 2% miles out of of good machinery, Over Vt ml. paved highway 26 frontage. .....
first game of the new season said. Machinists school is all-purpose buildings fences are finest and water plentiful. Thi pe-
Park. A basket lunch will be HEILgRONN town on left of the road. ductive
ranch is SHOW
a PLACE
or no preparation may be re- and has everything. MM! for sub.
with Macclenny on September" served at 1 p.m. just one of many educational quired. If the planting site is Sunday School, 10 a. m. Young People's Meeting, division, horse-cattle Farms industrial cites speculatioib etc. ......
14 will be tough. I hew under large rain-proof
"really tent.
opportunities offered young Fun. entertainment prize
11
covered with Morning Worship, a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday
heavy grass or TERMS: 20% down at auction, balance announced
"They have the lastest: man 'Girl's Softball men by the National Guard, brush, discing be Training Union. 7 p. m School, 10 a.m. Sunday Night
in the state in halfback Mar- according to Bloodworth.The Tornafo Grid Capt.alnMarty :|I .may neces- I
Evening Worship 8 p. m. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone I
'I sary. A heavy "rough" of CALL FOB FREE APPRAISALGRISSOMKEMP
Starling shows he still
cus Rhoden. who runs the 100 Team Defeats commander also an- scrub oak Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, cordially invited to attend. !
will
or palmetto require -
has running form with whichhe
yard dash in 9.9, and another nounced that Robert L. Lappe the of dozer 7:30: P. m. Rev. Joe Roop. Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor. AUCTION CO.
use
and a or
Brooker 22-11 delighted amazed i
back Jerry Rhoden runs it was sworn into the company "Florida's "m'Economicai Auction Coo337 ?
In 10.5" the coach stated Monday night at drill. Tornado fans last season. { drumchopper.; FIRST CHRISTIAN Esterbrook Cartridge and N. Ferncmk, Orlando. Ftorda. GA 4-09S4

matter-of-factly. Baker Coun- The Recreation Department'sLittle Burning off the brush may CHURCH Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 '
Girls Softball team defeated be desirable- after all 537 W. Call St., Starke
ty will also have a bigger line SingingvConventionTo pre- $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. I
and will be "one of the I Brooker's Little Girls Marty StarlingIs cautions are taken- becauseit Bob L. Badgett, Minister

toughest teams in the conference team 22 to 11 last Thursday Meet SundayThe later makes planting of Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

," the coach said. I night. pines easier and reduces Church Worship, 10:45: a. m.

The I Tornadoes began pre-i The Recreation Department Bradford-Union County Bradford competition from undesirable! Chi Rho 5:30: p. m. Choir NJl1

paring in earnest for their;I has sponsored for the first Singing Convention will growth. If rough is not burned 1 practice 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p.

first game today as they time this summer two Little hold an all-day session at 'I plowing a shallow furrow m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.

go into pads for the Girls teams the Fluffs and the Boatdrain Baptist Church on Grid Captain ''I' makes planting easier in some m. Wednesday.

first time this year. Hurse Puffs. The two teams were Sunday, Aug. 26. The public r-

indicated that his team combined to form one team in is invited. I I 20 Words or less, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions ______ 5e per word
.
-s---- "He has the respect not : Announcing A Gospel Meeting I If not paid In advance -_______ 1.00 Cardof Thanks, up to 50 words __ %.5t

only of the coaches but also I Keyed or Blind Ads _ 1.00 Over 50 words _______..._...._____ 5c per word

of the players," commented i I I !! Each additional word Or 20 ___,.___ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per theaCULSCENT
Coach David Hurse of senior I
A ------ ---- .
Gospel Meeting will be held at The Church ------
halfback Marty Starling who I ; ;: ; ; COURT II

was elected captain of the i of Christ, 635 McMahon St., in Starke, starting [Under Isew Management] HASTINGS MATTRESS

i ,, 1963 Tornado gridders by his I COMFORTABLE & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Monday, Aug. 27, and closing Sunday, KITCIIEONETTES AND Fill
teammates. j ROOMS 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Sept. 2.Services.
"It was a very fine decision -, Weekly & :Monthly Rates Furniture Repaired
2'z MILES SOUTH STARKE ,
Hurse further / I
14
commented
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I I j
Upholstered & Refinished
ON U.S.
"And"he was a unan- !! will be held each evening at 7:30. _ 3014tchg_ 9-6 I Read The Classifieds! WAITRESSES REBUILT

imous choice. i i j The speaker will be Evangelist Ferryman FOR RENT Furnished apart- I IF YOUR NAME IS, New Innersprings
Many Tornado grid fans
II. Denison of Jacksonville Fla. ment close to down town. W. FOUND AMONG THE: and Box Springs
will, no doubt, also think iti i B. Sewell. Broker 964-2881. I I'j

was a very fine decision when :! __ ___ ___ Itp_ I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL p'j Drop Us A Card or fall '

they remember watching|' You are cordially invited to attend these STOPP AND THIMK-- I AT THE TELEGRAPH I 1'ALATKA EA 5-9166

Starling's familiar number 32 ![ $287.50 V.A.. or $425.00 F.H.A., OFFICE FOR A FREE''I STABIlE 964-5931
I meetings and hear the Gospel preached free "
,
explode from his right half will put YOU in a brand new MRS. PEGGY SlIM I.FR,

.. .... back from all creeds, or commandments of men. 3 bed room. 2 bath home in TICKET TO TilE FLOHI.' Starke, AgentSMALL
.-:- "' :. .,, .- .,' 4.Om&ALL'GULF spot and bull through i excellent residential section. DA THEATRE. 'I __-Irk____ -.
\ four or five opposing tacklers: The balance is less than rent I
FURNISHED
TIRES, before. being brought down. i We will endeavor to answer any Bible ques- and each month you are building CUSTOM( CABINETS For- lor rent. Nice for couple.HOUSE R.

The new BHS'football captain up an equity in a home. mica tops & counters, vanities, W. Brannen. phone
tion 964-6375
presented to us during, or after this Think it rent ,
over. Why
pay utility cabinets. Residential 520 West
has been playing foot-! Weldon St. ltp
I series of meetings. Believing that the Bible when you can own it yourself. and commercial. R e p a irs. I -
ball since he was in the sixth | Some very good mercantile Starke Cabinet Works, Phone FOR SALE -7 acres- room

II 1 grade, has earned two varsity I furnishes us completely unto every good ,cuildings are available in 964-0452. Geo. Ricks. for free I house near town. 8000. Good

letters, and is certain to earna work. Starke and Just outside. Se- estimates. 4tp 913H. _, terms. STROUT REALTY. U.
I I lect S. 301 S. Starke Fla. Phone
I your business and let us I
third this The
season. H. Lewis
( ONLY 468-1766. Waldo. .
; NOW : show you the location for it. ---- -- I tchg.i
stocky halfback is both
CROWN May we suggest some needed FOR RENT-Furnished houseon i LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO
.1GULF@de'UX' speedy and shifty and Tor- businesses in this area? Kingsley Lake thru Labor BUILD. Large lot 165' x 220'

nado fans will no doubt see _A._J. THOMAS._RealtorINSURANCE day. Phone 782-3061 or 782- 'I 'a mile north of City Limits

Construction $19.95 I him in his familiar right half -- 3861.___ __ ltchg just off Rt. 16. '56 model

t L All Nylon spot in the opening contest Elect a "GOOD-MAN" for the Job. AT REDUCED RATES EVINEUDE motors and Well- \ Chev. car in good cond. Will
p Tread with AUTO FIRE BOAT craft fiberglass boats. You I trade for late model! car or
m. Macclenny on September
I 'e Wider Deeper Size 750 x 14 DOYLE E. CONNER can't buy better and the prices -I station wagon. J. J. Fields. Rt.
14. INSURANCE AGENCY are reasonable. Easy terms i j 2 Box 141-A2. Starke, Evenings -
t e Quiet Running Sidewall Plus Tax and old .Captain Starling. says theeris Seeber Goodman Phone 961-4501 can be arranged. Franchised[ ,! after 6 or weekend.2tp .

\ W ar tire from your car no chance of the '63 Tor- tfchg dealer. NORTH FLORIDA _8-23

9 Extra long ) 21 months ______________ nado team getting too sure J. B. White SUPPLY. 412 E. Call St. FOR RENT -Nice unfurnished -
Minimum Warran.hi NY'On' __ ._.- .. of themseleves after their FOR FOR SALE--- -Used- -furnitureand -- _ _ tf chg 2 bedroom home by Sept.
YOUR OLD WATCH \Jiill 7 at 511 N. Church St. Ownerat
victory streak of 21 consecu- appliance store. Established -
make the down payment on a 815 S. Colley Rd. or phone
business.
Approx. $3.000
tive wins and 26 without a FWI CouncilGROUP
City
I worth of stock for quick sale beautiful new Bulova at evenings_964-4905. tfchg

I i v loss. THREE 1000. Apply V & N Swap Dahmers Discount House.tfchg A BARGAIN: 24 in. Rex Win-

f "They've hustled more this Shop next to Post Office, Lake _ -- dow Fan. excellent condition

t II I year in the hot sun than I've .:- He Will Serve the City Impartially! Butler._Fla._ ___ __ltp UNFURNISHED HOUSE for $25. Bradford County Tele-

I ever seen anybody hustle," 14 I and to the Best of His Ability. LISTINGS WANTED All Inquire rent in Hampton.at $35. per mo. graph.- __ _ ifs
Post
the husky captain said. "They typesStrout Realty. P. O. Office WE DON'T
rerssflssnss s-s a-flflflflSflflflflflflflflflHe _ _ 2t chg 8-30
fast Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- Sell
work together, are you we help you buy.
strong, and big." Appreciates :Your Vote and SupportPd. 1766. tf chg cattle FOR SALE175 fencing. sixteen ft. 48 3x6 inch Good selection of new and

do down IN CITY POUND 1 liver used 8' and 10' wide Mobile
"If they lay they treated 30 -
posts. gal. hot water -
( Pol. Adv.) spotted bird dog female; 1 "
: know they'll get knocked heater. $50 for the lot. W. Homes-
: female
.1. GULF black and white collie ;
;CROWN
; from their starting position," 1 dashound brown and white S. Agnew. Rt. 2 Box 141-A LAKE GENEVA

Starling said, but added -- II I female and 1 yellow Boston Starke. _ ltchg i TRAILER PARK
1 ',\ .. : r PRICES START] quickly that BHS fans haveno bull female. Owner may have I MAKE RESERVATIONS !i 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
'_ by paying board and adver- Kindergarten Now! Phone 964-
'.
Nylon cr a worries on that score. on Route 100
"
% :;' TERMITE INSPECTION 'tising cost. Contact City Po 9374. Mama Priest chg 8-30
i i Starling also praised the --- ----- tfchg
0 Black Sid"v\ai.; $ ; lice. Itchg FOR RENT Furnished Apartments -
--
$14.95TubeT.rpe ----
Tornado coaches, head Coach KINGSLEY LAKE cottage for 1 & 2 bedrooms HELP WANTED FEMALE

David Hurse and assistants rent-3 bedrooms. near Strick- we nay lights and water. Con Christmas comes but once a

Size 670 x 15 I Frank Reeves, Charles Lyles, lands Landing. Avail. Sept. to tact 431 Center St. or Bulling- year but Avons earning opportunity -
'
1 \ \ and Erwin Land. MORE IMPORTANT June or year round R. J. Matj.j ton Appliances. Phone Day I is all year long. Start
I Plus Tax and old i
;,Minimum Warranty Rayon zat. Jax EV 7-5646. lIp 964-6551. Night showing our beautiful Xmas
.\ Tubeless Tuaelesi: = n II mot.. Nylon tire from your car "They know a lot of foot- 9647191.tfchg line now to earn your own
rube-Typi-is mOl.mos.*Rayon ball," he said, adding that FOR SALE Xmas money. Call Avon Mgr.

f Reeves "really knows a lot Ready mix concrete, concrete FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, Mrs. Donnie Burns FR 20421or

about the 5-4 defense which THAN EVER! block piers, fence posts, sand on one acre lot in city. Reas- write Box 448. Gainesville
; onable. Heat. attic fan. All Fla. Up
cement,mortar mix,rock,steeL
effec-
should, make us more i -- -
tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road.
4 .. tive." oyster shell limercck, and roof tfchg ____Mrs.--T.--F.-Brown- -
\ .:- gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg DUE .TO PROMOTION Watkins -
I \ : "We should be a better For H* past rfcrae yean hometown
Bradford Engineering Co. WANTED-Small girls bicycle. has opening in this area
: \\v\\ team than we were last year I ...a received virtually no waming of' n_ ___ Good condition. V. E. Thorn-I lor live-wire man, 23 to 64.
I because we have a lot of let- .. PTMMM of termite infestations.ft FOR SALE- House and lot ton. 964-3792. 2tehg 8-30 j ROUTE WORK. Barn $75.00
termen returning," Starlingsaid. at 710 East Adkins St. Starke. ------ --"store to $1:>0.00 per week. Car ne-
weather conditions have not been suit- 8-24 FILLING STATION or I
tl 7 it He.also said that Palat- flUt for the termite "swarm," the warning signal $3.200. 2tp for rent in Hampton. $35 per !!1 cessary. For personal interVIew -
1 ka, Live Oak, Lake City and HOUSE FOR RENT 307 mo. Inquire at Post Office. in vour area, write Field-
NOW ONLY. 4uracteristi .f this most destructive pest. Lafayette St. Open Sunday 3 8-30 ;1, man 659 West Peachtree St.NE .
t'' ; Macclenny will be tough; _ 2tchg
i S Y.t ..no.,. wfestatiott have been found in om. _It chg I Atlanta. 4t chg 8-31.
GULFCUSHION. games for the Tornadoes. kidm. tf WMinpectinfl homes. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. Own your own home. No Mon- i BE SURE to see WORLD
f Size 670 x 15 And of Gainesville High I Everything selling at cost. ; ey Down. Standard Homes. BOOK before buying any en-

o Rayon-Blackwall- < Plus Tax and old School an AA school the Tornadoes -i Hurry only! 7 days left. Deal- homes.Inc.. Palatka.Representative Frame or Block Mrs. i! cyclopedia. M. A_ ayne, jour
have added to their! Three years without warning invited. V & N Swat Shop. i i local
I1_ tire from your car ers Inez A'Jdison HY 6-2605. Rai-1 I representative since 195*.
may mean extremely next to Post Office. Lake But- Box 603. Ph.
\ )1iUu5.iYP SI 1963 schedule the captain ford. Fla. 2tp 8-30'i 964-3794 IfcaJT
p I this to "We will I heavy infestations and costly' IPT FH. ito I-_ FOR SALE-Selmer -
\ Minimum Warranty: Rayon-11. $ 95 had say, Trumpet
I ; months Nylon-1 S month- $11 a stand a better chance against S damage. KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE Fred Leonard Phone 964-4344. Mrs. Green.

\\L':$ .i-. them this year than we It is perhaps more importer TRAILER,lIt .Tax EV for 7-5646 rent. R. J. 1\I1It-1: COLONIAL FLORIST I_ _ Itchg

wouid have had we played S than ever before thct I Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. FOR SALE-Bie 2 speed window -
furnished 1 fan. Excellent
FOR RENT 4 room condition.
"
them last year. I your home be inspected immediately. Flowers wired Flow- I 1
apartment with nrivate bath. any place. Price $19.50. B. Cady. Kings-
If you want the utmost in puncture- [E itor's note: If all other I __ Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 Clark St. ers for all occasions locally. > ley Lake. 2 driveways past

scaling premium tires ask about our Tornado gridders are as con- S ItchKFOR Phone 964-6291. 506 East NorJi i i Missionary Baptist Church.

special deal on Gulf Sealmastersgl fident and determined as RENT: New. St. tfchg: __ Up
THIS SERVICE IS
their captain sounded, BHS 1 unfurnished spacious'l NICE BUILDING LOT on BIz

opponents are in for another f A location. Aoplv Mrs. Slade. 605 I FOR SALE 4 bedroom home. I j! Santa Fe. Also 4 acres In good
S Alton Road Starke. tf chg I residential section east of
rough season.] 2 baths. large utility
S. room.
i
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hi FREE | Southside School on Colley Rd.
AMAZING GULF GUARANTEE ; separate
.1 / FOR SALE- Bull 17 months dining room. 1 See
,,? :c j" H, for any reason (except for malicious, willful intentional, oraeclitent NOTICETo 4 -3-4 .rford.. 1-4 Guernsey screened front porch. Lot 2 ;1 Billy Jackson Central
A daman), ywir Gulf brand tire docs not Truck_Unes. tf chg
_
., prove serviceable f J calfhood Vac. Al o voune milk acres. 1126 West Madison. -- -- --
tor its entire suaraateed t At no charge to you Florida -
minimum lifetime. when used a 1
for 6 miles south of Stirke Phone 964-1001. tfchg FOR SALE- Gallon Jugs Sc
;
noncommercial purposes, JOIIlr. entitled to aa adjustment my friends and votersof I Pest Control will inspect cow.
S as follows: If the cause is defective workmanship or material on 301. Garnet Studer. Wal o I pa. Florida Theatre or Barks-
Every Gulf. Tire at Big Savings.Sea you will receive a new tut without cluue. if the cause is any our fine" town of Starke: *t I / ;T your home. If there are no 46JM147. 1tw1rr'T i PEYTON FLORIST I i dale's._2 t chg 8-23

,:
your the price tire.represented by the soused. guaranteed minimum life of friends and especially those ,I f ':5 If termites are present this maid 5 days week. Phone 964- PHONE 964-4155 !I hair stvlist. male or female.

: 'Ilsted below. _________________________________ who encouraged me to muchto .. company will give you a 7211. ltchg NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-10221 i II I Anr. !;:3>iv N.Glamoree Hair Stylist.
run for City Councilman ; I 1 FREE ESTIMATE for their DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS i! Temple Phone 964-
... t WTTTj WEEP children in 8341.
2t
my chg 8-23
; Owing to health condition 1 4 We Wire _
; Jimmy Moore's my ; eradication\ S home. Phone 964-2532. ltp Flowers Anywhere
.. I didn't make the race. But ,-- tfchg FOR RENT Furnished 2
maybe, by the Lord's help I'll FOR RFNTTrailer spaces. bedroom house nice location.

be able to run next time. I with patios. Close to snooping FOR SALE- 1961 Pellican 14 F-ncerj Yard. Contact Mrs.
( TDr STARK! TIRE SALES thanks to"alL Your center Westmoreland Trailer ft. plywood boat. trailer and Edna Stone. Koch Drug
Again,
Park Phone 964-5941. tf chg 10 ho Evinrude motor. All in I _2to 8-23

245 W. Madison St. Phone 96-1-5791 friend.George Ponzo Prevatt l'i! -REGISTER evening----classes.NOW MM1 for adult vour Pratt eood condition.St. 35000.tf Can chz: FOR P'ants.SALE Pete Walnwrleht.- Strawberry Law-

be seen after 6 rxm. at 1115 tev.
.
Undy Ball Point Pens course selections tn i, H. Gib 2tch 8-30
5!,, t .5 5'- & son. Drawer 100. Starke. *2 no WANTED- Middle-aged lady FOR RENT
Steno-Anditors-Liegal- I Furnished
ble-Laundry 'Marking 29c up ,539 E.. Call St:, Starke Phone 964-3965 fee wr Prof.roiirgp!Thompkins.Nero ad w-T.ltsrontart for with housekeeping elderly couple.and Ref live eren-in "OrarH tq1,ir<{ an3rtri and Washington'nt. Corner up-

Sts.
at the TELEGRAPH. 1---- -U E. School. Uchg cea. Phone 468-1752. ltchgid. Call 355-2861. ItChg:1








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.l STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1962 '
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From July 1Q. August 13 YTYYYYTTTYYTTYYTTYTT' were visiting relatives and BAYLESS HIGHWAY Cash Paid for Good, Clean said Tuesday being the I For 3 Members of the Baird ;
friends in Graham Saturday. CHURCH 'SCHEDUlE SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor I I of County Commissioner
Rags. No Khakis All
or Wool United States Senator I For 3 Members of the Boardof I
GRAHAMBy Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling from the State of Florida Public Instruction.In .
'
: Bradford Land Sales Total entertained with a small ice- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. For Representative in Con- Testimony Whereaf. I
$352,502 Morning GRAPH. gress for the 8th Congressional have hereunto ..t mr
cream party Sunday afternoon Worship 11 a. m. District hand and affixed the
Richard Cain
at their home. Among some Training' ,Union, 6 p. m. NOTICE OP ELECTIONBe For Two (2) Justices of the Great Seal of the State
I Land transactions in Brad- J. Lamb to J. E. iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMiss of the guests were Mr and EveriingfSenrice: it known that I, Tom Adams, Supreme Court (SEAL) of Florida,Capital at TalUhai., this
) i Joseph wright Wade Gaskins, Luther 7 pan. Prayer Secretary of State of the Stateof For Judge of the District see the
ford County totaled $253,250 Wall Jr., Lake City, residence, Billiard, and Luther [Pete] Mrs. Frank Thomas of Hamp- meeting, Wednesday, 7 Florida do hereby give notice : Court of Appeal, for the First the 6th' day of. Autnst196L
ton, and Mrs. Murry O'Steenof p that a GENERAL ELECTION Appellate District. I
during the period from July! $5,000. Griffis I
as undivided onefifthinterest I TOM ADAMS
] m. Choir practice Wednes- will be held in Bradford County,' Fo- Two (2) Railroad and
10-August 13, according to I John H. Hemingway. Eliza to each 5.03 acres of Miami. State of Florida, on Tuesday Public Utilities Commissioners! Secretary of ***.**
: William day, 8 pm the first Mon- I For Member of the House; 8-16 it 9-6
deeds Mr. and Mrs. Carl next succeeding one i
filed in the office of bethtown North Carolina, to land, $3,000.Nathan I'' day in November, A.D., 1962 the I of Representatives
the county clerk. I J. E. Hardy, Starke, 10 acres Mitchell Stevens to I' Brought on of Gainesville and -

'Prices of sales are figured of land $1,600.Charles Morris Franklin Streetman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl: Y

from documentary tax stamps R. Klein to T. H. Starke, residence, 20000. Broughton of Gainesville and

affixed to' the deeds. Only Slade Starke, parcel of land, D.D.D. Builders Inc., Jacksonville ville, were out visiting their

transactions of $1,000 or more $8,900. to Pies Hamer Lott, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl] < \
ere.listed here. Virgil M. Jordan to Donald! Starke residence in Saratoga Broughton, Sunday. Also visiting ; \

'Lois p. Niles a widow, to Lee Hall Starke, parcel of Heights. $11,300. x the Broughton's were Mr.I 4

Stanley A. Rising, residence land 5000. Jimye Davis and L. I. Davis, and Mrs. Richard Verlin Grier

in Indian Beach Subdivision, W. A. Bessent Jr. to Guy her husband, to Sidney F. and children of Jacksonville.'

$32,$00. Andrews, Starke, parcel of Griffis Jr., Starke, parcel of Revival Service

Virginia Kelly, joined by her land. $5,000.William land, $2,150.Eoline The 0 a k Hill Baptist

husband. E. L. Kelly, to Douglas E. Herndon to W. Smith, a widow, Church of Fairbanks held their

'L. Hutchins Jacksonville, George W. Summer Jackson-I to Owen R. Alvarez Jr., Starke, revival with Rev. Bird of

residence in Mount Pleasanton ville, residence on Bedford lot on Crosby Lake, $1,150. i Lakeland as guest speaker.

Silver Lake, 5800. Lake $6,200. J. A. Gnann to James A. s Oak Hill is being pastored by

,Geneva Kennedy to Volusia Carl E. Osterberg to Thomas Davis, Keystone Heights, par- Rev. George TYSon:; also pas-

Roofing and Siding Company, R. Hudd, Clearwater, half cel of land, $3,000. .' tor of the Graham Baptist

a Florida corporation, seven interest to .67 acres of land, Church. All from my area

acres In Bradford County, $5- 2000. 'TTTTTTTTTW I Lee Mr. Broughton were invited to attend the service' -

500. .*.< |i William J. Thomas to James Take Wedding Vows at his church. Talking to

Charles H. Wolfe to James B. Chessington, James F. CLAY HILL Miss Genevieve Lee and Ro- those who have been, they
bert Earl Broughton were said that they really got a
Hartford Waller, Jacksonville, Wiley and Eugene K. Reese,
lot in Santa Fe Shores, $2,000- all of New Baden, 111., lot in I married at 4 p.m. Saturday, blessing out of the revival. Re-

William Filce, Starke, to Mount Pleasant on Silver Bj Mrs. J. L. StricklandHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA August 11, at the Graham ports say that the Church was
I
Ruth Bumba, Starke sale of Lake $1,000.Lester I , Baptist Church. filled to capacity every night
The bride is the daughterof and chairs had to be placed
Crescent Motor Court, south J. Prevatt to J. El-
of lis The young preacher, Mike Mr. and Mrs. Brian of Sanford down the aisle. That's what
Starke on U.s. 301. $20,000. Bryant, Jacksonville 30 I
Otis Leach to Jason B. acres of land $12,500. Yarbrough we have been expecting and the bridegroom's I[ call good, old-time revival.

Crawford Samuel A. Brown, Herman W. Gradick to Ed- for sometime to come :. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl We are glad that Rev. Tyson'snew

and Gad Griffis as the Boardof ward E. Lozier Jacksonville, from Macclenny to preach for Broughton of Graham. church is doing so-well.

Trustees of Laura Baptist residence on Silver Lake, $5- us, finally made it Sunday Rev. George Tyson of Oak We wish him the best of luck.
night. He has been a Chris- Hill
Baptist Church of Fair- Small VacationAs
Church' of Starke of
parcel
: 500.Henry tian just about a year, and is
land $2,000.James I Bad y Easterling, banks officiated at the cere- a small vacation Mr.

E. Starling Starke Starke. to Tate Powell Jr.. really on fire for the Lord. mony. and Mrs.- Carl Broughton left

to L. K. Whitehead Waldo Macclenny, lot in Bedford He wish him more power and The church was decorated Friday for Birmingham, Ala. ,

residence in Pinehaven Subdivision Lake Shores $2,000. more blessings. He is the nep- with magnolia boughs, with to visit Mrs. Broughton's relatives rt

$6,500. Alice Kite, a widow to L. hew of Ed Yarbrough, sheriffof numerous artificial flowers on Mr. and Mrs. Walker V{
Baker County. a trellis with palms on both Vice. They returned. home \ Yy
J.
Minnie H. Beard and F. B. Kite. Starke half interest
Remember the revival startsat sides. The wall in the back-
Beard husband and wife to in a parcel of land containing Monday.
J. E. Hardy, Starke. a lot, 339 acres and a fourth inter- Highland next Sunday, ground was also decorated Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdin
2100. est in an additional parcel of Aug. 26, and C. L. Tyler will with magnolia branches and were delighted to have an of

do the preaching. Lewis Red- small hand-made flowers their children out Sunday fora .. ..
J. E. Hardy, Starke, to H. land $14,500.Mary <
dish will be song leader. As which the effect of
A. Bishop Jr., Starke parcelof L. Watterson, as ad- gave visit. I ...
stated before, pastor
our
,
blooming magnolias. Richard Cain and Richard
land. $3,500. ministratrix of the estate of "
George Chism, will not be withus Mrs. George Tyson pianist :
Jacksonville
John D. Patterson to Thomas Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, Starling went to ..
next since he will
Sunday and vocalist, performed the
E. Dobson, Garden Grove, deceased, to James W. HomeJr. Beach Friday evening.
be conducting Homecoming
Calif., five lots in Crystal ., Hampton, parcel of land in wedding music. Miss Sylvia Starling enjoyed -
services the Moniac Bap-
The decorations were hand-
Lake $14,500.Mary. a wonderful birthday'cake
Homesites, $2,000.E.
tist Church. Rev. Tyler will led by AJ.., and R.
H. Clarkson to Paul P.' L. Watterson, as ad- at her home in Gainesville. :
preach both services at High-
Day and A. O. Peterson Jr., ministratrix of the estate of Miss Lee's bridesmaid was She sent her grandmotherMrs.

both of Jacksonville eight acres Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh land.Our Mrs. Myrtle Stokes, her sis- Carl Jones, a big pieceof
to W. HomeJr. daughter, Lillian Lioutza. ter who resides in Brooker. it I enjoyed! it.
of land on Santa Fe Lake deceased James sure
8500. ., Hampton, parcel of land, and children left for their Mr. Broughton chose as his Tobacco Season Over : During the
home in Norton, Va. Saturday best man Richard Cain of
J. R. Bullington Starke to $2,500. Now the tobacco season is
night after a two weeks visit Graham.
Roman M. Alvarez, Starke. Judson L. Lloyd to Ralph E. over around this area, we all _
in these parts. ReceptionA _
residence $12,500. Pate, Jacksonville, lot in Cypress can sit back and take it easy
Our number in reception was given by
'Louise H. Kite a widow, to Beach, $3,500. Sunday and know that you can findit '
School increased to 62 last the bridegroom's parents atthen
J. E. Hardy, Starke, parcel of Ralph D. Morton to Wil- true if you ask Basil Davis.
home. The new Mr. and :
Sunday morning, and 45 of
land. $1,800.Hugh liam G. Miller Jacksonville, Mr. Davis !Is the chief tobacco '
cut the two-
Mrs. Broughton guaranteed
these were 100 per cent mem-
lot in Mount Pleasant on Silver grower around Graham. He : h' e
B. Ingram Jr.. Talla- bers. The Intermediate Girls tiered wedding cake, complete :
marketed his tobacco at High
hassee to Dr. Lake, $4,500 :
James William captured the banner again with a bride and bridegroom
with of the pret-
Springs some
I Patray Jr., Starke residence I Jim Chasteen starke to and it looks like-no other class .''Oft-ta' tet; SeracTtfith the 'cake tiest leaf'on'sale. Winding up _

$10,700. Lundy Prater, parcel of land. was delicious Florida orange
compete with them
can even
his tobacco year, Mr. and Mrs.
D..B.,Thomas to Alton Gre- $9,000. let's juice punch. Those serving
for this honor. But keep Carl
Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
I gory, Starke. residence 1 n Jim Chasteen Starke to trying. were Mrs. Bessie Wasdin Mr. Jones attended. the tobacco I G lf

Pinehaven Subdivision 7000. Morris Carter J. R. Wain- I' Broughton's grandmother, his sales in High Springs. IifejofAyournewr

At The TabernacleThe sister, Miss Mary Frances Near Completion ,
Broughton, and Miss Faye
State Road 225 here at
I HAMPTON Tabernacle group was Dyal. There was around this event.thir- Graham is near completion.

saddened last week by the ty-five attending to of the work-
Speaking
Robert one
death of a valued friend and Mr. and Mrs. this he said that
will reside in man week 'itiresyou:
CHRISTIAN CHURCH associate member, Hey. C. E. Broughton Gainesville. Sorry that we do the job should be completed protect

Dibble of Penney Farms. He details on within the next two weeks.
and not have complete
has filled the pulpit
from
what the bride and brides- The road is being paved -.
brought messages in song on the Bradford line into Alachua t. <
I Invites You To i many occasions, and will be maid wore.
County with a new bridge

I greatly missed by his many' Due to the fact that we had across the Santa Fe River ;tr1 road hazards

friends.held in Funeral the Memorial services Home were no news last week because I which gives it a view distinguishedand t: galnst; all
beautiful
Community Church at Pen- was unable to be here Mon- as you
tbe hill either
down on
come
to write the
day, I will try
REVIVALSERVICES Farms, where he resided.
ney
The work-
for this week and lat side of the river.
news
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
cleared and widened
have -
week. Your help in cooperating men .
Revival services at Boat- the Santa Fe on both ,sidesof "
with me to give the news,
drain Baptist Church are being the river. This new paved ofwearegardlessa
if you would, please give it regardless
attended this week by the -
with
to Mrs. Ratliff at the post road when completed ;
some members of the congre- office. other portion of the road, will ;. .

Graham
gationWILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones save motorists around -

and Mrs. Debbie Hall were numerous miles and time, and
Nate Hall cf Hamp- will provide a short way to
'i visiting
ton Friday.Mr. Gainesville. of mile '
If Only.
and Mrs. Clarence Fra- I a
Evangelist FRED BROWNJacksonville i zier were shopping in Jack- I guess you are wondering"If
JEWELRYREPAIRS sonville Friday. Only What?" Well the

Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Starl- answer to that question can 4V

ing, son and daughter-in-law be made in one way. That is,
i .;!;.; ;, .
; ; it
I WATCHES-DIAMONDS of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling, "If only SR 18 through Gra- ;.,..-'

has returned to their home in I ham was wide enough for motorists c

AUGUST 26-31 Afl Work GuaranteedA. Lake Worth. to pass without havingthe 1hisAmaZing. e ly.,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff fear of running off the
.'
i ib
C. William a .
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had as guests last week their road and swerving and hittingan :

8:00: NIGHTLY 142 W. Can St. son and daughter-in-law and innocent pedestrian or a : d .

Starke, FIa.I children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter tree. And again "If Only" the t GUARANTt I. H.

I .. .. r Ratliff of White Field near county commissioners;. had to : .. : ; :

: Milton. Also visiting was Mrs. ride over this road daily and m ......... tent1onal or ;. ;

Miley Wynn of Gainesville.Mr. had to pass log trucks and .::::.:.- except B3ftSi 3J t : .-- '. T> I

semis on some of the curvesof ;\ for any reason ( prove ,
and Mrs. Charles Bar- i If. G
I this narrow road. There dama e 1, your ; ; lifetime, when '.. ;'
STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO nes and son of Bessner. Pa. is I negUgent teed If'nmum nt as ,
,should be some changes made p its entire led to an adju
now and visiting Mrs. Dewane his parents Barnes.Mr. by widening this road for ..,.. t able for mme p= Y ou are entitl kmanshlp or material, you :,,,- :. .' .: '
nODCO> wor
They also] visited in South SAFETY SAKE. "If Only" the : U the cause is defective If the use is any other s-r : b
-- ----- follotas charge.
Florida. Mrs. Dewane Barnes county commissioners would anew tare 'thout offer you a b rand. ti '
receive or
AUTO REPAIRS will charge
SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE seeingin read this I know the citizens air it without 'Cen
went with them sight Gulf will reP of the purchase Pn ,
Earl GarageAll South Florida. of Graham would back me up reason, allowing t t for i that portion life of the tire. ; ,
B. Wright Starke's tire, teed m5nimum
1'j
Mrs. Berry Dyal is able to to the greatest extend due to new

KINDS OF be about after being on the comments I have heard repzeoented by the'i
REPAIR 81N LAZE SEBYICB Cities Service StationJ. up an *
AUTO WORK ,
from about the condition -
the sick list for a week. many ,_
All Work Guaranteed STA'ftOKOomJJWe C. Gardener. Prop. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffis of this road. Although \\l( :
Phone 859-2964 Mechanical Service ... .:
Every
Ante Serrioe and children were visiting his Graham is not an incorporated -
So. Walnut start :;..... ,
town like others in the
Tires Batteries AeeessorfaaLubrication I General Repairs Automatic mother in Palatka Sunday. '

AUTO, SERVICE Washing Transmissions; Also there was his sister from county, there are citizens here __ Minimum' Lifetime Warrantlii10

Cities Service Product: Colorado.Mrs. with the right of. protectionfrom aIPr i *''
motJ*
542 Madison 9$!-2801Dodd's auto accidents. "If On i. ;. e Gulf CROWN-15 to 21 mos. OJ II
Gilbert S. Brown
TIRES BATTERIES Minnie Crenshaw was
Sta&Sari Oil Servic Station visiting relatives and friendsin ly"? That's the question &tf DEUBS CROWN-ZUo27_ _mot Gulf.CUSHION-12 to 15 mos. ',
705 N. Starke :
Temple where is the answer? ; "- -
ATLAS' DeFuniak Springs and will = tiffltte'valuesjoii
Service &
: PHONE 964-8911 '
TIRES & BATTERIES also visit her grandson Wal-

Budget 'l'umaRoad Service Auto Sales AUTO TIRES ter Ratliff of Milton.Mr. EVZSGREEN can trustrstop'at t

Phone t6410'l1N. and Mrs. Albert Sparks ,

497 Tempi Stark Rambler Sale ft Serrke Starke Recap Co. and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rat- BAPTIST CHURCH Si ( the'signof the '
I Orange Disc r/i1F i dX c
liff the who -,
Bill Edwards GENERAL REPAIRING Peppy Eeulstaa, Owner Vgt were among many Sunday School 10 a.m : tin

Reeappfaf far, Can & Trad: attended the wrestling mat- Glee Lord's Supper.. 11 a. m., '. +-, '" -
Starke 66" International Ltfetlst ONE DAY SERVICE ches at Jacksonville Coliseum Preaching.: 11 a.m. Training

ServiceWheel Mufflers NEW TIMS AT SAYDdGibBATTERDL Thursday night. Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching -

riSESTONB Mrs. Debbie Hall is spend- 7:30 p. m. -Jos. E. Norman

Balancing & A11pmen' Tires Batteries Accessories ing some time with Mr. and 6:30: pan : REGISTER OIL COMPANYSTARKE
Phone 964-tSSl Phone S64-Q221
'I Mrs. Nate Hall in Hampton. pastor.Wednesday.
C17 N. Temple, Stattt 528 8. Walnut ,"-JUI 101 South Stark Robert Cain
and MIss Mar- = Bate Classes, FLORIDA

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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUG. 23 1962 :,
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PYYYYYYYT VYYyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVV'i It'". ,.- Rites Monday 1 I:1..1.: -'-'..,-. "JI .!yyyY'vyyyvyvrrn George Alderman Ernest Had- I!! vvyvYvvYYYYVYYvvv\ the Eugene Brantley home I I

KEYSTONE For Mrs. Bachmann, ,.--.-0---- ...,'Nt I MELROSE S St den Harold Dees Dorothy Wednesday.Mr. \
HIGHLIGHTS : Land, Sleety Kelley Ruth | GRANDIN and Mrs. Herbert Hod- I

Noted MusicianThe De s, Davie Alderman Pat I ges and family of Callahanare
,: \ 'io ..: Glisson Dolly Ann Glisson E.
By Mary K. Schaeffer "' t By Mrs. Alice Rothhnuner&AAAAALAAAAA4AAiaaLAA& visiting Mr. and Mrs.
i *.. t-f town oil Keystone 'Y .. ( ...,. ._ .. t ___ :j _, _1 : : I I Vyanner Hadden Nita M.I By Charleyene Brantl'ey4AAALAAAAAAAAAAALAAAI J. Hutson.

Heighs this week mourned the -...., OJ Ward. Betty Jean I
a A A A I A A A.aAaA.&a.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJNew .. ; G ., I Buchanan i The Grandin Florahome
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.......'1 I" ----- death. of: Mrs. Gladyce- T. ""-.., Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and Melanie Glisson. j Trail Riders joined with the
I Mrs. Annie F. Sikes and
Book .On ,tamji. double-ring ceremony by candlelight. Bachmann, 'who lost her life Grant Rpthhammer last week I Mr. and Mrs. Isreal Hope I Palatka Horseman's Club ear-

Is Now Available' '. .,. I last Friday :afternoon when included" Mr. arid Mrs. Gene of Orlando visited relatives !! Mrs. Edith: Dinklea. went to ly last Saturday morning for
Jacksonville Sunday to meet
Acting Postmaster. GladysA. The church was filled to she apparently slipped from rvant'and daughters 'of Tulsa and friends in Melrose TuesJ trail ride on horseback. They
i Hi B. Sikes Jr. and Charles of a
Tillis. has" bfe.n advised ota capacity with guests .from a plastic raft'she was riding ___ Okla., Mr. arid Mrs. Dale J day. J I started at the Palatka Club

revised edition 'of: i fie Pin Keystone. HeIghts. .,.Melrose" near the shore in Lake Ge- Price and children of Lub-I Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Ashley Griffin spending Ga. The boys will be grounds and rode toward

cial publication entitled/'post- Starke',,''Palatka. ,Ocala* .flw-. neva. Authorities_ believe that L- : '- bock, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Don and children Mrs. Jack Ja -I some time with Mr. Stokes. landing and back. returning -
and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Sr. at
age Stamps of the, United Lake City Hollywood' death may have resulted froma Beach and son of Tulsa Okla., I! oby and children Margaret! to the club grounds

States." F a., Charleston S. C., Biloxi heart attack since there was and Mr.: andMrs., Ron Anderson -| Slade, Marian Bass Doris their home here. for breakfast. Riders from this

The new edition and illustrations] fall account of this wedding when she found in three I of Grandin, and Mrs. F.
.0 maybe was M.H.S. Principal ClarenceC. Tuesday night at Crescent Mrs. Marie Hutson, Linda ana
U.S. postage 'stamps '! qIn found in the.social. sectionof feet of water. $ : ,. Holden has returned from Beach. Herring of Palatka went to visit to Timmy Hubner, Murray Sipp-

the date o( .their" introductionin the.Starke news. Mrs. Bachmann's husband four days( at the Barcelona M. D. Hobt of Riviera Beach Douglas, Ga. Sunday rell and Scott, and Mrs.: Mar-

1847. to December W1961.th Mr; ah home
plate numbers and .quantities En .1a.lnea'.. : wife had put on her swimmingsuit he attended the Florida Educational -i Ferrell Saturday.Mr. M s. Vira Herring came Heights.Mr. .

printed on commemorative On Sunday afternoon Au- for a mid-afternoon dip Association's Annual and Mrs. Vance Powell with them after spending a and Mrs. W. R. Harvey

and airmail stamps, and gust 19 'M1. and'Mrs.. Carlton and that he had gone into School of Instruction for educational are the parents of a baby week with Mrs. Clough. and small son Juckily c escaped

a complete index for easy reference Paul held an 'Opeli'house reception their lakeside home to don his leaders of the state. toy Shannon, born Sunday. The Eugene Brantley family serious injuries when a tire

purposes' In addition, at their" home on Lake suit. When he came put of During his absence Mrs. Hol-o i Aug. 12, in Alachua General visited the Cecil Under- blew out. turning their car
.
there are tables showing designers Hillcrest' foy the 'parents and the house Mr. Bachmann said 4 ten a'nd children' visited their'I I H pita1.I woods last at their home Mr.in Under-Palat- over between Grandin and

engravers firstdaysites patrons of Keystone" .Heights he could not locate his wife bother and grandmother Mrs. I Miss Carol Hurst is visiting ka Sunday. Putnam Hall last Friday

and dates, quantities of School< 'to meet the',new, principal and assumed she had gone to Emory Martin, in Crescent t:; I her mother Mrs. Pauline wood was pastor of our morning. If you could see the

stamps sold and covers can* and his wife, Mr. and a neighbor's house. He wenton -j ; I Roark, and grandmother Mrs. church! a few years back. He would wonder how

celed the initial day 'of issuanCe Mrs. Phillip Knuth. Mrs. J. down to the lake, and discovered .--Jt1&t. .. .._' ..'.....'-:......-.----. -, city.Mr.:. and :Mrs. Ernest H."I Laura... L. Fuller.. in Tampa.. is his almost greetings blind to now all,his and friendsin sends: car they you got out without any in-
0'- shoes on I .., ) ,
.1953. C.J. wife's
from January ,. R. Smith and Mrs ,, his I Bartlett have as their guests !I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson .juries.
The new stamp booklet is I Connor' presided' at the refreshment the dock. Melrose Couple Cited By CeciJ' Field for most 'ot the month of August } and daughter, Melanie, spent Grandin. .. I Paran Church News
1 Mrs. Leota B. Morton visited -
issued to the public: table, pouring coffee Mr. Bachmann said he then ,
being five members'of the family the weekend in St. Augustine Rev. Bob Galbraith. assoclte -
through the office of \
perintendent of Docuthsat cookies, ,and nuts.,.. : about 300 feet down the.shore., Nem c of Palm Beach: Frances Alderman.: back to Albequerque, Brotherhood was
Baptist
Irtl] of Melrose traffic :: this
Homer Hurst at Cecil She used to live in area
facul- found Mrs., ; control offlgey '
$1.25 per copy W1th'4bIndIng When asked how the. and went to it. He Gail, Jimmy, Debby and i' speaker last Sunday
Knuth non-swimmer, in''f is pictures ne received Field, lying unconsciouson TRINITY EPISCOPAL years ago. pest
Mr. :
which Includ4/A1tY- ty was! shaping up, Bachmann a Two older sisters and I o mes-
ery. If the publication\\i: p said he had hired an but about three feet of water. the Cecil Field Good Citizenship the. highway i near his au- Joy.Mr. and Mrs. Nemec are with !I CHURCH MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pierce bringing sage on "Being:an inspirational A Manly Christian" -
Award recently from tomobile. and children, H. H. Gornto
three said his husband'called for help
mailed to foreign'country., teachers. He The
a .
service.At
Friendship 90 where moining
a project Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy at the
Capt. James A. Smith commanding When reached the and Kathy spent last weekendat
they '
icents in finding the Keystonefire
to problem not of
the cost will be 56 'was and members school 'choir gives concerts' ChurciiSchool service he told
cover additional mailmg char.. teachers, but in finding the: department tried 'to re- :. officer of the air scene, Cmdr. Clare {fad stopped a Sundays. 10 a. m. Crescent Beach. the evening
throughout South America for of Dr. Fred
of : with i station. Mrs. Hurst accompanied I breaching, and MrT Hurst 11:45: a. m. Morning Mrs. Rebecca Brantley of the true story
stacks a
best as he has applications vide Mrs. Bachmann -
will for the United states Oklahoma City and
immediately god Prayer and Sermon IFirsiSunday family in Freed of
ges.All from. He half hour. 'her husband at the cere- began oral resuscitation Melrose visited her
for an
mail orders this to choose resuscitator for
:/ Holy Communion!. 8 his 15 week vacation, workingin
lm o t h-to-mouth Grandin for couple of days
u a
'
with the tea- Christoffers who mony.
addressed
booklet should be quite pleased Donald
is. Dr.
the Superintendent of Documents '-chers he has hired as they all tried heart massage pronounced Quick action on the part of breathing t rJ. while Mrs. Hurst Mr. and Mrs. James Hurt pin! Episcopal l Young Churchmen. l last week. a mission hospital in Ni-

Government Printing have& excellent qualifications. her dead at 4:12:: p.m. Mr. Hurst saved the life of a returned to he house to call. 9f Mia'mil: : spent three. days Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes and geria.
I with'"relatives" and friends I pommunion.Thf I II" On Sunday, Aug. 26, we will
Navy officer assigned to Cecil % medical ai4.Mr. family of Jacksonville have
Office Washington 25, D, C., Il\lis.. Baldree Honored Mrs.! Bachmann was' born I 0 State
and should be accompaniedby At Shower on Nov. IOC 1905 in W ukosh Ffeld.. and. resulted, in the presentation .and Mr ::'Hurst contin- here.}''.l a I Rev. Lee W. Heaton. been spending some time at haye Jt.ev Union C. J. Smyly Director lor
of the first Good ued first'aid' trea'tmenl t for The De reunion Vicar. their trailer the Interfachen Training
a money order or check. Mrs. Rosa Sibley and Mrs. Wis., the daughter of Theodore -: ? family I camp on Conven-
hos- Elmere GervaiseThompson. Citizenship Award ever presented more than an hour 'until an was held last Saturday at road. the Florida Baptist
joint
stamps will pot be accepted Grace Crosby were and
Postage I at both
in payment.'! tesses at a storks shower for 'I She came" ,to Keystone -? at1' that station. ambulance f arrived* '. on. the !3ranford: State Park on the METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner tion, as guest speaker welcome is

Letter-WritfnV Week. Mrs: Dyal Baldree held at Heights from. St.Albans.., Last June 1, Mr. and Mrs. s e'ne. uwannee River. Those who. I MELROSE have returned to Miami ervi es. A cordial .
*' II Hurst in their Mr. Hurst 11-year Air intended General Dees.I1si .i Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith after two week visit with extended to everyone.PARAN
The Post Office Department the Baldree home in' McRae Vt. about eight; years ago were sitting ap: ;! were: >. a
will participate 'year in on Friday evening August 17. when she purchased the Elmer home near Melrose when they Force veteran" of World(War Dees, Marvin Dees' J. I I Pastor Mrs. A. G. Hinson who accompanied CHURCH
the 25th anniversary bseI"-' Miss Sylvia Ricks conducted Livingston'hoine of Lake heard what unded like a Hi: and! the" Korean:Wai1s: t. Land". Carroll Ward. RayMond -j Sunday School 9:45: a.ni. them back to Mi- BAPTIST
FLA.
GRANDIN
ance of Letter-Writing Week.Don't the games and kept the par- Keystone. When heir husband rash on the highway outside. employed" -< by Clay Electric Land Bunyon Kelley Worship 11 a. m._ ami.Richard '
purchased 'the Rushing to investigate they I Cooperative at Keystone. Lilly Jr. of Flora- Sunday School 10 a. m.
forget to keep triends< ty lively. retired they '
Court for two weeks. to accommodate her guests.
found Cmdr. J. H. Clare airClay Heights. home is undergoing treatment Morning Worship 11 a. m.
-
Mrs. Lake Gen-
Let '
with Tetters durlpk Shower guests included Manuel home on t
near
1 }{rs'Hal Hand and Mrs
.1r. and Mrs. Oather Queena
Charles Mrs: Dspyeistret i : in the Baptist Hospital, Jack- Training Union, 6:45: p. In.
ter-Writing Oct. 1-13. Baldree ..
Week
Frank served greeter
Ilgen
d daughters to visita as '
eva.Mrs.. for- classes of 10 hours each stopped sonville. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Mid-
Miss Ricks
Sandra RidaugKt Is Bride Sylvia Bachmann was a County CD ; '
so'with at the door. Mrs. R. A. GauntMrs. ,
.
!'f day or Mr. and Mrs.Edward'Bfeh'a Mrs. Mary Adams sold her week Meeting, Wednesday -
Of Permaif befl l 'p.La y Thomas, Mfs. :Del- mer choir direct r'of. St. 'Clay County to be divided Walter Grolick and Mrs Prayer
The First Baptist Church of .ing Smith. Mrs. 'BobpV alo- Mary's Catholic Church' in Bt: Plans Radiological into three' sections, in accprd, enfoute to Orlando.'after Jack Haberstrol ,were kept:, trailer home and has returnee: 8 p.m.-Rev. Alton Stephens
r ; Visiting all 'eleven
Keystone Heights was the ree, Mrs. Dovie Sibley Mrs. Albans VU filling {his! position -1'Training Courses ante, with basic'county plans: I of"Gather's brothers and sisters busy in 'the kitchen, prepar-' make to Woodstock.her home. She Ontario and her to pastor.

scene of a lovely wedding on Detha Hickey, Mrs. George for 20 years. She was Section l"- Upper third ofClay'C inMadiiia, Ohio. August ing delicious refreshments,.
On -
Friday evening August' 17, Schaeffer Mrs. Faith Turner; a' ''former music teacher Tri Ray, 'E. Chance. Civil Defense imty with Orange Parkas 16 o t1iet started on his Mrs. William Reynolds, Mrs,, late husband have been care-
for the church andParan
takers
Sandra. Ridaught Mrs. Margaret Tanner. Mrs! the parochial'and public 'Director of Clay County, headquarters.
when \ ,. : third "hitch" in the Air Force.: H. I. Stevens and Mrs. Mabel for several
daughter of.Mr.. and Mrs Juanita Glisson, Miss JoAnn school system in Vermont,. reports hathioff1ce has re- Section 2 Middle third of Mrs. the former Carol Husbands poured tea and coffee Cemetery

Harold Rldaught of Keystone Thamos, Miss Roberta Sibley and was a noted" voice teach cently'received more than $2.- Clay County wfth, Green Covprings Bleha gueeifis, daughter of Mr. and' and Miss Lynn Gaunt wa.!:, years.
Frank
Rev. and Mrs. Mc-
Heights, became the bride of: Mrs. Florida Baldree Mrs. Rowan er in the New England States 000 worth of new radiological :' as.headquarters.' Mrs./'Bleha.Mrs. in charge of pouring pun fi.,
Jacob Perm. n RobertsII. son ,:Thomas and Miss Martha for many years. instruments f r use in training 'Section'- 3 Lowe;' third 'of Junior hostesses were Helen I Clellan and sons, and a niece: EliCTliC GlASS IOTTOM bAll
Fred Dobb and daughters of Nashville, Tenn. visited at.
of Mrs. ..Ljola Roberts ,of: Jane ,4Schaeffer.Part She was organier and. director Clay.County. Civil. Defense Clay County. : with K ystone' and Charlene Lambert daughters 9 .1 -
Starke. and tne !ar t. cob r.;! jrn' For' Members 'ofSmoker 'of Sti; ffliam's CJhoirin personnel.'lii/ A .' --- *:-.k/ Heights. as headquarters, [C. and MrsGeorge enjoyed Schaeffer -,.1 of the guest of honor; I

Roberts. The .RevVaac'k Mabry ( -- Bear. ,. Club Keystone, arid' those who 'case of anenmy' attack, D. Headquarters. ;' c. for staff and daughter a: I Carol Warren and Jo Ellen I \

of DelgRsl p${ oed pie The, boys. and,. girls... of the- I attended mass at the church radiological information will Under present planning the trip to Gainesville Wednesday Wildt ZIKE DECORATING SHOP1\1
local Smokey Bear Club en-! were always pleased to' pear be the most important part of first class- will be held for See- of last week. while Romesa: Correction

FOR RENT: Thorny Garage joyed a Pam\ ? at, the 'Keystone' her lovely,contralto voice in OUt protection for the citizensof t'ipn l 3 starting" Thursday Aug. Dpdd did spme shopping. for This is actually not a cor. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4505

Apt., on Lake o. eva.. Suitablefor Heights Library. a branch of solo par s.; ** 'this county.wClaf 23. and for four succeeding her college wardrobe.Mrs. rection but an addition. Ir I

couple Comforfably nished.t1f' tr kitchen. Thursday'afternoon, Aug. 16. jfnergy and ook'l ar tial targgts -. -but l lethal fallout Classes for Section 1 Orange"Park 'Kan. is the guest of Mrs,, copal Family Night Supper ir

Call J. O./'U1ulb e. 3663. The members.. of \Ihe chib must acttve parr in 'civic, and"'chit is'"noVespecfer* (places or Area'should be Bertha Jones and her grand.. St. Anne's Hall we failed tcI DURALITE DU PONT
*
'* '3t'chg9-6: read teli''books on nature "or affairs. 'was president persons. held.' 'probably! in October.'Additional daughter Debbie Matheny:p mention the name of Mrs. WALL PAPER 0 WALLTEX CONTACT I

wildlife for which they will the Melrose Woman's Club A recent survey by the Fed- classes will beheld on Lake Geneva. Mrs. Jone<, Ray Renfroe in the list ol

receive a. certificate. The children fot thfe coming season a member Clay County has a minimumof "upgn! completion of area I is Debbie's paternal grandmother :I hostesses.Mr. Custom Made Drapes & Traverse Rods

RestaurantLAWRENCE'S i- ..1' of. will receive their certi- or-S.f.. William's! Catholic satisfactory: protection a- classes.. I. while Mrs. Rogers is her Garber Is GuestAt Plants Plant Foods Fertilizers
1 ficates' ,when they' return to Club/Garden Club. Duplicate Government indicates that It'is requested that the following maternal grandmother.? Rotary MeetingC.

fllNEfeGood If school. "'in t , and Country. ga'inst fallout -and our weakest personnel be requested d three plan to go up to Albany H. Garber was the guest J Yard Tools Insecticides Sundry Items

Food !:- Colofe};: i be presented" to them" by their 4. C lub.b. 1 <3 ;" link In our! Ciyll Defense pr directed to attend ares. Ga. this week to visit of the Rotary Club on Friday,. CONTRACTING
principal. Her ; Law enforcement Debbie's father, A-lc B. .
Survivors include hus- program is our radiological classes per Aug. 17. A retired StandardOil
OPEN' SUNDAYS Mr. Jfelen Lawrence! Key- band. Albert E. Baffiniann of training.It 4 onnei i Local utilities person- Matheny who is stationed Co. employee, he has' lived Phone Day 4505 Night 4417EHGHTS
11 A.M.ToP., NLHy. stone Librarian was "assisted Keystone Heights; as son is therefore incumbent nl; County and State: Health.I there.

21 1-Kevston.Hlit" *iI! by Mrs. Marge Tracy and Theodore T. Bachmann t. St. upon all city county, and Agriculture and Welfare Departments '| .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Duhe (Continued On Next- Face] \
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hf ,> J* ,.J "'" Mrs. ,Marie Bird in serving Albans Vt.; a'sister.Irs.. Ben state employees elected or appointed ; Area Volunteer- Fire.t 1. and three children,' and 'Miss -
---- I Redfield, Stevens Point, Wis.; to participate in this Departments; Hospital person- Sue'' Ann Harris, all of New

.- .- - and one granddaughter. county-wide rogran. neT;:*Teachers'- of Clay County i Orleans Lai::, left for hQm< KEYST N E .. MELROSENESS
The Rosary was recited at Recently;' the Clay County Schools; Citizens 'Band Radio Saturday morning after ''be

I 7:30 p.m. Sunday. the De- Commission under matching Operators of Green Cove I ing'fiouse guests of their relatives -

Witt C. Jones Chapel in funds authorized Lewis Muir Springs. I : Mrirtd Mrs. Everett

Starke. with Rev. Father Connie a DuPont employee to attendan ''It !is further requested thatee.1 !i Poxrano family. BUSIfLOICIST DIRECTORYNURSERY

I Dougherty officiating. A Instructor class at 'area': quota be limited to I I Tommy 'Is 'Sixteen j

'I' Requiem 'funeral mass was lyn N.!' Y. and to Brook-j 2S"st tu/lents'dtie!; to limitation; Tommy! Bird, son of Mr.'and ,
,
held at 10 a.m. Monday in St. an ''instn ctar. Mr. Muir has of Gei'ger"counters available.. j jf |i Mrs: John Bird was host* at .. I

'William's Church, and was successfully completed this I f The above mentioned per-:' a party't'ma rli his' ISth'birtfi- James H. McEacheri} '

I sung by Mrs. Bachmann'sI course and now that the j sonn'el' will be advised as toi!'I da y' on Wednesday, Aug! 15. Edna Williams Clemens Nursery t !j' Realtor

I with Mrs. Nancy ,$end- training aids Geiger counter I.! exaqt time, date 6"area class- ,|I The group' enjoyed' swimming I,

ryn'directing.T "' ete.; have been received has!, es': and alist"of 'personnel. attending ; in Keystone Lake, and then a & ,NUBSEBT. II I Shrubs Over 600 VanIties of ,Lwt on WHITE! SAND LARK I II
i
'
FLOWERS i Tree
"will ; UuuseplanUI !
: PropOsed : be requested. '
: Pallbearers. .. were Herbert the following training j I cook-out on the Bird' patio. $2.50.
Also
i lots and homes
** F.r All Octacten. I Citrus i Azaleas Palms ea
: Nelson: Louis Kyle, I finished the I ,
Stanjey They off evening other lakes.
; Coste' of Elmhurst. HI. have been ning period, Miss jifansfield ; tfelro&e] Phone:"Qfl 5-2331 H liV iY 100 at Hillcrest
: Stephen Sashoff Byerett with in i
I ; dancing the recrea- > Ii
with
returned to Columbus 3 i
!: Fox, and. Raymond Wal. visiting Mr. and Mrs. James i | fion' room. i Miles East ofKeystone !
"- *" her friend for a visit. INSURANCE Heights
I ters. / Cook for two- weeks. Mrs. Cook t Miss Anna McCullough of j party guests included :Dp- .Contact. Edna Martin Associate

I Burial was in the' Keystone' and, Mrs. Morine are sisters. | White Feather Court left Wal- lores Murrhee Steve Shackle'i Murrhee _Insurance I| NURSERY STOCK JAMES H. MrKACHERN

i, Heights' Cemetery/" .' Mr. and Mrs. James Cook I do oq the Meteor last Saturday -; ford, 'Marshall? Pardee;" Carol I 'P. O. Box 163. I'bone 4108
I have just' returned from fj and Baker Gary Cooper, Lee Sut- AgencyGeneral I Azalea 3Qc t up I
-. a, >r a. visit with Mr Keystone! Heights, Fla.
y
: ----- --- _..w-. ; punch and cookies to'the party vacation trip to Cleveland! Mrs. 'Clarence Fothergill' at 1 tbli: Carol Warren Bruce InsuranceFire to V Azaleas Special $ 00 ea.; .
-- I fuests! J'f11 :cookies had phia, and' Buffalo. N. Y. Patuxent River Md. Mrs. Moon Margaret Pater Norma Casualty! Bond ,Landscaping' Material Available!

"I Pay Myself\ FIRST! been made by Mrs. Bird, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Knuth Fothergill Is Miss 'McCul- V. UdjuiL j Ernie Williams, Allied Linn See Our Plants Before You Buyl!

; Lawrence, and Mrs. Tracy., have rented the Restlvo home lough's' niece' as well: a a sister and'aq' : out-of-town' guest.'PatShaughnessey Keyst ne Heights.: 2731 O. C. Games Nursery!S. E.: McKay, RealtorLake
"The FIRST dollars that come out of my pay enve- t.Muhlhoftrs Entertain to'Keystone' from West FloraE '
Club Estates ; 'Mi-i. George Schaeffer. Vjr- me 684-4665
lope go straight into my savings account where theygo Golfers 'Mr.'and Mrs. George LaRue : From Newton Highlands I gIIUa.% i V / i .f- I'I'I \Yiixi It Comes to ... .. I Front Propcrt Howe

right to work for ME earning interest : The Men's Golf] Associationof are about ready to move into Mass. 'We hear that Mrs. Josephine 3Irs.* Lambert Honored ,NsunANCEGO PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's .and Acreage. p

building up week after'Wee! into something that's tbe'Keyst6ne Heigh&'Cburp tKelr new home on Lake Key- Oakey a former ten- At'Fa'reweJl Party FIRST CLASS! I

beginning to look like real money. try "club mft at the home of .tone. .The haye rented; their| ant at the White Feather "'Mrs.:"Charles Wallenius was Geo. E. LaRue I !Keystone! Height*-ph. 5071 '

"The way I figjjfe i If: (He dollars I SAVE each"weekare o one i' die dembers Waiiy Club\ Estates home ol'the new Court: is having a nice summer hostess at a lovely part 'on Keystone Heights I' PACKAGE s' 'Da""

the pro.fir.p _* A*'tDr ,,, g s'. my profits'tliatwill :Ii:1 W9fer.. .....l..It'r.Mqnday. ntgbt I KHS. poach' and pi$'wife. Mr. 'vacation, and was havinga ; Thursday morning- Aug. 16 Agi. For TRAVELERS OPEN SA U-12 P.'1C1>AIlY
Aug. ; and Mrs. Roy Spradley.Mr. visitor: the next I! BdnbrW; li .
dat14'[ r daughter; Mrs.
add ub t (tlklndof! hne J want' to live in, The 'insurance. Company CLOSED SUNDAYS Winifr: lH.l
enjoyed weiner and Julius Hanson Robert
group a Mrs. : Alma Frost another Key- | rt with eri '
.
6f ucajio\ r'want 'C r'my' children the I pambert.'who. floriO1IersAutomobile Keystoner Melrose hlizhwsy
the kind ;I tpat, after whith* they heW 'ntfl.t; oied a vacation I' stoner who summers in New family1. Is moving{ back iq Atlanta Fire
kind of riCy I want myramiI) ,to:enjoy noiand I then- Also CRAWFORDIfcf. I
se business trip Washington cj '
f : meeting.-.. D. England.-Mrs. Oakey* .says that after llvtog. in 'KeystoneI TeJ 4622. Day 4325; HUe Blue Pine Pacb*e. Store 4 Bar
always. Persona where they visited Dr. and' Mrs. fielghts 'for 'I *
i Fjpst's new grandson about a year i
I .
Rt 100
Open a savings account in this; bank and : MfVariij Mrs. J. D de4iof Mrs. Richard Malmgren and I arrived last week and all is ''Tne' a Wallenius'$ 'home was .MILLWORK 4' South T.i' Real,' EttaU: Broker;
I
get the habit ..i ,.. paying, yourself FIRST. I; of Brooklyn N. y.. friends of family. Mrs. Malmgren is Mr. j welt : 'illg.1 I decorated'with 'lovely 'summer Lake pe''e' Acreage. .

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein. Hanson's daughter while Dr.i Mrs. Bee Cooper spent flowers* -from: the' garden *ofF KeystoneMUlwork i (REAL .ESTATE. Ranches. '- Business. City

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ,i are guests at White Feather Malmgren is the son of Axel :'9. ..10; 11 attending tie'souttij I f B"T.J!'fHu! n. A riumfier of Shop I' t-41.t Homes :Hfntsls' -

Court. Malmgren. of Keystone' eastern Regional Caucus' 1:|Mrs. Wallenius'triends"'assis- CAfcLVETg i. C. J. Pete "We Take A.Personftl Intere* I
Mr.. and .Mrs. Wilbur Sar Heights. j the Fleet Reserve "Association,i!| tM here' to Entertaining "the DOOBS *'f O'Connorj In Your Req'ulrcjnentJ*

M1I3EJ} F.D.J.C. gent and, daughters. fPortland Miss Eulamae Segers of Co- which was held at the RoOsevelt i I PPfOXfi 1atelT 13 0 guests: WINDOW Flt.UIEI I
f *> .
'
A Friendly Bank in A FrWrffft 1'J' : Ore. Were house" lumbus, Ga. was a recent Hotel'nV.&ciadbvffle 3Mi. ; C1 "arid tables were'set upon '-;. 6CEEENS BCAL-' MtIWiyI' K.Ttone HsJgfili

; .. guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Jo- guest of Miss Emma Kate and, !Mrs. Raleigh! DowVfS" .o her beautiful front !lawn Trim 5Ut.rliliSwb ESTATE: e1roeeWwa
Heights Fla.
_........"" .............. ,n Keystone eb 'ti' un1t"t ., .,..f it gftm gj1 Mansfield.U5fcstt*.. 2. >Just M M prior f...nM to _. --- -------- -- ------- ---- -- )Jr. and Morine opening of teachers' pre-plan- are guests at White Feather J j I well as in her spacious house t J IleighU TeL 4215 !eystoo Helghte. Pbo&e 429 -!1I81






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I Iil l i Bradford County Telegraph :


,f i STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY. AUG. 23 1962


j From July 10 August 13 VVYVVVVYVVVYVyYYIVyyyy were visiting relatives and 'BAYLESS
HIGHWAY Cash Paid for Good, Clean said Tuesday being the For 3 Members of the Board
\. '. friends in Graham Saturday. CHURCH SCHEDLUE Rags No Khakis Wool AHCetton. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor r of County Commlseioneri
GRAHAMBy Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling or i United States Senator For 3 Members of the Board

Bradford Land Sales Total $352,502 entertained with a, small ice. Sunday School 10 a. m. Bring to Telegraph. from For the Representative State of Florida in Con- of Public Testimony Instruction.In ,Whereof. I

Richard CainJAAAAAAAAA.A.A.AA4AA4AAAJ cream party Sunday afternoonat Morning: Worship 11 a. m. GRAPH. District gress for the 8th Congressional hand have hereuntoset the mf

their home. Among some Training' ,Union, 6 p. m. I IEveI NOTICE OP ELECTION For Two (2) Justices of the Great Seal of the State
i,I Land transactions in Brad- Joseph J. Lamb to J. E. wright, Wade Gaskins, Luther. of the guests were Mr and 1ng'Serv1ce Be it known that I, Tom Adams, I Supreme Court (SEAL) of Florida, at TalUhai
ford 7 p.m. Prayer Secretary of State of the Stateof For Judge of the District. see, the Capital, thle
County totaled I Wall Mrs. Frank Thomas of
$253.250 Jr., Lake City, residence, Billiard and Luther IPetel Hampton Florida do hereby give notice Court of Appeal for the First' the 6th' day of August
meeting,
during the period from July'| $5,000. Griffis, as undivided one-fifth and Mrs. Murry O'Steenof Wednesday, 7 p. that a GENERAL ELECTION Appellate District. I' 1968.
10-August 13, according to I John H. Hemingway. Eliza- Interest to each. 5.03 acres oi :Miami. m. Choir practice, Wednesday State will be of held in Bradford County, FoTwo (J) Railroad and I, TOX ADAMS
Florida of
on Tuesday Public Utilities Commissioners Secretary State
deeds filed in the office of'j: bethtown North Carolina to land $3,000.Nathan Mr. and Mrs. William Carl 8 p.m. next succeeding the first Monday For one Member of the House, 8-16 4t 9-6
the county clerk. 'I I J. E. Hardy. Starke. 10 acres Mitchell Stevens to Brought on of Gainesville and or'' in November, A.D., 1962::, the of Representatives

'Prices of sales are figured of land $1,600.Charles Morris Franklin Streetman,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Earl

from documentary tax stampsaffixed R. Klein to T. H. Starke. residence, 20000. Broughton of Gainesville, and ,1

to the deeds. Only Slade, Starke, parcel of land DD.D. Builders Inc.. Jack vile, were out visiting then-

transactions of $1,000 or more 8900. sonville, to Pies Hamer Lott, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl

ere listed here. Virgil M. Jordan to Donald Starke, residence in Saratoga Broughton Sunday. Also visit- o 4 '

Lois P. Niles, a widow, to, Lee Hall Starke, parcel of Heights, $11,300. ing the Broughton's were Mr. \

Stanley A. Rising, residence land 5000. Jimye Davis and L. L Davis, and Mrs. Richard Verlin Grl rand A

in Indian Beach Subdivision, W. A. Bessent Jr. to Guy her husband, to Sidney P. children of Jacksonville., ikIi! ci' T ;k ,

32500. Andrews, Starke, parcel of Griffis Jr., Starke, parcel of' Revival Service

Virginia Kelly, joined by her land, $5,000.William land, $2,150.Eoline .4 The 0 a k Hill Baptist

husband. E. L. Kelly, to Douglas E. Herndon to W. Smith a widow,, Church of Fairbanks held their !':

L. Hutchins, Jacksonville, George W. Summer, Jacksonville to Owen R. Alvarez Jr., Starke, revival with Rev. Bird of ;:: 4.'T

residence in Mount Pleasanton residence on Bedford lot on Crosby Lake, $1,150.J. Lakeland as guest speaker.

Silver Lake, 5800. Lake $6,200. A. Gnann to James A. Oak Hill is being pastored by

Geneva Kennedy to Volusia Carl E. Osterberg to Thomas Davis, Keystone Heights, par Rev. George Tyson:; also pastor -
Roofing and Siding Company, R. Hudd, Clearwater, half cel of land 3000. t k I of the Graham Bantist

a Florida corporation seven interest to .67 acres of land Church. All from my are

acres In Bradford County, $5- $2,000. .''VVfVffTVfVVfVVTTVVTTfCLAY Miss Lee Air. BroughtonTake were invited to attend the ser

500. w < William J. Thomas to James Wedding Vows vice at his church. Talking to

Charles H. Wolfe to James B. Chessington James F. HILLBy 1 Miss Genevieve Lee and Robert those who have been they'

Hartford Waller, Jacksonville Wiley and Eugene K. Reese, Earl Broughton were said that they really got a

lot In Santa Pe,Shores, $2,000. all of New Baden, Ill., lot in married at 4 p.m. Saturday,j blessing out of the revival. Resorts
William Filce Starke to Mount Pleasant on Silver Mrs. J. L. StricklandiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMt August 11, at the Graham say that the Church was

Ruth 'Bumba, Starke sale of Lake, $1,000.Lester Baptist Church. filled to capacity every night

Crescent Motor Court southof J. Prevatt to J. Ellis The bride is the daughterof and chairs had to be placed

Starke on U.s. 301 $20,000. Bryant, Jacksonville, 30 I'I The young preacher, Mike I Mr. and Mrs. Brian of Sanford down the aisle. That's what

Otis Leach to Jason B. acres of land $12,500. Yarbrough we have been expecting and the bridegroom's I: call good, old-time revival

Crawford, Samuel A. Brown, Herman W. Gradick to Ed- for sometime to come parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl We are glad that Rev. Tyson's
from
ahd Gad Griffis as the Boardof ward E. Lozier Jacksonville, Macclenny to preach for Broughton of Graham. new church is doing so well.

Trustees of Laura Baptist residence on Silver Lake $5.- us, finally made it Sunday Rev. George Tyson of Oak We wish him the best of luck.
night. He
Church of Starke, parcel of has been a Chris- Hill Baptist Church of Fair- Small VacationAs

land. $2,000.James 500.Henry B a d y Easterling, tian just about a year, and is banks officiated at the cere- a small vacation, Mr. i k
really on fire for the Lord.
E. Starling, Starke, Starke, to Tate Powell Jr., mony. and Mrs. Carl Broughton left
to L. K. Whitehead. Waldo Macclenny lot in Bedford He wish him more power and i. The church was decorated friday for Birmingham Ala. ::
more blessings. He is the
residence in Pinehaven Subdivision Lake Shores, $2,000. nephew with magnolia boughs with to visit Mrs. Broughton's rel
of Ed Yarbrough, sheriffof
$6,500. Alice Kite, a widow, to L. numerous artificial flowers on atives, Mr. and Mrs. WalkerVice.
Minnie H. Beard and F. B. J. Kite, Starke, half interestIn Baker County. ''a trellis with palms on both They returned home

Beard husband and wife, to a parcel of land containing Remember the revival startsat sides. The wall in the back- Monday.

J. E. Hardy, Starke, a lot, 339 acres and a fourth inter-i Highland next Sunday, ground was also decorated Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdin
Aug. 26, and C. L. Tyler will
$2,100. I est in an additional parcel of with magnolia branches, and were delighted to have all of. '
do the preaching. Lewis Red- -
J. E. Hardy Starke to H. land, $14,500.Mary small hand-made flowers their children out Sunday fora
A. Bishop Jr., Starke, parcelof Watterson, as ad- dish will be song leader. As which gave the effect of visit. .
stated before, our pastor I
land $3,500. ministratrix of the estate of blooming magnolias.Mrs. Richard Cain and Richard
George Chism, will not be with
John D. Patterson to Thomas Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh George Tyson, pianist Starling went to Jacksonville
us next Sunday since he will
E. Dobson, Garden Grove deceased, to James W. HomeJr. and vocalist, performed the Beach Friday evening.

Calif., five lots in Crystal ., Hampton, parcel of land services be conducting in the Moniac Homecoming Bap- wedding music. Miss Sylvia Starling enjoyed t {

Lake Homesites, $2,000.E. 14500. The decorations were hand- a wonderful birthday cake
H. Clarkson to Paul P. Mary L. Watterson. as ad- tist Church. Rev. Tyler will led by A., J., and R. at her home in Gainesville.
preach both .services at HIgh-
Day and A. O. Peterson Jr., ministratrix of the estate of Miss Lee's bridesmaid was She sent her grandmother

both of Jacksonville eight acres Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, land.Our Mrs. Myrtle Stokes, her sister Mrs. Carl Jones, a big pieceof h <
of land on Santa Fe Lake, deceased to James W. HomeJr. daughter Lillian Lioutza who resides in Brooker.Mr. it. I sure enjoyed I it.
J : :
8500. ., Hampton, parcel of land, and children left for their Broughton chose as his Tobacco Season Over j +, < ', the

J. R. Bullington, Starke, to $2,500. home in Norton, Va. Saturday best man Richard Cain of Now the tobacco season is : During
night after a two weeks visit Graham.
Roman M. Alvarez, Starke, Judson L. Lloyd to Ralph E. in over around this area, we all .
these parts. ReceptionA
residence, $ 2,500. Pate, Jacksonville, lot in Cypress can sit back and take it easy _

Louise H. Kite a widow, to Beach $3,500. Our number In Sunday reception was given by and know that you can findit $+
I : -
School increased to 62 the bridegroom's parents at
last
J. E. Hardy, Starke, parcel of Ralph D. Morton to Wil- true if you ask Basil Davis.
Sunday morning, and 45 of their home. The new Mr. and
land, $1,800.Hugh liam G. Miller, Jacksonville, Mr. Davis Is the chief tobacco '
these were 100 per cent members Mrs. Broughton cut the two-
B. Ingram Jr., Talla- lot in Mount Pleasant on Silver grower around Graham. He guaranteed
tiered cake
The Intermediate Girls wedding completewith
hassee, to Dr. James William Lake, $4,500- marketed his tobacco at High
bride and
bridegroomeServed'
captured the banner again, a
Patray Jr., Starke residence Jim Chasteen, Starke. to "Wtth Springs with some of the pret ___
and it looks like'ho( other class 'Oft )ef); : the cake "
$10,700.D. Lundy Prater, parcel of land, tiest leaf on'sale. Winding up
compete with them was delicious Florida orange
can even
.. B.,Thomas to Alton Gre- $9,000. for this honor. But let's keep juice punch. Those serving his tobacco year, Mr. and Mr .

gory Starke, residence 1 n Jim Chasteen, Starke, to trying. were Mrs. Bessie Wasdin Mr. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl I
Jones attended the tobacco GOlf
Pinehaven Subdivision. $7,000. Morris Carter J. R. Wain- Broughton's grandmother his sales in High Springs. Iifejof A ew.

At The TabernacleThe sister, Miss Mary Frances Near Completion
Broughton, and Miss Faye
Tabernacle was DyaL There was around thir- State Road 225 here at

HAMPTON saddened last week group by the ty-five attending this event. Graham is near completion.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speaking to one of the work
death of valued friend and
a will reside in man this week, he said that '
associate C. E. Broughton 'tiresyouare
member Roy.
protected
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Dibble of Penney Farms. He Gainesville. Sorry that we do the job should be completed

has filled the pulpit and not have complete details on within the next two weeks-
in what the bride and brides- The road is being paved from s
on
brought
messages song the Bradford line into Alachua
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Invites You To many occasions, and will be maid wore.
County with a new bridge

friends.greatly missed by his many Due to the fact that we had across the Santa Fe River nst; road
Funeral services were all. hazards
I which gives it a distinguishedand ,
held in the Memorial Home no news last week because ;,gal
Community Church at Pen- was unable to be here Mon- beautiful view as you ,

REVIVALSERVICES ney Farms where he resided day, I will try to write the come down tbe hill on either
side of the river. The work
last
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. news for this week and
week. Your help in co-operat- men have cleared and widened
Revival services at Boat- the Santa Fe on both sides ,
with to the news i
me give
ng
I
drain Baptist Church are be- t of the river. This new paved
if you would please give ito regardless of
ing attended this week by wear
the
road, when completed with
Mrs. Ratliff at the post .
some members of the congre office. other portion of the road, willsave :'' -
gation'WILLIAMS
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones motorists around Graham ,

and Mrs. Debbie Hall numerous miles and time, and
were
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,
I Nate Hall of will provide a short way to
visiting Hampton


I I Mr.Friday.and Mrs. Clarence Fra- Gainesville.If Only.I l gar less ofmiIeag .

Evangelist-FRED BROWNJacksonville i zier were shopping in Jack- guess you are wondering"If

JEWELRYREPAIRS sonville Friday. Only What.. ?" Well.. theo
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Starl- answer to that question can .

ing, son and daughterinlawof be made in one way. That is, {}o

WATCHES-DIAMONDS Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling, "If only SR 18 through Gra-

I has returned to their home in ham was wide enough for motorists .' ,
AUGUST 26-31 AD Work GuaranteedA. Lake Worth. to pass without havingthe i :'
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C. Williams Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff fear of running off the this Amazing. : ,
a
had as guests last week their road and swerving and hitting Read
8:00: NIGHTLY 142 W. CaD St. son and daughter-in-law and 'an innocent pedestrian or a 1.

Starke, F1a.I children Mr. and Mrs. Walter tree. And again "If Only" the tatG.UARANTEEi I .

I Ratliff of White Field near county commissioners had to .

-, Milton. Also visiting was Mrs. ride over this road daily and a '

Miley Wynn of Gainesville. had to pass log trucks and .; for malicious, fu. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bar- semis on some of the curvesof lit: If. for any reason (eICCpt! GuI brand tire does not prove service-for !n,

STARVE BUSINESS DIRECTORY nes and son of Bessner, Pa. is this narrow road. There ._ negligent damage). your minimum lifetame when used !ti.>' '., :

now visiting his parents Mr. should be some changes made able fort t8 entire guaranteed entitled to an adjustment as ,a '.

t and Mrs. Dewane Barnes. by widening this road for ,u.. :t ,nonco mnserclal purpoaes, you are worJananshiP or material, you .. 'c .' '
SAKE. "If Only" the is defective other .
-- They also visited in South SAFETY : U the cause If the cause is 81IY ;

AUTO REPAIRS 'AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE Florida. Mrs. Dewane Barnes county commissioners would t! follows receive a new tire without charge. offer you a brand-
went with them sight seeing I' read this I know the citizensof tat wID will repair It without charge or price
Gulf the purchase i"
of
Earl GarageALL J. B. Wright Starke's in South Florida. Graham would back me up E\\ reason Mowing credit for thet portion life of the tire. .
ImIDS OF Mrs. Berry Dyal is able to to the greatest extend due to new tire unused guaranteed minimum

AUTO REPAIR WORK I SINCLAIR SERYICl Cities Service StationJ. be up an about after being on the comments I have heard tat repreoented by the c 5Wnhpt3 .

I STATION the sick list for a week. from many about the, condi- a@!
Wort
Guaranteed
All ""'
Phone 959-2964 C. Gardener Prop. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffis tion of this road. Although \ _
Complete Ant Sertiot Uvery Mechanical Service ; (
and children were visiting his Graham is not an Incorporated .
13e. Walnut. SUrkt ... -
Tires Batteries AoecssarteoLubrication General Repairs AutomaticTransmissions : mother in Palatka Sunday. town like others in the ::' -

UTO SERVICE Washing Also there was his sister from county, there are citizens here } Ufetima"J. Watrantlti- .

542 Cities Service Product Colorado.Mrs. with the right of, protection J .
Gilbert S. Brown Madison IalDodd' TIRES BATTERIES Minnie Crenshaw was from auto accidents. "If On- l ADO r ms.ti" a Gulf CROWN-15 to 21 mos. 4 tr >

gtaadarf Oil Service Station ly"? That's the question, I"!f DELIJ$cROWfi.7.4 b 21 .
705 N Temple StarkePHO ] ,, visiting relatives and friends __ _mos CUSHION-12 to 15 mos. ,.
ATLAS where is the answer? y 0. :
in DePuniak and will ,
I Service &: 964-9911 Springs
TIRES BATTERIES also visit her grandson, Walter

Budget l'boM1071'rtI'mSRoad Service I Auto Sales AUTO TIRES Ratliff of Milton. EVZSGREEN [For. *. re values you can trust;st op r. '

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks .- '
407 N. Tem Ie. Stark Rambler Starke Recap Co. and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rat BAPTIST CHURCH
Safes ft Service if. '
tat the'sip'of, f the Discw 4. ,.$.Z 4d : ,,,
:
tiff were among the many who Orange : .
BiD
rN'
Edwards GENERAL REFAI&INQ Pappy Baobtea. Owner BfnReeapptnr I Sunday School 10 *.m, -..:.;;" :' .'v-i:
Starke "K"Service International LlfeUat> for Can & True I attended the wrestling matches tfte) Lord's Supper, 11 a. m. ", .'4'''r'' "If, ,

ONE DAY SERVICENEW at Jacksonville Coliseum Preaching, 11 a.m. Training ;

!..tutleZ'sI'mESTONII TIRES AT SA'VINOa Thursday night. Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching .. .

Mrs. Debbie Hall Is spend 7:30 Jos. E. :
m
p. Norman :
Wheel Bahtndng &; Alimmant BATTERIES :
Phone 964-MS1 "Tires, Batteries. Accessories !'hOlM01 ing some time with Mr. and 6:30 pan. : REGISTER OIL COMPANYV
Mrs. Nate Hall in Hampton. Pastor.Wednesday.
C17 N. Temple. Stark 528 8. Walnut 944-1141 SOl Sooth Stark
Robert Cain and Miss Mar =Bible Classes :
STARKE, FLORIDA
gie Ann Starling of Gainesville Evening Assembly Wcishij ,

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'THURSDAY, 23, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST4_______. FLORIDA PACI; NIII -_-


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I I Mr. and Mrs. Jess Saunders J .4 .. ,. ':.." i I t."f' <<>o.i 1 .of Penney Farms visted the ; .,0.f.i w.:. ,,. \ .. :. .. f' '< J m i t ., 2\-,,' W>; .
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r. .Pringle Ota. Brewers on and Thursday Mrs. Daisy last ':!! : :'W'-4',.x"'t4':<71:>':J:1:,'::1"i-F'.... .:.:"'WW>;::$'',:,?Y;;<:>:"''':""';.'.<'<,'<"/{&.'....".'f'i-J',,&..:.},: ,."kt.,,....'".".w.,.,....'>... ..",''''?', f't., ti'.r.'*',yf.:,'":.w'v.J.:,.:y..l". .,"..'" ",. t t..... ... ....; ,......."N'1.of ..<< ',. .P",...''i. 't<..,."....* .t...,..';.:.:,t}-tt.p;=. .,.$<'i'f:i:.':,*.:.>.. ,.'..."":.,:.t.::.'.!<:1)J.";)t.<,...x..f.'';$:' '",,,,.,".::.:':..':...:.:.,".'.$1\.4.\y... ,%':.'.'',;:'.A.\.,., : .,....'':0''.,....,..'..:"..J 5.; .:.0,x. '\"."<--w.,, .. .'v.,""" .t'I' .',. '..,.."'\ ,_. .w """,.,'_..'.,.,A...,._' ..''''_. ,;<\"._.'..,..."'-"\.,i.>"'"<".'.'V..v.v..'<,j".Y.',.".,,,,: ,, :1

t week. Mrs. Pringle a compant .g av rtt0J?: <, flit-f1?! I, .; ,,' <:h't'F .... ':: ..,. 5''S. : ",,':' .-;:'::: ; 'i.V0.;\ .;%Jti.: t :",*,,," ; ". ;t&*': }. ... ,, \;' ;':' '.. bt', .. : <. ',' ; ;v ,, \q'' ;:;
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them back for a few days tfk JliPih: :";:;;>:''oftr':';k;:;': ':;;" '" *** -**-..... <,' '. ... :.'. "," .... .....:,. ''X :" :R<:.m* az!tx.w'J. : ) ;.y a'g5J' : -1 % :: '- S Lr ""!-': '""':,.. ..'."W.'Y.T.:"":":::Ona'd : ,\%.'*" \\w..:...'",.:. "" "L."C : : r\ ;\" p& "'\1.<:; "'. \i\1;<- ;
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'Visit.t ;.ak 1Jttt.t.r .. r >rOr,.::; ::' ':y;.-...:'.::;':":; ';'.;./> "'krt" ..>P. : :" --di1FOR: YOUNG HEALTHY GROWiNGAPPETITEStfefSWilm f "; '
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1 Mr. and Mrs. Hank Carter .. ...... : .f .. H"
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.d. :* ,NG -.ft.> '' : < ; : /.7 (-.r \,,; ftriq'::: }<: ":1v:::<:::": 'f : ;:.* ': $ W .
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\. t of guests South of Carolina Mr.. and were Mrs.dinner Ices i tt:t1t. t *<* r'toAl ".L,;:,.: .:;.,.l ':' .r.J J tt1.: : tttA.-L:: .::::9hf.tT; .; :..ii.t: ;: ,y..tr{:$; k#l f tJ t :t t t l i ;( "'JJ."t\{ \\: :'tt Ll' >;:.h. *S \ \ "'! '

McClellan last Thursday. Mrs. 'S **v sS V ,
W. H. Hall of Jacksonville : GROUNDBEEF ij991UIDFL
t Mr, McClellan's mother, is ;_ : LBS LIVER 39QUALITYWESTERN
Visiting them this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis '
1 pi yisited the Russell Tysons and I BLUE RIBBON BEEF I
\ tl the Clyde Odoms in Jacksonville -
\ t last Sunday. On Saturday ;
2 ri afternoon they visited the LB
,
( Dock Mosleys also of Jackson- lB. .

i Tille.Mr. and Mrs. Wondal Hern- SE TZER $ M@fk WD 'Oi'O:

don. .. are the proud parents of 'LB. @)!] 0a. @ :
ft baby girl, Betty urn born ";

on Aug. 15. STEAK .. STEAK STEAK ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rauli- K
I Bon of Jacksonville visited the 1 1 1
Elisha Griffis family Wednesday -
i last week, and brought '
Willard Cannon to spend a
I few,days with them. t PORK' 'LOIN SALE
I G.A. Members Observe &

"Christmas In August"The & ,
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eight Ardis Cross GA 1
girls of Evergreen Baptist

Church met recently at the .. m man
home of the counselor Mrs.
J. E. Norman, for a programof & S
"Christmas In August" for
:
the missionaries. They enjoyed : .. ; .. .
CEiYTER CUT ] ,
singing Christmas carols ; .It" ,
Around a lighted tree. About
$40 worth of gifts for the ROAST lb. ROAST lb.E CHOPS
missionaries to work with .
were given at this time.
After the program, the R.
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A.1' boys Joined the girls for L.M27JL -
y : !
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holiday refreshments. GA girls .

attending Sue Brice,were Maxine Barbara Redding and, I STORES YOUR BACK- w @)DlU W @f3[ fo IP>l311n WLT@I !

Betty Jo Sapp Kay Brewer i MAKE OUR ) t'59t ,
1 W/$5.00 ORDER
Nella Kirkland, and Patsy ERS Fitt.mu \ \ FAIR (uimnBUTTER P.S.C..

Griffis. The RA boys are A. I. BSCHOOL SUPPLIES QUARTERS I"
C. Kirkland. Wayne Kirkland. ; 59cSllC D BOLOGNA Lae 49

Earl Gary and Brewer.Roger James Griffis Norman, and LUNCH KITS l . e e 10 : SLICED _
LUNCHRE TN
three visitors, Becky Thomp- SCHOOL 110SHEE' 29C AMERICAN CH.LB.. 59* MEATS tl
so 1. 'Michael Tew and Char-
les Norman. PUNCH FILLER PAPE 1 e01 MELLOW AGECHEESE SMO.SLI. BEEF 0 f) 34 OZ

Stork- ShowerA TOP ; SHEETS 99C SPREAD LB. 69'* HAM* SPICY l HAM PKGS 59C'
stork shower was given BOX ,
for Mrs. Dorothy Morgan FILLER PAPER 1 b 111 eeeoooo CARDINAL NAPOLETANAPIZZA .
Herndon at the home of Mrs. TULIP I "", ; I
Otis Brewer last Friday night.Several 29C ORANGE JUICE QUART 250 C PIES I '
PIES
games were played FOIDERS .. .. . . 0 '
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and delicious refreshments SUBJECT \fJ

were fiostesses served were to the Clair 30 Brewer guests., MAGIC TAPE .IOOe : i .-i.: @ ff[?@@@@ '

>l nnie Lee Redding, Jewell S SCOTCH ,

Redding, Clairbell Dobbs, and STE O PAD 25C DELICIOUS MEATY SHRIMP L3. 69

,t Marie Birthday A surprise Crawford.Dinner'birthday, dinner BEGINNERS TABLEt 25C' 7 FIRST OF NEW CATCH GULL S '" )i

I 'I was_given on Sunday, Aug. 19, .5 5_ COOKED FLA. LOBSTER LB.' 69t WEST COAST MULLET LB. 12C.f:!
honoring. t'I Mrs.. James Rosier. .
T ose attending the celebra-
W.I'V .
tion were 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. FIRM RED RIPE

I Norman and James, Marvin p :.
jlosier and family, the Brice HJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: 1
family Becky Thompson; Mr. "" r -
:: WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE 5 LADY FAIR ALREADY BAKED DINNER LBS. s
and Mrs. Tom Carlton and ) : 1
children of Campville; SamBeckman I = !.I OF DELUXE READING TOYS.... I R 0 L II I S REG 2/25; 10 .,Vt- ,f",. 'f. ./1 ...'; to," :::.
of,Ha horne; Preston == :...\., I i PKG 12 'd:j f/J!" Jf'.
Beckham and daughter of '. -.. r.; ,,$. fRESH CRISP
t ... r.
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. D. E DOWN HOLDS .5 LADY FAIR CAKE RING '.., 3 l
E.jLong: Mrs. Sophia starling fe I ;: .
,
ICEBERG LETTUCE
= ; ; 2. HEADS 29
Aft. and Mrs. Herbert Starling :-: -= ANGEL FOOD 39* ,... ..,..,:,:'W:';. ',. .h.
and grandson, Miss Clair Nell I ANY TOY'TIL ; 'i. }
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Prell =.. E LADY FAIR SLI. HAMBURGER' OR _. r t(' NORTH CAROLINA I"

Sykes Mrs. ,J.all Clyde of Ocala Grant; Mr.of and Orlando .rl 18 J CHRISTMAS r Hot Dog Rolls 2 G:35: I' SWEET POTATOES 3 ", 39? "

; Mrs. Flossie Rosier of.
r
Ocala; and Mr. and"Mrs. Henry r -
Carter of Columbia. S. C.; !JI11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111tr' :
Mr. and Mrs. Dutton Long Jr.
and children of Tampa; and
Mr. and Mn. Robert Rosier S-F E .i
and sons of Jacksonville.
_
:Everyone arrived while Mrs.Rosier .
With the purchase of r
was at church, and din- t
I Food Ftir Ch Wrens' Chewable ($$1.59)
_
ner was spread in the yard ill i i

honoree under the received pecan trees.many nice The I VITAMINS I .

flits, and it was a gala occasion At Our Regular low_ Price
EXPIRES __
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HIGHLANDBAPTIST _
CHURCH S. DETERGENTS L LIMIT 1 WiTH $5.00 FOOD ORDf lr '. SUN AID PURE GRAPE i LIMIT WITH $2,50 FOOD ORDER '. .

Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. .1 25 MERCHANTS .:, .;!, '" ;
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Cn n Sumps -- GrANT SIZE ;,.:,. O'S; f ", !, 24 OZ fO :f J
*- mi _,
VJjOO' g" ,
Training Union. 7 DJU. Evening II With the purchase of .' """' '/ rt. a @

hood Worship and WMU, 8 p-m.each Brother-2nd I rf'SPANISH/ lady Fair ] i FYIIE TEX GT 49 I .d R @ ''l ''" {". JAR

Thursday, 8 p.m.Rev Geo. BAR CAKE I ; .
W. Chism, pastor.SEVENTH. At Our Regular low Price GOLDEIIROSEPLAlNQiSELFRIS. FOOD FAIR| QUAUTy FRESH '

ADVENTIST CHURCH DAY ., 'II'" EXPIRES B-29-62 G .. [M@ gl3lro 8 FLOUR. '.5'BAG'LB. 39 MILK %GAL S5 -v', ,


Sabbath School [Saturday HOLSUlTPhut 1 ROSEDALE CAtlF.WH. SPICED i
4
930 1'11. a.m.m.Located Morning between Worship.WU *% SL MERCHANTS FROZEN DINNERS
son Road and Griffis Loop. m&t& Crt* Stamps BUTTER 2J CBR. 59t PEACHES 2s49 {

E. L. Marley pastor. Phone I purchase of BANQUET*BEEF HAM '
W-1324. 11/ 1r Ib.! :Assorted Frozen 'I TURKEY o CHICKEN FLAYORKIST FLAYORKIST .: .

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS SEAFOODS CREAM 1JtL59 ICE GAL : :
ICE MILK '
COMMUNITY CHURCH 11 oz 12 + c
At Our Regular low Price ,. .
2 8 9 :
Dr. A. C. Bolt Minister 'I
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fan. George A. CanoTa Orfsnist EXPIREss.29.n.0 DINNERS 'i tit ..PO.
and Director. .-. .. ..... .' .-. '. .- ..-. ... -. '-- i J e
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Richard C11**""***. Tauth Dtr. W RED OR YELLOW :
.
SAXET BRAND
'-C 'VEGETABLES.H 'r
Sunday School. 9:45: a, m. FREE MERCHANTS 1, PUNCH 3 rd OZ CANS EACH :
11 Gr... Sumps $100 CREAM PEAS 15 oz. :-
Morning Worship ft m. LIBBY VIENNA .
1 .
Youth People 7 pm. Pioneers 81 t With the- purchase of P/2 Pplybag Frozen SAUSAGE 5 t Cl.NS WHITE ACRE PEAS CAN 'i" :

i p. et.HOATDRAIN. t;.;lief (:Any Size) ,o FYNE TASTE GOLDEN CR. STYLE SPEC. BUTTERBEANS 'i .
Ii ALUMINUM FOIL n SPEC. BUTTERBEANSBLACKEYE CORN 8 ao3 CANS BLACKEYES/W-SNAPS '. :

BAPTIST s PEAS 490, RED DART GREEM. iJ FIELD PEAS/H-SNAPS .f :
I CHURCH At Our Regular low Price OR WHOLE OKRA. LIMAS 8 303 CANS
; EXPIRES-..-.. E ,r
*' School, 10 ;
Sunday .m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. ; II +I= 11 Illillilllil I ill 111111111111111111111illlllliiilllllllll I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111 I I 111111111111111111111111111111
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Training UnIon 6:30: p. m. .
Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m.

Prayer MeetingnWee dy. a 1 i S
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PAGE TEN. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .SI.\RK ?FitRIDA THURSDAY. AUG JJ.. J.Sn
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+n.was.n.an m 1 her. i were, Sunday guests, of Mr. .I One member was added to, COr. TT. IX CHANCERY. NOTICE TO DEFEND NOTICE TO BIDDERS f fundable. Additional plans may Station, in thi aforesaid<< Town,
In re; The Petition ofRobert IV finCriT COfllT. BR.I .\() Instruction i be procured upon payment of by qualified voters ; The Board of Public -
:
A bell from and H. Sullivan .
Mrs. and
hung J. the roll Sunday OiuI
wedding night. Johns and Bertha I FORD COr.VTV. FLORIDA;I'f of Bradford County, Flori cost of reproduction which will September 11.D., 19 2. for ;
w BROOKEk the ceiling of the entrance to i family. i i I I i pastor, Rev. C. A. Crosby, is!i'I' Eunice Johns, to adopt' I ICHANCERY.. i ida will receive sealed bids in not be refundable. All plans and the purpose of electing tht following
; Karen Lynne minor i, Julien C. i specifications. regardless o f officer?:
Fugitt Se\erson !
the a' the Hoard Room of the saidI
i meetingat !
living room and an ar- : MK and Mrs. Calvin Johnson i conducting revival I Plaintiff, method of procurement shall be CHIEF: OF POLIO,
; NOTICE I
87 Shirley GreenWALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA rangement on the television spent last week with Mr. !I Dedan Baptist Church this'i TO William vs. Case No. 13-132: Board for furnishing of all labor returned to the Architect within For One. Year
I : Raymond Fugitt Margaret Jamison Severgon and materials to construct: seven (T) days after bids are <;ROir 1
in' !
featured a pint.umbrella with and Mrs. Steve Holland week. i Address: Unknown I ONE ALDEUMAXFor ,
Defendant HOOnDbITIO received.A
FIVE CL.tS %
AA ; bride and groom"figurines, I Alma. Ga. i, -- ,. :''the You above-named'are hereby notified Petitioners that, i NOTICE TO APPEARTO i TO: I certified or cashier's check I I Two YeifiiROVP tONE
Crc'..by Clan I The Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwell : Robert Johns and Bertha Eunice I : Margaret Jamison Sever- or bid bond properly executed j (
Has Reunion bride-tb-be was presented j I I o son whose residence is: 835 Els- .I Southside Elementary School in a sum not less than 5 percent j ALDERMAN.
The with a corsage of white of Orangeburg S. C. were NOTICE OF INTENTION TO J Johns..his wife, have filed a petition -' beth, Dallas. Texas. Starke, Florida of base'bid payable to the ; For Two Years.GROiP .
greatest of all attributes HEGI-TKR FICTITIOI'8 NAME>: in the ah\- -styled court You are hereby notified that I I All bids for the project will Board of Public Instructionmust :3 I'
possessed by mortal man is gladioli with a miniature bride' weekend guests of Mr. and : for the adoption of the minor', a suit for divorce and other relief be received until 1:30 o'clock P. accompany each proposal ,: OXE ALPKRMAX: .
that ; and groom attached to the Mrs. A. I.. Mann. Notice is hereby given that the : child named therein and you has been filed against you : M. Sept. 6. 1962 and then publicly as a guarantee that the bidder ;, For Two Years.Impr !
of loyalty. That 'undersigned, under the provisions are required to show cause why '' SW Elect lorn i
quality t in the above named Court and opened and read in the will promptly enter into agreement ribbon. I' Junior Mott and family of | the same should not be granted BlankenshipMr J
is of Chapter. 30.953 Laws Board Room. Mrs Margaret
never evidenced more than cause and you are required to to do the work and fur- ''
have returned to. San Diego, Florida. Acts of 1941. will register ;i by serving a copy of youriwrit- i serve a copy of your answer or Plans, specifications, instructions nish a performance and payment R .C. "Pee Wee" Dampier!
in family, reunions. is The guests enjoyed the or- : with the Clerk of the Cir- I 1 ten defenses if Denmark
This an any upon pleading to the complaint on !i I to>> bidders and the general bond in the sum not less Mrs. Ernestine
I institution all its own wherein!' iginal games. One was a cleverly Calif. after' spending Thurs- cuit Court, tit and for Bradford 1 THOMAS t &' PIERCE, 203205Norttt ''lie Plaintiff's Attorney TheronA. conditions, and form of Ihan IPO per cent of the con- Mr. Albert, FosterMr.
day to Sunday with his mother County Florida, upon proof vt TE'mplt'vt'nue., Starke, Yawn Jr. whose mailing address proposal may be obtained from tract. Each proposal when submitted Charles Hardy
t a family 'shares, it's designed cross-word puzzle publication of this notice the Florida. Attorneys for Petitioners the Broad-
gratitude i'l!' : P. O. Drawer :340, Architect. A. Robert must be clearly marked! Mrs. :3. E. Hardy
I through the years for benev-!1 I l pertaining to marriage I Mrs. S. M. Mott. fictitious name of ROBBLNS' :, ., and by filing the original Starke, Florida and file the or- foot, Jr.. 5357 Arlington Road, on the corer with the bidder'snan1N ; Mrs.. Peggy:: Chiller
| DEPARTMENT: STORE, under | thereof with the Clerk of said ., iginal in the office of the Clerkof ksnnville 11. Florida. ; and the name of the Mr. Ray StoneMrs.
olent goodness of the creator. : and love. Prizes were won by inrritim.itmmy t Which, we are, engaged In business i j Court on or before August 30., the Circuit Court on or before Two seta!' of plans and speci- pro- 1b.. Thomas
Such a reunion was held Sunday ,jMiss Virginia Parrish and at 111 K. Call St., Starke, ,116! :::: otherwise a decree may the Tth day September- 1H2! : fn; 'a tions may be obtained by ject.The Board reserves!!' the right )Ir". Owen Vaughn
I I Fla I! lie entered against you granting i general contractor makings Betty Blackburn (Alternate -
othernsie the allegations of said any reject or all bids and Mr*
to
Aug.) 12, at the home'of Miss Ann Vickery of GaineS- : Worth Of Florida, Inc. cio: Arthur aid adoption. |jl Complaint will be taken as confessed ti.O: deposit per set at the to waive any informalities.The !
Mrs. 8. M. Mott. in honor of vilIe.f Bayless Hiway i Harris, 114 Central Ave... WITNESS hand and the t by you. ; office of the Architect, which i Board any .of Public Instruction )It!'. Katherine. Chi m (Alternate -
f' .. ; Winter,Hjvtn; Florida owner. i seal "f said! court at Starke. i This notice shall be published 1'deposit will be refunded to : of Bradford Coun- )
the P. A. Crosby family of Refreshments 0 f punch Dated this Sti day August Florida, this August end, 1962. i i I, once each week for four consecutive -, general contractors submitting! t y. .'lorid In testimony whereof. I fiere
Brooker. cake mints, and: nuts were' By Mrs. O. E. Crosby Iltj | A.D": 1>62 at 'Starke, Bradford CHARLES A. PARBY weeks in the Bradford a bona fide bid when plans and 8-3 3t So!:: unto subscribe my flame and
Florida. 'I 1
County Clerk fOf the Circuit Court I County Telegraph. specifications' are returned in I cause the seal l of the gaid town
This event was a large affair ;' served in the dining room. i1jll I 8-9 it 8-SO ; :8)tarlan; .. I. Dated this 26th day of July good condition. Deposit checks to uie hereunto affixed this the
t I i : I Crosby made the .. 2.
must be payable to 19<
of \
with between 130 i Pink punch was poured from 1962. I %oTln ;th lay 11fu8t..D.
and 150
Deputy Clerk CHAI1LESS A. DARBY I Board of Public Instruetioti.Ad- 1 OFFICIAL SEAL)
present. The dinner was served ,i a crystal punch bowl by Mrs Surprise Birthday Sapper i I I THO 1.PIERl'E' Clerk of the Circuit Court.I! ditlonal complete sets of specifications I, August 7, 1S62 RANDAL f. CIllTTT, Mayor
at the Community Center. i: Bigham. and Mrs Green. Ivy : Mrs. L. C. Padgett surprised -' l.\ Tim riRCllT COCRT OF : :2M-203! North Temple Ave. By Marian I. Crosby !. may be obtained by. I, Randal F. Chltt). Mayor of Attest:
and material! dealers ,
'' contractors the City of Starke Florida by
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There were ten brothers and,t I and roses encircled the bowL her husband Saturday': THE KicnxJi jroici.iL 1: Btarke, Florida I Deputy Clerk. I,, making a $I 6.00 deposit per sot i 1 virtue of the authority vested' MERRILL; EtnVAKPS,
t ( Lighted white candles in a night with a covered dish sup- CIRCCiT OF FLORID ix !1! Attorneys for Petitioners '( SEAL' 4 at the office of the Architect t in me by law, do hereby call an J City Clerk..
sisters of the Crosby family'J i I .un FOR BRADFORD i 1 IS-24t6-3:J ?-% t8; -23 which deposit will not be re- election! to beheld at the Fire g-9 5t 9-6
present. i glass candelabra threw a per at their home here. The - ", .. I --J.: .* ,.a .C .- "
J They were: R. G. .
| warm glow across the table guests arrived at 7 o'clock .
Crosby of Clayton. Ga.. C. E. ;, .,, .
I Crosby of Jacksonville A. D.i setting. The table was cover-1 I and all sang happy birthdayto
J | ed with a Beautiful cut-work him. About 40 were present \
Crosby Mrs. A, L. Crosby
and Mrs. .i cloth. The cake was a white I for this occasion, :and Mr.
L. H. Futch. all of
I Starke. Lyon Crosby of sheet cake with pink wedding'' Padgett received many nice

Greensboro Mrs. R. I. Maters bells decorating each square. gifts.Mrs. ar
of The, honoree received many Stevenson of Tampa y It took .
\ Dundee. 'Eugene Crosby. *---
Mrs. H. lovely gifts. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry 9C
F.
l Gainey, and Mrs.
Personals Hoover of Ala.
Birmingham
Mae Mott
all of Brooker. Everyone -
J had an enjoyable IMie. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mott spent Wednesday of last week :
Lingerie Shower and children; and Miss Betty with Mrs. Stevenson's broth- ,:I'

For Linda Green Jane Burrows have returned er-in-law and sister Mr and 24t.

I A lingerie shower, was given to Silver Spring, Md. after 1 1I Mrs. Lone Norman. I More than Luck !

Miss Linda Green brideelectof I spending two weeks with Mrs. i i'I We are sorry to report that ;;
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; IS M. Mott. Mrs. Alma Dyal is a patient
Tommy Cox last Thursday: I
evening. This event ,took Mr. ind Mrs. Orlander Phil- in Bradford County Hospital. ik'l
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor-
place at the home of Mrs..%.I man*and family of Gainesville called i 3
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Register man were to Brooker ,, e: li +zYSZ. i F
E. Bigham Jr. Her daughter, fcf Jacksonville and Mr. and Sunday' by thfc' illness of Mrs. \

Mrs. Stanley Green, assfs},tad. Mrs., Leon Griffis of StarkePAPER Norman's mother Mrs. Rachel
Greene.
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Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Wat-

terson are enjoying a week's ..
vacation at KingS Mountain .y -
and other points of interestin Ott {

North, Carolina.

Mr.. and Mrs. Gordon Jones

and family Mr. and Mrs. Edward I .
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Norman, and Corp. Julian ,4 H. .
a
Mizell enjoyed a barbecue :;

cookout at the Gordon Jones

: home Saturday night.

MATE Mrs. J. P. Bennefield will /
enter the University Medical

Center in Gainesville this T T

week for surgery. _
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Mrs. Jo Ann Osteen and

son, and Joe Norman of Jack-

: sonville were Saturday afternoon I .

guests of Mr.. and Mrs.


PENS Gordon Mrs. C.Jones.C. Crosby is on the 1 I Planning. Teamwork f.AITH


sick week.Mr..list and at her Mrs. home Randolph this .. ,088 .


Crosby of Maxville visited his

parents Mr. and Mrs. C, C. I II I

I !98" Paper Mate Pehs--98c 'Crosby last' Thursday after-


i w' : -. .,, noon.Mr.Crosby. were and transacting Mrs. Raymond busi- Ii i Last ,Friday and Saturday it was "Christmas? in August" in Starke stores and streets teemed



Capri Paper Mate Pens $$1.95 Jacksonville ness and visiting last Friday.relatives in with b taking of values Starke Businesses

advantage
I O.Mrs.E. Crosby Louise were Crosby among and Mrs.the i \ shoppers. They were happy buyers outstanding by


Regular Refills - .49c ,, Bradford attended County the Area teachers IV FEA who I I
with which RESULTS
meeting in Live Oak ,Monday. It was an effort plann ng-.PLANNING brought !

ATTENTION PARENTS: I

Piggy Back Refills ,- 69c Sept.Don't 4.forget If you school haI starts child I I I 1I 1

,. f + whd will enter school this !1i i It rk--20OOO invited in Stake in the columns of the
; yeaf certificate be"silre'to"or some Have proof his birth of required. t amw people were to shop a -

\\ his age. Also, it will be nice J 1

.1'x.; Come To Our* Store* For to all have the children a physical before checkup sctiool.on Bradford County Telegraph. This was a united effort in t teamwork TEAM WORK which

The busses will run and there ,
Paper Mate and Other FineSchool I --
will be a full-length school

*, day on the first day..So please h '
I ht RESULTS! .
'SuppliesVAN provide for lunches for every g '

I :. child. It will be a great help I 0'1" -
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to the teachers and principalsif I ,. .
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everyone ,will do this. We I


J H. PRIEST, CO. <,, are school cooperate looking year.with forward If all everyone the to a teach good will I there was a third ingredient 'in this effort-it required FAITH Faith in out;1 future arid ourselves


ers and principals,we can havea


; I.if s TO ny STORES CHURCH most successful NEWS term.: We had FAITh which brought RESITS! ; '

the. usual good attendance at
>I'' church last Sunday 'm rni g. ?
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Just In Time tor BAClt to' SCHOOL! ;I 1 '. '.'. ,

; ""1 had our b g&est Friday-Saturday of the past 'year- It wasn't a big week for appliances but traffic and fj ju iris,

i : only exception \vas4he week-before Christmas: Let's 'do it. were good, Watch for our (;lenefal Electric:: line in tne-nexf:

WE. HAVE IT! -. '.. '. .again/'-Ca 'p's. Department Store. one.Bullington's AppliancesTraffic .j

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N ', ,1. SINGlE INDENTS KEY! SETS COlUMNS' '- '!." "Our most successful Friday-Saturday in at least a year, j

E M O.N A R' C'H 2. 2-Cotol Ri8901t ,.. tfith(! the ,exceptioh of Christmas; The big, surprise, was wds" up andfrfe. sdw ktlinr.new faml.les f'

;. 'W : CONTlOl 1! STENO .. '.. Frid'y.' We've neVer had it so good. We'reready. to go who had never been in before. They, are still coming in tot *

3. ERAS E .... day -Food Fair
R TABLE oN CYLL'4Dli'1 dgaili i i. ;:: :-Eagle; $ Department Store

PORTABLE 4. REMOVA81 E TOP COYER.
d. CAI9RATE0 ,

REMINGTONGives I ': SCAlE M PAP R "They were both booming days but Friday was thee big We felt from thf beginning this would bra good N W.. .

1 +8. CAl1R.ATm P nR TAStEI Gasser."-Barksdale's we know\ is. We'rei d'' for another go in September.Slade -

You 12 EXTRA FEATURES"' ''' I 7. CAAo.S WRITINllIN. [ SCALi.! Gas Co '

AD1USla6lE .
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PAPER "
: a t EDGE GUDE.} "We sold send sets which we advertised. Traffic was good.It .
YARIA6tE
never before assembled on any portable finder 10t() 7 liNE i SACU! .
a 10. CARRIAGE I ""ratal wal success and would certainly like to do it again."- "We had people in the store we'd never seen before."- .
tOCK .
.11..I TOUCH REGULATOR! Denmark t Furniture Company Starke Builders SliPp l'.

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Many thanks to the telegraph Readers and, /, the Shopping",Public! ,;forsaking* this our. greatest .


Success -: roothat.. people like to Shop in Starke!


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: .THURSDAY.. AUG. 25, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN:

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j "YVmVflyyyyyyyyyvi" Jacksonville, and Mr. and I II. I ._ sons, your fertilizer might be Bank at ua.'I'? 'vi1le, was Plaintiff -! County, Free. Library 10,208.84, 10,504.56 l I. Reserve for Contingencies: Sheriff 289.95 5,000.00
and John Boles Construe-] "
Mrs. Paul Dinkins were dinner gone. !Thini about you fall ., Agent's Salary and Expenses 4,500.00 4500.00 Total Budget 90.142.36 108245.17:;
WITH YOUR ti : I : _______ V .
LAWTEY guests of Mr. and Mrs. application during the nexttwo and John 'Boles were Defendants and
\ the Final Judgment being County Agent's; Mileage!
I Horace Cox at their home on COUNTY AGENT i or three 'weeks. for $2,43(5.70( being dated May Per Diem 150.00 284.00 This is a true. and correct copy of the, Budget as adopted
j By Enza Little Lake Santa Fe Sunday i 1 In most cases* amonium 9. 1961, and being' recorded in of Bradford County on
B1nCirdAAALLAAL&AAAAAAAaIl Official Record Book 140. Tage Home Demonstration Agent'sSalary by the Board of County Commissioners
J W. F. Moore, Renie and : -"' .'1: J\ ; nitrate might be the material 388 of'the public-records ot Ala- _... .1. .0,h

& It' ,' &z,, Micky have returned after enjoying to use. This material Is one- chua County. Florida said Judgment -i, .and Expenses. 3150.00 3.300.00- August 7, 1962..
I) ": having been assigned! to CARL PREVATT, Chairman.
I Home. Demonstration Agent'sMileage
Rev. E. C. Harvey broughtthe a two weeks visit with i half nitrate and one-half ain- C. U Brice and 'Alias Kxrcuttoa

J "message at First Baptist MIS. J. W. Thoma; and Mr. 'onical nitrogen. One-half is issued! thereon; hare'levied upon ; and Per Diem ft 100.00' 100.00. CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk Circuit Court.
aU of the right, title and' Interest I
I Church Sunday morning and and Mrs. W. Fred Moore Jr. : \ available immediately and the of John Boles in' the 'following -j Demonstration and Illustration Material 100.00 100.00 Health Unit

Dale Bradley of Hope Bap in Henderson N. C. Chuck re- j other half changes over and described property, to-wit i I II j Club'Camp (Girls) and V
: Spreader box. :Model RiOS I Last Year This Year
tist Church was speaker at mained as he has employment ': wV .. becomes available about two en Xn: FRS-744 State Short Course 100.00 100.00 ,

the evening service. there until school opens. weeks later, depending on t (minus motor) I 4-H Club'Camp! (B.py3)} ": ) 'and V I Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec.

Rev. Mrs. Frank Wells and Miss 1 1Mna : temperature and weather. : 1 Diesel Caterpillar Pulley i iBlocU I' t 154.02 Florida Statutes 1.45:)
Charles M. Ackerman V V .State Short Course \00.00 100.00 I
will Wells are spending some I cleaner, semi Mills; on 9988250.00 Assessed
be guest speaker at the 1 Steam super Forest Farmer 2.329.34 2.208.00 I
Methodist time with Mrs. Effie Miner. :[ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I 1 Grease sun for heavy equipj j Valuation. Less 5 per cent 13,758.29
Church on Sunday, : Model ,H9 V
ment Clerk Office
County Agent's 1,680.00 1.680.00
August 26. I Mrs. Miner's friends are pleas CHURCH 1 Power take off I i .' ., I Mills on 10298427.00
I
ed to know that she is ableto 1 Dragline ball weight Fire Control 3.90.dORecreation 3.990.00 'V
The Methodist week of Va- I'I I Tax Levy for Health Unit Under
390 N. Church St. I Caterpillar Hollers
cation School closed Friday. | be at home after several Grady. Minister 1 Rudomatic tag line :Model i (Payable Section 418)) 6,283.12 6,233.12' Sec. 154.02 Florida Statutes.1.-J32 .
i days in Bradford County Hos- j H. Walton 636 SR No. AJ4254 !i Publicity and Public ImprovementC.C.
They had a good average at- : Sunday School, 9:45: ajn. 48 Track pin assembly i' :Mills on 10297427.00
pital and that she continues' 4. hand ( 4500.00 5,000.00 6000.00
tendance. "r:0 Diesel" fuel portable
Exercises showing :; '- Morning Worship 11 a-Di- 1 : : i! Assessed Valuation Less 5 per cent 14,008.61

the children's progress took I to Wednesday improve. visitors of the i, Evening Worship: 7:30 pm'" that tlump'on September 10, 1962.:! between ; Suwannee Valley' Development I This is a true and correct copy of the budget as adoptedby
place at of ; of sale, Authority 1.500.O0Payment
service hours
opening t I ; Choir practice the legal J.500.00 .
R. E. Lee family were Mrs.Lee's i Thursday, and 2:00 p.m. > the Board; of Count Commissioners of Bradford County on
Church School ] viz. 11:00 a-m.
; Indebtedness
Sunday morn- uncle and aunt, Mr. and j 7:30: p. m. namely 12:00 o'clock noon on j jI' Outstanding 19,000.00Courthouse August 7, 1962.
V ing. otl i
Yard
| said day at the Jail
Mrs. John Henley, and their i I' Bradford County, Florida I will ,. andAnnef I CARL PREVATT. Chairman

Lawtey Junior High School son, John Jr. of New Castle, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE offer for sale and sell in to hand the apital. Expense. 4500.00, 4,500.00 CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk

began Monday morning for !:. Pa., and Mrs. G. L. Peterson NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE hIghest the right bidder.title for-cash and interest Purchase of Property 1,000.00 1,000.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL)

the teachers' planning period. !: of Arlington. John Lee retur- By G. T. hugging that 1.Bradford P. D. REDDISH County,,as Florida Sheriff -, all'of'John Boles in and to the Equipment for Mosquito Control 6,691:80:
: of
Five of 'the teachers Mrs. described property. Ii j
ned with them. I under and by virtue of an Alias above of August, i Total, Appropriations 178.936.i4, 165,186.52 ANALYSIS OF GENERAL FUND MILLAGK
Unusual Issued i 6th day .
Joyce Futch, Mrs. H. E. Kel- Experience V Writ of Execution heretofore Dated tans r "'
!I Miss Louise Mitchell of Lebanon Circuit Court of 1962. Reserve for Millage Mat.Necessary .
the Contingencies ApproprlTaws
ly, Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Mrs. When you can't talk and i ican.t out of
] in
Circuit I !'
Va. is visiting her bro- the Eighth Judicial REDDISH: ; ,sheriff ] ,
P. D. 866.73 Purpose AssessedCounty priations Millage
321.26
eat that is Florida County ;
Jack Brassel and Miss Mary : Well just and for Alaebua County Bradford County."Florida. .. t
; ther-in-law and Mr. I I (
Faulkner attended a meeting : sister I II what happened to me last ;i in that certain National cause Bank wherein si-1.,' By Jean Walnwtteht. 8-30 i, Mosquito Control 2,000.00 290.00 i Free
and Mrs. Milo Smith. The Florida 8-9 H :
of District Four of Florida Ed- week. !: Gainesville formerly Floriati i Public Library 1.00 10504.5G 9,78,2.116 1.00
i I Mr. and :Mrs. L. P. Rafuse, --I
ucation Association in Live i During the day my throat : """" 181,257.40 166,343.25This Total Additional
;, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley V i i TOTAL BUDGET: '
seemed to have a lump growling i Milage Authorized 1.00

Oak.The city of Lawtey commends | were visiting relatives in Or- i in it. At lunch, my sand- !i NO lICE, ', 'V is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted by Maximum Allowed V S
i i lando Sunday. count Mrs. Bryan for the I E. E. Burney of Jacksonville, I wich had to be substituted for I The Board of County Cc mmissioners-of Bradford for the the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on ; By Section 193.32 8.00
I 1 some softer food. IurIng the at 10:00 AJ.L. ,
wonderful success she has i Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gasque, I ty will meet on September 1962, the i iy August 7, 1962. V S Maximum Millage
afternoon the unpleasant feel- regarding i
made as Supervisor of the and _Will Burney of Starke of hearing requests and complaints. CARL PREVATT, Chairman. I Permitted forConsolidated

Recreation Program 'for the spent Thursday with Mrs. ,! ing larly reminded that something me more regu-was I purpose 1962-63 Budget and from da: to day thereafter If .it deems. CHARLES o A., DARBY" Clerk Circuit Court. : Fund 8.378

community. She has given un- Georgiann Sapp.

limited time and effort for Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Starling -I wrong. I it necessary. and B f ceipts Bradford' County General Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County Road and 1 1Bridge
i About 3:30: I went looking of Revenues
Estimate
this achievemerA : of Jacksonville were visitors 1 ending September 30, 1963 j Maintenance. : Fund, for the Fiscal Year EndingS A MBULAiZfliTCE
| for a doctor. The doctor look- Fund for the fiscal year '; '
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Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. : of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Last Year This Year September 30, 1963 !
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ed down my throat and the .
PHONE 96 -2600
Martha Bales are at home after Tatum Friday. il'
I Last Year This Year I
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first remark was "Good Gra- valuatipn ,
spending a pleasant week Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taxes 8.54 Mills on assessedof DeWitt
C. Jones Funeral Home
cious! He was going to let Ii $85.300.83 Estimate of Receipts: ,
With Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Prevatt during the week were 9988250.00 '
me spend a day or so in the 500.00 500.00 Mills assessed I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Taxes 5.00 on .
Jlcemse .
Wells in Huntsville Ala. They Ws. Frnest Peavy, Mr. and Railroad and Telegraph 1 Ii j -
;, hospital, but there was no 55950.00 49,941.25Gasoline I Starke Fla. .
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64245.00 valuation, of $9,988,250.00 ,
all visited points of interest in Mrs. Carl Peavy and family. !

Alabama, North Carolina, and an M.s. Gairah Dorman: of room. Incidentally, I had ask Racing Monies License 500.00 250.00 I Tax 20 percent of 7th cent 19,000.00 19,000.00 :! RENTAL SERVICES .
,
j I Bob Edmondson our hospital Insurance Agent's
Tennessee. Ocoee. V Gas and'Motor Fuel Tax, i Hospital Beds, WheeT Chairs, Crutches :
: administrator, to speak that ntrol-State !
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons and Mosquito 8,500.00 40,000.00 40,00000 I .1 -- .
Mrs.
O. J. Phillips returned 10,430.00 County Surplus
night to our Men's Club on Board of Health, St ate I ,
home with her daughter, children of Tallahassee were : the need for increased hospi- Control-Stat 1 :Motor. Fuel Tax 20 per cent of 7th I j .

Mrs. Fate Reed of Macon, Ga. | visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. tal facilities. Mosquito Stat e II 3,3.3.80 2,380.00 cent and Special Fuel 600.00 600.00 !:
Board of Health, SHOP ANywHERE :
Reddish the weekend. ',
over 'IS
Mrs. Redd has been visiting : Well I spent the rest of the Funds-Hos,pital 2,665.00 2:460. 0 j jpd Auto Transportation Mileage Tax,
her Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. State Matching : '
mother and Danny Phil- ,
week in bed, lost seven pounds' County'Surplus 1,800.00 1,900.00'Racing FOR NEW OR USED :
Asses;
Lula Norman several Mills on
spent 8.378
lips for the past two weeks. Taxes .
. good weight missed a scheduled 86,271.841. Mo'nie 7,200.00 :.
days with Mr. and Mrs. Sin- Valuation of $10,297,'127.00 . ." I
Miss Mary Julia Futch of clair Mosley and children in steak dinner with "B" Fees 300.00 : Taxes" 4.44 mills on Assessed Then Come See Us!
Tallahassee Candidates Filing .
who spent partof Hayes, had to cancel several V 1,500.QO 45,720.57 ,
Jacksonville.Mr. 1,200.00 Valuation of $10,297,427.00City i
her vacation with her mo- I scheduled appointments and Occupational License I
and Mrs. Jack Estes 400.00 350.00 : of Starke, Reimbursement WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL .
ther, Mrs. Joyce Futch, returned missed the full week's daily Beverage License! ,
visited Mr. Estes' parents Mr. I 500.00 500.00 Work on Temple Ave. 4000.00 4000.00
Saturday to be ready events. I wasn't sick, I justcouldn't Excess Fees, Tax Assessor
for of and Mrs. R. F. Estes, in Kings-I I 500.00 500.00 ;I Other Revenue Receipts 1,000.00Total
opening school Monday. eat or talk. Excess Fees, Tax Collector ; UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET :
Tenn. this week. Mrs.
port,
Miss Elizabeth 500.00 500.00 Estimated 123541.25 111,220.57
Receipts
Terry went With our Extension Service Excess Fees. Clerk Circuit I I Court
Bessie Gibson of Rocky Mount
with her to visit relatives. She meeting in Gainesville all this Judgi 500.00 500.00' Less 5 per cent 6,177.06 5561.02: Your Authorized Dealer .
N. C. and her son of Balti- Excess Fees, County
and her brother-in-law and more, Md. spent several days week, I am just a little bit behind City of Starke, Donations t o Library 160.00 760.00 ;:,,95 per cent of Estimated.. Receipts, 117,364.19 105,659.55 ::': 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE '

sister, Mr.,and Mrs. John Wy- schedule. I I, Balances to be brought Forward: Cash 8,000.00'' __ .
here looking after her and Donations V
prop- Grants I'
rick, will visit Mr. and Mrs. I. M(.,t Of You 5,000.00 5,000.00; ,. V-

H. B. Arwood: in Anniston, erty.Mrs. If you own or operate a Mosquito Control '

Ala. for a few days. Milo Smith entertained farm in our county have received Other Revenue Receipts 2,000.00 2,090.00 :J Total' Estimated ic: I That Our Business '
her Sunday School Class Delinq uent Taxes 500.00 650.00 :| Receipts and Balances 117364.19 113,659.55 ,
Dr. and Mrs. Earl Robertsof your ballot to vote. You Refund Advertising
with a lawn party. The children 119,344.63 168,571.84 Levied Last Year 5.00 Estimated this Year 4.44)) I7J "If It's Glass We Have It"
ReceiptsLess (Millage
Jacksonville Beach spent are voting for your AGRICUL- Total Estimated '
had a good time playing 8,967.23 8,428.59 : CALL WRITE or VISIT
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. TURAL STABILIZATION & 5 per cent
,. George Roberts. and enjoyed refreshments CONSERVATION COMMIT Estimated. Expenses Road and Bridge. Maintenance" r Fund Brad-'' FOR ANY GLASS NEEDS .

Mr. and Mrs. M. served by the hostesses. Children -I. $170,377.4.0 160,143.22 ,. fort Coimjy for theFiscai Year Ending! September SOth, 196S '
L. Turner attending were Eddie TEE.You 95 per cent of Estimated Rae eipts SHEA'S GLASS CO.

I were in Live Oak: Sunday visit- Dyal, Brenda Bennett, Diann see 10 names on the'Balances to be brought forw ard: r"' 'V :' Last Year' This Year ,
ing Mr. and ballot. Vote for 5 of these. If V .000.00 5,200.00 5252.80
Mrs. H. G. Tur Road Foreman
Lenda Craft V Salaryiof
Teston Nancy Cash County V (NOT INC.)
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some of these do not suit you, : 200.00Salary. j
ner.Mr. Crawford Linda Devore, Marie Liquid investments (cost) Ca;hate- Mileage, Per Diem, Foreman 200.00 "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." .
write in the name of
and Mrs. Jim any per
Burton ofIV 44.000.00
Smith, and Elaine Kirkland.Mrs. I son you think more qualified. Mosquito Control St 7,900.00 2,200.00, of Road Maintenance Crew 42,900.00Maintenance I GLASS L We Design Modern Store Fronts ,

Carl Griffis honoredher Control LI)cal 2,980.00C's County Road Buildings 250.00 250.00 I
I This committee is mighty Transfers Mosquito I Just Mail Us A Pattern For
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('OI' T\O JllHJirs roi'HT. son Carl 6, and daughter important in planning and Repair, Upkeep, Rental Equipment 15,000.00Gasoline 17.250.00 I Table Tops

IX .MI: FOH IIHAUFOH1)COr.NTY. ; Debby, 5, with a birthday par- and Lubricants 8000.00 8500.00
P10111 DA. ty Saturday. Twenty-eight shaping the agricultural pro Total Estimated ,I Fuel Oil 1313 N. "'. 4th PI. Gainesville! Fla. Phone FR2-4353 ,
In restate of i gram for our county. The present Receipts and Balanc 181,251.40 166,343.25; Other Road Supplies 1.500.00 2300.00 r .
Mai M. Hryan. deceased. children enjoyed this delightful -
\OTIC13 TO CHKIHTOltS affair with a birthday 1 committee is Felix Sapp\ (Millage Levied Last Year 8.5 i Estimated This Year 8.378)) I Iteral Timber and Other Bridge Material 5.00000 3,625.00 ..
"11 creditors of the estate of j Chester Andrews, and Foster I Ij I V
MaL M. Bryan .live-used, are party Saturday. Twenty-eight I Gei Fund Bradford County Purchase, Right-of-Way Supreme Black Bass Fishing :
hereby notified and required to children enjoyed this delightful j Shi Smith. Mrs. Mildred Sapp Estimated Expenses' Proposed Roads 500.00 500.00;
J file anl'Iaims or demands is County Office Manager. For the Fiscal Tear B uUng September S0h 1963 i
which they may have against affair. Those from out of xpenses: Procuring RightofWayBeautification 2,500.00 2,500.00 j V
Maid estate of the office of the town were Theresa, Carol Sue,II Ilose About Fertilizer Last Year' This Year' of Highways 1.000.00'Insurance 1 S. & J. FISHING RANCH :
county Judge of Bradford County August rains may be goodin 8,000.00 I In .
Florida, In the courthouse and Terry Dixon all of Palat- Salaries, County Commissii(men 6,000.00 II 2.50000 3,750.00
lots of but remember
at Starke. Florida within sixcalendar ka. cases Mileage, per diem, I Indebtedness; 15,000.00 AND MARINAMr. .
months from rain OjS
the date that also takes a portionof Payment

notice.of the first Each\puhlioatiion claim or demand of this Church Schedules your fer.lizer. County Commissione 1,000.00 1,000.00..i I Storage Building, County Barn, 500.00 500.00' : and Mrs. L. G. Cox Owners-Operators

must be in writing and must Grace Methodist: Church Two to three inches of rain Expenses County Commiss loners 1,500.00 1,500.00 I Purchase of. New Equipment 9,000.00. 13092.44 : :

tate post-office the place address or resilience of the claim and School 9:45: a. m.. Morning takes out all your nitrate ni- Salary, Clerk to Board 7, 00.00 9OOO.pO ;i Road: Tax: Due" and Payable to. 1 3/2 MILES SOUTH OF SATSUMA, FLORIDA
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ant and mild be sworn to by Worship 11 a-m. MYF each trogen. Nitrate nitrogen is nitrate Mileage, Per Diem. Clerk I I Municipalities 9000.00 9,900.00'! Telephone Pomona Park 649-4363

the claimant his agent or his Wednesday. 8 p.m. of Soda, half of and Finance Officers 200.00 200.00
your 112,620.24.Reserve .
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117,050.00
attorney or it will become void 1 Total Appropriations
+ according to law. First Baptist: Sunday School amonium nitrate, or a portion Salary, Supervisor of Regi stration oo.oo 900.00 314.19 1,039.31 CABINS AIR CONDITIONED .
for Contingencies: County ,
July 26.Rl'DOLPH 1962 H. BRYAN 10 ajn. Morning Worship, 11 of the nitrogen in the mixed I Mileage, Per Diem, I :j ji Plywood Boats Motors -4W Live t Bait Tackle -

Rudolph H. Itryan, Executorof a.m., Training Union, 1 pjri. formula. i Supervisor of Regist::ration 100.00 100.00 :
the Estate of Mat M.: I Evening Worship 8 p.m. Mid- If you have had enough i i Total Budget 117,364.19 113659.55 Guides.
25.00Attorn4y
First Bryan publication deceased.on Aug 16, week Prayer Meeting each days to cut hay. grazing has' Attorney to Board 25.00 I This is a true and: correct copy of the Budget as adopted : '

1J62 Wednesday 8 i Mileage, per diem County 300.00 200.00 ; Commissioners of Bradford County on i COVERED DOCKS MODERN SWIMMING POOL
i p.m. I i been close or for other rea- ; by the Board of County ,
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Administrative Fees, I
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I August 7, 1962. i -5- -
150.00 775.00 ---- ---
Clerk Circuit Court IJ --V-- --- V
CARL RREVATT, Chairman
Office of Tax Assessor 11,000.00 13500.00
( A. DARBY Clerk Circuit Court. ]
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CHARLES
cst.' Office of Tax Collector 11,000.00. 13500.00 ij

Coroners Inquest and Fees V 100:00 250:00: Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County Fine and''!It happened 100 YBAnS ago I

Maintenance and Repairs Courthouse 500.00 2,500.00 I Forfeiture Fund tpr the Fiscal year Ending September so, 1963 "II

I Salary of Janitor 3,640.00 3,692.80ities I Estimate of Receipts:
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Courthouse and Annex Util i Taxes 3.26 Mills on assessed .,..., State Brewer Association was organized In 1862 :

Fuel Expenses 3,250.00 3,600.00 Valuation of $9,988,250.00 32.561.70 ... .... year tfaatBf -- .

Maintenance and repairs, I Racing Monies: 12,0. 75.6o. 28,050.00 V -S V S 'S' ..

i I County BuildingsRent 250.00 500.00 I Taxes' 3.00 Mills on Assessed .; .

,I Administrative OfficE* (Welfare. ) S 300XX' ) I Valuation of'$10,297,427.00 30892.28 ;

Elections and Registratioru I 3.000.00 1250.00 1 Fines !and' .Forfeitures,. 48,350.00 53,500.00 ..

Legal Advertising 1200.00 1,000.00'I Civif Fees "* UQ0.001'Other I II V .

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\ \ 'b \ \ Advertising Delinquent Ta ices 500.00 6oooo! I Revenue Receipts 1'P00,9 .

%:W\S Supplies, Expenses InsuranCommissioners ice, S Total Estimated Receipts 94,8 6.70 113.9(2.28)) c .

Only 1,500.00 2000.00 Less 5 per cent !,1J1. 1 5,69741 5 .

'; II Supplies, Expenses Insura nee, 95 per cent of Estimated Receipts 90,1f2.36 108.245.17I ( ; ..

; ii1 County Officials. 6,000.00 7,500.00v ,, --- I S. ..

Discharge Fees of Prisone'rs V '50.00- '* 50.00 Total Estimated Receipt? and Balances 90,142.36 108245.17 .

Salaries Juvenile Judge .. 'I' Millage Levied_ Last Year o 3.26 Estimated This Year: 3.00))

"k and Counselor ,300.00 1,600.00 .
Estimated Expenses Fine and Forfeiture Fund Bradford County .
Youth Service
Counseling
::1 FLORIDA a handful of determined patriots hi Tampa

I and Expenses 30000, 350.00oJ' for 1 the Fiscal Year Ending September! !! 30, 1963 fcVgfct ftr' 2
Salary Circuit Judges 0 Last Year This Year ** Uatofi ships, which fled. All|' Florida cheered: this teal with _
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L and Secretaries" 1210.08 1,210.08 Salary, ,County Pros. Atty 3OO.O() 300.00 1-LL; 0 !f.: of. beer, ;, .= :

Salary and Expenses: Sta te; Attorney 417.96 417.96 Fees, Costs Clerk Circuit ,Court 3.010.25 4WQ.00 Ftr MM then.beer was Florida's traditional bev- *' .- .

Yoi can BANK with us BY MAIL Salary, Assistant State A. ttorney .165.0J. ) 165.00 I Fees Costs, County Judge l1,371.M 13,990.00 enrp of moderation. Beer still provides enjoy = :

Salary, Court Reporter 198.00 198.0is i .Constable V .100.00 100.00 :Mat torFIoridians. and a good living for many ...... .
0t ton- noto ty the mploy s'oftheBrewing .
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Jus equip yourself with free mail deposit forms Law Administration S ppii V ., Conviction Fees,. CountyProsecuting V V 0 Vj V Industry ttserf, but also for Florida farmers and .

and Expenses 600.00 600.00 j i AttorneyWitness 4419.64 4,200.00. ott er suppliers of the"mater brewers use. ....

now.,Come in for them; or phone or write us, to Tubercular Hospital for Ind{igents 2,250.00 1,750-Od I .Fees-Jury Fees 1,680.00 1,500.00 :
I TODAY,'in its centennial year,the United States .- .
have them sent.FLQR1.DA. Insanity Inquiries 750.00 750.0: $,! "Other,... Court, Cost- and. Fees. 2,500.00' V 3000.00- Brew'ert'Association stiR works constantly to asure" > ....

Relief Allowancesand : Maintenance and Repairs maintenance of Non standards of.quality) :

Juvenile, clotheHospital ..s 5,000.00 s, oo.od. ; County!, Jail
Service for Indige! its 8,885.00. 8.860.00 ,I Inquest, Physicians' Fees 600.00 i 600..00 V v ___-.._At..d' S ,, :
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Salary, and Expenses., Co'tu ity Payment O:S Indebtedness 3,358.80 .

Service Officer 3.000.00.3OOO.. .(\()I, Salary of Sheriff 7,50 .& 7.500.00 .

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'- : ', -.' Salary ,and Expenses, civil]' V L i Salaries, Deputies and Assistants 3,30f25 35,000.00 .:- '- 0 :

; m: ,It NK.; ;A'I: :S'IA'.cR: K' 1 Defense Director. V 950-00 930.00 ; Expenses, other than Salaries 16,470.38 :21.740.00 f.t "io 1 t1i: .
( L -. .. .. : Civil 1.809ir : f/ijf''1- ,,;''IJ' '
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Equipment for Def Investigations 3,000.00 "
: ru e 1000.00 1,000.00 .: ; rsr ', '" ,'rf '
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One Of SI Banks Of The Florida National Gro up 0 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Emergency for Civil Defer se 300.04 Equipment (Cars, Radios, etc.) 4,026.55 6,500.00 j .

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Mosquito Control :
State I Total ,Appropriations 102140.00
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,pi '; n BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,!STABKE, FLORIDA TIIURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1963
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;' f t"YYYYYYYT.'tfT moSt Interesting vacation. Lambert and family.' The them- a trip' to :Eastern, Shores spent the previous week with Oak Hill, near Cape ty at Goldhead Branch where !

,f.' .:&EYSTONE; They' were :.gone' Six;'Weeks; Whlldens' are from Port The Aug.19 election of,the for several :dayS '.-,-early, ,last- relatives there.' ,I eral visited here Canav'I'I the family was vacationing. j: LAURA CHURCH BAPTIST
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Their-ultimate: goal was.Han Campbell Ky., and Col Whil- president of he' 50-50 Club week. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and : week with his mother, Mrs. Swimming and a weiner roast j

If.i LIG: ft rJt4ti SMAMAAAW over; 'Nw Hampshine. and. den will be retiring next was postponed to.Sept; 1 at Mrs. Eunice Morris of 'Pompano daughters spent last week at ; Mamie Mead. 'I' sapper entertained the seven :; Sunday Scnool: 9:45:11 a.m.
Worship,
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they"visltedjf in Augusta month.; Mrs.. Whilden Is the 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Beach:and Mr,-, and'Mrs. Goldhead Branch State Park. Shannon and Chuck Cox, girls present for the occasion. j Morning a-m.

.. ,'Ga.,'C1 PelHill; N. C., and daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J. HalL The last Sunday' morn Sam Garafalo, 'of Mt. Dora Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ogdenof children: of Mr. and Mrs. C. I i> GA's of Hampton Baptist j Convalescent Home service, 3
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4 Evening Worship
Peceedth l 'Pa ] Union 'Bridg&.J Md., en route. O. Himble who live on Lake ing bake sale of the summer visited here last week with Mr. Pompano visited here last R. Cox, were to enter Brad- :; Church had a farewell party to p.m.
; J. OZ. .: I ( Wednesday night
7.30
=. ; '. They stopped Cambridge, Geneva. will be held Aug. 26:' and Mrs. George Saxon weekend with Mrs. J. H. SaxOn j ford County Hospital Wednes- !i for Sheryl McElroy' on Friday, ; p.m.
)i/aver.::14 : or .4U1 lJspo e I Mass,:to visit :;Mr. 'and :Mrs. Mr.,'and Mrs. ,Lewis Lebert St. William's parish suffered Mrs. Charles' Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. George Sax- 'i day for tonsillectomies.I I Aug. 10. Swimming at the Prayer Meeting. 7:30: o'clock

f 1Ul:the-.mode fa 'livingin the 1' Jflltoa:: P. 'ci wen, and in have moved into the new .I a great loss this week children and her parents. Mr: V on. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown lake home of Mr. and Mrs. J. j.

) T101 .J> 'h J v : Hanover they visited Dr-.and house they just purchasedfrom i w1ththep.ssingof! our choir I and Mrs. Dykes of Gainesville.- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home : of Jacksonville visited herewith W. Home was followed by a :j I TilE RIGHT POINT for the

., ...tncld. f. nt }1y....we.".;,.would, .like Mrs., Richard' H. crow fl, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles j director, Mrs. QladyceBachmann. drove to, St. Augustine on accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ; Mrs. T. F. Brown on picnic supper. Six GA girls way you write. Come in and
1.f: y, 'that 'anyone',who has soni:: Mrs.' Crowell is their Wallenius on Lakeview Drive.I : She organizedthe Wednesday last week: Robert Barksdale and child- '; Tuesday last week. ; and their counselors were select your favorite ESTER-

tQ e. .opportunity; visit; in the daughter., The Nelsons had Mr. Lebert is a retired loco- : choir a few years'ago'.and Mr. and Mrs.. W. p. Carter: ren on a camping trip last Debbie Hill, daughter of Mr. present. i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

Gather'.home:-has a ,treat in : the/pleasure watching' the motive-engineer,-having spent: not only directed but played drove to Daytona Beach recently week in the mountains of the >: and Mrs. D. E. Hill. celebrated -| : GRAPH.
'itorVfof him,-: :have eU's I the also.That was before V her eleventh birthday on Zipper Notebooks 2.19 at
They so completion of tthe CfO 45 years.,with, the New. York I organ to bring home their Carolinas.C. : .
ijajiny.interesting; of..furnjtute hew-hbine. They visited 'with Central R. R. They came ;to we had the good fortune daughter -Joannafter she'd A. Mead and family of August 17 with a slumber par-II i Bradford County Telegraph.

and.works',of art from Mrs. Persis Johnson In N.Formert. Keystone from W. New. York, to have Janet T.animmove I I I

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former'Keystoner. In Quaker i as organist: However, a choir .-
The Faculty
O4{ 1day-.. Aug. '10, Ralph Street,;N.'Y.;they ylsited'Mrs. Next Tuesday'Nlrht without a director is. a, sorry ,
l Veis..a'.member ofthe State F. L.. ManUS, .a:slster- pf thing.HAMPTON. I
', Phillip Kriuth has announced .... .. .. ............ V
diei .. give an. interest- the late.:Harry Gaige"wlip Uy- V .- :. V. .:',':'' : : > "':':-"':: V VVVVVVV
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"Me t the FacultyNight" i it\
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Li.eGeneva. TYYt. : :
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:4&k] .to'tl&Rotadins, on ed on the1 other. sidevof Y YY ,YY '" '.. :
to be held Tuesday ,.
& :: aixItInE. thrOughoutyiate ... They, 'sp flt.a 'Dice .. :..;:.-.": '
in the.Assem :<;. : :;{; : :' ,
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night.Aug. 28, -V. ,. : ;.
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ftnd best of' all,. he50tneJhformation weekend with Mt. and -Mrs. : $ .:: .:. .....
", bly Room at Clay Electric \ '...'..'.:. .:..... :...... "V V 't ____ ___
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ga*! ; about Charles .Smith former Key- : : 4 %$._ V.
Co-op. All :parents are urged -' V$ ________________
,tiii4f f. :tr a lng !1a. stoners, WJ1 iooiv live.ln.S V' V
to come, as well 'as all other By.Mrs.D.E.ffhII 1
Q1tfs, 100'and' 21, ('closed to verna Park.. ..MdThe : mitns -V V'
one'ev D for members of the community
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.1 ; several miles. of entertained kAAAAAAAAAaYAaVAAAAAAAAaVMr.
With approximately a dozen t
4&iI'WatidiroundlCCYe4u1d them, and their guests.'inclu- :
sione'iire! :, sCh .for P v- ded :Mr.. and. ,Mrs. J nies L. new members' of ,the faculty and Mrs. E. .L. Brown V V I
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this this will be an opportunitY are the parents of ,
'1hSi.f'ad., \ ... 'or' Hethefu gtan- ]lSo': former year a'son : -( 4 'V
w.ut; .b7 star> News K ystoners'. ...:.. and 'W..: ndMrs. you cant afford to Reggy Mathew, born Satur- -
miss ofyou.aynotget to day, Aug.' '18, at Bradford _
Uube: 4.flobert More .- Duncan Holt Mr,:Holt V
FJcrac aV tije"MasonicTe'mple, \ 1 is the>on-:( ..Dr.and: ,M s.'A.' know,.theni'all otherWsi -Time, County Hospital in Starke. V _
: ": meeting, wjll .be ,8
for the p. Mrs. T. P. Brown of Hamptonis
"This Hplf"of KeystoneBoth:
:? .piff. Aug. ;30. C. "
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m. Refreshments. will be; serv- the 'new baby's grand-
: .icovered''dish' ;supper the Smiths; and the Heth ering- _
.f r h emJer. ). 'and: their. ..fam-: tonS wished,.to be remembered ed. mother. V -' V'V, :'V''V k __
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uI'sItisuppt; '. to theirV ::many friends 'here. Boy Scout Campout Mr. and' Mrs. George ,Williams _ V VV '< : '' :, V VV \ \

.. The Hetherlngtons.hayft.just ,On Friday and Saturday of and Mr. and Mrs. Howell )V''' 4 \ \V \\\, \' \\\ \ \ \V": \

*: at,.Wnl1a '8'.c '.thQ2Ic Club.I bought ,a home* to fieverna this past week-end, 26 boys Williams spent eight _ ) \' \ 'k\ \ > V \

<, r, .'hold'. 'its:Annual .Labojy'freekend.U Park-*ahd.'"after 's me)remodeling from Troop 105 of the Key- days on a vacation trip --V'V' -c ...'?. V' : V .' \ % \ VSVVf
will ,be".mpvitig in soon. stone Heights group enjoyeda through the Blue Ridge Moun-
Z:Supper'on ., ''. .;,.:. :.,
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Saturday evening,-"Sept. 1, in Mr: and' Mrs. Herbert A.Nelson'Mr. campout at their campsiteat tains in N. Q., and in Ga., S. }' : : ; :.: \
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theM&onte Hall Serving willbegirt and Mrs. James Crystal Lake. The boys took C.. and Tenn. They also visit U- : :
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'at 5:30: ,.,and continue Cook, and,' Mr. 'and Mrs. C, V. part In Scoutcraf events and ed relatives in northern Ala- Stranded-and not a soul in sight. Read the 10 tips from Shellbelow. They could help Jon amid getting stuck in the middle of nowhere.

tl; -'JpO.-.So make s'your',plans, Brust were dining i it the Garden swimming. They were assisted I,bama.

accordingly... ,' ,, Tickets4in. y be Restaurant, on Sunday and supervised by Jr. Assistant Mrs. Mildred Deevers and
purchased! :'from WI CatholiQ even1 S'..Aug. 19,, the occasion Scoutmaster John Allen and daughters of Norfolk. Va..

Cubixi, mbei. $1.25 for.adults, ;. eing thetNelson's: 30th Wed- Scoutmasters Gene Williams t spent a week here with. Mr; reduce
'$e'. for.. children.f} ding anniversary.Mr. and Bill Beam. and Mrs. Ira Lester. Mrs. Les- Shell suggests 10 to
oe'ense'At i : ', : Ifayhtn nd Mrs.Don Shackle- CHURCH NEWS ter is Mrs. Deevers' mother. ways

Miahd:Airs.Earl! DAJja;?* ford'are.entertaining Mr. and Community Church Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blrt.and V

iii-held.. .. ,pen,'house. ...In;their. Mrs. Tom Reed of New .Orleans The first Executive Board family of St. Petersburg spent
ne' home-on' ''Lake l .Qeeva "on8Iirdy. thiS'w ek.'The Shackle- meeting of the Community last weekend with the Lesters 1 V

'afternoon aniraAugV ; -, fords were.guests of the Pads Church Women for the fall while his sister was here visit- chances of strandedI.
1tj;, : 11. /:Ass t1ng'-lli' ; 'during the. Mardi Gras lastspthg. season was held in the educational ing.Cordelia your getting

Hayhers Jh caring 'for' theft building Mo nday Allen, daughter ot V

Wi'4e! $' were -){rs.- Vesta We are glad to hear that .Aug. 20, with ,luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen was I.

Atkeh,1Mrs.; .; Macle':Bamfqrd, Dot and Walter Harvey and Mrs. Helen Wallenius, presi- in the hospital hi St. AUgustine '
Mr :;. Gttia,' hrlst treis. ''Mrs: their son.are fine again after dent, was hostess, assisted by for several days last week : '

l1s1Iusse, ; aid' Mr.: and in. unfortunate accident in Mrs. Melba Ilgen and Mrs. for treatment of a leg. infec':- : when re miles from help

J.lis 1aIph} Crawf.ord! .'',Thefj9 ,theIr..car last. Friday. due to a .Lou Gaunt as co-hostesses.- ';.- : .. you
tion.Mr.
\ n&jias;| ;!built Von/thr; siteof blowout.* .--Th'..first, .general"'meeting' .'and 'Mrs. M. L.Watter-: -1'1'V ; ;

tjie a7ner .;home' tat bun- ,, Assisting.; Phillip Knuth, the will be held .at. 7:30: p.mrAug.: son, Mrs. K. B,., Watterson, ...

t f;: Whe:,grountl't1ast.'llarch principal pt"Keystone Heights '27, in'the.educational! building.St. '. and Mr.and D. ,O.'Sim :: : ,'
'17Fth: '.- a.n >.W :1 < retjtfrlI :-. School, ::1 in: his ',office- will, be .. .WiIli m's ,Ch ieh : mons ire visiting relatives hi .l ri:'" .
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!! ",otJlbt. their'many, ._ his. very' competent. .,,wife,who ,. :'St. 'William's.Church. has North, Carolina and 'Virginiathis 1.: : '.Make.your own roadside emergency chance that the water is deep enough to spin again. With each back and forth ,
'L :hadridope'i1urlng.; thetiioeoj has .had to' give' up a more : 60 new1 folding 'chairs ''to helpI' week. > around should little further-until
mc ; V kit and it in trunk. It reach your tailpipe, turn your car your) car go a
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:.theltf-'toss. Ar lucratice."Position..Jh.order. to alleviate the necessity for so 'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams ) always carry your
; tan.1:'Mr5.-3iiackie: :Brad- assist ,herhusband' In"gOtingth1gs'torun many-people tostand..during and children of New Port V could saVe"you lot of trouble someday. and look {for an alternate route. This may you're out of trouble.

f oi 1>:f rota: ,'Ok1ziwa'. w''e-r eet.ot I ; smoothly:at-.our'. .Mass." 'They cost $5 each, ,. and I Richey drove up .to-vISit.her V Your -kit'snould 1\' of include- : a spare fan belt, take you a few miles out of your way, but 10. If"rocking out"doesn't work, build a
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> >a 'to->eetheproperty' ren:'are'.spendihg'a a' few.Tiaysin ;seat",' may do- just that. Williams and children remained .flashlight with extra batteries,pliers,screw- EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: Test your brakes front of and under the rear wheels. Start
they :had 'Purchasedfcrd. ':Dayton .Beach this; week. 'Keex>;.the.'Nearly N w. .'Addition!.witr.'..inten.hs MissArigela; :Aikeii; -di: g1iter" in j mind: when; you do, yourfail : Mrs: 'Lb'uM Hughes* ,of driv rand several wrenches. after driving through water. Even a few the car forward slowly and gradually in-

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.f9f ,Hhtf U :"the loffidal.p'ha-. ,/sp nt last week...at .have it,.'If'you;d9I1't want it. her brother-in-law and sister, 2',; Check your spare jack.

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"Okthi.'.to ,.Photos':of ''his :: PoI -and Mrs; At P. it, we can do that''for you, Thursday 'until. Monday,'aun- ii But; it can leave stranded if caution until the brake linings dry. momentum to carry you forward. (
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