Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01251
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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i r r Mother Lura t -r.r School Beg.ins[ I AS SEPT. 11 VOTE DRAWS NEAR

Loses Husband .;, : i For Bradfo rd: Pupils City Candidates: To Ai

Bradford County's nearly things & bit musty

In Auto Crash 4,000 school pupils will get summer disuse but
soon be wiped clean Views Via Radio Forum
back to the grind Tuesday,
i by shiny new dresses and
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7 Sept 4, for the next nine
Friends and
: readers of Lura Jeans.
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Mohr's months. ---
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column in The Telegraph ? t School begins on Candidates for offices in
' "Clay Hill Echoes" ., r Students will no doubt find this year because Labor
Will be saddened to learn of falls on Monday the forthcoming City Election :

! .the death of her husband Don .- '"z4 i'. and the students will will discuss the issueson

Mohr. in a collision August .is s, a Starke ManKills short week to get used radio station WRGR

I 18 between the ambulance he 54' w- grind.
I r Y starting next Tuesday
., was driving and an automo- r i. Himself County Superintendent

I'I Mrs. Mohr writes that her w 'v By HangingA this week that a The program will be conducted
husband had gone out in the been hired for t : !
rJ country in the ambulance to High School to replace x .. by the Starke Jay-

) Pick up a farmer who had I Starke man 42yearoldZack cipal Jim Temple who is cees as a community af

both legs broken when a Taylor Myrick was year's leave of absence fairs project.Each .

piece of farm machinery fell c. found dead by his own hand doing graduate work in At1Af5
on him. braska. The new candidate win be given
early Monday morning after
On the return trip to town 3. ,. ,' Tommy Hill, a graduate an opportunity to make an
two young men who were Intoxicated he had hung himself from a University of Alabama opening statement, and will

and driving a stolen tree in a neighbor's yard, according sumed his temporary ,.; i then be asked questions by
Cadillas at 120 miles I1itiTo ,. ,
per'I' I to the Bradford Coun- this week.
members of a Jaycee paneLCandidates
hour ran headon into the
Morgan also
ty Sheriff's office.Myrick's .
ambulance, killing Mr. Mohr the price of school will appear In
'I' and themselves. The farmer's Coach Charles Lyles put four thoroughly from the feet of the player at the extrememuddy death was Brad- I the Brooker school will the following order:
ford tenth suicide
neck was broken, and he died backs through a "reaction drill" as right is mute evidence of the soggy practicehe County's I from 25 to 30 cents. Tuesday, Sept. 4- Council
since June 1, the sheriff's department -
also; and his wife, who was acts as an offensive end going out for conditions caused by recent rainfall. Thea said. The victim left Group 1: Carl Lamar Johns

riding In the ambulance with pass and the players follow his moves to mud also made it impossible to identify the no word or note behind beforehe Suicide Total and One A. Wiggins.
him is unconscious with 6)I
brain concussion and broken a defend. Water which can be seen splashing players. took his life. He had been Begin Membership Drive Wednesday, Sept. 5-Coun-
bones. -------,,'- --- 'x._ staying at his mother's homeon .Puzzles cil, Group 2: Carl Hurst andS.
_: __ ; Alvarez Street and she lathe
Also seriously injured in the ,.h...,. L., .....'... ......,..,., j5a 'S s4 who found E. Sparks.
person Myrickat
accident : BHS Band Boosters
was Mr. Mohr's helper. k : 9t' approximately 6:30 Bradford County has Thursday, Sept. 6- Council
Vie who lost the sight of -... ;'
.."; ed 11 suicides so far and
.: Monday in the neighbor's Group 3: Wayne Douglas
one eye is paralyzed on one current year 10 since

side and still unconscious at \ ....-rl'"., yard.Myrick used what looked plus another in March Sign Mayor ChittyThe Seeber D. Goodman.
the time of Mrs. Mohr's let- ", leads the state in that Friday. Sept. 7Chief of
.- like a yellow water-ski to
,1 ,. tic according to the Police: Bill Rosser and J. W.
ter.Mrs.. ]:'" hang himself whicn5 he apparently 1962 Bradford Band Bandmaster E. W. Mathews
Mohr that her
says sheriff's office. [Buck] Alvarez.
Boosters membership drive
unsettled. She tied around his neck estimates that the average cost
plans are may
go to Indiana to be with her climbed a ladder to the lower The total was raised. was kicked off this week with of each band member for a All programs will begin at
Monday when Zack
7 -- limbs of an oak tree and the sale of the first member-I year is $341, including expenseof 7 p.m.
son or she come to spend
may :: Myrick 42, took his
the winter with her sister in ,. jumped off. Although no evi- ship to Mayor Randal Chitty uniform instrument music I
J by hanging himself.
Florida "so I may live through y dence of despondency was left Seven of the total of [right] by George Kaufmann. and necessary equipment. He Dove Season
I Booster treasurer. The -
a. the sheriff office added' he organiZation states that the band now owns
this horrible thing. .M ... cides took place In or .
"'r"P '''' --- n hopes to reach goal
had been separated from his $15,000 worth of equipment.
Through her writings over Erwin Land, Frank ReeVes, Lawtey, one in To Have
take right they are this
the years in The Telegraph Bradford High football coaches a ]I wife and family for several of 1,000 memberships year According to the director, I
Charles Lyles, and Head Coach David one was a state'prison to. help on its
session to months. carry programof
Mrs. Mohr has brought much minute from a; busy practice pose records the band's annual budget Three PhasesFlorida
According to
.From left to Horse. Myrick was born in Birmingham assistance to the BHS
comfort and inspiration to for ,the Telegraph camera. office of County:Judge should be $5,200, but it is now
Ala. June 9, 1920. band. around $2,000
operating on
many readers. She formerly - Yawn, who also'acts as
He was a veteran of World An intensified fund-raising annually. He estimated that a hunters will have athreephase
taught school at Clay 'Hill
j! five suicides took
If when 'she started writing a Wet Field Hampers War n and a member of the the ner county during a campaign is being conducted total expenditure of $4,955 is i season tf or migratory } -

I column of news helpful hints, hjgyTo! : Jt.! first Baptist Church of Win- period.beginning to 1958 by the. BandiBtioiter& ::n1 eeded at the present time, i dove shooting during the
j .
i *i'ffTmm ... ... ter nance the"bBi&lo t tppSujNiii'Csto I 1962-63 season, accordlnr "-
.* recipes.and. other.,inapmtion-: .' i'jMjWrSGndlaptai ",-- ......, .1-, ,' AI Have ing"that time there were t $4100; for new and
'. al matter. Although 'she went Surviving are his wife, MaryMyrick suicides in'the state. the 1963 'Orange Festival replacement instruments and 'A. D. Aldrich director of the

to' live in Iowa- 17 ,years. a'go. Tornado Gridders and two sons: Zack In Miami. 'Estimated cost of $855 for repairs.In Game and Fresh Water Fish"
\ she maintained her contacts T. and Bobby. Myrick, both of Deputy'SherUf this trip is 3000. addition to this he said, i Commission.

with the people of Clay Hill Winter Haven; his, parents, liams, investigating During the past six years the band will need to get all The first phase will be open
Not Serious Zack T. Sr. and Susie Spur- all 11 cases, said this w for dove hunters October 6
and continued to write her "We've accomplished a lot the Boosters have provided new uniforms In the near future -
"The weather has slowed us lock Myrick of Starke and has come to the "firm cost to November 4, with Hardee
column which is a popular mentor in the time we've been out as $6,000 worth of uniforms for at an approximate
down Tornado grid two brothers: Robert and Bis- tion" that four main DeSoto and Glades Counties,
feature of The Telegraph. far as fundamentals are concerned the band; $975 for the pur- of $5,000.
Bradford High grid coaches David Hurse' said Tuesday ," Hurse went on to say hop Myrick; both of Starke. financial matters chase and repair of instru- During the past six years and that portion of Franklin
were rapidly gathering gray "And it may hurt us if other held Wednes- domestic trouble, or
Services were County known as Alligator
long way ments; has sent the band to the band has represented
also got
"But we've a
Man Cuts Hand hairs earlier this week before teams. are having better conditions "- to in a short time." day from Jones Memorial health are the major Orlando and Tampa, and paid Bradford County in two In- Point, closed to dove hunting.
they found out that a knee injury under which to practice. go Chapel in Starke with Rev. Continued The second phase
Hurse and Line Coach Frank ( Page ) other miscellaneous expenses. augural Parades; participated opens
.j NearyOtfI / sustained by captain Mar- Hurse's Tornadoes were Reeves who said they were! W. E. Hall and Rev. Roman in the Gasparilla Celebration'I I statewide November 22 and

ty Starling last Friday duringa practicing last week with water credit where credit is Alvarez officiating. Burial followed at the: State Fair; marched in! will continue until December
short scrimmage is not seri- splashing under their feet with "giving at Crosby Lake Ceme- : .., the! 9. The third phase will also
(I On Table Saw due" heaped special praise on six Gator Growl parades;
the muddy, soggy -
step on direction of DeWittC. '
ous."Boy. every Reeves called tery under Deland Christmas Parade; be statewide and will open
s; that really had-me rain-soaked field, with some. .. players..._____ the t Jones Funeral Home of 4 and Centennial Celebrations December 22 and continue
I; A 49-year-old Starke man. scared. "Head Coach David water standing in most places. taCKle Mine warucn: lineman; mos Starke. g art t in Columbia and Baker Coun, through January 12.

:Millard Harrell, is battling Hurse said yesterday. But conditions becoming pro- improved offensive : Shooting will be allowed

this week to keep his left hand "The doctor said he wouldbe gressively better Monday as judging from last year'sfilms. ties.In the from noon until sunset of each
tackle addition to this
after cutting it nearly off in ready to go in two or three the days without rain contin- He Smith said shows that the New Fee System band has participated in six open day. Daily bag limit for

an accident with a table saw days but I'm not going to put ued to pile up. Jimmy Chamber of Commerce Christ- dove will be 12 with possession
at Bradford Builders Supply him back in practice for at "The last few days without ability to repeat again the Bradford limit of two days bag.
last Thursday morning. leaai seven or eight," the coach rain has been a blessing to us," i this year as an said that Started At BUS mas County Centennial four Ro- Other rules for migratory
According to the manager of declared "I want to be really Hurse said adding, "The mud ference choice, Rural-Urban Days six game during the 1962-63 season -
the builders supply C. R. Bennett sure he is well." The star halfback causes more hurt ankles and end Kenny Terrell,Just Sunrise Services and are as follows: Rail
Harrell was attemptingto had ligaments pulled In twisted knees." ing to practice after a sprained deal of- A new student fee system parades for the American Legion [marsh hens], open September -

cut a 2 x 4 inch piece of his right knee when tackled But the players are "slowly ankle, shows a great has been instituted at Bradford and various other organIzations 15 through November 18,

lumber when the accident oc- during scrimmage on a muddy rounding' into 'shape!? deSpite desire and hustle. High School whereby each five Strawberry Bowl with a daily bag of 15, plus
curred. Harrell ran all the way field. The coaches were worried weather,the Hurse also praised left half ;
the rough student will pay a $6 class- festivities and numerous other 25 sora rail with total possession
into the street Bennett said in most knee injuries back Tom Gardner and said z .
because as coach said. room supply fee to the office activities. of 30 plus 25 sora.
before he could catch him and the seriousness could "The boys are still hustling that quarterback Bill Jack- for supplies for all classes for Through its promotion of Woodcock season opens December -

apply a tourniquet.The not be determined until doc- -and as long as they do that son's passing looked good un- the entire year according to i three District Band Contests 15 through January 3

injured Harrell was tors saw how well the knee I they'll be ready for the first der'the wet playing conditions. Principal T. L. Casey. District Vocal Contest and with a daily bag of tour and
treated at the Bradford County responded to treatment.For the new mentor stated. all at one total
The fee, payable Meeting possession eight. Snipe
game once
I the Area ______ ____
H. H.. Adams
Dr. the coaches
Hospital by few days hi Starke on Golf Assn. -
a The season begins I Ladies of '3 per semester will pay the band' has..alSO aided in hunting\ season opens December
Ernest Tried (left) and Fair Association presi
the Contractor
and rushed immediately to were doubtful that Starling Friday September 14, as the for such classroom materialsas bringing more than 8,000 15 through January 13,
University ,of Florida Medical would be' able to start in the tackle Macclenny's To TourneyThe dent Bob Hclntire look over plans for new fair buildings
Tornadoes Sponsor work books special papers people into the community on with a daily bag of eight, and
.Center where he is fighting to first game against Macclenny ; Wildcats. Baker County.had an duplicating materials, or dem- while seated on the first load of cement blocks delivered to these five occasions. total possession eight.

keep the hand. on September 14. 8-1 won-lost record last season Starke Ladies Golf Association onstration materials for the the, rite here Monday. The new buildings will be rushed to Already several businessmen Waterfowl hunting seasons

Bennett said yesterday that i The coaching staff was also they were-beaten*only by will sponsor a nine classroom Casey said. But it completion la time for the 1962 fair in late October or early have expressed a desireto -for duck geese and coot-

according to information from heartened this week by the return the Tornadoes in regular sea- hole blind bogie tournamenton will not include textbooks gym 'November sponsor one. member of the will be announced later when

HarrelTs relatives the hand of senior end ,Kenny son play but lost all but four Labor Day. Entrance fee clothes, or club or class dues. band on the trip to Miami established by the u.s. Bu-

has not been amputated but Terrell to full speed after he lettermen to graduation. is' 25 cents.Excavation Classes using special texts not by paying all of his (for her reau of Sport Fisheries and

is badly swollen and giving the _recovered___. __ from a sprained_ an ,.._. u ....... ............__.... __ adopted by the State of Florida Construction Is UnderWay% 'expenses. This is estimated at Wildlife.
patient trouble.Bennett said it kle. Terrell, expected to be outstanding I. hll1l$ Ii. win still purchase books $45 per member.Contributions In other action at the an-
looked to him though the at end for the Tornadoes j ,,
through individual teachers, may also be nual rules and regulation

left wrist was cut approxinv- was praised by Line ,--,;.,< ...... > ..:. .,. ..........---11'.. .:. : he'uld. On Permanent Fair-Buildings made in the amount of $22.50 meeting the Commission vo

ately three-fourths through. Coach Frank Reeves as."show- /. "';"5.:"..: .,'./.'. C. .. .'-. Reason for the new system for "half a member" or even ted to have the Everglades

The manager said that Har ing a great deal of desire and ,.. ---t..c.-:. ,' .' .. I..; :. _.. '"' .."'. .' Casey said, is so most students I I in smaller amounts. Donationsof Wildlife Management Area included -
(Continued on Page Six] hustle.As. '---- ,, --. ''''.''',. .'.- ;.',,- "':. ._. .,'. _:;'-. ', ,P. : win'have only one fee to pay Construction of permanent portance and could be added any size will be appreciatedand In the special $5 Public

a further precaution ,. L, :;! ... :' ''' "''1r"F' :';,.,_. '.I through the office. In the past I buildings for the Bradford later, as additional funds be- may be mailed to the Hunting Permit. The Com
aginst injury Coach Hurse -", ..-' .. ,:... ,' students hare paid many County Pair is under way at come available. Bradford Band Boosters mission also closed all frog

r said mouth pieces are required .. :' .' .>, i smaller fees to individual the new fairgrounds: just northof The three buildings providing -I Bradford County High School. hunting in Palm ..Beach Bro-

for the first time this year ,.,.... classes as required by the instructor the Starke State Farmers a total of 18,000 square Starke, Fla. ward, Dade Mona Collier,
worn by all high school grid- "--... .".... ... ,' The:new S1tem. will Market. feet for livestock and other A banner will be carried in and Hendry Counties and

ders over the entire country. I also take much bookkeepingdetail I The $ O.ooo) project is being type' exhibits, will be locatedon front of the band to the pa- again prohibited the use of

He said local dentists have > ,away from the.teacher rushed in the hope of having a 7-acre site adjacent to rade, identifying the group as outboard motors on Lake

J been very cooperative in fit- since the fee will be'paid directly the structures completed in the farmers market on U.S. representing Starke and Brad-' laminia' and Lake Jackson inLeon

i ting the players with the I to the office, thereby time for the October 24 opening -, 301 north. ford County. The parade will County during the duck

mouth pieces free of charge. M leaving more time .for other ,date of the 1962 fair The property was obtained be televised and should give hunting season.Stores .- .

L ':)o<, J. classroom duties the principal R. H. 'Mclntire. Fair Association from the state,which also pro- nationwide publicity 'to this

Fair Directors ... .._. stated.. .president said. however ,vided $25,000 in matching community. I To Close
The $6 fee was arrived at that the opening date mightbe funds for the buildings. The Arrangements will also be

I To Meet I IE by adding amounts requiredby set back a week or ,two if faIr' association raised the made to present some Brad-
ffltefimiif I ._ -- .. '", __",n _."Y. -.-, ,- -, E each teacher, which totaled he could-make the necessary: other_ $25/)00_ ) u by_ selling_ bonds." ford County strawberries to For Labor Day

I An important meeting of Begun For Pool, approximately: $5,000. and $2.- arrangements with the company The Bradford County Fair the mayor of Miami{ during -
the Bradford County Fair Association 000 which required by the that brings In the mid- had its origin In 1951 and. until -: the festivities.Band .- Most Starke business houses

toi I board of directorswill At Starke Country Club office each year for duplicating way attractions and rides. last year, was staged on will be closed all day. Monday

be held at 8 P-m. tonight I and testing materials. Of Triest Construction Co. submitted the American Legion grounds [ Boosters Labor Day, marking the traditional
i [Thursday In the Bradford' Excavating started Monday for the 20 x 40 It. awtli1mDl this total of $7.000 the county the ]low bid $59,950, with exhibits housed in tents. I end of the summer

This Space Contributed County courthouse. i pool at the Starke Golf and Owmtry pub. Shown above is, school board will supply $1,000. necessitating a few changes Last year's fair was held on To Meet TuesdayAn holiday season.

'Weekly to Publicize Construction of the new bulldozer at work; while Joe YalenskI and Norman WDlls'are leaving a balance of $8,000 far in'the:plans to bring the fig- 'the new grounds and was pro- Also closed win be the City

Community Events by fair buildings is under way Interested spectators in background.The the student body to supply. ure down to the $50,000 that claimed the best of the series important meeting of the Hall courthouse offices post

and plans must be made for pool Is being constructed by Southland .Pools Inc. of Since there are approximately the. Fair Association had to Prime movers behind the Bradford Band Boosters is office, and both local banks.

The CommunityState the annual fair In October.All Jacksonville at a bid of $8450. Work on the new dub.house, I. OO 1 gh1'acl o t student, in spend..Mclntire said that the exhibit buildings project have scheduled, Tuesday at 8 p. m. Bradford County schools
included Mclntire. Rep. A. J. in the band hall, Bandmaster
board members .are urged Steel Co, Inc. for $33,715, will get underway -! grades 7-12. the fee came to. items that,had to be eliminated will begin their fall terms on
Bank to attend this meeting. to be buflt by BuQdmf $6 per student. Thomas Jr.. and County Agent Eldon Mathews announced this Tuesday the diy after Labor

next month. - .--, trere.not-of .major .Im CLiT.Huggtos: __ week -. I I Il Day


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-... V THURSDAY, AUG. 30 i, 1962
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....... Leaving 'Z&Vcollege In September -' Mrs. George Cottman of Miss Mary McIntyre of Miami ; which you, or either of j the claimant I
,ate John Ber. I Cpr/ey/ JobiePvices MAYOR'S COURTStarke I jrou may sworn to fry his
: Atfains
: :ffcstts spenVtestiTuesday'to : has been- and ?
have against the estat of 1<:. r.1 agent or attorney' and any such
".:.. nle Collins !sHallle Seymour Thursday pith Mr. .and Mrs. Mrs: E, D. Thornton,. Kinis- V i Raulerson. deceased late of said t-laini or demand not so filed .

I Ic JbAlyce t.Graham.ilinda; JVas* Wesley AndrewsiMr. and Mi?. iey Lake for /three weeks. Her I fold! Mayor Randal Chitty I j County, to the County Judge of shall be void. I

Ii i din, Pat I 000I1.} Marilyn Andrews a$o '.had as lass brother, Bill McIntyre. a, 'had a busy night in Mayor's office L'radford in the County.court Florida house,of at t
Rernwfl1.Terry; Walters,;and Wednesday r-visitbrs, Mr. and : sophomore 'at Richmond Uni-ji Last Sunday I Court Monday with 16 cases. (County at Starke. Florida, within As administrator ot th I r.s- i

i---_.GLADYS.. .. JKOOTY--- F&ONE 9&-0651 It' ",:4 1 J Maty Agnes Fergusoa to U OfF i Mi'!. Tommy Hewitt and -Versfty, joined her the last I Geraldine Simmons Negro the eight time of calendar the first months publication from j;; ceased.GUKEX tate.of E. JL llaulerson. de I

; Martha Long to St. Luke'sSchool grandchildren ot Valdosta. of this notice. Each claim or ; .
week. AND GREEX. Att "
I I j Corley Johns 78, of Starke, disorderly conduct by fighting,
demand shall be in writing, and i .
Leslie of Nursing; Mary Ann Mrs. Vernon. Smucker. re.- First'= publication August :)
Jarrell of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hamil-,
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. James Brown J died Saturday in a local hospi- five days in jail. shall !state the place of resi- > 1962.'
; Js spending this: week with his I T Long and Sara Osborne to turned Friday from la month/a I ton have had as guests, Dr. tal after an extended illness. deni-e and post office address 9-.10 4t !9-20
i of Gainesville and Mr. and I : of the claimant and shall be
Florida-Southern Donna Tra- Myrtice Tillman] Padgett
; visit with friends and
ttSusIn-- Stephen relativ-} ., Lube t
Prevatt .1r Louis aodon,
t t j .and ,Mr, Johns was born in Ba- >
I I Mrs. R. I. Mercier of Lees-, wick to the of : t
; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas : burg University ES in Ohio. j Marc, of Tampa on Saturday| ker County on April 29. 1885. reckless driving by running

: and family spent last week at i Mrs. .Logan were) guests Baldwin of Mr. and South Florida Tampa; BettyLeu Al-c Roddy Struth of NeUisAFBLaj.VegasNNet and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Anderson I i His parents were the late :; stop sign fined $37.50.J. V I
at Kings-; Wainwright, Arthur ,Holfcdtiy '' '
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Brooklyn Lake. : : Is home I Ionsa : of Brunswick, Ga. on Hardy and V Alice Reynolds :| W. Brower public intoxication i KOCH'S
,I ley Lake"from Thursday to* ,
and Geo. Patten Jr. toI month's ieave. Mrs. Merrill -] forfeited bond 0 f I
Saturday and i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barclay Sunday. Sunday. Johns. He was a member of ;
% i V FSU: ,Barbara Blankenship, ] Btruth and Roddy are $37.50.J. .
; of lola, Kansas were1Visiting 1 V I Miss Diane Firth will enter Mr. and ierald'Oay : Susan Blade Mike *dIsh,
: Mrs.
: visiting friends and' relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Leo st: [Luke's School of Nursing, Church. W. Brewer disorderly
: I and sons of Miami spent last i Marion Harrington Doug in South Florida. lila week j jI [ next Tuesday. conduct
Champion and by fighting forfeited
family from i week at Gold Head Brattch' t Seyttitfur to Jacksonville 0ni1 Mr. and Mrs; Bill Newton Surviving: are his widow.'
_..Pjiday to Mary Beth Crawford is re-i: bond of $77J.50.Franklin |
Tuesday. i State Park and had their 1 versity Kathy Struth to Jones Sund Mrs. Mamie Sweat Johns and
as ; I Vrf DayonaBeach were -\ ;I
turning from LaBale Md., D.
Bonnett disorderly
: Mrs. Jeff N. Hopkins spent : guests last Friday Mr. and I Business College it Charles Y visitors: of Mr. and Mrs. .i she the one. son. Robert Johns bothof -'
., spent summer conduct not
J the pail; two weeks"visitingin i Mrs."Wallace Parrish of, Pal- i Torodeto Ocala. Junior Col- Herbert Thomas. V .Starke; five daughters, Mrs. ,' guilty.

; West Virginia. While there I atka Mrs. Ethel Parrish of lege; Dewayne' McRae to St. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch;'i with her uncle and aunt :Mr. i Marvin' Haynes and Mrs.;Ha- Clyde Manning, public intoxication -
and l Mrs. A. H. Harley IH.
she and Mr. Hopkins visited i | zel Sitka. ,both of Lacoochee; j! 90 days on proba-
Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Johns River Junior College: attended the Shrine convention : '
Mr. Mrs. H. K. Davis ;,
; relatives, and friends j. in*Onio i;, A. Gay of Starke. i Dave Long to University in Jacksonville on Friday j, and son and, Harold spent the! Mrs. Jeanette Wright, Brad- :: tion. \ BARGAIN RIOT!

-and North CarC>l.ina. Mr. Hopkins -. of Delewares Elissa and Ray- enton' ; Mrs. Ida Mae Browning !j Simon McCleod, Negro. dis-
Mrs. and. Saturday.
Adolph Gay and j weekend in ,Charleston S. C. I
'. is working' during the'I daughter, Geraldine, visited mond .Stefanelli to. Murray ..Gapt and Mrs. William K. with Mr. *nd Mrs. J. J. Tol- i j Costa Mesa Calif.; and I orderly conduct by fighting 1962 Tornadoes Football Schedule
Summer"hi Logan. W. Va. in Kentucky ( Mrs. Dorothy Lee Smith, Jas-/ not guilty. ,
friends and relatives in Jacksonville Booth -anj.children of Austin bert and attended a family re- :. FREE

,I ; \ Douglas Seymour, Harold on Sunday.. Mn and Mrs E.. W.. Hayes Texas are visiting her parents,1 union. per. Also, four sisters: Mrs. | Barbara Jean Smith, Negro. Pencils-Nothing To Buy_ _

I ..-Tyus and Spanky MeLendon V Sara Braswell of Jacksonville had .asUweekend ..guests. ;Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cressler. Rev. and V Mrs. 'Bo\\;' Badgett V jl Carl Rhoden. and Mrs.. Lillie ; disordeily conduct by fighting V

.V V % are spending Tuesday, to was visiting Elaine 'Oilhooly and ;Mrsv:; J. ;BHopkins ,of :The Booths will leave Sept. and returned Friday Bennett both of Macclenny; ; 10 days in jail. t Reg. 98c-5 Hole NoteTypewriter Tablet
I family
"Lakeland.i Pensacola Mr. and Mrs.' God 2&() for Ariz. TheCresslers Mrs. John Eddy, Waldo; and Book Filler Paper Reg. 49c
Thursday in Phoenix
iIIl! __. / ," ... *on j Satucjay.V .. I from two weeks Vacation in V Leslie George Green Negro ;
-4 Mrs. Lossie Davis. Jackson-
: frey Hayes of Gainesville-and also had, as. guests 'i Akron, Ohio and Augusta" and disorderly conduct by fighting V SAVE AT'77c SAVE AT 38c

V 4 VV Mr j,and, Mrs. John .Dea& jo lt .Wednesday to Sunday, Mr. Spencer. W. Va. il | vile: and 12 grandchildren. forfeited bond of $37.50.

t Lake. City.and their.families and Mrs. Charles Cresster and .Mr. and Mrs. John Naswor- : Funeral services were held ; Mack Lane, Negro, disord-1 Top-Punch Name Frame Filler

Miss; Louise Stern returned sons of Rome, Ga. in the Union Primitive Baptist.. erly conduct by of
I thy: of Winter Park were viSitIng use pro- 5 Hole Reg 25cHurry
Paper- -
II Sunday from Aspen; Colo Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour -I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- Church at 2 p.m. Sunday with <:'| fane and indecent language, Note Bock:: Filler On This: One-

;: where she attended the Aspen whose son. Hallie, will I worthy on Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Elder B. H. Rawls. Elder W. case dismissed. j> 49c
f Music School this summer. be. on the U.of F. Freshman H. Eddy, and Elder Everett Limited Supply
Nasworthy, who has been con- II Mack Lane, Negro trespas- j;
I : Mr. and Mrs., John ClarkJr. football .team this Fall, were fined in Bradford County Hospital Johns officiating. Burial was sing on private property case j SAVE AT 38c SAVE AT 13c

.. of Perrine were weekend among the. guests of the ..Ath the past three weeks, Is in Conner Cemetery under the dismissed.

guests of Mr. .and Mrs. 'Eugene letic Department of U. of F. direction of DeWitt C. Jones i
I' -- THEATRES expected to return home this Otis Padgett disorderly 36 Reg. 5c PENCILS - 88c
Williams.Mr. at a reception and banquet weekend.Mr. Funeral Home.Bookmobile. I
conduct by threatening bodily -
and Mrs. Carlos Williams Sunday and Monday, and J. D. Odom I GALORE
and Mrs.
I. .
harm 30 days on proba- SCHOOL BINDERS !
and daughterCarlar.ofWinstonSalem spent the night at Hume Hall of Like Oak have rented the tion.

: -+SEPT MBER 1 ,, N. C. spent on the campus. Nasworthy house at 318 N. Set i Top Quality-Large Selection At Economy Prices-
I > Monday to Wednesday of last Marion Harrington of Jacksonville James Charles Bruno, Ne- !

: DOUBLE FEATURE week with Mr., 'and Mrs.,.wn- Is spending Tuesdayto Walnut. ., street.. To Begin RoundsOn gro, public intoxication, sentenced -!I I See These Before You Buy From 69c up

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez
i to a fine of $27.50 or !
lard wniiams. Larry Thursday with his mother, September 10

: V Opening Time-Sat. 1 P. M. returned with-them for a. two Mrs. Gladys Harrington. and family of Mandarin were to five days in jail. i 4 Reg. S25c Composition SHEAFFER I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe
-.. weeks visit. Mrs. E. P. Boland and children The Santa Fe Regional Library James Charles Bruno Negro i Books Cartridge Pens

L: : NO. 1 NO.2 Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn of Athens Ga. were recent Martinez Mr. and over Mrs..L.the weekend.R. McClel- will start on its fall and indecent exposure, sent- : 89c $1.00

,. Jr.and family were=vacationing visitors of her parents, ian of Jasper have been visiting winter schedule Monday, Sept. enced to a fine of $52.50 or !

I .I V'i the past two weeks at Mr. and.Mrs. H.L. Speer., R. 10, after being off the road to 10 days in jail. j; $3.00 Value Student
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mc- Shoes
J.ow Canvas
'i Top
I ,. Gatlinburg and Chattanooga, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Clellan this .week. for two weeks for a general ,. "Goose Neck" Lamps

I. Tenn. V and children visited the Jack- overhaul. At Low, Back to School
V VS **- i ONLY 1.66
f j Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell sonville Zoo on Sunday.Mr. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- IN TH} COURT OF THE ,
The schedule for Brad- Prices 99c to 1.29
either sax new
# it fits McRae during the week- COUNTY jrnGE. % With Desk Ball Point
Mrs. A. G. tongue ney DFORDi
: r. were visiting and Mrs. Lamar Shaw,;
follows ,
ford I-\ IX I'RO-
& ...at.1I i manufactures and' family in Reddick on and Mrs. F. J. Shaw will spend end have..been Mr. and Mrs. County is as : BATE.In COrST'LO. I: PEN and HOLDER RedWhiteBlueSelect

n thins! but laughter! John'etephens'of Gulf Breeze 1st and 3rd Wednesdays re: Estate of I
the weekend in
: e' 'I. Dr. and Mrs. Hinson Stephensand Moody's Store [New River], E. II. Haulerson, Deceased.To I. All Your School Needs From The Largest
: M-G-M.pnsnts, Anf>''OlI Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Ed- tTenn. All Creditor and PersonsHaving
.. r returnedto children of Oiange Park 10 to 10:15: a. m. Reddish Claim! or Demand 1 1KZlID"t Variety at KOCH'S
wards HI and family Mrs. Lester Hardigree and
: \ < N their home in Canyon Texas children of Orlando, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen ,Conner Store [Heilbronnl, 10:35 to 11 .\ and Said each ENtatIYou of you are

UVV.\VLUV after spending the summerat Lloyd Herrin, Mrs. Cayla and ( twm demands FOUNTAIN SPECIALSAT.
I: : Kingsley Lake and with her Krudup pf Gainesville Ga.,! Mr. and Mrs. Cary zworth ], 11:10: to 11:25.: Law- present any claims and

H.NE I I of Jackso ville. tey Junior High School 12 MON.-SEPT. 1 and 3
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. ,G. and Miss Martha Wyre of Cal-: and
noon to 1:15: p. m. Lawtey DO YOU WANTTO
Caldwell and family. Jahan are spending several .Mr.and UrSv GuR sale and DOUBLE DIP MILK SHAKE 4
Wharf 1:20 to j|cALL
'S1IVEBRIGI!) JIM Mr. and Mrs. Will Gillett days with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler daughter, Linda, were 'visitingMrs. ; Strawberry LEARN TO PLAY: O
: 1:40 p. m. Hampton's Store FLAVORS
.1VfOlHNWlfN'HUITON.: and children of Gainesville, Jones. John Sale and Mrs. John
.. [Lawtey colored section, 1:45 Piano?
MULA ..DW1W11$8 and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mrs. Dolph Reddish and I,'Yates in Valdosta oi.! m Sun-

: ....... $ '!:'tVm 1A1'<
: .I : '.U EtS'WY atE; ;- C'Ia.a.XLQI Tuesday guests of Mr. and ,IV. Carpenter visited Mr. and I I Cot' and Mrs. T. T. Long 2nd and 4th FridaysGreen's Saxaphone? has two Florida registered pharmacists.on duty to

\' "c !l JJi'j. : \ ;: ..- Mrs Clyde Terwillegar at. Mrs. James Glenn at Ormond have re'turhed; from a two Store [Brooker], 9:15: serve you. Quality prescription service at real savings

: ('. ....- ""fjol. "J vii I .f........... ..,,__"J N... ...p#.... XJ. el.Lat ... .-:._.. Beach on ,Wednesday. weeks visit with .Col. and Mrs. to 9:30: ajn. Brooker School Clarinet? at Koch's Drug Store. Free city-wide delivery
'' '' 'p 1.: :; > 9:35: .to 10:15: ajn. Mrs, N. J.
: '' : m.I i.'ftiUrs! V I : : .. V .. V ..Mrs. aK.. .Tyus returned 'SP.n. Ritch Green will L16yd"ir'Eewls lri Wilmington Lefevers residence [Graham], Accordian service. Call 964-4401 Open.--week-days: 8 a. m. till

,. arrive home ,this, weekend for Dela. They were accompanied -
home Wednesday from St. : 10:30 to 11 a. m. Hampton. CALL 9 p. m.-Sundays: 9 a. m. till 6 p. m.
: PLUS "BARGAIN DAZE" Luke's Hospital .where she,underwent 30, days leave after a year's by Mrs. J. W. Jackson
V -CARTOON tour of duty in France and and Miss 'Paige' Pritchett of School, 11:15 to 11:50: ajn. 964-6444 964-8511 OPEN LABOR DAY FROM 9 A. M. TILL 8 P. M.

eye surgery Germany.Elaine. Albany, Ga.W'V fo Wilmington Hampton Training School [co
Mr.' p4'Mrs. Jack Mathewsand bred, 11:55 to 12:05. Ther- I
: Jordan of Jacksonville they-were joined by Dave
SUN) MON., TUES.-SEPT. 2 3 4 'family -Cordele, Ga. essa, 12:45: to 1 p.m. RJE
.is :visiting, her cousin Long who 'has been working
were weekend guests, of Mr. School [Starke 1:25 to
Linda Kay this week.V there during the : 2:15:
Holton simmer
: OpeninfTi1ne"P. !:Sun. 2 Mon. 6 Tues. and Mrs. Eldon Mathews. Starke 2:20 WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. I
; ; 3 Air., and ,Mrs. Dave Paulk and by Miss i Hilda Jackson ,p.m. Library, : pjn.t
Mr and Mrs.. Jir.1 Ritch, t:
: DOUBLE and Mr,and Mrs. Vernon Reddish 'who has spent the summer in : ,
FEATURE Mrs.. Daisy Perryman and .
spent the weekend 'with Europe Dave and Miss Jackson !
Misses Barbara, and Jackie ..____ c'pJ_ - -
.. t Colley attended the wedding I Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Paulk at returned to Albany- and .;!uun .;,iuaeIs In Whirl With

V Pearson, Ga. Starke with their respectiveparents.
and reception of their niece
V V V Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. RunnerUpIn
CRASH and granddaughter, Miss Mar-
f THROUGH :J. R. Hixon attended the.bus* kCi
ilyn Moore, to Ronnie Alston
: V CTHE LAUGH BARRIER in Blackshear, Ga. on Satur- iness and program meetingof Services Held Beauty EventMiss WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCESGoing
the WSCS at the Firs
: ,,.wtth IhfZANIEST
L V day.Mr Methodist Church to.Gainesville Last ThursdayFor
S Susan Slade [Miss
condynyers/ : and Mrs. John P. Jonesof
V '* Batavia 111. are visiting Mrs. Green.Tuesday night, when Mrs.' BeltramMrs. Starke was a runner-up in Out For Business!

: # was & guest
dp' V ,- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scogginsand speaker. s the Florida Crown Queen
: : ; Madeleine MatzhoWBeltran. Contest at Jacksonville Beach
VV' Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
.. : Dowling; this week Parrish Misses Virginia of Brooker and visited Myra 66, of Starke died at last Saturday, and was one of WHERE SERVICES ARE ASSURED WITH THE SALE!

her residence Wednesday, Aug. ,three 'contestants chosen for
: : SP.4 John Mack:Newsome Mr.andMrs.; G. A. Gay Sun- s-- V _
22, after an extended illness. the Court of Honor. Miss L V -
V and SP-4 Wayne Clark of.FortBenntag. day afternoon. -
She had been resident of Lynn Shirley, who now holds
a _
Ga. spent the week- Mr. and Mrs.- Floyd.Crosby
14 titles, including Miss Jacksonville '
end with Mr. and,' ,Mrs.:Jesse and Mr. and .!Irs.. .Harold !iStarke for the past six and ahah rrYi
years. Mrs. Beltran was of 1962, was chosen V
; : Newsome.! < V Crews were ,visiting relativesin !
'born in Austria on"May 9,1! queen.
: 'y : Mrs: C. W. Crawford of Co- Jacksonville on Sunday..
1: Mrs. Melba d896 the daughter of the late j Nineteen girls competed for j p I
I vlngton, Ga. was visiting Mr.: Blair :.of Lake
: Franz and Marie Newbar! the title from the counties :;
V. ( JV :4. .. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw se-. Wales and Mrs. Otis T. Jones
iMatzhold. She was a member i comprising the Florida Crown. V
: # 'Teral;days last week. of Jacksonville were last Friday -
WattDisnqyax of the St. Edward's Catholic' The Starke-Bradford Coun-
Mrs. .D. M Heath has returned .guests of :Mra. Morris
Church. ty Chamber of Commerce was
to her home in Port Carter '
". Lauderdale after two weeks Sam Mitchell and sons of IV V Surviving are her husband;' also represented by Miss Linda -

,. with, her parents; Mr. and Jacksonville were Sunday visitor Alfred Beltran Sr. of Starke; Huggins'(Mi s Bradford

JAbsm'S( Mrs. J. s. .Sapp and t family. of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell :iwa ions: Alfred A. of Santa : Miss Slade was awarded a

.I = Mrs. Alice Anderson with and Mr and Mrs.. Lester Clara, California and Albert) trophy for being selected as a

friends from. Crews. A. Bdtxan of West Babylon
Maid of Honor.
I .- $ : TeniL. attended the Shrine Mr. and Mrs. J.V D. Pierce Long Island; a brother; ,Au- .

... Convention in Jacksonville arid children of Hobbs: N. M. gust Matzhoki living in Austria !

rn1pr-... th flaw,. _n..1..f................ 'lrflrp..--_ .Tfll'I'nt___.n .?viCt........,... .v rif.. h4i............. ...and a sister also living- :

,I : ffim mlR f LY-filOON' Wr N.IDIlf{ Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and .aunt, Mrs Edward Burns, in Austria.. J!, Connie Dougherty. officiating.. ,, /r/

niece, Dorothy Jean Mlxon, &rs. Richard C. Williams of S The Rosary was recited at The ,body was sent to Farm.ingdale. -

: i i NoS'HUOO P .f !j n _Bi;. .CA it'LM'Y6 iBJ.au ..= spent Friday to Monday with New Port Richey was last Jones ,Memorial Chapel .in Long Island, N. !'.'

S --....... .iII...... ...r.t1EQI........ ...... ,
.. -.........--tu....1IiJI........- .It SIIIll1llll_ Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn Andersonin Wednesday visitor pf Mrs. Starke last-Thursday .nd.tn- accompanied by Mr. Beltran.
l' Cocoa and Mr. and Robert Barksdale.Mrs. V neral mass was held .Friday !
., 'Lt1 for burial Monday in the NalioDal" -
I Edward J. Schwabb at Merritt! V 0. H Beasley and Mrs.J. morning in St. Edward's Catholic I I_ V j No more messy defrosting
: PL US1' % Island. W. Kinc 1d spent last Tuesday Church' with"Rev. FatherS Cemetery. V 7VV V V I because objectionable frost
4 Ir 'I ,
If ,-" ,1:1:" r tIV V V V )(r. and Mrs; R. R. Hutch-' ..to. Sunday in Tampa visiting 0 t a,1."t. f. ... V_ $ V never forms in either the
Mr and Mrs. C, .C..Hoppe. '-J $ SVV VV refrigerator or the freezer!
ings spent the with'Mr.
weekend V

VI Eastis. and Mrs. R. A. Green In V .Mr. and Mrs..J.. P. ,Blood- WMfflFIRST ) \ VAYMENT ,:_ V__

.l I :. With James St.ewwtrthur Kennedy, ,! Mr. and Mrs.- Tom Holmesof weekend worth and at family Tarpon spent Springs..the' V I I ,I _

: Julia' Adams -totombik. S. C. spent Saturday V Mrs. Edward Bourns, Lucian :PAYMENT IN DECEMBER / q'4

.. and'Rode Hudson V to Tuesday with Mr. Prevatt., and Miss Harriet] ; .Ml _ S SV

I : PLUS'" and Mrs. Glen Moore' ," and" GoOdman attended the staff! Can oil.Bellt This ? : _
: : CAMP CARTOON Mrs. Lois Moore. meeting of. the Santa JFeReesvffie ,. .. S

.. : .. ,-: ;Mr$: E. K. Ferryman rstnr-H: 'iorial rJbl'9.'Y ,. .w. n..4.............._j '.:" V 4i .. ..- V-. -VflV .. ; V'S
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Ada a cam, with fixtures and : :
I ned home,Tuesday from Bap, complete spuc,
: WED., :THURS., FRI.-SEPT. 5 6 7 tist Memorial .J5ospitat"witere: !last-week.Wednesday night .ol Tank-New Rooms, New Roof, Screen Porch,' V _

, : she was. connne'd Trtth a broken -. Gerry Beth Mooty waS any Improvement to your Home. We furnish, : WJI11

: Opening time-Wed. .6; Thms.. 3; Fri. ,6 hip. Mr. and Mrs. Comer hostess! lo seven girt' friends Materials only or Materials and Labor-and no ; Model HJA-UT

: .\ Perryman of, Jacksonvtlle are at a slumber party last JW- Payment -until Dee. ; NOW ONLY

V "7 'Q. spending seeral dais pith day night Games and '' 'RCA WHIRLPOOL
: fARAMOu T re- :
u _Judge. and"Mrs."perryman... .freshments JCALL ESTIMATES
a .'Mt1.R. rv. .... .. were, enjoyed :
":."..1"_m' .1. .. Miss .DeJla. Rosenberg, Mrs.' Mr. and JIrs, J. P. HoUings-- OBLIGATION OR RED TAPE 1

tMf_ Xols .toor. arid ,MrsDesta worth H .Of take City visited:\ J $2 8 888 No-Frost refrigeratorfreezerYou

-Dyal Attended the district B-' 1 *. V : ;
parents, Mr. and .Mis. ]B. Home Owned Home Operated

: ms'PAlKA.'I \yI:meeting at Boynton Beach" R.'Thomu. tm Sunday.'I V I V can make far fewer tuije
.9y r the, weekend. Mrs. Ijorene Smith- f Bell.jsir REMODEL. NOW START; PAYING, V V market with this new RcA WHIRLPOOL in kikbea
year !
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.If.NO *Mr.,..and.Mrsw Preseott'.Gill visited Mrs. L- ; Hntto, if WITH WORKABLE Provides giant fresh food storage with bcshd-capaeity
', have.returned from too weeks a 1dr Tamily last week. '" twin crispers, sliding shelf and super-storage door

;;,1 ..... .. vacation IB ,Louisiana ,Texas, H oydcrosby jr.. iofJacisonvule ..'....& .....:....-.i.-.!. -(l.... L.- V V-.f0'I .it ,J-. '.." V TRADE M"dv .oAluoo.... ... AMJ!, ,nfL-mn _..*_ _' _,.._ t__,_ -A with_ .:L
---J &
IMIIIIIT.. jing Mexico. was vlating lilsparents "zero-degree" freezer.wI4Vd4 .UJtUWl P'&I nuge lOl-ib.
Builders Inc. '
-. V irAwS ..r if,..m ..._uu.-.L1.....o/-._..'..w._,' Mrs Clyde. Sinclair trf Orlando last Mday.iiri. ." Marke Supplies p / V ..... ...
..... u 1AfiiII1' I\t\ muu ::1: Nt DlIEI tIIC3.t ,__IBIEI will spend tfe? wee3t ftrf Calvin Parham fe a d h KA ef WK3UOOI IN. e teA b" WIIittoaI Corpicii ....."octw. "
OP..IIUIIW by Iolit CerpenMM
rf .
,with her mother, Mrs. W. B. medical patient In Bradford AT SAL DEPOT PHONE 964-4201 Alca.

Slade, and family. :234 N.
County HospitaL _Temple Ave.
I' Phone 964-4301

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.I Mrs. George Bishop, Mrs. Roberts,' Miss Sue Jackson, .J Exec Board Aug. 23. : : !
c Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lamar
Recent Bride, Recent Bride Bride-Elect !!Of Junior Women !
.Hall, Brooker, a daughter, Marilyn
Honored At PartiesMiss 4Rr c Honored At TeaA Is Given ShowerMiss To Meet :TonightThe i l Aug. 27. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edward I,

; Marjorie Elizabeth .f lovely tea honoring Mrs. Sue Jackson, whose Junior Woman's Club executive Osteen, Raiford, a daughter I

'. GLADYS MOOTT PHQVE 964-0651 Whitehead whose marriage to i Perman Roberts, the former marriage to Don Ray Tilley board will meet at 8 Doris April, Aug. 27. I II
! Pfc George Q. Bishop Jr. was Miss Sandra Ridaught of Key- will be an event of Friday eve- o'clock tonight (Thursday) at f I If f

I an event of Aug. 25, was feted stone Heights,,. was held Wed- ning at 8 o'clock at the home; the home of Mrs. Lavern Out !
AA ugustMeeting Pellum-Dowling at several delightful parties in nesday night, Aug. 22, at the of her brother-in-law and sister -law. LOUISE STERN'S I I
I W home Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Alvarez I
a the past week. of Mrs. N. S. Dankel II I
, Of W CTU. Held Wedding Party !, Miss Whitehead entertainedat Hostesses were Mrs. Daniel, Jr. on Bayless Highway, was Recent Births !I f
Feted At Rehearsal a lovely luncheon for her Mrs. S- E. Sparks Mrs.,P. T. honored at a delightul bridal STUDIO I 1
The August meeting of the bridesmaids at Strickland's Noun Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., shower Monday night at the Bradford County Hospital announces -'.
WCTU was held Tuesday afternoon I Mrs. Lester Crews gave a Town House in Jacksonville on Mrs. J. 0.L' Gay, Mrs. DavidBrowning F Pine Level Fellowship Hall. the following births: 1369 S. Walnut St.

, at .o'clock in the delightful buffet luncheon at Saturday, Aug. 18. A beautiful b ; Mrs. Ewell Lawson ZFM t. Hostesses: were Mrs. Vernie Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Sil-'. i
Gold House Rest urant. West flowers Mrs Curtis T. Lee. and Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. Bobby Sapp, : REGISTRATIONSATURDAY
J The attractive her new home on Call St. arrangement of summer cox Jr., Starke, a son, John !
, table arrangement fea last Saturday for the Pellum- centered the long dining table 'Glad s Wasdin. ogr- :K rFk' Mrs. James Reddish, Mrs. Bennie Cecil, Aug. 23. : '!
;tared: ': miniature chairs, decora- Dowling wedding party and out' where bridal cards marked the Mrs. ,Nolin greeted the McRae, Mrs. Winfred Tom- ,
Dr. and Mrs. Danilo Zucchelli,
ted:with small flowers, holding of-town guests. places for the nine guests. guests at the door arid pre- linson, Mrs. Dave Paulk, Misses SEPTEMBER 1st. i
Raiford, James John,
a son ;:
t place cards of the absent mem- Artistic arrangements of mix- The guest list included :Mrs.A. r a w sented them to the receiving Carolyn Farr, Janell Bullington, ii i
r berg: These formed a circlearound ed summer flowers were used to: B. Whitehead Srn mother of line composed of Mrs. Dankel, -' Judy Haislop and Linda Sue I ,I t
'- blue vases on imported advantage in decorating the' the bride-elect, and Mrs. G. Q.I Mrs. Leola Roberts, the Thomas.An I I II If f
'I ( pats in the center: of each table. home for the occasion.The I 1 Bishop Sr., mother of the bride- Miss Gwen Wynn groom's mother and the-hon- Judy Ann Vincent attractive lavender and, I
I'J I 25 guests enjoying the groomelect.The Told yellow color motif was achieved I TO THE VOTERS OF THE I
Engagement Told
f t.! Officers were elected for the' affair dined on' the porch and oree.A pink and white motif was Engagement in the lovely flower arrangements -i CITY STARKE
view year and it was decided to I' To Mr. and decorations.! OF }
in the Florida room. former :Miss Whiteheadwas Akridge carried out in the flower arrangements To Mr. Stefanelli party
i 'send .a substantial check to, honored at a miscellaneous used in the party The refreshment table was;; I
I wish to ask for vote and for
I help With expenses of the National shower Monday night, Aug. 20 Mr. and Mrs. Willard &:Wynn rooms. On the mantel in the }.tr. and Mrs. John H. Vincent' covered with a beige lace cloth!) you your support
t ; : Convention, which will,Southside PTA in the Pine Level Baptist of Starke announce the engage- living: room was.. a large fan- OfUS'Iroquois Drive, Paducah, over lavender linen and centered I City Councilman in Group 1 in the election to beheld I

| i :be held in conjunction wltn To Meet Tuesday Church educational building. ment and approaching marriageof shaped arrangement of pink Ky. announce the engagementof with an arrangement of laven-, Sept. 11, 1962. 'I
I : ,the State Convention, in :Miami Hostesses for this affair were : their daughter, Gwendolyn carnations and white gladioli, their daughter, Judy Ann der and yellow zinnias. Balan-I
early in .September, Refreshments September 11 I Mrs._Myrtle Haislop, Mrs. Lucite Doris to Eddie Lee Akridge: with ,smilax extending to the Vincent, to Raymond D. Stef- cing the arrangement crystal My interest is in the WELFARE, I
were served at the close Brown, Mrs. Elva McRae,I'I son of Mr. and Mrs. Broward ends of the mantel. anelli of 707 N. MacMahon St., holders with yellow can-' I
II of; the session. The Southside Elementary Mrs. Bernice Jackson, Mrs. Akridge,. also of Starke. The attractively appointedtea Starke. I dies. AU the appointments were I: GROWTH, and DEVELOPMENT of

I iwThe next meeting will beheld School PTA meeting which fallson Vesta Myrick, Mrs. Mildred The marriage will take! placeat table was covered with a Miss Vincent is a 1961 grad- of crystal. j i
Friday Sept. 28. the first Tuesday night of Sapp, Mrs. Lucile Conner, Mrs. 4 p. m. Friday in the First white hand-made cutwork uate of Lone Oak High Schoolin Appropriate games were! the City of Starke.
J the month, has been pushedup I Christian Church. cloth and centered with an McCracken' County. She has played during the party hours,!!
t I Have you an old refrigerator, to the Second Tuesday of the I, Mary Ella Watterson Mrs. Julia arrangement of pink carna- attended Draughon's Business 7:30: to 9:30.: My\ promise to you is that I will do only those
Mrs. Eloise Starling
J fan or tools which you no longer month for September. The first Mrs. Thelma Conner and H. A. McLeod tions and white. gladioli in a College at Paducah, and also The hostesses presented the; things which are the best for our city as a whole.I .

I : use. Convert them into cashpow. meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. Mrs. Irene Faulkner.A Crystal bowl. Smilax surrounded Murray State College at Mur- honoree with a Corning Ware'I have seen many of you. Many more I hope to

Phone 964-3101 and ask 11, at 7:30: p. m. in the Cafe: yellow and white color Entertains AgentsAt the. punch bowl, with tiny ray, Ky: set as a memento of the occa-i see before election day. Should I not see you before

t 'for classified. torium. scheme was attractively car- Dinner Party sweetheart roses and ribbon Mr. Stefanelli is a 1956 grad! sion. I j I that date I want you to know that I am solicitingyour

-I ried out in decorating the and net bows placed in the uate of Bradford County High Among the 75 guests were' vote and will appreciate it.
( party room for the occasion. H. A. McLeod, superintendentof smilax. Crystal trays and School, and has served two Mrs. J. G. Jackson, mother of
";;Elect a "GOOD-. lAN" for the Job. .I.IJ The refreshment table was the Starke Independent Life compotes held dainty sandwiches years in the U. S. Army. He is. the bride-elect and Mrs. Rob- RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO

I attractive with a cutwork cloth Insurance Co., was host to his cake squares, nuts, and a senior Art major at Murray bie Shaller, mother of the,; Vote For And Elect
and their wives at State College where he will bridegroom-elect.
agents a decorated mints.
over yellow linen and centered [
iri dinner last Thursday! ..Law- graduate in January of 1963.
Seeber D oodmall with an arrangement of steak Mrs. Sparks and Mrs. :
I 1 white gladioli and yellow I night at the Garden Restaurant. son invited guests to the tea Mr. Stefanelli is a member of Zipper Notebooks $3.49 at !
J dwarf mums, flanked by yellow -I. Fred Trainhart of Jacksonville table, and presiding at the Pi Kappa Alpha national social Bradford ::'
FOR candles in crystal holders. was the main speaker I at punch bowl were Misses Mon- fraternity, Kappa Pi, national County Telegraph.
Crystal compotes and trays the dinner party, and special teray Wasdin and Seletta honorary art fraternity, the j
City Council held,dainty cake squares dec- guests were Mr. and Mrs. j. L Thomas. Assisting in servingand Veteran's Club, and the New,. -- ---- -
, GROUP THREE orated in yellow and nuts and Williford, manager of the caring for the guests were man Club at Murray. I
mints. Mrs. Julia Alvarez Gainesville office. The local Mrs. Hazen, Mrs. Wasdin, Mrs. Wedding arrangements are
1 i He Will Serve the City Impartially presided, at the refreshmenttable. agents and their wives attend-' Gay, Mrs. Browning,.and Mrs.Lee. incomplete and will be announced -:

and to the Best of His Ability. The punch table, placedat ing were: Mr. and Mrs Doyle at a later date. of Florida

-. .. ..... ... ,.. ..., ... ..., one side of the room, helda Glover, Mr. and Mrs. NoUn The honoree was presentedwith
il' crystal punch bowl encircled Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Guy a corsage and the sugar Office Party Given '
r. He Appreciates Your Vote and Support with fern and tiny yellow Edwards, :Mr. and Mrs..-Vernon bowl to her chosen china pat- DEPT.

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) mums. Mrs. James Starling Silcox, and Mr. and Mrs. '-Charles 1 tern from her hostesses as a For Miss Jackson, SUCCESSORS TO Robbins

( poured. I Strickland. memento of this delightful occasion. Bride Elect STORE
,tt ', The gift table was overlaid' Punch was served precedingthe i i
with a white lace cloth over i dinner from a punch'.iablein Approximately 100 guests Miss Sue Jackson, bride-eleot,|

t To The Voters And My Friends yellow ed with linen yellow and was center-I 1 the Pecan Room. attended, 'this lovely affair., was.feted luncheon at a and delightful bridal shower officeparty -!i i Ii I Due To The Long Holiday Weekend, As An Added

I Of Our Great City Of Starke crystal holders, Judy Cauffman; Pace 'RehearsalPar"tY, at Tuesday noon in the din- Convenience & Service To Our Customers, We Will Be

; a The ruffle honoree of yellow was net.presentedwith I Is Surprised On; ,'' Was Event ing Administration room of the building.The State. Prison Open Saturday, Sept., 1, Until 8:00 P. M.

As a candidate for a 'beautiful white bedspread 1 15th Birthday : Of Last Thursday 21 guests enjoying the
'- Chief of Police: from her hostesses asa I I affair comprised all of 'the i
memento of fu acctsiatLOne '. Miss Judy Cauffman was Mr.; and Mrs. L W. Pace enttertained' women 'employees of the State]) '-
f 1 am a family man. : M 'U UR.fI.; :H G. >f'... T EUC '...' $ -':
hundred and twenty{honored at a delightful surprise: the wedding party of Prison where Miss Jackson is;
KnQwiug the lose of 'birthdaypasty Vfttotsft 1.1 Caivia Pact ss& bliss L&wSaThomas employed Hostesses for his',
guests were invited to attend [: ,
t -n children (raising four ,\ this delightful affair. night of last week on her 15th! ,-wlUz,'a.rehe4fs.il buffet lovely affair were Mrs. Alice;:' -. *e v d
t of my own) TB have ''anniversary' given by JlsSeSj suppw.at-tte.State Farm Cain Anderson. :rlrs. Ruby VYffiiams,'!
1 f:, the young people at (I Miss Gwen Wynn Bobbie Sue Barksdale and Margaret -)I munity. Club House Thursday Mrs Betty Nettles, and Mrs.|I!

heart at all times. I Colson, and j..- L Dukes..1 evening; Aug. 23. Muriel Gilhooley. I j jAn.attractive

I'll be elected by the Honored At I The party was held' ; In :the ..The clubroom,waS decorated : pink and white BOYS and GIRLS
Florida room of the Cauffmaji with pottedt:palms and crotons, color motif' was' carried out in1 I I New Arrivals!
and I'll be Bridal ShowerMrs. I
people, 'a ,home at 319 N. Myrtle AVe,i iI and ,an-,arrangement of pink the table appointments and in I,!
r Chief of the people, for I where blue and carnations and 'white the center arrangement of:, .99
; : Eva Padgett Rock of pink streattJ.ez:8': : gladioli. SHOES a. w
s the people, and by the Coral Gables was hostess recently -,were used in decorating...The Also at, points of interest were mixed summer flowers. Crystal! LADIES
'- people-being fair to I bridal her'refreshment table was- covered w at a shower at
I ;P all !summer home on Bessent Road, with blue and pink crepe paper and fern and huge wedding and crystal appointments were\i Fall Dresses

n : Your continued support I'honoring her niece, :Miss Gwen- and centered with a blue bells: The individual dining ..used. The 'punch table in the iI I BOYS
is still solicited, 'dolyn Wynn, whose marriagewill and pink iced cake with 15 bles'were overlaid with white dining room also carried out[
A f I the pink and white motif with
candles. The 20 guests'enjoyed damask cloths and centered .
and vote be an event of August 31.
your on Sept.
I dancing during the party hours. with large salad arrangements. pink rosebuds placed around
: 11th humbly asked for. Out-of-town guests included SHIRTS w -
I Miss Brenda Padgett and Mrs.I Judy's mother, Mrs. patricla Daring the evening the bride the punch bowl. 1.1P : Jr'V.4jLong
Mable.Padgett of Miami, Mrs.J. Cauffman, served as chaperone. and groom-to-be presented their The honoree received many ;
Thanks! attendants with personal gifts lovely gifts from the staff em-
C. Wynn, and: Mrs. Alvin
and Mr. Pace presented Miss ployees in the several depart- and Short Sleeve
I i Jacksonville Mrs. MYF Sub..DistrictMeeting
of and
Wynn ,
( ) Jimmie Ritch of Keystone Thomas, with a pearl 'necklace. of the prison. <
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Held Assisting Mrs. Pace were I
Heights. aVr1
I August 20 Mrs L. E. Duggar ,Mrs. H. D..,Services Held BOYS ,
Starling Mrs. Joe Hitchcock,
The Methodist Youth Fel- and.}irs Hi. M. Richarde. Saturday For

I!' lowship Sub-District held its Among the 36 guests were Mrs. Dorko 53 PASTS1.99
T erwillegar'Motors monthly meeting Monday Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Thomas,

night, Aug. 20, in the Worth- parents of the bride-elect. Those Mrs. Margaret K. Dorko, 53,
ington Springs Methodist from out-of-town were Mrs. wife of Joseph F., Dorko of Ivy and Continental Styles
Church. Eula Hagood aunt of the I the State Farm at Raiford

Invites You To The program was presentedby groom, Mr. and Mrs. J. L., died unexpectedly in St. Vin- !'
Lavon Dukes and Phillip Hobbs' and'children Kitten and cents Hospital in Jacksonville BOYS LEVIS, WESTERN
Hampton, both of Worthington Libby, cousins .of the groom, Thursday afternoon, Aug.. 23. ,

S. V JACKSONVILLE Springs, on the subject all of Jacksonville, and Rev.'I Mrs. Dorko'had been a pa- JEANS, WRANGLERS
I, School-Pain or Privilege?" O. B. Hoyman of Cochran, Ga. tient in St. Vincents for one I
day. She was born June 5, 1909 ?
After the program a short ; 7/
H business meeting was held, Diaz de Arce 1 in Margita, Hungary the 1.98i ,
daughter of the late Louis
I GAINESVILLE followed by refreshments.! HonoredAt i
The next Sub-District meeting Family Kallay. and Margaret Nen- .

will be held at Bethel Farewell Party menyi Kallay who resides in i Slims Regulars Huskies '
St.:'. Petersburg. She had been
I Methodist Church in Lake
I Full Run of Sizes in Stock ..
ANYWHERE I City Monday night Sept. 17. Rev. and Mrs. Luis Diaz de resident of the State Farm i ,
,I Arce and family who moved to for the past five years. i iI I It V.

Eleanor: isCelebrates VI Lakeland on Wednesday, werehonored e: Surviving,'besides her mother iJ J GIRLS
il I it a 'fellowship'hour," and husband, is one daughter : 3t A

Then Come See Come !: 13th 1 -**: following-the: ..Sunday, .evening Mrs. Joyce Ann Griffin of ,
I service, in I Birthday Saturday lowship half. en Holeski, Mrs. Ethel Crytszerand

/ check with CLYDE TERWILLEGAR% > The. reception[was given by Mrs; Valentine Marsh, all .
\ ; Eleanor Griffis celeraled'li er the members of; the church of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. 3 to 6x 7 to 14

;13th birthday,on Saturday whenher I with Women's Society 4 and Westeyan -!, Viola Mitchell of St. Peters-
I mother Mrs Woodrow DGriffis '. 4.98| to 12-98
: ;Service Guild In, charge burg, and two grandchildren. 199
i I ,"'gave a party' poi he r of refreshments! The ';refreshwent ,Services were from Jones
$1695 HE'LL MEET $1695 I that 'evening at their home it t:: table ,held| a' centerpiece! Memorial Chapel at Starke on up
!707 ,W. Pratt St. _
of mixed summer'.flowers\ in asilver Btturday. August 26, with Petite Junior Misses
J The' party for ,the 38" guests bowl. Mrs:John R. Brab-] Rev. E. P. Mayton officiating. ; Half Sizes Up To 52
; : FALCON ANY DEALDURING FORD was held' on ,the, lawn where. ham presided at tW Punchbowl Following, 'services the body !
!games and refreshments'.were e tor'bu WD
J I was taken to Tampa -
: SEDAN 'PICKUPCloseOut I enjoyed.; The) honoree received. I t'!,_e de Arce Tamil' received rial at 1dy-t1 ". Bin Cemetery '
I I many' lovely- 'gifts from. .,hfti S. ,' lovely gifts from venal organizations under,'direction ;of ,DeWitt C. Ladies Shoes

i!friends. ;s j of the church. I Jones Funeral'Home of Starke. GIRLS $
Ii Mrs. Griffis' Was i
-sssiatef bj, _Approximately IpO{> | friends 1 Flats, Loafers, Sandals, Heels
:Mrs. Nettie Griffin, MrD0rts i iI ,
and membersofthe| church BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
; : Sale ;I I King,;. and' [M f-s. Ruby., Griffis. tended.. 'i: :F J i at- ; JEANS
j I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Latest
I. '
!Tommy Lyon --.J.: ; f Morning Worship 11 a. m. 199
Recent Birth lw I Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. While They Last! Fall Styles

,Entertains 17 :)fr. and:Mrs. Gottfried Brandies I Prayer ''meeting.Wednesday
ON ; :
1962 FORDS Friends '7:30: p.m.- Rev. R T.pastor. Wili'iS -
; ,. Party ,Jr. ..annoance the birth of! .
I a daughter on August 28 in WORTH'S of Florida ti
[I Tommy Lyon gave a. vteen I Alachua General Hospital
17 NEW FORDS TO CHOOSE FROMYour !party Friday night at his home! Gainesville., Paternal grandparents FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ROBBINS'
:ion N. Church St. for 17 fried, Mr and Mrs. j CHURCH :, successors to .
; ,are G. Brandies -
r A scavenger hunt with prizes,, ,.ST..of Hampton 35ft N. Church: tit I *
games, and refreshments were t H. Walton Grady Minister
Authorized ford Dealer In I!enjoyed during the1 party hoarse,' Sunday School. 9:45 am; Come In For Our Daily

7:30 to 1030.- '\ J ; \ THE RIGHT POINT far the Morning Worship. 11 a.m. i..1AI
Bradford and Union Counties. I Mrs Neal Lyon'.was: a.ssf.stelby t [ay -in" ,tRi\ ; -;Cae IB and Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m. Unadvertised Specialsr.'il

: Mrs.V. A. Nichol:'.to Mryinjirefreshmeats. : elect 'year faraiie ESTEEBKOOS Thursday Choir Practice
Fconttia Pea. TELEORATE.

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: ': J ..' :: ;' .5-V-... _.; _,....... OF APPLICATIONFOR 'aOflCE

4 : ,:,..I ..,' W4aotC : : 1 I: .V'd V VV V S t'I:N gt oman T.4K DEE, f' I

"-' : V : Former's DmryBy t \\ft *t' $* I Se*IS. 19Vl.lo.NOTICE HEUEHY. F.x. GIVEN.

I i : that Maude Rod"n the hnM..r
: :. "I ,: HQSnitjilized Ry of the, fallowing! l"flrtifkates
Sam )t McHarf has filed said certificates fortss .a

",' Anybody Wanna! Helpen$l Me t q : ** tie, i ..:... V t d.>f \ : : to himnt's 'no game, The certificate numbers! and

} > I says -wryly: "You're bound to, Aitto AcdjbdlltV years tiun of of the issuance the desrrij-'
Pdto I : ( property and IM! >
To The Bowl ? .
Orange : kts VS j .; names in which it was assessedare jyjb/fKYd
: r V V- i-i- 1 1'i S I as: folluxvs:
'i. OrtifU-ate No. 10 'Year of isSt1Cflt" -
I 1I See where the &>min l s :i 1'60.
he : \a. 4 I'm a member of the BHS Band and : I -okn in 4lie EverglaSes haveJ)i Negro woman, Alfreda Dt I'j-l'liOI1 of Property I l.t
15 ft. :NMS by loo ft. -;&\\ L"11d
I've been invited to march'in the Orange ,. ini 'WiJh1J!! tina Green 39
,, : a 'prediction, hased tin was en X by TrE'mart.nnp.. on S by t"tl t 0'p
;; Bowl Parade in Miami next January Ithink \ I "' 1gn-;" that a Vrvew' hurri- : }hospitalized: Tuessay after the Jrwl-n: tm K by hwy :r.Ol onV \\a- :_ V i'g
.5 V I 1>v city property I Set23! T 5 J S;
C 'e' ': ..you'}! agree: this! i is quite-an V honor J'I fan J seasonis; :-in prospect.Lofs } ; 1957 Docse; sedan in which H 2* =::. ,.< c ( tAt

for {Jut band :as well as Bradford, Comity Ths worst of :.the, sunnmer is ', of pnoilei"p'KhiT' ) >ool.a.t'as sfhs '..u-a via passenger ran off fl.ftVfl X-uno in \vhiih assessed L'n- : !

over with .no\\., and. folks will, ch id know of u. : 301 north struck a ciiiS F #
but :
i! -\.k and IM like to accept the !invitation we All!! t>f said property bf'in intIw 't5--;; VV\
be boay, again stirring'groundand.matin &m. roth who are taking veit. .and ran into a pine tree, C'-iiDty of Dradford. State
f : % -if J\O sib1e. : ,:' 'i."1 'rida.tnc .
rf.ady. for brry.bcds. .' according to 'Trooper L. N.
: ? tt"Wiin1: -1f. n "are planningto'srt : such certifioates trhall fw\\
: :\ V : But there's a little mattP/-or $ .OOQ Spine pi-last year's, ; 'ihclr ,cern In early. i L Fwrfcrpf: the .Roilda Hl h. '... rru tml'd aoi-ording to law
4 V ] 'like that of'Oscar :* ; "* |! way-Patrol. th- property dosi-rilwd in suh
:% V V j:4 that must DP taken care of before I and planting : r'Ui.lItEO or rertiffrale' will be ,

'4 VV V : V V the .rest of my hand buddies. can make :.Catt' .' ,',have been cah'ied over Isn't .the 'cnrpe myrtle-, 'a 1-.According to information court:*,<-.><\ tn house the 11ight'"tIidd"r door on the at first the, t :, vae.'i.. :; .,, :: V. V
: V the
: iha't trip ( and. so thereont 'be ;; ight these days? It keeps!t from the Bradford County Monday: in Month -of October.
V : problem of settingr new plants j HgVon Dooming tmti furniShIng i I Hospital l Mrs. Green has deep 192: which is the lt day uf 0tnh..r. \:-
.. | 1G2.iIatVet : : .
V 'Kbw that :school .is starting next j, iaceiations
; :
V i of the
V : V a beautiful patch of color scalp this 20th day of Au- Everybody
V 'Ifa
VJ week", our friends, the Band Boosters, Farmers voting this week :!: urlng"the time when'the.rest, i forehead. Mrs. Green's brother gust, 1.
L V ,are-making. a drive jto,raise that 3.OO1) for the ,ASC committee, the ; of thC shrubs and ilowferi, have Joey Saxton Bass 56-year-old CHAnLES Clerk of t' t'ruh\ DARBY Court, of

},i V; to,send us to Miami.. It'll cost' about $45 local, group which ministers i!! craned! tff all. activity. because; postal clerk and his daughter ,i-23:; 4t Bradford 913Ofll'F. County. Florida
V V r 4. for each the agricultural programs Joyce Bass, 10, 'were treat V V
I n! band member to. make the trip. ,bZthhe t- Rp2cIs
V in this section. This BroUp I'a'l the'hosiital 2nd released. 'V
I .. V V, V Wouldn't you like to 'send meor'at t serves without pay 61 any Rotarlan \ An three' are from 'Washington :\ OF PUCATIOX 4iII ""' w w' ,V ) :,. .V,.. .

J 4 least ,"half of me" (for $22.50)-50) kind sri3 'are to be commended :S eetlhtory' 1)). C. Foil TAX JIEK11Se :

I you can' ?ee me struttin' my stuff on for their contribution to P1th I Bass driver of the car, had .VOTIfE
: 4 V TV next New Year's Day? i the public welfare 1 ,'3 been driving all day before that Ray A. fox the holder The Telegraph
V f S I "f the following verlifuatissnas
OnFelepho esi
the accident teok place at filed said certificates for a
1\ If,so just1' slip contribution in approximately -
I V your
I f This week while studying t i i/ IRk deed to bf i i'llffl thereon.}
J '1 an envelope and mail it to the Bradford the map of Florida at the i A coler film entitled, "Be I Ij 2:45: p.m. Tues- The l''rtif tatt1111l1lLtr? and
I ,, i day and apparently dozed off years of iatjuanc. the description
J I Band Boosters in cafe of Bradford time it. was: admitted to the i Independent," telling the stoQ,1!' at the wheel, Fowler said. The t of the property) and the- Each time The Telegraph goes to
this |lot 'the nation's many : names in which it was assessed
County High School! Union noticed that section -
I v independ.\\ mishap took place 4.5 miles ale as followsCVrtificate V
I I i ..1. was then in Columbia i ent telephone north of Starke as the car :>\0. 49 Year of Issuance i press WITHOUT YOUR AD, you
196VteicrtptIon; !
V. County and that no Bradford shown atthe Retary Club Wed-, I

Better Trained Sales People towns of today were'in- exist- nesday by H. A. Bishop Jr.. of was The traveling Dodge left south.the road and ; at XE: Cor. of SEV of, Property, (If XEI,.Beg.run are missing the opportunity to place
ence at that time (or, at least, Stark Telephone-. ,, ii53: ;; ft. S :320: ft. to TOB th.nE
hit the culvert, tearing the 130: ) ft. S 50 ft. W ISO: ft. X 50 '

Mean More Cash In The Till not shown'on t .the "map]. and Tbe. film showed of the growth small underside of the par. includ- V ft. to POB in See.which 28! T assessed SS R 22 L E.Xame 1aHlckll' your sales talk in 3,200 homes in

__ .'L development a : in'.the'motor: completely out .

j Untrained.employees are costing, the were trained to be of maximum service I Micanopy Shown were and Newnansnue Port Whit,!I manual independent switchboard! from tne to the earnest cut- before lit stopped 'against a the All County of Mid of property Bradford.being State\ : in V Bradford, Union, and Clay .Counties

American retail industry an 'estimated and assistance to each customer who pine tree approximately 50 of Florida. V
and Whitesvilie and Garey'sFerry dver to the latest in 'electronic Unless such certificates\ shall
$3 billion in lost sales annually, according walks in the door! Without doubt, the tooth :at present day equipment-: his closing remarKS feet further on, the trooper be redeemed according to law .
I stated. He estimated the car, i ita the property described in such
to recent studies. increase in annual l gross sales, if this Middleburgl, V and Alligator Bishop said 'that DDD total loss, was worth $800. certificate or certificates will be

This :shocking statement gives add- were the case, would he substantial.In [ t now Lake City].- Lake' Santa i direct distance dialing) wouldbe AH three sold to the highest bidder at the
r werebut
court house door on the first V
*emphasis to the importanc of the bringing the Sales Clini to fie was shown is AcfuQla possible for telephone users of the car' when he arrived -Monday in Month of October V You're missing the opportunity to

i C four-day, sales clinic, sponsored by the Starke, our Retail Association is performing Lake, and Indian name meaning ;- in Starke by the fail of 1961 Fowler said, but didn'tJknow 1962: ,which 1562.Dated : .is the let day of October -::
J Starke Retail V Merchants Association, a most worthwhile service, tithe reed.,0.? vine. t 'wtf to the film 'shov.'ingV.r whether they had been this 20th day of Au- : reach more than 10,000 potential
S S El-'SIstrunk: ;; A .new member gust, 1962.! : i
:\ 'hich will have its first session here merchants and, their employees. Dr. "thrown put or not: Bass told CHARLES' A. D.\1Br, I

:fiext Tuesday night. in the high school Frank Goodwin of the University of ments Of course in this there area'were at settle-the (;brief the high description school faculty of the gave objectives :a-:Fowler he was traveling ap- !' Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court Florida of consumers, since each paper is read

auditorium. Florida, who will conduct the clinic, prpximately.55 mph and said S-23:! It '-13 ,
: time near present day .tarke, of-the new Amencai smI's.communsm"
-- The : a nationally known speaker and an acknowledged that' he woke up before hit- t by more than three people. (Someare
report was recently published out at New River,.and Brooker, course which I II' ting'the culvert but didn't try !

,in a book. and the authors advocate leader in, his field-sales-i and at various places where I'all Florida schools by state! to ,
dodge it for fear that he AOTICE
:-more; training and research in store manship. Happily-he is as entertain-j the Newnansville-Black Creek .*aw, miiat offer starting this would turn the car over. August 7, 1962I even passed from family to fam-

:management and salesmanship. Callinga ing a's' he is instructive, and those who; road ran through the SE partof S fall. Mr. Sistrunk will teach I: I till, Randal oT F.Starke Chitty, Mayor by of
spade a spade, they declare that attend his sessions will laugh as they this county the earliest {idle course :her, ,. and- :said-that, 'virtud City of: the- authority vested' ilv--a--)) Through---j-- ... no other medium can
Spanish eveningsesstoiis' will "also 'be I.hi me .11-) l law. do hereby call an
was supposed to be a I
:?Skle&. clerks, on the whole are uninformed I'. i ii offered must be in writing and must 1 election, to be held at the Fire
about what they I selling learn.The four sessions of the clinic mission located sotnewhreriar in order.to acquaint' the state the place! or residence and .Station: in the afoiesaid Town you reach so many at so little ex ,
are are the junction ol the San adult population with tne course post-office address of the claim- V by qualified voters o"5i Tnetida) .
are not interested in what the customer spaced over two weeks so that everyone i and New River, and i its,aims. ant and must! be worn to by September 11..D", U'62, for I
ta Fe River .
the claimant his agent or his the pur-pose of electing the following For as little as 90 cents you
wants,. and are indifferent to the can attend with a minimum of interference which later was named Low- It was :announced that V District -. attorney, or it will become void officer: V pense.

'possibilities of a sale." j t t'Ot with other activities. Pro- fher's Creek. Governor William, J..Barn, .' according-.July 26, to 1i6.V law.:!. I CHIEF For Gus OF POIJCE Year.GROIP1. can advertising into -
while should V V -- RUDOLPH H. BRYAN your message j
The authors declare that cus- prietors certainly attend the rick of Jacksonville would- pay; j :
I Rudolph >> Bryan Executor ONE ALDEflY.X.For .
wjomers'may. buy more today than ever* sessions themselves, as well as encour- However, the earliest settle- nia official l visit to the club onSept. ; ,ot the Estate of Mat II. Two Year homes. Postage alone ,
-before, '.they suffer greater ,inconveni- aging, their employees to ,do .likewise. ments were a hazardous affair 26.XOTICE. First Bryan! publication, deceased.on Aug 16, V ONE ALCF.RMAX.For
r rice while shopping, and almost as inteI1lorwhoiS} worth' his because in one treatywith 196:. V Two Years. card the
? "jay) the'IndIathis land I .. 8-16 4t. 9-f GROI'P S a government post to same
:::inany sales lost as4 are"-made" be- -( -1 ""f''I'! '' VOTIE S ,. ,
are heck ;will want to ,improve his selling the.west.side of the I OXELDERI.X. < 'IV jW *

'(*Jause! of: the. ineptness, of store' < per- and .serv e' 'techniques--rort'' 4mly* for lying St. Johhs on River ris allocatedto FOR APPlilCATIOJT TAX DEED NOTICE OK IS SliER HEREBY IFF'S GIVEN SALK I' Ia.per For
sonnel. his own benefit, but also for the benefitof the redskins, and' ;:it took a I See. lB4.lt. F.SNo1.lc1 that of I,Bradford P. D. REDDISH County,as Florida Sheriff -, I 1 Mrs Mr. R Margaret(.C. "Pee F-lanketifihip AYee" Dumpier

:. "A sizeable-sum could be added to his employer,,as 'well hs the buying I hardy ,soul to dispute the IS HEREBY GIVEN under and-by virtue of an Alias i Mrs. Ernestine DenmarkMr.

;I the gross national product* if present public. This is an opportunity; that will claim:l with the "Seminoles. 1 of that the Charles follotrtajj Hardy certificates tie holder ''I Writ out of Execution of the Circuit heretofore Court Issued of- I, Mr.. Charles Albert Foster Hardy V But whether you've got 9Q cenjs or

:handicaps to purchasing were overcome not present itself ,agai t least for. a S I has tax filed deed said to be tertificate8 issued, .thereftnj for?*.t.tj I and the Eighth for Alachna Judicial County Circuit, Florida in- Mrs.Mrs. J.Peggy E. Hardy Shaller V

...by more widespread":.employee training," long time to come. Starke, and the We can't help "running off The certificate numbers!! and; in that certain" cause wherein Mr. Ray Stone $90 to spend on your advertising
at the mouth" "about the early years of igsuam,:the flfrstrlj The Florida National Bank at Mrs. W. I). Thomas
::Jhe report declares. businessmen and employees [who make j tion of the V
section for property and the Gainesville, formerly Florida Mrs. Owen" Vaughn
this ,
In this connection, who knows how their living here, wilhbe the losers if history of names in which it was assessedare Bahk at Gainesville was Plain I Mrs. Betty Blackburn (Alter- message, you can still get tie MOST
I. as you inay easily surmise, we as follows: x tiff, and John Boles Construction. nate)
I :much better business'would be in Starke .full advantage; of this opportunity is think)it exciting and informative. -1 Certificate. No. 48 Year of Issuance Inc., a Florida corporation, I, Mrs. Katherine Chism (Alternate -

:jf the sales people in all our stores not accepted.Learning For instance, we have'a Description 13? of Property rf'A S and*,John the Final Boles Judgment, were Defendant being- : In testimony) whereof I hereunto FOR. YOUR, MONEY" in the' / columns" '
'idea that the Federal in STY .Cor of E i of SEU of fet $3,136.70, btingdated May subscribe my name and ;
good SEU! ex-Hy $ec. :27 T 6S R 226. 'a. l981i and being recorded in j S cause the seal! of the aid town
We're .. ..., : \1M'. "" '_ troops came right through our Same in which Assessed Lawrence 'Oiflelal'Record Book 140, Page 'I to me hereunto affixed this the of The Telegraph. What would you
I : To Live "r :. ......i':.!. .. ;" ;.l"j, land on ,a foray which ended All 6f F. Lamee. Sr. 38* of the public records of Ala i j 7th day of .\u ust, '-.D.. 1962. t
said being in chua ,
property County. Florida said Judgment (OFFICIAL SEAL)
..,..-.h'.. -" at Gainesville, and we have the County of Bradford Stateof having b I Without, fhffafidnTAofsAv.// two halves of what appear to Florida. .. ;;1 I c: .L. Brice and Alias Execution 1 Attest:
Unless such certificates shall F r issued thereon have levied upon ,
I be cannonball, of that time. be. redeemed according i .to-law i I..aH of the right, ,title and_ interest MERRILL EDWARDS, V week?
r .. tile property described, In. acertiflCale I of John Boles in the following I City Clerk.
Per Jacobss, respe ted managing the ec6n6my\\ was -suoj ted to in the t SHad I 'or rertificates will.ti:e described property to-wit: I 8.9 St I-G
Director< of the International Monetary administrations prior to Kennedy's. In a, treat.this week: ,a sold to the highest bidder*f the1 I '1 Spreader 4>ox, Model RIBS
of okra, court house door on the ;first. ** \0. FRS744minus i
Fund, doesn't.'agree that the. U. S. is fact, a rise of so small an amount has mess tender young 1 Monday In''Month ot October, ( motor) >
cooked a short time tn,watu 1962 w.h (:the-lst-day{ of <>4- V 1 Diesel Caterpillar Pulley Ii
heading into recession. What the been in few KEEP A YOUNG AND PROGRESSIVE
a seen only a equivalent timesin to which salt had been added tober, ml-' Block
:American Dated this 20th day of. August V IjSteam cleaner suver'lIolux
is is V ,
actually doing .recent ,
economy history. "
and then: dipped, fy .melted ; 162. V "v: '--1 Grease gun for heavy equlp-
:adjusting to the shock sf : without A. DARBY ". meat, Model
"living Foi1 years, business men-and'econo' butter. Now Sam knows why CHARGES Clerk of Circuit Court of .,. I Flower take off 7149 | MAN IN OFFICE

t >> inflation says Mr. Jaeobsson, and mists were crying put in anguish that hilsV father, ifoo bore -the Bradford Countt FldrldY 1 ( ,' 1, Dragline ball weight I I L
"expresses Lee I 8-23 4t J-13 V V ,3 Caterpillar Rollers .
S ; :hope that the Kennedy adhtinistration inflation was the real 'en my of this proud namt .Robert's: ; 1 Rudomatic tag line Model V V :: '

: .- through tax credits to nation, and it must be halted in order and who -was -born and reared I 63* SR No. A14254 j' ,
In-Fayettesville, Te n". used 4S Tra.dc pin assembly
I j business, .depreciation allowances, and to avoid national 'catastrophe and chaos the V taste of I IJT Cot;! Tr Jt'DGE'S: COCBT.IV ;i .I Diesel fuel portable hand
Ij f lax reform, can ease the shock and to exclaim over A.\D FOR BRADFORD,, pump !
4 by som WierS twist of the :
okra. I COUXTV. FLORIOt.V : [that on September 10, 196:!, be-
psher in'ft more steady.expansion. V tween thfe legal hours of sale, ,
I facts, when President Kenhedy'effec- S S SS In re: Estate of "
4 V via. 11:00 a.m. ahd 2:60: p.m. 1i
M. Bryan, deceased. :
I The soundness 'of Mr.: Jacobsson's tively halted another spiral I of infla- We watched the woodpeckers -I SOTICR-'TO CREDITORS ttamely 12:00: o'clock noon, on V '' ..

I r :views are, born out in recent reports tion by forcing a cut-back in steel > around our place with in- : Mal All M.creditors Bryan,of deceased the estate are of Bradford,said day County.at the Florida.Jail Yard I will of\ V5S ,

that: show a remarkable stability in consumer prices, he was accused of being "anti- terest. We've seen -the downy hereby notified and requIresfile 16 offer for sale and BU to the VI
bidder for cash in hand ;
I ; prices, as well as wholesale business." How mixed up can you get? and, the,hairy ones, the flick- :'I' any they claims may nave or' demandswhich against j l taU:"the right, till and interest'
I prices. The threat of. endless inflationis er.- red-bellied. sap-sucker, said estate ef th* office of th! '.of John Boles in and to the 4V '
; But it. is encouraging to note, that : copnty judge Of BradfordCoun; l above, described property. j
the giant
t definitely ',at an end, and the stock in spite: of biased propaganda' by anti- red headed and even : ty Florid, ,in the courthouse! Dated tnia 6th day of August. Vote For! Re-Elect!
pfleated, which is crow-sized at Starke, Florida. within six Uti 5. ,
\ market baA.apparently been weathered. administration ,the date 1' D REDDrSI", Sheriff |
writer .; the public has and. has i -large flamlng-red ,icrest. calendar wombs (ruin. .
The 'consumer of the ffrstptiblicatilon tif this V Bradford County. Florida i
: V V pfJ index. stood at net been fooled. A 'recent Gallup poll .-Now.-;we've learned that notice. Each claim or demand By Jean Walnwrieht.
: 108 when :President Kennedy took ofice'and V ; 8-9 4t 8-10 _
; ; showed that a large,majority of. Amen.ca come of'them -have tongues i ,

( today it; is, 110.2. This, is a,8malllncr s. refuse to believe that "President t bur-tunes the: length of :their i J V'
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: sp, bf course!-and it means Kennedy is "anti-business. It's beaks, and we're going'to keep i :
that, dollar has lost 5 nice to 'a' lookout to .these tlylnzanteaters' ) THE!! PERFECT HOST *
I every ,about cents know that in, spite: of-jail the tripe that' see "AiMq-( $ ,
I :In 'purch sing'pOer.\ But : .in actfon.- 'I .
it is not inflation has been 'writt rl-"you can't fool all ,. :,.. : ; '
in the' economic sense, such as of the ,:.people all 'of the j.
., time A cattleman we met recently ,

_SJ.1 /' -. : claims' that, raising cattle :

Orientation Set Jord High School social studies ly invited to attend the lectur-1 1I is ,the only agricultural pur- ,

I V Eor Public"OnComm instructor Walter Sistrunk e$,. according to Program Director wit! which is .nbt a gamble f

beginning September 10 att:30'in L.- H. Gibson.! It'c a- sure thing;; according:
riism' Course' : the auditorium of theUSO
t I ft.13 expected teat tt'I Win
f\ : Building. Carl H
4. I take urst
- I ttro-hour lectures to :
:..A public orientation to. in-. .Action ,by the Florida Legislature -''I 1 present aD facets of the Jaycees To Serve :.. .'

I ;;Iorzn citizens of the content requires that the I course. Membership for the Labor Day Coffee iI

I *$f the new, Americanism vsti I.course be taught in all public 1 Initial l orientation will be limI ;
solicit vote and for re-election
I am taking thk opportunity to jour support my
f > I schools] this All BHB to 23 MVStf Measilre: S .
____ Communism required year. se- persons but repeatS to jour: City Cooncll, Group %. -
1 taught- in all Fwrida schools --XUQES will be taking: the course courses are planned"If inter. During the two yean I have served on your City Council, I have worked to the
"Hot Coffee for Tired Tour-
irf I aM their V best of ability endeavoring to serve ,'po,- the people of Starke in au effIcient and
1 hls year ,, be held by Brad- parents are especial- est holds up. I V ists" is the Labor bay project i I my
- I economical manner and always carrying: out the duties of my office at the bualnm.V
I.-: V V of.: the Starke Jaycees, with : \lhltillt Is-y ur bnsinesu.JS'ot .

.I = S THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TJr.Wayne' Whiff u project V oaly have worked with' the citizens. of Starke who needed assistance of

Ei ESTABLISHED isr V" V V ,,chairman., V the City Council la ODe manner or'another, but also with civic Organizations!'Including
._...._ S V V V .._h ___. __ ..' .' V The Jaycees! will operate''atrailer _. .'r : '\ f the Garden Club and Recreation .Department., helping to .promote the beauty of the V

,.... Florid*'! M .t weayw oiiLLS.3O1.. front of; S except for nc most important factor. town as well as helping tor provide' reatl for our young people.I .

::: : Newjper..PnbIt4 .. the high! School from 2 p.m. '; 'ROACHES, the household 'pest V"mart, feel that my tioyear record speaks forJtself in that I have' tried to carry out

t :; : I ,Pt E S S ..tuaalJ, U&4et' The. kM. ; till 12 m1 _I f ,..It :\ V r ,.'Oil V H..t11t &V fov thejmrpose .of serving free V V : for re-electioa as I humbly ask yiw t, check. tie two years I have nerved you

_ -1 S V coffee Cokes, and doughnuts'f ; i V. S Perhaps sht should J hove called for a sod then, deride who can best serve yon for the next two years on your City Council.
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1' 11t V* V ASV 1T.O! *E: MATTHEWS' to "tired tourists"; who are ,- free :totfrrote. .it wouldn't hove happenedr -' ; ;Sit h tty intentton to see each-of >'ea,'pers.wiaHy, before the election, hit in the

c : .event..I fail to see you please don'tho1dft, against me. I will-appreciate your vote
traveling through st rke. "
: : and active support.,
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Editor t&4 Owner
F ..... V .'$."! ,-" ,According, to Chairman ;
I .. ... SUBSCITONVVftAtES V V .v tWniffen. the project isfor Thankyeu.'V V
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--* ) SincerelyvCARL
l V hTa&tAau, *- ft OUTtlOI TlUBf ARC "V'j S
'VeL: the purpose'of reducing accidents -I !
:: ( .. eHE' YUR q'. ; .; LOS ONE YEA ft.MtiX HURST.V V

... MONTHS 1.79 SUC MONTHS S &,00 n4he-highway during ; ..ci llAJ.lfJ. I .

-, .' T .. S !:.oo THRCX I..ISKadi the holidays by serring. coffeeto VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT CARL HURST-GROUP
4 i'l w: Pb11s1ed : Thursday aid Entered- as Secead'a.i: $- V those who might be suffering -* 539 E. Call St., Sfarke Phone 964-3965 2 VVI

:: M taM rwt otflc* Kt Starke, 11&. itader Act tt Marc S, IEII from travel fatigue.V i t. "1 1 V ___ V F (Pd. Pol.V-- Adv._) V _V -


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'. Assistant Pastor:t Esterbroak Cartridge and County Florida up IB 1.......( of ;'
,'" \t Fountain PMIS "8195* $2.95 l'j! pujlieiuiott of this not if, Uie

Of Methodist $3.95 at 'Th TELEGRAPH, j jOMCnof fictitious name. of noBBIXS'DKPrtnTMK

I Church. Leaves I II I.\i .}. *R f W&' :tUARD' 'UNI1 .UAB. l :RG "PR U T A :lil Olf :\ 1\TR\TIO\ I'; which,KlH nt's,' at xvt 111 are 1::T.engaged Call ST'Onluudtr St..in Sturke. busi- ;i I

?? '+ .s:: .: 1 Al .,..- RCGISTPK 1-MtJTlTIOlS N\>HJ: Worth (V. Florida Inc 'o Arthur -
Rev. Luis de assistant j .L s 'r U"entr'by Kin that the lUms. 114 ( Av<
Arce undersigned under tlu provision. S-9 4t b-::O
pastor of the First Methodist .- of Chapter 20 q 5:":. I,'.\\'" of Winter Raven Florida: cxvneri'a'fd .
Church Florida, Acts of 1941.! mil reg- i th.- '1.1 Ji.v; of Augilst
and his family moved t ..';<" v.'Itti the Ofof! tnr 1.1' A.O. IH.! at $:arke, Hradfol
to lakeland Wednesday where) i a <>1!''t Court: tn and f<'r Kr3dford.r ,' ,n.tt. Ktorlda '
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will the'Deutmentot .
teach in z t ----
Religion of FloVida Southern i The Ci='zen j and Voters
College and be Minister of T3cU
ucation at the First Methodist! x 1\-2\ of: Ti e Cil" of Stark: I
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; $ %
Church in Barton + ? b YM r R .
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Rev. tte Arce wve to.St"'**
of "Flnr'c
: People : ?
in April.; 1931 after he was a .
It surronndm** t ;
exiled from his hO"1pT1"Cuba t # t and:! :r
e ,. w. e ritcry have virtual::
by Prime Minister Fidel 1 v
Castro's regime. Prior to leav- ij r. $ 8 + ). draped me to 1 h? a

- i 5ag Cuba Rev us Arce ..vas #. y ,F candidate for City
V ExecuUve Secretary of all the: a $ 3s OonnrUnrn, in (;Iroip:

u Methodist Churches' Cuba and: R r s X3' Two Therefore. I

taught at the Umversityof{, 'ave t this day (Tues'

, Havana. .-', R. 1
A farewell reception for the'f!l. -
f my qualifying fee a family ook) place! at the First; 4' 4r
: ? : kri T ; candidate! for this
Methodist Church here Monday j: : w a :

Il, night. I!i wr a office.I .

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been (-*
have = cressful -
k in mv own 1,
c7 buin I feel that I
II -Rfcv. ,* E. Norman castor i a s ss. r
Sunday School. 10 am'' $ the city needs business i-
I Morning' Worship, 11 a. m.!;' people in its
Training Union 7 pm. Eve-|: { ,, xA +v6 S' business executives,

I ping Service, 8 pm. Prayer ti.k .. who understand the
I Meeting: Wednesday. 8 p.m.I i
w M3 every_ i&v auu ft 3d needs of the people. Persons; who are fair and im I
J Thursday, 8 p.m. This old photo, somewhatthe proprietor of Morgan's Store During the North-South other an infantry unit knownas partial-not greedy for filthy lucre; who are willingto
Mrs. Pearce 74 of the Madison Street Baptist;' worse for age, shows j and" the last man is unidenti war, starting in 1861, units the Home Guards This latter work for the best interests of all cutting cost
PENTECOSTALHOLINESS (!Church in Starke, and the Starke's "Home Guard" unitas I organized in Starke served is the parent unit of the
I' fied.Starke of government to the minimum, building good will,
CHURCH Services.Held I Daughters of the American it appeared, complete with' has had its civilian-! with the Confederate Army present National Guard com- i
dress uniforms and mustaches I in hard-fought : Starke. and has direct and using economy, courtesy, and cooperation in I I
32ft W. Brownlee St. Last Friday |Revolution. 1i i ii II \ soldier organization since t i various cam- pany in a
Sunday Scnoo) 10 a. m. in the 1880's. I paigns. For some years after i history from that time office. !
two sisters,)
Surviving are Seminole Indian War
Morning Worship) 11 a. m ;1 Mrs. Nell Williams Pearee,i Mrs. Alice Baker of Jackson! From left to right are:1'! days. '! the Civil War the South was until the present. Your vote and support in the Sept 11 ElectionI'
Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p. Capt. R. C. Heiberger, Lt. Owen Long before the Civil War, denied the right to organize With the outbreak of the
.74, widow of the late Rev.!iMlsj., and Mrs. Clara Gordon,] I : will be deeply appreciated.
A. A. Henderson tan '
m. Wednesday Pryer Meet Chicago Ill.Funeral Owens organized groups of militia groups of militia. but this rule Spanish American War, a-
7:30 m. Saturday John West Pearce of Starke, I early Starke photographer], S. served here as "Home Guards",
ing :
p. services will be held was relaxed in the early 1880's round the turn of the century,
Youth Service, 7:30 p. m. died in a local hospital Wednesday -t i i i M. Wells I Seaboard conducter [comparable to today's National '
David T. McOhee. pastor. morning after an extended -'at 4 p. m. Friday in uivladi1' here at that time], next,, Guards], and volunteered and two organizations were the Starke unit was reportedly -
illness. She was born in,;son Street Baptist Church with;( man [at break' in photo], is for service in the Indian formed here at that time. One the first in Florida to volunteer (Pd Pol. Adv t ti trY
THE RIGHT POINT for lhway e 1 Croydon led. on May 23 1888 Rev. W. M. Dunagan officiating., unidentified; Edgar Johns, wars. was a, cavalry unit and the its services. i,

f yon write Come In and and had been a resident: of Burial will be in Crosby Lake ofi i ij A.-E. Moitt- __ (early blacksmith.' ].;I I -,-- ,- __........,..,c__ """' "__ I
select your favorite ESTER.Starke for the past 15 years. Cemetery j! under direction John Hall William Agin [machinist -;
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-. Mrs. Pearce was a member'DeWittC, Jones Funeral Home. with F. C. & P. Railroad !

GRAPH i II I ]; Elmer Alvarez, fireman'; ,

with FC&P, J. W. Morgan,


Negro Jailed

I Carl Lamar Johns L "n'rr I! ,,:For Three Stealing Cars !

i Eddie Lee Stone, 20-year-;i I

CITY GOONCILMAN ,old Starke Negro, spent two : .
4 { ; busy days this week during ;
i which he stole three cars I IIi 300 COUNT BOOK

I FOR CITY OF STARKE-GROUP ONE Ii 1! from Noegel's Auto Sales on i iI
North Temple Avenue in:
I : Starke, according to the Brad '

'i',, OF BHS ATTENDED UNIV. OF FLA. : ment. :

The young Negro is now !I ,
For Progress and Development VOTE- :, lodged in the county jail under -;
and four warrants -I! C C
$1,500 bond
Exercise Your Right i three for car theft and,!

!i one for destroying private I I

'J ; property, signed against him. I S 98c VALUE e 1.29 VALUE
Go Forward With Johns I Stone began his escapade ,
Sunday afternoon when he|
i Hear Carl Lamar,Johns over Radio WRCR Friday at 5:00 P. M. I I first sole a 1953 Chevrolet and'!

drove it to Keystone Heights I; -.
and back. Then a friend offer-I: Only !JIr Only 3TREMEDOOS

rI I ed to pay him for a ride to i
F Ocala and Stone took him up.
I On the way he was stoppedby I
a Bradford County deputy i i

Qualified And Experienced sheriff who made him park i
the car beside the road for !I
Man In Office : having no license. Stone said i j
; ij he had just bought the car j
from Noegel Saturday and had :
Re-Elect >J s. no papers on it yet. Ii j DRESSES

I I I I I The youth's father went afII 'I
Y i ter the Chevrolet at the depa-I
6 rr > i| ty's request and drove it back ;
;r= I to Reno to the Stone home. I AND
I 1 Later Sunday night, when the : S .
elder Stone was in church,(
i Eddie: drove the car almost to j I
!' where he had stolen it and I II GIRLS '
took another car, a 1950 Buick. \: DUNGAREESAT
I 1. 11 I. He drove the Buick around*f fI FOR

I CHIEF OF POLICE I for a while and managed to i iI ,,
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i run into and tear up the I'I'I BOYS 1 t
wI planter at the south end ,of. .' .
am earnestly soliciting jour vote and support In my bid for Re-Election as j I the Gold House Restaurant"on I'I'I LOWEST PRICES

Sour !Chief *f Polir. I Temple Avenue. Stone then '.
During the past year I have served as your Chief of Police I feel I have served :. drove the Buick to Lawtey
where he ran it into a canal)Ii
you capably and In an Impartial, fair and honest manner. I hate catered to no group wrecked'
; filled with water and I
or faction, and my department has worked to keep our city dean and keep you fully i it. He then walked to a '

I protected" day and nlfht ;! friend's house and got a ride I'I

I! I would like to stress that in this election a popularity contest Is not being run, : back to Starke early Monday BOYS SHIRTS CHILDRENS SHOES

.' but you are being given the opportunity ,of selecting and ,voting for the person ,110 morning. 'j,

fan give you your family, property and Interest the best, protection possible. You : At approximately 2:30: am'I i,
ill be selecting the persdn who. In your mind, Is best qualified to render fair, Impartial i Monday Stone stole still a ] ft

and honest law enforcement. third automobile, a 1959 Chevrolet -:,: 6) ALL SIZES

I would like to call to your attention.that approximately $50,000,) is appropriated ; Impala, which he drove, .. S

I annually! to the Police Department and this is paid by j-ou. When you pay this to Fernandina Beach.At s SIZES.6.16 SOO 50 $STYLES 'y ":.'" 99

amount, you want, expect, and are entitled to the best service possible for every Fernandina he stayed' '
dollar spent.' with a friend on a shrimp j ji J JI BOYS

I feel that my record' and'qualifications speak for themselves and I stand on I boat on which he used to work.! 'e 1ST. QUALITY e i
He slept until 9:30: a.m. Mon c t
I these, and I humbly solicit your vote and support for my candidacy. II III : GIRLS '
I day and started back to Starke jl jli 1 *

1 Stop! Read! Think! i I in ditch the it'stolen before car.he planning got home.to 11 11I '! : 'OnlY'IF I 'Onlyr
i But the car beat him to the .z
Tote for and re-elect at man who has your best Interest at heart. draw when it ran out of both !I
; Vote for and re-elect a man who will run: the office of Chief of Police In.a Sober, I i gas and oil south of Cafla- !1

Intelligent, Dependable and Impartial manner. han and stopped. .

Vote for and re-elect a man on whom you can depend to protect: your Family, i Stone then walked to Max- ,II
Life, and property. I vile and caught a ride to!

;' Vote for and re-elect a man who will continue to keep accurate records for your j i Starke on a pulpwood tru k..i;

protection that are open t. the public. {, He was finally arrested when i iI < STOCK UP NOW AT THE ;

Vt for and re.tcet. 'a man with a high school .education. I he arrived home Monday afternoon i,:
I after: a stake-out reported ':
: Vote for and re-elect a man with police academy training.
f ;
his to thesheriff's
Vote for and re-elect a maa who has had S yean experience with the Starke II presence I
: department. : ,

I Police Vote Department.lor and reelect a man wbo.bju tad 6)'Nl'a busIMs8'hPf'l'lt'nce. I I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST .1 i iI I II t,

Vote for'and re-elect a man who has served you as your Chief .f Police I CHURCH ]i iI FOTTOM DOLLAR:

Your active support and your vote September 11 win be appreciated. I
I T I Sunday School 10 a.mJ,;

THANK YOU i I Morning Worship; lIs:.m. f;' ,

i Training Union, 6:30: p.- m.:
Evening Worship 7:30 p.; m. Starke. Fla.,
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Prayer Meeting Wednesday,: -

I 7:30 p.. m.


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I From Examiner ,mond, Va. and Jacksonville, the kick-off for the member- Southeastern tificates shall be redeemed according the 1st day of October, 1962
Local Merchants Plan Hydrocarbons drive to law the property described Dated this 29th day of August -
Tampa, and St. Petersburg.The ship being by in such certificate or 1962.
AL SAL operates more than the Jaycees. All members are Singing Convention certificates will be sold to the CHARLES A .DARBY. .
Merger 4,000 miles from Richmond to Plant: HearsCompletion asked to attend and to bring. hignest bidder at the courthousedoor Clerk of Circuit Court of '
Set At Live
OakThe i
Bradford County Florida
Four Sales ClinicStarke on the first Monday
Miami, and Homestead.The Day a prospective member.
8-30 4t 9-23.
Gets, Month of October. 1962. which is
GoAheady two lines estimate that ( annual session of the -r -

,. after five years the merged Retail Merchantsmet Dr. Frank Goodwin nation- Florida .Hydrocarbons' new Dr. Patray Southeastern Singing Convention -I ___- --- -.j- '

+., A hearing examiner in company, to be known as the Tuesday morning for ally known customerrelationsexpert extraction plant,. :'north of will be held Saturday

Washington D. C. has recom- Seaboard Cost Line Railroad, breakfast in the Garden Rest- and a lecturer at the Brooker, Is now between, 85 Sets Office night and Sunday, Sept. 1 Re.ElectWayne E.IDUJ43IAS

mended that the Interstate could operate with an annual aurant to make final plans University of Florida, will be : and 90 percent,; complete and and 2, in the Suwannee Coun- .

Commerce Commission give agoahead saving of about $25.5 millionin for the four-day Sales Clinic : target' date for start of, operations ty Coliseum at Live Oak. More
Opening FridayDr.
for merger of the wage and employee benefit which will have its first session In charge of the clinic. Other i has ben advanced than 2,000 persons are expected -i )

Seaboard Air Line Railroad in the high school audi- sessions will be held on Thurs- I to attend
costs and $3.1 million in pay- from.... Oct. 15 to_ Oct. 1, it waslearned this year's event.
and the Atlantic Coast Line. roll taxes. They said that torium next Tuesday night at day, Sept. 6, Tuesday, Sept. this'J week. James W. Patray will This year's convention will $ YOUR

The recommendation 7:30. 11, and Thursday, Sept. 13. Weather has been described open offices at 118 S. Thompson -F start with a special program
million could be saved "
brought a swift, sharp pro- $10.2 Charles Sawyer, chairmanof as almost ideal for the St. this Friday for the at 8 p.m. Saturday by special CITY COUNCILMANGROUP

test from the Railway Labor by consolidation of stations I Man Cut Hand the Retail Merchants Association construction work and recent general practice of medicine, .I groups from Florida and: ___ i 3

Executives Association, and and terminal facilities and interfered! ce Georgia. There is no admis-
I said that advance rains have.not with special interest in pedi- L YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CITY GOVERN. _
the proposal had already come the elimination of duplicate Nearly OffContinued registration for the clinic has water gets away quickly in the atrics. sion charge. The Sunday program MENTSUCCESSFUL IN HIS OWN BUSINESS \

under} fire from the Justice lines. been good, and it is hoped that light soil of the plant site. Dr. Patray was reared in I starts at 10 a.m. and ---BELIEVES IN DOING HIS JOB HONESTLY

Department, certain other [ From Page One] local stores will have 100 per All equipment is in placeat Starke and taught in Bradford ends at 4:15: p.m. I S SINCERELY. AND WITHOUT PARTIALITY.nppssp.spnpssss.ssrp.rflssssfl .

railroads and some commun- Bradford Mileage rell, who was employed by the cent attendance of their sales the new plant, with remaining County High School for sev- This annual meeting has =flsrssflrflaYOUR
ities served by the two lines. work consisting mainly attracted throngs of sacred I
Bradford Builders Supply personnel at the four sessionsA \ eral years before entering the VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR WAYNE E DOUGLAS WILLBE
The association said that Traffic Deaths some time ago, apparently nominal fee of $1 per personis of insulation, electrical University of Florida Medical song and music lovers from A VOTE FOR THE SECURITY OF THE FUTURE OF STARKE.

the examiner's recommendation thought he could handle the being charged for the se- work final testing. painting, School as a member of the the Southeastern states since (Pd Pol. Adv.)

ignored the contention Third in StateSix cut the ries. grading and clean-up. first class. He received his degree its beginning in 1944. '- -_ ._ ; --
sa wand was helping -( : -Z- =: : -.ih: ._ : = :
.I q'f the Justice Department and Twenty-one persons will be in 1960 and since then i J
lumber while an employee was Sawyer said that the sales !
other railroads that the merger persons:>> were killed and employed at the plant whenit has and w.c.i.U."THE !
served an internship .
in another part of the store. clinic is a most important r
"would flagrantly contra- 48 injured in motor vehicle part of the over-all plan developed is. placed in joperation. residency at the University of I II I ;
vene the policy of the anti- accidents in Bradford County by the Retail Mer- Almost 200 workers:were em- Florida Teaching Hospital in : ONLY WAY NOT TQ,

trust laws." The associationalso during the first five monthsof Adult ClassesRegistration chants Association for promo- ployed at the peak-of construction I Gainesville.He i BECOME A HEAVY OR ADDICTED -\ BANK BROKEN I

charged that the exam- 1962. ting Starke as a greater trade by Hudson ConstructionCo. : has been elected to : DRINKER OR NOT I
$ier did not recommend adequate Bradford's mileage death ., the contractors. i membership on the staff of TO SUFFER FROM ALCOHOLISM -
center. An Intensive -
i protection for railroad rate for this period was 16.5, Begins Tuesday area shopping"Trade At Home" Bradford County Hospital.Dr. IN ANY OF ITS The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has ,

workers whose jobs would be third highest in the state, DistrictGovernor Patray and family are FORMS, IS TO ABSTALNV I
Registration for classes in campaign was carried on by Been Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis
affected the exceeded only by Flagler Coun-
merger. the merchants last fall, "And residing in the former H. B. (Dr. A. C. Ivy)
In regard to local aspectsof ty with 25.4, and Sumter Bradford County's Adult Ed- To Visit Lions,
now we are encouraging our Ingram home, which they recently National \"oice.OTU'J week Mrs. Chester Wise, Camp Blanding, was
the proposal, X. M. Smith, County with 18.2. Mileage ucation Program, including *
merchants to expand their in- purchased, on Raiford the holder of the winning ticket in the Varabond Cor
local Seaboard agent, said death rate is figured by the married persons or school J. Quinton Rumph of Jacksonville Road. APPLICATION
drop-outs 16 of or ventories and train their store FOR TAX flEEt ner's Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond -
yesterday that as far as he number of traffic deaths per years age c district: .governor of See. 194.16 F. S. ;
knew it wouli; not affect the 100 million vehicle miles tra older, will begin September 4 personnel to do a better" job of Lions International; 'will pay NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Corner in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing Is

operation of the SAL's facili- veled. in theUSO Building on Temple servicing and selling, Sawyer his official visit ,to the local :,Bob Smith that of the Charles following Hardy eertificates the holder has held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be

ties here. He added however, Total number of highway I Avenue across from Brad- said."Dr. club tonight fThursdayJ In died said certificates for a tar i I, wa>rn from the boi: rmrfatoing ih& stubs The lucky holder

that some railroad workers accidents in the county since I ford High School Program Goodwin is an eminent the Lions (iDerl The dinner Again Leads certificate deed to be numbers issued thereon.and The I r will I hare until Wednesday noon to claim the merchandise.If .

who live in Starke and work Jan. 1 was reported at 65. Director L. H. Gibson announced and entertaining personality, meeting will begin at 7:30 p. issuance, the description yearsof of not claimed by then, the $5 in merchandise wlU be carried -
be affectedby Union County had only 18 I this week. i and the inspiration he will Fishing ContestBob the property. and the names in
elsewhere, might
will m.Club which it was assessed are as over to the next week and an additional 93 in merchandise
sessions I
I Classes are expected to meet provide in these
the merger, where yard accidents with 15 persons injured President Bill Brown follows:
twice for two-hour sessions undoubtedly stimulate business Smith of Hawthorne, will be added. Nothing to buy. Just come In and
facilities, etc. might be con- and no deaths during I weekly i announced that a highlight Certificate No. 2 Year of Is- I
in Starke if into a previous winner in the North suance 1960.Description. register. You don't have to be present at drawing.
solidated in locations where this period. and will be completedat put I of the meeting will be the of Property Lot 11 I I

both lines were operating.The Clay County rePQrted 86 the end of three months. practice," Sawyer said. burning of a building fund Florida Fishing Contest, is of Blk 48 in L. T. & COS S-D.

two railroads: have estimated accidents, with 84 persons injured i Prior to this school term the The chairman emphasizedthat I note, which has recently been again top man with a 13 H.Name Hicks.in which assessed John I I VAGABOND CORNER

the would eliminate and one death since: adult classes met only once employers, as well as em- I paid in fujj.Jaycees pound, 4 ounce entry. The All of said property being in I,

f 4,257 merger jobs and mean Jan. 1.Suicide. per week for three hours and ployees, are invited and expected -I, contest sponsored by the the Florida.County of Bradford, State of :I Open all day "Tednesda-Closed Saturday at Noon
Starke Rotary Club, to
each continued comes
course to take advantage of Unless such certificate
: or cer-
I the relocation of 4,439 other
To Hear a close on Labor Day.
throughout an entire school the sales clinic. Registrations'should
mployes in different jobs. Total "
I year, Gibson said. be made with the
; = ACL has more than 5.500 Puzzles Lawmen The three-hour class sessions Chamber of Commerce. BHS Grid CoachBHS FIRST CHRISTIAN

r miles of track between Rich- were caused by regula- CHURCH
Head Coach Dave
I 1 tions established by the Vet- HIGHLAND
(Continued on Page Six Hurse will be the featured 537 W. Call St., Starke ij
erans Administration for its BAPTIST CHURCH
uting factors to suicide. One trainees, Gibson said, but due speaker at the Starke Bob L. Badgett, Minister
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Jaycees' dinner meeting Tues I
HUNTERS of these reasons he said, or a to a gradual decline in VA en- Sunday School. 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. day night at ''1:30: o'clock in
combination of two or more of rollment that program has Training Union. 7 DJU. Evening the Garden Restaurant. The I Church Worship 10:45: a. m. JO Words or less, one tune --_______ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per word

. 1 Complete Stock 1962 I them,has been present in each this been discontinued. Accordingto Worship, 8 p.m. Brother- new coach will show football Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir If not paid In advance -----_____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ___ 139
he has investigated in
HUNTING NEEDS I: case achievement Gibson faster will progress be possible I hood and WMU each 2nd films of the team and discuss practice, 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p. Keyed or Blind Ads ------_________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______ ___.",.,__ 5c per word

Insulated Clothing Boots, I year.He advises that medical assistance under the new plan of meet- i Thursday, 8 p.m.-Rev. Geo. prospects for the coming sea m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. Each additional word over 20 -__ 03 Display ads in Classified ____ 1.50 per lac*
W. Chism
I Caps, Socks Ammo, Box should be sought in ing for two-hour sessions pastor. son.This m. Wednesday.IT'S CRESCENT COURT

or Case, Guns all Types I: cases of severe depression. twice. weeklv. meeting--1 also--mark- [Under New Management] I I
-' Ir i::;::... .__ :___ ---i-j: _' -- i HASTINGS MATTRESS
: Use our Lay-Away Bank :! "Most of them [potential! Followingeach three month : .. ::: COMFORTABLE &
Financing. suicides] could be stopped i class the General Educational KITCIIEONETTES AND :
right in the doctor's office I i Development test battery will ROOMS I I FilE I 710 Lemon St. Palaik
Weekly & Monthly Rates
STARKE BUILDERS think," Williams said, "If they i iI be administered, the director 2/i MILES SOUTH STARKE I I Furniture Repaired,

SUPPLIES, INC. would only seek help when depressed sail This schedule changesthe ILLEGAL ON U.S. 301 j Upholstered & Refinished

I to that extent." testing from a monthlyto Itchs 9-61 Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

a quarterly basis, he said. THIMK I IF YOUR NAME IS Innersprings
Registration fees are $2 per A brand new three bed room.j
and Box
two bath house !
course, books are furnishedfree For Any PersOli'or Persons to Engage in street. near school. on churches,I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL. Drop Us ACardtrCflFALitTKA

"i\\tS with a refundable deposit [ shoooing centers for $287.53V AT THE TELEGRAPH EA -' "
'I' and expendable materials, A. or $425.00 F.H.A.. down : :
such as notebooks and paper payment. Nothingelse to pay 'OFFICE FOR A FREE:

I are Gibson provided stated.by Under the the enrollee.state Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ever.A.are until through you move paying in. rent and for-you :TICKET THEATRE.TO TilE FLORIDA -I II I l----MRS. Starke PEGGY-Agent SHALLEB- -,

and county program for adultsa J. THOMAS. RealtorT. I A BARGAIN: 24 In. Rex Win-
CUSTOM CABINETS Formica -i dow Fan. excellent condition
minimum of 15 registered T. LongINSURANCE
tops & counters, vanities, $25.
County Telegraph -
Our Reputation--Quality Meats members are required to starta utility cabinets. Residentialand tt
class Gibson said, and The Name Is Registered AT REDUCED RATES commercial. R e p a irs.
meeting hours are usually determined AUTO FIRE BOAT Starke Cabinet Works. Phone WE DON'TSell
OPEN 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. by the members en- DOYLE E. CONNER 964-0452. Geo. Ricks. for free you we help you buy.

I rolled in a specific class. INSURANCE AGENCY estimates. ___ _d 4tp 9-13_I Good selection of new and
These SPECIALS Good Phone 964-4501 I EVINRUDE motors and Well- used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
Interested adults are invitedto .
Read This Florida Law"It tfchg craft fiberglass boats. You bile Homes.
; From Thursday Thru Labor Day contact L. H. Gibson, Pro- WILL CARE FOR children in I can't buy better. and the prices LAKE GENEVA \

OPEN ALL DAY MONDAYFLA. gram Director, Drawer 100, I my home. 617 West Pratt St.. are reasonable. EaSY terms TRAILER PARK 'f
Starke, or visit his office in Starke. 2tp 9-6 can be arranged. Franchised!
!I 1'1 the rear of the USO Building. FOR SALE OR TRADE-1960 dealer. NORTH FLORIDA 1 mi. SE ot Keystone Hts
GRADE "A" WHOLE Class schedules, with meet- shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined herein, to 10 ft. wide 2 bedroom Hensley SUPPLY. 412 E. Call St. on Route 100

hours to be Plainsman house trailer. Will _ tfchg_ tfchg
ing arranged are:
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined discount my equity and accept YOUR OLD WATCH will
t FRYERSPER Mondays and Wednesdays- cash of anything of equal val- I make the down payment on a Dot Falling
American History and Gov- ue for balance. Can be seen beautiful new Bulova at : DUE TO PROMOTION
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Wat-
ernment, Florida History and on weekdays after 5 p.m. and Dahmers Discount House.tfchg I kins has opening In this area

Americanism Vs. all day Saturday. Sunday and _ I for live-wire
1 Geography, man. 23 to 64.
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Monday. Phone 964-6755. 431 ROUTE WORK.
Communism, and mathemat- UNFURNISHED HOUSE for Earn $75.00
i S. Water St. Starke. Up
rent In Hampton. $35. per mo. to $150.00 per week. Car ne
c I ics. Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an atfldat'it LISTINGS WANTED All Inquire at Post OUice cessary. For personal Interview

Mondays and Thursdays types- Strout Realty. P. O.! _ _2t chg:" jt-30 in vour area. write Field-
typing and bookkeeping and Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- I man 659 West Peachtree
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of MAKE RESERVATIONS : 8t.
POUND 1766. tf chg KE Atlanta. 4t 8-31
I conversational Spanish. chg
I Kindergarten Now! Phone 964- I

I Tuesdays and ,Thursdays- aft those interested in the business enterprise,, the extent of the interest KINGSLEY LAKE cottage for 9374. Mama Priest.-chg- -8-30- FOR SALE Building on
i Business English Grammar] rent-3 bedrooms. near Strick- FOR RENT Furnished Apartments -I Call St. [Recreation HallJ.
and the sciences [General, lands Landing. Avail. Sept. to 1 & 2 bedrooms Call 964-6251 for details. R.
I of each,and the fictitious name under which said business is carried June or year round R. J. Mat- C. Dampier.
Health etc.JI we nay lights and water. Con- tfchg.
: Physical, zat. Jax EV 7-5646. Up .
I ARMOURS With $5.00 Food Order I I Classes in drama, speech, on. Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiringto FOR SALE tact ton Appliances.431 Center: St.Phone or BullingI Day CURB Excellent SERVICE building GROCERY parkin

'VEGETOLE3 3 lbs . 49c ,I mechanical drawing and woodworking Ready mix concrete concrete 964-6551. Night 964-7191. I and trade area. Sale or least.

other foreign lang- engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or block piers, fence posts, sand'. tfchg i A. J._THO IAS,_Realtor.

uages such as French, German FOR SALE-3 bedroom house.i
I cement,mortar mix,rock,steel FOR RENT- 6 bungalow
i FIRST CUTSSMOKED or Russian, music, and their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four oyster shell, limercck, and roof on one acre lot in city. Reas- i corner Madison room and Orange --

: additional business education gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg onable. Heat. attic fan. All : also 5 room brick cot..
BflCONlbHERSEY'S 33c courses are yet to be arranged. (4) consecutive Weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county Bradford Engineering Co. tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road.tfche tage Call St.; also furnished
_-- cottage Clark St. Phone 964-

j With $5.00 Food Order !Adult EducationTest where said registration is to be made,and said registration shall not be KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE WANTED Small /girls bicycle. 6491. up.
TRAILER for rent. R. J. Mat-..: Good condition. V. E. Thorn BE SURE
SUGAR-.5lbs. . 39c I zat. Jax. EV 7-5646 See Fri. ton. 964-3792. 2tchg 8-30 to see WORLD
__ _
Applications accepted by the clerk of the circuit cdort ,except pen receiving proof of Sat. & Sun. Up I BOOK before buying: any en-
FILLING STATION or store I cyclopedia. M A, Payne yee
I' FIRST CUTPORK I Must Be In Tues. such publication. Francis Menu I for rent in Hampton. $35 per local representative since 1951.

CHOPS lb. . 49c FOR RENT: New. spacious mo. Inquire at Post Office. i Box 603. Pa. 964-3794 tfc'M.
2tchg 8-30
unfurnished apartments. Good i
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; Application for the General NICE BUILDBfO LOT on Bit
location. Apply Mrs. Slade. 605
James I
FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER I Educational Development tests I. Alton Road Starke. tf chg Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
I Own your own home. No Money -i.i residential section east of
lb. 49c I leading to the State Equivalency WANTED Steady job as
I I Down. Standard Homes.; Southskfe School on Cofley EA.
\ Diploma for high; maid 5 days week. Phone 964- I Inc.. Palatka. Frame or Block : See Billy Jackson Central

RIB ANDBRISKET I school education 0 r retesting If 7212. Itchg I homes. Representative Mrs. I, Truck Lines. tf ch*
: various part of the you are engaged in business under any name FOR RENTTrailer spaces,,I Inez Addison. HY 6-2605. Ral- FOR SALE
STEW -. lb. . 33c i ford. Fla. 2tp_ _8-30 Strawberry
1 test mattery must be received with patios. Close to shopping Plants. Pete Wainwright Law-
before September. center Westmoreland Trailer' COLONIAL FLORIST tey. 2tchZ 8-30
according -
SMOKED to the Bradford Coun- other than and have had this Park. Phone 9645941tf I' Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. FOR
. your own not Furnjshed Upstairs -
SAUSAGE. 33c ty Testing Agent L. H. Gib- name REGISTER NOW for adult Flowers wired any place. Flowers anartment. Corner

I evening classes. Mail your I for all occasions locally. Grand and Washington 8ta.

I g ROUND, SIRLOIN OR son.A satisfactory knowledge of course selections to L. H. Gib Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nona I Call 533-2861. Itchg

1 T-BONE STEAK Ib. 79c both American History and properly advertised and registered we will be fee son.per Drawer course.100.Neero Starke.adults$2.00 St. tfchg I! CABINET SINK doube

R.J.E. drain in. $55.00.
Government is a prerequisitefor contact Prof. Thompkins. FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. :: board. 54
( SEISTA HALF GALLON taking the test Gibson School. tfchg 2 baths large utility room I Farr's Bargain Center 1% i
miles S. Starke 301. Itchg
said. State fees for the test BED. complete separate dining room. I on
1 battery are $'7.50 and $2 for glad to give you aH necessary Information as (th with mattress chest. dresser. screened front porch. Lot 2 j G. E. ELECTRIC STOVE 30
I' ICE MILK 39c each part retested. Like new $130.00 Parr's Bar- acres. 1126 West Madison.I inch. 4 burner oven. $75.00
ain Center. 1% miles South Phone 9641001. tfchg Other Electric stoves from
Applicants for the tests are
I Starke on 301. Itchz PEYTON FLORIST $35.00 to $40.00. Parr's Bar-
scheduled from 3:30 to 5:30: 9in Center. 114 miles South
what should do.BRADFORD 119 S.
p.m. and 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. you Starke on 301. Itchg \
bed. mattress springs chest, PHONE 964-4155
Monday through Friday commencing vanitv. chair. $75.00. Parr's NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 i FOR RENT Verv liveable

'j WAYNE'S September 10, Gib- Ii- Bireain Center, 1% mite S. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS lake cotta 'e &! miles from
son said. AU applicants must StArke on 301. Itchz starfep. All electric Kitchen big
be residents of Florida and at COUNTY 'i We Wire Flowers Anywhere fir nit?* pa* h*.at. comoletev ,
FOR RENT-2 BerJrnom fur- tfchg furnish' $40 per mo. Sot."th \
least 20 years of age. Inter- nished aoartment. Mrs- G.
CASH SUPERETTE hni M\y :ai. Phone Ex-
ested persons may contact I* Martin. 509 Center St. tfchg FOR SALE- 1961 Pellican 14 kiw\V K-HA or popular s-nt55 i)
617 WEST MADISON STREET H. Gibson Drawer 100. Starkeor TEtlttftHI ft. plywood boat. trailer and Veonv1TlA.,. tftil I
1 FOR SALE: Marlptte Trailer. 10 hp Evinrude motor. All In
We Give Family Stamps visit his office in the rear 10x41 ft. Contact C M. Clarkat good condition. 35000. Can WILL KEEP children bv the

of the USO Building to arrange American Legion Trailer. be seen after 6 pjn. at 1115 i toy or wepfe at my home. \

.. I for testing. ._ r. ...- ;- -- _:______ .=_ __-_!_______-__ .:.. : .' Park. tfchg Pratt St. tf chg Phone 969-2501. lt1J

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THE BIGHT POINT, for the "TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 ent each Sunday evening. .T, 'TTYTTYYYWi's ents. Mrs. Grooms is Mrs.War- Undy Ball Point Pens I Esterbrook Cartridge and

way Ton wrije.. Come in and Rev. Otis T. Jones a Steno-Auditors-Lejal-- .
J sup. r E ren's niece Fountain Pens $1.95 $185 I
select :year favorite ble-Laundry Marking 29c up
ESTER- Southern
ply pastor for the
BROOK MAXVILLE .tA WTIY Mrs. Hiram Bennett and at the $3-95 at The TELEGRAPH.

GRAPH.Fountain Pen. TELE- Baptist, preached at both, a+ ,. Joey are spending the, week TELEGRAPH
morning and evening servicesat
By lUr C. B. Nolan "By bIa B'a"CvC! with:Mr. Bennett in Eastman,
the'Maxville Baptist Church ,. '. ,Ga:, where he is employed. : )
i .AAAA..i&A..A..A..A. last Sunday. He has been con- .A&- AAA aA 4 &A-AJu. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crewsof .fC1Il.\--.!i, 1"

Yeth I! ducting revival. at, the Clay. .
: Mr and Mrs. Lacey Brown School 'oPeas'Here'.Tnesd t ... Clearwater announce the
Hill Church.Mr. I
I and little Miss Hazel Turner z f '.,. l, Sept.. 4 birth of a daughter, Joyann

I have returned from,a visit to and Mrs. Sonny Brin- ,#:y'y.K" ,The ,new, term -atLawtej' ,Miranda, on Aug. 15. Grand-
Greensboro and Reidsville. N son are the parents of a baby Junior High School will begin parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. ,1

:. e- lb C. and Danville Va. 'Their daughter born on Saturday, Tuesday. Sept:,:4, at 8:25: .&m' M. Thomas of Clearwater
I Aug. 18, in the Bradford Co. '
I I sons, Fred, Jim and Harrell, Principal C. M. Clark 'announces and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews

who spent the summer up hospital. The young lady has I. ,that due' to, the' increased Lawtey. .

I there, returned home with been named Anitra Sue. T1E .prices,:of food for the Miss Vera Crews of Jacksonville -
We are glad to learn that
them. cafeteria the charge to students spent Saturday to
Frank Wellhausen has returned
The Maxville ball team play home from Riverside Hos-- $ "this year ,will be $1.50 Tuesday with her parents, Mr. FOR A BIG I
ed a double-header on Sun- per week. Lunch cards may and Mrs. C. R. Crews.
pital and to be
seems getting
day with Baldwin and won -tie' purchased Tuesday morning Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T.

: both games. Their next game along nicely. or Wednesday.morning be- I I*. Wainwright during the
Mrs. Frances Adams, Jessie
I will be with Lawtey next simI fore school week were Mrs. Wainwright's
,I Spivey Mrs. Waver Griffis,
The new teachers at Law- niece, Mrs. C. C. Higginbotham -
and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson have
and Mrs. B. H. Higgin- tey this year are Mr. and Mrs. ..of Ocala Rev. and Mrs.
had their Ha
guests Mrs.
botham and Mrs. Gene Eng- as Robert Tisdale, in Junior O. B. North of High Springs,

lish and: children enjoyed a Steifer and sons of Brooklyn, High, and Mrs. Irene Burgess, and* Sunday dinner guests
N. Y.
and Dealie and DeWitt
visit in Jacksonville last Saturday -I r teaching- In"the special education : were Mr. and Mrs. Louie L. borDayS
Stacks of
Vero Beach. Theyare
Back to School I with Mr. and Mrs. Robert class. Wainwright of Tallahassee,
also expecting Mrs. Ivis ,
I Schmehls and family Two new workers in the and Mr. and Mrs. Donald

CAN BE FUN Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and visit Baker!They of Atlanta are the, Ga.twin for sons a .----- -- _. --- cafeteria will'Mrs. Daisy Bock: Knight and daughter of Jack

sons spent last weekend in St. sonville. ,
and Mrs. Marvin Rosier.-Mrs.
E With All The New Augustine with relatives' liar and and daughters its been of Mrs. Adams "Grandpa Rattlers"Fred Killed At Clay Hill Sarah, Hunter will manage the Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips
son, Gary, visited with his! a very cafeteria this on a part- spent Sunday with Mrs. Phillips' -
time since the family has been Lang [left] and his and killed in almost the same year
Ideas In School grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. time basis.Masonic mother, Mrs. Byron Register -
together. nephew J. D. Wilkinson hold
H. Higginbotham while they location on 'the highway a Dinner Enjoyed in Dinsmore.
Mr: and Mrs. Ed Mosley aloft -a 5 ft., 10 in. rattlesnake few days later. Mr. Lang

Supplies At The were away. and Mrs. Florence Parrish and that was killed recently warns that rattlers are "on Lawtey Masonic Lodge mem- ,
Mrs. Shirley Roberson and
families enjoyed NOTICE
bers and their -
daughter of Madison have John Mosley enjoyed a fish.* on Highway 218 in frontof the move" at this time of year, August 7, IS 82
returned -
Bradford County trig trip to Sampson Lake last the Lang home at Clay HilL a family' dinner last Friday I, Randal r. Chltty Mayor of
home after visit here filling their stomachs and the
a night. Chicken pileau and City of Starke, Florida, by
Tuesday and made True to the'old belief that
a very virtue of the authority vested
with Mrs. Dorothy Waters good catch. 1 where one rattler is killed, another seeking a good place to hole other good things were prepared In me bylaw, do hereby call an

and family. up for the winter. So better by RK.. ,Griff,'W. L. election, to be' held at the Fire
Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis is i will show up shortly af- : In the aforesaid Town
Mrs. Hessie Adams of Doctor's
TelegraphThee ; watch when Durban, Arthur Green, Harry Station. voters & Tuesday,
paying her son and daughter- terwardthe second rattler your step you get. -
Inlet spent last week O. : Anders. September 11, A.D., 19&%. for
Wilkerson; and J
Co !' I here with her sister, :Mrs. in-law Griffis of Mr.Glen and St. Mary Mrs. Pat an measuring 5 ft.. 6 in. was seen out in the wooC s. After dinner, the Master Ma- the purpose officers of:electing the following .

Buford Higginbotham. son Degree was conferred. CHIEF OF POLICE,
Mrs. Vinie Carter and Mrs. extended. visit. rTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTfCLAY way to attend, so didn't get out of,town visiting For" One Year. .
Mrs. McPherson visited Among GROUP 1
Cutest Idea \
ever 1gCt -
Marie Cuzzort and sons of there a single time. In former brothers present were Rev. ONE ALDERMAN
TV Pencil Sharpeners. with her brother and sister- For Two
Gainesville visited Mrs. Janie HILL walked to this Moniac Ga.,
years we Chism of ,
They wiggle You giggle. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Grif George GROUP 2
- 19c Higginbotham last Wednes- fis in Glen st Mary last church, but are unable to walk and Rev. and Mrs. Caleb ONE For ALDP.RMAN.Two Years.

day.Mrs. By Bin. J. L. StrleUaaJ1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA North of High Springs. About GROUP :3 WEEKEND
Pencil Pouches Tuesday.Mrs. this far :anymore and have, ,to -
Zipper Dora Byrd and Mr. I 75 persons enjoyed this occasIon ONE ALDERMAN,
in colorful plastic 25e and Mrs. Henry Carter were Eva Ellis visited with stay home unless someone For Two Years.

i Multiplier Pencil Boxes also guests of Mr. and Mrs. her son, Bill Ellis, and family .Elgin Lang and Mrs. Ernest takes pity on us and comes to Church News Mrs lufecton Margaret for Said Blankenship Elect.I

with 2 pencils and attached Buford Higginbotham on Wed Jacksonville last week. .Shaffer and children returned take us to church. -'Grace Methodist: Church Mr..R Ernestine.C. "Pee Wee"DenmarkMr. DamplerMrs.

h sharpener. Let your nesday. Friends of Arthur Wilkinson last week from their vaca- We had more in Training School, 9:45: a-m. Morning Albert Foster

pencil box save your brain Misses Faye, Rita, Geraldine will regret to learn that tion in Washington, D. C. Union at Highland Sunday Worship, 11 ajn. MYF each Mrs.Mr. Charles J. E. Hardy Hardy 4
box.29cf1veplece and Carolyn Manning of Mac- he is seriously ill in the Vet- They had a wonderul time Wednesday, 8 pjn. Rev. Charles Mrs. Peggy Shaller
eran's Hospital at Lake City. night than we have been having Mr. Ray Stone
several last the
Professional clenny spent days seeing sights. ;Ackerman of Penney Mrs. W. D. Thomas
Drawing Set. 1.50 week with Mrs. Minnie Har-:> Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen Buddie Padgett, Mrs. John but still have room for Farms brought the message Mrs. Owen VaughnMrs.

groves. have moved their .Wilkinson's son, and his fam- about 200 more. Only 54 in last Sunday. .Rev. -Basil Trus- Betty) Blackburn (Alternate *

"All in One" Protractor, Sunday School classes of home back so the new highwaycan ily'of Jacksonville are visiting Sunday School, and the Intermediate :- cott.. alsoof, ,Penney Farms: Mrs. Katherine, Chism (Alter-

French Cone, Triangle, the Maxville Baptist Church go through. Work will friends and relatives around will be guest speaker on Sept. nate)
lOc Girls had to give up In testimony whereof, I here.
Circle Gauge, enjoyed a delicious covered begin in the next few weeks Clay Hill and other nearby 2 and 9. The WSCS met unto'subscribe my name and .
the banner to the Adult Men; the seal of the said town
I Colored Chalk (Just In dish supper at the church last on the road. places.' Tuesday night at the church cause tome hereunto affixed this the

case you're tired of looking I Friday night. We regret that Mrs. Willie Our revival is under way Learned last week that two f for a short program and bus- 7th day of August A.D.,1962. ,

at white). 15c The Training Union of Harris slipped down and injured this week, and Sunday night more of our dear old friends meeting, (OFFICIAL RANDAL F.SEAL CHITTT) Mayor

Handy Andy-12 in. Maxville Baptist Church is her shoulder last week. i we'.had. the house pretty well have passed away. Jennie First Baptist: Sunday Attest:

Plastic Ruler with built-in proud of their attendance rec Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Higgin- filled. Special singers are ex- Stubbs of Jacksonville, sister School. 10 aon. Morning Wor- MERRILL EDWARDS,

Lettering Guide.-- ord. They only have 55 enrolled botham and family visited in pected during the_ remaining of our mail mail), Sidney Har- ship, 11 ajn. Training Union, City Clerk.' 8lit t..

and have nearly 50 pres Jacksonville last Sunday with services, so come out and hear ris, died last week after alengthy 7 pjn. Evening Service, 8 p. ,
CoDpasses (not the I them. Rev. Tyler's wife and illness. Also learned m.Midweek Service each Wed-

kind Columbus used). 25c I son, Roger, were among the that Laura Johns of ,Middle:; nesday, 8'pjn. Everyone welcomed I (CALL or WRITE

T' Squares for:. squares<< Gas Genie visitors last Sunday. burg also passed away the the pastor, Rev. L. T. DAN BYRD
and cool cats,. too.-- 25c says: Jim Strickland. conducted first of' the*-week. She': was Howe':'and his"famUy'back'af- About Loans
prayer meeting Wednesday converted'while we were hold.' ,ter-.,their. vacation It is goodto Co.
with Golf Life insurance
Slide Rules from 85c i IT'S TIME night last week in the absenceof lug services several years ago have them at'home again. P. O. Box 122

Don't get clipped on our pastor* and we reallyha at the old Padgett Church. Personals'Mrs. Gainesville, Florida

your dip boards.'We hove f an oW-fashioned prayer Jim baptized her at the time and Mrs. J. S. Eunice,

'eiri from _-_ 59c i FOR A CHANGE And testimony meeting which and she has been a consecrated David, and Mrs.. Selma Eu-
all, seemed to enjoy. Christian ever since. It is nice returned last Friday from .

In,Sturdy rich, dark Plastic colors1.30 Binders TOnatural Frances Eunice and son, always sad.to lose old friends. a nice trip. They visited the
David, were with us in services B.L. Greens in Arkansas and.

Blue Canvas Binders' last Sunday. They hadbeen while there went to see Sen."i i I

(heavy duty) 1.10 off on vacation for abouta TTTT TTTTTYYYTYTTTTTTTEVERGREEN Kerr's ranch in Oklahoma!: 1 1s

I Hopalong to school with month, visiting relatives in and visited points of Interest ;i: ,. \

our,Palomino Pony Zipper Tennessee and North Carolina. In Missouri. On their return I

Binder. --- --:2.49 They were accompanied by trip they spent a few days
I Frances' husband, Jay, and his Mrs. Inez BrlcelAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. BaryIn

And, of course, no one mother. Columbia, 8. C. Mrs. Green CharleyE. 4z
thinks of starting to learned last week that / ,
and Mrs. Bary are daughters .
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school without an Ester- Padgett, brother to ::;= '
Dawson Eunice. -
brook Fountain Pen (with Mrs. Daisy Pringle has returned of Mrs. Selma --...:;
Mrs. Ola Padgett and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and \
student point shorthand home after two weeks
Ella Carter, is seriously ill and of Deland visited the Johns ;
point, or any other point visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. son --

you might select. 1.95 gas must undergo surgery. Saunders of Penney Farms, Bradley Nortons during the
Mrs. Polly Prevatt was called week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strick-
All This And More, Too : to Virginia to the bedsideof land of Green Cove, and Mr. Mrs- Effie Miner spent the about this question: SAVE
AT THE her L. M., who has to 4Tl
son and Mrs.
weekend :with Mr.
of Ruskin.
have surgery. Mrs. Prevatt, Frank Wells,and daughter in Homeowners
accompanied by her son and I home over the weekend were I Leesburg.Mr. Policy includes theft and

STARKE GAS daughler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield Milr and Mrs- Jim Mitchell personal liability. I also

NATURAL James Griffis. let early] Mon- ler and daughter, and Mr of Jacksonville were visiting' have a need for all risk'insurance

\ City Hall Phone 9644301 ,day morning. W. H.. Pringle all of Sanford. the.Milo Smith family Satur on my sports l
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Highland! back
; day. They were just
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McClel equipment and Travel Ac- l lf
j I banner at the Associational lan of Starke were dinner from, visiting Mrs. Mitchell'srelatives ,

Sunday School meeting at guests of the McClellans on 'in' South America. cident insurance on trips.Is .

Orange Street Church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs.! ,your agency known for

iLoW woiuu you pay a $1000 week. Long Branch had to McClellan of Jasper were vis- Martha Bales attended a miscellaneous -! 'one: stop' service becauseit
give up this banner one time shower in'honor of' all insurance
iting Mr. and Mrs. 'Lea Mc- can supply my -
debt a thousand miles away? again -or they got the new Clellan on Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Neal Phillips at_the home. :needs?"
banner they were and Mrs. Clyde Griffis of Neal's grandmother. Mrs.

IZER A about. Anyway. Highland were visiting Mrs. Sallie Odom .A. E., Walker, in Lake-City. Charley E. JohnsAgency
.church has banner hanging
a Lucinda GrWis'.ofJacksonville Mr. and Mrs. DouglasLowe
and Mrs.
.. .. _- on the wall, and we are real of Gainesville visited Mr.
It on Sunday: ..__ _
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prow\ U \ & .Reddish durIng
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sparksand aIUll\4I'l. PHONE 964-0121
-- -understand the. revival '
y .. ... of Charleston the'wee RF5STARKE
; I I i-;': at Clay Hill was well attended S. c.,daughters and Mr.and Mrs-Bryant Mr. ,and --Mrs. Bill Burner 131 S. Wahnt St. O D 57O

., last week. We didn't'have any and, Everett' E. Buraey of ,
< Redding of the ,State Farm '
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Jacksonville and Miss Eva
? 4VV .'" were visiting Mr.. and Mrs. "
Gasque of Tampa, were,visiting -
Lovin Redding on
Frank Wellhausen in the..Riverside -
: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter Mrs. Georgiann Sspp Sun
also with '
,.........,-, Mr. and Hospital Mrs. Franklin and Higginbotham and daughters of Columbia day. BUSINESS DIRECTORY

I and famiily. S. C. left for home Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs 'Doyle' .Starling -

and Mrs. Dewey Fon- and children who have ..
.1 Baptismal services fort the .L!'"
1"1'' ni.0 Ala. and in Cocoa have
-i: Maxville Baptist Church were tarn of Birmingham. been residing i

', held at Black Creek last Sunday Mrs. Sam Ingram_of Oklahoma returned to make their home AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE ..AUTO SERVICE

'afternoon.We City, Okla. were' visitingMr. ia.Lawtey. They will live on

extend our sincere sympathy and Mrs. Hewitt Brice on ; 'what is"known as the JohnWyrick Earl Garage J. B. Wright Starke's

to the relatives here of Monday. pIa e.
SINCLAIR 8ERYTC2 Cities Service Station
,Surprise Stork Shower ett.am AUTO ESTATE WORK
Mrs. M. C Pad
'--_ -. Mrs. Jennie Stubbs, who passed I
You could' the "In a suitcosd- and away''' in'a Jacksonville Mrs. Clarice Carter of Columbia daughter of Gainesville* and I All Work GuaranteedF&8M STATION J. C. Gardener, Prop.

put money hospital last week. Services S. C. was honoredata Mrs Richard Brooks and children IO-2M4 Ooapleie Auto Service Every Mechanical Service

deliver I it In person. or send it by wire. or I were held Thursday afternoon surprise stork shower last! of Miami were visiting ft*. Watawt tam Urea ISattutes-AceaIOM General Repairs Aatooutte

buy a posted money order.But if you have- a with interment in Long Friday night given by Mrs.; friends here Sunday.They will] AUTO SERVICE Lubrication Washing TransmissionsCities

checking account with us you amply sit downat Branch Cemetery. Mable McClellan and Mrs. be remembered as Elizabeth Service Products

home, write a check, and mail it A checking '-Mr. and Mrs. Roger North Inez Brice at the home el. the and Barbara Ann Plommer, Gilbert S. Brown 542 Madison t69.UOI.Dodd' TIRES BATTERIES" !

of Jack- latter. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M.
and daughter Cheryl
account at .our bank saves you so much, sonville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carter, formerly of this B. Pnmmer.. who were rest- Etaadsr* 00 Bernie States, 705 N Temple SuraI

in time and money, why be without one? Mrs. John North and family section was here visiting dents of Lawtey for everallears. ATLAS I Service & PHONE H4-911
for awhile. friends and relatives for two TIRES EATr11TtIZOlldtes I
TermsRoad .JIM..... r- AfTTrtStarke fl'lTftDO'
entered ,weeks. Arta oaiesRambler ; .nUAU AU\.
Henry Wellhausen Those ,at dinner with Mr. Phone tti70714ffl
the clinic in Gainesville last Several games were played ; and ).{rs.. J. E. Warren Sun
,N. Tem Statkt
and those & Recap Co.
during the party Sales ft Service
FLORIDAt Friday for tests. day. were Mr. and,'Mrs: Joe

: Miss Diane,Waters of Alma, i winning prizes were Mrs. Marvin : Grooms of Columbia, S. C.Mr. ,BED Edwards GENERAL REPAIRINGTnt : Pappy RwJsUtt, Oror MA
Ga. is visiting her sisters. Mrs. Rosier. Miss Gayle Gas- upping fcr Cm & Trmcia
__ ,, kins, Miss- Elaine ,Redding1 Mrs. Leslie, Bradley son Starke 66" rnflt Tftl WeUm3Mufflers
Claudine Mrs. ONE
.and daughter of Elngsley
4 ,!5 8' A ItK J $1lB,:K : Barbara Davis and Mrs.: Clarice Carter. Late Miss Beverly Appleby of ServicetMssn NEW THUS! AT SATOfOtBATTERIES

_,_, _.-. .. ,- ,-- -, .. ._ _, Mr. and Mrs. .Roger North Refreshments were served Jacksonville Beach,." and Mr. FIRESTONE:
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and daughter spent last weekend and and Marvin Warren of 'Tire! Batteries Accessories
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with relatives inGa. Alma, Jacksonville:. Lynn had spent
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;. 'T V Tl V M W T T I M VS TV to clear the location at KeyatoneGolfers VYTTTTTVYYTTVTYTTTYYYlMELROSE- ', ,- Melrose Boosters dling of Orange Park recently : Vmv'vv .Y YYW"Y'I and Katftyi pent Sunday at
the Keystone Wat: Co. pump visited their parents, Mr. and >ahr. 1t ;
KETSTftNE HIGHLIGHTSAAAAAAA station with Mr. Wiggins shd will jSp is riSt I Plan ActiVitiesFor Mrs. J. 1 Harpe. 'I GRANDIN I Vllan MisT.MJjdred. Bowroughs- ofGatnesvle'

the Town Council.- Big Tournament .-'.*- New Season' Mrs. Clarence Samson is v'isited friends
Chief Fox and .Pres .Muir ": '-i t J MrAIICI"EOtbIZ2m'et" recuperating the home of
j17 IL SChU and relatives fn Grandin Sun-
I had met- with the Town The first Keystone, Heights _. The .Melrose. ,High, School her son and daughter-in-law By Charleyene BrautleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAI i I I .
..1 Council,,and.it was. their jjwtationaliGolf Jourraament AA&A&A&A4.A.A A.&AA&Nlntutnth heIdi Mr. and Mrs. Harold day.
opinion first
A A *. .....AAA.... ...... ... .....jI Men's Booster Club Samson i I II I: $ 2 Dl; Manh of .f'J ra-
,.According to Fox that
Lovern Re-elected tn.t Keystone HighSshool Is the Fire.Dept, budget ,would and Sunday SeptL8and 9> Reunion, Hdi week, at.the .BchpoL ., : Mrs.! Annie Taylor of Au- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Un home h a a. returned after
l derwood and Tracy, of i a'
I To Head Boosters Club now State Accredite&ftftnd is not be cut. according to an anrjouncementVfi ,The 1943 graduating, classof Off \ead41iJhe; pjganizatioQ burndale has returned horre i son. speiinfihs week"with her

, At a meeting of the Boos4 'on*the,way to being Southern ,The secretary was. instructed -, Sachman.;'chairman fof Melrose>,High. .School met ,this yearaxeMrs.. M.. after a visit with her son-in i Tampa were visiting the Eugene I brother and\ \i sister'" in St. Au-

ters Club at the Schoolhouseon ,Actredited. This is good news .to:.write letters!of appreciation the..Keystone Men's Golf. As- at Keystone.Beach recently to C gang: pyesiden4k.HermanMcGuire i law and daughter, Mr. and ,i Brantley family on Sun-in i gus1net.

Attgusl 24.Capt.' Richard foe all parents who'tti&ve! had I tK.PaulSmysor, for .socia.\ton._sPQDSOI'S of the celebrate their 19th .anniver vice ,president; Mrs. Mrs. Ray Birt. : day. Tommy has been Mr. and'Mi's. James Varnes

Lovgsakafe r 2el ipI'tQ- ., doubts' n%. fc\fci permitting use of ..the Beach event.ParticipatIng., j sary since graduation Twelve Pock L. Thou secretary; and Mr .and Mrs. John Tipton! Jacksonville this week on have ni6\ed into 'the Sike

derit'1 t.* e cfcatag ,ear;.Don Junior TComftK's CfcfcExrcative for the dance and to enclose golfers,are Invited classmates and,two-' teachers Mrs W. A.:McLaughlin_ reas- and daughter, Virginia and I Ii Coast Guard duty. Cottage in Grandin.Mr. .

Sha&aofosj frtlE to VIA pres- : Board MpttajThfe an associate membership card to qualify on Sept. 8 and joined in to, enjoy the.picnic urer., i Frances Whitehead of Gain-i Mr. and Mrs. Marshal and Mrs. Walter Mc-

ident; M Carlton Paul. *ec- Executive Bo j 4 of the with the letter..Also .,letter their' qualifying ,scorer will lunch. and to .reminisce over The club decided( to purchase -II esvllle visited Mrs. Tipton's i Strickand and children of Call and Mr. and Mrs. Earl

tretary a&4<.Mn. Raleigh Junior Woman's,,.luto-ol Key- to Keystone Jewelers for.having count :in.Jb.% toarnament total former years. Seven members a popcorn popper to be brother-ta-law and sister, Mr. i Florahome left Friday for a Sikes and family of Jacksonville -

Zike. ti kir 5HftPresls ,tone Heights met.atthe Murr- the dance tickets printed. ; .There j.will be prizes for ot the class were unable to I used in the concession standas i!.and Mrs. R. L. Smith, Sunday. I II ,: vacation to Texas to see Mrs. spent the weekend at

>J9| LoYora reported hee Insurance Ageacy'.' office The membership,voted that all..f1iSh\il ep\.19.; attend. the first project for this I Mrs. Florence Jackson of Strickland's brother and family I their camp.

that thV seaSon tlcketo Wednesday ,night. Aug. 22. at the department pay for, the There will be a o.mon The two. teachers who attended tear J! was..also decided to; Gainesville visited friends in i I Walter Dinklea, son of Mr.

home games had been printed 7:30.: .This. was .the first meeting damage to Gene Williams 'Friday, Sept. 7, with prizes of "were Mrs O. T. RobinSQfl change the meeting"date to: rose last Saturday. ; Mrs. Edith Dinklea of Flora- I and Mrs. Garret Dinklea of

-S courtesy of Reynolds Insurance stoce J the appointed members watch accidentally: broken $5 cash player Qr.$20 per ..better known .as .Aunt, the_first,Monday night in. every -I'' Charlie Henderson of Jacksonville home. and Edward Varnes of Florahome had his tonsils out

Antv.. .. ).took over, at the1.\end'ofMay.1 while fire fighting team {four,,to,team}.' Mnllfe. 'nf'.,Melrose-. and. Mrs.,. mOIith* brother-in-law o f, Grandin attended a reunion I 1__ _A&o..
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Mrs. Lovorn reported that fi .Chief .Fox warned against Entry fa?: for the ;tournament Fremont Tones the former The .Booster_Club is sponsoring Ii Mrs. W. W. Addison spent of Mrs. Dinklea's graduating :

.her, soliciting-for ad* fcr-tht The meeting' was for the absenteeism .at I fire, calls He .$ ,which.will include MissZee Hunter. Q! Keystone, a BakerShop, and Rummage the weekend in Melrose with class last Sunday at Keystone \ and family Mrs. Roscoe went to.Shep-San
witf J approval and:endorsement of stated that it had been noted t'socialpow and buffet.dinner Heights. -':" Sale :Saturday momlni.I'the Addison family aid his Beach. Everyone had a good oard .
: fcry well. '
program going
visit MiSheppard's
and that allnuspaces In then the yearbooks for the coming that .some, available] members. :Saturday; night-, Entry Others"who'attended Included Sept.,., starting at 9 aon. at""daughter, Sharon, who have time renewing friendships and'\ Mateo Sunday to

program hatt beenoflUed ,butt year\) Richard Murrhee is had_not responded. faes may, be mailed to.Les Mrs. John ..Vincent, the Fprd'. vacant store. spent the summer vacation, meeting all of their families. ; parents.Churth
In chargeof The Secretary, Jact 1aber- Stephenson, at 1i.,Key,, Joe of t News
three. She sWd that Ssha'.ha4 seoond'Vice-pretident ,, pro former Irene Turner, and Coach Phillips announced here.Mr. \ Mrs. Lamar Clough Doug-
,.',31 names so fftr'for'the back prograJrtsV .nd the year- stroh acknowledged the courtesy stone-Go'4 &,Country..Club.. children of Canonsburg. PaM that an Intra-Squad game, and Mrs. Bunyor. Kelley las. Ga., and Mrs. F. H. Herring Rev. C, J. Smyly, State

i* of the program listed as boot rchairman for the club of Wally Muhlhofer, for Theplay on,Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Great- will be played by the football I spent Tuesday in Gainesville. ) ,of Peniel have been I Training Union Director for

"friends of the team." i for: the 4&2- season. serving as active secretary Sunday will be 12 to a flight house and ,family of Tampa. team Friday, Sept. 7. at 7:30' Mrs. Iva Douglas and son,i staying with Mrs. Vira Herring -I *he Florida Baptist Convention -

MemberS present unanim- while Jack l{. on,vacation. with three, prizes pffered. for Mrs. Greathouse was formerly p.m. Admission will be 25 and daughter-in-law 'Mr. and i' while Mrs.! Came Rye ,! was guest speaker last

Mr. Knuth the ''principal, ously approved the outlined Lions Hold Meeting each flight I Mary Elizabeth Danielson.Her cents per person.It Mrs. Howard Douglas and !! was in the Medical Center in j I Sunday. Both morning and

*, spoke of some problem that plans for the yearbook and The Keystone. Uonsj Club Golfers are expected to enter parents, Mr. and ;Mrs. D. was decided to transportthe children of' Brooker visited I j Gainesville. While there Mrs. I evening messages were very

had developed in regard tot Mrs. Murrhee was instructedto met in the. Den, on Monday, the tournament as J. Panielspn ,of ). attended football team by bus this Mr. and Mrs. R. M Cason Rye underwent surgery and is inspirational. At the Training

,: the''games scheduled. [ On proceed with her current Aug. 13, with only.50 per cent far south as Leeeburg, and as the reunion. also. year if one is available, and'a Tuesday. now home and doing fine- Union hour he spoke to the

team had converte4 created"to6-i n plans for printing and distribution of membership present far west as Tallahassee. Those attending from Jacksonville driver can be fo nl. The i I Miss Connie King is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Intel'mediate through Adults
;: football, which sit- I books.It .reported that tM sister and in classes and told how to make
of the .n was, wereMadge: irst'game away from home Is :: firmly Jr. and family have returned
*4 uatlon and several' solutions was also voted by the new bulletin board outside:the f '. : Tomlinson, lormer Y a d ge With Hawthorne Sept .14. : Jacksonville. to Griffin, Ga. after spending I programs more interesting

were discussed. Executive Board that all future -! post office is completed 'except job ,o! teaching. but they Bryan; Dr.. William Fennell uEveryon? interested in .Melrose :; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tcenhow- I two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.. Attendance was low because

Mr. Knuth said that the meetings of the Junior for painting. Lion Ben- should .have a rest this year Bobby Bryan Harold Hill High School is urged to er of San Diego, .Calif have I H. B. Sikes, Sr. I'some families were away on

team had elected their co- W9Il1a1l'S'Club be held in the son said he would paint it. and.let others volunteer.. and their families. Mrs. Hill join the Booster Club. Membership moved here. vacations. Next Sunday our
;, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bran
for the John
captains year beard 'room of Clay Electric When the new. board goes We are sorry ,we made a was the former Lynella Til- I cards can be obtained Mr. and Mrs. GUI Whittonof
tley and children, and Mr. pastor Rev. Alton Stephens
Allen for backfleld and
the *
Cooperative into effect, the old bulletin mistake last, week and said, den, also a graduate of Mel- from Mrs. M. C. King presi- Largo visited her brother- Kinzer and
and Mrs. C. .
David Schaefer for the.ltae. Honorary'Memberships were board at the old post office that the. Sunday morning I rose. dent or Mrs. Dock L. Tison. in-law and sister Mr. and ,wiflbebak,

Both Cla'ss'this boys will year.be In._the- Junior discussed and it was stressed will be turned over again to bake.sales, would be .discontinued Others attending were:, ,Mr. secretary.The Mrs, C, A. Ford. and family. .I Thursday.family went After to Marineland a picnic lunch on PAEAN CHURCH
that any newcomer in this the city. after Labor. Day., This and Mrs. Fred Rodriguez and next meeting of the Pat Glisson.,.left for Fort at Anastasia Park they went
Pres. Lovwn the GRANDIN FLA.
suggested ,
area, between ages of 18 and Lions Beidler and McQlave was wron&,They will continue family of. Orange Springs. Club will be Monday Oct. 1, Jackson, ,6. q. last w ek. I
> to the Old Fort in St. Augus-
Boosters et aside
? some mon 35, .and who is interested inbecoming' had a meeting with John during the good..weather,, for Mrs. Rodriguez is the former at 8 pjn. at the school Mrs. Sally Smith of Wash- j
ey to mate an award for the a member of the Bird relative to the lots Mr. the..benefit of week-end.er8, Betty WImberly. Mr. and Mrs. ington, D. C.:spent sufew days tine, and to St. Augustine Sunday School, 10 a. m.

most valuable player at the Junior' Woman's Club. get In Bird wants to donate to the Please remember to pur- Cokon Martin and- eons of here, Beach. Morning'orship, 11 a. m.

end of the' \ season. Coach touch With Mrs. Carl Darden. club for the construction of a chase 'your Christmas cards Gainesville. Mrs.. Martin is Okla. and greatgrandparentsare V.. L, Robinson and familyof I Fireman Jim TCorkyl Hu- Training Union, 6:45: p. m.

Spradley 6&id hevould'rather membership chairman, a t Community Center The building fiom the Altar Society. Mrs. the-.former Lavon Kite. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mann Hbgansville, Ga. spent the bner is visiting his parents I Ev.eJl1ngVQrship. 8 p.m. MId-

see all boys who letter' ,get 4270, or Mrs. Tom Garnar would be fully controlledby Lfiju- Clemens is in charge rMrs.Henry" Dinkier and son ..Mrs. J. Stanley LaCoste is weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubner, I week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
an award of some- soft.. ''A and family in Florahome. Jim 8 p.m.-Rev. AIton Stephens
president of the club. The the Lions Club. The lots and they are on display each Florahome.. She is the fornier recuperating at home after a:. L. VanNetta. I
motion was made seconded, girls are anxious to improve are on Block 8, near the Clay Sunday. morning. Edith Walters fall on., the Keystone golf Miss Teena Rothlummer has been on a tour of dutyin pastor.
and passed that all players membership eligibility and Co-op antenna. and.are valued iAnae'a Episcopal .,Francis Chiappini, and Mrs. course where she suffered a I has returned home after Hawaii and is now stationed -

who letter receive awards. hope that anyone knowing at approximately $3500. ',A meeting of St. Anne's John W. Perry former,Rhoda broken arm. spending several weeks in at Long Beach, Calif. on -

The matter of the cheerleaders someone who might be inter- They are 186 feet deep with Chu. chwomen will be held on Tufts of Mdrose. Mrs. David Ross is visiting, Eau Gallic with her uncle! and the USS Henderson. [ UNWANTED

was brought up. Last ested will submit her name.. to 130ft. frontage. Mr. Bird We esday.ept-.5, at 10 a. Winners ,of.the. Melrose .hmctber in .Pittsburg. Pa.Rev. aunt .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S 'Mrs. Ethel Brockaan returned -. .
'"> year, there 'were .noretheerleader&isomeUmos a Junior Club! Member.- would like to hate a-decision su in rthe Parish House. Duplicate Bridge ,Club forlast and Mrs. Kenneth Griffith Easterling.The home Wednesday aftera 1' HAIR OFF!

+.: ;-than:football -' It was' announced that' fee I from the club within' the next The Mission Board will week include the follow.1. and, family visited in Methodist parsonage is visit to Perry with' her

limit players. :Taa t decided V 'this to first meeting for,the new'club' 12 months and if'they decideto meet at 3 p.m., Wednesday, ing: Pirst J i ce, Mrs. H. D. Cjearwater.Mr being torn down and work daughter, Mrs.' Gerald Bayless' I FOREVER

the'with number. -alternate.D'The year,will be held on Wednesday undertake it, he would approve Sept. ,,5. in the.Parish House. Harrison and.Mrs.; W. J. .Gro- : and*,Mrs. C. A...Hoff- will begin 0new b'liiding and family. if .: ,ii Edmund DwyerELECTROLOGIST
year or'Tuie ; ? Sept. ,!!' the plans for the build Choir practice is held.each lick; second place,.Mrs. Darel man, Sr. of Cocoa Beach and Mrs. f.eVffJII Grtinger.is' I

discussed method choosing'them was Notes oil Volunteer .' ing. Pres. McGlave is asking Tuesdayt 7:45 pin, Collins -and Mrs. J. W. Foster; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoffman soon.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Bowen home afterspecking a 'couple

_.____.A :and-'Mrs.,_ _. _".Spradley_1A_ Fire Drpt. MeetingThe 'all-members to,glyt this :.ser .*,Fattier: Worstall and. family third. Dlafce:. Mrs. GlaM Givens Jr. and children of Gainesville and riaimhtpr _TYiana_, r.f Sa_ of days in Putnam Memorial' 107 W. University Ave.
:whereby ug'12i the'.-facility''W'-p and paan the, 'regular)meeting'.ot. the ious -thought,.and-be-ready,to are', expected, back, this week and- -Mrs. :Val! Givens; pent the weekend with ;-i-t;; ;: Ga.A'visited Mr.orA and-- 1 Hospital'I t' wee'' Ph. FR 2-8039 G'ville.

Keystone Heights Volunteer vote on it4a the regular iSep- nd. n..S ndaY he wm'e1e- and' fourth '"place," 'Mrs. C. MJ\ and Mrs.. A. C. .Spires. i Mrs. O. J. Bryant.t Mrs. Ruth Gornto. Vicki Keystone Ilts. Ph. 4379
student-body'would. ?ach .
: Fire Department! was held oti tember business meet1ngh'LIOnZI rate Holt Eucharist. Maxson and Mrs., John Mr.-and Mrs. Hoffman, Jr.
hand in the se1ec on. August 7, with 19 members McGlave, chaffer PewonaU, Strawn. and family were en route to t r. tlr'A'' I ,

After the business meeting. present. In the absence of Beidler. Griffin and Wildt attended Major Bert Christoffeis returned Mr. and ,Mrs. Thomas Pre- Tucson Ariz where he will be METHODIST CHUECH' 5

Mr. Knuth showed parentsthe President Lew Muir. Henry the cabinet meeting of .Sunday from .15 days vost, Sr. and family of New studying for a PHD at the ZIKE DECORATING SHOPi
schedule of classes that Rev. Kenneth W. Grttftth i
Hall vice president presided. the District Governor Quin- of active' duty at Dobbins AFBin Orleans, La. spent the week University of Arizona.Mr. .

had been worked out by his Approximately;$2300 has been ton' Humph In Gainesville Marietta, Ga. where he'was with her mother Mrs. Etta and Mrs. Clarence craw- School'Pastor i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' PHONE 4505
This 'a difficult Sunday ':45 ft.cs.
faculty. was very
received, in ,the Fund Drive Aug. ..15.STOP Communications And .Electronics Hinge. ford visited their son-in-law,
task as the' four. new I and $240 realized on dance Officer .for the 9324A W. H.: Dobson and family and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Worship 11 a. m. I I Paints & Painting Aids
classrooms are not yet ready
tickets. It is nice ta see some stop- F,., Recovery Sqdn. front of Hogansville Ga. visited Mr. James Schmidt in Lebanon TRINITY EPISCOPAL

for This occupancy.Is What 'Parents : Fire Chief Fox reported thefollov.1ng' : signs on some of the former. Gainesville. During: the, Ma; and',Mrs. E. I. VanNetta last Pa.' They also visited in Reading CHURCH MELEOSE I DURALITE S DU PONT

fires during the preceding "courtesy corners" in our jor's absence/his wife went weekend. Pa: WALL PAPER WALLTEX
Want To Knpw: month: v town, but there is one sign to Fort Bragg N. C, for a ',Mr.'and Mrs. Bin Thorntonvis1td Mrs. Betty St. Amour of Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy I

Mr. Knuth, has announced M July 7, Woodsfire. .Silver that. saga "Stop" and means Visit with her son.. Lt. Rand in Franklin and High- Houston Texas and JOn Joel oundays 10 a. m. Church : Custom Made Drapes & Traverse Roda

Lakei no\ amage it. One way or another it will EdelsleJn. and her..daughter' lands, N. C: recently.Mr. of .Virginia are visiting M;, .School. 11:45: a. m. Morning I Plants Plant Foods Fertilizers
Restaurant <* F \ keystone Washet- stop -you, We have in mind. in-law, and grandson. She and Mrs. 'Jim Smith ofIndianaPQUs. and ,Mrs. Ernest Howard. Prayer and Sermon .[First I

July 19; estimated between the" little a.ueJxt. toOwnbey's stopped at' Marietta, Ga. on Ind. are the parents 'Jim Degenhardt is home af- Sunday. Holy Communion, 9 I! Yard Tools Insecticides Sundry Items

LAWRENCE'S. n DINETTE eria damage$300 to $500. ,'. f It', is, practicallyvln her, way home and she anther of- a daughter Melody ter.ii two
the middle of the right-hand husband drove. home tq: Lynn., The maternal grandparents Three Lakes, Wis. .
Good Food, -. ,Cold. Beel' Henry Hall reported ,that. lane !f-4 traffic! We wonder ,gether ; -.are Rev. 'and'Mrs.. Mrs. Earl Hartsfield and Communion. i Day 4505
Night 4417
S thq ,ne. sirea/ as !beep oreceived ''lnd what they Last weekend and'Mr.. The 'Rev. Lee W. Heaton I
OPEN Np4YS t' who put\it up. ,) .Daniel, 'Stafford. of Bethany,.:children.and. Mrs E.. C.. RldL -
.krrar *"
nd mints < i
a M. L. 'IJhn Vicar.
11"ye + Mz.'o 'f Pj. I. tohavTtheI din: mind? '_ Beasley and daughter Y -
have been made CHURCH, JiEWSCwnnuniiT drove to UontlceUo Then "

21 1..- jadghts_ I pole set Chief Fox Vas" is-. Church. : they visited. Mrs.. Beaslejl 1 will. be- in his..junior. .of. u.;his..uncle. .. 4nd_ ._ aunt. _. ,Mr._
r I :On" Sunday.- :Sept,. 2. the- mother.and, his brother,, .- year wnue LRomesa will- en eras ana; MrS. '*i. i*. ueasiey, zor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
He will
Harvey a freshman., __ ,. two -weeks.- rttum MELROSE
.Community Church: will'gt Beasley .and wife who home'
in time to enter school l
back to its winter schedule of had Just come ,from .Newton, Dianne Brokas- h&s been
visiting .in ,Akron .Ohio and this being his senior. year in
services. Sunday' School will Kan. Sgt,. Beasley has' been ,
overseas hi Okinawa. in.J Jatown N.\Y.; She went high school. BUSINESS
be at 9:30: ajQ., while Sunday After DIRECTORY
Church service will begin' at his. furlough he wIll be stationed IS far aZanesvi11e.Ohio.w1th M L, Beasley wen$ .to Tallahassee .

11. Please remember.St. In California.: Harvey Eev. :and Mrs. Worstafl and "business on Tuesday 1 ._ ,
____ William's: is a former Keystgner, having family:;They arc all expected morning; .- I

L' Sunday, Sept.* 2,' will be lived here a number:of yea home this week.,, irtrrsroNB BtlGilTS FLOKI8T_ NURSERY S James H. McEachern

-J- children Commonjon of the Sunday parish.i fort the i i ago.Mr., and. Mrs- Jimmy Law-' .of Mr.-''Keystone and-MrS., 'Cei'*Wald.Bessette,who .COMMUNITY.. CHTJBCHif m. Edna Williaitgf'LORISTNURSUY : Clemens Nursery Realtor r

_ On Sept 16. 17. and:18, 6t.William's on.'nwI-weds.. :' won most Gf,th .honors at thi Dr* *w vfc, HftijI BQiIie .Over 60k VanIties of, j;Lot I on WRITE SAND LAK|
\ Ga., were' weekend visitors in National. Ceramics ,Show in FLOWXRS Shrubs Tree flouseplaatiCitnu ..1
I will have 40-Hour llit. George A. Ca&Ava Or- I 'I"'
__ | $,25.. Also let and homes ..
__ :
the William"Few
: Devotn&b 1 home on Orlando' lastyear, let< the IUJIt lrettw. Fw All OocuteaiPbont & Awleaa Palma other lakes.
.5 I lake Geneva. Mrs. 'Lawson bther day with'.daughter Penny i e1roIe : OR 8-13J1 Hiway 100 al HfflcreH :
There are_stiH a great Bldutri CaAaaa. Y tn' Db8i1zI .
mans'chairs f j- 3 itllM Eaat of
the :
; former Jean Morris. fc for Chicago to exhibit in r. .. .
\, to pay for. at $5 a Mrs: Few's 'sister. this: 'yeart :national show. 1Al tsc oot 9:45:.. ....m. INSURANCE .' S Keystone HeiglitI ',. Contact Edna Martin AstoeUrt
I *
$4 chair. Would you like to donate "
Readers who learned of the While'away.; Mr.B ssette Will M rnin'wbrihip.1 !! A. m I
a' little extra next SUn- IL SIcEACHERN
S Murrhee
S '' SS,_______S ..S # misfortune of' 'Carol ':Baker, attend the first reunion of.his Youth People, 7 p.m. Pioneers Insurance NURSERY STOCK _. '
it day for a worthy cause?, Father : '. P. O. Box: 163. Phone 41"
-- -- Dougherty requests that tefl\ and Mrs.;Bin family in"20 years. I :p. to.ST. Agency Azalea Me t op

Ever,See .a,Dream Coming True? those who have pledge sheets I Baker, when her prize-win *. We' werev{ talking .to Mrs. General Insurance .i I 3' to 4' Azalea Special $.00 e*. Keystone, Heights, Fla. I

please return them soon. i ning: steer was'struck by lightning Mary. Carew the other day A.VN1S,EPISCOPAL Fire Landscaping Material Available: II I
did! I
;(we ) last spring, win be glad when she blew into town and : CHUEC See OUr Plants Before Yea Buy: I
All members ot the, ; KEYSTONE Afid| lines
". 1. .ereiyV eek fr more than a, year, we parish telmow ,that Carol- hasanother she told .us &athe had oM j i if
,.. y. are urged tQ patronize our Keystone Heifhta. 2731 0. C. Games Nursery ..E. Mc&ay Realtor
her hduse but she w"W.
would still .Ber.-
actually .saw'.our..dream coming Jrue en. the Ham Bupper-: and tell their steer she Is grooming W ntH.Ylar ,L Ftorahome 884-4665 f
: for the :North:,Florida Stock Consider:Keystone Heights her r Pailjt Morning, Prayer; 7.00JDO. S tI.ke trail Horn
pages of our SAY ing account book.! friends about'tt,- toaMrs.. boine When It Comet To Property
Show in Madison the latter town and was p1nfting .,Dafly Evening Pn 6
each week watch the totalcorae.j&ser ". and Acreage.KcyttMte .
i&rin Herbert It ToINSURANCE"
"It Nebon chairman '
was a,.O4W, -
to invest home
part, of :Ybina! .* Appropriately a more PJSL. ..Sunday 9:31..m.: PAI'KAGESTOREShtighneiy's ?< 4''.. '. -
n4,sjc er to the'maglc. figure that the event asfeLttwt ctffj 1Ii suited to her heeds.Weekend FIRST CLASS!
enough, the new teeris1 Holy Eucharist on lit and ;
meant the down payment a home of' oar own. Ii of the 'parish doraU Qve named -"lightning r guests oith, Jrd S&Bdayi each month. Geo. E. LaRue I I lrllta-PII. Jon

fill finally,.one 'yeek1 {J.
had omi,9wn<' payment. Today, w e. have our. home 1 not add dressing,but do add Mrs. Fred Dodd arrived home Say were Miss Clyde Oateen Ua .'. Litany .fierriceoa For TRAILERS OPEN. I A. M.-12 P. IL.DAILT 1 :

".4at* pjoij"sojn t ,new Breams' that we're going 'to j Ij I hard-bcfled-egt. and chopped Sunday;Aug.:"'19. from: an evangelistic Miss Blanche'Caranaugh.. and any 5Ui Sunday. Evening Insurance Company CLOSED SUNDAn Winifred H.Properties .

watch come Uu >n the very same place;, on the ; tttery. The dressing will be tour he has' been Miss'. LIffian Hartij, all of .Prayer, 5 pja. HomeOwnersAntomoblle I Keystone Uelrow HIghway I

pages of our savings. account. book!" 1 made at the hall so that all on :with other students from Jacksonville. They came to S'i. flee MsoaPtnrtra1t.T,4 'I CR4WQBIJg.
S s i Seystone to 'heip'Barbara BAPTIST Tel iggg pQay 4338. N1te' :
Walto.watth..1Dur dreams coming true? potato salad will be uniform. Bob Jones tJnive'S1t.-W
Soythvell celebrate her birthday KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Bt. 1M South I BtII1,JI er
\YVv$ got .a_nice new savings account .book.,. Every lady is also expected'to took themthrough' b\diAnJI., in obserrance- of this MILLWORK ,14 'tl L ,- .I. I M' .
Tennessee ,
and '. .
t .''a1ijtazfor i\ '. t I NOW! br1n5 one cake or twp,pies. R. .Smittv pwtor. Ralph r" Acrigo.Cty
.io- -# 'S r Ltiel Father Docgtrty asks that Smith Carolina. occasion, theifirls tetjd7ed: Copeland.t. Minister of 1Wc< ** Ke, ton ,. -REAL- ESTATE Jhfwoj." ;' BII 1 _. _.
luncheon at the .1.- 'Ir \.t "
several ladies volunteer to Miss/ Nancy Lyons of denton University and church organist sII *. r-*", '.'' \.' .. m. nf&1irn'"Wj
: KEYSTONE BANK Inn in Gainesville. B Barbara Shit
a J I teach C&tethlsm .this fall : spent ,the past week tens: 1Ls that 'this is the last Serrjcei Sundiy School DOORS C. J. Pete O'Ccimw !Tai.A"f
since we cannot get.the; nuns with the Doddtamfly. on-Fri- tits .
tirthday she is going 'to ac- : ,a m. Morning WorshlB. f : ,.JIil rejU .
'. MEMBEJR FJDJ.C. to come ton" cur church this day'nen1ng. John Dodd drove 19:50: ,to. TalninI"Vn1on. WINDOW FBAHS ETALT03: ; '
h\' her'home/ knowledge. After this, she win SCREENS Midway: KeyitonsBIfray flgti
'rrtrndty 1tItk in A Friendly Community 'e .-t..ihale too.man 7:00 p. .m. Etentog erricei EEAL ESTATE I

I S 5'- .- &rtste. &nd ,yiqt, nnrn S 'On 'Manday/Sept; X John be agelesi 8:01: p. m. Youare1nvItedio TSub S IltlrM. 'I
Keystohe'Hdghls, fl: I nuns. Last winter, the ladiesof and Rome Dodd wm leave Russell Deegan of PineUas share family Prayer time with Made TI Order MORTGAGE APPRAISALS tl Opea Sunday-. )

-- I the Parish did very fine for' Bob Jteca University. ]Park U a guest in the born > as. t&erl." HeIghts TeL 42U.Ittrfi@l H i, 'Pbec 42S7 I QJS 6WIv

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\ 0 RAIFORD ___ @

V8y Mrs. Nancy C. Tompklns

_1.- .'.1_ ..... .,. '
j ;-' '

.,' There was a large congregation -
at the Baptist Church i m
Sunday. some of those from
put of town were. Rev. and
Mrs. Clinton Peterson andfamily 'C OO D F
g'I 5f1 3f V '
'were ,visiting the Prices Sun-
: Y.

...,11ir. and Mrs. Willis Rogersof BREADED SHRIMP
:Jacksonville were Sunday .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
POem, and family. 2 LB. LB. CAN
Mrs. Bessie Sapp has as her 49 nox $159 I
Thursday guest Mrs. MarionSapp s SANDWICH SIZE \

Mr.,of and Lake Mrs.Butler.Harold Yar- FULLY DRESSED All meat Franks LB. 59c Cube Steaks 10 STEAKS 99c ".
brough and and Mr.
and FROZEN I j
Mrs. Robert Faulkner entertained cfl
: .
picnic Sunday dinner with honoring a delicious FILLET ENGLAND OF FROZEN PERCH ," 39* K CHUCK : RIB : CHOPPED : ROUND

their,mother, Mrs. S. P. Yar- : : :
.I fcrough, on her birthday. .........................n............**. STEAK. : STEAK : SIRLOIN :: GROUND

There(; were 23 relatives and PRICES GOOD THRU WEEK END w &S : : C

L ;end spent friends Ki t.h The'little Mrs.Halls Sunday to Yarbrough.enjoy Linda and this afternoon Sue Tompkins occasion Alvarez at STARKE, FLA. G S y : LB.5' .. e! L07't !: LB.79t 4 I LB.7t

Green. Cove Springs visiting rIME. At.
:Mr.: Hall's mother Mrs. V.G.
fail Sr., and other relatives.
: We still have quite a fewpick
ones in Lake Butler hospital -
>> including Mrs. Elsie
Garden who went in Sunday.
We wish for each of them a
speedy recovery.
Friends of Johnstown Bap.
tist Church and friends of r
Raiford gave the Hall family )
a going away party Saturday
night. They met at the Johns-
town Church where they sang
longs and had prayer.' Theclinch l
presented them with a
lovely: china cake plate. The
,Johi Pass family presented r
them with a lovely pair of
qtfllow i cases and the Raiford
I friends gave them a nice bed

spread. Cake ice-cream and FREE
punch were served. MERCHANTS

..Mrs.+'Lawton Lonnie Conner Dobbs of of Starke.LaCrosse With the purcha Green Stamps of LUNCH KITS 'EAtH S'' 99 D .!\U1 @)f[3[P4a; @[3l.O! trU3!; lTf1

,:: and Mrs. Arch Dobbs Family Size 83? .

'ICorjner.guests, \ of Mr. 'and Mrs. Jim At Our Regular low Pric* FILLER PAPER 99c'CHEDDAR CHEESE LB. 49 COOKED PICNICS

*: Rev. Malcolm Tompkins of EXPIRES 9-5-62 a B
Orlando the Friday guest 'j
".of. .;the Tompkins and Halls.. AJcmmn1Jcuxnxnn FILLER PAPER 110 COUNT 29< MAYFAIR SLICEDAMERICAM
\nd''the Tompkins and .Halls QPPVV0 90000000WW0000000000000 CHEESE 120ZiI/t FOR A REAL

t wth spent| Saturday the Giles In Jacksonville Tomkpins MERCHANTS J. BEGINNERS TABLET "25, s TASTE HOLIDAY I 3 $1 79

family. Creel Sumps MAYFAIR NEW IMPROVED :

f .Mrs. MaUle Griffis enter- With the purchase ofI 6X9 STENO PAD EACH 25.CTCM COTTAGE CHEESE 160Z' 25 .i TREAT!

4t$ined' at home Saturday night Lb. Pkg. Quarters ,, LB. CANflFISCHNUIN'S
with a miscellaneous shower .

tri honor of Mrs.-Deloris Grif- OLEO ..... .. .. ..
.. :: : .., ,. ,
1 fis i5 ,Tucker.guests.take The Mrs.and hostess cokes Tucker to served'iljfefr the received Mow EXPIRES Regular 9-562 low Priet. rj .. { '.[ ',h,n _Y ldaD! l I f lOIM, Co3QaC f.G3 W @[PG aQdr

; \, + '
;ful,gifts. .
J Irs. Joe Cason and Mrs. ;, ;5' WITH SAVINGS FOR YOU. HOT DOG ROLLS 2 W 35


i M Jacksonville'ed' ,trs. Ralph Saturday.Odom night entertain'Thursday' of last- YICED With of if*(ai purchaw) lady fair ofrk0. I -, APPLE PIE B iH 39c POUND CAKE 1 T 29c

week in her home with a mis- : NUT ".BUNS. ... ,, ."aft : .-..........,..............,......................................................................................
cellaneous shower honoring At Our ReguWr Uw ?rk.
;received many lovelY'gifts: ,

punch The hostess to the served 20 guests.cake and :=: HEAD

a : P"Mrs. Nancy Thornton had S I 11fF- LARGE HEAD CAULIFLOWER 29

as';her guests her three grand- MERCHANTS 1i h .
daughters and their families Orvea Stamp

'Mr.arid'children and Mrs.of Howard Jacksonville.Lang With tU( purchaie. Size ofAM. LARGE Western CANTALOUPES 3 FOR '69C

r Mr. and Mrs. Sykes and children -
of Dade City and Mr. L : .

and children Mrs.of Marvin Lakeland.Dobbs and At Our Regular lew Prict :: BAG ffiESM! ORANGE JUICEOT39' GRAPEFRUIT JUICE a*. 33'

Cindy ant..Kathy Hendricks'of 28r'4
JacksonvilV, little daughters .J Lo
of Mr. and Mrs. Dave L-I

Hendricks. are' visiting their o o e a e. ei
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Carter.

See 14.18 F.8. .
4 that: Charles Hardy the bolder
of tbe following certificate :
has filed said 'certificatesfor aftaT
deed to be issued thereon. eo.ol.a.
The certificate numbers and '
year: of Issuance, the description -
of the property, and the
Barnes in which it was assessed
are as follows:, r
Certificate No. 48 Year of Is
'suance' 19tf.Description!.
of Property 1 AlA
\, S\V Cor of E% of SEVi'of"
BBVl. 1 ex Hy Sec. 27 T 6S R J1E. ......,..
game In which assessed Lawrence .... ...........................' ..." 11 t
F. Lamee, Sr. '........-.:.........:...;. .. ..."J.."......... "
AU of said property being; in ..;:; : \}.: .. .
,;: :
.JJ1e bf Florida.County of Bradford. State : .::: '. '

,I t e Unless, redeemed such accordtnc certificates to shall law FOLGER'S' ;;' ;2>' ASSORTED FLAVORS _
ht.property described in such }I; tii : "
certificate or certificates will be :"
,told to the highest bidder at the CANADA DRY280ZBTL 10 C
court bouse door on the first INSrAN:71" Iit
.Monday In Month of October. : ,,,
iWhlchls the let day of Oe- {
,.obet'. 196.Dated !. lt.OOSIZE ,.' J\' ORANGE-GRAPE-PUNCH REG 39* T

gust. US this!. 20th day of Au-. + Silvikrin Shampoo 73* : ';' BIG'
Clerk of Circuit Court of 1 SoZ
Bradford County. Florida y- $ *1.50SIZEl .
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IX, 4N o COUNTY AND NTY.Estate FLORIDA.In FOR JUDGE'S of BRADFORD. COURT. I .............. ............. ...... .Giant J!L'1 VIENNA SAUSA6i"> cL99 ICE( CREAM HALF GALLON 5ge .

re: '
Mat, M. Bryan deceased. 1 ;: AMERICAN BEAUTY : FF. DELUXE .

1 All NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORS the estate.of iNO TIP ALASKA : PORK & lEANS o oz 25 TOMATO JUICE 499 '
M.a.1,, M. Bryan deceased, are 11 67".J' / PICNIC SIZE
hereby notified and e d mend, SALMONHYGRADE I ;
file any claims or' CAN IURT1) F.F. DELUXE
.which, tMT..mv. have against. l
'.aid'estate of the office of thecounty :: :> STUFFED OLIVES SJ-"- 29c BOOK MATCHESosI0e::
Judge, In of Bradford Countn -- POTATO \ \' t INSTAMT,COFFEE" ./ .
Vt. Starke Florida within .six ";. ::::.%.l. ..:::::: .' KRAFT REG.OR HICKORY SMOKED : FRE MAR RICH CREAMY ;
months from the date CHIPS I4i49 ; t '
tot the flret publication of this < FYNE.TASTEoZ89 '; BAR-I-QUE SAUCE '_
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inottee. Each claim or demand > ;, :# f 01.
imust b* in writing and must : :.,_ .<,; .
state the place or residence and 1IIIIIIIIIIIIillllllillIJllllilltlllllllllllllllllllili111( / [ ." ::::: :
of the clalm- :;; tHHiiiiiiimriiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimn
address ;
poet-office -. ;,I II
'ant and most be sworn to by '. ..::.. ..",, IIIljllllllll,11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111, (
I\ Ithe ajtorney clips 6i-it,bt-Ueq\!will-becOme "old his

!'fcccordlnr to taw.
.July **. 1961.
Jtudolpb Executor
Tot the Estatf Mai '1L
Bryan deceased. -
First publication oa Anr II,
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in. 'ChoirI"practIce' Wednesday .... -." ''''-:, -;_.._ '_ ..' -' '_.__ _._._'_'_._.._ _,_ of hat.s.. But a,''f emble! i'

4 wST : & p.m. .WITH YOURCOUNTY {f ,Home Demonstration still calls for a hat..'Thole. 4- I I'
f Y hel'h
+ 44J for fall have tjnd a

w wI r' EVJ&GREENBAPTIST'CHURCH, AGENT :, ,...Notes ually a rounded crowA' v or ate:. A good.man, to know i. : : iij. I
,- "- '. j '1J' '\ -- ., '1 sculpturea 1930 caps. : .< j
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i Sunday 'School 10.m: DQBOTHY Shoes: Doix't'count
on pointed
... the L rd'!?Supper, ,
... FIRST,: PRESBYTERIAN -9:30; a. m. Morning : "TralSIrigUnion d. x'r 'Aome'Dgmonctration AgentAnnual !. :for a while. Newest variation i
Worship I "
CHURCH 6:30: p. m. Preaching A' '. I is.the crescenta
11 a. m. Located between Wilson LEADING AGENT
390 'N. thurch 'St. Road and Griffis Loop.E. 7:30: p. m. Jos. E.Norriun;, Agents' Conference ,Press cloth may be ANY long, very tapered toe- slightly] r

H. Walton Grady, MinisterSunday .ilarley pastor. Pnone964.13L 6:30: p.m. } Perhaps you tried to contact cloth.. Simply place it over the i I nore. extreme than the oval
/ plaster.Wedne'sday. me in the 6f fice last-week and:: zipper to protect it from the '. '
SchOOl, Life: & Insurance Company
B::45 ajn.Morning Casualty
still ] i
l Heel
,- Bible Classes, I f I failed: and. perhaps you heat of the iron or it may'' heights tend,
Worship 11 .
I ; a.m.'EtenTnfc Ctnning 'Assem)Zlq' i I I 'i i to be lowered.
WO hip, 7:30: pTm. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Worship.SOUTHSpE thought was on vacation.,1! nte.1tL; r='. '" The newest
I''The troth of the matter !, New Fabrics '' leather
Thursday, Choir Practice CHURCH; -. j was Stretch is a fake alligator i
j '7:30: p.i'h: ; CHURCH.. OF.... .J-i that lj; along wjlh;} all i the; ,other and Fibers' made of calf called mocko- For your life insurance needs. ,L I 1
Sunday /School. 10 "a./in. .ci rsf- Home Demonstration Agents -' The SPANDEX STRETCH' crocko. Winter patents Call ( GEORGE DONALDSON I

I{ HIGHLAND Morning Worsliip, 11 '&.& 3 Miles South on 361 and 'Couhfy Agents !in FIBERS, Lycra and Vyrene| will be
;' BAPTIST 'CHtfRqn.feuodayfehbbl. Training Union;, 6:30 'p. in.. Sunday =- 'Bible Classes' Id r Florida, Rare attending our are welcomed as a substitute !! worn. Ph. 4G8-1015; Waldo, Fla.

Evening! Worship, TftO-: I p.. m. a. m.: Assembly:Worship with Annual l Conference the'University i for rubber yarns. They are I ____
945| a.m.1 I .
; 7:30 ni. MeeflrWf g of Florida fnGainesville. used i GRAHAM: ,
yer'M6et1I in
g, WedrleS r. p. 'Prayer : ladies' swim wear, girdles -
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: 7:30 f Wednesday 7:30 BAPTIST CtiURCH i
p. m.Bjrt p. n} and bras. Garments con-j ; ;;
Training Union.' 7 p.m. Eve- 1 1 i There we learned 'some of taining spandex fibers may be Sunday ; : I "ow oci1
School fasuatfs.
ning Worship., 6 p m.! Brotherhood '' 10 .
HIGHWAY x> [1 the a.-nij
:ss LAURA. BAPTISTCHURCH < recent "advances being washed and dried in auto Morning Worship, ::11
1 nd'-mtu. 't ach 2nd CHURCH, -SCHEDLUE ; I II ,.'.raadeh, the fields of Home matic machines and driers. Training .Union a.m.j tI.-fla* cue eiiM : '
Thursday; ft frhv' -; Rev. Geb. I i ; 6:30 p. m..
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.M3rnftig" economics and Airlc 1ture. STRETCH WOOLS ANDCO'1TONS
: ; Evening
W: chum, pastor. Sunday. School 10 'I _._. I Service 7:30 p.
i j a. m- WE ship, ,11. a-m. -bBr'tL '... i We discussed ouc i problems : are now making'headlines. Prayer Meeting We'dhesdav.m'l 8
j Morning ) orship. 11 a'm. '!: Convalescent 'H ferries, S H I with other"'agents arjd speakI : They
:'SEV r''H 'nAYt rne >T. IS'Litt1 are so new p. m.-Rev. c. L. :
I Redding,:
Training union 6 p.1m. to '4rpm.! :)rvenings.Worship. I I ers. We' gained 1biuchvinf6nnatiorijn that the elements of washing ;: pastor. 'II
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\'TIS1"tBURcn '
t |' Evenihg'Service, 7 p.1n: Pray i iT30; p.Yn. ''Wecih sd'ay n1 h1Prayt'r Safety t1spection i, this laity that will make ; and ironing are question
i ( SabbatSrjfSch'ooi l Sat iday' er feeetingr;; Wednesday, 7 p.tfyarTELEGRAPH Meeting 7:3u us better able .to"Sffe "the marks.
ill (f r," .. v .t., "-- '( : o'clock Our safety specialist, 'Ray I Ii i '
--- n '- _. Pettis 'of the Florida: Agricultural i people in Bradford Cottnty. i' rethods for obtaining elas- .
BAPTIST CHURCH Extension Service,-:reminds I Nylon Zippers :,I:'ticUy. ''in all-cotton fabrics 'it' ._, ,__, ':' :: YS ..':" ,- __ ___'_- ,_ _= -'_
1 1* HIIIBROl\'N us that weeds, bushes, Have you used the new nj- I have been found y the USD-

,' ; ? "\ Sunday 'ScHbol.l iO \. In..Morhftig and other obstruction at 'he l_ton zippers! ; ? I 'saw. 'nyloritippers A's' Research,., Laboratory- '. rat TO THE SMITH-CORONA

available 'OnJ2n *ands 'Wfriliip.h 1 '$. *ih.tVVinlrig sides and comers of the roads i,; :;being made, "at the I A'e fcr Orleans One of the .' \ .
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r Ifidoh 111 Home "EconomicsiTet'lng stretch
1 7 "D 'and: .dneeat(be humankljltrs. j 1- I yarns Is woven into' "
: ,; !-Evening.. #" 'tn. ) held 'in Miami inJifne. fabric, rather than knitted.1/' ,
lpSt"ke and:surrounding Jtfw'sKip 1' ,., ,Try.. the following, little. J i. I I i .. .I
I"PaYe1 t bfeeffttAl fiVe'dnd'dara. experiment. ; iirhb" !])UP.ont "CompanyHla1ces This method is not yet ured r '

trade area. 'i"7;:iSO!o.>M.rtt v.''Jb'e-ROan-::: :First, park your car in the < '.ihe *nylon, ;and 'TatoCom1aiiy n rin commercial production. i w t

'I JI I'c >> driveway with the:bumper .10J 1 I makes the zipper.. Uses for stretch fabrics are
'" J 'hRST''CHRISTIAN feet I The:Dipper is flexible 'and lingerie and sports wear, bed
from the nearest edge of '
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1 CHIIIt' bft the( pavembnt' or traveled.por- 'I !lightweight. Should thread or\ sheets and slip covers. Cot- 4
r : 537 W. Ciir'Sf., material get totught in the Liton i for wo-1'
Starke .(ion of the road t;Next, pace joff j i ..stfietch: pajamas
i ;Rob L. Barrett.,'Minister a distance of boot 700 I foifr of the stppe{ ?, fold\zip-i'me'n'fcrebeing1: : .marketed in
Sandar M1t ecifooX 9:45: a.-in. feet Mprg j I p>4ogether,>'& ch"'at fol3 an'tfwlst jSOraeaYeasThey"are made of
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paces } the I
I ChurchWorshfii. 10::45,* 'highway to the left.. Place a | or pull.part. Take) 'o ut i JJOO per cent cotton batiste '\
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Ch! Rhb. I the thing getifrig'in the :1 and .require little iron- '
I It I 5:3 ; :p. m. 'taiolrpractice marker at the edge of the way! or no ''' :
t+ i .' I. 6:30: "pm. CYP, 7 p. pavement, on the'afift sideas i then" Hiring slider down, to thehbttom fog i II i iteepin '
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t. i ;In: P ber M et1ng, 7:30 I). ': the 'driveway'envance.. :' and up to the top. I ; Up To Date
i'm., W dhesd&i'.' Then use the Same procedure j: ,1i y'lon'! zippers should, )bef ,' ,'Millinery: Ever since hair C.

I to set another .m rker100 I closed before washing, dry ; styles ballooned [the beehive I! THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

, t I j i EVERGREEN feet down the'road in the.op ;cleaning, or lroning.:Fr ss nyylon'zippers is long gone, though] .many ,
j BAPTIST.CHURCHRev. po!ite direction- but 'on ?;the ; i> with.'W press cloth ':"women treat hair-do's instead;

.f E. Norman pastor.!I side of the road opposite the I Ii

,I Sunday School 10 a.m. ''i driveway entrance. j A1't1. vi'{A cr: .S s E1.V1 C-E :::1;
II ;: Morning Worship 11 d. in. t
It I I| .1 If a heavy' slofw-starting'! PHONE -961.2600 : } a
Eve-ning truck will the driveway ,
J be 'using -
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p.m. DeWlt C. Jones Funeral Home
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, f the markers should be j
:. Meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.|! 830 feet [1332 paces! 'aw y :instead DelYitt C.-Jones Registered Funeral Director '" $ kt .,
I j. WMS every, 1st and 3rd '
1 of 700 feet since it will Starke, Fla. a< 'NXq Y9 ,
1 I Thursday, & pit. Q
i,I take longer for a truck to RENTAL SERVICES I why .. :

!i get out onto the highway and. N w .
; PENTECOSTALHOLINES Hospital, Beds, Wheel 'Chairs, Crutches. ,
get road speed.
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i 324 >-Brownlee St. Alter the markers have been j i i -- .. ," I!
set, go back to car and f fi
I Sunday ScnooJ. 10 a. m.. your .-
f i i! Morning Worship, 11 a. m. !j,i sit in the,drivel"s seat. If you :SHOP ANYWHERE
Evangelistic Service::30 p. 'i can see the;'markers, the sight ,
': m. Wednesday Prayer ''Meet- distances are 'proper J; as longas FOR

!ing, 1:30 p. m. Saturday V .traffic going bYthe: farm

Youth Service, 7:30 does not exceed 68 MPH. If Then-c S.ee Us!
\\\PW\ ;. : p. m. me :
:;, David T. McGhee, pastor. I you cannot;) 'see them, remove i

weeds and other 'obstructions' I i;I WE'LL :MATCH A'NY"DEAL M
i CO'GREGATIOrALHOLINESS until you can, to make the

{I i NQrth 301, 2i! CHURCH miles out ofi driveway Plan, Fall safe.Grating ', I I. VERSITCHEVROLET, _.. Featuring The New Smith -'Corona "Classic"'

i town on left of the 'f'oad.i It is not yet time to plant..1
: Your Authorized Dealer ,
i Young People's heetingFrida3 .. crops like oats and rie"but i iI
7:30 p. m. Sunday I planning time is here. Remember 'I i 215 S. E. FIRST' GAINESVILLE'I
School, 10 am.: Sunday Night first that' pats and I II ,I ,. ,- .. M -v-' 1 ,'- ,,I Ideal For College or High School Students
} Worship, 7, p. m. Everyone e j rye are grasses just as we i iI
EACH i cordially invited to attend- i think of bahia and 'bermtida.j '
1500' Supreme Black Bass Fishing
: 1' Readers 1 Rev Carl 1 Edmondson, pastor.Oar .j The only difference is that ,
WEEK '1 '
they are temporary growth.

: This being true, it is even S S. & J. FISHING RANCH THE

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: more.important that'good liming 1_
and fertilizing and seed- AND MARINA NEW
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get their paper in this quick, convenient .. \ ingpractices are used. The V' '. !'
'... know for Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cox, Owners-Operators
wa Yfroi'nfrottl one of our carrier boys, or I I only way to sure .
about lime and fertilizer is1 to
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their favorite newsstand. : Soil 0 Our Strength i., test the soil. I i iIn iI

1 I the fall of 1960 Zedra Telephone Pomona Park, 649.4363. '
Soil Conservation s
Core. reader ;nov prefer to get .their paper in this I Hamilton planted some of the CABINS AIR CONDITIONED rr '

way 1han receive it through the mail.. In order toserve 1 i 'N4EWSBy I first of anew variety 'o'f bats <
I, I released by our Florida *- | Plywobd'Boats Motors, -.- Live.Bait, -r Tackle x f. ">
better will find The Telegraph r wait '
you you! '
BiB Bus perimentStation... 'He made : Guides.
ing'for. you'each week. at the following places I more/1haiz 59 bjMiels6: ; | seed i .
'T.-1 '' A complete 'soil arid Rate r per acre, and sold all the seed COVERED DOCKS MODERN SWIMMING POOLAppliance -'
conservation farm plan, was except a supply for his '611I .

Starke prepared for ROT W.,Tyre on''I planting.. / ,. I '\' Superb new portable Remington!
LawteyShufordVSeryice, his place in the Keystone
e )I'Heights ISe rented an old lay-out "

'luck's GroceryCrosby's Sta. I; .area.,, He is usingPensacola field and before -.he would I -- Radio- Television Come in ana try :out Holiday! So

Store Priest Service Sta. :t Bahia and/Coasta 11, plant: he w.an ed'aS,_ ?;! test. I Ii ,. ",
Bermuda' for'his pasture gras- The test showed the field to i II i
Oscar Carters and
'City t rLih.ikt.. : scs. and is planning, to 'use ,a be lowin: calcium'and magnesium i I! .SERVICE : much quality and easy typing

1 {ConeY Islandfarmers Heilbronn.t t legume cover crop on some of and. very low. in potash. ; AT ITS BEST

c -.s pp tl y'I tReddish's. :.Store i his land to, improve the .organic :. Zedra put.on dolomite' to supply 'I advanced design can be yours

material the soil. ; the. 'calcium ':and magnesium .' 1.. Exclusive Remington
..'fannW'il Service' ,.Sta.Suwannee New. Riv "! A complete'soil,.and/water' 'even though he did not 1 Trained_ Experts In Each Dept. I ,,' fortonly: "wrap-around"prefects precision: styling typing
Store, I conservation farm plan was use' the field "except for one' V methln m!
;.y.> e'8' Superette>} +Alb'ert'Mooty- delivered to. David W.:.Jacksonfor. crop.. He also then knew to use i SRRH : Its rugged top i* its carryFree.tjptniceurse
fov'Q .
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; ed case: '
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his p'I .celqca?: south o n I extra In'potash" $
.. : a fertilizer high $4 9 .
andrelvs Drugs, Maxville ,:_ end

,v11111.DLth .. '..'... ,,'Highway', 100.He"is;; planning I : "Potash is the plant food DEPENDABLESERVICE |gUiJ JjttJ :': rein. every macfcnel!
'tov' Gh.i1rt.
.. ,, ': .'. 'Harris.t. '1 :Store t to put'' in "some; wildlife food ) that, gives vigor, to therplarit, jSjfjlll i .'" .
; :T1'elTgr'd'd.v i i> < areas' 'and-'esfablish :a small :, is important' the 'growth irUflg '
rd :GroceryIPjftetiursV RaifordRahn's V porid.forwildlife.: .*"The Soil and maturing .of. the 'plant, rand CALL

f : Grocer. '\ .,Conseria on-Service win fur-1"I is very 'Important.,uvtfeveloping : !II:: 964.7511 BE : WE HAVE; IT!
Wish alrinfonnation' '
sound and mature !
Pahiner'sDlltchell's r con, .'establishWg'these: ''f i sh fruit :and. 'grata.-'Zeds ,his -a !! Apples' : N 1. &sjNGl/tWfNTS/ KEY! SETS COLUMNS

: j ,,Drag Store and wildlife.practices. *\ J I supply of tested:'and certified-. A R C H 2 '
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l Canoga Pharmacy Green 8 Store ; Charles Young/soil scent oat seed now.. The name of AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR : I ; N RM'88Otf! STENCtt

Koch'a DrujrBradford ist for the Soil Conservation this oat Is HiC&AD.: : It- 13a V W I ERASURE TABlE ON
j : Hamptoniftorites : Service; prepared soD 'arid ,: varfety of oat that furnishes ; Ma.ytag Fri aire: Zenith 4 REM6YA6E tiWiD1f

to County Tele- Store capability maps for James lots 'of quality grazing. V PORTABLE BYREMINGTON I *: TOP COVER!

; graphKeystone ._ .. V i '' : Bryant and J. 'D. Odum Jr. I i Strawberry .PlaoniorTimfr GOOD, ,USED WASHERS. .'.- $50.00.AND. !- UP : fflf RATIO SCAlE ON fAPEI
GrahamRivers These maps will be. used to I is about up for: test -- :i I I I B. CAlIBRATED
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Heights prepare soil and Nrater con- ins soil for strawberfTes.'ih the :" I Ii' : 7. TABlEt
Store CARD
: iatfon'arm -plans- !I interest -of the'need for a :liming You 12 EXTRA FEATURES 6 WRlTING LINE SCAlE!
e-fi I This pfeastire tna WiI dff" j Gives 8. ADUSTABLE! f .
The i' Pm
USDA Defense
Belote's IJrag i Theresa County material Lime 'should b i I II EDGE GUIDE't
Board composed of MilSapp dyed I 1' t. before assembled l on portable under M00a 9. VARIABU: UNE
Walk.r"s'SeT\'itf Sta.Candy's Child's Store I applied as Jar-ahead of plant j I never any SPACER''
G. T. Huggins and William ing time as possible within JI! 10. CARRIAGE CENTER(NC WCK,

Service Sta. RrJnson's, S. Haas have received i the, year, ot, tie particularcrop. t i i? TOUCH 6UlATORi.

J 'Kingsleyl-ake Lake'Butler r. fact.]sheets on "Yo'a Can Survive Dolomite and,'other materials to"1 i 12 LIGHTER WSfiHTl,
; Do TamilibNew '
't Rural act faster than does sI 1
i TbihThstm\ MTaines 0tg
Emergency Protection i high calcium 7ime'sfoab.i .
f ,v. One-Stop Mart Drug Store' .,, Plans, ? Yes every. member' 1| Sba' test for ertilfer heeds ,

your family should know whatto |i can still,be made>if..you, aflbw
1 A "See /f Sooner "do incase of 'a civil defenSe at least 10 'days to get the RES&RT S _
i ,, emergency whether'e i sample analyzed' the -soil _
J .: piBmtlfbrd The "Nfws ja.rids! or she is in the hdmei:')lt work(testing lab: in;'Gainesville. I,
.., school, trio e1s I ;
or town
or We have suggested ka chang FAlL IS BEST OF AU IN THE SMOKKS: (! day fte'peaca. ? .
n Ri where. Their actions could be" I in 'fertflizer '.where 'the Test : and quiet of the toountains- riot of cclois ia wttiil>a.. j ILLS IAA -

I : well taken only if gout family i shows extra low po\ash..R. trap, cool days i:.tefresbing. restfujmgb:.:wonderfol !
County Telegraph ;! :has, carefully .made and;i member; :that'pptaLai.h.eIps mature ': food. Come back. f Iin 3 fresh asa, breeze. U Yoh Tits
tried out plaits to meet various and flavor and firm-up activity. there square. dancing, horseback riding, Craftiti"1 BRADFORD COUNTY
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i : emergency situations. j itrfMt, .. .__ __ ._, mfW.. j.'1Jld i' "jj.f__. i>oat- ,
.. SEfcVING STARkE Aftb Air A*.*, The 'District chopper was Stop by our office for sampling 1t fK, ;ft---L.n. JDOCe. Furnished cottages, jUU g.. Rates. I
:; used by Marklee Starling andNJames information. We have a .Jawet after September 15-:less crowded. For ruervctumsF1EE I I'l TELEGRAPH
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"Cc' 'SINCE 1879 -' I Spina. Spina used the handy tool for taking samples> JI J. r
chopper to prepare his cropland and special bags to put the i !
!i for winter, pasture. Starling : sample In. A soil test does 1Ir ,'
."" I[ used it to chop-up his to-! not cost-it pays!' COLOR FOLDER: P2?J. 561 Fonlana V3kge: N.C.

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HAMPTON : now Francis Elementary principal and the in teaching at Starke.Southside staff Mr.I,: Doyle's Fanners Supply Is Ready : I Low Prices At Starling's GroceryAre

B7Mrs.D.Eflfl- ,i, pre-planning began the first work few on days last a county week and work-level with To Aid Our Fanner-St dents ; A Great Aid To The Housewife

A A AAA4&&A 1, ing here at the Hampton I k t* i

School School this week, setting Doyle Griffis, owner-man fresh each week. This complete -+ School bells will soon be the business they have built

Starts Tuesday; i i iNfew books and classrooms in ord- ager of DOYLE'S FARM SUP- line includes Quality ringing again and that means up over the years and the

Teachers Named PLY [formerly Brownlee's is feeds for poultry, swine, and I good substantiai meals for : many friendships they have

Icho Summer vacation Is over for er.New teachers here this year I pleased to. see the progress cattle as well as feed for boys and girls to keep them ma.ie: during this time of serving -
; lge J :
children come next include Mrs. Peggy Kiser in that is being made by Brad- household pets and game birds. I in tip top shape for work and' the public in Starke. Their

Tuesday Sept. 4, when! the 6th and 7th grade room. \i ford County farmers who are When you buy FRM Feeds 1 play. VOLLEY STARLING store is located: on Highway

Hampton Elementary School and Mrs. Sandra Shever in adopting new, improved methods \ you buy the best and the cost GROCERY glad to be able 16 East Brownlee Street]

opens at 8:30: am. for the I the 4th and 5th grades. Both I! to handle the farming is no more than for ordinary i to help mothers serve their and is outside of the crowded'

school' year.'Hampton. I are June graduates of the,' industry in Bradford County. feeds. I growing boys and girls the business section, so. there is

Elementary's new University of Florida and live| Having a farm background In the fertilizer and insec- nourishing meals they need ; always plenty of parking

principal is Charles Francis, I at present in Gainesville; himself, Doyle knows the far- j ticide line, there is no name j at prices that are easy on the : space. .

Replacing J. C. Hobbs who is where their husbands are UF mer's needs and is already to > more reliable and well known family budget. "Now that families are returning -

1 students. Mrs. Betty May of ji j supply those needs with the I than Wilson-Toomer products, ', In addition to low prices : to town for the open-

i I Hampton is the new first, best in quality farm imple-'. and Doyle's Farm Supply is | Volley Starling Grocery also ing of the new term, we are

NO i grade teacher. Returning teachers ments, feeds, fertilizers, insec-1 I proud: represent this old, g i V e Merchants Green more anxious than ever before -

i include Mrs. Beatrice; ticides: and many other farm: established firm that has given I Stamps which may be saved'' to supply your needs and

f Futch for the second and : necessities. \ so many years of satis- for a vast array of beautifuland try to help you have nourishing -

MONEY i third grades and: Mrs. Mau- ;, Doyle's Farm Supply also! faction to our growers.In useful gifts. foods at a minimum of ex*

.I reen Paul, exceptional class. enjoys working with thei addition to these lines, The public enjoys shoppingat pense." says Mr. Starling."If .
\ DOWNONLY School hours will be from ,!i young people in their programs Doyle's can also supply your Volley Starling's because it you haven't alreadt gotten -

8:30: a. m. to 3 p.m. daily, the Future Farmers' needs for seed, crates, cups, is truly a one-stop institution.In the habit of shopping withus

with lunch fees remaining the., 4-H Club boys and girls, Fu and many other farm neces- addition to a complete line why not start this week-

same price as last year25 ture Homemakers, and other;i sities. You just name it-if we of groceries, the customer may end? Just -drop in and see the

cents, Mr. Francis said. Bus groups. Special attention is don't have it, we'll get it for also find values in fresh meats, : wonderful values we are offering -

I ',drivers will be Mrs. V. J. paid to their needs, and you I I"I g 4ImaEr feeds, gas, oil, kerosene and and you will become a

Slade and Mrs. Carl Beck. friendly advice is always avail- appreciate the patronage ; other necessary!: staples- regular customer just like so..

______ Colsie Rigdon is school janitor,', able. I,i of the people of this area I The Starlings are proud of many of your friends." S

and the lunchroom personnel, Doyle's Farm Supply offers since I have been in business, -

$35 iJ o ----I.I Mrs. J. B. Prevatt! and Mrs. the agricultural people of this and am looking forward to
A Fine Western% Auto Bicycle ;
Monthly I Florrie Belle Brown, remains entiI area a complete line of many more years of this pleas-

For Only 12 Years I the same. the famous FRM I Flint Ri- ant association," says Mr.

Glenda Vining Weds i I ver Mills Feeds, delivered Griffis.
tsiHtiMATERIAISS I Will% Make School More Fun ;
I i INSIDE l'I Harvey J. Christmas '
i Glenda G a y I e Vining, Johns __ ..
AVAiLABLI daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: Ruby Suggests Lovely .
I Students and parents, tool saved during the school term. .
John X. Allen of Galeta ,
COST r _ + *
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'i'i7 _-- -have you seen the fabulous Of course bicycles are just
'. .Udriul wilt;" Calif., and Harvey J. Christmas .
1M M. wUioj Permanent For Back To i of the useful items
.wit.i 8114 vtkts of Gainesville were mar- SchoolJ .' display of new bicycles at your i iI one many

ll..hf flaM" I, rd: Sunday night, August 19, ( f ,, ta '- 'C>; ,, I WESTERN AUTO STORE? ; that may be purchased your .

..w.I"'OCII'" V1 If not have a- treat in friendly Western Auto Store. ,
Qy i you
% :in the University -thodist 1! his summer sun and: ( same time maintain. that natural ,i
3..ps.ce..t.nr U.*.< COIII.HO l, ;include, ; ti.b Church:: in Gainesville. 1! wind done to your hair? look that is so popular store, and- Carl Minx, your.i Household appliances of all1
Vilehtn cabhltl Western Auto dealer, invites kinds, televisions, record play- J
D *bU I Ik with The bride is the grand- Chances are you had a wonderful with the men folks. ;1

30 .p|.dfcU.\with.Umtnt 10 *..er warranty hooler, r.aughtr of Mr. and Mrs. Dan, vacation this summer After the, damage done to you to come in this weekend :,1I ers. many hardware items. '
,tax fi4 yoar I
and these bright new models paints, toys, fishlpg! tackle.:
e 2'mI .Ug Johnson} of Hampton. and has : but now you need to get your : skin and pair 1 by sun, wind, see
AI %..U... stayf-d "iere with them on hair and complexion back into and water feminine mem- \ '- 4 $ 4' that sell for prices as low 1 lunch boxes, thermos bottles

.. Fric* mar vary according to total evasions. Mr. Chrirt-J condition! before starting the ,i bers of the family need a as 2995. ; etc. are just a few of thej:
"del and transportation coitt. many, taU seiies There are bikes for boys, ,;I vast display of useful items.
of activities. In this complete reconditioning treat-
I -- <; -w )fl of Mr. and _
: ;;' and bikes for girls-all sizes, i i on our shelves. J
S ___ Mrs. Stephen Christmas of I connection, Ruby. Johns of ment, which the Ruby Johns '
wurdelc Oa. I the popular RUBY JOHNS I'I'I Salon offers, as well as individual colors and models, with many Mr. Minx is deeply appreciative .
new features that will make I of the wonderful patronage -:
.: BEAUTY SALON on s. : hair shaping sni: per- I |
Given in marriage by her : it to ride to and that has been accordI -.
sonalized also a pleasure
Thompson St. has some helpful : styling. They .
father the bride had as maid suggestions."A i have the answer to the dry :I I I from school each day. and:! run I him by people of the area:
of honor her cousin. Miss Nell
4 reconditioning visit toi I skin condition with their errands, or do spare time jobsI I since he purchased the Wes-
: Williams. Mrs. Jean Adams i School l Starts 4thGarcia's '!
Tuesday several
September I i after school. tern Auto Store
JIM WALTER CORP. ; Nell- our salon during this last pre-j Merle Norman Cosmetics .
3281 W. 'Beaver was bridesmatron. Miss school weekend would doj i which help put the natural i i! A bicycle for each school:;I months ago. He is.also grateful -,
ta bridesmaid and
Williams, i child in the family is no that Mr. Jaudon, the former -'
Jacksonville Fla. wonders for any girl's morale': oil back into the skin. age "
Miss Maija Allen was j junior
It and several other\
no matter what her age, and Ruby Johns shop uses the longer considered a luxury. ; owner,

Phone EY7-1141 bridesmaid.Best will get her off to a good;; very best materials to work is almost a necessity, for think I members of the.staff have re-

man was Tom Dunlap, "' how many hours it saves the, mained on with the store to:
start in the new school term, with, and our work is guaran- ; A
and ushers were Mike Mul- Mrs. Johns said. teed' Our prices are reasonable 4 \I i busy parent in taking the help serve old friends- and.

lens and Burt Gordon of Oc- I | children to ,school picking j new ones too. Mr. Minx feels;
I The Ruby Johns Salon is so we give you a special ( \ I
ala. Lynn Broome of VeroI the long-time representative: EVERY DAY. /1. _, -vu i, them up in the afternoon and :\ that this fine patronage is a.

I Beach and Steve Allen of in Starke for Merle Norman, You will find the friendly {i -i'r.. :::7I 4"k ;, taking .them to the varied vote of confidence on the part:Jof

.,..Galeta. were acolytes. cosmetics, and teenagers are j staff at Ruby Johns always ': other activities, such as. athletic the public and enables him.

invited to. come in for a free I more than willing to suggest l J i, practice.. music' lessons, to constantly expand his inventory -*

check and helpful advice on | ways and means to bring out I k ...- and: social activities. Yes, a o
to better serve the
which cosmetics are best suit- your greatest beauty poten- good bicycle will pay for itself -

ed fortheir make-up prob- : tial. Don't delay call _964-.. ., : ,.,.,. many times- 'J over- ..r in- hours_ .. needs of the' area. !'
lems. It is so important to : 3081 today and be' ready to .'

GULF QUALITY bring out the best features of put your best foot forward in I Plan Now For College Education :

each individual but at the the fall round of activities. '

Dairy I Denmark Suggests Quiet Study
For her wedding, the bride room for the party.. Refresh-

wore a white peau de soie! ments of cake and punch were J Is Advice Of H. C. Wall Agency ;

TIRE SALE! fitted with appliqued bodice and motifs down on the the( served the hostesses to the, Mrs.13 present Franklin by For Wholesome Nook For School Student Use .*

full skirt. Her shoulder-length J O'Steen and Miss Carlene No matter how young your home-owner taking an inven-

veil was held by a crown of j Melton. DENMARK FURNITURE lamps is likely to damage the child is, it is never too soon, tory of his fire insurance pro-
I Milk For Students! CO., like other Starke mereyesight for life. A good read- to start planning ahead for gram once a year to see if it is*

seed pearls, and she carried a': Christian Church Revival ft1...._. 4.. ..4.. ;ft.. .1.... ...... 1...... ...;11 _ft1..... .1.. ., ft_ his education, advises adequate to meet replacement.o
r I J.1 a ilia 13 icauj 1UA tllC "oow "15 al"V VVLLL )unoo LL1. v.u- college
white Bible topped with yel-j Continues Thru Friday i I
orchids school term and is especially 'blem and: no parent should George W. Roberts Jr. of the !I needs in these days. of higher
low-throated white Revival services at Hampton :
1 M-I-L-K the magic four- interested in helping you fix mn the risk of letting a child. H. C. WALL INSURANCE construction costs. M a n yi
Compare and orange blossoms. j I Christian Church continue letter word when I
our. price, on The attendants wore Identical through Friday night this I'! storing it comes to! up a private study nook for strain his eyes under a dim AGENCY. property owners have not reviewed --
,- I up energy and all- that school boy girl. light. It is also desirable to their fire insurance?
< dresses of maize brocaded week, with Fred Brown of age or Right now, at the start of ,
: i around good health to put I No child attain the best have student desk in the needs in several and if
i can a a new school term, is a good years
taffeta with oval necklines, Jacksonville a s evangelist. *
size tire your children through another I marks in school without bedroom study nook the they were to lose their home
your now cap sleeves, and wrap-around |i Services begin at 8 p.m., with busy school term without a or so time to give serious thought to .
certain amount of home work student will place to by fire now, it would mean financial -.
have a this matter. You will be
bell skirts. Their i
headpieces ; Rev. Carl Clarke pastor serving troublesome and
'I expensive and he is much his books l disaster. It is most
were of rose petals and veil- as song leader. illnesses. more likelyto keep and papers prised at how little it tiur-I ;
stay home and apply him- where they will not be dis- i Important that you revise
ing, and they carried cascades The church held a fellow-' insure the future of your .
\ \_ "Good, wholesome milk is self to his books if his home turbed. fire insurance program:
of yellow rosebuds. ,i ship dinner Sunday at Hamp- i or girl, with just a little systematic -; your
not a luxury-it is a necessity provides pleasant surroundings to meet present needs, espec-.
The reception following the ,i. ton town hall, following morn- I ,I Proper rest is another im- planning. i
says Benny Garcia, own- and modern for I when rates so low,
facilities tally are |
: I portant item for the child. If
ceremony was held at the Hol- ing worship, with revival ser- All of us know the sad story
I er and operator of GARCIA'S studying.It : are not providing a comfortable and can be even lower when
and how
iday Inn. Pink gladioli and vices beginning that day. of school "drop-outs" i
: HOME DAIRY. "The price of is always a pleasure to mattress for your boy i taken on a long-term basis:
candles decorated the room. Personals uuo greatly curtails the earn- !
milk: is actually cheap when look around the floor I Let the Wall Agency show yoU
spacious girl, doing .them a
\ Serving the cake and. punch Wanda Liberty of Jacksonville or you are ing ability of the boy or girl I
you stop to consider all the display at DENMARK'S and'1 affect how to save a substantial*
injustice that might .
\ were Mrs. Frances Broome i i has been a visitor here grave all during his adult life. Manyof
k ; wonderful results that this the attractive items amount by combining in-.
see many
their general health. Now
and Mrs. June Haddock, aunts :i this week with Mr. and Mrs.I these drop-outs are forcedto
i complete food brings aboutIn that be used to make the into a package deal.:
can every home can afford good, surance .
of the bride. M. Phillips. leave school however, by
I i I your children. Good'healthis student's room or "nook" innerspring mattress for every For information concerning.
After their the loss of a parent and the
honeymoon trip | Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Han- cheap at any price, and you more attractive and useful. member of the family. Den-. lack of insurance for his future any phase of your insurance-

to Georgia the couple are at i i cock have moved from their will find Garcia. )-Home Dairy The staff at Denmark's sug- mark has them and you'll be education. This life-time program or our attractive educational -:
home at 2819 NW 13th St. in -
Gainesville. 1 house on 301 into Hampton milk: the best investment in gests that every student should surprised at the low price.' handicap would not occur, of policies 'Just pall*
to the house where the Allan health that.'YOU
I good can have his own private desk This weekend shop'DEN- course, if the family had .ant) 964-4S01 and. Mr. Roberta will;
Shower Honors Mrs. Hansen Hart family had been living.Mr. make for yourself and your where he can kecp papers and
MARK'S how inexpensively adequate insurance i .
anee program; be happy to. go over, your entire -
Mrs. Jerry Hansen was X. Allen .
i and Mrs. John family. books without fear of having
you can obtain the to take care of its needs incase rec-i
%\ I ''I i guest of honor at a stork ; of Galeta Calif., have Mr, Garcia takes great pridein them disturbed. program and make
of the death of the breadwinner -
t\\1'\\ ,1 ___h shower last Friday night at'I been here for the last two his modern plant and the Eye strain can usually be necessary items lor_ a more ommendatlons. ,that will sayej:

the Hampton- Baptist'Church. weeks ffor the wedding of avoided by lighting, pleasant, more beneficial i
wholesome products of his proper The Wall Agency also stres-1 1 you money and needless wor-.

I Games were played with prizes their daughter, and visiting dairy. Garcia's customers are buf studying by inadequate school_ term._ sea the importance of every'' ry.' I
going to Mrs. C. L. Cooper with the Dan Johnsons. They offered the latest in pasteur- u -

and Miss Clairnell Cooper. spent last weekend at Key jzing, equipment and other

I: and Blue balloons and whitestreamers decorated the :I Frank West Williams with Mr.of Gainesville and Mrs., customers modem facilities a pure,to. wholesome give their Healthful Foods Edwards- I; Meat And Produce Needs s Are

Mr. and Mrs. James Broomeof 1 *
.supply of energy-packed milk.

GULF NOW ONLY I NOTICE OP,. ELECTION Vero Beach, and Mr. and "All we ask is that you give, Grocery Give Energy For School 1 1I I I Filled By Lawsoifs MarketMARKET j

,I Be tt known that I. Tom Adams. Mrs. Arnold Haddock of Jack- our pasteurized, homogenizedmilk I
Secretary State of the State sonville. Several of the
grand- trial -
lair and
of Florida do a see ,,' .
hereby,gIve notice 'l. "
CUSHION $$149S that GENERAL, children stayed with 'Mr. and children dont it I letic field. It here that Edwaris'
I a ELECTION your prefer Don't. J let the construction,\ is place} iou be assured {
L.\WSON'S can o
wiU be
: bid in Bradford County,
Mrs. Johnson here while their
to all others. Why not let work in for groceries and meats .
State of us i i now progress on U'i : l ,
Florida en Tuesdaynext | '! COLD! STORAGE. ,Jocat-xl doing, this is Lawson's. There*
succeeding the first Monday parents were vacationing.Mr. start this week supplying your I S. 301 keep you away from -where Jack and 01 c1J&wUl 1
the' Washington Is absolutely no IU
TIRE near depot on economy
f In November* A.D., 19'2, the and Mrs. J. W. Home I 'I You .
j needs for milk, cream butter EDWARDS GROCERY. great pride in the high quality -.
said line inferior
Tuesday being the :I St., carries the finer i buying grades of meat
Plus Tn and Old SIXTH DAT OF XOVEKBEB and Mrs. J. H. McAlhany milk, and chocolate milt*With can still get to us and we are I and: moderate prices of fresh and meat when have the
of meats pro- you can best
.. 750.x.. 1.1 Tire from Your Car. I For United -States Senator i j made the tripto ReevesTflle, plenty of milk in their diet, still doing business "at the their meats. You will have to I
from the State of Florida I .!idn t* always arailafele l at *Ii for less at Ltwson's..been Havinl
--- ? For Representative in Con- S. C. last week to take Mrs. your children will undoubtedly :,I old stand"- bigger and better actually visit our meat depart- mighty reasonable prices in in i the meat producing
gress for the 8th Congreuional cA1hany home alter an extended "through the winter I ment to the full i (
I come than ever! j appreciate ,i
I and
: business
I District E these days of high cpati. processing fore
For Two (!) Justices of the visit here..Visitors here with less sickness and in bet- values that are offered EV-
Tubeless S Non-skid r And right now- near the
Nylon, design l'l't No school child's meal Is' many, many years the Law-
Supreme Court ,
I: with the Homes the previous! ter health. Milk is ERY in
general DAY the weeknot1, -
S opening of school is the J have,:the know-how
Black sidewall Wide, flat tread For Judge of the District t ;I really compete! without some "og to
Court of Appeal for the First weekend included "Bubba"McAlhany mighty cheap insurance when : time to get the Edwards! just on weekend speciaia., i'I' Five \li* housewife full value'
i Appellate District of Reevesville. S. it to protecting' all You will find it: .distinct: kiod_of_nourishing meat being
comes a
I Minimum warranty on Gulf Cushion Rayon TIre:-12 monUts.btf For Two (2) Railroad- and Grocery habit" if you aren'talready : included .daily- for meat is for nrerv, pqll! lar spent on waC
Cushion Nylon Tint-15 months minimum w.rrllltl'1 Public Utilities Commissioners C. and. Jan Jolly of Clear- members of your( family from one of our steady cus- pleasure and Convenience! to for the table, S
at slithtty hither price. For one.Member of the. House water on Saturday. ; and Mrs. sickness and disease.1'* There shop at Edwards Grocery because the body's chief source of pro ,
tomers. ;
are so many ; With iiCi
of Representatives. tein. Diet -authorities' also so many newcomers
For 3 Lembets of the Board Nealie Murray Mrs. Cora Murray Mr. Garcia is 'always glad hew. people in Starke and vi- : it is outside the, congested of meat! $",ke.heit days, the Law-
k [ *AMAZtNG GULF GUARANTEE I i iIf. of For County 3 Members Commissioners r.f the Board of Grover, S. C, Mrs.:Spell tosh6whJsda1ry: and its facilities -' cinity these days that .we business district HXVd : In stress the-.daily fare of 'adults- Di .tate ,Ibis opportunity to

I f;r w retu (except 'malicious, willful iotenttwul If Melia.fIt of Public Instruction. I of. Charleston. S. C.. and Mrs. : to 1'1s1tors.'and extendsa 'woili: like. to take this opportunity parking is neter.a: problem ; and in the oiet. of extend A cordial greeting ano
AMMO). oar Cut brMtf till does net prow serwcta&l for its uitirttwintttd In .TfcWlmony, .Whereof, I Frank Spell of Lake City. on no parking meters to ** eed'".|' especially i
IIII11 Hwm lifetime. lIhtft used for noncommercial purposes, you have hereunto set my -- special Invitation to school of extending a warm ;i: our older citizens, who need''' welcome ta a)] to visit thein
entitled to adjustment follows If the ts tletectivt !r hand and affixed the t Sunday afternoon. 'and their : and no danger ,pf having to
I *rt aa is : cause wortuwa- I students parents to welcome to an to shop at Edwards' this extra of tore where free parking fa-
I ship'' or tutorial you will receive a new tire without chaw It the cause Great Seal of the State a fine for parking, overtime -: source.! protein.,t *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, pay
it any other fUSO Gulf wilt repair it without chine or offer you a (SEAL) of Florida, at Tallahassee come 'out and 'view the operation -; groceries. and meats- The friendly staff of Lawson's -!: oillties are always available
I brand MM tire allowint credit for that portiot of till purctiast prictrtavtseote4 I the Capital this T. F. Forsyth. W" A. Forsyth. 'air .any timeu Garcia's where Jack and Gladys will ,.Being, outside the high Market & I Having been in business for
6r tile unused tuvaateed minimum life of the tire., the Ithday. of August and Mrs. Ina Knight and son rent district also helps to
: the former Graves feel at home
Dairyis make right
you inJtrpduction
1M2.! I : vites parents of school chijden -: many years, they need no
TOU APAVS, : attended the family reunion Home Dairy;andia; located on and help you supply your keep down overhead, and Ed- Jn to old-time res1-
: : to come< dailj an4 &-. ,
Secretary at the Lee 'Parrish home. in Highway 225 near Sampson family needs at lowest -COit. wards Grocery passes : 4erit
buthe' are always an.
8-18 4f -lWOWC i lect their meats and poultry !: $ ?
Moore'sSt&RKE Brooker on Sunday. The reunion -t 7. 'i: > .- i savings on to you- the egstom-I
Jimmy |I 1City- with no sacrifice In iuaiity.Growing from a large variety of choice:' xtous to .make new friends. '
was in honor of T. F.. Why'not patrol1ize.ohome'in- children and especially er- in.the form of lower pri .
( clean The Lawsons invite your in,
TIRE SALES t ijcuts t11tsRY jbis
i: J Forsyth.Mr. t "r -a 'card t those attending: ces. !
.n4 ,sanitary market.In | gpectton it. any time of their
\ 245 W. Madison Ph. 964-5791 SEE!r and Mrs. Henry Mc- right _noW to Garcia'i Borne! school need plenty of 'good I j Visit EDWARDS GROCERY these days it is essential :I facilities and merchandise.!!

Clellan and children have Dairy, Starke..Fla. and letting I fresh meat and vegetables to.;1 this week and see if you don't They are confident yoq win
t moved to Starke. They hadI them supply your family's keep up their strength for agree it is the fri hdliest: that housewives thop where'I be convinced that no bette;.

BQTTCa IOAIS I been living in the house next need for wholesome dairy classroom work as well as most economical place to shopin they will get the most value I quality at no more reason.

.. ---- -- 1- ttAU ...... to .the post-office. J products. physical training on the ath-, this area. for their money and one able price ,can -be found.s Ti

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l-YYYYvvYYYvvYmyyyYYTvYvvvYYYvYv-YvvYYYYYYYv: Auxiliary members to a meet- 'I ; f DIlO.) FRS-744 certificate or certificates will be Fla. Winter Haven. Florida, owner.
Rabies WarningIs (minus motor) sold to the highest bidder at the Worth Of Florida. Inc. co Ar- Dated this 8th day of, August I
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ing on Sunday Sept. 2. Please]: 1 Diesel Caterpillar Pulley court house door on the first thur Harris, 114 Central Ave..! A.D. 1962 at Starke.- Bradford
come on time. Vacation is over SERVICE{ MEN Block Monday in Month of October, 8-9 it 830.That's. County. Florida.
\ Repeated 1 Steam cleaner; super solux 1962 which is the 1st day of October __ I
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY so let's get to work. The 1 1 Grease gun for heavy .equipment 1962.Dated .

meeting will be held at RJE AND WOMEN !, Model 7149 this 20th day of Au. f Our Business
*' 1 Power take off gust, 1962.
(By Elizabeth Givens 2 !ByHealthDept.
p.m.Mrs. Corine- Mc- 1 Dragline ball weightS CHARLES A. DARBY, We Have It"
"If It's Glass -
Neil reporter. Caterpillar Rollers Clerk of Circuit Court of "ff.W
Club News :A warning to parents and 636 SR No. A142S4 823It 913XOTICE
School NewsPreplanning certificate or other documentis The Carnation Social and children to reports all animal 48 Track pin assembly I 'LigRIa FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

!" began Monday also required to establish] Savings Club met Monday b L I Ii bites immediately was repeated 1 pump Diesel fuel portable hand OF INTENTION TO .

with the teachers of Bra4ford the child's age. School will officially night Aug. 27, with gie pres- .-., =b this week by the Bradford that on September 10. 1962. be-I REGISTER FICTITIOUS: :NAME GLASS CO.
> tween the legal hours of sale, Notice is hereby given that the
at 8:30
Sept. :
: ident
open ajn. in charge. A beach par-
County- in a joyous session : County Health Department. viz. 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. I undersigned, under the provisions NOT INC.)
4. ty has been planned or Aug. < Several instances of wild animals namely 12:00 o'clock coon on of Chapter 20,953, Laws of ( .
and teach one ready to workon said day at the Jail Yard of I Florida. Acts of 1941. will reg- "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
AnnouncementsThere 15. Everyone will bring a bas being positively identified Bradford County, Florida I will ister with the Clerk of the Circuit AA
the theme of improved will be a Back to ket for the picnic. All inter- as rabid have-occurredin offer for sale and sell to the Court, in and for Bradford Rl fl V We Design Modern Store Fronts
r acing. Parents please remember ested members please contact highest bidder for cash in hand : County Florida, upon proof of UbftUtf Just Mail, Us A pattern For
School Hop on Friday Aug. 4 the county this'.summer all the right title and interestof publication of this notice the
that children enteringthe 31, at the Masonic Hall on the president Mrs. Brooks, .w. several dogs are still under John Boles in and to the fictitious name of ROBBINS' Table Tops
first grade for the first above described property. DEPARTMENT STORE, under
Brownlee St. Refreshmentsfree. I for information.All observation, Dr..A.Y.; .Coying- I which I Fla. Phone FR2-4353
must register at RJE qn Dated tnis 6th day of August we are engaged in business 1313 N. 4th Gainesville..
time All children invited. This members are asked to ton. county' health officer, 196%. at 111 E. Call St., Starke,
Aug. 13. It is a state law that to Farms : I : P. D. REDDISH, Sheriff ,r- I.
by the go Penney on Sept. I ; .
affair is sponsored said. Bradford County Florida.
no child shall be admitted unless 23. The next host will be Mrs.
By Jean \Vainwrieht.
American Legion Auxiliary. of child being
An instance a
he or she is six years old Jennie Thomas. 8-9 4t 8-30
birth I I President Royal is calling all I bitten by a squirrel was reported -
on or before Dec. 13. A The Fiesta Social and Saving last week but a 'negative NOTICE OF APPLICATION SAMPLE BALLOT
Club held its annual FOR TAX DEED
I report was..received from See. 194.18. F.S. GENERAL ELECTION
birthday party at Bab City AwMa the State Board of Health. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Grower! and all members attending experienced that Maude Roden the holderof Starke Bradford County Florida .
Mr. Strawberry The squirrel was .apparently the following certificates ,
I a wonderful time. has filed said certificates for a .
The next meeting will be held sick, ,butnott'bId.A1thoiig1: | < t. tax deed to 'be issued thereon. SEPTEMBER 11, 1962 ,
: instances The certificate numbers and
-no new
Sept. 22 with Mr. and Mrs. of issuance, the descrip-
I years
of have been
CUSTOM Lee as hosts. .n rabies u_ .. -L-.._'_.__'-_ 6 A _tion_ of. the_LLL property r* and_ the. TY vnto fnr. a nprsnn: : wrinsp: nnrrtf....... i is nrinfpd......_ on_ the. bal1U ..
i in me pasp, two weexs, .iue names: in wnicn 11 was assessed VUIC i.V/1 a pi.uii nuv"" u. h' t'
Church News Master Sergeant Robert [Bob] I .are as follows: X in the at the RIGHT of
I Health Depaitme r.urBeS con- lot mark a cross ( ) square
New Bethel Church, Certificate No. 10 Year of Is-
lk i Baptist Long, son of E. C. Long of tinued caution and avoidanceof suance 1960.Description. : the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.
FUMIGATION with Rev. A. Vinson pastor Starke was recently assignedto that of Property 1 Lot
all wild animals appear -
will have Sunday School at the Small Arms Firing 15 ft. N&S by 100 ft. E&W Bnd I
docile and come out in on N by Tremarco Corp. on S by:1: FOR CHIEF OF POLICEFor
9:30: a.m. and BTU at 5:30 School at Camp Perry Ohio. Roden on E by Hwy 301 on W 11
Service and InformationCALL I. p.m. Choir No. 2 will be one. The school is conducted by the open in daylight' hours. by city property Sec. 23 T 5 S ;I One Year Vote for OneJ.

i of the guest choirs to sing at The Infantry School Fort Rabies, is,one of, the oldest I R221 Name. in which assessed Un- I 1

the anniversary of Choir No. Benning. Ga. in conjunctionwith diseases .known to.man.. Although known. | .
knows All of said property being in \ S
COLLECTGainesville"FRanklin 2 at Mt. Pleasant Baptist the National Matches at medical science the County of Bradford, State :i 'V (BUCK) ALVAREZ
Church, Green Cove Springs Camp Perry. a lot about the'virus that of Florida. '!

on Aug. 31. New Bethel Bap- entered the-Armyin causes it, and can control fhe Unless such certificates shall { I'r L
Sgt. Long
6-6489 be redeemed according to law .
vaccination the ( ) .
tist Church and paston anni- September 1939 and was! disease bl the property described in such
'i 1e'virus Is still a certificate or certificates will be I II '
will be observed source of
niversary .
stationed at Fort Benning .. I
--- sold to the highest bidder at the I 0
THE KILGORE SEED! CO Sept. 10-14. The program will prior to his present assign- mystery. court house door on the first :
In Month of October .
be as follows: ment. He graduated from Until a few years ago It Monday .. .
of October
1962 which is the 1st day .:
Monday night- Message by BHS in 1938. was generally 'accepted that 1962.Datthis. FOR ALDERMAN .

Rev. Clyde Hankerson. Musicby canines especially dogs _. ;<
Choir No.2.Tuesday ,William T. Carter son of were the prime source of the I IIS'UIit.CHARLES""0" A. DARBY, I liiroup IMO. I}

night A short Mr. and :Mrs. Carl F. Carterof rabies virus. Then in 1952 a Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court, Florida of For Two Years Vote for One

pageant by the youth entit- Route 1, Lawtey was recently Tampa child was bitten by a 8-23 4t 9.13NOTICE !,

led "God's Church." promoted to specialistfour bat and became ill. Tests i .

Wednesday night Rev. in Germany where he is showed the bat to be heavily OF TAX APPLICATION"FOR DEED I CARL LAMAR JOHNS

Vinson and congregation from a member of the 100th Ordnance infected with the rabies vi Sec. 104.16. F.S. .
Penney Farms. -The child was given anti-
Battalion. rus. that Ray A. Cox the holderof I '
Thursday night-Elder White A missile repairman in rabies shots and covered. the following certificateshas ORIE A. WIGGINS '
filed said certificates for a
and congregation. Headquarters Detachment of After several years of ted- tax deed to be issued thereon. I! ,
Friday night- Rev. McKayand the battalion's 167th Ord- ious research, during which The certificate numbers and I 1 -..J. '
years of issuance, the descripI ,
congregation. I
nance Detachment in Wies- hundreds of bats were collected tlon of the property and the

OFESEf All members are urged to baden, Specialist Carter en- dissected ,and tested, .a names in which it was assessedare I FOR ALDERMAN ,

PRINK W$ attend the anniversary pro- tered the Army in November.. remarkable new theory was Certificate as follows No. 49 Year of Issuance (Group No. 2)) i .

grams throughout the week. I 1960 completed basic at Fort advancedthat: the, greatest 1956.Description. ;

New Hope Baptist Church. ,. Jackson. S. C., and arrived hidden carrier of ,the rabies at NE Cor. of SE of ,Property i of NE i Beg.run For Two Years Vote for One

The Singing stars from Jack- overseas in October 1961. He virus wa:..not the dog but the W 335 ft. S 330 ft. to POB then ,
sonville will sing at New Hope E 130 ft. S 50 ft. W 130 ft. N 50 "
is 1960 of BHS.
a graduate nocturnal bat. ft. to FOB Sec. 29 T 6S R 22 E. ::1S. :1-1
Baptist Church Sunday night. Name in which assessed Lela CARL HURST
The research also indicated
___ _
Buckles. .
All members and friends are
Pvt. Sidney D. Newman son
that there might be other an- All of said property being in''
asked to come and hear them. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. alterna- the County of Bradford State' ., I" :. ..
imals serving as an
U\\ Mrs. Glennis Solomon re- 2 of Florida. | .
Newman of Rt. Starke recently '
tive reservoir for rabies infection Unless such certificates shall
t\\\\\\6\ \ \\\ porter. completed the eight- I and current studiesare redeemed according to law :
described in such .0.
Regular services will be held week communications center the property :
pointing the finger of suspicion I
at 3 with Rev. L. W. --
stf pm. specialist course at the South- at an old. familiar I
Massey in charge. Sunday eastern Signal School Fort FOR ALDERMAN
friend- the racoon.Tests .
School at 9:45: a.m. Morning Gordon Ga. .
service 11 a.m., with Supt. Pvt. Newman graduated showed that Eke the WILLIAMS4EWEUIY (Group No. 3)) '. \

.. John Diggs Jr. in charge. _from___ _BHS__ _in_ _1957__. _and__ was n__ bat, about_ two per cent of I ___ __ T.'I_ rI1v____ "TI 111.__
.. racoons are rabid they are ror iwo ears YULe lor uneVAYNE
Greater Allen Chapel will employed by the U.s. Forest '
not considered so potentially
PHONE have regular church services Service in Glendora Calif. '
the bat since,
dangerous as
starting with Sunday Schoolat before entering the Army. REPAIRS \ E, DOUGLAS ;I
around the they are
9:45: a.m. Morning service WATCHES-DIAMONDS
in number .less mobile, '
fewer ,
WO 4-3101 11 am., with Rev. 1,. A. Sam- Airman 2-c Russell H. Rau- : I
and more cons 1c! us. I SEEBER D. GOODMAN
All Work GuaranteedA. II
son in charge. Communion at lerson son of Mr. and Mrs. I

6 p.m. All member sand Robert C. Raulerson of Camp More than 400 persons were C. Williams f 'f

Office and School Supplies friends invited to attend the Blanding. is being reassigned treated in Florida last year 142 W. Call St. j I I III'
in for protection from rabies! after III
services throughout the day. to McCoy Air Force Base Starke Fla. I
receiving bites from varied ,
Florida following his gradua-
Please have all news in by
tion from the U.s. Air Force animals. The treatment.is -I II
BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH I 6 p.m. each Monday.Mrs.. V -
painful and still potentially
E. J. Givens Walker reporter. technical training course for .I _.__- -- .-.--.. - '
Medical hopeto --
dangerous. men L
aircraft radio repairmen _
-. : : Keesler AFB Miss. find in the future a. quicker -

.:.. -4 Julias S. Kowatch electri- vaccine., safer and less painful BUSINESS I DIRECTORY I

cian's mate 3-c, U.S. Navy. ,At the present time Flor-

is serving aboard the attack ida is spending about $40,000

I ir \' J A"It aircraft carrier USS Forres- annually on' further study _. ------ n_ __ '
Do/t) Wake tal in the Eastern Atlantic. and research of the'dread di- - J'I*;'
LW... As a unit of the Second Fleet sease. If some means Is eventually AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES SEWING MACHINES

and the NATO striking force, found to eradicate I IHull's

the All-Mew the Forrestal participated recently rabies millions of dollars-will. Brake I VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris,
I Supply
I ItiI enjoy : Service Parti Sewing Machine
: in a special four-day be saved in vaccination and "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Inc.Complete .'

exercise in the Eastern Atlan- treatment of farm animals Vliller-Brown MotorsInc. Line of

. 1 .. tic. as well as humans., ; For Every Car 01 Truck I SEEDSPLANTS- Service Co

:! 1t: In the meanwhile/the safest Turning: m Grinding Helming FB Z-S5SB FERTILIZERS New Home .....
Methodist Church course of procedure for While You Wait 10Z0 E. University Ave. i I In.seetkldesPet SuppliesWe

t4Lkkr\J! I : those who would avoid,rabies till S. Slain Gainesville GainesvilleB I Rent Fertilizer fciyreaders''' Neechl-Pfalj .

Schedule for the week of exposure is to stay away from FR 2.9829 Sales <&: Service ,
224 N. W- Rth Ave.
: '. Sept. 2: animals that behave In a & G Motors Co. Repairs On AU Makes
t -- --- -
Sunday Church School. strange manner,and report all CADhi4i41% OLDSMOBILEF85 FR 20476Gainesville. 515 W. Unit. Ave., Gtinetvllfc
.. v :\C 9:45: amMorning Worship bites immediately to the IIILLMAN Fla 370-1075
1 k k f\\ \ \'* \\ 4 11 ajn. Snack Supper for Health Sales and Service I I
: Department' family Butler's Radiator HI-FI STEREO .
S. ... :. : .. MYF 6:30: p.m. Youth Meetings physician. 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 -

7 p.m. Evening Worship FR 6.7515
.I Service ROOFING
______ 4.' 1 8 p.m. Top Tunes \
ii A \ L \ Monday Commission on NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Most Modem Cores In Stock DODGE LANCER "The Biggest Little Record
: \\ I Education meeting. 7 p.m. Official that I, P. D. REDDISH as Sheriff Repairs All Cars Trucks SLMCA Shop in the South" The Helzel Co.
k TiG $' Board 7 of Bradford County Florida. National Trailer Rental Sales Parts Service HI-FI Stereo Component Dealer I.
\ ... .. .. \ .1,, ... meeting p.m. under and by virtue of an Alias S ROOFING
: ::' ::.vx. : *: .4 519 8. W. 4th Ave.. Gaineavilb USED CARS TOO Pilot Harman Karden
r \ .k\; .\ .s \ t \ :' Tuesday Circles of WS- writ of Execution heretofore Issued I S SHEET METAL
\ out of the Circuit Court of FB 2-0486) KLH Pairphild Garrard
:: -
CS meet as follows: No. 1 at the Eighth Poole-Gable Motors C Am coNDrnoNBra
Judicial Circuit, In
T 811 W. Union
I i \ \ home of Mrs. W. G. Halle, 10 and for Alachua County Flori 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilleFR Ave. Gainesville: No Job Too Large Or Too Saul

\ $ $ a.m. No. 4 at home of Mrs.T. da The in that Florida certain National cause Bank whereIn at- AUTO SALES SERVICE 2-4J43 FR 2-2728 202 S. E. 4th St GafeoffSl

T. Long 10 a.m. No. 2 at Gainesville formerly Florida LADIES FR 2-1491
Bank at Gainesville was Plain- IMPERIAL CHRYSLER "
home of Mrs. Walla'Lipsey, 3 tiff, and John Boles Construc Automatic Transmissions
: ,, p.m. No. 6 at 3 p.m.with Mrs. tion, Inc., a Florida corporation, PLYMOUTH VALIANT Cherry's

'k" .,."&:"::""i..o'i-!.:::s.. ""w,..'10...(.;, :\- ,,.. ;.. ,"o':.':\..' S Eula Whigham at hostess. and ants,John the Final Bole Judgment. were Defend being Authorized Sales Parts ONE MAKES DAY SERVICEALL Gainesville's Most Fashionable VACUUM CLEANERS
Service REPAIR
Wednesday Circle 3 will for J2.4J6.70, being dated May -
meet at home of Mrs. O. L. 9. 1961. and being recorded in AND EXCHANGE Address For Ladies.
Official Record Book 140. Page HawesPowersMotor DRESSES SUITS -COATS
Haynes Jr., and Circle 5 at S88 of the public records of Ala Gator Automatic AU Makes Of Vaoons'

home of Mrs. Ben Moxley Jr., chua County, Florida, said Judgment -, Co. ACCESSORIES "If It Needs Repair
having been assigned to Transmission ServiceINC.
Time.to Changer both at 10 a.m. Prayer Meet- C. L. Brice and Alias Execution 109 W. University Gainesville Bring In To KirbjV*

i ing. 7:30 p.m. issued .thereon have levied upon FR 2-2561 NEW L USED VACUUMS
all of the right title and Inter- MOVER
I ThursdayChancel Choir est of John Boles In the following 204 N. Main, GainesvilleVsedCar.312N.Maln 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.) Authorized Kirby Distributor

described property to-wit: Gainesville PHONE 372-0372
rehearsal 7:30
a TO MODERN 2-1N-1 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOft-FUOa! I : p.m. 1 Spreader box Model RIGSSmith Gainesville
FR 6-3400
So many exciting new features and conveniences you've r- CONCRETE PRODUCTS MayflowerLOCAL

Always wanted..to save you time.work and mooey.


sAeZua They hold all the frozen and New models are bigger inside,SDaIJerfref.hfoodsalargefamilyneeds.Mode1s Authorized Sales Service- THE BEST FROM DISTANCE MOVING 12S.W.lst Ga1untDI

outside. Zero-cold freezer section Edwards Storage And Crating FR 6-7119
Parts Building
with shelves that rake lower swing keeps foods tasty-fresh for nthg.
., out Everything at your fingertips.KiHTY You can stock up on "special sals"items. PORTABLE Trained Mechanics Good Supply Inc. Gainesville FR ft-1224 I J

...save money. Used Cars .
726 S. Main FR 2-4844 WELDING
: Of Id CUIES-You'll never NO DEFROSTING -RafrM TDOB .f
ma short. Plenty rf ice cube storage defrosting fore. rl New models are Barkley Motors Gainesville. Fla- .
.. ..and fast froet-freec No \ TYPEWIITERS
epace. freezing provides *self-defrosting. aap- : 615 MOTORS Lillian's Music Store
N. Mala. Gainesville ELECTRIC
ample apply.;always. ing, chipping,or mopping. ... Universal Welding

... See the models with new.built.in-look..squand Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor "Gainesville Leader1 I

shoulders and flush-to-the-waQ design (and free .' Since 1933 CompanyPipe
usa too)...at your electric appliance&*kf. LARK ANGLIA Repair Co. KRAKAVER WINTER- I

'. J;.-.14i--... .,:, ...... ENGLISH FORD OF GAINESVILLE. INC. CABLE (Columns Steel Fabrics II

-tkJ1OtIa& tftf1 lJ ( fieJt'. Sales 4 Service CHORD ORGANS$1594375. Bodies Trailers ,

Y j ; )OiII'!Iou fer .. EASY. TERMS. -Complete Service far AH SALES AND SERVICE Guitars -Drum* Sheet SPECIAL DESIGN
...Irs C8EAPER. TOOl ..... Omameatai .Wogk I
4s44J" jf f-.it ....<. Makes "Distributor! of Music ,

FLORIDA POWER' & LIGHT COMPANY, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 606. E. University Ave. New Lincoln Motors"FR Budgets :;19 S. Main Ga1nsavi] I

HfLUHS MUILD FLORIDA FE 24.251OInesvllle. 2-8318 FR 6-5921 1

I F&. 1030 8. Main. Galatirffii 112 8. EL First Oainesrfflo FB 6-7411 !
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