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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 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLU3CE EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1963
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(A A special audit of the City were available to the auditon. IL-1 wJ Enters Clerks Race

of Keystone Heights, coveringthe if they had asked for them." _

.[ period Nov. 1, 1962: He added that: "Apparently

through June 30..1963 brought!: the auditors were not aware .

forth prolonged discussion at that the tickets used are a -S

7-'L the regular council meeting combination summons and-or 4sS
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1'I Tuesday night, and will be warning ticket. Warnings are Annual leached

the subject of a special meet- not supposed to be docketed." _

_ __ i__ _.__-_ ing to be called soon. Cash Dwindles : ': --
Filed by the firm of Brad- The audit showed that the Turnover Hurts

P. R. Entzminger Timber Department manager for Container Corporation, is shownJreW'ntlng ley and Triplett. Green Cove town had a cash balance of

] to Tyler Jones Container field representative a safety award for 2,000 days Springs CPAs, the audit pointed $6307.17 Nov. 1, 1962. and ..

Without time lost from an accident at the Bradford Woodyard. Others shown ((1-r) are up alleged deficiencies in receipts of $22,412.64 during -i Students Casey"It

George Roberts, woodyard foreman Leroy Raulerson Nathan Mosley, and Corwfci Burk- police records and certain the audit period, making a :

I I hurdt. other procedures at Keystone total of 28719.81 cash avail- c.. ...L..:._-4 tt-55"":'-- .. .... .:._

Heights City Hall. able. Expenditures during this. i'-'',;' .., "j..,' would take a $1,000 Redgrave Johns Doyle
-- Under the heading "Fines period were 27416.6() leavinga
; ::ii : : ,$1 raise to stabilize the teaching
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and Forfeitures" the audit .
cash balance of 1303.15 on -"$SS "' I "
-- profession in this county. Fuel was added to the slow-burning fire,of the upcoming .
Ir noted: "No entries on Docket June 30. 1963. Principal Tom Casey said as : September 10 city election when Mrs. Carolyn

cases after not April written 17. 1963.up." Many As the council met to discuss -II If erreD Signs he looked at the list of 22' Redgrave, long time city hall employee, qualified
the audit report Tues- teachers who left Bradford
Police records the audit noonVednesday, to oppose City Clerk :Merrill Ed-
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day night, the city's bank balance High School last term.
continued, "are still deficientin wards.
was reported at around Teacher turnover at the
the following respects: too low Bonus Contract No other incumbent official has drawn competition -
$800, to finance the school during this summer
1. All tickets are not accounted so far, however.It .
purchase of
cent.
\ a hoped-for new has amounted to 44 per
for. fire truck. will be Mrs. Redgrave'sfirst Mrs. Ruby Johns, present
Almost half, 22 of 50 teachers,
2. Many cases where bond is George E.- LaRue, Keystone With% PiratesKen left the high school for higher shot at the political ring council chairman has served

taken are not written up in Heights business man attending -, pay, because their husbands but she has worked in the city eight years at her Group 4

I docket. the meeting, asked as a Terrell, all-round athlete finished school, or because clerk's office for 16 years, post longest of any memberof

3. Bonds are not promptly: point of information, whetherthe and 1963 graduate of they simply left the teaching first under former clerk Carl the present board. She paid
in Bradford Johns who retired in 1959 her qualifying for the.upcoming -
; I deposited bank account but town had a right to divert High School, has profession Casey said. '
are deposited about once a funds, previously earmarkedfor signed a bonus contract with As late as Tuesday August and since then under the pres- race on August 1.

Joe Cissy area forester for Container Corporation is shown receiving a safety award month. There is no point in public buildings, to'use for the Pittsburgh Pirates, it was 14, Casey still had eight ent clerk Merrill Edwards. If She was first elected In 1955.

for 1,000 days of operation without time lost from an accident in the Bradford Forest having a bond account unless replacement of equipment. He announced last week teaching positions unfilled. elected she will be Starke'sfirst under the old group system

/ Area from P. R. Entzminger manager of the Timber Department. Others shown ((I-r) are these receipts are deposited on said the slty had several thous- A four-letter winning cen- Last year he had to open woman city clerk. and was second polling 378
the next banking day. and dollars in terfielder in high school Ter- school with three teachers not She has lived in Starke votes, only 20 less than the
Albert Sparks Jake Fowler, Paul Starling Shirley Testone, Leslie Griffis Jim Williams, a building fund ,
and is the
and Ernest Ru s. Under the heading "Gen- several years ago, but that rell received $7,500 bonus to hired and it looks as if the since 1923 leader in a field of eight men.

eral Comments" the audit this had pow been used, for sign a year's contract with the same thing might happen. this widow of the late John Red- In 1957 she was the top can
said: grave who was a fireman for didate in the field and since
other purposes. He suggestedan Pirates after try-outs at Day- term, he said.
Timbermen Receive Safety AwardsCertificates "Receipts were not Journalized opinion from the State At- tona Beach recently. He will Because of an increased Seaboard Airline Railroad. SheIs then has been unopposed.
for the months of April the daughter of Mrs. Lula Councilman J.
D. Doyle a
torney General on this matter.No .! report to the Gastonia [N.C.I] student load, up to almost
and May 1963. Hutto and has one son veteran of three terms the
on
\ action was taken on La- 1,200 this term, BHS will i
of Merit were been with the company for 25 I received the Safety Award for "The disbursements journalwas Rue's suggestion. I Continued on Page 5] have four additional teachersfor Wayne, a 19-year-old studentat board who has also served as

presented to the men of the years. The award was pre- the Bradford Forest Area for incomplete for several of a total of 54 instructors.Of St. Johns River Junior Col.. chairman, qualified for re-

Bradford Woodyard and the sented for 2.000 days of oper- 1.000 accident free days, between the months, and the bank accounts ------ those teachers 26 will be lege. elected to his Group Two post

Bradford Forest Area of Container ation without time lost because July 18, 1959' and. A- were not reconciled for new, meaning the high school Incumbent City Clerk Mer.. on August 3. He was first elected -

Corporation of America of an accident. Entizmlnger pril 1,2' '1962. Credit for this the last five months of the will have 48 per cent of new rill Edwards, who announced in 1957 when he was' second -

T by P. R. Entm nger. Timber praised Foreman ''fecord went to Ass't. ,Area period. Also there was no or- personnel. for re-election last week is man in the group of four

Department Manager this George Roberts L. Raulerson,I Forester. -Fred ..'Snell Area derly filing of bank statements completing his second term in behind Mrs. Johns with 637
Casey stressed that continu-
past week. and Nathan Mosley for contributlng -, Ranger Albert Sparks, J. A. and other current rec- : office. He first gained the post votes.. In 1958 the city passed
ally having.so many new personnel -
Through last week the wood- to the record. I[ Williams, E. V, Russ- .S. L. ords; thus making it difficultto is ,detrimental to ,the. hi 1959 after the retirementof legislation establishing the

yard had run up a grand total Joe Gissy. Area .Forester, Testone,.' nd'' J.: L. Griffis. assemble' the various rec- students., It takes months of former city clerk Carl present five groups so that

4r of 2,700 accident free days or ords'needed for the audit. valuable time fat new-teachers Johns by defeating Cliff Ha- challenges would run against

over'- even'years'of safe operation -- : ')"As gtmeraPiedgeir: was zen, 1,152-428. Edwards had indiVidual councilmen.

and the Bradford Forest Property S Sales l Total $$23X025: not posted! ; this office -recapped ..their to become Jobs. he fully said adjusted and' to familiarize to- challenged Johns in 1957 but Under the new ruling Doyle

Area. was presented a certificate all the receipts and disbursements themselves with the was defeated in his first' bid beat James Lewis 843-608: in
for 1.COO of for the entire for the office by two votes
days
1959. He also defeated two
students' backgrounds."I I
continuous operation without In County From July 8Aug. 51 period from Nov. 1, 1962 to can look at my staff 752-750. He was not opposedin challengers in 1961 when he

time, lost from an accident." June 30, 1963: .right now and tell you that 1961. polled 592 votes 267 more

Receiving the Safety A- Brune Makes Statement f I'll have about the same turn- Councilmen Qualify than Fred Snell who polled

ward for the Bradford. Wood- Property transactions' in he duly constituted and appointed Casper Brune, Keystone I over next year," Casey said, Starke's two veteran city 325 while Jim Silcox trailed

yard was Tyler Jones who has Bradford County totaled $233- : Guardian of the heirsof Heights Chief of Police said "It'll take at least that much councilmen have also thrown with 251.Deadline.

025 during the period from Marcus Reddish yesterday that "The tickets their hats in
to WilliamC. [$1,000] to stabilize these skil- the political ring. for candidates to
July 8-August 5, according to Hill Starke 145 of
River acres led people." He said that manyof qualify is next Tuesday, Au-
New Wettest I
deeds filed in the office of land : :
$1,966.State
Morgan Sees __--- --'-- -__ -- ... ,. "'''',; 'iiil the new teachers: he has I Pleasure Boat gust 20.
the clerk.
Section In CountyNew county of Florida to Guy An- "I Don't See How Anyone Could Live Through That"FIIP hired for this term "are very! Registration books will be

Only sales of $1,000 or more drews. 730 square feet of land. Need For More Trooper J. !I. bus points out capable people but they won't open at the city hall until 12
River was the wettest :are listed. Prices are figured 17505. wreckage of the 1953 ReregistrationUnder
Chevrolet In which three be here but a year or two. noon Saturday August 24.
from documentary tax stamps persons'were riding when it collided
section of Bradford County
Leon Wilkerson to Bryant of the teachers hired Starke voters may get to
Tech SchoolsStrong headonith Many
last week according to the affixed to the deeds. The a pulpwood truck near Hampton. The driver WayReregistration
Wilkerson Lawtey, 15 acres will commute to Starke from witness a new wrinkle in the
transactions were: Richard CraIgAdam 19, of Hampton was In critical
Florida Forest Service's wea- condition
of land 1500. endorsement of new the University of Florida in city election if the high man
of Ethan A. Sapp to Dempsey in the Gainesville Medical Center
ther report. with 5.4 inches alter having his lefteg
Heirs of Luther G. Powellto technical schools to train Gainesville where their husbands of pleasure in each race does not receive
R. Sapp. Gainesville, 196 acre
rain.The farm $24,000. Martha Powell McClans young people for jobs in a amputated. attend school These boats under the new law be- more votes than the sum of

Santa Fe Tower reported Roy, A. Starr to Harold E. and J. Huston McClane her i world being rapidly automatedwas Near wives work to put their hus- gan Monday; August 12, at the his opponents' votes. Heretofore -

3.1 inches of rain and theLewis Waters Starke, 10 acres of husband, Decatur Ga., parcel I voiced by Bradford Coun- Hampton bands through college but as office of Tax Collector J. R. the high man in each

Hill Tower at Highland land. $4,800.Roger of land, $7,500. ty School Superintendent H. soon as he graduates they Kelly. group was declared the victor -

1.4 inches.No Leroy Tomlinson to Bessie I P. Morgan in a talk at the 4 either leave the teaching pro- Registration is required only but the 1963 Legislature

fires were reported last P. Bryan Sr., to I. Faxon. Gainesville parcelof Rotary Club Wednesday. Injured In Car fession when he becomes the for pleasure boats with more changed the law to providefor

week from Monday through James E. Miller Keystone land, $9,130.J. "Six million people are un- breadwinner or at least move than 10-horsepower motors, a second primary in cases
Sunday. Since January 1 this Heights, residence in Key- nation, whileat regardless of length. Kelly in which the high man does
T. Quigley and L. A. Davis employed in the to the husband's new job, the
year there have been 15 fires stone Club Estates. $10.800. the same time many new- stated.Of said boat owners should bring not receive a clear majority.
to Denver R. Devrick, sale 1 ruck Collision principal
Godwin to A. E.
Henry T.
in Bradford County and 507.8 industries are seeking their old registration certifi-
type
of the Bradford Builders SuP- the 22 teachers who left
Brown Jr., Starke parcel of
acres burned. During the same workers and cannot cates with them to avoid de
skilled
land $4,000.Carl ply building in Starke. $7,500. BHS last term seven will teachat in Pulpwood Truck
period last year there were 157 find them." Morgan said. lay. Decals are available

fires and 1349.5 acres burned. H. Smith, Macclenny, Irma S. Kennedy to James "A liberal arts education is Four persons were injured, pending investigation of the higher salaries in other the collector's office.
to James F. Putnam. Starke. W. Dickerson counties, seven quit because Semi-Trailer
Keystone two
seriously enough to betaken
not for everyone, the super- accident, according to Trooper Kelly said that today
Band Practice residence $9,000. Heights residence. 9500. intendent declared. pointingout to the Gainesville Medical Hollis. The two vehicles bash. their husbands graduated from [Thursday August 15] is the
Seeber M. Denmark and college and moved elsewhere, Smash On 307
that only eight per cent Center, last Friday, at ed head-on into each other on deadline to re-register boats
Starts WednesdayRegular Stephen G. Denmark, a s three, left the teaching pro-
Gold Head Gets of high school graduates en- dusk when a 1953 Chevroletand a straight, level road and th3 Under: the new law but en-
Trustees of the John H. Den- fession entirely three took
ter professions. "The best education a 1958 Ford pulpwood estimated speed of each was forcement will be relaxed fora A $1,000 property damage
band practice will mark Trust, to A. J. Faulkner New DirectorZane leaves of absence, and two
is that which equipsthe truck collided head-on .8 about 40 mph. According to reasonable time due to delay recorded but no injuries re.
begin next Wednesday, August 93 acres of land. $12,666. quit teaching to get married.Of .
individual, to the extentof miles north of Hampton on Hollis, the car was two feet in getting the new decalsto suited when a pulpwood truck
Brad-
DeLoach superintendent -
at moved to
21, from 9-11 ajn. the seven who
Georgia I... Denmark a his ability to become e SR221."I into the left side of the road the various counties according ran a'stop sign on SR-227 and
ford High School, accordingto at Gold Head Branch State get higher pay one coach is
Elden Math- widow to AJ.. Faulkner productive member of society. don't see how anyone when the collision occurredat to an announcement from smashed into the aide of a

Bandmaster II Starke 235 acres of land Park near Keystone Heights, There is such a thing as 'ed lived through it," said investigating 7:15 p.m. last Friday. in Tampa than at he$1,500 received more here per, the Florida Board of Conser- semi-truck and trailer en U.s.

ews.All $66,833. has been transferred to the ucated bums' -' those who officer Trooper J. M. The car traveled only eight .l year vation. The new measure automatically 301 2.3 miles south. of Starke
includ- moved to South
band members, another coach
James H. Gamble to Pioneer same position at Lake Griffin may be educated from books, Hollis of the Florida Highway feet after'impact and was totally became law at at 5 pan.

ing new ones, should attend. Finance Company residence, State Park near Leesburg- but who still can't pay their Patrol as he looked at the demolished. The truck wife Carolina with, him taking at $1,000 his teacher more.A midnight July 9 when Gov According to Florida High.

3000. own way in society," Morgan bashed wreckage of the car. was knocked up on its side Farris Bryant failed to veto it. way Patrol Trooper J. M. Hol
Ed Collins formerly super- math teacher moved to P.
Julian Fralick. Lawtey, to The car was ripped wide open I 16 feet from the point of im The new registration certificates investigating officer. Franda .
School in
Carlos Johnson, Lawtey, five intendent at Suwannee River said.He urged support of a constitutional down its left side with the pact. K. Yonge at High will be valid for only Scott Oravlgz of starke
Gainesville $1,100 more;
Season Football I acres of land $2.400. State Park near Ellaville will] amendment to be dashboard pushed completelyback another couple. both teachers: 12 months under the new law l'I driver of the pulpwood truck

Sale Gladys Lowell Scholl to Titus i replace DeLoach at Gold I on the November general elec- into the seat. The smaller Judge Yawn moved to Okeechobee Countyfor and win expire June 30, 1961. was charged with violation of
Tickets On
vehicle smashed its Under the law passed by the right-of-way and possession
L. M. Head. way
Inman Green.
Olson. 'j tion ballot which would en- a total raise of $1,500, andyet
19 Gaines and E. A. Winkler, as I able the state to float bOnas under the big truck knocking -I Opens Private another coach-teacher the 1963 Legislature the reg- of an Improper driver's
Monday, August it up on its side. istration fees are Increased license.
for members of Law Offices
Trustees the and
educational
Season Football for a vast new moved to Lakeland at $700
but the boats are exempt from Driver of the 1958 Ford
BP.O.E. Lodge No. 1802. Richard Craig Adams, 19
$8.00 technical school building pro- more than he was drawing In
Starke, residence, 17500. Tickets Ready gram. of Hampton, driver of the car County Judge T. A. Yawn Bradford County. personal property tax. but semi-trailer Clyde Watson

PHONE GYM OFFICE Heirs of E. J. Dinkins and For Sale MondaySeason In regard to the much discussed was taken to the medical canter officially opened on August 1 registration fees have gone up. Crawford of Winter Haven
school Is not the
The high said that of the
Kelly any turned left to avoid colliding
Supreme where he was in critical offices in the Register Build-
964-3091 Willie Dinkins to A. T. Paul. action of the U.s. -
Street only school in the county still 21 boat owners who registered with the pulpwood truck but
DELIVERY Starke, 10 acres of land, $1- football tickets will Court concerning religion condition after having his left ing on South Walnut
FOR FREE either.As .
week
where his short teachers this their boats before the new could not make It. The 1960
[Old Park Theatre]
leg amputated. He also hada
i go on sale Monday. August 19, in schools Morgan
000.Robert I civil late as Tuesday special education decals arrived can now pick Ford pulpwood truck knockedthe
firm will practice general
Or Contact Any Varsity C. Fitzsimmons to for $8 each same price as last: said "We win go on much as possible skull fracture. instructor and first
a at his office
I one up south-bound semi into the
CheerleaderThis William C. Hill Starke 145 year, according to Athletic Director we have done in the past, :Margaret Kim Johns aged law I grade teacher were needed at The collector listed the new north traffic lane of the divided

acres of land. $1.966 David Hurse. leaving the matter up to the 7. one of two passengers in Judge Yawn says he still Starke Elementary Lawtey Jr. schedule of fees according to four-lane highway.
of the individual tea- the car, was also taken to the plans to continue in his Capacity I ,
I wisdom
:to Persons who bought season
Carl need-
Reddish to William C. High and Hampton both boat length including the 50 The big truck was hauling
tickets last will be given I cher." He said that contraryto medical center with possible I as county judge and
Hill. Starke 145 land. year and The
acres of ed first grade teachers cent service charge. prices produce south and the pulp-
will be in his offices on
preference in obtaining the popular misconception the internal injuries, Trooper Hol- new .
$1,966. neededa
Southside Elementary are:
truck also loaded.
wood was
Space ContributedWeekly I: Edward James Holbrooks same seats this season, Hurst Supreme Court ruling was a- lis said. The other passenger a part-time basis only.He Bet- fourth grade teacher. Boats less than 12 feet.

I said. Tickets may be purchased gainst the making of laws and Kenneth 1,. Johns. 11. and I has employe4 Mrs. $1.50 12 to less than 16 feet. '
and Lois Reddish Holtoooks Bradford High positionsstill ; NOTICE
to Publicize by calling the gym office, regulations to enforce specific Charles Hill. 31. driver of the ty Ann Phillips as a full-time
16 to less than 26 feet
to i $5:50: ;
William C. Hill Starke, secretary in his private firm. unfilled are in mathematics -
phone 964-3091, and asking to and other religious pulpwood truck were both Recreation
prayers The Starke
$1050 26 feet to less than
Events by 145 ;
Community i acres of land $1966. I music, junior high English
have them delivered or they practices. He said a good tea- taken to Bradford County 40 feet $30.50; 40 feet to less Board states that the Teen
BUY Industrial
Arlan Edward Reed and ANGUS BULLS secondary Fnglfch.
The Community may be purchased from any cher could take into consideration Hospital The Johns boy had arts combination than 65 feet. $50.50; 65 feet Town Recreation Center located -
Doris Reddish Reed to William a
C. Hill. 145 of varsity cheerleader. the make-up of his class abrasions and a possible skull L. M. Ayers and Delbert math-science instructor, and to less than 110 feet. $60.50; I on Grove Street is nota

State Bank land. $1.966.Melvene Starke.. acres The tickets will be valid for and govern himself accordingly fracture and Hill bad severe Green. both of Starke, recently two business education per 110 feet and over. $75.50, and part of the citywide pro
the five varsity home game in the area of daily religious I lacerations of the head ani purchased Aberdeen-Angus dealers demonstration tags, gram operated by the Starke

-1 Reddish Brehme as only. observance. I I ankle. bulls from Ralph J. Cordinerof [Continued on Page SI 1050. _. ___ Recreation Department

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'i FACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE FLORIDA THOISDAT,'AUGUST 15,1D6S
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1 Mrs.: F.: "W.'Strickland and Mrs. John Frye and daugh Mr. and Mrs. Ronald An- C I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ,Parks'! Mrs. A. W. Anderson and |i Emmett Gahagan of Bluff- I': MisS ""julia'vAnn Walters ofTrenton

family and Mrs. Marion Moyer ter. Fran and Mrs. Emma drews and sons left Thursdayfor of Jacksonville spent the past j Dorothy Jean Mixon spent;:, ton, .S.:: C. spent the first of : C iSVisinher, cousins
spent several days last weekat Pinner of Chamblee, Ga. were Anaheim, Calif, for, a two | two weeks at Kingsley. Lake i i '
j the weekend at Cocoa and the week with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. 'Randal Chitty
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Daytona Beach. Monday visitors. of Mr. and weeks visit with her mother.. Mrs. Eugenia Worley of I I.
I ; for two weeks.
Merritt Island visiting Mr. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan.
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. : Mrs. J, B. Wright. : Aiken, S. C. spent several i I I : : i.-
and Mrs. John D. Anderson Mrs. li-' Outlaw, Mrs
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Mr. and i! Mr. and Mrs Oscar Carter
children were visiting her par Mrs. 'Joe Bakken Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wil- days last week: with her sister -[
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward' Jack Hazen, and Mrs. Randal
ents Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. i'and childre: of Starke, and | liams were visiting her mother Mrs. Claude Crowson and i; I had as guests last Saturday
GLADYS MOOT PHQNZI : 9i104MV I Brandon Sr. in Quincy the; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Chesser; Mrs. J. F. Rogers in Jack Mr. Crowson. j Schwab. night, for a chicken barbecue ;i Chitty and family spent last
I I of Keystone Heights visited '! Mrs. Gladys Harrington attended j : week, at the. Thomas camp in
I I past two weeks while Mr. i sonville over the weekend.Mr. : Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar and M. D. Carter Miss Minnie
V Mrs. W. E. Lawson and Mrs. > Mr. and :Mrs. S. G. Denmark :i Bloodworth was at National )I the Jacksonville Zoo on Sun- j and Mrs. Donald Albrit- Mrs. Mary S. Nolan of st.Petersjurg' a "coffee" last Thurs- I the Scrub.
day. i day honoring Miss Mary Jo Carter, Mrs. Lulabelle Parks, 1 i Mr. and Mrs. H. G Davis
C. L. Cooper and daughter left Aug. 9 for Camp Chat ;' Guard camp. j I iI ton ani children have returned Beach spent Mon- ,
.... Clarinell spent 'last week at tooga. Tallulah Falls. Ga. to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hersh- ': Archie Green, of San Francisco i I to their home in Tallahassee -J, day to Wednesday with Mr. Pabst, fiancee of Marion Harrington Freeman Johns and Mrs. Ef- ;,,; Jr. and family visited Mrs
( i Calif is home two .. given by Mrs. Abe fie Johns. I I Lucile Davis Monday. evening
Shady Grove Youth Camp get their daughter, Joyce, who' berger and Mr. and Mrs. James I on i after spending the sum- ,i; and Mrs. Terwillegar Jr. and 'j',
I weeks vacation. Slutzah in Jacksonville. Recent of Mrs. Eff'e'Johns enroute to their horn
near Leesburg. |I I"J has spent a month there. ) Hershberger and family of'[ j I mer at Kingsley Lake. I family. She' guests while
Capt. and Mrs. Don Koretz I From there they went to II Akron, Ohio are spending two j Mr. and Mrs. Charles I! also attended a luncheon it were Mr. and Mrs. Harold i i in Gainesville"gaffer a four-
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson Miss Susan Slade has
M of Patrick AFB spent Thurs- Camp Cloudmont, Valley 1 weeks with their daughter'!i Schmitt and daughter Bar.' returned the San Joss Country Club'' Smith of. Lakeland, last:, week European-tour. While in
bara Ann, spent the past two Jr. and family spent the from a month's trip tai en Saturday given by Mrs. Saturday, and Mrs. Henry Paris they surprised :'o
day to Monday with her mother Head, Ala. to get their son, and sister. Mrs. Bob Badgett i were
past two weeks at Gold Head.i California with her cousin '
bars Arlin McKnight,] Steve, who has been a Junior and family. i' weeks at Black Mountain. N. :i Mars David Cooper and Miss Carter ';of Maxville; over the meet Mr: and Mrs s': L
Branch.Mr.
<1 and two frt nds.
while enroute to the Univer- Counselor. there for two Eric MCInt 7e' of Jacksonville II C. girl John Lindsey for Miss. Pabst weekend. Peek Jr. of Stark who ,were
sity of Connecticutt where i;,, months. I.I is spending this week I Mr. and Mrs. Dave PaulK and Mrs. Mack Wil-i<1 Mrs. Rose Ronson and Mrs. and attended the bridesmaids Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley : also enjoying atour of Europe

Cupt.: Koretz is being transferred -j Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Dill were :, with his grandparents, Mr. spent last Thursday night in' hams Jr. and family of Chil- A. W. Chapman and childrenof luncheon given by Mrs. R. A. returned Friday after a visit While the Dames were away
by the Air Force for a''1 visiting relatives in Waycross,. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. St. Marys. Ga. with Mr. i I licothe, Ohio are visiting Mr. Columbus Ga. are spendingten Pabst at her home 1715 Clem- with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L their children stayed with

years' post graduate study. I I Ga. and Jacksonville last i Mrs. M. E. Griner of Lake Paulk's sister Mrs. John !I'! and Mrs- Williams" ",Sr.. this days with Mr. and Mrs.E. son Rd., Jacksonville on Wed- Johns at their new home in their grandfather, H. G Davis -

Mrs 'A. Z. Adkins and i week. 4I,%. ti!iI I! Butler was a Monday visitor Stone who is ill. I week. E.. Tanner. nesday. Apollo' Beach. Sr. in Rocky Mount, N. C"w'R'

grandson Jimmy Guy, have' Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. of Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wrye and ,(

returned from two weeks va- I i i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thom- Miss Cynthia Schoen of Fort .,., ..
'Stith and three children of I .. '+ewwewu2''**'' '''' ) '1t. :: .. .. .
r cation in Waynesville' and Leesburg, Va. were overnight i as and daughter, Kathleen, Lauderdale were weekend ..'! ..' ...... "w;): .v*.. RS.>..> -4.,: f'{!'\.. <><.:.':f.'w"v'.;,. "". .;.;:. >. $, c'. ",',''.;. ,:i"1>.:;$'f: :{ :" ;'J: ... .. ,: /:';:'..:'.'i..v .:'.:':V' ,.: ,,,,, .'....'..:...v'fu''.,."'kv4Z... ..... Qi {
Bla k Mountain, N. C. guests Monday of their grand- I, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. guests. of !ir. and Mrs. Tyler : : '

J nine and Bill Gay are mother, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.' George Hockette in Fort Lau- I Jones.I
'
visiting their aunt Mrs. R. N. ; derdale last week. I Mrs. Lester Hardigree and Tl1lfrs'dl fri.tfllY & SuturduyR
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall
White In'Plant City this Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent I children Orlando spent sev
and sons spent last week I
eral days last week with Mr. .
the
past two weeks with
.
week.Mr.. and Mrs. Buford Mit camping in the Smoky Moun- :' daughter and family, Mr. and her.I and Mrs. Tiler Jones. ILtA1 : <..:.. :. '- ::.i<. ': ". .' '," 't":. .:. .;>':: ." '(: Y '..",\' ',"."'\ .... "\ }, :.. ; ".'
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tains. I .. ; "'," "" 1:. !' :< \ ...'. t1i )
i rhell 1 Air, and Mrs. Gerald\I Mrs. Charles Patrick in West j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins ;.,' ,."".','':::1!'.';::2$).":""....;""' >...,. -.n,>>' .,w; .-...O'S.: ",'.. ': "... .'+."'.,' ,.- ',...,;,' .
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Strick I and children l. 2I "i' h.' ". \-x",,,. } :< and Alice '
Mrs. '
Florida. Weldon I : "'.'.. ;;." 'N: "
Griffis, and Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. had asi ';' ,, ... ... : :::' : .:; ?;i:>: ,7.v. :
C.; ''Chastain Jr. attended T'I I land of Vero Beach are spend- i weekend guests at her cottageon i Smith spent the weekend at "-#''''''''\,. ;::.; .& ; '.>. .d 1
two weeks at Strickland's l ,
Dixie baseball tournament ing Crystal Lake, the Charles Clearwater Beach.
Pensacola the first part of Landing. Patrick family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Vernon Barnett and
last week Mrs. Edna Hutchinson Is Steve Weldon and children of children of Key West are

Mrs. L. F. Dinkins was visiting Mrs. Julia Blow in I Macclenny, and Mr. and Mrs. spending this week with her

u visiting her son-in-law and Norfolk, Va. Jimmy Weldon and family of parents. Mr. and :Mrs. A.

daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nor- Jacksonville.Mr. Dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Eston

Stith In Washington D. C. man of Starke and Miss Kathryn and Mrs. Carl White Jordan, r

Ube past week Epperson of Lake Butler..I Jr. and family of Miami spent Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift I ,.../1;.. =f .
Mrs. J. D. Doyle was a med- were in Gatlinburg, Tenn.,,I J the past week with Mr. and : of St. George, Ga., and Mr. .I .....J.,;"'" :...
ical patient in the J. Hillis I July 29 to Aug. 2. where Mrs.. Mrs. Robbie Shaller and Mr. i and Mrs. Claude Johns of the I 1'4' '.'. Hie Year'sWomen

Miller Medical Center, July 29 Norman and Miss Epperson and Mrs. Bill Tilley. I State Farm were weekend f.i.t-; x '
.
to Aug. 3. Last week, Mr. and ;i i attended the Southeast Regional -,I Mrs. R. L. Porter of Dem-I Paulk.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave I, .r' ......:.:...;..,f...'.'<'ii.'::',':% J A.,.. V',.,:,."'.,#:.',.:t:",'., .,, ,. I ,
Mrs. Doyle were; vacationing Conference of Delta. : orest, Ga., and Mrs. J. W. ; : '' v BIGGEST SAL'E 14L
'.l ;. ., ....... .,itA. ,.>; :..: ..:.< .1.: ,. '
Joey Bakken celebrated .w t ; ,
his
at Clearwater Beach and visit I Kappa Gamma. The KormarnI : Grizzle of Winder. Ga. re-( '" >" t\ ., '" :

ing Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dow-i spent last week in Washing turned I to Starke Saturday seventh birthday on Tuesdaj .:J(, ..:.-..':*;ti:,:w..,:, .,... ."f',. <:"t.: 4"=. : p JiJ. .. .'},.;t'0 t...., .".:e JW..,::. ..'- sl',:,. .,,,"< *.,.>t 3..j,, ;' :"v'3 ':."',:::",..'t. ;; ':. _. ... ... : .._,_ __ f ,"

I ling In Dunellon. I I ton, D. C. I rod with Hamilton their sister, and Mrs.family Sher-after | the with Nelson a family Green dinner home.party at .t.m.-, <' >: ,,.,..,..,.,,.....w,_ w-.o..v___ __ .ma_ _..=---....,-:._"..'..'..,,......-mr.<' ,..i\\.. .;.3.t,"_"::.-",..,\,.*..."..:,\,;.'"":".",;a."..:..._...ia:':.w.v..'.. "1,:',".:.'.:,...'.7.".,..:-..'.,"...,.....-,:,..._.,'_. .' :''''a'':.,,''.'>-'n..,'('',_;\:,-':'"twwl'.-'.'"";'''..=*'."... .,'.'._''):,';'',--x,'<:.,:t,>'w,.:.",,:.,..._. ".'..\_' .......". ,,,"...::,':,,' v-..::o..<;".. ': ..h:-(:",;'1.i".; ,.,,:t to.:,'.:fir t'.,et.\ '""

." their week's visit in Wind- Mr. and Mrs. H. 'H. Joinerof

I er with her parents and rela- Winter Garden are visitin SAVE ON NEW FIRST QUALiTY MERCHANDISE

WRY FISH MARKETI i tivesMrs.. Hamilton Mrs. .I their daughter, Mrs. W. S. ,

Porter and Mrs. Grizzle spent Haas, and family this week- --- -
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: Mrs. Stanley Poole and chil- ,
Monday at Marineland and r .cb'
? vy
1 dren of Tallahassee were visit- s Fall Blouses > Boys' Long Sleeve
I HWY.. 16 COR. WALNUT & BROWNLEEf' St. Augustine, and Mrs. Porter i "..
\VOnien's
ing Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- :
: and Mrs. Grizzle returned to C
I their homes on Tuesday. gins on Monday. f 11Idren's ShirtsREG.
Mrs. Audrey Mae Mizell and Billy Huggins is visiting his 1.99 VALUE SUllll11er Sport .

The Weekend Al Riley of Brunswick, Ga. grandmother, Mrs. Louise Jef 7 Shoes
'or
'g I were Sunday visitors of Mr. fords, in High Springs this ENTIRE STOCK r

': and Mrs. Eugene Williams. week.Mr.. .a 1.49 $1
I Mrs. H. B. Hamilton of and Mrs. Ronald Craw '

,, Starke and her mother. Mrs. ford were Sunday guests of $ z.h $166 PAIRS SAVE 49c II

A. R. Garner of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spradley in '
'
5 Lbs. : returned Sunday from ten I, Keystone Heights. I 1 $ 00 Fine 100% cotton broad. y I
Small Mullet. $$1 PAIR .
: days visit with Col and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh L cloth, machine washable.

,. A. L. Garner and family in and family of Atlanta, Sandals 4 Assorted; fancy patterns. "

... i Vienna, Va., and Washington. Ga. were overnight guests } laceSeect Sizes 6 to,16.GOYS' .
Monday of Mrs. Alice McIn- on Wedges.
'To
Mullet' Lb. 23c :I IDC.Mr. ani: Mrs. L. O. Hazen I tosh. Mrs. McIntosh also hay i,I StYles III Choose Froltl.I Large STURDY
Large .
- Every Not
: Mrs. A. E. McKinney and as guest several days this week New foil solid colors Size AIl '

.. .. _. .t. _. : Mrs.''Alta'; Ashurst spent. .Sun ':| Mrs. Sally Thomas of Live ,I ,, wbUe< and .\ a ,,.t I Blue Jeans
: day at Cedar' Key. I Ii Oak.Miss II I prints Jl o 1 11 I Iy p "" r"" : : :

.. i Mrs A. E. McKinney was I! Carol McRae is visit- sleeves, many collar
Cat Fish. Lb. 49c i visiting Mrs. J. G. Millican in' ing relatives in Atlanta Ga. varieties. Wash '' $ It -

i I Palatka last week. : and Indianapolis, Ind. for ten 'n wear Sizes 32 REG. 1.49 ,

I i Miss Della Rosenberg and days. I to 38. 1I REG. 49c
Ii
1 i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson I.i I., Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Dowling I n.

Yellow Tail Fish. Lb. 63c j: are attending the Florida Education i of Jacksonville were Monday :I e n s
.; School of Instruci i I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley HOSIERY SALE r Sanforized machine; washable.Full .
I i! 1 Andrews. cut, bar tacked.. Zipper
tion in Clearwater from Wednesday ;
front
1 pockets. Sues
Mrs. Annie Register is a roomy
to i
Miss
Friday. Ros1i a 6 to 12.fall.
i enberg is president of the local patient in the Tyus Vonva- golid
Shrimp -. Lb. 99c '|. BEA and Mr. Ferguson is vice- 1! lescent Home. i SEAMLESS leg brio aUpAS..elasttepge .
: con
president. j I Mrs. Fred Leonhard .and :. tricot I qt6 and tWblte Cotton Prints
Mrs. Edna Sistrunk were in Acetate asuesrc
Mr. and Mrs. H. McDowell '
Ocala last Friday visiting Mr. '
.. We Dress Fish-FREE Of Charge and family of Jacksonville'' and Mrs. :Morris Jackson. ', .x 3PRSI'5. ice REG. 39c
were Saturday evening dinner L 'I
FO
t I' Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis
)> | guests of Mrs. Carrie Ward. '
and family have returned Pt t aC $1
..... tTICOti 3 pair:.
:
I i from ten days vacation in the .:5' Colo
runpTO a brandte and
Smoky Mountains, North Car- Full Fashioned SanituearP s peat
; olina, and Virginia. : one iJP1)SAVE55c

4 HOmES LEFT Mrs. Wesley Andrews visited guars :

Mr and Mrs. George Cott-

man in Ocala last Friday.Mr. 3 PRS. $1
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson ,' Beautiful quaht80square )

and son. Jimmy were visiting percale

H IN BEAUTIFULS relatives in Savannah, Ga. on All first quality every 1 '.. ; color-fast,
Sunday.
Paul pair guaranteed. New fall 1 A'l' new fall patterns.
Jerrv Lawson of Pinevine
Ky. was visiting friends r shades in' sizes 8'/2' to 11. .' T SH IR rs c 36-in. wicle.

and relatives here the first of ,

SARATOGA HEIGHTS the week. ; R rQa 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hr H. Shep- j&;
pard and family are on two TOTS' COTTON SB 4:; MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE

T A RfiE weeks vacation in the Smoky cal; 4 0 I

Mountains.Mr. Training PantsREG. I "fir BRfEFs SportShirtsVLUES I
and Mrs. Nelson Faulkner -
New Masonry Aluminum Awning Windows 3 BedRooms and family of Lakelandwere 3 FpR ?


2 Full Baths -- Big Living Room and Dining visitors Monday of 'Mrs. to Ben Wednesday Faulkner .. 7 $1 RErj ot Shorts.DS rQr' jco .fi.) $]
FOR
: FOR
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk- 20c 39 s.'DA TO 2.39 4 .
Area Kitchen Plenty Cabinets P
Spacious Storage ner.Local t
'
admittances to Bradford 1 Soft' knit cotton'vith double crotch. I lore 'election of wash 'n wear fcbrics
Room : County Hospital this f woven poids, solids and fancy <
Carport CoveledaIastic'waistband. Sizes 0 to 6.Boys' AY .
week include: Mrs. F.lma T. diM1 Y4 patterns. Sizes S, ML. j
.
Riggs Mrs. Edna Norton Roy

W. Jackson, Joseph Dicandio,

NO DOWN PAYMENT VA Lois Mrs. Moore Alma of Maze Starke, and; Mrs.Mrs. Knit.t.. .Briefs fREE THONGS \\Vomc 's Slips Urfeched Muslin .

Lctha Rucker of Lake Butler, ,
Kenneth Johns of Hampton REG. 49c 1.79 VALUE R1 G. SYi ,
Maxie Wilkinson and Mrs. Fine combed cotton One pair: FREE with every shoe Fine uatty rayon ace Our finest qua:M','
; elastic waistband 3$1 1 purchase of 2,91 cr r.1ore. Men's, tate. Shad panci 4- -.1 strlmg\ 1\rm- 5 YDS. $1.
and ,
$seoo Grace Harley of Lawtey, Made for gore Lace: trimmd,at top fy wovtn. Ideal
Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum of wear.proper'Sizes fit and S. M long, L. W3itun's aid chilJren's styles. extra and bottom sizes. Regular and for miy usrs, household r .

Month Melrose. .. -

din Mrs.is a Annie patient Sikes in of Doctor's Gran- Boys' Polo Shirts79c Girls' Morpul Socks Women's Hail Sp!!! Foai.Rubb r Pillows

.
Hospital. -, -- .. .
Miss Joyce Scholl of Phila VALUE H com* a bed r y w cotton eight Fine quality acetate! tri REG. 3.99.
with large triple $Si cot. S odow panel! front, $ $
for '
delphia. Pa. is vacationing Short ste ve styles; 2 FOR $1 roll. ncn ravel 3 end colcrs. -5zj: 1 Soft and plump, full Ue.Ailferjy 3
white ;
PRS.
Drive two weeks with her mother, crew' neck. Bold top. Nylon reinforced free. duEpraof,
Out Pratt St. West To St. Salesman Has
Blanding Mrs. Gladys ScholL stripe patterns. heel and S, M, t.. mothproof( to-square Ii.-
Sues 4 to 14. toe. Sacs .'i.IL rer covsr.Floral.

: All Houses For Your And Will Fully Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns -
Open Inspection Jacksonville spent
and son of
the weekend with Mrs and Boys' Sport ShirtsShort Boys' Grew Dress Sox Girls'Sae Bath Towels

c Explain How; You" Can Easily Be A Proud Home Owner.: Mrs. J. W. Ritch. sleeve 3Se VALUE. Crew PsnfesS .

David Bristoe of Louisville. styles for the socks with striped 1ge

Ky. was visiting former friends ahead bot weather Plaidsand 23 tops.;Dress We5I styles/ tVft. 4 PRS. $. !I quality cotton VALUE.crechctadelastic interlock Pine I Thick r>. VALU'E':2: : $1

Refreshments While You Inspect here on Sunday evening. terns.fancy Sizes pat t terns in usortcd.; sizes 1 pat.to ; .lej. Size FOR' orful ground FOR
Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese! toll. 111',2. 2 to Jt.Sheet 20 40-in.
and family of Goldsboro, N.


DEMETREE BUILDERS INC. ily.Mrs.C. are Adams spending Green a week and. fam-with Jr. 8eys' Boxer Palls Men's Work SocksREG. Blankets Dirdseyc, Diapers

,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek- Jr. REG. 1.49Solid kilt. 3Se.cottoa Pine 3EG. ,1.39PShtwelgkt "
; $ REG. 1.95"
JAX. 16 FLA. and Mrs. Peek Sr. returned $1.I Carp'.own brand. tl $1 $
6915 BEACH BLVD. months trio color corduroy or cotton; < pairs guaranPRSP yet wODder. Dez. )
Sunday from a
'i .-.ii1 completely washable flannel teed 4 months.. fully warn B utiful. 2727-in. f H-ghly;
PHONE RA5-St?? in Europe. visiting eleven countries UDCU-- Sixes.. .. 3 .to 6. Sues 10 to 12.' plaid patterns 6&t7 -ia.' os'orhnt! .cotfoa.ilLJ. "._ __

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r I'Sylvia StarlingIs I Father Dougherty Leaving Starke ;Miss Forsythe !MissSmith ,,Miss' Nancy Bates


Honored At ,Is Complimented !Is Complimented And Jim Hodge j

Bridal Shower For J Larger Field At Bradenton ,At Two PartiesMiss I With Shower 'Feted At Dinner

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Miss Sylvia Starling bride- Thfe Reverend Father Corn Nancy Forsythe. whose !! Miss Jean Carolyn Smith. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer -

GLADYS MOOXT PHOTO 9640051It elect was honored at a delightful -' liuS A. Dougherty BJL, S.- marriage to Johnny Lee will prospective bride of Aug. '17, 1 were hosts at a delightful

bridal shower on Tues- T Lo. will leave Starke and be an event of Aug. 23. was was complimented with a dessert-bridge party Friday

I Cockrell day evening Aug. 6, given by : take up residence as Pastor.of complimented with two lovely > lovely miscellaneous shower,i evening honoring Miss Nancy
Home
Father Dougherty Mrs. W. M. Shealy Airs. J. ; St. Joseph's Catholic Church partys in the past week. I 1 Monday evening at the home ; Bates and Jim Hodge whose

Scene Of Lovely Honored At E. Hitchcock Mrs. L. W. Pace. .Bradenton... Father '; Miss Sylvia Forsythe ani1Miss of Mrs. W. H. Hart. 1415 E. marriage will be an event of

&7r Mrs. E. N. Osborne Mrs. .E. C as he has been known Linda Lee, both of Jacksonville Call street. Hostesses were :j August 24.

Stork Shower Parish Reception Perkins. and Mrs L. E. Dug- many' of; his friends entertained at a lingerie -' Mrs. Hart Mrs. Ellis 'T orn- ': The Sawyer home was attractive -

ger. area, has. been Pastor shower for Miss For- I! ton Mrs. T/D. Dyal. Mrs. Lil- '! for the occasion with
A Mrs. J. I> Cole Mrs. Joe P. St. Edward's parish honored The Community Club- House ; Edward's Church in sythe at the home of the latter -I lie Ann Johns, Mrs. Juliaa. arrangements of art icial
t 'Tomlinson, Mrs. John Cockrell Father Connie Dougherty with I at the State Farm, the setting I II I and St. 'William's '
: last Friday: evening, Au?. Dobbs. Mrs. Roy Spradley I flowers and potted plants.
I ,and Mrs. Irene Hall of Starke a reception held at the parish I for this delighful affair. was!!!. Keystone Heights 9. j! and Mrs. Broward Capps. The 24 guests enjoyed bridge

''and Mrs. Betty Jo Harmon of hall on Sunday evening at 7 lovely for the occasion with i I!! 4,; 1958. rI Attractive arrangements of i The Hart home was lovely during the evening and priz-

:Melrose entertained at a delightful P.m.Refreshments greenery and wedding bell'decorations. He has served I yellow asters were used at I for the occasion with arrangements -I J es were awarded to Miss Bates

stork shower Wednes- of punch and I years as vantage points in the party of pink and white"pom-,i|, and Dr. Pete Mills.

day .evening of last week hon- cake were served and the par- I Mrs. Pace and Mrs. Perkins j i Catholic activities in rooms for the occasion ''and i poms gladioli asters!, chrysanthemums The honored couple received

oring the infant son of Mr. ish presented Father Connie greeted guests at the door and J j i ish area comprising the same flowers were used asa j i and fern. a bridge luncheon set from

and Mrs. Gene Goodge. The i with a going away gift and I presented them to the receiv- J Baker Union and half centerpiece on the lace covered :Mrs. Capps greeted guestsat their hosts as a memento of

party was held at the Cockrell I expressed the thought that I Ruhl-Colley ing line composed of the !| Counties. He also refreshment table. the door and presented ;; the occasion.

home on S. Water street. I they were sorry to see him Engagement ToldMr. honoree and her'mother, Mrs., Catholic. Chaplain to I Appropriate games were them to the honoree and her!

Mixed summer flowers were leave their parish. but glad H. D. Starling of the State ida State Prison at played by the 15 guests and i mother Mrs. Jesse Smith. j Fair Association
used to advantage In decoratIng -!., for him that he is going toa Farm, and Mrs. Dugger. and :to the Northeast
and Mrs. Floyd P. Ruhl prizes were awarded to the The refreshment table was I '
points of interest for the larger parish. Therefreshment table was State Hospital in 1 jTo Meet Aug. 21
I II
of Fredericktown, Ohio, announce winners. j covered with a cutworK! tablecloth ,
I
affair and an arrangement of I Father showed everyone a covered with a floor length On.December 8, 1959 I II !
those i
Among attending
and centered with
the engagement and a
the same blossoms centered the gift made for him by the in- j i damask cloth which was draped er Dougherty founded j The Bradford County Fair
approaching marriage of their were Mrs. Curtis Lee of i crystal punch bowl from ,
lace covered refreshment table. mates of the State Prison who j I with ivy and caught at in sion of St. Mary ,in !.Association will meet Wednesday -
:! daughter, Lois Ann to Airman1c Starke. mother of the bride-I', which a garland of fern in-
Appropriate te games were had appreciated his spiritual tervals with pink satin bows. County and in' j,' | night, August 21, at 8 p.m.
.|
Jerome Frank Colley, son groom-elect and Mrs. terspersed with pink asters]
played by the 25 guests and help to them.Circle i Centering the table was..'a I960- he celebrated has two, brothers i at the Fair Grounds.
of Mrs. Margery H. Colley of are Franciscan Priests.: Foster of Live Oak. j extended from the bowl to the i
prizes were awarded to the crystal container holding,pink the! first time in I
;irinners. 5 WSCS Starke. tapers.. A crystal punch bowl chapel which he had Victor has visited !. length of the table. Balancingthe 'Mrs. RichardsIs
The ceremony will be per- The Starke Woman's Club centerpiece were two i
several times and is
The hostesses presented the was placed at one end Of the ted in the Macclenny ,\,
formed Saturday, Aug. 17. at assigned to the re- was the setting for a lovely i three-branched silvercaride. Complimented fAt
honored couple with bottle Holds MeetingCircle table and crystal trays held ity. About the same
a .
7:30 1: p. m. in the Baptist bridal shower given Tuesday j labras holding pink tapirs.!
I constructed"Camp: band in Paterson, N. J.
.sterilizer set dainty cakes nuts, and mints. ShowerMrs.
as a mementoof ;
'
5 of the First Metho- Church at Fredericktown. Dermot is serving in evening for Miss Nancy For- Trays held dainty sandwiches! ,
the occasion. The gift table was centered. the Catholic Youth i j.
Friends and relatives are : sythe 'with Mrs. Alice Anderson wedding cookies nuts and I
at the homeof missions of Brazil.
WSCS net
dist the Il
St. Johns
with a miniature bride doll. River, ; l Bobby Richards of
Green with ths invited to attend the wedding two sisters members Mrs. J. E. Denmark, Mrs. I mints. .
Mrs. Harry there in the J are I
summer' I former
,MissVilliamson "! Assisting the hostesses in Kirksville, Mo., the
in charge of Mrs. and reception. Congregation of the: Tommie Colson. Mrs. S. C. I The gifts were displayed on
program as camp director and I of
I serving and caring for tin Miss Lynda Gayle Moody
Engagement Told Ben Moxley. During the business charge of St. John's I of St. Joseph from Wise Mrs. Eoline Smith, Mrs. a long table covered with a ,
guests were Miss Sarah Os- keystone Heights, was complimented
given!Miss Nancy Bates Hill Robert Ward, Mrs. T. R. cutwork cloth and centered
session reports were the Catholic retreat Philadelphia.
To Mr. GlissonMr. ''borne and Mrs. Johnnie Ste- i with a shower givenb
by the officers. and plans Bride-Elect Switzerland Florida. Ann Gertrude teaches! Woods and Mrs. Guy Sale as, with a miniature pink paper,' # Mrs. Marion Cottle and
vens.The school at St. Peter's in hostesses.Mrs. i honeycomb umbrella topped,
meal the Father
were made for a Dougherty' I I Miss Sally Sink on August 1
and Mrs. Williamson hostesses presented the
Wiley Honored At Coffee dained to the Catholic Md., and Sister Anderson greeted the with flowers and butterflies.!I
of Hampton announcethe ; group is to service later. honoree with a set of luncheon i at the home of the latter on
guests at the door and A white honeycomb
hood on May 19, 1955. Marie teaches at St. presented paper
engagement and approaching I Refreshments were servedby dishes as a memento of the : them to the receivingline ''bride doll the Pratt Sreet.,
Miss Nancy Bate, popular native of Pennsylvania Parochial School in was used on
marriage of their daughter the hostess at the close of bride-elect. was the inspira- occasion. graduate of St: N. C. The young- composed' the honoree,: fee table. COf-j Mixed summer flowers weraused

Gloria to Everett Glisson the meeting. tion for a lovely "coffee" last Around 75 guests were invited -,. lege in Philadelphia, .I James, is an ac- her moher Mrs. Vascoe For-! Approximately 60 guests !'I in an arrangement fea-

son of Mrs. Ruby Glisson. of Saturday morning from 11 to to attend between-' the Charles Borromeo associated with the sythe and Mrs. Curtis Lee I were invited to call between, turing a clothes line with tiny
A
Starke i Estcrbrook Cartridge and 12:30: at the State Farm Community hours, 8 and 930.: Seminary in Overbrook, Company in Philadel- mother of the bridegroomelect. the appointed hours 8''to 9:30'1 j;: diapers large. hanging stork stood from on it thsj
I
I Both are graduates of Brad- j Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 Club House Hostesses delphia. He received his paper
I j'punch table, carrying out a
ford County High School. J3 95 at The TELEGRAPH. I were Mrs. Alice Anderson, Miss HardyIs elor: of Arts degree in his new assignment, An attractive yellow and CARD OF THANKS "color. scheme of pink and

i Mrs. L. E. Dugger Mrs. J. V. Honor Guest sophy from St. 'Father'L'M' Dougherty will be re- : white color motif was used in 'I!
white.
Rowe, Mrs. C. M. Seigler and. versity Baltimore for coordinating the I the lovely floral arrangements Please permit us to take
this method of Gifts were placed under a
.. Mrs. R. V. Turner. At Coke PartyMiss was awarded hIs I| religious activities of laced at points of interest in thanking our
; ;
umbrella
! An attractive pink and Degree in Sacred Manatee County in the the auditorium and the stage: neighbors and friends for their I! large pink-covered
I I and white
with tiny pink
HEARING HELP white color motif was achievedin Charlene Hardy pros- from the same deanery of the Di- was banked with magnolia i kind expressions of sympathyin !
streamers at each point a-
the party decorations and pective bride of August -24, 1954. I of St. Augustine. The leaves interspersed with white I| our bereavement. These expressions -.
I ; round the umbrella. The host-
have been deeply
beautiful flower arrangementsused was honored at a Coca-Cola : Parish of St. Joseph blossoms. The refreshment\ appredated.
'Coming to Florida A. ,' to the honoree was
-The L. Crosby esse gift
throughout the club party Saturday afternoon at Dougherty 'served I city churches, a mis'-I table was overlaid with a i
as formula kit.
complete baby
CONSULT BOB 'WILSON house. the home of Mrs. Vernon.Sil- lor' for several years on Anna Maria white cutwork cloth and centered family. a

I The coffee table was cover- cox on Clark Street. Hostesses I Catholic Diocesan with four Priests, aj i with an artistic arrangement

Of Soles' Hearing Aid Center of Jacksonville ed with a white linen cloth \\'ere.Mrs.. Silcox, Mrs,:Randal, Our Lady of Good school of 400 child- of yellow and white tr----

and centered with a pink lace Chitty, and Mrs. Jim Chas- Floral City. His first a convent with seven daisies and mums. All the ap-I' 1-i .; Health Facts
If ,
ANDREWS' DRUG STORE doilie centered with a milk teen. assignment was' as i pointments were of silver. The

i glass pedestal cake dish hold- .Mr?. Chitty greeted guestsat tot" director of the his parishioners and I punch table was centered with Kendrick Smith: M. D. writing in the

STARKE PLAZA ing a large arrangement of the door and presented I'I'j 'I'of 'Our Lady, of La friends in Starke a crystal punch bowl around 'New: Y rk Medical Journal reported the

mixed summer flowers. At one j them to the receiving line sf;;:,Augustlne for 'the >rry. to see him transfer- which was a garland of green- 'following c ser !
end of the table was a crystal 1 : of Mrs. Miss I j i of this area, they feel and '
composed
>Silcox. :! Year'of 1954 a year ery white florets. Miss : "The most severe case of kidney pain
punch bowl holding mocha I Hardy and her mother Mrs. that he remained here I Linda Lee and Miss '
t EVERY FRIDAY I. to"honor Mary the Sylvia -', which it has been the fortune of this
punch. Crystal and milk glass long and that his church
Charles Hardy. Mrs/Chasteen, ChrIst j Forsythe of Jacksonville ,
!i I pre- writer to see, one attended by a dozen
trays and compotes held dainty have deemed to !
-
invited guests to the tea ta- ; sided at the punch bowl. i.! members
Oh AsCensi of the'staff of Boston
snacks and refreshments. I him with this new ; a great
I
the, following Serving as floor hostesseswere Dr. Bollinger where the unanimous -
hospital
1O:00T012OO i Mrs. Anderson greeted ble.The year of such great re- surgery was
refreshment table was Dougherty I Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. and \
guests at the door, and stand- I was advice after exhausting 'all other regular pro-
covered with a hand crocheted Mrs. Ewell Lawson 1rs.. J..
1 the' Priesthood
ing in the receiving line wer .. Holy L.I ceedureswas cured instantly by spinal adjustment of
'rhaler r. cloth and -centered -with-'a Foster of .Live Oak and ,
\ your hearing problem we i invite ou to" 'the honoree and her. mother" M Reverend Joseph : Home the 9th dorsal vertabra) which was out of position."
in!'Get the facts! If French breadbasket filled y Linda Kay Sale kept the brid
come
,' you've never worn a hearing : Mrs. Hi: O- Bates. ley, Bishop of the I Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and re-
with yellow zinnias and white es book and assisting in serv-
aid if the of Of
or one you are wearing isn't completely ocese St. Augustine: Party
I Assisting the hostesses in'; store health after every thing else has failed.
I double althea. Refreshments j jI ing were2 Miss Carol Ward '
three
as
satisfactory in. We I years
come will gladly talkit I
serving were Mrs. Gene Sha w House Guests
over confidentially. And if you need better hear- and Mrs. Bob Ferguson who I were served il' baskets and I I tor of St. Joseph's- and Miss Dorothy Hardy. ,I In Starke the Chiropractic Health Center is located at
on wooden trays. At one end ,Lakeland, he was assi The hostesses presented the'
presided at the punch bowl. I : and Mrs: Chitty 426 N. Walnut Street
Randal
ing, we will help you in the selection of a better of thetable, CocaColas'ere I the Starke parish, a honoree with a large ,platter! ',
hearing aid. and Mrs. Randy Johns, who placed in a, large basket ,dec I been the first to hosts at an ice cream to her chosen china patternas Insurance;Cases Accepted
'
kept the guest book. orated with yellow and white longer than two years. I in their yard Sunday a memento of the occasion. I j

The hostesses presented the 1 I flowers. : after Church honor- 125 guests were invited to"I
COMPLETE SERVICE On April 26 of this I
their Miss Julia
honoree with a "well Sand tree"warming cousin call
I I Assisting in serving and carIng .when Starke.observed between the appointed. 'r T'T
Walters of Trenton their
I Complete line of accessories and batteries. platter and warming for the guests were Mrs.D. Pace Day," Father I'j'I I for two weeks. hours 8 to 9:30 p.m. Out-of- ia wi rw ri
a Appointments the stand as a memento of the .L. Silcox. Mrs.,H. L. Brown- assisted Archbishop town guests were Mrs. R. L.I I
in privacy of home of-
your or nty folks enjoyed
occasion. I|I young
I Woods of
fice. Call us. lee. Mrs. Fred' Snell. and the dedication 'of the !i Live Oak, Mrs. Wil-
following Training
Approximately 150 guests s ; Mrs. George Roberts Jr. ma Strickland and Mrs. Bill ;
plaque
'
S We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids. were invited to call between : The hostesses presented the of i Forsythe of Jacksonville.

Have A Hearing Test TODAY! the appointed hours. I bride-to-be: with silver cake ,. Pace memory the first Monsignor I,I Mrs.in E. serving D. Tenly.were i 'BIG. DAYS

knife as a memento of. the OC- in Starke and the only Miss Nancy Bates, i

We i invite you to use this service .- No obligation. I Sttno Notebooks Steno i I casion. ever' ordained from I .1.Fiance HonoredAt 3"

Ko-rect Type, TypewriterPens I Approximately 50 guests There are five !, Paid for Good Clean' Thurs. .. Fri...- Sat. _
ZENITH Living Sound Hearing Aids Typing Paper Erasers i called between the appointed the* ,Dougherty family : No Khakis or Wool. All Bridge Party _

Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH. hours four to five o'clock. in the' religious. life. Cotton. Bring: to Telegraph, ,
"
I I Thursday evening August 8, :
Miss Nancy Bates and her Hi .

BUY NOW and SAVE LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS i j sonville fiance ,Jim were Hodge honored of guests Jack- :

at a lovely dinner party in' THOSE DOUBLE STAMP DAYS

4 I I ,, BADCOCK'S TREMENDOUS BUYING Jacksonville. The Ortega

home of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasJ. ARE HERE AGAINFor

POWER FOR OVER 50 ASSOCIATE Davis was the scene of this
5' delightful party given by their'

-PONDEROSA PINE I STORES son, Tad Davis, and Mr. and ;
DOWN GUARANTEES YOU THE Mrs. Benjamin Crowder all of : 3 Whole Days You Will Receive .

-Al MOCTHl whom are members of the wed-
-
Delivers { VERY LARGEST .SAVINGS EVER! ding party. DOUBLE The Amountof

.- .. Guests were greeted at the the Most Valuable, The Most

I r -PAINT IT! UNFINISHED door by Mrs. Thomas Davis .
C otce. Popular Stamps in the U. S. A.
(s 025' ---L- &. 5-DRAWER CHEST and invited into the panellel :
I STAIN IT'c-! Florida which was beautifully -
24" wirf, IS' ...", room
:t4 $1495 32" hlth. StHthly( tondfinUlt decorated with several

jISH !A' a' M mattkcf. d.' flower arrangements of gold ,
\ : and bronze chrysanthemums


9 UNFINISHED DRAWER p :izi ., Several and brass lovely spiral brass candelabra.planter 3 Days! 3 Days!

'
.' scales: carried out a legal
1auLJT:1: CHEST -" ? _ _
.. : theme since jj5
-: : : ;.... '-,. many of the
$ I.s.,- ., ,. '\ !t guests were recent graduates :
:
Q95 t' .
[ ] ;.',.'.". 'v- :.'_'<"It. '...,.........", _..,,. ..."'."." --....#.:,:".:'"- of the University of Porida
-
36" wid U, 32" hlBh, 15" .' ._..: ,. ".;:-.' "..'..,;;:: ,-::. Law SchooL I This Special Applies to All Items Purchased At
!.tp. Smcthly/ sanded -4 z 7H .. ."_ "i '-.#_$,' .- I Silver goblets and trays of Mitchell's Drug Store On Prescriptions Sundries
teody H finith to your '--' "l -.: :: ; hers d'ouvres Of Fountain
placed Items.
: t were on -
.. '
d corl ....;. :...;. -: :' 'do.; :.1 the table at one end of the
4243. T ::; <. : room and appetizers were

lb1IM? r1(I 1-II ,L17 ROO'"D :' R UNHNISHED 1 : served by Mrs. Barbara Crow- NO CERTIFICATE

I "It DRAWER CHEST der.The
LI 11" ."P. 42" UftJ, delicious buffet dinner OR COUPON NEEDEDWE
52" wWt. 32" M9fc,
42" hiM.lda" was served al fresco; and
i: b oVs, Mcerdt and I 5" J..J>, I 0 .omV

121 'U4NITY Unfinished; BENCH ..... 3.05'.k.rower. k Sluing HM. ifweg<..rs*. JlQfS| J.,' YAN1TYAILE.UnflnttK). 0.7 O AC J esv.". .p.nint dr' S2695 flickering terraced torches lawn.Uluminatedthe The couples PLACE NO LIMIT !

were seated at individual
tables on the sheltered patio YOU GET DOUBLE THE STAMPS ON ANY

59 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE! KTAIUSHID 1904 overlooking the river. and AMOUNT YOU BUY.MITCHELL'S.
each table was centered witha
I'
't lighted hurricane lamp. DrugStore

.,,.. ........... ". Included among the 30
..
guests were Jacksonville
mem-

: bers of the wedding party 158 E. Call Street
'a4 Gibbs I Furniture t- Miss Barbara Bates sister of

l, ; Mrs.the bride-to-be Gene Shaw and of Starke.Mr. and Three Experienced.. On Registered'Duty Pharmacists

Following the dinner. the
; honorees were presented withan PHONE 969-1431 FOR FREE DELIVERYmmtSDAYAUGCST
iRNITUR1 128 S. Walnut St. "Old Park Theatre Building"
: engraved brass door knocker Ci9i G t" tm-
'
T by Mr. and Mrs. Crowder:
., .
:
-
: and a lovely set of steak

H -- knives by MK:: Davis as mementoes -

....:,'\0. .- .i of the occasion.
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I'ACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAT, AUGUST 15,1963

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: red'at the end of next year. $394; r +td1mac. CARD, OF THAMES |I

i m; Athletic I Football 'was actually the {II Major items' of income In < 1"f.t.-:"' .. ,"-11-: ;". ., :'1. .
We wish to our sincere -
express
\\t only sport which made any I the basketball. :budget were ,; I :
I appreciable profit, the coach |, 659.95 for the, 10 home games Home '[ appreciation to- everyone

Fund Explained said. Football expenditures I and $1,709 for the District'I Ii f) \UVit.i .. I'for- the. food. floral. offerings,
i. ,I ; 'if. | and sympathy, also.other acts 1
I totaled $10,441.95 and income i Tournament, and a total 'of i ii i ij r E
: was $11,569.38 leaving a profit -j $321.97 for the Keystone Conference : DemonstrationNotes I fi of kindness towards the illness

:4 'Expenditures i in the Brad of 112743. I Christmas, and B-.1 J1IJw. and death' of our mother,

r ", ford High Athletic Fund for Bradford County fans like j squad Tournaments. Tourney :j, \ f Mrs. Lue: Vessis Davis., !

:r: the 1962-63 school, year total- I gridiron action so much that costs amounted 'to $$1,950.50 bAK ? :,i May God Bless each and b.., t Y '

ed $15,931.22 while receipts the football budget more than 'I however arid profit there was \ 'V tfnik'1 fc tt I1 t every .one of you. i J

were $16,591-98 leaving a bal tripled basketball the coun- i only $80.97.Not 'I Dorothy Ross [ The ChildrenL 1 -

: ance of $660.76. according ta ty's second most popular sportas ;i one of the capers regular -. Home Demonstration Agent

A .. Athletic Director David Nurse far as gate receipts are j!! home games netted $100]'I f, RAIFORD. RECORD; WINS t r .''.

Ii But Hurse stressed that the concerned. BHS cagers drew I at the gate and the receipts'' I "The Raiford Record" a 1I

a $660 balance is a misleading receipts of $3,028.98 but cost I went over $80 only twice when'''I 1 magazine published ty inmates -
<<
: figure since the Athletic De- the school $2.866.56. leaving the Tornadoes took on Santa Florida Pears'Pears I of Brenda Green Thelma of the Florida State Prison,

: partment has already spent a slim profit'of $162.42. The Fe and Green Cove Springs.' are ripe now and'they !j Knight, Joyce Crawford Johnny was judged the best such pub-

much more than that on I sport has just begun to break Gate receipts from,the regular! 1 are delicious made into preserves i Tye, and Teddy Bryan doing Ucation in .the state at ''

: equipment for the upcoming even in the past few seasons. games ranged from a low of i or just canned: for 'la- the actual food science i ij convention of the Florida a recent -* .

1963-64 season, and some of I Baseball track and, golf, all.j.1, $29.80 [Macclenny] to a high ter use. We have had requests j experiments. ;j Magazine Association. The ,t

that equipment was bought' operated in the red in 1962 i j I of $83.25 [Clay High]. for canning pear halves and i I The training introduced 11:i! magazine is noted for its at-
we thought others might wantto 1 these boys and girls to career j
: during the latter part of the as they do each season. Income 1
art and
tractive colorful
last school term and has been' from nine home diamond I Mrs. Caufmann know' also. i possibilities in the field of outs. lay

: used this past spring I contests totaled<: $194.041( For a 'fine-grained texture i food science. There is a great t q

jRe-elected Head and good flavor; gather demand today for Food Technologists !
"Many people think we but expenditures on the team I j pears : '\ .b.

make all kinds of money butS I. were $415-85 leaving a deficit -'|0f B. C. ChapterThe when grown, but not fully ripi I Also, the foods experiments -! I e k RAFJh' .' _
of $221.81. No income was ened. Keep at room tempera-; a c q u ainted the j
actually we' have to operate i
t received from track and golf ture several days' to ripen. young people with some scientific ,:j 30-Gal.. Dearborn t,
Jn the red at the beginning of Bradford County'Chap.
Canned Pear Halves t principles that will help' I
'but .
$203.80 was spent track
on
"I every year, Hurse said. His ter of The National Foundation '
Wash, peel: and'cut into t them improve' 'their of HOT WATER ,
use
and $10 on a new golf team. I
z )oal for this Season is to at its annual meeting
I halves, core and then slice if food in everyday living.
.i make enough money so hewon't The Athletic Departmentalso I recently elected Mrs. Pat j r
I! desired. Drop "as cored Into a Keeping the House Cool { '
: have to bperate in theN spent $1,993.06 on gym Cauffman chairman for the HEATER 'H
(
,
: !i : tt
u, 1 --- "':::' I clothes for physical education large container of' clear waterto Making the rooms in your J
N classes but received only $1- coming year. Also elected to which one tablespoon of home LOOK cool will go fa:i '
offices of the chapter were' salt'has been to tdarkening1 .
I 799.58 from the school and so added prevent helping members of the r ,
>
d
'i I Mrs. Al Gregory, vice chair of fruit. family FEEL cool on hot, humid s
lit | went in the red there $193.48 I II
r I man; Mrs. Mildred Panther, When fruit is ready to precook days. '

oj Getting back to football, secretary; and: Mrs. Peggy I drain and drop into a ; Any'room will appear cool t I

.. however, the budget shows Shaller. treasurer..Other members thin or medium syrup '[(2 cups er and be much easier to dustif f xi
that the Athletic Department
& of the Executive Committee water to 1 cup sugar] and some of the decorative accessories 6 .. 0
made 5376.13 on five home'I ,..... i .
r include Mrs. Lillian Pear- cook 5 to 8 minutes or until are put away for the ., 'i'1, :
.. grid games last season. Mac- !
| son, Don Patray, and Dr. J. W. tender. summer. I j
clenny the i
was biggest draw- I
r j Patray. Pack the fruit in hot, stirile If rooms are decorated in

F ing card with gate receipts[!j i The new officers will work jars. Cover with hot syrup as golds and oranges, try to subdue (
totaling
$1,777 Fernandina
j in closes cooperation with jar is packed. Seal accordingto : these colors by using

R. was second at 1079. Monti- :i i county medical authorities directions on the brand ofi;; greens, blues, and whites in ,.

cello $973.98; Gainesville services in connection with jar lids you are using. J i accessories for a cool effect. A c
High [it rained], $939.65 arid I' : If f }
.II The National Foundation's nationwide Process in water bath-pints Sheerness in curtains gives t Model
Green Cove Springs, $606.50. 8 to 10 minutes' and: quarts the impression of airiness.
Four B-squad home games I. battle on three: major! 16 to 20 minutes. The water Sofas upholstered in wool ,
diseases birth arthritis
; defects, ,. .
rr also brought in a total of bath insures a good seal and or a scratchy warm materialcan 'f. i
and polio. The expanded I
4 $285.58. program places sharp empha-j! destroys molds, etc. that; might be'slip-covered with a 4 PERSONAL PROGRAMMING ANYWHERE\
.t. ; Income from student football I i later cause the food to spoil light smooth fabric. An inex- .
i sis on national medical research -:
I. I tickets was 1530.62, and : projects. j' For the water bath, put jars pensive cotton throw will i .1..IN OR OUT OF THE HOME!
!!ii game guarantees were $500. in a large vessel and cover serve the purpose.A .
I In addition to direct service
r BUNDLE j However, $5,186.52, a third i jars to raise them off the! simple way of keeping
j i of the football budget, was"j to victims of these diseases bottom of the vessel. The'' heat out is to draw the shadesor max'r The 11 inch screen of this newest, portable

spent on equipment. Other in Bradford County, the new water should SLOWLY BOIL'I' blinds during the warmest,, from General Electric produces the brightest i '.
'I chairman will
major expenditures for football I.nent part in next play January'sMarch a promi- for the correct length of time.I part of the day. I ,, clearest picture inch for inch that GE has ever 9 5
I were medical, $375; lights For delicious recipes using Use the backyard barbecue .
of made! Overall size fits between bookshelves -
I Dimes which
: $250 food [for road trips], makes pears, ask for the Pear bulletin or fireplace whenever possibly ;
i
I j $440: films and movies, $553; these services possible. .t from the Home Demon- andenjoy many of your meals GLASS LINED takes little more table space than your phone
I
j' dry cleaning' and laundry,I In accepting the chairman- stration Office in Starke. outdoors. Or prepare a simple book. Sound and controls are front-mounted. i I

$144; conference dues and ship. Mrs. cauffman stated, "Adventures in Food Science" cold supper to serve; Tall glasses 0 COMPLETELY Inside are GE's new "unitized" chassis and a .
I I'I "I know that the people of Last Friday three 4-H girls. '
fines $314; officials, $398; of lemonade or iced tea AUTOMATIC
circuit board with life-time
game guarantees, $500; maintenance I Bradford County will continue and two boys with the Home' served with a sprig of mint a warranty. .Onrolltli.sofltlIftIllW.IIIt( ,
i' $337 and miscellaneous -!I, to support The National Foundation Demonstration Agent attended look appetizingly cool. Terry t) 10 YEAR WARRANTY .

i expenses for socks, in its concentrated attack the training session, "Ad- tablecloths that absorb moisture -I I

I mouthpieces, sweaters, etc., I on birth defects. Our ventures in Food Science," at from glasses .or place ': S5.00

i Birth Defects Special Treat- the State Home Demonstration mats of straw will spare the '
--- -- -
N w-I ) Office in Tallahassee. hot ironing chore. Add a bowl I

Our group was one of six coun- of fresh flowers as a center-I Compare Anywhere- i

ties selected for the training. piece to make your table invitring. r BULLINGTON ApIJliances

FLORIDArHEarRE Colored pictures were taken i I SLADE GAS :

ment Center at The University -
OF STARKE

.f :of Florida Medical School,[j Mrs.: Crosby: 69,,, I! 100 W. CALL STREET".' .'L".,. .1 ', -.- ...,, .. .PRONE rJql.G5a1

pLG3 supported .by March.of Dimes Services Held J t -4'
funds, has already taken care -- -

-- -- of 125' children this year,:giving At. Dedan. Church
them the best treatment

:GCJEA available anywhere 'arid we Mrs. Lillie Crosby 69. died When
fun-time counts you, drive, .there's a Standard gasoline that's
OPENING TIME\ are proud to have a hand in last Friday in a Starke hospital .r
just right for its needs Crown
Extra
J MONDAY\ THROUGH FRIDAY its continued operation." after being in ill health Crown or
6:00: P. M.\ for some time. She was born STANDARD STANDS OUT Economy Crown. Each is famous for long-

SATURDAY in Brooker on Sept., 29, 1893 ning mileage,dependable performance,top pow
1:00
." SUNDAY 2:00 and was a daughter of .the' Sparkling GO! Is that what. you want from your er at its price. Standard gasolines offer all the

lA4F. 4 late Phillip A. and .Clarissa car? Then try the gasolines that are custom- power and
your car can use- not a nickel wasted -
o 1 FRI. and SAT., AUG. 16 and 17 Bragg Crosby. made to keep your engine and fuel system So always stop at the familiar Standard

Mrs. Crosby had lived in sparkling clean-today's Standard gasolines, sign, where we take better care of your car.

:EPaPI DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO. Our Soil o Our Strength Starke since 1948.moving here Dixie's most popular motor fuels.. Whatever. car STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
from Brooker, and was a '

NO. 1 Soil Conservation : member of the Dedan Baptist ""1""" '''>:''''''iw"'f'.:.. .Ft''''.....';":),.: '... .. ....",-rv.'. +i,. ,. ....:-.4.,"'.... :"v. .;,...."......k'". ',J .....1 I _".. >.... N' ,'''' ,.,. ".. '.. '. ,. o"' HORROR IN THE CITY STREETS! N-E-W-S Church. .'A' ;t.' w.t.y 'Y fY'.,. .. 1./-: "
;, <
{ Surviving are. her husband, ,::\ > ; :' < ; .
", .. .. ',,. f:'
h *! "
ii'I By BUI Haas A. L. Crosby Sr. Starke; six t.t H ::," ,: '. "
$ij ,
t., ,'.. .
Soil Conservation Service daughters. Mrs. Madeline Jones '..,,'.'V'. .,.. ''' I '.>'1
; .. .."." 'r' '
4.. "The List of Eldon Sapp, Bud Alvarez, Norwalk Calif.; Mrs. ]Myr- ; "<. ;, 1. !.. % 0;

I I Tom Crawford, J. B. Whitehead tice Nichols, Starke; :Mrs. ...."..\:.,..,.. .: .' '.., .

Paul Hutchins, Curtis Marise Walters,. New York ,.'"t. .'; .

Marlow [FFA] used the Dis City; Mrs. Louise Gay Jack- .t .
1 # '; 4
Adrian trict's rotary mower. sonville Beach: Mrs. Dorothy 1 J $ ;

I f I came up on Bud Alvarez! Hardy, Pompane Beach; aniI' :a3 D V 4s11.

L mowing his pasture. He stopped j Mrs. Agnes Bleasdale, Compass .

f put his foot upon the tire,I' Lake. Fla.; two sons, Al- x.'

moved the chew around -and bert Lee Crosby Jr., Starke, ..' -?;.
Messenger"A i!' and Lamar Crosby, Pompano ... ; ..
said "I'm getting these weeds; ;\.J'IJII! ,.
.
just right. This Bahia shouVJj: Beach. y t .. ...' ..' \. '.,
HEM COHEN .+. .J. ;t -
production come out and do good. HeJ ij I Also five brothers. 'Rob I.J: ..f1 _
+
J AN AlliED ARTISTS PICTURE had a good stand of second 1]] Crosby, Clayton, Ga.; Claudeif ;V. "'J ,e> #....- i; k,''-'r'l1'''.u _
Pensacola Bahia in Arden ';: :
year grass Crosby, Jacksonville; .
rex the field he was mowing and yt .f' ,.. ...h',. ...
SUN. MON. TUES. Crosby, Starke; Lyon Crosby, <_ ". i>> 4
AUG. 18.19ZOLGB > 'M '
getting the heavy over-growth Greensboro, Fla.; Eugene I ll ,"-.t., t{ ''f $fr ,
.
:This is the big one you've off will make a fine pasture.Dr. [Crosby Brooker; five sisters, I" ..'. < ..;. T, :,f"."' >,_.' "
..
3 rrsr A. is A'
J. theDistrict's
?been waiting forThe! Sale-Of- Barry using Mrs. Mae Mott, Brooker; Mrs. : :
rolling chopper to '
.- Gertrude Waters Dundee; F
The-Year on Falcons Fair- cut down the overgrowth on :
his pasture and woodland a-I Mrs. Beatrice Futch. Starke; ":'f :o. a, ... i .. '-" 41

'lanes, Super*Torque Fords. reas. Chopping or mowing is Mrs. Nancy Gainey. Brooker; ..'... .
and Mrs. Clara Dukes Chatta-
;:(Ford Trucks, and creampuff Important at this time be- hoochee and 22 grandchild ', y .''.? 1 rI
: '." $
.
fore weeds seed out :
used cars, too!}-Total Performance ren. I 4r 1. : V
More than 20& District Supervisors -
cars of proved'durability. representing Flor Funeral services were heldat I .. A
w ida's 59 Soil and Water Con 2 p-m. at the Dedan Baptist :tflJ : ; ; mt
Hurry now-to ., ,
'your servation Districts will con Church with Rev. C. A. -

Ford dealer's vene in Jacksonville this week. Crosby officiating. Burial was .' -
Neighborhood I .. f, ,'I< ;f'
-'a August 14-16 for their 18th in Dedan Cemetery with De- ti ; iff'::W:'I"" ,
acawa.ev.nsavJ Annual Meeting. I Witt C. Jones Funeral Home .

.OFFICW 11PfiDl ANgr1I EN 6ssEcEQ Theme of the meeting this I in charge of arrangements.Active .


t.,. I GH I ID'IYY R( 1S8P! ( (NJ RYD ASN( ( SI ((1(1P year tunities is "Conservation in the race for oppor-land I {j! Richard Jimmy pallbearers, and Wright were I t rI ---

& and water space." Today we! :; Crosby. Pasco Mott. Gordon :
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w IftiV1C are faced with an ever-in-j| Woodrow and Donald Carter.
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creasing need for more land I I!

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for more homes for

I Cartoon "LITTLE ROVER"I highways, and for recreational A. Hogan, Pastor

i developments. At the same
/L, I I WED. & THURS. time, we need to conserve f Sermon titles for Sunday,!
: i AUG. 21 & 22
: ;I ,. _, -- enough good land and water !! Aug. 18: Morning "What mustI
; C1ARAEt '! for our vitally Important agricultural -I I
I Starring: Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick crops. do to be saved?" Acts 16: M ,

IN Soil and Water Conserva- 19-35 ,Evening. 'Work out +f f Sx'w

I tion Districts now cover more : your own salvation [PhiL r

I TERWILLEGARMOTORS than 29 million acres of Flor- 2:12: ].

"Days Of Wine and Roses"Nominated ida's land. I Sunday School 945 a. m t

I Local Supervisors of the Training Union. 6:15. Warship V
Bradford Soil Conservation
Services, 11 a.m., 7:30: p.1

for Academy Awards District who expect to attend
the Jacksonville m. Prayer meeting each Wed-
meeting are: i

.Starke, '. Fla." Cartoon "CHICKEN HEARTED WOLF' Sam McGarvey, Foster Slit nesday, 7:30: pjn. _. K G. DUNCAN: "'Agent Starke Fla.
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I r THE RIGHT POINT for Sh*' w .
\ i I '1"807. lop write. Come In and EROOK Fountain P a. TELU- Zipper Notebooks $1.4"-c. ,
I Gridders Drill Annual 'TeacherTurnover I I I
Launch SessionsStarting I IRONSand select ,jour. favorite ESTER- GR.\PlL Bradford Count Tcktzap.! ,

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WOODS ...
Starting twice-a-day sessions punch last season until both Hurts .
at the Recreation .. '
Playground News ly Epperson --
under the hot August were injured. Dugger inherited I j jPtatt f i '
J sun 'Bradford High gridders < his starting job at. right Department or at .h me. We I.
I begatv to.lose extra poundage half when Starling was injured Street: News hope that'ou will, all join uson'th 4 Students CaseyContinued OPEN [CLOSE., I
With the All-Star Team in'' last'day of the summer i :
and tone up loose muscles at and did a very creditablei
their ,first practice this morn-i Pensacola.. attendance was'' program for a, real" ,good tim I 7 A. M.' I WE. STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OFlSROCERIKI 10 P. M. I.

ing for what Head Coach Da- !: The Tornadoes will have 12 low at Pratt Street Playgroundlast __ Archery = 4 [ from Page One] I '. ,. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED '
vid Hurse has already' termed returning lettermen this season week. But the four-to-six This week closed out The I 607 Brownlee Phone 969.1 095
a :"rebuilding )'ear." however...in seniors Gardner -' year old class was well attended summer session of archery. We t # r sonael.;: i[)I I
The Tornadoes face what is Dugger Maruca' Bishop. : and enjoyed ,making have, had a lot of, .fun this Bradford County could keep .
c schedule HBV Jim- I colorful pictures with crayons summer and have really'gahi- Via aa; teachers if *
proba&ijf: their toughest -! and George Seeley [ mOle Casey said ,i
in many seasons with : my Dowling, E; and Joe Gard- I and cut-outs of felt and cotton ed skill in .arch'ery. The ''participation ? : salaries started at $5.200 per :'

only two starters returning in! ner, G, and juniors LarryCrawford and a treasure hunt. Tie[ has .been good and ,
i! : this shows that there! ]s '.interest 1Ry ........ year and worked up to $5,700
childien had a lot of fun interpreting .
the line and two in the back- HB; Gene Pass HB; I;' with '. .
instead
,!: in the .10. years experience .
archery,
the clues .and ..find- program.
field. The schedule for the Joe Brown E; Tommy ThomI HOMER WOOD I
ing the treasure of ,cookies. Here is a list of the boys and of beginning at $4,25J: a
been
coming season has I T; Jeff Warren G. -
toughened by picking up Bish-i lather members of the '1963 I Next week they will make: girls who. have.. done 'an outstanding ', I as';they do and working up to ..

op Kenny of Jacksonville and 1 varsity will be .seniors Wayne balls out of soap and 'colored job this summer: j The Father '& Son Tourna- :j $5,700 in 10 years. it
a St. Augustine while Monticello Hersey and Jimmy Alvarez, I flour and water; Come out and: Mike .Mitchell Richard Williams i! ment was a success in spite ;;
and P. ''K. Yonge were drop- ends tackle I join us next 'Thornton.
; Henry ; session.of the summery ,. .. Larry Mercer. Robbie j were vacationing out of town CHUCK
j
Mike Waters halfback .
and i
ped.Coach Hurse sums up the juniors Eddie Noegel, half-; I. Tumbling classes will begin' Smith and Greg Nichols.. See I'[ We still had sixteen teams togo !, OR Steak LB. 49ff

,4 coming season this way, how- back; Mike Sistrunk, end;' Monlay.for elementary'school you next summer.' i 1 I I! ROAST i
ever, "If our green quarterbacks Donald Carter and James Tal- I age and up.. It will be held Air Rifle Club .4|I The, results Gross Winners \ SO POTENT e
come through and bar- tackles Bob each morning from 9 to 10 0- The air rifls club ended its I II ; lstHI, : A. Bishop Jr. and j I
Joe
ley ; Thigpen. .
I ': S Bcantf S ratrceellj r
ring injuries, we should havea 'cloclr: at the Pratt Street.\ summer program Wednesday Harold .[Bishl Bishop. I isolated
Reeves, Mike Frick, and Leon 1 I'T.Urf.
pretty fair team"Forming i| Thomas, guards; and Phil.El. Playground underthe'direcc- with team and tournament 2nd-J. C. Hobbs and Rich- i 11 yeu. old loops- :, I RIB ORBRiSKET rr i
tion of Donna Trawick and i partic pation. The' members ard Almott C eUiie i
the nucleus of the j -. Hobbs. STEW 3 LBS. .
der' and Robert/Nelson, ,quarterbacks it poUr.t u + I
new team will be 194-pound and sophomores Sally. Epperson. .If you enjoy j i i this. summer, gained much skill .3rd-Vern- and David Silcox. -vtJintry horooo.crria. ..dt l
tackle "Iron Mike" Maruca it and would like to have It,-: and their. .interest: here was Net Winners: Cily te'radiapi
Mickey Agner, fullback; Larry 'I duly letJctl
and 208-pound center Harold Gladieux tackle; Butch Redding incorporated in the program very good. We; hope, that everyone ,Dr. H., H. Adams and John ,

[IBish] Bishop both seniors. j center, ani Donald Fal- next year come 'put.and sup- ;; enjoyed themselves as Adams 66. I,
Maruca was a 1962 starter on port the class next week. ;, much, as we erijoyed their par- Bob McRae and Bill Adams.I HORMONESERUM FRESH
quarterback.
con
defense and Bishop fought his ; Don't forget the ".u -Play.. ticipation in. the Recreation]I f ,
$
71aJ. I H'b
Quartei backs Falcon and 3
way to a starting position on ground Day" to be held ThursdayAug I Program.'I' C. Hobbs and Richard! LOS.
urger
both the offensive and defen- I Elder, both very inexperienc 15. at.Pratt Street.i Madison Street and Hobbs, 71. I j mmU. II
ed,,are the ones, Coach ,Hurse .
sive teams last year. I Wainwright and NonaPark !i Saratoga Heights Richard Hobbs shot the low- Look YoungerFeel -
lead the
is to
depending on i
Returning starters in the: : Tornadoes through a tough News i Regular Arts and Craft days est score for the tournament i Younger I ItaJtl --
backfield will be two more Attendance at this park was plus many varied activities with a one over. par 37. j S. GOOD LB. ALL MEAT LB.
Falcon
sophomore
a
I season. f
seniors in fullback Tom Gard- way up this week with a total: such as softball horseshoes -Homer. Aw.y'Dy-SH. Wrltlltt

ner' and halfback Leonard has drills shown but is promise only a sophomore in spring of 37 people. The children enjoyed I I'dart throwing and a,few others I *EfiUM*i2iEg is new potent HORMONE, 7 drops BEAUTY daily Rib Steaks 69c Stew - 5 9
who weighsin made the
and
Dugger. Gardner softball up for
games program ,
while Elder a senior is older i *i.!j these fcrinUej. When smoothed
at 172 pounds this year' and has played more football weaving again. I this week.Attendance at Mad- Terrell Signs : ..n tlin,supplies maximum daily allotftent --
and Marty Starling, who graduated although he has never lettered. Don't forget the "All-Play ; ison Street-has been excellent of female hormones-hormones MEDIUM] I SMOKED LB j
last year, formed the 1 ground Day" at Pratt'Street I while Saratoga Heights was at, I -iecesnrjr la youthfulness of pracli- I
Tornadoes' one-two. scoring The Tornadoes first game is Playground. It will be all day I'a low ebb. As next week'I will Idly! all female oigins. Heavy with Mullet 2 Lbs. Bacon
--- --., scheduled: for September 20 in I Bonus Contract i penetrating Sesame Oil and mono -- 2 SC 39c
------ Macclenny. They will play with many games; races, physical Send I the program let's have, a I I i arizing Lanolin. Slin feels softer, j
fitness stunts, and tour- big turnout on the playgrounds i smoother, fresher almost Instantly
I: Santa Fe, Bishop Kenny Lak naments. If any of the chil- : and came out,for the big playground -j Ate'10 quickly because it', almost 5 .-
WILLIAMSJEWELRY' I City. Palatka and Live Oak dren should need rides from activities next Thurs-'With Pirates times u powerful as standard dor- END CUT 3 LBS.: CENTER CUT LB'Pork

.I! at following home and the in initial that contest order these parks please contact Sal- day. C none'economical cream-33,000, too-I.U cosls per less ounce.than Pork

, with the Wildcats before going [Continued from Page One] 4( a day. Chops $$1 1 Chops 59c
100 DAY SUPPlY Use it at night, Le
the road for four ,games Garden Pirates [ farm
REPAIRS i on ; Plays Jax Sheriff's Dept. Pittsburgh's fore retiring-lool for amazing results
with Fernandina,.St. Augus- club] next spring.
WATCIIES-DIAMOMlg j ia the morning;,or-try it as a daytime
tine, Green: 'Cove Springs'and; make-up bise, it'. fragrant and greaseless ;
Pittsburgh scout George Zu-
Gainesville High. iIn! District Tourney TonightGarden I' ", tool! So for a fresher, brighter SMOKED' SAUSAGE
AH Work GuaranteedA. raw signed the husky athlete bottle '!
!. youfigfr-hjoling complexion get a $
:the coming sea- 3 LBS.
Hurse terms whose last) 'I
batting average of HORMONEX: BEAUTY SERUM; 1
C. Williams "rebuilding year" because I. Restaurant beat runs on 16 hits 'with third''
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son a First Baptist Church of ; season was .350. His four-year I ioday. Only $3.50 plus lax.. 200 Ds) i OR' WEIHERS
he says the Tornadoes'competition baseman Harold Davis lead Supply only $6.00 plus Ux.On sale 21
142 W. Call St. "looks like it will j Gainesville 16.4 for the sub- ing the way at the plate i high school average was .325. i Toiletry Couaters, Department Stores ,

be improved" over last year f district slow-pitch softball with four hits in five tries['' Terrell also starred in football and Drug Stores everywhere.
Starke Fla. I and because he lost all but I title here Wednesday night including two doubles first r winning All-Area recog- GRADE "A" FLA. LB. GRADE "A" FLA. LB.

.. =- :...._ four of his starting players. I and will play the Jacksonville sacker Ken Terrell had. a horner -!,< nition last season at end. He MITCHELL'SDRUG
Small Hens
Sher ff's'Deparment in. the I Frvers
r I i district tournament tonight and a single in four Clark times j was on the baseball All-Keystone and football'Conference w to w 23c 1.tflc;

up, right fielder Tommy
[ '
ATI II Thursday] ,Cliff Griffis
i teams for the past two 'STOREI
pitched for Garden. had a double and a triple) seasons -
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and center-fieldsr and also lettered
'Townsend as a
I I Garden made, it to the
I Strickland had middle distance in
WINKLER'Sf sub-district finals Tuesdayby two singles.! :runner'
1 I drawing a first round Gainesville entered the finals track.
I bye and then snowing after banging out 13 hits The son of Mr. and Mrs.

I i under the Olivet Pentecostal Monday night to ,down Olivet'I Corbett Terrell of Keystone
I Holiness Church of Ocala 17- Baptist Church of Ocala .12':5and' Heights! ) 'K rl*trib'utes what
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5. The locals scored their 17 then edging Brooker! 8-5 success he has had in base- w

ttIt i ball to the constant encOuragement -

of his father. "Withouthis akY2
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help, I couldnt have made
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CHECKERBOARD I . : It.\'is the way Ken puts it. 1RIYERSIOE. ... 4ATLANTA
[ Young Terrell has been

; servl'ce j I playing baseball since his
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third grade days at Keystone

; Heights school. He recalls that
bulletin I 500r DAYJONA 500S 500
his father was never too busy!

to "catch" with' him after a",x O4+a, "
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school and In later years always -

came through with the

family car when necessary mar

Ken to attend athletic meets t..
anywhere in the area.

sVM 1 Ken is employed in the engineering -

department of Clay 1
." m Electric Cooperative. He and I}
his bride the ,former Patty r v.J F ,

Kay ,Lyon reside .in.st rke", MONTE CARLO,RALLYE SHELL 4000 TRANS-CANADA RALLY INDIANAPOLIS 500 r
.gut.w

ri Tuesday in a closely played d "

i contest. I DRIVE THE FORDS .J ,
Brooker scored'a run.In the .

i' 7 first inning, three in the fifth,i ,
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and added: another in the'I : \ Drive and buy Ford's
sixth frame while collecting ,.
tile KENILWORTH Model L2738 t hits. i WIN -= \ Total Performance! I
y nine Gainesville tallied j THAT t. -,
Superb Contemporary la boy styli i it r
inS with break front in genuine r8J twice in the first but had to': 1 It's more than
veneers and select hardwood sol i wait until the fifth frame to'' :.
ids. Walnut veneers. Mahogany 4A. tally five. more, as the stiff i <, just race power
Blond Oak
veneers or veneers.
Brooker defense held them up. Its realdurability
F First baseman Strickland THE RACES'

J 9 had two singles 'and.8 double' !

I for Brooker_whrie West Dicks j Si .

I had, two doubles and. 'shortstop -:i i .

Raise good pullets at I Carl LaIl oux..and third! i J ,. .
HANDCRAFTED '" f sacker 'Jeter each had two i --' -' -
.' s low Cost. the Purina Way : hits forJGainesville.. I I / : Get.a'money-saving victory celebration buy o"+ a wt""l"g'
s ; .. ford fastback hardtop.same mode! that
CHASSIS Pentecostal -%-- Syper Torque ,
Holiness of '
1 O-l j 1
I won 1-2-3 in the recent Firecracker 400 Daytona'j I Swept
There's a reason' sd many replacement pulela.! are cala defeated TerrelTj Gulf, u 1st through 5th place in.th, ,Daytona 5001[Took 1st place"in

4! no production shortcuts, ; t raised ,the Purina.Way. It's;because-you' can raise of night Keystone In the ,first.Heights.ga nof Monday the: t:' ... the Riverside performance.500, Charlotte 600, Atlanta 500 and other tests'

I LA no printed circuits I good pullets ,at:.low cost. The Purina Program is tourney 10-7' by -scoring- five ;| I of total ;

I't.: ..1 simple-start chicks on Chick Startena_ and ,feed runs in oth ,the, fifth andseventh :' Win huge savings now on our new'Fairlanet Powered by.the '

handwired. light breeds just'four pounds from hatchio 8 weeks. innings. on a, total of : same basic Fairlane V-8 that made race history on straight
s extra care of the handcrafting that means 13 hits. Terrell's p\it over gasoline in the Indianapolis 500. Remember, it takes more
.. This gets them off to a fast safest rt. Then follow
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greater value three In 'the seventh to win"thesA toujh track events-rt
=ewer service problems ind. runs innings -I j than simply going power
greater dependability for Zenith owners.' I with the Purina Controlled ]Feeding Plan- that we. I, but couldn't; make, the = takes braking, power steering, road-holding power, and

will recommend and fit to your particular needs. grade. *-- -. .' j| above all durability and staying powerl! MM._1 M

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d 11 1 f. Purina-raised pullets cone into production lots Recent''' Births j Join the winner's circle In a new Falcon/ scitback same

of large eggs..with low .-.. .i model that won its class 1-2 id the world-famous Mont
1 Bradford County Hospital j Carlo Rallye. Won the coveted Manufacturers Team Award
layer-house mortality. andwlthlonglaymglife.TheYkeeP announces the. .following_ f in the rugged Shell 4000 Rally across Canada this i continents -
PLUS 3 FEATURES test of endurance. And woo ft* class
Micao-MtxED : births: toughest car
!in the Mobil Economy Run!
paying, off for the good care.$ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Austin, I' l

WE SELL ; and attention you've given Middleburg. a daughter,..Fiances -

WE SERVICE ALSO them. Come in soon and let us PURINA Mr.Annette and. ,Mrs.Aug(Eugene 8. Underbill. Y-.; ;* DRIVE A WINNER AT YOUR [FDRD:. .:-'DEALERI'S]

supply you with all your chickPOULTRY ., Starke: a son, Dale f-P-AJL
WE FINANCE YOUR PAPERS starting pulletgrowingFlorida needs. CHOWS I Eugene Aug-. 1

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HERE Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hay-I J
OURSELVES
I den, Starke a, daughter, Deb-I,j I ...
ra Ann, Aug. 9. :i

Winkler Electric Inc. Pest Control & Chemical Co.1 I' Williamson Mr. and, Hampton Mrs. Charles a son G.i,!1 I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Charles Kevin. Augr. 8. t
539 E. Call St., Phone 964-3965 | Mr. and Mrs.'Clarence Fus- .
234 lS'. Temple Ave. . 5' S
Starke Fla. Starke 206 West iladison Street Starke Florida
sell Sharon .
daughter
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,,1'"'' 1 t f i 1st. 1963. Carlton, deceased; that I have have filed my final returns as THOMAS & PIERCE.Attorneys.at.Law

: ,I Purvis Green Presbyterian Church 8-1 it 8J2AOTICE filed my petition for administrator or'the estate; of i .
Federal Court Upholds Right tion and for final distribu-I Claude Lucian May, deceased; 1 :203-205! : North Temple Ave.
II I H. Walton Grady, Minister OF ELECTION ai/d that on August that I have filed my petition for Starke, Florida
I Services HeldWednesday July 16, 1963I. IIoill apply to the final discharge and that I will I First publication August 8,
I II Randal F. Chitty. Mayor of Theron A. Yawn County Judge I apply to the Honorable Theron IE!;63.
I ; Of County To Close Schools 'Week of August 1824'Sup[ I the City of Starke, Florida. by of Bradford County, Florida. for !I A. Yawn. County Judge of S-8 4t 8-29:!
I ply minister, Rev. Homer :i virtue of the authority vested in approval of said final returns I I Bradford County, Florida on
I I me by law do hereby call a \ and for an order of distributionand I I August 50 1963. for approval
Steffens, Chaplain' of V. A.I first primary election to be heldat for final discharge as executor of the same and for final discharge -

'> A Federal Appeals Court in'; violated the 14th Amendment. Purvis Albert Green Sr. of Hospital Lake City]. the Fire Station, in the a- deceased.of the will of Fred Carlton as administrator of testate .. THOSE HORRID' -
Lucian
foresaid town by qnalified voters of Claude May.
.Richmond, Va. ruled this I The court ruled however, Heilbrcnn Springs, 48, died h Sunday Sunday School, on Tuesday, September 10, July 2C. 1963. August 6, 196XRICHARD:
i-week that Prince Edward that there is nothing in the a Gainesville hospital Monday 9:45 am. Morning Worship i 1963: A. D., for the purpose'of MARVIN F. hA ZEN, DALE MAY, AGE SPOTSvFADETUEM
I electing the following officers: Executor
Administrator of the estate
:County in Virginia did not 14th Amendment which requires morning, August 12, followinga 11 ajn. MAYOR for Two Years THOMAS & PIERCE of Claude Lucian May de

violate the UJS. Constitution I a state, or any of its w : short illness.A Thursday Senior Choir GROUP No. 2. One Alderman, 205-205( North Temple Ave. ceased.OFFCQAL.
I For Two Years. tarke Florida
:when it closed its public1: political subdivisions, with: I ; tJ lifetime resident of Brad- Practice, 7:30: p.m. GROUP No. 4. One Alderman.For Attorneys for Estate of "'T" .....
,
.schools four years ago to a- : freedom to decide for itself,! ford County, he was born Au- Two Years. Fred Carlton deceased. I, -
I : .. gust 18 1914. He employed SaturdayAnnual churcn CHIEF OF POLICE for Two i-S U '-IS
was
void integration. to provide schooling ,for any I
.
f ;" ;,:. picnic at Camp Montgomery, Tears. ,.
s In a ruling that could have of its ,citizens. r i ; '3 '. : as a finishing opera- I City Clerk, Treasurer, Tax i -
tor for the Dupont Company. 2:30 pjn. Assessor & Tax Collector, for Ii'i IX COUNTY JfDGE'S COFRT.IV .
:far-reaching legal implications -Schools that are operated
I I Two T*!ars.Inspectors. AND FOR BRADFOltDCOrTY
.in other school desegregation must be available to all citIzens Survivors include the widow, for said Election: I FLORID\
Gladys Knight Green of Heil- Ann Mrs. JIvrtice Dennis Mrs. Er- In re: Estate of
case's the U.S. 4th Circuite without regard to race, I Starling and you are required -
,"'?; .1<'JI bronn Springs; his father, to serve a. copy of your nestine Denmark Albert Foster, Claude Lucian May, deceased.
Court of Appeals refused to but what public schools a state i Charles Hardy: Mrs J. E. liar- i i :Notice of Filing Petition For UT 1 II

order Prince Edward County provides is not subject of I Ritch ''I Willie E. Green of Starke; two I answer R. A. Green or objections Jr.. petitioner's thereto, attorneys on- II Jy Mrs. Peggy Shaller, Ray I Finn Discharge" of Weathered brown spots
iFranklin .
Stone Mrs.V. D. Thomas, Administrator
daughters: Mrs. Alice Faye on the surface of your
constitutional the
command
the schools. ; whose '
to puolic mailing addressis
reopen Mrs. Margaret B. Williams, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COSI -
hands and face tell the world
Jones of Hampton and Mrs. I : Starke, Florida. and to file you'regetting
court CommissionedIn Mrs. Kath-
In a 2-1 ruling the opinion said. |ls 1 Mrs Owen Vaughn | tERN; old-perhaps before you really
Shirley Ann Temple of Topeka the original thereof in officeof erine Chism alternate), Mrs.
: said that the Virginia Su- I the ( I Notice is hereby given that I: aie. Fade them away with new
The appeals court action: Army Reserve Kansas; three sons: the Clerk of the Circuit Court I: Sue Miles (alternate). ESOTERICA, that medicated cream
preme Court of Appeals should I on or before September 16, 1963, : In Testimony whereof, I here- LW'c 'I that breaks" masses of pigment
up on
1962 decision bya -
overturned a Donald L., Purvis A. Jr. and,
: decide whether Virginia's state i or otherwise show cause on or unto subscribe my name and i the skin makes hands look white and
laws require the operation of Federal district judge who Franklin Ritch, son of Mrs. Julian C. Green all of Hell before said date why petition I cause the Seal of the said townto Tests il young again. Equally effective on the
Hazel Ritch of Starke, re- bronn brother, should not be granted. be hereunto affixed this the face neck and arms. Not a
in the held that Prince Edward's I Springs; one Ifith/ diy of July, A.D. 1963. cover-up.
schools county. : I
public ,
Acts in the skin-not
i ceived his commission as a| Delbert Green of Heilbronn Herein fall not ora: decree (OFFICIAL SEAL) 4'1 Aids-; : CEARAE on it. Fragrant
Prince Edward was one of the schools could not remain closed -( pro confesso will be entered against RANDAL F CHITTY, greaseless base for softening,lubricating -
: original defendants in the SUpreme [12nd Lieutenant in the U. S.1! Springs; one sister, Mrs. Don- you for the relief. requested 'Mayor Batteries'Accessories : skin as it clears up those blemishes. -
while other public schools] Army Reserve last Saturday: nie Mae Laine of Starke, and Jn the petition. ATTEST: I At leading drug and toiletry
I Court's historic 1954 in the state were in Gainesville.A I four grandchildren.: This order shall bepublished I Merrill Edwards City Clerk I counters.S3 plus tax. If you have these
open.
: ruling. once each week for four consecutive S.! 5t 8.30 'v:4r: & I age-revealing brown spots blotches,
The federal government, in The county closed all public graduate of Bradford [I Services were held Wednesday weeks, In .jhe Bradford i TERILLEGAR% I or if you want clearer, lighter skin.

: entering, the case as a friend schools when faced with High School Franklin has J at 2:30: pm. in the Union County Telegraph newspaperof IX COUNTY JUDGE'S co ITR T. I if Repair Services ,i use!' ESOTERICA. At all Drug Stores.!
just completed four years at 1 Primitive Baptist Church with general circulation in aaid IN AND FOR BRADFORD
of the court, contended that desegragation. A private school I County and State... COUNTY, FLORIDA. Gainesville Hearing Aid Co. ,
j the University of Florida, with j Elders John Forsyth and O. M. MOTORSStarke
'the school closings in 1959 Witness my hand and the In re: Estate of I I
system has been put in of 632 N. W. 13th St. MITCHELL'SDRUG
operation a degree from the School Yarborough officiating. Burial seal ,of said Court at Starke, Fred Carlton. deceased.
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11 For
1IIiI. otiee of Filing Petition
for white children, but Journalism and Communications -! followed in Conner Ceme- Florida this August 5. 1963. I Final Discharge of Executor2otice I LOCATED IX THE

; r some 1,600 Negro children and will enter law school tery with DeWitt C. Jonas CHARLES A. DARBY I is hereby given that 1 DERDA MUSIC BUILDING 1 Fla. I I STORE
REMINGTON As Clerk of said Circuit h-ivfc filed final returns I Ij
: this fall.Registration. Funeral Home of Starke in my as I
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have had no formal schooling Court Bradford County LJiecutor of the estate of Fred ,..... J -1 'I
charge of arrangements.A r
in the county for four years. State of Florida.:'.
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t J 21 MO. r Set By Janet _N. Carter,
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.. S C Nominee Deputy Clerk.
: ROAD _Ir'.. iTh. For First Graders I (OFFICIAL SEAL)
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Slate AnnouncedThe R. A. Green, Jr.
: ((4\4IIAZARD\ Starke, Florida
I All children who plan to I I Attorney for Petitioner ij
Guarantee nominees for! .
of
1 Ladies enroll as first-graders in September f slate is.5. 4t 3-5 .
this year's ASC committee election '
\ 100% at the I '
should register II I was announced this IS' COUNTY JUDGES: .COURT,
NYLON IN AND FOR BRADFORD
School office
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(I I First Meeting .I Starke Elementary I week by Felix Sapp, Chairmanof COUNTY, FLORIDA.In .. SO Words or less, one time _-_- .95 Memorials! Resolutions 5o per erI
: on Friday, Aug. 23, between the Agricultural Stabilization re: Estate of
w Pioneer I Aiva N. Colson, deceased.' If not paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words T&t
9 ajn. and 2 p.m., Principal -i and Conservation County NOTICE TO CREDITORS .. Be
FALL Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words per won
ooxi3n:9i650x13 : :, Committee.Six All creditors of the estate of'
_I_ ; P. T. NoUn announced local farmers and ran- Alva N. Colson deceased arc Each additional word over 20 -_- _- 05 Display ads in Classified 1.50 per iocfe
12.95 : this week. 1I. 1 hereby 'notified and required to
BOWLING I. chers have been nominatedand file any: claims 'or '-demands

7S0x14-1-13.9S- I In order for a child to enter j their names will appearon which they may have' against INSURANCEAT FOR SALE-Heavy-duty power Bradford County- The Coun.

800xI4I14.9SQOxf5 LEAGUEFor school this fall, he must have I I the ""ballots which will be said county'estate Judge in of the Bradord office of'the County REDUCED RATES lawn mower, excellent con- NEW HOMESSARATOGA ty of Planned Progress stamps

-'- his sixth birthday on or before mailed to all eligible farmers Florida, in the' courthouseat AUTO FIRE BOAT dition. $100. See or write Bu- HEIGHTS $1.14 at Telegraph.

760x15 15.95 Ladies : Dec. 31, 1963. The law I and ranchers in the countyby calendar Stark months Florid from,- within the.,date six DOYLE INSURANCE E. CONNER AGENCY ford Parker, General Delivery. 3-Br, 2 ,Bath-Big Lr D & W AUTO SUPPLY-, INC.-

-17.95- I requires that a birth certifi- August 20. ASC voters will of the first publication "of this Phone 964-4501 Hampton. Itp & Dr Area. Plenty 416 E. BROWNLEE ST. FOR

MONDAYAUG. : cate or other acceptable proof I then have until August 30 to must notice.be Each jn writing claim or and demand must tfchg FOR SALE- 1948 Chevroletin Kitchen Cabinets COMPLETE: LINE OF NA-

Add $2.00 whitewall : of date of birth be sumbitted : return their marked ballots to state' the place or residence and Mrs. R.- A. Newsome good condition. See Lonnis Carport-Big Lot. TIONALLY ADVERTISED

All prices plus tax : to the school before the child I the ASCS county office. A sal post office address of the claimant Woodburn after 6 p.m. at 1115 NOTHING DOWN VA AUTO & TRUCK PARTS.
and must be awpra to by I
LOG CABIN :
and tire off your carTom's 26th can be enrolled. addressed. postage free en- the claimant, his agent his Pratt St. itpj I SMALL ENGINE PARTS
"The law does not allow us velope will be provided with attorney or it will become void Set back among the trees, furnished I II I $69 Month LAWN MOWER\ & OUT-

SheDService 7:30 P. M. I to make any exceptions," Mr. each ballot for us in mailingit according July 24,>to 1963.law. and refrigerator.including Small deep income freeze I WHY own Mobile PAY RENT Home.? As Own low your as'! FOR FULL DETAILS BOARD MOTOR\ REPAIR A-

i Noun said. i ii to the county office. /S/ R. A. ColsonR. ; I $395.00 down. Use your car, CALL VAILABLE. A U TOMOTIVE
Administrator 1 go.es with land of one acre.
"We hope that every begin The nominees announcedthis A, Colson I, boat furniture for down MACHINE SHOP WORK.
i N. or BuildersJAX
of Alva' Demetree
of' the Estate Price 2000.00 A. J. Thomas,
:: Starke Lanes ning pupil will get a thorough week are: Foster Shi Colson. deceased. Realtor. it i' payment. TRAILER MART,; PHONE 964-4441 OR 964-

physical'examination and immunization -i Smith, Starke; Clyde Cone, First publication on 'August chg 8-171 INC., U. S. Hiway 17 Box 468,' RA5-8422 .5891._4tch-* 10-5-

: 435 E. Madison Starke for all communicable i Brooker; Lonnie Harley, Rt. 1, AVON CALLING WOMEN over -'I East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg 'Or Call Your Local Real FOR' SALE-5 acres of cleared

I I diseases) before the op :: Starke; R. R. Andrews, Rt. 1, 35 with pleasing personalitycan I FOR SALE-Florida 90 straw- I'Estate Broker 964-1841 land 1% -mi... east of Stark

--- ., ening of school," the principal :'Lake Butler; Wade Gaskins, SPECIAl earn $30 to $40 a week berry plants grown on new\ or 964-2881 Good clean all modernlarge

added. "We would like to reg- i I Rt. 2, Starke; and Z. W. Ham- contacting established customers land. Ned C. Coleman, Griffis I home. 3 bedrooms, family

who attended ilton Brooker. Experience unnecessary. Loop. 3tp 8-29 FOR SALE-One Penyan boat room lja. bath; beautiful fireplace
SMITH'S FISH MARKET isted any pupils I I i \ _ I
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but Colored openings also. Write with new fiberglass cover & Beauti-Pleat drapeS! .
another school last year, i In making the announcement I SECRETARY-Age 25-35 experience -
plan to attend Starke Elemen- I Sapp stressed that every .LOW. Ovida C. Sweat, P. O. Box 540 I in typing and shorthand -I electric.35 HP Johnson motor. wall to wall carpet lots of
I. 903 N. Thompson St. built in cupb ardi. Shop and
I Live.Oak. Fla. Builders
'tary this year," the principalsaid. effort has been rii. de tj i Itchg Paid vacation. Salary; I Can be seen at Starke barn combined. $12,800.00.Homestead .

include currently active farmers Excellent working I Supplies;: ,. tfchg
j WANTEDWaitress.. Apply I: open. con- I no taxes. Also
Fresh Mullet, 5 lbs. $1.00 Pupils registering before .i and ranchers who are best in person at Blue Chip Drive- I ditions. Begin work Sept. 1. FOR SALE-Live Rubber Tile Simplicity: Tractor and Imple-

school opens on Sept. 3 will qualified for ASC county committee in. 2tchg 8-22 I I I Reply to P. O. Box 610, [12 colors] as low as 8c each; ments. 2 cows with calf. 1?

be assigned to a 'classroom, work and who are rep- I I Starke. tfchg. 3-16 to 3-8 thick. Excellentor chickens and other articles
WE DRESS THEM 1 resentative of the various types 49.95 FOR SALE-Florida 90 S raw- repair jobs. Do it yourselfor
and will be ready for opening LOST-A pair of gold framed :can; go with sale. Telephone.
day.It's of agriculture in the coun- berry :plants. See Ellery star- eye glasses. If found notify let us give free estimate.M. 964-3043, Starke, Fla.

I ty. The committeemen elected ling at Rt. 1, Box 41. Mac- 964-7215 for reward. Itp R. Judd Tile Co. 127 La- _4tdur 'MS

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will take office October 1, and clenny. 3tp 8-29 FOR fayette, Phone 964-5951 FOR RENT- Small furnished+ --- -
SALEUsed plywood,
will serve for one year period CHECK QUALITY, SERVICE! 5c sq. f tr Lavatories like new,I 4tchg 8-29 apartment, air conditioned,

A Pleasure To Shop At Starke's Newest ending September 30, 1964. l' FOR OUR #1 &; PRICES AT BUILDERS $10 each. Medicine cabinets, BIRD DOG PUPPIES for saleC. $50 mo.-M. R. Judd, 127 Lafayette -

They will be responsible for HARDWARE & SUPPLY'I $3 each. Good used lumber, E. Stancil, Rt. 1 Box 44A Ph. 964-5951.

the administration of the various PORTABLE VALUE STORE, 301 EAST CALL ST.'I' used plumbing supplies. Jack- 2tchg 8-15 _2tchg 8-15
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[[FORMER QUIGLEY & DA- son Building Supply, Starke.
FOR SALE -* Westinghouse
federal farm programs FOR SALE-Boat, 15 ft. Lone
&' L VIS BUILDING] FOR BUILDERS tfchg washer, 110 volt, 12 cubic ft.
dealing with farm commodity 71O'H Star fiberglass, 45 HP Mer-
191 HARDWARE &
SUPPLIES HOUSEWIFE Refrigerator, riding lawnmower -
earn extra mon- cury motor and Murray tilt
price support. production ad- ,' SASh DOORS ey in spare time, selling Sarah trailer all for $550 cash. Joe Goodyear kicker. 10 dozen

justment and conservation as- Portable TV ROOFING PAINTS, LUMBER Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel J. Fields, Rt. 2, Box 141-A3, canning jars. 964-7952.
1 172 sq.to.recto pictur.area, PLUMBING FIXTURES Griffis. Ill E. Washington. 8-15
sistance. 1 Starke, Fla. 2tp 8-22 2tp
1 19 overall. dug.(Mclur.mcas. PIPE & FITTINGS, EL- I _
Sapp urged all farmers and ECTRICAL SUPPLIES, FARM tfchg. I OPPORTUNITY, BUY small FOR SALE One Simmons

4 *?: ranchers in the county to exercise (Not R'Pt'' D, owj{ & HOME SUPPLIES, SPORTING COINS BOUGHT block house and equipped repair sofa bed, $30; one General
r- "' EXCHANGED Electric automatic mangle Ir-
their privilege of elect- GOODS. PHONE 964- shop. 511 W. Brownlee
Iii 5291. 4tchff 10-5 I Pay current market value St., Starke. 2tp 8-22 oner, $30. Mrs. Smith DeVoe
ing the men who will repre- r FULL POWERTRANSFORMER for old coins: Indian Head corner Adkins and Orane.ltp

__ '& I C I sent them on the ASC county EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Pennies, Gold Coins, Commemoratives FOR SALE 10 acre farm FOR-- RENT OR SALE-:-7 ootn-

4 '' committee for the coming I WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply Medals, Tokens, with 3 bedroom house, 6 miles 2 bath. house, utility room.

.. ..,..,.. in person. Federal Quality Foreign Coins. from Starke. B. W. Savage.
large corner lot, 'newly decor
: year. Complete details the
on
--. I 'U,4tHIHlt\-: \ Homes. tfchg Denver R. Devrlck Rt. I, Lawtey or inquire Redthsh' -
i: "' 'Ji.. _.. _. _- -- election procedures can be obtained G Store, Heilbronn 2tp8-22 ated iaside. 210 E. Adkins St.
D & W Auto Supply key next door. tfchg

ILENTY FREE PARKING-Hwy. 16, Cor. Brownlee & Church at the ASCS County HANDCRAFTEDC'HASSIS Insurance Problems? 416 E Brownlee St. NEW AND USED-Chain sawi -
FOR SALE-Reasonable prte-
Office in Starke. Call The Man From tfchg.FOR 50.00& up. Repairs all makes.
RIB & BRISKET .. I ed used Televisions. Ref rig*
"TRAVELERS"George SALE- Frame house, 2 Lawn mowers sales and ser erators Washers. Excellent

E. LaRue, acres of land, water pump and vice. Your McCulloch Dealei Condition.' BuHlngton Appll
_ STEW LB. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
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Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv
N Road 16.
heater on Contact
: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Keystone Heights Agt. For N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6- ances. tfchf
I> ASD! FOR BRADFORD Travelers Ins. CompaniesTel. DeWitt Crews, 783 Pa MarcheDr. 3411. tfchg I

SMOKED : COUNTY:M o. 13J08: FLORIDA Chancery 473-4692 Day, ., Jacksonville. Fla. phon HASTINGS MATTRESS

Dixie Acceptance Corporation 47S-4325 Nites. .781-2399. 2tp.; 8-15 Electra-ronies Inc. & UPHOlSTERY WORKS
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SUSAGE--JB. Plaintiffvs Auto Fire Home Business ,
FOR SALE- Pair of little
__ D. C.- Jones- and BuddyF. Monthly Payment Plan bone guinea bred hogs. Have Industrial Division, Sales Service 710 Lemon St.Platk.Furniture .

Jones. Available: papers on them. D. L. Kite, Repairs on Motors Gen Repaired,

B1iOA-JB. NOTICE Defendants OF SUIT tfchg. Rt. 2, Box 78. Ph. 964-6325. erators, Switching ar.d Controls Upholstered & Refinished

TO: Buddy F. Jones, Residence: 2tchg 8-22 Welders and Tools, Power
I
I 1274 English Street. Charleston Morris Starling Conversion, Transformers. MATTRESS2S: REBUILT

BEEF LIVER LB. You Heights.are South hereby Carolina notified: thata Model 2005 SHOE SALE- Girls and La- I WANTED. Cash. P.-One O. Box acre.186. Closein. Up Service and Repairs to AH New Innersprlngs

suit has been filed against you dies, mostly small sized, only Heavy Industrial Electrical
HOUSE FOR SALE Lake
and Box
------- in the above entitled cause; and $1.49. Ladies all new dresses, Equipment Springs
_ Frosty Mom SMOKED WHOLE you are hereby required to file Get world's finest front, 2 bedroom. Year round
$2.98. Mary Carter Paint 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. GTill Drop Us A Card er C8
your answer with the Clerk of home. $13,000. Owner. 473-
I performing portable TV Store.. 321 N: Temple.
PICNICS LB. this Court, and to serve a copy 4313. Keystone Heights. Itp PHONE 372-1289 PALATKA FA Mill

neys thereof, VTeinstein.upon Plaintiff's Weinberg attor-& -_a a e a_. fjI(-_-____ 4tchg_ J I Mrs. Walter Martin tfchg. STARKE 94-5914

-- y' Weinstein, 161 St. George Street, MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN 1! __ __ _n __ MRI. ;PEGGY SRALLES,
1 LB. BAG'SAUSAGE St Augustine, Florida, not later A QUALITY Open House and i PEYTON FLORIST WE DON'T SUrke Agent

than September 27, 1963.If : SC PERFORMANCE registration August 27-28. 9 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Sell we help bu
/ you fall to do so. decree I you you )
LB. pro confesso will be entered a- FEATURES aau.-ll. a.m. and 2 pm.-5 p. PHONE 964-4155 Good selection of new ant FOR RENT 3'roo and

,, gainst you in the for complaintThe the relief demanded r m. 5tchg--I 8-29' NIGHT. 964-3891 or 969-1022 ised 8' and 10' wide Mo bath furnished howe Newly
i.
I t3SXYt3PIcturlPcwCi! FOR SALE 5 room house bile Homes. decorated. Phone
nature of said suit being DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS 9642261.tfch
the foreclosure of a mortgageon > EnJoan JUtooatk Trifse Lack with bath and 4 lots. 585 1 LAKE GENEVA
: TENDERIZED BEEF SALE We Wire Flowers Anj where
the following described real tied I
t. W. Washington St. TRAILER PARK FOR RENT Furnished apartment -
property in Bradford County, tfchg
Florida. to wit: Hip Htact IF Amp/Iflar/ : terms $3,000.00 down.$8,000.00'1-- I ml SE _02, Keystone Ht at rear of store. 32i

: The Northeast Quarter of ,. -Gated Bean" SnDd system !" $60.00 month. Phone WILL TAKE CARE of children on Route 100 N. Temple Ave, ;..ca11 969-2981.,

CLUB T-BOI or the the Southeast Northwest Quarter Quarter of of .i Speak Ztsift OjoJflj S=Id.)1lt.fralt") 2tp 8-15 day or night. Also wash- -,- tfchj tfchz,

& 9c Section; 1C, Township G fug or ironing Phone 964-3522 t
LB. EKSKto"BbfikiRZ CrnriT NEWLY DECORATED: furnished
South. Range 22 East. iwps 4tp 8-16 FOR RENT 4 rooms and
CHARLES A. DARBY extend tuie! Bi apartments. One and i FOR SALE I hall Duplex unfurnishedhouse.
SIRLOIN STEAKS
I Clerk of Said Circuit Court 'c_pi; "quay cmpneMs: two bedrooms. Reasonable. !!I FOR SALE- Ford tractor us- Ready mix concrete concrete Private entrance $35.09
8-15 4t 9-5 ONELENS I Lights and water furnished. ed refrigerator used gas block
brkeaed picbrt flaa I.i house piers, sand ce- per mo. 708 Lake St. Phon*
iBteAsIies picton&oIItrast Contact 431 Center St. or range. Like new food freezer. sent, mortar mix roct, steel, 964-7964.
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I IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OP i chg
phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. ,i Phone 964-7191. tfchg eyster shell limerock roof
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL C1R- T
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I I FLORIDA GRADE "A" LB. NORTHERN CUlT OF FLORIDA I\ AXD PRFORN"'NC.f :r_t tfchg : ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR gravel, :fint ls. BRADFORD! BE SURE TO SEE World Book

FOR BRADFORD COUXTY. _' - _. I I SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521 before buying any other En.
FRYERS (Whole) 29c TISSUE 3 For 25C IX 13-271 CH1XCEHY. CASE X.. Alvin Parr TELEGRAPH. Starke. tfchg cyclopedia. M. 'A. Payne your

LOST Ladles' yellow-gold local representative since 19581:
NOTICE TO APPEAR
_1 J I (Limit 3)) In Re; Adoption of GAY'SHome Ccton wrist watch between ZIP CODE STAMPS $1 ati SERVICE BULLS FOR SALE I P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3784.

-_ -_ Carol Ann StarlingTO othool and Walnut street. i Bradford County Telegraph -Doyle Conner Farm. North I tfch
: BEACON 5 LB. BAG DIXIE CRYSTAL Gerald Starling US! Bonnie Reward. 964-2881. tfchg -
: Ann Drive Marrero, LOU laD I I FOR SALE-3 bedroom house U.S. 301. tfch*. FOR SALE One acre of

BLEACH a 10 SUGAR9c ana You are hereby notified thata t' ,! WOULD- LIKE TO BUY-I with 2 baths, screened porch. FOR SALE-3 bedroom house land, four lots. Pleasant Ave

_ I petition has been filed in the I' Appliances I i earthworms at my place 2 1 central heating. oak floors In Saratoga Heights. James A. i back Of Crosby's Store on Rt

(Limit One) With $5 Grocery Order above styled Court by Ralph J. ? I miles S on Road 100. Mrs. H.1 Green Acres. Call George F. Sullivan., Phone 964-8084. 16. Contact owner at trailer

'.,- ., Darley for the adoption of Carol 355 N. Temp1mf I j E. McGee. 4tchg 8-22 ISnell, 964-8595. 2tch? 8-15 tfchg on lot. Up
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breakfast, to fullfil their mission of keeping the Florida Army National ter too when well fortified with good food. Company Commander
Guard "rolling." Capt. Drew Reddish (left) prepares to sample some of Mess Sgt. J. L. .

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used by Florida Guard units while at camp: (top from '. _S_ Y 5 5
J left) Pfc. W. R. Moody, Sp-4 Calvin Pace, Sp4Vm.. Earter 1 1x
in from left Pfc Thomas.
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p. ---{; ; Sp-4'O. R. Hutcheson. Bottom' row ((1-r) Pvt. W. B.. .
Clark, Sp-4 Edwin Chilson, Lt. J. iC. Stephens, and Sp-5 P. F. Goolsby, _
Kersey, S. Sgt. C. E. Griffis, S. Sgt. M. T. Strickland, Pvt.
Sammy Smith, Pfc. Richard Cain, Pfc. Philip Clark, Sp-5 senior frame. metal body repairman. The job in hand: welding a trailer _.;............. -' _

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M-48\ tank, weighing 50 tons, that caught fire during

Reconditioning Section was busy changing timing gear field problem when auxiliary generator backfired into gas- .
in a 21/2 ton cargo truck. Clockwise, from left: Lt. Rich- oline in hull. Tank belonged to 187th Tank Bn., Lake ,! :.. '-, .

ard Jockel, Pvt. Carlos Rowe, Sp-4 Dolph Reddish, S. Sgt. City. No one was injured, but tank was gutted by fire. I ,
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622nd Ordnance Co. once again unit which has a history dating back to :. .

prow rd its superiority by racking up the pre-Civil War days when the citizensol,1. ,
highest grade-95.64-of any Florida Na- diers were known as "Home Guards" in so well that the 621st came through with a

tional Guard company during 15 days of stead of National Guards. grade of 94.97 in spite of its inexperience

summer field training at Fort Stewart, Ga.,

: ending last Saturday. A grade of 95 earnsan The company carried its largest compliment -. = While the men were at camp, E. L. Matthews
outfit the coveted rating of "superior"the of men to camp this year due to editor of The Telegraph accepted an
; x 1 highest awarded. The entire Florida the consolidation of two local companies invitation to fly up to Fort Stewart on an
guard won an overall "excellent" rating (Co. B, Blanding; and Co. C, Starke) into' : > Army Guard C-47 and see the Guard in ac-
from Regular Army evaluators who did the one unit during the reorganization of the '. tion. The pictures on this page were taken
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> { scoring.In Florida Guard last year. during that trip and The Telegraph found

dr the men well fed, glad to be back in camp

> addition to its top-ranking grade, .. The unit is now at full authorized : .1 after a four-day bivouac in the field, and doing
ie# 4 t 4 55 the 622nd also had the distinction of being strength: 145 enlisted men, four officers, a terrific job of ordnance supply and

A Fk the only Guard, unit reporting to camp with and four warrant officers. Capt. Reddish maintenance.In .
100 per cent of its authorized strength. As explained, however, that the company' t ,

s xT t a ..jroK if to leave nothing undone, the unit demon- .would' be allowed to reach "full strength"of commenting on the Florida Guard as.
strated its superiority on the athletic field .. 201 men due'to the fact that some Flori- a whole Col.! B. A. Mann of Fort Benning.Ga. .

; d aN4' rh;: .re. $i wca as well as the work shop, by winning a trophy da units were below authorized strength.The ., president of the evaluation
as champions of the 1963 softball. _, board, said "If this organization were acti-

tournament during camp. mission of the local unit js to pro- h.. vated tomorrow for combat, I would be
,- vide back-up support for maintenance of the privileged to serve with it."

On top of this outstanding record at _::': entire Florida Army Guard. During camp >-:

camp, Capt. Drew Reddish has received they issued all parts used by the entire command : Coming from a Regular Army colonel,

e word that his company also had the highest as well as carrying on their regular. that's high praise,
rating 97.35-of any companysizeunit maintenance work. \ indeed."F
in the Florida Guard-for'the entire
And the boys brought something home
year. .. An additional assignment at '. '- ; l' besides honors and in
Maintenance Section replacing engine in 21h ton truck. camp was trophies-something
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.... ,. .,;; training a new ordnance company, the 621st' /' the way of 16,117 hard American dollars-
From left CWO R. G. Paterson Sp-4 W. E. Smith Sgt.
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:r t This impressive record is another 'fea-. :" ; front Fort Lauderdale, whose mission is."di- their pay forthe annual 15 days of "sol
H. L. Hutson, Sp-4 E. D. Carlton, Sp-5 G. L. Lovel 8p-1. ai, :F i* .'
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therm the of the local National Guard rect The 622nd did its -
cap support. teaching job. ;* vp.
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,, i EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .J5TARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY,AUGUST,.1963i
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-_. r that this is accomplishedI I. Our experience during the I whether or not you need to i f Esterbrook Cartridge and
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1 ;.: I satisfactorily when the i past three years using' black change your' fertilizer so that Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -

..... "., ,.............,.. ;." COUNTY I vegetation' is mowed, prefer.: plastic mulching is that the I you will get additional phosphate :3 95 at The TELEGRAPH.. i
h -t j; -e.i" WITH "r. ably with a rotary mower, let!! best method is to lay the I or potash if it might be 1 \
\ : it dry and then turn it into j plastic and then set the : needed. Each of these fertilizer { 1r 1 1t

YOUR v:: 1 AGENT 1 the soil. If much vegetation plants through it. This meth-r elements has a job to do''
Negro Aicr/i-/n-77ie-Street 1 is in the soil when fumigan od has several advantages. A- "
[M i Speaks ... .. and they should be applied to
if .*:. is applied, the vegetative ma- ; mong them are: risk of the : {
"- More' terial will absorb the fumigantand ; bed washing down and fertilizer -I a crop in as near the proper. I
Sensibly; Than His 'Leaders'Every k present it from penetrating -: being lost is eliminated; proportion as possible. t

.. 'j :: :I I the soil and giving goo I (, cost of hoeing the plants one
now and then a Negro voiceis I enjoy good health and have no griev-1!; ; f distribution.\ : or more times is eliminated;

raised that is so completely rational ances. My family have always had .* x ,, Fumigant should be applied damage to plants by hoeing is :-
! **t and so imminently sensible that it plenty to eat. For Sunday dinner we i j!, 'Wb fdiS ': three or more weeks before (I eliminated; plants grow off 701b 1

comes as a fresh, cool draft of air in can afford such foods as lack-eyed ,} y ;Nz;kc v I i plant-setting time. As' plctur- faster when set through the ASK FO* FREE DEMONSTRATION

the hot wasteland of irrational words peas, grits, cabbage corn muffins, and ; 1 I ed above, Pete and Leo are ,, plastic. :'
I .,. uttered by many so-called leaders of fried chicken. (! applying DD to their field and : The time is getting late for Command Gravely Power

: the race. "Had my ancestors not been slaves ''I: BqGeorge ,i. this was one week'ago. Straw- ''. a soil test to determine the 1 Me' Terry's Saw Shop I

t Usually these utterances are from life for me would be far different. I T. berry roots are very sensitive {I need for a liming material. A ,

: Negro men and women "in the street" would be living in the jungles of tropi- ',: HugginsBELONOLAIMUS to any material that might soil test now can be the key No. 2 I

: -none of the self-seeking, wouldbeVIP's cal Africa exposed to the diseases and have a burning effect. If wa to better results from your '
1 Cash Paid for Good, Clean' 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. i
fertilizer if
could predict: the weather be. your liming pro-
who are more interested in per- insects found in that region. I would
.
I 1 is about right. A soil Rags. \j Khakis or Wool All Gainesville ,Phone 372-35S8 \
gram :
: tween now and October 1, it
: zonal and political gain than they are walk around in my bare feet with a ( test now can also tell you C tton. Bring to Telegraph.,
in the ultimate welfare of their race. metal ring in my nose, and around my ,' would be possible to- suggest ... ,
Two such spokesmen were heard waist I would wear a loin cloth-if I i', '. a good week to apply fumigant. -' --
Since this cannot be :
: recently through the medium of the could afford one. At night I would try done, it is suggested that you n-. ". t 1, + t tt
letters column in of the nation's to dirt floor of <, '
one sleep on a a one-room : do like Pete has done, get ."";- I
: Outstanding international newspapers. mud hut. Then on holidays we would i. ( .. ,I
soil ready and then fum- j '
your t tfo'
They wrote from such widely separated feast on elephant stew, roasted grass- t igate. Since this is a broadcast! .: DON'T> BE "HEAT-BEAJf \

: locations as Los Angeles, Calif. hoppers, and the milk of a coconut."I a R ( application you do not run I ,' i S l $v .1
: and Crumpton, Va. get on knees each night and F I : HROUGH THE
my .* i I the risk of non-fumigated soil i ij F, /f.
The Jetter from Los Angeles thank God for permitting ancestorsto .
my j being turned up on to the t:
signed "Dora Mae Clark" said 1 fU-1 LONG SU IER
: come to America as slaves. That '" migated row. a" .

w "As a Negro woman, grateful to was the great blessing to our race, E I i i In talking with a good number > ". {. ., .

: be a citizen of the United States, I and I am thankful for it. Since mem- I of our strawberry growers, 1 J \

have put a lot of thought into the bers of my race have traveled from t it has been decided that October (p pn __ .. 1 l

:... problems arising today. Certainly. the status of headhunters and canni- I 1st is the target date to At +J. .
Negroes should have the same civil bals to that of Members of Congressin start setting. This means that '

rights as the white man, if he quali- less than 344 years time, there ; P everything else, like applying,,

fies as the white man has to qualify.I should be no question about the M part of your fertilizer road-I' V \

But, I ask, (10 the people, especially the .abundance of opportunity for the Ne-, I I cast, then applying remainder I

men, of my race help themselves pro- gro in America." \ rowed well enough in advanceso of the fertilizer wheti

gress as the white race has always LONGI- the bed is being prepared and I
that all vegetation will be
done? How refreshing and reassuring are CAUDATUS is the most com- putting down the plastic must ,
thoroughly rotted. It seems
'*'! have read several fine books to these expressions from run-of-the-mill mon worm-like soil parasite all be done.
find about that we must kill in our straw- i j jt'
out all I can our origin, Negroes which are in such marked con
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soil. This is the STING
how the chiefs of the tribes sold cap- trast to the Kings and Wilkinses who ; berry NEMATODE. As many as 500 1 \
tives to white traders about the great L ,
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profess to speak for the entire race- 'of these tiny paratites have t .: I
: mortality from extreme climate, human the "leaders" who seek to blame all of been screened from around a I1 4 Is Y 0e { it0 + -.!>::t'. <. I I Ij'i

sacrifice, and wild animals. the faults, all of the anti-social habits, single strawberry plant. Of ; \

"The 'thought arises-would the and all of the cultural maladjustmentsof course, the root system of this 7 !"" ', ,' \

Negroes of America even exist today their race on the scapegoat of "un- plant looked as if you had +edt S ::".j I I

.. if their forebears had never left Af- just" treatment by the communityin worked on it with a pair G! k. a :
/ '. rica? They do exist, and in the most which they live the "leaders" who scissors. The sting nematodeis "
; fit J, T?
wonderful country in the world, and it blame society for some of their women- only one of probably half a : a' :.

is' filled with opportunity for all who folk giving birth to illegitimate children I dozen that affect our strawberry :r''. -- ...
are willing to work. I that I plants. All these nematodes -
am sure and living on the income from ADC I associated with plant just dial i for cool! comfort with
; many of my race who have made the checks; the "leaders" who blame the $ yrvk
roots are too small to be seen
effort to better themselves are quietly high incidence of crime their I ,. ,t, : '
among ; i .
when plants are examined in i[(1111 P!eSS 'ELECTRIC
continuing on their way-not rabble-
race on the lack of equal social and 1 the field. Consequently, when .
( rousing."Many. civil rights. \Ve have yet to hear any nematode symptoms appear as .i.., .:

\ Negroes realize today that of the so-called "leaders" blame their I indicated by the plant growth:' j AIR t' OONDITIONING

before the white man came to Africa race for any part of its shortcomings. I a lot of damage has already I

the black man had nothing; and, as a It has remained for commonsense Negroes been done. The old saying hereis _ I'1

young African in South Africa said, such as Dora Clark and Zeak I' very true in that "an ounce t:>j Why put with humid "hothouse" indoor \
if the white man left they still would Crumpton, to show a spark of grati- of prevention is worth a poundof up \i iI
I I weather that frazzles your nerves? With Electric Air
have nothing. I am most grateful towriters cure.
tude for the great strides the race has
like Dr. Robert Coliss on 'Ni- made since it left the African junglesa Pete and Leo Griffis, pictured I Conditioning your whole family will live better, 2 COMFORTS IN 1

geria' and Brian O'Brien on the 'Life comparatively short time ago. above, are 'applying that B __ u ya itt.Tir rl I feel healthier. Keener appetites. Refreshing sleep. Year-round electric
.... "Of Mary\ Slessor' in Nigeria for giv- ounce of prevention. Instead t! j j Reduced humidity helps prevent mildew and dampairconditioningrools
As has'been"poin1e2out, the shock- -Df lust an ounce, they" are applying r IN' fLORIDA in summer; warms
ing me a broader view and a hope I ness. Filtered, dust-free air makes housecleaning in winter.
ing crime situation
that my people will stop and quietly Washington, D. 20 gallons of fumigant easier.Brings priceless comfort for mere pennies a day.Tried .
C. evidence enough that mere release called "DD" per: acre. Soil BEER .IS A NATURALAs ,
think O
; from repression is not enough to solve I fumigation, in most cases, has and proven Electric Air Conditioning is it
And this from Zeak Crumpton of the entire problem of the American Xe- become a MUST, if you are natural as'the wholesome grains iangy hops frcm the best investment ever Enjoyed by a halfmillionof
Hampton, Va.: I' setting strawberries.In I which it is brewed, beer is Florida's traditional beverage of
your Florida neighbors. See your electric appliance ilnr
"I am glad that my ancestorswere groes.Though preparing for fumigation I moderation.light_ ; sparkling, delicious.
we don't hear It from the dealer or air conditioning contractor today. r
Negro slaves. The first j the soil should
be worked
ship-
up I And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a
.' load of >slaves reached our shores in rabble-rousing "leaders it is encourag- I so that it is in a condition : major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For ,

the year 1619, some 344 years ago. ing to know that there are many indi- I that would be ideal for planting !; example, the.Brewing Industry is responsible for millions of 1. ,

( In the year 1828, Congress passed a vidual Americans of African descent- : seeds or setting plants. I dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood; to be l atcl InnleIess G
such the writers of the letters above I Soil should be turned and har- o
., law prohibiting the importation of as t I made into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are
.... slaves. So those members of my race -who do recognize the need of their I And also that during the I spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida ... ...IT'S CHEAPER, TOO

whose ancestors reached America on people to emphasize law-abiding, constructive I Seminole Indian War 183542Garey's 'I, beer belongs'...enjoy it.
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHELPING
... the last slave ship have been exposed citizenship and individual re Ferry at Middleburgwas

io the civilization of the white man sponsibility.As a main depot for unloading :, 'i' UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. BUILD FLORIDA
for 135 years. one editorial writer has said: i supplies for the troops'
"My\ race has made tremendous "No black man is accountable for the I fighting the Indians. From '! FLORIDA DIVISION

that point the supplies were : _""_"'- ----"" ..r___ "'"' __,,,,,r--' ........ .-= E_
progress since they came to live in actions of every other black man, any -
this country. I own my home which is more than a similar rule would apply I hauled by wagon train southwest I

neatly furnished and is fitted out among whites. But Negro leaders will I to a point just below r
Kingsley Lake, and thence to
with all modern electrical appliances.My be the more convincing in demanding I Fort Harlee, New nansville, and I

t l three children graduated from rights if they at the same time stress I other strongholds.

college, have good jobs, and live in responsibilities. I TdA -y -

homes of their own. After years of Would that there were more Dora At the time of Mr. Bar-

steady employment and hard work as Mae Clarks and Zeak Crumptons who 1 1 tram's visit, he refers toBlack \

a section hand, I shall retire next year would let themselves be heard throughout Creek as the northernmost w

on a good pension from the railroad. the land! point of the land the Indians
were allowed to occupy and = re c

.....-._._,..... 1h...'" 1_'_ .... I. ..... that would account for the
Sam is strutting- around I fact that there were no early .
Farmer's Diary f like a peacock these days I i settlements in what is now ..-,, Qi I(I lit 7v 7/

i sporting a tartan of the clan Bradford County. But white I

MacTavish, a present from i i i settlers did dare to take up
By Sam McGarvey !
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Joe Kerrigan who recently homesteads in this section.
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riginal road built by the Span- flew over to Scotland on a and after the Treaty of Moul-
iards. vacation. The tartan is a tries Creek in 1823, which

.. beauty; it came from Copland >i mdved the Indians south of / J ;' 24LW /7' I J
L & Lyle, Sauchihill Street, Ocala, more came in and at )
i With tobacco about over :I, Glasgow well-known export- : the time of the Seminole War ; 4 4
with now, farmers are turn- : ,I _
If there were a number of set-
i" ers. you ever hear a wierd j:|I .II
ing to the harvesting of corn i i I wailing and loud commotion tlers around Sampson Lake I :: ar-

and hay baling. Prices for tobacco -:I!I near Lawtey, it will be a gathering -:,i It was for the protection of .. .. "'
were'ery good this of the clans, with the these settlers the Colson,

season for high quality leaf,. pipes a-calling for a Highland: Casons, Tisons; Motts. Jones, v ., ,
Dog Days ended Sunday but yields were below average: Ring, and a, feast of, haggis. i Richards, and others that r k' x t
: and poor weather resulted in i i I j jj Fort Harlee was established in r..
they started on July 3 this some inferior tobacco. I|j I We've always felt' that Mid- : 1837.

yarl; and we can look for a I I'dleburg i is a great deal older, I i I

change: in the weather any Honey bees put our hummingbird than is generally realized. This; ; We didn't mean to "run off ,
1
day now. We celebrated the feeder out of commission ,, week while doing some histor- at the mouth" about' the ear- I >'.
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day with a trip to St. Augus and we sent for a ical research we came acrossa i ly history of this section, but* v
tine'Beach where the day was : "bee guard" to put on it. We reference in the Diary of once started we find it hardto 6

hot the water ice cold and tried making one but soon John Bartram that on Feb. 3, stop as we find it as exciting -
the flies 1 and fleas were hungry 1 found that we were not as 1766 'he explored Black Creek, as a tale of adventure. I II
The road is good now to smart as the bees and after: and found at the present site' II I

Orangedale but from thereto getting run off by them several of Middleburg a "CalduralTs ,(I See where Georgia has passed -
the coast it is so bad we times, abandoned the ef- Store," a trading post for In-i i I a lawmaking it a misdemeanor -
thought we were on the o- fort. ;i dians. I I to "bum off" land
II I without first notifying the r r r r r
forest rangers. The result
I should be better protection of .
r. r r 'r. CHEVROLET
ORID the woods and we are all in
favor of that.
4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH r

AcnvE If you want a good eating
to R1 ESTABLISHED 1879E.
t pear plant an Orient variety.We -
y
E. L MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER I,
O set one out about 14 years .
Q
;1 1903 FLORIDA'S ago, and this year for the C
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY __ ,Telephone your
first time it into _
I came uro- _
ON UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD
duction and we have a good .--- ., .. : .-
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE supply of, juicy. sweet pears :
POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT Or MARCH s. IS79 that are as good as any we've I'' .::

ever tasted. The fruit has a :
TN TRADE AREA -.ONE .YE..lR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS J2.00 tough skin and on being PicK-] ;T ; .

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONES YEAR $4.Oo -' SIX :MONTHS $2.25 ed is hard as a rock, but in : __ .J. "'.__ _' -. : -
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U. S. 301 (NORTH) ,
soft and juicy and has a wonderful -
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1 By !fr.. D. E. IIIU ,..l:' OR IODIZEDFYNETASTE ". '

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it 4 City Election Sept. 10 p
r To Pick Mayor, Clerk, \ C. 6TAAAtt _
, Marshal. 3 Councilmen I SALT j Ii (WHOLE )
I f Registration books are now !
open at Home's Grocery for ,
t I Hampton's annual city election ; + F i yI
.September 10, when three 26 LB.
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I .up oz.PKG.
i councilmen, mayor, clerk, and
,
marshal: are to be elected.
Council officers are for two
o.\ years, now held by Council- .
men F. P. Lott, D. E. Hill, "i -T1C

I and.G- P.Wadsworth.. Mayor, _ _, _ _
I clerk and marshal offices are : ND 1ZRK Z
for one year terms. At present BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BLUE RJBBON QUALITYHEAVYVESTERN
C. R. Cox is W.
mayor
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
HEAVY
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF WESTERN BEEF BEEF
H. Maxwell, clerk, and Rich- F
ard May, marshal. A candidatefor (
any of these offices must TuB
Round
CHUCK Bone CUBED
,
be a qualified voter, and must r t LIMIT2 WITH J5.00 or
file a petition with at least 10 MORE FOOD ORDER

Sept.signatures with the 3.Voters. city of registered clerk by 7 voters pm., PRICES GOOD THRU WEEKEND STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAKQUANTITY

have until Aug. 31 RIGHTS. .
to register for the election. To RESERVED.. .. ./:.:. -"' I! { .
be eligible, one must be 21 _
1 rears of age, have lived in : tl1 U $ J SPECIAL! SOLID
Florida at least one year, and \a( ..
in the city of Hampton at '. '
( least six months by the time '*;,; 1II 1u mirI1' .. LB.
I '1./ .tutu_ INC' Lit LB. LB.
,
i of the election. Three new s (7py r. sq .
voters had already registered -; .......:....'.....-.:.-- "' OLlO
by Monday this week. .-- ., ":;' .
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Inspectors for the electionare .- ::: [ f9.vr.
E ARMOUR STAR SKINLESS
Mrs. Marklee Norman, : =
Mrs. Frank Wolfred and Mrs. .
; FRAN KSu.5ge
i T. F. Brown. I slt'1'c' '1 1j
I \ At last week's regular coun-
\ cil meeting at the city hall I j PillsbuiiysIBESTI: s iiilr.PLB.7ge E 3 '7a

(E 1 I Tuesday roll was night approved the city and theI taxi 1 LB. -iFA & FIRST CUT RIB PORK CHOPS

I I I 1 council let the W millage as- ,".I" ...-.XXXX.V- _: lIMIT-2 .;....:.:.. +,
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WITH $2.50 : !
l sessment remain the same. __ : :

More were given discussion on fire-fighting and reports {!q il I w --- FOOD OR MORE ORDER V LOOK 1\\ 3 LBS STREAK 0 LEAN WHITE BACON

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,
qulpment although no ac-
llon. was taken as yet. -- i: 'I .:t tt
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/.Personals).fl'. and Mrs. Gordon Weest 1 = PILLSBURY i _- r---- r\\ 3 TENDER: BE EF LIV.E R !, / } {1 1

/ and son of Miami arrived Sat- F .
urday for a visit here with PLAIN OR SELF-RISING = LOOK 9 WILL }.: :.1 .. l 1FLO.UR
1 Mr Weest's mother, Mrs. T. ,,, WHAT :
F., Brown. Their son, Billy I 3 LEAN BEEF SHORT RIBS
J
:who has been here, is staying .. 15 0:. Cons. Old Glory Brand. e Fi}: L B$, e,

with his grandmother for a 1 = y

longer here'Archer last visit week.visited Chester Billy Phillipsof Weest I I 5 .. : RED PORK KIDNEY& BEANS BEANS WILL BUYH! rl: ( 3 L:: OLD FASHION CHUNK BOLOGNA

.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McClel- .
:, BABY LIMAS
lan are the parents of a:son, A. TERRIFFIC VALUES 11; ;9/ I
Carroll Justice, born Thurs i = G GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 3 SMOKED /.
LB
PORK
BAG t l SAUS'AGE ;
County day, Aug.Hospital 8, at.in Starke.Bradford I :: SPAGHETTI BUDGET,WISE f--i LBS ... ..:

Mrs. J. W. Horne was able :: .
: }f
BLACKEYE PEAS F
to return home from Alachua LIMIT- 1 WITH $5.00 OR ;' = STOCK UP i 3.. .
General Hospital in Gaines- MORE FOOD ORDER .,./ = EARLY JUNE' PEAS AND SAVE i FROZEN OCEAN PERCH El.LLETS
ville last week, and is at their -_ _r
home at Midlake. where her \ ...,..f. = :
t daughter, Mrs Richard May. \ ,, ......; = TRAPPEY'i I I
I and daughter are staying with -.;..... "' >' :: {"':: ",'.s"":' '::1V.... '
\ .'. ... : TOMATOES
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her. k -......" .a w r. 1! : 2 t60Ir 251-
.
'Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Cannon :: t..::' '" OKRA &,CORN CANS
spent last weekend in Yulee TRAPPEVS Merchants ,.J; '

with Miss their Paula son.McElroy of La- I 15TAtAPS MAXWELL \ t / PURPOSE \ OKRA TRAPPEY'S& 2 25C1'1SC0 1 4 4GRI3

week Cross with spent Debbie several Hill.days last i I CUT OKRA M.1 O( HOUSE ( TOMATOES

+ Otis Melton spent last 1
1 weekend in St. Augustine with =
his brother-in-law and sister : COFFEE \ CRISCO OIL -
li
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hagan FY I O1L .
entered the .
Richard May CHINATOWN ,' -"
University Medical Center in I -
EXTRA FANCY LONG GRAIN FYNE-TEX
Gainesville on Wednesday last: FOAMY LIQUID
week for treatment. I LB, 24 (
Mrs. Marklee Norman and DETERGENT R IC E J BTL. EDETERGENTFOOD
daughters and Mrs. Nita John-I 'S --4
son spent several days at Ft. \! ,
; Myers during the two weeks : FAIR .,... FF DELUXE t4' d1 oz
.. ;
Mr. Norman was at National I ; ;T2ge; < t PKG: 48e
!
Guard Camp. ; c 40 0: 2ge COFFEELIMIT1 a R4 COOKING Oil ,25
Mr. and Mrs Charles Hicks { Ap..aiM t.
and children returned home ". COFFEE OF YOUR >, 1 LIMIT -l OIL OF YOUR CHOICE WITH LIMIT I WITH$5.00: OR
I 49c VALUE VALUE' CHOICE WITH $5.00 OR $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER .
I :
last week after a camping vacation I 43c; ; \ MORE FOOD'ORDER
in the North Carolina <,,. MORE FOOD ORDER ..... ,'t WtR.L'i '
I mountains. I ''''...... .. .-.., ., '" .
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Williams of Miami .. .
Aaron I ,, "-- '... .. .. ... .:':/ .
returned home last week after I -- :: L"L L'A l .1!" 1 MI -
spending 10 days here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, 1 LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED = {
JUMBO SIZE 27 PINK MEAT
A. Williams. I
FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
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I ; i I, .: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; MosE, GRANDI AND LAKE GENEVA I




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, I, PYTTYVYVY VYVYVYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyy, longer than his parents, who I Vanessa Millic n, Christine, ]In Pull Election !I his brother-in-law and sister' aunt of Mrs. Allen. home Friday after spending

weie vacationing in Nassau. Gretchen' and Karen Newman, 1 r Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ralph Cason and daughter, the week with her parents.Mr. .

a'g KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crutch- Beth Ann Rutledge, Cindy I i Chamblee, in Atlanta Ga. last' Dianna Jane!, of Silver Lake I and Mrs. E. M. Robinson,

j field spent last weekend at I Scales, Kerry Shackleford,! Keystone Voters Accept Charter'Iiirn ; Saturday. Mrs. Chamblee ant I Ii !' spent' the day Thursday with! and brother-in-law and sister.

II II : By Mary K. SChaeffer Crescent City with Mr. and i Stewart Wilma Thies, Cheryl i i children are here for a week'svisit. ;, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S Mr. and' Mrs. Richard Logs

Mrs. J. K. Tiller of Kinsporr, | nes and Durlie Sims, Michelle ] i and family.
I I j i M. Cason. don

r...., a ILA&gaA&A..1& . ... Tenn., where they enjoyed Stewart, Wilma Thies. Charyl Down Purchase (OtiProperiyl Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Dock L. Tison I Mrs. Susie' Hodge of Fort
------------AA Mrs. K. Tiller of Tomes, Ann Triest, Kendall
J. Kinsport, left Wednesday morningfor I attended the wedding of Mrs. Myers visited her brother and

I : Who1* Teaching? zations to discuss CD problems Crutchfield are brother and and Valerie Turner' and Pat I New York where they will Tison's niece, Miss Faye Ow- I: sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

I : This time of year. parents! and methods of warning pop- sister Wrinkle. Keystone voters turned out'' term lease without a vote of i visit their sons Ted and Mer- : ens, to Dr. Don Hall in Mic- I John Tyler

: and students alike begin top ulation of this or any alert for Miss Stenna Logsdon en- "Canoei.ng is more run than I only 35 per cent strong in l''I the people; nt, Jr. I anopy recently. Mrs. Than Mrs. David Boggs and

j wonder who will be teaching Clay County. teitained: last Saturday eve- rowboatingseems to be th3 lacklustre election to I "
: Monday Giving Keystone police authority Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mul-; was guest soloist for the event. daughter from South Carolina

II. : this year in the local school. The Clay County Rescue I ning with a delightful inform, general opinion of the' girls approve a new city charter, to make arrests on I lane and Mrs. Helen Kehoe of Robert G. Daniels, Jr. will' visited berjjrandparents, Mr.

S We feel that this information: Unit answered the following! al party at the home of her l progressing in the Girl Scout 85 t. 44, and turn down the property of
i' Keystone Airport, Ormond Beach spent Wednesday be home from the Panama:r nd;'Mri R. M. Cason, la.;tThursday
I : '",'ill be of interest to everyone. calls during July, or assisted ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C., program as it applied to Waterfront proposed purchase property .located in Bradford County; :,!!' with Mr. and Mrs. N. T. '' Canal Zone for a few days to i' .'

Phillip Knuth will be our therein: Stood by with resuscitator Logsdon in Keystone Club Es- I Day Activities. on Lawrence Boulevard: fora Empowering the council to Klelson. i visit his mother Mrs. R. G I Mrs. Dock t L. Tison and

I : principal ,again and we are : and first aid during I j tates. Festivities did not last j Monday marked promotion new town hall and library. take measures to stop pollu- I t' Spc. Gene Sealey has Daniels.Mr. daughters have returned hom?

U fortunate indeed to have such\ swimming program at Key-'' very late in the evening in order -I! day for those girls who proved]! The anti-purchase vote was tion of lakes that come within ,,, from Germany after returned 15-! and Mrs. Stephen Ash-/:I after spending two weeks at

: a man with so much dedica- I stone Beach. July 9-18. As- that the guests could attend ; during their first week of 78-41.
I ley and visit-
Robin
the city limits of Keystone. I i months service. He is in Walter i son, are i Johnson Beach.
: tiori and experience. Assisting sisted R. H. Weghorst from! the annual Fireman's camping that they were read Only 129 of the town's
approximately ing their parents, Mr. and
I: Reed Hospital but Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson
1 I I' now -
I him will be Hubert Oli- Medical Center in Gainesville !! Ball. for ,more difficult phases of 350 registered voters The defeated proposal toj i Mrs. Clarence Ashley and Mr.!
I purchase property on Law-i! should: be out soon, and hsf I and children of St. Augustine -
phant Jr.. in capacity of assistant in instruction for M-M Resuscitation -I j I Misses Judy and, Susan j activities. Row-boaters who I went to the polls. f I i and Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Samson and ,
Sealey will make visited Mr. and Mrs.
Boulevard would have
rence
-:; principal.In using life size doll James arrived Friday afternoon graduated, to canners were I[ The new charter, consider- other relatives and friends''I .
their
I home
: in Melrose. Rothhammer Saturday.
the elementary grades, I for a visit with their Deborah Hawes, Kerry Shackle ably"watered allowed council to buy Lbtsj| Glynn
j July 23-24. Camp Crystal down" from the 11 i here. Stephen and family have
teachers will be as follows; Lake, Alachua County Schools,\j I grandmother, Mrs. Anna James. ord, Stephanie Shaughnes-j..one ''first proposed a,couple of 10, 11, 12 of Block 24 at a |I George Pringle and Mrs. Alice I' been stationed in Marylandwith I TRINITY EPISCOPAL
I price not to exceed $15,500.1!! Tyler of Jacksonville visit-
First Grade: Mrs. Susie Gorn- 31 persons. Camp Montgomery,j They are the daughters sey, Karen Williams Marsha years ago, makes no changes i I the U.S. Navy for several I

to; Second Grade, Mrs Florence ] Presbyterian Church, 116 person !!' of Mrs. James' son, William' B ree, and Joann Kuykendall.j j I II I in the mechanics of the city's The property, which contains i,: ed Mr. and Mrs. John Tyler; months. I CHURCH MELROSE

". Harris; Third Grade, ; July 23. Salvation Army and his wife Edith of Miami. I First they had to earn their !! government. Among the more an unused apartment house :;: recently. | Admiral Deuterman o f I! Holy Days 10 a. BB., Holy

". Miss Paula J. Wyman; Fourth I Camp, 16.staff members. Gold Misses Gerry Gates and,I Swimmers' Badge Canoeists,' significant new changes are: of ancient, vintage, would have I j:i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin White1I ; Brooklyn Naval Yard spent I Sundays 10 a. m. Church

Grade, Mrs. Bonnie Jones: Head Branch State Park, 3 : Kathy Wensel of Springboro,j jj who earned their badges and'I I Restricting the Keystone been used as a future loca- I I: head and children spent a the weekend at his home on SchooL 11:45 a. m. Morning

Fifth Grade, Mrs. Ann Kraus staff members, July 24. Started j' Pa. are guests of Miss Gates'I became Sailors for the second: Council from disposing of city' tion for a city hall, library, '1 S, week in Miami and Key West.,: Lake Santa Fe. I Prayer and Sermon (First

and Mrs, Joan Nabors; Sixth advanced first aid class j uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. week were Deborah and Nancy property or making any long ; and other municipal purposes. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Blott-' Rev. and Mrs. Jason Lee I Sunday, Holy Communion). f

Grade, Mrs. Nioda Sanford, for rescue and fire department!I|I Donald Lawrence, who live on Kingsbury, Ann Triest and I I '" man of Chicago have been:' and family from Wadesboro, : p.m. Episcopal Young Church-

and Mrs. Agnes Strong. Two I members. Two-year-old girl ; Lake Brooklyn. Diana Ilgen I I a week with her son, James rvvrvvvvvvvvvvvivvvt1VFELRIOS :visiting her parents, Mr. and ; N. C. are spending a week men.

sections of fifth grade, and I drowned at Hutchinson Lake j! We recently had a commun- Sapp, and family |! Mrs. J. J. Boyle. A family reunion with Mr. and Mrs. John Re- Communion.

two of sixth.Secondary. I I June 30. Tree across highway'l j I icatlon from Mrs. Helen Phelps ,Entering the Pam Row-boating Mrs. Rebecca Brantley of ,: was held Friday andS gan!! j I j The Rev. Lee W. Heaton.

: teachers will bet I If I at Hillcrest, June 30. Trouble who lives at Daytona Beach Debra Group Cromer were Beth Anthony Jackson,, Keystone Heights spent a I : E other family members who attended -I/I Mrs. Andrew Dunk and Vicar.

f as follows: English Mrs. Anna I i at Magnolia Lake [stood by, now, but who until recentlywas couple of days' with her par- :' : were: Chris Seeba of; children of Tilianii lelt for
a Keystoner. She was amazed Vanessa Millican, Christine ents, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon By Mrs. .Alice Rothhammer 'Dothan Ala. :!,
M. Null and Mrs. Shirley E.! July 4. Report of possible James E. Boyla: """'!

Robertson. Mathematics David I I drowning Black Creek, July to see her poem in a Newman, Cindy Scales, and Brantley.Mr. fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 and family of Jacksonville, Mr.

recent issue of this paper. A Kendall Turner. Brownie Fly- I and Mrs. Jack Grout S and Mrs. William Bowen andS
Greene, and Sterling J. Crab- 4. Fire 21
on Highway July
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tree, Jr. Sciences, Mrs. Virginia 8. Boy's cut foot at Keystone t, poem which won honorable Ups included Michelle stew- / went south instead of north Stork Shower'A 1' family of Jacksonville, John .' HEN FERTILIZER FOR SALEONE

Jordan, and Mr. Crab- Beach July 12. Plane explo- I mention in the State Compe- art. as was reported last week.' baby shower was recently Boyle of Hillcrest, and Jerry
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tree. Social Studies James sion reported [missile firing I! tition of the Florida Federa- Area Boys Offered They visited Mr. and Mrs. for Mrs. Richard L. Boyle. TO 1,000 TONS

,Jackson and Hubert Oliphant, from Canaveral] July 18. i i 1 tion of Woman's Clubs. Helen Rare OpportunityEd Kenneth D. Mayo and son, in i Durbin by Mrs. Michael Coul- i I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carnley ,

Jr. Business Education, Mrs. II said she didn't know what Hussey who lives on I Longwood. near Orlando, and i lias and Mrs. Glen McMilIun.I i and children of Palatka visit- DELIVERED AND ,SPREAD
Should desire information I
you any she would have done withoutall Lake Geneva, has an idea that I Mrs. Elsie: Green at New Smy- I A pink miniature umbrella' ed Mr. and Mrs. Harold Foe-
Christine Croft, Home Eco- CD director
your her friends last year when might interest teen-age boysof rna ,Beach ;" supported by a baby girl la1; OR DUMP TRUCK LOADS '
and
nomics. Mrs. Minnie R. Walker. urges you to write to him: man family Saturday.Mrs. ,
she was widowed. She surely this area with a yen for Mr. and Mrs. Harris Herringof blue and pink former the cen- S .
Spanish, Mrs. Norma Vall- Foeman spent last week
Ray E. Chance, Box 128, or
misses town her motors. When it to Palatka visited terpiece for the refreshment
our and comes Mrs. Callie Call'
i with them.
dejuli Driver Education Roy
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call Keystone 473-4260. The AIKEN
ACRES
Melrose
friends. making a motor purr some Rye and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. table. Strawberry punch, cake
Spradley; Girls Physical Education unit is available 24 hours a I Mrs. W. H. Allen and Ann ,
/|: Miss Rebecca Elaine Davis people have it others justdon't. Rye and son on Tuesday.Mrs. I and mints were served in
Mrs. Millie Jo Wilkes; day. If needed, you may call i ; Bowen spent last weekend at
Weds Fred B. McGee I Ethel Brockman 'matching cups and plates GRANITE 5-2801 ,
** I Age doesn't seem to is a
Boy's Physical: Education, Mr. the above number, or the Clay II St Petersburg with Mrand
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theme.
The marriage of Mks: Re. make difference. Mr. patient in Glendale Hospitalin which emphasized the j %
Spradley: Librarian, Miss Emma County Sheriff's office, Green any I !i Mrs. Henry Todd. uncle and
r ,I becca Elaine Davis, daughter Hussey, who is a mechanical Palatka. Mrs. Durbin's mother, Mrs. -
Kate Mansfield Athletic Cove Springs. 284-3379. S
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I I of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Davisof engineer, and well Pat Griffin of Eglin Air Mildred B. Johnson, attended
and: EstrelPta Dinner 24
Director, Mr. Spradley; August qUalified'l'
Keystone Heights, to Fred teach Force Base in j the shower. Six"other friends '
welding ensacola
and
""""Guidance Mrs. Anna M. Null.) Please keep in mind the can HEIGHTS
t This makes a faculty of 22 at Chicken Barbecue Dinner at' Bernie McGee, son of Mrs. skills. It is said that Henry I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kilgoreand I attended, including the host KEYSTONE .. MELROSE(
i Horace McGee and the late Ricky of Palatka visited esses. They were: Mrs. \ViIi ,?
J Keystone Heights School. Mrs.|i the Masonic Hall on Saturday Ford capitalized on ideas of .
Mr. McGee of Starke solemnized liam Cobb Mrs. Jim Barring- -
I was friends in i
Juanita Glisson will be lunchroom evening Aug. 24, from 5:3D) 'I young men, and from hot-rod- Grandin last Fri- and .
i at er, Mrs. Tommy Hicks
Hope Baptist ,
supervisor.. Her staff will until 7:30 o'clock, sponsoredby ders, he devised many of the day.Mr. j!, Miss IS1RESS DIRECTORY
: Vandy
Church in Theressa the Copper.
on ,
include Mrs. Bertha Jones, the Estrellita Club. Adult i features of the Thunderbird.Some and Mrs. H. B. SikesJr. .
The Durbins
i evening of August 3. will soon be
Mrs. Forence Forth, Mrs. Bob- donations for tickets will be I boys may have trouble and family, and Miss Ce- to -_ ...
I moving Gainesville whereMrs.
The
bie Turner and Mrs. Dorothy ; $1.25; for chidren under 12, double-ring ceremony interpreting a sonnet, but cile Day of Gadsden, Ala. returned ,
: Durbin will be opening APPLIANCEST GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS
was performed by Rev. C. F. I
Martin. I It 75s. This includes dessert. they can keep the family car to Griffin Ga. on Sun "The "
Club.
Hootenanny
[I t ":::. As yet, Mr. Knuth does not I Next, A Ham Dinner, Guernsey.Miss Marlene Linsin was in tip-top shape, which is day after spending two weeks Baptist Revival V Service Center TIlE

|| have a secretary. Anyone who August 31 perhaps more important. For with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes J '
Plants
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maid of honor, and Sidney liam: Baptist Church will,i .Keystone
Sr. ', J. TIIIES Heights
\ Proprietor
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knows bookkeeping, typing, St. William's Catholic Club Griffis-of'Starke was the'bestman. them,'Mr. Hussey has- ulljf- 5- hold a series of' revival meetings -

and other office skills is askedto will sponsor its Annual Ham equipped work-shop, and he Jimmy Rye was visiting the week of Aug. 11-18. I I Authorized Motorola Philco, 0 Garden Supplies and Restaurant

apply. In case Mr. Knuth Supper on Saturday evening, The bride chose white i is most anxious that interested Johnny Prevatt in Ashville, N. Rev. Fred Postma of First!II I Sales and Service Furniture W. E. Flakes, 0\vner-3Ifr.
is not in town this week, they j I a nylon take advantageof Cover the weekend. Melvin ;
men I
Aug. 31, at the Masonic Hall dress of ballerina length. young Baptist Church, Bonifay, will Service On All Slakes S Duralite and DoFont Specializing In
may look up Mr. Oliphant, from 5 till 7:30 p.m. Tickets I this opportuniy. Please give Cumbus accompanied Jimmyas be the revival pastor. i Paints
as-I She wore a white veil and she TV RADIO STEREO Blue Plates with
sistant principal. far as Ashville, then wenton
will be $1.25 for adults; 75c i|
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and her carried [Continued Next Page] Weekday services will be '
bridesmaid
Mr. Knuth in planning a i for children under 12. This on to Fort Dix N. J. after j: Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Wallpapers Painter's Fresh Vegetables

.- "Meet the Faculty" night for will include your dessert. I bouquets of chrysanthemums.After spending a month's leave in hold at 10 ajn. and 8 p.m. j[i Keystone Heights, 473-4651 : Supplies (COLD BEER
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Sunday services will begin ,
the latter part of August, at Personals a wedding trip through Grandin with his family and atj I I Open From 6:00: A.L Till-TAt
South Florida, they are now CHURCH 11 ajn. and 8 pin. Everyone is
which time become friends.:: (
t : parents may After spending a month at I at home at Rt. 1, Starke. invited to attend. AUTO SERVICE Zike'sDecorating the etopllte Keystone lift*

personally acquaintedwith Henderson, N. C., Mr. and Out of town guests included Summer Schedule: 8 a. m. Miss Barbara' Herring returned :Methodist Youth Week I ;. ,

the teachers, and learn Mrs. Edward Cavanaugh resIdent Becky's sister, Wave Susan service each Sunday morning. to Gainesville Thursday This is Youth Week at Terrejl's: \ ,

something of their background:: of Lake Park, Ga., are I Davis and her friend, Wave First Sunday, Holy Eucharist, after spending a week with Melrose Methodist Church. Shop Lake Brooklyn

and training. This was a great paying a return visit to White Becky :Mason from the Memphis 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays, Mrs. Callie Rye. ;I Young people of that church I Gulf Service Keystone Heights RestaurantSTEAKS

success last year, and Mr. Feather Court in Keystone I Air Station. Also Mrs. Morning Prayer and Sermon Mrs. Jackie Weeks and chil- are participating in seven I New &' Used Tires CHOPSSPECLILIZIXO

Knuth thinks it well worth preferring the friendly atmosphere -I George Edgens of Atlanta, and Daily offices, 8:30: a.m. and dren went to Yankeetown over days of planned activities ]I From $3.00 Up' All Sizes PHONE 473-3861 -

-. another try. of our town. Another Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bakerof 5:00: pin. the weekend to visit her par- which include an retreat -', IN 1
all-day
and his faculty I Lubrication Batteries A cces., .
Mr. Knuth advantage that Keystone has ents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Oklawaha. Holy Eucharist Wednesday I a day of fun at Daytona SEA FOOD
will start their pre-planning i OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M.Keystone .
over many: towns is its good: 10 Raymond.Bob
Attention All MothersIn a.m Beach ,
1 guest night, kid I ORDERS TO GO -
period on Monday, Aug. 19. water. Many visitors have remarked -I Keystone Area Smith of Jacksonville dies night,. and a Heights, 43- 1279 INSURANCE
Dates for registration etc. I semi-form.all 1-4 Mi.\ N. of
on that. The Cavan- FIRST BAPTIST Stoplita
In Keystone Heights we was' visiting Mrs. Vira Her- banquet. Youth Week began
will be in succeeding issues. aughs may soon be permanent KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .'AUTO STORE Keystone Heights
now have approximately 25 ring and Mrs. Callie Rye last Aug. 11 and will end Sunday, .
National CD Alert
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residents here. Cub Scouts. When School J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph Friday.Mr. the 18th. j
Planned For 1961A Guests of : and Mrs. Western Auto Murrhee Insurance
Mr. starts, there will be more lit Copeland. Minister of :Music and Mrs. J. B. Rye and, Poster Contest } BeiIdler'sHoliday
National Civil Defense Frank and last A .
Nooney family !<
tIe boys of 8 or 9 who want to and church organist. Johnny left Friday evening Winners of the poster contest I Associate Store Inn
alert will be the week and Mrs. Ed
held during were Mr.
be Cubs. At this time, we have Services: Sunday School after spending some time with sponsored by Faith Presbyterian -i i Agency .
first quarter of fiscal 1964, Dennis and son Michael of Appliances Major or fm1 I;
two den mothers, which will 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship, Mrs. Callie Rye and Mrs. Vira Kindergarten ComI RestaurantFormerly
and Clay County will partici Fort Lauderdale. The Dennis Auto Accessories, Tirs, .
take care of 12 boys. Will 10:50 a. m. Training Union Herring. They are returning to I mittee last week were: David 5' "*
pate. On July 22 a meetingwas family, originally of Jackson- j i Batteries. j I General 1 Insurance
S I I some other of you mothers 7:00: p. m. Evening services Camp Lee, Va. where J. B. will : Gaboardi and Rachel Ashley, '* Lawrence's Dinette
held .at the Clay County ville, have been fricads of the Sporting Goods, Bicycle
give a little time to see that 8:00: p. m. You are Invited tq I be stationed They stopped by I.first prizes: Vaughn McCrea Fire Casualty Bond* I COMPLETELY REMODELED
courthouse for staff mem- Nooneys for a number of Hardware, Paints, Ga.-d -v
these boys can all be Cubs? share family: Prayer time with Clintwood, Va. enroute for a I J and Christine Gaboardi, sec: I Alih-J lAnce I OPEN 1 DAYS WEEKLY
'bers, department heads, CD years. Michael was in Key- I' Supplies. j
Oh yes, it may mean a little: Southerland reunion. i ond prizes and Evelyn Cox
family :
I Full Dinners Lunches
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1 personnel, and other organi- for about two weeks KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
,
efforteven work- on your I COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Hildred Sapp went to I and Nancy Jane Cox, third > 'Keystone Heights: Tel. 473428.JMILLWORK : > Ala Carte Italian Foods
I part, and it will take of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --
some prizes. I: i
Gainesville Sunday to visit I Electrical Contractors ''I 1 Block North of Red Light
your leisure time- but the The committee hopes to ;, ,
I her mother, Mrs. Robert Mar : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Sunday School 9 I.
m. -
rewards are great, and the a. : make the contest an annual! Co.! 7s; I II ,.
Jackson .
tin.
Morning 10 Au- Judy returned home after, Electric I I .
of will i iI ain during i 'II :- --
feeling accomplishment a'week with her I eVent: Registration day for j
spending ELECTRICAL CONTRAUJ'OIl| jI KEA i, ESTATE
more than compensate.The gust.After I I
Kindergarten is Wednesday, i j _
I Cub'Scout Sept. 1 Sunday grandmother I, House Wiring, Electric Rangi:1; -,,-
I uniform is a Aug. 14, from 9 to 12 am. at I II | '
pretty wonderful thing. Put School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship 'The Florahome Church of : tie Presbyterian Church. and Water, Heater Repair J;,:c:. J. Pete O'Connor

"A SALE OXTOUPEES 5' I i it on a typical boy and in an 11 ajn. Youth Fellowship God is having Vacation Bible i j}I Music CourseA General Electric Repair Vi'or'i! ,t Keystone I REALTOR

j 7 pm. School this week. They had I Call For All Yo-ir
I I instant you transform himI college course In Music "Toby" I
47 on the first day. The commencement I VK- REAL ESTATE
Electrical Needs
with
ino Cub !
a sharp-looking
I Appreciation for credit or fun
? : a fierce pride in "belonging." fVYVYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyCRANDIN'" will be on Friday will hold its first meeting j Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4'' : .' Millwork Shop MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
I
I i Appearance morale, and team night at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the Keystone ':' Koystono. Ho'ghts! Tel. 473-4297
right into Johnny Mikell of Jacksonville FARM SUPPLIES C ::ETS.nOOKS
spirit are woven Heights High School for \: ,

I \WHERE \ : S : the fabric. spent the weekend with interested area residents. i WISDOrnES Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

I| At least two more Den Mothers By Cbarleyene nrantle1AAAAA..A. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry -i For information and regis-i Ca&L.FCdCO. ;
I are needed, and four as- Grainger. tration, write to Dr. Weldon. I 1 .
C. !t. BURKHALTER. JR Trim MaUrtalagash
'
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I sistants. Lack of such experience Christine and Reed Brant-, Adult Ed. Div., St. Johns River' .
i a FEEDS Maii, T.,Order ne, Rral KutaU 8r'ikt
:: is no excuse. A den Chief i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Padgett i: ley spent Monday with their Junior College. Palatka. I .

II III;!'\ I -an older Boy Scout' will help, and Brenda, Mrs. Eva Padgett i, grandmother. Mrs. Ruth Reed I Duplicate Bridge j FERTILIZERS -Keystone Heishtg 473-4285 tAke Properties AcreageRanche.s
I
.-. you, and there is a program! Rock and Guy, Jr. of Miami j on Lake Swan. : Winners of the Melrose > FARMERS HARDWARE ', > Busiest City

book with each meeting out- were visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Dick McGrath of Florence f Duplicate Bridge Club for last : Earleten c Homes H!I:1tal.

I'; lined for each month. Weldon Brantley on Saturday.'I S. C. was visiting friends and I j week include the following: I TeL Melrose GR 5-5163 :.NUKSEKY/ 'We Take A Personal Int6rtf\

I So"come on, Mother and be I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tyre I relatives in Florahome and IDs Ray Becker and Mrs. Val I. ,. i: In,: Your Req-.dreinenU'
i
II a pal! Help us to keep thess I of Sanford visited Mrs. Ruth 'I Grandin last week.PAEAN Givens, first place; Mrs. Mary I 11 I -I' 'I wtidway. : Keystone HeighUUeirooo .

Where is right!- He'd do betterto I: little boys interested and ac- I j Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Eu-j Cook and Miss Iva Hilryer FLORIST Nursery Stock Thousands: Of!': .

Ii i live this year. Please can 473i : gene Brantley on Monday and second place; Mrs. Louise!
BAPTIST CHURCH
i Edna Williams PlaaN & Fruit Trees. To Hivtay ZI-Opt1l. Sand jf __
4182 the and 473- j re-I '
in mornings I
I TUeSday They had Logsdon and Mrs. C. Maxso1third
forget the sale. He's young his hair i 4697 in the and :! .ChoW From. Nk-e Shade Tre4"St f (.R JL.q,,
i p.m. say you. turned from a trip to Diiney-I GRANDIN FLA. I place; and Mrs. Phil' Tl'UR..fF.KYFLOWERS I
: : will. Thank you. i iI i land Petrified I' Evergreens & Landscape
I Forest, Kromer and Mr John Long- ;I
will grow. But now is the time for parents I Camp Hi-Lo-Pe-Wa Popular i bad Caverns, and other pointsof Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor necker fourth place. i For AD OccasionPhan PlantAll la Containers, Plant S. E. McKay, Realtor
With Local: Girls Sunday School. 10 ajn j : #. SLf.b9kcP 1'. .
5.. I interest They visited Mrs. i Morning Worship 11 ajn Booster Club i *. OP 1\1' 1 Anytime.! See Our Plants For''ii.Lts Lake Lilly S500..

of children this age to start an ed. !j I Thirty-one Day Campers Gertrude Minder in Los An- j ,A spice sale-was held satur- .--- -- Term 16 Lots Sunset Lake .
Training Union 7:00 m.j! Quality. Lt Us Do Your ,
:
I have B5en attending Girl geles, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. j jj p. / day morning beside the post GARAGES $%7.5. Term Investment tracts ,

I Scout Day: Camp at Camp Hi-1 j Earnest Minder!, and Mr. and : Evening Service, 8:00 p. m j office by the Meiross High Landscaping.' .
large enough for several lots
ucation savings plan. Do it *
now. 'Lo-Pe-Wa on Silver Lake,;/; Mrs. Eugene Minder and family ; Hour of Power, Wednesday i I School Booster Club. 'This.h. HILJ 5' GARAGE > I!access to wide sandy beach.

which will be continued in Phoenix. Ariz. and Lt. : night 8:00: p. in.IILTliOD1ST ', a project to help raise monnv r\r.\7JSG .BODY WORK O. C. Car ts Nursery Use for recreation while holdIng -

,: through this week. Attending Bill Tyre at Lackland Air I for the activities of the school; ; Flertrle aD') Acetylene : for Investment. E-Z

i have been Pamela Anthony,; Force Base in Texas. Welding / I Terms.
I CHUBCCMELEOSB for the coning: year. 23 ML Kaft Of Starke On ZER CB furnished

'i Laurie and Leslie ,Beam Marsha -I Mrs. J. B. Rye and son of I Personal S I'! .* '. Radiajcr]' ,Repairs Hivy100 At'FlAnrbome.! t Lake Ilutchinsoo cottage ontfeautiful .

Bores!:!, Debra Cromer, Clintwood, Va. arrived TUesday I Beverly Strickland, who: hi? 2HIK. WRECKER SERVICK'
ET. Kenneth $7,000. Terms.
W. Griffith Business Rwae 684-56S5
,., Charmain Float, Deborah I to spend.a few days with I been visiting her brother-in- Tailored: Seat Covers & TrimS ; .

e' MEMBER P. 0. L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hawes. Diana Hgen. Beth I Mrs- Callie Rye. Paster law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Keystone I i Ues1dienee. flume< C84-5329 Keystone Height. FU. '

*itD1.y bg ? rjt COMMUMUT Jackson, Dorah. and Nancy; Mrs. Lucy Sapp left lion- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. I James Robins. in' Jacksonville j i 473.4165, Nile 473-4109 j I:::;::: 'T-me..: ..and) -': -to 8 ..- m. 473-4818 .J

-- Kingsbury, Joann Kuykendall.)/ day to return to her home In Worship II &. m i has returned home. I j ......
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I ,I weeks .leave.. I TTT'tT VT V T. Y'YYYYYY Y YY Y Y Y YYYYYY ,,I Woman's Day program. !I ]Friday. I ser Hospital.M. THE RIGHT POINT for the BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- J
W. Wilkerson was confined I
Susan is forms analyst for I The public is cordially invited i Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
KEYSTONE I 'NEWS OF '
the Administrative Office at INTEREST 'TO COLORED to a Starke Hospital way you write. Come In and I
j to 'all services. ]Faulkner of Jacksonville were
j .
HIGHLIGHTSFrom '' the Base. I CITIZENS 'OF BRADFORD COUNTY -Mrs. Maurice J. White.Reporter. i {Sunday afternoon guests of several days last week due to 'I select .7." favorite ESTER- GEAPH. Jl
I' S I j wasp stings. He is .back home
Becky, originally of Philadelphia -I (By'Elizabeth Glvens I j I. ]Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Yarborough -1 now and feeling fine. ,. I

AAA A.A.AA AAAAAAAAA4 A A A] is a Petty Officer in I Greater Allen Chapel AME and Mr. and Mrs. Hari Dobbs
L. D I
Mr. and Mrs.
i charge of the Discharge Separation ,, .AAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAALAA&AA AAAAAAALAAAAA&AAAAI church. Rev. L. A. Sampson i old B. Yarborough ani: family.
( Preceding I'age) '-'f .... and members will hold ( of ,Gainesville were visiting Al Gas Genie says: !
I ser I
and Re-enlistment! Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grif- relatives here Sunday after-
'I
him a call at Granite 52637. Office. vices. Sunday school at 9:45: fis and family visited Mr. and I turn to i
no rLGerald
More Personals I Mr; and Mrs., Phillip Knuth F Fr with Miss Fannie Bell Frazier i Mrs. Lonnie Crawford and;, Griffis J. D. Griffis. I

Susan Davis AN. and Becky I left Saturday by train for in charge. Morning service! : (children in Macclenny Sunday. -i Earl,Dobbs and Michael [Budl MODERNLIVING '
11 am. with the senior choir
1 ,
Mason, PN2 ''iwth Waves stationed -:
Jefferson City, Mo., where Dofcbs visitors in Jacksonville -
.- While there they visited i, : were
in charge. The Gospel Choir <
at Memphis Air Station
they will visit their son's f amily Union will be held at Greater ]Mrs. R. L. Griffis in Ed FraUNCOL. -: Saturday afternoon. :I If .
in Tennessee, have been Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. ___ -l.4ir ,
,' % & -. Allen Chapel 3, pjn. Sunday.f I. .i
guests at the home of Su-
.
Knuth and children. This will .t t Everyone is invitedto attend O C That's Our Business
I
fan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A :
: be occasion for the L
a happy
this wonderful Evening
program. O
U It"
Grover
Davis while on a two II, elder Knuths because they I j service at 6 p.m. The _" "If It s Glass' We,JIave VISIT withNATURAL

I \ ; will be meeting one of their Swimming pastor will be in charge of all CALL WRITE or

grandchildren for the first Program Popular services. FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S GASYou

I time. They will be gone just A Missionary program will ,

VITALIS this week,. and will return in I!, be' held Friday night with the GLASS CO. can lead a modern, carefree life today \\hen you have

time for Mr. Knuth to begin t missionaires in ch rge. Speaker (NOT. INC.) Natural Gas doing your work it's so much faster, cleaner -

.' : @ Pre-Planning Period at Key- for the occasion 'will oe and more economical. Switch today youll be glad
J. Mrs. Alma Bacon teacher at j "Formerly Joe; Peters Glass COL"We
KEEPS stone School where he is prin- you
Modern Store Fronts
Green Cove Springs. Everyoneis Design
cipal, on August 19. did.STARKE

YOUR HAIR Vitalrs_ Miss Faye Maxwell of Key- I invited to hear this. wonderful Just lan Us A Pattern For NATURAL GAS

NEAT ALL DAY : stone graduated Friday eve- I speaker. Table Tops

I Greater Bethlehem Freewul 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville,.Fla. Phone FR2-4353 CITY HALL Phone 964-2331

:WITHOUTR.EASE. ning, .Aug 9. from Florida -_ ____ ., __ 0_ Baptist. Rev. L. McKay pastor. ;,,1,1I
... ..- I Southern COllege at Lakeland
-
Sunday School, 9:45: a jn. Fel- I
with a BS degree in elemen- Arts and Crafts Classes11Ii' I
I lowship, 11 ajn. YPCL, 5:30: J JI "
12 oz. 25c OFF tary education. She will teach I pjn. Missionary service, 7:30 I
'
i: second grade at Cocoa this p.m. The pastor opened the ..

Only 1.24 i fall. Attending the commence doors of the church and one AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Ii I ment at Southern were Faye's I new member was received.

mother, Mrs. Rachel Maxwell ri- 1 Monday, Choir No. 1 rehearsal, -

DRUGSTORE I and her uncle and aunt Mr. I, 8 pjn. Tuesday Story Hour, I f -.:.!-',

KOCH'S and Mrs. Paul Tyre of Key- fr:4: 7:30: pjn. Wednesday, Prayer j

i i stone Heights. Meeting 7:30( p.m. Thursday! AUTO SALES SERVICEBEAUTY SCHOOLLearn I GARDEN SUPPLIES MUSIC SUPPLIES I

the churchill, attend .services I
in Peach iJl 'Friday'1 1i I I" I i I
Music
Gridley
.
I MERCURY Complete Beauty Culture I
4 : d i i night, Prayer Band, 7:30.: -I' Men Johnson & Paris, Inc.

AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE 'f"1;:t. _: i ...',n1 f : ., Mrs. Rebecca Allen reporter.I I I FIAT :METCORJ Girls Tnifion- ,Women Budgeted-- Co Inc.

964-2600 =: ... H'. _' ._____'_..". _" ..... ...._."."......__.d... I|(COMET: Complete Line of
r V Y vVYVYUTV'VVYTYYYVYRAIFORD FREE PfACEJlKXTSpecial SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS CENTRAL FLORIDA'S

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Fun At Closing Exercises Authorized Sales-Service-- Brush-Up Courses Complete Music Sfort

i Parts Pianos by Baldwin, Storey a
IDst'tlcldes-Pet
Hairstyling Supplies
DeWitl C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Successful Summer Program I I to :bring a birth certificate'and Trained MechanIc--Oood Central. "Wa Rent Fertilizer Clark, Henry' L Miller'ist"htk -
Spreaders"1
Starke, Fla. Comes To A Clcoe must be six years old on I&ALLAAAAALAAA&L1AALAA.1 College }
I'I 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Organs Baldwin A
Cons
by
S Another enjoyable summer!: or before Dec. 31, 1963. Used Can
RENTAL SERVICES program came to a close last 1[I Legion Notice'A I Mrs. Bell Addison of 'Jack- 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 372-0476 Gibson 1- Gretch Guitar'

Hospital Bed.. Wheel Chairs, Crutches I i week. This marked the end I' dance will be sponsored 1 :' sonville was visiting friends Barkley Motors S76-4105 Gainesville, Fla. Amplifiers
and relatives in Raiford Wednesday
: of its 11th -
year of activities American Legion Post 3141 I I 1004 N. Main

-- 1.y' -- I including enrichment classes. 'I': at Kelly's Nite Limit on Aug.I j I and Thursday. 615 N. :Main GainesvilleB Gainesville Shopping Center
arts and crafts, film strips, library 17. The E. W. Tompkins and V. MATERIALS
;;, Tickets may be purchased I BUILDING INSULATION.ROOFINGAll
i G. Halls returned Wednesday New and UsedPIANOS
I activities and others''' '
:
from any member of the Legion -i,
STARKE that will develop skill in the from Wilson Springs. While.
Auxiliary for
$1 dona-
G Motors Co.
8
i i there they had, as guests Mrs. Roof AmericanInsulation UlTAItSItRU315SIIlZ1
everyday studies. The swimming Ridgway
I,; tion. Music by A. W. Levy ,t|
,
classes, which have been 1: [ I Madeline Walker and daughter MUSICBudget
and His
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Continentals of Lake I
,I CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE
of Niceville, Mr. and Mrs. & RoofingCO. Tern
b organized nine years, ended '; City. Commander Brooks,, Truss Co. ,
successfully Friday, Aug. 9, Paul Carr of Atlanta Ga., Mr. F85HILLMANBales i
f reporter. Wood Trusses! & i
I Lillian1
Music Store
i with 222 present at Lak? House Guest and Mrs. Don Alvarez and .

AUTO REPAIRS Whittemore in Camp Bland- daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. and Service Prefabricated Components! I "Gainesville] Leader"
AUTO
SERVICE Mrs. Ethel McNeil of Grove-
New Roofs
Shinglesor
Size Free Estimates
I Drew Sweat and daughter of Any Since 1933
ing.The land visited last week with I 2001IN.< W. 13th. Rt. 441 GainesvilleTeL
Main
I I Raiford. 1132 So. Built-Up
enrichment 112 S. E. First lnelYn'"
Gardners programwas her sister, Mrs. Vale Dell and I
Earl's GarageALL carried at RJE I |! Friends of Elmer Wallace 372-3961-Collect Call Hoof Cleaning: & Repairs
on High I'II' family. Her visit was enjoyed I' PRONE 876-7513;
sympathize with him in the MOVER
Gulf School on Tuesday and Thurs- I
ServiceEvery
KINDS OF very much by her relatives. ,' Fiberglass Insulation
day of each week. 1 I loss of his mother in Fort
Swimming |
Mechanical Sonic Camp Counselor Returns BUILDING SUPPLIES Blown or Batt Gainesville
AUTO REPAIR WORK i was on Monday, Wednesday, Mrs. Maurice J. White returned White. I Crane Motor Co.
General Repairs Automatic! Mrs. Loca Buckner of Pa- Contractor or Retail
and Friday at the lake. A ;
SUe from the Baptist Youth McCoy Building MayflowerLOCAL
AU Wort Guaranteed Transmissions I pervised'recreation I hokee was the guest ..of her :, DAY or NITE I
program Camp last week held on the I LARK ANGLIA- AND LONG
Phone 3-2964 GULF PRODUCTS Teenage Hop, was held each sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Ca- Supply CenterS PHONE 376-4236
i j campus of Florida Memorial:I
DISTANCE: MOVING
I : son, and her niece. Mrs. ENGLISH FORD
Joyce
I TIRES BATTERIES Tuesday and Thursday night. : I
So. Walnut. SUrkt | College, St. Augustine.Mrs. 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville!
Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke Music provided by Clarence j I I Norman, and children this LTDIBEK Storage And Crating:
White served as one week. MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO BUILDING SUPPLIES Gainesville Phone S76-52Z4
PHONE 9C4-6781 'I Williams. I of the senior counselors to 'I I. llAKDWAiJE I I .
S !
The Staff Prof. Eddie' I Mrs. Bessie pp had as Authorized Sales & Service: : LADIES WEAR
AUTO SERVICE FLORIST i I Thompkins of RJE, Prof. c.1 I youth 9-12 years of age. The i I I Thursday guests her niece and No. Main and 3r4 Boulevard I Security Transfer
camp was inspired by the "Complete Service for AllSlakes'
C. Anderson of Anderson Junior -I family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert PHONE 372-4361

Colonial Florist High, Jessie Moore, Miss messages coming from the j, Newburn of Cocoa. Cherry'sGainesville's & Storage, Inc.
Gilbert S. BrownLnd1rd i S Gainesville
pastor
camp Rev. McKissich,
I' A. B. Anderson, Mrs. E.J: Mrr and Mrs.i Leonard Sapp AGENTS FOR
HAS NEW OWNERSDot of St.
j Augustine. On Friday,
011 Service Station Bagwell, Mgr. Thompkins. and Elizabeth G.I Aug. 9, several youngsters accepted : and children of Jacksonvillewere of their 506 E. University Ave. CEMENT Most Fashionable FOGARTY BROS,
Sunday guests
FRESH FLOWERS Walker are all grateful for I PHONE 372-4343 TRANSFER, Inc.
ATLAS Christ as their personal 1 Address For Ladies
the parents and students for mother and grandmother, Mrs. I
I
MEMBER F. T. D. Savior during morning assembly Local & Lon; Distance 310mrCr.rf1ogStomr&PacJdnr
'I
TIRES BATTERIES the splendid cooperation that Myrtle Sapp and other rela- Gainesville, Fla.DODOED.RT. LINTELS WINDOW SnJ..SSTEPPL DRKSSES-SUITS-COATS

1 Budget Terms Road 8ervIce, Flower Wired World Wide was given. We are looking forward in the college chapel' | tives.The O STONES"If MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES
Starke Phone 964-6291 Camp began for youngsters I Phone 376-2666
I, to a bigger and better I G. B. Reddish family It's Cement We Cast It"
-
Phone 964-7071 'I, program next year. 13-16 years of age Aug. 12 and I I of Jacksonville 'are visiting 1040 So. Main Gainerrillf
LANDSCAPINGWE will terminate at noon Satur. Cement. 105 W. Gainesville
I Pre-planning Soon ;j three weeks with his father University,
407 N. TeZT.ple, Start day. DODGE TRUCKS I NEON SIGNS
SPECIALIZE IN The annual PrePlanningschool i I Raiford Reddish, and other Precast Products

LANDSCAPINGAND bell will ring for Brad. 'j I Parents are asked to prepare : relatives. SaIes-Pa.rts-Service 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville, Jeffcoat

ford County on Monday. Au{.; to send your children to thiS I j Mr. and Mrs. Warren I MATERNITY WEAR
Hurst'sService NURSERY 19. It will sound off for the I i I religious camp next year. It Bloodsworth had as weekend! USED CARS TOO PHONE 372-0955 Neon Signs

Station Private and Commercial I. teachers of Dist. with a district can mean the positive spirit.. j guests their son and his f am- !Poole-Gable Motors NEON PLASTIC PAINTED

Property I meeting in Jasper. All I ual turning point in your? fly, Mr. and Mrs. Francis I Nan's Neon Designing .'Neon Repair
Also expert tree removal and I youngster's life and they maybe j Bloodsworth of Sarasota, and CONCRETE PRODUCTS
-SINCLAIRGas teachers will be there.for the I 119)' S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Stork ErectingMaintenance
I Tri CountyDevelopment I meeting instead of meeting. at spiritually awakened to their son, Clifford, and girl Shop 1611 S. Main Gainesvillf
I Oils Lubrication the local schools. i i give God their lives at an ear. friend also of Sarasota. PHONE S73-4S4S Phone S72-OS03
1 Day
INSIST THAT AIL YOUR Special Occasion Dresses To
Goodear Tires & BatteriesROAD Co. The new school term starts : ly age. I :Mrs. Alice Cason and Mrs. Kite 372-8897
CO CRETE.PRODUCTS
I! Tuesday Sept. 3the day af- i j Grand Opening: Joyce Norman had as Sunday Every Day Sportswear

I SERVICE Trimming. I ter Labor Day. All first'graders -| The Teen Town Recreation L, guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert AUTO SALVAGE ARE THE BEST FROM Formals-Long Dresses, 811m OFFICE EQUIPMENT,

706 S. Walnut Slarko OCl-Clll' Your Satisfaction Guaranteed i who are entering school Center will be open to the?I Cason and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards Jim Shorts-Matching Tops I

Lake Butler I1Y 6-4207 for the first time are required I public Friday Aug. 16, at 5 I I Bryan and children of Jack- Building Parker's

'j p jn., under the supervision of j! sonville. Paul's Auto SalvageWe Supply, Inc. BABY GIFTS Gainesville's Most Complete Office
I' I
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Brannen
Mrs. Alma Jenkins. 114 So. JIain Gainesville Equipment & Machine
I Teen Town is located one I, and Alma Jean Brannen of. Buy Wrecked Cars At '726 S. Main-372-4M4 Store.

I block to the left of'East Estel- Lake City were, Friday guests I II I Gainesville, FIa. Complete Office Planning
I of Mr. and Mrs. Warren J I TOP PRICES I I
le
I I I on Grove St. I MEN'S STORE Underwood Products

I!' Free refreshments will be Bloodsworth. I All Makes\ & Models Used ELECTRIC. MOTORS 601 \V. University Ave.
served' I The Hall family attended a ,
between 5 and 6 p.m.I. Gainesville J7-% 5S
( on .Friday. Also Friday night family reunion at Green' Cove. j{i I .,Parts H. M. Chitty & Co.I

conduct i there will be a record hop': Springs Surd y. j I, PAINTS
way to (!Teletype Service.-We will find Electric MotorRepair
Mrs. Harold .
starting at 8-until. Proceeds B. Yarborough i ij i "

routine : from the hop will be,given to:j>I j and children-speht last week!!'! any part for yon.i Co. SINCE 1902Curlee Harper Paint Co.

your. ____ the Band Parents Club onj:i i in Gleenville, Ga. visiting Mrs.|i!I Suits
I Phone 376-4512 OF GAINESVILLE INC. Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts We Stock
business .S uniforms ior our band. j j I I Yarborough's parents, Mr. and WALLPAPERS
% '. Mrs. J. C.. Od m. I.I COMPLETE ELECTRIC 4 Underwear
CHURCH NEWS I I 1301 tain' ARMSTRONG SMITH AND
S. Gainesville -
i
.. ,
I i I Mr. and Mrs. WarrenBloodsworth II t ti *
with us: -: New Bethel Baptist, Rev. A. MOTOR Stacy Adams Nonn- DUTCH BOY PAINTS,
j i I visited Mr. and !'
Busch Shoes.
!
Vinson. pastor. Woman's Day SALES AND ,SERVICE Painter's Supplies
s' Mrs. Johnnie Goodman and!
will be held throughout the I'I ,AUTO TIRES "Distributor ,of Stetson & Mallory Hats. 10 S. W. 7th Street I
family Sunday afteftioon.: :/
day beginning with Sunday;1 I We are sorry to report 'that'i '! New LincolnMotors'' 1 S.E. First SL Gainesville GainesvilleROOFING

.. School at 9:30: a.m. Mrs.ilau- ;i I Mrs. Rosie Dennison. Mrs.,Le1 1 ,FOR THE'.BEST INRECAPPING PHONE 372-8318

o I rice J. White acting Supt.. !;I ila Conner and Mrs. Besstej" I 103 : -
L and"Mrs Ollie Mae Albert, MONUMENTS
Browning are still of the sick
acting secretary. Morning wor-'I lliL .;; Cars Trucks- Tractors The !Helzel Co.
ship at 11 a.m. Miss. Fannie! j FLOOR COVERING S
ROOFING
| Harold B. Yarborough was 1e0I Grade A Cold RubberFactory .
4kl\ Bell Frazier,guest..speaker'"iII. j i on a.,. business trip to Monti-j Gainesville Granite SHEET METALS

be introduced by Mrs. Ruth E. cello and West Palm Beach ; Trained Recapper AIR pOXDITIOXDfO
Holland. At 3 Central Florida Tile
Hesdames &
pjn. Marble VVorksCDIETER1"
last week.Mis. | No Job Too Large Or Too Sit&U

-' : ,' Ceo 1 a Henderson, Juanita t:1 Mary Freeman return } English Tire & & Marble Co. ?02 S. E. 4th St GalnrjTfll
Holland. !
At 3 Mesdames MONUMENTS
pjn. i II ed Sunday after a week's vIsit! CARPETS BLee' PHONE 37M401
will present a panel discussion with her : & )1ARKJK8Lettering
J brother and sister- I
Recapping Monarch, Loomwaave,
on."Adults Spiritual R.:! in-law, Mr. and Mrs., Fred Downs & CleaningDome.rt1c PHOTO SHOP

sponsibility to Youth." Mem-' Jones. in Lake City. I fc Industrial! Marble'
\tan
Room Size-Wall to
1111 S. Main
Street
bers of the panel will be pre-1{ .L.B. Wade and-son Olena ': Installation & Granite Fuller's Foto, Inc.

, BANKING BY MAILAsk sented by !Irs. Bernice Mor- visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl
ris. ': Gainesville 372-2197 Armstrong! and Kentfle Coffee Tables Counters Central Florida's Finest
At 5 pm. Women's Mission Dobbs Saturday. j
meeting will be heM Mrs. We Floor Coverings Fireplace Selection of
extend
wel-r
j a cordial
for free forms and i it)! OF New & Used Cameras
us try I CQSIPLETE LINES
Marion Dell, president. BTU: 2135
come to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon J Automatic S. E. 4th St.
5:30.: Mrs. Marie Thomas,! Rhoden .and children to Raiford. I,, TransmissionsONE TILES MARBLE Gainesville 576-4151 Photographic Equipment &

president m charge Evening, Mr." Rhoden is filling the '! 1540 Waldo Rd. GM11 376-6406 Supplies

"' worship 7 pjn. Rev. Essie Holland vacancy left by L. B. Wade. DAY SERVICEALL Blant & White FinishingIn
suest minister will de-, Before Noon-Out at 5
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall 3IotoreyclesSeootersStreit's
Mrs. I. C. Jelson will introduce' and children of Starke were. 1IAKES-REPAIR FARM & INDUSTRIAL I II ;619 W. University- GainesvilleTYPEWRITERS

: FLORIDA, liver: the .evening message. Monday guests of the E.: W. AND EXCHANGE '.
her. '
i: Tompkins-and, V. G. Halls. :i I

All group captains are ask- L. J. Mikell Jr. of Lake City I\ Gator Automatic I Central Tractor Co. .Bicycle Shop!Hancock Typewriter

1JiEjJIJ: : : : ; -I ed to make their financial reports visited the Earl Dobbs family I FGRD TRACTORS Cushman & Vrspa Scooters '

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S after the 3 pjn.'programto Saturday. .. I I1 Transmission Service I Ford Farming Implemeats Ducat BA-Zundspp Exchange

Mesdames'MariOl Dell and I 'Mrs. Marion Sapp of Lake Agricultural. Industrial !Motorcycle*-Sales & Service

! One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group Lena Timmons, financlaTcohi-: Butler was a Sunday dinner: INC, r:: ._ Complete Service &farts Dept SCJflVlNX BICYCLES JOHN HANCOCKVictor
B. C. Allen
mittee. All members are askedto guest,of Mrs. Bessie Sapp. ; Locksmith Work CUry
r Good Used & Safe
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. meet your financial obliga- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs':19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) 4488 Equipment ******,i Mh W i ( Regna-:-Sale* .A Smfc
t N. W. 6th. Gainesville 6615 W. UahfriTty A\e. 431 N. Main i : Gainesville
tion if possible. Mrs. MauriceJ. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D j j I White 1 Is chairman of the Dobbs while in Gainesville 37C5551TnUnSDAYUG'CST




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I PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THTJRSDAY:AUGUST 15.1963'YYY..Y.Y.Y.Y
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.' YYTTYY.' Robert Taylor, of Black Moun- :

tain, N. C., were weekend visitors -
LAWTEY of Mrs. Joyce Futch. SAVE

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Masseyof I :

Naples were recent visitors < '
Dj Enza Blanchard I
of Mr. Massey's parents, Rev. Choice Suns/oli'd.

AA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA., and Mrs. A. E. Massey. and't Center

other relatives.. i,
NOTICE Slices
Mrs. George Roberts was
There will be no dances or :: Included
visiting relatives in Miami'during
other recreation activities at
the week. '
the Lawtey Recreation Center SMOKED
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. '
for the remainder of August '
Wainwright recently were Mr. I i 3 r A tOtrti x x
Teen-Time will reopen in
and Mrs. Jack Wainwrightand
Sep'tember.Lawtey Recreation children of Waycross. Ga., ,

Board. and. Mrs-Donald: Knight of \V
.Church ActivitiesThe '
Jacksonville. Ii
Methodist WSCS met
;. Mrs. Beulah Revels of Palatka' -
with Mrs. H. C. Kelly on
spent several days here AM
Tuesday of last week. Mrs. \
with Mrs. Mamie Futch and 'Naa.
Orville Bumgarner conducted .,
4
family and other relatives.Mr.
tie service, and all members
Q 5
and Mrs. Ed May are 0
took part in a panel discus- D STOR
visiting relatives in Pikeville,
sion "To tell the truth." Re-

freshments were served by the Ky.
Weekend visitors of Mr and I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
hostess to eight members at- QEC
Mrs. Oscar Carter were his PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 17th
tending.
t brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Grace Methodist: Sunday WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. -COPYRIGHT 1963
and Mrs. Ken Frank of Lakeland -
School. 9:45 ajn- Worship, 11 and Mr. and Mrs. W. W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF
am.1\lYF each Wednesday, 8p.m. DfPARTMlNT OF ,
M. Douglas and daughters of COPELAND BRAUNSCHWEIGER or CHUNK
Rev. Curtis brought a AGRICULTURESHANK '
Miami.Mr. Chuck Roast 491
good message last Sunday, and LB.
and Mrs. Richard Car- 39 o o o II
Rev. Pearcy will be the speaker Bologna LB. ;
ter and Brenda Sue are spend- '
this Sunday Vacation Bible
; ing their vacation in the W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDERSirloin -
School got off to a good start LB.
Monday morning with a good mountains of North Carolina. COPELAND SIL Pickle, Olive Loaf, Liver Ch. HALF

attendance. It will close Fri- Charlie Gaskins of Avon Steal LB.98WD
Park is ,visiting relatives in 2 29* 49 (
'day. this vicinity. Bologna Pkgs. ; 0
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Piist Baptist: Sunday

School. 10 a.m. Worship. 11 a.I Wednesday Mrs. W. of F.last Moore week spent with EXTRA LEAN, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF Whole or Butt HALF lB.491

m. Training Union, 8 p. m. REG. 49* TARNOW SLICED
Mrs. W. H. Edwards in Jack- S 99
,Evening Service, 8 p.m. Prayer sonville.Mr. Ground Beef 5 LB. PKG- 1
Picnic 39SUNNYLAND
Service each Wednesday 8 : PKG. 00
and
Mrs. Fred Pendar-
pjn- YWA and IntermediateGA --, .,. -'- .- .. .. .' -. -.- .
meet on first and third vis. accompanied by Mrs. .. ,
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of Pendarvis' parents, Mr. and 12-oz. I .
Monday each month. Youth ..
Meeting on alternate Satur- Mrs. T. L. Gordon of Bunnell, II II ;.. ....:.. .......'. ..Ii.'.. ..:
days.: 8 p.m. Rev. Drury was are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lovis WienersBOSTON PKG. 39 '

;Personals guest speaker last Sunday. Gordon Recent in visitors Panama of City.Mr. and ; '.a. :*T' .I I,. S'S "%i6:;'.! :. :

Mrs. J. C. Prevatt were Mr. : :
;.: Mrs. J. W. Gaskms and Mrs. BUTTS PORK :!::: :

4oiCarter were in Jackson- and children Mrs.of Buddy Pensacola Brown, Mrs.and,W. c.t<< ............................................................................................................................. ...... .......................::..:..,.:...........:...........,..... ..'111
Jfjii} on business Monday. Roast 39
$ LB. '
E. Harvey of Orlando and Mr. au '
..r-Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Hauler- 00 f"
and Mrs. Sharon of Hampton. ,:
'prtl a'nd Mr. Dobson of Orlan- ;
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mos- 1 1Whiting. .... .
..do visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. DRESSED FISH --=-- '::..- ':': :, '
'
ley and children of Jacksonville -= "'
during the week. --v.vim.. \ .
2ftafuse; \ spent Sunday with Mrs. a -
.c Raymond Wilkerson, son of Mosley's mother, Mrs. Lula LB. 15t II II SUNDAYS
Mr.' and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson, .
o I
Norman. Patricia remained to
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"who has recently enlisted in 1 '
the Marines and is stationedat spend grandmother the week with her Pinebreeze Gr. 'A7 Med. Fla.fresh 1 All Flavors Superbrand :BONANZA

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Parris Island, writes that 1

he is getting on fine. I YTTTTTTTT1T.YTTTT.TT.BROOKER. MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Salisbury 1

Wayne Massey has completed -!: 1 1 NOW IN PROGRESS ofr WINN-DIXIE .

a refresher curse with the Dinners 2 FOR 89I EGGS 1 1 Ire CREAM a

National Guard at Fort Stew-I 1 1 SAVE 42/34 ACH- .*. lIBBY'SLuncheonME
art, Ga. Mrs. Wayne Massey 'i 1 l2-or

and Mrs. A. E. Massey went I By Shirley Green I 1 r3.,: 'i$1. '.;

up and he returned with them Phone 2281AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI $ 1i .

Neil Phillips has. finish I' d'( r f 11 z. 1 1 SAVE 6* EACH :LfBBY'S .r .ti. ..

his two weeks training with I'I 59 Extra##"Green Stamps HALF
Ii
the National Guard at Fort Doz.
i Natalie and: Arthur Quicks- Tomato icet4$1. :
J
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 1I GAL. ni
Stewart and is at home with J i all underwent surgery i n I i + t .
his family. Bradford County Hospital in I I I ONE PKG. OF 4 FROZEN 1 1 "

We regret to learn that Mrs. Starke last week. s Jessie Jewel! Pot Pies 1I :
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H. C. Harley is in Bradford I < {I It.
Mrs. J. P. Baxter and Mrs. I 17TH 1 "" .' '
|I GOOD THRU AUGUST <
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County. Hospital for treatment i' T. W. Markey visited Mrs. Ella AT ANY WIN N-DIXIE .'. .....- -....'- .--- __ _.._ '_ --C'!! n _._. _, _.... .__ ._._ ift: "l' (.1:. u" ....__."""",". _"' .......>'fi1..f(1W; \
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Her. friends )hope: Lewis in Graham Sunday 71 j
will soon recover and be at afternoon.Mr. t ? c y5t".r.

home again. and Mrs. John Crews t
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner
f and family of Bell and Mr. ;
attended the 50th anniversaryof and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and I SAVE W2t EACH THRIFTY MAID

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New Port. Inc. in Pensacola][ family of Gainesvile were *****) jAja MaaJmm f
1, I II -* 'Me/ N r
Sat 1'day. A special feature visiting the J. H. Sullicans 50 Extra : Green Stamps

TV as' the recognition of em- I Sunday. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Apple Sauce 303 CAN, 1O.

ployes and shippers includingMr I I Miss Nancy Green of Jack.I CHUNTWI PKGS. FROZEN &5s
Turner, who had been CHICKEN OR
sonville is this i
spending weeK SHRIMP CHOW MEIN OR "
connected. with the firm for i I with her grandparents, Mr. I sS GOOD BEEF THRU CHOP AUGUST SUEY 17TH S5gj'SO SAVE 5* EACH SHOWBOAT Limit .4 with $5.00 food order. ss r rIf
25 to 30 years. A pin commemorating I
!! and: Mrs. Dave Green.
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the occasion was Mrs. T. W. Markey and + 72 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE If

presented to each one. Visitors : Mrs. Mary Green visited Mr. I Ii f I I ,It ; :Wr, Pork & Beans 300 CAN 5,
wera taken on a tour of the and Mrs. R. K. Dukes in Lake i i

different departments. Whilein Butler afternoon.Mr. .
Sunday c
pcnsacola the Turners visited and Mrs. Art Quicksall d d FLORIDA GOLDEN BANTAM. ,
her sister, Mrs. J, C. 'and children enjoyed the SAVE 1 10* EACH DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise F I

Hughes and family, and his weekend at St. Augustine Extra
sister, Mrs. Moree Patterson Beach. They were guests of 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF cONE I CORN
and children. They also visit- the Marineland Lodge: and FROZEN SOUTHERN QUART 39? Fancy I

ed 'their. son-in-law and daughter -, Motel. -. Coconut Cake Sag'SO I

Mr. and Mrs. Cushing, in Miscellaneous Shower
GOOD THRU AUGUST 17TH
Tallahassee.Mrs. I Mrs. T. W. Markey gave a SAVE 6t EACH TISSUE Limit 2 twin packs with $5.00 order.
T. D. Pound and miscellaneous shower in hon- AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

daughter of Mandarin are | or of Mrs. Terrel Green Satur- 13 1 I'' !, I s P'r.I>h, I,It II I l v l ar,1 l u rd. I

spending the week with her day night, Aug. 3. at her Soft..Weve 2 ROLL PKG. 19? 1OE0r540FRESH Ii

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul I home. Relatives of the bride I,
Walters. and groom were invited to i
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Mas-I attend.
Extra WC Green Stamps'WITH SAVE 11* EACH POLY-UNSATURATED t
sey and Susan are visiting his I The dining table was over- I

brother. Daniel Massey and laid with a white linen cut- I THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SWEET, JUICY t

family in Naples. work cloth. Miniature whit3 I .
Two PKGS. FROZEN GOLD KING
I i Wesson Oil 28
Mrs. Hester Hicks visited mums encircled the punch I Onion Rings 24-oz. BOTTLE ; NectarinesCelery LBs.49, t
her brother Dan Parish and I bowl with crystal candle holders j

family in Maxville during the at each end. GOOD THRU AUGUST 17TH

week. I A bouquet of miniature AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 10* EACH DIXIE DARLINGRaisin FRESH, CRISP (

Mrs. Milo Smith took Marie,! pink roses were placed on the 74 I t!I rl r a r 1 r t r JUM&0sTatlu

Mary, Margaret, Martha, and ji bride's table. Miss Brenda 2. FOR 391 I

John to the zoo in Jacksonville Green was in charge of registration Bread 16-oz. LOAF 19i,4 .

Sunday. The children I and Miss Barbara &lffl;
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had a grand time. i Green of Starke assisted in

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford entertaining the guests. 50 Extra fctf Green Siam ps' i

and children visited Mrs. Shu- I' Out of town guests were WITH.THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF \ ., tF' t
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ford's father, Sam Hicks, in Mrs. Carl Motes and Mrs. G. i "r"...-. '"' "'< .t., ". r.. I
ONE!:40-oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH < "" -
Jacksonville Sunday. I E. McGauley of Palatka and __ d'" -, ; /;:) ..y'
2 ;/
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Mr. and Mrs. Wailen Sappof Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke. Peanut Butter 1i .;.. A--< : ......, .- r.z,%: f r. I
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Jacksonville spent Sunday I Mrs. Eva Harrell and Mrs. GOOD THRU AUGUST 17TH 4//.. "-.'./ '" .',' I'ft.4 ."".'i"".""' >"J, '" ; 'rE. '-;<,[, ;.J o. .. :I.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C.! Iva Douglas assisted Mrs. ATANf WINN-DIXIE ( :/ 111&... 4 ;
with a '
75 &, ...... ....,fa. .
Pearce.. Markey trrr GREEN I I ... $t; I' I
Ralph Futch and a friend. STAMP .1.1. ., : .tf IiY f
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r 'r ,l r r r ur+i ,f : d f;: --....... ; .t t

FULLSTRENGTHBLEW 50 Extra*W."Green Stamps Astor Coffee vi i 1 I

I WITH ONE THIS 4-oi.COUPON CAN AND FISCHER'S PURCHASE OF S;; I I Detergent j


i Black Pepper .

GOOD THRU AUGUST I7TH .'.: MB. CAN .1 GIANT BOX, >.

I AT ANY X ,J.I
WINN-DIXIE '
KILLS GEFK.-TOO! 76 1 SAVE 10MAXWELL* SAVE" 1II 1 t JF'


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c HOUSE. SAVE 10< *' SAVE' 21 H. Detergent Tablets


; JBleach SO Extra#tf Green Stamps' 6j= = Coffee Gw 59; f! 1"g",.. Salvo GIANT. 58, f: 1:(

WITH
I in THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ; .

I ONE 15-CT. PKG. GILLETTE Limit one with $5.00 cr Limit one with 5.00 or ; .

LMUM dirt,MMea Ctean sickroom uA,battroora eIwehretw.MIuwwww ,UtefcWL I: Super Blue Blades! t' :. more food order. A p more food order. ..yjt' < '' ;. /'\.- '
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