Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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\.. .j': %: ;.;:. Construction on 'ft $143,- .on the .carl R1t h' porperty-' on Brooker Gas Plant 1'
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''''.' 440.00 extension and remodeling North Thompson Street. This I i

-----: ,. project at the Starke post property, which will be clear- - -

I Sherrie Lopez ',41, is shown, on the; floor of Walker's Clay County Deputy Sheriff A. T. Dasher is shown office Is expected' to ,start .ii. ed, is the present I location of The
light 'flashed for
a proposed $7,000,000
Service pointing to bullet 10 days or two weeks, accord Mr.: Hitch's home,
Station .in Keystone Heights a. few minutes after a pole through a glass showcase in Walkproxlmately and plumb- hydrocarbons
plant nearBrooker when the Federal '
' 'ei's Seri-lce trig to 'Ernest' TriesTof Triest ing shop.,
Station in '
! fataIJ j shot herself .m, the head las.Thursday at apJand, employee' q1 the station Keystone..4ccoediag, suicide victim t 0.Sherrie. 0 Strickahe Constructl6hCo.-! ;' ; the' SuCC Ei- Tries[ 'said yesterday that Power Commission ,last'.week. authorized Houston

Lopez ful biader. Texas Gas and Oil St. t
Corporation .of
Petersburg to
8:40 his contract
pjn.. fired her pistol through the lass'case to test with the aovenment .
( it
, after the Included in the work sill contained, a clause tact .." rl expand its pipeline system in Florida.
gun had misfired once when ,she put it to her head and
a large new.workroomi: enlarged Houston Texas
, was not to. Interfere with engineers
I Dulled the. .
-, -- ---"' '''--. .box lobby, vault, new the Ritch .property for a, previously said ,that the company to ,produce 285,000,000 galls u .

J. O. Strickland vwiaEyeWitness .. .: -' o4lces.for.'poslmasteraid... assistant period of 90 days from date would tie ready to break of LP [bottled gas annual )
Memory : '
120 BusiisesPledge ly-enough to supply all needs
postmaster new matting of ,the contract. August, 10.i r ground on theT Brooker. plant I

platform,, and n/w> r hanging Ritch .refused the govern? jment'soffer j r-. about 90 days after final JTC within a 50-mile radius, in .

type lookout gallery; new for the site, .and approval. of its application.Present eluding thecity of Jacksonville 1

r. Support Tells driveway'on south side' of the the: property win be condemned vU'- plans/ are 'to have the ;

} StoryOf property, running through ,in .Federal'Court.. plant 'in operation about July Other hydrocarbons possible

from Walnut St. to Tho p- I, 1962. to extract, from natural .
Triest said he could ,
r To Home Trade son S.t., large paved parkingarea go aieadWith Last week's Fro action authorized gas are. methane, -isobutane,
the main
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; removal: of existing work fix Y Houston Texas of St isopentane, normal pentane,
since the Ritch :
Keystone Shooting i structures on newly acquired property is needed only 'or Petersburg, and Coastal Trans- and hexane. When extracted ;

More than 20, businesses ... properly; existing -.buildingaltera't1ons' parking lot and driveway,pur- J. mission Corporation of Houston they would be sold to lau'e

have pledged support1 a :long I including demolition ] <. Texas to expand their pipeline industrial users. J

.. **nge-. program, to impress up Lots of strangers stop 'ut by her own hand. in her hand.. I reached back new partitions, doers, poses. I systems at an estimatedcost Houston Texas officials *ay 1.

on ''the community the' importance Walker's, Service Station in This Is Strickland's account and grabbed the two kids ind openings, screenline I revision, T parking lot may. be entered -, of '$23,401,000 to provide the .new plant will open a )

of trading at home. Keystone'Heights during a of the terrifying fsw I we hit the floor. The little and new composition roof; from Thompson Street' 4.. 1z additional natural gas serviceto tremendous new' field for industrial

1Q'the same time hot summer,weekend. Some of minutes that followed, in I girl kept trying to get UD. exterior and interior painting nf-'- Walnut' ---_., stmt'-'with.---"--'!. ..-- *- "-*5.- I consumers in Florida. Both development in ri3 Ida -
Jhe mx.chants"discussed foot '
other them want gas, some want a which Sherie Lopez, 41, rf ."The man was on the floor of existing building and ex- driveway: runnjng Randall[ Chitty I companies are subsidiaries of .providing: the necessary t

of stimulating business means in -cold drink or a pack of cigarettes Jacksonville, shot and'seriously and kept repeating, 'Don't t o tenson; air conditioning, through from street to street I II the I Houston Corporation of hydrocarbons which have thus

downtown 'area, the and some merely wantto wounded a Jacksonvilleman that, don't do that. She [Miss plumbing, heating, electrical along the south boundary of .Houston, Texas. far been unavailable due to

l weekend events .to' help including attract ask directions to the near- Gail Jernigan, 48, and I Lopez took the pistol I I,I work; and miscellaneous re- the post office property.A ClzittyInRace \. The Brooker plant will be.high cost of bringing them

\- lahop r8'from the est lake, where the fish are then turned the gun on her- could see every move she pairs and alterations.The new loading' platform-,wiD built and operated' by Florida into the state. It is prediced '
surrounding -
"I, trade area;; the biting. self: made, and put it to her head. present front of the be bunt ,on, the east [rear! Hydrocarbons,. Inc:, another, that the new plant will make I
upgrading But as soon as station attendant side of the building, since ,the ]: of this attractive to plastics
I'' .of merchandise and "The car pulled into the "She pulled the trigger building will be extended SO i subsidiary the parent com area

Physical appearance of stores J. O. Strickland raw station, a man got out and once but the gun just snapped feet to the sidewalk, along present platform, on the north !]pany. industries, and also that a ,

r more ,courteous treatment of, a car poll> in about 3:30: o'cl>:k asked one of the boys wherehe and did not fire. He was Jefferson St.,. and the new side, will, be incorporated into for I Under last week's authorization refinery might ,be establishedat

customers and' a possible last Thursday afternon, a man could find a policeman. still screaming 'Don't do .that.* addition will run back to a the new work room. MayorI Houston Texas will build a later date to process the

\t to City Council for request hurriedly get out, leaving l his Ray Chance [Keystone Cvil; ''IShe' then held the pistol depth of 97 feet.' The new office for the postmaster Randal P. :I r:about 235 miles of sales lateral natural gasoline that will be

Saturday afterhon a woman companion, and come Defense director] was outsideso down arid fired, the bullet I The new parking area, 'w11 be located in teenormwest ,Ohitty, former ]lines, and 30,000 horsepower in extracted.Bid .
moratoriumon .. City Councilman
into the station, asking for a which will be 82.81 LLL' Un qualified compressor capacity at estimated proposals are being reviewed -
parking meters: 1 called him. went through the showcase feet; by corner 01 me new Wednesday an
, These and other policeman, Strickland figured "The man Jernigan] told that we were lying behind. I 72.31 feet will be:constructed. addition. The enlarged box tion to morning for elec- : cost of $16,126,000. in Houston for tile
stimulating efforts trade-' something was wrong. Chance he thought the lady think she was testing the ,-,' 1 ._..........,... area will extend across the the : of Mayor in I Coastal will construct 71 milesof engineering and constructionof
I """ !=:"'\t. forthcoming City Election
cussed at were, d's- And he was right.: had a, pistol and that he pistol.! That shot ,came back frontof the lobby, taking in I ISeptember. supply laterals and 12,500 the Brooker plant. It is cxpetted
I a well atteMed and A' few' minutes later the the ; 12. compressor horsepower its that financing arrangements
space now'used for service on
enthusiastic wanted someone to search her, by us but missed by two or .
merchants' fam, man' would Me wounded, not the car, and her luggage.: three feet. It came closest to ,windows.The service area : employee of J system, at.an estimated cost.of for the project
) fly night'supper held last Fri- mortally, from a' pistol'' shot, j I z cws the D Pont Company, Chitty 7275000. October.
: Chance asked Jernigan if he the little girl will be moved to the south end The expansion will will be completed by
I day in the: American' Legion' and the woman would '.e of the has been" active' in local i increase i! Houston Texas' -
lobby in the now maximum -
f would sign a complaint, then "She put the pistol back to 3
Hall.Charles dead killed by a bullet firedSafeCracking occupied by the politics:forsever. l years, having J .day deliveries into Florida
left to find Cap Ross, IW. B. her postmaswr'soffice. '
head and the tr'c- '
Sawyer I II Y[ tie served on the:council for by 93 Contest
chairmanof II 4 million cubic feet .of Mayor
I Ross the
city policemun,
a special : ger" again and that'was it.: two .terms one' of them
committee named *s natural gas, from its
when the said
man yes. The thing went off that time.
by the Chamber,of council chairman. II:278 million to 371
Commerce million cubic
to-'e edite' the. "Jernigan, talking to me, She sank slowly down, sitting V q He 'is a member of the First: feet.
program, explained .: 1,100 Teachers : Onftstal'a ranapUv: will Via Adds Spice To
then said again he thought straight up for a few,secomls, "
l the general objectives .. Baptist Church, Is active in h; ;ibY 97,484,000 cubic
? the lady had a pistol, that ,
then backwards.. -
and ,
I of Diher. x\ttW ."'. the. Starke" Jaycees. currently feet from its
1tJ.e. lQ'oSti' r< ;, sheidbeenthreatening *-liter "> ." 51 ... **- CiUii.2* present: ; 273,506-
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mitt 'members who spoke in with it. HeN yelled out !Ine tfSfflo] 'her"dud"kicked ;s 10 MeefnereFor cret5art: 1S"Malor'In' "OOtf capacity V 7i iOOOtOOQ4caj :4ftJJ. El Jjgj f
l :
the aside. Ross
behalf of the plan were. C.. H. pistol Cap I'4 the' Florida National bic feet. I
, ', door to her that a policeman "_' .JI' .. I
: came in and got the man. He '!f3, Guard. He'is also 'part 'owner I
and Carl
Naswprthy Stanch.i s; It has been estimated that
find .
was coming and that he'd
I' I, walked him to the,, docto.-'s '. of a local appliance and ma "
i All attending the i the pistol and she'd: be in office" \ Conference rine'store.! around $1,000,000 I will be : Spice was added to a so far
j ,.
I meeting were requested todiscuss '& 1 trouble. i IWtf rt spent in construction payroHs hum-drum city election when
Clay County Sheriff J. P. -., .:-."- :' In announcing for office: incumbent W. tBJlly
with their employees "She Sherie[ Lopez leaned -'" """ ? .at the plant;while the 'annual Mayor -
the importance Ji Hall said Jernigan was not P ..,.,. .:(", L Mayor W. T. 'Chitty' said: "I shall actively i after ) Jackson drew opposition in
spending out the car and said, 'I ; :; Jackson will seeF: payroll, it is in operation
their payroll dollars with hometown told you over and over I don't wounded too seriously. Takento .""".p.--p: .,-.-, 'i' welcome approximately I.ICOhigh support for this office should run. from $50.000 to his bid' for re-election from
the Univeraity.Medical: Center "" t' ,. ,, ..' i1r' during the next few' weeks, .
merchants. Doing his have a pistol.' At the same '.'! ,) > ,",."., i school and'elementay' $200,900'It is estimated that Randal Chitty. former City
h &halrv1sit tie
would, mean, that local stores time she was fumbling in a in Gainesville he was listed : grade educators to Starke voters as many of at least ;vice that much,w Ube Councilman_ ,. ,T .-,. ."

would prosper; more Jobs x % _, s.u at weekend: case ia the back, nf In critical condition, ine Kathleen Conway Monday morning for the annual allow. in Starke as time will paid annually ,to, transportation Chitty paidhis qualifying

, would be available and higher __ 'Ii the car. He yelled the same first day but was shortly Area 4 meeting the workers who will beemployed1 fees Wednesday morning i .

, wages, could be paid, thus Ixt thing out the door twice m re."The' placed en the "satisfactory" Florida Crown Florida. ,Education 'Assoctat Jn. added"I want to do this he' in:the.area after the Chltty's 'entrance into the:
; "in order to
a list He wa.shot.once'Jn. the gain a '
race after incumbent
benefitting : came
the employees it last time he said it The eightcounty group will plant is in operation.
r complete understanding of the
right side. -
was S said. she,replied 'Why do you U.l- -- Beauty EntryMiss hear reports from FEA President I- manner in which'-the citizensof The output of the liquid .Councilman Wayne Douglas
Each barrass me every place;we go?' The Lopez woman lived a 'Gerald plant reconsidered, after paying his
cooperating business P., IShorty] Wil Starke believe the affars! hydrocarbons .extraction
I will "She got out of the car and I short time, about 15 minutes, I tank qualifying fee in the mayor's
display a window sticker son. Chairman, Classroom of the mayor's office should will require much truck- :
after herself Kathleen Conway; i race, and bowed out with a
fatally wounding ,
urging the public to "Play was crying a little. As she Teachers Department of t1ercan ing, and seagoing tankers will
Pair =; Try Starke' came in the station, two kds but never regained conscious daughter of Rev: air Mra.Lacy' : .s ,___ ---.,'.......__.__ __ -" be conducted- arid to disduss also lengthy statement printu
Stores BUS Ai37 ajiectejr, .ana with' the voters some Ideas be used to transport theplant's"
, i of Starke will elsewhere in this issue of The
She lived at 2206 Long- Conway
First came in the other door and ness. Henderson
Ed, executiveec- which I have about products:! A raltrosidspur
t the responsibilities -
wood Road in Jacksonville aud be Bradford County's entry Telegraph.
Sawyer said that regular wanted, to buy a starter rope retary of the, IEA, Teachers of this office.: linejarlll. built into toe I
an accountant for South- : in the-Queen of the Florida t. With next Tuesday noon
for outboard motor. was .
l meetings would be an from Columbia. Dude Guchrist plant Iii which adjoins the
bed to concluding his statement,I
Bakeries Crown Pageant to be set as the deadline for quailying -
em Company.
keep merchants informed "I took them to the rea of 'Hamilton, :Lafayette chittY sonic I present compressor station'northwest I II
as said that of }his '
Funeral services held held at Jacksonville Beach candidates, a contest
the station where the Is were '
to progress' and new develop rope Suwannee, ..and Union as wellBradfont"C ideas cOncerning.the responsibilities of Brooker.
I Tuesday In Green Cove Saturday Aug. 26. I 'I for councilman in Group 5
' and we stayed few '
kept a as
ments In the r UIity will gather '
: of the office center r Although there are at le
minutes for the kids, to makeup Springs- She shot herself in The beauty contest isscheduled was assured, with J. L. SUcox,
to hear heir
campaign. report. around!
ting ; their minds ab ut'the the right temple. at 3 p. m., with the : professional traInIng nine hydrocarbons that can local constable, opposing in.
\ Two members.of the State and Qualification for members: s extracted from natural gas,
and Queen's Ball to beheld cumbent Council Chairman J.
I finals
Jernigan operates service
Legion Meeting I \!: : '.' rope. a at 8 m. All events are Department.of Education will of the*police department, closecooperattoh present, plans: tare to "crank"! : D. Doyle.' Eilcox qualified
I ,. "The only conversation I station at Itfl Main Street p., '
also,be present the meeting of the mayor only three- propane, butane,
heard from them during that in Jacksonville. Sheriff Hall free to the; public. .t some time ago and Doyl paid
Set For Tuesday to assist teachers In retirement ,'office'with the t''Commission a i and natural gasolinewhen caudi
his qualifying fee as a ,
Florida Crown Council
time was when she said said .there, was no inquest In The I' I'
t"I and certification prp- Impartial enforcement ; the llU1t first starts; op-
t the shooting. I Chamber of Commerce meeting date for re-election week.
'Let's out of here, .
I Albert Lee Crosby, Service get .everybody's will be held the grams. They are Kt D. or'city ordinances,i erating. Eventually, ethane Neither Councilman Ruby
I preceding
staling.at me'First *
A"Officer, for Bradford County Ironically. Clay County. beauty contest. [Kermit] Farris, director and 'discharge of the" dutiesof : may'also be extracted which Johns [Group 4] or City Cie.t

will present,a program on he No Cinch't Shot Fired Deputy Sheriff L. A. Banns The Florida, Crown is the .: State ,Teachers ,Retiremei.t the Mayor's Court in a lair h 11''I I could lead 'to the establ&i-! Merrill Edwards has drawn
"Shortly after that maybe in Keystone Heights last System and M. M. [Mitch] i of "chemical indusf -
services available: to veterans I I new name far'l 15 counties. jh and reasonable, yet firm,manner menu a I opposition in their bids for
t 30 seconds, we started up Thursday on business, was the Northeastern section of : Ferguson ,director-coordinator f tries'complex" in the area, according ,i re-election.

through national service programs safecracking Job was front and that's. when.. I. heard right outside the Man Florida. of Certification Services. Chitty is married to the former :' to Houston 'Texas 'engineers j The race for Chief of PolIce
American the first shot. I talking to friends. But he did
Legion looked around
at the .
\ t certainly no secret. It was Convening at 8:30 'Mondaymorninfr. Joan Tenly and t1i I is still a no-man's-land: with
Hall Tuesday, Aug. 22, at 8 done smack in the, middle of and saw the man. [Jernigan not know about the argument In BHS, Auditorium h.vn. non win. Randal Jr. e9I i The.Dlant. will be designed incumbentChief Riley Sweat
s.p. f all:nsr AM her with thin ntttftl in progress inside, __ the'station._ _._.__.. BHS Janitor "' A '__ ,__ _..u___ _...
-- -- no
m.f Call Street in broad daylightlast -- -- r -- uic ffictruzis win ttujviuru Ufr" : critically ill,in<> -a local hos

"t. -'- ." j Wednesday. i 12:30 p. m.. Teachers will be Ii" pital. No one has sa far..quail
.1'.1'I ,
The safe belongs to the Town Loading Zones Established Protests Firing served lunch,In the,BHS cafeteria fied in :this:raee. '

:I Finance Company. 144 West f .,: 3 Ij Clerk' Edwards remind

:Call, Street No money was J. W.,, McGee "ay eared before The, educators will first j: voters that registration books

,. WELCOME'. ,, kept in it since it is so old Uu t City Water Taste Odor laid a recent melting of the consider; Florida Education close at '12' noon Saturday,

no one knew the combination School Board to'protest the Association business and then Aug.' 25. New registrants or:
i 4 TEACHERS! ,according. to C. E. Zipperer, termination of his employment: meet in separate groups, according f. $'Iof p ; -._. : persons whose names nave

! 'employee of the finance com- To Hydrogen Sulfide Iron as a J janitor 'fit Bradford to the subjects they 11 My t been removed from the books

FEA AREA 4 pany. The safe, became 'locked -!i County High School teach. I, because they did not vote hi-

MEETING\ accidentally and had to be I Mr. McGee ,;S.Id, thai he Area President Elden W. the last two elections, have

opened to get at papers storedin Engineers Tuesday night : stalled primarily'in 'the Sara had been employed as a Mathews of Starke will presideover I i until then to qualify to vote

BHSt it, he said. The safe had gave the Starke City Councila toga Heights area are tenta janitqr at the school 'for ,the the 'general meeting.. I.! yv r .ye..n on Sept. 12.

.., : been used to store papers for tentative answer to the .t1vey' believed to be contributing past three years, and restored I In, addition .to electing a

I -'MON; AUG. 21 I, four years, he also said and cause of the bad taste and to'the discoloration and being released., He said.,thatwhite Audit Finds i'' mayor, city clerk, chief of

.L.- 'itWe Salute nothing like this I ever happened. odor In city water, :but said! I stains left by the water Bee Janitors were'bemg'Te-- .- I y } police and two Councilmen,

: : more time and tests are need sent said. He also said t.ha.t'Street leased and their: places fined C Of C, Books i!: voters will also deckle' time

.__.;1&ii',.Teachers A safe company In Jackson- ed before'' a definite so ntioncan' Superintendent S. R. "by ,Negroes." In Good Condition r question of whether terms for

:t'!;."", -;' I Wilt wanted $100 to pick the be given. Hicks told him the.:pipes in Supt .. P. !Morgan told elective office in the city

lock on the old safe, Zipperersaid Earl Bessent, a member ,of the Saratoga area are not, the board that in some, cases 1:;! a e t should be extended from two
H. L. Morgan Jr. hasJust
: so he called in Woodrow the city's engineering firm cement lined. The lines rrayalso in the larger schools Then' a years to four years

, '''it Et.f...-. ,. Griff, (shown above trying to Reynolds, Smith and Hills of be of poor quality originally white Janitor resigned Negrowomen' books completed of the an fiord audit of Cle'li I'' BHS Band Sets

pry the door open) a mechanic c Jacksonville, told the council, ;, Bessent said. were,'employed to do County Chamber of Commercefor ;1

:, THIS t't 'Space Contributed employed by ,Libby ales and "We,want to look further into It Is also possible that :r1the, sweeping' and mopping because the period November 1959 Pint Rehearsal

.... -i, Service. your system, we Just reported fur and Iron bacteria growth, "it.saves. money with j
to 1911.He
July reported that
Weekly, ] to Publicize Griffis \\'Orked'af.. ""cracking tonIght to let you know we're' may ''the primary cause 'of, no loss in efficiency.' the books were "m good or- Next WednesdayThe
y not
standing still"According { tests complaints, the engineer Mofcaxi.ttid that in Mc-
the old safe for I
Community Events about three to tests der.Rabiei'. BHS Band will hold Its
by hours before he by said. Chlorine in present d os-'Gee' easier 'however, there - -
..rH JThe.Community finally got it his firm Bessent said,,hydro age would first rehearsal of the new
tithe safe total loss kin this growth in. were other .matters to be .resolved Hair Gets .
open a : Thinner
and him gen sulfide and iron are time he said, but the bacteriaIs and hd would have to Clinic season at 8 a, m. Wednesday,

heat. worn out from the present In the city's water probably absorbing it all.at.. get. & penmm! ..frndft-t1on| of the LikeBnnr V*: Aug. 23. in the band hall E.

supply In amounts sufficient present. 'A;ra.b1ea. clinic win beheld ; s : { W.. Mathewsdirector, announced .

tatC B \, "ThoughtI'd t try a better to cause bad taste and 'odor.He Supt. Hicks said that since'thVnew BHS principal before being bj>'-local.healthauthorities 11-: .. WUfe, Dof LDay' temperatore. soaring* to 95 degrees or bet- ;yesterday.

..., t profession,'one'with'more money also said result*'o/-"> tests' '122.000 city well has: rehired. He said thAt the board this Saturday morning from tar, J &ktnlck JImmie .Newmaa beggar shedding'everything r '< Rehearsals will be held eadi

..A.t in 'it, and more time too," made by the State Board cf been used the sulfur dosage: should abide by the retain 10:30 until 12 at RJE High h* could hiding, ids hair ia aa effort to keep cooL 1 day until school starts, fr lID

, ,. ''' '-'' L'._, quipped'while tolling! away.]1 Health are not yet available. has been Increased by 10Cestinssd I Jnedat1on of the principal: in School in Reno. Amatear barber 8 7 Thomas was more than glad to give 8:3C until 10 a. m. All band
He charged f 12 for the job.
Cast .iron water mains-rn- [ Os th& members are requested to re.
Pace Ski
matter. ,
\ Slots .wfll cost'tL'l5,e&Gh. Jlab.trtm'Yat. Bryaacr look.
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THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1961 -1

.. NOTICE 1$ ,$ $ $ $ $ $
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining

returned Monday after a .. Evergreen Baptist Church I WE LOAN :MONEY TO :

JQeb"T week's visit in Atlanta with fi...;. :." ..C}.'. invites you to attend our Revival CONSOLIDATE BILLS

her sister Mrs. Louise Yancey ... a- 'i:ii; -,' '. .> Services, gospel preaching I And Make Florida

Jr. Friday $hey all 'went to '{ ;; and singing, beginning HOME IMPROVEMENTSPhone .,

Cherokee,'N.. C./for' the week- : ; t; Monday, Aug. 28, at ,730 p. 969-1631

.-- end. Whije therethey'attend-" ... I
.. m.-J. E. Norman, pastor; Construction Co.
GLADYS: WjE.98UM1 ed! the play, 'TJnto these Rev. James Branch evangel Bradley
.., -E t, I ,.' -( Hills. c.!i<. 1st.. [Adv.l] i $ $ $ $ S $ $1 Theatre
and C. Patrick
'Mr. and.Mrs. Boy hhaw' and ,Mrs Charles Tfff MeQuaip Mr. Mte M. .
,, '
,_..Ji, Phil, of{,ValdostaMa.: : t :and and ehtWreu of waldrossa; and eon Greg"', of::8neads are i.; ." :" '

**:-r. and MrA-ClwJes. (<2pdfrgjr ;.areJPe afeW e s 1f.1i i pending the weekend with .. x SERVICEPHONE FRI'and SAT.

,4 daughter, Elaine, of Jas- Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams Mrs. Gladys Weldon and Mar- AMBULANCE: AUG. 18, 19
r spent last weekend with and famfly.? ;tha.Dr. 9642600DeWitt

T, r. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Mrs. Hal Whittern Mrs. W..T. Watson, Presidentof .l-- .C. Jones Funeral Home 'TRIPLE FEATURE

__Orin Welch 'of Dade City .Blake Sawyers Mrs. !Ash," ; Trinity (Bible &Co8ege, PROGRAM
:,. :Ns returned home after Jones and'Mrs/d finpigai', ail -vas'V1S1t1rtg ':Mr: DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director FEATURE

week with his and Mrs.. J. .at.the s Starke, Fla. FIRST -
: nding a son- of Sanford spent MQIVtaY. % I
-, 2I
Gospel' I'a .'He'waSen
: -law! and daughter Mr. ands with Mrs. E..M. V1111a >>s. bemac"rday. ; RENTAL SERVICES I WILLIAM '
"home fi m'a
M. L. Lawson.. Mr. and Mrs..E. F. Boone route .Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches .
' ,Hospital WAYNE ,
; 'ir and Mrs.: J. Maurice returned Tuesday to' their Bible Conference held by his .' ,. HOLOEff

Other guestsof . .. .
'Uvards; and daughters. Die home in ,JacksonJr'enn.afier. ,group.in.Canada .

.; and Gayle, returned last visiting Mr. sand '..Mrs. Olin the, -Quigleys', were'Rev/and. .. > ....,

ek from a two'months'busi- W.White Sr. Mrs. Nissen of Jacksonville, -.... --- *, .---S--- 'r-< Your Gasoline Purchase is

; '': and pleasure trip-to-Port- Mrs. Alice McIntosh left' and their guests, Mr. andliirs. 't-t Thirteen"*'contestants.c' with 'a table foH't>f dolls.they"entered In the first annual 'City- -' '"
i.l: Ore. On thelr.reTurn' : trip Sunday for a--week's visit with Iowa.Ezra..Banderov of ,Wide.,Doll, estivaJi,held la, t.,Friday night in the,:TJSO Building.! Little Carol Bloodworth J J'JlhCVD"
me they visited ,Hoover her'brother and sister-in-iaw, : fiol Che doll she,won. in a door-prlie drawing. 1 I
W.!B.; pell and sons< U ? 4(ln .the foreground) lng, large : .
I ->m and Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. and Mrs.C. C. Hamilton. : oj
Orlando .. I
: Marshall of Jackson- Plant City were guests several
Ray in '
'le spent this week with Ste- iMr.and.MrstJ.W. "Mcln 1 days ..last.week, ,Mr. andJ.Irs..wn1iaq1.I 74 I..b i'sJtita17"GiE.rtt ,/s
: .
.. i .
: 'ten Edwards.Mr. tosh and .famUYzof Jackson= 'aa n' I,
and'Mrs. W. H. Graham Mile ;were .visitingMr.. and Mr. and Mrs Th nos 1M'dIng > Cify-WWe; Festival
I ; spent 'list 'we k rld -atDaytona e IfjrsV I I
: '11 family will leave/Sunday/
; ; rte&cSun
Mrs,_ Clyde, 4If T a week's West'Visit and'.will-In Mlamlnd return I ,Captand .i Mrs.< :jail Mrs G.- ;-E. McGauley, 'and. : I''Cheryl McRae, and" 4.,Opal' .7. .Crews, 2.iJanme.; Gay,:3. ,E4cnBloodworth4.Becky } .,
: Key .
Rhodes, and, fanhlypf'BllOjMiss. : Mr. and- Mrs Carl'Motes And en-red : I.!.Allen. : Jack?on.Birla.neSt. 1
WestCoast. ? '
:a the L. ',; Jane ,: .. a> id l'p..A.- Montelth alai) son, aU. of. [iPalaika. :aperit ,city"wy.poil Festival,hjeid in )Most unusual
:.. nd Mrs.Becky.Dinktaa J. Green -and- 'spent, two ,sons of 'Jac;>sonville! are :p1* with:Mr.: :and x .Mrs.CharlesRay.'Theyere fie,"tJSO;rBuflding:' ,last ''rI4ay 1 Gay 2.'Qpal'7.: Allen,,3.Janhelle ,Starling, 2. Carol Bloodworth, \ IF OUR ATTENDANT: *. FAILS: I*, TO:/ I I
Wb. -Pollard, 'Juad '4. CaroNara. 3. Jannelle Pollard, 4. Diane JOHN:FORD'SSECOND
.. Jacksonville with -;:spending, ;:weeks: $t the::,J ; accompanied tight, yn "
.. -Alvarez:. eottagebnKtngs1ey 'hwne.. by Franklin 'jpjrizes wire ,given for .thefjrst / "Sawn. Clean Your Windshield! : ,
"rchie Green '
'Mr. Mrs.iCharies: ':Dln f i Lake. ,.:Hardy-who had spent.the'put four 'places in eac i of ,|'Bcst home Made 'doll,1;,i. Prettiest doll 1. Janine i Sweep Out Your Card!

: and family and Mrs I ,Miss Jean, ,Mundy .returned two, weeks with them;.TMr ; nine :-ivislbns..:.in the. contestsponsored ', \Diane ''fawn..2,..Diane! !Yawn.Most Gay 2. Linda Colson,-'3. MabelK. r .
.ns '
St nmgs""arson,'Luke. ;last 'Thursday>&f ter ,,a,.week's, ,andaDon ''Pajtrjband 3_by.. a. CityReore- :, "' ") ;"d 11S--; 'Cartfyn.. : Jones, 4.Lou Ann Brough- 1 1. '

.. 'pent arry Sunday inJSt.'AugU8tirie1th visit wfth' relatives 'in :Ware' family spent list -.yeefe ation Department.' First two'Crews' J2. Diane 'Yawn.'Droll ton.Carol j 'i Exclusive In Starke < ,
= were1 l small gold cups wittti Jreitfest ward- Bloodworth also wen
'Mrs. Kenneth ''Shoals, & C.8tie'was.accpraipanlediiome In 'Wmter"Haven and White puss I
a < Mr. and '
, i : .by 'Mrs. Charlie there .visited CypreastdeMhs : while third arid':fourth"'place rtibe -; 1. Carolyn, Crews,':2. the door prize, which was a .MARINE '
:. \.ye.Liriton Taylor_ of'!.JQekson- iMundy! who spent the.weekendjwittijJean Penny HoUlntsworth. winners received. certificates- ,Nancy- "1-, bay. .3. .Uen Blood- large doll dressed: in, .a-,wedding .
, andfher mother, 'Her.t. the.-yeekerid: .to lafa of'merit; ;'?'o\"otth. gown and donated by
rthe weekend With .
: :ille spent \ Lawn Mowers etc. This I
> For Motors ,
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt :3WU- 1Mrs.--W,-B.. .Mundyon. ; Kings-. City:wIth.'Mr",and 14tS.:James Winners In each diViSIon $est Foreign 'doll-l.v Jan- 'Van' H. Priest-5'& 10 store. .FEATURE -
I nene :Pollard; ,,2.lboIU13 'Jane 'Gas Is Recommended By Leading! Manufacturers -,
leyLake.ftMr.iftnd Hair arni ,; rin ,
and'MlsstFraneesiUn- :.daughter for the contest were
::Jams |1 were: Judges : '
5jinneW You>
PbUard\ Of
: b ncart-of; ou = ;Hicks: 3. For Better' Care ,
Martha Sue ;? '
: They all [sPent ISundaj c Mrs. .iTyler :;Jones Besl Mrs/Ruby
M rum. : glas. : ; dresed d n-: 'jan'ne [JBiineile'PQUatd' Mrs -Ltll1e Bridges : Victors
U spfintilast-weeklwitl; : y-
at Mr. and Mrs.iWU1iams' return dd I tost Friday ;after I i
p ; .2..r-Donna..ianeHlcks Johns, and JudyiLesawyer.
V-l. "CarobTi I
MlssLinda Osy. 3. 'largest jdpli
:camp in "Scrub.. {jspeoriing ywowaeks tat,Fenjandiaa >Hopkins. .1.1j i

Miss Pat RemAley/of f Annapolis I .Beach. While .there Miss ; iJeffords-jpf High ;lifr.Z< : -and.Mrs. Joe\'WrWhitiJr. Mr. and Jktrs. E. W. .qIIE'RIGHT'POTNT' for th j 1

: -Md. 'was at guest"lasl I they had ,as rthelr.-.guests last i Springs 'vlSl ed''MIss, Linda 'of JPalalka! were"uiila; ;M&thews'and: family are;vaca- : August Special!

week of Mr. ,and .Mrs.-W. H' jweek their son.1n'-1&w.and ''Hoggins last: week. Jaek VIsitorS of ;Rev. and. ;Mrs, 'tioning OhioRecentsuests'of way }youwrite. Come'!In .ant ,

:Graham and family.To .daughter!Mr. and; Lrs. Bury Mayor and MrsjW.'T.\ 'John Brablam.Mrs. ? Mrs. T.,L. select "TOUT favorite ESTER'.!

.: 'Gree _.a1td daughter Kathy. son and family-have returned! *" ;Marguerite, '-'Corn ''Of'L I,Casey have' .been-Mr. and Mr BR90g.untatnPeD.STELE. Spann-American,.

The.Citizens Sara' Dell,;Lawson"returned after spending four weeks at :,' kel nd' sPent- Tuesday to Groover Conner raad ;sons I ITiBrarkJon GRAPH. 14 ft. Fiberglass $9915 \

; this I week ytf ter spending a the PredLeonhard;; eottageior' Thursday 6f '!thisi'week'wltl'' .Mr. attd;Mrs..B. A.
1With New 3.5 h.p.
of 'Starke ; Spring Lake.vLeatonrni'and. Mlddletdn.. 'Clark, E. r
: .i iI ;week in Auburndale .with 'her MIss -mdge ofOkeechobee; Mrs. l
,brother=and:sister-Tn-law,!'Mr. Ralph and '': Miss Mary, Agnes Matthew L.iBuzbee GibSOntonMr;: ':hlerc Electric '

am am.rnmingforClty a Homeowner. Coverdlman. I 'and'Mrs. David Lawson. She Saridi ;'Morgan visited their ., and Booby :Ferguson 'speri :E. T. Vestal.:.of 'Jacksom1."le'and ] Starter'R S. List1345.00 ,
I t ;was 'accompanied 'home by grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday >at Daytona, Beach [ Petty Officer I M: &iDean, in Auburndile MOORE'S' ,
;:iMrs. Lawson-who-is spending .as guests'of+Mr. l and Mrs Breyi'D.'Casey Nortolk'Va.Mr. M .1 .
k1 am not doing anything.! a-few: days 1 this week 'Ith'her last \week. John.M. Miller. r ,.Caseyslsistilliconfiried; : ,to Y

I believe I ,couldigive you.ai, parents. and Mrs. Claude ,Rev.;'and Mrs. Oscar Majar- John Adams, Irwin Martin: .the Yeteran's-Haspital.in Lake SUNSPORTS and phone 064.a571. JEIIC/IAII/J/lll'

goad job. 'f i I iCogdill; ) ,Lee, 'JDavid tngrain;' I ..

I am a Constable,'but It ,1se*cz ..LlL w8an. ,Brabham.guests-:of -Rev.\andMrs.Rev. .-'Magarian: ''Johi,is ..Larry JJtJEgel.'arid Tommy;Andrews '': City.Mr.. and.Mri. pave Part; ,, .., 'I": Mad n STflRKE TIRE :;S4tfSJ. ,, trwswra. ".,
attended the
HM .graduation exei'cises
not bD1y a' Henry'O'liara'liaslreturned are attending ;
paying-, t Mrs. ,pasto ..of:Meth Ctls Church at '' __, ,.. ... ,.
commissioned job. from i 'B 1tim re. ''Md.Biter convention lin''Blue r Ridge.; 'N; of the, 1961 school of .I .... ".. \ .I
'I votes 'accompanying: her sister, Opaloeka. C. this,week.. i!nursing Sunday ;afternon j In ... ., -I ,_ _. '.p .. ., 'JURKSDAlEi.S I i
will appreciate your ;Mrs 'So G. Denmark, ac- !(Jacksonville ''Vincent'' T JliUlT R C
'Mr. Otho'Ho mnan'of llansfleld 1Mr.and'Mrs.! ''AFHArley.: 'oJ ..
, and eompanied iherwrnoSkr,; ,Charleston iHaispitaX 'Their niece, MB S I
t'HoPkiDs fiVa,5annban
support.'L. I plo, ;;' 'E."C.IIr....,.. of ,.
I'' .kqspitaf for'tw '-weeks'! ,treat- Mrs: :; : Pompano the birth of a daughter. Marl .Vivian 'Paulk of Lake City.

mint. Mrs.: Hqmmah/itlew/ "toCleveland saentJait: week in Greenville; ; anne.,on Friday.. August 11., ,was a f iIi mber of the class. '
Ohio'for" a'fewtiays S. C. with friends, and 'at Roy Dean A : (Jim) rdCM Camp ..ChattoogoTallulah; received + ideation Jr. and children of Jacksonville '
: before returning1,.herl1ai. Palls. rGa visiting Mrs. 'Den bfa9ter" of : J' I'I .
degree 'here last week and I
: at the 'Universitj were ,
l a in Mansfield. mark's daughter, Joyce, who LitoddIng -/fHIRD FEAIU, E -
'with Mr and Mrs.Drew'Red '
of Florida commencement : ; '-
, : exercises :
r .. is a'camperthere.: THE' 1'A WOMAN
; last Saturday.. dish On Friday Mr. and Mn.
'r .. Ji r Mrs.' M.F.EddyOf-Alachua. TALKED: INTO THE
; Steven '-Kelly: son of 'HIvs Reddish had as guests Mis
i and<-Mrs.'Georgia, Watson .of W. E. Tilley. eft Tuesdayyisit.his'uncle S. D. .Andrews and childrei WESTS BLOODISTVICHTb1ARE .
Lake .!J3utler 'were; '.SUnday ""Mr.\ JQf Wi dv'ood. '} ; OF
1 and Aunt ", 'W'lcLllSA';; VE YOO DOLLARS ONto

r. Ap. Y NT E '". & :evening guests, of Mrs.Oeorgfl'Anderson !,and 'Mrs.. Horgari-Heath: ,. to ,: Mr, and :Mrs.- RIchari ,. VENGEANCE! I

I". ''' "1 \,' ,I II : i;Ft. Lauderdale until school :Richards and ..famfly,. and Mi. V .
i Mr.sand 'MrS. William O; ..,
"r : begins. ;and: (I. W. Richard's
I Godwin .returned/to their rs..jElmaa-Netherland. : :ci ,family. Mrs.spent' last weekend au'ftt Back School Clothes$ JOHNJNEF1Jfl1RUiJi1 l ,
: -
.to Cleveland -
home Sunday :
I .
:LouisviUe i JOa.' is"spending' ;afew..weeks Daytona Beach. I
:' &&AtH Pf !'tJ I 'Ohio:,after,spetdipgrtyPO:week* I JfAm wmlmaJ1ffi'aeb
S at the rchTlQIuas Sr. ,cot- :: ;here vvlth-her ;
fijriaw'andj-jla! ghter,'Mr...and
, 1 1 y aa tage on Kingsley Lake .l:Mr B',, ,LModey. ;last week a twdays nidearwitei ,/Aus't'Clebr,0uHo'ke,: Room for CarpenI I
.Missjfrverty ttierson, who '

: 671 W.1\1e, OJ1 Phone; _84-92Bl : is mat pg ber;hone.-here;.with I;!. { Mrs.lOyde> Priest1 '!P!;i' f#ersIarndPainters -,- :We're'Remod&Hng: : 111 ..

, We Give,Family Stamps her unele-and -aunt-.Dr.;;andMrs.A. nd, JnNassau.Miss'.1'oen: Monday and Tuesday irJacksontiUe town
: ?! .' Pen : J. _8arry 'Js; :? ., : Mr '
sere' j:fro< weekend .0 ..
; 1 1lId s' : WO. eks.1n:Beaver Falls/Pa. wpn cke ejgwnse :George Janes.,* vtjMr. I Ij MNM Mia.MNGm'IusCartoon ,'

.ro. ,LOW 1 Jl.GW"! -<, .with relatives, paid t ts In'c a.'conlest'sponSoreibyjradlj statlpn. TJUl W-; 'od .MrsVJoej Wopdvipl! f..! ;:c kIt; SHOES .:.LADIES' SHOES -

'}.frs.TI.&. :- rri&and! ., ".chip ? Hawthorne are aJending. this : "Drum Roll"
1M8.1H.. M. .
FLA. GRADE A l'f .Ballentine and This Includes Loafers and Flats -
dren. Gary and Karen, of week atcottage U e'Arch' ,Tbomaa r.J l
IMoKED ,Valdosta, Oa. .vere here. last.. daughter, .' ;6f. ;;Neptune: Beach'.,rt Qn :Laker ': ; : 'i Just !Right BACK-TO-SCHOOL! -:-
; 1b- 1 r- ,aregtiests ,this .w e ,:of rhero&er.i j--j'J' 0' f F., j ,
ENS-- : ; week xVisiting/14rs., _Margare* ; Bert'picl iiini.. b17ssBl'i1.nuBfn1: irinr e;; T I IA SUN., MON., TUBS.
1 .-
BIar\kenshlp/and. \ friends. l : tum. Sunday :Roonrk :
irom 20 21
;fibs. ;bameron,)!laclc and ; I : 1 3 22
I !Mrs, M,j.Brown and Mr. hildren'/Atlanta College:Salem-Yat l : wh m she ,
I Oa. didtfrsi 1
-- ) and Mrs. Ariel ,Suarez spent : ; has been"atten&hj;,\. { .Ofr t !) : ." -. r
i$ 'I Kltiy.'L. ane .of Jaeksof: surmuer} : f 3. ; 1
Port \ \ F
last Friday \ e
In New vWe .arrived Tuesday" far school.. 'AS" .'Pil' t! LOW .99 7"rI ,
111 Rlchey.Pith:CoL and Mrs. .J.WJicNeer \ a ; : AS $.| 'l.iI
., AUSAGE .33 ; 'visit:'With 'M'rs: Bla6k toovhniests' ..Friends- ,. of Mrs. -ClauaeCrpwson APair P11il It
,. J
Mre.1wa"rkL: ,will be glad to knowiiit mr
,MJ:,: and ,Mrs- : ;George r." .. ,.. !'........
L L- ; ,. auu'Mrs. aeretwired! to her home lon
.. aTn31y. 'UU. Bob"Cry'ahiiyibf oanuf ; .... :
Kauflmah 1- '
-: and JI }! ; .;;:>' ttN
Wednesday after
P't.''Laudtid irere'I eing ,confined -
mm ANDtSUPERlOR with 1 BOYS' ..
spending. .weeks i: '
g Tuesday'night of Mr ,,tp -BradfordCounty J ,. "
". i iTe&ae"
in -
iRISKETSJEWJb] : 29& i relatives,Mrs.'R, 'J.Chicago:Davis ,:Ill.returned Jray's brother .nd.sister-.n: l EJospital :for nine days. 1 Ba k.t-School Back -to. -'SchoolPftKTS Plus Cartoon: "Swiss

I Monday after:spending several l Ave, MVand. Mrs.' .'R: Giersoh. ; 'pa-SMike' l !o. '
... days in Jacksonville with her .' +i.Services Held i S.B ,
I tR $ '
-- Smith is spending: : .. '
: brother nd..1 iter-.fu-law. Mr, .Eis r : .... WED., THURS.
: reek on Santa 'Fe :Lake 'ivifh r Fuesday For 't lit: '' .
and Mrs. Hufus Tatum. Aug. 23, 24

I .- ft. :- 1c; i t ..Mrs. J..P. Dill.spent ,last I l ds grntarents'Mr( .,-aad'LTsI1, '\ f BY FARAH' DOUBLE'FEATUREPROGRAM
T. T.-Snith.
iOLEO ', seek in Jacksonville with her j] Ars. Powell, 64 : : and .Slims I
mother.'Mrs., .J.'M. Lett', who 'M 1.\;W.-'Oj. Itill .' ''"who his };: ;jt3 tF.f In Regulars .,

'Limit(One ,With $5.00 Food Order 1 1:1LIf Is-ill. )tem .confined f, toy, B>adforl' ( '!' Mrs. MSdfwliCrosby L PoweU.'A T Now .In Stock ( ,- FIRST FEATURE -

Mr., and Mrs.,Oscar Hendrix COunty Hospital, retumexi to
; of Starte, died Friday.if
i : ; ,
: I .
MEAT' :her home Sunday and left .tOW""AS ;
'and[ were children here of Sunday visiting : Jot day-for-' Miami.s where',.siie,I'i, ternoon:;mTa $) al h spIt" 1)) : 98. 9
ifteran extended'llhiess.) She $ to
lb. I i ]; i7:
BOLDIA; 3ft her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.PDilL rill recuperate at daughter the home'fiher'son'and liaw '::: gas 2rn:, l'ri Starts pnt'prU : $133 __ I

1891 atighter' .., !
I 'I 1. :Uie <\ of the M i
.. :. cMr.- and Mrs. Woodfm "
T : Mrs. Joe E. Thomas of Cres-. Ar'dfl i.dttiaa-Knigbt" r :
l ate
; >> '1 c tfG' Jrt LA ROEFRiJ I ent; City is spending some' IaileJShe'was. accompa.ntedl'to j ;top, hie wasa"Meinbef; of J ... '__, "', -. .'.. '. .... _.. .. .'-',-. -1. .'a- -., -'.0'''--"" ,'<.."'""."1, 'I
to be her Miami by her daughter-lit-: "' .' 4 ;
time here near
v : 'Btreet Baptist f I
he .Madison .. .. I
Ib.v mother, Mrs. P. S. Denmark. JUT,. 3fbo 'came for:' her .on '
ULtfJJISH 2St rho Is critically ill In Bradford ;tunday : Jhurch.c 1 .. I. $j,8 9
# v .lrSurviYlng ar!N her,,husband.i BOn : :

--- r -.. i County Hospital. I 3trsBeaFa1'ber,;Miss. Delia ;Siaflie J.. .POTieil... af.Starke. ;. J
--- -' !i Mrs. M. C. Stith and daugh- tbsenberg. Mrs. Marguirlt&jlall ins Gece C. 'Pow'ell.; T
: ion 6 and Slims 13 3-4 .DenimF.orSavthgs .
16 ;
TABLE ; i Sizes :to Regulars oz. i
i ter., Sandra of FaUs 'Church i' iMrs. Margaret iBrosnvr. danhes,11Lrs'MryLap.
ioseburg, are.:_ ) -, .
Ibs. 7sL ale guests of Mrs. Stith's i imother n ) Florence Jennings and' t .Starker:'! -, :: : _,
to 33cIi Mrs. H.'L.Br: wnle ." Irs. Edna 'SJoije, aStended & ; I
iA1LgEi$ ir Rut t. Millbr. Veffer"H. -
Friendship Dinner Sponsored ->>. v t Galore Come in and .&e'Our NEW;SELECTION.OF ;BACK-
L and :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chaseen dn..Colo.. ; An d'iikBetty' .Os-,
; : S r ;arid, Salinas; 'caUl.; four, -SECOND ,tFEATlRE| .
Jackson and .at, Jhe; Holiday Jmv rM'Ss 'feby.lBeaon : "Wide :SAViNGS. NEW FAELiiERCftANDISE for .the. Efihire"Family.
Mayor William r-:: bro, ers, .Rodney} C Oh ,. 'Joseph E.Levine Presents.
o 3. A. Bishop Jr. were business tosenbefg.state'recbrding"- N.''&;.JJ.. C:[C yew, ALL ooDsiiusT'GO! > .
fDDll ans 99c etaryr vas,-the guest speaker t r
risitors to Cocoa Tuesday.Mrs. Seiiio: feerschell 'rosbL;

T.J.,Griffin and Miss for the,evening.. t,stake'and':Fri "cr sby. pf .. Bimbo ate Great

tanie Darby returned SUnday )( SRa1 Aloojy; '&M I T'iuir; pne sfstkr.* Itis Laura'

after spending the past ughter,, Qenz.Beth.! ; are I'' Inyr'e11Wa1d"osta, hi:,;. aW 11 J4I: 'tjFF MEN'S ;: D4nuDnhIrP; ,IN EASTMAN CQLOR

initiotapS. '99U1Ik : With,ro Mrs.weeks Thetoa in Jacksonville Mendoza to 7otth pending
be with their sister. Mrs Carte ; : J: j'rbI' : ; 'Many "Styles :Loaf era and rLase
ChapePsritfi R V.'J ,
cbnlnedito -
-who -
has'been' I
Ritch. ': : drOJYl.\f. denj fc! r'io :tx.
# .
: Call :
!St.' yincent's Hos- Mr., 'and Mrs. J. L. Wright t1 tt 'MaA.biy 'offJciaUng. liter- 1 ; 'ta'.C6oose. From. j i. -j.f.t w.; _8trett. elte and delight the screen

ttt&ll ecausV 701. a broken hip. and ,d ugh11i't tgerte' "jfcai.j: : deaf ihisTn'rCp p take! 1 I
Priends'i of Mrs. Hitch will be of Bradenton spent last week;.c;Jem ii rr' ,under"'the tlirectibnf 'I aglow ets. $ ( Starke., ,Florida.. Plus Cartoqn
IJ -
I r 'to learn that she returndad ,;dui .,wxight's, rents: 'ij, ':De\Vltt. I'C. ,:.':Jones. decal. a ", tj-71'" 't : J "Phantom

dtlirprreyestcttlayJ Ir':and 1 Mrs{tcorle9 Johns Ew. If- ,,__, ......, .. './'i. ,:; of'. .." b: .,, a 1f6ustacher'I

I ,. .' ...e .'. ,i I n.I l..- -,' ._ _.. f't' f.' ._0.'" ''"'If, .." !. .., .....,'",< ,..., "......- '< ......., --. '
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',.-'" f"...'"1' '. ".'ttt .- '. :- ";*' .i rists. I t' rr > Y' ,' < ,. .. .,; -T.:>".".. "f lrt t'

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Bundy-Thomas I Bids Accepted Mrs. Faye Bryan I 1962.Balance Due v...on .January 10. $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Wedding Set"For x The Second bId will cover the {WE LOAN MONEY TO
.a; .. Dies Sunday total price of the truck to be .
i On, EquipmentFor I paid on January 10, 196%. CONSOLIDATE BILLS
August 25 In Fort LauderdaleMrs. traded The Dodge be"pickup, to be And Make)
may seen at the
Typing Room County Barn in Starke Florida. HOME, LMPROVEMENTS
Miss Eva Gladys Brady Faye Bessent Bryan The Board reserves the rightto Phone 9694631 "
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0351 and Franklin Delano Thomas ro t reject any and all bids.
.r. ; died Sunday morning in a' i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Bradley Construction Co
-- will be united in marriage at $ ;* M. Bradford County School Charles A. ,Darby
Fort Lauderdale hospital after
Y'BrideElect Bundy, Friends Honor 7:30 p. m. Friday. Aug. 25, : ? a : G Board met in special*'session an extended illness. She was Clerk 8-17 2t 8-24 $ $ $ $ .I' $ '$

Mrs. Jack Eaves in the Madison,Street Baptist Monday to accept bids on the widow of'the late Frank
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Church. j '.equipment for a new typing A. Bryan and had lived la Ft.
r :;Honored, At Shower With Stork ShowerMrs. All friends and relatives are I room to be constructed -'at Lauderdale many. years.

invited to attend the cere- 4 Bradford High School this Her
parents were the late !
i Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. Edna Harry Green, Mrs. Bill mony and the reception which fall.Work i. W. A. Bessent and Ursula Wall; Good EatinMOPEN !

HUtchinsori, Mrs. H. A. Lawson Epps Mrs. Earl Dockery Mrs. will follow immediately in the on the. new classroom Bessent.,She. was born in Clay,

; 'Mrs. Levy Canova Sr.. Don Neel, and Mrs. W. B. parish house. ,No invitationsare has not begun yet since the County, and taught school in -
9 Mrs. Palmer Williams, Mrs. Thompson Jr. were hostesses being sent.'Marguerite. plans have not been approvedby Starke before her marriagemore

Jimmy Cole, and Mrs. Ervin' last Friday night when they the State Department 'iJf than 50 years ago.

I Andrews entertained Wednes- entertained at the home of the Corn, Education In Tallahassee; 'Surviving are one son,I .
day afternoon from 3 to, 4:30: latter .honoring Mrs. Jack However School Superintendent Frank Bryan of Palm Beach: THOMAS BARB Q
Starke Visitor
honoring Miss Gladys Buy: Eaves with a stork shower. : &tt $ Harmon P.. Morgan, said. two daughters, Miss Dorothy
I bride-eleet, with a miscellaneous : During the evening games Honored At Party Monday, the class will be setup Bryan and Mrs. Christine \
shower at 0 the home of were played and prizes awarded 'in the USO Building until Kenneth both of Fort Lauder

Mrs.' Paulk on.Crosby Lake. the winners. Miss Madge Middleton en- the new room Is complete I dale; three sisters, Mrs..David i THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. j

y Mrs. Cole greeted guests at Gifts were, displayed on a tertained at an Informal i i"Coke" / probably sometime in Novem- Oliver and Mrs. Louise Turner /

the door and presented them table which was ,decorated party Thursday momj j H tiA'r ber.Low both of ;Fort .Lauderdale, {I

to:the'receiving line composed with a pint and blue umbrella ing at, ten o'clock honoring bidder on ,typewritersfor and Miss Minnie Bessent! DELiCIOUS BARBECUED
of the' honoree and.her.moth- At the conclusion of, the her house guest, MrsMargu' -j the new. business education Starke;' and a brother. W. A.,
er; Mrs. Thornton. Johns, the party refreshments of cake erite Corn .of Lakeland. j room was Milligan Office Bessent. Starke;.
groom's mother, Mrs= Arch and punch were served. The i .. Summer flowers-,were used : ; Equipment Company of Funeral services were held I

Thomas-, Sr., and Mrs. Patfk.i cakes iced in white were : in decorating the living room Lake City. They will supply at 10 a. m. Tuesday in Fort I' ,
Miniature orchids- and j I decorated with pink and ol'ie i dining room, and 'screened Royal typewriters for $135 Lauderdale. i i
lavender asters centered the bootees. I| porch where the guests were l each. American Seating C6m- iI
-dining table which was coverj j j f 'Stork favors were presentedeach entertained. ['pany had the low bid on I
I Machine to be
ed with a white cutrwork''I guest.Enjoying. v ,a. .. .... q'o, and painted whit i
I About 25 guests were invited -<: .jt.J- ,n t I tables and chairs for the, new delivered at Starke, Florida
cloth. ;>',p.....', :\... '.. .. "'"'"'.;- :'f'; ready for operation. I
this lovely affair to enjoy this affair with ', << "". .pt..1"p; ..V "'- '- __ ..j groom: at'$19.56 per unit. 1.:'unit'I It The Board will require two
Punch service trays and with Mrs. Eaves and the Mrs. Corn and Miss Middle- consists of one table and tre+ bids. !: I
I Al Hazen l 1 t The First bid will be the ,
other table appointments were hostesses were twelve intimate ton. Barbara Ann Madara-Weds'/ chair. r, ; trade in, for the following piece:
of pink milk glass. Pour ng friends of the honoree.Brownlee Pennsylvania 1 I of equipment. I
l 1 15 CeremonyMiss
punch was Mrs. Ervin An- In July One 1956 Dodge % Ton plckEBK Chicken Ribs
drews. Methodist Choir ,America War I Meaty

Gifts were displayed in the Holds Circle And Families daughter Barbara of'Mr. Ann and Mrs.Madira R.,j i merbund.James Gaertner of Green- I Preacher TellsMethodist D ."

master bedroom which was MeetingThe Enjoy HamburgersMembers H. Madara of Pittsburgh, Pf'.,o burg, Pa. served Mr. Hazea as Men ,
decorated with summer flow and 'Albert Allen Hazen son j'best man. Ushers wereKen-. .
Brownlee Circle of the LSTARKE
ers.The First Baptist Church met at of the Methodist of Mrs. Martha D. Hazen of I neth J. Schueler, and Charles America Is right now en- SMOKED FISH
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i hostesses, presented the the home of Mrs. Milton I/vr.g Choir and their families enjoyed Starke were united In mar- A. Coutu both,-of Lakewood'' gaged in total war with Com-
honoree : SUN MON. :
with an electric with a covered dish .supper a hamburger fry recently riage at 2:30: p. m. on July .5 ,, Ohio. munist Russia whether we I t TUES.
boudoir dock.Sixtyfive on the lawn. at the Charles F. Sawyer in the Swissvale United Presbyterian The bride's mother wore a realize It or not Rev. C. L.I I August 20,,21, 22 $1.50 BOXED TO GO

guests were .'a- Mrs. Raymond presented home' on Raiford Road. Church. Officiating pink cotton voile dress with h'[Spott.vJ] Spottswood told a I Tomboy and

vited to enjoy'this lovely the program on Sharing our During the evening Mrs. L. at the double ring ceremonywere white accessories and a ,Pink ladies night audience at a'I

affair with the honoree. Possessions with Tithes and I J. Green was presented with Rev, W. E. Harper and \ Delight rosebud corsage. meeting of the Methodist the Champ 1

Offering. j! a gift for her service as organist Rev. Frank S. Vigh. i Mrs. Hazen, mother of tee Men's Club Monday nigh I Candy Moore, Ben Johnson

I Six members were present The bride was given in mar- bridegroom, wore a blue cotton Rev. Spottswood, who ser- I PLUS : BEEFSANDWICHES AND PORK \

WILLIAMSJEW.ELRY : and two visitors.GENERAL Mrs. G. S. Newcomb had riage by her'father. She woie dress, with white, accessories ved as a missionary in the The Millionairess : .
charge of arrangements.About a self-designed and made I i I and a Pink Delight rosebud Philippines, .said the Soviet i i '
i I ELECTRIC 35 guests were present short length white embroidered i corsage. objective is world domination I Sophia Loren, Peter Sellers I .
i iWATCJIESDJ.JfOSDS i APPLIANCESThe to enjoy this lovely Af organdy gown featuring a I j A reception was held im- and those who do not recognize I I Pins Cartoon : ''

finest and most perfected,I fair. fitted bodice with horseshoe I mediately after the weddingin !! this are asleep at the j i i I Wed,vThurs. Aug. 23-24' t;
trouble-free, long-life appliances i neckline. The full skirt had a I the church social room. j.I.switch. I
REPAIRS on the market today. Why not Ishmael Chavez heavily embroidered border I The bride graduated from[ Prior to the talk on Com- i!, The Misfits j TO GO!

All get the best and save, money, and a scalloped hem. Her Swissvale High School and i munism supper was served in i iI park Gable, Marilyn Monroe I
Work GuaranteedA.
from: Dies WednesdayIshmael shoulder length illusion veil Wittenberg University, where i I I the Methodist Fellowship Hall '; PLUS I

C. Williams G. McGRIFF was attached to a seed pearl she was amember, of AlphaXi t i to members of the Men's Club '1!; The Boy Who Stole I
142 W. Call St. APPLIANCES Chavez, 42, of crown, and her bouquet was Delta sorority.Mr. their wives and several guess'i'

Starke Fla. 100 W. Call Ph. 964-6551 Starke. was pronounced deadon of butterfly roses. Hazen is ,graduate. of from other churches. !I II I. A Million Come by and inspect our new building and modern

I We Service What We Sell arrival at a local hospital Mrs. Frank S. Vigh of Col- Bradford High School, and This was the second in a Plus Cartoon 0i facilities to give you the finest HickorySmokedbarbecued
Wednesday after a sudden at- lingswood N. J., a sister cf the University of Florida, .series of programs on Communism -
tack. He was born In Mexico the bride,'was matron of hon where he was a member of being sponsored by i Fri., Sat. Aug. 25, 26 Ribs, Chicken, and Fish. Only the best

,PHONE on Jan. 1. 1919, and had been or. She wore an aqua-green Phi Kappa Tau. the Men's Club. I J\llln A Night's quality meats and poultry are used.
964-1431 for I .
o a resident of the Bayless Hi- cotton georgette dress, which After a wedding trip
section for the three 165 horsepower, complete with I Work
: way was also made by the bride.
through the New all standard I
equipment: and including -
CHICKEN ii years. The bodice featured short the following: .Shirley MacLaine, Dean Martin i Located: 124 E. Brownlee St.
states Mr. and'Mrs.. Hazen,
I Directional
Graveside rites ,were held jleeves.,..hitch boat; !neck, and Reflectors signals_ I PLUS
*, SHRIMP:' "< : at li:45: : a. m./1i.a with self,covered buttons.,T Father Dennis Murphy of St.Edward's 'skirt had a deep hem and was fat 1382 Bunts Road. Lakewood 4 4 Ply Ply Mud Tires on Front The Ladies 'Man
I grip tires on Rear Dick & Elsie Thomas ( '
and all other orders- -OwnersOperatorsx
: Catholic Church of accented by a matching cum- Ohio. I Oil FilterAutomatic Plus Cartoon

Ready to go when you I Starke officiating. AI '"' ...... Transmission -
::1 Burial was in Crosby Lake
come for them. .
Cemetery under the direction
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NEW RI VLSTHVi FOR -'02 Brother-Sister Dance Team, I i I II I .8 BUY .YOUR. 1 NEW"l961. 6 1 1 FORD AT CLOSEOUT

Wins On Channel 12 Contest I I '

gives tetter fictures from map bar .to gettfaitonsfl J Vicki and Larry Derrick are shown with the table-full of PRICES WHILE THEY LAST!

prizes they won on' the Channel, 12 Dance Party; by".winning., 1 ... J
.:.' the contest for three consecutive weeks. 1 i-

k ,..1,,:';<':", The two dancing partners each won a camera, an electric j Select The Model Of Your Choice From Our Large Inventory'

'. .. i 1 radio, a portable radio and two gold cups shown In theyibove i .
photo. In addition Vickl won a picnic' ice chest aadLerrywon .r. J! '

ti "Mrvti ,Ii11 Ii11Yls poISDP..POWIUu PreSchoolRegistration a rod and reel. -signed--- .to a classroom.'jndH' I!I FORDS FALCONS THUNDERBIRDS

u" tuner,givil unsure s I
performance from be ready for ope.ning/Vlayi/'; 'I :-. ,, ...
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gassed>gtt stations t i "Class rolls will, j*.,postedby "..." w .
9 Moat powerful challis tvtf\\ 4 p. m. Friday, Se#. 1, acd -

In RCA victor black-tads., .nusttn{ .J For 1st Graders we earnestly: ask..that no parent -II IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
er6lte IeShar. i. call the office:to inquire j ,

bright pictures 0." what room his dpi has been i LOW FINANCE CHARGES .- ':;' .: J.A .
RCA s all-new, alitml&Lttd.: All children ,who plan to assigned to." Noll ;said. First I : .:
a "I f> rolls will be pooed near the I
/ at the Starke Elementary ...
\ -, office; fourj: grade Drolls
i, 1ft A rALEt SchQOI of lice.on Friday will be at th&'West entranceof I ,.
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A building;and sixth gras'a!
: ."J.1 tr( _.e9 taw t pktiue.r > and 2 p. m. Principal P. T. rolls will be//; posted at the t >' ..t. ..."I(

NoUn announced yesterday. north entrance of the 'Old! YOU GET A 'y :':
1o tiid In order for child to .
a fit Heilbronn. Building." I LOT MORE > 'R{ ,
ter'school this year he must j 0 ', -
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before Dec. 31. 1961. The 'aw: Schedule week of
BV' : CTVICTOR requires ,that a birth certificate August 29.: for the i IN A .HURRY! HURRY!

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'iBTV'a ate&tif i cure It'aufomatfctUy i guarded date of birth be submitted FORD
..' for all ages, 9:45a., m. Morn Take Advantage of Our Complete Selection!
The CASUAL aaalad"tear oart" and "bounc"' to the school before the child ing worship, 11 a. ,m. Snsck i '..
BUT '- can be enrolled. "This law for Youth "
M.Y. F., 6:30:
<* p.m.
sp aTV 4 Automatlc Scene Control: assures opalttf pici re. does not allow us to make any meetings, 7 p. m. Youth choir I I

E 5::bttVtf&n tU AJr dla.R,... as TV scenes change/ .. exceptions"We hope" that NoUn said.,beginning rehearsal 1:30'p., 'm. Evenkig REMEMBER WE SERVICE WHAT. WE JIV :
t+ :: JctUl' > RCA seals In ts&l out froubI I l.with Sicurity worship. 8 p. m. 3 ,
; ; ...R quality> w oJ pupil will get a thorough Wejtnesday:: Prayer wr- ." 7 T. .

t ."l, .' 5.alatlcu..J.I physical examination and an- vice pd Bible study. 7:30 p-
: munizations for all communi- m. :
p, cable diseases before the open- Thursday, Chancel.d1or!
1! ing of school." the .print a1]I rehearsal' 7:30 p. m. TerwillegaJ?
Electric Inc. also like to 1 '
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register any pupils who attended CALL FOB
another school last I The,BoArd of ,County Cam.mlasioners ., Your Authorized FOld Fgl oht.a.fI4. HunderbirdDealer for
of Bradford County. ,
but plan to attend
Sales and Service year Florida will receive sealed bids f
jfr' Starke Elementary School this I at 10:00 o'clock, on the morning r
of September 5,- 1961. in the Brodf&d[ C illlitIF -
9644081 year, Noun said. Pupils courtroom in the courthouse for -
'PH NE 234 N. TEMPLE AVEf registering before school openson the following: I
lODe New }4 Ton Pick '
\ i September 5 will be as- Truck, V-I Motor, cot lew'than j
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if' theMowntown, shopping districtS their ability/fo Increase! their inv n* :

S a problem that is. peculiar to tories in an effort"'fo"pr dvide' a ',Vid r S I I

,I N"I JStaVke) 'alone. "Other, Florida towns appear selection of mercnahdise. for their cus- & w : : 1 I
tojbe inf the same'',boat .and; like, -,tozners. _

Hito1 .ouiJocai merciwnl are- making plansto : 4._ :!equeslt *, cIthtsjMd regular 4 $ 4 I t _

.do something about it. meeting .of.:thjeir, emffo ee .for, t : 4 i _

t LI; News' ,releases this, week told of theJ.eesbg the pturpos$ of l impressing! upon! .them. :'. 4 1, ;: : r -

c i \\ C1!! :: cou p:1: anti i tKe:} Importance of spending their payroll : S : s T ____ 4

: Stl.. ,'week "pa1kihbti lid y"'1n 'inlet"- I dollars fnStarke; 'Employees'would ; ; j : _ _

fart to''flridt if trt: movV
'increase activity jn the downtown shopping at*hotfer'because\ itigrclfants36fng 'f L : I

Un. shopping thstricL. feps ..were"alloa: R en, : vmore b. lisiness could, affoVd- tc ;- .. -, _

N'' ,tb reduce the fine; for overparking pay higher $a'ge&; andf, 'provide more. ; ______ _r

tjiere} from .$1 to 50 cents. ,job opportunities., I

A s 6kesmatf "f6jjKe) Leeslrorg, inei, (T/: Request each: S' store.to pTace a -.- 3z ..., SS :______,_____________________________________t : .. 2'S : _. -

rchants1'association-'read:reports'\from' a ""suggestion :6ox"'in..a, prgminent: place \hl; (Garden .Restaurarit team became thee 1W1 City League; SIo\\- tch: Softball ('hamRuDMr-up lathe City Slow-Pitch SoftbaU League the Panther team, jUcfured abve.

: number of other' communities which for the convenience oT cutsomers, who pionV'l asi 'Thurday nlghfwhen: :,they, defeated, a'l.f'lP! ther team 7-6. This'" team,. w>as M't d out '.7-6' w an extra .In&ng ,ptayrt game, witn the Garden iesfasirant last
have at least''temporarily discontmud w7>ujd like :t6 make suggestions that plas' seveW members from the,Panther team will jnrvejfto 'Cocoa Beach this weekend to 'fjiurbjay niVjfj.

(the fee pafkmglKefers (tfi e:'busirne mignf be' mutu611yhelpful.V6. .. Interjflfe; : :State Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament. 4- ., ,. -

$ 'vdisttfct. TO ebretaVy-VaBa i.er Start an educational program" to : *. The. t- ,mht. week won the District! and Sn -Disttlct"titles. .. Members of the. team are (I.T't'mrii'y) Clark. .Claude, ,,.Hardee,. iepii ri; Varaes, and
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of,. ;.t1 e' South'Jliami. Chamtef) oft Qofc: i impress: upon the youth, as well as the \I Members pf |Vie.
s1mfrc merce r reporfed iKat A'6 eUmin Vion !pf'mV&j ,Mults 'of: the community S the import Reddish, 'Woody: ..Strickland, Milton Hicks: and Tombo Smith. Bottom fow,. { -rR Donald Thomas. .

I iKe/e::1 a .{i irkuloiiselfeaon ,aneofrading att fiome. Townsend Strickland, Jimi Watts,, ,. itWtIUamsJLminy Rowe and Buddy Elliot. : of' *' SS '
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8 zrciantcusThter' relations.'' Other 7. Plan 'weekend .promotions, sports j. + .5 S S S' r'i: : ; ,' ..-..';..
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'thc: areas fepbrtfifg""iTtefe1ised: t activity due events, livestock Chow's( ,. 1 horse shows, For, City Softball Championship .:< :y< ', ,: -.,>'. ..'V ..: ; ., ; <-\f:

to the elimination meters were North vetc. \ta attract people from the sur- ( t

f (fTg I ;Miami Clennont and Homestead. H61lyrvood'CKamlaer lt l- 'rouffdfpg trade .. f
area '
:l of Commerce offici1Tssaid K. Improve' store, fronts, asweli.as i.Garden Edges' Panthers 76 m, Extra Innings :, .., .

go results have been obtained by. interiors, so the. business district ..will :
'not enforcing, meters Saturday during present a more modem, inviting, 'and 1 ,

I '' the summer. prosperous ;('atmosphere.Admittedly ., .' -. ...

c' ( : The subject of'a parking' raeler holi1 this)is a long rang -- Garden RJestauraAt's: the Softbairteam ,. flS'Gtidde S S S .:: "! :. ,-I I. '--S- :.. .....,-.{' '.
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day on, Saturdays was just one of ,the program.. > and it catintif bIo! ". l&lied 7-6 in an :extr -innmg ocn.tesst -'

many ideate d $cussed't'an eitfhusiilstic} overnight. But it da&n'ot .beacfcom: last ,Thursday night to
supper meeting reby: tEe Stark lTd<' at all unless atat1. made .wifc the. ,City Slow-PItch SfartJVork.%V \ '

4 j Retail Merchants Association at the and the time to sfart is NOW. j, Championship. ,

: ,Amerrc Legion Hall last Friday We feel that a 'cfe'fffiiie''; stiSrl was 'Tlift Garden's Woody strick- i

nigfht.) This was 'one of, the best at'tended made last Friday 'Mht'and; und r the land l. scored the winning run TbiiMorning _
1 r in, the nInth inning\after': he _
and jnpst productiv meetingsof guidance\ (an acfwe merchants'\ comittee I
business '"ever field ; StarRe.Manyf i be and 'Jim1 Watts .had: singled, I
men m we expect this .
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Devfayne'Elder ", and
Fat started roiling off and '

fcarried suggestions out, would! were'undoubtedly: madewhich stim, if- continuous.: sixteen, As ,business an, indication m' n of presentat ,earnestness 1i popped tOl 1-b>Right-fierier san' Buddy! Elliott Tom- muscles' began to harden th'is V//iere V/e//Spent// :bo//ors. // Buy Fos/iiofis/ ,For Scholars/ /

late. .business- here.Among'these tK"e'meeting"pledged i \ support of ,the bo Smith then hit .sizzlulg morning [[Thursday: ..] whenBradford .

suggestions were: tradesat-hoke educafifiSal i ''p'ro'grani,. grounder which the Panther High.. footballers... reported StriOOMOtJND: DRESSES ?.__ ,

1. Ask ,City Council ;;to declare. a which{ wjll &e started, at once": first-basenlan fumbled, allowing for their.,first workout' THAT PASS EVERY TEST M ':' B.y? _. _.
"meter moratorium" at least on Saturday Other points in the 'pr, mwill be 'Strickland to bring prior to the 1S61 football season ': ff* '

'afternoons in an effort to rebuild tackled one"'by one and,,if the enthusiasm home, :the winning, run .Ilnd 1-. ,.- : ... } CINDERELLA : | SPORT SHIRTS|
the city ..leagUe.championship.. S l.j S m- :**
the weekend business that is now be- at. Friday's meeting' continues Head
Scoring two ,runs in wth; Coach 4_. 'Always fresh,. carefree ,
in i.lost to. .out'of ,,tqwn shopping cent worthwhile' results cannot fail the first.; ,a"nd..third innings !RegisterSsaTd.k Wednesdaymorning S. easily ; ,
to: materialize. There Js nothing 1 wrong 4 cottons, .
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a ets.:1:1' ; the Garden took an",early 40 L that? 70f'boys were ,
o I z. Impres'uppn'biiSinesi' men aria i< 'witli' 6ur shipping distrfct t' that a little lead before, the Panthersgal \b \t expected ,to repprtJo .this S 4 j .washed and need" S

I 'tneT e'm'ploy'e'es fli 1i6n6st'importance' ( foresight, effort, '5nd ptanned prom'd- \' to..find the range. pie ':moming'g, first..practice. Two little or'no ironing. ;

t :of courtesy in dealing with the( public tion will .nQt cure: Tie', point, J is ,that first frame scores camd 'affer sessions area scheduled; each : 111 1"

f i I The possibility of sponsoring a cour- the medicine should be t Administered Glen Reddish and WOoctr day early ,morning and Jate 1 L. itiesist. .rs ;;s it :

\ ''tesy contestrto 'select. and reward the before the patient gets, a'ny worse, andwhile .Strickland had singled na 'afternpon, to,avoid; he intense ; y ,iS.
were driven in ,on two more heat. Practices' will l be !i Lfd 1 1l Sfre6X( -
h:f p 'most courteous salesperson} in Starke. the. cure can still 6e "assured.\ .., S S
r ci,1p; Kir .ffm. W/affe anA T l :Monday through riday from
oft: I j I ,.:, J
-'II, S. ff' wayne Eld The twojuristL ; i 8:30: to 10 in'the morning and :
'. m. p. h. ed bond of $27.50., t Inning ruhs, tyjnafee it ( from to 7 $1,9'8
Two Injured ,!? 4v'came : 5 in the afternoon, I.
The boy was: treated fo*' Ela Glisson, running uop wneii 6dier singled 'n, Register said.

j h Wrecks cuts and bruises at the Brad- sian. forfeited b\n of, 1250. I Woody Stricklafid! 'on'base vi : In a preliminary summingup .
ford County' Hospital,and re Robert Corliss; failure to an error 'and then Watts vof his prospective team, i TO

!Ibis: ; Week leased. ,totaled Damage _to.. the,,motorbike 'have vehicle under couirol t knocked in Elder with anoth-. which\ will have a hard. time I I 'I I I ", '.... tJKO #r4iP&4 .
.. approximately I er,single. following BHSs;:; first ?
unde,1: ,,1 t First
Quality by
'tit $100. Moore said. ; and causIng accident forfc.l-. S, But the Panthers came backin feafedv squad, Register sad I 5 $ 198 E a S
m: 'JsJear-old starke boy I I Irs.llatti ed t bond) of:' 1.5 5.Letty S : .the fourth,!and Xifth frames this: team will 'be heavier, oat ( S. 1! It/ "Rob Rey," "Buck Neble,"

o .. ifiUi:: Injured, and a J ; Breger I Roller, vagrancy: to!:make a serious' bid for tne slower and much more inexperienced. -! I q4/ "Sedgefield," Lucky Boy"
:1 '
P "v.\ .4 .sentenced. to. five days m j.itt! champibnship wilen'they S 1 .
IIJ .r-: 'Ii 'tniiae man Dies 'hMddaAfer ....... S j Short Sleeve Classics in
a .
hostaUz ...t_ '1. I'or a fine ofi$27.50.Cecil scored six runs on nine hits "Those boys last year hid I S S .
o i *.r '-.1.1 .., It autoIat 4 J BlVvins, public intoxication Broadcloth and Knit
1l a"CC1Qe -ntf1 ie i : .. '' '." .. during .thelt 'q tinnings. The played together tor thee I II t '.
t:1fi: .'e. it Iv I, sentenced to seven i'ally: was staHla ta.toe I years," 'he said_''wistfully.f S ; Sizes 6 to 18
f r .. Fridiyy. I ., : days in jail or'a fine of.h7.5t( on consecutive singles fourthJ I f Register is, also-1. countirgheavfly f' ;;: Big'.SJsters '
c Andrew Travers we1t:...!. Mrs. Hattie Breger 56. of I I'[ Bigford and Bob Moody, the 5;!J I on quite a few ooys $$2.98 t to '$1,;98 Our, Regular $1.98 & $2.98
>Starke, died Thursday, Aug. S
Tallahassee received chest. | two lead-off batters. Tljes''r from last T3-sq\Tad. ', Sizes7to14. .
: 'ear's I : .: ,
j ai bruISes and a bump on te;<1<,eitfori ji 'i tlli local! hospital ss. She'was.after born an Softball Team were driver! in on two morfesingles' which. wa$ aisVundefeated\ ,,,to I :.l..,' "' II S .' .. ."_ .. 2 for f $$3 00

t) Wad when a semi-trailer: 27.. In flonda.I by J. R. Bigford 1d S : .help out the,\Q, returning let- Girls" EiderlonPARTIES ,
'driven V Tommy'dark., termen. ,' BOUFFANTSLIPS S
1 by Robert Corliss oft I e daughter. I I 5 I :
; : mpa, hit his 1961 Chevrolet Mrs. Lena, 1amn... and one Wins-District ,j After hbld'jng the Garden Both the backfield and Hie) I -
; Station Wagon from the rear son.. William,B., JQhrbOth scoreless ih the bottom of the I i will get five-returning lett;TI r c t A : >. .
: Vfiile\ \ he was stopped at the of Starke: five' sisters, ..., fourth, the )Panthers came I I men to lend expedience* Backfield Everglaze Polished IVY and CONTINENTAL:
1 4 railroad tracks on U. S. 301 Anne McCuUers, Mrs. Lucy i iI Goes ToState back again:;ln the top of cne lettermen r'eturnmg ate Sizes2 to 14 Cotton -'Sizes 6'to 14 S <

3t :ruth Walnut Street] in I Nettles, and Mrs. Ella Groves, i fifth to score fouK\runs !fJ ,go I quarterback :Irwln.Martin a S Our Regular 59c Pr. -.. ,'- : .. PAlTl

Starke. t tall Jacksonville. ; Mrs. Car- A "- I ahead 6-4, They rapped out I, senior,John Reddish, a sen':or Ji'... .* ," > .. i
ni EweU was 'hospitalized' withchest :. Taylo, Tituslle;. and Starnv cof tball team, I five hits ,with Bill and .J. E:S I I halfback, ,and q quarterback I S a 4 Lf FOR.BA K.TO.SCOO1.
;C ,! :: p '& t cornS 2' PAIR 98
'I f
when Mrs. Gennle. BenIi tt. Stirke: f- lach singing, 1 in 'wo SL L junior quarterback; B11} Ja.-k- S S
i ) qse.! received, : den .Rtaurantr8a t &$ \ 'P1! .iIit& Wash 'H Wear Cottons in
his car: hting up>on: tlh i jalt-( and 11 grabdchildrgn... .: \ M' .,.fa: S i ins. ( son, and junior1:half batkj ljt. : S ,: .
..JcJnb}rom. .the cjtf ,.ie \ S ta" Variety of
road &lcJw'ahd'came to, I J Funeral s>n1ceiMre. hid'I' "" "'- ; 9 e rurja4h tro I ty Starling. senior Etewayne S Novelty
last guft-tsSS ."
week ) ;.
)Jarring halt after being hi'by at 10:30: a. m. Saturday to S won the out in the bottom of the 'v- : McRae a halfback last yoar: .5 Weaves-'All the Popular

the biz ,truck. Corliss wa3 'Jones" '.,MemOrlar ChipS with Gain S2ow-P1tc1i Softball titles to !,, nth the Garden team sh-\ will be switched: to-: end! tHsseason S 4 C Her MajestyCo&m RiLU-' ..ColonsTi ,
Rev: Barry D. Vandeventer pf- -llle. .. 1 -it too had a come-ba c 'to strengthen that "' S "
charged with .failure to have ,
t hi vehicle under, control and ficiating1. Burial asin the The, teamv sponso"recLby I the. punch. woody Strickland D l to : G 'S SLIPSto ; "

causing an accident. He was Lcmg-Brantli= Cen\'efery un3er Oarden'.ne to t'lu ant4, will travel 1 wayne" "ind* and Ton \eturnln varsity; lfnen'enre4s \5 S ,4". 14 $ I5t's.s,

I placed: 2750. bond InMyorl I'i t the direction of DeWitt C. Cocoa Beach this' weekendto Smith poked thrt :Consecutive : h n1Or3 Mike\parby,, ten.; :. 4, :; : .. $ 98

1 underv Court Mdttday 4. ,I 1iTon s Funeral'Home..MAYOR'S f ball the TQUflIle(State Slow-Pitch Saft-: ,' .I singles.;through, ",fifcuaer trr cJ' Ei4..Uiis.r seasJir, } .. S T:4:.:::" .. T .: : '.10: ..i I
it.i- S.Slveles
j They will 'infield '
throw the ch'am: i .
the ,injured Eweil'saM heI yoPdy 't
j Play the 1
wajs stopped at the ,tracks'be. COURT' defending State -lonship game into'extra innings ny.Lee ;tackle, :and Juniors'Jimmy. I BAck.To-iBooks; withFashion *
Champions from S
he : I Tallahas- with a 6-5 tie. I II Smifh tckie. and .
:* cause thought:Jjs .heard a Friday,night 4t 6:30: m. in* I Neither rte m ,
t i p. could muzter .
Win wfaidle... .Damageto Ais : ine.cas s were d1sposeb3'4Liy'6r t I their. first n ". another BiiiyDowIing", end. Dowllng S BL1IISES LookfISIRTS 1<
fear anJ| to the semi-Waller. \ W. T. l IBiliyj j I : ( spring punch until'I is.on tjie doubtful list at present : '
The t
urpament is douUe the Gafen' i { .. J
i sfrldclaijilj I.I I. bemuse of bice ,
totaled\Ji3lk! jCisbtant ,Polfcac -.Ja kso i1h .Mayor's Court th1MOnay llminSti6n- WhiCh : : "' a summer I '
means that scored on an errorin the ninth o1> S AND' iili3 ,. .
Ciflef Cornelius Moore saW. : I I er S S .' ft.r 'i
Staike \
tQ a second mishap' ,VasHfrklay 1 I D.L.. Green reckless driving. two games over still the play weekend.at least !, Inning.Earlier In the week ,Any': bar, in grades J-l1.* JAMAICA \ i S Kk, i
night CUfford :\!ayne'ieif forfeited ,bond of $27.50. Games will be played : te'd\In\! Voming! put ior : r ,
ata Panthers \
; fob
jounced" '
"Company : '
r balj l sS
15, a HortdsrTheatre emS if FlorenCe M, Iu14contac ne wis Flared heath
Herman run A. and 4:30 p. m. both Saturday S C 24-8 and the Garden edged of the coaWs Vs or Con Xirgylea
pl>l f I and Sunday. : ::''tBe Jrrdepenaents to -each Ie. !: S tBy'JEANIE" : glilir $2.98 and r Sizes O'h to iov SS
S > then, )His motor' 1 Hike(.o f ,M2.50. I I In winning the Sub-District- t I the finals. .*\ 541 .. **i: ( .1i 43.98 I .
immed: into the. rear 'LyLoins '1' -- f I Reg.l.&ahd2.98'For ; ,. f. ..
: q 6" Negro. i title the Starke team beat"'Le Hi.I & : : :: :- I 1U.,
9 O Ford pup: truck I.Improper driveri'1icense. lined Gainesville ---i L :
i f rtten by; J. R. Wainwright: ont 4 37.50. I team 17-3 American: LegIon I: The CALL Board FOR of County BIOS ctorlD- 13 Serial No B. 11'GL : : c" pair $
and the Com
Texaco Oil I IUt.
f ,4
enp1e ,Avenue The, head I Willie James Louis. Negro. :Team 122.,To take the Us- missioners Florida will of receive Bradford sealed County bids,I 1-2 Olt >Ja:2tuak: *' it O. tIi3. SeeOflI ;, : 2 t.00!$ ,1 {qT $$5A10 ,
imp on Lee's motor bike went years lj>aM :
{ speeding forfeited bond at 10:00 S .
I jtf trict, title the Starke, boys | o'clock on the morn- 1-:3: oft J.an,1m1)). .
1 log (.'September:; 1961 c .9'J
out Chief Moore said and he $27.50. o. 5. I9 lr in the yea rll jCaeB4tnee ., ., r
iowneg Prudential. of Jacksoxnjfle courtroom. |n. he :
tai apparently trying to turnt I Walter Clayton\ Lockerman' ,I \ 5a Ci then beat for tAe l1owlJlC1'- \ oourtbou, FOirth yearslease OD-; Jazi)1ry' '10, ,196, . . : -
t :, on when he hit the'r' failure to yield .right-of-way Sanford 125.fifrUbF6M3e6JNTY < : CrawJeri One JJev.'Tractor, ,Die' ,el Powered The Second ,J jfl,.\\m :the same 'f' ., '.
k-up at approximately 45 and causing accident, forfeit- ..' i all standard 'cfemplet with Piet-e of equipment will be paid ; y White Men'sT
v Men's
.5 equipment. asshown for in the' foiiouinoa,.,_...??.. 5 I.' S S White .
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-C' S ,tift. ESTABUSHED 1870Newspaper TELEGRAPH ------j! --- I ticatlq 140(Turbo 110 ring netfeVglne Draftrbr min oharjed and D\JIM.Including H.horsepower Diesel P. the Engine folio ... January, 2nd-Jrd 11earatotal due years years 10..on. 1JJJ.lease kit.If> -;'JiS'at[ ..19i?on h on.!*..S ,EJtT&! TEE: SHIRTS.. \i :; :; '( "!9ER, silo I

,t"f S S S ,33 ft\lln-tracli" track .shoe frame January. Balance. 10.jdue 11184.,on Jauaarr 1*.. .. S Sizes 6 to 16 *.. Regular. : sgc- Each Begular 69c: Ea
S J S 1>65 4th -
Iio rid&'.J' o\dst weey* ,Uydraulw track adjusters Tbe equipment years lease.to. be traded. Our Regular 79c Each '.' .

!! I..A ,E 55 tlautxulj i.Under Published"" A Th e s Con-! .;:.: j J&anItnljrsder guards'On Crankcase Front?|Ketr pull hydraulic hook and mounted controlled radiator' on,t .may Barn to.OFFTCm.,reject.be.In Board:Starke any,.keen BAL*.rewrver and at)FloridaTh all the. tht t.bids.'I County- rfgltt..,' .. .l'b','< .f.f.or.. $1' .3E; .' 2 for SlM. <,;:,:. .' 2pak $

S T d E.L.MATrHEWS- : "l controls aba* .traeto per, with manufacturer all necessary Clerk Charles A. Darby.i" 'I 1 '. ,, -., i ., 4,hS

S. IJPHificatlonll '11.2'_'!r $: t
Total minimum weight, with ; :' '
.. i" S
5- '.> Editor and Owner all equipment mrluding-Made. to1 .. S '\
r' 1 .
r \.? S S t u.;-i J ; b( n"t..le"1 than 3 ,009ibs.. t I S TMSTh rl 'Sf Kids School
f 1"\1.. i ,. $' UBSRIPTIONRATES. ,x S .. _,. '* ,- rilscRInib'and'delver! .t> .,Stark painted whit $ '1. $ $ $ .$. ,$ .. $ : Shop at
a ,
S 'oMaYLI: ,. '.' -..0d ONE YEAff *.* .. ':380": ...iL..l.'i.aue ready The for Above operation-*juiptnMit-i.. BILLS & Use Our; 'Convenient ,' s ; 9 Lay-Away ; } 1cJ
j ; : ; -
MONTHS oontraeted for under a 5 "
1.71 SIX MONTHS > 2.00 lorida.1 -' ..
t t-c'TtjE1J40tTNS., ibo: Trtnte;,MONTHS. 4 ,...",:',-1-: ..... '1, t _. Board purchase 1I'Ul agreement..requiretwo? and HOME And IMPROVEMENTSBradley Make .. irie; PI. ,. .' ,nd Our "'' ;? .e % : -"*"-- Igo..
c.-\ "
i?J.1 AT: *Jt -v -i' < .i if.. tI Ttaw-aw leftd
a -'r UCA. &aU OIUI uW !Utt in lit the following. piece I hdiie.969463i .. 5- > S. t,
I at tki'P..t' Office at Starke, Fla. under Act of MsrdtV s..1879 equipment( which will represent : Construction Co. SS.-;. j :" ;J i-l1- -
I ,:, the first years lease: j[ -
.. .-> One Internattooal Crawler >'$ $ $ $ $ $ $ ., : .

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Attends Sessions .

"l ,Ijt NQrtlt; Carolina STARKE'S : I 'I; : : 4s

4 NEWESL fl57 fflDRN: :STOR .

/4 .delegation l of six Bradtatf'Blgh I ll: ;1; .
,School students, allniejpbers'jof "

at'EB1de! 'siii:HIYCliib ,week tneY. : 'p Stuns .lritltJl II in SO'VB

l i anti.3LC.'school., :A.;conference 14 "miles east.camp as of .t ts 'ry flnt Oll

1 AsheviUe, JI"C.: '
'Iitclnded''In'' the ,delegation t
a'r 'j rwiir Mariin, David Indriutl'Tontmy -

'Andrews, John 1 : flRS7OLj7YMhd'

I' e, -John .Adams. and Larry ;

Nqegel..< -. .. .
The 325 member ,HI-?. Trl-
m.Y' Congress was welcomedto #

tee conference'by Dr;James w .. ,

W.G1a.dden. :president of Blue rcr
loge and members of thecollegiate *

,staff. These college .
students: .are studying this 1 x __ Y a t r
spin 1er under a group offacalty ,
members from the 1 A J t I Ix

University of North Carolina.1 .
Numbered among this staff } y .
3 r r ta
are.geyeral former.Hi-Y mem-

bers from. theBlue Ridge. re ''f J'I Ir

'1 ,In addition to a program of '. 4 I t +
study, the Hi-Yand Tri-Hl- lp

Y.group will also take part In
a1 series 'of ''basketball volleyball .

,'and softball tournaments. L s .
The group Is meeting with j1iJ .- -. i. r I

similar high.school delegations ,
from the 10 southeastern

states Blue' Ridge Is support- ; -SUPERSHfER
eflby the Y. M. C. A.'s of 'MEN'S UNDERWEAR '
1 .. .
those states, plus.endowments : ,FIRST f QUALITY F {.. H febrU -

[tfrom ;interested citizens. : t oa1et s TSHIRTSANDREG.79c

(OUOV, r. f t s f 01 s', BROADCLOTH SHORTS : .I ,

Douglas,Issues p rletQuai\ \ \ : 'Win.1et ; '
H' O"'SE' : f
et.Cftt .r,3t,7f M o _
.., : 2 I --i; ,i! .
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Statement On spetUi\ ::
: :
a, ;, .,9C": .. ,$20 ,: Vif tt ..t. .v; .l' !.
r r tGrtt' J t r,$*': .kt.os ,
I I M" i ,(( S Si JR ., r b p.'ng.' .Athl.tic, Shirtt.' '. :41Q Knit Briefs. *JIff.
< \ 3 1 r : a 1 1fO" J30
!VRace$ \ ,. 1 e I FOR ;'.. 1C'1nte. wools\ '.3 fet 1.65 !fit I Re|. 3 'for ,2.05 ter
af '
It '. fabrics othersNew From stock famous ;,
11,1. 1 e f ,, a Itli\\ '% e newest blends' ...'d detalled" \ ,. our regular. Carp sown brami.BOYS'
prints \ \\ colotsi. \ .
\ t. tt .. to'jhrne e." tote\\\v' -
I 1 t f firs't tall Q"'ln, sc hOo\ td ';1)w'. fvU.fashlalled.6o.go'1' a,' r .. 1St s.'Vt tul, ge\ec1ion.; \ of 0 new nd ,\4Y2 to .. LONG SLEEVE i'ftf4

d'J1 tor'bnck'o' : t d'4ed (...1LftJ. R Fine' .eat $*cmr.nd-trim P t ;. ,'N: fe5 to \5.,8,10 t
(0'0''Q : heel 4f S l SHIRTSrI l.3L .?
OII'de ; '1 2. SP'ORT ,
In : Mewtjf'fafl shales w't ; -J&.4: 1

F hI Sites' 8 V2 ,t. n :krde

tit REG. 27c YD. ., ) viwui EN'5'NE\Y REG. 1.59 r W
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: 51 "
I .UI .ll
NRfEC' -QUALITY ; { 'i.'k": S' SAVE 59c t. :
Un leached 'Mus"'h ;:; t 1 i tr : t' '
U '. t : 1 Everyday fcssl seffers Sanforized printed broadcloth in many '. *W'- a.4 :
r 1 1I I '' c S earn ess.H :,. t.r ; at.2.99 each. new .fall wear Sizes t t j t
Out finest, quality strove -. ''I.1i ,6 to, 18. patteNOWrns' washback toschoolioysiiue .. JI! ,1
To' all,my friends In Starke and I firmly woven. jdeol for 5 YDS. .51 .. Fine i : 400 needle ,,1 'J 2' $5' .
1 ,1l '
surrounding territory: \ : i
!many .household uses.Printed sheer seamless, '
FOR .perfect f' t ,J JeansREG. '
!rfpr .
hid' thought very seriously ; quality every : .C : ::1 : : .
ab.. ut 'running 'for the position I Fine quality 8&square"' -
a'ir F ,
of Mayor of the ,City of Starke. Dish owe'ls.,1 p' guaranteed.Newest shades*. in a ,, ', made b' ,'ArnencQ.'s 'top'iriakers. t 1,.4? $| \
: '
I thought, about it.fid seriouslythat ,1 1't
I., .. sues ,8ft to ).It.. ,t ; Choose-f rema'worjd.; } T ;
I paid qualifying fee SAVE 49c .
KG. 35c Soft, absorbent r of stye\qia'rcqlojs! ? 1 s, ', :
fo 'faayor! to the city clerk at 'tetrY :'cloth. Seoytiful! .. % Sanforized denim:
c a ...Corppjefe"size range. sturdy 4.roomy pockets ,
3QO: o'clock: : August 11th. I ,screen, prints on 2' 8" .' zipper front Bar-tacked at points! j
haVe ,panted to fee 'the mayor white; background ; of I strain for long tough wear Sizes.
ofStarke since I was the age Women's- 4 to 12.

ot 112. This has been one of ; !
my:. 'ambitI ns. '. ,. ... ...,,.uN'S .MArCHED ,
*However,, when I went downtarquallfyI env Y we'19ht SPECIAL LOW PRICE. i, ,; ; '
acted during a mom -I $ ork 7 Boys' Polo Shirts : I
nt,of ill feeling ,toward our! Fine 24>ar rayon Iric l. Shadow panel, 'i.'' Jl 79c VALUE 1>4 '

p rjaent mayor I suppose nome 4-gore .jfor.better fit. 'Nylon bodicewith'nylon i ;( : Crew neck, abort F $ t t I \
is 'perfect, but some are .. tlecT itylei.Hor-
; lace. overla Choose from p 't, borstal stripes end r
nearer than
being perfect "" '
fancy patttma 1
others, I made the mistake of I REG 3 styles in pyre white sizes 32 to 44 ,, x. 'Bo Sizes 4 to 11
putting. my. personal ambitionahead y.tg Ifav. "
of -progress of the City I
of 'Starke This is the first 2.Dar :;; :.... JR. BOYS' CORDUROY -
Women's Tried lits .s : :302.
t\Ej.\ .to 74 this since all of my tom Y wo shobfe s : :.. ., r t .1. : v
friends' ;Reeled me to the city ayon 9 tufts r obocki d f0 o r',' ;;X ;. y'a ;: Sanitized, fulkut I elastic tegs. Bar k :$ < ,>, Sanf FOrfled va' ,' 2'", ', I

council;one ;year ago. tons Ton' cof ,, tacked of' points of,strain.-White, 5 .1 t l ion 9-lv earn; ''dyedD_ ura SLACK'S
I have' reasoned with myself si on d muh'c' r',:p ; k pink'or blue in-szes! 5, 6 and 7. ,!er' i tt l ,JIles I t % full' tut :$hiii' # I
on de. ar i
and 'honestly' believe at this 9r white l .to J7.
ound bock. f r 42. pond 9' REG. 1.49
time we are entering Into ont I >

#'council that It would be amisttke WomeN'sB1ouses : ,Boxer styli woistbani $1 !

-for me'to run for office :. 1> flannel ,Geld for warmth.
of mayor. These are the SI",3"6.CurtainPanels .
as01 siWe; have a water prob- 100 1 % DACRON REG.. '| AA RES. 66 : ,
}eqi that needs correcting Im- I- 2- MEN'S AHB40YS'WASH '
'1.99 199 '
: "
mediately. We are faced w.th 'N ;
tli*301 project The council 131| ttiI :IOYS HOODED

negotiating,with the Federal 'f Newest fall styles! in solid colors, and pants. Saxleys' .
Ivy League
Government to borrow monejto I : Jj: Sizes 32 to 38. P ARHAS

| Improve sewer' facilities $ .

\t t Tha wajer ceSs will to facilities city move:electrical, and the more City power.ac of I e % pan 1'kJi'ii' Sale!. New Fall Skirts 2MM 3" SPECIAL. 5' 99 !1 1I e fl I

i Sti *e'.8 ,progress? ahead 'by '! ix s. ,
\tl : \
I Famous flew wash 'n wear Glo- LOW.,'Ila I
least ten years.: It I had nm .42x8Mn. panel.'I1em 'a. .x / :
per REG'261 REG'3M Twist. Newest styling, tapered f, '
foT I honestly believe j .
legs. Smart new solid col !
would -have" won ,but I would'I med, ready 'to hang. 2.99 3.99 ors..Boys' ,sizes 6 to 18, Heavy cotton sateen,, mercirized! :> 'T..' ,
nQ'have a vote.,on these vital Washable, moth and men's sizes 29 te 36.. watir-fepiOtnt.. Bulky QUIlt Drt- ,\ ) .,
i saea 'as mayor. ,(The mayor mildew proof. skirttshe newes. ,styles slim ing. Easy ,zip-off hood. Concut,* ff; ,: "

doas trot ,have 'a ,vote). And skirts in a variety. .of j i; .d '+wrisHitt! ;Charcosl, blui end ': 1
solid colors
'Gnd r
co egnently, would jeopardize ,plaids p t nt s. Sizes r ontilopi in sizes 6 to 14. f
22 to 30. -
t t) .progress. If I had ,you WE -PAYROLL ,CHECKS JRH! ,
J >!fd'e had an appointed '

manto finish out my term. I FAMOUS' DAN RIVER :SHEETS71xlOSIU9 BOYS' r C. !
lUte ;to 'see a man elected! tooffice. '

Then know the general -| *" A A A' ''tWM", 209: ',' JI :See r Our Complete HewShoeflept, .. t i r

public wants his services., 71i99-Twit-r.mdJ.iO. Dulle-Rmd, t d t

If the-person an -a pointment would not was know made the., ,Pillow Cases .* .'.. '49c 4e 0)' '.GR.NDOPENINGSPECIAL! \. "

labor time and planning we'of Carps*.everyday.low. low, price on fine quality',sheets. ,!' 'WOMEN'S f.'CHILD Iitt3Q1 ed 4 r
N EN'.s qu SITUSConipositieat
.Uje Starke City Council ,have ,
r" : sales'crepe
put Into making these things VISCOSE. ifHROW' ,IU5. g, : t : soles. Black, antique '
possible.. Therefore, we, 'would f brown, burgundy and oth-
L9 ,
: REG. 2. $ : L : to'6.
not 'be .capable of making intelligent : :; irlilw'colorsPStt I
decisions l for the benefit Large 27x48Hn. Washable. Nonskid, back -

,of the city. Choose f'After ;lHook everything Into .PRS.

consideration< 'I' believe you, .the .2 5
r tx .REf. 2M. FOR Men1sShOOS 1r
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citizens xrtll JlRIG. t PAK ,
t ;.of our city go a- I : I
T PaNts
Jq'wJth.my thinking as you "o.s ralRlng -- ,
to the the ,
have pastWhen
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i next mayor's election,comes; upI 2, 650. .3A' .lizI 'IS. 622. .
will 'b$_more experienced And 20c : IESI3III \ FOR PA. ... $JY ID ,7tf
t more qualified for ',the"position, '
Double fabric: soft knit cotton Fine quality shoes withGood- i
and I will be available. During with triple 'fabric crotch. 7 .F1' Dress 'sport and casual;styles:,for women and 'children..,Latest year welt of wlconizedcon.
the remainder of 'my time on Covered ,elastic: waistband. I fail I..styling' and newest, colors I : Buy, now.fort'back- oJand!' struction, tytany smart 'styUs <
the coancli'lin\ 'do as I hive 'really.Mve'Complete! ,ji2etrange.: .. Ifl the Bcwcst fall Iors..
'White, in sizes'0'to 6. ? .
done_in the past, vote for,whateyerTftill ;- Szes lib to 11 ,
,help the people of 4 -- -' :
t ... _
Starke:and the .aid_. ,of helping ) co__ 1
the City to move forward to
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progress. -I am, therefore, putting r '
the 1 city- ,before myself CALL FOR fetus I One New Tandem' drive*diesel front andrearPower and delivered to,Starke, Florida.|.or equipment. which will years. lease Second year lease. 25% due ; may be seen at the y
t 'the Board of County. Com-, powered motor grader with steering :ted tot oper&tidn, \ represent the 'first years lease; Balance do January 10.. U6i.. ,on January 1.Un., ; Barn, in Starke. Florida,
which la Nvhat I ahould'do..COUNCILMAN rdiealonera ot Bradford County constant mesh transmission; all Power' shtft motdboard '' .. -th- above eqniptnent will 'b"eontracjted f One Huber WareoHoler Fourth years Uaae ( I
Florida, will receive sealed 'standard equipment >as shown 11S Horsepower I for 'Third years )ease ,25% dueoa ; The Board reserves t t ,
Minimum und t.a leave Qrader. t.D 115, Serial Xa. 4 DQ The Second bid en ike same :
at 10:00 o'clock, on the ton mannfacturers notification I Electric Starting pur*ase agreement "* and the .-m 4 ,_ ..'' piece pi equipment will,be "paid January 1x,19$4.Balance to reject any, and 'all ))ldl ;
\V rAy1: E.1XDUGLAS.. of September 5. 1X1. in tid8//, and:Including the folfow. Be. '' )'( scerifier. ht t1'oO 1b ,"Board. ,win reqnlr rwonblda' 1-3' on January if, ISC, Second for In the t t WInp..rduner. .. due po ,Janual'J" .10' ..(OFFICIAL. SEAL)
'. courtroom, in the IS' Mol4board without :i i t' The first bid will be the I years teaae First year's l u eT25Vpf' the 1915. 'Fourth years 1M1Ie. *< Tcharies! A...Darby. .
1 .'_ (Adv.) or'the. following: 14:00"" X 34 tube' 'type ttlret.. .. '..'Machine to 'be painted wife ftadeEln! of the,.lonowII'\ lese i, M-J: .on. Ja&u&rr.; 10"IIU.;Third. total 'due. o':.Jan u mlT 1t94i." Taeegatpaset.... .to..tra4ed, ;1s.-'.Clerk -..li, 6
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t the appliance store had appeared has received several complaints -",, government-however, can still New Carp'sStore !Property Deeded i county. The first ramp was AT THE TABERNACLE I

City Water% Taste before council earlierto of policemen puttng: condemn the property it is 1 : I Delectable Cusine recently completed on Little 1
II I For : Services over the weekend I
request loading space. moiiy in parking meters If deems it necessary. Sets Sampson Lakei Santa Fe Lake in cooperationwith j
The zones are to be used by requested to do so by indi In a st"aetion CouncilmanCarl I'' 1 'Too Much For i! the Florida Game & j! at'the Gospel Tabernacle inj .

Odor Laid any person having anythlr viduals.. She said the practice i Hurst asked council to t *** ; Clerk of the Court Chanes Fresh Water Fish Commission. j eluded Blessings in Me),).,ge

".* to load or unload from a has been criticized to her, and :, discuss setting a policy on city j Grand: Opening i Hungry ThievesThieves A. Darby has received a letter and Music and a report ty
V i.I asked Assistant Police Chief: fire trucks going outside tile I ; I Mrs. Florence Hipple on her
downtown the
store. #- like everyone ; from R. P. Entzminger, manager -
To Chemicals I stipulated. Council has bic Cornelius Moore see that the. : city limits when called. Hurst I The management of Carp's, : else, have: to think of their !I of the timber department Blood Donors I vacation trip to Winona Lake

, .. perogatlve to establish zones practice is stopped. t j ,said he'did not want to set a'' Inc., W\$\Headquarters*' rS ,In.St. ', stomachs first, ana three of of Container Needed For I Indiana Bible Conference,
I Corporatioa of Youth For Christ, Moody Institute -
..". wherever they deem it neces "It's just' fine when money! policy as yet but would like to I Louie, Mo. announces that le- them, were doing just that I
Continued. from Page One] sary. is put in the meter for you" hear other board member's when they broke into the America, Fernandina Beach, David BrowningBlood i and others.
I I : Visitation to shut-ins will
modelling'of the local store
"Lots of businessmen need views on the topic. He said it is stating that deeds have been
: Mrs. Johns stated "But it's a ., have of D. A. Griffis in LawI
jfines. It is now necessary to I now complete,, arid a grand I be included in the week's
loading zones. Councilman I I different the cost the city around $75 o last afternoon. executed the .
when '
story tey unday ; conveying neces- donors are neededfor 1
put-in almost'22 pounds daily sale is scheduled activities ,and special servieeare
opening .for
Ruby Johns stated "I think! send a truck outside the city ; took of fried i
I IIt's policeman puts money innmffine's They. a mate property to the coaiity who l is
: e said. compared to two I next weksCarp's sary David Browning [ being planned for the near
time we find: a solution to whether it. sprays any water 'j chicken, of I I
-pothidddaily for the old well. the meter down the or not.Mrs. Inc" recently added a, pan biscuits.'I'I' for a boat ramp on Cypress ', critically ill in St. Vincent's future at the Tabernacle.
problem. street.: It was Mrs. Johns' contendon I 1 and one upside Run at Lake.
:..,: esnt. said it will be 31 of the former Olen Store3 Sampson ,,
i I Jacksonville.
"I'm not in favor of Hospital
private for dessert. As afterthought
th< t. if all an -
,persons are The deeds will be \
'ftecessary to test the wate in to their organization last April presented j SEVENTH DAY
parking but I realize that treated alike and favors Marv Klein the three hungry I Anyone wishing to donate
I no to the Bradford
't1et 25 more places to letermliie 1,and it has, taken 'until now' I County Commission j ADVENTIST CHURCH
: business has to be transacted bandits black' 'I blood do by contactingthe i
also so '
grabbed may
dl'm'" for that a !
anyone no at its next
exactly the extent of I Dies to remodel these units and! I regular !
Ine"tifty's water problem aj-d, i i and merchandise has to be" cr1tb'Iniq couM! be mad SuddenlyAt C..dispose of all the Olen mer- :; billfold containing $60 to j meeting the Container Of-I'|' Blood Bank at the Brad- : Sabbath School tSaturda>I

thatlhe would report agi'n I moved in and out of stores, Nt" Attorney George'! Pierce, HospitalMrs. : chandise. ,These new units are I $!O. ; ficial said. ford County Hospital each 9:33: a. m. Morning Worship:

j&tojmaking: t the testa.p I Council Chairman J. D. Doyle informed the council the located in Alabama, Florida According to neighbors, I The Cypress Run ramp will week day Monday through 11 a.m. Located between Wj-
stated. Smith Klein 6C. the bandits, two white men : Friday.'frOm 10 a. m. to 12 Griffis
yj&Slns Zone Problem federal government is condemning Mary Mississippi Louisana and be the second ,in a series thit I son Road and Loop.
=At" the request of Sam Driveway Construction'In eight inches of r'ty .. of Route 1, Lawtey. died uoon Georgia.. and.a woman, were driving : the commission' hopes to noon, or in the* afternoon by I:I E. 1,.' Marley: pastor. Phone

Rosenberg, local businesman.r. another policy, makmg nrowrtv alone the allev e- arrival at a local hospital, i I The remodeling included 1961 Chevrolet with red seat : establish. every lake In the I appointment. I 964-1324. I

:$. loading zone at his store i, statement Tuesday'nlqht., 'twPen the xvst office' and A.t- Monday morning after-a sud extensive interior I covers.' I .

pn the corner of Call and1'hompson : : council decided the city will 1ent .buildines. ,along, with .den.attack. I rating and the re-df'CO-j I

[ Sts., council henceforth provide the labor the nronorty of Plumber Cqrl'Riti'1t. Mrs Klein was born in I II '" ,
j complete shoe department Thomas
decidj I
to build drive-ways to tri ident.s Hogsed
a The Brooklvn. N. y April ?2.
.ed $fchat businesses co dfmeed pro 'on r as well as a complete men's
Downtown area had to have''I! home as far as Viecity's nertv is nart of a t>roi>o road right-of-way Dies I
exists Sunday
space to.load and unload, and |I!I if said residents furnishes to be bnilt when the 'of Bradford CountY for the I A large, decorative

Established two such zones for : the materials. Poct. offfr.e'Is.. remodelled. past six years.. She was a I I design.was placed on the frontof I.I.I .

,public use. ; The citv owns a two foot mernlvr of the Christina the building. Thomas Slagle Hogsed Sr., 20 Words or less ,one time......__ .83 Memorials\ Resolutions __" .'-- 5e per' word

':One loading zone was established That policy was maie when,, r ffht-of-wav down the allev.I. Church. The management announces 1, 74, of Miami died in a hOspital I If not paid in advance _______ 1.60 (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ._, ...._ 2.50
Councilman Carl Lamar Johns Pierce said. in which natural She il; survived bv her hus I
on Thompson Street., that Carp's will carry only? :. there Sunday Keyed or Blind Ads .___ 1.00 Over 50 words __--.:. ,_ :5c per word
stated that many people have lines installed. Gas band. Charles R. Klein. of
3Jy 'Rosenberg's business; one i I asked him if the city would Suot. Oscar' Davis was unableto ,La"xtev. and one daughter, first quality merchandise, not after an extended morni'1g'I'I', Each additional word over 20 05, Display ads in Classified' _____- 1.50 per Incfa .
meter is to be removed. lue"jfecojil necessarily high priced, but Born in Franklin; N.
zone where a second I furnish both material and ten definitely whether the Mrs. Florence McKinney of I strictly first quality regardlessof April 7, 1887 he had lived in FOR SALE Electric Steel $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I HASTINGS MATTRESS ,
labor. Johns requested that .. '-
meter is to be removed, is on condemned property would Gainesville. price. Miami for the past 30 years Guitar and amplifier. Very WE LOAN MONEY TO '
this be clar1fi d. held rood condition $60. Can be & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
interfere with the gas lines or Funeral services were
.corner. : of Call and South Carp's now \ perates 34 where he was a produce buyer. CONSOLIDATE BILLS
No More Meter Favors not. Council. however; decided at 3 p. m. Thursday in Jones seen at Bullinrton's Studio. '710 Lemon St. Palatka \
vWalnut Streets by McOnff'sjjjeneral stores in Missouri and Illinois I Surviving is one daughter. tfchg. And MakeHOME' \
Councilman,Ruby Johns also' to protest the condemnation Memorial Chapel with Rev. --- I Furniture Repaired, Up
Electric Appliances. in addition to the: the
'I '31 in Mrs. Dameron Black Jr. of IMPROVEMENTSPhone
said Tuesday night that bIle I as is i1.$ 'right. The federalUSTOMB1LT Bob Badgett officiating. Burial I $250 TO $500 A MONTH\ I bolstered & Refinished
G. iT,< McGriff Sr., owner of southeast. "It has always Atlanta, Ga.; formerly of THAT IS WHAT MANY TOP 969-1631

J- --- :- .. --- --- was in the Santa Fe,Cemetery been the policy of Carp's to ; Starke. and a son. Thomas S. EARNERS MAKE WITH NA- Bradley 'Construction Co. !MATTRESSES REBUILT (

}o. under. the Funeral direction Home.of DeWittC. support every worthwhile I Hosed ,.Jr. of Starke; two 'TIONALLY ADVERTISED $ $ $ $ $ $ $ New Innersprings

Jones cause ,in each town where we I sisters. MrsTirza Edwards of WE'RE WASKINS OFFERING PRODUCTS. NOW TilE and Box Springs I

have a store" the announce- I Miami and Mrs. Kate Pass of SAME OPPORTUNITY TO A HEALTH FACTS Drop Us A. Card, or: Call ,'.,
Gold head Snot.. ment said. The store guaran I inesville, N. 'C. RELIABLE :MAN OR WOMAN Since Chiropractic care restores FALATKA EA 5-9166 ,

I To tees everything sold, and will Funeral services were held IN TillS AREA. NO EXPERIENCE methods health even after other STARIE'9645934MRS.PEGG' .
Speaks RotaryZ. OR INVESTMENFNECESSARY. have failed you will \
gladly cash' all payroll checks I at 2 D. m. Wednesday in Jones WRITE: MR.T. save both time and money SHALLER.l

: .W. DeLoach, superintentl- without charge. j I Memorial Chanel with Rev; : F. CARD WATKINS PRO i bv consulting vour Chiropractor : Stark, Agent iMMflMiMBMMMHMMMHMVMMiMM
I Bob Regan, who has been j J. H. Mabrv officiating Bur'al DUCTS. INC. 659 W. P'TREE first. Workmen Compensation HV *
L ent of Gold Head Branch Cases accepted.Bollinser '
ST.. N. E., ATLANTA 8, \
with the FOR
il State Park. was guest speaker Carp organizationfor | was in Pine Grove Cemetery GEORGIA. Stchg 8-31 Clinic 426 N., Walnut Riouse Trailer
) many years,,most recentlyat :, near Raiford. under the direction ii i-_ j UP Can be moved to vou?own lot, '
II at the Club WednlJI _
Rotary !;- J. B. White Phone 964-1651, I
I! : and concluded his ta'k Rochelle, HI., is the man- i of DeWitt C. Joaes FOR SALE 10 cu. ft. West- i- Ito, ,
ager of the Starke store, and I Funeral Home. inehouse!: Refrigerator. Good ; FOR SALE-1958 Ford. 4-door I t
.. II i with a film showing the attractions I Condition. H. G. Bollinser. hard too.Solid white Six cv-
,. .. invites the public to' come in FOR RENT 4 -room furntsh-
: : of several state ,Phone 964-2881. 426 N. W- I linder stick shift. Excellent I house at 303 8. Water St. Mis.
; parks in this -area and get acquainted during BLOOD DONORS -nut. HP condition. Ph. 964-2881. H. G. I O. L Havnes. Sr. _Itchr_ I
the grand opening sale. THANKEDThe Bellinger 426 N. Walnut. UP
: I The .speaker said< that a LIvIiNBEAUTIFUL
family of Julian E. FOR SALE Jumbo Easy-Lift
hOMES : special effort is made to make
i I house trailer hitch. Sacrifice.:
Fralick of Lawtey wish to
express -
Gold Head Branch attractivefor 2tchg 8-24
Pox 565 Starke.
1 rent by week or month. 3 bedroom :
r I family groups, and decltn- Texas against exciting county their deep appreciationto electric kitchen. dock!I II !

I\ ed that facilities for camping fair backgrounds and the those who donated blood Keystone Heightson I and picnic shelter. Phone 533-'Ready mix FOR concrete SALE, concrete

I i swimming fishing, and boat- dramatic contest ring of the during their time of need. I Lake Geneva 2541 or 964-6461. tfchg block cones, fence posts sand.

: oJ" i, ing are as fine as can be found i famed Chicago International Mr. Fralick is now at home : FURNISHED APARTMENT cement mortar mix. rock steel
in the state. Livestock Exposition. and on the way to.reco.trf. I I A Most Unusual HOUSE FOR SALE oyster shell limerock and roof
I due to this kindness. HOMENow Six apartments, 21 rooms, 5 gravel. Phone. 964-2521. tfchg
[ For family that cannot
: Built by Bradford Building Supply" any I baths. Two blocks from P.O. Bradford Engineering Co.PEYTON .
( :''take a prolonged' and expeir- UnderConstruction 210 N. Cherry. See owner: -
", !lye vacation Mr. DeLoich J. R. Bullington. tithe FLORIST

:; DIVISION OF LA RUE CORPORATION'e i I-day recommended trips to various series parks of one-in j/+ "*. .* '. This the discriminating home will appeal buyer.Be to. GARAGE APARTMENT. fur- 119 PHONE S. THOMPSON'9614155 ST.-
Contact S69-102J
? nished. One bedroom. NIGHT 964-3891 or
the Gold Head '
-. .' area including 'tr the early looker and Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241 S. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
I hear Keystone O"Leno south I t lucky buyer.Charles Water St.. Ph.964-7434. tfchg Wire Flowers Anywhere
of Lake City, and Little TalDot There's real "magic" ..... + 'WalleniusOwner tfchf .
Island, and Fort Clinch In I 3 : FOR SALE- Admiral 17 inch
t 1Im' ,- in Gulf' Life's 4 -Builder portable T. V.: 9x12 oval
the Fernandina *
AUTHORIZED BUILDER area. ___7 ,. Adapt-A-Plan 4192 I braided linen rug. pad: folding FOR SALE: 3 different kinds
'. The speaker was introduced t 4" _Keystone Heights_ i l bed; and springs:1: oak of clover seed. Pensacola ,seed,
tI.:, I by E. L. Matthews, who had _* LEARN TO FLY Contact buffet mirror: 4 oak dining and several different kinds
charge of the program. I +t .. Lacy Conway. phone 9b4-4051. chairs: mahogany bedroom I of hay. J. B. White. phone
,t' til .. '* .. suite: manv other items. 566 9641651. 4tchg 9-7
4 tfchg i
I 4. 4 of. N. Walnut St. Ph.
I Park Theatre t .. 9692991.IIP FOR RENT. SALE. OR LEASE
to 40 $ $ $ $ $ $ $I
I I 3' bedroom modern house on
.. L -Ie -t + '* WE LOAN MONEY TO WE HAVE a new loan program' Bavless HUhwav Just off I
It's love at' first sight at t CONSOLIDATE BILLS for farmers. Loans of 1 to .5 Highwav 16. Contact Jack F.

thePark, Theatre this Sunday. And Make years for the entire 'credit requirements Carter HY6-3101 Lake Butler:.
Monday, and Tuesday in AD APT A'PLAN Gulf Life HOME IMPROVEMENTS of the farmer and or Box 233. Lake Butler.
I' .4 i _2.*:hg 3-24
"Tomboy And The Champ" +; 4 ADAPr.A I Phone 969-1631 his family. Gainesville Production -
"when a honey-haired boie- PLAN @ Bradley Construction Co. Credit Association, 620 WORTH THE TRIP
eyed 13-year-old Texas ranch can 1 p *' I North Main Gainesville Fla. !Mobile\ Homes Always
__ \\ Fits your .. 1 $ $. $ $ $ $ $ 'tfchg
girl 'wins a calf at,the county sonpaddle 40 \\ changing .. r- below market, and clean.
I fair. your 4 needs + In accident cases you can save I LAKE GENEVA ,
I 4 both time and money 11 you COLONIAL '
I' Candy Moore Is starred in his see vour Chiropractor first. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.'I TRAILER PARK
I the movie her first .big-tune; Workmens Compensation cases Flowers wired any place. Flow-i 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts. 1

I i screen debut* as charming ASK ABOUT IT TODA accented. Phone your Chiro- ers for all occasions locally.I on Route 100,
own nractor now for appointment.Bellinger Phone 964-6291. 506 East
I young tomboy who overcomes 0 E Clinic. Phone 964- Nona St. tfchg I WANTED RIDERS to Cecil
every adversity to. make her PlV 2331. 426 N. Walnut Starke. I I Field 5 days week. Leave
I scrawny calf an international 2m, FOR SALE: Large corner residence Starke 7 a. m. arrive Cecil
,grand champion. Gulf Life AwwtWMMff f :( \ ): SALESMAN WANTED lots on Call St. 3 and i Field 7:30.: Leave Cecil Field,,
of courthouse. Phone 9643081.I
Wt( J blocksest 5:30: p. m.
The movie was filmed in Founded 1911 ..Horn* Office, Jacksonville Florida 1\ One of Florida's leading Terms.. Floyd Green Ph. 969-.I during day or 964-6044 after
I colordeep in the heart of I L combination Life Insurance.i 2942. UP Go.m. tfch: -

u i II Comnames a man living has an in ooeningfoi Starke FOR SALE: Mahogany comer I

NOT SHELL! NOT PREfAB! I who desires an income of $100 I, step table and 1 step end .-
''a week. If vou are married. table plastic tops. $15. Phone ;&SalesIP&rte.
high school graduate and between
... ltD
.. 964-7691.
the are of 25 and 45 :"

CUSTOM BUILT ON YOUR LOT PLACE ,' i with! rood character YOU: FOR RENT-Furnished apart
i 1; ; > ., Th'j.; I j should reolv to P. O. Box 372: ments. Reasonable rates. Near ServfeeI ,

ORDER N W. i. Lake 752-2991.City. Fla.Lake. or City call for phone in-, shopping center. Phone 969-I, '. .

I ; YOUR I I.tflhiew. Stchg 811I 1. 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry COLUMBIA SAW CO/*

NO DOWN PAYMENT : I MOTHERS. do vou need extra St.;[Shell Oil Co. Office.. ] tIthe I'I p Lake City, Fla. i I

money to keep children In BE SURE to see WORLD I ... ,
; : .... '. school or college? Pleasant BOOK before buying any encyclopedia. : ':
FOR -, : $ $ $ $ $ $ I
I 12 YEAR profitable Dart time employ M. A. Payne your .
FINANCING! : ."" ment will do it. Write Avon 1956. WE LOAN MONEY TO
A.I! .' Mur. Mrs. Mabel Gore P. O. local representative CONSOLIDATE BILLS I
; : Box 3617 University Station. Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg And Make

| CHECK THESE FEATURES '- : NEW : i evy your Gainesville.home and Give phone direction number.2t to. .HOME IMPROVEMENTS '

8 -17 Phone 969.1631 t
tJ. LuinberSale.Wrecking Construction Co. \
Finished Homes WOMAN.Pleasant
Completely MAN OR
.. $ $ $ $ $ $ j \
Ready To Live In profitable route >work. Full er
f )
i. PICK-W Dart time. Large repeat orders.
J Monthly Payments Low As Those For Comparable Shell TRUCK Earn $2.50 per hour or more. at FARM .
}'.' Full jor cart time. Ase no bar-
See Model At (SHOWING IN WEEKS rier. Write McNESS CO.. Box Equipment/ 762Plowing
: HomesToday ... ) > 2766. DeSoto Station. Memphis Camp Blanding *; ..""
1\' : 2. Tenn. 2tp 8-17 I'laIdfDc


., ... One of Florida's leading combination 2x8's -,2x128 up to 22 Equipment For Every Job'/.
- - IIIII-! S S i Life Insurance Com Superior Tractor Co
1- ;
'j: I C FULL pany's has an opening for a feet long. .,r"
living in Starke who desires -
.M ,
I. an income of $100 per
: :t': o. I I 400 W. Madison Street week. If .vou are married high SELLINGCHEAPl 5353 W Beaver. Jaeksonri24MOTOROLA .
; '
/J. : : school graduate: and betweenthe
.Coupon |Starke, Florlda! : I 1 U PRICE! aze of 25 and 45 with good PORTABLE
: character you should.reply to STERO player with stand and
1 Name P. O. Box 372. Lake City 40 long play records toe only
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,.:- ,'----------I Florida or can phone 752-2991. 1159.95. onlY $10.00 down Jot

;ToddyI I I Address ._________"____. __'___.___________ 'I' Lake City for Interview. PHONE 964-4001 Dahmer's TV & AnJ1an O
,.,,, 8-10 3t 8-24 Center. 112 East Call St. H
":. -; ....8'.i ',' -
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i I Direction If Route :. : ;;: t' I'r ,'I FOR RENT-,-2-bedroom house JACKSONBuilding 4tchgFOB 8'24'
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'-. 6V mi. north of Starke on *
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GET ___ ._ 'i I II Hiwar 16.-J. Tg Gaskins. Rt. ROOF :
? -? ------------------------- ---- DOCKS. woax.-.
I 'I f 2, Box 93. starke., Fn. 964-
: ;. .. '. tfchg GENERAL REPAIRS
10NTHE 01 own, my It.. ___, _f______-;-_;_____"______ 1 1513 Supply,:'._. CALL
: GROUND .1| Q Please send Literature -- -' .,. -..- ..... I I. I rent. Suitable for year 'round StarkeWILL 533-2072 .or P. O. Box. .,It,
I I living Ph. Gainesville. FR2- Starke.' 4tehx 8-21
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"7; ::- I !'- 't"- \. t FOR REN'l'-&zWl furnished
s :J : KEEP CHILDREN reasonable i ..
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ cottage. Suitable foj count
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I WE LOAN MONEY TO No nets or children. Mrs.. L.
"" Ph. 9640863. 2to 8-17 : D. Vlning. Phone 964-0971. Up
: now taking
:i HOME IMPROVEMENTS reserva- furnished house Circulating
Uons. Can 964-9374. Registration heater. Klnzsley Lake. Winter

gay FOR ESSENTIAL HOUSING: ., v. s. 301 NORTH :. _S4RKE, FLA t 1 Bradley Phone.969.1631t Construction Co. I Sect.and 1 from open 9 house a. m.Aug.to 5 311 n.i Johns Rates. Ave.Mrs.. Jacksonville.Bence. 2223 >>-t.

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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUG.. 17, 1961let's >1:,. J\.' :-,
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: room. thorough soaking,once,a week. rooms" agement: MrsA;Ernestine Denmark y .; sugar As per case Ne. 8263. Engine No. PiT U5i'35 ,
H. 1961 at StarkeBtadtord,
I ,: j jf the leaves are heavy" With Don't Cause Shock.Don't Plants.that will growtojullsunlight J..Bt White,tells,me.he hasmade 'Alaett. FosterCQ.fJes.H&rdy, .. .. f One 1949 Mercury 4-door, 196lJtcene 1 Tag No. 10-46004 County, Florida.
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$ GoBy grime.-' use soapy water, a soft use cold water, as 1: include Codiaeum,I some good hay this MrSf J E. Hardy f 9CM236670.No. 45-2059 .D. No. named Asthe.propertyf defendant, and the that above on _. -. 7-7 It S-17

cloth and a gentle touch. Rubbing shocks the plant. A small Dracaena Picus--,Philodendron year.-."I. got in some Coastal UraPegge'ShallerJ4r: One Gasoline' Water. Poml'make"Clinton. .the 4 day of Sept., 19?1 between NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
I lta-y-stilne 2?{ h. : Ser1afNo. the -
) too hard will cause In- dash of water frequently selloum and Sanseviervia. Bermuda, without rain on alt." .;Owen Vaughn 7612709 C Model p No.: 'legaFhours'o'clock in of the sale,forenoon namelyolevtn REGISTER Notice -FICTITIOUS XA.MEJ
is that
hereby given
Gardening jury t makes the plant Jh1serabIe.I Plants that will tolerate dry e'sa 1d. He'a1s has combinedsome' : WIUjSTd Mrs W. Williams D. Thomasltt'r_ A2199:2100 Three: 100 : and ..two.'clock In the afternoon the undersigned: undec the previsions -
pound ,
Slightly dusty foliage will I Often the,soil in the bottomof soils are Bromeliads nate) '. .. Three gas cylinders. at ,twelve o'clock noon on r of Chapter 20,953! Lawsof
t Pan- S=1 Clover, White,, Clover -; 2-lb. cans of Flelsch- said day. at the South Door of Florida. Acts of 1941. will
/ ,sparkle if polished with a the container becomes dry, danus, Peperomia. Sansevieria In, testimony'' whereof, I here mann's' yeast 780"Ibs sugar. As the' Court. House 'in Bradford register. with the Cirrk of the
Crimson Clover and Pen- unto .subscribe my name and per case No. 8264. County, Florida, I will.offer for r
Bervey Sharp flannel cloth. Plant "* Circuit Court, in and for Brad-
4 causing the plant to wilt or .and Scindapsus. < Cause the seal of the said town '(SEAL) sale and sell to the highest bid
Florid' AfiiculturalExtension' available at the garden I die. Keeping the plant roots For complete list of house sacola Bahia seed.J. 3th t* be day'hereunto of August affixed, A. D.this, 1961.the Clerk Charles Circuit.A. Darby court der for cash, in hand, the above., ford County.of. proof: Florida of publication upon receipt oft -
Service supply stoie. But before you soggy with water will plants R: Wainwright has fine OFFICIAL SEAL) described property of said de- I this notice the fictitious name
.. kill contact your county a Bradford County. Florida : fendaat, to satisfy said xe-1 I''Of."THE SHOE RACK". under
use them, be sure to read the them. '' agent. Ask for Farmers Bulletin field of Argentina BaTda' he Attest William; T.'Jackson, Mayor 8-10. 2t i-17 I *cut P ion.: D. .Reddish '" J j:i whicn'twe' are engaged in business

i '..Foliage plants are like.pea- directions.The Most foliage plants groW No. :1872, House Plants. P1&n.sto combine for Merrill, Edwards,' City Clerk 'Small ClalMa Court, ,Ur.droraj Sheriff, Bradford County I Starke.at Fla.Charlie m. N. Walnut, St.
ple proper watering ef well at temperatures seed. :v S -11 at. '-8 County; Florida By: Jean Wainwright D. S.
-they, too, need a i &th. between -----. No.478 I R Oaks 208 Pratt

Plants won't tolerate a daily: plants is more important than i 60 and 70 degrees. Therefore, Ia The Board. NOTICE of County Commissioners Local Finance Company. ., Inc:, 810 4t 3-31 St.Mathls. Starke, 1(43, Fla.N. W.and 14th Stanley Ave., I
in County 118 North Walnut.
scrub-down but take on a I giving them a bath. Too rig summer protect the plants Fop Bradford.radee' Court. la .lad, Bradford County, Starke: Florida; Plaintiff va XOTICC OF IXTRVnaX TO Gainesville Fla owners. r.
; from being broiled alive 're County, Florida. Florida will sell to the highest 'Frank Goodwine and Linnie Mae REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Dated this 26th day "of July. I
healthy luster with an occasional a drink or none at all spells sun rays. by KIn deceased: Estate: ot John B..'Mc- bidder at 12:00 o'clock noon, on Good wiDe Route 2, Box 35-J I Notice Is hereby given that; A. D. 1961. Starke. Bradford I
II In winter. don'troast OTICE'TO : Tuesday. September S, A. D., Starke Florida. i: the undersigned under the provisions j County._ Florida '
leaf In general most CREDITORS I T-27 4t 8-17
washing. Dirty disaster.
the'plant. roots by placing AU credito.aof nil the following described at NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE: of Chapter 20,953. Laws,
ally in an otherwise spotless house plants require a John B. McKay, estate Of the. County Jail: I, Florida.. Acts of 1941. will'register i :'
the Notice is that
hereby given
container Y&d1. deceased i
on a heteby- notified are orie- U' multiple tube condenser. with the Clerk of the Cir- $ $., $ $ $ $ $
. ator.Plants Our Soil e Our Strength. fie any claims an\or\! required dem&Rdli to As per, case No. 82(1. To be P, D.County Reddish, Florida Sheriff, under of Bradford and- cuit Court, ,in and for Bradford WE LOAN MONEY TO I
sold for junk only. of \
which County. Florida reeetpt t
I they may have by virtue of a writ of, Execution upon !
are also like against BILLS
people said estate in the Three 100 pound gas cylinders Small proof of publication of this notice CONSOLIDATE
heretofore issued
in that they like county officeof the I. : 12 S-gallon Jugs. As per out I the fictitious' name of ,
REGISTER NOW their food Judge;ot Bradford County caseiJo.: Claims Court, Bradford County, And !Make !
i served at regular intervals. Soil ConservationN At,Starke Florida Florida, In ,the, co"rthou Four Butane 8261. gas tanks; 12 in the above styled following cause, I
I The best suggestion on feed- E'WS8J talentat'mo.tka from within the eight date S-gallon glass Jugs. As per case perty levied, upon to-wit the pro- at Rt. 1 Box 12-A. Starke ,FIa.E .Phone 969-1631
FOR EVENING CLASSESClasses ing plants is to follow the directions I et notice the first Each publication- claim of this No.Ont 8262.- 1951 2-door Ford 1961 One (1) 1959 Pontiac four L. Marley.Sole Rt. f Box 1Z-A.1!i i Bradley Construction Co. !
I or demand I Starke owner. 1
on the container. Use Bill Haas state must the be in Mace writing and must Fiorlfia No.:"B1A7-139840!: license No ;45-1656 545 pounds Serial door Title sedan Certificate No. 5334959 j Dated this 26th day of July, A, j $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ..i
a complete fertilizer or residence and .
in tabletor
Put office address 1
available adult married students of the claim
are to any powder form.If ant and must be sworn to by
or anyone 16 years of",age who is not enrolled in the there are no directions The District' roto-cycic the claimant, his agent or his
on mower is "red hot". attorney or it will become void
day-school program. the container, mix one tea- Everyone according to law.
'I is wanting to use it. If you July 31, 1961.

Negro students'will attend the R. J.'E. High School :':I fertilizer spoon of in a complete one quart garden of have weeds and heavy growthin Administratrix(8) Anna C. of Drew;;the Estate of INKIER. ELECTRIC Inc6

(,Starke). :1! water. Apply jkis strength your pasture, it will pay John First B. publication McKay deceased.'.Au ,
you to mow. Some of the folks ust 10. "
White students will attend the USO Building and solution every two to four who have used foe District'smower 8-10; 4t 1-31 "

the Bradford County'High School (Starke). !I weeks.Tips On Troubles are: Tom Crawfoid, 1 234+-' N. Temple Ave. Phone. .964-4081.

George Anderson J. B. W!11t -
You May, Obtain A County Diploma i! cultural University Experiment of Florida Station Agri- dead James Waters, and L. la Of The Bradford County City""'e',* Florida Court 21 J Years 'Your Servant -- Hotpoint Dealer

L. Norman. Mowing for tne In Re: Estate of Jaaob J. .
(Based credits) :
upon researchers give these tips en Leanhouts. .Deceased
purpose of weed control NOTIE TO CREDITORS
Or A State DiplomaBased i diagnosing plant troubles. and maintaining succulent All persons having claims .r .
Brown tips or burned margins demands ugalnst I the estate *f
( upon passing the General Educational Development to leaves mean too much fer- forage is necessary to pastuie Jacob J. Leanhouts, deceased
are hereby notified and
management. required
Mowing saould
'4 Tests). tilizer, you've let the plant to file their claims in the officeof
be at height of 3 to 5 inches the County Judge of Brad-
A HIGH ,SCHOOL DIPLOMA IS A NECESSITY roots dry out or you've let ford County Florida In the
I the plant become wind burned. Lucian Conner used the County court House at Starke.
TODAY IF YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. I Yellowing and dropping of District's rolling weed chopper Florida within eight calendar
months from the date 'of the
You progress at your own speed through individualized I leaves 'indicates. soil ,:"pf gas to cut down the heavy first publicatin of this notice
growth In some of his rough or the same will become void
fumes, Poor
Instruction.REGISTRATION. over-watering,, according to law. This August
I drainage or poor,soil! aerationSmall pasture. 7, 19(1. '
-' First Publication August 10,
FEE: $2.00. ,.pef' course' for: the leaves suggest tight 'or The Keystone Golf and 1961.S '
school I i heavy soil mixture, lack of Country Club used the District; ( ) Cornella Leanhouts MitchellAs I
: Administratrix of the Estate
_...: term.FREE t fertilizer, root-rot, or poor root cultipacker to improve Ube .of Jacob J. Leanhouts, deceased.
TEXTBOOKSA systems. Yellowing, wilting ,or condition of the fair-ways. Hollis V. Knight
Starke. Florida
I soft growth means too much Lindsey Walker is supervising Attorney for Administratrix
refundable deposit is charged for textbook. I
any I,heat or root injury. the improvement progran. 8-19 4t x-31
The student must,, furnish all expendable supplies: ,.
I Small leaves and long inter- Stopped to talk with Walter NOTICE OF ELECTIONI
paper, notebook, pen, pencils, et cetera. William T. Jackson Mayor c i ii
nodes are signs that the plants B. Martin the other day. We of the city of Starke, Florida d iI i

CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED FOR: MONDAYS, are growing with too little got around to talking abjut by virtue of the authority vested ci I I
in me by law, do hereby aHan
light or the temperature too pastures, when he remarked I
.TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and THURSDAYS. Election, t* be held at the
high for the. plant.If "My cows have got more grass Fire Station, In the aforesaid i i I

BASIC SUBJECTS'h1t ) OTHER SUBJECTS I you are Just starting a than they can sleep in." We Tuesday town by, September'Qualified Voters 12, A.,, D on:, j

}MONDAYS house plant projecthere are have been having good wf'lther' 19(1, for the purpose of electing !
the following officers: I

American History ((7-10)-',) ','Jjfrchanical r Drawing ((7:90-940)) I some era. suggestions on contain for conservation the grass to farm grow.A plan MAYOR GROUP -4 F-r One Two Alderman Years. ,

two years.
TUESDAYS Watch Drainage was developed for Arthur r I GROUP 5. One.. Alderman,

English ((7-10)) Business English (7:30-9:30) Wooden tubs are. excellent Gaskins Included in the planis for Chief two of years.Police.for two years. I

WEDNESDAYS. since wood-pWvehts rapid a conservation plan map City Clerk Treasurer. Tax
showing the fields on the Assessor & Tax Collector for
Mathematics (7-10)( ) Typing and. Shorthand ((1:30-9S0): ) drying out of the soil.. Jar-: farm and what conserVatIon two"aj'ears.
For Four Year Terms For
I diniers usually lack
drainage practices are planned Elective City Officers And The ,
I holes which may :'cause *a' them.:Arthur .I Aftontlon ;OT Thiy Act;! ---..
was'mowing his Against Four Year Terms For ...
Sciences ((7-10)) Sciences (7:30-9:30) I watering problem. Clay'p ts .
pasture Elective City Officers And The
., I. are.fine and can 'be 'painter new planted Pen- Adoption of. this, Act: -.
"k THURSDAYS sacola Bahia when I For Said Election: :: BELOW
came Inspectors
'Conversational, Spanish (7:30-9:30)( I to blend with .the .colors 1 in and we discussed pasture macs ti p Mrs. Margaret Blank n8hip OFFER GOOD UNTIL AUGUST 31 1961. LIMIT 1
.. the patio. R. C. "Pee.Wee" Dampler

Typing and Bookkeeping,((7:SO-9:30) Brass and copper are ideal -- : ONE COUPON' ,PER SALE EACH HOTPOINT APPLIANCE. I II'

for table and mantle
classes Prof. Eddie arrange-
Negro see Thompkins i I '
ments. But as these containersare I :
R.,'J., E. High. School !
usually small, pay carefulattention !, Ht
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OTHER, SUBJECTS ON DEMAND to water and fertili f PHlIlIIlfMR. i iI

I II I Soil is very important for

Send your name, mailing address, telephone number house plants. Since they.must THE I I II
(if"any), and list the class or classes in which you I survive on a very small amount FIRST"QUEEN -

wish to enroll OR register in person at the Adult I give them,the best soil I $10.00 BONUS CN ALL HOTPOINT I II

Office in mixture available:; There is no
Education\ the USO Building (rear). I i I I
I best mixture.:However: a longtime I


is a mixture of two J .
ENROLL NOW! ,parts peat and one part gar-

den'loam soil OF THE .* 'All Porcelain Interior :1" .'
For further information contact L. H. Gibson, Adult If you are hunting for plant! : .sxti .

.Education' Director, Box 1190, Starke, Florida. that take little care and will y Aluminum Freezer Liner

withstand much abuse ,consider ; .-
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Out-of-county residents may participate. These include such plants as Bromeliads I CROWN" '' Frost-Away. Fresh Food Compartments

Baker, Clay, Union, Putnam, and, Alachua Draca&a. Monster ... .
Counties. Pepperomla, of'*t; San vena..

They don't seem to mind low N\T

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Mack's Body Shop Ed Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE I!I '- $1.5 BONUS ON ALL HOTPOINT NQ FROST

COLLISION SEEICEPainting Complete .Auto Service

Matching New Ceres ,-Crank RoddinfFluahinr Shaft- Tires -Electric Batteries Welding-Accessories. II COMBINATION REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS

St2 Madison 969-2801 FLORIGROWS" I
Phone 989.203 Lawn Mower Motors Repaired AUTO TIRES _. ,1-, : ; + AH Porcelain Interior ,;h, ::
MM H. Tangle. Stark Phone 964-3861, 964-6584 I Yi 3 Swinging Shelves'

AUTOMATIC I So.Vabtut: Starke Starke. Recap, Co. 1." ;; _. ,'f f Rollers On Every Refrigerator '." ,' '. ... .. ..

AUTO SERVICE Pappy Roulsten. Owner MgLRecapping
TRANSMISSION for Can &: Tracks' ,
Tanner's Dodd's Service & NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS


PRODUCTS Phone 964-C221
Automatic 135 N. Temple. 'StarkeFARM I
Complete ,
GENERAL BEPAmlNGIntema.t1onal --' --
'I'r--ttt ).M Lifetime ,;

Service and Repair* Mufflers SUPPLIES BEACH

Phone 964-t 32t' 'Tires Batteries Accessories Brownlee & TIONUS couPoNVt314i. '4! J(4

6S5 N. Temple;;Starka 528 S. Walnut 964-3861: ChasteenSEEDS i

AUTO PARTS .. : Starke ". 66" Service FEEDS SATURDAY AUG116th

Starke Motor FERTILIZERSInsecticides ; $5.00 BONUS ON ,ALL HOTPOINT

Bill Edwards, Prop. .
rates: Plants
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Farm Btcre"Cor.10th
Wheel Balancing] &; Aligxunen.1 Supply : <
Local t Cherry Starke PARADE and JUDGING and o ,
NAPA Phone 9S1-888I '

JobbtrJFwCor. .17 N. Temple Starke WELDING-GARAGE .. I JUDGING3P.M. QUEEN'S BALL ; c' -.{. .,!: .. s All Porcelain-:Inside And Out .i: .
]jlrownlee 1 T' '
&,Clark '..'
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phone -p -ftSOl., '964OSltAUTfr i :
I Gilbert S. Brown Thomas. Welding .. *. Sand Sediment Swirlout "

:REPAIRS told Rinse-Hot "Warm Wash Selection .
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Electric and Acetylene .
r '- Standard Ofl Service Statloi a : We&iaf '

Earl s Garage Hate'Welder Will travel!
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All rWork''Chiarintec4 Budget,, Terms- Road Serrict 116 W. Brownie tM6Hl1te
Phone 969-2961 Phone 964-7071' .

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'T J TTYYY TYVYY/ Y T TT TT T 1 shore when. the raft fot way 11 J Day Camp Ends !., .tTlyyy y Tt., tTw fii euiis .iin i relatives in:SouWCatelina \ i family.> ,.t\ Florahome have as a guest fora and Mrs. 'J. C.. Weeks and

from her, and''left her Hound* .. "W. C. Burnes and Misses'' few days Mr.. Mann's aunt fami r.THE.

KEYSTONE IIIGIILIGHTS' ering. Fortunately.-her J For. T i Girl* ** .-Semite+* > \ i S1ELROSEMrs. .J4's. 'Deck 'Tisoa rrecently Olive' and Aluerto Garnto re'ceritip Mrs Ruby .Mattox of Lundy.

neighbors happen to catch j OfKeyslone-Melrdse ViSited her.. aunX bliss Marti ..ylsiited.in Ormond and I Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Hank RIGHT POINT for the

sight of her, and, went wta-. (CtiamberUn,' and ,both visltcJ Daytona Beaches. ,tray you write. Cane in and
K. Schaeffer Br ..AUcpk Ikt 1 Merril and family :of Parr!
By Mary ming out to.her, clothinj Bind The first day for'the Mrs. :,Wallace Preston 'in Mi- I'have: a correction. make"I Island S.- select your favorite .ESTERRXK -
camp j ATt'A A A k A A AA A A A AMr. ; C. are sPending'several -II
.u..Au.uuLAtA..u.As & J all. They were Mrs. J. D. Hen- Melrose-Keystone neighborhood 4 _" ,4 ". ...-. canopy t concerning the Keystone weeks at their summer ? Fountain>.Pen. TELEGRAPH. -

derson and Charlie, Wilhelai.: Mr./and bars Harped 9f Heights sand mine. It isn't the .,
for five years,,she,h&sJ'aone > Girl Scouts came to a Slid RoYDellgroTe S ; I home on Green Lake, south, of
food service under a varietyof : The two. ,brought CKadyce tosafety close last Friday with guest of Gainesville visited Mt..aIl Gainesville have moved Ji-o White. Construction Company Grandin.
,aft conditions including and started artificial. night Activities when familIes Mrs.' Grant RothhammerTuesday their hewi homein Meliose.Mr. b ut 'the Davenport Sand Co. I'N sun A N'C.E
raucn Mr.
experience, e.i' a dietician for respiration:immediately. i' jof the. campers came .out toenjoy :" efternooa. ..'. "' .and Mrs. Buhyoh Uel y Mr. and Mrs. Garret Dio&a: and and*frs. John XHerrfcg: Auf. ire- asualt y

various.schools and camps, At tile time' it was anpos" a 'special program."The Miss Sarah JJo Adkins of attended the -family reunion and .children,. al era visited daughters Mr. of Gainesvtle Bonds. and Allied Lines
stole to get a doctor, o Claudia of Flbrahome .Herring's mother. .. .
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final day was also Orange Heightsvisited! mss WtiC)1held In Hartsprir.as spent I -
for '
Mrs. J.
canning, demonstrations, and other as p Gladyce's friend Kitty Marti .- marked by the selection o' a Irma ;Jddti''i'tsonrecently.:: ;$ lan'8Und ,. Friday .aftemon.swimming ,at Mrs. F, Herring and sister. Reynolds, InsuranceAgency

jar slgnfnents.company ]. a registered: nurse' answered name for the camp-Hilo- Rev; and ':Mrs: Da iiti'SEoit f Mrs: "Florence Jackson of Dir$.' Annie 'Sikes' on Bright Callie Rye, Sunday af:er- .,

.. Her) hobby naturally 'is : 'the summons and came pewa -a "made-up" Indian lord:and'cj<;ildrea Bethany: //Gainesville.I. Wilted friends in Lake.Mr noon. W. L. Reynolds
t to take charge. Seeing that biPhtise and, Mrs. E. J. Hutson Johnnie L. Mickell left Wednesday
: I cooking, tilt she has llt'-!e name, suggested'by. the-Egret Okla. -arfe'VisKIng! ,Mrs. Star Saturday. f h. ""442 2701
E the effect of the water in 'the had as Saturday guests Mr. for .ai,vacation in Key :
time to '"practice what' she Unit, and adapted from a :call fofdy parents,\Mr..tftnd: 'Mrs.W Miss Sandra Parks daugh : Kej-sione Fla.
a : Heigfcts
victim's" lungs might cause 9f and and Mrs. Carl Cox and sons West visiting ,
l yp"k prea_." Tier ambition br the girls used when wishing H/Mann, apa hei',1Srother.P .Ifr. Mrs." Yale Petty OfficertLPER4lkis1tt":: -

teaching to'show girls how complications, Mrs. Mtrtilasked to 'contact one another in 'the In=law,, j nd'-.; t arks;.of Jacksonville, recently .Of Melrose.-' --'. formerlY------- of.- ., -. ,
r Bul. Betote of Bdote's Mrs. Ralph ifatoewsfamily. ind visited MIss*Caroy Tison. Grandln. t'
to make the best of any | woods. A 'camp song was also \
Drugs what should be done, .' Mrs. Dudley ,6ea$rook and !
hot hoId 'situation. composed by a group''off the ; : Gorge Burnes of 'Jackson--
Mrs. Hulls has a 15-year-oM;I and be called emergency at campers, complete with words -Mrs... Roy' Samson and family from Pensacbla wen I villa resurrect .home after i $!! !

daughter, Diannah, who will Bradford County Hospital, and music. daughter, Elaine, .are pen weekend guests of Capt.. auiMrs. 'pending several'days wlA

attend .school fcere this J'-tt'! and .made arrangements r lor I An overnight camp-out iast:! ing\ two weeks! 'Columbus, .'John B. Leg: t his brother c W C. Burnes. '

in 'the llth grade. They pin Gladyce to be taken !there Thursday' ''highlighted the Ohio, with friends and i rtla-. Mr.'and irS.3ohn Be ll 1erleau Mrs. Lula TiUis-of Keystone flfli f WUf :

live in the Pangborn cottage immediately.. She was 'home week's activities for: the jttves.Miss ; ; i "Indian River 'City 'visited. Heights visited Mrs. Rosa Gigantic Contest NOW/
again on Saturday aft mot 1 i her: :- '
nts.fi< and
next door to Mrs. Lydla Hur. Egrets. Swimming and canoe- Lee f JacfcoOn- p Carl 'Brantley Wednesday.

ley. ..feeling much the worse for ing were favorite activities of villa,.Beach '-visited liii., andItirs. Ford i., lastjw ek'en.d.; i Mrs. Millie Tire ''of Flora- 1st Prize-Standard "Double 9" Western'

..'., -"L"Mrs.- -"'-. '"- wear.Which the older Girl Scouts, while C. p.Perry recently. Mrs. Dock Than send cnildren -: home has 'AS summer Visitors Pistol Type
brings to mind the the gaunter ones [ l 'Mr.: and Mrs. Dock Ti&on ind' 'Mrs.' ton Co wart ;22 calibr withrhoisten
Mabel inns Mrs. Jennie Mitchell Cw Jay two of her sisters Mrs. 8. V.
S. 2nd Prize-Alfl'fdo
new of the National Safe i l\Iend alalom.SkL3rd
warning and ? :
especially enjoyed: swimming and children' visited Mrs. 'chOdren-'of'Lorain, 'Chlo. I IMrs.
teacher of
home economics teacher in new grade .graduated Lamereaiix Mesa.-'Arlz. aad ,
from 'the University of ty Council: "Never-swim alone and :crafts. The Quail Unit Tison'satber, O.;t3. Chs m- recently ant'the weekend at J. C. 'Casper of 'P1 PrizeTWo'Boat Cushions.: .
,, Keystone Heights School, is !!" Oladyce's many frleciijs., Brownies berlin $ : Crescent 'Beach: 1a'j" 4th 'FifieLet'sFeatheca'eighbki Belt. : '
subject 'f1! rlda last January, and lives! for ] seemed to like W'Mic; < njDjiy. Ariz."Mrs.. "
the of our faculty are thankful that she is safe, everything swimming, Mr. indMr&Bth RicH'and Miss'MargargtSIade( is Visit* NUMBER OF .ENTRIES
in Gainesville with her husband Warren LIMITED: ASK US4BOITT
thumb nail sketch: this week.A HenderBon.andllr. Brantley of -
native, of Tennessee :she Gerald W. Mitchell and. and grateful to Mrs. ; fcapers, pine needle,craft, aDf'' son, :Ronnie J ,:oj n.y joon; lug 'her,41>rother ki4aw: Grid Grandln 'fand Mrs. Agnes 1 JDETAIt
; ( Wflhelm. for their wsaving Beach' visited sister-Mr.; and lkfrs'Ross ,
theirsmall son.. : ; '' ,nat son an }IfII -Mrs. = ich'3and BASS : '
is a graduate :of the University quick-thinking in an emergency. iz and:7amtty' tt.'Bunnell.Mr. Hanks of'Melrtee"are vacatoning i I CONTEST CLOSES AUUT!
loom: .constructed Ju : rrittrer-in-}lawtgnd'sistier, : ; : 0 if .
She is' ana.t1ve of Fort L I at Daytona Beach.
of with
Tennessee, a BS I -
\\-r- 'The gwteaier1, .. Mrs. ; ::and Mrs. George AtfstinaWaduglfterLbrie I
,_ W_ yCrwri1eJ.
\ degree In home economic Meade and served as or.:'&iiist;' local Ci4et'Now.MaJor 'Mr. and Mrs. P.. D.'Mann of I =
in her church for three earned by Leslie Beani-Satd ;tJa .$}rr.,.fond ;in-& Maxie >X1r.gaM. t>f Daytona IIII-PUTI ARPO nuo
education and home 'demon: year .
I Last week,when the Civil i ; i
: Beach '
Bleasdale ''children.fare b1)ent.the toc&hd!
Sharon Glover ;d visit ig :
; stration methods;; She has Music Is her main spare time AirPatrol'-Cadets;; arrived! at -- : here i"'P Keystone 'lliig'ht ,
Mira M11 D1.., '.J'... I with Mr. and"Mrs. A. C. f George XaRue, Wdp;
done graduate .work at Peabody interest. l&se '
Homestead Air Force .,. "IJ' :
: College for Teachers,:the Local Woman Has Close Call;: 'for1 two-weeks encamparentesta -The canoeing"'badge will b4 :ho : *." Spires.jtton L. ; .,. ., I. '' .. I. .' ,'.-
e"S Silks is In Bradford .HA1D ,
Saved By Neighbors completed ''by Carroll $&&r: "
University of Alabama :the wire $iven., and leaders Well, we now have the Nelsons County Hospital.c.
Women's College of the U'.i On Friday eitejaoon, MuOladyce ,. chaser-Lt., .Mike !'oster'o, nand.Cawl Leslie Beam ElaineLorb'rn, 'all ;acc6unted":tdr: I>' Henderson :of; Jaiek-: :Jr' IDMVHD. DWYBRm .
versity of North Carolina an<* : Bachmanu very pearly of Mr. and Mis. Charlie Foster ,: Stevenson* 'Co!. acid Mrs;;.David Nelson sonvWe spent ThtttSfay'nigit; 1. r.Deals ,, iL'

Univesity of Tennessee. drowned 'while swimmlniin' ;of Hutchinson Lake, was For..adults, 'whose volunteer arrived bone Monday after 4 with Mr. sped Mrs. W.W. & I :_l ,eoapsalso ECJ -l; I
Besides teaching homemaking like Geneva just off the the;'Senior '..officer in charge efforts made the,'day caiflp delightful 8-weeks.vacation! dison.Mrs.. .' .. .. .fpl.' -. .

for a number of years in Bachmann beach. She had of 'the Keystone Heights possible, the .cainpmg1 ;period New England.; They yjsiteij A. F. Tyre hafted "h".r F 1

Tennessee, eight years In paddled out beyond her depth l Squadron's seven cadets whenthey ended on Tuesd r ;'at1' iJie many of their old friends, .sonM.sn: ; and Mrs. RobeitB.erts IIIIr.! I'Nr'.I '

Charleston, 8. C., and in FlOri- on her inflated raft, and vi I left here, but he was Santa Fe-Lake home of Mrs. many ,of .whom .were 'jKey- ; ,, Tyre and chfldrjen oflackland m1'tK,

da public and private schools turning around to go back t o. soon promoted to Major, in ;iToejpaurer -Meiroseat, a I stoners; on vacatjonvor'former : Air Force Base in --. :.. ,

charge of 80 cadets. Thi is camp evaluation meeting pf Keystoners.> 'While.'I.SWng San. Antonio, Texas. ..... plxcrrmeatstiii o
quite an honor for the Key the'staff. 'Volunteer :workers : I W. .'dIde'. ,. Y ,
their 'daugnter and 'fainiijr: ;. i MfP, .and Mrs. Bill Seaward .... 'lie GIt' S
'stone; group.:This was actually] included. Mrs. Richard: Logo rn, DrftAnd; -Mrs. Richard ,H. ipf" Jacksonville, and. Mr and lISle etred .-.'.. 92'c'
\.. nosuipriseto us,for we cad Mrs: J.- W. Kingsbury. 'Mrs. Crpwefl'apd'sons of Hantfttr* '''Mrs.Don" Jones.and baby*revisaing.relatives .a. .- :gaL *

seen the efficient Lt Thomas'Oarnar,'Mrs..Oaurer; ;
way : K'-tt: they-went to see Mrs; ; In;MeIro.e. If"Me'. cI(
Mike had'operated in'preparing Miss ''Fau&: Wyman; unit Carl. 'Mrs. : IIIil.. ..... .
,Johnson in N. PpmJcrt, .Edward -Ferrell. : is in
I the local boys' for leaders Mrs. 'Walter ,J t, pld._. ,a o L Dayern
cf\ encamp arid Mrs. Wi111a.m.'Beam vt. She'had lust built a :new i Baptist, Memorial Hospital 'i .osaaaaa wasps a 3rcetrotopl+tR fee 'C1' ktn

ment. ; home .and they.attende4 ire Jacksonville after, an opera- b& _
Sunday School Group swimming and canoeing instructors h useW rmtDg. In.Milton, K: tbn. I_ i 5 e mar.. !_ Eggs
Enjoys Party Mike Lovorn, ARC all! 1fT Bre&d
s i hieyvisited Mr.'and.Mr Mrs. R.'M..c ;
qur ,I .. son. and sonlawandrfaughter -- .
The fifth and sixth 'gradeclass lifeguard and; Mrs.. Fremont i ; je esm,idp wunt '
Lew B. Clark, who have spent \ I
of the Community W. Tolles .camp JjrectpT. Mrs I Mr aud MbO ieglhe! >%corrected c h-: 'Cottage Cheese
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a number; if winters inKeys Mrs. J. .y. ,.Ford.of'>Pglatka, .... scpeari ce; .There-1 : nolar
ALASKA,. ; Church Sunday School aiong Daurer also; assisted at the tone' Heights, -andwho re; spent Saturday. in.. Jat socville. __ tey woman to have! And wind 99.
f < ) *" -- ** with their teacher, Barry Wy- waterfront-! *-and 4I'u-'camp ceatly'purcKased'ihe 'formerHerb !- BastetAly facial -tWr..J ,, "Orange Juice
909. f W 'W % B
The Capital's past is well! summed up by one word,: man. enjoyed themselves on I first 'aider. 'trgeant 'home. In Msd- Irs.-H.,A...Barnett 1 visited : ,?'r $4 MttItHIIDMUND

Gold. :Even its name,comes from a prospector, Joe Sunday .afternoon at theliomeof way, .Mass.-: tbey.visited 'Mrs.' her daughter and family, Mr DWYER

Juneau, who, with I a "partner round gold there in Mr. and Mrs. Mlllican. .d t Alma Frost at..the home vpfher and Mrs. William Fergiu>ou floloiii, ,
Bedford: Lake. There were per on Saturday, Sept-, at son and family. Zn Belmont and children, Jane and Jimmy YEARS EXPERIENCE,
1880. In. boom days gold mines were aU around* games, swimming, boating, die Woman's Club.. Ticketstire ; Mass. they-visited Mrs.. of Jacksonville The )
!An analysis of excess
town, the biggest and last closed in 1944Todaty, and refreshments. 'on sale now, and may be Lutheria Horsfall, at the homeof Fergusons returned to Mclrosa your,
hair' condition. !Is offered at no
we see Juneau a modern town with its seven-story Dates To Keep In Mind: purchased from any memberfor Mrs. IIorsf U's daughter, and spent aday;/ with her.
Remember to keep August $1.25 for adults, and riSe Mrs. Ruth Harris. They were Mrs. Louise Rho'ads of :Jack charge or. obligation., "

BaranofHotel and the Governor's Mansion, the lat- 26 open for the Estreliita for children [under 121. Sere also*guests of 'Mrand Mr s. sonville and ,Mrs.'Ann Kc;bert .Pb. TR 4039GAINESVILLE

ter designed, surprisingly, in colonial style. _A town Club's chicken barbecue which !rig will begin at. 6:30: -and I Charles; Smith if See errta of Bradenton ,$pent Thursoay m

with a'most beautiful setting crowded between will be held at Keystone Beaca, continue until 'l:30.1'here,fPillbe Park, Md. and Friday with their sister, "

starting at 5:30 p. m. valuable door prizes toO.. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .-Nelson Mr& 0.; T. Robinson. ..107% *'Y.. IMvefsity*?**'- ** Are.- ,-, .'. 1 1 f .' .
mountains and water. On display in the Historical August 26 is also the dace Open House Affair 4nd I"
Lovely and Herbie, Jr. Mr.
returned Mrs. Dock Tisonand --< '
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Museum is a photostatic; copy .()f. the $7,200,000 for the Annual Fireman's Ball 'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Saturday .;afternoon from, a .children,, and Re?. and -

United States Treasury warrant to Russia in pay- to beheld at Keystone- Inn Cnitchfield held open houseat :two-weeks 'i VaCatIon' in yj&"* Mrs. George'Tison and children ,

after the barbecue. their Lake Brooklyn home 'tain ton. Del ana Stone Hai enjoyed a weiner 'roast .KfYSJONE HEIGUIS. MELROSE
ment for this land of which ;' '
Juneau. its' capital is 'August 29,
situated. of Jthe turtle steak covered' .1.sa_ '..sort of "heUo=and-fare- their daughters: and !am- Mr. land Mrs. Scott

dish supper put"on by'the local well" gesture. The Crutch-, 'llies' Mr.xand. Mrs. Fred Hart- Tison, of Orange Height it$1ESS

'. Masonic Lodge Bring your fields, who are newly-w ds, .pan and children, ana Mrs I I " .
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK own covered side-dish or dessert will soon be leaving' to make s I. land; Mrs.. Ed Szymanskl> anchildren. b an's Hospital in Lake City. > ,j" .' .. .. '. .

and a small donation wiLbe their home in Kentucky,' .,, '. '' .' -s i Winners \
the main course. ;aiu > I II : \the Melrose '" : f .J I .. vi
asked Mrs. CrutcMield wanted all 1 >' Mr. land-Mrs.-iAl, + 'Nelson 4re- Duplicate Bridge f fClub last 'SERVICE I HARDWARE (IREAL ESTATE

Who 'k 1ows? Turtle teaks s her friends to have an.jsportunity turned from: .ti1etr''w.' on week were: First place.. Mrs.Mary .. ,..!. :- ." ..;. .
MEMBER F.D.I.C. may be very good! Our old to meet'her husband.' last month, having been to Cook '
and Mrs.
Ben '
Wheeler Service BrooklynSupply |C. J. Pete O'CortnorREALTOR
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A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community friend Ross Allen says alligator Eagles Mere, Pa;and Coinin, Haile
Assistant hostesses ; Second place, MM.-Ed-
for tne WV .Srrte TV,' Wishers,
Keystone Heights Fla. steaks are delectable House
: N. y
on a .delightful-trip. '
evening were Mrs..Gertru.1e ward Logsdon and Mtu Ira .
ApprL,- E1 Repairs,' Etc.XJRanite REAL ESTATE
too.St. Catholic Club Christoffers! Miss &nma Kate Rand Ede.steht! Jr.ijuid hte! HiHyer; Third place, Mrs. 5-2401, Melrose. VAR.TUNG PAINTS 3IORTGAOES APPRAISALS
William's Mansfield, and Mrs. 'Made )mother .are isHing Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Gsorgtes Outside House.PAInl,
(Stun ihta ad- Worth 41 ot k
his'I Keystone '
its annual ham std ifeilbta --R1cme 42WCftJfittfiSib
will hold Bamford.. who served punch :vernal -grandparents, I Phe&s; and Fourth place, next calls Mildew Resistant8ECEAL'L95'tU1W ; -

I .and cookies to the many.quests. Mrs- Sam Gardner on'' ''Peach!) U1sS'" ladys McGill and AIrs.en. LnIIT-l oaf plrg to caoomer, ;" \Vi W'

., fit, white his father.r.t.. Rand .. P. Vogh;; Between Keystone & Mj1?' ,,, Keystone Heights, Fbone 2741Odom's 1
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Those who signed the giirst II jBdelstein.4s on maneuvers' ;i er I We service )aot: : -
South Carolina. The Edelsteinsare Y.f YYYYYTYYYYYYI Hardware ite B eal"
P state Broker
book were: Mr. and Mrs. ? ALL WORK GUBAN TEED I
George Fhelps< Mrs. Camille from\'ort! ,BraU..'N.-C.. G.R'ANDIN SerrIctng'SInce 19tTI & SupplyUAEDWAHE Lake Properties Acreage -

,,, A9Feeder ,Stetfart|;, Mr. and Mrs.. Frank I And did you knor that: Co! < I I ." I Ranches ':"! BashwssCity!/
Stitehberry and Bunny Buuce, and Mrs- John Eisenhaeand r Homes RentalS

Mr. and 'Mrs. Max,, Mooney. four children- : Oeta-, I By Mrs. Rebteca Brantley i ReJi Cement Block Cement Sedi- >Ux "We Take A Personal i: Interest,
burg Pa. Tisltink.in e8t Yl E In Your Re
ham, Miss Gladys TilEs .Mr were J : the I ; emepia;
3Keystone .Area .ta.st. Wednesday ,i eu auuW .A..A.U! Sinclair Keroeeae: and Pud Oil!s Midway: Keystone H Jf (
Mary K. Schaeffer and Mar AppliancesHDTPOINT >i try I

Jane Mrs. Lois Williams, Mrs. and 'Thursday' .at nth I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman = .' APPIILtNCEBMaytag 'Meter Service Melrose'0\,
C1f home of the Chester Ttftes"0n' :' :Helrdb :Piwne Gr.J-5423]L row 2l.optIA: SwBta'i'OR
Sale Catherine Davis Mrs. Ruth i visited.tWJ? ;json-in-lair Waters 'and Dryers -

Mitchell, Mrs. Bonnie Jones, ;Hutchinson t.ket'They' 4'been knd daughter, Mr, &n$, Mrs. :ZentthTV LUMBER %9S1' 'r

Mr. and Mrs. William Wale, coming to' HutchinsonLake : R.'' T. Clay in East< Palatka SERVICE ON ALL MJ u'' RESTAURANT '
Mrs. Margaret Schroeder Mrs- for the past several nan* 'Sunday.Patan. San, ,LebrydoLumber :.
: Keystone heights
Pmcre 5425 a I -
Beatrice Schroeder: 'Mrs.' Bertha mers, but this year'they nude 1 :
AUGUST 25 ,Church Daily'VaeaiUoa : Co. Lawrence Dinette :
Ward. Mrs. Helen ;Fan, :ft'shorter v1ilt'thah'snai.. BOATS ,
Bible"School; '
came 9
Mrs. Daisy Hall, Mr..and Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeSchaefter W. SpeelalixA 1D.tstoaiCut Short. Orders Saadfftefeef

N.. W. Hardenbergh.; Rev.. nd and ,iiartha; successful close Sunday nightvffii.higtiettenaanee Hfe l&Kr Bam Extra Lengths Bottled -and Draught Seers
of loc 1clUJdreLr'l11e.r
Mrs.J. R..Smith lair and.Mrs. Returned Sxurday 'tftemCO A' '. Sundays Toe.bfoIIdaJS' '
; exercises: Kitchen oPen 11 .A..)!.-'P. M.Keyatoaa :
Elbert after MELROSE 5-2701 Cement Mortar Mix
Altmari -4rL Bea trice 3 ?:1P"4|srn}the. :Wist -
if m'I'I attended by the -- ---
.. :Lavey. Mr. and Mrs. Ray i Coast ci"Ftoridai: and' k'up surrounding communities., t' of 48yeet.Roclt I 1teJgt.b. wI
Chance: and Ur. 'and X fr s. the East Coast. stopping at, Mill: on..Hyw. 21 at-MIdflebnrr. RESTAURANT; DRIVIMNWhife :
George Young, ail of Keystone ;wee! i-Wachee,' Sprigs:, Tar' MISS Gladys Tillis of Keystone '?6_ "

LIVESTOCK Heights. Out of town, guest Heights : visited Misses .ALES & I I .1 I Dri" In"A
MKT. Peter .,. from.Starke .G&lnesi1Uer Io'd Springs jpaytona ach.' Olive ;and "!uu seta Garnto>< .SERVICE :MILLWORK Goo4 PJaM To lar'; .

:1, Jacksonville included Mr S'AL's nd The, more wel"saovaof 4Rrni accompanied Miss Tillis home
Herbert children
Green And fife happier we were that

LAKE CITY Mrs Marguerite If all, Jived (In! Keystone J igWs.-fIr.; we t that.rr a.ftA91100n.h:'tIf"; ....? v r.' r :4 Millwork, Shop Cold Take Beer, Out-Onk Orders'Curb Ris f ._ :.
I Dr. Florence Jennings.Mrs.. Wig$ p'eMe note 1ce st.qneJle1 ;Gerald Baylcs. otPeiry FLORIST CABINETS$, .-.. POOESWPfDOW Service aiteiWR'lL-

Featuring. 600 head of high-quality stocker and'feeder calves, steers, 1 r t Anna Nicholson Mr. and Mrs.B. t i has the b t'water",e :spent .sereral days ;ifefire" last EdBa'Willi, 'FBAME8" open 11 A; M. To .Midatte
j M. Farrell. Mrs.. {ArHn:lie have tasted $t ve$;3rtto nii; tfeer.1' MrJ. EFJARIST SCREENS .
and heifers. i Knight. and Dr. arid Mrs A. J. W. Brackman. ,NTRSEEYJIOWJES Rt. 2r Between Keystone it '
Mr, .and MrsCnitchfield -. tcmas? | Trim ,1fItmaIs '
.1. 10\ ,- JL i t t'; Y. Covington. 1 lost Tuesday f : 'Mrs. Margaret stuart' .had dash,,Mile To OrderPACKAGE !:.! .f leJ.ro .. -. "1-

Cattlemen are urged to advise .us ahead of time as to the number. be I Personals ,p!., a. week's 'lion in Mia cyl. ssstle kendl s ueits i&x Pet) for Jin DceasloiuGASJBOTTEED -.'eto 4t'13stla. At WELL
kel7pse Jr( ft';: 3 J, -> DBILLINfi ,
From Frankfurt f QelwsnyPhfle ttltritheyStl; !fi1t.t 'IJoyt auto end didrsd v err, JT -

sold. 'J .... ',' : we had a card dated Auiwt 'the ;gr d,aUen :of ev.)yso Herbert SpaaViing, all of 'STOREShaugKnessys. \YELt% DRILLING
'. 1' 5 from Mrs. Irene + Chattanooga 2cen i. r '. bhKz ..
.i. ..", Dawson C. A. P. "CJ 1 t..pit., Harold > They y-ffc: p''p. -t I .
.-. :( .." ". who, with her hV$ nd.W-j}- Pne len ). enroute tatot after spending Ke t"o. 11nTc .
Phone: Lake City 7521874r : : -- : .at.ji aer : "cmlp- n t' .. .! tI : .
., ; :r*, Ham B. Dawson. several months at Daytona r 4 .
+ *** ; is Ming at Homestead Air Force !
i r* .I RB] fSlanCB', f!\ JGGZ'STOU MAT
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; ,, Europe. At the time the t Beaeh., '
isariwas ri
TERRY THcDAVn), Manager :; ease; y. i 10 l" PHONE 4351Frinchised OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY rlfl' Jl
written, the,- were'Mad- Keystone they till leave fin- Mrs; T. R. "Gamto has re : f CLOSED SUNDAYS Weil .
tr'ibrdar bi r I
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ft l.en'fara week or ao..TbtJ in,Kent; ...._ ,,+' '-J- wifc hear son and J KJa I
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'' ''''''' ''''''''', ,. ,. ,, ,. ,, ,. ,, dren will begin classes Sep to everybody who helped make: daughter J is. Jannettjdinner I and'chUdren of Wildwood ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Holy Cimmurt, 6

j\ LAS:.QF' INTEREST TO COLORED tember 5. All pupils entering: the various pro&SMs*& iue.j; ShSdht.6raabksohtms: 'were school 'br"'the-nnt"gia1i; ToT 'cess: "A 'total. T>f 1I45: "waaraised. I -guests of"Mr. 'and Mrs. I 'W. P. Moore family: "Mrs. "'t. TEl. Smith, 'pastor, Ralph "--

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY the first .time must haV a Rev. George Lee,, ' : f{ *., = ,IBT EUza.beth'Givens. ] birth certificate ,and mast.be pastor; Mrs., A.iohaitan ,. ;WlUams. ,, Mrs. Richard Bennett and}I Boyer, of. Jacksonville is School; 9:20: "a. m. M6rnlng j, .nd church organist. !! Communion.The <.--*,
six 'years old before Jan. 1, ; Mrs. -I Brown, co- family -Daytona Beach 1!, ''spending] the week'with them. Pta1er and 'Sermon list Sunday Services: Sunday School 9:45: Rev., Millard. H Brey-
f MAiJAAAAAAAAAJ. . .A...Alt.. .. ..A..*'t. A..A.A. A. A. A.J..a.' A.J..a.i i A A.A.i A.'i AA. -- I .
i 196- ?. chairman. were, With :them for supper!I;iMiss \,Vera. Crews )s, Jlsittog Holy Communion is p. .. m. Morning! Worship 10:50Jft : I fogle V1car."J. -
School News, Junior High School, announce There will ;be two or'three AiJeIrXhi pea A? M. E. Tuesday a ems.M 'jar'f :her brother-in-law: and sister, :It:.Episcopal Young Churchmen .gym-. Training Union, 7:00 p.'
\" 'Eddie Thompkirtj and C. C. that school days will begin days of county meetings. 'Consultants Macdenny; FIX ;Miss > Julia Patch. bas ', ,and Mrs. Bill Wooddard in ,J m. Evening: services 8:00:: p.., C03IMUN1TY CRURi is:

I,. jMwferson. ,principals of RJE with pre-planning' : August 21 will meet with teachers ."One .newlneinber'johied'ths' returned from a visit with !: Clearwater Holy'pays'- 7:30-a.: m. Holy. j,i m.. 'You are invited. to share ii i, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

, High School and Anderson through September 1. Ch l- in preplanning'sessions.. church last Sunday, making friends inLuobock, Texas and I
, --- a total.of' "members Third Wednesday Parish Dr. A. C. Holt
I Labor Day Monday. Sept. seven w spent:a dew lays with her.! c
:... .. TJT 4, will be observed as:a holi- for. ,the. .conference. year., Holy mother,- Mrs. .Joyce Putch.: .On and children have returned Covered Dish Supper,'6 or 6:30: TRINITY EPISCOPAL 1 Mix.. J. L., Hetherinttc! '
rr -at''' ,I day. *. Communion was .held At 7a. Saturday she .left for Talla from a.visit with Mr. Wise's i P. m. |I CHURCH MELROSE t;,: Organist and Choir T)

r d, I; Campers Return. m., 'followed by regular ser hassee where.: .she will teach parents in Opp. Ala.. They ,, The "Rev. Mfflard' H. Brey- :Sundays -10 A. m. Church! Sunday School, 8:45f
' .uLP' i I, Bertis Parks ShirleyAnn vices":Among the mahy visilors La.cne jof .the;.schools. j I spent,, the weekend: with 'rela' ogle School. 11:45: I;m:, Morning! Morning Worship 10 art t '
I If i' O'f Scott Marion Jenkins-, Vatera were'Nephews of. Kev.'and1 Mrs. 'Mr.'and Mrs,"S.'D.,Andrews' uves/ in f Ocoee.xfc''n. > ,( -Vicar. i Prayer'' and Sermon [IPirsti '

f ,Jenkins, Deborah Ann Marshall Levy Lennon -Willie: HenryDillonJr. -- .. ...,... i
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and Jaceuelyn .Marshall ; and Anthony Woods ,
t 1t I reported 'a swell trip' to SI. Dillon: ..dT)1ey -re

Augustine. While1' there -tiiey honse sts" the linnons t&1 !CfQ UfQNriGfaf; d Pn 1
f T QuaIifyf t l\ togs participated vespers in swimming cabin meet-arts the:Pleas Youth' aretfeing-D y T) ogram fckde for un t fag : I

the -AUi-.. .
and crafts. undayto- -Au u t. w .. ... _. I
,. i This camp was one of the Mts. Rosa' Williams; 'chair- = i. ,
, | largest ever, ''with about 306 man; Rev."Levy Lennca.past- .
1 i campers Baron Hall and on i' w / ; -- '.' -- \f', \
,f T :iiI ; Fisher Hall were filled to Afen. .a byt I.oiliftl ; 16'"xu; phiOgii' __ -
I" j capacity, and Pickford Han News AwJ'fichedol '
'arfr iAwtlsl1P006; I IIt"
I the dormitory for'boys,. had JThe.rMeri .J pay drive. cloyedStlnda9 .i .__., ._ --' -' I
r rt'i j to :be 'USed..w help with the Aug. i-with s'' ,fatal ....at,...r bt k1 ( I II'
of, $284.23 *aised :RegtCsrS4nday WaI.
housing problem 1 I i, Club News pastorpl'd ''C01'Oteoi[ : er fA .. ':. '
I.i.'t I. i The Cinderella Ball wilt be startJjjg'S .frith,:Bun4ay 'Walnut.. #.. I
I' sponsored by Carnation Social < '<:a* )!45 -V JIL, l\Uss Stirke.,
I'I / -
1AEr' | and Savings Club on Friday Pinnie"Beil'.Prazier: In cbae. -" '
I Florida ,
I I Sept. 8. Tickets will be on sale Morning JBe vice, "11 e. m. n :

I I after Monday Aug. 21, by any Ernihi'g Sseryl e.1J p. jfl. 'At''l

,(' ., I I! of the club members.I members ttre-asked-to=ake'a ; I '7s 1t trrli uh lt 00 1
1 Ii I Regular club meeting win contribution to the leader for <3ATOl0t tall; R JIM V/ALTIB MODtftHXOOM 1I I
' the stewards.. HIU HOME 1I
I I be held Monday night, Aug. Borfi*TcWaltr I
I'I I 21. at the Reno'Theatre The ,Stewardess Board No. 2 m!tat s+ Lids A Auit ori9 Wl rid
I president is expected back tor the home of""Clara. Jeaip Like I
this meeting, and all membersare Hokne*"las "Sunday ''with r i
I Ir
,, wf asked to be present. Tune, chairman \i1ah'lamoii ii re Dusisi I
I place, and the" nterta1ner will charge. Prayer was offered by I
Ir r ti Ii ta w .2 be announced l ter. Watch Mrs..Randolph, and a successful -
r j the paper for important an- meeting was held. MemberS ,. I

r (I Brooks nouncements., president- ; M_'Mrs.rs. AlmaJ W. 1 and'Stewardess:the wit'Aid>> Board''o.'B* rd. :II1J1ifl, L1tLi'W! ef ItWi i iI I

Jenkins reporter. were special guests. The three { iI iI I

'. : Visiting boards; planned some fine .&'- o I I
i S
I' I Mrs.N.L. "PuI1 m'ls inJoyi tivittes for: near- future. flev. f r 1t R 'f '' ". I
,j ( ing an extended vipit with her L. A. Sampson'pastor was pe- t
1 c \ ( : ''stepdaughter, and'friends' in sent and "gave' the members I
I Dayton, Ohio. some a rQ0uragin remarks r I
I Visiting Rev. and Mrs.: Mrs. boreue feotter troitght

Chester Crum are airs.,Foz1e greetings from ,the Pujpit! Aid h
" 1 Lyons, daughter of the Cduins, Board. Mrs. 13.U. Lennon"expressed Gia, il.riz Di' -WJtfJ MftSepl .ber30 ,1961' .
-* \..'I and other relatives, Evelyn gratitude: to sister "
0, I Ii .. .iJ4; 4 .L.\; ,tt'J' .
"" J and James Coleman, 'James j Clara Jean Holmes for the de Qj.,0. f! .01'.4 4 "r ro.f+" T". : .....' -L.EnerthJerTJieOThiIOS
: It
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""" t J Coleman Jr., and Sandra Ifciougrepast;:! ). yfcil&feJ: *d&&al Foboldo t3rt -
$ il' i Mich. Lenmm. iiman;:Mry.'LOu.ice. I .J. t;. J ... t. : .. A"-..CMhitt si"M Food f.smeI.5NFar gall alnd and. 3rd GIN PrI& '
c : .
Coleman all of ,
: GU a 1095 s13t Detroit I ." .II 5'':" : ,QIffotIw.thooce5wMpolt1ta-t"tJI'1'f.._. .. .. 'So mt/ 'P/ndau/P.lot CMftWdW 31iww.. VMMft' .II.WShtI IM.........W.. :
.$ CHURCH NEWS xtoi1; t secretary;I ::iMrs. !fI.1" 'Co''or. \ w. : : .II -'waNrt h 0Ifi00I j11,..1, .-.,.,>'eocIF..Stt..5to l < i J.QWI *
,: t IaL.JIoereIt
1 saes11F Hit. Moriah Methodist Sarah Morris assistant secrt-! a *TslevisioBfUfSER" H4Mdc Freezer. Y. a .. .m"rte.... to a ,.- N .fa Gttnot p.. 'ef fe..t Fill h... Jooc. ; ;;
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\ f I' -. I I 1._ _wri U ..i/ud br ..W *Uy :-'*Mm* 1M krr :TeiW.... ,,. .II .
; :: Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. tary. wubt. pad N.NA- > it8 alO th Lid Ld.E.Jf .
t \\ 1. trarY bItIIk.obl You Fo!lfdi tFr..dJWi poinf IjIICIfitd ti lit.Imtr.iII> i alN N t.,! '
Robert Dei: in Rejcrjeation
E. Y with Supt.Steward Board No. 2 P.r 2l i ord "hopDepirtmdattfor.tiie i .It ;: -p..:1\II.E"S'W.. (t'E'KLY. Ie,., yew......"*H..,i_tol ri.Ida*w.ftll'lIII.grind pi<>-..*dr.rfq.'h *...Wimr.* *-dfeed feed Ffl'I.t hk..a WNrilt.i.t.ll't lit" he w/Nr9"._. \ .D.1. 4.
I : ''' h i .,.......... .... ...Iott.r'. mU..i L,&.pIoyMI.ffoM.Inc. Id+rlllt .i.
C'1 will bold regular service at 11 e1vtn: b.v theiC1ty l Recrgattioa t 'f '" iTrlVEtHfJOOD. ', FAIRSUIf. R 'I SJnDf'U.r.f.: g 9 1 ?1 f'Si y,I< I \ : a. m. At 3 p. m. Rev. Saaap- >betiefit of- .t.'' I ,
j't son White and his congregation Ule)youth. ,ty Sta&day I '

t e ,1. '' will render services at ,;i1ght,)l.n4 he'teoordtop .
i 'UP" ,p C.tr'G Mt. Moriah. All members and andmoviefelvennightAt; k'ach'f'riIay' I i C ''. "R B bNST AK- L l :
I' ,. a\\.' to"5pot \(\\0 friends are hivited.Rev L. : .texxb !Thea/tre./ An' lr BLUE : J1 l lF "

$\ \ O IL MaLendon, 'pastor; ''Harry teenagers.,. .... ..!are.,._ invited.,. t"'''',!...:....,...' . .
Eaate Young, reporter.Mrs. x FRESH .,\ j"" 14.. .- ., L. -M. Royal is sponsoring -, y-yiy "y..V. t ..i., 'tt. ., FLORIDA GRADE "A" -

H vet da St.a this barbecue Saturday at 923 11I \P".ort-j hi WTE'YI : .- '

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| interest of 4th r i.l,49 ;t

members to attend.and friends Chicken are and Invited .I B1 Ema Blanchard S'TEWIN4''Sf 1(

77tiltri. pork barbecue will be served & .. . . .. .u.. .. .'
The members are happy over
4 the success of the apron parry Fellowship Supper I.
F'I sponsored by Mrs. Young Members of the Baptist :: s rlsr >>:. r lB8t1

1- {,As{ :dulaun. svi. w f.r.M r.W. cn.. snss{P j Harry Young, '''reporter. Church met -at the Pastorium 'SCt\l 19v' SI.k
Bethel Baptist Church Saturday night and.enjoyeda g
. I The pastorRev.. A. Vinci covered dish supper. This )

' ,,,REJYGUIF! TfflE AT KG SAVKwS: i announces that next Sunday was really a feast,when all of v d', :,.... __ ..... ...- -. '..: ..

,, SEE YOUR NEAREST GULF DEALER LISTED BELOW; 1 there School, will at Bethel only at be 10'Sunday a. 'n those were mysterious uncovered looking and on dishes tile- v ,- - 4 TAST>l .: GRAY F. F CA-; f'

I with Supt. Melton in charge taWe. Everyone enjoyed 'themeal i' 'i j"M t
1 L--- ,, Dea Everyone on Julius invited Royal" to,attend.reporter gether.and Afberwsrd a social all time joined to $ T_ :T ;I :( lI

r. Antioch Baptist Church in'singing hymns with Mrs. _

WESTSIDE% GULF SERVICE The Women's Dar Drive Joyce Flitch, the pianist, at \., 1T 7' .ES ,.milKS :MUtt''Z"2'
closed Sunday ,Aug. 13, and the piano. :/d2)ut.O uttended r : ;

( ;" LEONARD VARNES the chairman and eft-cnair- this: affair.Mrs. I
I p W.. Madison St. Starke, .Fla.t man are taking thejf hats olf O..,Phillips spent a / I I
__ few days in Macbh, Ga. with 2 251
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'J > .:;. her s nmla.arid tJatfehter r, tiJ4 r 3 7' LB 4"9 .

JNa Mr. .and Mrs. Fate Redd. ; v LIS ,
, Vhile. there :ahe..a.ttended the ttf.-. -" -t '.ISM r e .-- --.-.. '..-.,. ....'..-..F_- -- >-'- -.
'w ddiIIt' f th4oldest son'Fel- I ;
-man-R dd. Lie "Mrs. PhflIipsol4est .. I'J..o .; IB .tEfI ,ECQI.. !. .
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graiidsbn.Mrs.. I : '
7 Redd.returned with tier moOi- A C TON ASSORTED '

.. @l Jaikt tlo / .:: and-wiU V>e here tor a week. SG f MlMERCHANtS1 J fROi"

.. 7l 7- >. ., Miss ArthurioLe Blanchard I STAMPS I "\. f EAT :
J ''' .- ,., "" -" visited Miss' Enza Blanchardover GREEN, URGE
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rye
i.. Johnny .anal Pam. spent their I $ :
., FOR 4 CENTS? vacation visiting points of interest ADDlESS--' da 20, ll1.1 T 5.. QZ ] '-00 .

: ,; ; In youthFjerida.. They ,CODE' ST Lt2, I ,
1.\ spent four days with Mr. And __, -- t with $5:00: c
: ,'. '. 1 ';J" Mrs. George Atkinson and RTIR'f food Order J ;:11, I'
... family: : at:Eirerttate. ,,;1"
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."c. ',1 i ..i Mr. anct-Mrs. 3.-C.: Prevatt .' .. tl .PA-t'a'. t'> .
: : .- And,-children: xtf.Ocalft were .' I..' :' ;;
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'-y : :. weekend guests of Mr. andMii.C --.FR'O'ob\ie. .. .. .- .. .: .-', -.,': .
if. 11 Ptevatt ri
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'. 0\ '\.. ; ._*s :Q; J. ? ips sAd Dan MEROJAffTS GREEN STAMPS. lARGE DAI.'I FoR t .
ny visited David Browning in
-; 'Hi.- '*lIh mt's HoSpitaL a+oc., lTR w WI+lY,a+cme+r,vAI1Ft.ut CANTALIUP ls N
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Though David is.not. yet !
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4 ..;. to. see visitors, they pent. A TNIdCOUPpq rXP1RLS .
f whU 1. Nm a1aT r9+F1_ a ,
whoe 'tliere.
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:' t--. Mr. andMrs. C.rR. Crews 1.0PES Z -
walk .ev8n 1'
._ 'Hardly! Yet you voluntary
Mr&' 1Yanen Bot Wand FOR -I .
further to pay many, arb .ll.in. ts 1'SOnK. ;;:, -,,:, I Miss .Merle $otr&ht;' who is .
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.. i ; --when: would take only'a-* 'stamp to ." vjsjt ttil, Mr. .and; ,jars. p._ .R .... >.. .J

.It... carrtyour check to 'its'destination. And 1. i' Boatright here were 'visitins. 1fttCitAttTS EEN iTA ;x BREAKFAST cur AROMA RICH
it takes; only minutes ,toopening f1 he j k.* '. friends' ia Tallahassee. Satur. yFITN TMr PURCIWt OiT.' ., -

I .4 ., account at our bank, Enough sand. ':' day.Mr.. and'MrslBiU; Reid and TOP --

t 1ft sons of Jsefcsenrfilt were Sun- ; IN- 4; I t c iffee \
: 4ar shatters of air=a. Effie '

.' ". t Miner. slit, ti'j'1 ,r "
Miss Nola Jean Roberts. ,
., ... -& -- also of Jacksonville, Was visiting C :
I I Mrs. Miner on''.Sunday.. 25MEXCHAmS LL. BAC

j \I P. L" 0. R'IDA i 1 Mrs, .Jeyce Put b.6ent the GREEN STAMPS GREEN.STAMPS 1Ei.'1" : lDIIP
: il first part ,of the week with pbkcHAsr -.
,Warn tix rtG lane or
,. -.- -' I Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick, in } K$ O B Y fM$IttfD 9ALlON ADp -

: '0', : B" .N'K If SIMKiJNl : : : : Ta119Whn there she ST'BAY 'iUNS : l000 .
vsit d Mrs! Q rl. JCurtsiager TFlie i i/l! ,
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n'. I in Chattahoochee and Mr. ti sr 1 >IU1SUlIT7M rani lY .
!> 6f 21BAMKS OF Alt FLCMOA NATIONAL CROU. MCMIIK FCOIRAL OlfOUT iiiiunaiteuOi i and':,Mrs A:/",' Futeh and

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PICE.TEN : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE, FLORIDA '.iHliHqnAV. ..Atrr...,...... n.... i A"c"*.' '' V

YYYTTYTTYTTYYTYYYTYTYTHMPTON' College in Johnson City, Mrs. David Younker and 'YYYYYyyy THE RIGHT POINT for the
gan yyyyy.yyyyyy ting for a lovely'stork,shower: and children 1 s. A. W. Brown were JUTS. and Mrs. Carl Brown and chil-
T nn. children are spending several last Tuesday: night for Mis.. guests of Mr.,and ROwe. Mrs Bill Gnann ,way you write. Come In and \

PersonalsMr. weeks here with her parents, PINE LEVELBy Gene Peterson. The guests James Sr. of aby,.Mrs. Doris Hall, Mr, dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim "!select lOur favorite ESTER- (,
and Mrs. Charles :Damon Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams, were surprised when they arrived 1 BROOK FountaIn' Pen. TELE-
.. Mr. and Mrs. Hall. all of Starke.
Mrs. Artenius Brown my
J'tBl Mrs. D. E. Hill their daughter, Corine. while her husbands on Mrs. J. Eo McRae to learn that a baby ner and sons i! GRAPH. I
ii 5 and son, Roger, all of Gainesville maneuvers with the Marines. girl had been born that aver --
Christ, Tex. and
.. aLAyItevval' N. Y. spent last week i They have been living in Beaufort 4 IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmong noon to Mrs: Peterson. Her

;p'g{ Begins' SundayAt here with his brotherinlawand S. C. Amelia Williams is the visitors at church husband, therefore, substitutedfor Brunner and a
sister Mr. and Mrs. John also at home with her parents her enton are guests
Christian Church Here Sunday were Mrs.. M. L. Wat- as the guest of honor.
r I Parker. During the week they from the University of Florida, Those attending were: Mrs. Mrs. A. R.
Revival services at Hampton terson of Hampton, Joe Saw
drove to Daytona Beach. until the fall session begins. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. Bob '
ChriStian Church begin Sun and Gerald Norman of Heil- We are glad to
daY: Aug. 20, with diaries; Clearwater, St. Petersburg ', Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blown bronn Springs. rick, Sue Jackson, Mrs.. B. M. Mrs. A. W. ace. ;k. .\ k j
Tampa and also visited E ve: and children were weekend : McRae, Mrs. A.
Wingd Fender
Roswell Ga. as All the young people of PineLevel home Friday
Springs and Ocala. On Saturday visitors in Auburndale.Mr. '
Mrs., Glen Conner Geraldine
evangelist. :Rev Wingo will who, went to Youth
be present for the Sunday the Damons.Parkers, and' and Mrs. J.. T. Brooks, Camp,at Shady Grove returned Fender, 'Mrs: J.. W,, McRae Bradford, County
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morris Mrs. Ollie Brooks, and T. F. ; Mrs. Leon Conner, Mrs., J. B. Sunday guests
morning service' at llv a. m. with praise, and ,repor.ed
and daughters of Gainesville Forsyth of Green Cove Springs McRae and, Mrs- ',Wallace. .
and.each evening throngnout a very good time. "
thoweek at 8 p./m. drove to St. Augustine sight"seing. visited 'relatives here in ,Mrs. H..M. McRae of Heii- Hostesses 'were Mrs. Vernie j'1::.
"+ Hampton Monday.Mr. Thornton Mrs J. C. Saop, "
bronn Springs
Rev. Carl Clark, pastor, will Mr. and Mrs.,W. M- Philips and Mrs. Otto Hicks spent Sunday Mrs. Freddie,Watterson, :Mrs.
With the J. W. McRaes.Mr. .
bethfe, song evangelist for the list
Iweek's returned to Hampton returned to their farm home and Mrs. Rufus Alvatu'nd Faith Brown., and Mrsr Alnn ..
meetings, which willcontinue weeks'visit "
weekend after a'three near Hampton Sunday from a Farr.VYYYY.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYVVY. WHEN *
through Sunday, in Jacksonville, their former two weeks'. vacation trap to son Daniel, and Mr. a:1dMrs. i : c \ J/ 3
Au&..27. 'Everyone,is invitedto home. Mr. Phillips has Hot Springs, Ark. Rodman Reddish: and 1 IS IN THE
ttend. filed to for city marshalin family were among: those attending HAVE
run Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher
Dale Thomas, son of Mr. the September election.Mr. and children, and Mr. and the Alvarez family reunion STATE FARM A 60GD 4 )

arid Mrs. 'Jake Thomas of and Mrs. Bob Fade are Mrs. D. E. Hill and daughters at Kingsley. Lake last ;',

LaTce:Butler and a student at the parents of a son, Michael visited the Jacksonville Zoo Sunday. .. '*', 't" :; \.L ,.
Kentucky\ Christian College, Keith, born Saturday Aug. 12, ,Sunday afternoon. Vicky Mr. and Mrs. WillardBrowning's By'Mrs. ,0. E., CrosoytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA _

delivered both morning and at the Alachua General Hospital Mosher accompanied Mrs. C. daughter Wauda > ; 4V\\ vr.d
eyening messages at tile in Gainesville. Mr. Faile's L. Cooper and children Sundayon and son and .daughter-in-law: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Browningof School Opens August 24
Christian Church last Sunday. parents.'J r. and Mrs. Ernest a,trip to Cross City to visit
New Jersey are .spending a Well, boys and' girls, get
Mn and Mrs. Clark and
Faile of Lancaster S. C. arrived relatives and attend services
few days with them. your togs ready for'school in
daughters are visiting inLouisville Sunday for a visit with Lit New Prospect Baptist I
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez Lake Butler on August 24. 'C14 1 '
Ky. and attending them and with Mr. and Mrs Church where Rev. V(. P. Mc- '
and, children of Orlando were Those who attend, Starke
.i ministers'! retreat at Milli- Rex Faile in Gainesville. Elroy was holding a revival. ,
., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus I' schools are 'a little bit luckyTheydon't
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Carter
Alvarez Saturday but were have to start un-
I, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
called back. due to the deathof til Sept. &The teachers will
; A. H. Perry: Mr. and Mrs. :Tom With A RX ,:
ANiPTONChristian Paladino, Miss Sylvia Childs, Mrs. Alvarez's father, J. L. begin August 21. .r n.m.x..wa.Aa: >'wx..ns+ v.r\vwi.a. ....... .. ,.,,., .."..... :,...., ...... .:..,.: :v
Sweat. Cost's So Low
i Sandy Chasea, and ,Gene ?
: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford to Mr. and
Is Best We !
Chasen drove to Daytona -
Browning spent Sunday at St. Mrs. R. 'E.' Upton upon receiving -
::; Church I Beach on Sunday. fickle Carter Augustine. their'Masters Degreesin can you picture your family
a nephew of W.,D. Carter's
Buddy Starling is spending science at Florida State
; from Daytona Beach, who has '
\ I this week ,with his,uncle and University last, week. simmering this summer?
been ,visiting here for several
fI.J aunt Mr.,and Mrs.'R. C. Cannon Mrs. Essie, Hunter of RX
weeks, returned home with
Invites YOU ,of Palatka. Gainesville, Spent -last week
.t. I them. Mrs. Rufus Alvarez was in with her son-in-law and air condition electrically NOW!
Mra.'J.lI. Gregory returned
i' Jacksonville Tu daughter. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. only $ t _
to Hampton Sunday from a fdayoattend-j
ing a, stork Roberts ,and son, Larry., Also
::\ I' visit with'her' son-in-law and I' Plan now for real summer comfort for your family. Enjoy ,
Revival daughter, Mrs. Gerald Bald- visiting Mr.:and Mrs. Robertswas
''I t daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn win. her brother, J. N. Canthenof crisp cool, mountain-fresh weather inside your home-no

I Wright, in, Philadelphia P*. .. Glad .to hear that Woodrow Folkston,'Ga Installed smatter how hot and muggy and sticky the air maybe ATTIC VENTILATING I and WINDOW FANS ;
II Mr. and Mrs. Wright are the Thomas came home from the Mrs. O.; 'E. Crosby andgrandchildren outside. In addition to providing cool comfort, Electric Air
parents of a new daughter, hospital Monday. Stevie and Conditioning filters out irritating dust and pollen, controlshumidity _
Susan Renee, born Saturday
I Services- July 29, in Philadelphia., ,' Dr.:: W. E. ,Hall is attendirgthe Spudie enjoyed a picnic at 100 ,locks out street noises,makes housekeeping easier, They remove hot,stale air
Hall family reunion in Jacksonville Zoo Monday. and helps mildew caused moisture.
"t_ -Mr. and Mrs. Virgil .Neq- prevent by excess -draw In clean fresh air.
.. Dublin Ga. Wednesday night supper,
some and children of Ft. ; For complete comfort-summer and winter-investigate
Mr. and Mrs John Marcusof guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
At 8:00 O'clock Each Night Petersburg wee weekend year-round Electric Air Conditioning.Why .
Jacksonville were visiting Roberts were Capt. and Mrs. i,
I visitors here, last week with
; August 20-27 his uncle and aunt, Mr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez Linwood Watts' of.Largo former delay when happier, healthier living for your entire iff

;' Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh., Mr. and: Mr. and Mrs. Rodman residents of the Farm.' family costs so little Sunshine Service Electricity is,noW an..;:. r

I Newsome, Mrs. Bedenbaugh, Reddish last Thursday. Mr., and Mrs. O. E. Crosby: bigger bargain than,ever. Buy Electric Air Conditioning on 1 'i iaucut' t '
.Charles Wingo Evangelist Mr. and Mrs. Robert star- Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, .. elf a0
and another nephew, Pitt the"WholeHouse" or the "Add-a-Room-a-Year" plan. ,-
[ ling's ,nephew and niece. ]Mr. Gerald, and Buie Crosby visit- i', ,
'II Newsome, were visiting near See'your electric appliance dealer today.
;: Roswell, Ga. Worthington Springs .last and Mrs. Coullette. of Pa ed Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosbyat "
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I week. latka were visiting her Sun Linden Saturday afternoon.

: 'Carl Clark, Song Evangelist II i day.Mr....and'Mrs. Marvin Johnson Mr.-'Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert were Taylorof guests ;i IAUTO -f 1ttJ1atd)fl.g.ffJl.l} $. t

; THE RIGHT POINT for the and daughter Gertrude, of his parents, Mr. and ''Mrs.R. ,

t' way you write. Come In and are spending, a few days At H. Taylor Saturday.Rev. .FLORID A POWER. & FLORIDA'C ,0, .*.fA P A H T
:"Bring Someone With You" select your favorite ESTER- Mantanzas River near Hast and Mrs. E. F. Mayton' IN3 BUILD .

01 and children returned from a I I < .

I ings.Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald Baldwin ten-day vacation with icla-I i

of Jacksonville were visiting tiyes ,in Washington, D. C.. .
Baldwin's' Norfolk, 'Va. and, Indian BUSINESS
r Mrs. pareais '
i .Mr and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez, SpringS.Ga. : I
l "eI Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. J. E.Edwards DIRECTORYMUSIC

Stork Shower and daughter, Linda, are visit I' ., ..1'M
} 's and Mrs. ing in Georgia this week. I 111m
The home of Mr. r = 6 ,
: HUGO] WHAT'SOD ?Ills OH, I POt Hllrt NSR Thornton set Rev. and Mrs. E..F\ Mcyton:
,RUN ,DOWN TO 860 r Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor Lillian
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Authorized Sales &,Service -
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501 N. Gainesville'' 112 ,8., E. ''First Oamesttlla
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T1W Servi Lamar PearsonAT FR 6-4335 IJ POWER SAWS

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Used Cars Line of 2538 N. B. 19th Dr., "
.F 39c ilL i ie GLASS ,That's Our Business FR U TOII INTERIOR TRIM SEEDSPLANTS- Gainesville '.
4ge. "If It's' GlassWe i Have It" FERTHdZERSInsecUeldes -ate
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LINCOLN 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders
Lowest Prices 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Singer Sewing

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(NOT ,INC.) Authorized Sales 1021 E. University Ave Fla. 11 Used Singer Sewing Machine I

"Formerly Peters Glass Co." Parts Gainesville Many One Of A SIfid

FOR ANY GLASS LADIES WEAR Starting At $9.95, (
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Used Cherry's 216 W. University Gainesville
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VI i Support B. & G. Sidney Leopold, Owner 105 W. University, ,Gainesville ,1.,tit W. University Gslneeyjtie

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Parts Gainesville FR 2-8392 FORTUNE FOR MEN '
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