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 18, 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 From Starke i In Surprise Move To Redistrict


f 0Mayor 9 O i Rec Dept. Asks Board Passes Resolution .

New SiteA

__ Randal Chitty confers honorary citizenship papers on (from-left) Miss Holland,I Adopting Pie-Sllaped Plan.

1 Miss Scotland, Miss France, and Miss Ireland. (Photos courtesy Florida Times-Union), request by the Starke ment and his _assistant Nat-

Other photos on page five Recreation Board for land fora ural Gas Supt. Oscar Davis, .
new recreation site was taken took his place, The Tuesday

under consideration by the night appointment of Dees Hardy Re-hired
Starke City Council as it met simply effects a switch in the

I Tuesday night in a routine two. jobs. 1rt 1r.ft.t.htt. 'eounty b s equallyas '

two-hour session. Doyle told the council that To Finish 'Work possici basing the division '
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r .. According to Rec. Board appointing Daes electrical inspector -
5 k Chairman Jim Bloodworth will save the city mon- 'on ar'fs and" populRtt0n,

I Starke and Bradford County since he already is the
3 ey ,
% brl In a surprise move led $n .focusing ach of the dls.tdcts. -
hive a "demand for a decently power plant superintendentand
p {6 developed athletic facility.. is familiar with the city's. by Mrs. Jessie.Chastain the .upon,'the' county. seat.

The Recreation Departmentis electrical set-up. Bradford County Commission -
w M ydr R seeking a 10-acre site on at its first budget r=

city-owned land south of the session Tuesday morning,

Edwards Loop Road acreage July 16, pulled a complete

STANDS i'}s'V1 the city has been holding for I p switch and passed a resolu-

i industrial use. Bloodworth yd tion 4-1 adopting the heretofore -

% r? specifically mentioned the 10- .4 ,Y.. shunned pieshapedPlan
Y acre site on which he said a
No. 3 to redistrict. ;,
k softball and baseball field i ia
r I\ w.sc4, a r The board also rehired
would ,
be built, but added his
r I former plan-man Charles
department could
use a larger I
area for future development.There a4q Hardy at $1.10 per regis-
I tered voter total cost of :di
4 Is slightly less than 40' a
,'ypo- ,; d C acres in the area in which the almost $6,000 to finish

Rec. Board is interested. work on the redistricting

Present facilities are becoming : problem. Hardy has done

M I .r't 1a inadequate and too' r a k'$ preliminary work on redis-

crowded to take care of : tricting the county but resigned i
Starke's increasing interest in 4 June 4 when the

+ i .' i ig recreation by both adults and ; board tentatively adopted
r a i children, Bloodworth said.
.the "Squeeze Starke" plan
The Council also officially'
which he termed "ridicu-
u closed the northern 123 feet : I i 'PUKNO. ,)
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Ij ? of Monroe Street between the : lous.
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w "Golden Triangle" and the i Working with the courts at

; ; old Winn-Dixie parking lot, their backs the commissioners

p tln both sites being owned by spent: more than an hour set-

(1 Guy Andrews, Starke developer. Yawn NamedPresidentElect tling the redistricting problem

The council also instructed : Tuesday before they even

City Attorney George thought of their upcoming
Pierce to prepare a resolutionto bu-iget. They quickly voted in
.x effect the closing.In the resolution adopting.: the

0'1' .. his petition for closing, pic-shaped or five-star plan

Four Miss Universe contestantsvave a fond farewell after being feted at a luncheon in Andrews pointed out that the Of Co. Judges the details of wh:.h had ap I Ii Wedge-shaped redistrict plan is commission's choice in a

I the Starke Golf and Country Club last Wedne sda ', From left: Miss Austria, Miss Switzer-I -street had been dedicated to i parently been worked out before I sudden move Tuesday. .

land, Miss South Carolina, and Miss Ireland.' the public as a street by a I the meeting.A .
leaving Lawtey isolated
plat of record, and the por- Bradford County she indicated as an I
Judge motion to adopt the resolution were not all a basis for establishing the

i t Nat'/ Guard 1'Matthews MunchesCongress. tion in question is no longer Theron A. Yawn of Starke was was made early in the from Starke, favored Plan 3.. voting districts. But the plan- district four districts and dipping into Starke.In the other. I .
used as a public street, but named president-elect of the "I'm the
I making motion regardless man replied that the required
IJ meeting by Mrs. Chastain and I
II J has, in fact,, been effectively Florida County Judges ASsociation -. of the expense to theouhty information could not be obtained other action at the ape-
copies .of the resolution
Camp ,set. I closed by a sidewalk. and at the-organizations annual already ,OIL hand. The resoliH werp and even though. there through a reregi8tn.itlon jCjal. budget"" meeting the board
; Boils gutter placed' there Tjy the l convention in Miami ..ra- few people Starke who which he described as 'granted recently appointed
.tion apparently
\; For July 21''i r State Road Department during Beach last week.,Yawn's term was to Commissioner a surpI1.secnb' Russell! want a controlling interest in ."tco cumbersome." Hardy ale Public Defender R. A. IBuzzy
the relocating of U.S. 301 will begin 1 the Green Jr the
July 1964. He has Green its lone-opponent who county, Mrs. Chastain opposed re-registration $1,562 he askedas
'i The 622nd finance Co. through Starke. been treasurer of the organization said "This is all a surprisa stated. because the county, he said. Bradford's pro rata shareof
[General support will leaveat I OveiPeanllts I The council's, action should for two'terms. to me" After quickly adopting the 'would probably lose 20 per I I his office expenses. This

7 pjn. Saturday. July 27, I officially close the issue of The convention was held "There are more people in I resolution for the pieshapedplan cent of its 'voters.Attorney county's share amounts to 11

: for 15 days' active duty trainIng the "Golden Triangle" which Wednesday through Saturdayof the rural areas than in all the the board spent almostan Knight agreed per cent of the total cost of

,at Fort Stewart, Ga. When is a peanut not a pea- i House, but couldn't manage Andrews recently purchased last week at the Deauville towns in Bradford County," hour with Charles Hardy with Roberts that the county operating Green's office. Other

The unit will carry 135 en- nut? it, even with the help of t for 17505. Hotel Miami Beach. Green said, "And I intend to I in determining how he will needs a complete reregistration counties in the Eighth Judicial

listed men, four Warrant Officers "After it's boiled," says can opener. It seems that everything In other action the council Judge Yawn. is currently represent all the people as carry out the redistricting. to straighten out th? Circuit will be asked to bud

and four officers. It Congressman Billy Matthews. went wrong. also took under considera- serving as president of the our oath of office states.* Working under an alternativewrit books. He was told by Clerk get funds for the remainder.

also has 15 enlisted men on I Then it becomes a vegetable The can opener was rushedto tion, at the request of Ardell Eighth Judicial Bar Association County Attorney Hollis of mandamus issued by Charles Darby, however, that Green's salary is paid by the

six months active duty train- I -01 at least he's trying to the House floor when sev- Crosby the closing of a por- .and is completing his Knight cut short a discussionby Circuit Judge John A. H. persons) who have moved from state, but no expense funds

ing at the present time. convince his fellow Congressman tion of Adams Street directly third term as Bradford County' the board as to their various Murphree the board must re- the county and who have for an office were provided.
The unit will hold its last that's the case. eral members demanded ataste behind the' Phillips 66 Service Jude./'He is also Judge of the motives concerning the district the county "as nearly died are no longer on the Green told the board he
of the luscious contents
training assembly before camp Matthews says the idea isn't Station on U. S. 301 south. Juvenile Court and the Small resolution. I as possible equal in proportion books.

Monday night, July 22, and hiit's the law of the land. of the can that Congressman! ,Crosby owns 'land adjacent to i iI Claims Court in Bradford "You all done the best i to population," or appear "It may work that way in will have to hire an investigator

most of the training period! But it seems the law is sched- Matthews waved aloft. I the street.A County. you know how," Knight saidas before the court September 4 theory but not in practice," office and 1 clerical assistance and

will be used: to issue equip- uled to expire next year unless After the can was openedand report on construction of he interrupted the board's to show cause why the alter- Knight replied.If supplies. Attorney

ment, load office and other renewed. the "non-peanuts" passed I the city's water system was Boys Poisoned; discussion, "It's [redistricting] native writ should not be the circuit court will Knight told the board that

I equipment, and make last If the law expires, producers around the floor of the House, also given the council by En- has been talked to death; you made peremptory. grant the county an extensionto the public defender system

minute preparations for departure of "boiled peanuts"a deli- a fellow congressman warned gineer Earl Bessent of ,Reynolds While Dusting don't need to defend your action Hardy, who said he was finish work on redistrictingthe established by the '63 Legislature

cacy that enjoys wide popularity Matthews that he had committed Smith and Hills of this isn't a matter of "back to the rescue,' told the only other requirement to provide attorney services

An advance detachment of in the South [but no- a tactical error "You Jacksonville. He said the city With' ParathionTheir personalities" board he thinks he can com Hardy will face in his work is to Indigent persons is

one Warrant Officer and 11 where else] -will again be- should have kept the can should receive some relief on Commissioner Chastain, plete the work by December a state law that requires the as necessary as the state's atiorney .

enlisted men will leave July come subject to the govern- closed," Matthews was told. Its bad water situation In approximately Chairman Prevatt and Green 31. He said he would have to registration books to be completed or county judge.

i 25 to make preparations for ment planting and marketing It's a strange thing about one month when first use of parathion had, prior to Tuesday, con- ask the.courts for more time: I by February I, There When they finally got to
arrival of the main body two controls that apply to peanuts dust" to""treat1 tobacco almost since it will be to
boiled peanuts. If you haven't"grown two newly constructed aera- tinually opposed the pieshaped impossible is a special state-wide election l I start preliminary work on
days later. The advance detachment -parched, that is, up" with them, chan- tors are put Into operation. ended 'tragically for Jimmie plan on the grounds it complete the work by Sept. 1. set this November but heir 1963-64 budget the boardmembers

will draw suppliesand The Florida congressman ces are you won't like them. Councilman Carl Hurst delIvered acid Wayne Alvarez, young would make it possible for all The board's plan-man said the county will vote under : merely went over

make housekeeping arrangements hopes to persuade the Houseto Yuu couldn't expect Yan- a request from the sons of Mr., and Mrs. Donald five board members to be elec- he intends.to locate the physi- the present districts for that. : each item .and marked some

for the main approve and send to the kee congressman to really appreciate Starke Jaycees thai the city Alvarez of Route 2, Starke. I ted from fatarke, since prongs cal residence of each voter in Plan-man Hardy also sub- for later consideration.put no

body as well as inspect and White House a bill to extend boiled peanuts. pay $97 which the group lost JimmY 16, and Wayne 15, the county so that the regis- mitted, a bill to the board for discussion
from all the five districts ex- : of individual items
l for
check artillery- pieces the peanut-vegetable bill for Fearful of the outcome, dismissed from BradfordCounty' tration district lines can be $540 for reimbursement for his
on the dinner they recently were took
r to arrival I tend to the center of town. I place. Clerk Darby presented
r range firing prior two more years. I Matthews got unanimous .con- sponsored for the Miss UnI- Hospital Monday af They had formed a coalition placed,exactly. No re.-r gistra- previous work done in working I the Health Depart

of the other will personnel.The enlist .. Two months ago Rep.]. seil to withdraw the non- verse contestants. Council decided tiI'"five days of'treatment'and against Commissioners Johns tion is planned by the board ; up his three plans for re- I ment's new budget totaling
person-until Matthews tried to push his peanut bill before it was put to request the senior observation. Wayne' had what and Roberts;But Tuesday both bui. voters will be arbitrarily districting. 14010.26; Just $2 more than

nel the who time can they qualify leave for up non-peanut bill through the': to a vote. The: mood'of the Chamber of Commerce to pa.y is ''described as a "close call" Cnairman Prevatt and Mrs. changed from 'one district ,to I .Before ending its hunt fora last year's which the board
camp i i''Ho lSe"a.sn't exactly right"said from effects of the poison another after Hardy's .survey redistricting plan the commission
the $97 at the suggestion of resolution.. accepted without
(Continued ore Page 2] signed comment.
the Florida: congressman, wnile Jimmy's dose was less and.then. will be notified of adopted, then scrap-
City Registration Chairman Ruby Johns. In making her motion for A mill this year will produce
'' I ranching: on boiled peanutsthat severe. the change. ped, two plansThe first was '
Softball Play-Off :Books Still Open the Yankees tossed .aside Council also appointed Elec- The two boys were dusting the resolution Mrs. Chastain Commissioner George Rob- the "Squeeze Starke" plan 11559.61 Darby told

I New he hopes that the I trical Supt. Merrill Dees assistant tobacco at their father's farmon said she was switching her erts asked ,if it would,not be I [Plan No. 1] and the second the board compared to less
SET TONIGHT I The public is reminded that utilities director and SR 229 'Brownlee Road stand after "talking to a lot cheaper to have a complete Plan 5 was a modified versionof than $10,000 last year. The Increase
House in is better mood I I
a the city's official electrical of the people. She expressed
I near the county'line. The dust re-registration and use'that as, Hardy's original Plan 2, is caused by an approximately
i For Championship city registration books are .I and this time he won't pass inspector. He is to receive $50 I II .I applied directly surprise that the people, who I,r $2,000,000 hike in
I was
open in the City hall each I
Iful peanuts! j I per month remuneration for ir m the bag. and during the property assessments resulting
AT 7:30 Monday through Friday,
GAMES day.
i the latter job The largely from the
appoint- hydrocarbonsplant
I a change in wind direction -
II I from 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m., and : I process
AND S:45 on Saturdays from 8:30: to 12 ;Passes On Sale ments were made on a motion -' caused' some of the at Brooker.
I' .
I by Councilman J. D dtstio.blow back on them.
I noon. The books will remain|To Gold Head
I Doyle. Dees recently .resigned /They' continued dusting Until FFA Boys Attend
: open until two weeks prior to as head of the Utility Depart- i' time, and during the
I ,luneh. '
I Annual passes: to Gold Head J forestry Course
1 1I the city election on Sept. 10. I noon hour Wayne. became vio. .
I This year, for the first time j Branch State Park will go on '
I was brought to At
BHS Drama 1 July Rainfall i J lently. m .and. -. Camp O'LenoI
candidates in the city election sale. July 1,. according' to. Zane tHe Bradford County Hospital, ., y --- -'-- ,

will have a "run-off" in.a second I i DeLoach, park superintendent.1 Topping June jimmy had not.yet felt ill effects I I Four Bradford County vocational
Class To Perform : primary. Heretofore, the 'from .the poison, but agriculture students
I, Passes will cost $2.25 each For First 9 Days : are
TUESDAY JULY 23 high man in each race was and will be valid from July 1, both boys, were. .bathed immediately enjoying a week's course In
declared elected. A law passed I to remove the dust practical
forestry at OLeno
; 1963 through June 30. 1964. Bradford County receivedan j ,
In Auditorium I'' at the last legislative session I average over-all rainfall from'their skin and treatmentof i iI State Park Just north of High
Persons planning to visit Gold I Wayne 'with massive doses _
!: provides, however, that unless 1 of 5.20 inches during the first : I : Springs.
1 Head: five or more times dur-
4 One-Act Plays.es. of atropine [a drying-up a-
I a candidate has a clear majority nine days of July. If the wet Ayr- .3 -. r Bradford County Future
ing the year will realize savings -. geatl" were 'started.Jimmy .
::1 over, all others in his trend continues July. .could Farmers of America, selected
did not become ill
by a season pass since
I race, he must enter a run-off I easily top June's record of until about six hours later, by their local chapters to rep.
This Space Contributed I with the second high man. the regular entrance fee is 50 inches foj the month. when he apparently became 'resent them, are Johnny Grif-

I' The first primary will be I cents per car. 19.6 Wettest area in the county infected after re-donning theclothing BHS Shop Program Enlarged fls Wayne demons, and Ray

Weekly to Publicize held .Sept. 10, and the second I Last year 14 persons 'purchased -I Highland, where the fire he had been wearingat. Williams all of-- Starke... and-

Community Events by primary will be two weeks la- I passes to the park. For I tower reported 7 inches of .\wprk -thai morning. His This 900 square foot addi- school to offer a larger shop tonal industrial arts instructor Tommy Gasktas of Lawtey.

ter. I further information call the rain since the first of the I I I symptoms were never as se- tion to Bradford High School's program and to add electricityto will be hired to handle the During; the week the youths

This is the "big year" in park office write the month. New River close of his brother, enlarged shop The will receive
The Community or superIntendent was a ricras'' as'those shop will be ready in time for its list of courses for the program. field and class instruction -
the city election with a mayor Gold Head Branch second with 6.9 inches; Starke however. addition will cost approximately in forest practices
classes this fall to first time. Ogelsby will handle
t State Bank : chief of police, city clerk and State Park, Box E, Keystone had 4.5 inches, and Santa Pe _Jr; P, Q. ,Felos who treated according $4,000 with Oglesby to help prepare them for the

.i two councilmen to ba elected. Heights. tower was comparatively dry the. ifoys. said that parathion ,Instructor .Ted Oglesby. the electricity and mechanical I building most of the desks task of maniging. their own

..1. All are for two. year terms. '. with only 2.4 inches. [Continued on Page 21. 1 The addition will enable the drawing course and an addLP !- and tables himself. I farm woodlands.r .




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Mr. and Mrs- Richard Ray 1- ; ID1. BRADFORD COCNTY.IX plaintiff and Walter E. Smith East 60 feet to point ,''I t t.
I -; -' Nat'Guard/ and helen B. Smith. his wife; ginning thence South lOt ,
and sons of Atlanta. Ga.. and CIIANCERV.Allied I LaRue Corporation a Florida thence West 60 feet. Own: 3

Mrs. D. H. Heath of Fort Lauderdale -' _i Concord Financial Corporation; and John R. Davis I South 284 feet themL:.- '
Camps Set Corporation (Delaware), and Mayme W. Davis, his wife!, i 130 feet thence NVrtni; : ,1 '
are spending this week Plaintiff, are the Defendants. I will sell feet thence West TO t> < t t-
I with their parents, Mr. and YII.'Walter. I to the highest bidder for cash point of beginning contain.n, _
E. Smith and HelenB. at the front door of the Brad- one acte more or lo.-s and i.ing t i.; _
Mrs. J. S. Sapp and family. [Continued from Page 11] Smith, his wife\ et al ford County Courthouse In in Southwest Quart; r .f _
: ,GLADYS MOOTY: .PHONE ,W4-4451 .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson V Defendants Starke, Bradford County Florida the :Northeast Quarte o
cros.\\ 11:00 o'clock A. M. on Southwest Quarter Seat 'a
a- I- : according to CWO A. .L. :\OT1CE OF SALE at
I Jr. and children Jane i I Jr. Xotice is hereby given pur. the 26th day of July. A.D. 163 Tow o ship 6 South Rang. s5Bast' ____
by personnel::
1 and Mark, left Tuesday for -,- i suant to a Final Decree of: Fore- the following described propertyas _
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cole Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Atwoui their home In Ventura. Calif. ---- ,'".-., Capt. Drew F. Reddish said closure dated July 17, 1963, and I set forth in said Final decree Dated"' this 17th day of Juo

: and son. Gary have returned and children. Bill Jr. and Alice that he would like to than entered in Chancery Case Xo. 13- to-wit: A.D. KS. _
after a three weeks visit with Commence at the Northeast CHARLES A. DARBY C"k
237 of the Circuit Court of the
from ten days' visit with have moved here from: their Anderson the ,employers for their help ] Eighth Judicial Circuit in and I Corner of the Southwest Quarter C.erk of Mid Cfrmit C :rt
: iriends and relatives in-Geor-1 I!'Jacksonville and parents, Mrs- -. 1 for Bradford County. Florida of the Northeast Quarter By Janet N (';;rDcpuly,'"i
are residingin and consideration in
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. permit- wherein Allied Com,ird Financial : (It Southw ect Quarter. Section t- i -
I tria. Alabama, and Ohio. r the former Zora Heath attend': : 22: 'IRCriT COURT SEAL
Caldwell. While here they, it ting their employees to Corporation (Delaware) a ; Township I 6 South Range ( )
: Dr. L. H. home which Delaware is the East. run South :30; feet thence It 718SAVE I
on Morgan
Jennings, a Lieutenant Road. with Mrs. Anderson Sr.. spent '" : camp, although it is requiredby Corporation

a Colonel in the Army they recently purchased. Mr. I several days in Cocoa and law. He said that the cooperation ._ __..
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Reserve completed two.' weeks Atwood i is employed at the Merritt Island with John Anderson had been oustand- ..' ..... ..-- .. ..

of annual .active duty training ': Jacksonville NAS. j' and family, and Mrs. f. ., !ing, and everyone seemed to -

SI. tt Fort Bragg. N. C. last Sun- | Mr and Mrs. Charles Law- Eddie Schwab and family. understand that the National: ONGORGEOUSNEW

{;ay. He is assigned as a furI -! son and family and Bud Lawson !" The Anderson family with Guard was a definite part of

I "('on at the 345th Surgical of Lakeland spent the 1 with Mr. and MrsCaldwell, the nation's defense program. I

I Hospital, an Army Reserve I', weekend with Mr.and Mrs. H. '! spent last Tuesday at Silve and that the ,field training II

IS unit in Jacksonville. A. Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. W. Springs and on the way home -:. exercises are the most impOrt- .

: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn M. Morar and children of I visited Mr. Anderson's aunts, 4 ant part of the training. FIRST QUALITY

SI pent Saturday and Sunday'' Panama City spent Monday to I Miss Mamie Anderson and Motor Officer CWO Ed Cole

$ vith Capt. and Mrs. Vernon Wednesday with the Lawsons. Mrs. Pauline Stone in Archer. | reminds everyone that ther

: Glenn in Tampa.Best |I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields I I SKI and Mrs. Joseph Neal |I will .be lots pf.military traffic

S : and family of Jacksonville on the roads during the week-
Belche and children of Washington Ii i I .
I were viiiting their parents.Mr. D. left Wednesdayafter f .epd of July 27-28, and SUg- I fl
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and Mrs. O. W. White Sr., ten days visit with their gests that trips be planned ra Cottons _

Buys! i and MrsJ.. H. Fields on Sun- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. After 16 Years accordingly. L r-k
Belche in Lake Butler and I ,

.'Com. and Mrs. Fred Glenn Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell' Boys ,StrickenBy I _

IS have as guests: this week Mr. in Starke. ] Beard Retires As Head i-Ac
Ip and Mrs. Frank Thompson Parathion VALUES
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx

p a 23"Tube and bus: daughter Ga. Ann. of Colum and son, 'Terry of Kingsley! Of [Continued from Page 1] I TO 79c
Surplus PropertyRetiring
I I : Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Don- .' 9iVALUES YD.I .
S. aid Deal of Miami spent Friday I' is a highly toxic }poison that
I ((282 In. were in Tampa Thursday I
sq. picture ?pns to Monday in Nassau.Mr. after 16 years with plus Property Division of the c n be absorbed through the i iI
IS overall! diagonal) visiting Mrs. H. G. Merow.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Cook and and ,Mrs. Walter S. the Florida Development Commission i Florida Development Commis-I i skin as well as through i

SI SS Yanderlip: .tand d a u g h ter, F. B. Beard [right] of I sion. Stanley ,Crawford was :: breathing or through the
son, Charles, of Shreveport, I
S RCA; VICTOR La. will be weekend guests of ,I Dawn, of Decatur, Ga. will be Starke, is pictured receiving named assistant to Glenn. I| mouth.:> He said it affects the 5Jo -

S Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson. guests next week of Mr. and congratulations and a gift Ii Mr. Beard had been superintendent -j eruire nervous system, causing -I TO 98c :

SS Sa LADIES DRESS SALE AT Mrs. Harry Mooty. from Wendell Jarrard the of the operation for the victim to go "out of .

; AfeJfsfcfTV ;, STUMP'S. Miss ,Vida Jean Gentry j commission's chairman-direc-I 16 years and three months,' his mind" and react violently. t t
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright spent several, days this weekin tor, at a since it was first inauguratedat Other symptoms are respira-" \ I I Lovely new drip-dry cottons in beautiful

IS II I had as weekend and Atlanta and'Lawrenceville, ,I his service to the state gov-! Camp Blanding in 1947. :tory distress. mounting blood I I new fall prints end plaids. Sanforized,.

: WITHn weddin; day guests: Miss Jane Ga. ernment's surplus property I Since that time the surplus pressure, cramping and draw- -' AI color-fast. All perfect quality and

Bell : is warehousing program.Mr. I property division has moved I at Carp's unusually low price'!
Quincy; Miss Dee Huf- MrsBurge earing spending I i iiig-up of the body, bleeding

ford, Tampa; Mr and Mrs. W, .this -weekend with her Beard's retirement was i into a huge new warehouse on i horn the lungs, and finally -
I effective June 30, and he U. s. 301 just south of Starke. -
M Wa.nwright and family parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colic
I failure of the heart and kid- EL* '
was succeeded by W. Fred I Mr. Bearl was first stationed ,BRAND
: Tallahassee; Mrs. D. T. Clark, Nichols in Chattahoochee. I i, neY He said the remedy is: .
S I Glenn Jr., his former assistant, j ii at Camp Bladning with the
j Miami; Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Cliff Mendoza and daughter massive doses of atropine at'' WOVENGINGHAM

I t I Wamwright Jr., Hollywood; Kiffie of Jacksonville i as superintendent of the Sur- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.Mr. 30-minute
\ intervals until i
U :' Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos.I were .Sunday dinner guests of!
S Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefan- and Mrs. S. G. Denmark there are symptoms of over-
I Birmingham, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss i I
a .i eili of Jacksonville and Mr. 'and daughter, Joyce, and J. dosage.
a I Mrs. Jim Quincy, Gainesville; Annie. )?aty.. Mrs. Mendoza I I
a lkIiable and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli of B. Rowe attended the Furni- Dr. Felos said that
poisoning -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chambliss and daughter, Mary Beth, I
N Pace Gainesville and families ture Mart in Atlanta Ga. the I 93c
Age I spent 1 from parathion can occur
p Sealed :find son. and Miss Ruby Fu- joined their family in the af- ,
Cir Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. first of the week. While there : .. ), _' \ .. 6 9
S CUltry gate of Jacksonville; Mr. and ternoon. i in three ways: acute symptoms -| ._ VALUE
Henry Stefanelli. they also visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
I Mrs Bob McElroy and children Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Fort such as Wayne's; mild !, YD.
Mrs. F. F. is visitingMr. I E. L. Eiggs. j '
p and Mr. and Mrs. A. I.Spenc Pierce spent the weekend with I Stump symptoms hours after exposure !
I and Mrs. W. H. Thom- I !Ir. and Mrs. C. L. Harperand Nationally famous brand I New
., ._, \'!of Winter Haven; Miss Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger, and I such as Jimmy's; and and stripes.
dAep tone plaids
SS son in Monticello this week, son of Stone Mountain.Ga. -
Becky Wainwright they spent the time fishingana cumulative or chrome such |
Atlanta Sanforized, wrinkle resistant.
S jl while Evelyn Thomson is spent the first of the week I c
I Ga.. Miss Ann Hair, Lake visiting in Inverness and ss would result from exposure | 36 and 45-inch widths.
Thl ALLEN spending this week with Miss I with Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Brid-
S Series 34.B 22 M City; Larry Burnette Charles Gainesville. Mr. Pfleshinser to small quantities::: over al I
Lillian Stump.Mr. get. I ffm
Evan?, and John R. Andersonof was attending a retreat at St. 'Olson period of time. t
Mrs. Titus left Tues- '
: Leo's Abbey at St. Leo. and Mrs. Harold Beasleyof
Tampa.: County Health Officer, Dr. I
day to spend the remainder of
$ Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Mc- Mobile. Ala. have been
Mrs. C. S. Haddock
A Y. Covington. urges that i j
July with her sister Miss Ruby
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. .
dane of Decatur Ga.
and unity were in Decatur, arc :
extreme caution be used when
W.T. lalley in Paducah. Ky. From
Ga. Tsday: to Sunday visiting spending this week with Mr. Smith the past ten days.
S 'here she will go to the Meth- employing parathion and oth- ,
Mrs. Sullivan of De-
relatives. and :Mrs. George Flynn Sr., J. A.
i cdist Assembly Camp in Juna- er potent Insecticides. He advised ,
S I Mr. und Mrs. James Roach and next week at the Williams land was visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,
S X. M. Smith and relatives iuska. N. C.,. Aug. 4-9. : persons using such material ( STRIPE
and have cottage on Kingsley
sen{ returned Dr.rand"Mrs. ji.: '
Stith and to read the directions
here the first of the week.

I i I in three Vi::weeks' ir.ia. visit Connecticut with relativesi and Lake.Mrs.. Vera- Smith and sons ,.." Mrvand Mrs. 'W.:. .1 Dowling_ .vent children the past of Hyattsville two weeks,'with Md. Carefully( and comply with 'I BATH TOWEL M------Ifjj
of Dunellon last Friday
RCA were
VICTOR iia them to the letter. .
} TV } of Orangeburg S. C. and Mrs.
I parents Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mi! Than Any Other I Ip. | LADIES SWIM SUIT SALE John Neff and son of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. l ncr' Dinkins- THE RIGHT 1'011tor :'s j Luxurious "Wor.da'oft" finish: -.1'

p. Scoggins. famous Cone taills. .
AT STUMP'S. by \
Kind were Monday visitorsof MrsKate Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green I way you write. Come in and II i Extra large, extra heavy. '
j Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sink Mrs. L. S. Hutto and fam I ; $1 .
Mrs. W. H. Hart are visiting I and children1 visit d'Six' Gun I *lect your favorite Choose from 6 gorgeous colors. .

I and children of Jackson. ily. Mrs. R. P. Wright in Winter Territory and Silver Springs I EROOK Fountain Pen. TELEORAPII Matching Hand Towel...... 59c -'

0, Tenn. were Sunday guests of Wayne Kinney spent the Gaiden for several iast Wednesday! Matching Wash Cloth..29c

j Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller weekend with his cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy days.Green Mr. and Mrs.' L. A. Davis I
and I.
family.Mr. Frankie Hutto in Jacksonville. and daughter spent the weekend were in Jacksonville Sunday IX THK CIRCUIT COURT, IAD \
The COOPER and Mrs. George Kauf- Pfc. David Canova of Ans-I with relatives in Tampa. ;.o Tuesday wh re-- Mr5. Davis FOR TUB EIGHTH JUDICIAL --- U.U. -
mann and family have movel
SelIn J4-C2.1.t.I bach Army Base, Germany, is Mrs. Lois Moore was over- .ttended a meeting of the
to Ke tone Heights. Mrs.Lula '
spending this month with his night guest last Friday of Mr. "Centennial Commemoration

1.o FREE90Day Bell Parks has purchased the parents: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. and Mrs. Billy Moore in Madi- of the Battle of Olustee" at

Kaulmaiin house st 717 W. Canova, at Kingsley Lake. the Robert Meyer,Hotel on WED
Service I Cypress Street. I. son.Miss : '
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Alder- Diane Whitehead spent Sunday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. H. A. McLeod JPUIL1E
I', man of Baltimore. Md. are the past ten days with her LADIES DRESS SHOES SA M1E
S and :a:1ny spent the past ten
spending a week with Mr. and uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
; days
with relatives in Pensa-
'I cola. Mrs. L. A. Canova. and Mrs. J" P. Cannington, in Miami. McKinney of St. Pet-

1fl.i $ I I James Otto of Bay Pines will Local admittances to Bradford ersburg is visiting her aunt, .
Virginia Erwin and
i I be weekend guest of the Cant County Hospital the past Mrs. George Anderson, for
i two friends also student nurses -
I I I. ovas. They will all attend the I week include: Anita Gail several weeks. !
I at St. Luke's [
Hospital, I
C1L'lil.7 Alderman family reunion at Leach, Mrs. Gracie Thornton, Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. was.Ij / '
speni the past weekend with '
e rrv
'. Jii I friends in : Gold Head. Branch on Sunday. : Edwin H. Reagan Mrs. Edith in .Lakeland over the weekend 4' 1f
Ocala Belleview
I' visiting her son-in-law and
Sanford. Rex Nichols and Donnie Hutcheson, John Shambarger,
Orlando and Day I Duce of Chattahoochee Larry L. Miller, David Barry 1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.

tona )Beach.the Miss Erwin willspen.'l I weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. i Griff, Leonard C. Rowe, Mrs. ',i[ Lee. Nancy Lee returned with I
4. coming weekend her for week'sI
Minnie Garner, Mrs Seleata a
Burge Searing. I'
with her parents at the State I
Stilley, all of Starke; Horace
Mr .and Mrs. Louis Yance visit.Mr.
Fann. ;
Sellers of Lawtey and Mrs. and Mrs. J. T. Edge returned -, T/f
I ; f
I 1 Jr. of Atlanta, Ga. spent lat t tWf'dnesday I
. ;: irirr Mr and Mrs. Bill WaInwright to Sunday with Mr. Eunice Leath Mrs. Nellie L. Friday from a two

and three children of and Rich and Mrs. Eula Walker of I i weeks visit: 'with relatives in ,
Mrs.-1 The
D. Vining.
*t. TalUh*j see were. weekend f' ; t Keystone Heights; and Walter -, Wadley, Ala.
Serial' 34C3SMUse Vinings also have
1 as a guest I
f. guests of Mr. and Mrs. GuyS Starling of Lake Geneva. Mrs. R.
I W. Douville andi
Miss i Louise j.Donaldson of Decatur -
:: le at Kingsley Lake and j I Mrs. V. W. Strickland children
Winkler'sNo Jr.ar.d i of Pensacola are stay- ,
Ga. for ten days.
.. ,. '. -
'6 % -
attended the '
.. Wainwright- '* 1V4
1 children have returned to ing with her parents, Mr. and -

; Carrying .Charge Shaw fttddmg.. j Mr.;' and Mrs.,Dick Sieffer- DesMoines, la. after a month's I i 1 Mrs. R. H. Grider until they
of' will be ji
man Tampa.. over- p
'Mrs Olin Graves of Daytona visit with her
parents, Dr. can find a home in Jacksonville -
; night Friday ,
guests of Mr.
t r Beach as the overnight guest and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. I. where they plan to move.
and Mrs. Memtt Williams
Sunday of her mother, .Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Merle Grider of Fernandina

: t Henry O'Hara. l'while enroute toj>j Washington, and family spent last week at Beach was home Saturday to

-- Thomas Adams. William fD. C. for a vacation. the Slade guest house at, Wednesday and Lloyd Grider

Brooks and Miss Shirley Lan- Mrs. Jack Silver and daugh- I Kingsley Lake. of St. Simons Island was home H

thriL-p of Sandersville.. are I I I ter of Ja ksOnville' are spending ,! Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Parker Monday and Tuesday.

I guesu this week of Mr. and several days with Mr. and and son were in Manchester Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner
1 i
j Mrs. :iLJ: Rhoden. Mrs. Norman Willis. The Wil- : Tenn. last week visiting Mrs.i and family of Orlando are 4 / 9HIGH

I SELECTION ,OF M.ENPANTS :i Uses also had.as guests several | Ormond Parker and: attending spending this week with their I STYLED

VALUE $3.93 to( days last week ;Mr. .and :Mrs. the wedding of Mr. Parker's .
I parents Mr. and Mrs. Barney
I :;
Luther Alston and children ofI I II
$4.95. SPECIAL $2.98. at brother.
I McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
STUMP'S. I I Charlottesville, Va. vi I Mrs. Virginia McGuire of
I Conner and families.
Pfc. John Artnur Reddishleft i .Mrs. John Ljorc Wilkes and i Orlando and Mrs. Mabel Bra- I '
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bagwell 4-Pc. Sectional
Monday for 13 months : Mrs. L. L. Roane are visiting !, den of Jacksonville were weekend of
: Westminister, Colo SPEi.t
duty in Korea after being relatives in :Miami and Coral I guests of Mrs. Errol Alva-
I the past two weeks with Mr.
home on 30 days leave. : Gables. I rez. II' ,
Th CRANDAU.Strlts34C42U. and Mrs. S- W. Haisten and -
Mrs. Glen Reddish of Wilmington -I I Mr.vand Mrs. Willard Wil- I i Miss Charlotte Bradley and i ':

I Dela. is visiting Jier i{ liams and family were in Macon i I George Morrison of Leeesburg family Featuring .
Mr. Mrs.
and Charlie
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brow- | Ga. last Tuesday to Mon- :| spent the weekend with Mr. 'I i Cowen
; We Do .Our Own and visited St.
.. ard Capps and Sheriff and day and attended the funeralof and Mrs. H. G. Morrison and i family August Construction Details of Much More Expensive

I.Mrs. P. D. Reddish for two Mr. William's sister, Mrs. I family and attended the Big !1e Beach and the Alligator _
46 weeks. Frances Mann, Sunday after I i Ape Convention in Jacksonville i Farm last Saturday. Suites over .13 feet long. Solid r _

-- Mr. and Mrs. Carol Smith of noon. | Saturday evening I Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ed- Molded Foam Cushions all with Zippered 95
0..4; lor tH l..Wr.. ,
c-A( .*>c.'-..U UnF tunini can b.Installed Dade City were Saturday din- Mrs. Bernard Cohen will return -* Miss Jackie Hines of Starke !, wards of Jamestown. N. Y. '
p It my urns(OpbOn.aIIXttll)in all MW' Covers. Hardwood Frames and Nylon
RCA Victor color and matt black and ner guests of Mrs. Effie Johns to her home in Aberdeen, and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Wcodp -i: are spending two weeks with : -
V t it.TV I '
and Whit I
l TV can tie converted to-racctv; rvmets up to 4 UHF conX' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry Md. Friday after two weeks all of Tarpon Springs will return -i .Mrs..a L. Crawford.Mrs. Covers! With
p _
42i11fla1s.' Most' nti* models can be erdwed.
.Jtiin"U. /UIn el Nsw Vista UHF tuumg. haa as weekend guests Mr. \!sit with her mother Mrs. :i this weekend from a Clyde Sinclair and Trade

and Mrs- Hoist Beall Sr. and j'Wesley Andrews. Mrs.Andrews week's visit with Lt. and Mrs.'daughter! Evelyn. Joyce Den- f '
TIlE MaST nusm LAME II 1EUTtSlU. son. Hoist of Macon Ga. also had as weekend guests,' 3.V.. Woodall in Goldsboro.! mark, and Terry Barry are ti NowforaOmitedTime--Only,

Mrs. Thomas Tappy of Day-] Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews ,of I N. C. They also visited the attending Camp Chatooga. Tu-

tona Beach spent Friday to !| Bartow. & okey Mountains and BITmingiiam -! Hulah Falls, Ga.for four weeks.

: WINKLERElectric Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.S. .jl .Mr. and Mrs, Robert Barks-I, Ala. i Mrs J. R. Hardee. Mrs. "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"

W. Beckett. The Becketts Dave Partin: 'a rid' Mrs. A. S.
dale and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman -! Mrs. Edward G. Altman and .

:also had as guests the past! Register Jr. and families; children of Richmond: Va.,I Anderson of Fernandina Beaca'

two weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I spent last week at the Register. i!( and Mrs. Joe Jordan and children -', and Mrs. James Steile of Bel- : Denmark Furniture Co '

Inc. Bowman and daughter, Pat.! cottage on Hampton Lake. !i of Lakeland were first of mont, N. C. were 1astWednes-' ,

bfAnnandaleMd., f; ]i*Miv; and Mrs. Everett ,Wil- '! the week visitors of Mr. and. day visitors of. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Shellie Gene visiting L. A. Davis.
was 'Randal
Mrs -
Chitty. Jordan
234 N. Temple Ave. Mr. and Mrs.-Brad Locke Uamson. of.Live" Oak were ?!Ifl-j j . .
PHONE 964-4301 I'cay dinner guests of Mr. and -and children" also visited -- .434-446 West Call Street Phone 964-4321:
and family in Jacksonville i i Mrs. Retsie Thomas. > her parents, Mr. and Mrs- H. Zipper Notebooks $%.49 at Starke, Fla.i'l. .

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I.I I.I.I'Alderman Family ,,p I,Rehearsal Supper ,Mrs. Frisbee, 66 Service headquarters in Bradres! :: burncu during the same

I Plan ReunionFor I ford County, with" no acreage : period -" last 3 ear.
I (I Given By Mrs. Shaw Services HeldIn
bumed- Since Jan. 1 there .Rainfall reported during the

I I'I I This SundayThe "I I For Wedding Party ; Middleburg. have been 74 fires with 503.8 wtet ending Monday: New

iI I i I I I acres burned, as compared RJ\er.. 1.6 inches; Highland,
Southern Branch of the '
11'f Frazier Shaw was Mrs. Lillie Mae Frisbee. 66,
with 154 fires and ac1.5 Santa
i II ; Fe, .8.
Alderman its
GLADYS MOOT PliQXK 9W-0651 Family will hostesj at a rehearsal supper : of Mlddleburg died in a !
--_ annual reunion at Gold Head I Saturday. evening at the Gar- !j I Starke Hospital Friday morning. i,

Branch State Park, near Key- den restaurant honoring her July 12, following an' extended '

liss Wainwright I' stone Heights, on Sunday, son, Gene, and his fiancee, j illness.

ihd Attendants July 21. i j t'1ftF Miss Betty Lou Wainwright, Mrs. Fribse was the 'widow
I It will 12th annual
be the
followinz their wedding rehearsal of the late Joseph Raymond .
Feted At Luncheons reunion of this branch of the Frisbee and was a member of
Alderman family, and more i'1
Centering the T-shaped the Church of God. She was
J Betty Lou Wainwright than 150: persons are expectedto r table CaS a low arrangement *1: born in Green Cove Springs

|aS coii.plimented at a brides- attend the gathering. of ros .5, pompoms, carnations I! the daughter of the late Edward -

ald! < "uncheon on' Saturday Officers include the president !- and gladioli in shades of or-i i i and Lillis Mae Mosley.

(the Pecan room of the Gar- T. J. Alderman Jr. ot ang3 :and yellow, flanked by I[ Suiviving ire twq daugh-

iri.Restaurant, given by her I Ocala; George A. Canova of silver candelabra holding yellow ters: Mrs. Emma M. Baldre! of RCA WHIRLPOOL

I t Mrs. Carl Chambliss ,, Starke, vice-president! Mrs. ; : :f i1$ tapers. Down .the lengthof I Green Cove Springs and Mrs.

d less Ruby Fugate of Guy Williams of Palatka, sec : I the' table was a garland of !. Esther Mosley of Middleburg;

tso'.n1l1e, Mrs. D. T. Clark retary; and: Nat Alderman of :,.;.. ,:J" ., ... ivy jn; .. ; .
f'I Jtlla-ni, Mrs. Charles Darby ,:> "-j' Peeler.Ga., treasurer.In ,. ,.i.;',", ...' ,'" ''_, m" ii1 and ynlbw gladioli florets. i j Frisbee both of Doctors:Iniet: RAnGE

Starke, Mrs. A. I. Spencer | :: charge of arrangementsfor ft. ..,. ,1 : I Iz Following the dinner thai Fro and Alvin Frisbee, both of
.;. ,
Winter Haven and Mrs. N.j I '. '. the reunion are T. J. Al- 1, .. I gioom-to-be presented his attend 1
I... : .if derman, Si of Hampton Jim :, _, ,, ;.". ;,1..\... ...",. .. I ith"silver I J I Middleburg, and. Joe Frisbeeof
), .Wamwright Jr. of Holly- ': > I I ; ",._" .7'_", ,;.,.-,,!A.,,..' tIJiI I rt \\ letter openers Norfolk, Va.; two sisters:
I ,: I II Alderman, Grandin; and L. A. ; with the honored I
engraved -
food.long I : I II .., Mrs. Jennie Green of Doctors
tables were cen- -: Ji j : ,: I Canova, of Starke. Mrs. S. E. '... -., { 'i : .' : couple's wedding date.
Inlet and Mrs. Ida Braddockof
:1- : .
I t '
1'. ; ,,;' i will be in charge of the me- :. ; <:: : '
The guests included
.r thirty
:,red, witha long, low ar- .. ;;t. .' 1 1I ;! .. Jacksonville, and 23 grand- -
I .. .
.. ,,;, I morial services. Mr. and Mrs. ,:;:. members of the p -4-
ingnmnt.of roses, pompoms, A : par- children and eight step-grand-
w, j< ." ,-.' ".' I Lewis Rebarker of Madeira : ; .' '; : .
: '
mittens and gladioli in I ,. ..- : 'i. : ty, members of the immediate ; children.
aci p.CJ of orange and yellow, I' .'> r.- I Beach will plant the enter- /;:., : ': : i.jj famiiiis: and out-of-t own :!i Services were held Sunday,

Jinked by a pair of five. ment for the event. ." guests ,- -- \
;MiSs Stefanelli : July 14, in the Middleburg ,, '' -
President Alderman a n ., '. .susv.s.a' "' ..
rwiched candelabras holding ,- Methodist Church with Rev.R. -' -
Pellbw! tapers and centered ,Is EngagedTo nounced that the reunion j Mrs. Roman Alvarez -s'A's -. --
) 4 4j !''; :' .. ; E. Roberts and Rev., Luther -
would start at 10 a.m. and a c. \ ,,
f.ilh a long, low arrangsmentof : James E. Biggs f-i McGee officiating. Burial followed -
coveref-dish: supper will follow t Is ComplimentedAt ..
roses, pompoms carnations, T \4
the annual business meet- '1. in the Middleburg Cemetery : \
1011 gladioli! in shades of or- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanj j in All belonging to :' Stork Shower under direction of De-
; persons
| )26"and yellow, flanked by a elli announce the engagemeiLof ';' the! Alderman family in the is; Witt C. Jones Funeral Home
dar: of five-branched candel- their daughter Elissa -' A '* ,, ',. .. '- Mrs. Roman Alvarez was
of Starke.
; -
Ma-I' southern! states invited and ,
are '
IbraJ -- ,. stork \&*
holding yellow tapers I ria to James Edward honored at a delightful V "\
to attend reunion.
infl centered with yellow tulle ; son of Mrs. Jessie Biggs and I shower' iccently at the Pine No Fires Recorded \

jrtd liiies-of-the-valley. Trailmg j the; iate Edward Biggs of Hen- Leva 1 Church educational \

the length of the table derson, Ky. Batten Family ; build iTg.' Hostesses were Miss During Past Week

t-ere g lands of ivy entwined I Miss Stefanelli is a graduate Reunion Set I Betty Lou, Wainwright i Eugene Shaw Sue Jackson. Miss Judy HaLi- \
yith clusters of florets in of Bradford County High lop Mi&s Linda Sue Thomas Another fireless week was

atchhis! shades. School and of the Jones Business This SundayThe i Exchange Vows: In Methodist CeremonyMiss Miss Mary Bollinger, Mrs.., reported by the Florida Forest : "- '
I Thbridetobe and her at- College in Jacksonville.She I II Jimmy Reddish, Mrs. Benny' '
tennts were presented with completed her sophomore descendants of Dan I I Betty Lou Wainwright,I with fushia leaves and satin M Rae. and Mrs. Sidney Jack- -- _

ritt! b of roses:! and carna- I year of college at Murray and: Polly Ann Batten will daugliter: of Mr. and Mrs./! ribbon., son.The \.;' ___ :

idns, in shades. ot orange and I Stale in Murray, Ky. in June hoid their second reunion on I James Richard Wainwright I Mrs. Shaw:, mother of the refreshment table' was :: ',, I'N
llo& Bridal place cards : o! this year. Sunday July 21. at Gold Head'! became the bride' Or"Eugene I; groom, was attired in a soft covered with a white cutwork : '- -

ar'k'-d the seating arrange- Mr. Biggs is a graduate of Branch; State Park near Keystone 'I! FrazitT Shaw, son of .Mrs. Ffa- I blue L1'c.edress over beige, fea- : cloth and centered with a blue -'

tent lor the 20 guests. Henderson High School an1 Heights. A basket lunch zier Shaw and the late Mr. turing a 'round neckline, short I and ye';OW arrangement of <"

.ilia 1 ? Wainwright presented seved in the u.s. Navy. He will be served at 1 p.m. .Shaw, in a beautiful_ wedding i cap .sleeves. fitted bodice and summer flowers. Trays held :
I All relatives and interested j skirt.-.- She wore matching accessories tiny sandwiches, in shades of \ '. --,
tT .attendants with engravedIn completed his sophomore year ceremony performed Sunday: I I -i:,' .
I friends are invited to attend. CYmbedium blue and yellow, and cake :
and a '
trays to her matching sil- at Murray State in June. at four o'clock in '
If additional: information is orchid with orchid iced in blue and yellow Chancy \' \
the t I. corsage squares
or ".It tern. No date for the wedding has I First Methodist. Church. .. -
J 'Out-of-town guests were been set. needed, call Keystone Heights Rev. John R. Brabham performed leaves and satin, ribbons I were centered with baby I Ii i "SChoice)-

trk. Lamar Shaw, Jackson- 473-4997. the double ring ceremony Immediately after the wed- booties. The punch table was E.
ding a reception was held ,in I centered with a crystal punch
tile Reddish
Mrs. Donnie JamVa'cross. -
Ga.-fj.Miss Dee Tommy Surprise Party Tho altar was enhanced with the Siarke Woman's Clui bowl surrounded by fern and Johns of Turquose: or Pink
Has Birthday Party where Mrs. L. J. Green, pianist j j blue and yellow flowers.
luffortl.[ : 'Mis3 four floor baskets of white
Tampa; :! Ann For Janet HardyMisses '
lair, Lake City; Mrs. Ovid gladioli. anemone pompoms. ,, rendered background music j Several baby shower gamesI about this question: 9 Controls on Top (away from
I Mrs. Drew Reddish entertained .- The club house was lovely I were ewoyed during the part
; rlnett. Jacksonville; Miss Joann Scott and mums and gypsopheliaagainsta
I at a birthday party with fl:or' baskets of bridal I hours "We returned from a weekend babies fingers)
rie Peil, Quincy; Mrs. John I Cheryl Shealy entertained at background of palms ahd '
Tuesday .afternoon for henson flower(and palms, and behInd|, Tha hostesses presented the trip to find ,our home -
::opeJuiaos Birmingham Ala.; I a surprise birthday party branched candelabra holding I Lift-up Top ( cleaning)
nd Tommy, on .. his sixth ',the:"receiving line, which stood j honoree with a baby training ,completely destroyed by a easy
Miss Becky Wainwright, Wednesday evening July 10, burning white tapers. The '
'. anniversary ,at the right of the entranceto chair as a memento of the oc- fire from lightning. The
tjanta: Ga. at the home of the latter at family pews were, marked by
The cowboy theme was car. the clubroom was a trellis casior.( -
worst of it i is short
the State Farm honoring Miss white atln bows holding-clusters we are
tied out in the decorations, entwined with m .ngolia'leaves., Your i
enior Citizens Janet Hardy on her 16th an- of anemone pompoms, about $8OOO'fire' insuranceon
fend a cowboy motif decorated Guts .were: greeted at 'thedoor CYF Members
I niversary.The leather learn and our home and-contents.
ostsAt Picnic the birthday cake. fern. trailing ',-by Mrs., H.- H. Adams, Choice Ii PER WEEK
table .
refreshment was ivy. Have 'Clash' PartyThe. Last year our agent advised -
The party was held in th3 I and Mrs Charles' Darby:, auntof
Twenty-two membeis of the garage where games were attractive with a mixed sum-andtrs.ys Mrs i... A. .Ca ova, organist, the bride. :In the-receiving us to increase itwhat's -
flower centerpiece "
trke .Senlor Citizens Club played by the 12 little guests.I mer held cakes, sandwiches, rendered nuptial.music as,"the line'were Mr. and,Mrs_Watn-! Christian Youth Fellowship to say now?

"bon The youngsters were given guests assembled..and accompanied .wright Mrs. Shaw,, 'th bride:
a.d a voyage" picnic for I and had a "clash" party
esident Joe Kerrigan last j jek i. cowboy favors. I crackers The 35, teenagers dips. attending Paul"..Hutchins., 'soloist' and groom, and bridal"l'attend- 1 Thursday evening of last weekin Charley E. Johns SLADE GASm'STARliE

'! and wished him a happy Mrs. Reddish was assisted enjoyed dancing during'the who sang, .Because."I Love the Christian Church Fellowship Agency ,
", ants.The
by Mrs. Dolph Reddish. You Truly, .and "The Wedding bride's table in the'
rip to his homeland Scot- party hours 7 to 11:30 p.m. sunroom Hall! '
I PHONE I 964-0121 332W. Madison St. .
nd. Prayer.' was cover dwith a white The hall was decorated with Phone 964-3551
Kirs- Smith Devoe made abi1 BP\V NoticeThe Plans : Lamar, Shaw servedhis embroidered dacron over white multicolored streamers and the 131 S. Walnut St., '

voyage cake, and Al Greg. Gentry-Beall 'broth as best: man.. and' the I satin cloth, draped at ihe...sides 25 young people attendingwere I .
ry supplied Cokes for the BPW Club will meet Are AnnouncedMr. ushers! were Donnie James of with garlands of smilax. attired In "clash" outfits. --- -------- ---- -----------

arty. Thursday July 25, at 6:30: p. Waycross. Ga., John? Kopel-, Centering: the table was an During the party hours the

'The next picnic will be held m. at the home of Mrs. George and Mrs. James L. Gen- ousos (f Birmingham, Ala., interlocking wedding ring'cake I. group enjoyed a scavenger
.d ugust 12 at Gold Head W. Brown at Kingsley Lake try announce the approaching Jim 'rhomas of Patterson, Ga. decorated with .whlte orchids hunt and refreshments.

Lanch State Park. A covered I for a covered-dish supper and marriage of their daughter i and Richard Wainwright of small wedding bells, and lilies- Chaperoning the party were

lish luncheon wiU be served. meeting. Vida Jean, to Hoist Clay Beau.1 Starke. ofthcvalley., Flanking the Mr., 'and Mrs. Virgil Jordan,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoist Tht tilde, given in mar- rake were two_ floral, pieces
I sponsors, Miss Elaine Colson,
Clay Beau Sr. of Macon Ga. riage' by her father, selecteda campoeci of anemone pompoms and Rev. and Mrs. Bob Bad- SB ?
I 4E': The wedding will be solem- gown .of silk organza styled aypsophelia, and leather g3tt.

nized Saturday, August 10, at with a sabrina neckline'fitted' leaf fern.

. 3:30: o'clock in St. Edward's bodice and cap sleeves. The The two' punch tables were

Church with a reception following neckline, bodice and skirt covered with white embroidered JAYCEES THANK HELPERSThe

% : in the Starke Wom- featured appliques of re-em- dacion cloths over white Starke Jaycees would

i:4 i an's Club.Birthday. broidered Alencon lace and satin, and centered with silver like to thank the following

: seed i. arls. Her veil of triple- punch bowls on silver trays.' Mrs. Harriet Holzendorf] Bill

I \ i% : SupperFor tiered French illusion was secured The ?Uo tables were "also enhanced Soto, Colonial Florist and the 1ayawa0.
; Mrs. Reddish to a crown of-lace and by three-branch ,silver j city and county officials and

seed pearls. She carried* candtlabars decorated'with everyone who attended or
I Irote
: : I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish prayer:: book topped by pha- \\ and' silver wedding bells helped in any way to make

and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- laenopsis orchids tulle and with showers of tulle and IDieS-// the recent Miss Universe -, : -' ,, -- -. -. ; ," 'i'i ., '

dish entertained at a surprisebirthday velvet Laves with. showers. of of-the valley. The bride's' Luncheon a success.: 14wont
table round, with whit I
at was _a
: barbecue supper stephanotis. Her only ornament embroidered dacron' tli"over 2
the hoae of the latter on was a single strand of I State University where she

l : Bayless Highway Saturday pearls. ". gift which belongedto white satin and held a ,silver I was a member of the Kappa

evening honoring Mrs. P. D. the bridegroom's mother.. bud vase with white rOes.and Delta sorority. The groom Is

Reddish. lvy-which Is the bride's'sorority also a graduate of BHS and
John Kop'eloasos of
i Six of Mrs. Reddish's seven flower. a1 graduate of the Universityof
I Birmmsham, Ala. served her
sons end their families helped I Cutting the bride's cake Florida Law School, a .
as of honor, and
to celebrate the occasion. t were the atntsof the bride member of the Phi Delta Phi
the attendants
: were Miss Jane
I Glenn Reddish was on duty in j jPenns I Bell of Quincy, Miss Brenda Mrs.:C .rl Chambliss and:Miss international legal fraternity,

Grove, N. J., but his Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville, and Is affiliated with TheronA.
Lewis. Mrs. S. R. Johns m- '
: wife was; here to enjoy the I and .Miss' Donna awick, all Mrs.: A. L Spencer of .Winter. Yawn law firm in Starke. WOMEN'S\ LONG COATS

: affair. The guest list also included Haven, and Mrs..N. D.. Wainwright ,
: of Sta kc. Tn"
: The"matron of hon RIGHT POINT for the
: Barbara Blankenship, Jr. of HollywoOd. .Mn.
or and attend were< dressed ,write. Come in and
way yon
: and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk. Carl Lamar Johns kept the FUR TRIMMED COATS f)
; alike in a soft aqua ,shade .bride's book and presi i 1g,'at j 1 select, your famite ESTER. -
of satapeau fabric. The: gowns BROOK Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH. -
: the punch bowl were Mrs..Ovid i
Elks Club Dance featuicd a fitted Dior bodice, : '! .
Bennett, Mrs: Lamar Shaw, CARCOATS & TOPPERS
scoop neckline, set-in sleeves; '
; will hold Mis;! Becky Wainwright.Miss
Elks Club members
large soft bow
at the waist,
I their regular monthly dance and the; bell shaped kirtshad, Dee Hufford, Mrs. D nald Ca.r-: Fun For All :

Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Elks ,ter; Miss _Barbara Blank:I
i an inverted pleat- from the ship and .Miss Ann Hair, !
Lodge for members and'guests.
t 99
bow to the hemline. In their Assisting in' caring for the I SCOTCHDOUBLES 1 99

:. hair they wore a JDior type'bow guests, were Mrs. J. W.- Ritch" .I I4 29

Recent Birth of matching fabric ,and ;
: Mrs. George Huggins, Mrs. A.
color over a shoulder:length r?* Holhday, drs. George 'Miller :: : to

Cicigt Phmr $100 Bradford County Hospital ', veil of imported French silk Mrs. Charles' Sawyer. Mr : !
announces the following illusion. The honor attendant
Merrill St ith, Mrs. T. H.;
births: carried straw basket of pink Lillian
and Miss
Slade. :
Beautiful New Fabrics
Walter R. Har- ,
Mr. and Mrs.
roses, white ?
anemone pompoms -
Stump. Also assisting, In serving '
11 X !14 WALL PORTRAIT vey, Keystone Heights, a son, leather leaf fern, var- were, 'Misses. Phyllis and Laminated Crepes, Cashmere Blends '

Donald Lee, July 12. I IegaYd pink tulle, and pink Lee Darby; Jane Adams, Mar- : Wocls I :, Vinyl' Suede and Corduroys '-

3 DAYS ONLY Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. satin bows. The attendants cia Haynes; Hope Holliday, I
Strickland. Starke a daughter carried !
baskets of
Darlene Excel, July 13. den iloTers.! including mixed pink gar-asters and Vicki' Gerri Struth Mooty Betsy'Matthews, I Solid Colors, Plaids: TrI tds, Leopard

MON. TUES. WED.JULY2223.24 ,, Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Jol- anemone pompoms, pink After spending_ some time EVERY and Pony Skins
Lake Andrew, I
ey City, a son blue
roses. and yellow ponipoms with their guests the young i -

July H. I and leather leaf fern. couple left on a -weddingtripto THURS. NITE 0 Complete Size Range: Petite 5 to 11,

: Mrs. Wainwright chose for North Carolina, afterwhich: ,
Juniors' 7
Rev. and Mrs. Roman M. to 15, Misses' 8 to 1 18 and
her daughter's wedding a they will be at home at 1329 I
Alvarez the adop- CALL 964-6261 II Holf.Shes W/2 '24
I' announce champagne colored silk shantung Bessent Road after July 19. I tHow's ,
.SELECTION OF fUlL POSES I: tioii of a son. Gregory Dennis, dress featuring a bodiceof The bride chose for travelinga I For Information .

.PICTURES DELIVERED IN STORE ; born June 22.ADKINS. t' imn."rted Chantilly lace, enhanced -. Navy blue and white silk j ,
-- with neckline. .jerSey the time to choose your new fall coat
a scoop suit with matching accessories -
PHOTOGRAPHERS KOUIiMO AM>1 PM; 2 PM-S ,MCARP'S REUNIONThe I The modified ben shaped skirt complemented' a Starke Lanes I while styles and selection ere at their .

Adkins Annual Family had a panel In the front and corsage ,of phalaenopsls or- peak! Carp's new coats combine beauty, fashion "

Department Store Reunion will be held Saturday back to give the illusion of ehlds 'and'red rose buds.. AMUSEMENT and real value! Lay yours away now and : 4

,, July 27 at 10 o'clock at an oi"t>:'skirt. With this :she The bride is .a graduate of CENTER have. it paid for. by the time' faU!! arrives.BURSDAY .' ,

.Stiickland Beach. wore matching accessories anda Bradford High School and attended -. 1.I' ",.--
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Alvarez Store Graham rat -- tioned in Lincoln! Massachusetts -
Fishing Contest ; 130-Mile Marathon "" -iIt-
said, but have been sold out }, : and is assigned to

Drawing To Close; elsewhere. A ticket is required I e4f+ 1Jion News Battery A in the 3rd Missile

One Month Left .before a fish can be entered in\ Tom Moore Wins Miami BticitfRdke : I; received Battalion letters 5th of Artillery.congratulations He-

the contest. I -........ I II from both the commanding -
Rapidly drawing to a close, Leading, at present, for the t. -- I
the 130 mile inland officer of his battery and
four prizes in the bass divisionare Burning up -
the North Florida Fishing
(Contest will end at midnight Vasco Forsyth 12 lb. 12 I: waterway boat racing : plit g ound Iwsl; I I Play-off, Games: I from the commanding officer
in two hours, 27 min- of the 3rd Missile Battalion
Labor Day September '. oz.: Don Page, 11 lb. 5 oz.: utes last weekend Starke'sTom Saratoga Heights and !'!Set Tonight: For i for his selection.He .

Chairman Bill Graham an- Lewis Smith. 11 lb. 4 oz. and Moore took first place in Madison"Street'Ploygrbnhds ;Softball Champ I is the son of Mr. and
Wade Stubbs. 10 lb. 13 oz.
this week.
nounced the unlimited horsepower classin The highlight of this week's Mrs. Smith DeVoe of Starke.

Fishermen competing for In the perch division Oneal I the 15th annual Gold Coast activities t were girls softball ;; Play-off gauges for the sec- a I

the $300 in prizes have just Mattox has a 2 lb. 6 oz. spec Marathon in Miami. games between Pratt 'Street i ond half City Slow-Pitch Sal t- Stevens Receives
and Nathaniel Dyal one at 2 I : s ,
slightly over a month to catch Madison Madison :
I Moore won the 65-mile and Street. bail championship are scheduled -
lb. 5 for these two prizes. !
oz. ,National Guard
their prize-winning entries. : north run which began Saturday w F t won both,games, the first with : tonight Thursday, July

Tickets, costing $1, to enter Only one entry has been'I noon in Miami and ended I a score cf 10 to 15, and second 18. between the Garden Restaurant tots Commission
the contest can be purchased made in the bream division in West Palm Beach in one < with a score of .18 to 13. .

a 1 lb. 12 oz. shellcraeker I hour, 14 minutes, then better- | Some: .fine performances ; Terrell's Gulf, and [r John C. Stevens Jr. of
R caught by Bill Noegel. Brooker to break a three-way
i ed that time ty one minute were displayed by RUth and S arke received his commis-
i_,. Esterbrook Cartridge and Fish can be entered until \1 back ( ros 'Sharon 'cfi tie Recreation Director Frank '
Sunday in the south run Jane Ka'y t- ,j slog Sunday, July 14, upon
Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 the contest ends at midnight, to Miami even with a bad ty and Jim n Goodman.Both Owsley announced. r[ from the second
I I graduation
W95 at The TELEGRAPH. 2.
.4I Sept. start. He hit top speeds of 6:) teams seemed to enjoy ',! The first game at 7:15 will ,cuss of the Florida National

mph and averaged 52 mph the games aria anoth'er game see the Garden take on Terren's a- S{ S J Guard's: Officer Candidate

over' the course in his Mer- .will be toyed Friday; July 19, : Gulf. Brooker will pla? I at Blanjing.l .
School Camp
cury 100-hp runabout as he at the Little League 'Field i; I
4 I came in 10 minutes ahead of Walnwnghl &' Nona '.Park:' I I IWe me 'winner of the preliminary Stevens, son of Warrant
John C. Stevens, Fla
TERMITE ItiSPECTION in the second game'to begin :
!! the second place finisher in :were rained but'at these ;
Guard of Camp
his class. : ; I ParkS Tuesday, and the Thursday '' at, 8:45 pan/ i National
David 'Fenton (left) and Tom 3Ioore both 'o Starke, are '> Blanding, is a member of the
I Another Starke driver, David I i I attendance'was way down. If:Garden wins_ the play-off Sgt. DeVoe Cited r
shown with the boats they used In"tlie''lath". :Annual''Gold Coast !i b22 Ordnance Battalion in
Fenton, also entered the marathon Please me out and suppon will
they be
i I undisputed city
MORE IMPORTANT T i but failed to finish the Marathon in Miami last weekend.Moore your'neighborhood!J parks. As OutstandingSergeant I Starke and is the second
i' softball champs since they Starke man to receive a commission
: unlimited horsepor'class posting best
165 mile event when a fuel I won the Pratt 'Street 'PIanr und J also
won'the first half ; Blanding
cham- through the
pump went bad just 1% miles time 2 hours, 27 minutes, .over the 18Pmile( course. hi. the run-. .Thbugri, the Madison. 'Streetsoftball E-5 Smith A. De- I Lieut. Richard
: from the finish as he wa about with the 100-hp engine on thVtop rack.: Fenton t hit bad team beat us hi the't pionship. If either Terrell's or Voe Jr. of Starke has been I DCS program. of

THAN EVER! : leading his class the 85 luck when a fuel pump took him,'onof 'the race 1 '1-2: miles opening'game, 'we had 'some : Brooker should win however selected as the outstanding !,I H. Jockel was a member class last

,I'horsepower runabouts. Fen- from the finish. outshning'players.. These, another play-off to determine' I "Soldier of the Year" in the :! the first graduating member of :.

: ton'was running a 70 hp Mer- girls;"deserve"recognition.: They;,' the city championship will b? 3rd Missile Battalion [NIKE- :I year and is also a Batta-
I Ordnance
; cury engine. '. are'Sue'Hurst, Kelly Richards, necessitated. I i HERCULES] 5th Artillery.J i I the 622nd
I For the past three years Gainesville! homeowners of the 239 boatsrhich ir- Itioare' ran third overall and lion.
| 'Cliailene'Davis.Cheryl I Smith is currently sta
According to young Tom a Donna: Tilley; Sgt. t
have received virtually no warning ofthe 17-year-old: senior at Bradford eluded hydroplanes and 'cata- first in the 100-hp class in the l MeRae; Helen Jane J m.

I I presence of termite infestations. ,. High School 239 boats were marans. closed, course race. In his lasttry Long: and :Donna Jane Hicks. I : '-')' """ :'; -.: : ', $;"J. .\\: :l",.' '-,
'. The weather conditions have not been suitable entered in the event 15 of In earlier events this season :before the Miami event he Come out 'and I :
on support our
for the termite "swarm" the warning signal which were in his [the 100 hp Fenton took the 100 hp and ran second in the unlimited Pratt Street team when weplay1 ii-iiYdiiuM:: : ,"az djjowm} Glt t Jtt&I' tf.I.)j1;;

characteristic of this most destructive unlimited classes April 28 ,
pest. class. Moore received two plaques ,on I I horsepower class second overali again, which is next Fri- : ;
Yet serious infestations hove been found in ; for his victory in the unlimited at a meet sponsored by the ; : : f
I and first in the 100-hp v
TINCifiljls ;
hundreds of unsuspecting homes. classone for win Jacksonville Outboard Club a I day.The \Y '
I j. : class in the""Fiesta of the Five four-to-six year old pro- '" !
ning the north run and an- 10-lap race on a 1% mile.! gram was rained out this : :. i ; ,
Pensacola 9. He : :
at July
Three'years:without warning other for winning his class. course. 1 l Flags week but we hope you all will l vd.luv*-> tfi.v uCuft**. .< .
1 mean extremely The young veteran racer In the Sanford-Jacksonville led everything in that race i
may i I be back next week. HOW MUCH
heavy infestations and costly I also had the 12th best time marathon on May 30 young until the half way mark. Each.Friday night is "Fam' HOW MUCH 1

damage. I i I II total points. In the group of| ecM' LiF I ily Night" at Pratt Street I
It is perhaps more impor- with games and much fun !. COOLING I
nine Bill Adams also
tant than ever before that :i IRONS three points for the Stark a 3t planned for the whole family. 'POWER11A.-f \ rT1lIJ/

t home be inspected immediately. ; Come on out and join us. 1l1EN'S

j. w i and WOODS team.I'm hoping that the club + SOFTBALL i, High Capacity Models NEMA ) I CAPACITY. I .

f I j r championship will be completed. -' Terrell's In Men's Softball on July 9 up ta( 17,000 BTU'S, t. 0 1c
1 Gulf downed Lawtey
THISyour SERVICE IS ,!; old. Clyde Bishop Terwillegar will vie and over Har 36 24-11.. Terrell's also beat Na- NEMA certified rating --,- 0 cools large areas ui seconds rtFOR"

Ix : tural Gas on the 11th in a
holes for the
I All of I score of 1-1. and Pine Levelon
FREE your bring
/ ,, ry I your guests and support cur the 12th with a score of iks.5oq

: i A\' two fine golfers. The firs 18 12-2.
at At no charge to you Flori- i .
holes is scheduled to begin at On July 10 Garden Restau-
I da Pest Control will inspect :
i I 9 ajn. and the second IK at N v x rant belted Hampton 25-0. On WEEK
home. If there are no '
a your II
t\f Ij I 2 pjn. the llth they beat Lawtey 7-0
Et termites there is no charge.
w Homer and on'July 12 Garden dOwn-, ,
e .
1 j ,
3 3 termites are present ', '
i ed Pine"uvel 174. Last Saturday : : : :' "' ::' ?7'N': ; :: 7'V3P Jty. h.
II p1,' v FREE company ESTIMATE will give for you their a I i H Motor Parts + .wet .m. they beat' Natural Gas f.j :; EW'1;ri:1: t13: ( : 't ."High.; "Cajwcfty"! : Air;:Co dstia, !:..t: '.

t t l/ r i.I eradication. i $y HOMER WOODI Retains 1st PlaceIn 122.The ; ..Qulef.As..A WhiPOOntttlfl ........ .:.. \...,.... .., ..... ,....- ..
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l season ends Monday 1' ... r "
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i with playoffs, starting Tuesday t.; .. .. .: : ....
Summer ,
"y'l'-- .'', :- : ". ACCESSORY INSTALLATION KITS! ..rtt.
Terrell'sGulf : .
I was well pleased with our between Brooker '--=- ...:.-._..-... .; ',. :-; F -'_ ,, 1
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local juniors beating the Hyde Starke Motor Parts still a: d Garden Restaurant .. This Westinghouse High tCa- '
P Park Juniors 2.r/a-20',4 with first in the Sum-' Standing W LBrooker I .?!: r irth Conditioner gives
holds place s .; i'f I r.i'
f I for ar
Barry Firth one of the strong ..._. .-11 3 x i'tiFp! cooling ; :
I mer Bowling League this week = .. large areas in which temperatures t .:"J
contenders 'for local Garden Rest. ., 11 3 } iri :! ,t i .
CO. I i our boys after splitting four games with : '0" : '. and : ,
&CkF.NICAI.' ; i: i ," ._ I ; humidity ;
I with a fine round, 79 on the Gem Jewelry. Terrell's -julfr: 11 3 "k .lf'VIEIF-I:: ,i'c JI11ki1JVm!:! ; .IWrl.\:; '.1 ',.I/, ,' __ .. unusually high. Powerful :"' ",'
I par-72 course. High man for Motor Parts Natural Gas . 8 4 : ."1t! 4'aj:J.I! :+ .i'_'I'' ; cooling.pluspenetratingalr ; ..
GARDEN & PET CENTER ._ ..... .';'F J .. flow comfort to every ,no'
7Fine"Levt' bring
I Barry was one of the five was Bill Lovell with a 528 series Lawtey ; ; 5 J : t '.:;..::. __ -- II ,
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I boys Harold Bishop, David and high man for Gem {f. .;,.ji, . 2 10 .I": '... -. = 'O-lf i ';'i corner. even on hottest, :N" '
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539 E. Call St. Phone 964-3965 "".. . 12CHtRCH ; t ], muggiest days. f ,
I Silcox Richard Hobbs, and Jewelry was Rudolph Hutche- Hamptoa 0 j. : ',' i ,_ c--'- 1.1{ Westinghouse IS whisper- '; :
.,. .1 Mike Sheppard who won the SO. with a 524. x -r' -" .....-y;,;, K -,_- '=_. -- ._t! quiet!Come in! See how much ,..
In second place by a half .. you get from Westinghouse
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OF GOD ;ff-: : s'O: ;: ,:: -:" '
W.I... :, game is Community State I 422 .N. 'st; Clair St.Sunday f.::<":.ra'''''''.';:. '., ---,. -:;'- .-_.-.:. :-.-.. .,-<-.:...:. .".; If' for so little. money .r..;...'

Food ( "; ...,........ -- .. .... : : ... ,Jf',' ., ,....... ,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,, -.
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split : >: > "" :'Ii '
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nice 556 I School 10 a.m. ';
I Fair. Rolling a series I ,!
; for the Bank was Charlie a Morning Worship 11 a. m

a.... '. : Johns and high for Food Fair I a Evening Service. 7:30 pjn. Y- ,

:.rY was Acie Johnson with a 506: k. PE each Wednesday 7:30: p. 14 Cu. Ft. Westinghouse Refrigerator Freezer

I Pyrofax Gas dropped all m. Prayer Meeting. Friday, !

JULY four games to Russ and 7:30: pm.: L. S. Williams I '
; i brought Russ' out of the cel- .1 Separate Freezer Section

i lar. High for Pyrofax was .
) .,a A I Pat Bradley with a 555 for i Holds 119 Ibs. at Zero-

'j C I three games while D. Jones pastorWITH I
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.', i! had a 536 for Russ'. I i_ -=- L :L Zone Temperature

4f i League Standings TerwillegarSet I, ; b c ; ,.
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.u i Motor Parts . 34 9 To Defend Completely

Pyrofax -. .-. 18 2 13 :

I Corn. Bank. . 17 15 FROST FREE
Golf TitleClyde : -
... 4 Lbk ra ;I Gem Jewelry . 16 16 GelfIT'S I, ,, ,

\9 : Russ1 ......... 11 21

a' Sur 0 I Food Fair. .. ._ 10}$ 21% Terwillegar holder of r
k ( I :; I I the Starke Golf and Country I: r $100 Fi'1 Your Old d

Club championship trophy is
T i,Legion Post 56 .
on the
pictured sharpening up I

n k++ Sets Supper Tues. new itting green in preparation LIfe ; "n I Refrigerator "

$; W < ;To Host Wives for Sunday's' champion-
h ship ,match with
WAY a. I Harold, [Dish Bishop in.
i American Legion Post 56 will
t Terwillegar defeated Bill
i have a covered dish supper .
Epps for the club championship -
dk4$1r Tuesday July 23, at 7:30: p.m.
r J In 1961 and beat Bishopin AI
for members and .their wives. Laundromat
I I Post Commander Bill Haas '196?. If he wins Sunday I; Heavy uiy
: for the third consecutive time
.. 4 ii said "We will have a number
he will get to retain; the huge
of distinguished guests at this
meeting, including Department president's cup permanently r 12 LB. CAPACITY

Chaplain Bill White and Northern Terwillegar wEo has a desk GREAT 4.

.. I Area Commander, Lamar !full trophies of numerous, plays other golf -ight-golfIng I : ; Loaded with/ Features:

} Cannon of Jacksonville; also handed, but is a southpaw ,. ,.
I he Northern Area Auxiliary when it comes to all other *" Completely Self-Cleaning

.: 4) president and the District sports such as bowling and i I
k Automatic Lint Ejector
\ : president. LIFE I
District Commander Charlie I F 4 7 '
Bishop has been playing a Uses Vi! As Much Soap, I
Y r Schaefer said that all mem-
......:.. bers of Post 56 are urged to lot of junior golf in recent ..4'i\ As Much Bleach And :

1.1.1 "',' attend the covered dish dinner weeks "and has acquired a i A ; Up To 10 Gallons; Less I.
great deal of experience in ,
and their'wives.. "We will I II
bring @ Water Per Load
the past year. He recentlywon 1 ,
II probably have more guests at
I the Cecil Field invitation I Make it a fun and
'% this meeting than we will all GUARANTEED CLEANER CLOTHES
.in Elegant Mink on Soft 100' year, and we should have a al, and has won a number cf family Hfe. Ask your Gulf I r, "

large attendance he said. junior trophies in matches a- _A' OR YOUR MONEY HACK
Life .
round the state. 1
: % A short ;program will be Starke T
100 Cashmere Cashmere Coats Homer Wood. pro howAdapt-A-PIan e.a "a C. '
presented After the dinner and 2
predicts a very close match Per Month
the meeting time will be held Sunday,which could easily go fits your changing $$10 Kt i $10 I
SOFT, SHIMMERING\ BIPORT- to a minimum. I'
either way and might dependon family needs.Gulf. '
E D SCANDINAVIAN MINK IN : Drinks" will be furnished by -?*>
THE LATEST FASHION. who the edg on the
I gets
TRIM IN RICH SHADES, the Post, but members are urged I first hole or two. All membersand For the Finest Gas Service"and t Appliances call I 4

1 GRACES, THESE BEAUTIFUL .LINED WITH AN,, INSULATED to bring food enough for i their guests as well as I Ir IN I II

t 100% CASHMERE COATS. PALLINING BY MIUKIN. themselves' and a visitor or non-members of the club are!
OMINO, MIDNIGHT OR OTTER two. William Lee is in chargeof invited... to come out and follow I
arrangements. the 'championship match. ft

I If !, Terwillegar aI d,Bishop will F

f :: $79.95 $49.95 t HULBRONN: tee off at 9.ai: Sunday for i LifeINSURANCE WSTARKE

I BAPTIST CHURCH the first 13 holes, and..' at 2pm
Sunday School. lOa. m.
on the. second. 18...:
Morning Worship 11 a. m.

!nG Training Union. 7 p.m. Eve- I

Your friendly Store ning Worship 8 pjn. Prayer! Cash Paid for Good, Clean _COMPANY [lJA ] 332 West Madison Street < Phone 964-3551''
i iI Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.1-Hags. M Khatis or Wo L AB .

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V writer feels unable to teach a | ily called on the Strick1- nds !I Monday morning. This shows Conner Elected. VP.

class this year so did not at- '! Sunday afternoon. They were ; we can move around on Sunday --- ---
.', f cV_ t ttH tend the meeting. It is bad\ going by Kingsley Lake to see j morning if we want to. Of Southern Ag.J.

to come to the place in life i other relatives, then back! A few minutes ago this little I Association

,SPECIAL OFFER \\'here'e find ourself unable' home to Lake City. '. boy of mine [Jim. is just 81''
"7 ;. :: to do the work we love best. Our son-in-law and daughter \ years old came in, leaned Florida's Agriculture Commissioner

.. tr \ Well it seems that someone John and Betty Brumbelow over my shoulder and asked."Have Doyle Conner was

2 Big Days V ::{ ; [ 'made a mistake in the were visiting us and, Bet- : you got your news a- : elected vice president of tie

:r'f : date f the Associational sister and "
".. ."; '_ .1 0 ty'a Faye England ; bout writ? It seems he had Southern Association of Agrl-
<'" Quarterly Meeting. Instead of i last Sunday afternoon.
family found something outside tis
Friday Saturday j i i culture Commissioners at a
; 1ht ;i Aug. 12. 'it is July 12-or this Betty is improved in health, thought might make a good
a- meeting in Norfolk. Va. Mon
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: Friday! Starts at 9:30 a.m. in but still far from well.
I You'd what
story. never guess
July 19th & 20th j i \ : : day. He had previously served
u the Highland Church. Now we One of our faithful High- I I it was- 2& inch grasshop'Rill-'
HOURS. : i !!it,, >llf7i hope ,we have got it straight :. land members. Virgie Griffis \ per, one of those hugs spot i as secretary of the group.DEPENDABLE
V. T '"I' this time. I the sick list last Sun-
; was on ted ones, up in a pecan tree
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11 A.M.: UNTIL 5 P.M.:\ :', -t: ':; 1.t iI ___ ; There was so much church I day. We really missed her '; gnawing away at a limb. It1! THANKSV

DAILY I I .w>'f'ti.1-. ,\", .w.1J.Y'V"; k. __ business to take care of in\ since she is such a faithful was too high for Shorty to1: We want to express our sin.

the business meeting at High- attendant. Nellie Wilkinson, I thanks to each whoso
! That :
You ,
"Let Us
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;\ #> "l i il land last Wednesday that they another faithful was also un-i tookit, to the cat who j; thoughtfully rememberedus

Beautiful Portraits Are t.if < ;: ;: 7 had to postpone a part of it able to attend due to illness. j made quick \\'orkof it. Now in our recent illness and

.. ;,.... until Wednesday of this week. Liltle Patricia Knight spent i I it seems the possums have I: death of our beloved mother.

Not Expensive'No }f' 'k} l' .f Seems that business is pick- Sunday afternoon with our- left us alone for a while but :j \l\e especially want to thank

'1';''': ...:.r :J! 'f :t1 4 1 ing up around Highland! granddaughter, Anita Lioutza ] the grasshoppers are taking Di. Ritch and the staff of

,Age LimitComplete ._1 '--<.-: .-....3 1'-.<...',.;., ": .." JJI< I The fire Bradford, High School students above are members,of the summer enrichment V This Sunday at 7:30: p. m. here with Grandma and I 'II i.ar.-es ai, Bradford County

I Rev. Wynn Jacksonville a I Granddad Strickland. Even if i i o'er.We hospital.
Satisfaction Guaranteed I drama class: whichill present four cue-act plays in the BBS auditorium next Tuesday : V I had 64 in Sunday School,
former pastor of Caleb Church, Lillian and Anita have moved!
7:30. In scene from "Turn 'My 'Face Toward the East" Susan Schulman We want to thank each one
at a : by
night last
ONLY 1 SPECIAL OFFER PER PERSON EACH, will preach for us at High- to Jacksonville, they still come j I I! Sunday morning. and .7\i\ for the food and

6 MONTHS, UNLESS ADDITIONAL PORTRAITSARE I! (1-r) John Wager!Jim Lewis' 'Charles.. i Phipps- Stella. S Jane' ostello (seated) and Susan St. 1 and: Let's all come out and back_ on Sunday mornings in1,lof them were 100 per cent 'I II flowers that was done for everything us.-

John. let him know that we are time to take us to Sunday j I members. The Junior Boys i ii
May God bless each of you.
ORDERED.Get still on the map. School and church stay ,for I i I won the banner with a grade I i iI ; The famil yof Mrs. Ella Hais-

i 4 One-Act Plays Among our visitors at serv- evening services, and leave for! of 73.
choice of one beautiful 11x14 or 8x10 Sil- I I lop.
your ices last Sunday were two' home Sunday night or early! I IFOR
vertone Portrait of any member of your family.A I.
former memb Miss
rs. Debby
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selection of Camera Studies will BHS Drama Class To Perform Tuesday Phillips and son son Simeon :T: VF:_ --.:---;, I SERVICE

; i and his small Deb- .
be made for your approval Two For Only -
I die. We had not seen these WILLIAMS I Taxi
members of your family may use Bradford High School's George S. Kaufmann in which' at the door. Admission is 25 folks for a long time, and it I i Akridge Service
extra for C summer enrichment drama I two men visiting in a hotel ; cents for students and 50 cents I I
this offer. Groups $1.00 really seemed like old times to
class will present four one-act I fiiid it is on fire. This play for adults. JEWELRYREPAIRS
each additional Discounton have them with us again. \
person. plays in the BHS auditoriumnext is a humorous sketch of the ,
We learned Sunday that the
all additional. Tuesday. July 23, starting !I men's unexpected 'and untypical TTTTTTTTCLAY' Cedric
Rosier family have
at 7:3C: (; p.m. i reactions. WATCHESDIAMONDSAll
r on two weeks vacation
I Members 'Of the class who I. "Turn :My Face Toward The HILL
Roberts of DaytonaOur I and went to the mountains.
: all have parts in one of the East." by Susan Schulman i I I Work GuaranteedA.
I I was Bell's first trip to
Smallphotographer plays are Susan St. John, touching dramatization o f I r
nationally known Plus By Mrs. J. L. StdckiandIAAAAAAAALAAAA4ALAAAA the mountains and believe it
: Charles Phipps. John Wager, I Louis Braille's struggle to I C. Williams PHONE
Handling or not, she says she doesn't
will be at : Jim Lewis Stella Jane Costello have his system of reading for I j i
like them. Wouldn't have 'em 142 ;w. can st
Charge Joan Ciowley Wayne Lee the blind recognized by the
[held Over From Last Week] j if they gave 'em to her! She 9642681I
i 1 Lucian Prevatt. and Glen French Academy.
Starke. Fla.
likes the flat woods best.
: Richard I "If Men Played Cards As Officers and teachers of the ,
VAN H. PRIEST Sapp. The instructor is : V I I
: Sidney Strickland ,and fam- ...:
Friday and : Jockel. Women Do," by George S. Highland Baptist Vacation -

AND CO. t The four plays are: Kaufmann, which is dedicatedto Bible School met at 2 p.m. I.

Saturday "Sorry Wrong Number," by | the women of the audience.It .'I' Sunday to make plans for the I

5c to $1.00 Store July 19 & 20 | Lucille Fletcher.. melodrama II is a parody typifying the annual Bible School. But due i

,! thriller in which a woman actions of women at a bridge I to rain. not many were present I
Starke, Fla. overhears plans of murder on I party with men playing all the Due to poor health this IJ

the phone when she answers! parts. For instance instead of I
No Tell Your Friends ,
Coupon Necessary a wrong number, then learns I putting on lip stick a man'

About This Offer. she is the intended victim.I I would shave.

"The Still Alarm by Tickets may be purchased 20 Words or les, one time -_ .95 Memorials, Resolution! _ Se per wei

__ .. : If not'paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks np to 51 word. __. %.31
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: / Keyed or Blind Ads sjl00J Over 50 words ____u.._ fic per wore
.Each additional word over 20 03
I Display ads in Classified 1.50 per tiuA:

ea iliiy yacaflojit "r COMPAfEtARRY( / AUTO AT REDUCED INSURANCE FIRE RATES BOAT'i\V own WHY$395.00 Mobile PAY down.RENT Home.:Use? As Own low your asI I I I I tires, SALE1958 mechanical good Ford condi, good

DOYLE E. CONNER: | your car tion. Reasonable. Edgar Bur-
boat or furniture for down
2 INSURANCE AGENCY rell, Rt. 2 Box 14, Starke.
: payment. TRAILER MART
Phone 964-4501
IT \ Across railroad from
tf chg i INC.. U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468. ey's. Stuck-
East Palatka EA 8-1050. tfchg 2tp 7.18
Trip To MiamiFor 6 acre farm large '2 bed room FOR SALE- CubMe Chihau- Read The Classifieds! Bradford of County- The County
HOME house. Florida Room garage) hua puppies. Lorraine Cham- stamps
IF YOUR NAME IS| $1.14 at Telegraph.FOR .
t work shop. Good road, 3 miles I! pion, phone 9647285Itchg
of starke. Price reasonable. j iI FOUND AMONG THE RENT House trailer.
6 acre farm. 2 bed room I WANTED Christian man, no ,,CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL, Can be moved on your own jot.

TOIiIOHll/ I house, elec. conveniences, paved drinking, dependable. Gardener ;; Phone! 964-1651, J. B. White.
With the Purchase of Any Used Car in This Ad ,
V road. 3 miles of Starke.; and repair man: Nice cottage _ _ 2tchg_ 7-23:
Price 600000. and salary. Browns Rt. OFFICE 'FOR A FREE FOR SALE- 1957 Ford 4
" i THIS OFFER GOOD THIS WEEKEND ONLY ---- DURING Two bed room frame dwell in 1 Box 361, Kingsley Lake, TICKET TO THE FLORI. 'station wagon. $595. Shell Station. -
City. paved Street. Price $6.- phone 533-2381. Itchg Lawtey. 2tp 7-25
000.00.A.. WALDOSmall frame, 2 bed- K G. Duncan
J. Thomas RealtorD. room, needs finishing on interior -

I near down town area.!I SALE1 Penyan boat FOR SALE-One acre home*

*. Terwillegar's J1 F. CowartEXPERIENCED 2800.00 $50 down $30.00 with new fiberglass cover & sites adjacent to Southsifto

.--- -. monthly. :Mr. Raymond, 3646 electric 35 hp Johnson motor. Elementary. High and Dry.

USED CAR SALESMAN: Gandy, Tampa 839-2121, col Can be seen at Starke Builders $2,500. an acre. Contact BJliy
WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply;
i lect. 2tp 725B. Supplies. tfchg I Jackaon, Starke. tfchr. i
in person. Federal Quality!

Homes. chs'I. C. Holtzendorf, Jr. PRICES REDUCED to 6950. FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room, I
_ _
-- 2 bath
-- II house, utility room,
FOR SALE: One 12-ft Kelvin- HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon- Three bedroom home at 307

ator refrigerator, $75; 1st I ey in spare time, selling.Sarah W. Lafayette. Quiet neighborhood ated large inside.corner 210 lot,E.iiewly Adkins decor-St.

qsTAc22wi2sALESizzling class condition. One 32-in.1) Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -', yet in walking distance key next door. tfchr

The PtTiTE Kelvinator elec. stove, cabinet Griffis, 111 E. Washington. of business district. Phone 964- _--_. ..-

), Series tube(64-A-02 overall d.MIV ) style, $50. Contact N. C. -. tfchg.- 2881. 2tchg'725COLLIE i iI FOR SALE-Reasonabte J>rio-

Mott, Brooker, Fla. 2tchg 7-251 VACATION IN TilE MOUNTAINS I ed used Televisions. Ref zig'
%1M4IBHKT PUPPIES for sale I erators, Washers. Excellent

sales action on our new '63 Fords, Fairlanes, and Falcons has been crowdingour FOR RENT2 bedroom tin- New cottage in ?Blue Ridge $10.00. Mrs. Walter Martin. Condition. Bullington Appliances -
furnished house. 307 N. Cherry -
RCA VICTOR 4 miles N of Starke, 1-4 tfchr
used car lots with beautiful trade-ins many makes and models We've St. Apply Bradford Engin- Mountains, 10 mi from Ridge- mile off 301 on first road I
crest on paved hiway. Sleeps
eering Company. tfchg

i i priced 'em all for fast actonSale. includes choice A-1 Used Cars. inspected, d/6' FOR SALE- 14 ft. Norge refrigerator 5 comfortably. Completely furnished north of Toni Truck Stop.Itchg HASTINGS MATTRESS
with utilities. $40 per I& UPH07.STERY WORKS
reconditioned when road-tested for extra Come in 80 lb. freezer across week. Last part of Aug., Sept.
necessary your I FOR SALE- Ford ;, 710 St
: 16 tube overall diagonal top. Good condition. Also 4 ft weeks available. Write P. O. tractor, us- I Lemon PaUtk

for these and more like them. Hurry act fast while the bargains last! !! 125 sq.in. picture I II Cold Spot Deepfreeze. Can be Drawer!; A, tarke,.F1a. I ed refrigerator, used gas I Furniture Repaired,
I repaired. See at 637 N. Walnut -: range. Like new food freezer. Upholstered & Refinished
3tchg 7-18
St. 2tp 7-18 i Phone 964-7191. tfchg
't I FOR SALE- Living and dining MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

C717A FOR RENT Cottage on J room furniture. good con- ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR Innerspringa

; I Kingsley Lake. Contact Mer- dition. Reasonable. 1305 E. SALE AT BRADFORD COUN-I and Box Springs
YOlJk ritt office 9645391or
1960 Rambler Wagon C703A1962FordFordorV i home Williams 969-1331. 2tchg 7-18 ;, Call St. Phone 9649784.2tp 7-25 TY TELEGRAPH.I I Drop Us A Card tr Call

NEW AND USED-Chain UWI EA 8-3111
FOR RENT- Small two bedroom -}
$50.00 Repairs all makes. STARKE J84-SW
FOR up.
ONLY I concrete block house. Angus cattle. For sale Argentina
Lake and Pratt StreetsOneblock
Bahia grass :seed. J.
vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
INCLUDES INCLUDES from school $50.00 per Wainwright, phone .R'I l Florida Saw Co. 19th DriVe Starke. Am

TRIP TOMIAMI $$995.00 TRIP TO $$1695 LOO month in advance. Hollis] V. Starke. 2tp 7-25 I,i N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6- "I r V J "' ''
I Knight. tfchg. 1 I FOR RENT
I 3411. tfchg 3 rooms and
MIAMI $139.95 t FOR SALE: 38 acres, all fenc I bath furnished
house. Newly
FOR RENT: 4-room house :, ed. About 14 acres in cultivation -I decorated.Phone

with 2 sheds. Electric i rest in pasture and tim- \ 9642261.tfch
C694 pump ber.- John McKinney, :Electra-Tronics, Inc.i_ _ _ _
: and water heater. 6 mi. west Grai i h
HURRYVE! \ of Starke on Sampson City II ham, Fla. 2tp 7-25 i i Industrial Division, Sales, Servo FOR RENT Furnished a-

C69SA1959PlpouthV' road. $30 mo. J. L. Wynn. FOR RENT- jDesirable close i!'ice.I i Repairs 'on Motors, Gen-\ partment' at rear of store. 321

18Custom I 1960 Ford Wagon EXPECT A SELLOUT. : 2tp 7-25 1 I in furnished and unfurnished:j trators, Switching aid Con-i N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981

j V apartments. Reasonable rent. ''trols, Welders and Tools, Power, tfchg
,Fred Lang
iI j i Also an unfurnished house.I Conversion, Transformers.
Fordor Station Automatic FOR RENT 4 rooms and
Wagon, 6 Passenger Fordor, Fordomatk, Radio and I I
Apply Mrs.: Shaller, 209 E. Ad-
Service and Repairs to Afl hall Duplex unfurnished
Radio and Heater ,
Heater i ii Insurance Problems? kins St. tfchg Heavy Industrial ,Electrical! house. Private entrance. 708
i .
INCLUDES INCLUDES ,Call The .Man From i FOR SALE 10 hp Motor, 14 Equipment I Lake St. Phone 964-7964 tfchg

TRIP TOMIAMI $$895.00 TRIPTO $$1495.00 .. "TRAVEL1RS"George I ft. runabout with trailer 1939 N. E. 27th Are. G'villt,

311AM II E. LaRue, 15000. Lonzo Starling. In- I PHONE S72-12&0 i iI EXCELLENT

\ Keystone Heights! Agt For quire at Standard Oil Station,I I tfcb&.! I

Travdew Ins. Companies Lawtey. 2tp 7-18 I I i iI OPPORTUNITYOwner
to1be Tel. 473-4692 I
C721A Day I !
!Most 47S-4325: Nites. I of 8TARLITE 12-unlt

CG49A19S9 Ia mek' Auto Fire Home Business you we help you buy. Motel 4. niL north Starke 'on
Ford FairlaneFordor ,WiA. trusted ; I Par current market nIne'
1960 Good selection of new and
VolkswagenRADIO Monthly: Payment Plan US 301 would like to contact
\\n 1ee'son\ \ \ Available' for Pennies old coins: Indian Head "used 8' and 10' wide Mobile iellable couple interested: In
Gold Commemoratives Homes. :
V-S Fcrdomatic Radio and Heater Uchg. Medals V operating motel on percentageof
Red and White Foreign Coins. receipts basis.!

[ NEWLY DECORATED furnished Dearer 1t. Derrick TRAILER PARK I Address Replies To:
INCLUDES INCLUDES I D & W Auto 1-mL SE of Keystone Hta I
-' i2nnH ,apartments.. One and Supply
: Desniwd for the fifjirr. WI-c
TRIP TOMIAMI $995.00 TRIP TO $$1 005.00 'UHf'foe.....,te LHf, ter, i-,c..o:be toMII"ail < two bedrooms. Reasonable. i I 416 E Brownlee St. on Route 100 CHARLES S. BROOKING
j\ at oot =' *e':' ) n new
MIAMITake RCA .tof c","r. I"." '", S' !>-k."J Lights and water furnished.j! tfchg.FOR ... if At:!
'.Nt, TV mode.:* Be! c. rc. --,:r.renav;<" care Biadford Co. TelegraphBE
troi 1 Van oe co-vt3 I rte$ up f>4.1..t Contact 431 Center St. or I II l
., .
Mosn* me.c.! tWitt it.d S.u.E-8 room house, 4
'an.-? ,
all crun.e. he_Vista UHf"''1(.... I -phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. I, bedrooms,3 baths wash house FOR SALE ,,

i I tfchsrI : Ready mix concrete concrete
Advantage of this Bi Weekend Attraction at I :i: double carport. 212 Redgrave block, house piers, sand cement SURE TO SEE World Book
g WINKLERElectric I I HOUSE FOR SALE Spac-I!iSt. Phone 964-2201. tfchg before buying any other En-
mortar mix, rocs, steel,
._ | ious house nearly new, frame,I PEYTON cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
shell limerock
cytter roo
needs finishing on interior. local representative since 1958.
Nice location large lot. Just'I U9 S. THOMPSON ST. ; gravel, lintels. BRADFORD P. O. Box 603' Phone 9U3'i91.t .

TERWILLEGARMOTORSI Inc. ,: the thing for a large family. PHONE .!6tt155i 1 ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521. !ch'
1! $100 down. $53.64 monthly. Go Starke. tfch?
NIGHT 964-2891 or 969-1122
bedroom house
100 South 4 9-10 miles. Look i ,

234 .N. Temple Ave. : for white house on right. Mr I DISTINCTIVE FLOWEESvWe I SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE'r in Saratoga .Heights. James A.

Tami Wire,Flower Aaj where i Doyle .Conner Farm, North Sullivan. Phone 954-8084. ;
Raymond. ,
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tfchi l' tfchjTIIURSD.Y
i pa 539-2121. Collect. 2tp 7-25 : U.s. 301. tfch?

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,;.:+ On a memorable! Wednesday 'afternoon, Starke 'played host to twelve
international beauties on their way to the.- liss Universe ;contest being

staged in Miami this week. Herewith are highlights of the "beauty

blast" as photographed by Eddie Davis of The-.Gainesville Sun: 1 ,

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:'i}! >. Bb from Miss\ Belgium (left) and Miss France at luncheon staged for the I

i.< visiting beauties.

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__ ) and Mayor Chitty are speechless ,in. the face of such overwhelming had one comment: "I love it here." ,II'
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pulchritude. .

I .. .. .. .. ---. .:f. "tSL".lIitt' _Wp. Eclipse Of Sun dangerous graphic film infra-red i do not .block rays and ths New Furniture Dcwayne ager of the Cowart new store of Waldo.will be j I

"It's all. Greek" as Gus Kopelousos Starke jokes with Miss! Due July 20, those persons watching the I Store To The new store is one of ap-
Open 50 Badcocfc As- NOTICE
Greece whose remindful of Sophia eclipse throgh'such 'means proximately
) Despoina Orijetta, beauty'was. .. Dangerous To Eyes ; sociate Stores in Florida. All "o
Loren. are still susceptible to
Here MondayA are individually owned but
.. .. During the afternoon of dangerous burns* work as a corporation to enable -

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TERWILLEGARS I be covered by an eclipse of County Librarian July 22, in the old Park in its 59th year and the store BE
the sun which will cause com- Theatre building on South here will be the northernmost -

GIFT TO 3 D A V plete darkness in parts of Alaska Speaks To RotaryCounty Walnut Street.A in the stale with the Closed Each SundayOPEN
YOU Canada, and the Stateof grand opening is scheduled possible exception of Perry.
Maine, and partial dark- Librarian Bess by the owner Kenneth :M. Gibbs also owns a Badcock
ness in all other areas of the Burns, and Mrs. Virginia Gibbs for the.weekend of July store in Gainesville. The groupof
continent. Smith, chairman of the Library 26 and 27.at which time many stores stretches south to WEEK DAYS.- 6 A.M. TO. 9. .P.M.

t1 According to Dr. John W. Board were guest:speakers items will go on sale and prizes ] West Palm Beach and west to .
Club Wednesday '
Rotary -
at the
VACATIONS Perree MIX. executive direc- will be given away. Man- Fort Myers.

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serious threat to the eyesight ,
years ago. .
MIAMI of every person both adults that the ',. .. w JL. I
Mrs. Burns said / ,
and children who watch it .': '" .."'Y'. .
the library ," 1r" ?!!, .
circulation of-bOOksby ",.,
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directly. During an eclipse around t;,'.; ;
had from
: grown .. .. .
For Two even though the* dazzling rays ; >.v .rj/?*-f?
lob( a month in those '" Y
of the sun are' blocked dan- ,. j'/'ft: '
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days, to about 2,000 a monthat -' "" '
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!. : gerous infra-red rays are nev- : .: f/.,
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ertheless emitted. :Y!
She was enthusiastic over :
WHEN YOU.PURCHASE ANY NEW FORD, T-BIRD, :i,, These rays according to Dr. the library's new home in the : J II ,
.. Ferree, when focused on the Register building on' S. Walnut I r- i. x!it
FAIRLANE OR FALCON delicate retina of the eye can St, which she said would +.'. .
i cause harmful burns much the. r .R
accessible to people
be more .. ,
-pax I same as a magnifying glass
: floor. '
since it is on the .r; "
can focus the sun's rays on apiece will be
THIS OFFER The new quarters open
GOOD of paper and burn it. :to the public as soon as shel- .
I Because the retina is not sensitive ves can be constructed and I I

I to pain the victim never The books sorted out and arranged -

THURS.FRI. = SAT.ONLY I realizes he has been burned properly.. ,
: 'I j until too late. Such retinal Mrs. Smith expressed thanks +
; !: burns are incurable and the for community support.of the 3 Sr rr' n Ai

j j victim has a blank spot in his library especially to the i .
field of vision where. the burn
Starke Jaycees 'and the Boy i

Buy Your New Ford This I I scar remains in the retina. t Scouts who mo\"ed'the books
During Big
I[ There is no safe way to look and other eQUipment to the -
I directly at the rays Dr. Fer- new location last week. scu 'rrs.....rcai .....

j ree stresses. There are several Mrs. Smith said: the library .WW"M
Attraction and Take Your Vacation I methods to observe the eclipse, still has number' of needs,
however television
I including i| even in its new home. Among
I I where ever possible. Am image i these area .yerticaf ,shades to i r
:I I of the eclipsed sun can be projected eliminate"thV sun.through the'

Anytime Until August 31st. 1 through a telescope or t' Urge plate.-glasS, windows in '' -7
|J binoculars onto a white screen. the afternoon; a large sign
A simple eclipse viewer can be I, desi,nating.thp library and 1 -
|I created from a piece of card- i several substantial chairs for t New Laundry Coming To Starke :

: board by punching a round I 'persons who wish to read while

|I hole in the sheet of card- I waiting the library.. f\ Coming soon to Starke and Bradford County is a new Philco Bendix Coin Operated \Vah 'N Dry

TerwillegarMotorsy ,, board so the sua's rays are i Both speakers stressed the i Cleaning Center owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown. The coin operated dry cleaning can be
focused through the tiny hole
Ij active of
I1 j I onto another cardor similar I Friends need for of; an The Library chapter, which. .done in 22 minutes at one-fourth the usual cost. The laundry will feature single load, double load and triple

''j I white surface. they said_ would be"'Invaluable r load washers and wrinkle-free drying. The building will be erected on Madison Street,. across from

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-,. -.... -" TABKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1963 '. '.'- .
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/ ---In-u I million acres of pasture and! number of farm home, and f tary mower to control the per for IMF 6 p.m. Youth

etioi ( range. Protection against ani- j ighway accidents.Let I heavy overgrowth in their Meetings 7 pjn. Evening Ser-

Home mal [including rodents] damage 'us' all'support 'ob-'['fields. ,' vice, 8 p.m'Wednesday

: ; .. -.. .-.-_. will be needed on almost'j j jcctives of the theme, <"Inspec-.i July 24-Prayer

I five million acres. ton;; Plus Correction. Equals ,fPrJtectlon' }Methodist Church Meeting and Bible Study 7:30
The. productivity of the forest I
i View The Eclipse In Safety DemonstrationNotes and woodland can be sub-- "to promote greater j jfram 'I* p.m. .

I stantially enhanced by im- safety throughout the Thursday July 18-Chancel
The fascinating sight of a solar scar that small portion of the retina :: proving the stand on approx- 'i y ear. Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. i iI I THE RIGHT
i imately 10 million acres and I Sunday, July 21Church POINT for the
eclipse this Saturday can, unfortunately where the rays were focused, no treat- I t by, establishing and reinforcing I Tommy Gaskins and Bud School, 9:45: a. m. Morning:. way yon write. Come In and

mean permanent eye damage for ment can cure it, the warning says. By Dorothy Ross the additional seven million -i! Alvarez used the District ro- Worship 11 a.m. Snack Sup- elect jour favorite ESTER.fti -
unsuspecting children or adults who The resulting then defectof
scar causes a Home Demonstration Agent acres. I II W
view the darkened sun through colored vision which results in a blank spot I!I Bill Dukes used the Dis-j a

sunglasses, smoked glass, or exposed on whatever the eye is viewing or read- I I trict's grain drill to plant peas j

photographic film. This is the warn- ing.The i for a coyer crop. He remarked, $5OOOWORTHof

ing issued this week by the Florida only] way an eclipse can be view- I Easy Summer Meals"Summertime which furnished light to eat "I know it is late to plant I

Society for the Prevention of Blindness.In ed safely is by an indirect method, the'(!I: and the .by.Dr. I peas, but every little bit of-!

fact, the Society says, there is no Society warns, such as on a television living is easy" let's keep it J. Wayne. Reitz president 'I organic material I can put in

safe way to look directly into the screen, or by a simple projection device i that way this summer by fix- I of the University of Florida ,; the soil helps." ; "COOL" PRIZES

eclipse without risking incurable burnsof made with two pieces of cardboard. I ing easy quick meals that)I spoke on life in Burma |I Gary Martin used the District's ;: .
will give your family the food and showed slides of his trip!! rolling chopper to cut.
the eye from the sun's invisible infrared Punch a pinhole in one piece of white values they need. I there j down the rough on part of his',

rays. The threat of damage to cardboard, turn your back to the sun, I,r We suggest the following me- The Pin Curl Party was held j i I! cropland. He also is chopping; 1st Prize11.5' Pico REFRIGERATOR .
the eyes is actually greater during an and hold the pinhole several feet above t nu: tomato juice and lemon, one night before going to bed old fields he plans to use. '

eclipse because it can occur without the the second piece of cardboard. The pin- I toasted bread sticks cabbage as a respite from the businessof !

victim being aware of it, the warning hole serves as a tiny lens to focus the .I rolls, green bean casserole cold the day. The state meeting j A soil and water conservation -;!

stressed. Although the dazzling bril- image of the eclipse onto the surface of i relishes bread butter bever- serves as a. gettogetherof ;' farm plan was prepared : 2nd Prize --- 8,50.0 BTU Phil co Air Conditioner

liance of the sun is reduced during an the lower cardboard. This indirect im- i ages, cold baked pear and former friends, and the I f 01 Charles Sapp and L. L- :

age may be watched without danger' cream. making of new friends you;, McClellan. Both are using!;
eclipse the '
isvisible infra-red rays are to the Chill the tomato juice and find so' necessary for a happy Pensacola Bahia for their permanent -'
still emitted, and they are the ones that The eyes. serve with lemon slice. life.. pastures. After that i 3rd Prize --14.6'Pico Upright FREEZER
do Society urges that special ;
the permanent damage. pre- For bread sticks, slice white heavy rain we were back looking i
cautions be taken with
Sunglasses, smoked glass, or exposed children, who I sandwich bread in one-half at.the fields of McClellan's j' .
are particularly susceptible to eclipse I inch strips leaving long. Place when he stepped
photographic film do not screen out the burns. The I across aj And 196 More!
rare phenomenon is scheduled in 250 degree puddle of water and
infra-red and when I oven one-half pointed to
rays, they reach
the retina of the to occur about 4:10: p.m. Satur-I I hour to toast. [Do this the r one of his pastures and remarked ;
an irreparable
eye day and will doubtless receive wide day before.] ; "You should
coverage have
burn can result, in much the same way by television stations. Why not. Bake cabbage rolls with I seen that field it was knee !; HURRY TO YOUR PURE OIL DEALER

that a magnifying glass is used to burna play safe and view it on a special program bean casserole. For cabbage II I I I I deep! in white clover." He.went !! ,

hole in a piece of paper. to be presented ati 5 p.m. Satur- rolls, wilt fresh green cabbage The following: letter Is published -!,, on to say the grass in the >

When the burn is serious enough to day on Channel 4? leaves in hot lightly salted at the request of Lawtey i]{i i clover field is twice as green JULY IB 19 20

water until they become limp pity Councilman Wayne Mas-j|i as the other fields. With good''

enough to roll. Make th sey. It contains information' I pasture management which -

I Ev And Charlie Far Off BaseIn same cooked meat mixture erequested by the Lawtey City includes, rotation grazing, limng ;r
for stuffed Council concerning methodsused FREE! FREE!
peppers, put some ; and fertilizing pastures ;i ivvili
of the mixture on each cab by the small Florida com pay off. '!

a recent edition of the "Ev and been simmering at the back of the stove bage leaf and roll it up.; munity of Esto to finance a Stopped by Cecil Crawford's | "SNOWBALL IN JULY" 30 OZ. JUICE DECANTER

.Charlie show," those two Republican for a century. For the last ten yearswe I. Place the rolls in a baking' water system. place the other day. His cows,, Get a Big Plastic."BIoop"1 Ball, With each 7-gallon fill-up of

comedians, Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of have been plagued by a sluggish dish add hot gravy or a very {Mrs. Ethel D. Reddish were up in the lot and we : just for stopping m. NO PUR- PURE FIREBIRD Gasoline!

Illinois and Rep. Charles E. Halleckof economy with mass unemployment I little! ,hot water, cover the dish, Office of City Clerk walked out and looked al CHASE NECESSARY!

Indiana twitted President Kennedy with ana Date in a moderate oven Lawtey, Florida them. They looked in good
Negroes suffering most. The
un- [350
degrees for about three- j
for allegedly! slackening his drive for shape and I asked Cecil how FREE!
employment rate for them is often fourth hour or until the cab- Dear Mrs. Reddish, nuch feed he FREE!
was feeding. He
tax cuts in order to i
press for civil three or four times that for the whites. bage is tender. It is my pleasure to answeryour said "None.

rights legislation in the Congress.Not :Maybe the rise of racial tension can- Bean casserole Is made by letter of June 12, addressed all the feed from They the are pastures.I getting. BALLOONS, CANDY,. AND CASE OF COCA-COLA

so, says Richard L. Strout, not be ascribed wholly to unemployment i placing one package of slightly to Mrs. John Clark o I fertilized good this year and PEANUTS FOR THE with 4-quart purchase of High:
erudite Washington: correspondent for thawed green beans in Esto. Mr. Clark has KIDDIES! HP LUBE
Secretary Douglas Dillon said cas- requestedthat had! good clover so my cows PURE MOTOR OIL!
the Christian Science Monitor. "The this week. But he called it an "overrid- serole dish. Spread a can of this office forward the are enjoying the grass.

administration, so far as one can see undiluted condensed cream of following information to you:
ing element" in
here, is almost desperately appealing to problem. mushroom soup over beans. 1. There are, 83 houses in President John F. Kennedy HURRY These Special Offers End July 20th

Congress to get a move on and do some- "The overwhelming fact in Washington Bake 30 minutes at. 350 de- the community of 'Esto. Theyare. ha.: proclaimed the week of

thing for the economy," says Mr. right now is the slowness and delay grees. Top with canned fried .widely scattered. 'They relocated July 21 as National Farm JUST STOP'IN AND FILL OUT A REGISTRATION BLANK. NOTHINGTO

Strout. of Congress," according to :Mr. onion rings and cook 15 min- in an area approximately Si! ty'Week. He calls upon all BUY Nothing to write but your name! 196 More Prizes

Most\ economists Strout. "In six months of frittering, utes longer. Serve hot. two miles long and'' one Americans to observe this
that cut
is agree a ; Congress has accomplished little thatis A cold relish tray of carrot mild 'wid week and its .them, "Inspec YOU CAN BE A WINNERHouston's -'
critically needed but how to
visible. sticks, celery curls, cucumber 2. the Esto Water
Some acute problems face Financing tion Plus Correction Equals
Congress to
hurry? this
; Washington the country a sluggish economy, intolerable slices and pickles or olives Works system was ob- Protection.,"
observer asks. Nobody knows the an- unemployment and can be done ahead and kept tained through the Farmers People and Pure Oil Shuford's Pure Oil
swer to that one. The British Govern- rising cold.! Home Administration in the organizations allied .
tension. The White House with
bombarded are especially
agriculture .
ment asked Parliament for a big tax Bake; pears night before, amount of $$50,000. STARKE FLA. LAWTEY FLA.
: urged to .join in this ,
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cut last winter and got it instantly. But (Congress with pleas, and there sprinkle with cinnamon sugar 3. This 'isa 100< per cent united! effort to reduce the'; .

in our country, similar requests by the can be no doubt where the responsibili dqt with butter or oleo and loan and.is fgr. a.period, of 40 -
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administration disappeared into the ty'for inaction rests. cover:;bake at 325 degrees tinj:]years., Repayment. 'is'made bygAeia ; v- ..-' """ ;4""" ."".." ", """ ", ",.y"-. ., "' '- .r.'
House Ways and Means Committee and If you're among the millions who are til tender. If canned pears !' .on,- a, mp Wy. basts.Ratea <- whyitot, t'1ak} WQOdeGp ckels?:;'ale'. mean therkind. of nickels That Goniefrpm: trees::the raisin.\t"r': off
are used. 20-25)
mutes will 11 .
fop 3.50 minimum .
are still there, six months later. irritated and distressed by the endless usera.are '
i "A good many people feel that tax delay] in tax cut legislation, your letters I i belong enough. A 'little, .dried.. I 11 ? charg'e gar the first 3,000 :/t; emnhm, 1Jjn'Q:: ndv: the s t i p.iryg! FQr"est far Qg, isgood business for everybody And,it is ihiy

cuts and civil rights are part of one of protest should] be addressed in I crushed added for orange a flavor peel"'cjmnge.may be g.'4.non'Seven.- :citizens formed an .. ,tway: Jq keep.'t i"g. eat national! \'resource rd lenished. i : Although we malntaut:'our. o\y n.timber. ..

problem," says Mr. Strout. "The question care of Congress not the White State Council MeetingMrs. | 'lands! we buX80%'of ;the. wood{ used 10. .our rnilfs :
,of civil rights for Negroes has House.Farmer's irganizatjon\ and later invited + ".. ;" "' ; t. .. ; from indeaendent.landownors. and .farmers: A*
Jessie Young of Starke, the '
I. citizens "
of the
and Mrs.: John Douglas of community remaining to. join in order to SMy-crop! f !may.already! be/standingjp'njyour t !Jand w Why. 'don. )ail; crbHecf sonjleof .ihftSH''wnMe.nelstoofeOKlT .:
e--- .... JI ..,.... .".. .. ... _I" I Rl ... I ,1" the beds. Last time we had a I Brooker were delegates from pro v id tits largest. number of \ k.. .! ,. ;. JNFR" hiriRP o I >nPAf1ri>:J;.HP:<.:AMERICA. .Im*:_Fernand. L] a Beach.; .. lorida

patch Sam after fought Bermuda! our county State Council council attendingthe users. ,Users now total 83 in ;.,':.>'';.( ;:",,""s.<'i,,,{"<"'':..h', .Y''t'ift..;,;" .f.. .'t.-,.. "'.,";10"II .'.'h.'""'S'.,,<>':'".. "' ,,.r'-. y.,.';.'-.....)" ,.." _, >.tj'"" ",. :..'.. -l.,; -<". .. ,Co',<.,.'"" ,Si'If ",.'.ft.,..., ;1.. .......< .:.>-f', i<: ,
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grass day even meetinglasfweek number 100 ::: ; : .: : : yr .r ..1.
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DiaryBy per : .,,, f .. '. "t. ;t ; ',.
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then couldn't keep with it. at the University of ). '. ,. .. ,' "t ''' .
up 5. The of Estois ; .. ...toll 'f': : : f ; : :' :
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not incorporated, and was ', .. ,,',';' ......;.. ,(."i''f'ili ; .'::. t.. .. .,". .,. ,:.'. ':.; .' ".. ,'.:. ;". \.' ,; ...
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George Huggins is was elected president the application was filed with '''' : ; d. t." ... :. ;:" : .., : ; i -'. ..., i
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I refrigerator get an assistant to work on of the state organization. the Farmers Home Administra ..,;.: N .!. ". i$ < -. ; < '. '. <. ..'" t. fI" f', "" :,: t
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Days man constructive whole county council attended the ;: } /t } '
more or may be of Interest to you: Mrs. :. .,.' ,. ;'. y.. . .. .. ..: ; : >"if':. ,;
alike "hunt the shade" and some activities for our boys special interest group on pub '., .. > .<:
Harlan R. Ellis Farmers Home ,
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only mad dogs and new Yankee and girls than 4-H club workor licity. There she learned more Administration Beagle Building ...'' ,',.''..,;..':\J'. .:...,k<. ,.'<-{.' .. ,:. '.., .. l' .. .,.,. . ..LU .,.->' ':,l.: ...
settlers go out in the noon- FFA participation. about ways of publicizing Ex : ". < R .. .. .,-jP.
Annex-Room 7, Gainesville ".1"l :< .. ;':'::. '-' ./('. '
day sun. On most days, tension Home Economics. In Florida be : ... ( h. $4R '
will happy t* assist ; ;.. ,* ,,
though following a shower, Mowing grass at this time the group on safety, Mrs.. you if you desire any fur :t... .,.. ..?.,., ; ,,
Soon tobacco will be safelyon the temperature is a moderate I of the year is for a man Douglas learned about Medical I'ther' information via FHA. :: .t./" '".,' .'; It' ..i "f.: /.

the warehouse floors, and I II 75 or so and quite comfort- what doing dishes is for a Self Help and ways of preventing If your city qualifies under .Y'' ,. _"t'-...;;: .. ". J
then growers will be able to I able. uomanan endless job withno accidents. The groupassembled the Accelerated Public Works ; \. 10r' _

relax. Then the dangers of I future. Just looking at thestuff for citizenship weretold program you may be Me to .,..'' ;<. ., ', .. fr ..';.1" t-.<. '.
Sam got nearly a quart of seeding out is enough to that it should start at t assistance in "l." .,
wind hail or too much rain obtain some ,. .
Mayhaw jelly from a friend : tire Sam so much he hasn't home with the family. Two > ; xo. T .J.
r.ill be past, to say nothing I grants. ,.
over at Fort White and he'strying enough energy left to crank up important problems are voting I hope this information will .-. ;' '< .
barn fires which
of tobacco hard to keep from gobbling .
the mower. and the high divorce rate.
wipe out 1,000 sticks of i be of some help to you and if :4.:
can : it before Alice gets
up Children should be trained so offer additional information x d '
in minutes. 'I we can any s
tobacco back. This was a poor season Back in the early days they that they can take their placein please write to us.time ,, : .II.
for Mayhaws and there isn't had no such problem. Then society when that ". .t. .
If you have an old Ford I I much of the jelly around, but the yards were nothing but comes. Sincerely yours, ri II

tractor be good to it. as it is next year try to get some as pure sand, and if ever a bladeof In the training session Barry A. Boswell .

worth its weight in gold [almost it is a treat you'll never forget grass dared to show itself,. council members from all over Executive Secretary

). We sold ours easily and i a hungry hen pecked it' out. Florida learned how their 4 r
are still getting inquiries, as I council could be effective in r ( .
there is a big demand for aI Does the rattler ever hold At times Sam has bragged interpreting Extension HomeEconomics .

three-point hitch tractor of r[ its head about two feet up in about his ability to cook but to the public. ,

that type. I the air. as if looking around? now with Alice away he's A banquet closed the three- s f'Y k rk h, t

I Sam sam a huge snake this having a rough time of it. The day meeting Wednesday night. .
week over near Santa Fe. and first 20 pot pies didn't taste so president
In a letter this ,,week Alice | Our council was ,
wrote that it is cool at night I! couldn't tell what kind it was. bad [although they were either chairman of arrangements. In|Our Soil 0 Our Strength 4 ;;

up in the CatskIll Mountains ; although it looked like a ratt- raw or burned], but now carrying out the theme. "The Soil Conservation F r. (
ler. Sam hates the sight of them Light From Home; small paper -
where she is staying with the, + t
dropping to the j! and Is thinking of joining houses were used for place ., tL
temperature All the rain we're ha'ingshould Faddle at his daily bowl of cards. A large house with alight N E .W.S

low 40s. She needn't brag about 1 be good for the berry' Gravy Train. burning inside was the

the coolness there as lt' runners, but we hats to think I centerpiece for the speaker's By Bill !baa 4. : .. ..} 7

was 40 here last week, too-in i about the grass and weeds In The housework doesn't both- table. Spotted around on the SoD Conservation Service :r.: ; .. '

tables were candles surrounded Soil and water conservation

by roses and kerosene lamps farm plans were prepared for: ..

Ana Janssen and W. H. Noll- I
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0a < d
man. They are managing
er him at all he just looks ,7.-:.j
their land for timber produc .
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out the window and does n t .r" .
tion. The use of firebreaks to .
OR10 see it. Of course the windowsare "
the woodlandsfrom .
help protect "? .
.Q THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH getting pretty scrimy. but wildfires and other wood .'1 .
he has the answer to that-he .. r r
land improvement practices ". .
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ESTABLISHED 1879 just opens them. # .
LV. are included in their farm Jf ,6
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oyt1 plan. "Florida SoU and WaterConservation h '," "tu '" .
Out little Puddle Jumper Needs! Inventory'"
1961 2'f.?
[Volkswagen] is scooting states- To conserve the state'; .
round for 33 miles on a gallonof vast timber resources, essen .r .
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EACH THURSDAY AND. ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE gas and as it is air-tooled, Bally all of the forest and ,.' ,. "fM..".
it doesn't even need water. woodland should be ,. ....... .1Z'......,<. .
POST OFFICE: AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT Or. MARCH s. is?. acreage I :., +-, '" .'" "
We're not complaining mind protected against fire and infestations -!j y ... '., ..
IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $150 'SIX MONTHS $2.00 you but I wouldn't it be dandyif of the ]insects and .."..3-.: : __ .... ; ',,'="' ,. .fi<' .7. ..

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $!.OO SIX MONTHS $2.25 someone could invent a car diseases that destroy growing i '.' ;_ "'..." >;>.4";: .."_' ,. .",, ..'. .. .", t f...,: .>..;."_-1-"<-,' ..
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that used a lot. of water brequired' tit trees. i., ", ...f'o.,.. ....,. .. .. .,. '.... ';' '.h., .- ,.. '. c'Lc y ,. .....,...".... ...., : / .
no gas! Fire protection also will be '\': .. .. '"-,. ;. -. '..." ""'-.- _.. ._..... ... .... ". .. _'v'"tl'.h. .. ., .' '. ..:....'", _1',, ".ij...,.,.. .

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: I vacation in the Ba- j Edward: Varnes, Jimmy Rye. David Rye has been in the

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Reports IncreaseIn Special Meet MELROSE hamas.Mrs. Allen Taylor and children -I GRANDIN : of'Grandin. and Charles Sikes I hospital at Pearl Harbor with \

Circulation I of Griffin, Ga. went to San- : a severe case of sunburn that

By Mary K. &haeffer'LA.kALkAA4AAAAkAAAL4AA&.AAAAAAAAhAA4AA4AAAa !On New Charter By Sirs. Alice KothhammerYYTYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYY1 of Springfield, Mass are '1 Br Cliarlcyene Drantley !! ford Sunday to visit Mr. and : he got while enjoying a visit
her and
visiting parents, Col.
: During the months of April, i Mrs. Horace Fennell. ,! to the beach in Hawaii.
I I Mrs. Ralph Stevens. J I \A. AA a&.AAA&AA..A 1
and June the Clay
May 1 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mas"and Jimmy Rye and Melvin
1 i
The Keystone Heights Town Miss Nancy Vermuelen of
and 1 The
Public Library women of Trinity Episcopal
County -
i Mrs. Callie Rye, our postmaster children went to Miami Crumbus were business visitors ,
JUST BEYOND nnnt, N. Y. recently spent I branches circulated 10,722]! Council, at its regular meeting Church and Mrs. L. E. : Jacksonville spent the week has returned home, over the weekend to attend I

The urge to do the will to tmee weeks with her sister books, an increase of 3.500 on July 9, authorized a : Harris will be hostesses at a : with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford. : from the KIrkland family reunion. in Jacksonville Monday. ,i
:Mr. and of'' DoctQr's Hospital and:! is :;, I Mrs. Ruth Reed, and Mr.
I for 7:30 Mrs. Cecil
public hearing p.m. Boyle
strive Mrs. Eddie Raynor of last j coffee in!
over the same period year. Thursday July 18, back at work in the post office. Those visiting Weldon :
July 22, in the Clay Electric Columbus, S. C. spent the week i and Mrs. Gilbert Reed of Lake
WThe glorious thrill of being: Lakeside Cottages. Around 400 young peopleare honor of Mrs. Jean Chance at :Mr. andMrs.. James !
=- alive; Ij |I Mrs. Mary Nelson of Hill- now members of the Va- auditorium for the purpose of j the home of Mrs. Harris on at the Kelley Caoin. :and family visited friends Sapp in Brantley !at! the V.A. Hospitalin Swan left last Friday: to visit I
: Lake last week were
To want Tomorrow, come j: crest entered Baptist Hospital cation Reading Club, and the I. discussing the new town char i I Lake Geneva. I' :Mr. and Mrs. Jack McElveen'ind Middleburg afternoon.Mrs. : lelatlves in Afcren Ohio. \
i ; Sunday Eugene; Brantley Mrs. Lillie i
.. sun or rain II I in Jacksonville for surgery on library is finding it difficultto I. ter. !' The Melrose Public Library f children of Hartsfield S. 1 i Roxie Clough returned I and I J. C. Weeks of Key West
Brantley and Rebecca! ,
r Faith to go forward a i i i Monday, July 15. keep enough new books to The meeting will be to inform I sponsoring a summer Art : C. visited Mr. and Mrs. Max to Douglas Ga. last Thursday ; Rev. visited his family over the
Travis. He' is lots
summit to gain Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Parades meet their needs. Circulation the public prior to a Club directed by Dr. Ambrose Kingand'family. |I after weekend.
staying Mrs. Vira better and Hopes to be home
That's just beyond. and children of Ocala has' shown a marked increasein referendum on August 12 and Dr. Snyder and six students Mr. and Mrs. Roy Samson i !
Herring for several days.
spent the weekend with Mr. the Orange Park branch when voters will approve or who are majoring in ele- have been visiting with :Mr. i i i in the very near future. PAEAN BAPTIST CIIUKCIIGKANDIX

A star to guide me throughout and :Mrs. Gil Parades of Lake this summer. reject the new charter, passedat I'! nuntary education at the University _and Mrs. H. R. Murphy in Orange : :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rye and j Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp I' FLA.
family leaving July 19 '
the session. on : and children in Trenton
years, Geneva. The Parades men are The library personnel wishes the last legislative of Florida. The club Springs. 1 I were
Someone to- love. and may- brothers while their: wives are to thank all of those who The council also authorized i l meets on Monday and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. James Hodge by jet plant to return to the last weekend to attend the Rev. Paul Travis Pastor !
USA after
be. tears. sisters. have so generously donated its auditors. Bradley & Trip-j afternoon at the Parish :Mr. and: Mrs. M. Hodge of Im- j beingin Germany ; Martin family reunion. I Sunday School, 10 a-m

Lord, while I tread the Rodney Paul, John and I books, time and effort toward ictt of Green Cove Springs, to I i I I I House ana: about 30 students Ii \ mokaleeand Mr. and Mrs. for the a two-year tour of dutyin II ::.n': and Mrs. John Herringand Morning Worship, 11 a.m

earth below, George Allen and Richard the county library system. make a special audit in order j'i| Ibm ages 6-12 are now at- Wesley Tyler and children of Frankie Army.Cox of Melrose Is' girls of Gainesville, and Training Union, 7:00: p. m, i

:May I always seek- and Jerry Mooneyham attended They urge each citizen of the to determine the town's fin- Jacksonville were recent guests David; Hen ing of San Ber-! Evening Service. 8:00: p. m.

but never know, the Big Ape Convention in county to stand behind the library anCial position at the present 1 i i I sending. of Mr. and Mrs. John Tyler. j spending a few days with Mr. I ji nardino. Calif. were visitingMrs. Hour of Power, Wednesday

What's just .beyond. Jacksonville Saturday evening. and continue to work for tim The last regular audit i iwas 1 i I I The Catholic Club of St. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Levine ,i and! Mrs. E. J. Hutson. i Callie Rye and Mrs. Vira night 8:00: p. m. "

-Helen Phelps made in December. Williams Church will hold a Levine of'!' Charles Sikes of Griffin, Ga. ;
and Benard
While on a tour of Florida, its improvement.Those I steak I \1
The above poem, written by Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Buddenof who are not already There was considerable discussion -, supper at the Keystone Newport, Ky. have been visiting i is visiting his grandparents
Mrs. Helen Phelps wife of Beth Page, N. Y. spent a members of the Friends of the of the proposed purchase Heights School on July 27 Rev. and Mrs. Norman Le- ; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Sr f

the late Prof. George Phelps. week with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Library:: are urged to contactthe of property next to the I from 5 till 7. for:: a couple of weeks. I ff: : Health Facts '
Winners of the Melrose Duplicate vine.Mr. ; Those attending the Horseman's f >:;.'..."tJ, '
was submitted by the Key- Raynor recently. Mr. Buddenis library and join at this post office. with 160 ft. front- and Mrs. Elwood Schu- ,. ...
Bridge Club for last I Club in Palatka last
stone Heights Woman's Clubto a schooldays chum of Mrs. time. age on Lawrence Blvd., for use I iar and children of Maryland j jt ;t/ 1i; -- It is truly a great thrill to own a new I Ih'i1

the Florida State Federa- Raynor's son. Eric Romandi.Mr. by the city. It was not definitely week include the following: I t nave left. after. spending sev- j j Saturday night were Mr. and ;y t \ home, new car and color TV, but what I

tiGn of Woman's Clubs' competItion and Mrs. Wesley John-' Funeral Services For decided, if the city acquires -I Mrs. Emory Cooper and Mrs. ,( traldaya with her mother !I Mrs. Edward Hutson David :. ,: ; happiness can these things bring with
and It the whetherthe R. P. Vogh first place; Mrs. Zan and Christine Brantley.i,
re- property,
spring Mrs. Pearl Wingenbach.
son were hosts at a picnic H. A. Whitehead Grainger. Glenda I ;1 out good health? Some one' has welt said !
..ceived honorable mention. We swim and ski party at their buildingnow standing on 1 G. M. Allen Jr. and Mrs. Albert Sandra: and Larry Parks of
"we health to wealth then
congratulate! Mrs. Phelps on summer home on Lake Genevato Held MondayHerbert the property will be used as a I Spires, second place; Mrs. Jacksonville were recent guestsof Grainger Mr. and :Mrs. Irving I spend our get i iI

jOier ability to express so beau- members of the Jacksonville city hall or removed from the Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill-, Carolyn and Irma Jean Ti- Ormond, Mrs. Lucile Terry, Dr. Bo linger have to, spend our wealth to regain our I

tifully s uc h a beautiful Outboard Motor Club site. The question of whetherthe yer third place; and tied for j I Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Linda health., ; I
Gator Alfred Whitehead son.Plans Hubner, Lettie Wise, Murray Countless thousands suffer needlessly and die
thought. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. BifiLee city will purchase the fourth place were Mrs. Ro are being made for a many ,

With so many of our local were special guests of the 80, of Keystone Heights died property at a figure not exceeding land Bryan and Mrs. Mathewson camping trip for Boy Scout I men. i i before there time because they did not consult a

organizations Inactive during host and hostess. in a Starke Hospital Friday $15,500 will also be and Mrs. Walter J. Gro- i Troop 109 Melrose, and all Communion. j Chiropractor before it was too late. '\

the summer, there really isn't Mr. and Mrs. Edward Szy- night following a brief illness. decided in the Aug. 12 referen- lick and Miss Sallie Mansfield. :I, Scouts interested in attending The Rev. Lee W. Heaton I Instead of looking for a new miracle drug we need to

much to write in a column but manski and their eight child- Mr. Whitehead had been a dum. All qualified electors Roy Fisk and his sister, Mrs. I II the event should contact Vis&r. !i! discover the benefits already available under Chiro- t

personal news, which is whatwe ren of Wilmington, Del. are !,: resident of Keystone Heights may vote on the charter question Elsie Muma spent several days :I Lloyd Baldwin. The Scouts will practic care.

will do. We hope that everyone Szymanski's for the past 11 years. He was but only freeholders will I Vacationing in Orlando, Tampa leave the Parish House on the .
visiting Mrs. parents in England. April METHODIST CHURCE You will need to see your Chiropractor eventual1rI -
born London. -
will remember tel- vote on the property issue.
our Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. and St. Petersburg. f evening of Aug. 16 and will

ephone number 3-4127 and Nelson, at their home on Lake 12, 1883, the son of the late Mrs. Bea Cooper memberof I j Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Olson !1 return on the 17th. No regular MELROSE I I Delay Starke only the courts Chiropractic disaster.In .Health Center is located at I
call us to report out-of-town Geneva. Mrs. Szymanski is Charles and Anna the Clay County library of Haines City are the parents weekly meetings will be held Rev. Kenneth W. GrIffIth ,
426 N. Walnut Street (
visitors, vacation trips, etc. the former Sue Nelson. Her Whitehead.He board, was given a commit- of a baby boy, John Webb, II until the first Thursday in Pastor
Personals was also a Vestryman of ment that the Council would I Insurance Cases Accepted
sister, Mary Lou [Mrs. Fred corn July 12. Maternal grandparents September. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
St. Mary the Virgin, Episcopal include $840 in its next budgetfor I \ '
Mrs. Marguerite Grennan Hartman, also of Wilmington are Dr. and Mrs. John Worship II a. m. \
flew by jet to Chicago on July i Church in Ridgefield Park, library purposes. Webb of Melrose. TRINITY EPISCOPAL .-- -- p w .I'
and her four children were "
10, where she will vacation fora New Jersey and a member of The Council agreed to accept I I
Visiting recently in the CHURCH MELROSE
visiting the Nelson's last week. Lodge Number 1506 B. P. O. E.
the John Bird
month or so. the two families development home of Mr. and Mrs. Dock
Enroute home of Ridgefield. He was a member Sunrise Park into the KEYSTONE HEIG HTS MELROSE
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biehl .i met in South Carolina at I of St. Anne's Episcopal ate limits of, the town.It corpor-. II Tison and family was her sister -I Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy .. II
two children of Cincin-
and a motel for the night. I Mrs. J. A. Owens and Sundays 10 a. m. ChurCh
Church of Keystone Heightsand
nati, Ohio came last week to Jack Haberstroh was scheduled was decided to contact i family of Micanopy.I I School. 11:45: a. m. Morning

visit with Mrs. Biehl's parents for surgery at the Vet- a. member of the Vestry. the Soil Conservation Service I Susie Hodge of Ft.I Prayer and Sermon iFirst EUJSINESSDIRECTORY I
Surviving is his widow: Ma-
office at Green
Cove Springs
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Zike. eran's Hospital on Monday I Myers is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1 Sunday, Holy Communion]. t !if I
thilda Fox Whitehead of Key-
The Zikes have number of for study and long range plan- I _. _
a this John Tyler. p.m. Episcopal Young Church- -
15. It is hoped that | ---
stone Heights two daughters:
; ning to correct problems of
children in Cincinnati and operation will make everything Mrs. Edward M. Bleha of Keystone load and property damage a- John Cox returned from APPLIANCEST i GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS it itTilE I
this particular daughter was Winter Haven after
right, although he may have G. spending NO-TICK TO mnnKiis
Heights and Mrs.
Sent; as a delegate to see howMrs. to remain hospitalized for -a round Little Lake Keystone as two weeks with his uncle and I The Board of Public Instruction .- V Service CenterJ.
Carfagno of Saddle Brook, the result of heavy rains. i.I of Bradford County, Florida -
Zike really was after herTaad time hopes that I aunt, Mr. and Mrs..,Harry Rid- e Plants
yet. Everyone KennethE. will receive sealed bids
New Jersey; one son: Tax Collector Sara McDonald Keystone Heights
accident, when she reQuired everybody's friend, Jack, will d'litg. RI fcS .....' :<- 4.( 1 I tIi\}, Hoard Room of th" &aid K. TIlES, Proprietor I
Miami I
Whitehead of
requested that steps be Hoard, for furnishing of all labor S Garden
over 50 stitches to sew Authorized Motorola Philco Supplies andFurnitUl'e Restaurant:
like himself Mus Idell
be Bryan daughter
soon feeling Springs; one brother: Charles taken to name and number I I and materials' to construct:
up her cut leg. She [the again. of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bryan, Addition to Bradford Coun- Sales and Service W. E. Flakes OtvnerMgnSpecializing
G. Whitehead of Brooklyn N.f
I some lots and streets in the I
find Schools
] pleased to
daughter was ty
Personals Y.; three grandchildren and i city to facilitate propery descriptions -I and Miss Brenda Tomhnson, Southside Elementary School Service On All Makes 8 Duralite and DuPont In I
.she [the mother] was doing Mis.Carol3"n .\ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starke, Florida
Porter and ;
I i Mrs. L. P. six greatgrandchildren.Services which now carry TV RADIO STEREO Point Blue Plates with '
line and she could send a I. Tomlinson, both of Jacksonville All bids for the project will ,
Koch of Miami, auntand ; held in st.Anne's .
were long legal descriptions. 2 o'clock Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
be received until p.m.
Fresh Vegetables
ood report to relatives in Cin 0 Wallpapers Painter'sSupplies
are visiting Miss Nancy -
cousin of Mrs. Gloria Episcopal Church at Council agreed to install a July 25, 1963 and then publicly
cinnati.Mrs. B'galowe.' I opened and read in the Board Keystone Heights, 473-1651 (FOLD BKEli
last week visit- at
Murrhee. spent Keystone Heights Monday water fountain in the city \
J. T. Reagan of Warner ing the Murrhees. This week, 10:30: a.m. with Rev. WilliamW. park for the convenience of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sapp I Room.Plans, Specifications, Instructions Open From 6:00: A.M. Till-?

Robins, Ga. and Miss Jean Gloria's! mother Mrs. Francis Worstall officiating. The participants in the summer lisited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. to bidders and the general AUTO SERVICETerrell's Zike'sDecorating At the stoplite Keystone Ilgts. I
McMann of Barre, Vt. spent I Sherouse last and conditions and form of proposal I .
Smith and her brother | Sunday,
body was sent to Newark New creation program.In I be obtained from the Architect 1-
the weekend of July 4-7 with Davis of Macon, Ga. are visit- Jersey where burial was SChed- order to facilitate trash !; friends in Williston Tuesday. may, A. Robert Broadfoot, Jr., f
'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle onJake j Mrs. Pearl Wingenbach and I 5557 Arlington Road Jacksonville Shop Lake
in? t1'p Murrhees Mr. and I! uled for Wednesday in the collection, Council announcedthat i Gulf Service Brooklyn
Keystone. Murrhee'and : | Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Schular 11, Florida.
Mrs R-chard i George Washington Memorial. all trash must be placed Two sets of plans and specifications Keystone Heights
Mrs. \V. R. Steele of Syra- children. i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral in cartons in order to be picked nnd children spent Saturday may be obtained by I New & Used Tires RestaurantSTEAKS i
jue, N. Y., and Mrs. Henry I i I and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. any'general contractor making a t
W<> tee where Miss Gloria Home of Starke was in charge up by the truck. the office From $3.00 Up All Sizes PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECIALIZING
set at I
I $25.00 deposit per
Lottman and Mrs. Fred Lott-
I Dick Ostrander and family in
Smith, daughter of Rev. and I of local arrangements. I of the Architect which deposit Lubricatioa Batteries Acces. IN
man of Amityville, Long Island Mrs. J. R. Smith, is workingfo Orlando. will\ be refunded to general
I contractors submitting a bona OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M. SEA FOOD
were over-night guests I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagg- I
Dr. Sarah Lou Wells. been friends of Mrs. Lee's priorto
me fellow-teacher in the Lake fide bid when plans and specifications
Si Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle Belotes Drug Store is similar -j 1 City Schools. She mentioned her marriage when they liv- ::1' iund Sr. are visiting Mr: and I are returned in good Keystone Heights, 473-4279 'INSURANCE ORDERS TO' GO -

last week. when they were en to Hollywood and Vine in i that she was a cousin of Zee I ed in Green Cove Springs a Mrs. Moe Haggland in Ne- condition. Deposit checks must AUTO STORE 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplite

route to South Florida.Mr. I that if you stick around long Tolles. number of years ago. Mrs. Lea sraska, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill be Public made payable Instruction.to the Additional Boardof ,

and Mrs. Wilbur Neal enough, you will see someone I Belated Announcement I was then Miss Mickey Fogarty,j Hagghmd: in Chicago. They complete sets of specificationsmay Western Auto Keystone Heights

Entertained at their Santa Fe I you haven't seen for a long | Ivlr. and Mrs. Herbert P. La- he school librarian. She had- I, will also visit in Indiana be- be obtained by contractorsand Murrhee Insurance
material dealer making a Beildler'sHoliday
Lake home with a chicken time. We: were happy to see Mee of Tallahassee are the i n't seen the Simerals for ten t fore returning home. |10.00 deposit per set at the office Associate Store \

barbecue on Wednesday, July ( Mr Tluo [Blanche] Kirby :i proud parents of their first I I vtars. The two families enjoy- j Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moore I of the architect, which dePosit -I I I. Appliances-Major Small Agency Inn
10. Guests included Mr. and!\ and her two children. and Mrs. i i ed picnicking, swimming, and ind sons spent a week's vaca- j will not be retundablP.-'I.- i 'I
child born June *
-a son- on | ditional plans may be proturi-d Auto Accessories, Tires, I
Mrs, Sandy MacArthur of Fer- Jim Hanna, from Lake City,'! Jl at the Tallahassee Memorial I bjating on the Simeral beach 'tion in New Orleans La. and |i upon payment of cost of rpro- ., atterie l. I! RestaurantFomerty

nandina. and Mr. and Mrs.I having lunch there on Monday! !i or Lake Brooklyn. !Biloxi MISS.Leonard j auctions which will not bs re- i General Insurance
H\ spital. The boy has been \ I'I t ilundable. All plane and epeci- : Sporting 6oods, Bicycles.
Frank Tamm, and Mr. and I of this weekThey had been named Richard Maurice. He is i I j Xtws from St. William's .! Riles of Palm fications, regardless of method I. Hardware, Paints, Ga.rdenj I Fire Casualty Bond Lawrence's Dinette

Mrs. Leo LeBlanc of Keystone i toisit! another child of Mrs. also the first grandchild of I I Due to the fact that Father Beach is visiting Mr. and Mrs. i of procurement, shall be return. :I I COMPLETELY REMODELED

Club Estates. Kirby's who was at Campi Lawrence and Velma LaMee of '' Doughte had previous commitments : \V. W. Addison and family. i I II i| ed(7)to days the after architect bids are within received.seven I II Supplies.KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Allied Lines OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull

Mrs. Schriefer of El- Montgomery. Blanche is for- I' | Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Keener j .
Harry a
i Keystone Heights. i the Parish Picnic I 1 A certified or cashier's check I. Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285! Dinners Lunches -
i and children and Mrs. BetteSt. I! or bid bond properly executedin Ala Carte Italian Foods
Surprise visitors at the home I, Picnic has been cancelled for Electrical Contractors -
a sum not less than 5t% of
Amour, sister of Mr. Keen- I
I i i 1 Block North of Red
of Mr. and Mrs. William Sim- base bid payable to the Board Light \ I
j'j! coming Sunday, until a I i"r, of Houston Texas, are I 1
... eiul on Sunday, July 14, were i | of Public Instruction must accompany -(Jackson Electric Co. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
later date. There just aren't { visiting their mother, Mrs.' each proposal as a''
and Mrs. Jim R. Lee of MILLWORK
Mr. that the bidder will ELECTRICAL Co.NTRACTOR
.. Talahassee: and their two I enough Sundays- or any oth- .j Ernie Howard. j promptly guarantee enter into agreement House Wiring, Electric Range!I j REALESTATE

children. The Simerals had er day, ,for that matter, to try Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell i to 4o the work and furnish a ,': and Water Heater I ,
I I and children of MicanQPY visited : performance and 'payment bond ': Repairs I i ,
I 'III in the sum not lees than 100% !General Electric Repair Work C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
"BOSS YOU In the home of his aunt, of the contract. Each proposal : Keystone
Call 1
"Toby" For All Your '
<** vt1 1 :Mrs. Dock Tison. and family. I IMrs. when submitted must be clear-i
II ly marked on the cover with j Electrical Needs t|
: Hattie McElveen )
II I the bidder's name of the project i Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4975 REAL ESTATE
TELLTHE \ Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Newman j I The Board reserves the right Millwork Shop "
3 I of Spartanburg, S. C. were recent to reject any or all bids, and FARM SUPPLIESC. -
to waive any informalities. TeL 473-4297
guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Board of Public In- I I," CABINETS DOORS Keystone Height

FUNNIEST \ 4 Eugene Sapp and family.Mr. strnction of Bradford County. I| & L. Feed Co. WLVDOW FRAMES: I

and Mrs. John Perry 7-4 3t.718JVOTICK Florida. I SCREENS Winifred H. I

spent several days with friends C. 1L BURKHALTER, JR.
Trim Material
STORIES!" m Tarpon Springs, St. Petersburg I : OP APPLICATION I! FEEDS, CRAWFORDBeg.

Sarasota. and Tampa. FOR TAT DEEDS FERTILIZERS Sub Madi To Order Real Estate Broker

Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwrightto <*. 194.10. F. S. :
Keystone Heights 473-4285 Lake Properties Acreage
that R. L. Batten the holder of Earleten I Ranches Busted city
has filed "
the following certificates .
said certificates for a tax TeL Melrose Homes
OR 5-5163
schedule things. deed to be issued thereon. The :; NURSERY "We Take A Personal Inter
However, that Steak supper I certificate numbers and years of .
is to be held as planned on issuance the description of the FLORIST In Your RequiremenUifidway
property: and the names in .
This young man shows a good sense of Saturday evening, July 27! | which it was assessed are as' : Keystone Heights j

This is good news for where i i follows! ',, Edna Williams Nursery Stock Thousands Of I UelroeeIHway
Certificate Xo. 2S Year of Is-
eke can one get a steak supper j uance 19 blDescription. 'i Plants & Fruit Trees, To I 21-Open Sunday.

direction by: laughing at the boss' stories. fo' $1.25and a child's plate j jl of Property Lots | FLORIST; -NURSEBY Choose From. Nice Shade Trees OR 5-,.1
6. 7. of Elk 20 in X-Reno S/D ,
wl for 75c? Another goof featureis FLOWERS
S{>('. 21 TIS R 22 E. :: i Evergreen* & lAndscape
He also shows good sense by using our that the supper will be held I Name in which assessed WI- For All Occasion I!S. E. McKay, Realtor ,
i Plants AU In Plant,
at the School Cafetorium lie Mae PowelL j (Containers, .

[Keystone School so that ever -I'' All of said* property being State In i,Ifelros Phone? OR 5-2331 Anytime See Our ,Plants; .Fort!iiL4ts Lake Lilly $500.
the Count of Bradrord. !
drive-in Service. It
convenient savestime. one will have "elbow room."I of Florida. 'I GARAGES I'. Quality. Let Us Do Your Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake .
:30 Unless such certificate or certificates C2775. Terms Investment tracts
Serving will be from 5 pjntiJ -
shall b* redeemed ac- I! Landscaping. iI i iJO.
F FJ 7 ticket from i large enough for several lots -
p.m. Get your cording to law the property described HILL'S GARAGE I I
any member of the Catholic I In such certificate or'I' I access to wide sandy beach.
Club. I certificates will be sold to the PAINTING I. BODY WORK I C. Carnes Nursery Use for recreation while hold.
I highest bidder at the court Electric and
The church grounds are un- house door on the first! Monday' AcetykneWelding I i i2S ing for Inrestment. E-Z Terms.
: del going some improvements. I in Month of August. 11(3. which I Ii. | ML East Of Starke On 2 Bit CB furnished cottage on'teantiful
$ I is the 5th day August... 1S63. Radiator Repairs
I New walks will preserve shoes Dated this !Uh day of June, !IlH-y 100 At Floranome, Lake Hotchiwo

MIMiEft F. D. L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH which have suffered from sand 1883. 24-HR. WRECKER SER'ICETailored :! Business Phone 6S4-5663 $7,000. Terms.
CHARLES A. DARBT. Seat Covers & Trim
damp grass.You are ,
Clerk of Circuit Court of Keystone Residence Phone 684-5520 Keystone Heights Fla.
to use the church parking lots Bradford County Florida.
I (SEAL,) 473-4465, Ntte 473-41W Night Time' and 7 to 8 ft m. 473-4S18
'- ._--. _. u i and not the vacant lot across '-:1 It 7-18 .J

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: Dinner and PartyA

birthday dinner and party .
vere guen for W. E. Bigham i ,1111 ti'1.I :ICI,. _
and c;t. Lester Hardee. Jr.
of Atlanta, Ga. Saturday nightt 1. 1 .

Mrs.the Lester Bigham Hardee home. Mr.Sr.and of u l RIB END ROAST LOIN END ROAST X.J

Jacksonville Mrs. R. K. Big-
m n
ham and daughter, Linda of J
Gainesville! and Sgt. and Mrs. / __ -J &11;<<

Lester Hardee, Jr. of Atlanta, __

guests.Ga. were the out-of-town

Garden Club Meets
The Brooker Garden Club a

l.eld their regular monthly
meeting at the Community 1
Center Monday night. Mrs. W.
B. Mizelle! of Worthington was QUANTITY RIGHTS
in charge of the program. Shegave I RESERVED L
a demonstration on the
j _
"making of French Poodles" ri': 4r" 71 }
-'-- -
The members are also busy I m : I
petting driftwood ready toj:
make flower arrangements at i: 1

taeir next meeting. Mrs. E. j I WHITING _
Kleinman was hostess. ,. .
Mrs. Dohia Prescott returned CENTER CUT ROAST OR

home Monday after beinga BLUE RIBBON
patient in the J. Hillis Mil- I I|I FRESH L669c :
ler Medical Center in Gainesville > : r .

for several weeks. i GROUPER ... .. BEEF
Sgt. and Mrs. Lester Har- >

visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. j' FRIED '
Bigham, Jr. and family this *t a AO

week. I PERCH ;" GAME HENS LB. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Register FILLETS "
and son of Jacksonvillewere
the Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mis. J. H. Sullivan and .

lamily.Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Baker Illinois Markeyand and I|' DELICIOUS LONGHORN MILD CHEDDAR .' DAINTIES I I lB. 69 k

Waycrcss Mr. and Mrs., Ga.J.were M. Markey visiting of !:i i I CHEESE LB. 59 :!

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
recently. II 24 SLICES TO THE POUND MILD / -
guest of Miss Marla Moore I ALL
last week at Kingsley Lake. LB. : DRm T
Mrs. Mattie Sowell was the cuP : MEAT BEEF --
guest of her sister, Mrs. Bedie mm : r ftVR-rJ II
Conerly in Hague from Fridayto CHEDDAR SHARP STICK CHEESE 1ICKLB 55 LEAN .

Monday. Mrs. Sowell and
Mrs. Conerly attended churchat : -r
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Saturday Shady: and Grove at Little near Trenton Springs FARMER SKINLESS- :rLB B'EEF PORK OX MIX '

Sunday.Gainesville They on business were also Mon In ALL MEAT fR CELLO, 53t /EM 19 :l .

Sandra and Debbie I r ,,
Sorrells: of Jacksonville are \

visiting, their grandparents, __ + ___ PLUMROSE : r
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Dyal this

Miss Patty Bigham has recently ymiinmimNmnimmmiiiiiiniiimimmiiiim 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111l1l11[
finished a 30 hour
course at the Patricia Stevens 5 HOLSUM PICNIC TREAT CREAMY BIG eDi"NERS
Finishing School and Career I BANQUET QUALITY FROZEN ..
College in Atlanta. Ga., June I ; oi,
15 .t<.' July 1. Miss Bigham I : 111 1 i PEANUT BUTTER. 58 I
took courses in personality. !I 0 9 0
make-up, dramatics wardrobe.I I
and visual While in Atlanta e;
poise. -
I .
Sgt. and Mi's. Lester Hardee,

Jr.Congratulations!!! "STOCK FOR g ,: LIGHT MUIfI Tlf NA 15AN. 2ft ;

Congratulations to Mr. and UP AND = G CD
Mrs. J. R. Matt on the birth of SAVE = '

a daughter, Emily Elaine on =. FYNE-TASTE OUAU DELICIOUS 5
July 10 in Alachua General '

Hospital.Clran-Up Week Successful APPLE SAUCE. 81 OZ.$IOO

KtFEAsi6il 3 mI00 CAN
The Town Council and Gar- ESE 0 c
den Club wishes to thank all r
those that did their part in j
making clean-up week a sueI I .. .. .
cess. Let's continue to work to- ': LIBBY'S MIXED VEGETABLES ;

?completely ether until finished.the project is \ lIBBY'SCHOPPEDBROCCOLI LIBBY'S SUCCOTASH j 10 $100 F -== S 'GHETTI & MElT BAL1S324ozI00 ..==....

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Notice l Is hereby given that
the undersigned, under the pro-
vlilons! of Chapter 20.953! Lawsof PIES EA. 1 E' 1 I rc K cKln4. FOODFAIR' 4
Florida Acts of 1941 will t 115TAtdP
register with the Clerk of theCircuit i o
1 '
Court, in and for Brad- ,' 1 FR EE EXTRA S 1{ PS t 1i
ford County. Florida upon re- tS GR U stor 1 '
elpt of proof publication of MER N
hili notice the fictitious name I LADY FAIR REG. 29$ ,whtnK rtO"d Ealr s

JOII.VS under which SERVICE we1! are engaged STATION in, ( 1 lAlq 'BURGER tt0 / COFFEE 49t
\l Ainef at intersection! of ANGElFOOD CAKE 8 DY. 25 1 jTil MIroww ? CAN
Florida.Highway 18 i 5J1, Hampton SIZE I l 1 ,ownitn-.oauu,sroult a raa.u w.rr i .

John and Catherine Van Kooljergen. _
311 X. Clark St. P. O. _
toz 65S, Starke, .Florida sole rrrt. ,
wners. r
Dated this Sth! day of June
A.D.: 1"3 at Starke Bradford SV/EET/ JUICY RED : J :.-. I \

7-4 County 4tp, 713XOTICK Florida.: / ". i'' a
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OK .U' I.lr.\TlOX : lUSCIOUS 1 t :
FOR TAI1KKI) 1 r. yr -
t\ee. IW.ie. F. $. .
NOTICE IS HEKEBT GIVEX. 'i s'y cr 1 IIi, 1 1
hat Carl llarton the holder of
he following: certificates has
fled\ said certificates for a tax PEACHES .B2C .
Led to be issued thereon. The y 3 t =a !
ertificate. numbers and years ,
.r issuance the description of
he property, and the names in ;I '
\hlch it was assessed are as \
ollow: ;
Certificate No. 8! Year of Is- \
uance. 1961.Deserlptlon. I WHITE OR BLUE DETERGENT

>10 Ft. Sq. in of SB. Property Cor or XE1 1 A MOUNTAIN 1'

::arton.x.All Name R/TT' in Sec which 14 T assessed 8 S. R. 22 J. E.C. FRESH GROWN. SNAP BEANS 2 Las.29\t FYNE-TEXK' 19 .

of said property being in :
he County of Bradford, State of 4t ...... I
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e redeemed such according certificates to shall law : + ] MercbMts. m' 'mmEril t I I 'rITI 1kKhaflt: I I:'h1DI itllydlants II'{:tl 1' :!: I 1 ,
It' property described in such 1 1 I '.: I II' 1/
ertificatea will be sold to the S : : GREf7tTAaVti1' : I r /s1a>ars : I I '.tw : I tRl 1iS11M>ti ,
on the first Monday
i Month of August. 1963 which r .r+ GREEN STAMPSSitiaSet I I" ; t [ GREiH STAMPS ; : GREEN STAMP !? I 1 GREEM STAMPS I # GREEN: STAMPS I :
the 5th day of August 1963. I F 1NIDC1IiIS moon ANI stiuausl of 1 wm MS cggroN IMKHAH gr WON iw cogron AM ruioiMt or : 1 ma cowroN MtouM vUOi I I WM. Ml cocoa HO MKNMI Of I
Dated this 24th day of June, A 1 :\ Rewlo. 1 I ; 1 i 144 IQI- : : J .c.. 1
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'S3.SEAL. CLIP & EXTRA \ f'l : ; 'l\J\ 1Jvee! 112 Or I'lgl. 1 14 Oi laid
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Clerk uf Circuit Court of M UOOIOH TO VC STJJtfS CO H irrwmlraullaDYSr.aoDalaIoM..... SUMPS toj,ce -rout PMCMAK. 1 ...tiOI1IOC1Q tNf$Y..s to'J WIllI I : SWIPS YOU wwtpa NICSI. : a wl-ONIOMOvrt1101111c14ttrt.rouru.cratO ...... :
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S .YTYYTTYTTTTTTTTTT I!, they ale better at this time. ''week. I spending 'wo weeks with rel I' Mrs. Elmer Wallace. I'! in the office of the Clerk pf I j I Executor of the estate of- 965. I Clerk: of <"ir< uii I t'nun -if

1 Mis.) Annette Padgett spent :, Mr. and Mrs. L. A., Crosby atives lie:re I j jWe J. L. Fleming of Live Oak. : said!. ,).JSS Court, or,on a or decree before''Pro August con- j! deceased.A. Rubie line. Poppell Perkins, ,; (SEAL) I. Bradford County F1rda I
Bayless Hiway Monday night as the guest of :j jier ,and daughter, ,and Mr. and I are glad that Mrs. Lavon :j I and Mrs. Giles Tompkins of fesso will be entered against: R. SURLES, JR. -27:! 4.U;

\ I. sister, Mrs. Catherine' Mrs. Leo Richardson and chil-' Crsby was able to return Jacksonville were recent guests ,i .rou. Attorney. for ExecutorP. I,I I
WITXESS my hand and the O. Box 1135 -
.. -. Mrs/O.: Sapp a;>d Mr. and Mrs. Eldonj] di-en .visited_ .the- Alien Halls home last Friday after under- of the E. W. Thompkins f amily. j! !leal.of. said Court in Starke. : Lakeland. Florida I .

By E. 'CrOsby&LAAAAAAAAAAALAAALLAAA I app a I the Sapp's Santa Fe : and the Fred. Broadweis in.,", going ;surgery in Bradford j ![ Florida,' this 3th" day of" June 1-t H ,-:; I I i _

Lake home. Jacksonville afternoon, Hospital. Mrs. Thelma Brannen ofLake Ui3.,! :
Sunday County
| I
I ;Mr. end Mrs. Forrest Crosby :Lloyd Padgett.and,daughter:, Mrs. OE. Crosby, and Mrs. City, and Mrs. B. Johns :, CI"1k: r Circuit Court Brad. TAX IIIID: ___ _

The monthly meeting'of the and litue Lena Thomas of Orlando ate dinner at. the ..Hillcrest'I ', Joe LeClair were in (Jacksonville of Lake Butler were weekend j| ford' County, Florida. >>t"t". 1SM.18 F. s. .

young: people was' held at the were dinner guests of I: Eaptist 'Church in Gainesville : lat Thursday. j guests. of .the Warren Bloods-I I i; By: JaAet, Deputy N. Carter.Clerk: that XOTICE Carl Harton IS HEP.1WGTF.the holder of, :,111-I 1.-I

chinch with Mr. 'and Mrs. Jer-' :> his! paients. Rev. and Mrs. C.i last Sunday and visited his i iI ,: Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis! .worths. .}. 'I i (SEAL) the following certificates has.'
Dyal: leaders. About 25 ., 7-4 filed did certificates for a taxi,
ry A. Crosby last Sunday. Lena 1 I father that afternoon. and children of Mississippi are | Among those attending: HOTII I deed to be iud thereon. Th 1 I

young people attended this ; stayed with her grandparents I H s& Linda Lyons is spending : spending t'o'"I.eeks vacation' church services from out of > certificate numbers and yearsof

electing and plans were discussed -! for :a few days. I'I this week with relatives in with his Barents,;Mr. and Mrs. town were, Mr. and Mrs. S.I| M.4KK APPMr.TIOFOR OF I\TE\TIOV TO the issuance property description and- the names of in __ __ _

''for Youth Week which : A'.s.: Catherine Sapp of Albany I Jacksonville.We :, :Err.eiy Lewis, and her parents, Schaeffer of Wabasso. Mrs. I! In-'Re" !:,-'IX.U.Estate'niARGK of : I follows which :it was assessed are as !|Lb: : -. : -: _

will be observed soon. Water- Ga., and Mrs. Lloyd I regret to learn that :Mrs. Mr. and Mis. Carroll Atkinson ,,I Thelma Brannen of Lake City, |:. RubleMae,: Poppell Perkins, Deceased I Certificate Xo. 16 Year of Is* '

melon was served after the I Paugett and daughter, Annette Doris Middleton is confined to j j of Brpoicc.r. i I! and Mr,:aniJMrs.: : Freddie Cox I I!I I.I I suanoe 1961.rescriltion. }1 .PSft }{ifl-eHpers J J

:,the Medical Center 1 children of Jacksonville. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COX- I. of Property Lot 12 our 'waahables and your ood
Unhersity and .,
meeting; I were guests of\Mr. and j i ,:: ,: CERX=: in Otto i? D of LawteSec. 22i
Rev. Coleman Padgett of I Mrs. iJcoltie Scott in Gainesville with a broken knee which she IfYYYTYYYTYYYTTrTTTTW i i I : Rev.and. Mrs ,Joe'McCulI -I I Notice is hereby given that I ,i: TSSR2E.: :! .. I potletlo4, t()..I HUlL toss- ,

Gainesville filled the pulpit ; ruesday. sustained in a fall at the,homeof longhead! as,guests last.week-, han filed my final report asi I i Name in which assessed I el* and diapers to f1ecsoft.. '' .
Sunday night.Rev I Oven Thomas and Al Par- her parents, the J. M....Dy-r RA1FORIItLAALAALAAALAAAAAAAAAA{ I: fAd .Ml' McC lQugh's.: parI i I, Executor Mae Poppell of the Perkins estate, deet-as of Rubie; !:I zie.:Myers.McQuire EsL. care' : ness Lea\e> faLrio *owrinllefree deep- '"- ..

rish: eturned to their homes ers, list week. i en'ts.-.Mr. and Mrs. A. ,Reel that I have filed my petition for i All of said property being in that ironing's "' "
conducteda I
Crosby I
I II Grover I i final disi'barer, and that I will 1 the County of Bradford State of '
I :Mrs. George Alvarez. and .I and '-children, .' ca?% ---when nr e>>an at ail.
revival at Hillcrest Baptist with Mr. and Mrs. Crosby .after -, i apply to the, Hon. Theron A. Florid ___
Mrs. Jory Dyal were in Jacksonville Fredrick. aU of Palatka.Mr. 'I Yawn. County Judge' of Bradford 'I ,
Churcn in Gainesville last pending the early summer Unless: : such certificates shall The .b "'
last Friday. I Mr and Mrs. Ira Dobson of ., and Mrs. Freddie Killer County. Florida. on the 6th ,i, l>e redeemed according to law complete fabric softener .. ,
wwk with their grandparents, Rev.1 Ciearwater. were Sunday visi- City I day of August, J J&83, for'appro-,, the property described in such at the economy price.HOGD'SQFT. j4
Lake : -
I' Mr and Mrs* Vernon Taylorof and children of were val of 'the "aam and for 'final .
and Mrs. Crosby certificates will be guld to tha
Johnnie of Jackson- !
Eggers I Jksonville: ,are spending I tors of Mr. and Mrs. Mack ,-Sunday guests of Mrs; Ernes-I discharge as _Executor: of the estate highest bidder at the.. court
and of
ville spent last week with his Sherman Crosby son their .vacation with their par-'i j Sweat. They left Monday forI 4.tine.-Kitler. 1 I of Ruble :Mae Poppell erklnl" huu,"e door on the first Monday fflNSELI 7
High Springs visited his par- 1 1 t. defeated- in Month of August. 1963 which
J grandparents, the. T. N. Nor- Sun- eats, Mr. and Mrs. Lois New-1 I California.: t 'Mr,.and Mrs. Julian Dobbs This !2th day of June 19&3. I is the 5th day of August, 1963 .
the E. -
entc 0. Crosbys -
; .
mans. I mans and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. I .Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade :' and daughter visited the War I lf T.'J.. POI>PJLL.i Hated this 24th' day of June ,
day itternoon.Rev. .
that of the State Farm. aud children, and Mr. and family in Live I L' _
We aie sorry to hear C. A. Crosby and Jerry i, Tay.r I' : ren Downing

two sons of Mr. and Mrs. D. attended the funeral of ; I\lrs. Murla Hubbard of 0- Mrs. Harvey Lenox and chil- i; Oak.last Saturday .

Dyal ; coe spent last week with her i I dren left Sunday ,for Rome, I )trs. .Virginia Dobbs and "
S. Ajvarez were poisoned last i
at Antioch Sun-
week .hile spraying tobacco Joe day Fimmons afternoon.Mr. I brother and sister-in-law, the Ga. where they will visit Mrs.Wade's !|i daughtervisited: Mrs. Dobbs' L1 AREA BUSINESS S DIRECTORY"0! :

and are confined to Bradford and Mrs. Kirby Crews ,, T.MrsOtis N. Normans.Crawford of Jacksonville I Mr. and parents Mrs.for Roy a week.demons Gainesville mother, Mrs.Sunday.E. G. Knight, in : ,:

County Hospital. We hope p.rf both on the sick list this i
visited her parents, i i Jr. of Heilbronn Springs at- j 1 Those, attending the How-

the C. C. Crosbys, Thursday. I tended church services here ard-Carter wedding at Har- j I i .:"__. :. I. '

Sunday .guests of Mr. and i Sunday.I |i mony Baptist Church were Mr. j i AUTOS ALES; -& SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOLLINCOLN GARDEN SUPPLIES MUSIC SUPPLIES
STARKE Mrs..Lois .Newmans were their: I Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Mrs. Don},.and nirs. T. H. Rahn Mrs. ; I II !

son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Newmans and Mr.. and Mrs.:!i Gertie Hart, Mrs. Drew Sweat, MERCURYpOMET I'I -- -

BUSINESS DIRECTORY and Mis. Charles Newmans of I Roy demons Jr. visited relatives -"' Mis. E. W. Thompkins. Mrs.I I II Learn Complete Beauty Culture Johnson & Paris Inc. Gridley Music
Girls Women :Men ,
Gainesville. 1 in Lake City Sunday af- Bell McCormick, Mrs. Geneva I FIAT JffiTCORi Co. Inc.
Tuition Budgeted
ter -
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman I noon.I Wallace, Mrs. Bertice Jones, : Complete Line of

and son Gerald and Johnnie I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ulithey' '| lrs.. AL.. Polhill, and Mrs. K. i, Authorized Sales-Service- FREE PLACEMENT SEEDSPLANTSFERTIUZERS CENTRAL FRIDA'S
I of High ,prings ''visited their i I Special Brush-Up Courses
AUTO REPAIRS UTe SERVICE : Eggers of Jacksonville spent ID. Conner. I II j i I Parts Complete Music Slort
)1 parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. L, B.
the first of last week with relatives Miss Glenda Wallace of Pianos by Baldwin, Storey &

Gardners in Tavares and Ocoee. Wade Saturday afternoon. I Jacksonville visited her par- I Trained Ileeharlil'S-Good Central Hairstyling f''ticidf'S-Ppt Supplies Clark: Henry L Miller
Earl's Garage I Mrs. JoAnn Griffis, Mrs. i i "Wa Rent Fertilizer Spreadera" .
: Mr. and Mrs.: C. C. Crosby : ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Used Cars College Fisehek
'r Gulf ServiceEvery and son visited Mr. and Mrs. I J.:anita Mattox, and Miss Beth Wallace, last weekend. I 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Organs by Balduin & Conn
ALL KINDS or Dobbs entertained the Primary
,, Mechanical Service Bobbie Crosby and baby in ,I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat i Motors 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 372-0476 Gibson & Gretch Guitars-
Class of Raiford First II
AUTO REPAIR WORK General Repairs Automatic Gainesville: Tuesday afternoon.I' spent Thursday in Jacksonville .I 376-4103 Gainesville, Fla. Amplifiers
Church with
All Work Guaranteed Transmissions Mrs.:' fl. H. Lewis is spend- Raiford Fire Tower a party Saturday at; the (i with Mrs. Colp. I I S15 'N. Main, Gainesville I 1004 N. Main
ing sevml weeks 'with her Warren Gainesville Shopping Center
I Fh.M N92So. GULF PRODUCTS night. The party was in honorof Mr. and Mrs. Jack !
broker and sister-in-law Mr., BUILDING MATERIALS
Laura and son of Orlando visited I INSULATIONROOFINGAll
TIRES BATTERDSS Davis, Linda Alvarez New and Used
8 Walnut SUrk I and Mrs. Pascal Fouts, andI I 1 Debbie! Mrs. Alice Cason ,and l\Irs.1 B 8 G Motors Co.CAIlLLACOLDSMOnlLE '
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke Mp. and Mrs. Aaron Fouts. Barnett, Deborah Grif- PIANOSOUITAIIS
PHONE 964-6781 i I fist and Mike Griffis for three Bessie- Sapp this week. I Ii I' Ridgway Roof American : -DRUMS-SIIEE1
and htr sister. Mrs. Alice Cros-
-_ i, J months' perfect attendance., ,Mr. #nd ,Mrs Drew Sweat MUSIC
bin Tampa and her brother-

LUTOSERViCEGilbert FLORIST m- .l'N. Will Lewis.. and familyin Games were served played to and the refreshments 15-I,i and the daughter Lowell have Aliens been at visitIng Fort- F-8o-HILLMAN: I I Truss Co. [insulation & RoofingCO. Budget TernuLilliarT

Plan City. '
Colonial Florist Air and :Mrs. Charles Shaffer children attending..Bible Story White. Sales and Service WoodPrefabricated'l.rUIIM & Music Store"Gainesyille
S. Brown *
ojoks were presented to those Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- (omponents
HAS NEW OWNERSDot and son of Detroit, Mich. and I LeMtr"Since
II t wth( perfect attendance. kins and Mrs. Madeline Wal- 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 New -Roofs Shinglesor
Standard Oil Service Station Bagwell, Mgr. LL.. Conner, and Mr. and Any Size Free Estimates 1933
I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnson ker and daughter, Jean, Mrs. BuiltUpRoof
FRESH FLOVERSMEMBER Mrs ?rx; Sapp of Starke were | PHONE 876-7515 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. 112 S. E. First Galn'nI1l
ATLAS 1 Morrell and children, i
of Nancy "'
F. T. D. supper guests of the Wilton Chattanooga, I 372-3961-Collect Call Cleaning & Repairs
: I
TIRES & BATTERIES spent several days this week j and Timmie and Janice Hall j MOVER :
Conntre last Saturday. j Fiberglass Insulation
Flowers Wired World Wide -
Budget Term* Road Service I I with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown- were Wednesday guests of the .
Starke -' Phone 964-6291 'I Mr. arid Mrs.-Eddie Norman, 1 Blown or Batt
i Giles Tompkins family in Crane Motor Co. BUILDING SUPPLIES Gainesville
I and Mr and Mrs.Gordon;, Jones :
Phone 961-7071 Jacksonville. Contractor or Retail
LANDSCAPINGWE and daughter visited Joe | Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins MayflowerLOCAL
Earl Dobbs, McCoy Building
j Mr. and Mrs. DAY NITE
Janice Hall. and Tommy or
407 N. Terole StArteHurst's Norman }in Dinsmore Sunday I AND LQNG
; and Mrs. Freeman attended -
SPECIALIZE IN and Sue Tompkins returned Mary ENGLISH FORDBE."Z Center PHONE 376-4236
afternoon. Supply DISTANCEStorage MOVING
LANDSCAPINGAND I fr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby | Monday after a week's stay at the Freeman family I 2314: N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville
;, the Malcolm cabin reunion in Macclenny Sun- MERCEDES -VOLVOAuthorized LUMBERS And Crating:
NURSERY Thompkins
Private and Commercial I and baby of Gainesville and 1: on the Santa Fe River. '1 day. I I Sales & Service j BUILDING SUPPLIES GainevilIe Phone 276-5224
Mr. and ?!rs. Marie Elixson,
Service Station David Browning and daugh-1 I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison HARDWARE !LADIES' WEAR .
Property \ M' amj Mrs. H. P. Elixson and ; '
I Also! export tree removal and I children of Worthington I ters of Palatka were Sunday Jr. of Lake City visited their ""Complete Service for AU I Xo. Main and 23rd Boulevard I Security Transfer

I SINCLAIR I Sprinss. Mr. and Mrs. Le guests of the Bill Brownings.Mr. I parents, the Cecil Addisons of !lake&' PHONE 872-4361 & Inc.
Tri CountyDevelopment | and Mrs. Drew Sweat Heilbronn and the Theodore Cherry'sGainesville's I ..
Gas Oils Lubrication Flakes of Jacksonville, Mr. Gainesville
and daughter visited the Jim Rosiers of Raiford.
506 E. University Ave.
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and
Goodyear Tires & Batteries I : son
I :j spent Saturday afternoon at I Reaves family at Hahira, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis I PHONE 37MS4S CEMENT Most Fashionable FOGARTY BROS,

ROAD SERVICE Trimming. last week ,i and children, Mr. and Mrs. L. TRANSFER Inc.
i I! Kej'stone Beach. Address For Ladies I ,
I Your Satisfaction Guaranteed Gerald Norman left Monday ,: Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Perry ,, B. Wade and son Mr. and Gainesville, Fla.DODGEDART. DItESSESSUITSQoAThMATERNITY L cal & Long Distance Moving
706 S. Walnut Starke 964-Glll I
I.ak Butter HY fi-4261 f' fo* duty at Biloxi Miss. afterDON'T and children of Clearwaterwere Mrs. George Estes of Lawtey, I 'LINTELS WINDOW SILLS I Cr4IngStorttgePacklngPhone'

--------- I recent guests of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs i STEPPING STONES I VEARACCESSOR I 376-2666

Mrs. Bill Browning. !1 enjoyed an ice cream supper i "If It's Cement Wi Cast It" IES: 1040 So. Main Gainesville

---t: Ray Bryan of Maryland is i Saturday night. I DODGE TRUCKSSaleePartsService Cement 105 W. University, Gainesv1lIIATERJ.ITY

r visiting relatives here for a'' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis I I I I NEON SIGNS
m A (1' few days. { and children. Mrs. Don New- i ; Precast Products
\ I I ,
M :. -. :\lrs. Bessie left Wed- mans, and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Jeffcoat
Sapp USED CARS TOO 2033 X, E. 27th Ave. Gainesville :\ IVEARNan's
; r BE "HEAT-BEAT !1 enjoyed the duPont picnic at ,
nesday morning for New Smy- PHONE 872-0938: 1 Neon SignsNEON
z rna Beach to visit her two Kingsley Lake last Thursday. Poole-Gable Motors

r rHROUGHTHE'S. sons, Jack Sapp and Bill Sapp, ;, Mr.,and Mrs. E. W, Thomp- PLASTIC PAINTED
..... ,Neon Designing Neon Repairs
..' and their families. : kins and grandchildren left 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST
LONGSOMMER. t I Riveting MalntiMianofl
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Carlton Wednesday morning for the Stork Shop !
I PRONE S72-4S4S 1611 S. Main ____ Gainesville
II __ and sons of Palatka are visit- I Malcolm Tompkins cabin on Phone Day 372.0302

ing their father J. O. Dobbs : the Santa Fe River at Wilson j THAT ALL TOUl! Special Occasion Dresse! To Nite 372-8897

and other relatives in Brad- Springs. They will be joined I CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE Ihery Day Sport[ Mvear I

vot. 'f' ford and Union Counties. i there by the Giles Tompkins I AUTO SALVAGE
;/"" ,.' THE BEST FRO.M: i iI r onnal: >-I.ODJJ Dri-svr, Slim OFFICE EQUIPMENTParke
,", .:';. i>N, -.i : Coolidge Kelly and a friend family, and Rev. and Mrs. j\ I

<, ":.;... ,,, ), were Friday evening guests of Malcolm Tompkins, who have ;Paul's Auto. Salvage Edwards Building I Jim :Shorts Matchm; Ti p> r's

I {" his mother. Mrs. Ada Kelly. been visiting in Alderson. West BABY GIFTS
fianr! Inc.
'. Supply I
Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Va. We Buy Wrecksd Cars At ,
I 114 So. Man Gainesville lice Equipment) & Machine!
,. Tompkins, who have been vacationing i ,
726 S. Main-372-4844 Store.
in West Virginia for -- ,
the past two weeks, stopped by i I Gainesville. Fla. i

r' and visited their parents. Mr.': CHURCH AH Makes & Models Used .. MEN'S STOIIE: j i.i Underwood Products

and Mrs. E. I I j .. -.i i 001 W. University Ave.G.iintsUfe .
W. Tompkins. I Sunday School, 10 a. m. ELECTRIC MOTORS ---- - --- S72-2.W5

II Saturday evening guests of Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Parts H. M. Chitty & Co.: .
Mr. and Teletype Senlce We will
Mrs. Warren Blood- ;raining Union 6:30: p.m. Eve- find VA1XTS

I worth were Mrs. Nancy Thorn- ; ning Worship 7:30 pm. Midweek Electric Motor
any part fo* you. I SINCE 1902() !
\ -' ton of Raiford and Mr. and Prayer Service, Wednesday Harper Paint Call
N Mrs. Bub'Sikes of Dade City. I 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. Phone 376-4512 Repair Co. i Ciirlre Suit .5 We took

''" Mrs. Mattie Peeler, and :Mrs- OF GAINESVILLE, INC I I Arrow, Norr. (.''UAU.I! Shirts': WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG

..,:,-. .. j Mary Dessent of Jacksonville I I I AOTICE APPLICATION 1301 S. Main Gainesville COMPLETE ELECTRIC j &: I'lulerrte.' SMITH AND

were Tuesday guests of Mrs. FOR TAX DEED *
I Stacy Adam* :.NunnIjuich j IH'Tni ROY PAINTS
'" i Bell McCormick and Mrs.,Ada 1114.18.. F. S. .
'. Sh()e Painter's!
:. ." Kelly. i that Carl Harton the holder of : ; Stetum 1t: Mallory H.itv: ; 10 SV.. 7th Street ,
I f' "Distributor of ;
Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs of Gain- i! the following certificates has j j L S.E. First Si.vOain.svde! Gainesv:He!
filed j ;
1i. ;, said certificates for a tax I THE BEST IN New Lincoln :Moton"I
esville with
spent Saturday her deed to be issued thereon. The I '-
parents, the Jim Conners. I I certificate numbers and years RECAPPINGCars PHONE 372-8318 I'I'I
just dial 1 for cool comfort with of Issuance. the description of I .
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Perrin the property, and the names in 1030 S. Main, Gainesville !MONUMENTS I
t of which it Was asfsd are asblows Trucks: Tractors II
spent the week II The Helzcl Co.
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.t1qPSth{ ELECTRIC end with the Willie Carter I : 100 Grade A I .
Certificate Xo. 49 Tear Of Issuance % Cold Rubber FLOOR COVERING ij i ltOF1OS

I faaily: and attended the Car-, 1,61.DesrIptLoa. of Property Lot j iI Gainesville 'Granite sin:..:&' iiiTTAL

ter-Howard wedding at Harmony 15 of Bik 2 in Nat Williams Factory Trained Recapper I, AIR ro.vniTiovivo:
I SiD -Sec.' t+ T 6 S R ii E.
AIR CONDITIONING Baptist Church. I f I Xame in which assessed Alfonso English Tire & Central Florida Tihi; & MarbleVarks ,No .1h Too Lar e; Or Too Small
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Schaf- I Jenkins. !.
102 S. K.: 4th St. fiainwville;
i' All of said property being in & Marble Co. I
fer and sons of Detroit, Mich.I CKMKTKKY: : MOXOIEXTS I I'lIONR 372-1491
f, the of Bradford, State of
Why put up with humid "hothouse" .indoor were recent guests of her uncle -:|I Florida.' Recapping CARPETS BY 4 MAP.KFIKS I-- -

\veather that frazzles your nerves?\WitrxEIectric! and aunt, the Jim Conners.i:I be Unless redeemed such according certificates\ to shall law Lee's. Monarch Loomweav I Lettering L Cleaning PHOTO SHOP J

\ Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur. I the described in sueji 1111 S. Main Street 'DownsBoom
whole will live better rop rty Jomestit & Industrial Marble
Conditioning your family 2 COMFORTS'IN 1 1Yearround nett have had as recent guest.Mr. .*:1 I certificates be old to-the Size-Wall to Wall Fuller's Foto Inc.
feel healthier. Keener appetites. Refreshing sleep. electric ; highest bidder at the court Gainesville 372-2197 Installation & Granite ,
and Mrs. D. C. Mikelii
:I I house door on the first :Monday CVntral Ilorida's Hnn.tj
.Reduced humidity,helps prevent mildew and damp conditioning cools and daughter of Miami. Mrs.i,i.i in Month of August un which Armstrong and Kentile Coffee Tables! Counters
in summer; i4urm.3ness. .Is the itji 4ay of. .August. UiJ. j Relation of
Filtered, dust-free air, makes housecleaningeasier. in'irintfi\ I Pauline Thomas and' son of I I Dated this 24th day of June, :Aut matic'Transmissions Floor Coverings I Fireplaces i New & Used Cameras
Bartow, and Mrs. Jewell Suber I lt COMPLETE LINKS' Ol E. lib St.
Brings priceless comfort for mere pennies a day. -, (SEAL) 2135 S. :i Photographic' Equipment Si

Tried. and proven Electric Air Conditioning is | and. son of Jacksonville. I CHARLE5 A. DARBY TILES MARBLE i Gainesville 376-4151 i Supplies

j I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clerk of Circuit Court of ONE DAY SERVICEALL '540 Walrtn Hd O'vil1! :t76Aini -tW" Kl-n-K SiVbite
the'best investment ever. Enjoyed by a half-million I Bradford County Florida -- Finishing
lt*. odsworth have just returned C-2j'U ,.18 i i In Before NoonOut at 5

of your Florida neighbors. See 'your electric appliance I| from a vacation spent in j i\ ------ 1L\KES-REPAffi MotorcydesStootersStreit's :|619 W University Gainesville

dealer or conditioning contractor today. ,. P' ;,. Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Bloods- j i l 'IOTICKTO APPEAR TO: AND EXCHANGE ? : & INDUSTRIAL .
j worth went on to Miami to : WILLIE ERXEST WILLIAMS TYPEWRITERS

visit her two daughters, Mrs. whose r.. sidnc and post office Gator Automatic Bicycle Shop

) Robie Addison Mrs. S. B. address are unkuOwil.'You j- i. entral Tractor Co. Hancock Typewriter
< and 1 .
notified that .
hereby ;
I & r a a. are ": Cu-hraan & Vc-spa! 'Scooters !
;klhtQllfId ft Carroll- j a. petition has ben filed in the Transmission ServiciINC. rpr.n TRACTORS i
i Eighth Judicial CircUit Court of f Dureti RS.V-XunirppMotorcycles
...IT'S TOO.FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason Ford farming Implements
CHEAPER i TUrida in and for Bradford -Sails &. 5yjsCHW1NN I
'. and Mrs. Sue Vandiveer of i County. Florida in Chancery, Agricultural; Industrial JOHN HANCOCK

P.OWER & LIGHT I COMPANY; Jacksonville were weekend j jguests I for the adoption of Baby Boy Complete Service.ar farts Dept.' DICYCLES, Motor n. C. Allen Clary
'I William Tan are ..rfl61ulrd..to'SerTP 19.SE.2ad Plate (next to P.O.) .Lo,,-' Alh! & Safe Work
I -of Mrs': Alice Cason Vcopy of your answer or Good Used "Equipment : ": : Rrfna-Sales Jt Serb ice

IfENa BUILD FLORIDA: Miss Glenda Wallace of objection on Carey Go4dard IS 1188 X. W. 6th. Gainesville j C615V.. Cninnity Ave. j 431 N. Main Gainesville

Jacksonville was the weekend I' X. W. 1st Street. Gainesville Gainesville PHONE 272-0372 FI10NH 376-5130 Gainesville 376-7761 S Phone 376-5551
Florida. attorney for petitioners!! ,
guest of herparents, Mr. and and to file the original thereof 11 "

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.'vvvv'vvvyvyvvy'y' Worship 11 ajn. Evening Service Mrs. Selma Eunice, and Mrs. !> and Mrs. Dorothy Spence of I II II might be for the improvement dealers in most all other pro- the following certificates has fill
I I I ed said certificates for a tax
8 p.m. MYF each, Wednesday i Jo>ce Futch attended the fUn -' Sixes Oregon for the week. II I of our county. ducts. If the supply of auto- i deed to be issued thereon. The,
LAWTEyBy \ ,8 p. mThe- annual i I rtiI of Earl Griffis in Lake :Llr. and Mrs. Glenn Crewsare I I SOME PECANS DROPPING I| mobiles were stopped, I doubt i certificate numbers and years of

Sunday School picnic will be i City Sunday afternoon. Mr. I spending thier vacation in COUNTY because of recent drought that we would particularly no- j i issuance property, the and description the names of the in

Enxa BlancbardA hit at. Strickland's Landing Griffis was the son of the late ]: the mountains of Tennessee.Mr. I WITH conditions. Don't misunderstand < -.!. tice if for sometime. All this ;' which it was assessed are as

on Thursday) July 25. Every- i! Airs. Arch Griffis who were i and Mrs. ObI: Pauley .. this and? think that it.. is to tell you just a little bit ,I I Follows: .
: S 1 i Certificate Xo. %6 Tear of Issuance
t A A AA A A AA A A.A A AA A A A A AAjRulhday one: invited. ]:i residents here at one time. spent the weekend with Mr. : YOUR .... AGENT is dry how. Most of our pecan how important food is to all i 1961.DeicrIption.

Parties First Baptist:' Sunday j:i, Mrs. Cora Hodges of Jack- Pauley's sister, Mrs. Jim Bais- !I : trees were loaded with a heavy S; people. At a recent DefenseS I of Property Eli

Mrs. Edwin Padgett, !Mrs. A. School. 10 a.m. Morning Wor- J!I I ronville was visiting her sister den, in Clearwater. crop. It was extremely dry a- Board Training Meeting, weS I I .r>f''6 W S%R of 22 SWU E. of SW 4 SecI *

Q. Smith, and Mrs. Richard sh p, 11 a.m. Training Union|I j Mrs. Hester Hicks, last I I Debby Fossick of Miami :. long in March and April and were told, that if all food I I I 'ame in which assessed Jor

Cluster surprised their lather, 7 p.m. Evening Service 8 pjn. 'reek. : spent several days with Glenda : the effects of such weather supply was cut off, we could Jan L. Brantley

H. C. Harley, and their rnd- Prayer Meeting each Wednesday -I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingram :, Starling and her parents, Mr. c:;; .y; :4 conditions is just now: show- i eat only about 14 days. In I the All County of said of property Bradford being, State In

mother, :Mrs. A. H. HaVley. 8 p.nv YWA and Inter of Dade City were guests of j I!. and Mrs. Doyl Starling. .. ing up en a number of trees i! our wholesale and retail stores of Florida.

with a bi-thday party at'the i mediate'GA meeting, July 23 i I her patents, Mr. and Mrs. H.I Miss Dianne Thomas has jeS@2r *9gW iS that: were heavily loaded. Any- j there is an approximate Unless such certificate or certificates '-

home of the latter on Friday 8 p.m. Youth Meeting on. alternate 'I M. Manning. during the WCSK. : been visiting her cousins Jan- .S1..1 I v t fcjKtaS.,j-.t-.1.i-(*.' KjW.: time there is an extreme condition I 7 days supply of staple goods to shall law be the redeemed property according described -

July 12. Delicious refreshments Saturdays. 8 p.m. {, Mrs. Oscar Hall of Jackson- et :and Linda Stoughton, in either good or bad can i like potatoes grits, and rice. in suoh certificate or
were served. Pc'sonals vale spent the weekend with I Jacksonville. The girls were result for several months af- A 5-day supply of canned and I N"rttril'atpIt'11l be sold to the
her brother-in-law and sister, i injured in a wreck recentlycut terwards. I i bottle foods. Few of us real- .. highest bidder at the courthouse
Out of town guests included Ran y Harley reports a I
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and are recovering nicely. By'George While talking about resultsof ize that it takes 75 to 80 cars door on the first Monday
Blocker time at Christian Adventure '
Mr. and Mrs. NelsQn grand I ra'o 'T. in Month of August, 1963 which
and sons of Lake City, Mr. and I Camp in Leesburg her sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks. I Recent guests of the D. B. I extreme weather conditions. I: of meat daily for the Miami Is the 5th day of August, 1963.
W. Fred Moore went to Thomas were Oscar ; Hugginsthe II still Dated this 24th day of June,
Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., Mr. and where he spent last week. : family Mrs. Ii I i you might notice some I area.

Mrs. D. B. Harley. Mrs. Wayne I Bill C. Wainwright, son Bill Hendersonville, N. C. Thurs- Thomas and son of Grove- -- .,,<.,.. .-..._!11:="" _.- individual:: Azalea branches j Certainly we hope that we ma. CHARLES A. DARDY.
Douglas and daughters, and Jr., and daughter, Becky, of uay where he visited his son- | land.. Mrs. Thomas will be remembered -,! dying. Many have already ''I will never be faced with such Clerk of Circuit Court of
I in-law and daughter. Mr. and I former resident time this picture wasj: conditions but the Bradford County. Florida.
Suzanne Smith. all of Stark; Atlanta.- Ga. were weekend as a .. died or may continue dying people who (SEAL
taken the berries had been I Iin'
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beas- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. 5 Irs. J. W. Thomas and chil- of Lawtey. and for several weeks yet. If you !j will worry the least will be 6-:: it ':-18I

ley. of Mobile. Ala. Other relatives Wainwright. Mr. and Mrs. Iren. and his son. W. Fred, Jr., Miss Marilyn Erskin is visit- :' Russell's ice box two find this condition, examinethe 'II our good rural families who :I
who in the ...nd family until Sunday when ing her aunt, Mrs. O. J. Phillips i j1'iI- cne-half weeks. The picture j stem near the ground have canned goods on the
participated James Wainwright and chil I
event were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. drcn and Mrs. Jack Brassell I he returned accompanied by I and her grandmother, indicates and true, that the level. It can be a result of i shelf and a big freezer filled
for the
Harley I uli-s. Moore, Renee and Micky I Mis. L. H. Hinote, who is ; berries are in good condition.: winter injury and will be noticed I to capacity. TIlE RIGHT POINT
Joe -
and Mrs.
Harley, and son j joined them at the to Come in and
Two of them placed eni write.
who had spent two weeks with spending some time with Mrs. I way yon
Mrs. Edwin Padgett, little famiiy dinner Sunday. Dan the two families. Phillips. r-t-- '.- end measure four inches. !! by a cracked or peeling select your favorite ESTER-
MISS Marie Chesser, and Mrs. Wainwiight spent the week- 'I '" .. solution bark. The only thing to do is XOT1CR opPPI.lC."TIO.
There is a approved TELE-
Fountain Pen.
The Hubert E. Priest family Recent Bride Honored 1.: POll TAX mni: : BROOK
Wayne Massey. end with his parents. enjoyed an outing on Kingsley! Mrs. Wayne Massey, form- I :. by the Pure Food and Drug j to prune out the injured and Sees 194.1C, F. s. !j' GRAPH.
This was Mrs. Harley's 80th :Miss Elizabeth Terry visited! Lake last week. Guests during erly Abbie E. Harley, was hon- We do not know where ; that: can be used to dip straw-i i dead: branches to keep the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' -
birthday. Mr. Harley did not I Commissioner Russell Green plants in as good condition as i that R. U Batten the holder of''I
her sister, Mrs. C. W. Strick- \ berries into before shipping.
the week included Mr. and j ored with a kitchen shower by i
disclose which one of his it land, in Gainesville the first Mrs. George Summerlin of I II her fellow workers in the got these strawberries except The solution will preserve the j possible. j j,
II that we do not think" he went : them j FARM SAFETY WEEK ;
of the week. berries and will carry -
w's.Mrs. Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Transfer Department of Blue
Milo Smith celebrated Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. L. Williams and Donny of Well- Cross-Blue Shield in the home all the way to Colifornia to over a good peIiod.: We have I July 21-27. We are reminded !

the birthday of her daughters.' H. Hinote, and Mrs. Leslie born, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond of Mrs. Martha Marshburn in | pick them up. According to used some of this solution in of this date !by one of our HEARING
Mary and Margaret, on July I Phillips and sons were visit- Allinder and Davey. Joe Al-| Jacksonville. July 10. The i the label on the package, they one or two demonstrations cattlemen who had three ,
9 with at their home. j are sold as DRISCOLL .Z5-A not aj! killed lightning just i
a party ing in Gainesville during the Under and Judy Waldron, all bJ ides mother, Mrs. H. C. here. Russell Green is cows by

Alter the children had played week.Mrs.: of Lake City, Larry and Ron- 'I Harley, was in attendance. | variety. They were packed in strawberry grower but this I a few days ago. There is not'

games. Mrs. Smith served refreshments Hattie Darley and Miss ny Williams of St. Petersburg. I San Martin. California. Atyywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy7yY I is indication. of his interest | m.uch you can do about keeping -.

and birthday cake i i Sinna Prescott attended Black and Sharon Dorsey of Jack- I I II ', in any crop that might be I livestock from getting under BOB WILSONOf

to the 17 young guests. i Cicek Baptist Church associa- I .:oonville.i I I i suited to Bradford County. We I trees when the weather *s

Church News | tional meeting at Highland i :\' and Mrs. Woodrow | do know that there are some bad, but, we certainily can Soles' Hearing Aid Center of Jacksonville

Grace Methodist: Church Baptist Church Friday.Mr. I Clendenning of Plant City I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 15 varieties of strawberries in'I apply safety precautions to

School, 9:45: a. m. Morning and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, I weie visiting her cousins, Mr. I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY the experiment plots at the our own self and remind other ANDREWS DRUG STORESTARKE
of the dangers
about -
I and Mrs. J. C. Prevail, during University of Florida. We will some ;

1 i That's Our Business I the week. )j (By Elizabeth G1vensjjAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALj.A&AAALLAA&AAAAAA&AAAA1) sure check to see if this particular during thunder storms PLAZA
G L A S S The slogan for Farm Safety
i one might ba among I I'I
Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh Prescott :
"If It's Glass We Have It"
_I I !' Week this year
and son, Mike, and Lenny the group. Sometimes a variety -
: Prescott of Middleburg spent Camp Time on a local levtl.Remember 'I grown in another state
[ 5L FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S one day with Mrs. Hattie Dar i Summer time brings eager- I Sunday July 21, will be suited to a new location I EQUALS PROTECTION.FOOD .

to and for I the church is a I while there may be other i ii MOST ESSENTIAL.The .
Icy, Miss Sinna Prescott, and : ness boys girls
GLASS CO. :: Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Benneti: :; camp time. Camp will be heldi I program at 3 p.mon the topis i varieties that will not be suit wheels of industry con- : 10:00: TO 12:00:

NOT INC. and children. i Aug. 5-11 for boys and girls,1 "Which is the most im- I ed. There are always several tinues to turn. The missiles
__ F ( ) I, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett, 9 through 12; and Aug. 12-18 |, portant, Christianity or re- characteristics to consider continue to invade! space, but "'hateverour hearing problem we invite you to

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass (VWe i Bienda and Rhonda visited i for boys and girls 13 through j ligion?" A brief sermon will i Among these will be disease we must remember that none I come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear-

. 'u ja; Design Modern Store Fronts Mr. and Mrs. Alen Carter in ,,16. This Christian related ', be presented by the minister I resistance; change in climate: ; of this could be possible if it ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't completely -

1 Just Mail\ Us A Pattern For I Jacksonville over the weekend. camp will be at Florida Normal j to be announced later. An invitation I season for maturity; flavor, were not for food. This has satisfactory, come in. We will gladly talk

I Table Tops I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prevatt'I and Industrial College in i i' is extended to per- and shipping ability. We always -: not been highly successful it over confidentially. And if you need better hear-
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I St. Augustine. Registration sons of all denominations with appreciate: anybody dis- season for most of our farm-
and children, recently of the : I' ing, we will help you in the selection of a better
State Farm. have moved back : starts at 9 a.m. on Aug. 5 and I special emphasis on men being cussing with us the possibility ers pro ducing perishable' hearing
12. present.-Mrs. M. J. White. of a different crop, a different crops. We often wish that the
1 to Lawtey and will reside in I aid.COMPLETE
their trailer at the home of I The total fee is $3 per person reporter. variety, or a differentway farmer was as assured of a': SERVICE

I Gas Genie says: !I her father, W. E. Griffis. Mr. i and this must be sent in Greater Allen Chapel: The to do something that profit for his commodity as'I ,

I'1' Griffis has been very ill. His 1 with the reservation.: If reservation Sunday School convention was I 9 Complete line of accessories and batteries.
MEEl\ MY\ GIRL I; is cancelled before opening held July 11-12 in High
friends hope for a speedy re- j o
Appointments in the of home office
privacy your or
date of camp money Springs with Rev. R. L. Shawof SERVICEPHONE
1 FRIENDSHELIKES covery. j I will be refunded. This provides this city as host pastor. 964-2600 Call us.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Byron
and family and their weekend : room and board and: in- Delegates from Greater -Allen We carry: a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids.
I I,surance protection for each I. Chapel were Mary Alice Mcr-; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
gurst: Miss Judy Bennett I
camper. It must be in the ris, and Agrie Marie Griffin.
j spent Sunday at St. Augustine Have A Hearing Test TODAY!
Natural Gas
i Jacksonville WMU office by I They made a fine report in DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
4. I i Beach. I July 30. Campers desiring to i Sunday School last Sunday. Starke Fla. We invite you to use this service -- No obligation.
j I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S
; Just As Well As I Do. I I do homework must bring 35 Agrie Marie won third prize in i ". .. .
:, E. Fralick for the weekendwere I cents to for contest. RENTAL SERVICES S SS
j pay it. the essay I ZENITH Living Sound Hearing Aids
If you are in doubt about Natural Gas ask Mr. and Mrs. H. W. j Each camper should bring Choir Union will be held I Hospital ned?, Wheel Chairs, Crutches I

your friends and neighbors that use it and get first i Sycrry of Panama City, and i; sheets, pillow cases, and towels I I Sunday July 21, at 3 p.m. at
Mildred: Hardee of Lake City. I in addition to clothes and Mt. Pisgah Church. Rev. J. 1 J
hand information as to its convenience, cleanliness, :. Mrs. Hardee and Mrs. Sperry personal items. A. Grimmage is host pastor.All _

economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want are Mrs. Fralick's sisters. I Mrs. Corrine Watts directs members and friends are

_-.; Natural Gas too.STARKE. !; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie the camp: with the help of j invited to attend the Inspiring ern as today's roads and cars. And service as
of Jacksonville spent Thursday -I I people from all over the state. program. dependable gasolines convenient as your supermarket!For power that
NATURAL GAS j with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bring dresses for assemblies Visiting: Mrs. Rosetta Ru-
i choose from three Standard
[ Hilliard and children. i shorts for recreation. and therford, daughter of Mrs. S ...wide awake service *& your car, gaso 5

CITY HALL Phone 964-2351 I I Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. : swim suits for swimming.Send Mrs. Essie Holland, made a lines, Dixie's favorites for three generations.

I i E. Reddish were C. M. Barberof the $8 fee to Women's visit here on July 6 and spent STANDARD' STANDS OUT Crown Extra, Crown and Economy Crown gaso

Mactlenny on Thursday Missionary Union, 1230 Hen- a few days with her parent? I 1inesofferallthepoweryou'rcarcanusea'ndnotI

-U- -- -. dricks Ave., Jacksonville Fla. 'I and friends. She lives in New I Dixie's go-sign..that big, familiar Standard a nkkel wasted! Stop in today for long.runningsign

j :I; Camp workers are expected ; Haven. Conn. in clean red, white, and blue. Every day Standard fuels, wide-awake Standard service.
training on Aug. 3-4.
,: OES Instruction Night /L more motorists discover it means fuels as mod STANDARD OIL I COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

SAVING! 18 I FOR THE !B1RD8 Dell Chapter 168. OES will 7Oi30Gal.- --
: I meet Thursday July 18, at .7 :

I; p.m. at the Masonic Hall on it' O'-lff .; ,, .::
_ Brownlee St. The Worthy Ma- 4: 4 ) 4S

tron asks all members to / '
please be on time for. this important Vt kuuu 4- .5' 5, z: ,
I ,
- .T meeting, and be readJ % 5 ;

: to pay all assessments. With j'5
: !
i this meeting we will close for w S '/ .* % / S
the summer until September. 5. S 7
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\II I : Sister Janie S. Mitchell, Dearborn
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Church News HOT WATER

: Mount Moriah: The officers.,

\ : members, and friends are very
'proud to have and welcomeRev. ;4 HEATER ,

Clarence Stezer to the
church and community. We :-ct' "S'
t ,. '> 'l ,
;: feel he is an asset to the
church: and entire community. '
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.i, 4' 5. :
: The new pastor had charge of _...... : ; ,
j regular services last Sunday. 11.#,.' > .#-... ?
i New Bethel: A 15-minute .

:I j film strip, "From Boston to (
I Brownville," will be shown in J.>

:; Sunday School at 9:30.:: This

; film will introduce a unique II.I _
.-- -\ 1!I new course for Sunday Youth ..' {t _

that !; Meetings. The problems of the : _
Yes indeed-wise "birds" who rcaliic pick1
I young people at the church
aren't I | in the film may be similar tor
ings always
easy .
I r the problems of our youth :' -S 'S
\ : groups. Children and adults I

And saving h really easy, once you have made a of all ages and denominationsare
asked: to sacrifice this .

habit of it. See for yourself: Mate your first deposit t hour at your church and come + :.-
-- ;, to see and hear this production

:"'. payday.With US ffftvf p3J'daf-and keep it up every which will help our youth : -

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One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group I II 2022: N.No.2 E. 23rd Blvd. SLADE GASOF I .

Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 K. G. DUNCAN Agent Starke Fla.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. STARKE ,

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HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home J. .' '. .""'>>-.(4
Jr.are the parents of a daughter -
born 12,
Thursday July
Ry Mrs. D. E. Hill
in Alachua General Hospital. \i
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" .A..AA AAAA. Mrs. R. L. Brown was inj\

Hampton Softball Team Bradford County Hospital for I k' .
End's League Schedule treatment last week. f I I i i 'i ,i ch Ir y,

Hampton's' scheduled softball league teamcom'pleted ,i Sunday Mr. and for Mrs.a few D.days'E. Hill vaca-left I. 6 4 tS i i i i igjii .

tion trip in central Florida. i_
play Friday night last I
with a 25-5 loss to the Brook-I Their daughters, Wendy and i I .i s S )
Debbie, visiting this week GREEN
er team at Brooker with a final i are LiflIar :
I in Gainesville with Mr. and STAMPS
game set for Monday this
week last week's Tuesday I I Mrs. Ralph Marl w and fam-

night game which was rained;. ily.
out. All sins pointed to an I Misses Sandra and Elaine 0 Op ti5
unbroken record: no wins, lots i: Youngblood, daughters of Mr. STeISIFMR 0 .I
of exercise, plenty of fun, and!i. and Mrs. Lawton Youngblood. :
high hopes for a better show' spent last week with relatives I __ .Jbt:__Ub.-- :\' 1_=_--- -rt_ r -;- ........f -'tr- \
ing in the future! m Macclenny. I r --J r- -1. ...../; -ll#"....... .J --J
Saturday afternoon the I Home on leave this past : ,
women got into the act, and week with their families are I i'BRAND 7 ; '

a motley u'ew on both sides, I Steve Varnum with the Leslie I .Sc TllulllTU. 4DID : e aA Grade "A" Quick Frozen .:: n
ages roughly 10 and up, end- : Jones family, and Ralph Wil- vELNNEI f.b /
ed a seven-Inning game 10-8, i! liams with the J. A. Williams
the women losing by two runs. \ raI 1ily. They have completed \ FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteak
Stork Shower Honors ;asic training at the GreaL I II
:\Ial gielcClellan: I Lakes Naval Training Center \ LB. 88,
Mrs. Dewey McClellan was I m Illinois. Steve Varnum is I Baking Hens
guest of honor Tuesday eve- I to,report to Washington D. C.,I ; '
Williams to San CHUCK
and Ralph
ning July 10. for a stork! I
slower at Hampton town hall. I I Diego. Calif.Chaplain. .Q Y f tl1 yM
II Leonard Melton, Roast LB. 49 y
Bouquets of summer flowers 1 }
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
decorated both the lacecovered I
gift and refreshment tables.: I Melton with the U.s. Army in'' ROUND BONE SHOULDERRoast t E 7 ... I '
Germany, has received a promotion -
Game prizes were won by Mrs.
Maureen Paul Mrs. Dsn Hill, I from Lieutenant to j I| LB. 59 y SEC : 4J
and Mrs. C. R. Cox. Captain, according to word re- y r raM Ic
Refreshments I j ceived here by his parents. J
of cake and -
punch were served, following,
opening of the gifts, to the 18 Presbyterian 69 DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTURE
.I LB.
present. Hostesses for the par- I, ,
Walton Grady, Minister
ty were Mrs. Lester McCul-
lough, Mrs. Frank Wolfred,i:i i Week of July 21-27: i EXTRA LEAN FRESH GROUND Small Hickory Smoked I I I 1
Mrs. Maiklee Norman and Sunday Sunday
:Mrs. Milton Mosher. i 3:45: a.m. Morning SChool'r Beef i I I PKG.LB. $1 PorkFSRoast
Personals 11 a.m. Youth M. 39rCr.
Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth gavea Junior Choir practice, 6 p.m. I HAMSShank )j
beach party for her grand- i Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. (3
daughter. Cherry Wadsworth,I Tuesday Executive Board

visiting here from Bunnell, at I I meeting, 9:30: a. m. General SAVE 40 EA. DOLE CRUSHEDPineapple Cheese = o 29it
Goldhead Branch State Parkor I I Meeting, 7:30: pjn. .
Thursday last week.Aliening -I!I WednesdayFamily Night, No. 2 29 1
were Mrs. Nettie Griffin:: 6:30: p.m. CANSAVE COPELAND ALL MEAT (REGULARLY 59*)
and Phyllis, Mrs. Shirley Nor- Thursday Senior Choir
man and Darlene and Sherry, practice, 7:30: pjn. 6t EA. Thrifty Maid Pineopple-Gr'fruit Half it Wieners. I.LB.PKG. 49,
- 46-oz. J
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Drink e 4. CANS $1.SAVE e LB.Whole.

FLOIDA 3* EA. FACIAL TISSUE Fresh Tender Young

: Kleenex 5 300's $1- or Butt Half LB. 45 I ; W_ POLE

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MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY I flfi'frf r t Creamery q :
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50 Extran Green
Stamps ': 2 .29
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Wednesday and Thursday -- July 17, 18 fes,
"GIANT"AS 31 t .ar, r r at l a I ..Hr tll' r d,,t tI S ''.
1-LB. Peaches4\LBL491\

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SICK AS JETT8A'OlC7y AS 50 Extra&H?Green Stamps

N1NKwnr 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Limit one with $5.00 I t..
Two PKGS. FROZEN order or more. J1A

1 Lee's Chopped SteaksGOOD
SAVE 7K2 EACH Limit 3 cans with $5.00 food order STANARD

It V/ARNERCOLOR dhI( !1,' R,ti .,, ., I'. r>i 4 "IA $ Tomatoes 307 CAN 51

rRaf THE No.n BY I A
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i 33 r dtfl 'r SAVE 8< EACH DELSEY Limit 2 twin packs with $5.00 food order
Friday and Saturday July 19, 20 I I iPEACH

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II I 34 r + Cream j ii

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With Hurt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas I! 50 Extra MT: Green Stamps .. r Coffee Shortening \


Sun. Mon Tues. July 21 22 23
; Black FAMILY J
r _._- .". .,"" ,.""' .. .""' _. I Pepper P.ies. 3 1oLB. CAN 3-LB. CAN 1
;N 10F SAVE 71-

"j; # .". i tT I.ar.. Crabs OF G5,991 !. i

'J .I'l i ,,1 Err ,f r f I ft' t! f T5 MOUNTAIN GROWN COFFEE SAVE 15 t I

Metr .C t ldWta-Map.r) \ ; ::1 1 50 Extra##*Green Stamps HI-ACRES FROZEN ORANGE i 7'
r '\. \. >>J J WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .Fo 59 y Criseo
JUICE ftit
'Iipep: ; ONE 100-Cr. Borne
:..' I Bayer Aspirin 1 with SS.00 food r Limit 1 with food
the labfllotJs doll.?>h A order or more. \.,

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