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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1963 NUMBER SIXChampionship
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Board because all jumped 18 t +
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year's prices, Supt. Harmon P. b F
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panies entered bids of 89.1 -- 1

.I cents and another was at 90 From I left CC President Jerome Johns presents resolution to CounciL Development' Authority President Carl Johns speaks in opposition to giving

l r cents. Morgan said the dairy up tract. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Recreation Board member tells of needs for expanded facilities Council Chairman Ruby Johns: (right) listens attentively -
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a companies told the board the
to both groups.
large increase in price was :

caused by increase in costs of

milk from the producer.A At City Council '
{ FfI delegation of school superintendents -
Lawtey CouncilTo
was due in:

I meet with the Florida Milk I Purchase Two Groups Want Site : .
Commission this week, however -I .

Tournament Awards and so the Bradford
I New Police CarFaced
board is awaiting the outcome; ,

Morgan said. Bradford schoolsuse '
Winners of trophies in the night I Approximately 190 flight runnerup.Not around 200 gallons of milk ::
with mounting repair -
Championship Tournament of members and guests attendel in photo are J. D. Sey- daily and the price increase bills on a threeyearoldpolice Held For Industry ,

the Starke Golf & Country this event. mour, 2nd flight runner-up; would amount to $6.480 per car the Lawtey city .

Club are pictured at the a- Front row [1-rl: Dr. H. H. Bill Powell, 4th flight runner- council, at Sits regular meet- .

wards banquet held in the Adams. Most Improved Golfer up; and Carl Lamar Johns year.Three dairies, Suwannee ing Monday night August 5,

club house last Saturday ; Mike Sheppard Sr., 3rd sportsmanship trophy. Valley from Lake City, Well's voted 3-2 to purchase a new Starke's Recreation Board for an industry." -

i flight runner-up; David Sil- Sunny Brook Dairy from Mac- Guardsmen !I ran into stiff opposition from "The council feels an obli- CommissionersSeek

Fogg ElectedTo cox, 4th flight winner; Ver- Clerk Edwards clenny and Foremost entered one.Noegel Auto Sales in Starke the Chamber of Commerceand gation to the Development Authority -

on Silcox, 3rd flight winner the bids. were low bidders on the new Return Sat. Bradford County Develop- that's what the land
Standing [1-rl] X. M. Smith ment Authority Tuesday nightin has been designated for"
Head Fla. For The board did, however accept i car, a Biscayne model Chevrolet $20,000
2nd flight winner; Charlie Qualifies bids totaling $2,810 for I with standard transmission its attempt to secure city Council Chairman Ruby

Credit Union Webb, 1st flight winner; Har- school tables and desks, 'most for $1,479 with the old From CampStarke's owned land previously set for Johns, biggest proponent of a

cld A. Bishop m Club Cham- Third TermCity ly for Southside Elementary.A car accepted as trade. Councilman I, an industrial site. new recreation park, told the For New BridgeWhere ;

pionship and medalist [low dozen tables were bid in at Dave Shuford, Bryant National Guard The two groups offered to group. "But we should all get

Jewett C. (Dan) Fogg of score in qualifying for tour- Clerk Merrill Edwardsthis $28 each, a total of $336; and Reddish, and Chairman Her- unit, 622nd Ordnance Co. help secure a new recreationsite out now and help find some to find $20,000 to

Starke was elected presidentof nament 1; Clyde Terwillegar week became the third in- 300 chairs at $5.18 each came mie ,Kelly voted to purchas GS1] will return to its home however. land for a recreation site" she put a new bridge over New

the Florida Credit Union runner-up in championshipflight cumbent to announce for reelection -I to 1554. Both bids were en- the new car while Council- base Saturday after 15 daysof Delegations from the Cham- River on the Rosier Road in

: and Bobby McRae, 1st in the tered by the Kewton School men Leslie Phililps and Wayne summer field training at ber of Commerce and the De- said.A suggestion to use city- the northwest part of the '

Sept. 10 city Equipment Company of Jack- Massey were against the mea Fort Stewart, Ga., the second velopment Authority appeared owned land south of Alligator county was the topic of the 1

Bullet election. Mayor sonville. The Southeastern sure. largest military reservation in before the Starke city council, Creek [the industrial site is Bradford Commission for two

Injures 1 Randal Machine Company of Mort- "How are we going to pay the U.S. at its regular meeting Tuesday north of the creek] gained hours Tuesday morning as it

s Chitty and gomery Ala. had. the low bid for it?" Councilman Phillips .The 622nd had the distinc- night to protest use of momentum during the meet- met for its regular monthly

Negro WomanA Chief of Po- on 400 desk tops at $2.30 each asked "I still say we need afire tion of being the only outfitin the 28-acres south of the Ed- ing. Recreation Board members session,

convention lice Bill Ros- a total of $920. truck worse than we needa the' Florida' Guard to re-' wards Loop adjacent to the and the city council are The board decided to see

.22 caliber rifle cartridge ser announced police car." port to camp With' 100 per sewer treatment plant for a to investigate the site whichis if the money can come from

swept into a fireplace with last week.Edwards is. 106 ChargedIn "We'll write,a check for it, cent of its personnel-133 en- recreation ,facility. Several now too wet to use for the Secondary Road Funds

trash to be burned was fired completing his County Court like you would anything else" listed_ men, four officers, and members of both organizationsspoke much of anything., City Surveyor : A semi-trailer fell throughthe

by the heat and hit.a 50yearold second two- Councilman Reddish answer four warrant: officers. Credit: to the council saying Merrill McMillan[ said bridge a few weeks ago

Negro. Bessie Lee Foster During JulyThirtyfive was given for the 13 men cur.rently the land.has already been set however he thought the land and area residents have been
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I term in the clerk's off
year
I of..New River in the lefttemple. : --. ed.'I on.active duty training for'Industrial site is too.valu- f.th inconvenienced since then.
League .as first -vice-president which"also includes the dutiesof were "didn't.think the city had ; souther;! .> .creek can be
and ,as & member of--the '" ._ tax collector, tax" assessor; persons that muclr-money.*.' Phillips elsewhere., i able to ,be used for-anythlng drained for use since Alligator Tne'aging bridge was due to ,
to SheriffA. charged with unlawful speedin the largest numberof else and Is'right next to Creek be rebuilt several
board of directors. According Deputy treasurer, and supervisor of replied. This is ,. city is now more effic- years ago
With 365,000 members and E. Brown Jr. the bullet did registration for the city. Bradford County during The city's got money and personnel that the local utilities which any industrywill ient.Rec. when the board sold revenue

assets in. excess of 170 million not penetrate''' the woman's Deadline for the month of July accordingto if we stay With'our-heads together Guard unit has ever had attending need. Board Member Merritt bonds totaling $1,750,000 against -

dollars Florida's 565 credit head but ploughed under the qualifying as a County Court records which well always have camp. It is -also'th Development A u t h o.r ity Williams Starke insuranceman the county's 5th and

unions play an important role scalp. The victim was still in candidate for city office is showed a total case load of some" Reddish told him: first time that the Florida Member Carl Johns Sr., owner told the group. ,"Thereis 6th 'cent gasoline tax, but because -

in the state's economy. the Bradford County Hospital Tuesday, Aug. 20,. and the 106 last month. "We can buy it tine polic'ecar ,Guard has attended camp; as of the _Starke Builder's a dire need of a large tract Union County did not

Tuesday. deadline for registering to voteis Thirteen persons were char- ] and work'it into our next a unit. Prior to the recent reorganization Supply told the council, "No- of' .land [approximately .20 have its. share of the money

\ No Woods Fires Brown said he found six Aug. 24. ged with passing worthless budget but well' come up on parts of the body is working ,against' anybody 'acres) to develop for a recreation ,available then the project was

other unfired cartridges still Also to be elected in September checks, nine with violatingthe the short end of it," Councilman Florida Guard trained with we need both, industryand ,facility. Our cause is dropped.The .
Again This Week are two members of the charter of the Railroad Dave Shuford interjected out-of-state divisions.A recreation' in Starke." the same as that of the Bradford board mem-
in the fireplace when he made Council. Chairman Ruby Johns, and Public Utilities Commission "But it's either that or bers thought this county's
series of photographs He said, however, that if the chamber and the authority.
Another week free from his Investigation He termedthe and member J. D. Doyle, whose eight for having no dri quit." showing the local Guardsmenin industrial site is moved away Industry will bring more peo- $20,000 for the bridge was

woods fires was reported by injury strictly accidentalbut terms expire in September, ver's license and disturbingthe The old police car has approximately training and taken by The from the sewer treatment ple to Starke and industry still available. but found out

the Florida Forest Service said the woman los .a lot have not yet announced for re- peace, five with'wilful and 53,000 miles on it, Telegraph at Fort Stewart plant it would cost the city looks for towns with recrea- in a report from the State
headquarters in Brad ford but said the woman lost a lot wanton reckless driving, four
election.A and according to an estimate will appear in next week's paper more to put utilities in thanit tional facilities." Road Department that it is
County. Since Jan. 1 therehave with voluntary intoxication,
new feature will be addedto from a garage in Macclenny would to buy land for a "The not. The county overspent,
Recreation Board already -
been 75 fires with 507.8 and three with having no
Social
SecurityA to put it the bond issue
the City Election this year- it would cost $452 recreation site. He suggestedthat for right-of-
has a very comprehensive -
acres burned. During the same fishing license and driving
there will be a second primaryin into running condition. The residents can donate way on U.S. 301 north and
period last year there were representative of the while intoxicated.Two to Placement TestsSenior long range program plan-
unable
all races where the high marshall has been to buy a recreation south and several roads and
money ned, Williams said "Only
157 fires with 1349.5 acres Gainesville Social Security office man does not receive a clear persons were charged use it in recent weeks.In placement tests for bridges, by $128,000.

burned. I is in Starke at the De- majority over all others in his with each of the following offenses other action the council college entrance are scheduledfor site."If hold-up is a site for the pro- Using the county's secondary -
we have to use our $50- gram and funds to start build
Rainfall during the weekending on September. 10. Here- : grand larceny, forgery heard budget request from road funds the board paid
group a school
partment of Public Welfare I October 30 this 000 to buy land for an indus- ings."
i Monday was reportedas tofore, the high man in each and uttering a forgery, assault the Recreation Board which Counselor back the $128,000.; but the
office at 9:30: ajn. each Fri- term, Guidance trial site, we are fighting a
follows: New River tower,, and battery and running a : According to Surveyor Mc-
group was declared the victor, funds for the bridge had,
asked an increase of $150 over announced.The "
4.08 in.: Santa Fe, 1.8 in.: day. All persons with social but the 1963 Legislature changed stop sign. Della Rosenberg i lost cause, Johns told the Millan the Armory Board and gone into other projects.
Highland .6 In.Correction. security: business are invitedto the law to provide for a Single offenses were removal the $200 it received from the University of Florida group, "Then we would haveno the sewage treatment plant
will Looking for funds available
the tests
sets the month to erect buildings
call at that time. second primary. (Continued on Page Four) money take up 19 acres on the north
however the board
now found
[Continued on Page 4] be given. side of Alligator Creek, leav- ,
the county has $308,000 in
ing 28 acres which can still
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the secondary road fund for
In previously published be used for an industrial site. '

article Lawtey a concerning the Telegraph the Townof stat ,i Prisoners As Good Farmers, Save State Moneyprison ident Chamber Jerome of Johns Commerce also spokein Pres- urgently the 1963-64 SRD and if needed the decided bridge now.to project can ask be,

ed the town marshall will favor of saving the site for financed with these funds
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henceforth be appointed by farm's success could be industrial use. Both he and
the mayor.A By raising all the meat and plant for curing and storage of cows produces 90,000 gallonsof Conner told the visitors. "We i for training and growing of supplyof According to discussion at
attributed to the large Johns presented prepared resolutions -
law passed during the recent 80 per cent of the vegetables beef and pork and for making milk annually. This takes i produce about 80 per cent .)f plants for the prison. "free labor. But he also to the councilIn the meeting, the bridge is
session of the legislature they eat, inmates at the State sausage, hotdogs and bologna. care of the prison's need, the vegetables we use." he Conner said the objective of Flor- needed now even though the
of
Prison at Raiford the prison farm is to save, praised the University other action at the meet- $308.000 will not be
actually states that the marshall eat on 60 Produced 285,840 pounds of Conner said."About nearly
which
will be appointed by the cents per day a group of St. pork during the past year I all we have to buy said.The prison also grows muchof not to make money. "None of ida Extension Service in ing the council voted unani-

mayor but with the approva? Johns County farmers and which was ample to feed thee' are a few vegetables, wheat, the feed consumed by the our farm products are sold has worked with the prison and mously on a motion by Coun- [Continued on Page 41

of the city council and then Bradford County George Hug- prison's 3,200 population. cereal, and other items that I I cattle and hogs. It also operates on the open market," he said. improving pastures UP- cilman Orie Wiggins to give

the people by referendum in gins learned last week. Produced 307.649 pounds of cannot be grown on the farm," I a school of horticulture i Conner said much of the grading cattle and sine pay hikes of $5 per week to
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election each De- The St. Johns delegation, beef from .a total herd of ...... .,.., Farmer Loses
the city Assistant Fire Chief Harold
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cember. composed of members of the 1.853 cattle which is being .. < .7i \ c- a
Agricultural Committee of the' constantly upgraded through ,:: .' ; :: .:X'ir' Civil Service Glasgow and Fireman Elden $7,000 In Fire;
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St. Augustine-St. Johns County purchase of purebred Angus ;

Sub-district 2 Chamber of Commerce saw bulls. Jobs OpenA letter from the Library Tobacco BurnsFire

how the State of Florida puts Slaughtered 130,857 pounds '- Board Member Evelyn Ritch
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sound farm practices to workin of chickens and 2,000 pounds
A
SoftballTournament t Civil Service Com- asked the city to include $2- caused local farmer
I xit US. a ,
keeping the cost of its population of turkeys raised on the farm 4
e is an- 500 in its budget for the J. B. Whitehead
to a minimum.The for the institution's menu. I C' 1 ra : mission examination new a $7.000 loss
26 men making the Some of the visitors also nounced for the positions of Bradford County Library. The in cured tobacco and farm

trip to the state prison last were surprised to' learn that Y Ft A Clerk GS-l. 2, .and. 3. The Utilities at the new location on equipment early Tuesday Au-
used to fill vacancies gust 8 to the Brad-
exam will be : according
Mon., Tues., Wed. Tuesday. July 30, were guests' the prison derived an income 1 e Walnut Street are higher than
all Federal agen- ford Sheriffs
I of Lucian Conner, brother of last year of $135,000 from sale I in : County Depart-
Aug. 12, 13, 14 I Agriculture C o m m i s sioner i! of timber and timber products gi cies in Bradford, Baker Clay, expected, Mrs. Ritch explained. ment.
and several other counties. An old house on White-
Doyle Conner and manager of which comprise a large por- 1
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7 P.M.-9 P.M. II the 16,000 acre prison farm. tion of the 16,000 acres. Starting salaries range from I The city is already paying head's farm in the Whitehead

I Besides viewing the farm's Conner said the money goes ,_ I $62 to $73 per week.' $100 per month for rent for section approximately 10 miles

STARKESoftball I timber, cattle corn and swine 1 into the state's industrial 1. :!1 I The Commission has lower- the library. west of Starke on 8-235, used
limit to 16 for high
I the delegation also inspected trust fund and is not used in ed the age to store cured tobacco and as

Field I the new minimum security paying the cost of feeding pri I4Irr ::11. school graduates who other- The council took no action a shed for a tractor and other

prison. soners. R9 wise meet examination re- when told by City Clerk Merrill equipment, had already burn

The group also feasted on a The prison also produces a- 1 4 quirements. Edwards that residents ed to the ground early Tues-

This Space Contributed dinner that included pickles round 20,000 gallons of sirup 4S J I Interested persons may obtain have been complaining about day morning ,when the family
pepper, a salad string beans, annually from cane which is woke and saw the smoke.
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the lack of street
A application forms and Information signs espec- .
Weekly to Publicize butter beans corn ham rolls ground at a mill on the farm. Tobacco In the bufldinir.

bread butter and coconut The poultry farm supplies I 21-___-_ ___-:.,_ ___-_. -_ ._______-_ _-_-_ at any post office. ially In the outlying areas of which was to have been sold
Community Events by I I cream pie. All the food except j enough eggs as well as meat. I Applications should be filed the city. Edwards said that the next day. was valued at

the bread and dessert was I; to take care of the prison's I,; A Good Day's Catch with the Examiner-in-Charge, residents are not familiar withma.ny $5,000 and a tractor and other

The CommunityState produced at the prison. The need. Conner said prisonersget equipment was valued at $2-
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}I Lloyd Johnson (left), D. W. Griffis!, and, Jimmy. Ricks, all of Starke are pictured witha Board of U. S. Civil Service...; of the newly designated
guests learned during the tour chicken at least once and 000. The sheriffs department
Bank : fine day's catch of fish 'off St. Augustine one day last week. Johnson landed the 6 ft, Examiners Main Post Office streets on the outskirts of the
; that the prison sometimes twice a week. said Whitehead had some Insurance -
8J4 in. sail fish. Also included in the catch were S3 King Mackerel, and 11 Bonita. Jacksonville Fla. .city. .
: Has its own cold storage The dairy: farm, with 266 ,' .-' ._ ,-( '. -- '--'-- --- on the barn.

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l'GEo. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK.. FLORIDA TIItF SDAY.. AFfiFST S.. IMS
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Mrs. C. I> Scholl and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner'!, Mrs. F. H. Evans of Miami,I Mrs. J. A. Scanlan ant i Universe Pageant has askedto H. L. 61 ents, for several years before
Ethel Lowell have moved from and children of Orlando spent] and Mrs. L. L. Roane of children have returned to their join me in expressing to Gray, moving to Gainesville 51 years

N. Temple Avenue to 3104 Tuesday and Wednesday with I Gainesville were visiting their I home at Vent Hill Farms, Va. I j, you our sincere appreciation'(!' ago. He had served as Alachua

c I Bradford street, S a r atoga their parents, Mr. and Mrs.1 mother and sister, Mrs.. John after two months visit with: i for the excellent manner in.,Gainesville I I County Attorney since 1936

II Heights. I Barney McRae and Mr. and' Love Wilkes, on Wednesday. I'. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr, and j which entertained the i I \: except for a leave of absence
Local admittances to Bradford I Mrs. Leon Conn !'. j Attending a family reunion' family.. i you Lawyer Passes \i
| during World War II. Ha issurvived
Universe contestants
) Miss on
i I' County Hospital this Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register; at the home of Mr. and :Mrs.i Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. ': ;,i I II i ii I II
1 I his wife
GLADYS HOOT'fPDQ.VE tM-oMl by and two
---- week include: Mrs. Irene of Tallahassee spent the week- W; M. Lawson in Aubumdale Blaisdell Jr. and family are; a recent visit to your city. I i Henry L. Gray. 61. prominent
and Mrs.
Karen1 I sons, a sister. Don-
Brooks. Mike Gilhooly. end with his mother Mrs. on Sunday were the M. hi j moving back to their home in :; "Certainly nowhere was the Gainesville attorney, and' aid Morrison of. Gainpsvillei
Mrs. Lavelle Pomerleau of Mrs. H. B. McLendon: of Gail Green, Mrs. Lillie Crosby,: Annie Register. Lawsons, J. T. Lawsons, EwellLawsons. I Okeechobee nert week. Mr.: Your lun- at one time a resident of |
Fort Lauderdale spent several Orlando is spending the week- and Mrs. Laura Goolsby of !i Mrs. Lenora Waddell oi\\ and H. A. Lawson Blaisdell will assure the position cordiality greater. Starke, died in his sleep, ap- |i!i Funeral services were held

'days last-week with Mr and':' end with her brother and sis- Starke; John Boyd of Lake1,I Tampa is visiting her sister,j and families. I' of guidance and assis-,, cheon was not only excellent,i'i I parently from a heart attack, j'i:'i I at 4 pjn. Tuesday in the First

Mrs. ,G. A. Gay. On Fridaythe ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. E. L- .1 Butler; Natalie and Arthur!: Mrs. Henry O'Hara this week'j Mrs. Charley E. Johns and t! tant to the principal at the : but handled in a much better at his home in Gainesville Presbyterian Church, Gamesi -

Gays and their guest visit- : Matthews at Kingsley Lake. i; Quicksall of Brooker; Corbett I H, L. Speer is home after I grandson, Philip Johns re-! Okeechobee high school, and manner than anywhere we !': earlv Mondav. i JI |I I Ii ville.

in ed.Mr. and Park.Mrs. N. P. Rogers j Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining Terrell Mrs. Ella of Tatum Keystone of Heights Lawtey.; being a patient in the Lake I turned Sunday from two I Mrs. Blaisdell will teach En stopped. Indeed your group ;is i I I He was born In Waycross, j j I II !,i,

Mrs.Orange Edward Burns attended -i* and children of Deland were I i I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch City VA hospital for the past I months in Glenville. N. C. Sen.'j glish.Mrs. to be thanked and congratulated Ga. on .Sept 26, 1901 and,: Cash Paid for Good, Clean'

the staff meeting of the Sunday evening dinner guestsof have moved back to town four months. His daughter j Johns was with them part of j Hildabelle Bence of I ." lived in Starke. with his par- I I Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. I Mrs. E. P. Boland and childi i the time. Sen. Jolw also Jacksonville _is visiting ,her I] to
.. Santa Fe Regional Library in from the Walton cottage on : I Cotton. Bring Telegraph.
Gainesville Wednesday Mrs. Judy Edwards has been Kingsley Lake Mr, and :Mrs.1,: ren of Athens, Ga. will arrive I spent Tuesday to T1ri! day in sister, Mrs. Etta Hoover this I II'f ,
morn-
added to the Wall Insurance Sunday to spend two weeks week. I
I! W. M. Walton of Pompano I Ii Washington, D. C. on business.;
ing.Mr. I Agency office staff. i with her parents while her '
and Mrs. Johnny Kope- 1 Beach will spend the remain- I Mrs. Louise Jeffords of High The Complete Back-to-School Look
husband is at Reserve I'I'I
-: loUsos and daughter of Birmingham -\ Mr. and Mrs. K. S. SmithJr. I der of August at their cot- camp I Springs spent the first of_the UF Degrees
I at Fort Benning.Mr.
have moved to New Or- -
I to a A week with Mr. ana Mrs. I 1
; Ala. are spending -
three weeks at their cottageon leans. 1 Bobby; Dortch of Starke andI I and Mrs. Marshall George Hugglrs ,i Are AwardedThe '3 Dressed "just rignt" for every in-school, I

Kingsley Lake. !I Mike Smith is visiting his I Lamar Johnson of Lawtey were Sides and daughters of Jack- Mr. and Mr?. R. A. Green) I
I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.: \ sonville spent Sunday through out-school event We've everything
Mrs. G. P. Eichler and < admitted to Doctor's Hospital 'and family of Tavares were i I
daughter of New York, and. Jerry Bolden in Opalockathis this week. I Monday with Mrs. Sides' par- weekend ,guests o! Mr and ; has announced University 11 of candidatesfor Florida scHOOi. but the Principal.

= Miss' Glenda Brown of Miami week. \ Mrs. Jim Reddish, Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wildes Mrs. R. R. Hutchiui: ;. firs J.j, degrees from Starke and
; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Watson of the State Farm. H. Eustts was a
their Mr.
JU are visiting parents Randal Chitty, Mrs. Drew ;Hpotentpl I
surrounding area following'
":'" and Mrs. A. C. Brown, for twoweeks. of Daytona Beach art spending -\ Reddish, and Mrs. H. M. Hat- James Rosier of Evergreen guest of the H t.hir.ss the I completion of Term B of the Betty's T 01 Shoppe
and J. G.
..., j Wednesday and Thursdaywith cher spent the weekend in Sa- and John Waters past two weekj. I II third trimester this Saturday.
I visited
Mrs.! Owen Vaughn was in i Mr. and Mrs. L- C. Ad- j vannah. Ga. and visited their''' Morris of Dunnellon Rev. and Mr:;. John, : R.j I I This marks the end of the I.
Tampa last: week as the guestof ams at Bedford Lake. | husbands at the National i Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hongh on Brabham ars spending the University's first academic E. Call Street 1y. I

Mr. and Mrs.,Claude Moore'' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slade! Guard Camp at Fort Stewart.: Saturday.Mrs. first week :3f their vaC.ltiolll, year unier the trimester sys- :- _-- USE OUR LAYAWAYA -
and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rive. Jr. and sons of Jacksonvilleare !I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rathel Henrietta Hunt, Mrs.C. in St. Augusme. Mr. Brab tem. I

Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger has spending this week at the and children of Hebron D. Wliliams, and llrs. ham will preach in the First Starke- James C. Hobbs I, Small"Down Payment Holds Your Choice

been added to the Sher f'3' Slade cottage on Kingsle r Md. arrived Sunday for a two Irene Johns are spending two Methodist Church there this i! Jr, BEE; Priscilla L. Nichols,: I I
office staff in the court house. 'Lake.I weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs- weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sunday.Dr. i
BAE; Robert Franklin Ritch.
Bonnie Francis & Her
Drew Reddish. Beck in Hendersonville, N. C. S MajestyPanties t
I and Mrs. Barney Mc- BSJ; Walter E. Sistrunk, M- Dresses
The Pvt. William C. Powell Jr. Mrs. Blanche Englander and Rae and family of Lake City..I. ED; Jose Ariel Siiarez, BME; J f
Announcing OpeningMcCRARY'S of Fort Gordon, Ga. has arrived family of Fort Lauderdale and and Mr. and Mrs. Cary Naz- I Thelma V. Thornton, BAE. .
in Korea for 13 months Mrs. D. J. Clark of Jackson- worth of Jacksonville were RaifordNancy Lee Bates,'I by Kate Greenaway Slips j
further duty. ville were Thursday to Sun- and Cinderella I _
visiting their parents here on MED; Charles A. Osborne,
Mrs. Beulah Saxon of Rich- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
SOLIDS
PLAIDS PRINTS Sizes i to 11
Sunday.
BCE; Myra Lou Rahn BAE. Sizes
mond. Va. is visiting her sister L. D. Green. They all visitedMr. and 4 to 14 i
I I Mrs. Sherroi Hamilton Keystone Heights Ray In Easy to Care for Fabrics
Mrs. Bertha Pearce for and Mrs. Cecil Dees in
I sons are visiting her parents. i

GROCERY & SEA FOOD I i several t: weeks. Mayo Chase summer on Saturday.Hardy with is his spendingthe uncle Mr.Winder and Ga.Mrs.this E. E.week.Jackson hi j I i I Horner Horne HamptonJames Jr.Renfro BEE.jJaycees MED. Wagner, $ .98 .. $$5.9 7too r $2.00 Et"I: I I

----- Misses Faye Ann Bagwelland i to
IIWY. 16 COR. WALNUT & BROWNLEE and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Bunky Soto have returned Praised i Sizes 3 to 6x 7 to 14 i
Stokes at Crescent Beach. i I
reputationI from a month's visits with I f
a M
i I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Faye's grandparents, Mr. and,For Staging Boy's Billy The Kid

specializingSEA I by ,I W. Hayes at Kingsley Lake Mrs. O. S. Dixon, in Nash- Beauty Luncheon Boys and GirlsSOCKS I
the past week included Mrs. ville, Tenn. !

IN quality aids I Louise Rhodes and son of Mi- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hagan I The Starke Jaycees were Western Jeans $2.98
ami, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson : by Le Roi
and family of Arlington, Va. i praised this week for the suc-
& fine service Hayes and daughter of' El spent the first of the wee: cessful luncheon staged for Slims Regular's'i i

Paso Texas. Mrs. Jose Alva- with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie contestants in the Miss Universe i
FOODWe rez of New York and :MarthaJo Cowen. contest when they stop- Boys' Short Sleeve Boys and Girls

Dees of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter ped on their way to Miami.

AtcuwHEARING Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullinof entertained 30 guests at a; In a letter to Dr. Harry Cotton Shirts SHORT SETS

Columbus, Ga. were guests party at their home Saturday:; Gruen chairman of the luncheon -

Arc Equipped To Dress Your Order last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. evening. | Traugott Kern, executive i a

t i I AIDS F. Glenn. The Glenns also I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hersh-i vice president of the U. 0
25 OFF!
e had as Thursday visitors Mr. $1.69 to $1.98
berger and Mr. and Mrs. James S. 301 Highway Assn., said:
ME.\ T. V. DUCK, JR. and Mrs. Edwin Glenn of Ma- "Herbert K. Landon. public .
I Hershberger and childrenare
Complete Line of Groceries A Hearing Aid Consultant con, Ga. relations director of the Miss I
spending this week with
_n.__.______.
From MrsG.. E. McGauley of Pa- Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett. ''5- -

latka spent the past week with; David Cowen spent the past
MILKIn Mr. and Charles Hard .f <
FOREMOST, MAICO HEARING Mrs. :! 1 week with Mr. and Mrs. M- L. DENMARK'S
Miss Nancy Walker of At- Johns and family at New Riv-
Gallons and Half Gallons SERVICE lanta arrived Monday t 0 er.
r
spend the week with Miss Vida __
Mrs Howe Moredock of
Jacksonville: FTa. will give Jean Gentry. '" :'fCoalfablestMrs'Joe'Yilson.; : .
: FOREMOST ICE CREAM ; : Remodelling L :
FREE-hearing tests and demonstrations Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J. and Mrs. Edward Burns of +

Friday,,. Aug. 9, at Houpt will return from Phoenix -:, Starke spent the weekend at
: Ariz. Friday where they
Koch's StoreLStarke [ Kingsley Lake."Wayne .
Drug
have been attending the An-
1\Jr. and Mrs. van McCrary ; Sapp and Percy
WE'RE
KNOCKING THE
,
FJa. ,
nual -
Meeting and Teaching
: Moody: spent the weekend at
Former Operators of Coney' Island JI i Seminar of the American Academy -i Daytona'Beach.. -

WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS of Osteopathic Sur- I Mr and Mrs. Guy Edwardsof WALLS OUT-WE NEED tIJ jjA"o' -

0 f I geons. I Jacksonville and Mr and -
-I ,
.. --. -.- Mrs. E. P. Renner is' snend- I Mrs. Leo Edwards of Fernan-. MORE SPACE!

i ing this week at the HolidayInn !I dina Beach ,were guests during -
in Pensacola with Mr.! the" weekend' of Mr. and!
CHECK THESE PRICES Then Come See The
.. Rrnner who is assigned therewith : :Mrs David ..Browning.Dr. Quality
I the Independent Life i I Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Ewing

J Lighten your Insurance Miss Christa Co. Kiblboeck of I,I with of Sarasota Mrs. Emma spent Badman,the weekend and! Of The Merchandise. Buy It Now At Denmark s & Save!


: meal-making chore Munich. Germany is .visiting Mrs. Pat Cauffman. .
her uncle and aunt Capt. and Attending the Shady Grove
I'I 1 Only-90" Early American
Mrs. Lawrence Erhard. In the Youth camp at Center Hill I Only-Armless Sofa Bed Regular -
,. i ...SAVE TRIPS TO THE STOREpr.v fall, she will return home to!{I I' this week are: Martha Susan $$4995 Sofa Extra High Back. Reg;, $$17 995

complete her college educa- I Ritch, Mar, Martha, and 59.95 - NOW : $219.95 - NOW :
tion at the Agriculture State II i Marilyn Bollinger. Julia Alva-

.. = ,_ Institute Mrs. Effie of Munich.Johns had as I I rez.Conner Elaine, Alice Whitehead Edwards,, Lucile Linda 3-Full Sized Sofa Beds; Sleeps $$5095 Wrought Iron Gossip .Bench: $$1195Pole

1. i i guest last Saturday Mrs., Hal., Sue Thomas, Lynn Dixon, Regular $69.95 NOW Reg. 514.95 - NOW ,
j Smith of Auburndale. i i Ronnie Thomas, Dale Brown,

.. I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Douglas Conner, Donald Car-
Atlanta, and Ponte Vedra Meathof ,,,, ter, Bob Reaves, Mike Maruca, 3-2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suites. Sofa Pole Lamps-Black, While or. $$695

." a3aa and Mrs. Albert Williams of I[ Leo Thomas Gene Cogdill. & Matching Lounge Chair Regular $$9995 Sand. Reg. $9.95 NOW 0
4 dwfw Connie
Thornton
Macon. Ga. were Saturday f Kathy My- $119.95 - NOW ,
1 ki rick, and Levenia .
I luncheon guests of Mr. and)I Reames.
1 Only-9-Pc. Early American ,
\ Mrs. Roy Dewberry. I I!I I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and 1 Only-2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite. Dining. Room Suit rable 6
'I Mrs. Daisy Perryman had as $ Q95
Mrs. M. D. Carter Mrs. Sunday dinner $1 0995 Chairs, Buffet & Hutch. Reg. $$7 '

". Freeman Johns and Mrs. Ef guests, Mr. Vinyl Cover. Reg. $J.t9,95 NOW $259.95 - NOSY .,
and Mrs. A. M. : ,
A i .a s4a1. fie Johns, attended a birthday! Moore of .
dinner in honor of Henry j Blackshear Ga., Mr. and Mrs. 1 Only-Kroehler Bedroom
." Carter in Maxville i!(Jimmy Davis and children of 3 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suites
on Sunday. Nylon
ai Merchon Ga., Mr. and Mrs. $13995 Suite-Double Dresser, Mirror\ 995
i + Mr.: and Mrs: J. L. Gentry,
had as guests this week their I'| Ronnie Alton of Waycross. Covers, Reg. $189.95 NOW Chest, Bed. Reg. $269.95 NOW I Jar. 'i _
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
granddaughter Miss Betty! Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Only-French Provincial Bedroom -
2 Only i-Pc. Sectional Sofas.
Gentry, and Miss Lois Gettyof -
Tommy Johns and son of Suite--Double
Savannah, Ga. i All Foam Cushions. Regular $$16995 $
Jacksonville.Mr. Mirror, Chest, Bed, Nite S! .$24995
Mr. and [
$ Mrs. L. M. Wildes $219.95 NOW
- -
and Reg. $299.95
$ Mrs. S. G. DenMark - ,
of the State Farm returned; _
:d last visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
Saturday from Memphis,! E. Thomas Bed. Full 3 Modern Bedroom
in Crescent Cityon 1 Only-Hide-Away

.. -kr 4"Yyy,4lr Tenn.son and where daughter-in-law they visited ,their Mr.I' Sunday. Size Innerspring Mattress. Reg. $$14995 Walnut pr Sea .Mist Suites-$9995$

.. z x i I and Mrs. Bill Wesley for a Mr and Mrs. Robbie Shal- $179.95 _ NOW Dresser, Mirror, Chest
I 1 week ''They recently returned ler, Mrs. Nancy Gunter andMr. Reg. $129.95. -;-, _

II from Washington D. C.. and j and Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger ,

: Time to change to a modern 2-ln-t I Hyattsville. Md. visiting their were fishing at St. Augus- Early American Swivel Rockers. Modern Bedroom Suiles-p-Wal-
f
: ELECTRIC, EfIOEATQR-FREEZER.: 'supermarket in kitchen.' I two sons and families. Mr. I!t tine on Sunday. All Foam Cushions& Back. Nylon $-1995 nut or Champagne-Double $
I your f
and Mrs. Tommy Wildes and[ Mrs. T. D. Dyal had as visitors Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Bed- $8995
e:! A double-duty food center Mat's roomier inside yet takes less floor space. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilde i:'1 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Covers. Reg. $109.95 NOW Reg. 99.95 NOW '

On the way back they v1.tel Dyal of Brooker on Friday

: DOUBLE-DOCH STORAGE adjustable freezer section. You another son, Charles Wildes,, and Mrs. Marie McDavid and Only 1 Set Double Bed Mattress
stock
.: "halt. $=-They, .-hold all the frOien and "special sale" i tams..can save money.up on in Augusta, Ga. I.I Mrs.of Anne Gainesville Taylor and on Sunday.daughter 1 Only-Early American. Sofa $$18995! and Boxspring. Reg. SI59.Op a$$1. I 900

; fresh foods a I large family: needs. Every- Capt. and Mrs. Gary Dicken i j' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sims & Chair. Reg. $219.95NOW' '- -- NOW ,

thing st.yooz SrgertipB.PLENTY NO DEFROSTING-Many new models are and son of Sherman, Texas and children of Buchanan

: frost-free or self-defrosting. No scrap- spent the first of the week I I Ga. were Thursday to Tues- 1 Only-Early American Sofa Only 1 Set Double Bed Mattress

Of IE I CUBES You'll never lug, chipping, or mopping.run with Mrs. W. H. Hart and: day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. All Foam Seat & Back. Reg. $$16995 and Boxspring. Reg: $89. 0 $$5900
family. j
run short Afore space and fast ample ,I T. Edge. NOW .
$199.95-
NOW
-
the modern Electric Refrzgeratorropply Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins! T-------
I ..i: Y i Mrs. Gene Shaw has been
: Freezers and separate F1Yezerswith special and family were at Crescent j added to Judge T. A.,Tawn's

: WORE FOOD SACE ?. New models are new features and a variety of colors Beach Sunday afternoon. I office staff in the court house. l

y: bigger-inside, smaller outside Larger at Jour appliance dealer. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews I Judy Kreider of Palmyra. I FREE DELIVERY t'ft's A Fact You Can Do Better At" FREE DELIVERY]1

1 .- .. attended a family reunion at Pa. is spending this month

the home of Mr. and Mrs., with her uncle and aunt Mr.
Virgil Mathews at Jacksonville and Mrs. Fred
Grandon, and
; khlt .c IfllllrPIFSS.. + Lt<< Beach Sunday! It was' family at Kingsley Lake. .

1 'CHUI"If. 001 -. 0ttY'.j..trs also a going-away party for |: Arlen Bias will join the Air
Denmark Furnit Co. Of StarkeJ

: FLORIDA ROWER. & LIGHT' COMPANY Mr.former and Stark Mis. Lowell residents Mathews 110I,.; on Force Aug.in.,SaIl 16. Antonio Sonny Bias Tens is re y ,
HtlHH: tltlld fLOIfIQ" I
a -- are moving to Seattle. Wash.)I serving two' years the iI
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on Aug. 15. Army in Germany. 1-




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Miss Judy Haislop r rI ___ w Nancy Bates T Elks 'PurchaseScholl had few complaints. I the work of the crewman.

I II I 1 11f&zri The speaker"was introduced I Cull trees are removed by
II Is Honored With BrideElectFeted Home .
I by Neil Tucker who :had the use of. tree poisons orsilvicides.
I
I I Bridal Shower : At Luncheon For Clubhouse charge of the program, applied with special

i injection type tools. There is

I The educational building of Miss Nancy Bates, bride- Starke Elks Lodge No. 1802 Forest Service : n no danger to livestock or wild-

I- GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-Ottl<< the Pine Level Baptist Churchwas 1 $ elect of" August 24, was the has purchased the C. L. Scholl Crews AvailableTo f life through the proper use of

,- the setting for a beautiful ;' ..,' inspiration for a lovely bridal home on U.s. 301, North for \ these chemicals.

miscellaneous shower Friday luncheon given Saturday:: af-j use as a permanent home for Assist, FarmersFlorida I Landowners and timber

Charlene HardyBrideElect II -z' evening honoring Miss Judy tern on by Mrs. A. J. Griggsof the lodge. Plans are being 1 1r i who authorize tree
growers
& ___ Haislop. prospective bride of r3'i Cocoa, and Mrs. T. C. made for construction of a. r Forest Service Crews i iI '

1'1 August 24.Hostesses. I' Stallings .Sr. at the home of 40x50 ft. lodge room additionat I -when not actually engaged' improvement work may bs: elIgible -

Is Complimented I.. -_ ,. were Mrs. Owen the latter in Waldo. j an estimated cost of $5,000- in the urgent work of fighting i J fnr cost-sharing pay-

'.1'I r-I Alvarez. Mrs. Wayne Douglas, .' .._. '4,. Mixed summer flowers in Lwt The deed was made from forest fires- will be'available "j ments by the Agricultural Sta-
'
Miss' Charlene I
Hardy popu- : r pastel shades were used to ad- Mrs. C. L. Scholl to Titus Olson to help Florida. landowners ? bilization and Conservation
Mrs. Lucian Conner, Mrs.
I lar bride-elect at a lovely was complimented lingerie- E4 ;_ Freddie Watterson, Mrs. Sid- d' vantage highlighting points Inman Green, L. M. Gaines ;, improve their- timber. stands.: I Service.

shower Tuesday evening at' ; 4 ney Jackson. Mrs. Jimmy Red- of interest in the,party rooms. and E. A. Winkler as While forest fire protection !

the home of Mrs. Robert A. dish, Mrs. Blain Thompson, The table in 'the dining room trustees of the lodge. Purchase : is one vital key to increasing: i
,:I_ McRae Mrs. Paul I was covered with an embroidered price as indicated by documentary -: production and commercial return -: THOSE HORRID -
Green Jr.. 323 N. Walnut Mrs. Benny *
,__. Faulkner, Mrs. Roman Alvarez linen cloth and centered 'stamps, was $17,000. from Florida forests improvement :-i
[
Street. Hostesses Mrs. .
were k___ -r1; Misses .' by an arrangement of gladioli The lodge will meet for the I, of the stand by thj!I II AGE SPOTS
i and Sue Jackson
Green, Mrs. Willis Chesser, ,
k and mums in an antique cut- !, first time in its new home !1 landowner is of major .importance -!
and Misses Carol McRae, Don- :: and Linda Sue Thomas. . ,. ', : :
i '
glass bowL Flanking the'Rr..- for the regular meeting on also.
na Sweat, and Barbara Green. ; Guests were greeted at the : i Smith j
rangement'el'e silver candleholders : Carolyn i Sept. 2.Dwight. For instance pines'cannot
An attractive pink ani door by Mrs. Watterson and ,Sandra Thomas with pink candles to Mr. Estabrook Eighmey, 1st vice :: do their market best if low
I I :
Mrs. Jackson and presented to
white color motif was used in carry out a pink and white '
And Mr. Flannagan president of Florida Elks, paid .i quality cull trees'are sapping
I the party decorations and in : the receiving line composed J theme. Engagement Told his official visit to the lodge; away moisture, sunlight, 'and .\
of the honoree, her mother, ,United In
i
Marriage '
the flower arrangements of I 'Before luncheon. Miss Susan Monday night, when a buffet nutriment. Inferior, nori-mer-: .
and Mrs. Fred Haislop. and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Smith -
carnations
I -
pompoms 'chantable trees should be removed
served to membersand -
Stallings presented Miss supper was : f
snapdragons. The tea table L. Griggs mother of the Miss Sandra Faye Thomas, : of Starke announce the engagement I __ ,
from the commercial
covered with a handsome the prospective groom. daughter of Mr. and'11[$. Harley I Bates with a gold fly swatter I I and approaching guests. | _
was ; Robbins .- edged with pink velvet ribbon 1 1I i stand. releasing the des1rabI* FADE THEMOUTI,1Weathered "
hand-crocheted cloth and centered i The educational building F. Thomas Warner 1 : marriage of their daughter, '
[ and valuable trees for more brown spots
j embroidered with seed pearls I "Mike" Klondes 70 _
with the same blossomsin I was artistically decorated in a Ga., and Airman .2-c I II I Jean Carolyn, to Gerald R. I rapid on the surface of your
of I and tiny artificial flowers. .growth. hands and face tell the world
Miss \Vhitehead James E. Flannagan; son you're
tiered arrangement. Silver color scheme of lavender and I Estabrook of Jacksonville.The !
a Services Held
) before
I Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Flannaganof j I The honoree was also Fire control crews of the getting( old-perhaps you really
trays and compotes held petit white. The center of attraction j I present.1 wedding will be an' are. Fade them away with new
silver Florida Forest"rvice'w help
Engagement Told I ed with a
united in
fours, dainty sandwiches and I was a three-tiered fountain. !j Starke were mar- event of Saturday, Aug. 17,. at Emanuel [Mike] Klondes, 70, .t ESOTERICA: that medicated cream
I riage at 2 June'30..in the I i holder as a memento of the the landowner with his timber that bieaks up masses of pigment on
nuts. Two silver candelabra To Mr. Mosley in which were floating water !i p. m. Church occasion. 5 o'clock at the Church of died Monday after an extended 1 stand improvement on request the skin makes hands look white and

holding pink candles balanced lilies, banked with magnoliaboughs Evergreen Baptist in I Jesus Christ of Latter Day Illness. He was born in young again. Equally effective on the
j Warner Robbins. Rev.. CharlesF. by the l landowner--- if face, neck and Not
'Out arms. a
the centerpiece.An Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leslie and potted palms. of town guests were Saints on Hendricks' Avenuein Greece on Dec. 14, 1892 and I cover-up.
are
no private contract Acts in the skin-not it.
1 Matthews officiated at the crews on Fragrant,
appropriate bridal game ,'Whitehead announce the en- I Gifts were on display at a I Miss Lou Perry of Jacksonville Jacksonville. had lived in Starke and Lake !' operating. There is a charge greaseless base for softening,lubricating -

was played during the evening i'gagement and approaching beautiful table centered witha i double ring ceremony. and Miss Barbara Grein- .All friends and relatives of Butler for.50 years. He was a for the service Recommended skin. .as it clears up those 'blemishes. .
: At leading drug and toiletry
and the prize was awar- ;marriage of their daughter, miniature bride.The refreshment Tall baskets of :white gladioli 'er .of Cocoa. the: couple are invited to at- member of the Greek Ortho- months for killing cull'trees I counters S2 plus tax. If you have these

ded to Mrs. Bob Ferguson.The I Barbara Ann to Earl Edwin table was covered witha and mums, flanked by lighted tend. dox Church in Jacksonville. 'I. are March through September I It age-revealinj brown spots. blotches
Mosley, son of Mr. and ilrs. tapers in branched candelabra Mrs. George Bishop' Surviving are his widow h or it you want clearer, lighter skin,
t
hostesses presented the I lavender organdy cloth and Interested landowners should use ESOTERICA. At all Drug Stores.
honoree with a white lace 'Earl C. Mosley of Lawtey. centered with an arrangementof were used in decoratingthe Is Honored At Mrs. Davis 76 Mora Brown Klondes, and a I I contact the Farm Forester- ,
church. A program of nuptial ,
son, Bill Klondes, both of I
,
The bride-elect is a 1962 orchid rosebuds. Balancingthe I serving his local county. The
peignoir as a memento of the I[ music was presented by
graduate of Bradford County arrangement were low !; Stork Shower Services HeldMrs. Stajke; and one brother, John i forester will make recommendations -f MITCHELL'SDRUG
:Mrs. R. F. Royer, organis;
occasion.
'[ .
Klondes of Houston Texas.
High School and is employed crystal candle holders with J J on which trees shouldbe !:
'
:
and Mrs. K. G. Sorrell, sohst.I The Pine Level educational
Miss Carol Hardy assisted I by Carolina Insurance Co. in burning white tapers. Crystal, Funeral services were held culled which method toj:
i I The bridegroom's father building was ,the setting for a Davis STORE
the hostesses in serving and :Jacksonville.The trays and compotes held cake Vessie Anderson at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the use County rangers supervised\
I caring for the guests. I(served as best man, and.ushers ,lovely stork shower Thursday 76, widow of Charlie H. Davis First Baptist Church, Lake I
is alsoa decorated in lavender
Among the 25 guests was I 1958 bridegroom-elect graduate of BHS and ist'mplo'ed squares and white, and nuts and-i 1 I were Ronnie Brunsvold. Frankie night, July 25, honoring Mrs.. died last Sunday after an Butler.. with the -pastor.. Rev. __...u. ._ .
and '
Mrs. Charles Hardy mother Thomas, and Jimmy,. George Bishop Jr. I extended illness. Born in Ba- H. G. McLeroy officiating
I by E. I. duPont mints. .
of the bride-elect. deNemours in Starke. I Donnie Bryan. An attractive color scheme ker County on Dec. 25, 1886, Burial was in Dekle.Cemetery, Ti Health Facts

The wedding will take place The round punch table was Given in marriage by her 'of pink, blue, and yellow was her parents were the late Lake Butler with DeWitt C. ,

Nancy Forsyth also covered with a lavender I father, The bride wore a floor carried out in decorating: the Jacob and Margaret Crews Jones Funeral Home in chargeof .t 'It ;is truly a great thrill to
Friday evening, Aug. 30, at 8 organdy cloth, and greenery Anderson. ,, It own a new
length dress of white lace over She was a member
arrangements. '
o'clock in the Pine Level Bap- and lavender mums surrounded gift table. The refreshmenttable iw' home, news car and color TV, but what
ToWed satin with a chapel train. The of. the Pleasant Hope Congre-
overed with whiteeutwoik
was a
tist Church with a reception I 't-1i happiness these things bring withv' -
the punch bowl. fitted bodice had a .sweetheart_ gational Methodist Church, can
( cloth and was centered Fla. Sales TaxIs
following in the church edu- out good health? Some has well said
John LeeMr. The guest book table wa neckline and long sleeves end:- with of .and had been a resident of .: one
cation building.No covered with white cutwork an arrangement [ "we spend-our health to get wealth then
a ing in points at the hands. yellow artificial:flowers, flanked Bradford County since 1932. Rotary TopicNew '
and Mrs. Vasco Forsyth invitations are being issued cloth and held a small arrangement Her waist length veil'was attached on either side"with burning Surviving are two daughters S S have to spend our wealth to regain our
announce the. approaching but all friends and relatives of mixed lavender cr"own changes in the Florida'' health."
to a of pearls, yellow tapers. Placed on tne Mrs. Linnie Bell Harris Dr. Bollinger
marriage of their daughter, ] of the couple are invited flowers. Misses Carol Farr and sales tax law were discussed
crystals, and teardrops He tables were crystal trays,hold- and Mrs Dell Smith, both of Countless thousands suffer needlessly and die
4 Nancy, to John B. Lee, son ito attend. Janelle Bullington kept thebride's bouquet was of whiteandblue Starke: three sons, Josie Davis at the Rotary Club luncheon many
with
cake topped
ing squares I before. there ime..because they did not consult
II of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. Lee I book. carnations, centered with"two' pink and blue baby booties. Glen St. Mary; Willie Wednesday by Maines Finley, | a

\ of Starke. The wedding will Mrs. Kay Lyon Two hundred guests were small orchids. Crystal compotes held party C shmore, Starke; Robert L. area. supervisor of the Florida !|I Chiropractor before ,was too late.
b'e event of -** mission. He i I Instead of looking a new miracle drug we need to
an Friday; Aug. Davis Jacksonville four bro Revenue Com ,
;
invited to call between the
And Bill Sot appointed Hembrea nuts and mints ,and a punchbowl
Mrs. War
!
I 23. t8 p.m. in the Boatdrain Floy : thers, Robert Anderson, commended the members of discover .the benefits already available under Chiropractic -
hours, 7:30 to 9 o- ner Robbins was matron of. was placed atone end of '
Baptist Church. Are MarriedMrs. 'clock. Gainesville; I v y Anderson, the L Legislature for their hard i! care. '
the table.
,
honor -street lengthblue
wearing a
i; No invitations are being Macclenjiy: Lee Anderson. work in devising a plan for i i You will need to see.: your Chiropractor eventually-
The hostesses the satin
presented silk over The honoree received
Ii sent, but all friends and relatives !- Kay Lyon and Bill Soto organza- many Jacksonville: and Ozie Anderson raising additional revenue i 1 Delay only courts disaster.
honoree with floor bath- 'white accessories and match. hostesses
a rug .a lovely gifts, and the
Ii' are invited. I were united in marriage on Clermont Harbor. Miss.; without placing the tax on In Starke;the Chiropractic Health Center is located at
room set and artificial flower ing hat with short veil. Her: presented her with a baby
Friday morning. August 2. in three sisters, :Mrs. Elvie Byrd. drugs and medicine.The '
426 N. Walnut Street
arrangement in her chosen wa's of wliit carna training chair as a mementoof
THE RIGHT POINT for the I Folkston, Ga. corsage Glen St. Mary; Mamie Rho- speaker said that the ,
colors, as a memento of the tions. the occasion. Insurance Cases
I I : AcceptedCarp'
war you write. Come in and After spending the weekend den. Baldwin; and Mrs. Lillie revised law is working out

select lOur favorite ESTERBROOKFountain -I I in Ocala. the "couple is residing -I occasion. Miss Pamela Brunsvold,. a Hostesses were'Jlrs. Roman Conner, Jacksonville; 18 well and his department has I
,
I ; Peiu.TELE1: at Mr. ':'Soto&Jhome;, one I .. KenfetrellRecent '". '. cousin"of' Cift'# oridewas'jinvor'bridesmaid : Alvarez, )tr.s..' .Owen AlvarezJr. grandchildren. and- '17-- great-
J I -' : Mrs. / Mrs. James Starling, Mrs.
GRAPH. mile South on SR. lOflJThe | and Miss Beti' grandchildren.
r Thornton, Mrs. Winfred
Jimmy
J. Bride, Flannagan of .Jacksonville l *,.- Tomlinson, Mrs..,Betty. :McRae, Funeral services were held "
at 2 Tuesday in Pleas-
p.m
Honored At Shower niece of the groom,. was flowrer ,; Jliss Judy Haislop, and Miss Congregational
ant Hope
I --n girl. They wore. dress s". simtothe Sue Jackson. Methodist Church with Rev.C. (Set acSHIRTS
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# I Mrs. Kenneth Terrell, are-I ilar honor-attendant. .. Mrs. Bishop is the daughterof H. Rhoden and Rev. J. D. : i iBack.
I .1S'ELUNs ,
_AMERICAk cent bride, was honored '
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entef- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Williams officiating. Burial :
The bride's
parents ,
lovely miscellaneous shower 1 I ,
I Sr. of Starke. was in Taylor Cemetery inj
I
I Tv last Friday evening at the H. tamed[ with a reception. immediately -: Baker County with DeWitt C. '! -

G. Bollinger home on N. Walnut -:I after the ceremonyin : .
Jones Funeral Home in charge j
Street. Hostesses were .j the social wing of 'the, 1 Miss Barbara Green '

9 and Martha Bollinger, !i i[church. The bride's .table was, of arrangements.
: Mary
'overlaid with a white 'lin h :Is EngagedTo Active pallbearers were Arch 1
:
Martha Susan
8 ". I Hope Ritch Holliday Marcia ,Haynes Marcia :i I(cloth, centered with ,the ,tiered' Fred BennettMr. Ellington Scott Newn, Lacy Burney Brown, ,Johnny Lamar i,i ARE NEWS !
cake and flatted
I Whittle, Marion Green, and wedding by Shadd, and Raymond Rhoden. I
Suzanne Judd.Summer I candles and an arrangement of and Mrs. Lee Roy Greenof
bridal flowers. P nth was 'serv Brooker announce the en- !
flowers in shades of : Recent Birth
ed from crystal bo-.vls., gagement of his daughter,
I. pink and green were used to I Later in the evening the Miss Barbara Green of Starke,, I 'i How Will You Have Yours?
advantage in decorating pointsof -" 'x *f to Fred A. Bennett of Gaines Dr. and Mrs. Marcus F'I _, '
interest in the party rooms bride and groom left for a Brown, of Independence, la.j .
ville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold -
for the occasion. The same ,wedding trip to Clovis, New K. Bennett of Miami. Miss. j announce the birth of a : : Carp has 'em In many

flowers were used in an attractive Mexico' where Airman Flanna- Green is the daughter bf the. I daughter, Laura Ellen on Aug. ,

arrangement as the !gan will be stationed at':near- late Mrs. Theoran McGauley.1 i 5. The paternal grandmother : New Styles and !
I centerpiece on the refresh- I ,I Green.A i is Mrs. M. F. Brown of Starke..' y Colors
ment table which was covered by Cannon Air Force Bas3. ..
with a white linen cutwork late August wedding dateis : Mr. and: Mrs. K. T. Duncanof ,
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cloth. A crystal punch bowl Have yea an old refrigerator, planned. West Point, Ga., announcethe ,' 1 A'

H was placed at one end of the fan or tools which you 'DA longr birth of a son, Robert : ; 4ffsJ

Z$ table. \ use. Convert them Into cash Cash Paid for Good, Clean I Alan, on July 30. Paternal

Games with now. Phone 964-S101 and ask Rajs. N* Khakis or Wo L All I :, grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. !
1 prizes were
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played during the party hours I I i for classified. Cotton. Brine to Telegraph.1 K. G. Duncan of Starke. 199

by the 30 guests. I ---

1 The hostesses presented the '.I4 'L\t'

honoree with a breakfast set I

: of dishes and a set of stain- I S. ;1 ,

less steel flatwear as a me- I \ pdI4qTA

1\ mento of the occasion.
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Recent
Births I

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I NEWCASTLE Model L2736 : Bradford County Hospital

-1- in Beautiful grained Contemporary Walnut color.lo-boy graneJ: consoleI Ma. announces the followingbirths I New Man Tailored

'. hoanycokror Drained, B.:.jld: 03k col. : !
., or.Zenith"fln.Cooled'.pg..erTrlnsf\lrmer. (irc' k Styles, Full Cut
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Baxley, '
+ America's largest selling TV ,,,rod your best TV buy!
Middleburg, a daughter, Joyce '1 With Long Tails
Ann, Aug. 1. ., Easy To Wear I
Flattering '
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$26995 4 : iA
TTT11I : MI
3 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.I' .<'k ,
: '
,1 i if r1IA iw a Dacron and Cotton
U 11 E aIitiac.st Ru.ptb ) Also L2736M Maple ve Griffis, Starke, a daughter, "SIL! SHOT"Shift ;74 //f I -

.' neers and Solids with Early June Eileen Aug. 1. t/ ,, Q I ; Oxford
.
S American style legs and Mr. and Mrs. James Pitt- I :

/J.J gallery. man, Lake Butler, a son, Wen : I Dress .'. : ,, : ': ; Cloth; Cottons
,
TO MAKE YOU PROUD YOU OWN ITWORLD'S dell Dean, Aug. 2. ? .i ; "
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gtgrfJIL :Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starling 0 Sanforized, Wash


J J!;FOR FINEST PERFORMANCE James, Starke, Aug. 4. a son, Dennis '! \ ) 4 44,. ... .- S S S_ S 'n Wear

Mr. and Mrs. Shirley F. Amazingly 99si

0'l Johnson. Keystone Heights, a \ : r--: .\ '; I Long Sleeves and

l son, Jonathan David Aug. 4. .. Jj Roll-up Sleeves
t Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Looney, \ \ Low Priced! g '

Maxville, a son, Ronnie Joe .S, ;
circuitsno ? ::, : o Plaids Pin !
4.
\V no printed Aug. 'i' : %ii*( Stripes

production shortcutsEvery Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop. 4.J-1f'i1. S ,J Sillk Shot is a Blend of 10% Silk, (i. I k1' and Solid Colors!

: Lake Butler, a son, Aug. 7, j.f: ( 90% Raycn S ,'
Zenith TV chassis connection' I Ishandwred. ,

..hand soldered for greater operating dep.. ;;. BP\V Club ,. Stub Weave With a Raw Silk LookS \ : Button Down,

ability and fewer service problems. To MeetThursday Washable, Pre-Shrunk, Color Fast t, 4 ; McMullen and

: Wear With or Without Tie BeltS 'S 5'. ,'I' Italian Style Collars !-
Evening

f Home Appliances Cranberry, Black, Teal Green ; :

The BPW club will meet Sizes 8 to 20 :

Gay's 355 N. Temple Thursday evening, Aug. 15 at Szcs32! to 38
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8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. "

Phone 964-7511 Desta Dyal with Mrs. Ruth TiSi.

Frazier as co-hostess. .. '. '. -
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FACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY ELEGR.U, STARKE. FLORIDA .r.1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 19GX

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IRONS !: his right to scoop foot his where shot.he is going 2 Losses Oust All-St* 's II''Lawtey Council I Commissioners; !Poison H 'Cases Mr. Starling I Bradford Zipper Notebooks $3.49 at

County TtJ rraph.
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Any success I ever enjoyed 1 1 To Purchase I

I with teaching has been pri Diamondr SiQQQ; IQrt Increase Of lawtey I ...
alul'VOODS From State lay New. olce, Car! -= -"' '''- "
marily due to simplicity and 1 : '
Tests
fQN ( :In F/oric/o/ / Services Held
accenting the positive.' I never [Continued from Page One] ew BridgeContinued
Starke's All-Star }baseballersmet officially got Starke's only
use the word "bad. 1 always 1 #1 Aids-
disaster this week in the hits. council
last
say "good. I I city year. The
[ from Page 11 Reports ,of poisonings are Joeph starling. 54, of Law-
Dixie Youth State Tournament -1 i Milton had also, suffered took the request under consideration BatteriesAccessories
When I really get mixed up increasing in Florida. For the.[ te'died. suddenly at his resi'I'I I
in Pensacola when they one loss, to Myrtle. Grove. l and ,scheduled a enough to complete all the :f '
to and
trying lesson.
give a I dence Friday evening August
I'you give out all these complexities were eliminated in two Tuesday as they faced.Starke meeting of the Finance and paving now on the county's I' first six months of this year}'I'. ., '. :I, .. &

I of watching the left straight lossss by Lakelandand 'I down 5-1 to stay in the tour Taxation: Committee for Tuesday priority list. "We could use there'were 1,995. In all of last 1
i j| Mr. Starling was a guard at :' Repair{ Seryices
knuckle. the right eye the Milton Tuesday. 1 ney. The locals got one run : ,, Aug. 13, at 6, pm., to consider i twice that much and still not year there 'were 3,880. Far; the Honda State Prison .

right elbow', breaking ,at the Bill Adams pitched a three- on'only three hits. Mike Craw- the 1963-64! budget. Com finish the paving on the prior- 1961 the number was 3,198. Raiford'and. had, been a resident at'J- Giiy.esrl1le Hearing Aid Co.

top of the swing right knee hitter against. Lakeland ford fanned seven, walked mittee.members. are Council- iy list," according to County Dr. George A. McCoy director ,j of Lawtey for 35 years. ; t 63? X. W. 13th St.

coming in, the hands in fron struck out eight, and walked 1 seven, and allowed six hits in 1 man' Shuford, Reddish and Clerk Charles Darby. I of the State Board of I '. 4
He was born in Baker CouutyApril 'i '
of the ball and: by the time only three but his teammatesgot his ,losing effort, including a I Phillips. I The board also asked Darby 1' Health's Accident Prevention I :' 8, 1909 and was a member : LOCATE: !} IX { IE

him only two hits in ihs' hcmer and The Recreation Board also I to set a meeting with J. A. : :: XGF
a double. Richard up : DJOt V, IQ.llUIJ. };
the guy starts to hit the ball. Program, said reports from !; of the First Baptist'i
Ky HOMER WOOD he loses all sense of control.' shutout. Lakeland got bothof (r Williams one-for-three; Bill received permission from the Brewer, division engineer of : Florida's 20 poison control Church of Lawtey. I'' :': ',.i : ;.;.: -:.

He doesn't understand me their runs in the second in- I Adams, one-for-two. and John council to a?apointa gro Re- the SRD. to discuss the coun i centers and hospitals r I r
reporting [
and he is lucky if he comesin ning on three hits and an er-' Warren, one-for-three, accounted creation Council 1 1to administer -, ty's secondary road fund for showed that of the 1.995 I Survivors include his widow. i

When teaching! I find thata ror. Gary Hamilton,. going t for Starke's hits. fund? given them for-their the coming year Ola'Tutd Starting] of Lawtey; I
contact with the ball at all. 'I total so far this year, 1,221 involved I
lot o? people "scoop," mean- When I teach someone to play one-for-two at the plate and t The team arrived home prOgram each year. A third of Budget AdoptedIn I children under 5; 73 his father James D. Starlingof I SO POTENT

ing when they get 'on top )f golf, I teach him only one Charles Smith one-for-one Wednesday night. the total, Lawtey ,recreation other action at the short cases involved children 5 llacclenny; his mother, .,-.

the ball they are afraid to thing at a time. budget' goes to the Negroes meeting the commission pas- |'! through 9 147 concerned chil-' Zilphia Garrett Muse of New Bcaulf Scnint '
drive their hands in. I found each and until now has' ; Starke; one daughter Mrs iecvdypol.tej; If '
year sed the final adoption of its:1!
The new golfer this week is Playground NewsPratt den 10 through 19; and 551 : 59.Kir.olJ libot
a [Dist. Softball been handled C. C. Anderson Geraldine Norman of Lawtey;
very simple way of helping Mr. Baldwin. I by 1963-64 budget of $464,097with ; were adults. : tuf). Almost ite ,ai'p;:,.,. "'
them. I ask them if they are principal of Anderson Jr. only two additional two sons James E. and Char- I Itirs, a. per .. "k-. "

I-lb trying to leave the club there. Entries for the Father-Son Street News I Tourney Set High School. changes a $300 per sear "Among children under 10 les G. Starling of Starke; four I ordinary hormone ',.- .
I ciram. Only (turnJiof '
Tournament coming in The Pratt Street Girl'sSoftball
are
I tell them to get rid of the I The council also unanimously salary increase for County A- i who accounted for nearly 1.-1 brothers Ina. Ellery Elvin "daily l nceJcil, )
real good. I am pleased to team defeated the '
club head- If I get a man on :see so much interest. Anyone Madison Street Girls 40-21 at'!Next Week adopted the tax roll for gent George Huggins and a : 300 of the cases, aspirin was i iI and Earl Starling, all of Mac- .

his left foot at the top of his 1963-64 after setting values! $150 hike to Home Demon-,,I the most frequently ingested clermy; six sisters. Mrs. :Mjrtle HORMONESERUM
wishing to enter, please call the high school field Wednes-
swing with his weight slightly I The Florila Amateur Sub- on each citizen's property. stration Agent Dorothy Ross. :: household. :product," he said. : Groves of Macclcnny Mrs. ;
the pro shop or see me. day. The Pratt Street team
Maliel Walker of Ocala Mrs !
on his left, he will do a started District H Softball Tourna- The board praised the work "Cleaning and polishing a-i ,
There will be prizes for off slowly and was I
'ment is scheduled to be play- I'I gents, insecticides and kerosene -, Eleanor Lyons of Glen St.
both
of
much finer job of Census Bureau agents.
bringing his three lowest net, and three behind until the fourth in- I Mrs. Nadine Thornton,
ed. the local diamond next I I followed in that order. i iI i ij Mary,
hands
down ahead of his club lowest ning. The girls on Look Voun3rFeeVounSer1-
gross. played a won- I ,
and ;Can Give: Proof! I j I This generally has been the Mrs. Vera Oliver. and Mrs.
than he will if he is back on Homer. derful game 'with Kelly Richards Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday ,106 ChargedIn '
: Rose Summer all of Starke
,
.. Diane and Carol Cox, August 12, 13, and 14. Of Age, Birthplace pattern in the past, indicatingthat x
I and grandchildren.
six
Barbara. McRae, Charlene Davis -I according to Recreation County Court parents, are coninuing to :| Fadtt Away Dry-Skit WtitUtt'

.. .' Marilyn Patterson, Jane I'rector Frank Owsley. .Di-J I Last year, more than 12.000 During July be mosffcareless in respect to i, Services were held Sunday tmazin new nOR (OXEX EALTv
HONDA You "
Meet .
; The Nicest I. 'sidents of Florida turned to what',should,, be their most aft rnoon from the First Baptist >Elm t is to potent, 7 drop dish
.. '-" Hewitt, Sheila 'Taylor, Patty I Two teams from Ocala, one I at fa-kr thwe unite*. When aiuooilwJon
Church with
On A J Lawtey
People precious
the Bureau of Census, U. ; possessions.
the
SUPER I .,. Rosier, Elaine Murrey andVicky from Gainesville, and three Continued From Page One I fclui,supplies maximum daily allot
Rev. Howe and Rev.
r. Tommy
: HONDA S. of Commerce, "Only 25' of this year's cas- '! .
p Thomas turning in out from Starke will compete in Department incnl of female hormones-hormon"'
c. standing performances.The I the single elimination tour for help in proving where and of property under lien, petit es involved, ,' .children, under Edgar Wilkinson officiating. necessary to )oulhfulne( : of prtcti
SPORTS larceny, possession of tax paid Burial was in Macedonia caily-alt female Heavy *ilhpenetrating
four-to-six year old when they were born. They one year of age. Children in organs.
i ney. The district tourney is Cemetery in. Baker Sesame Oil and mou
whiskey, aggravated assault, County
class enjoyed painting with i t needed proof of age to collect this age bracket are normally!.
scheduled to begin Friday, I with Jones Funeral I Mining Lanolin. SkiD feel softer
with C.
breaking and entering DeWitt
.50" -----. -------- -_- cornstarch finger paints. They j social security and other retirement j physically incapable of getting : smoother, 'fresher almost instantlvAits
--- --- August 16, in Sanford.Terrell's intent to commit grand larceny Home of Stark in charge of
turned ;put many unusual benefits to obtain into many toxic substances. so quickly because it's almost S
scenes. Next week we will Gulf is scheduledto passports, to qualify for joos cruelty to a child fail- j' At the age of one they start I arrangements. times as powerful as standard Imr
play the No. 1 Ocala teamin ure to yield right-of-way, improper mone cream-33,000 tU. per ounce
hold a treasure hunt so come carrying certain age or citizenship exploring; ; and, tasting everything -
rmftiMJga t-e* the first game of the local start, driving on wrong ( It's economical, too-costs less thin
out and join us. requirements, or for they can get into their | Steno Notebooks 4t !
SteboKorect a dVy
tourney Monday at 7 ani side of the road and improper
:--- -- The electricity was cut off p.m. some forms of insurance mouths. By the age of three, leo DAT Stimt Use it at night. L\\;.
Gainesville will play the No. driver's license.of Type TypewriterPens
Monday as the City Depart- they are learning-those who I I fore retiring-look for amazing results
These who requested
2 Ocala team at 9 Gar- persons Typing Paper, Erasers, the it da
p.m.
ment the in morning.or-try as a )(true
was putting new survivethat there
up some'things
..-. I I.J' den Restaurant will take on'i ij i' assistance from the Census are Ribbons. The TELECJItAPII.7ot. ,HiaVe-up base, it's fragrant and great-
tennis court lights thereby j Bureau last year were amongan the person to whom it relates not meant to be eaten. ( less, too! So. for a fresher brig!"\,

ending our arts and crafts the ,winner of the first game! estimated 20 million U.S. or, for a proper purpose, "If parents would keep aspirin >ounger-looking. complexion grt a bit
class where we were to have Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Brook- 'legal such tie of HORMONEX: : BEAUTY SERUM
residents who are without a representative asa and other medicines out
wood burning. We will hold er will take on the winner I : I luJiy. Only $3.50 plus tax. 200 Dy
a I proof of age or birthplace. Th guardian or administratorof of reach of children;, if cleansers ', Supply only $6.00 plus lai. On sale at
the class next Monday. of the .
second
game- at 9 p.m.' historical recOrds of the_ Cen- an estate. Information regarding -I bleaches: and polishing ToJeiry Coasters Department: Stoic
Wainwright and Nona Tuesday. The championship>>t sus Bureau provide the only a child who has not agents are kept in original Iud Drug Stores e\crpbere.

Park News game is scheduled for 8 p.m. i acceptable source of this Information reached legal age may be obtamed -I containers and stored in a1 i I

: /- ;. 5 H.P. OIlY Rain ended the programs at Wednesday, August 14. for many of these upon the written request safe place, most of these accidents -
these parks Tuesday, but MITCHELL'SDRUG
i_ people. Since its beginning in of either parent. could be prevented. (
: Transmission
(( 4-Speed Thursday was clear and softball 'I
Beverage
"ZI: ; : Dual Seat, Over 200 Miles races ring toss and bad- LicenseAt 1790, the U.s. Census' :has re- I. "So far tbis.year, 174 chil-
corded identifying data for THE RIGHT POINT lor tfca STOREINKLER'S
Per Gal. 4-Cycle, No Messy minton was held. We have a Blue ChipIs dren have. been so acutely ,
almost 350 million persons, way you write. Come in & ---- Oil And Gas Mixture. lot of fun and would like to : poisoned they had to be has-I
ii i In JeopardyState many' of- them listed. several elect your favorite ESTER- I

PRICES START AT $279.00M'CRIFF'S i iI see you there.Archery, times in separate censuses. ROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- pitalized." r rI rI

I This week was the best Beverage Director The Bureau has provided GRAPH. AT
Richard B. Keating has ordered copies of these records to a-
turnout of the 20
TRADING MART year as were
:,on hand to participate in administrative action a- bout three and one-half mil-
: gainst the Blue Chip, a local lion people, as legal proof of \
tournament and team play.t
Special Discount On Any HONDA drive-in on SR-16 a mile west
place of birth. citizenship.
I age
Improvement is showing and
Purchased Now Through September ;, i of Starke for allegedly selling
: I i,the...jnterest. has, really] been : or kinship.. .
.
beer ,to .
130 N. COURT ST. PHONE 964-1021 i goocL'' Jane Hewett tied th'erecord minors without qass-*t-4"' P'rnoft; eek1ngsuch" 't a're: ..;
tioning their age, the department -
score of 42 held by ord for social security pur-I
i announced in a release
Richard Williams. Ricky Frick poses should go to the local ,-r
1
this week. I : A I'
and Larry Mercer. too have '| Social Security Office, or, for .

!] shown' fine skill and interest W. L. Mobley owner of the other purposes, write to the! :' .

_ _ .II.III1 fI"1I! I in the archery program. Only Blue Chip, has been orderedto Personal Census S e r vice i

three more sessions are sched- show cause why his license !I Branch, Bureau of the Census,

..selavmcebulletin uled for the summer so come should not be revoked or sus- ', Pittsburg, Kansas, for an,application -

out on Tuesdays and Thurs pended. According to information -j! form.. A fee .of $3 is Ir

days.. from the county judge's '! charged for a search of not '

Air Rifle Club office one person has been J! more than two censuses for -' : ..

Tournaments and team play charged with selling beer to!;I one person and for one copy'I A, -

were the main points this I a minor and two minors have 1! of the, }information. fund Ad- '
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y. .' week in the air rifle club. Attendance .I
0r' been charged with buying I jditipnal!' copies cost $1 each., '-, ..
here has been good 'I -
\ beer.Two .j, An expedited search costs' $4. I,
4 I1 < and interest has built up I I j
JTt I of the persons charged i I Expedited searches are usually "
since the first of the summer. II _
pleaded not in county! .
guilty ,
I, i completed within a few days Ii., $ .- t-S'
increased
The participation
court and their cases have been II while the routine $a search
since the Dixie Youth All- I
held over until trial term next I :
i may take! up to 30 days, depending .-
stars returned from Brooks- I I
September. The third ,
person, upon the backlog of
I I .
ville. All those who are interested -
a juvenile, pleaded guilty to requests.The I
come to the Pratt Street ,
playground Monday and Wed- buying beer but disposition of I I personal information in ,,

that case has been postponeduntil the records of the 1900 and '
::1 nesdays and join the air rifle
club. the other two are settled. I I later Censuses is confidential BRADFORD County TELEGRAIl'i !

News From Saratoga Ilgts. The Beverage Department I J by law and may be furnished

: & Madison St. PlaygroundsThe is also taking similar action' only upon the written request i

I against 12 U ...
'c participants at the alcoholic beverage"1- L -.

.1 Madison Street playground dealers in Duval County according I

-:1 1 enjoyed Wood-Burning at this : to the release.

weeks Arts and Crafts ses

sion. The Saratoga Heights I .... '4
curity benefit check soon after -: 1 i The KCNILWORTH Model 12738

( participants enjoyed Braiding retirement" the director 14 Superb Contemporary lo boy styling -

I again.The said. "Your benefit will come i i' ) $ I II 4r with break fiont in gcnu,ne
-= highlights of thisweek's I 1.7 veneers and self: "ct r>jrd"" ood sol,
I when need income
{ you most-j II
w ids. Walnut veneer Mahogdny
playground activitieswas I
after the familiar
pay check II veneers. or Blond Oak veneers.CHASSIS.
the girls Softball game has stopped." I
C! j between Madison Street and
Pratt Street. Pratt Street won Several months before re- i
tirement the t
applicant should
by a score of 40-21., Pour
contact the social I
M girls softball games have been security I I

-. How are played with Madison Street I representative at the Starke I

t.. winning the first two, and Department of Public Welfare -, I
w
w
; 4/2 L'a HANDCRAfTED
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your hens doing ? Pratt Street winning the last I j office any Friday morning ?
: .
!i to see what proofs are % '

More and. more, profit-conscious poultrymen these two.Tentative plans are being II I necessary to bring when applying i! :

-,. days have before them the facts it takes to decide made to provide for a girl's for benefits. These may 1 1Every

: how to feed and manage birds for most profit. tumbling class. The instruc- II include proof of age. proof of r no production shortcuts
tors will be Sally Eppersonand marriage or the applicant'slast

.. l.ook over your records. Ask yourself if your birds, Donna Trawick. It will .i tax return or a W-2 Where keepsakes keep best no printed circuits

: over a 12-month period, will lay more than 240 probably take place in the form showing wages. Details '
M and less then 4.2 lbs. r peculiar to the applicant's : ; r J Zenith TV chassis Is carefully hand-
hen
consume mornings.
'
eggs per J T4 wed to the
highest
dozen. particular case can be discus- S Your home was built to accommodate people. *' -.r (. quality standards.It's the
feed
-wtra of
ifU per sed at that time. ; Our Safe Deposit vault was built .. -'- .a, care the hndceating that means
: 'These 'are the standards leading poullrymen all Apply Early 1. to accommodate -' greater value fewer service problems and
Even if actual retirement Is irreplaceable greater depend: for Zenith owners.
across the nation who feed thc Purina Way have For Social Security still personal possessions'to : : .
some ahead Mr.
years
come to expect. ), safeguard them against fire, theft, other-;
Citizens Advised Spann said that his office ,
: home hazards. a ,
Hens on Purina's own Research Farms perform bet- I would. like to send a pamphlet -I ( !, ,' t' -. I

.ter than these standards, year I Applying for social security i. explaining the highlights Cost of renting a Safe Deposit Box with us : -
in and year out.1Reaching W" ";f"'f":'" benefits two or three months of social security. If you are .

goals like these helps I t.uCRo-M\X'-O. '\ : before retirement is a good I j at least 62, it is extremely important is1 merely nominal l; considering what .you. .. i I
,
PLUS -3
..-"- ;; FEATURES
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poultrymen make from : '""' 'i : step to take according to! i to know about reduced might lose without it. Act soon! -
money -
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eggs in these days of lower | John W. Spann Jr., district; I| benefits payable at that age, ,

margins. I manager of the Gainesville social At age 65. benefits can be paidin : .VTESELL .

PURiNA i, security office."Retirement r' full if less than $1,200 a 5- -. ,.
4 ,4' ,.
Come in and let POULTRY f"i
us give you ,! from many year is earned. And even if : : -3wE ALSO
other reasons why so many CHflWS years of work involves a great you earn considerably more SERVICE

top poultrymen feed their many details at the last min I I than $1,200 a year, some benefits FLTc'RIDA.f'I ',: \VEFINANCEYOURPAPERSHERE :

hens thePurina Way today. ute. and it's best not to put ; may be payable.

off social security until then," I "Dont delay," is the direc. OURSELVESWi1kier

Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. I help Spann speed advises.up receipt His office of that can !I the tor's social advice.security Get in touch office with at ::ii- -_- -_ 'BA, N,. (_ !At4 f mttf I; :, : liiiOne -

first--retirement check is applications 409 S.W. 2nd Ave. in Gaines- ..

are filed a little ville before you retire. TheyTlmake Electrio
of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group 1IIVB
539
E. Call St. Phone 964-3965 ahead of time."ApplYing sure you don't lose any ,

.-.-.-' '---m---m- early means- that,, benefits to.which you.are en. Member Federal Insurance 2345.Teniple: Aye."u Siarke. fTa.o .
you- will get your, social 'se-I titled. Deposit Corp. :
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED :

EVERGREENBy Enjoy I PRICES GOOD, THRU" ,, AUGUST. 1 10th .f I '
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Mrs Minnie L. Redding Phase SeasonFlorida I .
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Phone 782323U..u..u..u. ; :
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CH UCK
..., : hunters will have a .4

Mrs. J, C. Pringle and three-phase season for migra- [
daughter Donnie, and grandSons i tory dove hunting during the !
1963-64 season according to
Jay of Satsuma were i;
visiting Miss Dot Griffis and1: A. D. Aldrich director Game K< ar' ri.1v'1t '

other relatives last Sunday j, and Fresh Water Fish Com-
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Mrs. Dorothy Herndon and I mission.
I|i The first will
baby of Lake City are spend- phase open '
: : for dove hunters October S'
ing this week with her par-;i!
ents :Mr. and Mrs W. H. Mor- ,; through November 3, with
gan. 1 I Hardee, DeSoto. Hendry and

Mr. and Mrs Jimmie But- !'i!I i Glades Counties, and that portion -
i j of Franklin County known
chington and children of Jacksonville -
as Alligator Point closed: to
were Sunday guestsof
the Arthur Reddings. 'I dove hunting.The I LB I
Our community was sad- second phase opens ,
dened to learn of the death or statewide November 16 to run D STO R g p
I 1! fl I !
December 2.The third Efl
.Joseph Starling last Friday. I through E WDef i
Sympathy is extended to his phase will be open statewide REG. 984! TALMADGE COUNTRY i
wife and family.Mr. December 21 through January !'
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and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- 1 12. i Whole iLQj W-D BRAND 'NATURALLY TENDER BEEF Ii

: 1 Clellan and baby of Jasper I Shootingfrom will be allowed IfluIII or Half LB 0" F T-BONE I Only Aging brings you such
or
were weekend guests of the !| 12 noon until sunset of '., S.tea k J 9 8
McClellans.Mr. II each open day. Daily bag limit REGULAR 59* TARNOW SIRLOIN s. cw LB. f! TENDERNESS and Meaty Goodness '

and Mrs. Clyde Griffis for dove will be0., with a r rIe

Jr. and daughter of Phoenix. possession of two' days' bag.I W.I n ers LB. 49, ; What natural' aging; does for fine;
'I' W-D. EXTRA LEAN FRESHER GROUND AND 100% PURE BEEF j I
Ariz have returned home after -
Other rules for migratory cheeses and fine wines I l it also :
a two weeks visit, with his I game during the 1963-64 sea- 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW, : does for the fine beef you get at 4
( G.fO U'n d B f rr 5199 Selected
parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyds; son are as follows: Rail 1 -lb I ee' e 1 ) LB, PKG' Winn-Dixie. It mellows and enhances "

Griffis. I [marsh hen and gallmule]1. ]I M eat Loaf SIZE"I I E the flavor of W-D beef, for '.

Church Activities open Sept. 7 through Nov. 15.I BONELESS .. FULLY i and .increases its tenderness, with, tenderness
HORMEL COOKED .
Services, were well attended with a daily bag of 15. plus ,;
the fine beef
out destroying tex40 -
t 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH' TARNOW .
last Sunday with the young : 25 sora rail, with total possession -' ture, it soft and ,
making
$ or spongy
people and primaries tying for ,'I of 30 plus 25 sora. I Me Lo f 2 t/ :-1 lb. | C an P.len ICS Q 9 t "IJ LB. CAN 5199' 11 as artificial tenderizers will sometimes close

the banner in Sunday School'Dent Woodcock opens Nov. 16 and \ U t II SIZE' J. i do. trimmed

forget our revival closes Jan.. 4_ with a daily bag | .4. ,if?.. for

meeting 12, with starting Prayer Service Monday.at Aug.7 p. I of limit ten.of. 5 Snipe and total opens possession Nov. 161'1, SUNNYLAND hNH39::;;:; ; ',,: (':':' ,"r'1, 1,0'.. .. .:"'. value

m.. singing fit 7:30: and through Dec 30, with a 1 ; .
preaching at 1t. Rev. H. C. bag of eight and total possession 1
Martin is the evangelist. Everyone -' of eight.Waterfowl ELGIN 1 FOR

invited.Presbyterian. i hunting for DRESSED FISH Special Low Price 1 Bakirjg, Stewing, Salad WI-ACRES FRESH FROZEN
duck geese and coot- will be I' 1 1 1 FLORIDA4 6-oz.
I' 5
Church announced later when estab- Itlng t8 1 1 CANS 99 F
lished by the U.S. Bureau of Y II Sled 1 H C
II. Walton Grady Minister 1 Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. REG. 49* COPELANDBREAKSTONE e I el/vy/ ut. P

1 MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT
Week of Aug. 11-16 [Supply 1
minister. Rev. Homer Stephens I, PARAN BAPTIST CHUliCD a LB. 39, Family *
Fruit
Pies 1.
chaplain of V. A. Hospital |i GRANDLV, FLA. i i i r >J SIZE
Lake City.l I II CREAM 1
I Rev. Paul Travis Pastor 1 (
Sunday Sunday School ;i Sunday School. 10 3-or. ; MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY
am rI
9:45: ajn. Morning' Worship. C 11eese I 1 0
Morning Worship 11 a.m I PKG. 1 .
11 a.m. I 0 ,
MondayChristian Education -' Training Union, 7:00: p. m. J I BFEAKSTONE CREAM 'I i M ea t ries 58-oz. $1
r .
Comm., 7:30 p.m. Evening Service, 8:00: p. m 1 t '
Tuesday Circle 2 meets Hour of Power Wednesday : 8-OZ. 1 1PKG '
\\lf with Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf I night 8:00: p. m. Cheese : 29, i .

Jr., 10 a.m. Circle 3 meets with I 1 t
Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, 10 a. m. TRINITY EPISCOPAL jLI ir 1 1 ?; FRESH, SWEET
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Circle 1 meets witr Mrs- Malcolm CHURCH MELROSE __________
Sanders 8 p.m.WednesdayDeacons. d4c I t I i Its r f d.,, 1 TENtEo
Holy flays 10 a. ID.. Holy

ing. 7:30: p.m.Thursday Meet- Sundays- 10 a. m- Church 50 Extra +*W Green Stamps 1. orn EARS 59

1 Senior Choir School. 11:45 a. m. Morning WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF LB.
I Prayer and Sermon First 1
practice, 7:30: pin. Two PKGS FROZEN RICH'S t
Sunday Holy Communion f s

Methodist Church pin.:Episcopal Young Church 22 Chocolate Eclairs Limit 2 with'$2.50 food order or more 1 1 Cofomal Brand Quick Frozen'
men. GOOD THRU.AUGUST IOTH 1
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Communion.The AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Sunday... Aug,-ll. --Sunday\ : ',Rev Lee W. Heaton. !' I I dn.w.. F2?
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Vicar. t ryw
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Service, 11 a. m., Foster Shi 1

Smith speaker !MYF 6:30: p.m. COMMUNITY. CHURCH ra5 a
Evening speaker George T KEYSTONE HEIGHTS J .!
Huggins 8 p.m. I 1 t SAVE 8t*: EACH ,O'SAGE FREESTONE ', Limit 2 please. :

MondayMethodist Men'sI Sunday School l. 9 a. m. 50 Extra&W Green Stamps E r I
Supper Meeting 7 p.m. I 1 Morning, 10 a.m. during Au- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF '
Peaches. No-2< CAN 19,
WednesdayPrayer Meet- gust.After FIVE PKGS. FOZEN ASTOR OR
Ing and Bible Study led by I Sept. 1 Sunday Libby's I Green Peas 0 0
Mrs. E, D. Olmstead. 7:30: p. School, 10 ,aon. Morning Worship :
GOOD THRU AUGUST 1OTH
11 aonYouth Fellowship SAVE 20( one with $5 00 order or more. I
m.Thursday Chancel Choir 7 p.m. j 62 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE >s rx n t

rehearsal 7:30: pjn. 1 ldouMm

The Florida Conference BROOKER BAPTIST ; LAG 39 _.. ..... .... .- ,,
Youth Council Meeting will be \ 4
CIIURCII 1 NOT NOT BUT 1 !
held Aug. 14-15 at Leesburg d I i I 1 THIS THIS THIS 1 t
Rev. Brabham will attend. Rev James Temple. Pastor """' SAVE 4'/2* EACH VAN CAMP Limit 4 pleose.
The pastor and family will Morning Worship 11 am I 50 Extra&tf Green Stamps 1 1

be on vacation for the next i Evening; Service, 8 pjn. Sunday > WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF f 1 1 :. j r

two weeks. School 10 aw. Training Two PKG*. FROZEN PAN-Reel Pork & Beans 300 CAN 10, I r

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Union 7 p.m Prayer Service Breaded Oysters 1 MEDIUM' JUMBO 1 1 VINE-RIPENED

each Wednesday. 8pm. t tHLILBRON.V GOOD THRU AUGUST 10TH i 45-SIZE 36-SIZE 27-SIZE 1 '

Sunday School '10 a. m; I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 6 with $5.00 order or more. !.......................1 CALIFORNIA
Morning Worship 11 a., m. 6s d 1
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH I I
Prayer meeting. Wednesday Evap. Milk TALL CAN 10,
d
7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams. Sunday School, 10 a. m. 0 CANTALOUPES
Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Training Union. 'I p.m. Evening 50 Extra*W Green Stamps SAVE 4-2/3 EACH. AMERICAN OIL Limit 3 with $5.00 order or more.
METHODIST CHURCIMSLROSK : Worship 8 p.m. Prayer,
WITH THIS COUPON'AND PURCHASE OF i '
Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pjn.
Rev., Charles Harvey pastor. Two PKGS. FROZEN GOLD KINSHushpuppies Sardines No-% CAN 5, tl

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Rr?. Kenneth W, Griffith CHURCH OF GOD 600 JUMBO
Pastor GOOD THRU AUGUST 10TH 27

Sunday School 9:45: &.m. i 422 N. St. Clair St. AT ANY'WINN-DIXIE. SAVE ]10*' EACH DEEP SdUTH \ SIZE
Worship 11 a. m. 61 Ac!
Sunday School, 10 a.M.

NEW RIVER BAPTIST Morning Worship. 11 a. m Mayonnai-se QUART 3:91
Evening Service, 7:30: p.m. Y- '
CHURCH; 'PE each Wednesday. 7:30: p. ,

Sunday School 10 a, m.I! m. Prayer- Meeting Friday, --- 59 Extra.(J J/"Green Stamps]-
'
I 7:30: pjn. L. S.. William
Morning Worship 11 a. m.i I .WITH., THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE a,.. .
;Training Union 6:30: p.m.Evening : pastor. '
I I ; FOUR No.'CANI BLUE BAY :::-.:::--
Worship, 7:30: p.m. Midweek '

Prayer Service Wednesday -i!I Fountain Estcrbrooi Cartridge 51.95.S.9S and- i Light I Meal. nkTuna .; : .. I t ".. ) 2 ',-:- r .: "
fem tt .
7 pjn.Everyone welcome. / _SOOO THRU,AUGUST IOTH :1 a' '. r .. .
M 95 at The TELEGRAPH. .. ;4> .
j AT ANY WINN-DIXIE iJJ8! P fs 4: .
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I IWORK. .. q '" '

(, : ':' YOUR I CHOICE i $ "- ; 7 YOUR I CHOICE I ..
I t> ?;'i. A !
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-SAVING STARCH flf 4 ? r
ALL GRINDS .. VAC PACKED ? N 1' li FROM JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

50 Extra##:,Green.Stamps1] j, l4t

I GIVES YOUR IRON WITH 1 PKS..C.t.THIS COUPON: .AND BlS, ,PURCHASE CO'FAMILY Of m.i"..n A s t or C'ff'_ ee m Detergent' ; %.


mm POWER Creme COOD..THRU, Sandwiches AUGUST IOTH 1 iti : 1 If ARROW Uft

Spud togndlM.Indr*.*ws-stick, hHinpraitnts |-- '66 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE T ]:J 1LB. CAN 4 9 ,y-,: ; GIANT BOX 3 %


,IUO-.Ita girmwits icotebrtsisUntiie I I 'I.. StaVchHOOD E ZI f' SAVE 10' ? J ? SAVE 11 -J 11m" .

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i CGxrf.. *ItllI \} VAC PACKED COFFEE 'Save JO NEW BLUE Save 211GIANT
Nj !J
\ 50 Extra x"Green Stamps!

E-Z WITH THIS ONE COUPON I4oi,AND BOTTLELislerine PURCHASE Of Foigers UN MB. 59, k+ 3. Cheer 58? 4!


I E' . <'i ?>... Limit 1 with $5.00 food It... Limit 1 with .$5.00 food #

bb i i. :) GOOD THRU ..o.mon< i1 order or more.. .. order or more. '
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I New Boat Laws In Effect Now I i to University of Florida Experiment -I RANDAL F. CHITTY, --

Safety : Let's CoGardening i! Stations turf work ATTEST: Mayor I

i :Merrill Edwards, City ClerkS

New safety regulations for for each passenger, one oar light, 112 degree range, vis- I ers.If you decide:! to see the -% 5t 8-30 General Electric's New Plant

boats plying Florida water3 : or paddle, and one anchor and 1 T I ible for one mile and one area. sow 2 to 3 pounds of IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,

iave teen received during the rope. Inboards must also be !I'I white light at bow, 225 degree -: I I\! carpet or bahia seed per l.OOOJ I, C OL'TY IX A\U::, FOR 11RADPORDFLORIDA..

past week from the State equipped with two ventilators :; range, visible for two I square feet of area. : In re: Estate of In Hague

*,Board of Conservation, ac- I..'I capable of removing gases I miles. 1:I By Hervey Sharpe I Plug-set grass and even Aotier Fred Carlton of Filing, deceased Petition For I

cordlng to the Bradford County j I from bilges on boats using | CLASS HI BOATS I Extension'', sprigged rows tend to turf up.i j Final Discharge of Executor
Honda Agricultural
: Sheriff's Department. I I gasoline or fuel of a flash I i [40 ft.65 ft.] I ( Frequent mowings and generous -;J Notice is hereby given that 1
Service i | hive filed my final returns as
J Th new safety laws, adopted ;I point less than 110 degree F. ',; Requirements are identicalto |i bi-monthly applications!i fcjtecutor of the estate of Fred WILL IMMEDIATELY HIRE

by the 1963 Florida Legislature -;j! unless the bilges are not Class three boats except I Pines are like people-you j, c nit.j&eu rIcn fertilizer will Carlton. deceased; that I have

; from Coast Guard reg- ;j decked over allowing natural... that three underwriter approved -I can hurt their feelings by cause the grass to level out. I tion filed my and petition for final for distribu-I

.ulations, went into effect July ;! ventilation and one flame arrestor ''I Class B-I extinguishers stepping on their "toes." I Keeping the soil moist ir.re..11 I I j abd that on August

"1; and have been enforced j I each carburetor to I Since pines can't talk they SHowerS will aid the i' Twill apply to the Honorable
on : or one Class B-II and one B- I Igrass Theron A. Yawn County Judge
since S then by state wildlife : prevent back-fire, except on 1, suffer in silence and often die to grow at top speed and I of Bradford County Florida for 20 BATTERY ASSEMBLERSTo
extinguishers required
j are as without hinting that you i.u H.J.' ine yard in one growing approval of said final returns
engines installed before No-
'B'and other law officers. Tax and for an order of distribution
well as one bell producing a I |i ii I II
,Collector J. R. Kelly, from : vembar 19, 1952. I crushed a vital organ. season. and for final discharge as executor ,
clear bell-like tone. i i Lawns be watered I of the will of Fred Carl-I Meet
,stakes enclosing tiny may any J Rapidly Increasing Customer Orders
[ Four
.hose. office boat registrations j!lOne white light aft visible ]j f time !I ton. deceased. i iII
The use of sirens and red during summer. The '
is one
I j for two miles not to be ob- pines in a safety zone July 2C. 1963. I
are issued, has not yet received -|I'I structed by any, part of the : flashing lights on any vessel I I i way of protecting the future i iia.n tnmg is to water lawns II MARVIN. HA ZEN. I
the new safety regula- Executor
I boat and visible in aU directions -, plying Florida waters, except I shade trees. This will keep i] carefully and avoid puddling. THOMAS & PIERCE ,

*tions. and one combination t police or fire boats will also : you from inching the whirling !; Where puddles of water gather -.!.i 203-205: Xorth Temple. Ave. I You Need No Snecial Experience Or

\ Kelly's office Is not even I I be prohibited after Jan. 1, lawn mower the last fatal inch j:i ij the grass is likely to be dtarke Florida
the I Estate of
I red and green light on Iscalded Attorneys for
registering any boats except 1964. trying to cut the last sprigof by sun-heated water. Fred Carlton, deceased.
forward deck visible for j
new ones that have I. one I Persons convicted of viola- I Most 7-25:! 4t -315i
c never mile are also required. {j grass. watering systems do i I .I Ii Educational Requirements To ApplyFORMER
.been registerd. He said Monday CLASS 1 BOATS : ting the provisions of the act i Carefully removing a ring not put enough water to puddle -i ----

I I will te guilty of a misdea- I|: of sod around all trees and on sandy soils. If water i IN COUXTY JUDGE'S COURT,
that ft-26
: he expects to receive I [(16 ftl] II j I IlOne 1\ AND FOR BRADFORD
I I I meanor which calls for a ;, replacing the turf with an stands in spots in the lawn, COUNTY FLORIDA. I
word about the new decals life saving- deVIce approved I
|j i maximum penalty of $200 fine inch layer of white gravel, or 'check for the reason. There In re: Estate of
: and boat registration by Aug. by the coast guard for i j I Claude Lucian May, deceased. j jI HOUSEWIVES, WAITRESSES,
I i or 90 days in jail. or both. | sea shell will prevent shaggy may be a hardpan near the
I Notice of Petition For
15. The attorney general has i each passenger, one anchor I II Filing CLERKS ETC. ARE AMONG THOSE
I II I The act also states that it is i looking grass from clinging surface, or the soil may bet Final Discharge of I, ,
:"ruled I and rope, one underwriter approved I
however, that boats enforceable by agents of the j to tree trunks and will give'packed too tightly. In any Administrator < WHO NOW FILL THESE POSITIONS
with motors of 10 horsepower! fire extinguisher, and: I I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ;i .
dressed Sun- j case loosen the soil to
your yard a up prevent I
hand-mouth State Board of Conservation,I : >i IN OUR PLANT.If .
: $*>r'less do not have to be I lone or p'weroperated -
reg- whistle or horn capable I i the Game and Fresh Water day look seven days a week. standing: water from!I Notice is hereby given that I i ii .
Istered. The gravel will I harming the I i have filed my final returns as.
I serve an-
I i grass.
of producing a blast of I II I Fish Commission, the sheriffs I'I administrator of the estate of
The new boating safety lawsas two seconds duration and aud- I of the various counties and other purpose. Instead a f I How close to keep a lawn Claude Lucian :May deceased; You Do Not Already Have An Application On File
passed by the legislatureare I barking the shins of the trees trimmed is very important. that I have filed my petition for I j
ible for a distance of one- any other authorized law enforcement final discharge: and that I will :
: half mile. officer.50ATDRAIN with lawn mower you will get i The fine strains of bermuda apply to the Honorable Theron i With This Company, Call ..Alachua 462-3911

your shins barked by flying and zoysias respond favorablyto A. Yawn, County Judge of ,

CLASS[under"A"16 BOATS ft.] Lighting and for additional inboards requirements BAPTIST gravel if you push the mower I I Vz to 1 inch mowing. The August Bradford 30 County 1963. for Florida approvalof on'' Between The Hours Of Thurs., Aug. 8.8 A. M. 8 P.. M.
are
into the gravel pit. This built-!j!' common bermuda does better the same and for final discharge Or Friday, Aug. 9, 8 A. M. 8 P. M.\
One life saving device, approved identical to those of Class cnuitcn; in protection will save many if kept at least an inch talL as administrator of the ;i .
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estate of Claude Lucian May. ; .t .
II'I
"A" boats.
by the coast guard. Sunday School. 10 a.m. bleeding trees if you hire the St. Augustine generally August 6. 1963.RICHARD. I.
CLASS II BOATS
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. grass cut by someone who is looks best when cut about two DALE MAT '
[26 ft-39 ft.] interested in I I Administrator of the estateof .
Training Union, 6:30 p. m more money inches and centipede and Claude Lucian May deceased .
One life saving device approved -
than trees.
I! Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m carpet grasses will thrive if .
by the coast guard.
I Propagation THOMAS & PIERCEAttorneysatLaw
kept one to two inches
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. high.
i I for each passenger, one an- .
I Some folks claim they don'thave .
Frequency of is y '
7:30 In. mowing 203-205 North Temple Ave. i
p. I
I[ chor and rope two underwriter good luck in rooting just as important as heightof Starke, Florida [ An Equal Opportunity Employer

: approved Class B-I fire ex- PENTECOSTAL' plants. Now is the time to cut. Some authorities First publication August 8,
say
tinguishers [portable type] or 1S63. ,
( 324 W, Erownlee St. prove that they are wrong. never cut more than '/a inch 8-8 4t 8-29 I .
one fire extinguisher Class B- i .
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Check around your yard andyou'll of grass per mowing. -- -- -
II, and one hand-mouth or discover that have
Charley .Morning Worship, 11 a. m. you Activities
power operated whistle or propagated a number of plants If poinsettias are getting

horn capable of producing a Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p. m. without half trying. leggy, you'd better pinch .

blast of two seconds duration Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Check around the azaleas.If them back. To get low. bushy ij I

and audible for a distance of 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick in a weak moment you plants with more blossoms for

Johns i one mile. Additional require- at all services.-uavid T. Me- "hid" a brick by tossing it j Thanksgiving and Christmas

ments for inboards are identical Ghee, pastor. into the clum of azaleas you j. decorations, keep the poinset-
to the ones for Class '"A" have rooted a plant. The i
about this question may i tia plants pinched back until 20 Words or les, one time .!5 Memorials, Resolutions. Be per iroit
: boats. brick in holding a branch of
Recent Birth midAugust.The If not paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 59 words 2.51
: the plant in contact with II
"My neighbor statea that Lighting requirements call moist soil has likely caused spring flush of hibiscusis Keyed or Blind Ada 1.00 Over 50 words ... ., 5c per wwf

jny personal liability in-| for one white, 360 degree Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doodge roots to form. about half-ripened by now Each additional word over 20 u--- O Display ads In Classified 1.50 per lot*

r surance does not cover me 1 range, light visible for two I: and will make excellent tip
of Starke announce the adop- Either you -, or Pido -
[in outboard motor boat miles, one green running light, cuttings for propagating this
ac- tion of a son, William Jackson, scratching dirt or mulch on I popular ornamental. INSURANCE SPACE FOR ONE TRAILER Bradford County- The County
cidents if the motor is 25',112 degree range, -visible for lower limbs of number [ -
the a i AT
REDUCED RATES well lot inj of Planned Progress stamps
on July 31. j The cutting should root in on large shaped .
!:!HP or over. lie says ani, one mile, one 'red running |r of plants will result in plant I about four to six weeks and AUTO FIRE BOAT desirable neighborhood. Wa-,: $1.14 at Telegraph. .

:'added' premium must bei i I:[: propagation. Digging around I Ii I the plants produced will INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY ter furnished. Couple only,i'UI FOR SALE-5 acres of cleared

paid for liability protection I I i' plants such as the crepe i bloom in about nine months. Phone 964-4501 with good references. Call land, 1H mi- east of Starke,

'on a motor'or motors (on. DEPENDABLE SERVICE myrtlewill cause the roots" Hold the fertilizer from roses tfchg, 82-99694 St. Augustine after Good clean all modern large

one boat) totalling 25 HP Akridge Taxi Service 1 you cut to send up a plant. if they have been well i COLORED H 0 U SEWIVE3,' 5 pm.: Information, write 20 home. 3 bedrooms, family
Around hedges are good fertilized Central Ave. Read The Classifieds! room, 1\ or more. Does this hold for earlier. Roses like a I Rural Ladies- There is earning ltp
places to look for propagation place, Beauti-Pleat drapes
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liability insurance either in accidents. Birds and squirrels rest about now and about all I opportunity for you in WHY PAY RENT? Own your IF YOUR NAME IS wall to wall carpet, lots of

a Homeowners or a Com usually take their "loot" to you can do now is to keep your community representingAvon own Mobile Home. As low as FOUND AMONG THE built in cupboards. Shop and

the water flowing plus pre- Cosmetics and Toiletries. $395.00 down. Use your car.
prehensive Personal Liability barn combined. $12,800.00.
the shade. The left-over seeds I' CLASSIFIED ADS CALL
boat orfurniture down ,
i for'
venting an attack from insects Opening in Bradford County. Homestead no taxes. Also
PoJicy1"Charley of their meals often become :
and diseases. I Write payment. TRAILER MART, AT THE TELEGRAPH
i Ovida C, Sweat, P. O.
ii i I j living plants. My best pyra- Being Box 540 Live Oak Fla. INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468, OFFICE FOR A FREE Simplicity Tractor and imple
II stingy with the fertilizer 8-8cg ments. 2 with calf, 18
E. Johns I I cantha came via the feathered -- East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg cows
,! route. now will give you more CHRISTMAS SELLING season TICKET, TO THE FLORIDA chickens and other articles

PHONE : ; rose blooms of better quality will soon be here. Prepare now Lewis Muir caa go with sale. Telephone
Agency
If nature or accidents are THEATRE.
I during the fall HOUSEWIFE extra 964-3043 'Starke. Fla.
and winter. for large profits selling beau- earn mon

PHONE 9C4-0121 not propagating the plants I'' Now is a good time to expand tiful Avon Gifts in Kingsley ey in spare time, selling Sarah 4tchsr_ 8-15
Starke, flA. 964-2681 :[ you desire, then consider constructing I --- -
Coventry Contact Ra G. S. Odom
131 S. Walnut St. I the daylily collection. Lake and Clay Hill areas. : Jewelry. FOR RENT Small furnished

I| a rooting case. Al- j' Lift the heavy daylily Write Mrs. Donna Burns P. O'i chel Griff, 111 E. Washington. apartment, air conditioned,
II most wooden box on FOR SALE-One Penyan boat
I,[ any clumps, shape off the dirt ani Box 448. Gainesville Itchg -. tfchg.j-- fiberglass & $50 mo.-M. R. Judd 127 Lafayette -
J' knee-high legs will take the with new cover
---- you can see that the clumps COINS BOUGHT / Ph. 964-5951.
stoop out of the chore. I Six Acre Farm electric 35 HP Johnson motor.
will 8-15
divide into smaller .units. EXCHANGED 2tchg
Construct the case at least Modern two bedroom frame. Can be seen at Starke Builders
I Have your new bed I I Pay current market value
ready for FOR RENT Farm house
eight inches deep. Fill with I home paved road, 3Va miles of Supplies. tfchg j
the lilies. Plant the small Starke. 6000.00 for old coins: Indian Head I! $40.00 per month. Call 964-
five inches of medium
rooting
I clumps on 12-inch squares on A. J. Thomas Realtor Pennies. Gold Coins, Cojn- FOR SALE-Live Rubber Tile 6081, after 6 p.m., call 969-
leaving head for
I room leafy I the bed. Dress the newly -- ---- memoratives, Medals, Tokens, [12 colors 1 as low as 8c each; 2292. itch:
tips of the cuttings. I EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Foreign Coins. --
planted bed with a blanket of 3-16 to 3-8 thick. Excellent-
. fh Rooting media are plentiful. -! leaves or WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Applyin Denver R. DevrlckD : for repair jobs. Do It yourself Milo Smith

- .__(; (LI-t Sand is the most widely I Remember compost. person. Federal Quality & W Auto Supply or let us give free estimate.M. FOR SALE Westinghouse

lt.4r used in cutting cases. Other their daylilies hold Homes. tfchg 416 E Brownlee St. R. Judd Tile Co. 127 Lafayette washer and dryer, 110 volt, 12
I i
color '
materials include vermiculite. longer if grown so FOR RE'T2 bedroom unfurnished tfchj.FOR Phone 964-5951. cubic ft. Refrigerator. 5 h. p.

- -' 1 -' I. 1 peat moss peanut hulls, and that they are shaded in the house. 307 N. Cherry SALE- 1955 Dodge V-8 4tchg 8-29 motor, riding lawnmower 10

_ r .. .. .. : : .;: .11 ,- : sawdust. the afternoon.north If possible, select St. Apply Bradford Engin- with heater. For information dozen canning jars. 964-7952

? 'I For your rooting project Select or east side of a eering Company. tfchg call Raymond Morgan, at 964- BIRD DOG PUPPIES for saleC. 2tp 8-15
building in
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softwood tips three or lily bed. locating the day- FOR SALE1961 Ford Fair- 2721. Itchg. E. Stancil, Rt. 1 Box 44A, FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room--

four inches long. Trim the l laue Fordor Sedan. Will tradeon FOR SALE- Frame house. 2 2tchg 8-15 2 bath, house, utility room

cutting leaving the upper two Mobile home and pay dif- large comer lot, 'newly decorated
I:, COUNTY acres of land, water pump and HOUSE FORRENT-on Grit-
or three leaves intact. Next, 1\ JUDGE'S cornT, feience. See at Crawford's I Inside. 210 E. Adkins St.
AND Fon IIHADPOHIJ heater, on Road 16. Contact fis 3 unfur-
bedrooms
insert the cuttings into the COC.\TV, .'LOIUD.In .\. Ttnneco on N. Temple Ave. Loop; ; key next door. tfchg.
rooting demium. After flood- re: Estate of tfchs DeWitt Crews, 783 Pa MarcheDr. nished Phone 969-1682. Itchg ,
Aiva N. Colson FOR SALE-Reasonable priced
deceased. .
Jacksonville Fla. phon
ing in, cover the case with NOTICE TO CREDITORS NEW AND USED-Chain saws used Televisions. Refrig*

glass cheesecloth or clear All creditors of the estate of Insurance Problems? 7812399. 2tp 8-15 $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. erators. Washers. Excellent

plastic. Keep the cuttings Alva hereby N.notified Colson deceased, are Call The Man From FOR SALE- Talking Mynah Lawn mowers sales and ser Condition. Bulllngton Appliances

10 PC. Sofa Bed Group Compare at $i69.95 damp with daily mist-like file any claims and or required demands to "TRAVELERS"George Bird. See L. T. Crews. Mitchell's vice. Your McCulloch Dealer tfchf
which Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivt
sprays on the leaves.If they may have against E. LaRue Drug Store. Itchg I

count Yon would never know this lovely sofa you use plastic or glass said county estate judge In of the Bradord office of County the Keystone Heights Agt. For PEYTON JI.OBIST N.3411.East Gainesville, Fla.tfchg 6- HASTINGS MATTRESS

(COMBINATIONS contained a comfortable full size bed. $$13 9!95 cover, be sure the cutting pro- .i at, Starke.Florida Florida in the within courthouse six "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I& UPHOLSTERY WORKS

ject is located in the shade, 473-4692
calendar Day,
months '
O Sofabed S :Matching: S 2 End from the date PHONE 964-4155
Black: & Brown O 2 Pillows I otherwise you will stew the of the first publication of this 473-4325 Nites. Electra-Tronics Inc. 710 Lemon St. PaUtkf
e Coral & Turq. Pull-up TablesCocktail notice. Each claim or demand NIGHT 964-3831 or 969-1022 ,
Matching Chair $10 Down plants instead: of root them. must be in writing and must Auto Fire Home Business Furniture Repaired,

Trimmed with state the place or residence and Monthly Payment Plan DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Industrial Division Sales, Service -j:
Platform. 2 Beautiful I Upholstered & Refinished
Ivory Plastic' $2.50 A Week j post office address of the claim- Available We Wire Ftowen Anywhere Repairs on Motors Gene|

Rocker Lamps Table Green lawns, money and ant the and claimant must, his be agent sworn, or to his by tfchg. tfchi enters, Switching ar.d Controls -'I MATTRESSZS REBUILTNew

maidens have one thing in attorney, or it will become void ,--- Welders and Tools Power j
: according to law. FOR RENT- House trailer. I' Innerspringsand
Transformer J
Other Famous Badcock commonall have eye ap July 24. 1963. :MAMA PRIEST KINDER- '' Can be moved lot. J. Conversion
on your Box Springs
I Sofabed Grouping $99.95 to $199.95 I pealWith R. A. SR.Colson.,A. Colson. GARTEN Open House and B. White. 2tchg 8-8 Service and Repairs to AB*
Administratorof
average luck and hard the Estate of Alva N. registration August 27-28. 9 Heavy Industrial Electrical. Drop Us A Card or CaD
FOR SALE-14 ft. Norge refrigerator -
work many gardeners enjoyall Colson. deceased. ajn.-ll am. and 2'P.m.-5 p. Equipment i PALATKA KA 5-91(1
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First with 80 lb. freezer.
three. But if publication on August1st. m. 5tchg 8-29 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. Gvlll
your spouseis 1963. 1st class condition. Also. 4 ft. STARKE S64-59S4
an auditor, it is safer to I! 8-1 4t 822NOTIC1 FOR SALE 5 room house cold spot deep freezer. Can be PHONE 372-1280 MEL PEGGY 8HALLES,

invest in lawns.So I with bath and 4 lots. 585 tfchg.
: OP ELECTION repaired. See at 637 N. Walnut SUrke, Agent

if you have grass to1 I July 16. 1963 W. Washington St. $8,000.00, St. 2tp 8-8 -I'
I, Randal F. Chitty. Mayor of I' -S
plant, do it now as summer the terms $3,000.00 down. Balance WILL WE DONT I FOR RENT
City of Starke Florida by TAKE CARE of children j 3 rooms and
is the ideal time to initiate a virtue of the authority vested In $60.00 month. Phone 964-1273. day or night. Also washIng I bath furnished house. Newly

green outdoor carpet. Also, we by law do hereby call a 2tp 8-15 or ironing Phone 964-3522 Sell you we help you buy. decorated. Phone
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first
primary election to be held 1
i Good selection af new and 9642261.Uclij
summer rains and warm temperatures at the Fire Station In the a- FOR RENT- Furnished air-, 4tp 8-16; ."
,
used 8' and 10' wide Mobile '
; foresaid town by qualified voters : ;
promote rapid on Tuesday, September 10, conditioned efficiency apart-I FOR SALE- Ford tractor used i' Homes. FOR RENT Furnished" apartment :

III growth. 1S63 A. D., for the. purpose of ment. Ideal for refrigerator, used gas I Ii LAKE GENEVA : at rear of store. 321
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Start the lawn by either sod, I electing the following officers: or girl Located across from i range. Like new food freezer.! N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.
MAYOR for Two TRAILER PARK
Tears
plug or seed. Sod is the immediate i BHS. Renner Apartments. APply Phone 964-7191. tfchg!I II
GROUP Xo. 2. One tfchg
Alderman
Market : I I! 1 ml SE of Keystone Ht .
2 I : answer to a ground For Two Tears. at 633 McMahon. St. tfchg!I ZIP CODE -rAMPS FOR ; _
GROUP No. 4. One Alderman.For i on Route 100 FOR RENT 4
i cover, but costs more than COUNTY i I rooms and
Scoop 'Twi Tear NEWLY DECORATED furn- SALE AT BRADFORD -
i : other methods. CHIEF OF POLICE for Two ished apartments. One and TELEGRAPH. tfchg:, hall Duplex unfurnished

Gibbs Plugs take only a fractionof Y'.rCity... two bedrooms. Reasonable. house. Private entrance $35.00
SPECIAL 95 I Clerk. Treasurer Tax: SPECIAL: $8.50 Permanent for FOR SALE I
grass as compared with sod. Lights and water fun shed. per mo. 708 Lake St. Phon
FACTORYPURCHASE ,2 9 Assessor & Tax Collector, for I just $6.50. Aug. 14 through Ready mix concrete concrete
Sprigging takes even less grass Two T ars. i Contact 431 Center St. or 964-7964. tf chg
and is quite enonomical on a insp PCtors for said Election: phoRe 964-7191 or 964-6551. i'I 31stGladys' Beauty Salon i block house piers, sand, Cernent I.

$34.73 V l..1. I Mrs. Myrtice Dennis Mr*. Er- tfchg Keystone Heights. Ph. 473. : mortar mix, rocc steel, BE SURE TO SEE World Book
do-it-yourself budget. nestine Denmark. Albert Foster I 4173. ltchg i eyiter shell limerock. roof before buying
tufted" any other Encyclopedia.
Dup, loom pillow-bock Charl"* HaY'v.Irs.: J. E. Har-
FURNITUREDeakr I Seed is rarely used exceptfor i '
LOST Ladies' yellow-gold I gravel lintels. BRADFORD M.
foam Mat, tutatendlng comfort! lv, Mrs. Peggy Shaller. Ray : II A. Payne, your
"Soft.TollC"" vinyl plastic covtn bermuda carpet, bahia or' tone, Mrs. W. D. Thomas, C:'oton wrist watch between i ZIP CODE STAMPS $1 at ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521, I local representative since 1956.

in 9eid-senJ-svnet.bt9ck.foam. For rye grass. Mrs. Margaret B. WIlliams! school and Walnut Street. Bradford County Telegraph I Starke. tfchg P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794.!
Mrs. Owen
Vaughn. Mrs. Kath-
An outstanding vo'ut! Bermuda, St. Augustine,: erine Chism (alternate), Mrs. I Rtward. 364-2881. tfchg I I II tfchg
Bad cock FOR SALE-3 bedroom_house _
Furniture 1 1I
centipede and carpet are Sue Miles (alternate). I Mrs. George W. Brown
sprigged on 8 to 12 inch cen- In Testimony whereof. I here WOULD LIKE TO BUY-I with 2 baths screened porch. I II FOR SALE-3 bedroom house
unto subscribe TOV name and earthworms at 2 central heating oak floors. I In Saratoga
.ters. Slower-growing zopsia- my place SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE! Heights. James A.

128 S. Walnut St. "Old Park. Theatre Building" grass should be sprigged on, rao be e the hereunto S ul of affixed the aId this townto the : miles S on Road 100. Mrs. H.I Green Acres Call' George P. Doyle Conner Farm, North!t Sullivan- Phone 964-8084

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t I !. .ft -f;. If. STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1963
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t'YTv'YYYYYT'TYYYYYVVVYY'l' the family-of Joseph Starling tucky, spending some time

who passed away Friday with Mr. Kelly's sisters Mrs.A. .

: 'edtt: _. Bayless Hiway night. P. Hallman in Chattanooga,

Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett Tenn., and Mrs. H. C, Adams FLORIDA

lost .their home by fire Sun- in Charleston S. C. They also '
By airs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAALIAAAAI
day afternoon. No at visited Mr.. and
one was Mrs. L. H.
These Two Goals Too Important Our Soil 0 Our Strength home at the time and it wasa Futch at their summer homein

total loss. Friends regret Clayton, Ga.
Soil Conservation Pvt.
Joe Sapp of Fort Jack-
For their misfortune.Mrs Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Carter
Conflict
InterestAs '
Of son spent 'the: weekend with
NEW C. E. Srickland and and granddaughter, Brenda THEATRE-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. El-
daughter were dinner guestsof Sue visited Mr. and Mrs.

ig often the case in a growing case for expanded facilities and no one Bj Bill Haas don Mr.Sapp.and Mrs. Ellery Sapp i' Miss Elizabeth Terry Thurs. John Aguiar in Jacksonville

community, a difference of opinion denies their need. They feel that they Soil Conservation Service visited relatives in Gainesville day.The Sunday. OPENING TIME

came into the open at the City Council have gone as far as they can under the last Thursday. H. E. Priest family visited Richard Donnie, and Mike, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
The Board of Supervisorsfor Cypress Gardens, Bok Tower sons of H. C. Crews of Clearwater 6:00 P. M.
meeting Tuesday night concerning the present set-up and some phases of the Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards
the Bradford and other points of inter- are spending the
Soil Conser- sum- SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY
best use of a 'piece of property that program are actually being curtaileddue and daughter of Jacksonville 2:00
vation District held their est during the week. mer with their grandmother,
had been previously ear-marked by to lack of the both reg- visited Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
necessary area, ular monthly meeting i nj Roger and: Gloria Padgettwill Mrs. Mamie Crews. Mr. and
the Council as an industrial park. indoor and outdoor. Starke. Those present were: Norman Tuesday. They were return home this week after Mrs. Crews and Joyanne Friday, Saturday- Aug. 9, 10

As the situation now stands, Starke The Recreation Board has done a Sam McGarvey. Z. W. Hamilton accompanied home by Mrs. a two weeks visit with brought the boys up and visit-

and Bradford County are consideredto tremendous job with what it has had Leaton Morgan Jr., Fos- Murla several Hubbard weeks with who has the spent Nor- their cousins in Winter Ha- ed over the weekend. Other DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

be in an enviable: position in their to work with, and Starke has probablythe ter Slit Smith and Lonnie visitors were Mr. and Mrs.
mans. ven.Mr.
struggle to attract'new industry due most effective and efficiently operated Harley and Supervisors; Bill Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby : and Mrs. Oscar Carter Bill Woodard of Clearwater. THE GIART STORY ELVIS "

to the fact that approximately 28 program of any town of com- Haas and Leon Carter, Soil spent their vacation visiting Glennanne and Glennette
were guests of their son and 'E
acres are available for use as possi- parable size in Florida. To paraphrase Conservation Service. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. points of interest in Ontario Crews returned with them fora BF .MODERN. HAWAII t: I PRE LEV r "

ble factory sites in the industrial park, Mr. Churchill, "Seldom has so much The Board nominated Sam Sherman Crosby and familyOf and Manitoba. Canada and in I visit. Miss Vera Crews of : -
and Leaton some of the states. The lasc I Jacksonville visiting her A /Anus
McGarvey Mor- was
and the county was also fortunate to been done by so few with so little." High Springs last Thursday. I -
Jr. to continue two, weeks they were at Hot, mother Thursday and t i't
gan serving on Friday.
have set rup an Industrial Development The unpaid members, of this board deserve They and Mr. and Mrs. Doub r :
the Board. The formal elec- Springs, Ark. Mrs. Beulah
} financial and have Adams and family, and James ( GIRlS e1
the
Authority'itp backing froma actually gratitudeof tion will be held October 10, Norman and son Danny of a +! fi.kt.

portion of the county's. race track the entire community for what they 1963. The Bradford Soil Con- Douglas of Jacksonville en- South Miami accompanied THE RIGHT POINT for the .

money set aside annually for this pur- have accomplished in the few years servation District is directedby joyed Mr. a and picnic Mrs.at Hart B, J.Springs.Eggers them; on the trip. They have way you write. Come in and Gt. "

Starke has had an organized recrea- a board of supervisors and family of Jacksonville returned to their home. select your favorite ESTER. GIIllS'
pose.With ,
a desirable site, and "money tion program.We ,I composed of five locally elected spent Saturday with her parents -i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starlingof BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE rwiNKOIOR't .1.. .;

in the bank" Starke and Bradford feel, however, that both of men., The supervisors who the T. N. Normans. Avon Park were weekend GRAPH. ,.. /
serve without pay, determinethe visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H- C. ._ ....:-:,.: ... _- ;
County were considered in a positionto these elements of a well-balanced com- and develop Miss Gloria Knight has Harley and family. Mr. Star- fo.3W. :"-4.-. eaPaIo.m.' "'' : -- '."... I'IJfft.
move promptly and positively whenan munity-recreation facilities and in- program a spent several weeks with relatives '
work plan for the district. ling is Mrs. Harley's brother. DIAMOND! HEAD ,
industrial opportunity presented it- dustrial development-are too important in Lake City and Jack- : e \
They handle the business or Nelson Blocker and two __ t
self. True, such an has for one to gain at the of sonville.Mr. i iiM.i )
opportunity expense i Muol/lliz.l AurI ..fame
administrative details of the sons and Mr. Barber of Lake rnr ..... ., ."
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp "-.IIou........ _
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not arisen since,the site and the money the other. The ultimate goal of a well- local organization and receive City visited Mrs. A. H. Harley ea..
became rounded Mrs. T. N. Norman, and Mrs. =; .,;;:..r1EmOm' !@)S[@SJPDdyWlnJJMlI3IDYl11lLIliA
available, but there is no way community would not be best and act on applications for visitingMr. Sunday. ut 1IIiI1IIII.1LI
Murla Hubbard were Q LlI IIIiiUI Gus
of knowing when the opportune time served by "robbing Peter to pay Paul" technical help from farmers. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson Weekend visitors of Mr. and

might come-it could be tomorrow, or which is exactly what taking away The Board also made plansto in Gainesville Monday. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright were .r Sun., Mon., Tues. -- Aug. 11, 12, 13

next week, or even next year. The important the industrial site to use for recrea- attend the eighteenth an- Mrs. Alma Dyal and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling of I

thing is to be ready to swing tion purposes would be. We feel that nual meeting of the Florida and Mrs. Pat Glover of Hamp-; Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. { i tASK DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

into action "when and if." every alternative should be exhausted Association of Soil and Wa- ton attended church services starling of Eaton Park, FO* FREE DEMONSTRATION
ter Conservation District Supervisors Mrs. W. A. Rhoden of Ocala, .
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This before such
drastic
.strategic} position enjoyed by measures are given Sunday and were dinner : mfJy
which will be held and Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Johnsof Command Power WILD A H KHAKI!
the city and county has been threatened serious consideration.The guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Gravely DEfIlE' ..wr.... .," ?: !
in Jacksonville August 14, 15, Jacksonville. Their son $. ,' ;
in recent weeks by the Chamber of Commerce board Dyal and family.. .
request of 16. The theme of the meetingis Cylde is spending his vacation Terry's Saw Shop REYNOLDS HI.t
the City Recreation Board that a ma- in presenting its resolution, recognizedthe "Conservation Opportunities Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmanand with them this week. > YLovis" '

jor portion of the\ designated industrial needs and the importance of the in the Race for Space." Mr. 'and Mrs. wrest-Kirby Mrs. R. E. Lee and children No. 2 1IJ1. 'IN ,; ,

park be. transferred by the for recreation program, and offered its Thomas attended the ."' ; .
city Complete soil and waterconservation Jacksonville accompanied by Mr. Lee'smother IJJr 1JA ,
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ling matches in : 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. fl ; & r i
use 'of the Recreation Department in assistance in helping the Recreation farm plans were Mrs. Clemmie Lee, t
Thursday night. Gainesville Phone :
372-3588 W
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expanding its program and facilities. Board solve its problems of future ex received for J. T. Smith. W. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elixson I who they picked up at her L I1

This request was met at the council pansion. We believe that the offer was H. Nollman and :Mrs Ana Jan- and children of Worthington II home in Enigma, Ga., were "

meeting Tuesday night by resolutionsfrom made in good faith and, although it ssen.We Springs visited his brother I visiting :Mr. Lee's sister in I1h"HHlCOlDR-1 .

the board of directors of the may not be an easy one to accomplish, were sitting on J T. and sister-in-law, :Mr. and I Atlanta, Ga. last week. SI_ 11
CUFf DAVID HAL
Chamber of the Smith's front porch discussinghis and :Mrs. Colson Smith of Jackson- Fun For All "
Commerce and also the two groups, working together, sister-in-law. Mr. WAll1S '
farm ai.d watchingit ville, cousin of Oscar Carter I ROBERTSON JANSSEN I
plan a -
Development Authority asking that should be able to come up with a sat- Kenneth Elixson, Wednesday I 1 ... ,
rain when he remarked, "I visited the Carters on
the Edwards Loop tract continue to be isfactory solution. night. I SCOTCHDOUBLES I'
I DAVID W/ YNE +
stand of .
sure got a good grass Lyons spent Saturday.Neal Ete Heckart-Hans{ Conried'MaijlAcCart.}
reserved for purposes of industrial development Tuesday night's meeting served a by using that seeder cultipacker Miss Phyllis with Phillips, who is taking -' -. aC'ampm- PHYLLIS K.RK
week I ley6mi6arT JuMfaNe
last A'xeGl
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in accordance with its previous worthwhile purpose in spotlightingthe it looks like every seed several days two weeks training with the 6o: .a-... PETER LORRE-JOE MANTELl
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in Baldwin.Mr. wTl! ..
relatives ri Joseph CHilli)Roa"'ood" GENE EVANS .
designation 'by the council. needs of the Recreation Depart- came up." When planting grass and Mrs. Fred Broad- National Guard 'at' Fort Stewart I A PARAMOUNT RELEASE. NW410YSPJ b Oa..4-Or.f.r"SM ,.UtaM.... mr.'Jm'"OUC' ;KOI

The Recreation ''Department spokesmen ment. The needs of industrial develop- seed it pays to use the right well of Jacksonville announce Ga.;,spent Saurday and I

I have forcefully presented their ment type of equipment. Sunday with :Mrs. Phillips and i
were already all too obvious. the birth of a son in Riverside i Wed., Thurs. -- Aug. 14, 15
Hospital last Thursday.Mrs. son, Kenny. I
First Baptist ChurchW. Broadwell is the former Weekend visitors of Mr. and !

I Governor Said of Mr. Mrs. Elmer Higginbothamwere i
Bryant It Well Joyce Crosby, daughter

A. Began Pastor and Mrs. L. A. .Crosby Dyal aunt. Mrs.Mrs. Carrie Higginb Colburn"Jand :>tham's i\I Every pla you go you'll II be hearing aoout!

1 Sermon for Sunday. Au:. 11 Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry

Florida can take pride in the appearance Constitution which declares that the morning, "Life Made Over"Jeremiah and children visited, and the Mrs.Jackson-George Ga., and daughter her parents of Homerville, Mr. and j|' EVERY

and the presentation made by enumeration of certain rights in the [ 18 :41 Evening Alvarez last Thursday. Mrs. Charlie Bowen of Palat- .. a plCTHE
Zoo
ville
"That Ye Sin Not" [I John
Governor Farris Bryant last week in Constitution shall not be construed to Sorry to hear that Mike ,ka.Mr. Ii
THURS.
testifying before the Senate Commerce deny or disparage other rights retained 2:1.1Schedule: School, Conner is on the sick list with and Mrs. C. E. Titus of: NITECALL

Committee in opposition to the socalled by the people. He held that the 9:45 Training: Sunday Union, 6:15 an infected ear. Hawthorne were visiting the I: I INN...THE GUESTS..THE SENSATIONS OF THE GREAT BEST SELLER!
: ajn.
civil rights public accommodationsbill. right of control by the owners of law- Worship Services, 11 a.m., Rev. and.Mrs. ,C. A. Crosby R. E. Lee family Sunday. Mrs. 964-6261 I ;g.o:
-- p.m.
ful businesses of the manner in which 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting were attending to business in Titus is Mr; Lee's aunt. i For Information I ,
Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs.j FROMWARNER BROS. TECHNICOLOR'
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Making it clear at the outset that their properties should be used, and Wednesday 7:30 pin. Jacksonville :Monday and ____;_
L. H. Hinote were visiting Mr. STARRING ,
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he was arguing neither for nor against the persons they choose to serve, wasa spent the night with their son i SANDRA

segregation as such, the Governor right retained to them by the Con- it's upset too a much farmer rain.and this time and daughter-in-law Crosby. Mr. and and children Mrs.in W.Lake C. Phillips City Wed-and i; Starke Lanes EGAN MCGUIRE. KENNEDY{ .DONAHUE

made his case on the premise that stitution. His argument, based on rea- :Mrs. Billy Crosby nesday. I
Bobby
and Mrs.
the question that must be resolved is son and logic, was in marked contrastto We've a new gadget at our and Mr.baby, and Mrs. Marie Visiting: Mr. and Mrs. L. C.i AMUSEMENT -

one involving conflicting demands for the bombastic, emotional outburstsof place- hummingbird feed- SUxson of Jacksonville were Hilliard Sunday were Mrs. J. CENTER .

freedom between the private ownersof some of the Governors of other er-and the thing works likea dinner guests Monday of theC. A. Ogilvie, Mrs. Raymond Su-,. I

hotels, stores, and other properties, states. For this reason, it undoubtedlyhad magnet for our pet hummer C. Crosbys. ber and Mr. and Mrs. Leon : -

classed as public facilities by the bill more telling effect on membersof which we have named Hebe. Misses Goldie Thomas of Starling and children, all of:

and persons seeking to do business the committee, and reasonable read- The beautiful bird which LaCrosse, and Yvonne Conner Jacksonville.Mr. I

with such owners. ers throughout the nation.At looks like a flying gem, hovers spent Tuesday at JacksonvilleBeach. and Mrs. H. E. Kelly i

Forcefully reminding the committeethat at the feeder long enoughso : have returned from their va- REVIVAL I
the conclusion of his testimony,
of
cation. They visited points
the rights of majorities should we can study it at leisure Everyone is welcome to
Governor Bryant was highly compli- Nature's interest in Georgia, South
of Sunday
not be sacrificed to the rights of minorities and marvel at one church services every

Governor Bryant contendedthat mented by members of the committee.It most incredible. productions. starting with Sunday Schoolat Carolina, Tennessee, and Ken-

the pending bill is a violation of is a pleasure to add our complimentsto 10 a. m., and preaching I ..
feeder witha 6:30
We loaded the services at 11. BTU at p.
the Ninth Amendment to the Federal theirs.Farmer's mixture of honey and water m., and evening worshiP. at 30-Gal. Dearborn

and for several days Alice had 7:30. Friday night will be

.._,_, 11 ._, I ._If ,.. ,...., _. ._.. whereby a grower under con- the time of her life studyingthe Youth Meeting at '7:30 and HOT WATER

tract will raise 20, 30 or 40 fantastic bird [a female all young people are invitedto

p DiaryBy acres of berries and "set off" ruby-throated variety]. Then attend. HEATER Eveligroell BaptistOhutuch

production at the market the bees discovered the feeder

auction bid- little Hebe vyyyvVvvvvvvVn
Sam McGarveyany thus by-passing and from then on yyvty
I ding or an open market. Ac- had to fight her way at the v

profit. cording to our informantand feeder. LAWTEY
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[ he knows the berry business -I

], if this practice grows The battle resembled an I ,
Berry growers are still talking By Iou BlanchsrdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
here, the result will be the aerial "dog-fight" with Heb ;
about the '
fine meeting
breaking of the market here darting at one bee and at : f
held last week which drew
I and growers will be workingfor the same time trying to pro- -, --
such large number of Church Activities ,
a grow- :1
the contract man, as they tect herself from attack from to + ; .k -
ers and which lasted late into All children are welcome
c cn
I the night. It showed that berries do now in the broiler busi- the rear. Surrounded by vic- attend Vacation Bible Schoolat Y 1-,.

1 ness. ious enemies she wheeled. starting BEGINNINGMonday
Church
the Methodist -
have again taken the No. .
zipped forward retreated, edg- Monday, Aug. 12, a 9:30:
Heavy rains late in the sea 1 spot in the county's agricul-
Time is rocking right on,
ed away, all in lightning fast
son flooded many of our tobacco tural production and interest. am. Don't forget. 5w
and it is not too early now movements which made the k
and some The Baptist WMS met Tuesday -
plantings to plan for the coming Brad- bees seem slow by comparison., night of last week at the August 12th
growers lost practically their While most indications, ford County Fair which will .
show bright future for the! home of Miss Elizabeth Terry ,
the a
whole crop. That plus be held Oct. 30. Last year'sshow We fashioned a bee guard j jon with 11 members present.Mrs. .
which resultedin I crop there is one disturbing I !
early drought
scheme which according to I'j I was the best to date but the feeder and now hope I' Dick Starling gave the NIGHTLY '
faulty maturing of the first I this year's promises to be an I that little Hebe can feed devotional and Mrs. Joyce h
I an outstanding grower can! n d X;
leaves on the stalk about 1 even greater success. without the danger of getting" Futch presented a section of
I
ruin the market for the fruit i and I .,
In the Alice
ruined the season. For instance stung. process the study book on "World A- ? ; .; ;
here as it has already in MI- The crop of berry "run Sam had a battle of their wareness." Refreshments were I 7:00PRAYER 7:30
got onlyan
one grower ami and Plant City. ners" is not doing well, due to own with the bees, using served after adjournment.Grace .
SERVICE -
SINGING
average of about 1.200 lbs. too much rain. Seems like flame smoke and finally the Methodist: Sunday -

per acre and made little if That is the arrangement there's always something to water hose before driving I School 9:45 ajn. Worship. 11

them off.. ajn. MYF each Wednesday, 8:00PREACHING: ,. -1
8 pm. Rev. Bennett H.. Curtisof
If you like to observe and Penney Farms will conduct HOUR

study birds and have a spare i I the morning service. S GLASS LINED ., ,

4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH dollar floating in your pocketbook I First Baptist: Sunday

you can obtain a hum- School 10 ajn. Warship 11 e COMPLETELYAUTOMATIC

&K IM ESTABLISHED 1879 mingbird feeder from Myles I am. Training Union, 7 p. m.

0 y E. L MATTHrwt. EDITOR AND PUILI.HDFLORIDA" Kimball Oshkosh Wise. Evening Service 8 pm. Prayer H. C. Iartin
o t 10 YEAR WARRANTY Rey Evangelist
c:4 1963 OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON Meeting each Wednesday,
One of the many interesting 8 YWA and Intermediate ,
pjn- .
0fl UNDER THE
TINUOUSLY SAME MASTHEAD
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things, about the "hummer" is I GA first and third Mon- $ .00

I PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE that it consumes half its day. Youth Meeting on alter- .

POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT Or. MARCH a, 170 body weight in feed every Compare AnywhereSLADEGAS- :: Rev Walter Mathis, Pastor *
day. How fortunate that humans nate Saturdays. 8 pjn. f ,

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX :MONTHS $2.00 require less, for if each Lorraine Priest Karen Lee, H.t
OUTSIDE of us had to gobble from 60- and Butch Arwood left Satur- -,
TRADE YEAR
AREA ONE
X4.00 - SIX MONTHS: $2.25 '
80 pounds of food every day, day for Youth Camp at Lees- OF STARKE EVERYONE I INVITEDBraIforJ I

we'd go broke in a week. bure. I

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.. STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,AUGUST S, 1963

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ETTVTTTyTMTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI' .Mary will accompany him. enjoyed a month's tour of| rTYYTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTYTl i Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Price'and son and Mr. and :Mrs. M. V.i i Mr. and Mrs. David Hin- spent the weekend with his

Guests of the Mansfield':, Europe. I j children, and Mr. and Samson. nant of Maddleburg. Mr. and family in Grandin.
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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS': family have been Mrs. Charles Friends are saddened by the';' MELROSEBy II Mrs. Norman Blevins and family The trailer-home of Mr./; Mrs. Howard Morris and children I I i Mrs. Lorene Clay and son

W. Lewis from Statesville. N. news of the sudden death of'' I in Lubbock Tex., Mr. and and Mrs. George Hanks and and Mrs. Celia Chesser are spending some time with

By Mary K. Schaeffer C., and her niece, Mrs. Ed. { L. B. Clark at his home in Jlrs. Alice RothhammerYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 Mrs. Virgle Rowe and son family burned to the ground visited Misses Trudie Faye and ', Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman

M. Byorick. and two sons ] New Hampshire. Mr. and Mrs.i Mr. and Mrs. Don Beach and Sunday afternoon.Mr. Gloria Morris in Jacksonville !|! while her husband is on a

from Columbia, S. C. :Mrs. i Clark spent several winters sons and Mr. and Mrs. L. AL and Mrs. Ray Strick-I Sunday. :: goodwill tour of Europe.
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\ Lewis is a sister of Miss Em- ,': here prior to purchasing the; Art Club !I Milligan in Tulsa. Okla., arid land and children of Gaines- Sara Baldwin has returned Rev. and Mrs. Paul Travis

IMrellitas Planning Barbecue Our source of information erroneously ma Kate and Miss' Sally Mans- 'I new home near the entrance ,i The ,summer art program.i'i other relatives in Long Beach. ville were recent guests of ,>, home from a week at Leesburg and Timmy were dinner

Irs. Dorothy Koons presi- \ assumed he v.as', field.Myron to Nelson's Point. ( which was_ given for children ,t Calif, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Perry. where she attended Methodist guests of the Eugene Brantley
4 at of the Prevatt Jr. and his I Dr. and :Mrs. J. W. Huckert! Debbie Daniels of Vero Mr. and Mrs.
Estrellita Club,I Mrs. Larsen's husband. 1 j I ages 6-12. ended July 31 with''' R. L. Durbin: Youth Officers' Assembly. family last Sunday.Mr. .
ports to the membershipat We are glad to report that : friend, Miss Ann Van Land- newcomers to Keystone enjoyed ,i an exhibit of the work done i,, Beach is spending the summe I have moved to Gainesville. : Joey Wainwright of St. Augustine and Mrs. A. G. Hinsonof
'. there ingham spent the past week- a visit from Mr. and i |1!' with her grandmother MfS.I Mr. and Mrs.
:- will be a called Jack Haberstroh is now home I by those who participated. I James L. is spending the week Miami and Richard Turnerof

uiness meeting in the Ma- from the V.A. Hospital. He : end in Keystone with :My- Mrs. Ray Kurtzke and family j Mrs. Gil Allen Jr. and mothers i>I R. G. Daniels. | Price, Jr. and family spent with Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Orlando have been visiting

: '.nlc Temple ron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Montvale, N. J. Mrs. Kurt Mrs. Otto Spivey of Ozark, three days with and
on August 14, at ;, arrived rather unexpectedly I of the children served ,re- I j Mr. Mrs. Kelley. |I' Mrs. Lorena Hinson for the
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10 a.m. for the purpose of last Thursday and we are Myron Prevatt. zke is their daughter. Dr. freshments. The club met i Ala. visited her brother L. O. ; Arno Tidgeon in Columous, i I past week.J. .

!making plans for the Chicken! happy to report that he looks j Mrs. Ernest Ahlers of Baltimore -I H ckert is on the teaching! twice a week during July in : Baldwin and family this : Ga. last week. !I.rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY B. Rye of Grandin and
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.L2.L; (" becue Dinner. The dinner! very well, and is gradually is the guest of Mr. and staff in the Engineering1School I II the Parish House under the week. !: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Craw- i ii Ray Hearst of Keystone

v ul be held in the Temple on getting his appetite back. He i Mrs. George LaRue on Key- I at the University of: auspices of the Melrose Public''i Mrs. Belle Fortner Mrs. R. ley and daughters and granddaughter GRANDINi Heights were touring South

'A''list':; 24 from 5:30: till 7:30 thanked us for being his I stone Lake. Mrs. Ahlers is Florida. They purchased the i Library. i 1\1. Cason's..sister-in-law spent : Sally, of Thomaston -
Florida f Miami. Sarasota, Cypress -
!).m. Proceeds will be for the "press agent," and said that Mrs. LaRue's mother. She will former Mullin home on Key- Directors of the program ', Saturday with the Casons. ) Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. i i By Charlcyene Brantley I II Gardens] last week- I

-ipfit! of the Masonic Build- he got stacks and stacks of be in Keystone until the end stone LakeCommunity: were Dr. Janet K. Snyder and Miss Connie Morris spent : V. Y. Crawley. I I\ They also"visited Mitchell and
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..T, fund. Tickets of August. Church News last week in Middleburg th Rev. and LaAaAaaAaaAaaLA&Aaaa
0 will be $1.25 mail which helped to bolster: Dr.I Edna V. Ambrose of the w\ Mrs. Daniel Staf- Eva Mae Varnes at Titusville.
f,:'t adults. and 75c for cliii.ifl his morale no end. I I'I Col. and Mrs. David Nelson Dr. Albert C. Holt minister I University of Florida.! Univer- < Mr. and Mrs. David Hinnant, ford and son. left to attenda I J. B. Rye arrived in Grand-

,J uner 12 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight R. have just returned from eight I of the Community Chw'ch'l 1 I I I sity stuients: majoring in El- her brother-in-law and sister. revival at Indianapolis, Ind.i 'In from Viernhiem Germany 1'' F. H. Herring of Palatka, \1

Lions to Have Steak Dinner 'I Arnold, and Dwight, Jr., of weeks of traveling through II preached on Aug 4 and announced ,. ementary Education were the ': Bunyon Kelley. spent Satur-I i and on to Bethany. Okla.,1. on Monday. His wife, Janet, son of Mrs. J. F. Herring, attended .

The Keystone Lions Club Enon, Ohio, are visiting Mr. i I New England. They spent the visiting ministers ,' instructors Headed by Mrs. J. day in St. Augustine. {I their home, after a visit with and son. Johnny, are visiting ,, the Credit Union Con- I
some time with Dr. and Mrs. for August, while he and Mrs. R. J. Mallory and children Mrs. I vention in Miami August 12. '
wll: have a steak dinner at and Mrs. Myron Prevatt on '. F. Huddleston, the group including Staffords parents. Mr. in Clintwood Va. |;
tue home of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brooklyn for two weeks. 'Richard H. Crowell of Hanover Mrs. Holt will be vacationing1 Misses Anne Fishback of Palatka spent Thursday and Mrs. Walter Mann, and : J. B. and Jimmy Rye, and I< While away lightning struck ,

F-ank Nooney on Brooklyn Mrs. Prevatt and Mrs. Arnoldare N. H. Mrs. Crowell is in Montreat, N. C., their sum-I I J I i! Elaine Hazelhurst, Margaret with Mrs. Nettle Mann.' | other relatives here. i Melvin Cumbus went to Miami his house and burned out all! 1

:1"ke from 3 till 7 pin. There sisters. The Arnolds attended 1 the Nelson's daughter. D r., mer home. However Dr. Holt ::'; Kuhl Kay Ivey, and Peggy ,'I Air. and Mrs..S. P. Sashqff I, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Britton Sunday night. to pick upi,l the electricaltires.. \

\k ill! also be hot dogs and ham- the wedding of the Crowell is associate professorof is never out of the pulpit for McElroy taught skills in pup- visited relatives in Silver. N. left Friday for Norfolk Va. for J. B.'s car that has been Mrs. Robert Martin and

aui ers for children who Prevails' son in. Barnwell, S. mathematics at Dartmouth on Aug. 18 he will preach -at :, pet making, finger painting, C. Misses, Ann and Hannah. a vacation. 1:, shipped from Germany. I I children of Gainesville were

,ould rather have them. Steak C. a week or so ago, and returned -;;I College. They also visited Mr., the Presbyterian Church of i block printing and other pro-', Hall, nieces of the couple- i Mrs. Katherine Chester of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes visiting the Ercel Sapps on i

toners will be $1.50; hot to Keystone with the Crowell's mother, Mrs. Milton Smyrna Park near Baltimore, jects. An average attendance 'turned with them to spend' Palatka spent a few days with Jr. and_ children of Griffin Sunday. Judy returned with .,
I F. Crowell of Cambridge. Md. This is the new church several days at their home on I her them to Gainesville for a
t I:' -. and hamburgers consid- Prevails. I. I of 30 children were recorded sister Mrs. Mary Robin-, Ga., Gail and Jim Sikes, Earl
C. ably less. This will be an Last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mass. home of former Keystoners,.i' and hopes are high to makei Lake Swan. I son. i Sellers of Augusta Ga.. and week.

: iM.imily out-of-door affair, Andrew Russell and children,, They attended a wedding in Mr. and Airs. Charles Smith, i this an annual event. I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Men. I Miss Doris Ford spent several Cecile Day of Gadsden, Ala. ,; John Herring of Gainesville i

Mart) "veryone should enjoy the, and William Smith. all of St. Hingham Mass., and saw a and Mr. and Mrs. James I Faith Presbyterian Kinder-j zen are the parents of a baby I days with her brother- are all vacationing at Mrs. ':! is still a medical patient in ,

"1 .(ei noon. There- will be 'am- Augustine, were guests of Mr. number of former Keystoners' Hetherington. Both Mr. and garten Committee sponsored a 1: boy. j in-law and sister Mr. and Annie Sike's camp on Bright i,: Alachua General Hospital awaiting -

fMitime, to go home and get and Mrs. Myron Prevatt. and people who had wintered i Mrs. Smith were Community poster contest among the old- Miss Pat Raley has returned I Mrs. j. W. Simmons, and !I Lake. They are; also visiting I j, surgery on his ankle 4

'rUmorized for the Fireman's Frank and Beebe Harris and here. In Severna Park Md., Church leaders. Mr. Smith er art students to advertise the 1 home after spending two :, family in Orlando. i I j Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sikes. I that was injured,in Cocoa.

B.ilJ:: The Nooney's home is their three sons were visiting ;*I they called on Charles and served as church treasurer, as kindergarten. Prizes in two 'I months in Jacksonville with} :i Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires I i MrsHazel: Giddings' Gwenn 1 Mr.: and'Mrs, Jack Grout I

not hard to find. Go north oil friends in Keystone this past Edith Smith as well as Jim, did Mr. Hetherington. Mrs.j classifications were awarded :! Air. and Mrs. J. A. Armond.: and sons of Tallahassee spent and baby.of Ealatka were lewt Monday to go to New

...:'i past the Brooklyn Restauan weekend. The Harrises, who 1 and Gloria Hetherington and Smith served as church 5ec-I. Aug. 3.Duplicate. Mrs. Andrew Dunk and I the weekend with his parents' visiting. Mrs.' Ela Belisari3: Hampshire. II

I -. and take the first sand live in Waverly Tenn., are ; children. In North Pomfret., retary. while Mrs. Hetherington -, Bridge children of Miami spent: several -j I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires. I I{ and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gorn-I Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCall I

-oad on the left. Your desti- former Keystoners. j Vt. they saw Mrs. Persis Johnson -. was organist and choir Winners of the Melrose Duplicate I days with her parents.j Margaret Slade spent sev- 1 to Sr. on Monday. j of Jacksonville were visiting

:ujion< is just about one-half Another former Keystoner, i and spent a day in Fitch-. director. Dr. Holt will have i Bridge Club for last;. I. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson I eral days with her sister, Mrs. j Mrs. Mollie Robinson, a retired -:1 Mr. and Mrs.. H. B. Sikes Sunday ,

mile from the highway, to Neal Avery, was in town last burg, Mass. with Mr. and Mrs. the honor of baptizing the week included Mrs. C. Maxson i''! and other relatives here. I Jack Jacoby, and children in :, teacher of Melrose High afternoon.

Tiie[ left. week on a business trip. Neal Bernard Slocomb. Also Mr..1 youngest Hetherington child. : and Mrs., H. C, Segur first;, Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Taylor,', Middleburg. { School, and her sister, Kate. i Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barton

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cooper who has a traveling job with I and Mrs. Justin Ryder, Mr.' He also will officiate at the' place; Mrs. Ray Becker and 1 'of Douglas Ga. spent the II I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Daniels of Palatka were, visiting Mrs. i and children of Olustee visit-
and Mrs. John Hancock, Mr., baptismal service of a new and children of New Smyrna Annie Sikes Monday after- ed friends in Grandin on Sunday -
und family have just returned duPont now, lives in Atlanta Mrs. Val Givens, second place; weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I I
from Indiana, where with his wife and infant son. and Mrs. C. Marriott and, grandchild and two great :. Mrs. R. P. Goodloe and Mrs., Joe Daurer. |I I Beach are visiting his mother noon.J. Mr. Barton was formerly 1\It\
Mrs. Lutheria Horsfall and::! grandchildren while vacation- Mrs. R. G. Daniels. C. Weeks of Key West. employed by Mr- Alderman.
rhci( visited friends and rel-: Miss Connie Knight and I i E. B. Goss, third place;.1\lrs. Robert Eichelsderfer; who is '
ntn-es. Enroute to Indiana Mrs. Lindsay Walker were son and daughter- all familiar ing. I Dora Beasley and Mrs. Louise( stationed at Norfolk Va. with

they stopped at Columbus, Ga. joint hostesses at a dinner names and faces in Key-' The Community Church Logsdon fourth place. j, the U. S. Navy, recently spent

to see Larry and Lane Coop- party at the Walker home on stone. choir has been vacationing 4-H Club News I 110 days with his parents, Mr. : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .MELROSEBUSINES'S '
Miss Victorine Sears of Elyria -' during July and August. How- -
vr and their infant son, Rus- Monday, July 29, honoring i Misses Jean Lively and Sara i and :Mrs. W.. T. Eichelsderfer,
Ohio is the house guest, ever, Mrs. George Canova organist .
,
cll.:<: The elder Coopers took visitors from Enon Ohio, Baldwin outstanding members, and family on Lake. Santa Fe.
Russell with them so that all Mr. and Mrs. Dwight R. of Col. and Mrs. David Nel- has arranged some I in the Melrose 4-H Chapter,'I, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griner :'I
:, son. Miss Sears has just re- fine anthems and solos. On I
'hPir other relatives could Arnold. Other guests includedMr. 'attended 4-H Project-Records: |, and children of Gainesville DIRECTORY
turned from an air trip to July 14 Mrs. Robert Hendry 1 ,
meet their first grandchid. In and Mrs. George LaRue, i Workshop in Palatka Mon- spent the weekend with his ..
Indiana Russell Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and the rendered a fine soprano solo, j 1 Their and Mrs. John i I- 1 PIt "
was with his Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Harden- day. summer projectswere i parents, Mr. II -
Tindparents, and he visited bergh. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc- | Virgin Islands. She and Mrs. followed by Floyd Baker's solos among the winning en- '! Griner. I i APPLIANCES 1 GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS !
Nelson have been friends forI on July 21, and the quarteton ,
:.IJ.-N great grandmother and Kay Dr. Sara Lou Wells Bill tries in Putnam County. I Mr. an_ d Mrs. Charles
\t great-great grandparents, Reynolds Mr. Walker and I many years. Miss Sears was July 28, consisting of tenor I! Melrose High Schooli I Triebsch of Vero Beach visitedMr. 'T V Service Center I THE

nd he visited his great great Mr. and Mrs. Myron Prevatt, i Mrs. Nelson's bridesmaid. Floyd Baker; soprano, Mrs.j I.i I Two of the local teachers ., and Mrs. R. V. Ford and J. I I. Plants I.
R. TIIIES Keystone HeightsRestaurant
July' Hendry contralto, Mrs.George ProprietorAuthorized
On evening,
Wednesday ; I
nndmother, and his greatcoat whom the Arnolds are visiting. have completed summer cour- sons en route to Pittsburg. Pa. I
I 31 Charlie McGlave, former LaRue; bass George Canova. I Motorola <"- PhilCO I Garden Supplies and '"
: grandmother and grand-I Mrs. B. I* Owens and two, ses at the, University of Flqr-i I Lt. Col. and Mrs. B. A. Al- f( I
.. l'..ther! Rossell's mother is small children are visiting president of the Keystonei During Dr. Holt's August ida this week. Maj. Ray H. ,lIen and children of Brook Sal and Service FnrD.itureI W. E. Flakes, O\vner-Mjr:

.le former Lane Jackson, Mrs. Owens' mother, Mrs. 'i i Heights Lions Club, was vacation the visiting minis- Renfro completed require- ; Haven. Miss. spent three days I Service On All Makes 9 Duralite and DuPont Specializing In
Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sr. on Lake- Degree I with her parents TV RADIO STEREO Paints
of Lions Int rnatior.- M. Ackerman Penney Farms.'I Blue. Plates with
Governor
: Robert Jackson of Keystone. view Drive. Mrs. Owens whois in Education and Mrs. Clar- i Mrs. N. T. Nielsen, on Lake I
,,31. Charlie McGlave former Aug. 18, Rev. James Keller, I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals _
Wallpapers Frefth'tlt'tahlos
Painter's
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Mr, Larsen Feeling Fine from Tallahassee is the ence Holden took an advanced i I Swan. .
We are glad to report that former Barbara Christoffers. mony at the Palatka Civic student pastor, Tallahassee.Aug. post-graduate course for guid- Mr. and Mrs. George Wod- ;, Keystone Heights, 473-4631 Supplies JPOLO BKCU,

Arnold Larsen is feeling fine Bill 'j Center. Also attending from 25, Rev. James Keller. ance counselors. I ey' and daughter Janis, are Open From .6:00: AJtf. Till-?
Siprelle in
t'i'jse'!:' days after reporting was Keystone I the Keystone Club were PresS Sept. 1, C. F. H. Krueg, ., Personals spending two weeks vacationing AUTO SERVICE
l.st Heights last weekend >j ident Tommy Millican, Secretary Jacksonville. }' in Puerto Zike'ftDecorating At the btoplito Keystone Hgta.I .
: week that he was awaiting [ Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- with relatives
surgery at the V. A. Hospital visiting Newman.Mr. and Mrs. Chuck j I Joe Wildt. Lion Quincey Florida Fellowship |,! hammer and children have Rico and New York. I Terrell's
He was in the area I' and Lion Frank or Community ,Churches | Shop
.. in Lake City. As a matT Gardner 1 returned: home after speading 1 Mr. and. Mrs. Edward Samson I Lake Brooklyn
on business during which he Mrs. Frank Ilgen, secretaryof Gulf ServiceNew
of fact, it was a case of I Nooney. two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. and children of Columbus -
visited
the
duPont mines. Bill ; I Keystone Heights
mistaken identity. Mr. Larsen I has returned to '; Keystoners from Clay Electric -I the Florida Fellowship of Grant Rothhammer Jr. and Ohio spent several days "& Used Tires' RestaurantFrom
Pittsburg. Pa.,
...isn't even in the and duPont who attendedthe Community Churches, has just family in North and Mrs. Roy Sam-
hospital. A and iis wife will meet him!I Little Rock, with Mr. From $3.00 Up All Sizes PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECIALIZING
edited Volume II of the Fellowship f
Drtaln Credit Union Conventionin :
lady, who shall be
.. there she having been visiting Miami Communique for June.. I Lubrication Batteries Aoces., IN
lameless. told us that he was included the George
there sharing a her father in Montana. In a',!' Massas the Ed Bennetts, the OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. SEA FOOD
room with 1963.At
short time, Bill will be going HEN; FOR SALE lI.1
j the May 1963 United FERTILIZER
Keystone
Jack Haber troh. However. to Charlie McGlaves, the Bili Heights, INSURANCE ORDERS TO GO _
Holland business
on for his ,
j Church Women of Florida .
Beams, the '
the patient is Eugene Harvey j Ralph Bryants, -
firm the Pittsburg Plate' Conference at West Palm. AUTO STORE _ _ 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplite
\who lives at Larsen's trailer I Glass Co. Upon returning from I j' Everett Fox, Shirley Grayson.and ONE TO 1,000 TONS
park: and whom Mrs. Larsen I Billy Stanley. At this Beach Mrs. David Nelson was Keystone Heights
-. .ndIy i' Holland, he will go to Africa |1 convenfion Jewett C. Fogg of elected recording secretary of DELIVERED, AND SPREADOR Western Auto Murrhee Insurance.
drove to
the hospital,
again and this time his //wife "
( the Florida United Church
_. i(| Starke was elected Presidentof DUMP TRUCK LOADS r Associate Store BeHdler'sHoliday
Women, the nondemonhiational -
the Florida League of Credit -
I GLADY'S BEAUTY SALON Unions. Mr. Fogg is an em- organization of all protestant ; Appliances-Major or Small Agency Inn

ployee of E. duPont churches. Mrs. Nelson Auto Accessories, Tires
I. Co.
SPECIAL! Aujr. 11 Through 31st Call AIKEN ACRES Melrose Batteries. RestaurantFomerly
Everyone knows about the .is the immediate past president General Insurance

$8.50 Permanent For Only $6.50 Fireman's Ball this Saturday of the Fellowship of Sporting Goods, Bicycles.

evening but this is just a Community Church Womep. GRANITE 1HEARING Hardware: Paints: Garden Fire Casualty Bond.Lawrence's Dinette

:7.", Phone 473-4173. reminder to make your plantto The Communique calls attention : Supples.KEYSTONE. AllIed Lines COMPLETELY REMODELED

-.... I attend. One dollar per per- to the special Po- I I HEIGHTS OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
I gram for 1963-64 for the en- Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285, Full Dinners Lunches -

son.At a meeting of St. William's tire state. This is the Christian 'Electrical I Contractors I I Ala Carte Italian Foods

Rural Overseas Program i I I 1 Block North of Red Light '
Catholic Club on Mon I
.. E day evening Aug. 5, Mrs. Em- on Food and Clothing.The HELP Jackson Electric Co. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

-- ery Cooper was appointed Florida Cooperative ELECTRICAL: CONTRACTOR: MILLWORK _ _ .

-"J n "YOU'RE chairman of the annual Labor I Council on Children and House Wiring:, Electric. Rangel' REAL ESTATE

-- F __ Day weekend Ham Supper to Youth is focusing its attention -I and Water Heater Repairs I -.,.
,
"k":'4 '',. '& &4 be held August 31. Mrs. Joe I, on the White House recommendations CONSULT BOB WILSONOf General Electric Repair Work, C. J. Pete O'Connor

BRINGING SIX '- Wallace will be her cochairman. that community -I CaU "Toby" For All Your I I Keystone

Tickets will soon be out organizations join forces I in Soles' Hearing Aid, Center of Jacksonville Electrical, Need} 3 REALTOR

for this affair. Proceeds will acquainting children and Keystone Heights.Ph. ; 4731973Millwork\ Shop REAL ESTATX

CUSTOMERS : be for the new and badly- : youth to the dangers of drugs, ANDREWS DRUG STORE MORTGAGES ATPRA18ALS
It FARM SUPPLIES
: traffic
'" needed roof. hazards alcohol smoking CABINETS DOORS I Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
On Sunday morning at St. and lung cancer, and the PLAZA
STARKE
I C. & L. Feed I Co. WINDOW FEA3OE3.SCREENS
William's Church, Miss Kathy improper use of leisure time. -- "
a
HOME FORDINNER Films Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
are available "f1I ia
Brault
original -
composition '
/.. t.''_ c sang of St.an William's organist I Pays the Piper?" for church EVERl FRIDAY10:00T012O0 C.FEEDS II. BURKHALTER, JR. Trim MaUrblsBubllUt

Mrs. Janet Lamm. The and organizations through !. OrA: '
?" hymn. "The Child of Mary." the State Board of Health, FERTILIZERS ae Head Estate Brtkw

is just one of a number of 1217 Pearl St.. Jacksonville, FARMERS HARDWARE Keystone Heights; 473-4285 Lake, Propertiea: Acmf .

compositions by Janet. St. I F1a.I I Earletaa ( ZUaches ButiaeM. City

Williams is forunate to have I Tel. Melrose GR 5-3163 Hornet lUoUlf
;? : FIRST BAPTIST
q such an' accomplished organist Whatever your hearing problem we invite you to NURSERY "W Tike A Personal Int r MIB
KEYSTONE
= And, she with twins too! But she'll one ,,-ho.has had exper- i HEIGHTS, come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- FLORIST Your R quir cnaU7Uidwtj
J. R. Smith
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ience in every kind of ac- pastor. Ralph ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't completely ; Keycton Hdgfct .
..., Copeland. Minister of Music
companimentshow business satisfactory, come in. We will gladly talkit Edna WilliamiFLOELST Nursery Stock Thousands Of ll&llCAl
church
that isand now teaches piano &nd organist. /
save enough time adequately. prepare and pipe organ, as well as Services: Sunday School confidentially. And if you need better hear -NUSSEEIFLOWJ5S: Plants- tc- Fruit Trees, To Hhraj 21-OpevOB 8

directs the choir. 9:43 a. m. Morning Worship. Choose From. Nice Shade Trees, S-2M1
ing, we will help you in the selection of a better !
Gene Massey was host ata 10:50: a. m. Training Unon.| : Evergreens & I II -

: the dinner by continuing to bank by birthday party last Saturday 7:00 'p. m. Evening service hearing aid.COMPLETE Fw AH. OecadtaiHflroso I;'Plants, All I.anbeaPeS., ,! E" Kay, ealtor

: _ _
honoring Michael Byorick, a 3:00: p_ m. You are invited to Phone ;
: GB5-2331AnytIm. See TT
Our Plants For
SERVICE \ Lets Lake LU1J'.1ii :
visitor from Columbia S. C. share anily Prayer. time wIts I
mail. It saves time and steps. The party was a cook-out at GARAGES !1 Quality. Let Us Do Your Terms 16 Lou.8u.nsej Lake .
ST. ANXTS EPISCOPAL Complete line of accessories" and batteries.
$2773.
the home of Gene's aunts th'e : Landscaping. Term; .lavesfantnt tracU.
S. :Misses Mansfield. Guests Included CHURCH Appointments in the privacy of your home or office. HILL'S, GARAGE I 0 j large enough* ,lor several lots _

Michael and Bobby By- '' Summer Schedule 8 Call us. access t<1< ,wide JUdy 1 f.uh.
: a. m.
orick Harold Snellen David service each Sunday morning. ...e.We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids. "SSL'SSSr :0. C. Caines Nursery':j.tse. for for recreation while artdT

Schaeffer, and Ernie Williams. First Sunday, Holy Eucharist, - WeldingRadiator I 11,3 ]IL East Of Starke. On 1 l""R lnT"huenL E-Z Tel'lDs.
4L1i' Vacationers recently return : 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays Have A. Hearing Test TODAY! :Repairs teaUWUI : ft'PII'-h..A: cottage on
:1I"l'.100.At .florahee.
.. MEMBIft .. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ing to Keystone include Mr. Morning Prayer and Sermon We invite :you to use this service -' No obligation. .14-HR.! WRECKER SERVICE'Tailored I$7'0O. Terms.Keystone Lake. Ilatehijuoa .
Business Phone 6S4-5665
we ou .Aai. .. IMj F4tsoi.x and Mrs. Charles Titus :who Daily offices 8:30: ajn. and .Seat,Cover' & Trim.
; CQMMJN4TT visited in their former home 5:00: pjn. Keystone ( Itecidence'Phone 6S4-5520 j
ZENITH Living Sound Hearing Aids Height*, Fl,.
state of New Jersey and Mr. Holy Eucharist, Wednesday 472-4165 Nile 473-4119 Night Time and 7 to 8 a. m.I 473-4818

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VTfTYTYYTYYTYTYYTTYYYl b BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN GRAIN-FED BEEF ._ :

CLAY HILL \ --: a- lIVE : !
PRICES (GOOD'; THRU WEEKEND: -'-- J- -

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Dj Mn. J. L. StricklandILAAAAUALAAALALLUUl QUANTITY, RIGHTS-!-.....*:..:V .. .

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The Starling family an-
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nounces a family reunion at i
Strickland landing. Aug. 17. : L-1-1 10iLq I
We could not learn just which'of ''
the Starlings are includedin cUcI'
this so were told to include Merchants
ALL STARLINGS BIG LITTLE Per Pound ________
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OLD AND YOUNG! STAMP! ., ____
This takes care of all, but
especially the ones related to \ BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF
Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson and the

ones tey. Refreshment in Middleburg will and be Law-in p BONRESS CHUCK ROAST LB.
69
the way of a covered dish dinner \
so every one bring your S .

own dish and come on! 'I { .c BLUE RIBBON QUALITY :
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johns} \ \ _

returned.bout 9 o'clock Sunday from'a morning two a- I : :) STSForF
e
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Zelma's weeks vacation relatives and in visit Oklaho-to;,, ; : RIB STEAKS (: CUTS I LB.0LB 7ge

ma. Said they had a very
pleasant visit but Mark told! \ \. J BLUE RiBBON QUALITY BONELESS GROUND STEW\ OR
his mother Dora, he was really 1

"beat.of the" way They back had, no drivenall stops j BONELESS BEEF CUBES EBY 69

for rest and Mark had driven! e e (
all of the way except for about MILD LONGHORN CHEDDAR .
an hour when Zelmaldrove. .
We know they were in'I'' ,
,
need of some good old fashioned -' '( ti k, ct.
rest after all of this' LEAN MEATY'BEEF
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trip. FARMER GRAY FRESH ROLL t
TENDER '
Tommie and Louise Collins : LEAN

see were and the all out Yougan six from of their Jacksonville Padgetts daughters'Sun-1 to'i'' SAUSAGE Lg, : SHORT' IS. r-LB. 3ft 2VCUSEMSP; WESTERN \ '


day. They came to call on the 1 .
3 to 5
Stricklands and visit for awhile -'|, FRESH CAUGHT CEDAR KEY
also to get some pears.)I LB. LEAN BEEF FOR STEWING STEAKS Lbs RIBS
Susie tells us that Aunt BabeIs MULLET 15c Avg.
getting along,just fine still h'
able to attend church and enjoy w .
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other folks visiting her. j PORK LIVER ......!5it.- ,. LB. .
Mrs. Willie Padgett of Law- PORK TAILS LB. 39
tey spend the weekend with lb. FOR
PORK EARS
the Yougan Padgetts. Among,
the. Sunday visitors to You- ,

na gan's Martin were and their family daughter of Law-, Vij j I' '. 9 9 e .. .. .;._. 6 e

tey; also Susie's sister l\lrs.1 I -w." ..'''4._.. ...--.""......P. 't,. ,, ,
Manda Manning and son Sid- \ '
I c// 32 et. CLASS 1LIBBYS :
of Lawtey.
ney
It seems that Lacy Normanand \ TOMATO JUICE :

his.horse got tangled up,! : U
Saturday and the, horse fell j! o ""f :_ !7oi.CANS, LIBBYSO

on Lacy and.injured his back., ; )' FRUIT

He had to gO 'Sunday and; / : .. : COCKTAlUe
have the doctor1 'work him I -
over!" Well, something happened i FACIAL QUALITY TISSUE 0-0 BIG l
to Bessie Strickland's I VALUe 4' $100

she back toughed the first it out of until the week Sunday -!ry) S OFT-WEVE A :SPECIAL! LIBBY'S YELLOW CLIN6 (Halves or Slices) LIMIT PLEASE *' "* 'v FOR .. *.

afternoon and decided to j jgq 4cx.CAMS. LIB BY'S
and see what the doctor+j 0'S' ] $
could do for her. Well, after VIENNA.SAUSAGE
all of that adjustment she sure I a .
did not go to church Sunday LIBBY'J! Pln.appIt.Craptfrult(
night Understand Hazel Grif- : e.e 29 QZr CANS FRUIT DRINK s2 "
fis had io go to the doctor UNIt ( CANS

Sunday morning also. I PKG.. w ., 17 e.. CANS LIBBY'SGARDEN!.
A short time ago Yougan '
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LIBBY'S FROZEN( ASS'T. FRUIT FLAVORED SWEET PEAS
Padgett went fishing with his \. LIMIT 2 ROLL PKCS. ITH L1BBY'SCORNED, ,
son. Willie and James God- .
winall to Doctors Lake. All I \ \ 35,0 0 OR MORE F OOD ORDER V..a Goz. 17 e:. CANS LIBBY'S,! '
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were fishing in shallow water, : 'BEEF120Z'4" 0 DRINKS 9 99 ,
,
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T about knee deep. Willie's old. v ,,,.. CANS C CUT GREEN BEANS
est son, Timmie, a small child, .. ".'."'' '.. .. -. .
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was close to Yougan when V!' ;.NY.N :Z_ 'a. "'" "
Yougan realized something I -J1 -i"7>**v .. "MIX UP 5 $I 00

e was wrong with him,told Tim-I F08
mie to get Willie as quickly j) HARDWOOD BRIQUETTES .#"

as he could-but before Willie j 20 ', l' 17 ci. CANS .LISBY'S Whole Kturi
could get to him he had :: :
blacked out and had fallen in'I' CHARCOALB Ib G.99 ;; GOLDEN CORN.
the,, water. All who know CH & FAB SAVE! ..

larger them know man Yougan than Willie Is a, much Tim- \ _' LIBBY

James mie couldn't was scared help, too too small badlyto ; : V V SANBORNCOFFEE\-, : DETERGENT\ QUALITY 6 !o.a IOO

do much, so Willie had at!
very hard time trying to save, -
Yougan from drowning. Finally ASSORTED ALL VARITIES'
got him out of the \\"ater-j i{ FLAYORKIST BANQUET FROZEN lGE. ( I IoR
and back homeno fishing; DINMERS'lB. 59c 20 at

that who are day.subject You know to these, we black-folks Ii' ICE l CREAM .... ":;-:1: ,> PKG.

outs have no business fishing ;" J <
driving: a,car,'or riding* horse- 2
back. Looks like'about all we 112 4' cup" '0m= S FYNE-TEX (WHITE! OR BLUE) '
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are supposed to do is eat and I GAL 89 ". COFFEE.LB.BAC 39c aW' DETERGENBREAKFAST ....oz.19c '
and, not much of '
sleep- too
a LikllT- COFFEE OF CuP \ $
YOUR-CHOICE -lIMIT"2 DETE GENTS OF YOUR ,. ,
that! So what's a feller to do? : t .$5.00. OR MORE ORDER \. CHOICE WITH $5.00 OR MORE ,
You tell me! I \i'WITH ,:::: FOOD ORDER
This'old "Lady Grunt" was 1 j '":'''::.. ., .. .,5 .. '__.. ,'... .r1 3'4 ox. CANS sr
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ing feeling she so didn't tough Sunday feel equal morn-to ".. "'.';':....-.......--.......".'.-,-.....-,.'to'v.t,.. ".-. .... /....; -1'i." .:".."..''. .. ..... .-_.""..-.,.,;.Ji:/
I :"y
going to -the-Highland church :! .. ...
so we go.to the one closest- SPECIAL!' LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED -- -
Clay HilL This seemed to upset i CRISP CALIfORNIA ICE BURG .
r
,some of, the folks they !! CHERRY vENETIAN
knew something was wrong; \ 18 14 fI, CAMS. LIBBY'S '
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and I WAS ITI So our pastor, | I .: Port & Metallic trPork T0aotetf

., George and Debbie.Chism Phillips and wife came Lois'to CREME : I LETTUCE LARGE 5 Deep Brown. Beans

learn, the trouble Sunday afternoon 49 HEAD
advised, us to stay :; PIES'YAl.US9e
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at home until *we feel better, E ruYDI :
We. ,toot their advise,, stayed Ii '. : 8, ? $100'
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.home and soon ,went to bed. '

At Clay Hill we had 94 present LADY FAIR! LARGE 1 14 or. FRESH JUMBO SIZE PINK MEAT .. :-.1
for Sunday- 85 enrolled, V"
85, were present the, Sunday WINE. LOAF 39c VAL 35Ie' !".:i..,. ,: -.t. '. .. ..
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Beat, this for a recordif .., )
before. ,
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Primaries'won o- : / .
you can! The. : 'l
\ the banner. We, failed to' LADY FAIR KING SIZE SLICED WHITE'1,' .. : .'. .,. :::1 GIFTED Merchants
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1 r f/ { r14 *
., get the report on the High-1 0" '". ; : .PEOPLE-SAVE- -
land Sunday School but can; BREAD 2'L .S 4K ,. ';/. ..? 7/il FOR- ,
sa..v.the Clay Hill Sunday I ..- -
6chool has sure improved in1 I / (
number since we attended / r r .ww..wr-.r.. w r i... i. e.rrrrsr,. .. .

there regularly. I II I, .. i Merchants i : !LfiZI.i] !:gI:: !t = .IYiSj.i: : .i II ii flli1ii

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FIRST CHRISTIAN: I I,. FREE EXTRA can' {"p"tws I I :I. FREE EXTRA :+' :t 1..' FREE EXTRA :I' .I' FREE.EXTRA* :I' FREE EXTRA .,". I I :I TREE EXTRAMERCHANTS I I

'CHL"Kt."BBob -- ; MERCHANTS Vr H1HIStOU'O'UND+ GREEN STAMPS ru.awc ;. I I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 1 : MERCHANTS GREEK I STAMPS 1 I:, I I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I: 1 MIRCUAHTS GREEN STAMPS : ; GREEN STAMPS :
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BAKERYBONUS 41!1 Pkg' of 8 lady fait I. : I b"" : : Il WlM1MIStoIof'QMAHIIP\IIPAIIQf I' I 'H"d" Hold 1
L. Baifett Minister Wl F )} t : Off RcS\11f' 1
8 1j4' e 0 1 It 6 or 1' t
Sunday School. 9:45 &. m. : In! CINNAMON Date or Prune.TREATS U 1 I 1. \ In Ill!J Economy Size Tube t 1 I C\ 14 Ot. Eohte II\ \ J lit Cup MiyfairCOHACE 1 tI l 'I., ( OzOff) lnsf m CofiCL I 1 @! HIfipr :
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10:45 .
Rho.Worship 5:3Q P. m: ; Choir a. n.Ch1 4".tQeNn-....1463w.e..f'i. .M.pyLWlroe.rwsTW.___.apem. 81"1.lEmr YrLjM. ...PUOOt&a.IO"SUaoI'StOIJttant.RB.9 "_...ItaAfB 4i. .1TOU..h.*01.Y...... .a i'.M.moaoM__19.K CBf2 SIMM.IM a-i4-ta mqs* ai(i_xa.Wq..,*...1 1 1...".'-. ._..rria4lRtF4i3i, .a.ae sr 9 a.rrr..aier..-.oooIOllCs'-s'ou.a.. 'tle.14. 3 17111.TQA..r11rW...... .

m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30; .p. NOLUNCHNAPKINS 'h'ORTHERN NABISCO J

m.I We4read4. Y 28ScS,27c TOWELS ',"om 2RMfs 35c GUSTO CRACKERS .FKG. 37c

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fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYRA1FORD drews, a patient in Bradford Tompkins spent the weekend ;; ,, charge. Weekly schedule as follows: with Junior Church in charge.An I! There will be a dance at Kel-

County Hospital.The I in Leesburg as guests of the ,, Bro. Clarence DeSue chairman Monday night, Choir 1 relll.a-1] official meeting will beheld :, ly's Nite Limit on Aug. 17i

Halls returned last! Billy Tompkins family, and in (L'I, Captains: Sisters Marian I sal. 8 p.m. Other meetings are j at 3 p.m. All officers and ,I i sponsored by Post 314. Tickets

Thursday after several days' Orlando with the Malcolm ,' ,. ; I I Tyson Beatrice DeSue, and I scheduled for 7:30.: Tuesday j I members are asked to attend. may be purchased from any

IAAAAAAAAALAALLAA ALAA visit at Green Cove Springs Tompkins family. I Catherine Dell.Greater I night Story Hour; Wednesday j After the meeting. a Missionary I member of the Legion Auxil.

with his mother, Mrs. Ella Mrs. Joyce Norman and : Bethlehem Fre3 night Ladies Circle meeting at' sermon will be delivered by I I iary. Please help us for a donation

Gloria and Douglas Wilkinson Hall and other relatives.Mr. I children Mrs.Alice Cason, and\ Will Baptist Rev. Louis Mc home of Mrs. Sarah Prince; the pastor. There will not bea of $1.

left last Friday for a fewdays' and Mrs. Don Newmans: Mrs. Myrtle Lee Sweat and LV $lura 2Up47e3s4qk( Kay pastor. Services were I Friday night the church and :: service at 6 p.m. Music will be provided by A

visit with their sister of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.I daughter visited Six Gun Territory -\I ....'--.;:,<'it Box 104 Ind- held starting with Sunday pastor will go to Pleasant;, American Lesion Post 314 W. Levy and His Continental
Sulphur
Springs,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roy Clemons Jr. of Heilbronn I, Wednesday. I School at 9:45 a. m., Supt. Grove for services.- Miss Rebecca : There will be a called meet- lof Lake City. We are looking

Cawthon, of Holt. were Sunday guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Tison Kelly 'WWiI Mack Lee in charge. Baptism : Allen reporter. I for and yours to join in
at 2 Sunday, Aug. you
Wherein I take the wings, Bibles. I have not because we ing p.m.
Little Sonia Yarborough had parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl and children of Fort Bragg N.i, j i services at 11 a.m. YPCL was Greater Allen Chapel AME the entertainment. Commander -
I Aloha in1\ fly and I a bell boy a 11. at RJE School. All mem- I
surgery on her eye at St. Luke'sHospital Dobbs. C. arrived this week for a visit! of morning. say gave carried out at 5:30: by the Church. Trustee Day will be H. Brooks, reporter..
Hawaii and on to Japan fora book of prayers I write. He I bers are urged to be present. ,
last Tuesday. We I. Our community was deeply with his mother, Mrs. Ada president. Mack Lee. At 7:30 I observed starting with Sun- .
wonderful visit. said he had a Bible that he
are glad to report that she is shocked last Tuesday night by Kelly. The family will leave I Choir No. 1 was in charge of: day School at 9:45: with Miss I I

home and getting along well. I the sudden death of A. L. Pol-I for their home in Atlanta, and "How ,shall we sing the read. l song service. Sermon delivered -: Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. G L A S S That's Our Business
foreign The Japanese have the
Lord's son gin a now
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Jonesof : hill. Our deepest sympathy Tyson will leave at the same. I by the pastor, Rev. McKay.j Morning service at 11 a. m. .HIf It's Glass We Have It"
I land? highest standard of educa-
:1
Lake City visited their sinter goes out to the family. !':F time for Korea. I CALL WRITE or VISIT
"If I forget you 0 Jerusalem tion in the world. Here 97 percent I
Mrs. Mary Freeman, last !|I Johnnie O. Dobbs left Wed- I
j King Edwarl Kerce son of AMBULANCE FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
let my right hand can read and write and I SERVICEPHONE
Sunday. Mrs. Freeman returned Mr. and Mrs. B. L. [Red I nesday with his soninlawand isI I
wither. are learning English. That
with them for a few days' Kerce of Tallahassee and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 964-2600 GLASS CO.
-Psalm 137 the highest in the world. We

:visit.Mr. Evelyn Woodfender of Detroit Amos Carlton and children of It was just last April thatI are losing out with too much DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
and Mrs. Howard Regis- Mich. were married on July 20 Palatka, for Marcus Hook, Pa. (NOT INC.)
I left Jerusalem loving the cigarette smoking, drinking of
ter and children of Lake City. in Chattanooga, Tenn. Edward for a visit with his son "Fermerly Joe Peters Glass (V
Mar-I Arabs with all heart. NowI beer and liquor and killing
my ;
DeWht C. Jones Funeral Director
and Mr. and Mrs.Gerald Onifs !- is the grandson of Mr. and jell, and daughter Betty. Registered We Design Modern Store Front
: am in Japan- Tokyo. I love each other in automobiles on
and children. Bruce and Mrs. Johnnie Bennett returned I Starke, Fla.
Mrs. E. W. Tompkins. .
the Japs now too. They are: the highway. I am ashamed: Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Mason Mikell the Jacksonville last week fram a visit
visited
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many I so kind, and so courteous and of many of our roadside areas RENTAL SERVICES Table Tops
Zoo last Sunday af- with her mother in England.
ternoon.Mr. I Harvey Williams will regretto Theodore Rosier and the they are treating me like a littered with empty beer cans. Hospital Bed, Wheel Chairs, Crutches 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2.4353
learn that she is a patient
Too much riding and fine
queen. I am happy BO happy. ,
and Mrs. L. D. Dobbs of I in Riverside Hospital Jack Perry Lee Hart family attended We go on tours every day I automobiles will make our

Gainesville visited relatives sonville.Mr. the wrestling matches I .
and come home at night to young people weak. Our TV .
here Sunday afternoon. I and Mrs. Jay Moody of in Jacksonville last Thursday this lovely hotel. Shiba Park.I preys upon the young with alluring -

Mrs. Marion Sapp of Lake Jacksonville were recent guests night. The food is delicious and we ads of cigarettes and
Butler was the recent guest of 1 of her mother. Mrs. Ada Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison :
have a pea with a green pod beer. God help us. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY:
Mrs. Bessie Sapp. While here.1 Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hall who have just returned from which is good. Yesterday we When you see Japan and S
they visited Mrs:Reddish An- and children, and :Mrs. E. W. i a vacation in the Smoky !
had trout and chicken both. its progress since the war-
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My bed is so comfortable andI even without Christian teaching -, -
and other'points, visited their C
I sleep well. I do not know it behooves us to pray
Cecil Addisons,
parents, the
STARKE Sr. at Heilbronn Springs and I.: when I was ever so happy. more. Only eight in every AUTO SALES & SERVICEBEAUTY SCHOOL GARDEN SUPPLIES MUSIC\ SUPPLIES
I God is good.It thousand people are Chris- I I
the Theodore Rosiers of Rai-
is now 3:30: a. m. I've tian. They have separationof I Culture' Gridley Music
ford last weekend. LINCOLN MERCURY Learn Complete Beauty
BUSINESS.DIRECTORY read my Bible, devotional church and state. Let us Women :Men Johnson & Paris, Inc.
Girls -
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--"---& -=::" booklets, and said a long read our Bibles in school and ICO3IET FIAT 3HETCOR Tuition Budgeted I Co. Inc.
We bus Complete Line of
prayer. are going by pray.
on another trip today. Yesterday we went to Nik- FREE PIACE3IENT SEEDSPLANTSUIFEETUJZERS CENTRAL J>. JORIDA'S
UTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE WILLIAMSJEWELRY Authorized Sales-Service- Special Brush-Up Courses I
: ko Park Complete Music Store
i Japan is a land of youth- on a beautiful electric -

eternal youth, for one sees train. I sat by a young Parts Insecticides-Pet Supplied"We i Pianos by Baldwin, Storey A

Earl's Garage Gardners |Ii very few old people. The I. Japanese business man. He Trained :neehanles-Good Central Hairstyling Rent Fertilizer Spreadera"I Clark, Henry L. Bllller.

I I streets swarm with studentsof was with his mother and father. College Flsehek

ALL KINDS OF Gulf ServiceAUTO i REPAIRS all ages-laughing, merry, I He gave me a fan and Ii Used Cara 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Organs by Baldwin & Coon

Mechanical Service II WATCHKS-DLVMONDS all dressed alike in black and, gave him a ball point pen. 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHQNE S72-0476 Gibson & Gretch Guitar.

AUTO REPAIR- WORK General Repairs Automatic! white. The boys wear black and chewing gum. They were Barkley Motors 876-4105 Gainesville, Fla. Amplifiers

AH Work Guaranteed Transmissions I! All Work Guaranteed ': trousers and snowy white I going to the park. There were 1004 N. Main

Phone JC3-2964 GULF PRODUCTS shirts, and the girls wear I I great crowds to see the Bud- 615 N. Main, GainesvilleB Gainesville Shopping Center

TIRES BATTERIES I A. C. Williams ;i black skirts or jumpers, and, dish and Shinto shrines. I BUILDING MATERIALS INSULATIONROOFINGAll
So. Walnut SUrki ; New and UsedPIANOS
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke 142 W. Call St. I sometimes middy blouses with I We saw great fields of rice,'

PHONE 964-6781 : I a black sailor collar. sweet potatoes, Taro potato & G Motors Co.
Roof American GUITARSDRU118SIIIZ.'I
I Starke, Fla. Here the young people walka I cauliflower, oats, barley corn, Ridgway MUSIC

AUTO SERVICE FLORIST lot, and play ball. The Uni- onions, lettuce, wheat so CADILLACOLDSMOBiLEF83mLV'tAN
J j' : versity of Tokyo has 14,000 many vegetables and fruit Truss Co. [Insulation & RoofingCO. Budget Ternu

Colonial Florist students-all 'A'" students. trees-so much of everything. Wood !TrussesPrefabricated 1& Lillian's Music Store

Gilbert S. Brown In Tokyo alone they have 100 The ground must be very fertile (Components
I Sales and Service
HAS NEW OWNERS
colleges. All students study and it is black. They have "Gainesville Leader"Since
New Roofs
Estimates Shinglesor
,'fitindard Station Dot Bagwell, Mgr. Any Size Free
Oil ServIce V1TAUKEEPS IS' English. I 56 inches of rain a year. The 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 1132 So. Main Gainesville 1933
FRESH FLOWERS Built-Up
ATLAS The TV tower here is the island is green and beautiful. Call 112 S. E. First GalnetrtlH
MEMBER F. T. D. i Tel. 372-3961-COllect Roof & .
Cleaning Repairs
TIRES & BATTERIES tallest in the world. Tokyo No smelly exhaust from automobiles PHONE 876-7515 :
Flowers Wired World Wide @ I out in the Fiberglass Insulation MOVER
Budget 'erm.sIb3ad. Boric has ten million people most country.My -
Starke Phone 964-6291 :' walking the streets going to room is air conditioned BUILDING SUPPLIES Blown or Batt Gainesville

Phone 864-7071. LANDSCAPINGHurst's YOUR HAIR : school and college and the good water and everything Crane Motor Co. Contractor or Retail

: university. They laugh and comfortable. McCoy Building MayflowerLOCAL
407 N. Tearple. Stark DAY or NTTE
WE SPECIALIZE IN : ALL DAY wave at us. These young people Yes God has blessed Japan. LARK ANGLLtENGUSH AND LQNQ
INEAT; :==: :I no longer believe in Bud- Today we take a trip to the FORD Supply Center PHONE 376-4236 DISTANCE MOVING .

.f I LANDSCAPINGAND NURSERY ;.:WflHaULREA:1_ :t ti :.1 I dism or Shinto and are ripe mountain, then off Wednes- LU3D3ER 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville Storage And Crating:

j I for Christianity. They call it day for Formosa. MERCEDES BENZ; VOLVO BUILDING SUPPLIES Gainesville Pbona S76- %U
Private and Commercial
Service Station 12 oz. -- 25c OFF the western religion. So we God bless you every one.Mother Authorized Sales & Service HARDWARE I!
Property LADIES WEAR
I should visit Japan and bring Lura I No. Main and 23rd Boulevard .
Security Transfer
-SINCLAIR- Also expert tree removal and "Comnletn___...____' _Sf'lM1.l'ft_ __ _for__ _All_ e.nnnn aen SOfl I
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Tri County Only 1.24 Slakes' J & Storage Inc.
CM Oils Lubrication OF INTEREST TO COLORED C h e r r y S AGENTS FOR,

Goodyear Tlre & Batteries I
Development I Co.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD 506 E. Ave.
COUNTYBy
University
TTflPll'c DRUG CEMENT Gainesville's :Most Fashionable FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER ,
ROAD SERVICE Trimming. Elizabeth Glvens PHONE S72-4S4S Inc.
I IULifl STOREStarke's ( ) Address For Ladies ,
Your Satisfaction Guaranteed.Lake .
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STEPPING STONES"If MATERNITY WEABACCESSORIES
School News News Phone 376-2666
It's Cement W* Cast It"
I August 9 marks the end of Mt. Moriah Met hodist DODGEDARTDODGE 1040 So. Main Gainesville
Newest and Friendliest! I -
the Summer School program Church Rev. Clarence Stegar Cement 105 W. University, Gainesvffie : -

after a successful and safe pastor, will hold services start- TRUCKS Precast Products NEON SIGNS

season. Everyone showed interest ing with Church School at
in the activities each 9:30 with Mrs. Essie Hollandin Sales-Puts--Service 2038 X. E. 27th Ave. Oainesylllo MATERNITY WEAR Jeffcoat

day and the staff is gratefulfor charge. Morning Worship USED CARS TOO PHONE 372-0953 Neon SignsNEON

MARIET the cooperation given by I Love Feast at 11 a.m. Eve- I
Poole-Gable PLASTIC PAIN'ITDNeon
parents and students. We are ning Worship, Holy Communion Motors i Nan's
Designing Neon Repairs
looking forward to a bigger 6:30.: Everyone is invitedto CONCRETE PRODUCTS !
119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Erecting Maintenance
and better program for next attend all services.-Harry Stork Shop
1611 S. Main ___ Gainesville
summer. Young reporter.
PHONE S72-4S4S
Open House At Thurston INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Special Occasion Dresses To Phone Day 372-0302
Pleasant Grove Methodist
Kite 872-8897
We are closing our Summer Church, Rev. Clarence Steger. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Every Day Sportswear .- -- U

Program with "Open House" pastor. The officers and mem- AUTO SALVAGE ARE THE BEST FROM Formats-Long Dresses, Slim I OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Wednesday Aug. 14, startingat bers want to welcome you to
Jim Shorts
Matching Tops
12 and lasting until Edwards Building
: noon attend our 14th anniversary on Ipaul's Parker'sGainesville's
.
late afternoon. Everyone is Auto SalvageWe BABY GIFTS
e these nights leading up to the Supply, Inc. Most Complete Of.
invited to come and see the date, Aug. 18. These churcheswill
114 So. Main Gainesville flee Equipment 1& Machine
-... exhibits made by the child- appear on the following Buy Wrecked Cars At 726 S. Main-372-4844 Store.

PLENTY FREE PARKING-Hwy. 16, Cor. Brownke & Church ren.There dates: Friday Aug. 9, 8 p.m., Gainesville, Fla --U Complete Office Planning
will also be hot fish TOP PRICES
Rev. McKay and congregation.
,MEN'S STORE Underwood Products
hot dogs, hot hamburgers, and
Thank wonderful Monday, Aug. 12, 8 p.m., Rev. AH Slakes & Models Used ELECTRIC MOTORS 601 W. University Ave.
and all
for
one to of ice for
YQU, your response plenty cream your Robinson and congregation. !Gainesville 372-2555

our grand opening last week. Keep Coming! enjoyment cents to cover- expenses.all for a Come few Thursday Aug. 15, 8 p. m.. Parts H. M. Chitty & Co. '

Rev. George Lee and congre Teletype Service-We will find Electric Motor PAINTS
have fun.Mrs.. S. C. Price,
gation. Sunday Aug. 18, Anniversary SINCE 1902

SWIFT'S TENDERIZED program PrePlanning leader.: Day services will be any part for you. Repair Co. S Curlee Suits Harper Paint Co.

The annual Pre-Planning held as follows: 11 a.m., Mt. Phone 376-4512 OP GAINESVILLE, INC. Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts We Stock

ROUNDSTEAKLB - -19C period for teachers of Brad- Moriah and Pleasant Grove COMPLETE ELECTRIC & Underwear WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG
Methodist Churches. Rev. 1301 S. Main Gainesville SMITH AND
ford County will start Aug. S
MOTOR Adams
Stacy Nonn-
,_ DUTCH BOY PAINTS
in
Steger charge. 2 to 3 p.m., -
19. Everyone is hoping for a. Busch Shoes.
New Bethel SALES AND SERVICE Painter's Supplies
Baptist Church,
good start for this school
PORK CHOPS LB. BEEF LIVER LB. Rev. A. Vinson in charge. 3 AUTO TIRESFOR "Distributor of Stetson & Mallory Hats. 10 S. W. 7th Street '
39c 29c
year.The new school term begins to 4 p. m., Mt. Zion AME, New Lincoln Motors"' 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville GainesvilleROOFING

Tuesday Sept. 3the day after -. Rev. Grimmage and congrega- THE BEST IN PHONE S72-8318

ROYAL GRADE Labor Day. All first graders : tion in charge. 4 to 5 p. m., RECAPPINGcars I 1030 S. Main. Gainesville


FRYERS F -"A"C' for the who first are time entering are required school I Free and Canaan congregation Rev. S.in W.charge.White: Trucks- Tractors FLOOR COVERING MONUMENTS\ The Helzel Co.

to bring a birth certificate and 1 7:30 p.m., Greater Bell Rev. 100% Grade A Cold Rubber S ROOFING
: Anderson and C METAL *
congregation Gainesville SHEET
old Granite
must be six years on or

-- before Dec. 31, 1963. I and Rev. J. B. F. Williams in Factory Trained Recapper Central Florida Tile AIR pONDITIONINGNojobTooLarge
RIB & BRISKET Large, FreshMULLET & Marble Works Or Too Small

-- i English Tire & & Marble Co. 202 S. E. 4th st. GalQMTiUt

STEW -- LB. LB. CEMETERY MONUMENTS 372-1491
PHONE
29 23cFirm : Gas Genie CARPETS BY
& MARKERS
I says:
if Recapping i iI Lee's, :Monarch Downs, Loomweave Lettering & Cleaning PHOTO SHOP

Ripe YellowBANANAS ___ Cut I Boom Size Wall to Wall Domestic & Industrial Marble
a\ Those 1111 S. Main Street Fuller's Foto Inc.
I InstallationArmstrong & Granite ,

-- LB. lOcoONIONS 2 LBS. 15c10LBS. \ Repair Bills !: Gainesville 372-2197 : and Kentfle Coffee Tables Counters Central Florida's Finest

Selection of
Floor Coverings Fireplaces
COMPLETE LINES OF New & Used Cameras
'; withNatural Automatic Transmissions TILES MARBLE 2135 S. E. 4th St. Photographic Equipment A

TABLE POTATOES 39C 1' I Gainesville 376-6151 Supplies
GasFor 1540 Waldo Kd. G'ville 376-6406 Blaot & White Finishing

ONE DAY SERVICE
Before Noon-Out at 5
(Limit-10 Lbs.) In

ALL :MAKES-REPAIR FARM & INDUSTRIAL MotorcyclesScootersStreit's 619 W. University GaincsYillt

6 oz. InstantMAXWELL Good Hope "care free:. ," "trouble free" heating, cooking : AND EXCHANGE TYPEWRITERS

and water heating there's nothing like Natural I
HOUSE

-3 Tall Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's I; Gator Automatic Central Tractor Co I Bicycle ShopCnshman Hancock Typewriter

COFFEE a 69c! MILK 39 safe, it's clean and your supply is always there. FCRD TRACTORSFord & Vespa Scooters ExchangeJOHN
:Transmission Service Farming Implements Docati BSAZundapMotorcyclesSales

GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE I Agricultural Industrial & Service
With 5 Food Order
Limit 3 Cans INC. HANCOCKVictor
Complete Service & fart ,. SCHWINN BICYCLES
Dept
R. C. Allen ClaryKegna
STARKE NATURAL GAS i Good Used Equipment Locksmith &: Safe Work .-Sales & Service
GA. RED 303 TOMATOES 2 CANS 25' ii SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.)
CITY HALL Phone 964-2351 i,19, 44&3. N. W.' 6th. Gainesville "15. W. University Ave. 431 N. Main Gainesville

:Gainesvffle PHONE 372-0372 PHONE 376-5430 Gainesville 370-7761 Phone 5785551PAGE
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