Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Official County Publication Established In 1879



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I, Petition Asking -c cI % Future Grows Dim .;


( :To Close MonroeGuy ./- lqf I For Vegetable Crops. .

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I J. Andrews, Starke developer ( I Ij'
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recently purchased -- '
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A ,t $17,505. is petitioning the City :: 'j' ;.".'.,'. : I ket showed an increase of $27,919.08 over 1962, ac-

I Of Redistricting I tI Council to ,close the unused B.OY5'Four J cording to Market Man:ager J. R. Wainwright, al-

block of Monroe{\ I though both vegetable and 1 pecan crop production fell
I St. between 1 1A
I Politicians Huddle Over Problems] the triangle and the old \s 1T E.. .. Ahead Of 1962Bradford off. competition from downstate

Winn-Dixie parking lot. The ,.. .. Strawberries were the big
I sources depletes demand and
word at the farmer's market
property ..
on both sides of the
Bradford Commission and School Board members huddle cfpGSsible" ,' : '; ., ,' County received consequently lowers prices.
County over maps in an unused street is owned by Andrews ""> "-.".- '-. > ',. :m' this season as they accountedfor
fort to redistrict the Conii ----- almost seven inches more rain "Because of the develop-
county""as equally as according to population. The and the block [with $358,290.08 of the $412-
inlssloners hate been struggling with the issue i for months, and their first tentatively approv- 45.34 ft. frontage on Madison young hopefuls from Bradford County High School during the first six months of 426.84 total sales. Last year'smarket ment different varieties of

ftl plan was unacceptable: to thc School Boardin since it would put two School Board mt'mberJJoint St. will revert to him if the left early Sunday morning for a week at Boys State in Talla- 1963 than it did in the same sales, including straw- vegetables and improved

the same residence district. Hence the meeting'last week. city legally closes it. hassee. From left: Michael Maruca, John Williams, Ernest period of 1962.Through berries, pecans and vegetables, farming practices the production

The Commission meets Tuesday July 16 to start work on its 1963-64 budget, and it is A Jenkins, and Tom Gardner. The boys were accompanied to June 30 this totaled $384,608.76 of which of perishable crops in
hearing on the matter year south Florida has changed
likely that the ever-recurring redtet rioting problem will come up again at this meeting.on will be held at the Council's Tallahassee by Win S. Haas. Boys State is sponsored by the average total over the 285989.39 came from straw- from seasonal to year-round,"

The board must redistrict or appear in Court Sept. 4 tq show cause why it has not com- I regular meeting, Tuesday July the American Legion, and other local groups sharing in the county was 33.54, while the berries. This season a total of Huggins said.

plied with the law. I 16, at 7 p.m. expense of sending the delegates are the Starke Rotary Club, average through June 30 119,200 packages of strawber-, "Why, I've seen them plant-

I Shown in photo (clockwise, from left): Rodney P. Hall, W. E. Lawson, Jessie R. Chas- .I In his petition for closing, Chiton Club, and Elks rub.I 1962 was 26.67 inches. I passed ries, pecans through and the market vegetables fora ing and harvesting corn at tha

fain, Ceo. W. Roberts Jr., D. W. Starling, Jerome Johns, Russell, Green and |Carl Pre'att.I Andrews points out that while I In 3 Accidents June was the wettest monthof 9,131 package increase over same time on the same farm
I the year so far, with a total I down there" he added.
the said
street has been dedi- the 1962 total of 109,887 paCK-
I Land Sales Total cated to the public as a street of 9.6 inches of rain. If July ages. Strawberry production Increased
Cigarette Tax $$121,000 I keeps up the way it started, during the past few
by a plat of record, the portion One Both vegetable and pecan .
Only Injured Badly however it will top June'srecord years has been the savior of
in question is not
now used as production showed -
I Tops $5,000 From June 11 1 1 3 In a public street, but has in of July. the During the first week decreases, however.apprecIable Pecan Bradford's farmers. Bradford
: July CountyProperty fact, been effectively closedby Here During Big HolidayDespite towers county's three fire production for last Octo- berry production has Jumped
I reported rainfall
In Starke First a sidewalk and gutter plac- as follows ber and November dropped 44 from a gross of $52,000 In 1958
: New River 4.70 inches; to 108,619 flats and $353-
there the
transactions in J., parcel of land 4000. by State Road three traffic accidents mitted to the. hospital.The Highland, 4.20; Santa Fe. per cent from 1961 and vege- 290.08 through the market in
I The City of Starke's cigar- I Department during the rerouting 1.60'1 table production this
Bradford County during the Hugh Pippin to A. E. McKinney season
over the long Fourth of first mishap last Friday No woods 1963. Berry production Is act-
ette tax collections for the period from June 11 to July j Jr., Starke, and E.I of U.S. 301 through fires were reported dropped a whopping 65 per
: July holiday weekend no fatal- occurred at approximately 2:30: usually higher each year than
Starke. during past due
I month of May soared above 3 totaled $121,000 according, Dryden Jacksonville, parcel oLi..!! ities, and only one serious injury p.m. 3.7 miles west of Starkeon largely to the cent over last year. the market report since some
the $5.000 mark for the first to records filed in the officeof I of land, $1,500. "The unused portion thereof were recorded in Bradford SR 16 when 13-year-old John fall. So far this there Only 8,569 packages of veg- are shipped by Individual

time. City Clerk iternll Edwards County Clerk Charles Dar- A. E. McKinney Jr., to E. is not needed by the petitioner County, according to reports Rufus Adkins made a left turn have been 74 fires year with 503.8 etables [corn peas butter growers.

said yesterday. Previous I Dryden Jacksonville parcel or the general public from local lawmen.In into his home in front of a car burned. beans, pepper and other per- Berry production has Increased -
by.Only acres This
high for any month was a- of $1,000 or of land $1,000.L. fori ingress compares ishable ] went through .'
wies I or egress to or two mishaps on the day driven by Mrs. Dorma Griffis favorably with 154 fires and crops in the last five yearsto
round $4,700 Edwards said. more are listed and prices are I I L. Hill to Harold D. Bo- from any property or place" following the Fourth, Friday, Hudson, 36, of Atlanta Ga. 1,335.5 acres burned duringthe I the market this year compared where It now accounts for

The total in collections received figured from documentary tax ree, Jacksonville parcel of the petition said. July 5, four injuries were recorded -Two of Mrs. Hudson's three same period last I to 24,294 packages in 1962, 87 per cent of the total gross
by the city for May stamps affixed to deeds filed land, 5000. but only one woman was daughters and Mrs. Laura Grif- year. Wainwright said. A break- sales of all crops sold throughthe

was $5,159.80. The city has in the clerk's office. The L. D. Vining, Starke, to H. Two Men Placed injured badly enough to be ad- fis, 65, were injured when their down of individual vegetable farmer's market
been receiving around $50,000 transactions were: M. Shirley and Irving Wein- 1955 Oldsmobile crashed into I crops was not available. Pecan Production went up from

annually from the cigarette Elmer G. Sowers to Mid- .I stein, Palatka., half interest to On ProbationPurvis young Adkins Sheriff Has'Colorful' production dropped from 81,813 flats and sales of $2&5-

tax but this: 1 is expected; to State Homes, Inc., Tampa, i parcel of land, $17,500. Miss Universe The youth was charged withno 189,000 pounds in 1961 to 989.39 in 1962 to 108,619 flats

:i take a sharp increase with the residence. 2700. I Carl H. Smith. Macclenny, Edward Griffis ,and driver's license and improper StaffThe 100,600 pounds in 1962. and sales of 358290.08 in

? I tax increase from 5 cents to Fannie Belle Niblack and to L. E. Jones Holly Hill residence -I Nelson Charles GrifZisboth of Contestants change of lane while makinga Bradford County A g e nt '1963, according to market fig
Florida Times-Union
|f / 8 ,cents .a packaze which became Byron T. Niblack to Arthur R.I $7,200. Bradford county were placedon I left turn. His father, Ed- George Huggins termed the ures. Total sales in other
effective July 1. I Efisio Coiana Jr. to Mid- probation for a term of has noted that the staff of 1961 crop of pecans of 189,000 words increased
Wheeler and George Lunch Here ward S. Adkins, was also' approximately -
The effect of the new tax' Wheeler, lot In Indian Beachon State Homes Inc., a Florida three years by Circuit' Judge[ charged with allowing an Unauthorized Bradford County Sheriff P. pounds "fair" for Bradford 20 per cent. The total number -

will not be known definitely Santa Fe Lake $1,500. Corp., residence 1400. George L. Patten in Union minor to driven ac D. Reddish is a colorful ',County called the '62 crop of flats going through the

J' until collections for the month; James L. Andrews Starke County Circuit Court last I' Starke to have turned luncheon out Wednesday with 12- cording to 'Florida Highway of 100,600 pounds "below nor- market Increased only about

of. July are reported.: to Thelma Rainer Jones, Two InductedFor week. The probation was effective of the most beautiful girls in Patrol Trooper J. M. Hollis. I one.While the sheriff himself mal," and said the crop for 11 per cent: however, showing
May collections for other Starke, :residence, 5500. Active ,DutyReason i July.! 1. .* "*. ,j;the .world-i-contestantsr i th$ The two-Hudson? girls. Mar-.: is Reddish, his oldest_ deputy I this year, "looks better if the that average prices' the, berries
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[Continued on Page 2] i i Lois E. Adkins to Robert L. 'The'two.- .; ,men were". 'arrested, : Miss Universe Contest' to be lene, aged 8, and Kathy, 3, in 'point of' service or "other diseasesdon't brought over the last :year
Shaller, Starke residence. Kirkland Jr. of "in Union Countylast Octoberon judged in Miami next week.. had bruises and, abrasions and Red'dinother deputies destroy it. roso faster than production.

Lake Butler Negro $7,700. '*, f'., Starke has been called for charges of possession of a Arriving at the Starke_ Golf! Mrs. Griffis was admitted to the are Brown and Green. But Huggins holds a dim I

I' Bradford Building Supply, i induction into the United moonshine still, still appara- & Country Club by charteredbus Bradford County Hospital Deputy Williams is the I outlook for the future ofBradford.s Fla. Guard

Arrested On Hidden Inc.. a Florida. corporation, | States Arciy and left for active tus, and moonshine. The still at 1:45 pm. were Miss where she was reported not one member of the staff perishable vegetable

Weapon ChargesA and Ann Bernice Nachtmann I duty Tuesday July 9. was located .in the Providencearea Austria. Miss Greece Miss critical with chest injuries, a with a colorless name. round crops because of the year- DCS GraduationSet
I :jo L. A. Davis and J. T. along with Lawrence E. Smith of Union County and"hadbeen Canada, Miss Belgium. Miss broken arm and multiple abra- production which goes
sale of the Bradford of Green who in operation only- sions. Mrs. Hudson and third I I on in south Florida. Too much
Lake Butler man. Willie Quigley, Cove Springs I Fran e. Miss Finland Miss a
I Lee Hill Jr., a 25-year-old Negro Building Supply Inc., a Starke I was a transfer to the Starke while. I Scotland :Miss Ireland, Miss daughter' Marilyn, also 8, were! --- --_ c-i-- Sunday

was arrested by Starke business, $5,900. group, according to Selective The probation was ''ordered Norway Miss, Holland, Miss not injured.No I -' _j;

Police Sunday afternoon July Heirs of James Blair Tes- Service Supervisor, Mrs. Rho- by Judge Patten following a Switzerland,*and Miss south injuries were recorded in -. Graduation ceremonies for

7, ,in Mitchell's Drug Store on ton, deceased to Elmer Hig- da Dampier. pre-sentence investigation. Carolina. the second wreck Friday at the second class of the Florida

/ East Call Street when it was ginbotham Lawtey parcel Starke's draft quota for the Also placed on probation at Cecilia 'Yoder Miss South 4:30: p.m., according to TrooperL. National Guard's Officer Can-
reported he was carrying a of land $1.500. 1 month of July was only one tt- same time were Louis Carolina had joined the group N. Fowler, when a 1963 didate School are scheduled

pistol concealed under hi" Lois E. Adklns to Mae I, Mrs. Dampier said, and none Freeman Griffis of Raiford. for the trip to Miami, and Chevrolet driven by Opal Mor- ; for this Sunday. July 14, at

shirt. "I! Frances Jenkins] Starke, residence -.I I were called in May. charged with possession of will compete with girls from rell Allen, 36, of Starke pulledout ?t iiI 9:30: at Camp Blanding and

According to .Police Chief 8000.- Nine men, three of them still still apparatus, and other states in a preliminary of her driveway 1.5 miles are open to the public.

William F. Rosser. both police John B. Kirkland to B & volunteers and one a transfer moonshine; and Lee Addisonof contest for Miss United States south of Starke on SR 100 into The present 45 member

cars were in the area of P Incorporated Hillsborough from another group, received Union County, charged : before the final selection of the path of another auto driven class almost twice as largeas

Mitchell's when the call came County parcel of land, $3,900. notification to report for phy- with assault, with intent to' Miss Universe. by Angus Eugene Hall, 25, last year's initial class of.

in and officers converged on Jack R. Katterhenry, Duval sical examinations Monday, commit murder.Loral 1 Around 150 persons attended of Keystone Heights. 25 members. will hear an address -

the store immediately. Hill County. to Richard C. Bailey. July 1. Mrs. Dampier said. I the luncheon including Hall going toward Starke, by MaJ. Gen. Henry B.

was arrested. charged with I' Jacksonville, res i dence in' -v 'S.- ., ---- many city and county offic-,swerved to the left to avoid a McMillan, the Adjutant General -
carrying a concealed weapon, Mount Pleasant on Silver ,i ials. The Starke Rotary Club collision but could not and his of Florida. This year's

A and is now in the city jail Lake 6100. I II attended as a group, substituting -J1962 Ford Falcon smashed into candidates, unlike last year's

under: a $252.50 bond. I j I M. A. Mann Parks ana the Miss Universe Luncheon I the right side and rear of Mrs. will be commissioned at their
'I Stanley Sullivan Parks, her for its regular Wednesday Allen's car. Damage to both graduation in a awearing-in
Rosser said the man was husband. Lexington, Kentucky meeting. cars totaled $450, Fowler said, ceremony performed by Brig.
arrested in the drug store before Mrs. Allen Gen. Robert A. Ballard. commanding -
and charged
to William Harris Green I Randal Chitty con- was
anything happened so : of land. 2500. with violating the right-of-way general of the 55th
Starke. parcel ferred on each of the girls a
police do not know if he intended Operational HQ (DIv.) the
the road from -
to commit a robbery. I Heirs of A. Z. Adkins, deceased certificate of honorary citizen- entering drive.A a private Assorted loot, paint brushes, and 28 pieces of telephonecable senior National Guard troop
1 to Sherrod W. HamIlton -i :: ship in the City of Starke. A recovered from Starke Roosevelt when
Another Negro, Edward CUmmIngs : Negro Ross, 33, commander in Florida.
Starke residence $13- Q. Smith, president of the third minor mishap was reported him for
also of Lake Butler police captured breaking into Win. T. Jackson's used Graduation ceremonies will
was arrested outside the drug 100.Lois '' ; : : I i Starke Jaycees sponsors of in Keystone Heights Building Material and Machinery Supply establishment. begin at 9:30: with music pro-
to Harry the luncheon served as mas-
E. Adkins
store while waiting in a car. I when only one automobile was vided by the 13th Army Band
released from Mooty, Starke, residence, $8- ter of ceremonies.
Cummings was I I involved in an accident Monday Police Solve Jackson TheftsStarke from Miami Florida's National
the city Jail Monday after 000. t The event was covered by Guard Band. The actual graduation
posting a $27.50 bond on a T.R.M. Corporation, Jacksonville : k_ : Gainesville and Jacksonville July 8, in front of Ter- police have arresteda police department placed an all will begin at 10 am.

public intoxication charge, ; to Martha Cotton t H: ( newspapers as well as Channel rell's Gulf Station. The acci- Starke Negro man, Roosevelt night stake out around the firm The graduation will be wit

Rosser said. II Gardner, Keystone Heights, 12 television. dent was not serious however Ross 33, for breaking into and caught Ross as he was car- nessed by next year's OCS

lot in Geneva Point Estates. w : ', The tour of the contestantsto i according to Trooper E. L.. Jackson's Building Material & class of 118 members. This
rying off a piece of telephone
; $3,600. ; Miami was sponsored by Machinery supply on North
jjones, although the car turned cable. Sunday's activities will complete -
Bradford Public TJUkL Corporation. Jack- .- I the Highway 301 Association,.over. Cherry Street last Wednesday some 1.000 hours of rigorous *
sonville to Aubrey V. Ban- -- with another stop scheduled night July 3, according to Police found all 28 pieces of training for the 1963

nister. Jr., Keystone Heights ; a Wednesday night at O ala. Chief William F. Rosser. cable hidden behind a chicken'I officer candidates which

Library : lot in Geneva Point Estates $k .J,. 1 Pictures of the event will. Lawtey To Get Ross has confessed to enterIng coop at Ross' house in Reno' stretched over the past year

I 4000. I-- appear in the July 18 issue of the establishment three and a gallon of paint at his which consisted of a pair of
TO OPEN MONDAYIN \ I T.RJH. Corporation. Jack- I The Telegraph. More PhonesLawtey times, Rosser said, and to tak- girl friend's apartment whichhe two week training periods and

REGISTER BLDG. sonville, to Kenneth D. Mor- !! ing 28 pieces of telephone cable had been painting. Ross also eight weekend drills at Camp

I iSis Gainesville, lot in Geneva to each four feet in length, 12 admitted selling a quantityof Blanding.
will be cut over
Point Estates 1600. : Prison Hanging gallons of paint valued at $L25 brass fittings and some
Books Not Shelved
T.R.M. Corporation Jacksonville :i. ; a new 150 line switchboardthis per gallon and a quantity of paint but had sold no copper Vo-Ag Teacherst

:tOn I to Arthur R. Kiefer -: : I Termed-SUicide; Saturday, July 13, at paint brushes. He is now in the from the telephone cable, according -'

I Jr., Gainesville, lot in Geneva I midnight the Starke Telephone county jail under $2,500 bond. to Chief Rosser. Attend ConferenceBradford

Wheels Parade Point Estates. 1200. J A Seminole ,Indian: inmafc: Company announcedthIs for breaking and entering. Ross arrest was made by the.

Fernie Moody. Lake Butler .-. ---- in the State Prison at Raifordwas week. I W. T. Jackson former Starke! police force's Negro officer High School's two
dead hangIng iri 'a mayor and owner of the used: Lottie Williams with Lieut vocational agriculture instructors
to G. Oliver. Pensa- found ;
Dewey scout troop lugs boxes of books to be hauled to the The board will replacethe
Wednesday, July 17 cola, 58 acres of land, 4050. new site of the Bradford County Library in the RegisterBuilding hospital ,bathroom Tuesday, old new 100 line board and building supply firm had complained .Billy i Overstreet and Patrolman Paul Hutchins and Cur
J. M. Dyer. Starke. to Jim- July 2, according to information of the break-ins for I Rudolph Hutcheson also participating tis Marlowe, are attending the
on South Walnut Street. The will enable the to serve ,
2:30P.M. mie U. Thornton Starke 5.3 library Cpt"Ults ': : from Warden DeWitt company over a year, Rosser said. The in the stake out. Florida Agriculture Teachers
doors! Monday, July 13, at its new location but books ,will not a. greater number of subscribers. Annual Conference in Daytona
Sinclair. -
of land. 1100. ,
In Honor of acres William Emerson Whitney be shelved then, according to Librarian Bess Burns. The full-blooaed Indian. .all There number will change be practicallyan in Law- :Fire Department Gets Two Calls Beach this week, Monday

JOSEPH LEE DAY Sarasota. to J. Marvin Fair- Jimmy Billie, 53,' was a pa- through Friday July 8-12.
.....all cloth Jacksonville, parcel of I Books On The Move tient in the prison hospital tey mental, however directory, and for a supple Lawtey The Starke Fire Departmentwas ceived and the shed was a While at the conference the

I land $3,500.Newnan I, I where he had recently undergone will be mailed to every sub- called out twice last Friday total loss.Friday state's vo-ag teachers. will

This Space Contributed D. Wainwright as: A score of Starke Jaycee:s Building [old Park Theatre] surgery for a hernia. He scriber of the company before with only] slight damage afternoon the truck learn of the latest develop-

Executor of the Estate of of I and Boy Scouts all found ou t on south Walnut Street. I was orkinallj sent up from the cut over date this Satur- reported in each instance. answered a call to Market ment in agriculture from various
Weekly Roy Duggins decreased to Saturday that lifting boxe:; I{ According to Librarian Bess : Collier County to serve a life day. Each Lawtey subscriber Friday morning the depart- ,. Road where lightning had industrialists and representatives

Events by Lacy Brown Starke parcelof filled to the brim with libra r Burns the books were placed sentence for second degree whose number Is changed will struck power lines causinglive of the Extension
I ment was called to the. residence wires to fall on the Department of the Universityof
; land. $1,500.Wallace I books 1s, back-breaking toil. I on the floor until the shelves murder. I also receive a new number I
The CommunityState i A. Salano to Charles -I The two groups participate 11 can be installed. The Library A Union County coroner's plate for his phone.In of Mrs. R. A. Thomason ground., The Incident took Florida. They will also ca
C. Raulerson. 10 acres of Saturday July 6, in movuij I is scheduled to open for'business jury ruled the death a suicide W. Lafayette St., where a place during a heavy downpour ment teaching plans' and. various -

i land. $1.300.Edna II the Bradford County Library, at its new location'next ,by hanging. The body town the company puts tool shed was on fire. The of rain and the wires other Future Fanner

Bank I Garnett Studer. to shelves and all, to new quar. Monday July 15. Mrs. Burns was 'found at approximately. two parties on one line and in blaze was too far advanced by were repaired before a fire' activities for the coming'

.I George Ixw'n,' Helmetta N.!t ters in the remodeled Regista L' said.. 2.a.m..on.July 2. ..:._-. rural areas five. __ the time the alarm was re- could bef started. school term. -- -- .J

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I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warrenand j Mrs. Ernest P. Boland and Carr Colley was visiting REPORT OF CONDITION OF I of condition is true and correct postal savings) :215.62S.52! I9b3 and I he"--bY-! 'rt..'} -.4. .,' ,
'! Mr.j COMMUNITY ST.lTCXli to the best of my knowledgeand Deposits of States I 1 am not an officer or dire ir
1 of Athens is and Mrs. Fred K.
family spent the past week : daughter OK &TARKE I\" THE STVTEOF kli f. and political of this bank.

( j visiting her mother, Mrs. H. 'Greenville, N. C. last week FLORIDA TIlE CLOSE Correct-Attest: subdivisions 776717.15 My Commission expires F 'tIS. >
with friends and relatives in OF BUSINESS OX JUNE 29: Certified and Officers' I 1964.
Norman I II. Willis
: L. Speer for three weeks. They f} Mr. and :Mrs. O. B. Williams Ht'It'nE.
I 19G3.: II. II. Adams Checks etc. 24,824.97 (SEAL) Glasgow
Washington, D. C. and New visited Mr. Speer in the Lake I Ii af Raleigh, N. C. spent Friday I A.lit'ts Pete G. Felos TOTAL DEPOSITS 4.415,655.54 Votary, Public.

Jersey. City VA 'hospital on Tuesday. !1 1I to Monday with Mrs. Owen Cash. balances with other Directors IA I Total I Demand ,I
banks and cash itemsin Deposits 2,424,534.73M ,
Slate of Florida.
f GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-ftttl ilrs. Arlen. McKnight. and David JQn s of Macclenny 'I' Vaughn. process of collection County of Bradford: ss: ( ) Total Time And

-- -- ..- is spending several days with :},rfs.. M. E. Griner of Lake US. tS.H Sworn to and subscribed before savings deposits 1991120.81
son, David, spent the weekend I
United States Government Rediscounts and other
his uncle and aunt, :Mr. and :Butler was visiting Mrs. P. D. obligations, direct and me this 8th day of July liabilities for
Rev. John Brabham with Capt. and Mrs. Don Kor- 1061: : and I hereby certify thatI
Greg Mrs. Marie McDavid of I Mrs. John Torode. 'Rancher Monday. guaranteed 1,246,957.51:! am not an officer or directorof borrowed money 1% .OOO.OO

Reddish, Billy Dean Thompson, Gainesville was visiting her I''etz at Patrick AFB, Cocoa I Mrs. Charles :Meyers and Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Thom- Loans aud discounts (including tins' bank. Other liabilities 90525.77
and Frees Beach David remained there no over- (SI:AL) Jean O. Xorman
Kathy are attending mother, Mrs. T. D. Dyal, last I children of Macon, Ga. are :son and family will spend the drafts) 1,010,201.01:! Notary Public, State of Flori- TOTAL
with his sister for ten
II the Junior High Camp at the Saturday.Mrs. days. visiting her parents, Mr. and weekend with Mrs. F. Bank premises owned J.i at large. LIABILITIES 4.631.IS1.31
Mr. and Mrs. David Browning : F.\\ J47.449.SS furniture and My commission expires Feb
r.. Methodist Youth Camp in Lees- Karen Willis of Port were Saturday evening dinner I Mrs. A. S. Harrison Sr., this I Stump. fixtures J20.024.67:! 67,474.55 14, 19.iiii'oii'r;;. Capital Account

veek. Mrs. Sinclair and leal estate owned Capital 300,000
burg- this week. Clyde I
Charlotte was a weekend guest I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl other than bank Snrplus 325.000.11 II I
.. Patty Budd of Jacksonville )f her uncle and aunt Mr. and Denmark in Jacksonville.Mrs. Steve and Cindy Strickland I daughter, Evelyn, Joyce Denmark premises 4.932.57 or CONDITION OF'FilE Undivided profits 37,486.89Reserves CharleyE.

is her Mrs. Lester Crews. spent::: several days with their : and Jan Ritch spent last'' Other assets 2,735.14 "FLORIDA I{ AT (and retirement
:. visiting grandmother, Mary Reddish of Law- _. _. STAKKR. OK STAUKK-: > account for preferred
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....Mrs. W. E. Middleton cousins, Jan and Greig Moyer week at the Slade guest house 1IIK STATIC Olf FLORIDA 9,508.62:!
for a Mrs. Inez Hamilton and Milton tey celebrated her 87th birth- TOTAL ASSETS :2.7S0.549.14! capital) .
in Jacksonville.Mrs. on Kingsley Lake. AT TUK CLOSE! OF
week. Dill of Jacksonville spenthe day on Saturday, July 6. j BUSI.NESS ox JOE 29, laea.
J. D. Odom, Mrs. Billy Mr. and :Mrs. William Colson i! TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. had as : Fourth of July with :Mr. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry LubUttte \"t. 671,995.01 Johns
Dowling and; Mrs. W. B. ind family of Lemon Grove, i Demand deposits of individuals Cash. balances with other
Fourth of July guests, Mr, and and Mrs. J. P. Dill. and children and Emily Johns i hanks; iuclnd'ng! reserve
Thompson attended the Brad- I Calif., and Mr. and :Mrs. Ed- !, : partnerships. TOTAL LIABILITIES
:Mrs. Clinton Buff, Mr.. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Don Bagwell returned Sunday from three Council' and corporations S66.409.S5;) balances and cashhettia AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS about this question:
ford-Union County ward Wilt of New Jersey ;are i processof
Time and savings depositsof
Hawkins weeks in the West where Dr. 5.303.176.32:!
"Royal and children, ind daughter, Faye, and Bunky collection 203.650.01;
PTA's district meeting in spending a week, at the Agin! Individuals. partnerships -
Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Starling, oto were in Nashville, Tenn. Barry attended the past graduate : and corpora- United States. Government =This I haye carried Auto Medical \ .
Jacksonville Tuesday. Eleven cottage on Kingsley Lake. I obligation: direct and bank's capital. con-
Mrs. Jewell Faulk and children, last! week visiting Mrs.: Bag- workshop at the University 'J tions 1,391,938.86nl"lnooilll guaranteed 1.S47.S65.70; sists of: 'Pa'ments.coverage of
members of the district at- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk attended ]; of United StatesGfnenmeiit
and Joe Breazeale, all of Jack- ve1l's parents. Mr. and Mrs.D. of Colorado for a week. I (inrhidinsr Obligations! of States and Common value tock of 300,000.90MPrnranda with total $500, and am glad I .did.My .
tended the luncheon meeting. the funeral of Henry political subdivisions 896,700.36Loans : par
sonville. S. Dixon. and !They visited Disneyland and postal savings* 19,16.6S1)ele.sitM wife
Faye Bunky and discounts was injured in a'
I Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Snell and 'Peterson Sr. in Chiefland Sunday i ) of States and political -
Mrs. Lucile Davis attendedthe emained there for severalveeks' friends and relatives in Kansas, subdivisions 250,000.00 Including 1460.85 overdrafts collision. The only troubleis
family were visiting relatives afternoon. i I :!
Missouri and Las I PdpoMts' ': of Banks: 10,000.00CerlIfied ) 1.902,791.58 Assets pledged or assigned" -
City Vegas
visit. ,,
funeral of her brother, Rufus : in Fernandina and Daytona Mr. and, Mrs. Guy Sale\ and, ;: and officers' li.mk: premises owned to secure liabilities I her medical and hospital >

Tatum, in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper, Nev., and enroute.other points of interest Beach over the weekend. Their daughter, 'Linda Kay, and Dr. (i cVx-ckf: ,DEPOSITS etc 2,551,835.57 14.324.W I fixtures$235.568.75.:: $7 furniture.17Q.9-1 313,339.69 and aijd. for other, purposes -1.30.1,734; !> bills totaled $915. In
"Friday.Mxs.' have had as guests Al-c and Bill Douville of Pensacola is nephews, Bryan and Walter and Mrs., ...C. Naftel of Birmingham -i ( A > T"'''I demand I Real Instate owned other i view of higher medical

Rudolph Sink and Mrs. Donald R. Cooper and sonf Snell of Daytona are spend- Ala. spent last Thurs- deposits 899.S96.71' than Assets bank premises 3t.OnTOT.L 4,786.61Other : 1..8. L. Feels, President of I heabO't'named : charges today, it is advisable .
: .
visiting his grandparents, Mr. bank do
(H' 't.I I "l' 'n'i I solemnly!
daughter, Cindy were in Lexington ) MacDill AFB from Thursday, and Mrs. R. H. Grider. ing this week with them. day to Sunday at Daytona saving':* deposits I.651.93S.86 I swear that this rt-port of condition i to carry. $1000 Auto

N. C. last week visiting jo Sunday,':Mr. and :Mrs. James i .. Mrs. X. M. Smith and children Beach. Other liabilities 44,095.06. ASSETS _5,303.16.2I.Iabilitli is true and correct: to the Medical Coverage?
: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin
friends and relatives.Mr. :cooper of Chiefland on Satur. were visiting her parents, I Mrs. W. B. :Mundy, and Mrs. TnI.. !ief.best of my knowledge. and be-
and of LIABILITIES 2,595,930.62!> :! :
family Chagrii l
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley.Mrs. lay, and Airman and Mrs. Rob.. Falls Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry.. Bolden, inOjpalock'a I J. B. Sapp had as Fourth of Demand deposit? of individuals Correct-Attest: S. L. Peek, Jr. Charley E. Johns
Ohio and and Mrs '
Marie Wilson, and Miss >rt Burns MacDill on Sun- ; several days last July guests at Kingsley Lake: Capital .1'C'01lfttJII partnership; "ERNEST J.C. S.NEADHAROLD WALLC.
Jim Brown Godwin and family
tfusan Wallace were lurcheongt1ets lay. Mrs. Thelma Steele, :Mr. and f'ommon tt.1 spar -.I and 1.676,219.48Time E: HERXWALLDirectors Agency
of the State Farm are spend- week.Mr. value $100,000.00Undivided deposits of indfvi-
on July 4 of Mrs. Clar Clairnell Cooper is .visiting: ing two weeks at the O. W and Mrs. Elden Math- Mrs. Harold Monk, and Mr.: and ('npitnl' lot1.01l100fnrl'llu" \ ( \ uals. partnerships, ani.) State of Florida. PHONE 964-0121

-nca Dibble) l .qf Penney Farms Diane Stewart in Gainesvillehis : ews and family were in Cor- Mrs. Lee French and familiesof : 5.000.00; corporations 1722265.42 County of Bradford. ss:
Griffin cottage on Kingsle profits 29,618.15 1 131 S. Walnut St.
In the afternoon they visited week. dele, Ga. over the weekend Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. I Deposits of United States Sworn to 'subscribed be.
Lake. Government (including fore me this 9th day of July
mends in the Penney Fam. Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Chasteer I Harry Mooty spent the firs t. visiting Sen. and Mrs. E. W. Carl Sapp of Starke. TOTAL ACCOUNTS PA PITA L. 1S4.61S.51: I,

Clmic, Mathews Sr. I Mrs. G. H. Bennett, and :Mr. !
ind family. Mrs. H. L. Brow of the week with relatives ii 1

Jim Lewis, diaries Phipps 'ee and house guests, Mrs. M. Miami. Janet Kaufmann underwent I I and Mrs. R. H. Boree were in TOTAL TMRILITIE3AVn I

md Misses Sally Sink, and, :. Stith and daughter. Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Win" eye surgery Tuesday in St. i i Macon, Ga. several days last PAPITALACCOUNTS 2 BIG DAYS OF
week relatives.
Brenda Lewis spent Wednesday ind"Misses Mary Brownlee anc l gate and daughter, Pam, wen Vincent's Hospital. visiting

and Thursday of l last week at royce Humphrey, spent th in DeLand, Sanford and Or': Mrs Lois Moore and Miss Mrs. J. O. Turner and son, : ,. ;
IndianRiver T. A. Turner of Wildwood will
Pat Forsythe were
t'aytona Beach. veekend at Beach.
Daytona lando on :Monday and Tuesday r
City Wednesday to Saturday be weekend guests fo Mrs. G. AItErls pledged or assign- TERRIFICFRIDAY
on business. el to HPcure liabilities
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. .!Jennett.I and for other pur-
Merle Grider of Fernandim L Dr. and':1Irs.: James Chaceof poses 743,056.25: :;
!!Beach was an overnight gues I Robert Boudreaux. I I Ln.in!*': as shown above are "
HELP Mr. and Mrs. John Kope- Tuscon, Ariz. were Saturday -I after dpdurtlons of
HEARING I Friday of his parents Mr. ant I visitors of :Mrs. Etta Hoover. valuation reserves of 28,858.45 A\ i
lousos and daughter of Birmingham ,
,Mrs, R. H. Grider. I I. 1;. S Newoomb, Cashier of
I Spanky ilcLendon returne I : Ala, spent the weekend the abovo-named bank. do solemnly Wm'I'>>

I at the Kopelousos cottageon :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. JohnstonOf I affirm that this report & SATURDAY ., e-
Ij Saturday from two weeks a I ',' >
: j Kingsley Lake. Charleston, S. C. were last I
CONSULT BOB WILSON Camp Lejeune, N. C. .
Miss Jane Adams will return Friday visitors of Mr and Sirs.

I Local admittances to Bradford .- this weekend after t ndays' H. L. Hough.Reunion. I
Of Soles' Hearing Aid Center of Jacksonville | County Hospital thi:5 I'
visit with Miss Janet New Sale!
i week include: Mrs. Loyree Co Manager's

ANDREWS DRUG STORE i comise. Mrs. Florence Crosby. Vickers Mr. and in Brunswick Mrs. J. F.Ga.Albury Set I tOME IHieOMPAR/ '

I Ernie Tetstone, Roger Dale For Mills Family
i of Miami spent last Saturday I 1 1.j .
STARKE PLAZA : Griffis: Easton Parrish am 'I r

I'' Stephen Fuqua, all of Starke.j and Sunday with Mrs. Albury's and II I A reunion of the Tom Mills' Hi Folks!' I'm Chuck k Fussell
i sister, Mrs. Golda Martin, : .oo; I m
Mrs. Gladys Louise Allen am I Ir I family will be held July 14 I fss--
I sister-in-law, :Mrs. Doll i e
EVERY FRIDAY I, Mrs. Laura V. Griffis of Law. at Alderman Ford Picnic -.. :
: r I Brown. The Alburys left Monday -.i "", {j 't 1fi! Your New Carp Manager I In Starke.
I tey; Mrs. Linnie M. Brown oj: for a month's vacation in i''I Grounds on Highway 39 south I _! 'i.t

Hampton; and Mrs. Cleo T. of Plant City and east of "
I the mountains of North Carolina -1 I @ I'm and thrilled be in Starke.
t happy t to I want to
i Andrews of Brooker. :I Tampa. All relatives and CMKftTHOME : .

$ 1OOOTO 12:00 : Mrs. George Jones ant( I before returning to their i friends are urged to attend / i = // meet and greet each anti every one of :you. What

: children of Jacksonville art, home in :Miami. this gathering. e;:.. ... : "' better time than this Friday and Saturday . .
: Whatever hearing problem we invite to Mrs. Larry Latham and
jour you I visiting her parents, Mr. anc I I we're chopping prices throughout the store as a "Let's

come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- I Mrs. Clyde Priest, this week. Kite daughter and, and children Mrs.of Bobbie Philadelphia -I I Cigarette Tax H I II. : Get Acquainted" Special! You can .Jbe assured the

; ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't completely i Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker Pa. are spending the. I Il r- 'j- friendly service you're accustomed to will be con

conic in. We will gladly talk I and daughter of Cocoa l Tops $5,000 tinued and if at all Be
: satisfactory, I summer with Mr. ani Mrs. I r: eyen improved possible sure

if need : spent Saturday Wednesdaj r Wallace Solano and family. and take advantage of these wonderful values! See
it. over... ....confidentially... And you better.Jhear-. I With Mrs. L. S. Hutto and I I'' [Continued from Page 1] IOIl/Olll/
'1"- heJSl'oiTiifTfie" selection'' of better : Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay I II ,. ,.," ".'?"jI! .\... you this week-end!
ing, we will a 'family. Mr. and Mrs. Brae l area'were I. ) -
and sons of Miami spent last I municipalities Li the
: i .
Locke and children I II -
aid. of Jack. w- """r- -- "" "''''-11.-
hearing : week with Mr. and Mrs. G. : Brooker, 213.79; Hampton Nationally Famous

sonville were Sunday visitor* I A. Gay. They also visited in i $184.76; Keystone Heights, WOMEN'S COOL '%TOM EN'S
COMPLETE SERVICES : of the Hutto family.
Ashville. N. C. !I $973.4.2;. Lawtey, $375.51; and Lovable Bras JAMAICA
Arne Hauger Jr. suffered a SleevelessBLOUSES
Mrs. W. H. Clark and chilI Waldo, $259.40.Edwardssaid.
line of accessories and batteries. broken ankle Monday when he.. I,
Complete I
i!dren of Orlando were last Wed- ; ,that cigarettetax

Appointments in the privacy of your home or of tripped while at'work. nesday and Thursday guests of I collections are usually REG. 71 SHORTS
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pflesh- More
.. : fice. Call us. I : .Mrs. Stanley Noegel and family -: higher in the summer because I People Own $1.00
inger spent Monday at Cedar
at Kingsley Lake. of the Influx of summer tour- I I. I I Q Printed
0 We of Zenith Aids. RCAVIca0RTV Reg. $1.00
; carry a complete line Hearing -
p I Key.Mr. | Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and ists. 68 Solid Colors
I Thaa Choose From Our Entire 0
and Mrs. Wallace So-' Any
: i daughter. Katherine, and Mrs. : i Save 32c
: lano were in Miami last week Otheft Stock of These Famous Reg. $1.00 Value
; Have A Hearing Test TODAY! ; :: j W. H. Holland have returned Kind

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank, from visit with relatives in Ester root Cartridge and 0 Sanforized Regular $1.00 Bras! Sale Price for This
We invite to use this service No obligation. : a Fountain' ...
you I I B. Miller.\ j Dublin Ga.Jimmy : Pens' $1.95 52.95 I Broadcloth raafe-: e Event

I Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Whaley -' JS.So: at TIt,. TELEGRAPH.
;i Crosby, Jayne Hardy, Tha PETITE Q Solid Colors LADIESSUMMER
ZENITH Living Sound Hearing Aids of Laurel, Del. spent Fridayto 'jand Dee Walters attended music 'I. Series 64-A-OZ-M Sizes 32-38
( STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 16*tuba Coverall dug.) 0
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Wednesday with Mr. and week at the Baptist Assem- 17
FLORIDASPECIAL .__ Many Collar Varieties .
Mrs. Arne Hauger. scn
I bly in Ridgecrest, N. C. last I TRAFFIC PR.

r ._ : Miss Virginia Erwin returned i That the State HEREBY Road GIVEN Board:at ;RCA VICTOR B B gii MKBiByuBMmtyiTf ,.-_ _

-a to St. Luke's Hospital Tues- its meeting of June 20, 1963 Reg. $3.99 Value
gave consideration to the requests THE PERFECT STRETCH
day after visiting friends in Sizes 5-15
relating .to special traffic adI6'
I ,Chattahoochee, and her parents, regulations and in each case PULLOVER 10-20 14'/2-24'/2' SOCKS
made a review of the traffic investigation -
i,Mr. and Mrs. Bryan; Erwin, at
16tube overall diagonal
report along with
4 !the State Farm. the recommendations of the engineer 125 sq. in. picture FUN SHIRTS For Men

: Mrs. John Drew of Fort at the location or locations ENTIRE STOCK
described below: 100% Stretch Nylon
,Lauderdale is visiting her County: Bradford. Road: 200 Location To Wear Over Shorts Fits All Sizes 10.13
Lj'I daughter, Mrs. Donald McRae : Sections 2S010 and 28033: Sale 33
and family. -At intersection with SR 16 in j and Swim Suits 3 (REG.
Starke: Recommended Regulation -
Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Montgomery ; f Semi-actuated Traffic Con YOUR ft 100% Washable EACH 18

Sr., James Montgomery trol Signal.! ______________ _____ 49c
County Bradford, Road: 200, Drip Dry Cotton tf_.__ -_- -
and Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
- SETOFFOURAntique : Section 501o-At Intersection WOMEN'SGOWNS
Tolbert, all of Lake City, were with Pratt Street in I FOR Reg. $3.99 Value i
Starke. Recommended ONLY
Fourth of July guests of Mr. tion: Semi-actuated Traffic Regula-Con- j IDEAL FOR WORK

and Mrs. David Montgomery. trol Signal OR PLAY

: Auto Glasses : Bryan Erwin Jr. spent the, seconded On motion the above duly traffic made and and I SALE 244 $1.29 Value MEN'S(

.past ten days with his grand- speed regulations were deter-I $
$139.95 PRICE Shift Style 31-40
parents in Gretowood. mined to be reasonable and i
necessary upon the basis of the Rayon Acetate ShirtsSm.
W. W. (Duke) Douglas is engineering and traffic investigations -I Sport

critically ill in Flagler Hos- and authority was i Lace Trimmed

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY pital in St. Augustine. therefore given for the estab-' Asst. High Shades
lishment of same and the plac- HURRY!
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jlcln- ing of the proper marking and WE BIRDS EYE .-Med.-'Lj.

: FREE OF EXTRA COST WITH TilE PURCHASE OF 10 OR MORE GALLONS 'tosh of Jacksonville were Sunday elimination signs as Indicated of risttngcontrols; also for the !! EXPECT A SALE 71' $ Color Fast
p OF GASOLINE! visitors of Mrs. Alice. :Mc- Where this is imdicated. j DIAPERSCARP'S Sanforized
Intosh. JOHN R. PHILLIPS, ChairmanIt PRICE Q

JULY 12 AND 13, 1963 Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent ,-11 I I OWN BRAND BBB i' Special Price

the past two weeks with relatives S-;;; I SEAMLESS

in Orlando and TitusviUe. 0 27x27" Hemmed
Xotice is hereby given that ,
We will Brakes Mrs. G. H. Bennett :Mrs.. the County Assessor of Taxes : Soft NYLONS
: RADIATOR I Adjust Hannah Swindell, and John': for Bradford 'County. Florida 'to a Super
will meet with the Board of aBe
and Check the Master Hazen.. visijed Stanley Bennett;, County Commissioners of said t -- Highly Absorbent A Real Value
Anti-Rust and ffl C$ County, in the office of the .
II C CylinderEDITS in tha Lake City VA Hospitallast I Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke. ; Reg. $1.99 Doz. Sizes B '/ to 11 .

; Water PumpLubricant Sunday.Mr. ; i Florida, at 10:00, A.M., August ...
fl : and Mrs. L. D. Green 6, A.D. 1963. for the purpose of. Lovely Summer
? WITH OIL CHANGE I hearing complaints and receiving I 1hlIoSt\ Doz EA.
spent the first of the week 2 3.00 Shades
: rilEE. testimony as to the value i,
in Steinhatchee. I of any property real personal. I 'trusted aoB _
REGULAR PRICE 95cJULY 1963 Mrs Nelson Green and Mrs. or Intangible personal as fixed ; lc l// SALE
OFFER EXPIRES JULY 13, 1e\e'lision\ 37
I by the said County Assessor of \ BIG VALUE!
I 12 AND 13 ONLY Titus Olson were in Lakeland I Taxes on his Assessment Rolls' Save 98e on 2 Doz. PRICE

S _ _ .this week attending the Methodist for the year 1963 and for the I' PAIR
purpose of perfecting, receiving, BATH TOWEL
Attention Ladies Watch for our next Attraction Benefit on I, Church School Workers j' ind equalizing such assessments.The .
a : Conference. County Assessor of Taxes & Women's 20x40 Size
''I i and the Board of County Commissioners '= lor the Ifjjr. All. t'innrijjUI
27 1963! | :: Dewinei
: July 26, :Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 1 1I. .may continue in session hell...v' ,:a ; "I..- ".. _- (,r"-t Straw Shoes 1st Pastels
i \ at >twie oobonai.I''J in ait; icv WORKS Quality
S .Schaffer from day to day for one 1_ .. ', .
I. and son, of Detroit, RCA. :tar ( --Jtn. st- X tj OES
week or as long as necessary r..1e TV mode: "., BIa: O. t MI > '-fl)'. '*r, ,. sand PlaidsSale.37cea.
.Mich are spending several days trod Tv -jnt>. i,i e -tti e i '-.4j't and Sandals v
All owning
property .
I STAMPS: ( persons
WE GIVE TOP VALUE .:nnnelt r.Lt "W raei-' "-. :- ot_ ,..4if $5.99 Val. 6'/2-12
.with Mrs. Frazier Shaw and I I'I ubiect to assessment in Bradford _-
i' ; al. at e\\ hell Vista Jrif turii."
: WITH EVERY PURChASES RIERS' County. Florida are notified !. I Entire $2.99 AssortWork Oxford's or
famil '
S : j to apP'ear at such meeting,
__ _
'I. Bill D. Clark of Eau Gallic': ar meetings to make such com ment-Sale Priced 6" Shoe .

: U-Haul Trailer Rentals was visiting his aunt, :Mrs. C. I the plaints value or of give any testimony property,as realor to WINKLERElectric a Plain $4.00 Wash Cloth Special

I -.... .D. Williams the first of the I personal as fixed by the 2.44 Toe
__. Ias.SffipSS=sSS==sSI County Assessor of Taxes noon 10 for $1.00CARPS
: -" :week, and his daughter, Dee. ,I his Assessment rolls as they S Thick PAIR

; T FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY' CITIES SERVICES ,'clarke returned home with !: tnav desire. Board I.I Inc. -_-_ ._---_-_ _ Foam Rubber Sole _-._ _-_ ,_ _._.. 7
I Given by order of the j -
him after a month's visit with
OPEN 7 A.M. 8 P.M. \ nf County Commissioners of ,

Mrs. Williams.Miss Bradford County, Florida. July i
: t SEVEN- DAYS EACH' WEEK 705 N. TEMPLE \AVENUE Judy Broughton is visit- 3, A.D. I9S3.CHARLES. A, DARBY. Clerk I 231 N. Temple Ave. !k9RDA'! '

I SSSSSSSS PHONE 964-9911 964-4301

I flSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS'u. __ ._ -3. -'t. -_ _.. ._.. -this"ing""relatives week. in Plant City- (It SEAL MI) ." .._,. :. iv-.W ... 1 II -

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t" !a .,: ]Reception PlannedFor 'Miss WainwrightIs Mrs. Harris, 78 ;Bradford, Union :Mr. Stewart, 84 I pleted within six months af

ter construction School
it i] Steve Hardens Inspiration i' Services Held '
i Of Gainesville Seek New Bridge : I' Supt H. P. Morgan said.
; AfternoonA For PartiesMiss I
Ij' Sunday I Lovely Saturday, July 6 ,

reception honoring :Air.I : Betty Lou Wainwright, j I Services Held Over New River I Edmond Thomas Stewart,1 i i.i Fun for All I

j' I and Mrs. Steve Harden will i whose' marriage to Gene Shaw 84, of Brooker, died Wednes-
__ GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 4-OWl be held Sunday afternoon,i ,will be an event of Sunday afternoon -I Mrs Bessie Eudora Harris, !' Bradford and Union Coun- day. July 3. in a Starke hos- SCOTCHDOUBLES

July 14 from 2:30 to 5:30: in' d at 4 o'clock in the First.Methodist I, 78. widow of the late Yancey j ties are making a joint effort ; pital after an extended ill-

F Stork Shower Given the First Presbyterian Church I Church, has been i Agnew Harris, of Gainesville |! to have the State Road Department i I ness. He was born in Fernan-

t Fellowship Hall. r' !!complimented with several deilightful -' died at the home of her : build a new bridge dina on July 11, 1879.

For Mrs. Williams I Mr. and Mrs. Harden were parties in the past' daughter, Mrs. R. A. [Lexl > over New River on SR 125, I Surviving are one son. Paul

At State Farm Club recently married in Paducah. week. Green, in Starke Thursday.;" linking the two counties: Stewart and a brother, George

L Ky. Mrs. Harden is the former On Wednesday, July 3, Mrs. July 4.Mrs. j northeast of Raiford. I Stewart, of California. i

Mrs. Lemuel Williams was Miss Nancy Watson daughter E. L. Matthews, Mrs. A. Y. !'| Harris had been a resi-j The road: has been closed Funeral services were held at '

honored 'fit a lovely stork .- of Mr. and Mrs. Wynn O. CoVington, Mrs. G. T. Huggins, !' dent of Gainesville for 50'''! since a heavily loaded semi1truck 11 ajn. Saturday at the grave-

shower Tuesday night given at I Watson of Paducah, Ky. Mr. Mrs. J. C. Sawyer, and Mrs. T.I years but due to illness she : plowed through the old :> side in Deian Cemetery with

the State Farm Community Harden is the son of Mrs. H. Slade honored Miss Wain- had been with her daughter ', woolen bridge at that point r I j Rev. L. L. Parker officiating.

dub house. Hostesses were 4c Louise L. Harden of the :wright with a coffee at the 1' in Starke for the last few : last week. The truck was 'i Burial was in the family plot

Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns, Mrs.:1: State Farm and E. C., home of the latter on East Call 'months. She was born in '! carrying a heavy piece of equipment : under direction of DeWitt C.

Jimmy Rowe Mrs. Donald ,Harden Jr. of Wewahitchka. Street. Wrightsville, Georgia, May 30,: to the E. I. duPont i! Jones "Home. EVERY

Carter; Mrs. Ronnie Griffis Hostesses at the receptionwill I Seasonal flowers were used 1885 the daughter of the late : ilmenite mine east of Lawtey.i

Mrs. Jerry Wade. Mrs. George I II be Mrs. R. G. Paterson,I, in the party rooms and an ar- Jeremiah and Queen Esther i The Union County Commis-j I Bids Are Asked THURS. NITE

Simpson, and Mrs. Harold I Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. David I Charlene Hardy tis arrangement of colorfulzinnias I I: Wynn Morris and was a member I sion last week: adopted a reso- ,'

Godwin. Montgomery, Mrs. Charles I I,Engaged To Wed was a focal point in the of the First Baptist!J lution asking the Road Department On School ProjectThe

Miniature arrangements of Schmitt, Mrs. Malcolm Sand den.The Church of Starke and Order t to proceed with'!' CALL 964-6261
mixed summer flowers I n ers and Mrs. Henry Green. Charles E. FrancisMr. coffee table was covered of the Eastern Star Chapter t construction of a new bridge I: Bradford County School' For Information
bootie containers were placedat with an imported linen cutwork 44 of Gainesville. Board is advertising for bids j
points of interest in the l b Fellowship Party and Mrs- Charles Hardy cloth and centered with a pink, Surviving are three daugh- as request soon was as possible.made recently by i for construction of a library j
announce the engagement and fan-shaped vase on a pedestal ters Mrs. Herbert L. Speer, Starke Lanes
club room for the occasion. tc Given : the Bradford Commission i I| and four classrooms at the'
The white linen covered refreshment -, <: 1-' By CYF approaching marriage of their holding an arrangement of as- Mrs. Green J. McGriff Sr. and .- I Southside Elementary School,'
table was centered i For Dan Harley daughter. Joyce Charlene, to ters and rosebuds in shades of Mrs. R. A. [Lexl Green, all of, Plans have been in the!.
and twq additional classroomsfor AMUSEMENT
with a crystal punch bowl surrounded I .* Charles Ernest Francis, son of pink. The centerpiece was I Starke; three sons: Charles J.i i making for a replacement of'I
by ivy and florets. Dorothy StanfordIs The First Christian Church Mr. and Mrs Ernest Francisof centered with two pink satin Harris of Jacksonville, J. Fred the old wooden structure for RJE [colored high school.; CENTER

Mrs. W. E. Henderson of Ocala Engaged ITo enjoyed a fellowship party Woodbury, Tenn. hearts. :Mrs. Carl Chambliss of I Harris of Gainesville, and; several years, and money for Bids The will projects be opened should July be 25. I!>
The wedding will be solemnized Jacksonville poured iced cof- Yancey Harris Jr. of Silver f!; this purpose was included in i| com-
presided at the punch Morris Carter Sunday evening, sponsored by,. i ___ _
bowl. Jr. the CYF, honoring Mr. and I! Saturday evening, Aug. fee at one end of the table, and I Spring, Maryland; one sister:!i' Bradford would pay for only' n

Appropriate games were'I' Mrs. Dan Harley, and Mr. and 24, at 8 p. m. in the First Mrs. Charles Darby, presidedat Mrs. Effie Stevenson of Sebastian issue for road purposes. Since I DEPENDABLE SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stan-
played during the evening! Mrs. Virgil Jordan.Mr. Baptist Church with a recep- the silver coffee service at Fla, 12 grandchildren{ Bradford would pay for only!
and' prizes were awarded to'' ford of Hillister[ Texas an- and Mrs. Harley are tion following in the church the other end. Both are aunts and eight half of the bridge, however, Akridge Taxi Service

the winners. 'I nounce their daughter the engagement, Dorothy, of to retiring as CYF sponsors after recreation building.No of the bride. ren.Services great-grandChild-,1, work has been delayed because;:;

The hostesses presented the of several years of service in invitations are being, issued Guests were greeted at the of Union County's lack of
Morris Carter Jr., son Mr. '
honoree with a ,high chair as and Mrs. Morris Carter Sr. of that capacity, and Mr. and but all friends and relatives -,door by Mrs. Huggins and the First Baptist Church in Starke! funds for this purpose.It I

a memento of the occasion. Starke. Mrs. Virgil Jordan are the of the couple are invited bride-elect. with Rev. Lewis D. Haines j jI is understood, however

Fifty guests were invited to Miss Stanford attended her sponsors. Gifts of appreciation to attend. I Assisting in serving and caring -I and Rev. Wilson A. Hogan officiating. -i{I that Union County now has
attend this delightful affair. were presented to the I for the guests were Mrs. Burial followed in! money available for this purpose -

junior year at Bradford Coun- Harleys from the CYF mem- Circus Given Bob Ferguson, Mrs. Irvan Cov- I the family plot in Evergreen} as included in a recent
ty High School :and will com- Party
Recent Births bers. ington, Mrs. H. H. Adams, and I Cemetery in Gainesville under j bond' issue, and both coun-

I plete Louisiana her school.Mr. senior. year in a Approximately 40 guests at- For Marty Irby Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. direction of DeWitt C. Jones{ ties are urging the Road De- PHONE

Bradford County Hospital i i tended. The hostesses presented the Funeral Home of Starke. partment to ahead with
On go
announces the following!, Carter is a 1962 grad BirthdayMarty honoree with a Cymbidium or- Chapter 44 Eastern Star of' construction as soon as pos- ': = =.Fb 9642681NOTICE
births: uate of Bradford High School.No Mrs. Rowe HostessTo chid corsage and a silver bon- Gainesville conducted grave- '
I Irby celebrated his sible. :
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin- date has been set for bon dish as a memento of the Side rites. I
the wedding. Executive BoardMrs. sixth birthday anniversary last I The Bradford County Road
dell Starke, a son, Walter
Friday afternoon when his occasion.. Department has posted large'' _. .

I Franklin Mr. and, July Mrs.6.John C. Davis,, Cash Paid for Good. Clean James Rowe, Junior mother, Mrs. Lewis Irby, gave Approximately 200 guests Mr. Tatum signs at several points giving :_ ,_ _._ _", ._ ',: : .-:': :j\r:'(:"
invited to call betweenthe
Woman's Club first vicepresident a party for him at their home. were notice that the road is closed
Hampton Rags. ?u Khakis Wool All
a son, John Clinton or JacksonviileRufus
I hours of 11 and 12:30. Of
due to the
I bridge being out.
entertained the club'sexecutive The circus theme was carried -
Davis Jr., July 7. Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. !
1 board at luncheonon out in the decorationsin -

Wednesday I the carport which was gay Mrs. Floyd Wiggins and Mrs.I accountant J. Tatum and, a Jacksonville a resident -- Suwannee River

The three linen covered with red, white, and blue I R. R. Andrews were hostessesat years
dining tables, for the 12 mem- i a delightful Coca-Cola partyat of Starke many Authority V-P To DEEP FREEZE
Health Facts / crepe paper streamers. A cluster ago, died Wednesday, July 3j I OWNERSSouth
the home of the former
bers, were centered, with min- on Address Prison Club
.<% of balloons hung from, the in Richmond, Va. He was a I
iature arrangements of sweet- center of the ceiling. Ricky Saturday morning honoringMiss CarolinaFREESTONE
member of the Springfield I
It is truly a great thrill to own a new heart roses.Following. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright.Mrs. Presbyterian Church the Masonic Harry Robarts, executive
x home, new car and color TV, but what luncheon, plans i Andrews greeted guests vice-president of the Suwannee -
Roberts Jr. dres-
George ,
was Lodge, Morocco Temple!
4 happiness can these things bring .with- for the club were made. at the door and invited themto
year sed as a clown and sold punch, Shriners, and the Springfield! River Authority, spoke PEACHES
out good health? Some one has well said lollipops and ,bubble gum to the refreshment table which l Lions Club.Surviving. and showed colored slides

"we spend our health to get wealth then I Telegraph Force the children, which they I I l['embroidered was covered with cutwork a handmade cloth. are two daughters, I Wednesday night, July 10, at

have to spend our wealth to regain our bought with tickets they received Mrs. Fred L. Hafer of Jacksonville the regular monthly meeting'
Dr. BolllngerCountless heaU h." 'I Has Annual Picnic upon arrival. I i Silver trays held dainty cookies, and Mrs. James A.I of the Florida State Prison So- Please Place Orders One per
i sandwiches, nuts, and mints. S 2 5 0
thousands suffer needlessly and many die I Party hats, horns, balloons, :Mixed summer flowers were Busse of Charleston, S. C.; a I cial Club. j I Day in Advance .
be/orji there time because they did not consult a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and favors were given to each [used to advantage in high- sister, Mrs. Lucille Davis of I The club meets monthly on',; Bu.
Chiropractor before it was too late. entertained at their annual child. Games were played and lighting points of interest in Starke; and six grandchildren. i I every second Wednesday.H. I
office picnic on the Fourth of prizes were awarded to the Funeral services were held !
Instead of for miracle DOWLIHG
looking a new drug we need to the PRODUCE MARKET
discover the benefits already available under Chiropractic July at their summer home on I I winners. A carousel birthday I, Miss party Gayle; I1,1z Andrews.assistedthe at 3:30: p.m. Friday in the Es-j Frueger officiating. Burial I
cake centered the refreshment
Kingsley Lake. tes-Krauss Funeral Home in I was in Evergreen Cemeterywith

You will care.need to see your Chiropractor eventually The their'employees o!.f amilies'enjoyed and membersof I were table,miniaturecircus and around the wagons cake I: Thirty hostesses guest in were serving.invited to I Jacksonville, with, Rev. C. F. Masonic rites. I j ''' .'_ ,- q.'._'_ : '-. : ;_ i::, "_ ,i/

Delay only courts disaster.In call between the hours, 10:30to II
swimming during the after- and animals.Ice '
Starke the Chiropractic Health Center is located at 11:30 a.m.
noon and a buffet supper serv- cream punch and cupcakes I ,
The honoree was presented f JULY
426 N. Walnut Street
ed on the porch in the eve- I decorated with miniature iiic4 '
with the'cream to her
|.K- Insurance Cases Accepted ning.w'f11 I clown hats, were served
i chosen china pattern as a re- j
- ... ." .. .,' "- to the 22 guests present. !membrance of the occasion.The .
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Mrs. Effie Johns Inc.
Charles Darby home on your friendly Store t -
Observes BirthdayMrs. N. Cherry Street was the setting -
H, for a lovely Coca-Cola par- !

Effie Johns celebrated ty Saturday afternoon from

I her birthday anniversary Saturday four to five o'clock honoring

evening with a party at :Miss Wainwright Hostesseswere AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I New Exclusive

OHtEN i ii I!II| her home on W. Call street. ,Mrs. Mack L. Williams, '

I The refreshment table was Mrs.!!! Harold Godwin, and :Mrs -l PERMANAP

I II overlaid with a lace cloth Randy Johns.Arrangements.

_ ,i and centered with a tiered of crepe myrtle Blankets
''i! birthday cake. At one end of and artificial flowers were BLANKETS

I the table, was a crystal punch used in decorating the party
bowl and at the other en4 rooms for the occasion.

| was a lazy susan holding The refreshment table was
THE ALL I Famous
I IF NEW "Noblecraft"J J i I- ..
4 snacks. covt.redith a white cutwork '
\ Mrs. Johns received many cloth and held a centerpiece of ."
2 Full -
Years Guarantee .
L lovely gifts from the 28 guests pink artificial flowers centeredby

pi,j present. a white figurine. At one .... Insulated Wiring UL ";
,\ Mrs. Bert Carter and Mrs. end of the table was a cutglass
Gititloit ReturaiitIn I,!I Freeman Johns assisted in'j punch bowl filled with ice and Approved & '

Coca-Colas and at the other Machine Washable
i\)\ serving. DOUBLE BED ,_."_ ', ."
end of the table was a scoopedout _
r """--9 '- .; ,. .
!Mrs. Haislop 79 watermelon half filled with SINGLE CONTROL Double l lDUAL rftlVrTnnT.L&Bed $ O.88 >.. .r.!. ,. .-JU1. C..j11f: ::-.'"III;. .j"

melon balls. Crystal trays held : ___ _'..'___:_. __
Services Held dainty sandwiches, cookies s
Its New Location I nuts, and mints. r -
Last SundayI 88 Twin Bed. Washable Allergy Free
I The hostesses presented the $ 10.88 *
I honoree with round ivy bowlas 11 Guaranteed Moth Proof
1 I Mrs. Mary Ella Sapp Hais! a
lop 79, died Wednesday July i a memento of the occasion. Warm Without Weight
f !! 3, in a Starke hospital after I I Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, mother "NOBLECRAFTFOAM Blended Scientifically
[ of the honoree, and Mrs. F.
an extended illness. She was I Warmth and Beauty
I J. Shaw, mother of the bride-
the widow of the late W. R. PILLOWS
groom-elect, were invited to
Haislop.Mrs. Our Regular $3.98 Each
J attend all three parties.
eiA Haislop was born in BEAUTIFUL _

\ Open JI I Bradford County on Nov. 23, "
[ [ 1 The TabernacleSunday 4
1883, and had lived here all I ,

Your j her of the life.Pine She was Level a member Baptist was a busy day at BED z \ b ;.: 2 FOR 5

i the Tabernacle. Besidesthe
6 AI I' Church. Her parents -were the Gospel three'regular services Rev.
late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sappof
\ Bob Badgett of the Christian
Lawtey. I .
I Church, baptised six membersof 50

Family \I Surviving: Mrs. are Inez three Kelly daughters and-I his congregation in the M'.,( 1 Full Size

i Mrs. Louise Ward both of}j sponsors pool during also the afternoon.attended The the FOR I BATH TOWELSLovely

Close Starke; and Mrs. AIleen 2
Memorial Service for Rev. L.
S Restaurant Moore. Tampa: one son Fred
I ,
G. HemmiIlo Y at' the Airpark -
Haislop, Starke; two brothers, I Stripes .
Baptist Church, which _
I) William, Sapp and'Jake Sapp,I -
9 P.M. both of Starke; 12 grandchil- he founded 14 years ago. Lint Free Viscose Tufting RESILIENT NON-ALLERGENIC Regular ,, ,,. .
I interested prophecy Machine Washable
j dren, 20 great grandchildren, Those in
_ and three are especially invited to serv- 69c Each
i great-great grand- Drip Dry Dacron Filled Pillows '
i Ices this week when the subject -
i children. Alo a half brother, Pre-Shrunk-No Ironing ,
E. E. Burney of Jacksonville.| of Bible Promises, now for $
i l Funeral services were held s being fulfilled, will be discussed OUR REG. $3.98. EACH OUR REGULAR $3.98 ] 1

SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL 1-35 \ at 2:30 pjn. Sunday in the :, i

i i Pine with Rev.Level William Baptist E.Church Hall, 1 IX MEMORIAM 2 for $$5.00 2 -for, .- $5.00 CANNONWASH -

Rev. Roman Alvarez and Rev. In remembrance of our son

CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS 1\'I Atkinson officiating. and brother. Gerry WendeD CLOTHS
Burial was in the family Triest who died one year ago

|! plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery July 9. We miss more
; you
21x36 REGULAR 29c EACH
under direction of DeWitt C. 83c 27x48 $1..83
j i and more each day. Friends
Liar's Morning Table Now In Session I\J i Jones Funeral Home. !, may think the wounds are Reg. $1.00-. Reg. $..!!8. %,- f for $
i Active pallbearers were Freeman I healed but they never know 5 $1.00I

I Crosby J. R. Kelly, P.:I the sorrow that's In our. hearts .
.::.: --'-> ', ..', -: ::: :. -,." :.. .-'" -..'.', :':..', :-, .:-::--:" .: .> ,' >:" '::- : ,'-: -.1' Alvarez, and Fate Brown. Ernest E. Triest family.,I

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With Even Par -- 72 .:. r VrVUYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYTVYYYYYYTVYYYYYYYYk. -, -- ed to persons of all denomi- TSRE.Name in which assessed Liz

IRONS I NEWS"OF INTEREST TO: COLOREDCITIZENS nations with special emphasison zie McQuire Est. care' Ciand

F men being present. Myers.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY All of said property being in
the County of Bradford, State of
Bish Third In Miami Tourney and WOODS I \ A'OTICE OF APPLICATION Florida.
Elizabeth Glreos
(By ) shall
$.. ... I Srr. 194.18, F. ,<. Unless such certificates
.. .\ . be redeemed according: : to law
.-... k'. .,_._. .. .. .... ...... ..... XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.V. the property described in suchcertlfleatt's
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.., .. ,. i that Carl Harton the holder of will be sold to the
yards then used his wedge to stressed the importance of Lauderdale who tied at two-. : the following certificates has ,
== Coming in third in a I If Summer,'P'onm'IntereSt : serration is cancelled before I highest bidder at the Courthouse
filed said certificates for a tax !
in the chip his second shot into the Bishop's sharp recovery on the under-par. 68.. door on the first Mondayin
65 Monday. July 8.
j jI jl
is still high with'I opening date vof camp. money i deed to be issued thereon. The '|'I' Month of August. 1&6J which
:: Junior Amateur GO1.Jssociation's back nine of the tournamentwhen Wood also announced certificate\ numbers and yearsof I of August, 19CI
: I cup.It j the. fourth week of the Summer will be refunded. This pro\'id-I id the 5th day
entered issuance. the description of I i
double nesday that he has of June,
annual 18-hole was the second he fired a three-under- Dated this 24th day
I Program in full swing. es room and board, and insurance : the property, and the names in .
tournament Harold Bishop HJ eagle for Bishop in two dayson par 33: young'Bishop, who is just 16,I '; which it was assessed are as 1)63.
Parents are welcome to. accompany protection for each ( E.\L)
He had "The trouble with in the Press Thornton Future 1 ; I follows:
the Miami greatest
t,..ired an even par 72 over- the course. : the children to the :: camper. It must be in the Certificate Xo. 16 Year of Issuance I CHARLES A. DARBY,
innfamiliar colurse. an eagle 2 on a par 5 hole the most good young golfers is Masters Golf Championship in I 1961.Description. Clerk of Circuit Court of
J 1 Alabama July 22, 23, .I lake and also take part in Jacksonville WMU office by : of Property Lot 1% Bradford CountFlorida
= day before during a practice they have trouble developinga Dothan
-. Starke outstanding young \\\\jj.\ the program and learn to : July 30. Campers desiring to ;I in Otts SD' of Lavrtey Sec. 22 6-2 4t 7-18
...*(Eolf. Ing king had a three-over- session with Don Sayet. a good recovery," Wood said and 24. The Future Masters, 'l swim. do homework must bring 35 I j.' ,;. -- ..-
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Florida amateur golfer oPen to boys under 19 years < _
39 on the front nine in I
&, jar in praising Bishp's play. oni I The enrichment. program in. cents to pay for it.
But he put who Bish bested one stroke of.age this July 21 and is I '
the tournament.
*. Winners of the Miami tournament reading is held each Tuesday'and Each'camper should bring
golfing. !
amazing and with an even par 72 to Sayet'soneoverpar i of the top lly HOMER WOODDue
on recovery
an :
i Thursday. Record hops sheets pillow cases, and tow
of :
were Rod McLain in the country Wood
13. events I
shot a three-under-par 33 on : I I i for. teenagers are held each els, in addition to clothes and
double Starke Pro Homer Wood Miami and John Elliott of Ft. said. 1 "
back nine with
.-.Jhe a to th .. rain, I am having Tuesday and Thursday from I personal items.

eagle on the 10th hole, to I troubl getting the matches 7:30 to 930pm. All teenagersare -1 Mrs. Corrine Watts directs

c *; .-maintain his par average. NEWSPlayground _'played on time in the club invited to come. and enjoy i the camp with the help of .

.' .. On the par four 390-yard RECREATION : championship.] However. Dr. the music, provided by i ii people) from all over the state.

.. .10th. hole. Bishop drove 340 H H. Adams and Bob MqRaehaven't .i Clarence "Williams. I Bring dresses for assemblies, '

.. I let the water bother I Cams TimeSummer shorts for recreation. and I
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-a News Timmy Kirchaine, Richard Jimmy Rowe- Johns Oil Co.. them. Alter wading and swimming time is camp time. i swim suits for swimming, I BOAATDRAINBAPTIST() J .

Williams, and Robbie Barks- !Men's SoftballNo for 72 holes, fpur 18-hole This year's camp will be held i iAUIJ. Send the $8 fee to Wom :

Wainwright and Nona. Parks dale show fine skill and a lot games were played in rounds, they are still all tied ; 5-U, : for boys_ and girls, an's Missionary Union, 1230 :

jest Buys The past week was a short of Interest. We have other the Men's Softball League age', ? through. 12;" and Aug. ,, Hendricks Ave., .Jacksonville.. CHURCHMonJulyl5ThraSunJuly21

one due to the 4th of July boys who also are doing a fine this week due 19 rain and up.Matches still to. be played: 12-18; fpr: boys and' girls, age Fla.Camp I

''" a holiday. But we still held arts job and they will be fine ar- postponement.The Championship.. flight: Clyde 11 through: 16, This Chr itian- i workers will be expected -

and crafts with a total of 23 chers. Independents forfeited I Terwillegar. vs. Jim Godwin'an related camp will be held at j for camp training on

EMa 23"Tube participating. At this session Dixie Youth. Alktar their game to Garden Restau- Harold; Bishop- m I.Y$. the .Florida Normal. & Industrial' August 3-4. .. 1

i basket weaving was taught The Alktars are. the boys rant on Friday night. winner of Terwillegar; and tyjlege in St. Augustine. Registration Church News

I i and enjoyed by all. This who were picked by the man- Dixie, Youth Godwin.First begins at 9 a.m. on'I Greater Allen Chapel AME

? ((282 sq. in. picture week also will be devoted to agera represent the Starke On Monday, Starke Builders I Flight: Charles Webb Aug.: Sand. Aug. 12. I Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson

... II: overall diagonal) the baskets so if you missed Jaycee Dixie Youth League in Supply forfeited their.game- to.I .vsv Norman Willis and BpbMcRae Total pamp. fee, is $8 per : pastor, will hold services sun-I '

oqt, be sure to join us this tournament play. Raiford in the Dixie Youth'.. vs. IL H. Adams. jerson, and this must be sent day starting with Sunday >., $ .... NIGHTLY III-

time. And don't forget the Big The first tournament, will Baseball League. On Wednes- .Second Plight: S. GJ: Denmark in with the reservation. If School at 9:45: a.m. Morning c _

RGA VICTOR Joseph Lee Day "Parade On be the district'which will be day they forfeited the gameto I. vs. Mike Sheppard and. 'I. Service at 11 a.m. with the!: '

.I Wheels" on July 17. We wanta held at Brooksville July 2227.If ; Johns Oil Company. Vernon Silcox vs. the winner JuniQr Church in charge.!I $

4 good turn-out from these I the team can win the district AU other Little League I of Denmark and Sheppard. of July, A.I. U9\ 3, at 7:00: 0.1 I Speaker for the' orning will' Y 7:00.PRAYER: -

: AfeffsfeHV parks. j I tournament it will be eligible games were rained out. ,I Third' Flight? : X. M. Smithvs. .'esk.hold! 'a P.M.public the City hearing Council in will the:I I I be Miss Betty Crum.' a grad-) ) ._'"

Pratt Street j' to compete in the State J.: D. Seymour.: Council Chamber at the City uate of RJE High School and;I : SERVICE

.a, ..'1 The girls Softball team is,I', tournament in Pensacola. Mrs. Livmgs.46 Fourth: Flight: Bill Powell the Ha.Il.. following in Starke Petition., Florida for, Clos-upon I the daughter of the late' Rev. . ..

S $1 WITH finally underway and will l We wouli like for every parent vs. Qarl L. Johns and Merrill taj and' Abandonment of an Unused I and Mrs. Crum of this city. 'I ..,. '" < .

". play Madison Street on Wednesday -II who can possibly make Services Held Struth vs. David Silcox.. Platted Street to-wit: : Everyone is invited to attend I'I' >'. '"k":" .
&tfl Se 'ed Circuitry July 10. at 2 p.m. It, the trip to go to Brooksville Funeral- services for Mrs. I The Starke Junior Golfers ABISDOVMEVT: : OF UX-. I and help encourage the young <'",\;+t. .,. '.\ 0 7:30SPECIAL.

: space e promises to be a good game I and give the boys good support 46 I recently defeated the Hyde USED PLATTED STREETTO people. Evening service at 6p.m. I I', .,,'< ,2.;,*" $ .. .
JoAnn Livings. .
so come on out and join us.! Reo Park Juniors "of'Jacksonvillewith THE I10 OP.ABI..E CITY i with a missionary sermon .' t.' .. .
II held at 10 a.m. Friday Y 4'f1
.. The four-to-six year olds: Lawtey and Florida Pest a score 22%-13& on the FLORIDA; by the pastor. ,I ,. ..
Cemeterynear /
in Hope : .
are still leading in attendance Control placed four players graveside Hyde Park course: Harold Guy Andrews, a citizen and New, Bethel Baptist Church, I ,,,., ,r' >*>+ '< "t
., ,. Theressa with Rev. 'I '. t
freeholder owning property adjacent ,I '
with 33 attending. The play- each on the team. Coca Cola Charles H. Harvey officiating. Bishop ni got medal honors to the unused platted Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Sunday '.' "

I ground was full of laughs and has placed three players, Johns :Funeral from both teams with a two street herein prayed to be closed School. 9:30: a. m. Morning '. .
DeWitt C. Jones :
ILI war-hoops as the children'enjoyed Oil and Starke Builders SuP- under par 70. The other seven and abandoned, respectfullyepresents Worship 11 a.m. BTU, 5:30: 0 8:00-
Home was in charge of ar- unto this Honorable .
making and weaving ply have two players each strong competitors were Richard .- Body that it is accessary and p.mHoly Communion 7 p.m. 'k.' ____. ."
dresses. and Raiford plaeed one. rangements.Mrs. expedient that portions of the All members of Choir 2 are '
.. their Indian head found Hobbs, Mike Willis. Mike :. \ PREACHING HOUR
Livings was
Circuitry ut Bring your children out to Below is the Allstar team Sheppard Jr., Byron Terwil- unused platted street known ,aa asked to attend. rehearsal :_
dead Monday, July 1. at. her Monroe Street iij the City of
r J : join the fun.Madison and the teams they represent.Coca born legar, David Silcox, Barry IturKe., Florida. be closed and I Thursday night July 11, at
in Starke. She was
St. & Saratoga I Cola- three players: home. Firth and Flip Graham. abandoned arid which unused 7:30.: The Sunday School Convention -
March 13, 1917 in Kissimmee.Surviving portion is described follows I.
as :
Heights Frank Tomlinson, David L. are a. daughter.! Golf is a gentleman's game. The North On* Hundred and wil convene at Ebe- REV. J. H. BRANCH

Although last week was Williams and Richard Wil- It is a sport that builds character Twenty-Three (123): fret of nezer Baptist Church in Tren-
of California I
a.. short due to the holidays,I liams. Florida Pest Control- Mrs. JoAnn Pittman from. characters. Carl Monroe Str.*?t in the City of ton on July 19-21.
Liv- Starke. Bradford ,
The ALLEN ; one son James County \ EVANGELIST
ScrI.(34B22M playground participants en- four players: Tommy Chas- Fla.; Lamar Johns once was a big Florida.In The church 15 sponsoring a
of Orange Springs, '
I .- joyed arts and crafts. tain.; :Dan Griffis. Gary Ham- ings Horace V. and Temperamentalist on the golf ,, support ef tbU petition program at 3 p.m. .Sunday,
M parents, the- petitioner
r> This week's session was devoted ilton, and Johnny Warren. per Frankie Brinson Herrin of course. But a panel of his : July 21, when the topic : :

'a $$188.88 to basket weaving with Johns Oil Companytwo Orange Springs; three brothers friends [???] have come to 1. That he is the sole ownerof "Which is the. most important ...SPECIAL.... SERVICESSUNDAY
4 althe children making color- players: Bill Adams, J. Roy the conclusion that in a few the property lying: on both Christianity or religion?"
i sisters. sides of and
4 and four adjacent t the
1 ... ful straw baskets. Refresh- Ch steen. months he'll be a prince of a 1 unused portion o f Monroe I I will be presented. A brief sermon JULY 21

.... _______________ ments were served after the Lawteyfour players: Mike CONVENTIONTO guy with which to play golf. Street I will also be presented by ,
.$ _____ basketweaving and then a Crawford, Tex Patrick Rob- MEET SUNDAYThe See you on the tee. of 2.said That street the unused has been portion closedto of l : a minister to be announced

'II. game of softball was played ert Scott Charles Smith. Homer 1 traffic by the construction L I later. An invitation is extend'tfl66- DINNER ON THE GROUNDS

with leaders, John Williamsand Raiford-one player: Mike Bradford-Union Sing\I of sidewalk and gutter across I. .
the entire North end of said I. ..
'MorePeopleOwi 1 1I Donna Trawick, officiat- Mitchell. ing Convention will meet Sunday ,Ladies Sponsor street. r-. 1 ::00 P.M.
RCAVECtORTV es.! I Starke Builders Supply-two Bethel" '- 3. That the South portion of
4 Bap-j
-- 14 with
r Robbie July Golf TourneyThe Monroe Street is open to traffic .. .
Mike Hewett, -
I t Air nine Club players: of Starke: t '
1AnyOther tist Church and is easily accessible over a
iMS The air rifle club met"Mon-; Smitti. This is a Homecoming event street or drireway ..especially' B. W. SWEAT, PASTOR 4
Ladies Golf
I Alternates : Association designed and cohstructed for
day and tournaments were '
will be served on '
Johns and dinner sponsored a Scotch Mixed the purpose of connecting the
held for the first time. The 1. Gregory Nichols- EVERYONE
the morn- used
.a _4 I I the grounds after Two-Bail_ Foursome: Tournament portion of said street with 1 iNVITED'w
the Oil
boys are now finding Company. singing Tempi* Avenue.
ing Gospel
sermon. at the Starke Golf and 4. The
Oil undersigned is the only
2. Dean Johns- Johns
1 range and the improvementhas --_ __
a- will be enjoyed in the after' Country Club on' the Fourth person who would be affected I
Mike Mitchell -
been good. Company. C
very adver tely or. {otherwise by the -
IS Robbie Barksdale and 3. Mickey Moore-Lawtey. noon. All interested persons !I of July. closing: of that portion of Mon ...

a T!!.COOPER Richard Williams have shown 4. Dean Bennett-Raiford. are Invited to attend.Presbyterian I Low Gross winners were roe Street hereinabove described.
:.rin J4-C-27.M 5. That the closing of said
Clyde Terwillegar and Harold
much interest and they have Honorable Mention street will restore the' unused

really improved. Next week I Steve Cubbage-Lawtey. Church Davis. Low Gross runners-up portion thereof, to the tax rolls .r\\
FREE were "Buddy" "Bishop'and of""the" City, causing: K to produce ,
others be men- Mark Cummings-Raiford. '
S -t nra sure can ... revenue, promote trade "
tioned for their participation. Bobby Dodd- Starke Builders H. Walton Grady, Minister "Flip" Graham. andr commerce and provideem- '!" ;
90-Day Service Low Net winners were Bob ployment.
Anyone is welcome to come Supply. .., .
6. That while the said ;
out and watch the club prac- Kenny Hall-Cola Cola. Week of July 14-20: Mclntire and Iva Smith. Low' has been dedicated to the publicas street -

>iC5i JLJ! tice, and tournaments will be Steve Kirkland FJqrida Sunday Sunday School, Net runners up were X. M: a street by a plat of i>ti>rd.

held regularly. Pest Control. 9:45: a.m. :Morning Worship, Smith and Shirley Johns. the described portion is thereof not now hereinabove used as a

Johnny powell- Johns Oi]l The prize for the Booby public street, but has in fact
Archery 11 Junior Choir
: :; : a.m.
Company. Hole went to Carl Minx and been effectively closed by the

... ria' Archery Is making Itself Mike Smith- Florida Pest; Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m. Eve- Marvalen Wood. sidewalk and gutter above referred -
to, and the unused por-
Circt.7 1.t. bigger as more boys are com I Control. ning Worship 1:30 p.m. Twenty four entries partic- tion thereof is not needed by

ing out to participate. The Tommy Tally Johns OL I WednesdayChristian Education ipated in the event.A the petitioner or the general /
I .
public for right of
a way or for -
of them- covered dish supper climaxed S I I I I I S S S S I S ':s" .S S S S S S S S S S I S I S S S I S I S I S S S I I S SI
boys were not sure j, Company. 7:30 pjn. ingress or; egress to or from

.. selves at first, and the improvement -I I The coaches for the Allstai. Thursday Senior Choir the day. any property or place.
et -. -rn here is also begin- team will be Harold Davis -.. 7. Annexed hereto is a copy
of I II.SI..S.
practice 7:30: p.m. a plat or map showing among .1 savuIiripstiiihs1iore

\I I ning to show. Mike Mitchell,, Starke Builders Supply; ant i James Hodges tion other of things said ,street the and unused the pro por-

--e.r perty adjacent thereto. I JSSIISI., II. ,..I........., .I... ......... IIISS
Visits -,
WHEREFORE, undersignedprays I LI .3
that your Honorable Body I
'=" 27 Years, will, after giving notice thereof I
Th.FUTONS Y and holding public hearing tLi.f
.rits34C39-H I How it feels to return home on this matter as required bylaw [ <4.t1! :
3 make an order closing and .f -
: to family and friends after -
-- I Abandoning that portion of
Use Winkler'sNo i, an absence of 27 years was Monree SWeet herein describedand

Carrying Charge told.'last week by Ja.mes.Hod- no longer declaring a public the same street,to disclaiming be \ ,..
I ges, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. any j-ight or interestof .

Plan C Hodges of Route 2, starke.. the city or public to said _
i A4iW property on the plat in which
i James left home at the age t'ic:2-3
.said street Is located and,thereafter j
- j : of' 17 to enter the service. After providing( for the conveyance j.

f serving about two years, of said property herein. .
,.-.-' before described to the abutting
: in the North and
he met a girl property owner in the manner

: ', continued, stay in that area.' provided by law.
arrived Petitioner shall pay all costs ,
I He and .his family 1
of these proceedings.All ; !'
'here about midnight on June of which i is respectfully

? : ,: 29 after a trip of 1,100 miles submitted by the undersigned .
\ 4 ; petitioner on this 2nd day of
KCAVlCTORTY rtr which they, made without July. A.D. 1963. .
Than Any Other :1 ..J s. stopping over anywhere along GUY ANDREWS. Petitioner '

the road. He had been gone By Theron,A. Yawn, Jr. 3'
Post Office Drawer 340 .
;1! so long that his family: and Starke. Florida ,

friends did not recognize him. Attorney for Petitioner .
: Cash leaves no trail !. His aged father had almost' Copy of -said Petition is on
t file affd may be examined in CELECTIC 'I'Iu
1 I 7te--' : given up hope of ever seeing! tha Office of the City Clerk. All

eUNDAU. 1, his son again. persons"" interested are notifiedto REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER. .. ;
T ... be present at said time and
$Iri. But when bills with checks checkbook family re- '
you pay your: i: James and his place and they:' shall be heard. La "superma ket in your J./tc 1in." More food space. yet fates /es ffflof' sgace.DOUBLE.DOOR.STORAGL \
I turned last weekend to their DATED this fad. day of July
reveals the stubs wisra \ >.., 1965., '
Our Own. i on precisely I home in Pennsylvania. -
: y.le'Do I RUBY JOHNS,
4 I Council adjustable freezer section. You ran tCto1F. up on
Chainin. City
FinancingDmhMtf. I j!. every penny went, when, and to.whom. I t CARD OF THANKS ATTEST; s&eJiw-They. hold all ihe frozen and pedal sale" Hem3..sa\c money.
i! to City Clerk fresh foods a large family c&eds. E'efthin .\*
: We are sincerely grateful, NO DEFROST1NG-Mtmy4aw.model-.
_ ., for'fc. '1I1ur.. AU-channet It 7-11: :
records at fingertips.PL8NTY
VIr I Ni Wnu UHF tumna can I lie in,Ull I II U
It n>tim(opbOiiI extra) > '
"hit.TV RCA mod.Victor..c color*and*nd WhIS mot raoncNe black coas. and- open a checking account here! ,, many kind acts of sympathy COME IN FOR. YOUR I 0? ICE CU3ES ,-Y ou'Jl nevet ing, chipping', or mopping.
trU TV call be convened 10 race**up to 4 UHFn recent bereavement.
... Channal&. "Oil ,. modolt can b* Ofdar 4JSN during our n-n short More space and fast. anipif '
"oUt IIl-challllei h..V ta UHf blNn. Your comforting expressions of ; FREE .. 4 .. .S' modern Ltet-tnc RtfrinIorrsupply
ab''S.. ..
i sympathy and thoughtfulnesswill ...'- ** .. frgfzttt (41.(. xyyntto Ir9ers U'Isp ,-

_ : THE MST IMSm 1W q I JttHKIfll i always be remem red.-: SUMMER Mf PC: FOOD,SPACF ; f-Iew; model*.gre, cialf'nfie; fntime an4fd vartyy- of CClU1f

: FLORIDA The family of Harry B. LovelL BIJAKE INSPECTION; &J.f.!
I I: }, t ff.r in {Ji, srnalbr 'oaUide.: Larger. 'at your upiAtzfim ..
Drums Polled & Cheeked *

WINKLER I : THE RIGHT POINT for the I:! Glad' To See You .t: J" .

.' :. nay yon write.: Conw to and Any

w 8" AH'K: AT_ s:t :.RJ( _I : __ r BROOK select JOur Fountain fatdritd Pen.ESTER TELEGEAFIL : Shorty Allen. Mechanic: -hii': :::i'z":)f.f.lr.l.1!!!! !' A i t-i'j. I I

Electric Inc. : .! Allen's Garage 4 irs ::NAR rest ;

- One of 31 ,Banks of the Florida National Group .;: 710 ALTON ROAD. FLORIDA I ,PCWES &. LIGHT C'OMPANY

234 N. Temple Ave. I I'I' HEARING Opposite Hercules Office ,aiPe DUlLS FLO.QJ54

PHONE961.4301 j I Member Federal Deposit? Insurance Corp. 1 j NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN Starke
I jI i that -Tuesday. e.1&\h. day
-I III[ on- 1 t

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I SM- 19-I.1C. F. S. i.. ,
HiwayBj i that Carl Harton the holder of SAVE .
the following certificates has
filed said certificateS for a tax
Kirs. 0. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLA.AJU.A1 I deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers and yearsof
'' issuance, the description of
the property; and tin names in
We had a wonderful attendance which it was assessed are as
at church last follows:
Certificate No. 49 Year of Issuance -
day both morning and eve- 1941.Description.
of Property Lot
ning. Don't forget the Young I 15 of nik 2 in Nat Williams
People's Meeting Friday: nightat SID Fee. :22! T 6 S R :22! E. J1 hlJli .,
730.: Name Jenkins.in which assessed Alfonso (A i.

' Our community was saddened All of said property being in GREEN

by the death of Mrs. the Florida.Count-of Bradford State of Q 3 ;r M STAMPS
Ella Haislop last week. She Unless such certificates shall
was a resident of Bayless Hi- be redeemed according to law ,II
the property described in such '
way f r'many years before I certificates will be sold to the '
moving to Starke.Miss Ella, as I highest! bidder at the court S .
hou<-e door on the first :Monday I! OD STO R
she 1
was affectionately known
In Month of August 1963 which

to-most be greatly of'the missed.folks We here extend, will':1 1 I i9 Dated the 5th this day 24th of August day of, June 1963., I Ii FRYER j;' :::::1=3 =X I : ::: rler\:jJ:' c Jtj::

our deepest sympathy to her i (SEAL)
family. Clerk of Circuit Court of : BreastLB.49
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford !!' Bradford County Florida S WIts (

life\ and Mrs. Lee Flakes Miss ,j 6-27:: 4t 7.18NOTICE B. E E F H

Buchmann, Mrs. Bobbie Har- I nr.GISTKU: FICTITIOUS: SAME I n T yr'r Prel
a lUl
wood, and James Roundtree. t J Notice i ia luregiven that ThighsLB.491 tl
under the !
the undersigned provisions
all of Jacksonville,
Mr. and of Chapter 20.953. Lawsof (
Mrs. Bobby Crosby ani baby.Mrs. Florida Acts of 1941. will BRAUNSCHWE1GER or CHUNK t "< I 1 1 11 S. ALE
Marie ElLxson and Miss register with the Clerk of the :; x; Y
Circuit Court, in and for Brad- yg4
Martha Adkins of Gainesville, i ford County. Florida, upon receipt
and Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Crqs- ..I of proof publication of 0 Ofl '
notice the fictitious name
this I 1q4 .
by and Bute( spent the Fourth JOHN'S SERVICE STATION, WeD BRAND CHUCK
of July at Keystone Beach. \ under which we" are engaged. in SUNNYLAND SMOKEY or x rr
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal business at intersection o f 1 1
Highway 18 & 221:! Hampton, 'i Loaf BOTH FOR 3 ,J "
and ehjldren, Mr. and Mrs. Florida. 7 r
SAVE 19* i
George Alvarez and Mr. and I John and Catherine! Van Kool-i ROUStLB49
lrs.. Owen Alvarez attendedthe bergen 811 N. Clark St. P. O. DRESSED ?
Dos 655, Stark, Florida, sole
Rodeo in Kissimmee on I owners.! :

the Fourth.Mr. Dated this 28th day of June 151'
A.D. 19C3 at. Starke, Bradford I i WhitIng
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby., County. FJopida. W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS R ,UND
and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman' 7-4 4tp 7-25 Florida, Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. Small

Crosby and family of High i I

Springs enjoyed a picnic at oricn TO Appp.n i j '
Camp O'Leno on the Fourth. THE STATE OF FLORID TO' SAVE 3-2, 3t I

Mrs. Catherine Sapp of Albany \V1LME whose residence KRXEST and WILLIAMS post office ',: ;PpiSjEt; V teuKL1J.o ?

Ga. is spending a few address are unknown STEWING : if y
dais \uth her parents, Mr. You are hereby notified thata :
petition has been filed in the
and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett, and nifrMh J.iJMal Circuit Court of SAVE \\6f EA. DEEP SOUTH PEANUT W-D BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF
With Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. Florida IIT and for Bradford

Little Donna Hicks of Jacksonville :j, County. Florida, ia Chancery, r 4Q .
Butter.24oz. 1
/ is spending a few i|: for the adoption of Baby Boy Ib j
WJlliams. You are required to H
days with her uncle and aunt.
serve a copy of your answer or
Mi and Mrs.\ Harry Faulkner. I I objection on Carey Goddard. 18 REG. 25 H JIW LB. .
N \{'. 1st Street, Oainhille.Florida : ens
Sorry to hear that Mrs. ,
p.1 I ) attorney for petitioners, i'ERils;
'E Dickens is on the sick 12-Ct. 191 .
rind to file 'the original thereof 1V! _
this week. in the offl-e of the Clerk of PKG.
said Court on or before August W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUND.
Norman of Biloxi '
:2.! J 1963.: :! or A decree pro OOPffsro .
Miss ,is spending: two weeks : will be entered against d SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS. $ ,
with his p 'eritS. Mr. and :Mrs.T I i I )'011.I I I 'rrPtfa'' 'rP II

N. Norman. I, !Opal WITNESS of said my Court hand in and Starke the SJ '50 Extra &W Green StampsteWITH f Ham 4 LB.CAN$2.98 LB.PKG..

Mr and :Mrs. Lois Newman Florida," thi;j 23lh day of June.: THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF r led ee 3
19C*. ;
and Mr. and Mrs.\ Kenneth
Elixson vhited .Mrs. Vernon Clerk of Circuit Conrt Brad- 1 Lima Beans lGOODTHRU'J

Taylor in Jacksonville: lastSaturday. ford County Florida.By W."en rs '.LB. PKG. 49/ ..... ... .1I
: Janet V Career.Deputy I J.YIsTtf fI'f'! <'--" a "'r',. ''''$' '
Clerk a it..n.5.. n n.:J.Ii...." .' .
Mrs. Janelle Dyal Mrs. Ha- I (:-'E\J.) I, AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
' zel Alvarez, and Mrs.\. Essie 7-4 4t 7-25 I I 21 t ,1, ,d r r ad Il '
Pincbrccze Medium Fresh Fla. Grade A
Crosby chaperoned the Intermediate I j

on a swimming Girls_ of the party church at'j"'!1 :\MITM: K}'K:\\,.\OF.pnir\Tio\\." DISCII I\TK\TIOV' .\IIGKrn roic TO.iM SRQ 1 r ,J Peaches 5 LBs.491

Strickland's landing last !!*: Tstftf: I'Of n* 9
/ Ruble! Mae Poppell Perkins De- 5o Extra Green Stamps'
i I" G 5.
Mr and Mrs. Otis Crawford I I TO \LL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" "
ONE 14-oz.
of Jacksonville 'attended' the I Notice is hereby given that T Grapes. ,LBS. 49"GOOD
funeral of Mrs. Ella Haislop have filed my final report aa Hot Shot Bug Bemb I. i,
i Executor of the -
estate of Ruble I
Sunday afternoon. Mae Poppell Perkins, deceased; THRU JULY 13TH U.: S. No.1 1 1 NEW WHITE t '. '
We were glad to see Mr. and that I have filed my petition for AT ANY WINN-DIXIE (
Mrs. Ellis at church last Sunday final discharge, and that I will ; 2q r d p
Mr. Ellis has been ill for apply to the Hon. Theron A. 1 I y f, y-.. ---s-j 1 ; Potatoes 10 391
Yawn County Judge of Bradford 00 BAG
some time. Countv. Florida( on the 6th : DOZ. $
Mrs. Raymond Crosby is I day of August. 1963. for approval ; II, II
spending this week in Miami of the same and for final
discharge as Executor of the estate Sfctf Green
50 Extra
with her brother-in-law and of Ruble Mae Poppell Perking > __
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest !. decpaoed i WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF _, -j ta 1 ; ---_ --1 -_.
This 2th dav of June. 163.If I ; : j =t = .mow = Ji
Mrs. Doris Middleton and Executor of the estate of i 01ON6E Family Gremas
Ruble Mae Poppell Perkins.deeeaeed.
I children of Fort Myers are I i
staying here while her -
parents .\. It P17RLE<5.: Jr.. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyer Attorney for Executor AT ANY WINNDIXIEJ d SAVE at<: EACH DOLE HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE
P. o BOX in: :; I! 23 P T. !
are visiting relatives in Tex- p
i P t
7-4 lakeland 4t 7-25:: Florida I <

as.Little Kay Disney has returned I 'J j Juice. 4b-oz. CAN 2.S ,
: to Jacksonville after SIXG THIS SATURDAY ; i tf 1 t 1.

spending a month with her I AT BOATDRAIN BAPTIST 50 Extra I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Brown. I There will be a sing this WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH

f Saturday night at 8 o'clock at ONE LARGE Size BOTTLE t

Zipper Notebook $5.49 at i. Boatdraln Baptist Church. i filka Seltzer .
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Bradford County TeletraDh.i j I The public is invited. M. QT 3 9 I
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Gas Genie says: 24 N ad. ; ;' Pmsb m

turn to PJA j BESrl SAVE 10< EACH KRAFT

1 tot t'tI I PILLSBURY'S BEST '' ;aa
; I
.,:: r I .::: FIAUR Mayonnaise QT.49
MODERN 50 Extra Z&:Green Stamps Flour ,


1 j LIVING Raisin PKG.H.NSON..on.Tea Cake 5-Lb. .' .

1P. ; with AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 20 i
is a d
.4 Limit 1 with

NATURAL GAS $5. food order -

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1 '
You& can: leftd a modern,.carefree life today when you have C- HORMEL CANNED \\q \y

Natural Gas doing your work It's so much faster, cleaner :I 50 Extra SWGreen. Stamps 4 e .

and more economical. Snitch" today you'll. be glad. 'f WITH THIS'COUPON/ AND PURCHASE OF 12ozEnchilada '
S 3 9 1 r'

did.STARKE I Dinners r,, t

CITY HALL Phone 964-2351 I AT ANY' WINN-DIXIE A,;, : .,-d
sa do
: 'f: ,'

nl r 1 1 d 0
50 Extra W Green Stamps' Detergent

MORTON Chicken, Beeef Turkey

Breaded F iI 1-Lb. Can ,
1I GOOOTHRUJULYUTH anal_ Shrimp Pot Pleas 6 For $1.0 SAVE 10 SAVE IT

f t
r E -
Pies FAMILY 791

I 1f I .: : I'1 I y'Y -\; ) mi gjiaaaaiail J SIZE MAXWELL HOUSE Save 10* DETERGENT Save 13<

Bleach -50 Extra VMWITH Green Stamps Coffee uw LB. OO91 o Fab GIANT BOX 581

'clottilnj."l, 1 :, Two Picas FROZEN PKGS. Limit one with. ,$ Limit one with $5.00

whites Loosens. ,sanitizes dirt { and,bathroom disinfects,Utcfceiu ? t 1I Gold King HushpuppiesGOOOTHRUJULVUTH PAR-KEN- LIMEADE or KENDALL food order or more. order or more.

I Hood 33 Bleachand I ANY WINN-DIXIE. L emonADE.7 6-0%, $1- 1 ss NEAT ,, ,

>\ T9 l t r CANS S
Disinfectant i .

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SIT .. BRAPFQRD cpuynr fm-G1.w J1 fWJm-o 3: TDV1WY. JULY 11, IMS
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I Deputy, Police Cooperate il Over 600 Attendi I ,entertainment to both young- I Butler, Lawtey Brooker, and and the employees can hear

i sters and adults who are resi- other communities, according speakers from the local area

AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE : Prison Social Club dents of the prison, accordingto : to Reddish. i and also get in on the plan-
964-2600 Lawmen Robber In Showdown l July 4 CelebrationDespite President Reddish. It is financed !i*. Monthly meetings of the ning of the various club activ-
Capture Gateway i through refreshments, club, on the second Wednes-
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I thunder storms and concessions and other fund : day of each month are held j
A Starke Jesse and were jailed ,for fighting. raising activities.
Negro man, j rain showers which dampened.
_. .
:; DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director James Rice, 30, confessed I ..-'. -." -- -- -- Springs where he was 'seen',. the guests but not their spirits The club has so far given i .

Starke, Fla. Monday, July 8, to stealing ,. flashing hundred dollar bills.: or appetites the new Florida : the old club house a face lift-
1582.25 cash. $350 in checks. 'f fI '- -, In his next step Deputy State Prison Social Club serv- ing inside by redoing the CASH

RENTAL SERVICES and $400 in tools from the Williams staked out the apart ed barbecued spare-ribs and: floors and paneling the walls.

Hospital Bed*, Wheel Chairs, CrutchesffiDA I'Gateway Chevrolet Company i, J ')iBullet ment of Rice's girl friend, Alice i chicken to over 600 persons at Com pleted airconditioningand AND

on Friday night, June 28. Mae Birch. On Sunday 1 their first annual Fourth of'' stero systems pipe cool

Working in cooperation with night, June 30, while Deputy July picnic last Thursday. i air and music to all the rooms CARRY

I each other the Bradford Coun- Williams was sleeping _after I Besides the some 550 em- and club members can visit

1 ty Sheriff's Department and two straight days of work, an i t i ployees of the prison, guests the house any night to watch

the Starke Police captured I r informer came to the deputy's' also included Florida Prison ;, TV or play pool with equip- JULY 8 THRU JULY 20

FLO Rice two days later as he attempted house with the informationthat I, Director Louie L. Wainwright.I II ment furnished by the club,

i, to escape town in a i Rice was at his The 'director gave a brief ad- ; Reddish said. 15 YR. BOND

1956 Ford car he had purchased -, lI friend's apartment in girl-1 I dress in which he praised the j The club also sponsors Boy ROOF SHINGLES 235 Ib. 755

i in Jacksonville with i ii On patrol in his police car social club's efforts to provide :, Scout Troop No. 377 and two a sq.:

i i part of the stolen money. The Lieut. Overstreet intercepted!:I entertainment for employees ;if i Little League baseball teams

i desperate Negro triad to run the informer, decided not to j f of the prison, who are all automatically -' and has purchased three sets 10 YR. GUARANTEE

-THEATRE- down Police Lieut. Billy Over- wake the exhausted deputy, members of the of large swings, three seesaws ROOF SHINGLES -- 220 lb.

street in his getaway attemptand and with Police Chief WilliamF. club and pay no dues. j and a motorized merry-go- 645 sq.

Overstreet fired two pis- Rosser and Patrolman Rudolph President Jimmy Reddish'I round for the youngsters.Plans -

tol shots at point blank range I Hutcheson started to said the club plans to make!I for the near futureare PER. ROLL

MONDAY OPENING THROUGH TIME FRIDAY into Rice's car, but he was i converge on the apartment in the July 4 picnic an annual to complete concreting a ROOFING FELT -- 15 Ib. or 30 Ib. 258PER.
holes from the pistolof two cars. combination basketball and
not hit I event and also plans to sponsor -
6:00 P. M. i Police Lieut. Billy Overstreet Rice was already on his way several other dinners I tennis court and skating rink

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00: Deputy Sheriff Willard Wil- :run be seen in the door of the out of Cherry Street when I!! throughout the year. Other of- : and a Little League ball field ROLL
liams in investigation
a two-day -
without a break, traced 1956 Ford (above) driven by the police arrived however, ficers of the club are Elroy'' for the youngsters of the pri- ROLL ROOFING90. 1 sq. j45ALL

Rice from the Gateway Com-I Starke Negro Jesse James Rice, and he attempted to run the C h a m b ers, vicepresident.Robert son employees.The :
THURSDAY THRU MONDAY SOho attempted to elude po- blockade set up by the two Turner, treasurer, and club also sponsors a
to local service station, I
pany lice when sought for breakinginto squad cars.Taking monthly sockhop at the club PAINTS 5 gal.
Don Carter, secretary.The -- or more %
to Jacksonville, to Green Cove I II 10
July 11 Thru 15 then back to Starke but was' the Gateway: Chevrolet to the ditch, the club was chartered in'' house for teenagers from the I i

I home asleep when the [Company June 28. desperado almost ran down November, 1962 and is making I surrounding areas ani townsof DISC.
Overstreet who had ordered Lake
Starke. Macclenny,
determined effort to supply
ture made North Cherry I a
DANGER WORE A was on him to stop. The lieutenant I. PER. M

c PAINTED FACE! Street in Knight's Quarters. I with a cut hand had been at jumped from Rice's path and I Framing Lumber No. 2 Pine
Rice had been employed at the station the night before fired two bullets into the door I $100

Gateway for a short time and and had been picked up by a I
of the .him.
; car as it went by ,
5 5 knew the layout of the garage. car with two other Negroes I Both shots entered the door *I NOTICE! PER. M1x4

The Negro is now lodged in in it, Deputy Williams obtained at an angle, however, and' 1x6- 1x8 -No. 2 Pine 4S $ t
a description of the car | QQ
the county jail under a $2- did not penetrate the insideof i

500 bond on a charge of and knew immediately the the door. j i .t

breaking and entering.The I identity of the owner. Follow- Rice still had to get by DEEP FREEZE OWNERSSouth PER. PC.

BIG BIG long weekend began j I ing tioned that both lead the Williams owner of ques-the Chief his freedom.Rosser, however His car, to slowed gain j i I CarolinaFREESTONE SHEET ROCK 4'x8'x3.8' .. $149

early Friday night, June 28,
car and the second Negro who down by the necessity'of taking -
when Rice hired taxi
t '''' ',,/ a to was a passenger in it. to the ditch, Rice finally HOME OWNED AND OPERATED '
,R } 1 take him to Gateway. He then I
r ,,,, I Robert Tyson 25-year-old threw himself down in the PEACHES All Merchandise Guaranteed
broke the the
glass on sliding
Negro, gave the deputy Rice'sdescription
seat when Rosser ordered him!
front 10% Handling Charge On Returns
door to gain entranceand {
DAYS DAYS through he did to halt and pointed his pistol'
Walt Disney also on the door to the | s
not know his name, and Williams at the Negro. He not injured .,
presents office where he badly cut his!. traced Rice to his apart- when pulled was from the- i I Please Place Orders One A Complete Builders Service
hand- mistake that X150
S gave ment in Reno. In the apart- car wearing only socks' and !
avage lawmen a good start on his ment Day in Advance Bu.
Williams found Rice's bermuda shorts. |

5 Sam 5 trail.Blood bloody clothes, a money bag It was eight days later when i Starke Builders SupplyINC.
was left all over the from Gateway and a quantityof
I Rice finally confessed to Dep- j
Gateway and in the INC.
TECHNICOLOR* checks that Rice had attempted uty Williams that he had bro- i
Released by BUENA VISTA Distribution Co..Inc. men's restroom where Rice I to burn. I ken Into the Gateway Com 964-4201 STARKE. FLA.

01963 Walt Disney Productions had tried to stop the bleeding Rice himself, however had .__ __ "- -' .'. -' 0 ,
pany. He had withstood, ques- .. . !II!' --.. .- -- -- i If -
But Police Pride ---
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Harry "--- -
I I left town with his girl friend,: tioning for over a week before
ON SAT. AND SUN-ONLY followed the bloody trail all Alice Mae Birch 17, of Starke.I finally giving in. -

the way to the nearby Kayo I The two, Deputy Williams discovered Rice was sentenced Wednes-

13 and 14 Service Station the next morn- went to Jacksonvillethey
July I day to six months to three Ti

ing, June 28. I were jailed for fighting.'i| years by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. .

... ---. .._-: ..-*"N Finding that a colored manN But Rice bailed them out and t Patten. 1 1 1Ti N
i ':>:., iiDAOKlNr..i' A
JJ1 rl nq r' Fred Andrews izabcth Mann of Lake Butler; |Methodist Church u
three brothers, Med Andrews,

Lake Butler; Rev. Barney An- Thursday, 11Chan
Former UnionRepresentative July
drews, Jacksonville; and Tuck cel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m.- 20 Words or less, one time _-_____ .95 Memorials Resolutions ..._ Be per wolt

.. I Andrews, West Hollywood; U not paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks, u? to 61 word ______ ZJ&f&

... C1N.iiGQPCi eOLOA ey" oe WItE .:. i Fla. Sunday July 14Church Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words. fie per w..
; : 2a School 9:45: a. m. Morning
._ _... ,. .
An Assaults Producers= Inc.PioJuctw
Worship, 11 a.m. Snack Sup- Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads Classified. __ 1.50 per IdI
Former Union County Representative Revival '
Set per for MYF, 6 pn': Youth
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday G. Fred Andrews,
I Meetings, 7 Evening Serv- I
Lake Butler farm owner, died I iAt Beulah ChurchA ice, 8 p.m.Monday. p.m. INSURANCEAT 1 WHY PAY RENT? Own your j\ FOR SALE1958 Ford, good
July 16, 17, 18 Monday in Lake Butler after REDUCED RATES own Mobile Home. As low as 1 thes, mechanical good condition -
C an extended illness. week-long revival will be- July 15 Sub- AUTO FIRE BOAT I $395.00 down. Use your car, Reasonable. Edgar Bur-

------ Services were held at 11 a.m- gin Monday night July 15, at District MYF picnic at Lions DOYLE E. CONKERINSURANCE boat or furniture for down 'III I rell Rt. 2 Box 14, Starke.
Tuesday in the First Chris 7:30: at the Beulah Baptist Club pool in Lake City, 2:30: Phone 961-4501 payment. TRAILER MART,! I Across railroad from Stuck-

$ ti tian Church, Lake Butler, with tfchg I! INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box' 468. 'ey's. 2tp 7-18

COLUMBIA! PICTURES ';4 CHARLES RSCHHEDtptMJCt'M Rev. C. P. Dance and Rev. I Church with Rev. R. L. Law- p.m.Tuesday, July 16Execu- W. J. EppersonEXPERIENCED 'I East Palatka. EA 81050. tfchg FOR RENT 3 bedroom hoUSe
of the Cedar
son, pastor I
Read The Classifieds!
praenb :
ss tive Committee of WSCS
Jacob Thomas officiating. HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon- unfurnished. 525.W: Madison

Burial was in Elzey Chapel Creek Baptist Church, as the meets, 9:15: a.m.. Regular bus- WANTED. 23 SALESMAN to ey in spare time, selling Sarah;iF YOUR NAME IS i i; St. Contact Mr$. Jr.:D.' StyI -
evangelist speaker. Age 33 Apply I
Cemetery.Mr. iness meeting. of WSCS c 10 a. in person. Federal Quality I Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -(FOUND AMONG THE I jmour,_664_N.JVaterJ5t. Itchg
The Beulah Church is in Griffis, 111 E. Washington -
in Bedrooms
Andrews was born m.
I. Homes. tfchg I MOBILE HOME r-2 ,
Bradford County and was a''I Clay County on highway 21. Wednesday, July 17 Prayer i: tfchg---.I complete bath, nice' and clean,
t lifelong resident of the Lake Regular church services and Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30: FOR SALE- 14 ft. Norge refrigerator FOR RENT Small house. AT THE TELEGRAPH! $1,650.00. See any time at Lot
80 Ib. freezer
1 Butler area. He represented singing with a basket dinnerto pm. across furnished. 409 S. Cherry St.! OFFICE FOR A FREE:1 No. 5 Legion Trailer Park, N.
top. Good condition. Also 4 ft
r ., ANCCL.O:1 I Union County in the State follow at 1 p. m. are Cold Spot Deepfreeze. Can be $40 per mo. Call Brooker 2720 TICKET TO THE FLORIDA Temple Ave. Phone 9640371.Up
: scheduled to climax the revival Collect. Itchg. I
Legislature for several terms.
Mobile Homes Unit repaired. See at 637 N. Wal- !
Screenplay by Associate Producer Directed by > Surviving are his wife, Lu- Sunday, July 21. nut St. 2tp 7-18 VACATION IN THE MOUN- THEATRE. I FOR RENT Three bedroom

JAN READ BEVERLEY CROSS RAY HARRYHAUSEN .. DON CHAFFEY t cretia; a son, R. F. Andrews Opens Business Here TAINS? i I house. Rea: nable. 2Vt miles
A MORNlNCSiDE WORLDWIDE Film of Miami; nine step-children; I Recent BirthsMr. FOR RENT Cottage on New cottage in Blue Ridge\i' FOR RENT- Garage building from town on Rt. 1, J/z mile
_, two sisters :Mrs Cora Dobsonof I Kingsley Lake. Mer- Mountains, 10 mi from Ridge- on North Temple Ave. Across I off East 16. Call 969-1081
Federal Quality Homes, a, ritt Williams, office 964-5391 street from Bus station. Leola
Jacksonville, and Mrs. El- and Mrs. Bennie Jack- line of house trailers opened i i or home 9691331. 2tchg 7-18 5 crest comfortably., on paved Completely hiway. Sleeps furnished i Roberts, phone 9644754. I 2tp-7.11-
son of Gainesville announcethe j FOR SALE One horns
last weekend at 2117 acre
I FOR SALE- Chihauhua puppies with utilities. $40 per i I 2tp 7-11 :
birth of a daughter, Deb- North Temple'Avenue, the old sites adjacent to Southsida
j $15 each. Call 964-2571. week. Last part of Aug., Sept. j
orah Louise, on July 5 in A- site of Florida Mobile Homes,; ltp weeks available. Write P. 0.I'.f COLLIE PUPPIES for sale Elementary. High and Dry.
-SATURDAY-SUNDAY I $15.00. Mrs. Walter Martin, 12.500. an acre. Contact Billy
; lachua General H Ltal ,
o s p under the management of Bob Drawer A, Starke, Fla. j
FOR RENT- 4 house. II Jackson, Starke.
Grandparents are Mr. and room 3tchg I 4% miles N of Starke. 1-4 tfchg.
Newly decorated inside. 2 7.181 I mile off 301 on first road --
Mrs. George Kaufmann and Grand opening of the new FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room,
SENSATIONAL SAVINGS ONNEWMOBILE ; Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Jacksonof business was held last Friday, blocks heater from space school.heater Hot Water and- C. W. Richie_close_ I north of Toni Truck Stop. 2 bath, house, utility room
FOR RENT- Desirable Itchg large corner lot, newly decorated -
Starke. Saturday and Sunday, July 5, gas range. 381 W. Weldon St. in furnished and unfurnished I inside. 210 E..AdkIns St.

HOMES i 6, and 7. The business is located Thomas E. Lewis, 964-0354 or apartments. Reasonable rent. NEW AND USED-Chain aw key next door t' tfchg.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Bald-
301 1116 W. Pratt St. 7-11 makes. -i
directly across U.S. 2tchg Also an unfurnished house. $50.00 up. Repairs all > [ '
win of Jackson, Minn, an- [1C. Ave]] from the Ad- Lawn mowers sales and ser- W. L. MOb! y /
\\ V v Temple WANTED TO RENT-2 bed- Apply Mrs. Shaller, 209 E.
A nounce the birth of vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
a son
j FOR SALE Reasonable
\ .. l/1/ New Englander Motel. room unfurnished apartment: kins St. tfchg prtc-
.. I Brian Keith, on June 23. Pa- Florida Saw Co. 19th Drive ed used Televisions. Ref rig.
Hodge was also the managerof or house. Adults. Write Telegraph -j FOR SALE 10 hp Motor, 14 N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6-
; I ternal grandparents are Mr the old Florida Mobile Box A, Starke. ltchg i ft. runabout with trailer tfchg erators Washers. Excellent
(3mnqlOpenirgOf 3411. Condition. .Bulllngton
ani Mrs. Rufus Alvarez of Appli
I Home unit of which the Fed- PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM, 15000. Lonzo Starling. In- ances. tfcbg
Starke. Mrs. Baldwin is the
If eral Quality Homes is the record player attached, mike quire at Standard Oil Station.I

former Miss Patricia Alvarez.j Starke branch'ALMOST" I and speaker Bargain. See at t'Lawtey.: _2tp 7-18 Electra-Tronics, Inc. HASTINGS'MATI'RESS

Lot No. 5 Legion Trailer Park, EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
FEDERAL QUALITY Industrial Division, Sales, Serve
N. Temple Ave. Itp I WANTED. Apply in person. WORKS
j ice, Repairs on Motors, On-
Guidon Restaurant, 811 N- 719 Ltmoa Si. PftLUk
I FOR RENT- Small two bed- orators, Switching and Controls
THE PERFECT HOST Temple Ave. tchg Furniture! Repaired
I room concrete block house Welders and Tools. Power .
% I Lake and Pratt Streets One' HOUSE FOR RENT- In Lin- Conversion, Transformers. Upholstered & Refinished

HOMES1rFeaturing block from school $50.00 per",} coin City. Reasonable. Henry j Service and Repairs te AOHeavy MATTRESSES' REBUILTNew
\( month in' advance. Hollis V.' Bryant Box 596. Starke ph. I
Industrial ElectrIcBIEquipment Innerspringaand
-'I- \ Knight. tfchg. '! 9692784._2tp 7-11 i
; I Box Springs a
Fantastic Mobile Home Buys FOR SALE: Repossessed 2 BR I COINS BOUGHT 1939 N. E. 27th ;Are. GviU Drop Us A Card or CHPALATKA

home, deep well 1 acre ground', EXCHANGED PHONE 872-1280 .EA 5-9UI
near Melrose. Will sell for' I Pay current market value I tfchg.
1963 50' X 10' ..".f; $27501-as is, or $3250. in A-l foe old coins: Indian Head MBS. PEGGY SHALLES.Starke
I .
j Pennies Gold Coins Commemoratives
condition. Terms. Mrs. G. B- '
1. Front Kitchen Model : .. I, Mogg. P. O. Box: 943, Wild- Medals, Tokens, WE DON'T Altai

wood, Fla. Phone 7485271. Foreign Coins. Sell you we help you buy. .

Completely Furnished .. I 4t chg 7-11 Denver R. Devrick Good selection Xt new and FOR RENT 3 rooms and
I D & W Auto Supply, bath furnished house Newly
used 8' and Mobile
.# ):/ 4I i iI I Insurance Problems 7d..!: 416 E Brownlee St.1tfcbr.. i Homes. -l decorated. Phone. 964-2261.-

\ II tfchg
I Call The Man From '! LAKE Iii A _
\ I I, "TRAVELERS"George | FOR SALE OR RENT Two FOR RENT Furnished a-

E. LaRue '!' bedroom house. Unfurnishedor 1 mi. SE 'of Ht&' partment at.rear of store. 321
will furnish. Also livable
I N. Aye Call
Temple 959-2981.
Rout ..00
Keystone )Heights Agt. For on .
AS LITTLE AS house and five acres of land. ,., tfehg tfS
Traveler. Ins.
Companies"TeL All in City limits. Phone 964-
$100 DOWNON 473-4692 Day, 5685._2tp 7-11 1 FOR RENT 4'- rooms and

SOME MODELS 473-4325 Nites. j FOR SALERea.d7 hall Duplex unfurnished
except for one most important: factor. FOR SALE a room house, 4 I''house. Private entrance. i
Auto Fire Home BusinessMonthly j mix concrete: ,.concrete )j708 i
BANK- RATEFINANCING ROACHES, the household pest "most bedrooms,3 baths, wash house,i block I Lake St. Phone ggfr? tfchg
Payment Plan house pier's, sand, ce-i i
talked: about." I double carport. 212 Redgrave}
Available J Jtfchg I! St. Phone 964-2201. tfchg Rent, mortar affix, rock steel,j f' BE SURE TO BEE Worl_ Book J

FEDERAL 10 YEARS TO PAY Psrhaps she should have called for a :.; i eyster shell, Umerock, roof before buying 'any'other JEn-

free estimate. .it wouldn't have hap B, PEYTON FLORIST j' gravel. Bntels BRADFORD I;, cyclopedia. M< A Payne, ypur
!I 119 S. THOMPSON ST. ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,] local,representative;since'1958.P. .
NEWLY ; Starke. tfchg ; O. Box 603.. Phone 9U-3'lg.
/ ished apartments. One and PHONE 961-4155 I I P'
Reasonable. NIGHT 984-3891 16 -JO%%
: or i
I A. L. fiappenfield SALE-3
6PetO&ut&1 Lights and water furnished., I FOR fcedroom housein

IN STARKE Contact 431 Center St. or I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS I SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE I Saratoga Heights. James A.
301 NORTH '
{ \ &iAl/CALco. phone 964-7191 or 954-6551. I We Wire flowers Anywhere I'-Doyle Conner, Farm. North I I Sullivan. Phone 648084.:

tfchg __ ttchi U.s. 301. tfchg. I I _. ; *, ', 'tfchgP

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- .. alternate Saturdays 8 p. m. vatt and family of Moultrie spending a vacation with his

Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Ga. visited Mrs. Susie Pre- parents in Opp, Ala. Mr. Wise'
I 'ffa7/ ? (1I Farmer's DiaryBy ILAIYTEY\ i 8 pm. vatt and other relatives over sister :Mrs. Lennie Peacock,

r PersonalsFriends the weekend. and son, Jimmy, returned with

I Ii i Sam McGarveythere's By Enza Blanchard :i I of Frank Cruce areI i Young Milan Roberts of them and are spending the
I I I I glad to know that he is able Jacksonville spent the weekend week. Two nephews James and
solid rock under .A AAA && A I II 1[ to be home again after spend- with his uncle and aunt. Mr. Jerry Nowlan. were also with

Only One Way To Skin T his CatThe thin layer of soil, and I Ii I Shower ing a few days at the Lake and Mrs. J. C. Tye. On Thursday them and visited over the

Friday evening Mrs. City VA Hospital.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, weekend.
i clutter up the fields. \I Futch, Miss Elizabeth Walter Martin and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Keith, Mr. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
more the County Commissionersshift trict that would be approximately i .
right. We've heard it said 1 f l Mrs. Bobby Dyal. Mrs.I and Mrs. Sidney Hansen were and Mrs. Eddie Mathews, and Dobbs recently were Mr. and
lines back and forth, the more obvious population-wise would be No. 1 (Law-I I here that if a man is 1 i R. Reddish, Mrs. George L.I among relatives who spent the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Third and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee -

it becomes that the only practicaland tey). If this is the best that can be I by a big rattler, he's a i and Mrs. Milo Smith I Fourth of July at Kingsley sons spent the day with the and Everett Hewitt
I Ii er" no matter what is : hostesses at a stork show- Lake. A delicious lunch was and Mrs. Raymond Hewitt.
sensible way to redistrict the coun- done, the question arises: Why do any- I Tyes.Mr.
served. They went boating in and Mrs. G. W. Craig and Lori Shuford of
I to save him. Of course this in the home of the latter
ty is the five wedge-shape plan with thing at all? j i Enjoyed the annual Tele- nonsense. Just last week, Mrs. Lester Austin. i the afternoon. and children are visiting his Moorehaven were visiting their

each district converging on Starke in With more than half of the year already -,graph party on the 4th at the High Springs man was I' flowers were used in Sunday visitors of Mr. and sister in Colorado.Mr. grandmother Mrs. John Shu-
order to dip into the county seat's dense gone, the Commission finds itself i Mat thews' cottage on Kings- by a 5l/2' footer [and Mrs. Troy Bennett were Mr.I and Mrs. Thomas ford and Dave this week.

population. Lines can be juggled from now faced with a law suit compellingit ley Lake, and of course, as us- big, sure enough], but I door prize was award- and Mrs. Marvin Thompsonof i Pound; and children of Mandarin Clyde Wainwright of Bar-
now till doomsday, but the answer will to redistrict or file an answer by inal, it rained as it does every wound was treated I to Mrs. Bobby Dyal and Jacksonville.Miss { were visiting Mr. and tow has been spending his vacation -

always come out the same: in order to September 4 showing cause why it has year on that date. Unwelcome and a tourniquet applied Harold Eunice won a I Maryanne Motes of Mrs. Paul W. Waters and with his parents, Mr.
equalize the districts populationwisethey failed to do guests at the party were "gal- the victim survived. Needed : and was awarded a Leesburg. spent Wednesday to family on Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright.Mrs. .
will all have to cut into Starke. so. linippera," big mosquitoes such an emergency is a Many lovely gifts were Friday with her grandmother, and Mrs. J. T. Burt of Wainwright's sister wasa
The situation becomes more compli- which II Mrs. Effie Miner. Mrs. Miner Palatka Thursday with Thursday visitor.
We're not saying it HAS to be done have the reputation of knife; material for a to the honoree. spent
cated since Charles Hardy, the man being able to drill returned with her and came Mr. and :Mrs. Elmer Higgin-
this less through a quet is always available in of punch and Mrs. W. E. Bush of Atlanta
way. Many a perfect plan can who was employed by the commissionto wad of clothing and still bite. form of clothing. I I were served. home Monday accompaniedby botham and son. Ga. visited her mother Mrs.
be adopted, and perhaps the court will devise an acceptable plan of redis- I Items Mrs. Frank Wells and Eddie and Debbie Dyal were Nathan Starling, over the

be satisfied with one of these as evidence tricting, resigned rather than work on At the. party, Harry Mooty Pensacola Bahia forms WMU met at the First daughter, Nina, who were o- visiting their grandmotherMrs. weekend. .

of "good faith" that the Commis- the "squeeze Starke" plan which the wail telling us about his big good sod for highway Church Tuesday night vernight. Alma Dyal in Hamptonfor Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwin

sion at least" came up "with something Commission originally approved, but C Sfr <$f sunflowers and toma- ders but we think the last week for a panel dis Miss Ida Meddock and Miss the week. son and daughter of
different, as one member expressedit which Hardy said would be worse than tofes. Although he has only a should look for a grass I on Missions. Seven Emma Jackson, were Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders Cleveland, Ohio, stopped by

even though it is obviously not as letting the districts remain as they are little garden, he said his to- does not seed out so much, I attended. day overnight guests of Mr. visited their son-in-law and Friday jto see his grandmother

good as the wedge-shaped plan. The at present. Hardy has likewise term- matoes grew eight feet tall, the pollen can cause Bradley of Theressa and Mrs. Orville Bumgarner.Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mrs. V. R. Reddish. They are
law does however that districts and his sunflowers were veritable guest speaker at the First Jenkins in Jacksonville
their vacation with
say, ed Plan 5 (the second plan approved by for asthma or hay-fever and Mrs. Eugene Pear- spending
shall be as near equal in population"as skyscrapers. ferers. And for another Church last Sunday son have returned from their and their granddaughter Jen- Mr. Godwin's mother Mrs.
possible" and who could truth- the Commission after the School Board the black smut on the and evening. vacation. They visited their ny Lou. came home with them Logan Baldwin and Mr. Baldwin

fully tell the court that the wedge- filed objections to Plan 1)) as undesir- Sam's having a fine time spikes is downright ugly. Grace Methodist: Church respective relatives in Simp- and spent the week. ; Mrs. Godwin's mother

shaped plan was not possible? able and unworkable.The galivanting around in the little 9:45: a. m. Morning sonville S. C., Washington D. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin War Mrs. Bertha Pearce, and other
board has discussed employing V-W "puddle jumper." He got A summer cover crop 11 a. m. Evening C., and Carteret, N. J. On their ren and Lynn of Jacksonvillewere relatives.
The hastily approved Plan 5, adoptedby someone to take over Hardy's job of 31-plus miles per gallon on the wonders for protecting 8 p. m. MYF each return they found Mrs. Pearson's Thursday guests of his
the Commission in a moment of des- first tankful of and it 8 p.m. Vacation father J. E. Warren.
soil and
completing a redistricting plan, but so gas from burning up in I brother-in-law .
peration at a joint meeting with the far his successor has not been named, looks as if the Black Beetle hot sun. We noticed a School will be held at sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young Roger Dale Higgin-

School Board last week, is obviously and time is growing short. gets by by sniffing gasoline patch which was cut up church the second week Nabors, and children of Laur- botham spent the week with
unworkable on the face of it. Althoughit fumes as it passes service sta after the crop was August. All children wel- ens, S. C. who spent the week- James Waters and family who
would give District 5 tremendousarea There is an old adage that there is .tions. I after the plastic mulch are vacationing at their lake
more than one way to skin a cat. Even First Baptist: Sunday end.Mr. I resort.
in almost half of the
taking removed. Cowpeas were and Mrs. B. E. Reddish:
county's surface, District 5 would still old adages are wrong sometimes, how- All the rain we're having is and a solid crop of 10 a.m. Morning Wor- and Mrs. V. R. Reddish attended -i Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and

be short of its fifth of the county's pop- ever, for apparently there is but one sure making the grass grow building legumes is 11 a.m. Training Union. the Barber-Rowe fam- grandson, Freddy, were visit-
ulation. Also obviously short under way to divide the county equally as to and it's almost impossible to I and enriching the soil. YWA Evening and Service Intermediate, p- ily reunion last Sunday. A- ing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burtonon

this plan would be District 3 (South population and that is by use of the keep up with it. Tried Thorn that cover crop is cut on the 15th and 29th of bout 200 members of the fam- the Fourth and attendedthe
wedge-shaped plan, cutting Starke's ton Hartley's riding mower at the land will get many Safety Boating Exercisesat
Starke), and 4 (Hampton). North I 8 p.m. Youth Meeting on DEMONSTRATION
five If his place near Prairie tons of organic matter. the Naval Air Station. ASK FCM FREE
population ways. anybody can Payne's
Jimmie Eunice of Atlanta
Starke, though cut somewhat in area, .
perform a miracle and do it other and it is a dandy, as it takes i Gregory and Jack Wilkison
would still be left with around 2,000 any ; that this is Clean Up left Saturday after spendinga Command Gravely PowerTerry's
practically all the work out of Sam cut back some of of Sarasota spent the week
qualified electors far more than its way, now is the time to come forward Paint Up Fix Up week with his parents, Mr.
poinsettias [leaving four and his with their grandparents. Mr. Saw Shop
mowing. Eunice
and Mrs. J. H. ,
rata share of The dis- and speak his in Brooker. It has been
pro 1,100. only piece. S S es on the stems] and a grandmother, Mrs. Selma Eu-I and Mrs. Walter Wilkison.

Most tobacco growers have time later the plants sent Council by and the the Brooker Brooker nice. On Saturday Mrs. Emma I They all visited Mr. and Mrs. No. 2

voted for July 25 as market I multiple branches, making DeLoach and Mrs. Smith of Cecil Dobbs and children in
day opening, but asked I more compact plant and Club. Let's everyone Jacksonville were visiting the 'I Jacksonville over the weekend.Mr. 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
I Valuable New Weapons Against RacketeersFlorida some suring more blooms. our part to make this a Gainesville Phone: 372.3588
for as late as Aug. 8. This community in which' amily. and Mrs. Psion Wise
year it will be impossible to say this can be done as live. Mr. and :Mrs. Francis Pre- I! and sons returned Friday from

legislators, fighting at the Rep. Osee Fagan of Alachua County, please all the 600,000 leaf i as August.. --- I .
recent session for stronger laws to deal are optimistic and enthusiastic about growers, as already they have This & "
"batching" is for
with home repair and shell home rack- the good effects of the new legislationthat strated to crop in the Old Belt birds! There's cooking, i

eteers, didn't get everything they want- did pass through the legislative in North in Carolina, and planters cleaning, and dishes and
ed, but they did manage to get through log-jam. are about Georgia-Florida two weeks late Belt to make, and clothes to FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

enough new legislation to help curb Among the new bills that are expected -and a dozen other jobs :

many of the flagrant swindles that to curb the activities of swindlerswho keep a man busy from STARKE, FLORIDA .
have have been perpetrated in recent have bilked the people of Bradfordand Alice is still enjoying a vacation ing till night. Not that ..
surrounding counties of thousandsof up in the Catskill I is doing it! Heck no! .
years. Mountains of New York. Sam I
As outlined by Bradford's Rep. A. J.ThomaR..Jr. dollars are these: I called her this week and be- I still and TV getting dinners by .on and pot _STATEMENT OF CONDITION ... "

., one off the leaders in the 1. A criminal statute connected to. ing a thrifty Scot at heart; hardly'any dust in the; I ---:1-:.. .'_."".. ". --- .'

fight for protective legislation, the new the mechanics lien law that makes pro- j I enjoyed the bargain rate of I room at all, unless you ev"Y I Condensed from Report to Comptroller -
laws are impressive although Thomas secution for embezzlement much easier I $1 after 9 p.m. She is staying the one-inch layer on
regrets they couldn't have been even for frauds that are frequently pulledby I at a farm up there whereBROOKER floor. JUNE 29, 1963

stronger. unscrupulous repairmen
luncheon guest of her
"A lot of people, other than the rack- 2. A criminal statute that makes it VVVVYYvnyytyyyyyy1Tr1I I Mrs. Dave !'Green.Congratulations: 1

eteers they were aimed at, were affected a felony to "steal" a mortgage. The I, I to Mr. .
by these laws," Rep. Thomas said. law did not cover this before. Mrs. Walter Scott of

"It's offen impossible to draw up a law 3. Penalties attached to the notary I ville on .the birth of ResourcesLoans

that affects only the limited thing you public law, making it a felony for a no- By Shirley Green boy and, girl. Kay and

want it to do," he added. tary to acknowledge the signature ofa Phone 2281AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ on June 26 in Alachua I

Some of the bills, aimed primarilyat person unless the person is actuallyin eral Hospital. Mrs. Scott and Discounts 1,902,791.58

racketeers in the business, would also his Heretofore, notarieswere the former Naomi Stokes. "
affect legitimate savings and loan immune to criminal prosecutionfor Mrs. H. O. Brown has returned spent Mr. from and Mrs. Lloyd Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures : 313,339.69Other
Wednesday to
associations, banks, finance companies, their official acts. after visiting her nep-
retail establishments, and reputable hew and niece Mr. and Mrs. day at Salt Springs. Real Estate Owned 4,786.67
A-lc Winston
4. Legislation enabling county com- Tommy Hewitt in Valdosta, Kelley
builders. These groups naturally opposed Monday for Offutt AFB,
missioners to establish building codes.In Ga. for two weeks. 2,666.13
some of the legislation and ha, Neb. after a three Prepaid Expenses
Mr. and
in Ronald
worked against it. Defeated were such spite of the obstacles placed Reg- leave.
their path by opponents of these meas- ister and son of Jacksonville
things as revised "retail installmentsales Donald Register of St. Peters- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 31,376.18U.
act," a "contractors licensing act," ures, the legislature has done a good burg, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon of Alapaha, Ga. visited
and a bill giving county commissionersthe job in moving to curb the home repair Griffis of Starke were visit- and Mrs. Lloyd Clark S. Government Securities 1,947,865.70
racketeers, and has given our law en- Mr. and .
laws. Mrs. Charles
power to institute licensing ing Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sul- '
Some of the defeated bills were lock- forcement officers something to work livan recently.Mr. son Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Other State & Municipal Bonds 109,006.39
with in placing offenders behind the Johnson Bill
ed in sub-committee meeting rooms. and Mrs. James Johns Jr., .
Others got out of committee only to be bars.The and family of Tampa and his Mrs. Fred McDavid. Florida County & Municipal Bonds 787,693.97
should familiarize itself mother Mrs. Verlie and Sue, and Mr. and I
buried in the calendar of bills writ- public Johns enjoyed -
ten by the all-powerful rules committee. with these new laws, and be ready to from Friday to Tuesdayof Kenny Green and son, j Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 203,650.01 3,079,592.25
were Sunday afternoon
But in spite of these defeats, Rep. take advantage of the protection offered last week at Salt Springs. of :Mr. and Mrs. Terry
Mrs. Johns'
Thomas, and one of his co-workers, when the need arises. Mary remained granddaughter for a visit. David and daughter TOTAL 5,303,176.32

Mrs. N. G. Hayes, Jr. has They were there to help
returned home after being a brate Barbara's first
patient in Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. Alan
I Habit"Because I
Beats A Bad
"Jimmy Hospital in Gainesville for a and daughter of

Ga. were Thursday to Liabilities

the temptation to smoke However, an explanatory manual for I week.Mrs.. Doshia Prescott is a. guests of her parents, .
( and Mrs. A. L. Green. .,
patient in the Medical Centerin x ; -
cigarettes can confront children as adults includes abstracts of data on :: Gainesville where she Messmore and daughter Capital Stock 300,000.00 _
underwent -
early as the third and fourth grade childhood smoking and answers toI| recently. mained for a visit.Congratulations '

school levels, a simple story presenting questions which might be raised by the i Mr. and surgery Mrs. Jimmy Clark Surplus 325,000.00
it is best not to start the child reading the story.
reasons why upon I and son of Starke :Mrs. Charles Congratulations to Mr. '
habit is told in a new illustrated book- The informative booklet is available I Ryals and daughter, and Mrs. Charles Perry of Undivided Profits >1 ,' 37,486.39 .
let titled, "Jimmy Beats A Bad Habit." without cost to all who request it. Parents (i}j Miss Mamie Clark of Jackson- ville on the birth of ,; '

The booklet was prepared and edited may obtain a copy of "Jimmy I| ville, Mrs. Lloyd Clark and boys Stanley Allen and Reserve for Contingencies 9,508.62 671,995.01
A Bad Habit" ,I Sam visited Mr. and Mrs. phen Scott on July 1 in ;. ';
by Margaret W. Hoffman, who has been Beats by writing any : .
actively engaged in the Schools of Flor- one of the American Cancer Society of- .|:I II Carl Heaton in Alapaha, Ga lachua General Hospital. J' 31104.40
1 I maternal grandparents Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc.
ida, lecturing to older students on the fices, listed in the regular white sections -',i Thursday.A-lc and Mrs. Creig Wood I I Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell.Reunion ,
harmful effects of cigarettes.The of telephone directories in sixteen i 59,421.37
and son of Albany, Ga. are Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned
itself contains referenceto key cities located throughout Florida. I
story no visiting his parents. Mr. and The reunion of the
cancer, recent manifestations of The Jacksonville address is 2000 Park i j i Mrs. Loyd Wood. They are ed Tom Mills family of Bills Payable I -- 125,000.00

chronic respiratory damage, or death. Street. :I here due to the illness of her t ford County will be held I

iI i father Troy Thomas, who is!i day July 14, at the Deposits 4,415,655.54

I a patient in Alachua General j I Ford Picnic grounds on '<,t.. ... l'- .. .
I Hospital.Mr. way 39 south of Plant ';'" :c. "':"
and Mrs. Kenny Green and East of Tampa. All I TOTAL - 5,303,176.32FLORIDA
and son. Ken. and Miss Sue I tives and friends are .
McDavid enjoyed a rodeo in to attend.
ORID d Kissimmee last Thursday.Mr. Revival I

+d THE BRADFORD COUNTY- TELEGRAPH and Mrs. Murval High- Rev. Rex Brookins I
wood and daughters of Ander- t of the New River -
AcnvE ESTABLISHED 1879 I son. Ind. were Wednesday to Church invites everyone '

N yt E.-L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER I i Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. their revival starting
p> o I I Fred McDavid and family. .night, _July 15, through
The Highwoods, the Fred Mc- day the 21st. each night
TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Davids and Mrs. Terry Mc- 7:30 pm. Rev. Charles -,.. - ." I
j I David and daughter. Barbara pastor of the -
I enjoyed Thursday at White Baptist Church will I1I1ff:
II I Springs where Miss Brenda services. Also. Sunday -
IN McDavid participated in a 2U is Homecoming at the
concert with, the Santa Fe River Baptist Church. III One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
r Band. I NOTICE-Clean Up
Mrs. Alex Williams of Jacksonville Week July 8-13 -
was the Saturdaj r We would like to remind 1

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HIGHLIGHTS On New CharterIn I I MELROSE GRANDI J Jy !i 1 i mond.We had quite 1 I i'|![ to Mrs.Daytona Etta Beach.Drennan of Lake- I, Horseman's Mrs. Rebecca Club. Brantley of

August Election : hail storm on land was visiting Mr. and Alelrose spent the weekend

By Mary K. Schaeffer I i By lIrs.lice RothhammerjYTTTTTTYTTVVTTTTTTTTT1 Cliarleyene Brantley t Wednesday and i iI !'!; Mrs. B. J. Alderman for 'aI '! with her mother, Mrs. Lillie

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Two questions will go to a '", -.:. p I I I week. Trees were ;'I I few days last weeki j Brantley.

-a vote of the people in a special 'f' i \&. .....&.&A&&AA'I I all over the II i Rev. and Mrs. John Minder !i Sir. and Airs. Harris Herring -
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referendum to be held in Keystone J IA<<;: -- ;> The Elsie Knight Circle of I :Mrs. Rosa Brantley was i across the ,. of Lake Swan and Clearwater of East Palatka visited

Cancer Drive Closing guests included Marian Hall Monday ; .. : had to be :' Mrs. Callie Rye Doctor's
| Heights on ''; ->'. !/o ""f"'t.1'Rtr. ""< :* I the Missionary Society of guest of honor on Sunday at \ were dinner guests of the Eugene in

The American Cancer So- '' from Pittsburg Pa.; and Ar- i I' Aug. 12. Decided at this time .;., 'p-, ;t 'i;-.:":' ". r Eliam Baptist Church met I a birthday dinner celebrating 1 day evening so Ii ,,! Brantley family on Sun- i Hospital on Sunday. They also

.. !icty 1963 Fund Raising Cam- len. Bias, Sally Ann Epperson | will be: t tI ':4"v 4., :' : .I' Monday night and the Susie her 82nd birthday at Mrs. j to the church day.Mrs. I stopped in Grandin to see

t aign in Keystone Heights isi; Mary Ann Dally, and Henri i 1 I. 1. Whether the new town I Preston Circle will meet Annie Sikes's camp on Bright I J ing service. j ji Roxie dough of Doug- 1; Mrs. Vira Herring and Mrs

ibout! to close with an ap- ': Lou Dennis, all from Starke. :I j I charter, as passed at the recent -',- --b-- r i Thursday morning at 10. I Lake. Those helping her celebrate i: School closing :';.:I las, Ga. is staying with Mrs.I ,;, Roxie Clough.

-, proximate $1.100 collection to-i Personals ''l legislative session, shall i ii : Misses Janis Woodey, Linda were Mr. and Mrs. held Wednesday :I; Vim Herring while Mrs. Callie On Monday Mrs. John

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< town our size. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. i 2. Whether or not the town' : Helen Hall, accompanied by 1 :Mrs. Annie Sikes Edward We had a very '' Starke. j I i Yeagley of Louisville Ky visited -

Each year there are some W. Hardenbergh attended an j shall purchase lots 10, 11. and,i'', I Mr. and Mrs. James L. Price, Varnes Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alderman i i The children j|: Johnny Alikell of Jacksonville !; with Mrs. Annie Sikes

: !'ho contribute money to the I orientation session at FSU in |112 of Block 24, Town of Keystone ::, Jr. are spending this week in Grandin; :Mr. and cry verses and spent the weekend with :j i Cpl. Melvin Cumbus, son of

Memorial Fund of the American Tallahassee last week, and | Heights, for use as a ,] t : Leesburg at the Methodist Mrs. Charlie Price Mr. and i( IUses they had '{i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ;: Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cura-

: Cancer Society. If you had a wonderful time. Dee 1 town hall, library. and other : Youth Camp.A Mrs. Leslie Price, Ray Fordof I i did an excellent i'i Harry Grainger. bus. is on a 30 day furlough
.... ould care to make such a !I Dee plans to get a year or 1 municipal purposes: ; said pur- :4I 1. Melrose; Mr. and :Mrs. U. I er roast was I II j i Mrs. A. L. Sikes Mr. and i He has just returned from a
stork shower will be given
lonation to this fund in mem- j! two at FSU, and then go into I I chase: to be made at the low- >: 'R. Tillis and Gladys, R. A. pupils and :Mrs. Walter AlcCall. and Mr. 1;, tour of duty in Korea.
Saturday night at the Baptist I
I : Educational in honor i
; Building '
:'dend. you may do so by' and Mrs. Malcom Hud- j to exceed 15500. j ji 'fyt 2 Cal. Petterson and Lt. Col. ; shower. ,j.I children of Jacksonville spent I Col. B. N. Petterson of Augusta -

till ontacting Mrs. Robert Hendy son of Atlanta. Ga. were i i I .:.:' "" '. ;r of> Mrs. Joe Knapp. James Sikes of Augusta, Ga,I Weldon !' the Fourth of July with Air. :|I: Ga. were visiting Mr
About 25
: 473-4268 through July 11., guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. \ guests I j tient in the I: and Mrs. H. B. Sikes. I and Mrs. H. B. Sikes on Sun-

This may be a little late be- Beasley and family over the ing places in Tampa and the Miss Livingston annual Fourth of July ed to Melrose. I tal at Lake City. i i Air. and Airs. Robert N. Ho- I.I
I West Coast of Florida. Picnic at the L. M. Pearsalls day.Mr.
in issue rather than Fourth of July. :Mr. Hudson I July 5 and will 'I
:ng this ,
and Mrs. Gerald Bay-
well and
children of
1 :Miss Kay Sunderland left Weds Arthur DoddIn last Thursday. Among those Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray | Jackson- .
'last week. but Mrs. Hendry and Mrs. Beasley are cousins ; a couple of weeks. ville spent the Fourth of July I less of Perry were visiting Airs
i for visit with her :Mrs. Pearsall'sson Birt for the Fourth
I Monday a present were were her
didn't know that all copy last I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. South CarolinaPalms lIS Ward 8, V. with the 1 Ethel Brockman Sunday
Eugene Brantley on
maternal grandmother, Mrs. and daughter-in-law, Mr. uncles, W. L. Merritte of ,
week had to be in a day : Ketch and their young son I i I Columbus Lake City, Fla. I to'the
Thomas H. Dunn. in Wilmington j.and Mrs. Ralph Prugh of Ga., and J. D. Mer- I j family. We all went i Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alder-
earlier, due to the July 4 hol- and daughter are the new ten- and fern. interspers-' will bs glad to Fourth of July Parade at In- and
I Del. She will be gone the Jacksonville. ritfra of Hawthorne. I II | man were visiting Mr.
(tday.s ants occupying the Community candelabra and i I friends. Mrs. .
ed with floor ,
then had cookout ;
j teilachen a and
Mrs. Tommy Clay son in
Library Is Church parsonage. Mr month of July. I Misses Jean Lively and Sara Little Patricia Cox of Jacksonville I to him I I
Busy Spot I I standing baskets of"hite.j I see on I in the Brantley's yard. I East Palatka last Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen
Our Keystone Heights Library Ketch is employed at the Key- chrysanthemums, gladioli, and I 1 Baldwin represented Melrose who recently returned -1 was some I After lunch we all went to
has been doing a land stone Egg Cooperative, replacing -II and children have just returned i in assisting at the appreciation from Walter Reed Hospital satisfied- I evening.
the background Lake Swan for swim.I
formed -I I
gypsophila a
office business of late. Not';1 Ray Starnes. Mrs. Ketch from a vacation in Miami I dinner Tuesday eveningin in Washington, D. C., is Jerry Weeks I The Zip Code for this Area

just the children who are tak- I j!: is an avid church worker and t and Tampa. in Trinity :Methodist II honor of county commis- visiting her grandmother, Sunday after a | Among others from this |I Postal Zone is 32638.
S. 1
.. ing part in the reading pro I I loves working with the young:I Mr. and Mrs. William Beam, Church, Bamfcerg Florence sioners. The dinner was held Mrs. N ttie Mann. cation with his I area going to the parade in 1 Dr. John Minder a teacher

... gram, but their parents and : people. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Darden, the marriage of Miss at the home of Air. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butts l Mr. and Mrs. |I Interlachen were Mr. and i| at Trinity Bible College at
Elizabeth Livingston to i T. R. Gornto and 1
t '. other adults have been readIng Everyone is glad to hear''I and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- R. E. Phillips at Grandview on have rEturn from' a week'svacation. in Yankeetown. Mrs. Air. 1i| Clearwater, was guest speaker

more. Mrs. Lawrence attributes that William Reynolds Sr. has: Glave report that they had a : Arthur Robert Dodd. the St. Johns River. Jean and I Mrs. E. J. Hutson Mrs. Jackie at the Paran Church Sunday

=. the rise in the number j j i returned from the Medical[. wonderful time at the Lions The double ring ceremonywas Sara also represented the Mel- Air. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawleyare I City Odis and Mr. : Weeks and family, Glenda I I evening.
I : International Convention in performed Sunday after- | Grainger and Barbara Her- !
-I of books checked out to the Center in Gainesville. Hecame i rose 4-H Club at the dedica- visiting relatives in Geor ,
fact that summer TV home Saturday evening. I Miami, June 22-24. The three noon, June 30, by the Rev. W. tion services for tha East Pa- gia. 'I i i ring and. Airs- Ruth Reed of | PARA\ BAPTIST CHU1JCH
pro- I weekend
'\Trams are all re-runs. We I Jack Haberstroh continues:; m e n represented Keystone F. Baker pastor of the church.A latka Post Office Sunday. I II Bill Heydorn, arrived home. Ethel Brockman. | Lake Swan. This area: was I i GRANDIN" FLA.

think that she has had a lot to be a pretty sick boy at theI : | Heights' real, live-wire Lions I program of wedding: music Winners of tht Melrose last week after going to St. I I man returned to i I well represented in the parade i
'I too. Marie Hutson Mike : Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor
.' f 10 do with it too. making the 'I Veterans Hospital in Lake" Club. I was presented by Mrs. E. Roy Duplicate Bridge Club for last; !i Johns Hospital in New York the Cochranes
I' I Miss Sara Jo Sprow, daugh-j Cooner, organist, and Mrs. H. I i Weeks Glenda Grainger Barbara Sunday School. 10 am.
: His Gladys, tells [
brary an attractive place to City. wfie wcek include the following: i for a check-up. of days. 1
'ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. N. soloist. I Herring, Mrs. Lucile Ter- : Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
pend a quiet hour or so on a j j, us that he is very appreciative Folk Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. Ii I
Sprow of Brooklyn Bay, has i I Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Murphy Mrand Mrs. i ry, Johnny and Joey Triest, Training Union. 7:00: p. m
iot summer day. The number of all the cards he hasreceived The bride is the daughterof I Clarence Maxson first place;. ; '
: completed her Histology Tech- 1 have moved into their 't Howard and Richard Lilly Lettie Wise, Evening Service 8:00: p. m
,I books checked out in June and has had manya Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Rich- Mrs. Herbert Segur and Mrs.
nician Training at St. Vin- .1 I, boat at Orange Springs Ferryon : riman, Tenn. Linda Strickland. Linda Hub- Hour of Power, Wednesday
: the best chuckle the humorousones. ard Livingston of Bamberg,
month so far] was over :
Philip Kromer second place; the Oklawaha River. i Margaret Stuart ner, and Murray Sipprell all night 8:00: p. m.
cent's Hospital in Jacksonville -
I inree times the number Gladys is grateful to all.1 and the bridegroom is the son
Mrs. Mabel Little and Mrs. Mr. and I ___ _
'lecked out in April. I the friends who have furnished "! and has accepted a position of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walter Grolick third place Mrs. Guerney Web-'I -
; ster and children
at tha Veterans of Baywood
The library still hasn't transportation to the hospital Dodd of Keystone Heights. and Mrs. E. B. Goss, Jr. and :
and to those who have, in Lake City. The brunette bride, i spent Sunday afternoon \\itiiAir. '
found a home- after Oct. 1, lovely R. Goodloe fourth
Mrs. P.
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a must vacate its present done errands, etc. Ter son. I Mrs. Betty Serendi and her given in marriage by her father ptoce. I Guire.and Mrs. Herman AIc- HEIGHTS. MELROSE:
sister-in-law, Mrs. Gertrude
quarters. Please keep this in Jack returned home on July wore a formal wedding j
I Serendi of Waterbury Conn., Mrs. Ruth Berkelman has' Mrs. Peter Portz '
4, and his teen-aged daughter and daughter -
:1'iind.! Perhaps have gown of white silk oraganza, 'I
you may remained to be a help to her have been the guests of Mr. I I returned after a month's visit; Colleen left Saturday for::
idea. fashioned with panels and I DIRECTORY
.j a : ap with her son-in-law and Hi E S S
grandmother. About the 19th and Mrs. William Simeral on I New York City on a week's
urprise Party Given pliques of Chantilly lace. The daughter, Judge and Mrs.
I another son. Bill Haberstroh Lake Brooklyn for two weeks. sight-seeing tour.Mrs. I ____ _
For MargaretIuir: I fitted bodice featured a portrait George Crago, in Duluth,,,'I I
1 from Pennsylvania will visit The two ladies are wives of : Francis Chiappini I I
and I
Mary Ann Schaeffer and them. On August 1. a daughter Mrs. Simeral's cousins The I neckline outlined with Minn. [ children are spending the! APPLIANCES I.GARDEN SUPPLIES i RESTAURANTS
Fox lace and lace sleeves. The Recent guests of Gen. and j
Jijimy were joint hosts I cap
Simerals and thenguests
Joyce, will make her first, I :I summer with relatives in Illinois. I
tt surprise for I full skirt swept into chapel i Mrs. Philip Kromer were their 'IT V 'I'll EKeystone
.1 a party Mar- visit to the Haberstrohs in have been seeing the various a ; .

';aret Muir. daughter of Mr. Florida. The Haberstrohs'1'oUngest : i nearby points of interest to train, and the pouf veil of j I'i two daughters and their families -, i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Per- j J, R. TItlES I e Plants j Heights

id Mrs. imported illusion attached Mrs. Steven Boynton and.
; Lewis in was
: Muir hon- tourists.Mr. .1
rine .
daughter Marcia, is I ani daughters and grand- Authorized Supplies and
Ji!' of Margaret's 18th birth- visiting with their daughter and Mrs. Nick Chab to a crown of lace and son Scott from Columbia S. children of Hialeah spent two I I I Furniture RestaurantW.

.: vs.ty. The party was held Wed- Peggy for the summer, and have returned to their homein seed pearls. She carried a C., and Capt. and Mrs. James weeks with Mrs. Lula Thag-. i Sales and E. Flakes, OwnerMgr.Specializing .

'1-sday evening July 3. at the I Gladys has been assured, via the Keystone Club Estates cascade bouquet of phalaenopsis -|I McMahon and children of i Service On Duralite and DuPont In

:creation, Hall in St. Wil- long-distance, that both are I after a vacation trip through orchids and tube roses, I Fort Bragg N. C. ard.Mr.. and Mrs. Delbert Ed- i TV RADIO 473.U09'i Paints Blue Plates with

!il i tm's church. The hall was fine. Kentucky, Tennessee, and centered with white, yellow- Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Carr wards of Jacksonville are, i i Work Guaranteed 0 I.'rr&b'f'f'tables
I Wallpapers Painter's
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.itractively decorated in the Michigan.Mr. throated orchid. Intermingled and children of Lake Geneva..1 1
Miss I Marian Beasley, spending the summer on Lake! i< Keystone: Supplies ) BEER
.itriotic.' motif, with red, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. I and Mrs. L. R Braultare in the bouquet was an heirloom I spent:;: the Fourth with her Geneva. i JCOLJ
.\ hite, and blue streamers of the proud grandparents !I rarents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman (>j cn From 6:00: AJI. Till-?
L. Beasley entertained with a handkerchief that was Mr. and Mr David Hin- '
:.,epe paper. The huge birth- teen-age party at her home of their first grandchild a I, used in the weddings of her I :MrGuire.Mr |j nant of Middleburg, Mr. and !AUTO I Zike'sDecorating At the stoplite Keystone Hgta.
uy cake was made to re- girl. born to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ovid Gano
last Thursday evening. There I I mother, and maternal grand- Mrs. Howard Morris and -
rmble a large fire-cracker. and daughter spent the weekend i
Joel l Brault on Monday night I
were refreshments and dancing ; mother. children, and Miss ShirleyAlay j Shop
\ large sign with 'Happy in the carportGuests included 1 I July 1, at the Alachua Gen- I i Miss Ann Thrailkill of Bam I at Fernandina! Beach. I : : Sever spent Sunday at | Gulf Lake Brooklyn

Birthday Margaret" in red. Paul Carlisle Linda eral Hospital. The younger I Mrs. Martha MacKeachie is Silver Keystone Heights
berg maid of honor, wore a j, Springs ani Six-Gun I RestaurantSTEAKS
', hite and blue letters, hung Mrs. Brault is the I' couple of weeksin I New & [
a Lee Anthony, Pam Thompson, former Di- sheath dress of Nile green or- spending a Territory. I

rom the ceiling. The honoree Dolores Murrhee, Renee Be- anne Pisano. The child has ganza, designed with a tight II Waiakea, Hawaii.Lt. I' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. From $3.00 Up I I PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECIALIZING

: \eceived a lot of lovely gifts lote Carol Warren, Patty been named Theresa Marie. bodice scalloped neckline and Col. and Mrs. Edwin Es- Berry' are moving to BrooklynLake. Lubrication Bat I IN I

rom her friends. II Community Church News tey and children of Louring I
Shaughnessey, Tommy Bird, I OPEN 7 A. AI. : SEA FOODORDERS
: Party guests included Tom Stefan Brokas Jim McMur- Dr. J. Creighton Scott, associate cap sleeves with full overskirt.A AFB, Maine, who are vacationing Charles Henderson of Jack- I Keystone ,

.. 'lardner. Jimmy Fox, Butch try. Bruce Moon Steve. I pastor of the First large organza rose adornedthe in Florida visited her sonville spent Sunday with -- INSURANCE TO GO --

I frox, Veazy Walker Presbyterian Church in Jack- I back waistline. Her head- parents Mr. and Mrs. R. 1-4 Ali. N.
George Shackleford, Ernie Williams. ran Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Addisonand : AUTO STORE of Stoplite
.. !Loath. Mac Hall. Pat LaMee. Johnny Martin anad JoAnn sonville, was guest pastor at: piece was of organza ani tul- M- Cason. family.Mr. .

-:. David Schaeffer. Harold Snel- Stevens. Jo Ann was a visitor, I the Sunday Morning Worship lex, and her cascade bouquetwas I Peter Deuterman of New and Mrs. C. C. Corey ;I Western Murrhee Insurance Keystone Heights .

len. Jimmy Beeler Eric Red- from Summerville, W. Va. I service at the Community 'I of white daisy mums tied York City visited friends in and children of Gainesville Beildier'sHoliday

earn. Tommy Thompson. Mr. and :Mrs. Charlie Mc- I Church on July 7. with green ribbons. Melrose on Monday and Tues- I spent the weekend with her i Associate :

Bobby Redfearn, Bob Kromer, Glave and two daughtershave i: !I Having exchanged pulpits !! The bridesmaids Miss Ann daya.: I parents. Mr. and Airs. C. W. Appliances-' AgencyGeneral Inn

!Jennie Johnson Dee Dee Har- returned from a leisurely :j with Dr. Scott, Dr. A. C. Holt Brown of Lake City S. C., Recent guests of Dr. and j Durbin. Auto A'e!) 1

denbergh Julie Walker Reba trip, starting with Six Gun tiretuined! to his former pulpit! and Miss Norma Lundy of Mrs. Oland Wilson and family Dinner guests of Mr. and j Batteries. I InsuranceFire RestaurantFoimerly

[tall Dianne Brokas Nancy Territory, and Silver Springs, j after an absence of 12 years. !Ii Conway S. C., wore dresses were her sister, Miss Jane I Mrs. B. E. Kelley on Satur- ;1 Sporting Goods I

sutton. Lorraine Dey Jackie and from there to Cape Can- j Prior to his coming to the !J and carried bouquets that Greene of Birmingham Ala., day evening were Rocky I. Hardware, I It Casualty Bondi Lawrence's Dinette

Fox, Carol Kelman, and Mar- averal and on to the Busch; Community Church Dr. Holt!' were identical to those of the and Miss Jane Wilson of Tus- Press Blondy, and Charles t Supplies. Allied Lines COMPLETELY REMODELED

garet Pater. Out of town Gardens and other interest- j was on the teaching staff at I II honor attendant. caloosa, Ala. Davies of Georgia, and Mrs. KEYSTONE I OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull

I Presbyterian College in Mon- Sheri Harger of Orlando, a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mathewsare Ruth Reed.David I Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 Dinners Lunches<< -

'!| treat. N. C. for seven years. niece of the bridegroom, worea the parents of a baby girl Chiappini and Mr. ': Electrical I i i Ala Carte Italian Foods

.I'j Holy Community will beheld fluffy white dress with a Kara born Friday July 5, at and Mrs. E. C. Spires and sons i l I 1 Block North of Red Light

i on Sunday, July 14, at green sash, and carried a the Alachua Genera Hospital. are spending the week in Mi- Jackson ) KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

________ *C" the 10 a-m. worship service. white basket filled with rose Paternal grandparents are ami with Mrs. Spires' mother. 1 ELECTRICAL ,MILLWORK !j

I i For the week of July 22, petals. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gano of I House Wiring, ;; REAL ESTATEC.

I'VE BEENHECKLED S \ I 1 please phone any items for Mr. Dobb: had his fatheras 1 and maternal grandparentsare Melbourne and Mr. and Mrs. : and Water I

.' ,. the Bulletin to :Mrs. Helen best man, and ushers were' Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Anderron Ovid Gano visited Mrs. Lee ,General Electric I I J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

Warren at her home, 3-4697. Jack Bonds of Aiken, Bobby of Steam Boat Springs Youngman in Miami. Mr. Call "Toby" For I II Keystone

BYEXPERTS The staff and the children Fralick of Charleston, Jim II ('010. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Youngman, father of Mrs. Ray I Electrical I

of the Community Church I Stoller, and Tommy Thraikill, I Mann are the paternal great- Gano, died on June 16. i:Keystone Heights Millwork Shop REAL ESTATE

Daily Vacation Bible School both of Bamburg. grandparents.Mr. ,InD'rf&fL'Q a>>..DDlllaa, .
Guests at the Berkelman 'i'itri j U4U&OO: ti-A "'A.a"'

; ; which was held June 21-28.1 Mrs. Livingston, the bride's and Mrs. Omar Huff home on Ridge Road are Mr. I,FARM CABINETS DOORS Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
have and her jaother Mrs. McDonald -I
contributed .
h $ mother
t \S' \ wore a dusty rose lace and Mrs. Philip Berkelman Ii
cash, plus the of Vatdosta, Ga., and Bet- i C. & L. WINDOW FRAMES
$ I- \4s'- C.s necessary sum- gown over taffeta, with matching and children of Atlanta, Ga., I i Winifred H.CRAWFORD
and Greg Huff left Thurs- i SCREENS .
clothing bathing suits, sv
and Mr.
: hat. Her corsage was a and Mrs. Ward Cra-
(Continued on Page 10)) j' day for Ridgecrest$ N. C. j C. II. & Trim Material
lavender of
______ orchid. go Duluth, Minn.
ft of *
Earl Gay
Mr. and Mrs. ;i FEEDS
KLHCTIOV >OTICE :Mrs.. Qobb: mother of the I Fred Kromer who recently Sash Made Ta Order
Hawthorne recently visited Reg. Real Eatatc: Brokv
Notice is hereby given that an I bridegroom lace graduated from Cornell University -
eletfl; will be held' In the wore aqua Mrs. J. H. Britton.Mr. Keystone Heights 473-4285 Lake Properties Acreage .
TOWN OF KEYSTONE over taffeta, with blending ac- I in Ithaca, N. Y., is FARMERS
: and Mrs.
.L HEIGHTS, County of Clay and I cessories. Her corsage was a : Griffith and children left 1 I| visiting his parents, Gen. and I i Ranches Business City
State of Florida. to begin at the Mrs. Philip Kromer. Home R at&l"We .
hour of 7:00: o'clock A. M. and white orchid. I Monday on their vacation to i I Tel. Melrose I :
cease at the hour of 7:00 o'clock Following the thebride's Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sciadini -,,i. I NURSERY Take A Personal Inter*
ceremony. visit friends and relatives in
P M.. to be held at the Town I and children of Gaines-: In Your Requ1ref'l.1Atr':
Hecklers can't shatter his composure. Hall on the 12th day of August parents entertained at j I Indiana.Mr. .FLORIST _. '
rule visited Mr. and H. :
1963, for the purpose of I a reception in the social hall I anad Mrs. Ralph Theusof Mrs. Midway: Keystone Helit- .
to the R. Murphy recently. i
submitting legal voters
of the church. The Nursery Stock Thousand Of IJelroa.I : .
fourtiered Orange Heights have mov- I Edna I
: of said town the following ques.U'ns Miss Linda. Joyce Rothham- \;
He's calm and assured because he has an wedding cake was based on', is Plants & Fruit Trees To I Hlway 21-Op a Snndayi.
1. Shall the new charter of !' 1 mer spending several weeks FLORLST-"., I
..... the Town of Keystone Heights !: satin and luted net, ding trip into the mountainsof in North Little Rock, Ark. !Choo>e From. Nice Shade Tre**, fiES-2MJ_ _
(Senate Bill Xo. 131J, 1963 Legislative j: and embossed in a cascade North Georgia. For travel-' with FW I
::: Air. and Mrs. Grant II Evergreen! & Landscape
adequate savings account at The ', I I
Keystone session) be adopted or design of roses and valley
."Ii rejected. I ling the bride wore a green Rothhammer, Jr. and children For An Plants. AH In Containers, Plant,S. E. McKay, Realtor
lilies. Flanking the cake I! sheath and the orchid
-'-0 2 Shall the Town of Keystone j were dress. i ---
Heights purchase Lots II. I branched silver candelabra j from her wedding bouquet. Mrs. Viola Goswick of Orange Mf'Jro p Phone; Anytime.. See Our. Plants. For'''iT.iAs." lake Lilly $3500.:
: :
State Bank. 11 and 1% Block S4. Town of |
.. Terns 16 Lots
K>vstone Heights Plat Book !, i, holding white tapers and dec-I They are now residing in Heights is staying with GARAGES Quality. Let Us Do Your Sunset Lake -

page U. Clay County Public :. orated with net rosettes. Hampton Va. where Mr. Dodd 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cason. I Landscaping. i j$2*?>4 Terms Jntestpieat tracts
Records for use as a Town Hall : 'large U\'ara lots .
tihriry and other municipal i i Punch was senedith individual I' is connected with the electronics -i Troy and Robert McGuire HILL'S : enough' for

purposes: said purchase to btt cakes _mints, and nuts. department of Hampton -; are taking Spanish lessons at PAINTING & f ass to xriffe'sandy beach.Us .

... ; made at the lowest price obtainable Early in the evening, Mr. I Air Force Base. He is a'! the University of Florida. Electric and ;,0. C. Carnes Nursery!>i for recreation while held.

I (not to exceed $15- and Mrs. Dodd left for a wed- ; graduate of Bradford County Ii .1,ling! for investment. E-Z Ternw.t .

II' i able>00.0(1)financing and on the terms most available.favor Hisn School II MtriiODISTCHULLC I Radiator Welding j 23 3IL East Of Stub On;I Bit CB furnished cottage oa

Dated this 3rd day. of July, The bride is a graduate of MELROSE Hwy 100 At norahome. i I I Beautiful Lake Hutchinsoa -
J Steno Notebooks ,
Steno IJP.. !
I Terms.
I $7,000.
Bamberg School and Business t Phone 6M5665Residence
i High
I ragot.r BAMft M THE FfUCNDUT COMMUNITY I>. E. PAXGBORX, Ko-rect Type, Typewriter Tailored: Seat \" I
Chairman Town Council Columbia [S.C. College. Dur- RCY. Kenneth V. Griffith
I ATTEST: Pens, Typing Paper. Erasers,j ing the past year she taught t Pastor 1 KeystoneI7311G3 Phone 681-5520 I Keystone Heights, Fla
EDWARD R. CORBETT I Ribbons The TELEGRAPH.! 'Sunday 3:45 Kite Night -Time and 7 to 8 a. m. -- ---'-""-4731816BRADFORD
'own Clerk.It 1 in one of The Hampton city : a.ra.
SB' tt .
_} 7-11 i schools. Worship 11 a. m.


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THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1963 i' BRADFORD COT MY TkU,.,!, :1 1, 'I.H'ltL: FLORID T'P'"r.
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SMIfrLlG.. F. 8. ants -
i that Carl Hartpn the holder of |
the following certificates has i i f s t
p filed said certificates for a tax .... .t CJ LB'1
deed to be issued thereon. The I
certificate numbers and :years i
of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names III : SAVE 14t
which[ it was assessed are as
Certificate Xo. 82 Year of Issuance |
} 1961.Drsrriptlon! I!
of Property 1.-\
210 Ft. Sq. in SlCor or XE14
EL n/W' see 34 T 6 S. R. 22 E.
Name in which assessed J. C.
Barton.All .
of said property being in
the County of Bradford State of I
Florida. '
Unless such certificates shall

be the redeemed property described according in such law ,i ,i BLUE RIBBON QUALITY! BONELESS CHUCK ROAST. ;B.69

certificates highest bidder will be at sold the to courthouse the I, e e

door ou the first Monday '-
in Month of August 19CJ: which 01.
i is the 5th day of August 19C3. ALL MEAT BEEF STEW3 .LB.69fk
1963.Dated: this :Uh day of June :: ;:: .. NEW 0 e I 0 .


Clerk CHARLES of Circuit A. DARBY Court ,of _; \PI.ASTIC BTLjW FRESH GROUND STEW ;B.6get

Bradford County, Florida . .
-27 4t 7-18


Board of Public Instruction :t::. x:
of Bradford County FlorIda QUANTITY RIGHTS "'i LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 03
will receive sealed bids in ; MORE FOOD ORDER :j IIULlET LB 15
the Board Room of the said RESERVED "(...:. BISCUITS iCANS4'
Board for furnishing of all labor ,::-:.
and materials to construct: :::':'.::..:.. :..y ,,: ; 8 OZ.PKG AFRICAN TAILS -
: .
Addition to Bradford Coun- : .. .. :
-: ..
ty Schools LOBSTER PKG.S109 .OTTAGE (HEE LB .29
Si'uthside Elementary !School VEGETABLES DEL1CIOUS: S
Starke. Florida I I
All bids for the project will NEW ENGLAND FLASH FROZEN

July be received 25:;, 1961 until and 2 then o'clock! publiclyopened p.m. MIX OR MATCH FYNE.TASTE FILUTSPcRCH .9B DAISY CHEDDAR CHEESE M'if.49c(

and read in the Board ..
Room. I| 17 oz.CANS SLICED .
: --- -
Plans, Specifications. Instructions CATSUP
to bidders and the general .
conditions, and form of proposal ETS
may be obtained from the Architect PERFECT FOR BARSEQUt

5557:; A.Arlington Robert Road Broadfoot.Jackson-: Jr., 17 OZ. AND COOKOUTS LEAN SMOKEDrORK HOPS
Viilo 11, Florida. '< 2 20 l OZ. 49 : LBtBTLS 79

if Two sets may of be plans obtained and specifications by- isiAS : (

any general contractor making a
$25.00 deposit set at the office
will be refunded to general ,
contractors submitting a bona 5 sioo CALVES WHOLE Mffb WHOLE il8
fide bid when plans! and specifications PEAS fRANKS 120Z'
are returned in good SeaARN 17 OZ. CANS FRYBR: LEGS jfiW] BREASTSLB. f CELLO 39c
condition. Deposit checks must'b
0 BT a T "
made payable to the Board 'S w&thRIBS LB.
nf Public Instruction. Additional CANS STAMPS FREE OH CUBE STEAKS
complete sets of specificationsmay COOK:

and material be obtained dealer by contractors making aJ10.no C PEAS AND CARROTS LUNCH' MEATaH'39c o QUiK BRANDFE 'u s r STEAK"S 1'0 99 SUCE BOIOGHA Ct7(

deposit per set at the of- I '
fire of the architect which deposit FROZE FOR PLUMROSE; IMPORTED
will not be refundable. Ad- DELUXE PEACH, APRICOT OR PINEAPPLE
ditional plans may be procured 225( LB. 79 MEATY DELICIOUS SHOULDER DANISH
e .
of cost' of "
upon payment repro- LB, '
auctions which will not be reundable. PRESERVES 'r $2'
.. regardless All plans and of methodof fpccifications. UR'f) LAmB CHOPS OR ROA STS LB'49 HAMS .J CAN a

procurement, shall be returned (50( MERCHANTS STAMPS FREE)
to the architect within seven i
after bids received. I|, $
A days certified or cashier's are check. 0 e G $ e e e e 8 e e e e e ee : e.- .eeee e . . . .
or bid bond, properly executedin I
a turn not Jeea than % of !
base bid payaM.tol the Board '

to of promptly guarantee performance do Public the enter each Instruction work that and the into and proposal payment bidder agreement furnish must as bondIn will accompany a a- I,i j 7,,., LEpll REG l9 39 : FiiMYLIQUID DETERGENT1! ;0stic 29

the sum not less than 100%(. '
of the ('on tract. Each proposal!' )i LADY FAIR STRAWBERRY VENETIAN SAVE 3f FRE-MAR

the when marked bidder's submitted on the must of the cover be clearly with-. I I, REG ;';') 17 OZ. $I00
name project.The COCKTAIL. (9.5
Board reserves the right CREAM PI IS 'eo49 cANs
to to waive relnrt any'any informalities or nil bids, and ; 0 0 e e

Ftruction of Bradford Coun-' GOLDEN SAFE $ FRUIT PUNCH

7-4:NOTirr.ty.3t 7-18 Florida.APPLICATION I I UND CAIEe: .25 : .. h=r RUiT 0 .3 1M'89t

Ion TAX 1IKF.DSec.

\OTrTR, .IS 191.10.HEREBY: 1'. S.GIVEN, I .....'.. ..- '.-.. .
that R. !.. Batten the holder of .':::-: ""
the following certificates has filed '"
Mid certificates for a tax;
deed to he Issued thereon. The j
certificate' numbers and of
Issuance the description of the ]| .: CHASE & SPECIAL' !
property and the names in i
which\ it was assessed are as | -- SANBORN x SHORTENING GIANT LVCOFFEE ,
Certificate No. 26 Year of Issuance I y;Y:
1961.Dcseription. WASTE
of Property EHot
wof! S\\'U of SWSte. 4 .
Name in which assessed Jordan -
I*. Brantley.All .
of said property being in
the County of Bradford, State

of Florida. LB. ,
ITnlrss such certificate or certificates -
shall be redeemed according CAN 44
to lathe property described 3
in such certificate or I TALL 4- 1 QT.
certificates will be sold to the t 'j. LB 4
highest bidder at the courthouse CAN .
door on the first Monday FOOD FAIR .- CANCOFFEE
In Month of August. 163! whichis
th<* 5th day of August, 19A3. CAN 49C ,..
Dated this 24th day of June.
Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of e t :, ct: lMrT-1 WITH $i.09 CR ...._ ti,

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:L.-< .,, ..... :. .....3 :. .
3OTICR APPLICATION\ 1:1. JoI ;-;..$:;Jo'w. : ,., .. _.." ,..,' ... .
1M.IB. F. S.'

the following certificates has filed :
said certificates for a tax l.
deed to be Issued thereon. The r. FAMILY '
certificate numbers and )...&r801
I issuance, the description of the M SIZE
property: and the names in 0
which 'it was: assessed are as 11' LB
: //I
iluann'Certificate 1961. N'OL 38 Year of Is- 0

Description of Property Lots BANANA -
$?, 7, of Blk 20 in X-Reno S D : e
Sec21T6SR22E.. COCONUT '
Name in which assessed. 'WiII I I ; 5 CHOCOLATE
lie ila Powell. I r 0 -
the All County of said of property Bradford.being State in I LEMON FRESH FIRM ..

of Florida I
Unless such certificate or certificates -

to dhall law b4 the redeemed property according described -- i I GREEN CABBAGEe .seFORDHOOK
In such certificate or 5 : a .lB

highest certificate door bidder on will the at b*first sold the:Mondayin to courthouse the I I i. :lilJ DABVpMAS LIMAS. 5 ;:::: $ o e .

Month of August 19'3, which fkSh. YELL W GLOBE
Is the 5th day of August 1)63.:

1963.Dated this 24th day of June. I' FROZEH GARDEN PEAS 5 10 Pkgs:: 0 A'i 9
Clerk of Circuit Court of FOODS 10 cON I ON s. r

SEAL Bradford) County, Florida SPINACH CHOPPEAFD 6 Pkys.:;: I) . e Q .

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tot REDEEM t .. : STAMPS 'S I j

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I Lanolin Plus 1 I \ Ft4i j .Hot Shot I t ,7 Or. 1 J' Aqua VeJva I J Seeded Sliced, I S Mayfair f
ate: 4I Mrs : HAIR SPRAY 1 + Z a t AfER SHAVE LOTION 4 i 6Q BUNS S : COHACE.2f,
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way you writ*. Come in and I

select your farorite F.STEltI ;' ,.,..
BROOK Fountain1 Pen. TELE1 ., .Rr ra ..' :,'e i : a, wti.

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the families in the parish are r limit while operating Emergency -, School Cafeteria. Tickets are ::! men were present for the I, YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYTYlMAXV1LLE. I I j Winter Haven spent two weeks'! of Kingsville, Texas announcethe ; weeks-
asked to attend and to bringa Vehicle. He also demonstrated -, Ion sale now $1.25 and 75c. meeting. '
KEYSTONE I : i I here with Mr. and Mrs. B. arrival of a son on June Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pierce of
covered dish. There will be how to install and remove -j Where else can you get a i| Family ReunionAn I F. Coleman.Mr. 15 in Kingsville. The young I Tallahassee

HILITESContinued games and entertainment. stretcher in vehicle. stead dinner for that? I I announcement was received and Mrs. Bob Stanley man has been named Blair 0- I with Mr. and visited recently

Probably there will be a softball Paul Tyre was voted into :Mrs. Luther*Plemmons and :I this week of the reunionof i 'Mrs. I and family of Tacoma, Wash.' Ian Mr. and Mrs. Meeks, who :Mrs. Albert
] game between the mem- membership. The secretarywill 'i sons, and Troy Roberson of: the Tom Mills family of I By C. B. Nolan I have been visiting with Mrs. have made their home in Max- Smith and family and while

( from Page 8)) bers of the Holy Name So- give him a set of keys I I Greer S. C. spent July 4 and I Bradford County to be held Ii i, &&AAAAAAAALAAAjAAjAA1jMrs. I Stanley's mother, Mrs. Dor- {, vile until recently moved to here enjoyed a cook-out with

ciety and the members of the and a set of by-la\rs. A get-''I the following weekend at I I Sunday, July 14, at Alterman F. B. Coleman I cthy Waters and family for Texas on June 1. ba rbecue steaks..

and such items for the child- Altar Society. Please make well card for the Secretary,. I White Feather Court. :.I Ford Picnic Ground on Highway and:, the past two weeks. Mr. Stanley : Mrs. John L. Smith and:! I
son enjoying
ren of this area attending the I your plans to come to this Jack Haberstroh, w u signedby Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mathews I 39 south of Plant City ;I vacation are in Patuxet a pleasant has been transferred from ,( daughter of Columbia, S. C. TilE RIGHT POINT for the
Salvation Army Camp Key- good old-fashioned "Dmner- all present. Jack is in the: of Jacksonville, and Mr. and east of Tampa.All I Tacoma to Hunter Air Force ;, have been visiting with Mr. j way you write. Come in and

stone on Lake Bedford in on-the-Grounds" affair! V. A. Hospital in Lake City. and MrsR.. L. Courtney, also : relatives of the deceased Md. with Mrs. Coleman's son- !. Base in Savannah, Ga. and and Mrs. Albert Smith and : select your favorite ESTER-

July.About I The ladies of the St. Wil- PersonalsMr. of Jacksonville spent the past and friends are invited to in-law and daughter, Mr. and they will move there very: family and other relatives ,I BROOK Fountain Pen. TEL!.
two weeks ago. there I I liam's Altar Society are sell and Mrs. A. E. Anthonyand week at White Feather Court. attend. Mrs. Don Eichelson and fam soon. i, nearby for the past two GRAPH.

was some ommission of namesin !'ing Christmas Cards, and are ,children and Mrs. An-"I Frcm Keystone, they plan to Barbara Pearson ily. Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie Can-', .
the write up. They were taking orders now for any thony's mother, Mrs. Pearl I take an extended trip through : Honored at Shower Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and
officers of Circle III under kind of card you would like. Wilkinson spent last week at;I\ Maine and Vermont, where: Mrs. Don: Pearson was guestof I and children have returned non children and Mr. a' I fl S S That's Our Business
II Mrs.
Henry Griffis and
Chairman Mrs. S. E. Kennedy | Call Mrs. Lena Clemens at Daytona Beach enjoying a they will visit their parents. I honor at a stork shower on home from a visit with the children u "If It's Glass 'Ye Have It"

and Co-chairman Mrs. Earl I 473-4927, and she will show vacation from their regularroutine. I The over-nighters, the I j Saturday. evening, June 29, at r Eichelsons in Maryland." trip to are enjoying a motor f17 CALL WRITE or VISIT
Long N. Y.,
Haynor: Mrs. William Reynolds you her catalogs and samples. I week-enders and the regular Hampton town halL Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman 'j
where they visited relatives. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Devotional Chairman; Yes we know, every year you Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis:I tenants at White Feather I' Bouquets of pastel flowers i and children recently I

Mrs. Eloise Cook and Miss I say you aren't going to send of Lake Geneva spent last; Court are enjoying the lovely decorated the room and refreshments -I I visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy I non Mr.and and children Mrs. Bootsie visited Can-in (1 SHEA'S GLASS CO.

Gertrude Houser. Co-secretar- any cards next year- but you weekend with Mrs. Davis'I flower arrangements and flower I I featured punch, Langford and family and Mr. St. Augustine

ies; Mrs. Eloise Cook, Treas- always do, so why not order I brother and his wife, Mr. and: i beds at the court, for I and miniature cakes decorated -I I and Mrs. Ray Johns and family -I Mr. and Mrs. recently E. D. Higgin-with, (NOT INC.)

urer; Mrs. Bernard Slocomb, them now? Mrs. Coy Holley of Dothan, ': which they have :Mrs. Lillian with baby bootiesGames i in Arcadia. botham and family.Mr. "Formerly Joe Peters Glass V

Sunshine Chairman with Mrs. Fire Dept. Notes Ala.M. i i Phelps to thank. Mrs. Phelps prizes were won by Mrs. Pear- Miss June Giddens of Jack- and Mrs. D. J. Parrish We Design Modern Store Fronts
Francis P. Egan. as Corhairman The Keystone Heights Vol- L. Beasley was called to i I is a flower lover and enjoys son, Miss Vivian McCullough, sonville
I' spent last week with and children enjoyed Just Mail Us
a trip A Pattern
; Mrs. Marguerite Gren- unteer Fire Dept. held their Tallahassee on business on i'i' working out-of-doors. She and Mrs. Sibley. hed brother-in-law and sister i For

nan and Mrs. W. C. Byron regular monthly meeting on Monday, July 8. and her husband, a retired Hostesses for the occasionwere i through the Great Smoky Table Tops
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Coleman.i 1 Mountains last 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. I
weekend. Phone
Calling Committee: Mrs. Lew- July 2 with 16 members pres- Herbert A. Whitehead is a Colonel have resided at the Mrs. C. R. Cox Mrs. FR2-4353
"' Miss Beverly Varner of
is Lebert Church Women's ent. Chief Fox announced the patient in Bradford County Court since last September. Marklee Norman, Mrs. E.; S. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Meeks j.

Book Study; Mrs. Jack Haber- following calls for June: June Hospital. Mr. Whitehead is Lawrences EntertainMr. Sibley, Mrs. Carolyn Clarke, -

stroh and Mrs. Bernard Slo 14, Salvation Army Camp; Mrs. Ruth Bleha's father. and Mrs. Don Law-. and Mrs. Sue Williams. Approximately L 't : ..

comb Visitations: and Mrs. June 16, drowning at Mag- Ruth, a recent patient at the rence entertained with a pic-, 20 guests were

P. P. Egan, Transportation.St. nolia Lake; June 18, Emergency -I Bradford County Hospital, is nic dinner on the Fourth of I present for the occasion. AREA BUSINESS; ( :

William's News Rescue Vehicle carried boy I feeling a lot more chipper July. Present on this occasion Carolyn Davis, Konie Home DIRECTORY

The Parish Picnic will be to hospital; June 20. woods these days. were Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Feted at Stork Shower

held on the grounds on Sun- fire; June 30, drowning at./ Mrs. E. C. Dykes of Lake Scripture Rev. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. J. W. Home Jr., and I

day afternoon July 21. Hutchinson Lake. I Geneva has been at the Bradford Smith and family of Beaver Mrs. Johnny Davis were ...

Barbecued chicken will be Chief Fox instructed all j County Hospital for sev- Falls Pa., Rebecca Exkels of guests of honor at a stork I AUTO SALES &SERVIC:]EBEAUTY SCHOOLLearn -

cooked on the grounds. All members not to exceed speed eral days, too. Rochester, Pa., Dulcie Scrip- shower Tuesday evening July GARDEN SUPPLIES MUSIC SUPPLIES

On Tuesday afternoon July ture of Hamilton Ohio; Mr. 2, at Hampton Baptist Church. LIXCOL.IERCURY I
Games and decorations followed Complete Beauty Cultur e -
Gridley Music
2, Mrs. John Bird president- and Mrs. Myron Prevatt Rev. pOMET FIAT 3IETCO1](t Girls Women Men Johnson & Paris IncComplete
the theme of buttons 'n :.
elect of the ,
Keystone Heights
STARKE and Mrs. S. S. Cuthbert, Mr. ;
bows with cake and punch Tuition Budgeted Co Inc.
Woman's Club held a meet- and Mrs. Will Reed and Mr. Authorized Sales-Service- Line of
served for refreshments to the FREE PlACEMENT\
ing of the Executive Board at and Mrs. Howard Tucker, all Parts SEEDSPJ."T8FERTIUZERS CENTRAL
: 20 present. Hostesses for the Special Brush-Up Courses KXRIDA'SComplete
her home. Present also was of Keystone.The .
party were the ladies of the Trained Mechanlcs-Good Music\ Slor
the Architect of the newWoman's occasion was to celebrate Pianos
church. Central Hairstyling Inset'ticidN-Pet Supplies by Baldwin, Storey A
Club building and the birthday: anniversaries Used Cars ,,
"We Rent Clark
Lightning Damages Steeple Fertilizer Spreaders Henry L. Miller-
the ladies discussed with him of Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. College
REPAIRS AUT-9 SERVICE Lightning during last Tuesday Barkley Motors 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Fisehek .
the various aspects. of the pro- Tucker and Mr. Prevatt. Organs
night's thunderstorm PHQNE 372-0476() by Baldwin & Conn
After dinner, the men play- 615 N. :Main, GainesvilleB 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Gibson
ject.Mr. struck the at Gainesville Fla. & Gretch Guitar*-
Earl's Garage Gardners and Mrs. Gay Living- ed shuffleboard, and the young 376-4105 Amplifiers
ton Church
Baptist knockingoff
ston have returned from a Vacation folk enjoyed swimming. U
Gulf ServiceEvery the brass ball the top U INSULATION-ROOFING 1004 N. :Main
ALL KINDS OF in Balsam, N. C., where and wood on the & G Motors Co.CADIIL.COLDSJIOBll..E. Gainesville Shopping Cente

Mechanical Sen-ice they found delightfully cool vvwvvvvvYvVVVYVVVVYYlIIAMPTON. . . .. . splintering on BUILDING MATERIALS
AUTO REPAIR WORK General Repairs Automatic weather.Mr. ; southwest corner. Electrical All American New and UsedPIANOS
connections in of the
AU Work Guaranteed GULF Transmissions PRODUCTS and .daughters and Mrs.of Hubert Greenville Few church were also parts affected by F-85-UILLHAN Ridgway Roof [Insulation & Roofing OUITAUSURUISSID.E1

Phone 969-29(1 the bolt. The storm also
Miss. were guests last week of caus- Sales and Service MUSIC
TIRES BATTERIES D. E. Hill ed to electric wires Truss
So. Walnut. Starke Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few on By Mrs. damage Co. CO. Budget Termj
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke along Division Street by the 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 New Roofs Shinglesor
East Lakeview Drive. The Few
PHONE 964-6781 men are brothers. &AAAALAAL&LLAAAALLLL1Council T. J. Alderman home and PHONE: 876-7515 Wood Tzus'esPrefabricated & Built-Up Lillian's Music Store

Meeting\ Mrs. Mamie Mead's. pomponents Roof
Cleaning &
; Repairs
FLORIST Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few and "Gainesville Leader"
AUTO SERVICE their house-guests, Mr. and M. L. Watterson met with PersonalsMr. Any Size Free Estimate* Fiberglass Insulation Since 1933

Colonial Florist Mrs. Hubert Few and all the Hampton city council on I I and Mrs. Johnny Davis Crane Motor Co. 1132 So. Main Gainesville? Blown or Batt 113 S. E. First Gainesvim

Gilbert S. Brown their various children: took a July 2 requesting that they I of Hampton are the parents Tel. 372-3961-COllect Call Contractor Retail -
HAS NEW OWNERS picnic lunch to the Beach on study the possibility of pur-I I of a son, born Sunday, July 7, LARK ANGLIAENGLISH or MOVER

Standard Oil Service Station Dot Bagwell, :Mgr. the Fourth of July. They hada chasing the Hampton Water at Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. : FORD BUILDING DAY or NITE

ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS nice time except for the Works. Mr. Watterson explained Florrie Belle Brown SUPPLIES PHONE 376-4236 Gainesville

TIRES &: BATTERIES MEMBER F. T. D. fact that young Hubert Bill's i i that due to his ad- spent last weekend visiting in 5IERCEDES BENZ VOLVO] McCoy Building 2314 N.E. 19th. Dr. Gainesvilh MayflowerLOCAL

Budget Terms: Road Service Flowers Wired World Wide son,. stepped barefoot on I Isomeone's vanced age feels that he can Gainesville. Authorized Sales & Service '
Starke 964-6291 operate it efficiently. Overnight guests at the J. JANITORIAL AND LQNG
Phone hot coals that they no longer "Complete Service for All Supply Center SUPPLIES
E. Sparkman home last week DISTAJ."iCElO'ING
Phone 964-7071 left from a cook-out, without Makes" -
LANDSCAPINGWE covering them with sand or Mayor C. R. Cox reported were Mrs. Sparkman's broth- C LUMBER Mops & Mopping Equipraenl t Storage And Crating

407 N. Ten-pie. Stark anything. Some picknickersare on his investigation of fire I er-in-law and sister, Mr. and 506 E. University Ave. BUILDING SUPPLIES Broom Brushes! Gainesville Phone S76-522

SPECIALIZE IN certainly thoughttess. We equipment, and the council is I Mrs. Harry Lassetter of Mi- PHONE 372-4343 HARDWARENo. ,* Washes Cleaners

LANDSCAPINGAND heard of little Hubert's mis- hopeful that the necessary ami.Mr. Gainesville, Fla.DODGEDART. Slain and 23rd Boulevard l Rest Room Supplies Security Transfer
and Mrs. Don Pearsonof
Hurst'sService NURSERY the oth- be secured PHONE 372-4361
hap on the TV news equipment may
Private and Commercial Miami spent the weekend THE & Storage Inc.
er afternoon. He didn't knowhe through state or government Gainesville ,
Station Property was on television! I, surplus. here with her" parents Mr. -- Don MacClellan Co.1 AGENTS FOR
Also expert tree removal and St. William's Catholic Clubis I Dog that are not tagged or and Mrs. M. "Matchett. CEMENT FOGARTY BROS
\ 'Williams of Mi-
having another of their I inoculated will be picked up. Miss DODGE TRUCKS Janitorial & Maintenance TRANSFER Inc.
Tri CountyDevelopment ami spent the weekend with ,
Lubrication famous steak dinners Sat If dog disappears notify Supplies
Gas Oils on your Local & Long Distance Moving
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhoden .Jif Sales-Pa.rts-Service
Goodyear Tires & Batteries Co. urday evening. July 27, from I Richard May within four ,. LINTELS WINDOW SILLS 1315 N. W. 4th. Place Craing-StomugePackJng;
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rho- ,USED CARS
5:30: till 7 pjn. In order to days, which is the prescribedtime TOO STEPPING STONES Gainesville 372-2723 Phone 376-2666

ROAD SERVICE Trimming.Your accommodate everyone in the to held them for claim- den were holiday guests of J Poole-Gable "If It's Cement Wi Cast It" -I I 1040 So. Main Gainesville
Satisfaction Guaranteed.Lake Charlie Cooper of Starke. Motors
most comfortable they LADIES WEAR
M S. Walnut Starke %-1-Glll ing.All Cement
Visitors last week at the
Butler flY 6-4267 will hold it in the Keystone, officers and council- ']L19 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville NEON SIGNS
M. L. Watterson home were I
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PHONE 372-4313
Mr. Watterson's cousins, Mr. Cherry'sGainesville's
2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville: Jeffcoat
and Mrs. W. L. Watterson of

I -j Gastonia N. C. Overnight PHONE 373-6953 Most Fashionable I Neon SignsNEON

guests Saturday were Mrs. !AUTO SALVAGE Address For Ladies PLASTIC PAINTED

- 1 1y 1 Watterson's cousin, Mrs. Elsie DRESSES-SUITS-COATS Neon Designing Neon Repairs

Plowden, and Mrs. Taylorof Paul's Auto Salvage' CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES Erecting Maintenance
:::..:' .. : .
: I
.: Miami. 1611 8. Main ___ Gainesville

Mrs. Donald McMahone and We Buy Wrecked Cars At 105 W. University, Gainesville Phone Day 372-0302
children of Daytona Beach THAT ALL YOUR I I Nile S72-8897


of last week to spend the Makes & Models Used ARE THE BEST FROM OFFICE EQUIPMENT

I Fourth of July weekend with I i
Parts Edwards
the Wattersons. Donnie Mc- Building

Mahone remained for a visit Teletype Service-We will find Supply, Inc. Stork ShopS Gulnes\ille's Most Complete Office -

with his grandparents when any part for you. Equipment & Machine
I Mrs. McMahone and baby returned Phone 376-4512 72S S. Main-372-4844 1al Occasion Dresseg To Store.

I home Sunday.: Mrs. Mc 1301 S. Main Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. Every, Day Sportswear Complete Office Planning
I Mahone and Mrs. Gene Fail Formal-!*-Long Dresses, Slim Underwood Products

ing of Starke took, the boysto 601 W. University Ave
- ,I ELECTRIC MOTORS Jim Shorts-Matching Tops
ii II
Territory near
T i Six-Gun AUTO TIRES BABY GIFTS Gainesville 372-2555
iI Ocala on Saturday.
I, Joanne Slade, daughter of I 114 So. Main Gainesville PAINTS

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade received FOR THE BEST IN Electric Motor

I treatment at the Brad- RECAPPINGCars Repair Co. ,MEN'S STOREH. Harper Paint Co.We .

ford County Hospital for two TrocksTractors Stock

days last week, after she was 100% Grade A Cold Rubber OF GAINESVILLE INC. M. Chitty & Co. WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG

- bitten by a black-widow spider Factory Trained Recapper COMPLETE ELECTRIC SMITH AND

at their farm home near :MOTOR SINCE 1902 DUTCH BOY PAINTS

Hampton on Sunday.Mr. English Tire & SALES AND SERVICE Curlee Suits I Painter's Suppfles

I ,\.",' and Mrs. Milton Mosh- I, "Distributor of Arrow, :Norris Casual Shirts. 10 S. W. 7th Street *
er and family and John Alton I Gainesville
Lott drove to Stewart, Miss. Recapping ,New Lincoln Motors' & Underwear -
f for the Fourth of July week- PHONE 372-8318 Stacy Adams Nunn- ROOFING
- 1111 S. Slain Street 1030 S. Main. Gainesville Busch Shoes.
Cono.it 700 Club Coupe end.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, Gainesville 372-2197 Stetson Mallory Hats. The HeIzel Co.

Mrs. Ina Knight and son. I FLOOR COVERING 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville ROOFING

The hardest part about parking a Corvair/ is finding a nickelThat son dinner Ronnie family guests were at of Heilbronn.R. Fourth the Carl of Wil-July Automatic I TransmissionsONE Central Florida Tile MONUMENTS\ I AIR SHEET pONDmONDTGNo METALS

C. Williams of New Port Job Too Large Or To. Small
may be a slight overstatement, but such jauntithe rear. Why the rear? It gives Corvair extra traction Richey joined Mrs. Williams DAY SERVICEALL & Marble Co. Gainesville Granite 202 S. E. 4th St. Gainesville

LOSS comes easily when you're a Corvair owner.on any road surface. It provides a nearly flat floor for and the children here for the MAKES-REPAIR CARPETS BY & Marble Works i PHONE 372-1491

And you can usually back it up-as easily as you,,- more useable interior space. Best of all, it produces Fourth of July weekend. Mrs. AND EXCHANGE Lee's, :Monarch, Loomweave, PHOTO SHOP

can back up a Con-air. You'll find yourself steering so light, so responsive, you Williams has#been visiting Downs CEMETERY MONUMENTS

doing that occasionally, if only to C1t __ wonder why no other American-made here while her mother, Mrs.J. Gator Automatic Boom Size-Wall to wan & 3IAKKERS Fuller's Foto Inc.
\ W. Home, has been in A- c Installation ,
adjust the brakes-they're self-adjusting. car thought of it. I Lettering & Cleaning
That's all there is to it, and that's a good I C 'EVROlET. Corvair's engine is also air cooled, we lachua General Hospital. Transmission ServiceINC. Armstrong and Kentile Domestic & Industrial Marble Central Selection Florida's of Finest

example of how delightfully easy Corvair I might add, which means there's no antifreeze Floor Coverings & Granite New & Used Cameras

is to own, drive and maintain. I i ifljJYii77ii1ii .or water for you to add. Ever. COMPLETE LINES OF Coffee Tables Counters Photographic Equipment t

But since we began by talking about J All that pleasure from something so WILLIAMSJEWELRY 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) TILES MARBLE Fireplaces Supplies

driving, let's stick with that awhile. A practical almost makes you think Corvair Gainesville: PHONE 372-0372 1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-6406 2135 S. E. 4th St. BlaeK & White Finishing

large factor in the fun of driving a is unique among American cars. Which I Gainesville 376-6151 In Before Noon-Out at 5

Corvair is the location of its; engine in AT YOUR[ CHEVROLET DEALERS isn't surprising, because it is! FARM & INDUSTRIAL 3lotorcydesScootersStreit's 619 W. University Gainesville

v ..., v Central Tractor Co.FGRD Hancock Typewriter
I. AH Work Guaranteed & S. Auto Trim TRACTORSFord Cashman & Vespa Scooters

: Ducati BSA-Znndapp ExchangeJOHN
A. C. William Complete Auto Upholstery Fanning Implements Sales & Service
GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. Agricultural ,- Industrial Motorcycles- HANCOCKVictor
Tailor :JIade Seat Covers
i 142 W. Calkt.StarkeFla. Complete Service & Parts Dept. SCHWINN BICYCLES R. C. Allen Clary
Convertible Tops Good Used Equipment Locksmith & Safe Work Rfgna-Sale* & Service

U. S. :301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLI,\. 603 N. W. 8th. Avenue 4183 N. W. 6th. Gainesville 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N. Main Gainesville

I I I H J Gainesvffle 372-8661" PHONE 376-5430 Gainesville 376-7761 Phone 3785551PAGE ..

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