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 25, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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THIS WEEK ';. "; ;' ;' :, ,'', : __10cJJ6RARY _

Official County Publication Established In 1879 HISTORY rjNUMBER


r Gilchrist" Says I! Over Delinquent BillsDissension Millage Set At 41.25Tentative '

For'No'DefenderThe To Funds Rampant $464,097 Budget

Among City OfficialsDissension ,

Gilchrist County Com-

mlc6lon! has turned down a re- finlaly broke into the open in city hall ,

Quest from Public Defender R. Wednesday night between the city clerk. the Board
A. IBuzzyJ Green Jr.. for By County
funds to help meet operating r'i utilities department head, and the 'city'council i iil''a

expenses of Oreen's office in special meeting called to settle policy on delinquent

Starke. utility accounts.The '
lice and that all utility accounts -
With fewer complications and less argument thanin
The new public\ defender city, council accused
will be cut on or off I Public
had asked for $35926 from City Clerk Merrill Edwards of the School Budget recent' years a tentative budget of $464,097.97 was Notary
by utility department.The
the Gilchrist Commission toward being uncooperative with approved for 1963-64 Tuesday by the Bradford County -
city council! laid down
his total budget of I them, with Utilities Director strict rules that meter readers Hearing Set Commission which includes two mills toward the Law Effective

$14.200 for the six-county cir- I Oscar pavis, and with the anticipated construction of anew courthouse.

CUit.. I public in the operation of the ity are payments not allowed and to that accept the util-city )Next ThursdayA In preparing the new budget i' September 1 1Florida's 1I

The Gilchrist commission- r new department. Edwards in the Board was adamant : :year is up almost $33.000,over
: will not be allowed to
turn blamed the council and! I last year at 19909964. No I
said felt that
err they since : resume or terminate utility public hearing is set for that overall millage should remain i 70,000 notaries
the new office was set up by :'i utilities department for not stable at 41.25. as it has increase was especially large t
I service to any customer. 10 ajn. Thursday August ,1, public will have to be absolutely -
the Legislature, it should be : i ____ I cooperating with his office Procedure to follow when for ,the Bradford County ,. for the past several years, but I: and no argument over them honest in certifying docu-

the obligation of the state, to ; !F __.. L _i. and said several meetings soliciting utility service, in th : School Board's proposed 1963- : the school board and the commission : came from any board member ments after September 1 or
4 finance it. The Legislature I i have been called specifically city is to pay ,the requiredfee 54 budget totaling $1,394,430, will exchange one mill since most were readily seen fact a possible penalty of up t J
provided funds for the defend- -j II I to "crawl all over me" for bad in 1961. The necessary. For instance. $3,000
as they did coun-
a'-, to the city clerk and obtain according! to Superintendent added to the of fie years in jail and a $5,000
er'i $8,000 but situations actually caused by was budgets
salary nothing I a receipt. The customer Harmon P. Morgan. ty commission will pick up the tax and tax col fine when the new law regulat-
toward his office expenses. the utility department. next one mill to levy 18:25: and the assessor into effect.
c must then take the receipt a- The budget for yearis in:? notaries goes
lector. $6.000 for redistricting
Alachua and Levy counties Called by Chairman RubyJohns' school board will mill, .
t cross city hall to the Utility up $116,136 above lastyear's Secretary of State Tom Ad.
have taken Green's request forth I .. purpose of the meetinging down to 23. .A mill this year costs and $3,400 for the three
which totaled $1,278- all of the state'snotaries
Department present proof of alerting
_______ elections next sIns
; ir pro rata share of his t ; 'I:4I & was to find ways of coordinating payment, and that depart- 2Q I. As usual the biggest item will be worth 11559.61 a year. public to the new law
Placed the
office expenses under advisement the operation of theclerk's in ,the instructional jump of over $1,000 above last on budget system 1963 Legislature
1 I ment will see that'the customer budget is passed by the -
instead of fees by the State
office and department
and Bradford is the utility is cut the salaries which next 'will out that notary
onto utility sys- year year.With pointed a
only county to date that has 1 in keeping straightthe tem. come to $936,372, an increase the 58070.62 increase Legislature, County Judge'soffice I who falsely or fraudulently
approved his request turning off ,and on of delinquent !Jn anticipated revenue over is now budgeted under
It is the responsibility of: $111,100 over last year's the General Fund and almost notarizes a document hence-

The public defender job 'accounts. Edwards of the potential customer the $825.272 figure. As can be test year's 406027.35 budget $20,000 increase in the fund forth will be guilty of a felony
was created when the S-.- I the council claimed, has been it was not a question of balancing a
By The Moon And Stars council decreed to see that seen the majority of the increase caused that. and subject to a maximum
: was by
pieme Court ruled, thaj) all ordering service resumed to the new budget, but
: the receipt gets to the utility in the budget comes The judge's office under the pr&on term of five years plusa
persons on trial for feloniesare 1 1I pali-up; delinquent accounts cf how much the Board want-
"Alnt ,nevah seed no watuh melon lak dat defoh,," might 'without Director department. Residents can no from the instructional salaries., old fee system did operate fine of up to $5,000. Previously -
showing Utility
entitled to defense coun- ed to set aside for construction -
obtain The school board this law
utility service
longer or year the notary public
have been the I under the Fine and Forfeiture
-reaction of
I four-year-old Brenda Robinson:
as Davis concrete
sel. If they cannot pay for it, proof' have it resumed by simply will levy only 23 mills instead of the proposed new did not set forth a penalty for
1 she posed with two unusual specimens Henry Ren- that the accounts paid'I Fund: and caused a corresponding -
it grown by were
is up to the court to paying their bills since the of 24. Supt. Morgan explains courthouse. The big increasen reduction in that such a violatIon.Simple .
piovide for their yard colored, of Pleasant Grove. up. : the anticipated revenue is
c.ity'clerk's office is not authorized that the mill is being dropped fund from $108,245.17 last failure to require
Both lons'.are'. ,of the "moon, and star" ,'arietyand the Edwards claimed that some to terminate or extend from the Interest and Sinking \Caused by an approximatetwo to this Cut reasonable proof of the iden-

Two Wrecks one at right looks" like this variety is supposed to look,- dark persons paid their delinquentbills service. .. Fund which goes to pay off million dollar jump in year from theF&PFundthls$95,662 year. tity of the person whose signature

green with 8' few large yellow spots (the moon) surroundedby but that he could not locate the $450,000 bond: issue for property evaluations from the was the $3.437 from thesheiU's is being notarized consti-
smaller"yellow dots ((the stars: ). Director Davis or his assistant -I I Trash Pick-up school construction passed in Brooker hydrocarbons plant request, allowing him tutes a misdemeanor under the
Reported' to tell them to resume and other new construction in
: The melon at left,, however. went'berserk with its ,color service to the customer. 1958.' Total millage for the the the same budget as last year I new: law Adams said. and is
Schedule Is county.
scheme and' out half and half I county will remain at 41.25, punishable by a fine of up to
came, yellow green,with a sharp 78740. But added to the i i
From all the argument and The result that the ,
By TrooperTwo was I
l line dividing, the, two holies. Renyard Is at ai(loss to explainthh.fren.lc I accusations ,however finally ,Revised. By City however is as picking the county the commission mill- Board made only two major fund was, $1,562 for Brad-, $500 or imprisonment not to
up exceed six months.Ignorance .
nature. < ford County's share for the
came a concrete policy, mostly cuts, the sheriff's budget and
minor automobile accidents The seed'were given to Renyard members of,the W.:,C. suggested by Edwards that 'A change in the' schedule to; hike its levy, to 18.25. By Rdad:and Bridge Fund, from public defender's office ex or absence of intent
law the school board cannot
were reported the trash" to defraud in falsely notarizing -
over pick-ups
Ward family,-hoiln: turn, receved! 'theth,from D. R. DT k. :'all three, parties [the clerk, of ,in Starke the amounts requested by,each pense. ;
t weekend by the Florida Highway Starting, Monday July' 22, has use the extra mill for any The third major fund, Road a document is no de
It seems ,that Dei rick saved the ,seed'after being :presented utility director, and city council but to retire that (Department! or, agency.: Even
Patrol each, involving purpose fense. The law requires
been ann9unced by Utilities and Bridge allocations. was new
with: one of the 'Woon and starmelons by.) :a man from',Georgla. ] 'found agreeable. bond issue. wjth'increases in each major '
only which went out have
one car 'notary public
cut a
j' <- "' i Supt: Ctscar Davis who said $3,500'when Road Foreman
,The melons said have dark red meat and 'Henceforth, all ;personswhose' The is to fund except 'Fine and Forfeiture -
of are to are unusually public hearing ,
control according Trooper I of in all signa-
switch identity
the Ji necessary to give R., E. Jones volunteeredthe proof
service is subject to being
.. the Board had
approximately -
be' held in the school board
J. M. Hollis and each resulting ,sweet; rConner.Leads ;' all residents equal service and action. Jones had asked tures being notarized.
terminated because of a left
$9,000 over
'In minor injuries to ," ) to: offices in the county court- Deliberately notarizing false
reach everyone. $25,750 for fuel and equipment
bill will be notified the mill [
delinquent plus one 11559.611
house and is required by state
one person. I :The new schedule applies !; upkeep and, repair the sameas information constitutes a felony -
they will be cut off .at a ,certain ; : ,they are getting from the
; :
law for the of discussing
A 1963 ,Pontiac driven by Delegation hour. Further policy set only to trash:not ,to the garbage purpose, school board., Cutting $3.437 last year, but"said that and ignorantly notarizing
Mary Hodges 19, of Gainesville J, the"/ proposed budget false document is injsdemcahortinder -
routes. Dayissad. Trash could be reduced to $22,250, a ,
is that all utility from the sheriff's
payments, budget request
went out of control .. To EuropeCommissioner with any citizen.. Supt. Morgan" the regulation .
;? \ wilL be ,picked up a.t all residences The health clinic budget : new
and will of and
delinquent otherwise $82,677 $3,500
.. I stated that
Saturday afternoon: July 20, ... .r ', has however is fund totals Adams explained.The .
In. which ,
.. i the city once per a separate -
be paid in the city clerk's of- from the Road and, Bridge
on S.R. 235 .1.9 miles east of Agriculture ,foreign'iaooui agriculture and week under, 'the new schedule. not a single person other Fund both relatively minor 14010.26 this year just i new law also providesthat

S.R. ,lOa while she was attempting ,' Doyle .conner- 'U1',lead' d'del{I to 'improve, relations 1" S and una4i1din' Davis said. Commercial- pickups than school board members cuts the Board will $1.65 more than year's $14- any woman who is commissioned -
has shown for of the
to I clean tobacco egution of Florida "agriculturelea'ders "between; America Tax Roll will continue ,be madeeach in up the 14 one he have, a total of two mills .or 008.61.In as a notary public
from the'car's cigarette light on:a people-to-peoplq? day- however.: Residents hearings years $23,119.22 left to place in a his first year under the and subsequently changes her

er. ,A passenger, Barbara.1 goodwill, tour '.of ,eIght: European and- the-people of Eastern and 'Is Collected are asked, to phone the Utilities has held office. special capital outlay fund for) budget system County JudgeT. name by marriage or other

Crawford, 18, of Worthington I, 'countries; including'Russia -! 'Western: Europe :. Dept in the city: hall Main reason for the large courthouse construction. A. Yawn asked for $20,850 method may continue to hold

Springs received minor injur-; j I July 26August,; the I ,r''We will' be talking' with: I number 964-2351, i if 'they, experience increase in instructional salaries Commissioner George Rob- and his request was granted her commission under the
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly is the teacher raise
ics of the neck hi the mishap.The : State, Dept.: of 'Agricultureannounced I tanners and- government' agricultural difficulty with the pay erts expressed dissatisfactionwith in full by the Board. He asked name in which it was issued
this collected 99.999 the recent state
autombile ran off the I p this week., I officials in all the year : per change. The new schedule is; granted by the board's easy-going $17, OO for salaries, $2,197 for until the commission expires.
cent of Bradford County's tax legislature All teachers will
left side of the rain soaked west U.S. 301 office $481.75 for Notaries appointed -
Monday- of expenses public are
I Countries to,be visited dur- countries we, visit," Conner attitude toward cutting the
roll which totaled $425831.86 ,- get a $350 raise those on
road going into a skid. It and north of Washington and ; office equipment and a by the Governor and commissioned -
the -will inside
ing 21-day tour said. "We will be hearing from almost budget to allow for a new
an perfect re- continuing contract [three
traveled 150 feet down the
Weldon Streets. $571.25 reserve for contingencies. by the Secertary of
Belgium, England, Poland them the reasons'they do courthouse.
of experience will receive -
left lioulder, crossed back tothe years
l Hungary 'Germany, things their way and what cord.Kelly actually collected ::Tuesday- everything: southof another $100 and those "We're $9,000 to ,the good State. Some 15,000 new commissions -
right shoulder and skid-
Spain Italy and the Soviet they' accomplish. and we will and WeMon and WashingtonSts. with 10 of this year plus the school board By being generous with most and recommissionsare :
$408,427.76 $13,072.20was or more years
ded 180 feet before being
more this the
budget requests year made annually.Openings.Told.
Union i I : be telling them the ofFlorkla's mill but I still don't think
story .
stopped by a telephone pole. allowed as disoounts for and west of U.s. 301.Wednesdayeverything. teaching experience will receive commission intends to that
To start in' New, York 'City we've done too good job. see
and whatwe a
progress still another The
?arly of taxes. Uncollected $100.
Property damage, to the car payment east
next year's [1965-661 budget
July, 26 the trip will be, conducted are accomplishing under totaled Everything has still crept
was estimated at $225. \ tax warrants county will also add several
of the railroad and south of remains about the same as
under the Won too much, Roberts
goodwill our American ofme.. us
In the ,second mishap Sum-: pcop1e-to-i>eople travel. program way' only $1,703.92 and errors and Call! Street. teachers this coming term told his iellow board members. the 1963-64 requests. No big In Coast Guard

day morning Mrs. Pearl Dykes to Insolvencies 2524.10, leaving which will help to increase navent cut increase is foreseen in nextyear's
implement the aims Masons Thmidaythe be- -"We actually
Meet portion
only of the half-
$3.88 nearly
Burton. 63. of Keystone I Eligible young men are reminded -
and purposes of the U.s. Cultural the salary budget.CEMETERY one mill from what we're expected revenue.
I million dollar roll that could tween Call and Brownlee Sts. ,
Heights lost control of her still
and Exchange Programand I Tonight, 8 P.M. .to work with, we'vejust County Clerk Charles Darby that openings are
also 1963 Pontiac 1.1 not be accounted for. and east of the railroad.
car a told the Board they could not
the National People-to- WORKING picked up one mill from available in the Officer Can
miles south of Keystone Bradford No. The tax roll actually totaled Fridaysection between the cut much than the $6,937
People Foundation. Each person Lodge 35, F. the school board" Roberts more didate School class that will
Heights on SJl. 21. She sustained & $225,139.30 but additions for There will be a cemetery from the budget without com-
on the tour will his A.M. will confer the Master railroad and U.s. 301 from said. The Board then went a-
minor rib injuries when own way, pay Masons degree at 8 pm. errors in computing It came Market Road through Starke working al Dyal Cemetery en head to make their two cuts r [Continued on page 61 convene on Sept. 15. 1963.
she met another automobile to $113.86 and interest for Upon completion of 17 weeks
and ran off the Conner stated the tour wU} Thursday July 25. All Master penalties totaled $578.70 for to the city limits on south U. Filday; Aug. 2. Everyone Is in- totaling $6,937, just over half I
on a curve Meet
be a working mission to learn Masons are invited to attend. vited.at a mill. Berry training graduates will be
right shoulder of the road, the grand total of 42583186. 'S. 301.
I The General Fund for next I commissioned as Ensigns in
which was sandy and a six
To Next MondayCounty the UJ3. Coast Guard Reserve,
Inch drop from the pavementat Purify /City WaterAerators .' '

that point. 'S. College seniors and graduatesmay

The vehicle traveled 300 Agent G. T. Hug- fulfil their military obligation .
; ;
feet down the right shoulder, Ir gins announces that the "open- this
Set To program.
crossed over the road and Operate A Month 4ng session" for the 196364Strawberry For further information

went another 300 feet down will be
the left shoulder before hit write; : Commandant [IPTP-21],

ting an oak tree. The car rebounded The city of, Starke shouldge 4.i the maintenance held at 8 p.m. Monday July U.s. Coast Guard, Washington. -
r-.I: yard, will
f 19 feet when it hit ; relief from its bad water also provide a protection in 25 in the Bradford County D. C.Tough.

the tree and property damage situation of Fair Building.
several years : the water lines against rust, ,
was estimated by Trooper standing tn.about three weeks Bessent says. The chemical i A fast-moving panel-type .

Hollis: at $800.Public when' two aerators ',to remove compound hexametaphospate ,v1L discussion will include such!; Skin

hydrogen sulfide from the water acts as an absorbent of rust I topics as weed control fumigation -!
will go, into operation, ac- Stops Bullet
and will clean out what has (
I coiding to City Engineer Earl I __ already collected in the lines. I fertilization new va-

: Bo&sent of Reynolds,, Smith tidy possibilities a c r eage- This Reno Nerreu does
I Only portion of town which
HearingNEXT ; and Hills, of Jacksonville.I I may not receive complete relief I ticnds and the election of a': n't bother to dodge bullets ,

i At a cost of approximately from the rust in Saratoga market advisory committee: there daju." She's developeda

THURSDAY $67,000 the city is building the Heights where unlined pipes Hazgins said.Following i tough skin and just lets

August 1 two aerators rehabilitatingone F were installed Bessent, said. these brief dis- ':I them bounce off.

well, and'drilling another. So much rust has already collected cussions. there will be a session -;

ON PROPOSED installing three chlorinators. in these lines that it I for questions that are of : Viola Williams, aged 60,

tuo chemical; feeders, metersat may not all come out, he says. daect interest to strawberry :, was shot with a. pistol last

School Budget three wells, and' constructing The situation In all partsof growers. week and hit in the leg

a lift station to 'provide LJPij"jiT town will become worse fora In addition to regular straw- but it didn't even break the

:, sewer service for -residents on I short period of time before berry growers any person who :

Totaling $1,394,430This US. 301 south. All this is the chemical drives the sludge might be interested in growling skin.The shot, from a .38 caliber

Phase I of the'citY's water- -- ard rust from the lines, according strawberries for the first revolved with a 2-inch .

sewer program. to the engineer. i time should attend this meeting barrel, WAS ilttd at -
I : City engineers and Street supt. S. R. rocks are shown looking over the two aerators a
Major items are the two I I 1 the, county agent said. : dog by Leslie Best
I constructed Meters at all three wells in I 62-year-
'at the
I cently : power plant and the maintenance yard. When they go Into re-j I
which are now virtu-, use will also give the city a' "The discussion will emphasize ; old Negro. Best wan: at his
ally the eratlon In about a month the city will receive its first pure water in several years. In bottom of lift ctatioa pIt
complete and
new check on the amount of water I practices that are important home on Oak Sireet approximately -
Space Contributed : wen on South Street. When I I At left is the one at the power plant which win purify the water from two wells. being pumped. Theywill enable on the south side of Alligator i!: from now until time for ; 300 yards from

the new installations completed rightis the toner 'constructed at city maintenance yard which win: use only one well at added.i i where Viola
the setting out plants. he sitting
: city to compare the Creek City Councilman Carl was on I
Weekly to Publicize the city will be pro present. The two .installations are virtually complete. amount of water pumped to I, Improved practices in recent; her front porch, when he
Hurst (left) and Street Super-
Events ,I vided with water from the the amount billed and in that years have revitalized the I shot the dog, according to
Community by
!' power plant and South Street r the maintenance yard. pacity. In that manner all the ance yard. to feed chlorine way to determine the amount intendent S. K. Hicks supervise strawberry industry in Bradford j Starke Police Department

The CommunityState ; wells and from the well at f The new well at South ciiy residents drink will go automatically into the lines. of water loss.RehabilitatIon. construction of the project.I County and last season's I measurements.

: the city maintenance yard. I Street will give the city four thtough the aerators except The chlorine and the aeratorswill The hole had to be sealed In I receipts totaled around $400- I I The bullet, bent and
of the
: Water from the first two wells j veils. Once it is in use the what comes from the Pratt give- the city double protection plant which is over 20 power with metal slabs to prevent its 000. It is expected that acreage twisted from boundnr along -

Bank j will flow through one aerator weii at the Pratt Street Play- well ,in emergencies. ., against bacteria. and old, has increased its capacity years fining withmrter. Foreman of for the 1963-64 season I the ground hit Viola

i at the power-plant, and-water l L ground will ,be put on reserve I Three chlorinators will also sludge. in the water.! from 350 to 550 gallons job is shown perched .a,top of will show a marked increaseif squarely In the right calf
per I
I from the latter well will flow I! and used only when the system ; be installed two at the power Two chemical feeders one steel beam across the big;hole. plants are available in sufficient -but it bounced right off.I

,i I through,other-aerator at is operating at peak ca- I plant and: one at the mainten- I at the POT er' plant-and one [Continued on Page 61 quantity. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Mc- Settles Here From NetherlandsAmong CIIURCH OF GOD :i Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Y-

I of Webster spent Tuesday Alley: ana family of Linden I Couple I 422 N. St. Clair St. I| PE each Wednesday 7:30: p,

with her aunt :Mrs. A. E. McKinney Ala. will spend next, week at ;, 1 1I I j t I m. Prayer Meeting.. Friday

I Jr. the Hoke Harris cottage atj i the interesting newcimers Sunday School 10 &JU.j I'7:30 pm. IL S. William- ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. ,F. Godwin! Kingsley Lake, and the following -I to Etarkp are Dr.,and I 1&i-& } Morning Worship. 11 a. m }1! pastor.

ejid. family left Saturday for week at Swan Lake. Mrs. Philip Garson-Goergen .
.. a <,,
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE W4-M51 their home in. Shigrin Palls, Miss Joanne Walker is visit- lately, of ,Tne,Netherlands, and: 1 t t

v : Oiiio after a two weeks visit ii.g relatives in Warner Robins new residing.J at 383 Weft'Washington ] don't miss this greatWATERLIS3

with his brother and sister-. and Macon, Ga. for two St. <,*
:Visiting !.fr, and Mrs, Joseph Mr. and Mrs.: O. M. Smith of in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy weeks. 1

I Gissy. and family .last Mount ,Doia spent ,last weekend Godwin.Mr. Dr. Garson-Goergen, an oral
Mrs. Lois Thigpen is home it
Sunday "i wore; Mrs. Emma I with ,Mr. and ifios.'w. M- surgeon, is a new associate of Tkt t RumUID
... and Mrs. Cecil Walters after being in Doctor's Hospital I .1rr
I the dental department at Flor-1 .tAlE'b
Stark and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. + t
of Dublin Ga. arrived Wednesday for three
!i. Claries; stark of Alum Bridge, \ Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews : for a week's visit Aine Hauger weeks.has returned ida State Prison. He met his : U lJimiU;
W. Va. 1 had as Saturday guests wl.: e, Charlotte, when she washis' ]
with their grandchildren. Dea. from a visit with relatives in
\ Recent visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Buck:: Raulersonof chaiKide assistant while',
I Terry and Lynwood Walters. Maryland.C.
Mrs. he was employed as' a dental fT
J. T. Quigley include Jacksonville.Miss i
Mrs Effie Johns visited her H. Nasworthy was called c1iaitotm
-'Re\'. John Minder of the F-ac-I I Doris Spangler of instructor at the Danish Cl iidren's '
i niece Mrs. F. W. Webb in i to Jacksonville last week by in''i :
t;,ulty of Trinity College in ;_Camp Blanding returned Monday -' Hawthorne Wednesday. the death of his mother, Mm.Bessie Dentistry Clinic \.t:...,, r-
Clearwater: Dr. and Mrs. Cor- I after a' two weeks' visit J J11r. Aahrus ,Denmark. He was 1 Lit. i : COOV/ARE[
'I C. NasworthY, 84. She '
I. and Mrs. I F. Smith .
=bin S. Carnell and sons, and ''In St. Augustine with her > also instructor at the Royal ., -

-Wilbur A. Scott' of. Gaines- grandparents. and family of Paxton: Ga. had been since a resident 1925,of coming Jacksonville College of Dentistry in Aar- y5y Looks better because it's ex>' *thfck aluminum
Ue. are spending this week with I = '
-. \ Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson there from Rebecca Ga. Fu- hus.Mrs.
Herman Barker and family i I had as weekend guests Mr. Mis. Lucile Davis. neral services were held last Garson-Goergen is a .by JtAfest! Beitd
Lynette Roddy left Saturday '
of Sidney, Ohio spent two native of the of ,
and :Mrs. Leon Gailey of Arlington Grand Duchy ,
Friday morning in the Sea- ,
for an 18-day tour cf LOOK AT AU YOU<>ETt ,'."- .
weeks with his brotherinlaw : Va. and Bud Lawson Luxembourg which, she is "'" i;
the eastern cities New Eng shale Chapel in Jacksonville. I ,: 1 Of. Save txtrokxnryCver \. COMP1E1t SiT t
and sister. Mr. and :Mrs. quick to remind : is ,
you completely h"a pa.1. ,
1 of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moxley : -
land, and Canada. She will aiaetaai.
J. M. Harrell of Starke. l W
I' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Regis- return August 6. I and children returned after i' independent and NOTa ,. .t.1. 1 W. Saute S&a9-fitti.::..8 '% 1''h.
Judge and Mrs. T. A. with !
part of Germany, as some 'T' a vaportMUCaver 95
ter and son of Altamonte spending several days at_Daytona +
,Miss Ann Bunch and : even
m-I I
and children returned: Wednesday ( Springs spent Sunday with Beach. people erroneously.jelieve "In Dr. and Mrs Philip Garson-Goergen, are pictured with 1. 1 Vj Of. Cool <. 61G'
., Bunch of Aiken S. C. >.r
alter a week's vaca- my :.i.i"erel.; G.Inp i IIEIIII .:J!,
.Mrs. ,C. H.. Register. were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. O- fat.JI she says, with pardonable their: sit-weeks old. Chiliankau, "dumdum which they acquired \i Pact' Fan handles
.tion at Daytona Beach. I Itn I : 5 Qt. Batch BrilliMtt .
H.1 Tom and Dave Long of Mrs. Henry Godwin. 'Brien have taken Mrs. W. S. pride, "Luxembourg. is since coming to Starke. :,\ o.,.. sat."i'' '
and Mrs. William
Maj. .
Florida State University were Slade to Waynesville, N. C. celebrating.. ; its 1000 anniversary atr Mtrteit
Edwards and children Hal! Mrs. Harry Mooty and this' ; and received uage in Swindon [Wiltshire] : the climate." :'A. 10"' Skillet t low heat;
Visiting their parents, Col. and Gerri where she plans to stay for year a .."f?) (OaUhOv mlalmtua ?',;.
in Cynthia, and Susan of Canton daughter ani, Betsy :
nice write-up in.the European England and her French while i She added that Europeans .H Cover fits water "
Texas are visiting Mr.] Mrs. T. T. Long, last week- Matthews of Starke and Mrs. two weeks. While Mr. and '6"r" ;::91 .Skillet) : i
edition Time magazine staying,hi Paris and Belgium.She I think. of the .United.States ''
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, and !end.i Walter Vanderhp and daughter Mrs. O'Brien.are away their several'months"ago: had planned! to become,I mostly in terms of.California t..hiy'I'_ I ')
j I Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Gaines- son Slade is visiting his t , \
fl' liifi parents Mr and Mrs. W. i iH. Dawn of Decatur Ga. .
: .
an "until and Florida .
The interpreter my plans j but Florida bas .. ,,,,'
ville spent last weekend with giandparents.: Mr. and Mrs. > : h'.
Edwards Sr., at Kingsley;i i : I spent. the first of the week at '" ; -''' '
u- ] changed by marriage as the edge because living \()
her in Europe last March, were I : expen :.'))tIPn llf.t
U.ilJ ute They will be here for'''I sister-in-law Mrs. A. E.I j ji Daytona Beach. I': T. H.. Slade: Sr. .. u'nSl
: and- according to the customs she,puts, It. set, are not so high as in Cal ';' {,:
w.. about & month's visit. ,i McKinney Jr. :Mr. and :Mrs... H. D. Allen of Mike Budd arrived Wednes- :
of her country combineu When Dr. Carson decided to ifornia.Dr. '
I day for a week's visit with his :
M' :Mrs. Effie Johns had as Miss Patty Budd returned to Memphis, Tenn. visited Mr. '
1 0.: their surnames, Garson return to the States, with a Garson, a native New
; her home in Jacksonville Wednesday fam-1 great-grandmother; Mrs. W. I I
weekend guests: :Mrs... Minnie and Mrs. Bill Epps and
E. Middleton.Mrs. ihisl] and Goergen [hers]. After goal toward eventually enter- Yorker received his pre-den- .
carter. I after a three weeks'visit k
MI G. W, Baisden, and fly last weekend I ,
tal AB degree from New York,
marriage they spentsome ing private practice they
Mis.. Martha of; with her great-grand- G. F. Snell and chil-
Rhennie Johnson ofKe'stone
Mrs. time' with her made contacts and learned of University and his DDS ,from!
dicn parentsin i I
01 ,J&ckponville.Hfs !i mother, Mrs. W. E. Middle- spent last week in Fer- FuMe
ten. Heights spendingthis nandina with Mrs. T. J. Cor- Dudelange, Luxembourg I institutional openings in California -I the University of Pennsylvania. ''I'QT.SABCIPAW' .-
Bernard Cohen of
I week with her uncle and bett. Before leaving from LaHavre,I Virginia North Caroline -i He completed three years i 2 DT.y .
1.. Maryland left Friday after a Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy -i aunt Mr. and Mrs. Henry France on the USS United and Florida. sauce PAN .--"- -
three weeks' visit with, her spent Sunday with Mr. Godwin. II. L. Speer is improving after !surgery

parents. Mr. and Mrs.. Wesley and Mrs. J. T Nasworthy in Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roddy undergoing surgery last' States. I I "We chose Florida," Char- m 1954.

Andrews. Winter Park. will leave Saturday for a ten- week in the Lake City Veterans ;Uaxembourg is bi-lingual. 1 lotte says, "and I am very Eventually he plans to enter

relatives Hospital. and Charlotte perfected her pleased with ?
day visit with in our choice. I like private practice somewhere in
Arkansas and Tennessee. i j s Mr. and Mrs. P. S, Snow of I English while studying: lang-! ic here very much-especially I Florida. 1 lli OT.

I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owen Dublin\ Ga. spent Sunday I INSET PANT

SHEARING Check-up NOW! I I ana family visited :relatives_ in! through and Mrs. L.Tuesday D. Vining.with Mr. Mrs. Bobby Kite entertained | :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shuford i Mrs. C Gliison 82 I r

Ocala and Tampa last Sunday her daughter. Debbie Sue,: aid children; have returned ]

;, ijean Ann Whiffen returned with a surprise birthday party I!I after a three week's vacation Services Held S

no i Next To Vision ... Hearing is the ; Mrs. Harold Ford ,of Mer-I home Sunday by plane aftera 1 j 1' at Kingsley Lake, Friday af- ; a I Hall Lake near Keystont.i .! <
: rUt Island is spending two two week's visit with her teinoon.::: After swimming, the i i Mrs. Gladys Harrington had TuesdayMrs.

I' Most Important Sense We Possess: !i weeks with Mrs. J. H.'Fields. '; in grandmother::Miami. Mrs. L. E. Natt, traditional birthday cake and I I! as Sunday guests: her son andI Emily Pinner Glisson. S 41. 1\

i I Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Plo' ice cream were served and I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. "
82, of Starke, died Sunday eurcH ovE
Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams 'a :
i and daughter Mary, of Tallahassee .I the guests given party favors I Buly Harrington and daughter t+ttruvo
Thus, as properly fitted lenses can overcome 1 spent the weekend in after an extended illness. She |
: were visiting Mrs. P. Mrs. Gladys Harrington at- : of Jacksonville. 'I' .., -a
was born in Duval County on ,
defective vision, loss of hearing can be com I[i D. Fancher last weekend. Waycross daughter Mrs.Ga. Charles with their Mc-I. tended a party in Jacksonville -!I Linda June Stefanelli of June 18, 1881 and was the I) t
I : Tuesday night for Miss
1 Chester Taylor of Lake i iI Gainesville is spending the "
pensated for by 'an aid to hearing. i daughter: of the late Lucian I I Iar..d f
I Placid visited Mrs. J. H. Qaaig. I Mary Jo Pabst. Miss Pabst and\| week with her grandmothers, Annie Sapp Geiger. She RtclPt EOOK 'i I.
Mrs. E. P. Boland and Marion Harrington will be I I
Fields Monday morning. Mis. Henry Stefanelli and!
: :
Make your appointment NOW! for your Audio- vras a member of Jehovah'sWitnesses. I i
daughter returned to Athens, married in t
I Mrs. Marie McMillin of St. August.Mr. I Mis. Russell Norman. I
.- Meteric Hearing Analysis and Consultation. I Petersburg is visiting her Ga. Thursday after a visit. and Mrs. F. B. Beard I j i i
and s
Mrs. William H. Surviving are four sons: 10'1 }
brother-in-law:: and sister Mr. with her parents Mr. and returned home Tuesday afteran I !
I ,I Edwards: and family of Can- Raymond L., Albert M., Isa- SKILLET ;4GS
CONTACT MRS. LEE E. DERDA 1 Mrs. H. L. Speer. eight day visit with Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Gentry, this. yen. Texas are spending two dore R., and Leslie F. Glisson.i i \
'week. Frank Williams and Mike and Mrs. Lynwood Rivenbarpand I weeks with his parents Mr. all of Starke; one brother I
Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist 1 I I Reddish spent last Thursday, Mrs. J. O. Beard of Fayetteville HAN UP Tb-- '
and Mrs.
,: Mrs. Harold Ford and Mrs. Hal Edwards. James Geiger: two sisters,
at the Gainesville Hearing Aid Offide I this I II and Friday on a fishing trip N. C. and Mr. and I'I
Fields spending
J. H. are ,. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Jones, and Mrs. Margery I I
: week with Mrs. Robert Tanner aL Cedar Key. Mrs. Charles Fountain of Car- Mrs. Peggy Shaller were Mr. Parrish all of New
632 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville Fla.
tcrsville. S. C.
Miss Louise Donaldson of
| in Baldwin.ii .
and Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger of Smyrna Beach.
Decatur, Ga. left after Mr. and Mrs. John Torode (
I Phones: 372-6715; Evenings 376-1384 ii; Miss Carol Searing spent Monday and Hampton and Donald Rae Funeral services were held
1 a ten-day visit with Mr. family are vacationing I
t .--- -.. -.. ... --. -- A'I L; last weekend. with friends in and Mrs. this weekimMiamh,. .' Tilley of Jacksonville. at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Jones
L. D. Vining. '
I . Sneads. L :Mrs. Gladys Harrington and 'Memorial Chapel with Rev.
-- T "H '- -- ---- -- -- -- --- ----- Merrill Struth (
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams [ -] and children, GUARANTEE
( Mrs. J. D. Smith Bur-
h -- Nancy and Martha,. and Miss Seymour attended Henry officiating.
spent the weekend in Rate Struth .! a miscellaneous shower in ial was in the family plot in 1 We guarantM the s
W ,
: 6-BOTTLE : Jacksonville with her mother, W. Page in the Lake Mrs.hospital Jacksonville Monday night for Kuizsley; Lake Cemetery under : 3.. DAYS ONLY3 extra'thick alumi
FRIDAY AND 4 CARTONSATURDAY MIi s. J. p. Rogers. last 'City Miss Mary Jo Pabst'whose direction of DeWitt C. Jones sum nteniilt to b
Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Sunday. : free from defect ia
Recently admitted to Bradford marriage to Marion Harring- Funeral Home. DECORATOR material and work-
spent the weekend in Green I
County Hospital were toii will be an event of August.Mrs. Active pallbearers were Pete THROW PILLOWS I manship.Any part or
Cove Springs with her son-in- Alderman, Harvey Hill, H. F. parts thereof whichare
W. A. Stern has returneJ
Mrs. Cleo Andrews,Mrs. Jessie -
JULY rAL eMY 'Ia.\'w and daughter Mr. and proved defective
Parmenter Fred '
Mrs. George Manassa. I Taylor, 'Mrs. Edna Sullivan, after spending a week with REGULAR ONLY will be cheerfully. I
26&27 : t Lamar Woods, Betty Jane her daughter, Louise, in Aspen.I Frank Coleman and Ira Wilson ; placed. '
Mrs. Alva ;
Smith of Gainesville i $2.98 :
Coio. Miss Stern is j .00 'j
*" is visiting her cousin, Morgan Charles Johnson, all attendingthe jI I
I of Starke; Mrs. Elsie Thorn- Aspen Music School where
Mrs E. A. Winkler.
M,1 : ; l Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner r ton, and Russell; Thomas, she is studying. with the artist- \\v. c. r. (/. 1 1"IT'S

: and children of Or ando are+II' both of, Hawthorne; Peter I''.1 teacher Grant Johannesen.Mrs. "Unless there is within us A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" I II
rte" Fancher In. of the State Myldred Cuttino and I
i visiting: their parents, Mr. and '" that which is above
i e
i Farm; Dorothy Crawford, and j daughter returned Sunday after
:, Mrs. Leon Conner, and Mr. I' shall soon yield to that whichis
Denmark Furniture
COKES and Mrs. Barney McRae. David: Scott of Lawtey; Ella a two week vacation-camp- about us." Companyof

Mrs. Mae Rhoden and Charles A. fag, trip to North Carolina 'I
George Anderson and [National Voice.]
I Cox,of Hampton. and
REGULAR i Irs. R. A. Newsom spent Monday ; Tennessee. Accompanyingthem Starke
t ( ;: in GainesVIlle.I I I Mi> and Mrs. Carl White ofMianu on the trip were Mr. and '
f' !! visited over the weekend Mrs.F. B. Beard Jr.of Gaines- Cash Paid for Good. Clean 434 446 West Call St. Phone 964-4321
FREE OF EXTRA COST WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 10 OR MORE GALLONS "Mis.ncheon G. guests of Mr. and ,1 with Mrs. Peggy Shaller. I ville. Rags !o Khakis or WooL AD i I I
Newcomb last
OF GASOLLNE99 :. Cetton. Bring to Telegraph I.
.? Wednesday were Mr. New-I ,
comb's cousin and his wife I

: 9,9C 99c 99c Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coleman 1

and daughter. Carol, of Mansfield -

tJt ; Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.

: Coleman are former missionaries -

H99c; 99c't wcrth Mr.to and of India.Jacksonville Mrs. Cary spent Naz- NoW.OPENCECIL. !

QUICK RADIATOR FLUSH 99c ., several days last week with
t parents Mr and Mrs.

: BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 99c W. T. Nazworth and Mr. and I
CAR WASH ----9; '"'9c<< Mis.Cindy Barney McKinney McRae. of St.

99c, I i I Petersburg is visiting her aunt

Mrs. Alice H. McIntosh Is DO U G LA 5

. WITH MOLY GREASE i I visiting her sister Mrs. Sally II

: ALL.. THIS.. .. PLUS. T.. V. STAMPS I Thomas and Mrs. N. R. Hines -. .'

; ., -- EXPIRES JULY 27TH i Mr.in Live and Oak Mrs. this Gail week.Mathews I

i returned Saturday from a five i } IIT MARKET

i 99c99c 99torI ,' weeks.relatives.trip While-to Iowa there to they visit

: \J attended the 50th wedding

anniversary of Mrs. Mathew's

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I 516 EAST BROWNLEE STREET I

and Mrs.: Carl Whisler.

Kids. Free : Mrs. M. 1.. Lawson and !i I

children, Mrs. Lawson's father. '

Oren Welch, and her daugh- I' Starke's New Ultra-Modern
ter-in-law and granddauhter 'I

BUBBLE GUM Mrs David Lawson and Cindy I I Ii

with spent Mrs.Monday Lawson's at Salt soninlawand Springs Self-Service Drive-In Grocery & Market !

AND BALLOONSWE daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i ,

., Guy Dyal, and family.
Mrs. John V&sselaer of I

Jacksonville was the weekend DESIGNED TO MAKE YOUR SHOPPING

gwst of Mr. and Mrs. F T

GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS Renner and Mrs. A. P. Sauls. II I PLEASANT "' -; '. ; '.
WITH EVERY PURCHASE W AT'ER5' Mrs. Michael Gilhooley was '
'hostess at a "jewelry party"

U-Haul Trailer RentalsFREE to toil: 10 Thursday o'clock at night her home from on 8 ;:

'" : I A Week. 7 A.M. Toil .M.J
I j Riford Road. After a numjber j Open Days 's

:PICKUP & DELIERY', CITIES @' $ERVltE were of served games by, the refreshments hostess. .

OPEN 7 A.M. -. 8 P 1L t ; Marion Harrington and .

SEVEN DAYS EACH WEEK t, 705 N, TEMPLE; AVENUE ', Miss Mary were Jo weekend Pabst of guests Jacksonville J Watch For Our Formal Grand Opening Sale Next Week! '

11111 PHONE 964-9911 !> cf his mother Mrs...Gladys I! __ .
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I Miss Nancy Bates -4 ,Hatcher Home .. S Miss Adkins Weds S I

Is Complimented (Scene Of Lovely ; T: \V. L Carter, Jr.

At Lovely ShowerMiss 'Open HouseA 1y In Lake ButlerMiss

U < I.

Naucy Bates, whose I delightful open house was Robie Janet Adkins r

marriage to James Edward I given Saturday evening by
GLADYS MOOTT PHONE 964-4)651) daughter of Edward S.Adkins, -S
Hodges of Jacksonville will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Hat- Sr. and the late Mrs. Adkins

somnizsJ! : at 8 p.m. Saturday cher Jr. at their home on E. and W. L. Carter Jr., son of _-

Aug. 24, in Holy Trinity 1 call Street honoring Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter

Episcopal Church, Gainesville. | Clmlene: Hardy and her fiance Sr., all of Starke were united

was honored with a miscellan- j Charles Francis. \
eons shower from 7:30 until j Mrs. Hatcher greeted guests ,:. .,. :: : '$., (f July 6 at.8 o'clock in the home

9.CO o'clock last Friday eve 5- at the door and presented S ", -'" \ ( of Judge and Mrs. A. L. Drig-

ning. | -- tncm to the receiving line i S S r_. 't.,," gers in Lake Butler with Judge

The setting for this lovely I composed of Mr. Hatcher Miss S 4- t Driggers officiating. --s

aflair was the State Farm 1, Hardy, Mr'Francis, and the f : ? Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W.
Community Club House. Arrangements I hrnoree's: parents. Mr. and ";'./A Martin were the couple's only i

of yellow and 41 Mrs. Charles Hardy. j ,, ",::,: ". attendants.Mrs. I

white zinnias and other mixed S 4> ,I Mrs. Charles Darby invited Carter is a 1960 grad-

summer flowers were placedat gt..fstS.into. the dining room ( uate of Bradford High School) I I

? 9' vantage points throughoutthe -.-", if I. for refreshments. Mrs. J. E. ", ; ana :is employed as secretary I -

large club rooms. Hardy, aunt of the,bride-elect, and receptionist at Doctor's ,
,F, SS S Hostesses for the party were Miss Atchley i 4; -,' Sylvia MorrisIs
.',4F i poured- punch, presiding ( 1" ._ S SS S Hospital in Starke. Mr Carter -
<.;; S Mrs. Ralph Upton, Mrs. Bryan Engagement Told J! at the silver coffee service r.. j is employed by Clay Electric : Engaged

':' < Erwin, Mrs. Louise Harden, I was ,Mrs. .G. E. McGaul'-y of [ 1! Cooperative Inc. in Key.

rS Mrs. Edgar Beasley, Mrs. To Wm. C. SmithMr. falatka, grandmother of Miss : stone Heights. To Mr. Underhill

: J : Fred Haislop Mrs. Ray Hend- Hardy. S I r II The newlyweds are residingat

''L f.( :.,.1' erson, Mrs. M. G. Roberts, : and Mrs. Mell Atchley The ,dining .table was overlaid 1 541 W. Call St. in Starke. i Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mortis -

.!;;. < /.;;>< Mrs T. L Mersereau, Mrs. R. of Gainesville announce the I with 'an imported cutwork S announce the engagement

.01 j/', E. Taylor, Mrs. E F. Mayton engagement of their daughter. I I cloth, end centered with an.; ;BPW To Meet and approaching marriage of

,.., .,. Mrs. R. W Brannen, Mrs H. Theodosia, to WilliamCon '.,arrangement of white stock i 5- f -- I1 their daughter Sylvia Elaine,
,.{t. M.: Richarde and Mrs. R. F stant Smith, son of,LeonardF. .white mums, white daisies, and I The Business and Professional to Robert C. Underhill. son of
t1#: ... .' and Mr. and'Mrs.. Rodman C. Und -
McLendon. I
'" I Smith Sr. of Starke. j I pink 'gladioli.. The centerpiece ', I 1 Women's Club will meet
...... .." '' .<.A ,' '. I I Mrs. Mayton greeted guests ,the late Mrs. Smith ,who was I was 'placed in a silver bowl. ..': Thursday night, July 25, at rhiU, all of Starke.

EI' .. ., II' .' r f ai the door, and Mrs. Harden the former Georgia Lee Little. I'I and lighted pink candIes were S i I I I Margaret Brown's Kingsley The bride-elect is a gradu-
> '., I presented them to the receiving The prospective bride is a Pamala Sue Parker Weds TisonIn ate of Bradford County High
; ..... I on either side of the'arrange- Harry Lake home. The covered dish
4-J Uo School Mr. Underhill is 1959'3raduate
; ; a
line which was com- graduate of Gainesville High
,, ment in silver candelabra. Silver at
First Church supper meeting will begin
S Baptist CeremonyMiss of BHS and is employed
"S I jcsed of the honoree Miss School and the University of : trays held an assortment .
." .....,,,. 'S' S ., at the Florida State
.F... Bates, Mrs. Ogden Bates Florida where she was a member 6.30.'s
.. .'" f. '. of dainty sandwiches and
: < S. S -; Pamala Sue Parker I accessories. Her .
corsage: was Raiford.
Prison at
':' ';." :: ':) ; I mother of the bride-elect, and of Zeta Tau Alpha sorer email cakes.
:4" >, daughter of Mrs. Maurice also :Bobby Barksdale
\ a purple-throated orchid-
; .5 The wedding will be solemnized -
\ri S Mrs. Vernon Peacock of Jack- ity. Miss Atchley was a speech Mrs. Norman Willis invited '
;1;> T', .S'.. Wingate and the late Jack Following the ceremony a at 8 p.m. Friday. Sept.
'... 1.f:y,/. ...-<,., : < sonville, mother of the bride- correctionist for Pasco Coun- guests to sign the guest bookin Has Birthday Party
Parker and
# Harry Than son reception was held in the
"" '. '" u" S 0 ) 6, in the Church of Christ in
... 'u groom elect. ty in Dade City. She was recently the family room and Mrs.
JpS { < of Mr.and Mrs. Macro Tison church education
,_., >: '"< ,..,. .{"' .. .. ... The many lovely gifts were a resident of New York James V. Crosby invited guests i. building I Robby Barksdale, celebratedhis Starke
"!t- "fi't. '. .,., < of Waldo, united in where tall baskets of flowers
"" "" '., Jb ., were marriage i All friends and relatives ofthe
) f'" / displayed on a large table City whele she was a staff twelfth birthday anniversary -
'-' 'x '' :\{; ..<. .. S : )S(1t.' : >. : .. I to the patio. Friday evening, July 12, and palms formed back-
., "< a to at-
., I invited
l" ., ; :1,91' .'t. '. .1"t.: : '.' overlaid with a handsome member of Hunter College and on Wednesday July 24, couple are
; < } N... :. .i..;:. : S '.: ;. .:"' \:$;, \ 4'.:: ; Misses Janet Jayne, Dorothy at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist -1 El ound for the bride's table. tend.
"-,< y.:. .. .. ...... ,. ... ":". ." .}".,..s'.f%u'./ )54";.'s><\NhJ..0 """" '.' linen cloth. the New York School for the and Delores Hardy, all with a hamburger fry and
-- S. % ; Church of .Starke. Rev. W. :The three-tiered wedding '
The serving table covered I
swimming party at Midlakes.
I Martha Jean Allen, Phillip i M. OdomExchange with a white linen cutwork Deaf.Mr.. Smith is a graduate of cousins In of entertaining the bride-elect on, the assisted A. Hogan, pastor officiated. I cake, flanked by silver candelabra 'r About 15 guests helped celebrate Recent Births
Large baskets of white gladioli centered the bride'stable
CiOth, was centered with a Bradford County High School this occasion.
Vows., Jn.Live Oak Rites low crystal bow J' holding an and the University of Florida, covered patio which was decorated mums, pompoms, and I which was covered with Bradford County Hospital
'''' I. with colored lanterns. gypsophelia used in white satin and lace cloth.
artistic were dec- i a announces the following
of and
arrangement yellow was a member of Kappa '
The First Baptist Church of marches were used and a pro- i and white gladioli and Sigma fraternity. He is em- The refreshment table held orating the church.A Smilax swags, caught vrithf, Birthday Party births:

Live Oak was the setting at gram of nuptial music was pom poms. Balancing the ployed in the foreign depart- the punch' bowl and: assorted program of nuptial music white roses and showers of For W. M. SmithW. i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee

4, o'clock Sunday afternoon, I presented by Mrs. G. B. Dees: floral snacks. Little Misses Carol was presented by Miss Carol; riobon. were also used oh the Staike a daughter, Laura Ann,
piece were double crys- ment of Cities Service! Petroleum ;
June 30. for the wedding of I Jr., soloist, and Billy Mills, I tal candelabra with burning Corporation and 'is at H rdy.. sister of the bride- McRae, organist and Mrs. :bndes; table Smilax and pompoms M. Smith was honoredat 'July 19.

Miss Martha Jean Allen, organist. I II elect; June'. Hardy a cousin: Vtrnon Reddish, soloisk- surrounded the punchbowl Mr. and Mrs. mad Smith,
I yellow tapers. The crystal present located in Bogota Co I a surprise birthday party :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sid- i Given in marriage by her 1 I punch bowl was placed atone II lombia. and. .Gayle Hatcher, daughter I The bride was given in marriage on an adjoining table. last I Starke a son July 23.
Saturday night given for '
Il.:) Allen Jr. of LIve Oak, j father the bride wore a floor f end of the table and a The, wedding will. be an .event -! of. the hosts passed trays of ,' toy her stepfather, Mr.I Standing in the receivingline him I'i v Mr. and Mrs.. Robert. Men-
and M. Odom of sandwiches. by :Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Phillip son i
Wingate. and wore whit! were the bride and bridegroom
zen, Keystone Heights, a son,
I length gown of white hand- large silver tray of dainty of August 24 in the First I '
Mr. and Mrs. John :D. Odom I Other to satin'gown Walker. I
clipped Chantilly lace over white and yellow cakes was Methodist Church of Gaicesville. ? helping serve featuring bell 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wingate, 1 July 23.
Jr. of Starke. The ceremonywas bndal satin. The fitted bodice placed at the other. 'were.Mrs. T. C.; Hazen Jr., shaped skirt, and scooped Mrs. Macro Tison, Mrs. Kenneth The five couples attending 1 i

performed by the Rev. Mrs: .J. D. Warren, Mrs. John I neckline, embroidered with iridescent -I Grider Mrs. Paul Worthington. enjoyed various Esterbrook Cartridge and
had a Sabrina neckline and Serving punch were Mrs. games and refreshments. Fountain $1.95'
Cornelius Davis. Charles C.. Greene, Mrs. A. Russell sequins and tiny seed I Miss Betty Jo Moody I Pens $2.95 -
wa accented with selfcovered Sawyer Mrs. Harold Miss '
Kay Lyon ,
The nuptial vows were repeated -I buttons extending down Godwin, and the brider>m- ; Norman, Mrs. Orie Wiggins, pearls. The matching over- I and. Miss Sandra Bryan. :3 95 at The TELEGRAPH.

against a background Kenneth Terrell and Mrs. Willis Chessier. skirt formed 'The book '
I the back: of the bodice. The elect's sister Mrs. Vonceil : a chapel length ,br1.dE's was 'kept

ofi, jade foliage, tall, branched : long, tapeied sleeves came to Sandifer of Jacksonville. Wed In GeorgiaMrs. --..Upon'arrival, the brideelectwas 'train.' The dress was complemented byMrs/Robert DyaL'and Mrs. .

candelabra holding lighted: I calia lily points over the Mrs. Upton kept the guest presented with a lovely : at the waist by a .Donald 'McRae and Mrs..P. L. DEPENDABLE: SERVICE-
tapers, and baskets of white I book. A col'gage of sweetheart roses. A cummerbund of iridescent sequins Bridges cut the wedding cake.
wrists. The voluminous skirt beautifully dressed Kay Lyon announcesthe : Akridge' Taxi Service
gladioli and porn poms. A and 'Assisting in serving Mrs. .
was fashioned with three lace mniature bride was the focal marriage of her daughter,' ..serving. piece to their chosen pearls, fastened at were' I .
focal point In: tJieT&ackground the back with three satin Kate Sheppard. Mrs. Eva An- I
silver pattern was presented to
tiers of ruffles which mergedinto point on table. Patricia Kay, to Kenneth i
was a 15-brancheo'brass! candelabra a shirred back extending One hundred and: twenty- James Terrell, soritof Mr.,and the honor guests by, the hosts. cabbage: roses. She carried a Qel, on.'Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mrs. I
holding lighted tapers, I cascade of white Vandal H. M., Hatcher Jr. and Mrs. H---
or- i
five I
train. guests invited to call 150
into a graceful chapel were Mrs. Corb tt M: Terrell of Approximately guests
With a large basket of white I Ii with of white Dave, \ Paulk. I :
I Her three-tiered veil of French dUI ing the appointed hours. Keystone Heights called between the hours of sprays S ,
gladioli, chrysanthemums, and I satin ribbon tied, with stefan- For ,a brief wedding trip, to ,
I i attached to a evento and930. the outoftown5
illusion was The wedding was,"an 7:30: : Among I
pom I poms placed directly in I ots; and Central Florida the bride
centered with.a -
I purplethroated
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front. : crown of seed pearls with honor, wore a street lengtn July 3 ,in Folkston,.Ga. The guests' were Mrs. G. : '
I teardrops. Her only ornament 1 dress of Dior blue silk organza couple was accompanied, to E. McGauley, and Mr. and orchid on-a back- a white dress with blue jacket, I
Family pews were marked ground'of blue and white accessories I
magnolia ,
single strand of pearls, .Mrs. Frank Stokes relatives
was a' over taffeta, featuring a Folkston by the bridegroom's -
i scoop PHONE
with white satin ribbon and I Her and. a white orchid
headpiece was a three- from her
a gift of the bridegroom.The neckline and full skirt with! parents. of the bride, all of Palatka.
white wedding bells. tiered crown of iridescent wedding bouquet."Mr" .
bride's flowers were a bustle in the back. Her head- 'Mr. and Mrs. Terrell are ; j'
':Lighting the tapers were beads and pearls to which was : and' Mrs. Tison art re- Starve, FJa. 9642681
crcscent shaped bouquet of piece was a small cap of bothgraduates' of Bradford, Mr. Vanpfy 75
John Odom brother of the attached a fingertip veil of il- sitang at .their home on Ed- "'I "
white .bridal roses, stephanotis, matching blue leaves with a County High School, class of _
bridegroom, and Danny Edwards Services Held luiion.Ms.. wards Loop Road. I .
anci white orchids. short circular veil. She carried i 1963. Mr. Terrell is employedwith "
cousin of the bride. Kenneth Grider sister I ,
Miss Glenda Brim, maid ofSlade's an old fashioned nosegay of Triest Construction Co. Monday Morning .
j .The traditional wedding S fthe: bride, was matron of "
I pink carnations centered with in Keystone.The
honor and Miss Sandra
; Bryanwas
pmk roses. couple will reside in George Hugo Vanpfy 75, of I I
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
/ I bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry Starke. Starke died in a local hospital :
Sizzling Summer I : were Miss Betty :Jo ic '
Johnson, sister of the Saturday morning following a Lightehyburmealmaking
Moody and Mrs. Paul Worth-
groom; Miss Lynn Black of J. G. Alvarez, 53 brief illness. ington.

Orlando, a cousin of the bride; Mr. Vanpfy was a retired -
Services Held Attendants taffeta -
wore pink
h Miss Donna Chastain of Jacksonville merchant having operated a ? chore
with basque waists and
E k4 ; Miss Diane Johnson Last WednesdayJ. giocery store and restaurant bell skirts poised over layers .

Miss Sinka Koff and Miss and rented several apartments .
of pink .net. They carried / TRIPS
Sharon Bird. Their dresses and G. Alvarez, 53, formerly in Starke for the past '15 ...SAVE TO THE STORE
nosegays of pink roses, tulle, :
matching headpieces of sky of Starke died last Saturdayin
years. ,He was born In Austria and "
anamone pompoms"'t1qdI
blue were fashioned like thatof a Fort Lauderdale hospital. | March. 10. 1888 and had I \ .
\ bows of pink satin
the maid of honor. They Mr. Alvarez was born in been a resident of Starke for I
J. L. Tison was his brother'sbest
carried similar bouquets. Starke on July 9, 1910, movingto 11 years. I S
and ushers
I Kay Odom, La wanna Sullivan Jacksonville many years He is survived by his widow r man ,were _

: and Georgette Hunter I ago; and later to Fort Lauder- Rose Colhans Vanpfy of ::I Kenneth; _Grider, Benny Cam- ; ,.._::_%(_

HARDMK\ << 36 INCH were flower girls and wore dcle, where he was employed; Starke. pon.Mrs.and Winsate.,Johnny mother Campon.of the W -n- _

dresses like those of the othar: as an automobile salesman Services were, held in Jones --S _
bride, wore a powder blue 'ur sQ _
attendants. They carried whita He was a communicant of the Memorial Chapel In Starke _
late street length sheath, 4
lace baskets filled with flower Episcopal Church. 22 with Rev.
Monday July ,
petals. Surviving are his widow, of with matching accessories anda LcIi _, J
K.. Walton Grady. pastor purple-throated orchid cor
John D. Odom Jr. served Mrs. Irene Alvarez of Fort the First Presbyterian Church, 11tW

I o1iixekaiigeS his son as best man. Ushers Lauderdale; three daughters, officiating.. The body' will be sage.Mrs.. Tiaon mother of thebridegroom .f I I

I were Charles Odom, brother of Mrs. Lewis Atchison of New cremated.
I wore an ecru lace, 4 1 ,S _
the groom Larry Odom, Char- York; Mrs. .Leroy Garfki of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral street I I
length dress, with beige ,
les Johnson Jr., Bill Johnson.Howard I Houston. Texas; and Miss Home of Starke was in charge 5- S '

I' Wright, and. Larry I Cynthia Alvarez, Fort Lauderdale of, arrangements.' I I Li I

Completely : Johnson. I I ; one son James Alvarez New Test Set i I

Automatic i Immediately after the ceremony : Jr; Fort Lauderdale; his Mrs. Koolbeck 83 For Jobs At
iI /
S I iI Mr. and Mrs. Allen entertained mother, Mrs:Hildabelle Bencej i /

I I with a reception in his father. Oscar ,W,, Alvarez; Services FridayMrs. Naval Air, Base -

the educational building of and his stepmother Mrs.
p the church where guests were Nancy Alvarez, all of Jack Nancy McGhln Ko l- The Jacksonville Naval Air

S" received: by the bride and sonville. beck.,83. of Jasper. died .Wednesday Station announces a n e wexaminatIoi.

groom, their parents and the Funeral services'were held morning in a,' Starke : for stenograph-

tT OVEN bridal attendants. Wednesday in Fort Lauder- convalescent home after anextended 1 ers. and typists to be used to :

awe. : fill vacancies! in .aU federal
_ The bride's table
'rta' was cover- illness.
I I I -
( agencies In the counties of S S S S
ed with floor satin
a length
: She. was born in Hamilton! Baker 'Duval S
Mrs. Burton 45 l Bradford Clay,
: overlaid with white net. ,
: ounty on Oct. 20, 1879, and:|{ and St. Johns in Florida and ,
? p Centering the table was the
Services Held was a member of the Advent,i Camden .and Glynn Counties
; S. OVEN four-tiered wedding cake em- I

bossed with white orchids, Sunday In GeorgiaMrs. Christian Church. .lin Georgia. Time to change to a modern 2-in-1
'VINDO'VI blue Surviving are four daughters i Beginning salary ranges are
S forget-me-nots, tube roses '
-S .. S I and lilies of the valley. Charles Burton, 45, Mrs. R. L. Morgan. r F from $68 to $79 per week. The ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR'FREEZER..a"supermarket your kitchen.*

S S 5- 5 S :-- --'- Topping the cake was a minia- the former Rosa Rowe of, Brunswick, Ga.; Mrs. B. C. Civil Service Commission has A double-duty fool center that's roomier inside,yet takes less floor space. :
BACKGUARD Holtzendorf, Sr., Starke; Mrs. i lowered the age limit to 16 -
ture bridal bouquet in a pouf Starke died suddenly last
of white net. i F. O.i Perry, and Mrs. H. C. for high school graduates who

Friday at her home in Atlanta Ledtpe of West Columbia I otherwise meet examination; DOUBLE-DOOR STORAGE '. adjustable freezer section;,You can stock up on

ed The with punch table was cover- Ga.. where she and her Texas one son._ Ernest Mc- i!I requirements. shelves They hold all the frozen and "special sale" items. .save money. .
a floor-length white
satin cloth : husband had lived for the Chin, Dickinson, Texas; three Interested persons may obtain fresh foods a large family needs. Everything

overlaid with a past 12 years, moving there.. grandchildren, and six great application forms" and information NO DEFROSTING-Many.new models are
full pale blue net cloth, designed at your fingertips. I
from Starke. ,
grandchildren.JFuneral at post office
REGULAR $196.50 any frost-free or self-defrosting. No scrap
like the bride's table.
Surviving are her husband or the Naval Air Station,
services will be held :
PLENTY OF ICE CUBESYou'll never ing chipping,,or :
Magnolia boughs, and floor mopping. .
Charles Burton: her father, at 3 Friday in the Advent i Jacksonville. Applications
baskets of white gladioli, pompoms I J. B. Rowe of Starke; 'two Christian Church of Jasper should be filed with the Executive run short. More space and fast ampe! See the modern Electric

Sale Price and greenery were placed sisters Mrs.. Edith Biggs Decatur with Rev Travis Carter Secretary, Board of U. supply...always. Refrigerator- ,
- I 111.50 1 Freezers' and '
at Freezers with
vantage points in the separate spe-
Ga.: and Mrs. Ruth officiating. ,Burial win follow iL Civil Service !nmfnf"1'!, ,

reception rooms. Baker. Jacksonville; and three .4tt. Evergreen Cemetery, Jasper -" U.S. Naval Air Sstatlon or the MORE FOOD SPACE. New models are 'cid new features and'tt variety of colorsat .

Later in the evening the brothers, Vernon Rowe Jacksonville with DeWitt C., Jones Examiner; in Charge, .Main bigger. inside, smaller,outside. Larger your'appliance dealer. '
bride and groom left for a Claude Rowe Law- I I Post Office ..
$ : Jacksonville.
SAVE a 25.OOSLADE Funeral Home. in charge of ar- .
wedding trip to Niagara Falls.; tey: and Clyde Rowe. Gaines i rangements. -c ,
and Canada. Both are graduates ville. Hare yon an old refrigerator

of Suwannee High Funeral services were held .. fan or tools irfakh you BO Ions2r k; Qt flameless $
SJiool in Live Oak. :j- :
GAS at 330; p.m. Sunday in Hemp-
CKltfll. 7001 ,
Mr. and I Mrs. Clifford Sinks
OF STARKE < ,use. Convert them Into -
Mr. Odom is associated with erly Funeral Chapel, at East cash '
his father in the cattle business Point Ga. Interment was in and children of Jackson Tenn. .- FLORIDA I POWER & LI GilT COMPANY '
spent last week with Mrs. now; Phone 964-3101 and ask S '
332 W.-Madison St.- Phone 964-3551 in Starke. where the Sherwood Gardens near At ItlLN' MilUIOMIOA I

1 Fesgy Shaaer; ., ., .
couple will reside. lanta. for ekiIfled. -
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G THURSDAY. JULY. 25. 1963Recreation
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1 r rI I, Beats Out TerwillegarBishop \Bishop New were heard for unlawful speed BROOKER BAPTIST

News IRONS > : and failure to yield the right-' CHURCH
; of-way and causing an acci- i
Countryub/ I' Rev. James Temple. Pastor
t. \ dent. ,
} Is New cases were running 1
alldW9PPS ChamjHpn' !
1! a traffic light, driving Morning "Worship, 11 a.m.
& -, President )8 f ,
Evening Service. Sun

Garden Wins Third StraightSlowPitch Playground,; ," News', I I Of Sfa 'ke Country QlhI { i: without a firearm a in-lic the nse city, discharging and disorderly day School, 10am.pjn Trammg
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"Saratoga' f" Heights; & H. A. [Buddy Bishop Jr. conduct by doing bodily Union 7 p.m. Prayer Service

Madison Street. I Harold Bishop III won the ,( was elected president of the harm. each WednesdaY.. 8 p.m.
p Softball Title Bad- weather prevented a Starke Golf and Country Club r-- Starke Golf and Country Club j I i. ..

$ r '- lot of .acti ty on ,both play- ,4 championship Sunday 1 by; two '; at the organization's annual:1 C That's OutBusinessw'
: 6L fi :
meeting last Thursday nigh '
Holes ,
c giounds this week. Despite the nr: match playtiverYwo- !
:. Garden Restaurant, Starke'Si I ]na ted both leagues.It rain. Arts and Crafts were, enjoyed lie a r defending ,champion p:i i other officers named were: I,; -,- l ; "If It's cia.4'Z"\vllave) : \ It"

perennial slow-pitch ,softball( was nip and tuck for thchamps j by both ,playgrounds. Clyde Terwillegar. Di. H. H. Adams vice president I .I LW CALL WRITE? ,or VJSIT

--champions staved off a last i this year, however as :This; week we ,made Carva- ; The 17-year-old. Bradford I: ; J. C. Fogg, treasure!; I ,\ ( L:! FOR ANY GLASS >sEEDSHEA'S

\, ..ditch Terrell's Gulf rally 1Oa, j fighting Brooker team I tone molds which we will High School, athlete.., came II!, aurt Charles Sawyer secr- } ,
:and then edged a fightin;! ]matched them run-for-run for carve ,next week. | from behind fcx the1( fourth taiy.Six I Sf 'GLASS 'CO.

.Brooker team 5-3 in extra hi-11, seven: innings. the entire I The ,second girl's softball nine witha brilliant three- i; vacancies on the board.of *

] nlngs last Thursday night.' :length of a regulationgame., game was played between, By HOMER WOOD ;i under-par. 33 to 4ake the directors were filled asii I (NOT: INC.)

I :>JUy 18, to win their third :I II I Like the New York Yankees. : Madison Street and Pratt i championship. He .is shown -:i fellows: Dr. Don Christoffers I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass (V

.consecutive.. league title. (| ;the champs couldn't be kept ,Street playgrounds Pratt. Approximately 50 1! hokiin:-Jhe trophy
The Garden's 1963 chamMpionship I, down and in the eighth frame;'!Street won by. a score,of 25 to', and, guests' turned ,out memberst Sun- !ed for: winning the champion- .I George W. Roberts. J. C. Fogg. I Just :Mail Us "A Pattern For

L was actually their of the final game against,: 22. Jane and .Ruth, 'Crosby. t d>y tQ watch.the exciting ,golf :-ship.of_ :f the Cecil Field InvitationaL I(, John Torode, and Jim Brown I Table Tops

II :.ninth straight softball tills i i. :B.-ooker,, they came up with,' Janell Goodman.;.,SharonHo- i match Between Clyde Terwil-| -- : '-e ':- ., 1 1 Godwin.i [1313 N. 'y. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fte. Phone FR2I453I I
"gcing back into the years I!two big runs on three hits,;an ,well, Betty Jo and Robin I j : |f BIshOp: finished Ihe lo- i Holdover directors are: Dr. : ,
.:v.en the league was ,fast I i I i. ciror and a crifice fly. Warren Jan Thomas anduDij j i icgar and Harold Bishop III.j I II championship Sunday witha .;. ,i i H. H. Adams.:! H. A. Bishop jr., |
i I Around 20 oJ: .- 3. > ,I
I were, on the ; '
more ,
I Carl Stern started .M. .j T. A. Yawn, Bill Epps, Jim
'Pitch. The slow-pitch league I IJaa i: thing ant: Thomas ,all turned, Jn line i one-under-par performance I
I la.t to fine
been organized only three i iyeirs I off for the champs with a performances. I would like to.uige. : green see Bishop's jin I ,the 3p le tournament. J Hobbs, and S. G. Denmark.? II I
i shot out of the rough.
and Garden has domi-I double and went to third on all girls from. these a-j} ]]I What 'counted Sunday however 1 The retiring president. ..
!I an Jimmy Rowe promptly j' The spectacular shot was ; Cil de Terwillegar. will also
-, error. reas to come out for girls 1 I i t was the number of holes
up ,ove the' struck the j
: trees
i singled him home to break softbalL i! won and Bishop won two more [ serve on the board, as providj-
flag stick and left him _, -
I the deadlock. Adding icing' to Pratt Street News a j i than Tervyliegar, in a verY j ed l in the by-laws. *
4-inch putt for his birdie!
I the cake Woody Strickland I'I'I The Pratt ,Street girls closely played match. r *

Bue singled moving Howe to third. soundly beat the :Madison I Both players showed us Young Bishop had played. s L MAYOR'S 'COURi! ;
I some fine golf ,all the way.
Shortstop Tommy Malloy came i I Street softball team Friday in I Terwillegar for the club '
up with a sacrifice fly to a seven inning game. The I Tuwillegar had Bishop one i ii championship year before last: '-M' I A routine session in Stark!
j i dawn:; at the end of the first
score Rowe. I J whole term deserves a big i but, :was, beaten when Ter : Mayor's Court Tuesday night
18 holes. and at the turn of .
: The Garden team also demonstrated hand! I' willegar ,was four holes up"} j July 23, saW' Mayor Randal
its comefrombeI!i I Arts and crafts begin carving 21. On the final nine. Bishop_j ,with only three to go. j j I :- :-- ,, '<-- Chitty try 14 cases. 5

j' hind power in vthe first game : this week. We think you::I began to tighten down with,1 Sunday both men had 35's ,, .Bishop Holds Three persons each were
I'I' against'Terrell's Gulf, a team, four birdies and one bogie fora I Cecil Field Trophy tried for disorderly) MWANE' LAYAWAY EVENT
't;'twill.enjoy it so come out and on the first nine for even conduct ;
blistering 33 on the last nine .
BU they edged 10-9 to knock them'from join us. i i, (lay but Bish shot a 38 to I >' < by use of profane and indecent -
the play-offs. With Terells -i J Nona Park News holes. One of his birdies came !i iOu Tel' 1llegar's 37 on the second 'hole with a par-4 and Bish L language and public in* OF IAIN'S! AND :1QYS'
the last hole. [ I was: only ,one up. -
r leading 5-3 in the fourth II j ji loxication. Two cases each "
BVi Rain\ has bee na big hindi i [r nine and was down one hole. The I
Matches yet to be played youngster demonstrat-
i I izning the Garden came up i ranee to our attendance in (! Both shot 37's, on the third I : -f
I 'Charles t d great form in HANDSOME FIRST GUMITY:
I Webb
arc,: vs Bob Mc- ; : winning the "
with seven big tallies to put j! this park, but we are, looking I Rae:; Vernon Silcox vs Mike 1 nine Sunday afternoon and he ninth hole, however to go two; your children. ; f, .
: the game out of reach respite for improvement. Bring a I I was still one down. Club NewsCarnation -i
Sheppard Bill and win his first club r
i ; and Powell vs up title.
several near victorious rallies ; friend and join us for arts,: I : Social and Savings
{ I David Silcox. I j I Going into ,the fourth nine On that final both men hit i
': by the Keystone team. J I II ai.d crafts, Softball, ring toss held
!.: I I i, According to H. A., Bishop]I midway Sunday afternoon drives into the rough. Bish Club meeting was
Terrell's came back witn and many; more games.rchcry jsyoung Bish found his i j Monday night. July 22, at
I three in the fifth1' and Jr... the new club president"tlophies game i then cinched the match with]
$ runs j i He Mrs. Sarah Prince's home
I will be 'lOwever. birdied the third. a beautiful wedge shot which
awarded Sat-
H ;; then added another in thej I Ii Archery was under way in.I uiday night. Aug. 3. wong::1 I': fifth and sixth holes to go 'went over a pine tree, hit the I \with the president presiding.The .
i se\enth but still one run full ,swing Tuesday .and two : next will be held
up on Terwillegar. meeting
i They
1 a dinner Time and details : green once, hit the
S I short. Terry Hardee had four The ,j j I' Thursday with team play and of this event will be an- 1 i ooth parre-d! seven in four shots flag and dropped dead afoot : 'I Aug. 5 with Mrs. Glennis Solomon -
hits for
$ straight tournaments held both'; days..' pounced later. !, but Terwillegar won the eighth from the hole. I as hostess. All members -- -,-. :4LAMATD
I Keystone team helped Gardenin I The boys are. really Improving 1.--- I are asked to please remembe
the big fourth inning rally and have shown much in- -HomerIChldren.'sPr V YLVTYV VTYVYYTYVYVYYYYVYYYYYYI, to bring your birthday gifts. !.t.-
y committing six errors, i teiest. Richard Williams 'and .! NEWS'bF f :
INTEREST TO COLORED r : The Fiesta and Carnation
.wever. Mike Mitchellhave been outstanding I ; ',
,Vesthighousec I g. 1 Social and Savings Club mad SAEJACKT5
i In the nip and tuck final in tournament, and CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
a conation of $64 to the American ,
: ittest with Brooker the Garden team play. Don Hardy who. I .
-' Quality J drew first blood in the recently: joined. is doing a.fin (By Elizabeth Givens) Legion for the building .
I funds.- W. Brooks
Mrs. ,,
second inning on a home run jou as are Robbie, ,Smith, The BraJford'ounry Children's -, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAllll. ii > iaa. . . . reporter. : Ii'4/7' .' \
--- I---p ;
: by DeWayne Elder. Brooker Committee will continue ----a-----aaa-aaaaj
; 0 Dependability I Keith Thomas and Greg '
came right back in the second Ion i Nichols. More tournaments are its program and regular meetings '. Summer Program i vocabulary/The child needs; Church News MEWS 2,3 4. I ; -

r: Features a walk to Jim Temple and i scheduled for next week soI : even though the Florida j At Thurston Elementary I to be.. skillf: uL These skills are j{I' Services will start at Mount; RiG. 9.c!" UCOYS' ( j.-,: /

consecutive singles by SUd-I keep up the good attendance., Children's Commission has*,k -Reading ability is 1 very essential -I developed through direct attack : Moriah Methodist Church with I r, : ;.qJl

man and Al Davis to drive the i Air Rifle ,Club I ceased to exist, Dr, Florence .. both for its functional j nd repetition. Sunday School at 9:30.: Morn-: BQYS1RFG. W23 U -
( _ t
free home the Jennings president 10:1; ustn4 ih" school and in later ; ;! ins Service 11:30: ; Evening
pass tieing The Air Rifle Club is gain- of the ; I am being assisted by sev-: j C.59MEN'S
game 1-1. !' ing in popularity with the cal. group, said yesterday. 'lifCt"It"i$, also, recognizedthat: era! Community helpers. Patrons i Sel rice 7 p.m. with the pastor,: II ,
-I tallied i The 1963 -j the.',program "of Rev. Clarence Stezer, in ,
Both teams also boys and we .have some outstanding legislature did not developing ,and friends are welcome i ii ;
twice each in the fifth frame Ito I performers here aLso i appropriate funds to continue : the, several\., language arts i to visit with} us from 1 p.m chuge.: All members and 3$ TO
tie the score at 3-3. Temple I,i Again Mike Mitchell and Rich-i operation of the state commIssion -' skills I is centered in the read-: till ::5 'pm.,,Monday Tuesday: friends are invited to attend i SIZES

again started things off for !i aid Williams are leaders here in the 1963-65; .biennium -.! mg'program; in our "school !i ind 'Wednesday? .. Mrs. S. C I'. all services. 8 TO'is
Brooker when he reached first : Attendance has been low this I, although the 1 were- and: elsewhere. :. H I' Pjice; program l leader. Greater Allen Chapel AME c- ,, rJAP-
on an error. Singles by Stid-j 1! week, so all boys and girls; I atmg the commission was not, We at Thurston School.j2w Recreation.i Church. Services will be held Smartly sty ed Jacket -

man and Jerome Kelly scored IL I 'i iI who,Lara crested come out; repeale I Temple for Stidman 'I Ia. Dr.Jennings said that the ana nie tnethod in leading School at 9:45: ajn.. Morning .
one run.
I and join in the fun and learn L i I mer program.S about to end : Frame knit col '
home with the I local had ,t been ::program are of vital importance -' Service, 11 am. with the I lar. Slash j
.... .so came sec- how to fire the air rifles and I _groups asked} f and the official staff is grateful pas- : pockets. .
o zid run ,when the Kelly sl.n-I I the importance of safety, in L to carry on their programs BOth are'equally'im- : for the cooperation and I ; to> in charge. The Choir Un- New olid colois. .

*interiors Ideal complement! for Traditional. gle was fumbled in the out'.. the ,program. See you at the even though the state commission portant to assure the interest I success in the program. It is 'j', ion anniversary will be held .

fPoli'shed ld. was inactive. She said .in', developmental reading. i gratifying .to see the progress rat 2 p.m. Sunday at Greater ". .
Platt Street |
mahogany doors antiqued The Garden's two fifth inning Playground. tKat regular I Our reading isj Allen! Chapel. All choir fiLL WEATHER
.brass.grille meetings of the i program I of the beginners and the advancement j members .
*1.11! controls concealed' inside runs came on a single IIEILBRONN gioup would be resumed in I built with sequence'and scope,(I of the children who of the city and friends:

easily accessible b:y Tommy; ,Clark. Townsend BAPTIST CHURCH September after a summer recess. of reading ,activities. In the began the swimming program!!I are invited to attend the grand zEpeuv T ,

Spreads cool ar; evenly. further Strickland's double s cored program we are teaching read- i,:i I affair. Chairman Thompkins
reduces operating sounds Clark and Carl Stern's sacrifice Sunday School, 10 a. m. in&, arithmetic and spelling.' last summer., Parents are wel- )!, or the trustee board asks all]

r. fly scored Strickland. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: Motor Parts During the summer: we come to accompany the chil-': 1 members to please remember COATS iet

*t ..* ,% Training Union 7 pjn. Eve ate trying our best to make oren to the lake at all times, I II; your obligation to the trustees i

"- ..,, Steno Notebooks. Steno ning Worship 8 pjn. Prayer; Widens LeadIn the subjects more meaning- and join the swimming clas aiid pay 'our leaders to take I m

l. r=__} ,-. :,. : ,Ko-rect Type, TypewriterPens Meeting-Wednesdays 7:30: pm. Bowling Leaguewy ,rui. The child needs a meaningful ses and learn to swim with care of the expenses of the: M P'S 18', J

Typing Paper Erasers, Rev. Charles Harvey. pastor. i i vocabulary and a sight church. 36T046 : ? I
Ribbons The TELEGRAPH.
I I : out in first place position
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.;, in the Men's Commercial BOYS' .99

League, took three points from; 8 TO 18
Pyrofax Gas this week with

i TERMITE INSPECTION$ Gene Goble rolling a 533 Series ft. !. Han dsorrsly s vIcd! t .

I for the winners. Bones ,J ell weathsr, water '
I I Mahoney was high for the losm.with repellent cc J'S in- p q .

,' a 571.'community I sfyish new med;
I: MORE IMPORTANT Bank took three ploi s. Heavy z'p-t-it

... Clean, uncluttered lines for Contemporary points from Russ's Place with pile i I lin'nq odd 1 '
% rooms Charlie Johns rolling a 465 warmth we'' rr.eJed. ', ., IOal
... Luxurious oiled walnut "' for the bankers O
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All controls concealed inside paced the losers with a ,- 4frDOWN
easily accessible THAN EVERI!
C ,499. '-'I'
I Spreads cool air evenly, further I \t'.it\\ I I HOLDS
{ reduces operating sounds I i Food Fair still remains hi U. S. GOVT.. ,GRADED BEEF '
.. I sixth place after losing three t:;, : .. ji YOUR
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:t I For the past three years Gainesville homc- points to .
Jewelry. High I CHOICE
OR LB.1 .
owners have received virtually no warning. of man for FF was Aciei:Johnson'\ CHUCK ROAST STEAKSlffla 49c -

..... i th. pretence of termite infntations. with a 501 series while Bill I

"- The weather conditions have not been suitable Rosser rolled ,a 492 for the ;
for the termite "swarm" the warning sig jewelers. : '' )E'r. f-
characteristic/ of this most destructive pest. Team Standings BRISKET : M 1 19c! L

Yet serious infestations have been found in W L ri'M; Sycdeii

hundreds of unsuspecting homes. Siarke-Motor Pts 26 10 Vinyl

I I Three years without warning Pn Community,fax Gas Bank.._ 19 20 16'.j 16 HAMBURGER STEAK 3 IK $$1 100 -. -kzi KETC-

J may mean extremely Gem Jewelry. ... 19 17
Model HMD heavy infestations and Russ's . . 12 24 j'EE 1'r -. :
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.. : damage.; Food Fair --. ... .114 2i%

"VUSH-BUTTON CONTROLS: i: : It is perhaps more important Officials Visit ALL MEAT STEW LR - 59c WJ4.99
ush a button to cool and de- than ever before thot tf
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jiumidify or to circulate! room air. -
.ADJUSTABLE THERMOSTAT: ,-' --- ...-. .-_-' your hj&e be inspected im- Legion Post I ; Cotton vinyl two tone
4 ,sude front
mediately. with
ri : worm
;"Maintains aL.t".n1ticaIlY.:) desired temperature -. State and district officialsof SMALL FLA. GRADE "A" SMOKED \' 1ti. I. w\n ivu/o*> OJon pile lining.-

..AIR JET VANES: direct air where : ; 'c the American Legion visited I 1 1 Stand-up car, sef! knit
*,ou want it: up, to left or right THIS SERVICE IS Post 56 Tuesday night and assisted HEN'S FRYERSLB. SAUSAGE .' ,4)) cuffs h/pocke1s.! Sizes

"straight out or variations of with plans to reorganize -' -. 36to44. .
;;_these directions for wall-to-wall an Auxiliary unit : '-' Ito.

,-cooling. 4 FREE Around 6Q Legionnaires here. LB. ; !agtt ," '
-PERMANENT FILTER: Filters out their wives LRI9C : 27 39c '" I
and dates attended tl
dust, pollens, air-borne impur- : BOYSEOYS' '
"ities; washable.t 11 /1P\ At no charge to you Flori the supper meeting and
: i daPestControlwMinspec; greeted the visiting officials: 'WtODED
., END CUT -'k
I 't Alfred M. White
; \ your home. If there are no Jr. of Jack- .
'Slade Gas Has The Best L
I. qiJ termites there is no charge. sonville. Department Chaplain PORK CHOPS 00 -

Buys In Florida Since The r I i' I If termites are present this ; Lamar ,Cannon. Jacksonville K

:Beginning Of Air-Condi- I. Ls : --I company will give you a ,. North Area Vice LBS ? \ ,; ,' ,r f )
1' FREE ESTIMATE for their Commander: Velma Slaton SPARE !**''5_ z'4'_'4 'Pj' -
mtioners. RIBS 99
.... ; eradication.GARDEN Gainesville, Woman's Auxiliary : : -

? EASY TERMS Northern Dorothy Area Kirshoff.president Alachua.; and -TO BAR-B.Q "..** .. :I \Q34 ,f TO 16

.WI.: District :Four Auxiliary, presi- IkF
dent._ S110KiD $ Open .7 a. m. -- JO p. m: lOOji washable magnastjjen -

fSLADE I I tlfHEtj! Tentative reactivate plans the were Auxiliary madeto 'BAG' ,(O-MM; .!L43 4 .. y heavy 12-oz.cutenhell quilt with Un1 -

I here and Mrs. Kenneth Grider 1rL& ,1 ing. Heavy knit collar
was named temporary 'I- end; cuffs. Zip-off hood,
f fWE'
chairman of the group.It // Y)1) slash pockets.

GAS OF STARKE &," PET_ i. CENTER was, announced that a J9cw STOCK A COMPUTE( IIME OFtiROCERIFS I I (\ I

HOUSE OF QUALITY 539 E. Call St. Phone 961-3965 School of Instruction*for Legion .r :QUANTITY KHiHTS; KESERVKI '/ JR.BOTS'. ::: 99
A officers will be held In 60? Brownlce Phone 969-1095 J JI \ 3. T07_ _.r

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Guardsmen Set training at Fort Jackson,S- C. I]Man Is Charged; Car And Train ternoon, July 17 r according to tarit Chief Kenneth Fuqua, I PENTECOSTAL IIj II .

To Capt. Drew F. Reddish, Starke police, but no injur :and the -train backed into her j AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
Leave Sat Company Commander; stated ,Police Work Collision BeingInvestigated ies S24 W. BrowTilee St.
.,,'- reported. ., car totally demolishing it. I
For Summer CampTwelve "Tnis is the largest. number of ;;'Temple Mishap "The 1954 Ford driven by Impact of the collision I Sunday school 10 a. m.i 964.2600

personnel we have bad attend' Mrs., Erickson was the third; knocked the. Ford to.the west .
Morning Worship, 11 a. m., DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
members of the as a unit from-Starke and we;; A local man was charged I A car driven by Gladys car in: line waiting on the.;curb: of Temple Ave. but the 'I

622nd Ordnance Company ,, will have the responsibility i with failure to' Field the Malia Erickson of: Opa1Oc ta,! train'to more at the crossing. ; train was .not damaged. No I: Evangelistic Service 7:80 p. m.I
j Director
[IGS1. local National Guard furnishing ordnance support!! right-of-way and causing an Fla. collided with a local work!j II i The flagman waved the cars] charges have been filed as yet j Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral

unit, left this morning for for most of the Florida troops j accident&y Btarke police :MonI I train on south Temple 'Ave.at .i to ga and two of.them crossed I; according to Fuqua who said: 17:30:: p. m. Prayer for the sick,; Starke, Fla.

Fort Stewart, Ga.. as the advance by reason of having, the most i I day morning July 22, when the intersection of South the tracks. But Mrs. Erickson] the case is still being investi-, at all services.-David T. }.{c.'1. RENTAL SERVICES '
detachment for .the experienced personnel in ord- I he turned left into another I i,
purpose of checking billeting nance work. It win be a''busy I car at the intersection of Thompson St. Wednesday af- slowed up, according to Assis-'J Ii ated.ii [Ghee, pastor. "if Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches

t receiving supplies and pre- two weeks, but much train- I Temple Ave. and MadisonStreet. I} A: i l' x- *- I.
ing and will be u' :. .
for experience
checking tanks '
firing. and guns gained, especially by the I. No injuries were reported "' ,-_ ----- -i-i: ___ :- "Badcock1I1TreatYouRight"1..: ,.: ; "< ::

The main body will depart ounger personnel." in ,the mishap -

Saturday morning at 7 o- CWO Ed Cole, unit motor Henry Laport, 68. who lives

'ciock and will arrive at Fort officer, reminds the. public at the Pine Tree Inn on SR.

Stewart at 12:15. that Florida Guard units will 100 south of Starke turned Furnilin

The unit will have about be on the roads Saturday and left into the path of a car I a IDE

132 enlisted men four War- Sunday 'and that those who driven by Ruth Durden: 18, of

rant Officers, and four officers art traveling should make Apopka. The Durden familywas

attending the 15-day aiowance for this. ,"Convoyswill on the way to a funeralin

summer field training exercises. be snoring throughout Jesup, Ga. The Durden car I 9

An additional 15 men are Florida and this will slow was going north on Temple

on six months active duty for traffic 'and call for greater Ave. and the Laport car was I

cars in the practice of good headed south. 1 '
diiving and safety." Laport's car sustained $240 t't

Personnel Officer, CWO Al damage to the right"front and I

Best Buys! Crosby, estimated that the side while damage to the I

Guardsmen will .be'in the Durden car was estimated at
neighborhood :of $17.000 for $275.

the active 'duty' period and Laport was placed under a I
that i about 30 per cent or more $37.50 bond.Rainfall. 7aa '

23"Tube of these to,Starke funds by will the be unit returned per- f+ n+ 1 x.. r pf Gibbs Furnit re Company of Gainesrill M. ,

sonnel. ReportAverage ;zi ;

((282 sq. In. picture Training Officer Lt. Richard Dealer for Badcock Furniture. Opens a Branch Store In Starke L_ _
overall diagonal) .Jockel pointed out that rainfall in Bradford
the unit wIn move from the County for July, 1962 was To Better Serve The People of This Area. '

armory 'to Ft. Stewart and 10.87 Inches, exactly 2 inches w
RCA VICTOR more than has fallen this "
immediately after lunch move month to Florida # r. ; ,c We cordially invite you to visit, BAD- BADCOCK'S full carload and full truckCOCK'S .,
for three according
day bivouac. ,.,, _
"Though we will be workingon Forest Service headquarters.But .. newest store now opened in load purchases earn them greater dis- )

the Post; in the shops we at this writing there ,' t ,' Starke Fla. counts and major freight savings. These
T1std TV '
N zv will be in the field at night,1staled were still nine days left in I to ; '. : savings'are reflected i in BADCOCK'S low, e rr.

Lt. Jockel. The unit this month. Total average ; :; j&kty Come 'in and make yourself acquainted. low prices. Stop in and let us prove that ,

WITH will move in from the field rainfall this year up to July i"r' See for yourself the outstanding values '. "BADCOCK WILL TREAT YOU ,rezt I I I

on Wednesday. 22 has been 42.41 inches compared : that BADCOCK'S are offering in all of RIGHT" and "YOUR CREDIT IS t

Seal s d CircuitI1 .\ review and parade will be to 36.75 for the same 1_, their associate stores in Florida. GOOD'"

Space Ad1e heid about 9 ajn. Saturday, period last. year, proving the ..
in which all Florida National past! few months have indeed a4 \ I,

Guard troop will'take part: j been wetter .than last year. i T ; ee .
During the past week, from I
M.yi Each year a large -number r. iS real r = I
of friend: and relatives go up Monday, July 15, through slr a C_. '

to watch the parade and visit Sunday, July 21, Highland
the Guardsmen at Fort Stewart [Lewis Hill tower] was the _,
i ReliableilCe'ge wettest! place in the county
S pointed out
SeaIed that housing is hard to get[I reporting 4.9 inches of rain- SPECIAL PURCHASE SAVE 10 TO $20
Cllcuitry fall. New River reported 3.1 p
and that motels and'hotels II I Iinches j jt 4D c FREE f' COLORSiChina
and Santa Fe tower
fire crowded for than .
more t i pll/ltro.
z 50 miles during this weekendthe t 12.6, the driest spot in the | Loose Cushion Swivel Rocker 0 Gold/bra.

unit is at county.No j Ash T Tnq/turq.
camp. ray s Pillow-back Recliner Chair '""t+ 0 Block/bit.
Others, in addition to members fires were reported last' t COLORS i
of the 622nd OrdnanceCo. week, to extend Bradford's I This beautiful gift is yours absolutely ',' +k Both ehalrs were serially IllarkltoryTurqIvorr
TIll ALLEN of free No obligation. Nothing '" pure-bared fur -
string several fireless weeks. |
Series 34B22M camp will j to Just come ,t. tbi rrent. Take mvantace Y. Gold/Cold
buy. in and take +
be members of the 2nd Op. There have, (been 74 fires re- j one home. on .> et thtM gigantic Brlge/Brown
Detachment A, Co. C, 20th ported since January 1 this ,y bar g al.* at each j $* Bro".aBe1areYour

$ $188. Special Forces, consisting of year and 503.8 acres burned i low t. prieei, nlille thrrla a sI

four men and one officer. compared to 154 fires and :I I j: .. / M

Also Lt. Col, A. Y. Coving- 1,335.5 acres burned during ,_ i Choice

ton, Col. Harry Hatcher. Maj. the same period last year. j

Randal Chitty, and Capt. J.

F. Bloodworth, who are assigned Farm Gasoline 1 3)) % 7u :. .

i to the 55th Command r a., A+ !.e s *&II Each

1e ow? QV1CIuf Headquarters in Jacksonville. Refund Open J\ '.1 P :
u and Capt. Fred Snell. unit q., r $3 Down

I commander, Hq., Co., 146th -__-_ ; 4I
KindTF.Y/ r __ Signal Bn., Jacksonville.The Until Sept. 30 :: ::.

r 622nd will return to I ,, $' ir Badcock's' :, __
Starke on Saturday, Au;. It. Farmers may collect four
The other personnel will leave gents on every gallon of gasoline .; ..', w p. Dinette Sensation :> > } '

one day 1L., .ter, July 28, and purchased during the past '
All DINETTE'S have ,
.w, u nl-pre-
return Aue 11, 12 months for agricultural arci pl..tic top., that are ,,a. M
purposes If they file for a fed- beat and mar recintaat. ?
.COOPER eral gasoline tax refund before -
The Birds' Set
Strut -(;- -MFREE
September 30. 5 PC. Dinette tt

At Florida Roger P, Hill, assistant econ- (Sfcow at RlgU b ".fi I

This WeekendStarring omist with the Agricultural 0 Exttntloa Table an nr,

90-Day Service Extension Service, cautions 10 PC. Sofa Bed Group Compare at $169.95 :. : '. y- .
O4 Chain
farmers not to let the deadlins
Rod Taylor Jes- You would never know, this lovely iota '
sica Tandy and Suzanne Pies- slip up on them. contained, a comfortable fall cite bed. $139,95 Only_ _4I. ;.& w yq", r'
"Only the gasoline used in O Sofabed ...
hette and introducing "Tippi"Hedren COMHIXATIOXS 0 Matching 0 Ead r'S
{ the production of agriculturalor 2 Pillows Pall-np Tables { c
95 ,
Alfred ,
Hitchcock'sla $ '
Matching Clialr- $39 r! '
9 Cocktail -
horticultural commodities 9 Black Jt Brown $10. Down + +
Reliabl8 .thriller "The Birds" will Platform O 2 Brantlfnl Table '
0 screen at the Florida Theatre Including: trees may be claimed : 0 Coral &; tnrq.Trimmed Rocker Lamps $2.50 A Week p f/
si esea aTh. for the tax refund Hill stres '"Ida ;
Sunday through Wednesday, Ivory 1'lastle $1.00 Down '
July 2831. ses. The word "agricultural"lncludes IRliherFamOus Ba..J k. $1.25 Week

I stock, dairy poultry, Sofabed'Grouping' 99.95 to $199.9 '
on a story by Daphnedu fruit, fur bearing-an1mais and ) Save $10 to $30 On Any lnettec
Maurter the
truck farms, orchards plantations : -
oust be only --
screamer seen .
ranches nurseries -fm'- \\
ranges -
from the beginning, Hitchcock ,T '
warns his movie audiences.For and greenhouses LOWEST 4t
Hill explains that the claim M
the convenience of the t PRICES .
may be filed by the owner,
movie-goer starting times ;
tenant or operator of a farm + e
all .
performances will be ad- -

.ttltON vertised in advance. who purchases the gasoline If : .__ EASIEST
a tenant and share cost "'-, .--
Series 34-C-3S-U ,owner !
Probably the most widely TERMS
of gasoline each claim \ "'"
may a .
advertised of all of HItch.cock's I
Use Winkler'sNo refund his share. ':
suspense movies, "TheBirds" "Farmers may also claim a I 1 if1 \ 1// I
Carrying Charge reveals a mass attack I ,! i I a '
by birds on the people of a I refund on gasoline used by a = Here is a Truly
custom operator," Hill adds, tea} r,
Plan small California. village. $5 Down t
-provided his bill from thecustom 1 1 a Large ='
The Master of Suspense hasa ..m Delivers
reason for the policy of discouraging operator Includes the
cosl of gasoline used." ;.r Familysize 47 t: ZN
his fans from See- -i95 "
-- Farmers not claim 3 PC. Bedroom Suite "-
may a ; *e
ing "The Birds" after it has Dinette Com
refund on gasoline used'OIl the ': Lar.I..b tiei ,er, tUt mirrorCheat '- a
+ begun to unfold its thrill-lad I : i = "'
F 4 C, x .t -
en story. As with all Hitchcock I. highway In processing commooities I r/1 0 9 4/6 Roomy BaokraM Bed pare at $79.95 y x'_,{, j' .. ,+ ..f ,
or for personal; pur- lr I t t:
suspense tales this one .1 I" This ,mrt BtBrdr modern bed- f tI
'e People blrnRC4 I poses. If a vehicle is used both r..aIt.. -bra .a 'abandaiee of
calculated toi
'Iero tv ,lis cunningly | on the farm and for non-farm I' drawer ipace, ..d1 finished la attractive : #t:.:4 Week 7 P c. Dinettet ",
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build toward a terrifying elii -
I i rained 'Wa..t.1t t
.. the I (
purposes arrive -
Act tt6et1Cmd ,;i max and one must see it from moat MnutUMl Dinette rala we hare r
at an allocation of the ever-offered. Compare at $?BJS.
the beginning to receive its Pt'. BEDROOM CHOtTP (Rfc.wm Afe.Te)
aiaount .used' for each .,
full impact. urposel 'to INCLUDES: FRAU& e
3 PC. BKDROOM' fckow' above.
aria claim only that on I iDtrmprlnic mattrtu and matckta; box ffl CO 95 : DOW.V 36"x48"xGO" ExtrtaioB Table $a Down
I the farm he emphasizes.The I pHnc. Cfcenllle 'bedvprcad. 2 plUowa,*?**'*'* DELIVERS 6 Matchirjg Upholstered Plastic o Black. .
: bOHdtor UM,.. Broace
Agricultural Extension
,I Presbyterian Church I Covered Box Seat {Chairs $1.50 A Week
0 Chrome
T1Ie CRANOALLSW.s I economist stresses that records! .
34C-42'M' 11. Walton Grady ,Minister |I'j should be kept which show the j Berkline-King of Comfort '

date of each purchase, name w Y
Recliner Chairs
We Do Our OwnFinancing Week of July 28 through : of 'vender and number of gal- I ;<<

Aug. 3: 10.+5. A record of the number Compare at f 89.95

Sunday Sunday School I of gallons used during the I II +' + Y Atanable Iii

9,45 a-in. Morning Worship, j yer by custom operators I' 0 Soft Tote VlaelU PU.-' Gibh Foruitihle
tie cBBfclnatlcn a
M..t.... far.... .-.. # .th.n..l. : 11 ajn. Junior Choir practice,I 1 j ji working: forthe farmers I Xylo. Tlmellc 'Pl.. UThU
b.III.I.II.o I
IIIIr ftt you UHF IIMIRI can should be kept.
at any lima optional utra In iH Ie. i Youth Fellowship 6 p.m., ;
RCA Victor color and moet buck and E\-e-j' All cla1m.s Hill states mustbe comfortable RECLINER -
",htt.TV_den.Black' and WhiU temptS con. ning Worship, 7:30 p.m. i / ,. with att f... I
trg)TV can bt convarttd rtcana up to 4 Vttfchanntlc. t. filed on Form 2240. This cornea
Most MM madali can bt ofdaiadWilA WednesdayC'hr1st1a.n' Ed- ; r y' tatted pillow ba k fan 1
all-ehCMMt New Vuu UHF turkAC.Tl ::
form can be obtained from foUl slapered caihUa,
utation, committee meeting, 4
f clipped n'cat..
county agricultural agent.
I : your
7:50: pjn. _j '
e MOST nusm LINE II TEIEI1S1Ql! I The period covered by the B DCOCx a ; Dealer For Badcock Furniture -- .
i Thursday Senior Choir claim is from July 1. 1962

I practice 7.30 p.m. I through June 30. 1963. The LOW ,

WINKLER J| Fridaysession Meeting, form should be mailed to theDirector ,.p i PRICK $$69.95N

I I 7:20 p.m.SaturdayMen's. Work Day j I,; Jacksonville of Internal.Ra..RIGHT Revenue t .4 u.wa ; s'v 128 South Walnut Starke '

8 a.m. -?

Electric Inc. THE POINT.for ate T foiorst..r choice .( "Old Park Theatre Building"

way yam write. OMM ta red tarn and tout .rtarq
Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at ,
234 N. Temple Ave. efcct. ,ywsr favtrtte ESTES- oad tarq. -

PHONE .9Q-t. 301 Bradford. County- TelegTSDI. EROOK.FeinUln Pen. TELEGRAPH. .1:;' f r r t a. ..

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I I X O T,:I 'C"E." .4..1[t RESOLUTION Total Proposed "andBalances'1,39t.30.oo
'Board A&ators Set !Boys Jailed :iXOTICE IS HEREBY;GIVEN t :, .
AdoptsTentative THAT I. Sam iIcCu&fhenr*>jho I Pursuant.. ; ,to the provisions of Section 237.12 Florida ,Statues, '
For 3 Break-ins IL Budget for District I. & S. Funds: :
was convicted' in :the ;//Criminal: 1952, notice. 'is. 'hereby given that a public hearing shall bei ;
Court, of DuvaU ou l T, }'Ida. .
To Relieve Two juveniles, aged 12 and ,.,ji1* MANSLAUGHTER ukt 1. 1957 ...of 'tbe',6.ot and: ff se i I .held :by.the,Bradford County Board of Public Instruction on Taxes Assessed'H' 4 '"":'r'."- 3"671.00

1, BudgetContinued CityContinued I 14, are being held in the coun- : iUhced, 'tI&eretor.. to .,,ten. (tO tn) : Thursday, August, 1,,. 1963 at the hour of 10:00.: A. JL in the Cash. Balances ',,, .,....,. ... ..8,968.00Total

ty jail on charges of breaking: years. will apply .for* clemency i ICoUnty,,' Board Meeting Room in the Courthouse at Starke, I '. .' '
Available "
to ,the State Board of Pardons t' 43,639.00Expenditures
[ from Page 11 [ from Page 1] I II into three places in Starke '-Y-iiianassee '!otid'at ,!ts..nbt Florida! .for the purpose of discussing with the ,citizens of I '' : ':.: ': .f; ,36,36000.

I / I'II and Lawiey last Thursday' regular" meeting.SAM ;.McCtJTCHBM.-; : "*y !|1 the county the proposed school.budget of said county for the 'Qt .,:tt 'i-
ing up with a deficit in 1965- minute. Bessent said. Since :iight, according to the Bradford -. ; Cash Balance .* 7,279.00
I ) (Applicant. ) 1]j fiscal; year beginning July 1, 1963 and ending June 30 1964, :.. .. >
Charley this well nag been out of op- Sheriff's Department. 2tpS-1 t '' 'i*! I which '
6.In j. budget is: '. :; :
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switching the mill this ; ,eration due to an excessive J According to Deputies Robert _--:-: HI. School Construction Budget: .s '
: E. year from the school boardto amount of oil in the water, i iI ) Green and Russell Redding -I.COUNTY IN A>U :'FOR JUDGE'S BBAUrOItU COURT, I L I 'Budget for the :Maintenance of Schools: .' *# "' "
Receipts: ; : 1
county commission the overall -I the city has been getting all' who investigated the '(01.v. ; PLORIDa.4.. ., \ 1 o, 'C' .. ,' .. "' .
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; Johns millage will remain the its water from the Pratt '! ureak-ins, the two boys enteied -', Fred 114.*t-Carltony:-i a aio"w-. deceased, : '.:;X,. : ,; ::- Anticipated Receipts: : Cash Balances & Transfers 760T5.75. :: :; -

same even though the commission Street and maintenance yard i the principal's office at I I.\ tie e .f'Filing P Utl.a( For. 1. State Sources :$1.014.46200.; < State' Funds' 27.75500: ,* -
will actually be rais- wells. I Starke Elementary School Final Dueliarlfe.rE1UU. ( .".

about this question: ing their tax by one mill and I In phase n of the city'sw early last Thursday night, j ,hc.vt Notice filed i ,.J mjf>ere6r final.ga.tht returnsastiecutor 1 I, ... :'"::2. County AnticiPated and District 231,192.00Total Total I : :.? 103,830,15Expenditures

the school board decreasing a t er-sewage improvement I then walked to Lawtey and :of"thft-cstate o
"On r vheir's by one. The school program a new sewage treat- broke into Shuford's Pure Oil filed my. deceased petition fwr that,;diatnbu-.1 have, ,[ '" ',Cash Balances 74113.00 Buses : 32,000.00

p our vacation trip I a | board can drop the mill because ment plant is being planned I Service Station and Dickmamas' tiun and for find' diwJhdjge,:. Investments 74,663.00 New Buildings 71830.75

: woman stepped forward to j it can, only be used to which will greatly increasethe : I Restaurant. I ftud 1 \*ill that apply on. August to.tfee: ,'IB rion.oral ti1. 191i3.>le.''Total Available Cash and Receipts 1,394,430.00I I "

get a better 'iew of the I payoff a $450.000 bond issue amount of bacteria being : They took a quantity of 'rh ron A- yaountyJ. dgt ". .. I Complete details of each separate part of the school budget

rocky canyon below. She for school construction, and removde from the city's sew : Keys some soft drinks, 15 I, of:approval Bradford, of County said final? f'torjdsTlfr returns( 'Proposed' Expenditures: :: summarized a.bo\'eare'on: file and are availablefor, public inspection -

three mills will, now raise as age., The third phase is a 1 ackages of cigarettes and a'. and for in" order of'distribution, 1.. 1. General Control ,32660.00 I at tha office of the County Superintendent( of Public
got it a close-up. She much, money as four would blood project during which small transister radio, according :and for final discharge,U. %e-. ..
2. Instruction 936372.00 the courthouse Starke Florida and will also be
cutor of th. ,willor-Yed, :Carl-_ Instruction at ,
slipped and fell 100 feet when the issue was let. sewer lines will be i to the .', ,' "':t. -
run to all deputies. The two tbn.. de eeaed. ...*' 1 : ,. 1' 3% Operation of Plant 73000.00 available for such public hearing together with all support.
down Major receipts anticipatednext the city's platted streets. boys broke in the Starke July 20. 1963. .
the ,
slope. Result: MARVIN, V.,,HAZEN. I' 4. :.Maintenance 25,000.00 ing statements: and' information. All interested persons are
for the "
a broken leg and back in- from year the following county sources come: school the doors.by breaking They broke out Principal glassin -'. THOMAS" &' P1EBCB. ': I ,. Eiecuior. 5. Auxiliary Services 81,800.00 cordially invited to participate in the public hearing and discuss -

juries. Is this the kind of' taxes $209.898; race track Rotary GivenDemonstration P. T. Nolin's paddle while. 2T03-205; Xorth Florida Temple ,Ave. ":. 6.' Fixed Charges 18,900.00 the school program and budget for this county for the
expense paid by a Trip-Ac monies, $86,310; gasoline tax. in his office, the deputies Attorneys for Estate of *v. 7r-:-:Capital Outlay 48,000.00 ensueing year.BRADFORD .

67000. and fine: and forfeit- said. They entered the service Pred Carlton,'deceased.. '., 8. Debt Service 51407.00 COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONH.
cident policy? 7-35 4t .lg- I. '
ures collected by county law station and restaurant at ; '- 9.. Transfers 7,400.00 P. :Morgan Secretary
enforcement agencies 45000. On CeramicsMr. 'NOTICE -OP ADOPTtOS'"OK ,.' '
Charley E. Johns The commission doubted' Lawtey by chopping holes in ,RESOLUTION BY., .- C,,"T Y Total Proposed Expenditure 1,274,539.00 'It 7 25
and the doors with a hatchet. i COUNCIL OP THE .CIT'OF Balances, Reserves Investments 119,891.00
Agency that the 'sheriff's department i Mrs. Ward Bassettof STARKE.. FLORIDA CLO8J.G : I
would do enough' business toJ Keystone Heights gave an PORTION OF AN ABA&- ; -

; PHONE 964-0121 r collect the $45,000 in fines, interesting discussion and Methodists Set CLAIMISG DOSED STREET ANY" RIGHT AND DIS-:OF.UTY "

131 S. Walnut St. however, and this was in back demonstration of ceramics Special Song AND PUBLIC" IN AND
.. making at the Rotary Club TO THE LAND WITHIN E .
.. -_ of the cut in the sheriff's bud- CONFINES THEBEOF. *>.
Service '
get. luncheon. Wednesday. SundayA fO WHO ( IT MAY cONCERN :
Mr. Bassett reviewed the ,r.' Notice is hereby given ,\tJiat :
'-11. July 16 19 3rxin acoordanc*
service of
special hymn
hiotory oi this ancient art ut
with law. the- City CourtcH U ; ,
HONDA wnich;he said prehistoric man singing will be held Sunday the City of, Starke }'1ozta, it- ,..

accidentally discovered when; night at '7:30 o'clock in the adopted vacating: and a Resolution abandoning closing.fiat < ; 29 Words or less, one time .'5 Memorial, B s lutiont 96 per W" f

; SUPER L .z he noted that clay baked in i Fust Methodist Church. ..portion of'the''fgll Wln&-'described ;,, .;:;- '" If not paid in.advance 1.M Card of Thanks, u? to 59 words &&*
(t Ii, Song leaders on this street: -
occasion -
't: fire, made a pretty good dishor The -North 123 feet of' Monroe : Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words ..5cperwit

SPORTS :::.. -, -- water vessel. He demonstrated : will be G. T. Huggins. J. ," Streit lying and. binjn 'E>cb additional word over 29 or O Display ads in Classified UO per ..
t W. Ritch. and William Shiner the City of Startle .Bradford -
.:::sz:: I the making of ceramicsby .
.- ... I I with Mrs. L. J. Green at. Cauntr. FloridaJ1: *>
placing a lump of clay on and renouncing and disclaimingany ) .
50" ::=::-- t the wheel and turning it intoa the organ and Mrs. J. R. Hix- right of the City andjne INSURANCE I WHY PAY RENT? Own your '. Bradford County- The County -
on at the piano. Public in and to the land lylfrS AT REDUCED RATES own Mobile Home. As low as'' of Planned Progress stamps
piece of pottery.Mrs. Within the'confines'of said:portion AUTO FIRE BOATDOnEE.CONNER ,
Bassett said Everyone is invited to attend of said street 'aforedescrfbed. $395.00 down. Use your car, $1.14 at Telegraph.
!2 they are this : boat or furniture for down IFE
r special song service and INSURANCE AGENCY'
; especially interested in teaching MERRILL EDWARDS TRAILER MART !
enjoy singing thenfavorite L. Phone: 964-4501' payment. T. L. Wainwright
ceramics to handicapped I. City., Clerk tfcbg INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468,
persons in their shop at Key hmns. ,It. 725- r.w-tf t: East Palatka, EA 81050. tfchg : FOR RENT House trailer

stone Heights. The pastor, Rev. John Brabham FOR' SA.LEBoat, motor',and I Can be moved on your own lot.
4 will give a short devotional I. trailer Cheap.. Phone. 533-2121, MARLETT MOBILE HOME- Read The Classifieds! Phone 964-1651, J. B. 'White.
t The program 'in 2 full
was ,charge. bedrooms, floor heat,
of W. H. Graham. : ana the remainder of Itp bath, excellent condition. $1- IF YOUR NAME IS I 2tchg 7-23

--- -. ::: L t'u''.tutj ervice will be devoted to : FOR SALE- Modern house- 660.00 total price. See lot No. FOUND AMONG THE I FOR SALE 1957'Ford 4 door

: -. :: Devricks Buy :singing. COIJEIN.I .hold price.! .' furniture. Reasonable 5. Legion Trailer. Park. Itp CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL i station wagon. $595. Shell Station
Leafing town. See at Lawtey. 2tp 7-25
__: Building Supply; 112, :Temple Motel, U.s. 301 PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM-1 I AT TilE TELEGRAPH
supplies, would be operated as 'N.: ltp mikes, speaker and plays re- OFFICE' FOR A FREE IOR.SALE-5 acres of cleared
5 H.P. OIlY
To Open Aug. 1 a Branch of the D & W [Devrik -! cords, 4 speed window fan ad- 1 land, 1!! mi. east of Starke
: FOR SALL Chihauhua (TICKET .
pup- TO I
: : ; j 4-Speed Transmission, : and Ward! Auto Supply I OOMP4j? pits.. 410 'Siiort St. Phone 964- j juttable desk light, Kodak 616 Good clean all modern large

Mr. and Mrs. Denver R.Dciick firm. It will be,known as D & : !.. camera. Also 15 gauge full THEATRE. ,I home. 3 b bedrooms family
/ .L Dual Seat Over 20Q :Miles 7285 tfchg.
; have purchased the w Auto cupply! Inc., Builders choke shot gun. See Lot No.I loom',ls bath;, beautiful fire

Per Gal. 4.CycleNol\Iessy; building, lurniture, and fix- Hardware and Supply.It J \\l ItABYSIT; with, smallchildren" 5, Legion Trailer Park. Up. WILL TAKE CARE. of 'children -I J, pUce, Beauti-Pleat drapes.
Oil And Gas Mixture. CARRy ; '"m your home or I I wall to wall
lures of the former Bradford is planned to have the 1 mlhe the 1958 Ford pick-up truck, extra -: : day or night. Also.wash1 carpet. 1QLof
/ during day: Contact built in
1 cupboards. ..MOP'aI.d
Building Supplies on E. Call good condition. This you ing or ironing Phone 964-3522 .
branch for businessby
new open Jb9-ul24. Itchg
PRICES START AT $279.00M'GRiFF'S SUeet from Mr. and Mrs. J. \. I shQuld .see. Lot No. 5 Legion i 4tp 8.16 barn'CQm l1ied. J12,8OO.pO.!
August 1. j :
1 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN i i Homestead M't tate! : o
T. Quigley. The
amount of \ Trailer Park. UpWALDO i
the Mr. Devrick said that he 'W ANTED. Age'23 to 33 Apply Jr W. Rosier : &impUcity Ta tf. t;.ac1'izi1l'-; !
TRADING MART. transaction, completed and his wife purchased the HOME' : I If in, person.- Federal' Quality, :: Small frame, 2 bed- I ment3. 2 CO'f t.hfo "m 8

Thursday morning was not building, furniture, and fixtures '.Homes.- tfchg, room, needs finishing on' interior LOSTpAtaeet., Aqua color thickens' fl4':btIli':" .... J s
disclosed.Mr. ed with yelM head. Answers
I *
I near down town area. will :.sail."Teephbne
sin; go
130 N. COURT ST. PHONE while D &; W bought the FOR SALE One 12-ft Kelvin- ) .
9644021 i Derrick said that the I, :; : 2800.00 $50' down.$30.00 to the name of "Topper." Hasa j 964-3043, St.arke,11. : "

I business dealing in a complete 1 jbu'.lding i ; supplies and hard-: / .tqr conditionOne refrigerator;32in.Kelvlnat'or'elec 1stcIass monthly. Mr. Raymond, 3646 yocabuiar;" Of OVer 100 I Iwerds. : ;'-'it 1}{' 1'.15,

line of builders hardware and 1''wa"e items involved. Gandy Tampa 839-2121, col .'KnowS ,its own address,j '- q' '
= .. I "
,\- stove, cabinet 232 FOR' SALE-One, tthiini
,. lect. 7-25 Bayside Drive, Clearwater
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,I 't 0.:." ....', 'style; $50..:-' Contact'N. C.:i B. ch. Fla. 'Liberal rewar l. sites adjacent 'fo Urn1d.;

Mott.;. Brcoker., : Ha.2tchg. "7-25 ,I HOUSEWIFE tarn extra money Call' 964-5911. lt hg Elementary. High arid .Dr,.
J in spare_time, selling Sarah I $2,500. an: acre. Contact Billy}
FOR ,RENT .2 bedroom !
WE'RE LOADED WITH fui'nIshdhthse.: un- Coventry Jewelry.Contact Rachel FOR SALE 1 Penyan boat Jackoon Starke. '.tfchj.
I IGateway's : 307 N. Cherry -
II Griffis 111 ,
E. Washington with newv fiberglass cover &
!Bt. Applyt: Bradford Engin- tfchg. electric'35 hp'Johnson motor. I FOR RENT. OK 8ALE:) ,7:room,
I e 11g Company. tfchg 2/< ,bath house. ,Utility -room,
TOP : More FOR: SALE- Living and dining Can be seen at Starke Builders ,
\ QUALITY LATE F1N large corner loC newly decorated
MODEL Own SELECTION of 'used .
I Supplies tfchg -
!: room furniture, good con-
i RCA Ranges: v .and Refrigerators. inside. 210' E., Adiin* $t.

'JI; Than' crOR TV 24'j'an:'$25.00 up. S1 deGas" of Call dition.St.Reasonable.Phone 1305 E. FOR SALE,Ford.tractor,. s- key next dpor.: ", -1' tf h".

NI Any.Qth r; .Siwfce/1 ItchgNATIONAL 9649784.2tp ed refrigerator, used gas FOR SALE.
7-25 -RessontJjle priced -
RED -I ind ; PUBLISHER has range. Like'new' food freezer. )used. Televisions. Eerrit
USED [ ARs : FOR SALE 10 ft. Hydro- Phone,964-7191. tfchg
erators Excellent
!, i opening.. lor: ,refined, settled plane 10 hp Mercury motor. ; Washers. !
: Condition. Bullington Appliances -
: lady for telephone work in .
'I I Complete with steering and ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR tfchf
",.',IItries nil PETIT( ., own home.:.'Must have,private trailer. Good condition. Call SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY -' ..
UA.oZ.r.I .!.me'nd able to devote
a rea-
16*tutu(bveraU dial 'L Bill Jordan, 964-2914. ltp TELEGRAPH.FOR .
TAG -* fAs' so'iiable1''amount of time' each ,... }LtSTINGSMATTRE$
Our lot is full of late-model used cars we've taken I : 'oj \\iek. Permanent position with EUNICE PARRISH; formerly RENT' -4 room house. 'ii

on new ,Chevrolets. Stop by today and select i j&bove average commission employed at McLeods' Beauty\ Newly decorated inside., 2''& UPHOLSTERY [ WORH
your RCAVlfffOR Shop Lake'Butler is now atM 7)0) moD't.t. 'ta&tki!
&:nings. Write, giving quali blocks from school. Hot water I -
choice of the high-quality used ears or trucks with fiation.c, to-G; C'Russell 270 rgans ,Beauty ,Shop.. Work I*heater,.. space heaterand gas I ..FurnitureUpholstered .fltale ;

low, low price tags. You'll find'coi\v rtibles, station Ptachtree ,Bldg., Atlanta Ga. n.ghts by appointment only. rtnge furnished. 381 W. Wel-i _
BUYS : ltp St. Thomas E. Lewis, 964- &,Refinished
It chg 7-25 acn
n sedans ttKdI i
wagons, and, All V
coupes compacts. of
types : ,; FOR SALE1961 Ford Fair- FOR SALE Electric stove, I[I 0 S4. or 1116 W. Pratt Bt. I MATTRESSES, REBUIL7.
for all needs ,
cars' types of .I including yours. i 16 tub mull diagonal) lahe, Fordor Sedan. Will trade double:: sink, dinette set 21" :I I 2tp 8-1 New Innergprlngft
Hurry before is 125 sq.in. pfctuft; TV,.living suit, oil heat-I 1 I II
yours gone. on Mobile home and dif- room : FOR SALE Georgia Red
_ -_ ._ : : pay
,. and
jiiiiii---- ----- ___] feience. See at Crawford's er tank and stand.: J. W. Ne- i Sweet Potatoe vines. $3.00 per I II II Box Spring

,I Tenneco on N. Temple Ave. veils, Rt. 1 Box 31, Starke Itpi I I I I 1,000. L. R. Starling, Rt. 2, Drop Us A'CA1.rCaflPALATEA

tfchg WANTED TO BUY Black I i iBx 87. ttp EASTASKfc .I1U
'I 1962 ,Ford Fairlane 2-Door : Angus cattle. For sale Argen-I I I'I'I Itl-Stii
ij K 0 K $ YOURSFOR FOR ,RENTSmall two bedroom tina Bahia grass seed. ,., Mrs. China Faulkner
I Radio and Heater, Overdrh'e-Like New Condition $1395 "I 'concrete block house, Wainwright, phone 969-1511,!I I. i MR8. PEGGY 8HALLES,

Lake. and Pratt,StreetsOneblock I Starke. 2tp NEW AND USED-Chain saw 8t rke. Agent.
from school $50.00 per 1 1-251 I'i $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. ( 0' .

I ON4S1'39 month in advance.' ,HaUls V, FOR SALE: 38 acres, all fenc Lawn mowers sales and seri -
1957 Chevrolet 4-Door 1963, y2 Falcon Futura I! Knight. tfchg. ed. About 14 acres in cultivation -i j I vice. Your McCulloch Dealer' FQR RENT 3 r omA and

rest in pasture and timber Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv bath furnished house. Newly
STATION WAGON $$195 FASTBACK FORD $$2195 : FOR RENT: 4-room house .- John McKinney, Graham N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6- decorated. Phone 0642261.tfchj

Radio, Heater, Powerglide, Power 4-Speed Transmission, Radio, r $ :: with 2 sheds. Electric pump I Fla. 2tp 7-25 : 3411.. tfchg_ '

Steering, Tutone Paint Heater, White SIdewall Tires, I and water Beater. 6, mi., west I I FOR_ RENT Desirable close i ii 'i i j i FOR RENT Furnished-apartment -
of .stffrke: on
Spinner Wheel Covers City in furnished and unfurnished; at rear of 321
i I store.
'; road. $30 mo.'J. L.. Wynn. i Electra-ronicl Inc. :
i,i apartments: Reasonable rent.I II I N. Temple Ave Call $69-2381.

1962 Volkswagen 2-Door HURRY 2tp 7-25 1 I Also an unfurnished house.i iI j i!Industrial Division, Sales S rv- tfchgFOB
1962 Chevrolet WE
Biscayne ( ,
(4 I I Apply:Mrs.'Shaller, 209 E. Ad-i ice, Repairs on Motors. GenI I
SEDAN $$1495 ) i 795 : : Insurance Problems?' 1 1 RENT ,- 4 rooms' and
4.DOOR [ : EXPECT kins St. tfthe erttors, Switching aid Controls
Low Mileage, Heater-A Real Gas Radio, Heater, Standard 'fransI A SELLOUT '' Ofcll 'The Man From COINS BOUGHT- I I ."Welders and Tools Power I hall 'Duplex unfurnished
Saver house.: Private 'entrance. 103t
mission White Sidewall Tires A _. 'RAVELBRS" EXCHANGEDI !1 Conversion, Transformers. '
Real Buy 1 L
t Lake St. Phone: 464-7954 tfehg
I George E. LaRue, PaT current market value.,.Sen-ice, and, Repaira te All\>if 1'
Keystone .Heights' Aft. For'riailer i I IJ [ Heavy ladUJtrfal.ectricaJ'''
I for old coins: 'Indian Head I ..
J Ins. Companiw" jTd. i Pennies, Gold Coins, Com-J". Equipment -

; The GATEWAY To Better SERVICE for Your Car 473-4692 Day memontiTfs, Iltdals. Tokens': 1939. N. E. 27th Are. G'vffl EXCELLENT '

- 473-4325 Nites.' {I i Foreign Coins. i PHONE '372-1289 OPPORTUNITY

ADt --.. :Fire Home'-' BaslaM Denver R. Devrick! i UmI U

E ... We Maintain' The Best Equipped Service Dept.In j Monthly Payment Plan J D & W Auto Supply I I Owner of'STARLTTB 12-unlt
418 E Brownlee St.I .
.Ava able j Motel 4 ml north St.arke on
This Section Manned By Trained t tfchg.FOR WE DON'T ;1
Factory tfchg. US 301 would like to contact.
I 'ba, GS f SALE-8 room house 4[ Sell you we help you buy.!| .enable couple interested In

Mechanics. Complete Bumper To Bumper Service \\d.am 'NEWLY:; DECORATED furn bedrooms,3 baths, wash house,!'(Good selection of new ant i ji operating motel on percentage

G 1tlt11SIon 'I IshedI apartments. One and I double carport. 212 RedgraveSt. > i used 8' and 10' wide Moi i of receipts basis.

--J For All Makes And Models. All Work Guar In .: two bedrooms.!. Reasonable. Phone 964-2201. tfchg I;bile Homes. I Address Replies To:

Lights and water furnished.: FOR SALE Two bedroom; I I LAKE GENEVA
anteed Contact 431 Center St. er! [ l TRAILER PARK
home in Starke. Excellentc'ndiUon. CHARLESES. BROOKINGcare
phone .964-7191, or 964-6551. Ideal for retired f I 1 ml SE oi Keystone Eta !

DRIVE IN TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE It'f\I;; : D.-iClld"...*-'* for UH*tt tuwse. fnturS .**'. at.Ms1k..1 AJI.t'Dntttf. tfch* couple mall family or income ;i on Route 100 I Bradford Co. TelegraphBE

'A.-J n RCA any:tune (0tnn.or and*m-s tra).n-all*rr.i* LOST -'Ladies yellow-gold property. Leaving state. : UChl,.
I .hote TV"" vtCt6'a.: ,.ra wire, fefl3'tt' No reasonable offer refused. I
: Uhf Crcton wrist watch between I
trot TV -an conne-StS{s r*' >*ttB !
-- channels.,u ei-Chann Most t nil',**V1ta wcael UF-L'Z. ea t OlE.k4. .' school and Walnut Street. I May be seen at 515 St. ClalrSt FOR SALE | SURE TO SEE World Boofc
Remember. ,"You Can Trade Your At" R nrd. 64-2881. tfchg I Write or call R. D. Acker, !! Ready mix concrete concrete'I before buying any other En
Ili3 NW.22 Ave. Gainesville block, house piers sand ceant cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your
.HOUSE FOR SALE Spacious ; local representative since 1956.P. .
-1 IINKLERElechic phone FR 2-3293. Itp I mortar mix, rock steel
h use nearly new, frame, O..Box 603 Phone! S64-37J4.
PEYTON FLORIST eyiter shell limerock roof
needs finishing!;: on interior. | tfchi
Nice location, large lot. Just 119 S. THOMPSON 8?. gravel. Bntels. BRADFORD:
GATEWAY CHEVROLET ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,1 I II Mrs. R. P. Young
Inc. l Inc. the thing for a large family. PHONE 984-4155 I Starke: tfchx I II
$100 down. $53.64 monthly. Go' ---
.. 100 South <4< 9-10 miles. Look "lGUTSIt 1 w "'-11%% I I I i FOR SALE-3 bedroom, house

I I 234 N. Ternple.ATe. for white house on right. Mr. I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS SERVICE: BULLS FORDoyle SALE;i!i in Saratoga Heights. James A.

U. S 301 NORTH ": PHONE 964-3900 : PHONE 964-4301 Raymond. 3648 Gandy. Tampa We Wire Ftowen Anjwher Conner Farm 'North i I Sullivan. Phone 984-8084.

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fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtRAIFORD I and family attended revival Mr.. and Mrs. E- W. Tompkins. Wood left for a visit with their

I i I services at the Pentecostal .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sikes son, Jimmie and family in
'e : Holiness. Church in Starke .and children of Dade City Bradenton. On their way back
Home last week. have been visiting their grand. they will visit relatives in

IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. L. D, Dobbs : mother, Mrs. Nancy Thornton. Tampa.
., 1! of Gainesville visited relatives I Mrs. Gertrude Hart's vacation The Dobbs family reunionwill

Equality Must Be Earned DemonstrationNotes bezs Mr.and and Mrs. James Cham- >; here Sunday afternoon. I, began Monday, and she be held at Strickland's on,

children of CrystalLak.e. j Mr. and Mrs. L B. Wade will be away from the post office Kingsley'Lake Sunday, July 28.
were Sunday visitors of and returned until 27.
son Sunday Aug. All relatives and friends are
r 1 Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Yarbor-, frail _week's visit with relatives Glenn of .
a Fleming Norfolk
invited to and bring
Everybody has his own idea about age of every opportunity that availed I ,ough. come a
Va., who is engineer for
how to settle the present racial unrest itself to further their education and By Dorothy Ross Clifton Browning of Jack- in Rome, Ga. an picnic lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross and meat Southern has purchased -
that is sweeping, the nation. Some that of their children. II Home Demonstration Agent sonville is visiting his sister.. children. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. the Oliver Gordon place He
would "settle" it-or rather unsettleit These are the things that make I Mrs. Hamp Andrews, for a and Janice Hall ,has : THE RIGIIY POINT for the
Tompkins attended several years yet before
more-with sticks and stones, or minority groups disappear in not only t j few days. Sunday evening services i. he retires but plans to one !I 'rsy you write. Come In and

even more deadly weapons. Others the United States, but also in other I I Mr. and Mrs. John Ross at Beaver Street Baptist ; day, and will build and move select your favorite ESTER-
would settle thisis free nations of the world. I ana children visited, relativesin I I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
by reasoning-and Brooker 4-II dishes. Europeans got Church. i back to Florida where he wa*
far the better plan, and the one that Many Negroes have made progressby I The Brooker 4-H Girls are I thoroughly confused as to Ellaville and Americus, Ga.I Mr. and Mrs. Warren born and reared. GRAPH.
offers the only promise of a permanent virtually lifting themselves up by I learning to bake and to judge what new food had come from Mrs.on Julian vacation Dobbs last week.and I i Bloodsworth had as guests j I Ii Rev Fleming Tompkins of

solution. their bootstraps, by working diligently: quick breads. where. 1 daughter and Mrs. E., G.I this weekend their son. Wayne, I II Statesboro, Ga. came$,to Rai-

One of the most sensible articleswe every day, and by seeking an educa- Tne girls include Barbara That's why the brilliant red Knight of Gainesville were in and his family of Gainesville'l ford last Saturday to visit his

have seen-among the millions of tion, not just because they Parrish, Annette Bass, Ernes- pods from America which we Jacksonville last Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. parents. They all went to I
tine Lester Rosa Lee Parrish call "paprika" today were Gainesville visited her parep.ts,1 Keystone Heights to visit Mrs.
words that have been written on the had a personal desire to be someone, Luther Polhill is visiting his I
and to be Dottie Sue Kelley, and Carol formerly called "Turkish pepper" Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloods- Lovie Peeler on Brooklyn Lake.
subject-come from E.V.. Mathews, acceptable to the people of brother-in-law and sister, :Mr.
publisher of the Fitzgerald (Ga.) Leader the country at large.To Gainey. Brenda Green is the in Europe. Since it was I and: Mrs. Adrian Green in worth, ,Sunday: afternoon. Sunday morning Rev. Flemlns
Junior !
Leader and Mrs. John enough to the
easy carry Mr. and Mrs. Bill left for
Browninghad Jacksonville where he
and father-incidentally-of Elden mention a few Negroes who have Jacksonville this week.
Douglas and Mrs. Mar- seeds around the world plant a
Pearl : as Sunday guests their was to preach both services .
Mathews of Starke.In become prominent in this country key has Adult Leaders.So historians tell us that pap-{ ilr. and Mrs. L. ,J. Mikell M
Jr. and sons of Lake City children, Mr. and Mrs. Alton at the Beaver Street Baptist
his column, "Sassyfrass, Pub- through personal efforts, we name Dr. far the girls have baked rika and other pod peppers| I ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
were Sunday guests of Mr. Browning, and daughter of Church.Mr. .
lisher Mathews\ recently wrote: Ralph Bunche, U. S. diplomat; Dr. gingerbread and biscuits. They travelled to the East Indies!
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. Jacksonville. and Mrs. C. W. Woodof
The United States of America is George Washington Carver, who dida meet in the Community Cen- as last as sailing ships could Command Gravely PowerTerry's
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat Mrs Bessie Sapp returned Winsboro S, C. visited Mrs.
today facing probably the greatest internal momentous service to all Southern take them there.
ter.The and daughter visited Mr. and home Friday after a two weeks Gertrude Hart and Mr. andMrs. Saw Shop
crisis it has been confronted farmers with his experiments with pea- girls are working on the From the:Far East the pap1rika MrsRonnie McClellan and visit with her children at New I' ; Jim Conner last Sunday.

with since the War Between the nuts; Marian Anderson, one of our breads project. By learning to peppers doubled back family in Jasper Sunday af- Smyrna Beach. The Woods and Mrs. Hart had No. 2
judge they can be on the and were rediscovered: by one
States. foremost concert singers, and many ; ternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Waters supper Sunday with the A. L.
county team to judge at the eastern country after another 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
Now, a little over a hundred years others. and Mrs. Will Robertsby cf Miami, and Mr. and Mrs.! Pclhills, and later in the evening -
Home Show in Tallahassee in mill they reached
after the beginning of that tragic and Today, one of our greatest problemsin October. kitchens. Today, of European course, I- Farris Fleming of Lake City I they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville: Phone: 372.3588

un-needed rebellion, this country is this country is keeping Negro chil- Spice for Flavor paprika is the prettiest spice the owner tenant, or opeiator were Friday dinner guests of George Euler. Mr. and. Mrs.

again faced with the problem of the dren in school. Many of the parents do During the many long cen- and one' of the most popularon of a farm who purchased -

Negro. not seem to care, and many of the chil- turies of the Dark: Ages in the American spice shelf. the gasoline. Farmers may "

One hundred years ago, due entirely dren have no ambition to become edu- Europe, food had been very Paprika adds to the appearance also claim a refund on gasoline -

to politics, i if we are to believe many limited in variety. Then in and enjoyment of used J.by a custom operator -

f reputabje historians, we went to war cated.One of the greatest problems in industry the 15th century -after the 'many dishes. Egg dishes or f provided the cost of the i ;-- it.

oyer the freeing of the slaves. is to keep Negro employeesfrom discovery of America all creamed chipped beef at service included the cost of : Fit for
During that hundred years the Ne- celebrating too much on Satur- kinds of new edibles began are breakfast; salads in variety at You gasoline. yourvaluables
riving. They came not only lunch; broiled meats or fish, may not claim a refundon
has become and day night and not being able to I '
gro more populous, to- come gasoline used on the high- 4{
from America but from landsto white or pale yellow vegetables M1
day he is demanding more jobs more to work on Monday morning.
the east. The Turks had rice, macaroni, etc. All I way. If a vehicle is used both
equal rights, more social equality, and Today, only one out of every ten overrun parts of Europe, as, will taste better if they have f on the farm and off the farm, --,- --

better education. white teen-agers is employed, and only for instance, Hungary, and, introduced been garnished with a da&11 you must arrive at an alloca- ..
During that hundred years since one out of 20 teen-age Negroes is new foods and new of "the cosmetic spice." 1 tion of the amount used for 2- b

the War Between the' States, we have employed. ... each purpose. If you are eligible -

seen many minorities come to the Marching, demonstrating, rock for refund, we have the i iI

shores of our country.We throwing, and going to jail will not .very simple post-card typeform iI I
have had the Irish, the Ger- make any minority equal-socially, for you to fill out. I .
man, the Poles; the Italians, the Jews, morally, economically, or education- WITH .the time. Here in Bradford !

and many other minority groups to be- wise until such time as that minority, .County, there are three main i!

come a part of America because they be it white, black, red, or purple decidesto YOUR AGENT .crcvs coming up for which a I Ii

felt it offered them an opportunity to make themselves better citizens mor- .. \ sample, should be taken now. II i ..{ b

be someone. ally, economically, and educationwiseby :: ; f a". These are for fall leafy vegetables I

Many of the people whose fore- lifting themselves up by their boot- ITIT.t# Nxl' ,_fall.and winter pasture, .
bears came. to this country are todayno straps and making themselves amountto .qW y, and: feed crops,' and strawberries. .- : and so much safer than home or office .

longer classed as flunkies, Pollacks, something.We : : I" "hiding places" that are vulnerable to thieves, .. .

Kikes, Wops, and whatever names for believe every Negro is entitledto f n f Y4 I had a test report this week : fire, prying eyes!
: that is to
from an area be
minority groups were popular at the an education equal to the majorityof .
time their ancestors' first became resi- our people, but he cannot secure it established. to grass and white : ,I An average-family-size: Safe Deposit Boa in .
dutch clover. The of the .
dents of"the United States of America. merely by legislation. It must come sa soil is 4.2'and' the pH calcium .\.our modern'vault rents for pennies a week-, I .: .

Some of our largest manufacturers, through hard work and study.If .xn: reading is' 294. Even though and hence fits budgets as well as valuables. ': I'I'I

and some of our largest retailers are President Kennedy really wishesto this is the'right type soil and I "

Jews. Some of our largest banks suchas help the Negroes economically, and I.n.y T. moisture will.,b'e good, it will Coma: in and reserve your Safe Deposit Box'

the Bank of America were headed education-wise, he can follow the r.. not grow profitable_pasture.I .' .
sug- with thii week] *
...,. us ...... .
Italians And of L The I : 'b.r'
by some our smartest gestions I made to him ina letter last -- -- test indicates that two
inventors and scientists are German October, and again when 'I had lunchat tons of hi-calcium lime per I
of old that
and other nationalities in prominent the .White House Feb. 14 1963. FARM SAFETY papers or rags sere should be added and cut
on This is it! Farm machinery would make a fire hazard? '
positions in government in finance in into the main root-zone ofthe
He can set up government trade
accounts: for most fatal farm One thin? for surePROTECTION I FLORIDA
manufacturing, and in business. schools for Negroes in the South, and accidents. 'We have had two is NO good' without- .. Potash crop. in this soil is also

The reason these people have be- secure government-financed industriesto such deaths within 20 miles CORRECTION N.! _low which means that we havea t I
come dominent in these fields duringthe put the trainees to work when they of us just recently. A ten year i' FOUR CENTS,, per gallon guide to suggesting the '
100 since the Be- that tax of gasoline E! ::BA: NK--jtlf.: mmm;
past years war have finished trade school. record: period indicates on,every gallon pioper ,fertilizer, especially for (
tween the States is because they and The end result would mean better four out of five farm accidents rw'chased' during: the last 12 I,_ the clover. If you are estab- I I ----- : ; __ .._ _

their fathers before them virtually educated Negroes, better economic position I result from pure carelessnessof .sionths for :agricultural use lishing new pasture, it is dan- I.
lifted themselves up by their bootstraps for them, and it is up to the individual from failure to deal .safely caube, ciaimed-"The! 12 month gerous to seed the crop be- ; : One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

because they were diligent in to improve his own moral with known hazards. period is: from: July I, 1962 fore taking a soil sample. Soil I !
their work, because they took advant- sition.Farmer's po-I Farm safety week' is not set through June 30, 1963. testing does not COST, it ;I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
aside as just one week to em- This, refund can be claimed PAYS! j

._ ......_._ "-1_ ..... ... .- ,- ......-,... -rJ -- phasize and practice safety -
which claimed that if you and then forget about it. It is

lei a mosquito bite you, thatit a week to examine hazards,
DiaryBy will not leave any poison.So inside and outdoors, and then
this week when a big DO something about correctingthem.

Sam rascal lit on Sam's wrist he .
McGarvey let it go. Well sir. that dog- Statistics show that one out I

gathering tobacco cranked a gone thing drank its fill and of three farmers will be injured = "H
tractor by hand and forgot it filally, as Sam hasn't any or killed during the

was in gear. It ran over him. blood to spare these days, he I year. This has been the record

and only the soft sand in the finally swatted it. and sure for the past 10 years. Put the

field prevented. .serious. injury. enough there wasn't any slogan into practice-INSPECTION -
sting to the bite! But from plus CORRECTION
Sam's been puzzled lately the look of Sam's wrist; he equals PROTECTION. _

by the speed with which the had been butchering a hog, Read a little quote the : QualityCHEVROLET
grass: in our yard grows. Cut and his $64 question is: who's: other day that suggested you r 'r J

Tobacco market opened today one day the next day it is I going to pay for blood trans. DRIVE so that your drivers
and the long hours of up and growing like a bunchof fusions after the mosquitoes I license expires before you do. f.n

work paid off as growers collected ragweed or dogfennel. and get done? Well, special emphasis on ; xT
fat checks for their after pondering on it. he has Farm Safety week ends the y J>xdNZ'ik /AI ?

early offerings. Irrigated tobacco the following explanation, Still another care of para- 27th. Have you looked around W nr

is all gathered by now which at .least.is original. : thion poisoning last week and the yard, the house the garage ;

but those who did not have after reading Dr. 'Tele" Fe- etc? Did you find rakeor r r 9a
Y p. n
We all know that Nature Y
the watering systems are still los's account of the symptoms hoe or pitch fork out of
takes care of her ownthat
working at it. Warehousemen we've decided that the stuff place? Did you find the ladder
caction against cropping be- mosquitoes were threatened land lots of other deadly insecticides i I broken? Did you find some
fore the tobacco is mature, as: with extinction by DDT until are extremely dangerous -! insecticide in the wrong place? ; z 'V'- /l.YM vh v y.arrn. r<....-r ?
they developed an immunity ______
leaf of that tpre will be discounted -I to mess with. Did you find grease on the I w
to it. Grass, too has developed .
: this year. t garage floor so you would 4 ii 1e
a defense against the
Note to weatherman: we've slip down? Did you find piles r
whirling power mower which V R O L E T
For some reason this sea- got enough rain at our place! : / C H
whips off the efforts of grassto
son there has not been the grow and seed. Now, on approach -I That is a real understatement, which looked like a Bradford C ,.
usual rash of tobacco barn I of a power mower, all for as a matter of fact it's so 1 County version of the Leaning ..... '''I .." _-,/ .._ .w.wniv.'to. .. rNr
fires; growers said they had brass blades in the path cry I wet at our place that when it Tower of .Pisa.. I .... =....w ..,. N.'N.mNdN'P.N'/

difficulty curing this crop, socrha.ps "Duck your heads!" They do got dusky during the solar I
the greenness of the the We've heard that if you keep i i ,
: with the result that on j eclipse puddles: appeared again -
leaves may account for the following day the grass is in the driveway. the crepe myrtle blossoms from ,r. 4, ,

lack of barn fires. sin1 here and. in fact, stron- I going to seed, by cutting them.I j sN

ger than ever! I Alice is due home soon, so I that the bush will bloom right t'
Heard of another tractor 1 Sam is busy getting rid of I on during the summer. We

accident last week. A youth We read a provoking story some of the dishes in the sink tried it, and our deep red-
colored: bush is now puttingon Y
a new crop of flowers.

We're trying the sulphur
ORLb4AdQ .
trick with Faddle and the cat 1 .
to get rid of fleas by putting j I Ia
ACTM r ESTABLISHED 1879E. pinch of it in their feed i
Ada '
y E. L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER every day. The idea is that the
0 ayi1
will make them
sulphur give
.4 1961 FLORIDA' OLDEST WEEKLY UNDER THE NEWSPAPER SAME MASTHEAD PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY off a disagreeable odor [to Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any type ,of truck.

IQA fleas] and free them of the 'n .. .. ... .. n ........... ... '0' ...----.--....._............._....... ......., T .. .. ... ..

If it works we'll be temptedto 1

TN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $150 -. SIX MONTHS $2.00 take a sniff or two ourselves :. / ,. GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. ;

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $4.00 - SIX MONTHS $%.25 for on these days'if the .V'yr.w. .ri' : : :,, '.
ga .. .
mosquitoes don't get the --- -

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''I fw Ml,rVYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIEBROOKER- ding of Miss: Linda Smoke I \
t,1 and Terrel Green in Alliance-- -. I IOnio 'tJ to ;
: on Sunday. w = .rM-. A r ac.\ .', .... .,

Mrs Annie Johnson' was the .... ; 1 tl3 = .. "
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Ck guest of her brother. L. M. t q :: 7C. 'ti... Qj 'i---c Vy 'tAl, .'
k By Shirley Green : L
t v*,' Waters in Apopka last week.I ,, le x'a'o 8 = .Y .T.r.0 0 U1 ai. .gooh -: .d ',.'.' ; c, I II I
Phone 2281 Joe Green is visiting his : ; .. '9 a peC O h s; '"
and sister Mr.. d !3 ,C .c .c e
brother-in-law S ..; -
I &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJL&1AAJT and Mrs. Alan Messmore and m 4. ." = t itrl ,.:. "cu. cw :: .=QjQ.fG4. { .
: c. i :: ..> .. ai Congratulations!".. daughter in Savannah Ga. ;: .... .rLQd ....;.. _c = .Q.;). -;: u'' .,, J2 Qc.

till Congratulations to Mr.: and' Ithe. week. i CoIQj C = .= s:. Qj 3 041'S .

t = 1Irs. Wilbur Thomas on the.I Mr. ani Mrs. Ernest Ed- : ... >. 1'I >. = .!,, !'r;:- fl -X rOC E QosoE H s .
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T :
I urth of a daughter Kimberly words and daughters were ,.- .!Io'' i:5: !'!' ''; :5 w e OD -

\ :. Joan on July 16 in Alachuaj! weekend guests of Mr. and "-Ie .C- r.Z -L-Lv. OC.- : .E C qM tcp. V'- .

I "" General Hospital in Galn sI ,. Mis. John Dykes at Salt : ,- ;.. jot 5 OCt;I .l. ,<=; n.c .. .. w o v .... J.o.c:P i I Ii i -

: viile. Maternal grandparents'f i Springs. ,1.1".. ti;: r=' LtG p == C.I.. rr "'Cr .! '.'.... -: .<, as4 wC.. z Co. 9.M "$"' V \

... are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, Brenda Allen I I -r I'"0 -= Q :s ." .j- -.= fI> c.....
.y : .w v.
ol Gainesville and paternal f', and Ailean were Monday z I 0 IJ =C.... rd C -:P( : r -'. < 'b"a z ..0.. ;:: 't Ct
f ex r CaEy> c
.. .f .. .
u grandmother is :Mrs. Evelena i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Q "' .c := 0.Qj as: Q-tJc

*".'Thomas. I bie Branam in Jacksonville.Miss !I'I ho3 ... F.i-.... 41.'S. == -...,..' ., u H.. Eo'- 'r--:
I IAI. I 1:: s. ::
(hurth of Christ Revival I II II Jean Hart of Raiford --- sv W B-fc = :: d iJEsSg
is invited to hear f and Joe Parrish were unitedin Ltd: IC"... .O -s -: f "
I : Everyone ] I i' BJ: .c.. "a M< eLJ fa.5 =
.;:; ; S L. *.. ..C.
._' Gospel Preaching by Colin I marriage on July 6 in Geor- 'aw s c:: _. coNMC2r 12 "C.Cj

r' Williamson at the Church of .=. 1, DL i raw.. y-:: T... ,. S e tr. y.ro C)
/ ....
I gia.Mr. = ....
.7 Christ! July 28 through Aug{ and Mrs. Roy Green [ :: I 4.c...=, ..>..:!;: :=.=tC :5: 3&J 0c:."":' -
Est 4. Services start nightly i and family enjoyed Saturday C.1;I I "S'>.u-" .g < 'ifc LE0.w
1s d ..... -= Q' oyo"9
o "' I u.. >
ut t 8 at Beach. fi t I
pjn. I Keystone !'= dI s:: n Q
DinnerA I Green and Mrs.H. ; j o
Surprise Birthday Mrs. Mary C"s "r'be 5 -

surprise birthday dinner O. Brown attended the wed I, 1: Cc=. ...... o fltflfa ...:.... .c'.. E ..
Edd Green's grand- I . ... .s 'o o--
was given Sunday by Mrs. ding of Mrs. r- : e. C o .. ..

S Polk and Mrs. H. B. Stokes 1 daughter, Mks Mary Pinks- I .,,;:..' '. to c.:. u < :t.... 1. .;...:...... '-':'\...;. .'.:.' 0;:' >, o wptr e.5"g.: -/ .>-. .... ..;.::.

for Mr. Stokes who was 73vars :' ton at Homosassa Springs .*. IIIt _': q0 0 a_a,Ak... ; w- S& 'tI.r. E. ru
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young CQI,
Suaday. = eoe h tIfJ
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Those attending the happy I Mrs. Roy Green and daughters IPSP S. :; .: & ) O-- :; 8153
crrasion were Mr. and Mrs, I were Sunday afternoon I i a o ] rr.I : ... ,, '.14.,, .......:. U= ..:. is'sfe ,

:Enid S. Polk; and sons Ronald guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. C j I-,1 p .E B 5 d ti w .S iU 'o: O'
.na alan Mr. and Mrs. C. J. V L FQ i --= ,j'O 9 ...-:: oW '2T3 C -- 7 tUyO .
< Dukes in Lake Butler. | Kit K. .. c.rL -'" -
II I It i (M ... ....
T ';tone and children, Mrs. ] i >-

H E. Stokes and Ruby and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I s:. S ....'-lU f.iii! r f p S i :c >> :s
I !! < 0 .: -= ts.ft:, ;3o.3 iK aic CC0.O
,,Jr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes. STARKE : ;; ". ; o : | xa c; .... QI, E

Of Brooker Mr. and Mrs. I ..... T ... '4> Q2 tj 1 5 .L. w ;. :)
2bB .
: sdi : Ir. I y L = e >. :- ::; ; ... S .. ..c. ,.. C ...
I Pdiy O'Steene of Newberry, I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. -" :.Q ..0.. .-.... .= (5 a n.YI ftjCi .U... ..''I'.. .r::; 'C I
1 j > 0 po C 4 .
Union 6:15 m. I. .c -
Training p. r M Sf
).U?S Sue Thorne. Mrs. Cora It! Qj aov
'PO 't:
I Co
Stakes and Dwight, Mr. and : Worship Service 11 a.m. and ..... _x w Q'/ E I 1: i! afi 1'.g:= JSS S c -

i vis! Walter Scott and family. I 7:20: p.m. Prayer Meeting. Z. !C >1 i: .....t.q lIS; E 0 5 d ..41'f"I N a .e..to v; o *: d .c Qj.'O.. K y I

Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Sermon I .r.. I :::1 .... N. :!: e" ;,; c..? ..,
'.1' and Airs- Alvin Davis and: : I'] e G '":' ,.,. '. g r z :5: !5 O t g s: ..". 0 c .
1 Eo I ii; ,. '''' ...
family Mrs. Judy Lane and topics: morning Come and Sea c .s :b Ld <. :a ? Mk : ;. ::s oti c
; i.inil-y; all of Gainesville. Mr. ; Ufohn 1:39: ] ; Evening Whose a 'Z I' J.t? oc3i bdc = 2''C. *r.* o := 1IJ MS oSIt ),e ).Er a:: it.I

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and Superscription I
egAd Mrs Charles Williamson Image I < Or'I..lii.' \ is ; EI aaaow

i u) Hampton Mr. and Mrs. i Matt. 22:15-221.: W. A.: Hogan j t. : arc .C v 8 ? | x ;.. '.>.. c... :; .
i CoI- t. ... u-e: : ;
; G.'iild Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. i pastor. U 112 > Sl-t I :; .c.... f"* i = =- SS65"0fc .'" UJ
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II B stokes Mr. and Mrs.u'wey d Z 1 I.Q -- .oJ
CHAPEL .... ;r : } !:! .s. ..... ::
i Fowler and family andt'per IIIWAY o s>; = xE co et ti ''' U

,''I and William Bird, all \SSDl LY OF GOD o .2 I = 0c" "..,.Q' 1:: .5 oef

to Starke.A O.. Uft hq < o 4 u'r I ah ,+
: =
Jliway 1C & West Weldon '" .-4 cr c.
served >. o Qj '''' 'L r/J
basket dinner was COIN ""
Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. '\. .Q -0 ; 5 .co 'e
cvel'Y-1 -"E l IJg ffi ...
di 1 outside and c 4)
p.m. N.i .. i e r r o e -: -
11 m.1 2w rr ojsSS U a
Morning Worship, a. 'C N .
one had an enjoyable time. ccCO v "N. .
Evening service, 7:30: p. m. tL.. 4u h I jo .... 41-.
'Ii Stokes received a lot of ,- 2H I QI < ri (i I. .,. .c 'v .c .. '
Wednesday Qj ;
PiU/er Meeting each tIJ] ::: +
U ry
Its this occasion. He was .0 _'
rsDC I: .. oroaw
R. C- : L"
7:30 -
1 mnerly of .Brooker p.m.Rev. z .r.tJ4 w rEss f r"' ..: c) .. .c 0 0 Qj COQ I
Crawford pastor.i :: E I .d.;;j c"o 0" 'Ce" '= w 'C.. t ? ... :: I'}' :is
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Mrs. J. V. Edwards and t.JJ oa -= = I:: 1 ... Qj ;10 $
-o U ;; x .- 'I dw CIS f cO J p. i. .. S"sz : .z4. .,.41. ._... es_ .w_ a
daughters were guests of Mr. N I c: OmC:: w .. c.
c'- +
NEW RIVER BAPTIST I 0 ( Y = ooen i .c r.n ;J..* U rQw

and; Mrs John Dykes at Salt CHURCH M A ... ;" .;,; ,I 1:1: ... .. ... t t.. q. "z .i III '5d_ 1 M. % z2\) xL. .
;prings last week. H I I C r2 2'0 b mV 011 Q .. .c 3 .
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Mrs Roy Green and daugh- .u 00
Sunday School. 10 a. m. ; CIS r>-
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1 i-, Janice were guests of Dr. Morning Worship 11 a. m.1! = ... 'C IQj H .. ; 'Co y d L 0 0.0.... S d Gr 0 2 Co L i 0 c;! 4d fs .. .... ocT ; l .__ 3a

and Mrs. Robert Furnas in Training: Union. 6:30 p.m. Evening r h U :: 0 3 I cS ro.c. s e- QJ 5r E 'a E IEI a

fcissilon: Ohio from Thurs- Worship, 7:30 p.m. Midweek hiCO r- L z't= ooc d .! f c "i '- S L .c a ..t.fj to '

tuy: to Sunday. They were Fri- Prayer Service, Wednes- i ..... i.. r.tJ Q rJJ N \ I I.c; = g _ud.. _5t .!. tl o"tdl, _= $ a.1 qa o 2 ioii ', t" ;(
S I ,2 e .: >- o o.i 00" 0 r. : ,.. "!: 0 a 0 !
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Jay luncheon guests of Mr.: day 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. I rt: = == .4 : S1-b! .1

md Mrs. Delbert Smoke in Q B.2gse rIJ CQ
Alliance, Ohio. On Saturday THE RIGHT FOCST for She: I tIJ = -< i t 'CC) .. a

Mrs. Green entertained the write. Came In and E E- E- k 0 : I I 4.: i | C 4-: = ;.::. N w

Smoke-Green bridal party way you I o >.:;' W c3 -d ss a S bur 1ArH. C C4> U 0} 0js > .$ ] f t :
I. elect your favorite ESTER-' : H! w aSB e. 5, ? : 4: .os .g Vsrt f
\ ith a steaw dinner at the .. .. $ .... i2Q4.-o sIllC4. '.,,; "' :
E-ROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-' ; -L S | l I5El '
t I I : Wo4 | Qj. g a : b ift.3
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nd Janice attended the wed-' O Uw o 33CQ : oaI
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67 Mrs. C. B. Nolan \\

.... ; \ :

iscellaneous Shower I t \ : ._

Misses Peggy Smith' and
tty Parrish entertained: ate

home of Miss Smith : nIu li1i J3tllI ,
uesday night. July 9. with a
iscellaneous shower honoring ,\
ass Donna Faye Fouraker. : pleasure & I
ide-elect of July 26. Games
k ....,. satisfaction
re played and prizes award- :: .. "!.' i: .
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after which the honoree .. :guaranteed... t L1o
?ened her many lovely and. ..%i
stful gifts. Delicious refresh- :" V :. /'. .
ants of punch and cake were -.r'w i > s
rued to Mrs. Hazel Lucas ., ; FLORIDA GRADE A _
isses Pam and Sue Lucas, FRESH STEWING 1 1r +r%> \ I iI

me laron,Avery Howard, Carol Diane Owens Avery,, 1 h ( rn 0 i A I I [1 1r

ends Guthrie, Sandra Hale -- V r -; \ r *
ulette Crews Shirley Four- .
_ _ _
er. Norma Rae Crews prices good r i ", --J----- __ _
arothy Kilgore Virginia Hig- '
through theweekend '
.ibotham Geneva Smith L d DIC)
etky Fouraker, Karen Grif- : LEAN FIRST CUT RIB EXTRA LEAN BEEF

i. Sharon Griffis Mary KU- WHAT
?ve, and the hostesses. ; j J 3LBSPORKCHOPS: f 3LBSHORTSRIBSTENDER $
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith -
id' family had as dinner b SHOULDER CUT OLD FASHIONED

..ests on Sunday evening Mrs.
jialine Bell of Dallas, Texas LB '.
r. and Mrs. Harry Bell and '
lildren. and Richard Bell '
<: :,
Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of Jack- Y 3LBS\VHITE BACON pkgsSKINLESS FRANKS
nville is visting Mr. and Mrs.

pert Smith and family. t Who1e"l l ) I '::jLW 4j TENDER NUTRITIOUS FLASH FROZEN
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Durince -

son announce born Saturday the arrival July 13 of, ..l./ lJUYS 3LBSIEEF: LIVER 3 LBS PERCH FILLETS

the St. Vincent's Hospital ?
Jacksonville. The young ....,. ..< ,
!an has been named Wendell: '
oward. .e. . '. A. o G e .

Mrs. Geneva Smith and t .
-- -'- -'
ughters, and Mrs. Lizze Du- IFY' % --u ---- j
ce visited in Middleburg ,I : .

[onday with Mrs.. Marvin : WORTZ CRISPY Llh IT-11\\71TH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER -
seen and family.We
_, ,
are glad to learn that
f 5. Polly Griffis has returned.me :
from a Jacksonvillesing FULL
home and seems to betting rffrt

along nicely. : '
Mr. and: Mrs. Richard Nor- V lB BOX

an, Roger Waters, and Mrs.
ill Roberson and daughter
jtnt last week at a cottage at
rickland's Landing on King- I ..
ty Lake. e 6) .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters
o ... .
ve returned home from a

I Tioey asant vacation Mountains trip in to North the I MULLET LB 15( o YOUR CHOICE* FOOD FAIR COFFEE ib c
e ________'___'______"
irolina and Tennessee. I

Uldren Lynn of and Mr.Angle and Mrs.Waters Jack, ;I' ARMOUR STAR QUALITY SKINLESS 9 MAXWELL' OUSE LBCAN i Merchants 11

aters, visited with their aunt : 0 59; FREE EXTRA Qala rs srufsas''
Savannah last week. Jackie
faters stayed with her grand- LB ,
: WItH fKlHOUfON ufo PUIItA"Of .
other Mrs. Dorothy Waters, I 14
FARMHOUSE OZEN Chocolate: Lemon', Coconut, Banana : I r Spray
nile her parents were J in the \ > :' i 1 1 Rfg iRJ;; raHoid' !
1 ::.; L ". l:. 8I
lountains. MAYFAIR fresh new improved a .... .. ,
I '. ; :. ;; .ADOIIIO.O''St'UO'SYOUlfal'o1W1''OUltUt(f'I' :
The Intermediate "A" class ......
\ the Maxville Baptist Church COTTAG2b2Vc : CREAM' PIIS .. 2'FOR 19' i ;::::::::::: : :
field a class! meeting at theme t
9 0 9 6 d 0
of their teacher Mrs. : I'
orothy Waters Thursday It La [[1 [jIM .i! .
:ght July 11. They discussed 49f ; FREE EXTRA [CROM STAMPS; :

ans:! which for will their be annual on July lakep 30 \1 HALDORFO. ; MERCHAHTSGREENSTAMPSI:

iis year and also made plansr O.I LIQ DETER" (; ENT 11ozPlalc I 29 .t r F4j4 WITH mq couroN Ipa.a AND rvKn it cf t.

a bake sale. lamp, kn
Little Richard Norman spentst TII9 E e e e L TOOTHPASTE 2:J

week with his grand- .. Cia .... ,. ., ..... < ..>MMaa AOOrtiOM._TO BBVDMI_STAMTI Af!>.t.i g*711f .other Mrs. Dorothy Waters. ROLL WARBLIS Von. CShaoned. "to. 11 4:" ,f. ------ -------------arf
Roger NOl th and his broth- ; JI or Oulex J Cream. ?.-"" SURF All Purpose : t
s-in-law Richard Norman PKG. I I {I tUJ11|

net Bob Stanley, enjoyed aicp we : COOKIES jf DETERGENT QREDILTArdYS'
sea fishing trip recently l. 100% PURE i FREE EXTRA !
at from Mayport. ", A : o f MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Mr and Mrs. Willie Padgett v ::: 2Jb r I WITH IMS COUTON ANO PMOIAU Of I.
r.nounce the arrival of a son I L4 : o PKG 2Q FRE.MAR GIANT ; \ 1 I t i lo"reoflOO' ;
orn. Wednesday, July 10, ate K + 049, PKG. BUFFERINiiiruivf u.
Lake Butler hospital. The I VAL / WT .:r :
7 :::.
7-31-63 aadli'
jang man has been named ,I O
mes Tracey.Mr. I I MAYONNAISE
: and Mrs. B. F. Colman ,
'cnt last week in Arcadia, i t' M ,
anal Point and Avon Park
ith Mrs. Coleman's sister asserted flavor(
I IS. Barbara Langford and FLAYORKIST 12ei eons
Irs. Pat Johns and their fam- I assorted LA CORONA LUNCH LOAF

Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman i

ud children after a have week's returnedome visit in 17oz Cans CAKE MiXES.... BEEF STEW --414Aoo

:xington Park, Md. with Mr. 1GAL Z / .. Pk 9'
nd Mrs. Don Eichelson and: r. S
l ciren. Mrs. F. B Coleman 4fiji 3)00j
a son accompanied them \ Limit -1 with-$5 or mere, )

crae.CIVIC I I Flo oai/
r a/+(
The Maxville Civic club met A .1 &
i ,. .
onday nisht. July 15. at the I r Aa
I ;,.' ._. .. ,...,. .
ib house. Final plans for the ..,..'. : ?'\. .2 _
h ; ;10 .--. _..,.... _.a ._ '.'..'.0.-.,
aunty Health Clinic were i iJ.de. o .,.t. .
.0' e .. ..
'' 1A
The clinic will be open .- 1't' -
the first and third Thursys -I I FRESH BAKED BLUEBERRY t J'N"FRESH PICKED TENDER YOUNG POLE : .: :i : I 'I. Merdfafts I'I I

of each month from now II -' 1.' ., : ...,......._': 1f
I 'r". ;. _
,. ,....;. I FREE EXT: AMERCHANTS ____ ;:
G ,'\ -;s.+,.,', ; GREEN STAMPS :
PIE 49
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:CISTER FICTITIOUS X.VME c G' J,.'lJ1 .I 1. '1'Vn RI M Count:,T.(>f ra>Y"T"e Bsl" .1
Notice.. undersigned Is bereby, under given the that pro-;i 41, 1 _' TETLEY LOOSE TEA. 24 1 a1e
:50.953! Laws wit O. '0""t f'wIS7GV/f:4.rfnr.r u" _
lions of Chapter .. .
FloridA, Acts of mi, will I LADY FAIR REAL APPLESAUCE lib 14oz ----,11I11. '1'31063 ------
sister with the Clerk of thercult : t.I1ILirj
Court in and for Bradd TT tBS the most( gifted
County Florida, upon
,:pt of proof publication re-\\ ICED LOAF CAKE 49c :I Mertkants people save
1S notice the fictitious name .
H\'S SERVICE STATION, "Real applesauce Instead of water In batter"e ".. .. Merchantsgreen
In .. V'rr
df't' which Wei i are engaged '" -
... .. < Stamps
siness at intersection ofghway THOMPSON WHITE FRESH '
18 & %*1. Hampton : e, n 4 .---------------------
John trlda.and Catherine Van-Koolgen. -> a.w ., :!ft*-I j jI" ) e = i

't ners.3ated 133.. 311, Starke.X. Clark Florida St. T.sole 0. .I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS STAMP$' I II o SEEDLESS GRAPES .r .LB 23( tl i J. : jU Illj;NCY .1 i i'a

I }. :' :
jnty BAKERYBONUS 1 Q Pacsag, \12 sally... ...fair 1 ,- WIllI 111I cowwlf Mo MQW&W .
4tJ 7-!SmOOT **"* d' J e
I \ 1 It' = tpyl'i I Ua, o-'era a
1m' DONUTS .
1 FA 1l a-
IE POINT for the LEMONS. \
-.A DI1.oH..10__M St"""rf ou lfaM WIlIOt.t MOiA5I. o FOR 29 MARGARINE U.
7 loa write. Come in utdeel HOC AIM. 7.3143 mmtmmmmmfAQUA .', .... ( ,
TOOT fmrorit ESTER I ..M.lAOIIIIiOIt-n---regis TO 1)0(*****iw 7.314.noFROZEN want win yo.IYOYfr..

OOK Fountain Pen. TELBAPH. ,

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Spray S139 Gulf S9C I MM.CREAM ." -,,' ; Lee t.'K'Es 79c
,1 Spray QUART um DEODORANT ; 69c Sara eo:

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: and Mrs. Gilbert Reed I Clifford Cook, Tommy Card, seal of said my Court in Starke

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy : MELROSEBy and Mrs. Ruth Reed *re visit- I I and Kathy Clark. Florida, this ?Sth day of June,
/ 1963.
ing in Akron. Ohio. iijf. and Mrs. J. Prank CHARLES A. DARBY,
Mr. and Mrs. c. L/Bass and Walters and Kathleen of Clerk of Circuit Curt Brad-
Airs. Alice Rothhammer
Mary K. Schaeffer Cliarleyene BrantleAA.AA.A.AAAAAAA .
; daughters hae' moved to Boca Gainesville, Ga. were visiting ford County. Fl. rida.
By: Janet N" farter,
YYYYTYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYlMeNeilKelley Raton. \ .A.A Mr. and :Mrs. Homer Sikes of Deputy Clerk
I A A A A A A A .a..AAaA..A..L.A A A A A A A 11 In
--------------------- W. L. Brinson is Alachua: I
4 4 4 Lt. Col. James I. Sikes son Grandin. and Mr. and Mrs. SEAL)
A FINAL REMINDER: Saturday was the chef at the cookout.Mr. ___ Miss Sandra McNsil of General Hospital. : I of Mr. and Mrs. Homer B.S.es I'I Gerritt Dinklea of Florahome 7-1 4t 75OTIfE

: evening, July 27, is the and Mrs. Gary Abel '; 3 ,; : iL. Gainesville and Bunyon Kelley -I Rev. Jack Lee 'Watson of : of Grandin, participated :, over the weekend.Mr. > OF-,1\TK\TIOV TO

a Steak Supper sponsored by St. awl children of Chicago IlL -_ J Jr. of Melrose were married .attahoochee- spent a. few in Exercise LOGEX 63, in : and Mrs. B. J. Alderman MAKE .1 I'P I.1<'.\Tin'\ IOU

: William's Catholic Club.. To are spending three weeks at Saturday evening, July 6. days visiting friends, in Mel- Lite April and early May at attended the Alderman Re FJVAL: Estate 1>ef 1:&CIIUU.CIn

S avoid over-crowding, and White Feather Court. They FW : at the home of the bride's rose. Fort Lee, Va. Col. Slices with reunion at Gold Head Branch Ruble iUe. Puppell Perkins, Dc-

: waiting in line while others liave been coming to Keyston r. : brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sciad- the Air Force. Navy and otherAzy' (: on Sunday. ceatt-d .
: finish eating the will vacation for number of : : ini and children', of Gainesville [' I Charles Sikes returned TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCSJItX -
supper on a .ana Mrs. Rollin Hogan, in I' and, civilian personnel], ] hometo :
p be held in the roomy school years. Mrs. Abel is the daughter Rochelle. raited Mr.'and'Mrs,, H. administered support and sup-1 Griffin, Ga. on Sunday af- :Notice is hereby given that I

: cafeteria. Adult tickets will of Mr. and Mrs. Wede-. c. i :? ; The bride i is the daughter of R. Murphy at Orange Springs ply for a hypothetical field I te? spending two weeks with I have filed) my final report asKxftoutur
4 I of the estate of Ruble
n i De 1.25, and children 75c. kind who formerly lived at ; c Mrs. Waldo Wooten of Gainesville Fciry. aiTT-y of 400,000 locked in'| his grandparents, Mr. and ; Mae rupptll l' rkins. deceasid

"- This includes dessert, too. Hillcrest, Mr. Wedekind now : t \ and,the late Mr* McNeil,' Mr. and Mrs.Dock, L. Tison combat in central and southeastern Ms. H. B. Sikes. that I have. filed my petition for
and children recently final di barge, And that I will
Tony Brault, second son of [ deceased, was the manufacturer L Parents of the.groom are Mr. attended Europe. The participants I Mr. and Mrs. Gerritt Pink- apply to the lion. Theron A.

Mr. and Mrs. Lionel R. Brault. of Tinkertojs. anj Mrs. Bunyon XeUey o| a family barbecue at the I in the exercise maintained lea and children of Florahome Yawn. County Judge of Brad-
was inducted into the UJS. Mrs. Lena Clemens ands n, Melrose. I home pf Mrs. Tison's sister, ;! round the clock operations have returned home after a I foid County Florida, on the th
of 1963 approval -
day August
Navy this week. He spent a George Allen were in Jacksonville Given ia marriage by Rollin: Mr. and Mrs., J. A. Owens, in to make sure that everything I trip to Canada, Niagara Falls, of the same and for final
few days in Jacksonville and the weekend. They Micanopy.Rev. I : discharge: as Executor: of the estate -
on Hogan,the bride wore a white from rocket! launchers a tour of Washington, D.
C.I Perkins -
of Ruble Mae Poppell
from there, he went to the visited Mrs. Mary Nelson, of .: street length ,dress of satin and Mrs. DanieJ. StaJ- la.bootlaces from blood plas1 1 ana other historical points of I deceased.This .

Great Lakes Naval Training Hillcrest who is a patient in j which she had ,mad, Mrs. ford and spn of Bethany, ma to diesel fuel, was in the ; interest. 2Sth day of June. 1S63

Station. i the .Baptist Hospital. They Rcllin Hogan was matron of Okla. are, visiting her parents nglit: place at the right time. Eiecutor/s/: T. J. POPPELL.of the estate of

Nice to see Mrs. Mary also visited Mrs. Clemen's sister c ( honor and John Scully of Mr. and..Mrs. Walter Mann. Coi. Sikes is assigned to the i PARAN BAPTIST CIRTCB Ruble Mae Poppell Perkins.!
Goodson at Church Sun- and husband Mr. and Rev.: Stafford left Thursdayfor d 't'alled.
on Gainesville was best man far UJS. Army Training Center GRANDIN, FLA,
day. Mrs. Goodson, a former Mrs.< E. John Nelson. r _'. i$ tIle bri egroom.; Orlando to attend are- I at Fort Gordon, Ga. He is a I,I A.Attorney R SURLES.for Executor

parishoner, is now living in We are so' happy to hearth They are now residing in vival.Misses j 1939 graduate of Melrose High Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor j I P O Box 1135
Opalaka and relatives about Jack ", '. Becky and 'Nancy Sunday School 10 Lakeland, Florida
was visiting good news I. Gainesville here Mr. Kelly is School and attendej the Uni- am : 7n 723Zipper
in Grandin, Mr. and Haberstroh. As of this writing ; Jr : ' employed by the city and Mrs. Grant are spending two weeks versity of Georgia. i Morning Worship, 11 aJn :

Mis. IL B. Sikea. he was touring the V. A. Hospital .: : ;; ::. Kelley works at ;Bell Tele- in Hendersonville N. C., with I R$tired Col. and, Mrs. John Training Union, 1:00 p. m Notebooks $2.49 at

Miss Cathy Brault was in a wheel chair. just phone Co.Duplicate. tlieir grandparents, Mr. and Tilden of Orlando are spending I Evening Service, 8:00: p. m Bradford County Telegraph.
hostess at party Saturday week after his operation. Mrs. U. S. Grant. Hour of Power Wednesday .
a on -i one Bridge I some time at their cot- I|I -,--- .
July 13, marking her KP is now able to have visitors, Winners of the Melrose Duplicate Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sikes j night 8:00: p. m.
,..... ... ,, .. __ .. ... .._ tage on Kirby Lake. I I
9th birthday at the Brault ana he would be glad to see .i u -, -<7.U'O"= "-'>:.I Bridge Club for last ana children of Prairie village -\ Otis Brockman of Lake City : '

home on Highway 21. North. to friends again. Jack is in wttk Include the following: Kan. have returned home i NOTICE TO APPKAItTIIE WILLIAMS I
... I Mary Stuart Davies Bruce C. Prevatt is visiting his mother, Mrs. \
Guests Included Christine the Lake City V. A. HospitalMr. MrsB.. C. Christoffers and after spending several weeks ] Ethel Brockman, for a coupleof STATE OF FLORIDA TO: .
Madsen, Pamela and Cheryl and Mrs. R. M. Good- Wed In Barnesville, S. C. CeremonyMiss Miss Bessie Rutherford first with Mrs. Ruth! Jackson and i w.eeks.Mr.. I whose residence and pest office JEWELRY'

Tomes. Rickey Warren, Beth I son and sons o? Sneads spent I| i place; Mrs. Emory Cooper andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson. i I: and Mrs. Jim Goodson address are unknown.You .

Jackson; Cindy Scales. Di- last week in Keystone Heights j Mary Stuart Davies: Kith jewel necklines elbow R. :P. Vogh, and Mrs. Ed Mys, Julian Jacoby and ': of Miami are visiting Mr. and \ petition are has hereby been notified filed in thata the REPAIRSVATC11KSDIAMOND8

,aanne; and Cassy Chapman, with Miand :Mrs. Harold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sleeves, and flowing butter- Longnecker and Mrs. Philip children of Middleburg visited. Mis. Homer Sikes for two Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of \

Tony Burke, Sonja Payton Ridaught and children. Mrs. Benjamin P. Davies Jr., of fly drapes in the back. They K.'Omer, tied for second place: her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I weeks. Florida in and for Bradford
County, Florida, in Chancery,
Keadal and Valerie Turner, Barnwell, S. C. became the wore short circular veils each and Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss V. Slade, Thursday. I
Goodson and Mrs. Ridaughtare John Herring, brother of i for the adoption of Baby Boy AH Work GuaranteedA.
Glenda Rose, and Cathy's sister sisters. br.ds of Bruce Chapman Pre- attached to a matching chiffon -. Iva Hillyer fourth place. Mr- and Mrs. Ralph Theus Williams. You are required to
Mrs. Callie Rye, is in Cocoa.
Debbie. Cathy's lather Keystoners who attendedths vatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. rose, short white gloves,] PersonalsMrs. I and his mother, Viola Goswick. serve a copy of your answer or C. Williami
hospital from injuries he received objection on Carey Goddard. 18
M}ron C. Prevatt, of Keystone and satin slippers dyed to have moved to Waldo from I
Davies-Prevatt wedding in Gordon PoQle and children i : while unloading a load N. W. 1st Street, Gainesville,
Heights on Saturday, July match their dresses. Their of the Cason cottage.Mr. Florida attorney for petitioners, 142 W. Call St.
I Barnwell, S. C., on Saturday, Oakville, Ontario of treated poles near Cocoa.
30Gal. Dearborn 20, at 8 in the Church of flowers I and to file the original thereofin
were crescent-shaped
"I p.in. and
Mrs. Evans Spires
I: July 20, were Mrs. Mary La- Canada have returned home Those attending Camp Moonat the office of the Clerk of Starke. Fla.
: Rue, who was wedding soloist; the Holy Apostles, in Barnwell.The bouquets of yellow glamellias after spending several weeks and sons of Tallahassee,visited Eustic last week were Glen- said Court on or before August ,,_._. -._ "", .

HOT WATER I! :Mis. Hazel McKay, Mrs. Lois Rev. George Chassey and blue delphinium. with her parents Mr. and! Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Spires da Grainger, Patsy Winters, 2 fesso, 1963,will or be a decree entered pro against con- -_- ---_. .;--.--.- C-

i Walker and Miss Connie Jr., rector of the Church of Myron C. Prevatt Jr., of Mrs. L. W. Neefus. his parents. .. -

;:: HEATER Knight. Also Mr. and Mrs the Holy Apostles, anj the Keystone Heights, brother of Mrs. Mary Buza and daugh- After spending several days

Myron Prevatt. parents of the Rev. Victor S. Ross Jr., chap- the groom, served as best ters of Jacksonville spent with her mother, Mrs. Pearl

: groom Bruce Prevatt. lain. of Stuart Hall and rectorof man. Groomsmen were John Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. Wingenbach Mr. and Mrs. El- KEYSTONE HE1GHTS.. MELOSEBUSINESS "

I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garter Emmanuel Episcopal Mi'Dermid, of Ft. Pierce Bill Nell Roundtree.. wocd Echuler and children '
Church, Staunton, Va., officiated Pierce, of Atlanta and Thomas -
have returned from a Mrs. Mattie Peeler and Mrs; Warren and Lawana, have

I three weeks' vacation trip to I, at the double ring ceremony Grimes of Jacksonville.The Mary Besscnt of Jacksonville returned home to Riverdale, I DIRECTORYRESTAURANTS"

I North Carolina, Chicago Pittsburgh and.nuptial mass. bride's mother wore a visited their! brother and sis-|i Md.Mr.

and Cincinnati. While i Ferns, native greens and two-piece sheath of champagne ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs, J. J. Boyle I- -

I j in North Carolina they visitedI glowing candles in brass can- peau de sole trimmed W. Addison and family Prioay. spent the week. in Jacksonville -

0# I andMrs.: Stephens who i clelabra decorated the church. with sequins and gold beading, with' Mr. and Mrs. A. M. APPLIANCEST GARDEN SUPPLIES

White snapdragons, carnations with matching shoes and .
a Schreiver.Mr.
home there Mr. and
owi a summer Mrs. James V Service Center TilE
,.. gypsophilai, tuberoses velvet bow trimmed
and a winter home at Nel- champagne Boyle of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. Charles Hen- 0 Plants
I son's Point on Lake Geneva and miniature Fug mums i with veiling. Her green the week with hisparents, Mr. derson and daughter of Jack- I J. K. TInES, Proprietor Keystone HeigMaRestaurant

across the street from the were used in the altar vases. 01 chid was attached to her ana Mrs. J. J. Boyle. sonville were recent guests of Authorized Motorola Philco I S Garden Supplies and
Sprays of the same flowers evening bag. Mr., and Mrs. Walter Addison. Furniture
Garbers. Other Keystone visitors Miss Lana Jacoby of Middle- Sales and Service
with white satin ribbons The mother W. K. Flakes, O\vner-Mgr.
groom's wore a irand Mrs.. Lester Gray
of the Stephens' were buig visiting her uncle and >
Service All :Makes
marked the reserved A On O Duralite and DuPont In
pews. dress of turquoise with lace and Specializing
'Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence son and Mrs. Nell Round-
I white satin pillow was bodice and skirt of silk TV RADIO STEREO Paints '
: who live next door on Nelson's prayer or- Ashley, and family.Mr. tree and grandson, recently Blue Plates with
.n m; Point. I used at the altar rail. ganza over taffeta. Her hat and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley toured the National Forest. I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals S Wallpapers Painter's Fresh Vegetables
Mrs. Solomon] Blatt, organ- was! of turquoise lace and she Six Gun and Silver '
; Eric Garber, son of Mr. andMrs. recently visited his brotherinlaw :Territory_ Keystone Heights, 473-4651 Supplies (FOLD BEER
ist of Barnwell and Mrs. I
wore a white orchid. Springs.
1 11. and sister Mr. and Mrs. _
Charles Garber is in ,
From 6:00 AJI. Till f
George LaRue, vocalist of I Open : -
Mrs. B. P. Davies Sr. grand- Mrs. Glynn Rothhammerand
1 Mexico this summer on a sort Hoyt Lightfoot. in Atlanta, AUTO SERVICE II I.
or Peace Corps mission witha Keystone Heights, presenteda mother of the bride, wore a Ga. children and Mrs. Grant I Zike'sDecorating At the stoplite Keystone lift

group of Newman Club program of nuptial music. Dior blue crepe dress with I Mrs. Martha MacKeachie Rothhammer and daughter. Terrell's

I. Serving as acolyte was Peter white orchid corsage.Immediately : and Mrs. Harriet Rice attended Carol spent Tuesday in Gainesville Shop
Eric Lake
members of his college. i Brooklyn
'will be coming home in Au- Mowlajko of Barnwell. after the ceremony -I the funeral of their broth- Gulf ServiceNew

% gust. Given in marriage by her a reception was held at I er, Jay Hoagland, in Elizabeth Misses Trudie and Gloria & Used Tires Keystone Heights RestaurantSTEAKS
't : father, the bride wore a gownof the home of the bride. Mr. I I N. J. Another sister, Morris have moved to Jacksonville -
11 m 1at : From $3.00 Up AU Sizes PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECIALIZING
FIRST BAPTIST ivory peau de soie with and Mrs. R. L. Zeigler, of [ Mrs. L. M. Pearsall was unable where they are. both

i rounded neckline and three- Denmark, S. C., and Mr. and to attend the funeral. employed. Lubrication Batteries Acces. IN 1
i quarters length sleeves. The Mrs. William S. Davies. of I Mrs. C. M. Kirchner of St. OPEN 7 A. M. 7:20 P. ,iL -" --- SEA FOOD

COMPLETELYAUTOMATIC: J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Music semi-princess front featuredan Greenwood, 'S. C., greeted: Petersburg is guest at the TRINITY EPISCOPAL Keystone Heights, 473-: 129w ,I INSURANCE ORDERS TO GO -
Copeland, Minister of
A-shaped applique of Alen- guests at the front door. The home of her brotherinlawand CHURCH MELROSE: -

ind church organist. con lace and seed pearls extending buck's book was kept by Mrs. sister, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil !AUTO STORE 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplita

.I 10 YEAR WARRANTY I, Services: Sunday School} down the skirt front. Jerry Comer, of Atlanta, and,. R. Hook. Holy Days 10 a. a., Holy Ieystone Heights

: 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Panels: of Alencon lace and Miss Ellen DeLind. of Winter Mrs. Prances McGinty and Sundays 10 a. m. Church I Western Auto Murrhee Insurance '
10:50: !a. m. Training Union
services sted: pearls were used on the Faik. Assisting in receiving children of Atlanta, Ga. are School. '11:45: a, m, Morning Associate Store I BeiIdler'sHoliday
7:00 Evening
$55.00Compare : p. m. round court train and on the and serving were Mr. and Mrs. visiting the Berkelmans. Prayer: and Sermon First I
3:00 p. m. You are Invited to back: of the bodice.: Her fin- Calhoun Lemon, Mr. and Mrs.:. Tommy Storer, son of Dr. Sunday, Holy Communion t f 1 Appliances-Major or .rn""I. Agency Inn

AnywhereSLADEGAS- share family Prayer time with gertip veil of ivory silk illusion Soiomon Blatt Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M. B. Storer, was p.m.Episcopal Young'Church I']' Auto Accessories, Tit IM. l RestaurantFormerly

I IlL was attached to a small Solomon Blatt: Jr., Mrs. Solo :I recently appointed program men. j Batteries. .I,.'I General InsuranceFire ,

I, Steno Notebooks, Steno tapered peau de soie pillbox mon V. Brown Mrs. H. J. director of Harvard University. Communion.The Sporting Goods, Bic-cJ,....

r- Ko-rcct Type, Typewriter trimmed In matching lace and [I Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.Jeeries. Radio Station WHRB. Rev. Lee- W. Heatoa, Hardware Paints, G\J' 't Carnally Hnn<1.. Lavrence's Dinette
a D
OF STARKE Pens Typing Paper, Erasers pearl design. The bride carried Jr., Mr. and MrsEarl Mrs. David Hinnant Mid- Vicar. I' Supplies. AUi il Line I>C01IPIJTTELY REMODELED
of Wrightenberry, Mayor and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH. a cascade bouquet dleburg spent Friday with her -
ivory bride's roses. She also Mrs. Herman I. Mazursky Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howardan METHODIST URCE [1- .Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 I'ull Dinners! Lunches -

cairied linen and lace hand- and Mrs. Robert C. Harris, MELEOSBECY. i Electrical Contractors i ij nnaa- ---- I Ala Carte Italian Food

.u : kerchief made by the groom's Mr. and :Mrs.: Norman LeJBlroic 1 Diode North of Red Light
imported .hand-embroid Kenneth W. Griffith Jackson Electric c' InHLL'ORK KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
grandmother and carried; by I| Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ered. linen cover. The three- j .

.., .her and by the groom's mother Plsxico!! Mr and Mrs. Dan M. I tired bride's cake was decorated Pastor I(ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOU, I'

in their weddings.Mrs. .i Hartley, Mr. and Mrs.. Perry with,a cascade of yellow Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ;House Wiring, Electric Rang: :.: .1'.1'I REAL ESTATE

: Terrell C. Davidson of A. Price, and the.Misse? Carrie roses. Gardenias and yellow Worship 11 a. m. ,. and Water Heater Repair'; I!

:.YOURCANDIDATE Gainesville, Fla. was matron of I Gene,- Clarice and Ethel roses encircled the base of General Electric Repair \\ one! ,, ( C. J. Pete O'ConnorHCAI.TOR
honor Bridesmaids were Misses Ashley. THE RIGHT POINT for the I Call "Toby" For All Your! Keystone
the cake. On the buffet five- .
_ : Jane Harvard of Brooks-I Guests were received In the, branched silver candelabrawith way you write. Come in and I Electrical Needs i

-, -? jj '' viile, Pla., Mary living and dining rooms and ivory tapers were placedon select your favorite ESTER-i!Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4'q.-. Alillwork Shop I REAL ESTATE

Clover, S. C., and Corinne the den and gift mom. which either side of BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE I MOPTG/XCKS. APPRAISALS
an -
: Gordon, of Trion Ga. Thei were thrown en suite and decorated .of bridal flowers and GRAPH. \ CARf-NCTS, T- IOORSWINIJUW Keystone Heights Tel 473-4297

4 i I br.de's attendants wore dresses : with bridal arrangements .
_ HE'S A'NOTHING I yellow roses in a silver bowL I C.&L.FeedCo : FRAMES
s ,: of jonquil yellow chiffon I accented with touches I From the house, a path outlined ,Fun For All i, Ij j i SCREENS Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
with fitted bodices an bell I of ivory and gold.
hurricane lamps C. M. BURKHALTER.
,. i,
chif- i ii I In the the Trim MiterUU
skirts. Their matching dining room ivy and white : .
i chrysanthemums FEEDS : -
i, for jackets were designed bride's table was covered withFULLSTRENGTH led tor the refreshment scOtCHDOUBLES I 8a"h i.ut' To Order
j FERTILIZERS fte,. Real Estate Broker

:: I I I canopy, where punch and a FARMERS HARDWARE. Keystone Heights: 473-4235 Lake Properties Acreage .
buffet Japanese
wee served.
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v : Ranches Bus'-esi City
.. Earleten
lanterns .
outlined the garde. : .- -- r.IH
Homes ,ratal
For her wedding trip, the!' i TeLUelrose:: 5-5163
S"; ;lf y 'We Take A Personal Inter*
brae: wore a white linen j & 'I IBMB.M>MM BWMBMBMMMHBBm. *k I
'T sheath I I\ In Tour Req'Jlre.T enU"ulidwaj
dress, with matching
Hey! Take it easy. you may not agree. jacket: and gold button trim. I r _, :t' : Keystone Height .

sig l She wore & French beret with i Edna WilliamsFLOBLST :Nursery- Stl(.! Thousands Of UeiroieItiu

bone veiling and bone acces- JtiEVERY SIJIISEK P".1ntsnlit Trees To ay 21 I--Op( Sunday...

I politically but you'll agree the,safest way sories. i ; T Choose From. Nice Shade'TrHSJ OR *."* |
'KILLS GERMS TOO! The former Miss Davie&'' Is. FLOWERS & Landscape'Plants. iEiergrrens

: to carry funds while traveling is with an Hall honor and will graduate finish her of Stuart senior' For AD Occasion All In Containers, Plant S. E. McKay Realtor

year at Emory University Atlanta \.cP1rfn. PMn." OP *-ir'l Anytime See Our Plants For 1-1 Lots Lake
I Lilly $3300.
_... .
State ( .
checks from the Keystone -- -
travelers following the first se- ; GARAGES Quality. Let Us Do Your ,Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake .
33 mester. She is a member*of ; $2775. Term* Investment tracts

; :: Bank.. h Bleach Kappa; Kappa Gamma. In her: CALL 961-6261 HILL'S GARAGE Landscaping. J!large enough for several lots.

junior year she was named a : .1 aec& to wide sandy beach.
in Ford Career Scholar. : For Information P.tl TISrt: A BODY WORIiElf't'iiie O. C. Carncs Nursery;Use for recreation while hold

loosens dirt, brightens Cleans and disinfects k Mr. Prevatt is a graduate : and Acetylene InK for investment. K-Z Terras.Z .

e whites sanitizes clothing.Hood sickroom,tattrocm,kitchen! of Emory at Oxford and Emory SfarkeLanes\ Welding :23 ML East Of Starke On UK CB furnished cottage onVautiful

- University. He is presently : Radiator Repairs Hwy 100 At Fl&rshome. I i! ,Lake llutehinsoa .
33 Bleach
", MEMBER F. D. L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i ( employed in the First Na- 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE nU'iiuess I'lioae C81563I1iklente 7000. Terms.
I tional Bank of Atlanta where AMUSEMENT! I Tailored Seat Covers & Trim 'I
I i and DisinfectantJULJ '.- I the ouplwiUiive. Later, he CENTER Keystone >,Phone 684SOigbt Keystone HeighU Fit. '

I, plans to enter the Law School : I 473-4165, Nile 473-4109 I[ Time and '7 to. 8 a. m. 473-4818 .J
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ftTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTILAWTEY were hosts to'the Youth Meet-! Monday, Aug 29 at 8 p.m. I wJi: be living with his parents,I. of, appendicitis. I this century America's farm-1] H.From "normal" to full mobilization -; ing supply of food to the Nation

ing of the First Baptist! 1 Youth Meeting will .beheld I Mr. and Mrs.. H. M. Manning. | Rev. George Chism and I I,I ers and the food industry for nuclear attack] is now. Much has been

\ Church last week. During the I Saturday, Aug 27, 8 p.m. I Friends of J. C. Higgin-I family moved into the pastor- ; wcreeminently successful could be a matter of hours., doi.e- but much, much more

day they had a lively base 1 PeionaIs j botham will regret to learn hun at ,the Highland .Church !' producing, processing, and Or minutes. The only time a- needs to be done.

Enza baL game and a peanut boiling Mrs. Mae Wells has returned that he has been confined in: recently., The preacher says t 11 distributing the food neededby vailable for planning continu-
By Blanchard .
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f i which was enjoyed. by about 1 from \isiting her son and:Biadfcrd County Hospital asa he never wants that'one little;t.." -.- .. ., civilians. the military and -
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I 24 young folks. Adults, I', daughter-in-law. in'Huntsville result of injuries sustained: ucman could get so much 1 Our Soil Our Strength:;I our allies. Government's role :

Church ActiviUes' I besides Mr. an:! Mrs. Starling, 'i ALt. They spent part of the: when his car hit a sand bank work out of- one !lazy man as I' .Soil- Conservation .:i wts, to, guide, coordinate, and!!

The Methodist Woman's Society included Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph:! tune in the mountains at Lake i I and went out of control Sat- ,: Lois got out of him that day. 'N E W .;J<5: assist farmers and the food;, natural

: met in the home of :Mrs. Wise. Mrs. John Brown, Mit- Fontana, N. C.; i iMrs. I urday. He is at home now,,: They were working until 12 \ ,. ;industry in that taskIn the fm

George Roberts Tuesday eve- I\; ctel Brown, and Mr. and! .' Bobby Dyal, Mrs. Sid- feeling much better. I midnight and then, after ha, By Bill Haas global conflict of 1941-45 es-i-

rung of last week with 'Sirs. I Ml's. Bobby Dyal. and Mr.. .'and :: ney Hansen, Mrs. V. R., Red- Our boys: Tex Patrick: got to bed he couldn't sleep! Soil Conservation Service I pecially this teamwork en-I' I
cioh, and Miss Elizabeth Terry Charles Smith, Robert Scott, for all the big trucks running .
Roberts in the chair. After the II Mis. Cecil Haidee.Grace I! I II > abled the United States to:
attended the Woman's Missionary and Mike Crawford off, the and other 'My getting faf on
devotional by Mrs. Effie Miner Methodist: Church i i l got; on highway, : cows are g help feed great areas of the*,
the School 9:45 Union Associational! Monday' for Brooksville] with 1 traffic and train noises. Seemshe I thai millet 'I planted,v said gas
regular business session 11
: ajn;Worship ;, world while providing ade-
was conducted. I am.; Evening services,'8 pm.: !|i Rally at Beulah Church last ether Bradford County boys of is not accustomed to all James Spma. He planted millet : ':

Rev. W. A. Fox and Mrs. MY F each Wednesday 8 'p.m.; i t Thursday. ;, the Little League team. They this commotion passing his >early this year for hay, quite supplies for its Armed

Fo.t; of the Methodist Church II Vacation Bible School to begin i, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish! are scheduled to play against j' house .at night. Well all we but this rain kept him from i forces- and for use at home. I IS TIlE JIOHER.GEXIE

will leave the first of the I August 12 and continue or Webster visited Mr. Red- otner teams for five days. have to say ithe will learn! I making hay so he turned his\f' The same industry-Govern-. THAT DOES YOURTODAY'S
dl h's mother :Mrs- V. R. Redi Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford; But welcome to i ment teamwork would assure'the
anyway -
week for I the ,
Rhinebeck, N. Y. through week.: Attend.ance i f tows in and they are doing JOB BETTER
i I dfrh, this week. I were visiting in Daytona Highland! t ; continuity of food proces- -
where all (
: they will spend the of. children is solicited. -
fine. Millet is good tempo-
I I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren : Beach Sunday. They took Mrs. Now for this announcement t a sing and distribution so necessary -
month of August.. While there ; when : to' ; anfl l quietly, cleaner, faster and more
thtY intend and Lynn'spent the weekend '! Shuford's! mother, Mrs.. Hester, They will. have open house at j jI rary manage- survival and victory
to visit the I
Baptist: Sunday ment is right.
churches in which officiated i with his father, J. E. War- j Hicks, who 'will spend some the pastorium: this Sunday afternoon -; should another 'war occur.Today's j ECONOMICAL.Call .
School, 10 am. Worship 11 II
I ;
before i i ?-en. ; time with her son-in-law and f"om 2: o'clock until I The USDA County Defense weapons of war are ]
coming to Flor a.m.; Training Union, 7 p.m.; I III' Board, with Foster Shi J Smith.I and There us today for a free estimate
;ida. There will be services I Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Sapp daughter Mr. and Mrs.: Floyd Training Union time., Every- sudden: devastating. 1
evening sevices, 8
pjn-r Pray- and children of Jacksonville : Martin. j one invited to attend. -' Chairman, has received inforrnOion would likely be little or no
Sunday morning conducted. by er'teeting each. Wednesday I t STARKE NATURAL GAS
supply pastors. 8 j.m. YWA and Intermediate I'II' viuted Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Croft } Nellie 'Wilkinson, was able I on "Food Management : time to gear up for emergen-

Mr. and Mrs.. Dick Starling GA will meet at the church I Pearce during the weak. ,' and family of .Jacksonville I to attend church services:rej -I: in a National Emergency -I cy operations at even the astounding -I CITY HALL Phone 964-2351 I
: i I Johnny Sapp returned to visited Mrs. John Brown and j cently and had recovered I of War
In two World Wars pace World -
I J Jacksonville with his friend, family Sunday. i; enough that she: could. leave .
I .
George Jordan,.who spent the Recent visitors of Mrs. W. R. hef walker'"home": --- J .

S STARK week with him and will spend'! Dixon were friends from. ,North Also I glad: to see Genevieve ; '. -
I a few days. 'Carolina. i i! Stewart: back In church after "

BUSINESS DIRECTORY! Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lowery Edward L Massey has been::| so long in hospitals and on AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY .

have returned from Valdosta, i promoted to train dispatcher I the sick bed. :

I' Ga. where they have been visiting -! :in Jacksonville by the Sea-j I During a recent visit to .
--- thendaughters.. j i board Air line Railroad. That'!' Green Cove I met John Huntley ,..-
AUTO REPAIRS AUT0 SERVICE I, Mrs. Maymle Futch is visiting ,i iwil: be his permanent working'I' and he learned. that I was ':: -;"---, --S." -- -- --- --

I her daughter' in Jackson i fcoint- '- i I I I"the possum bunter." He AUTO SALES:&SERVICELINCOLN BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn GARDEN SUPPLIES MUSIC SUPPLIES

Gardners ville.: I i Miss Carolyn Turner of! made the Temark that a big I II '. : 1 I

Earl's Gar&ge Weekend visitors of .Mrs. Live Oak 1$''visiting her uncle j I!I possum could .whip me! Well, MERCURY Complete Beauty Culture Gridley Music
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ALL KINDS OF Gulf Service Either Martin were Mr. and I and aunt Mr. and Mrs. M. L. !' one: never has.' Lrfact I have CpOMET Girls -, Women r- Men !Johnson & Paris, Inc.

!! :Mrs Kenneth Prater of Jack I Turner. Mrs. M. J. Reaves of battled, with cows and other FIAT METCOB Tuition Budgeted Co. Inc.
E\exy Mechanical Service Complete Line ofSEEDSPLANTS
AUTO REPAIR WORK 1 sonville. I: Jay was a visitor of the Tur- : animals much larger than :
General Repairs Automatic FREE PLACEMENT CENTRAL p..oRIDA'S
Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of Jack- ners last week. j possums, but still""'on the big Authorized Sales Service- -
Courses ,
AU Transmissions I Special Bru h-Up
Work Guara.nteedPhone Complete Music Stort
sonville is spending the week Mr. and 'Mrs. Alen Carter fight. So the size of a person FERTILIZERSInsecticide
969-2961 GULF PRODUCTS and children of Jacksonville I doesn't If Parts r Pianos by Baldwin, Storey M
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green j always 'count. you Central Hairstyling Pet Supplies
TIRES BATTERIES visited and Ben- have the'''know how" Clark, Henry L. 3lll1u-
So. Walniit. Starke and family. Mr. Mrs. Paul you can Trained l\Iecb.wcs-Good "Wo Rent Fertilizer'Spreaders"
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke I Randal: Bradley, who hast nett and daughters over the I I usually-win-believe it.or not! College Fisehek
.1--- ..-- 1'iioxe asi-678i i t spent his. 30 day leave with weekend. Miss Judy Bennett 1 We. had been hearing so UsedCars 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Organs by Baldwin Cona

--- I his; family here, left last Friday i i returned with' them'for a visit.CLAff .I much hammering lately that 218 S. E. ISt.-' Gainesville PHQNE 373-0476 Gibson & Gretch Guitara-

AUTO SERVICES FLORIST aboutto kill' Barkley Motors 376-4105 Gainesville Fla. Amplifiers
lIe is stationed with the \ curiosity 'was : us ,
Paratroopers: in Gunsenheim,I VYYTYYVYIvYYVYYYYYYYYI so we finally ', learned that 1004 N. Main

Gilbert S. Brown Colonial Florist 1 Germany.Mr. I I Lealer Lang is building a new 615. N. Main Gainesville. Gainesville Shopping Center

HAS NEW OWNERS I and Mrs. Leon Starling HILL I I house. Probably: has .it almost BUILDING MATERIALS INSULATIONROOFINGAll New and UsedPIANOS -

Standard Oil Service Station Dot Bagwell, Mgr. I of Jacksonville were visiting i j i completed by now It is next

ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS MiS. Stailmg's brotherinlawana I By Mrs. J. .14. StricklandIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 1 to Gertie Faircloth's old log I B & G Motors Co. Ridgway Roof American GUITARSIJRUl5SlD'XI
] house. It does loot like ClayS *' .* ,
TIRES & BA11ERZESBudget MEMBER F. T. D.Floueis sister, :Mr: and Mrs. 'r- MUSIC
termsRoad Service Wired World Wide i' George L. Shuford, and Gayle __c Hill is building up a little. <\COLDSUOBU.EF8.un.J.ft Truss Co. Insulation & RoofingCO. Budget Terms
Starke ..:- Phone 964-6291 over the weekend. j IOUI' sympathy goes again to J I The Quarterly Associational \.
: 'iTieetin at Highland .Church Wood Trusses &
Phone 964-7071 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark a dearly beloved family Zet- I Lillian't Music Store
LANDSCAPINGWE 'of Jacksonville were i' tie Padgett, and all of herchildren was well -attended, ,and some I Sales and Service Prefabricated pomponents "Gainesville Leader"

407 N. Tea-Ie. etark I Sunday visitors"'of Mr.\ Denmark's and relatives In the i, wonderful messages1 were Any Size Free Estimates; New Roofs Shingles
Since 1933
SPECIALIZE IN 2001 :N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
sad sudden death of Ze .' heard. 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel.
mother, Mrs. Lois or Built-Up
I S. E, First Galnejvtm
LANDSCAPINGAND Carter. i i tie's son, Earl, in the Florida' The Associational v Sunday PHONE S76-7515 372-3961-Collect Call Roof Cleaning & Repairs .
Hurst'sService NURSERY I Mr.\ and Mrs. Frank Dor- j I State Prison. He was schedul- i i School meeting was held with : ..." MOVER
Fiberglass -
Private and Commercial man of Jacksonville spent I I cd to be paroled this: week and[ : Long Branch Monday night. I : BUILDING SUPPLIES -U

Station Property i i Sunday 'with'Mr..ndMrs. B.'I J seemed to.be quite well on Rev. Croft preached for us.I Crane. Motor Co. Blown or Batt Gainesville

-SINCLAIRGas Also expert tree removal and J1]1 E. Reddish. !; Sunday. On Tuesday however,i at the Highland Church last McCoy Building Contractor or Retail MayflowerLOCAL
he either suffere : Sunday and delivered a' won-. .
j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter : a heart attack LARK: ANGUA- DAY or NITE
Oils Lubrication Tri C'ountyDevelopment I and Brenda, .and :Mr. and or an attack of acute indigestion i I derful message. I Supply CenterS PHONE 376-4236 AND LONG

Goodjrar Tires & Batteries Co. Mrs. David Browning visited and lived only a All who wish to enroll for I] ENGLISH FORD 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville DISTANCE MOVINGStorage
: short time after that. the Highland Vacation Bible LL'tIDEBII And Crating
HOAD ,: Six: Gun Territory and Silver I j ji MERCEDES BENZ VOLVOkuthorized
SERVICE Trimming. Springs Sunday. Cedric Rosier's nephew was i ,: School are asked to report at II BUILDING SUPPLIES Gainesville Phone J76- %!1

706 S. Walnut,Sfarke. Your Satisfaction Guaranteed.1 Harold Manning. recently of rushed: to the hospital Sunday -. I(5:30! : am. Saturday, Aug. 3, ., Sales & Service i HARDWARENo. 'LADIES WEAR
.961-61111 I Boulevard
Main and 23rd
Lake Putler IIY 6-4261 r Tallahassee has returned and ,mornin; with an attack,:' at the church..Go tp the class "Complete Service for AU S. Security Transfer
you are to enroll in, and fill PHONE 372-4361

out your card there. Bible Slakes' S Gainesville Cherry'sGainesville's & Storage, Inc.

School starts Monday Aug. 5, AGENTS FOR

When climbing counts... olines! It's the South's most popular family of at 9 amAll are urged to be .506 E. University Ave. CEMENT :Most Fashionable FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER .

gasolines-Crown Extra, Crown, Economy Crown prsent the first day and even PHONE 372-434S Inc.
STANDARD STANDS OUT each famous for long-running mileage, dependable day. I Address For Ladies Local ,
& Long: fisUUlcetoTtnr
I performance, top power at its price. I Revival Services at High- Gainesville, Fla. LINTELS WINDOW SILLS CrvUng-Stomge.--Paek1ng

Is your engine talking backwithV.astefu. Whatever your car needs, there's a Standard I laud will start at '1:30 p.m. STEPPING STONES MATERNITY WEAKAOCESSORIES Phone 376-2666

knock, needless stop-and-stall? Make it pur-r-r gasoline that's just right. So stop at the Stand I| August 18. Rev. Connie Johnson DODGEDARTDODGE "If It's Cement Wi Cast It" 1040 So. Main Gainesville
with power! Fill up with the fuels'custom-made .ard sign, where we take better care of your car. : will do the preaching, and Cement 105 W. University, Gainesville,

for go-go-go Dixie driving-today's Standard gas-- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) J: lesder.Lewm Redding Everyone will invited.be song TRUCKS Precast Products I: I I NEON SIGNS

The Young People ahd Beginners Sales-Pa.rts-Secvice 2033 N. E. 27th Ave Gainesville I Jeffcoat

f :' tied for the banner USED CARS TOO PHONE 372-093 MATERNITY "rEARNan's
I last Sunday each had.a gradeof SignsNEON
80 per cent. A change has Foole-Gable Motors PLASTIC PAINTED

I been made in the prize-instead CONCRETE PRODUCTS Neon Designing Neon Repair

I of a banner, it is now a 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Stork Shop Erecting: Maintenance,
__ Gainesville
1611 S. Main
in the futureit
small trophy. So PHONE S72-4S4S
will be 'the'class with the INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Special Occasion Dresses To Phone Day 372-0302

trophy." As long as a' class CONCRETE PRODUCTS Every Day Sportswear Nlte 373-8897

makes the highest grade* they ARE THE BEST FROM Formats I
keep the trophy. If another
I Edwards Jim Short*-Matching Tops
H class comes up with a higher Building Parker's
grade, they have to presentthe Paul's Auto Salvage Supply Inc. BABY GIFTS
Galnes\ute' Most Complete Of.
trophy to the winning ,
We I 114 So. Main GainesvilleMEN'S flee Equipment & Blachine:
Buy Wrecked Cars At
I class. 726 S. }{a 372-4841 store.

InnrYTTTTTTTJTYTYTTtYTIHAMPTON TOP PRICES Gainesville. Fla. Complete Office Planning

- STOREH. Underwood Products
1 All Makes & lUodels'Csed ELECTRIC MOTORS 601 W. University Ave.

.. il' 3 ; I Gainesville 372-1553
Parts M. & Co.
. 1g : .4 Chitty
. 4 By Mri. D. E. Hill Teletype Service-We will find Electric Motor PAINTS

I AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAJHampton any part for yon. Repair Co.OF Curlee Suits Harper Paint Co.

I : : Baptist WMU Phone 37 -(512 'GAINESVILLE: !, INC. Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts I We Stock
met at the church: Tuesday WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG

evening, July 16 for their 1301 S. Main Gainesville COMPLETE ELECTRIC & Underwear SMITH AND

regular meeting with ten MOTOR Stacy Adams XunnBosch DUTCH BOY PAINTS

I present. Mrs. Charles Hicks i SALES AND SERVICE Shoes. I, Painter' Suppflea

presented the program on AUTO TIRESFOR "Distributor of Stetson & Mallory Hats. i 10 S. W. 7th Street '

leadership.Mr. New Lincoln Motors'1 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville GainesvilleROOFIN'G

and Mrs. P. H. Lott THE.BEST IN PHONE 372-831B
I 4 : |I have been spending the last
4 & J RECAPPINGCars 1030 S. M ln. Gainesville
S f '- tS two: weeks in Memphis,'Tenn., MONUMENTS

I raiting with their son-in-law Truck*- Tractors The Helzel Co.
I ? and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. i, FLOOR COVERING I *
I 100% Grade A Cold ,Rubber I ROOFING
W. W. Jacks; and Stewart.. I Gainesville Granite SHEET METAL
Miss.. withtheir
S k, t soninlawand Factory Trained Recapper AIR
. I s S :. $\S 5' tv's & 5' *, 55 daughter Mr. and Mrs. Central Florida Tile & Marble Works pONDITIOXINO
Ted Curtis.Mr. No Job Too Large Or Too Small
- .l' ; English Tire & & Marble Co. i 202 S. E. 4th SL C.lne.-lll.
Mrs. Wesley Griffin \ IEl\1'S
- ', PHONE 372-1491
S S and daughter left Sunday for L 31ARKEBSLettering
. S Stewart, Miss. to be with Mrs.Griffin's .' Recapping Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, & Cleaning I -- 1
I tath?r. Louis Brazeale -
4 ; who suffered a stroke. 1111 S. Main Street Boom Size-Wall to WallS Domestic & Industrial Marble Fuller's
Foto Inc.
Installation & Granite
James Patterson made the
I : trip to Texas last week to attend j Gainesville 372-2197 Armstrong and Kentfle Coffee Tables Counters Central }Florida' Finest

his father's funeral after 1 S Floor Coverings Fireplaces Selection of

I receiving word of his death. I Automatic TransmissionsONE COMPLETE: LINES OF 2135 S. E. 4th St. New & Used Cameras

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck are TILES MARBLE Photographic Equipment A
Gainesville 376-4151
__ S-S \1 completing work on the new :I 1540 Waldo Rd. C'vffle'376-6406 Supplies
5 S I
I addition to their i home Jon i DAY SERVICE Bw.cbJ Finishing
Hihu-ay.221 just outside the I In Before Noon-Out at 5

IMMw45rM S ____ __ city limits. ALL HAKESREPAIR FARM & INDUSTRIAL Motorcycles.SeootersStreit's II 619 W. University .Gainesville

Susan Dyal daughter of Mr. AND EXCHANGE I

0 1 L A. k and Mrs. Horace- Dyal. left !TYPEWRITERS

'Monday: for a week at the Gator Central Tractor Co. Bicycle Shop
Automatic 'Hancock Typewriter
Baptist GA Camp at Camp FCRD TRACTORSFord Cushman & Vespa Scooters I'I

0' the Swanee near Branford. ]!Transmission Service Fanning: Implement' Duratl B. \-Zundapp .I Exchange

I Agricultural Industrial :otorcyc1es--Sa.1t3 & Service I
JW "- Servjce& *Jarta Dept. Victor R. C. Allen ClaryRegna
way you write. Come In and Good Used Equipment Locksmith &Safe Work
K. G. DUNCAN Agent -Sales & Service
Starke Fla. 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.)
4488 N. W. 6th.
seleet jwa favorite ESTER-, Gainesville 8615 W. University Are. 431 N. Main Gainesville
,, j j Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 PHONE 316-5430 ,;t: Gainesville 376-7761 rhODe 3765551TIlURSDAY.

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--- -- THURSDAY. JULY 25. 19&3
YTYYYYYTyYYYTTTYTTTTY! at 730.; Rev. Henry Martin of '! ;
j Carrabelle will te the avenge .
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EVERGREEN i :st. Everyone welcome.Mrs. ...x3
Sam Ingram of Oklahoma .y d.
Rj Airs. Minnie. Redding I City, Okla. ,is visiting' :. 'i,rt, /yc r f
Phone 782-3232 I her brother H. H.. Brice and i lybt y :
family. '

1LLAAAAAALAAAAAAALLUj Robert Griffis of St. Petersburg were The visiting Fischer relatives Gaskins,in family Jacksonville I I I k ( ?> !xI& %

and daughter, Janet, of! last Thursday. I %,! 1, _4_ 4--4: -, ,
Ohio visited Dolph and Dot'I Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mos- :, [ t',
Griffis last Friday. ley and family of .Jacksonville l& !
Mrs. Edgar Strickland of I visited the L. H.. Red-I t !-> yif>- rrldrg/ _
Green Cove ani Mrs. Ken dings and the Otis Brewers 1 !
neth Franklin and children I on Monday. Mrs. Daisy Prin- I \ _

of Palatka spent Tuesday I\ gle returned home with them \.'''... '. -. x r H _
with the 1... H. Reddings II II1r. for a visit. '... { r. ,
: and Mrs. J. C. Pringleof Mr. arvi )Mrs. J. C. Grant y; yr tf K Hy Y
Satsuma were visiting' and Mrs. Calvin Duck of Or- \ : -
laiido are visiting Mr. and :t: '
Dolph and Dot Griffis last '
Saturday +ou.>,,u.,.,..,..James Rosier. STO ALL SIZES ... 5 to 20 LBS..
The Herbert Reddings of I I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Merck- .,. ) 'Attt .
Gieen Cove visited the L. A.I t son and son of Titusville were \;'......>, 1

ur4ay.md L. H. Reddings last Sat- i Dot weekend Griffis.guests of Dolph and '\ <:-};yr',. rfl. $L ( GRADE) p '

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer The L. H. Reddings attended Quantity Rights Reserved t
and family were Sunday din- the sins at Boatdrain Baptist Prices Good Thru July 27th v xu f-' r _
nci guests of the W. J. Saun- Church last Saturday af- I WINN.DIXIE STORES. INC.
ders of Penney Farms. j jAH i tenoon. COPYRIGHT- 1903
church services were I I Mrs. George Guthall and: 1
well attended last Sunday and1'I children of Baltimore: Md. I
the Primaries winning the'I have retuined home after a'''

banner in Sunday School. ) three-week visit with her parents TURKEY
There will be a Revival I| Mr. and. Mrs. Willie Red- 1
Meeting at Evergreen starting dish. While here, they visited 1 1
Aug. 12. Services each night.Marineland.FLORIDA. 1
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