Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 5, 1962
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: : Special Forces( Due Sunday


4 ir. Jacksonville reservists of Seventh Special Forces Group Operation Alligator is unique !- Forces is a qualified parachutist aids'3 and ambushes.

t 1 the .Army's Special Forces headquarters?, Fort Bragg N. 1n'this type of training, and the field part of Operation Upon deployment the men
will this weekend start a two- C., will serve as advisors dur- being the first time In the
1 1t will will be given day's C rations
Alligator get un- one -
week field exercise that will ing the problem.The reserve program that a unit
infiltrate some 450 paratroopers Jacksonville reservistsare hasconducted its own train- der way with a mass para- and a canteen of water.

into an .area stretching part of ,the First Special ins without support of an active chute drop at Keystone Air- From then on, they will be

from Camp Blanding to the Forces [Airborne], US. Ar- Army installation [fort or port during the morning of "on their own." CoL Wolfs

southern edge of the Ocala my Reserve. camp).
f rx S"' I Ii July 14. A similar drop will said that some men will be
1 National Forest. The Army Special Forces- Though the men will be at
In carrying out Operation or "men in the green berets"as Blanding for five days before take place to the Ocala Na- "living off the land" for nine i

Alligator as" the extensive they are sometimes called the field exercise actually tional Forest at the same or !ten days. They are forbidden :

= field problem is named, the are dedicated specialistswhose starts on the 13th, "They time. to make purchases or to

/s- ; 13th Special, Forces Group tactics are as modernas won't have a chance to come Col. Wolfs said that civil- ask for food or water at private -

a commanded by Col. Henry J. tomorrow yet as old as to Starke," according to CoL ians in the area are welcome -homes during this per-

Wolfs will have the support mankind itself. Using the Wolfs. to ,witness the drop at Keystone iod. Each man will carry pur- I

ky of an MP .[Military Police] techniques of anti-guerilla The genial commander,-who Airport when the men ification tablets for water ob- .

company from Melbourne; a warfare and trained to help visited Branding Sunday with will jump from C-19's flown tained from lakes or streams. ",

..'- :" wr Medical Detachment from Mi- the people of Communist- members of his staff said the by US. Air Force reservistsout CoJ. Wolfs expressed hope 1

ami; 100 'men from the Con- subjected or threatened na- men "''.iimply won't have time"to of Homestead. for "cooperation" on the part .

td ; trol ,Group of the IV Corps tions resist the enemy Spe- vis'it town.during their stayin Techniques to be stressed of civilians who happen to

.a the Florida Air .National cial Forces troops have already ttte area. He said that Operation during the extensive problem come in contact with the men ,

II Guard the 76th Troop Car- been used extensivelyin Alligator, will be a 24- will be survival training land In the green berets, but could ,

At Camp Blanding last Sunday to make preliminary plans for Operation Alligator rier Squadron [Air Force Re- Laos and Viet Nam. They hov r-a-day assignment with navigation communications, not disclose the manner in

serve] from Homestead; and stand ready for deployment training in the daytime and guerilla warfare techniques, which, this cooperation mightbe
were Col. Henry J. Wolfs, commander 13th Special Forces Group (center I
this will be
given as
about 20 US. Navy Reservists. anywhere else they might be maneuvering! at night. parachute drops of personneland a part
foreground), and members of his staff (from left) : Capt. Edward Parero, Sgt. Active Army personnel from needed. Every man in the Special supplies demolition, andFishTailing' of the problem Itself, i
I Ronald Cams, Maj. Eric McLendon, and Lt. Col. John J. :Malcom.For .

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|, Of Two Men At, Lawtey i 91K 1 Only Moderate IncreasesBudget 4

Funeral services will be Marion Arthur Griffis. 28, requests came at to the business of consideringthe

held Sunday at 3 p.m. in Bon- a Korean war veteran, died the Bradford County? Commission requests. Board members

if ay, Florida for Jessie Wayne early last Saturday morningof l'a hot, and heavy Tuesday will convene again on Tuesday '

Turner 25, of Lawtey ,who ,a self-inflicted 'shotgun as county officials set thestage"for' July 17, to continue their

died Thursday night June 28 wound after deputies had the board's annual budget maneuvers.

in the University 'of''Florida worked all night trying ,to "Battle of the Budget. Agencies reporting budget ::

Teaching' Hospital from' calm ;'him, according to in- Meeting in ,regular sessionthe requests for the 1962-63 fiscal -

self-inflicted pistol wound. J formation released by the board Tuesday took care year were the county

Although he fired two shots, J Bradford County sheriff's of- of- other business- well as health unit recreation depart-

at the home of his parents *fice.Dead hearing four budget requests, ment Civil Defense and rescue -

1 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner, at 6:25: a.m. last Saturday and In the afternoon got down squad and the Chamberof

in Lawtey 'only' one entered from' head wounds Commerce. '

i his head and he was not Wiled from a ..16 guage shotgun, Dr. A. Y. Covinsvm: told the Trailer Blamed

instantly.. The'shooting 'occurred Griffis'had been a patient at J Dr. Shafer AskedTo Long Reports board that by going tight on ,

I ,at approximately. 6:45:, the ,Veteran's Hospital. ,,in Augusta .- reserve funds his office can
pjn Thursday 'and Turner Ga.According. Test get by in 1963 on just $242 For Bad. Accident TuesdayAn

died, aV 12:45. that night.. He to"the1' sheriff's for % ValuesAt over last year's' budget of .. ,
-kas''' first brought.- -the- office'JrUlis.1 Ead, been disturbed jerty $33,758 or a total of $34,000. ; "
Bradford County,Hospital and all day Friday ana had J Role .In Film; He also told the board that improperly-loaded trailer on'301, just north.of.Stucky's' '.<:

then transferred to the UP tried to set fire to"the. ,home the Health Department is may have been the cause the ,wavy condition of the I. .
1 medical, center. .of his parents and two others. It is thousands of miles $16 Million well within this year's bud- of an automobile accident on southbound lane at*that point \

The shooting took place in He took his shotgun and ran between' New York Manila, get and should finish the US. 301 at 115pm., Tuesday caused the'traller to start

the yard of .the senior "Tur- from -his; parents' home at Hampton and Hollywood. year well under the line. He placing Mrs. Nancy Gordon "fish-tailing." He glanced in

ner's' home near a snail office Lawtey late Friday afternoon But if you were to follow' Property valuations in reported that his department 48, of Washington, 1>.C. the rear view mirror Gordon

building, of his :father's He 'had been ;Staying with the activity in the life of Bradford County now total has had 30 hospital cases dur- on the critically injured list said to see the trailer and

Turner Tarwood.The" them since January. Dr. Edmund Shafer recentlyof 16010157. an increase of ing 1962 at a total cost of: in the University of Florida lost control of the car. hittingthe
business' He spent the night on a Hampton you would findas $704,515 over last year according $4,214 but said that state Medical Center. bridge abutment. The full
c lather was an eyewitness -
to the incident. Turner railroad track near, the home, he has that time goes by to the new tax roll matching funds cut the cost State Trooper L. N. Fowler length of the car's right side D
presented Tuesday by Tax Assessor to the down to $2,223. was sheared off by the impact '
had forced the rear door of being narrowly'missed by a quickly and miles vanish in county said the trailer pulled by a %
Gene Long to the Boardof -
train during the night and with the bridge siding
the office open and obtained an active life. Recreation Department 1956 Buick driven by MerrittC.
the .38 caliber pistol from a resisting the, efforts of deputies And life for Dr. Shafer is County Commissioners. Chairman James Bloodworth Gordon 53, husband of the and the Buick continued 39
to him to give the Non-exempt property increased feet after striking the north
desk drawer. certainly not dull or lacking requested the same budget, woman was heavily
4 gun up the officers said. i in interesting challenges. by $266,555 to a new $3,352.12 that his department loaded with the bulk at the abutment coming to a stop

Turner was born September Griffis in Brad- I high of 10297427. Long last!'::. for north rear end behind the axle. just beyond the south end of
was oorn instance if got year At State view sheared-off side of
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13, 1935 in Santa RosaCoun
said. About 50 cent of the the Fowler
ty. Florida -and had served in ford County on June 1, 1934, with now and go backward increase due per to growth of and south Starke. He said Gordon said tnat as he ap- Gordon's at estimated demolished car. Lower photo shows another view of
was speed from 45 to
the son of Joseph Manningand that the county's outlying proached the concrete bridge
we find him in negotiations
the U.s. Air Force for two 50 car and overturned trailer.
the county, and the remainder mph.
years,, from, 1955, to 1957,. Pearl Luke Griffis ofLawtey.'and'was : with Columbia Pictures, who from a continuing equalization towns had not yet reported I __ ___--'-__
a member of: have asked him to test for the their budgetary requirementsbut Mrs. Gordon was seated on
- dl Surviving is his wife Catherine' the Church of God. role of, famed Dr. Albert program In which valu- are expected to do .so Utility Bills the sheared-off side of the
Mears Turner; a daughter Council Must
ations were raised In some Give Reason
his parentsand Clerk Charles car. Her right leg was man-
'' Surviving are Schweitzer in a film to be soon. County
'Turner sister,
Lynn ; a
instances the said.
Gerald assessor Must Be Paid gled and a piece of chrome
Ray'of Tallahassee eight brothers: made later this year. Darby told the commission
Mrs. Arnold. 'Clarence. and ,Based on the current oper- Brooker and from the car stuck through
James that Lawtey ,
Molden L. Dr. Shafer the
his parents approaches I
and ating tax levy of 20 mills the I her neck. Gordon For Delay In Utility
f and Benny Magha Turner of Charles Griffis all of Lawtey: Columbia Pictures engage- Hampton receive recreation By TenthCity escaped I PlanningCity
Lawtey. Frank Griffis of Starke; Mar- ment with a zest. For this School Board will receive an. funds in direct proportion to with minor injuries but was
I cus Griffis of Lake Wales, additional $5,331 on the bas Starke.At admitted to the hospital due
A service was held l I doctor, author, scientist and Clerk Merrill Edwardsthis Arch Thomas! '
prayer The
I and Lester C. Griffis of Milford is of the new assessment roll to his badly 1 I donations refusal came
businessman Hollywood holdsno the close of the discus- week issued the following shaken-up condition
Saturday Jones Memorial Conn.; two sisters: Mrs. The County Commission said Tuesday night that the !,I on the heels of a report of
interest. It sion the recreation department and
special on near shock
statement to the
Chapel in Starke with Rev. Mildred Griffis of Raiford and stands to gain an additional Housing and Home Finance j j. Attorney'Thomas in which he
Board Member Rus-
Mrs. Frances Elliott of Law- is somewhat "old hat" to $4,854 if levy remainsthe Starke: The Gordons were In the Agency would grant no ex- said under present city ordinances !-
Howe officiating. Fu- sell Green told Bloodworth,
Tommy him. About 15 hew
years ago same. "I have been instructed by the process of moving from Washington tension of planning time until the council could pay
neral'services are set in the tey. s with Columbia taking, "Anytime the county has to I I
City Council to advise you thai to St. the reason of delay couldbe money to advertise the city to
Petersburg and
Valuations have shown an
'Funeral services were held major role In the'movie "I cut the recreation depart-
Boriifay Cemetery Sunday. effective with August 1 explained and eliminated. the board
your any manner considered -
Monday at the graveside in Walk Alone"' which was a bestseller increase In the county for the ment's budget. I'm going to were carrying a-heavy load of I
Burial will! follow with De- said utility bill that all utility billsi Thomas made his report to I prudent.In .
past 10 but Long make motion to cut the
Kingsley Lake.Cemetery with in book form at the years a i will be due when rendered arid household goods and appliances -
Witt C. ,Jones Funeral Home the Rev. Laurie McKinney officiating time. He' has appeared 'in .this..Year's gains were lower commissioner's checks off in their Mr. the Starke city council answer to -a question by
delinquent the 10th of the 'trailer. ,
on in .
meeting regular session Clerk Merrill Edwards
than in other recent City ,
in charge of local' arrangementS Burial followed in some other pictures too but years. first.
: month hereafter. All utility billsnot ; Gordon is
a retired'govern- Tuesday, and suggested the the attorney also read
.Fu the family. plot under direc- his coming role is one"he He pointed 'out also that Rescue Unit spokes- op-
and with the Sims County
'paid by1 the 10th of the city send the a letter
ment worker. agency inion from General
tion of DeWitt C. Jones Fu- the lost in Attorney
looks forward to 'county $10,155
having Delano Thomas
eral Home in charge at_Bon- man reques- month will have services discontinued explaining the request before
n Richard Ervin which stated
neral Home .of Starke. railroad values in 1962. This Fowler,saidthe 'car
was a
spent several years, beginningin ted a $24 increase over last and'a service'
I the of the four
flay expiration that city residents now re-
1936 'as a doctor in a assessment is fixed by a board years budget for a total of for reconnecting;' total loss and -estimated property -
months planning time on July receiving electricity from sour-
Youth Admits leper colony on St. Croix in in Tallahassee and Long has $1,024 while Clerk Darby said -Merrill Edwards damage 'at. 'around '
_ :, 24. The city has received I ces other than the city of
the Virgin.Islands. I Quentl1.chaJjenged' the that Civil Defense '
: Summer director. City Clerk 1$1.. 00.r '$6,000 planning money from Starke 'cannot legally erect anew

Taking Cash [Continued on Page Six] fairness of its values. [Continued on Page Six] City of Starke_ :, the g government_'________ agency with..___ I residence and not takecity :

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Swimming' !From StoreA a p.,7. ,. .' .,' and additions to thecity's I tart by the city.
I .. -. -:'< ".. ...-. -" ;.. <. .'." ., sewer system as well as I Edwards said he requested

ProgramFor 15-year-old Starke juve- -f' to construct a new treatment i the opinion after the questionhad
confessed Monday to ;
nile plant. arisen'several times when

Bradford County stealing two radios and ap- a 4 The council two weens ago city residents built new homes -

proximately $200 in cash from ------ had requested a six months but did not take city power.
School Students Winkler Electric Incorporatedon a rryx -- extension of planning time The council also discussed,
Temple Avenue, in Starke, I
Starts S.a but so far has advanced no but took no action on a request -
according to Deputy Sheriff _
reason for the delay. I by City Councilman

Monday July 9 Willard Williams. In other action at the brief Wayne Douglas for a pay increase -
The deputy said Tuesday he I
meeting the council turned forTBuilding Inspector
FREEENROLLMENT the two radios and
reCovered down a request from the Band I E. C. LOB*.!The inspector pre
late Monday afternoon -
I $198 in cash ,, Ca Boosters for the city to sently rece\ves'\ $50 per month
the youth
just donate $500 to send the band I Douglas said but that amount
Winkler's for the
had entered to the Orange Bowl in Miami : falls to meet his exnet15es.
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fourth time. The boy before would Front View ;Rear Elevation I on January 1. Concensus of Douglas said that Long is do-
enter the store Just
several members of the board ling an outstanding job and
time and hide in the
This Space Contributed closing was that "We would be glad is working full-time at what
rest room until Winkler and New Bank Building Nearing Completion
to donate our own money to.I is usually considered a part-
Weekly to Publicize his employees had gone home, send the band to Miami but time job.
then he would take some mon- Work on the new Florida drive-in equipment. The new bank, modern in all General SuperintendentJames Ocala and the Yankee Stadiumin
we do not feel that the city'smoney The board discussed doubl-
Community Events by ey from the cash register and Bank at Starke building on W. With brickwork in the finishIng respects will be an added attraction Wolverton is using some TL Lauderdale. should be spent in
ing the $50 a month Long presently -
i 11 the
The theft sub-contractors during Superintendent Wolverton
the other items.
Jefferson is about 90% com- stage, and most of the glass to the business-face of such a fashion." < receives and also the
was discovered when Winkler construction, under the general thinks the building her when
The Community missed the two radios. The pleted and is expected to be installed, the firm of Caldwelland the city of Starke. In soft-col contractor, CaldwellScott.The completed will be one of the The council also cited financial possibility, of giving him all

youth always took very small finished within sixty days. Scott of Ft. Lauderdale as ored gray Arkansas brick the firm has built a numberof finest bank buildings he has reasons, saying mon- the receipts collected on the i

State Bank amounts of cash except Mon- The cost of the new structureis general contractors expect exterior with its large drive-in outstanding buildings in Florida worked on. He supervised construction ey Is just too pressing," and, permits, as has been done

day when he was caught. he $270,000 which does not in- completion in time for opening banting area gives, a modem, including Florida Nationalat of the' -stadium ia also said that its against the I with a previous building Inspector

had taken $180, clude fixtures vault doors or .of the bank In early September stable outward,appearance, Orlando, Florida National ]at:Laoderdale.. r' policy tf t&e council to SiYO .



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\, 'Gail Stevenson of New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bag- f r rY {[
: I will the Bradford
Funeral Services reprsent Chap-. the standards recommended. ced, therefor to.,18 months,
I is spending the summer gett of Melbourne! were' here '. ter; and Wayne Stalnaker by the Courses of Study Com- will apply tor clemency to the

( 'with,.,hex'grandmother' Mis. 'over the:weekend visiting..jelatives t '": of,1.;. : For Mrs. Beck and Wayne Moore the Starke mittee and must be completed State Board of Pardons. Tal-

I Edith Christiansen. ,' They were' aecompan- ...- I Chapter.The by November 30, 1962. lahassee,. Florida; at its next
ied home by their children -11'... At Beulah ChurchMrs.
Mike Colson of Providenceis aeeting.Isl .
t i annual camp, on the Interested citizens of the j regular
'visiting his grandmother, Donna and Gary, who spent > Santa community are invited to examine FATE BROWN
r.: I Ik River near High -
GlAJ2t..l.1{OQTY PBq N4951. two, weeks with their grandparents Linnie Thomas Beck,
Mrs .C. Manning for several Springs, is conducted by ths the books and submit 7-5 2t 7-12
68, of Theressa, died Satur-
Mrs and Mrs. Willis
days., : Florida Forest Service. In their recommendations both
I E Mr. and Mrs. James Groover: } Mr: and Mrs. 'Fred. .Snell The Charles. Hardy Douglas .DyaL day morning .in the University addition to recreation, the "pro" and "con". All recom- -

.' :I' and family of Gainesvillewere and family spent the week- Hardy, and Eldon Hardy Miss Ideal Landrum of Durham of Florida HealthCenter after -i camp includes training in mendations from lay citizensas j THE BIGHT POINT for the

_. Saturday visitors of Mr. end at Daytona,Beach. families ittended a., family,reJthehome. K.C. i L..visiting.her-mother v an extended illness. t farm forestry, gum farming, well as language teacherswill way you write. Come in and

and Mrs. C. 1,. Dinkins. Mr. and Mrs Glen Reddishof iiitonat of.Mr, and Mrs. Merritt Williams, Born in Clay County on I forest fire prevention, and be considered impartiallyby \ wlect' favorite ESTER-
>' Mrs. Harry stallings was a Pennsgrove N. J. are Mrs. Tom Hard in Hampton and family this week. IP; !! April 3, 18g4. her parents were wildlife. the committee. ', Fountain. Pen. TELEGRAPH.

*, medical patiejit-injrS> .R Vin-' :spending iff$ weeks, with their ,last! Sunday. ,Ninety$ rmmbersoflthe Mrs. P. T. Nolinr has:. twen' the late Pixton and' Mary Har- / c BROOK
.."- cent's Hospital over the week $ family"enJoxecT the af, ris Thomas. She was a mem- NOTICE "'!.'. .
parents !
h.ertfj and Mrs, ,EP. > visiting h sister, Mrs. Malsie I Gibson Elected "' '; :
end. ,; ," ,. : Reddish and Mr. and'.MrsBroward i fair. V Helms who underwent surgeery ber of Beulah Baptist Church. Notice is hereby given thatI \M'I;.. ........r.J:'...
Mrs.-T. R. kite was visiting Capps Mr.and Mt.Cliartes Hardy last Tuesdav in the Bap- Survivors include two bro ,Chairman Of Fate Brown, who was convicted ATHLETFSFOOTHOW Ii- '

Mr.'an$'Idrs. Ralph Collins in 'Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and and" family risieo; her mother tist MemorlaF Hospital Jack thers. Sewell and Jesse Thomas in the U.s. District !i TO TREAT IT-

Pellum.'Oa. oven the weekend. ;. daughter Evelyn,, were in Mrs. Gv E. JUcGauley, sonville. -,.. .. --. both: of Theressa. .Text Book Group Court, Southern District of I.!. Apply butaat-dnrter T-4-L. You (*el i

Mr..'and Mrs.. Jimmy Crosby "Manchester ui" .Palatka QU, Saturday..y:. I Funeral services were held,I Florida, Jacksonville, Fla. at !:. take hold t* check KcUBf, bunuoimiaut ,

.. anoV.son4Jiave.,.jefcuraecl from Baxley. Ga., the,past; :week I. Mr.' and Mrs. 'Jack Berg Bradford Donna Cnunty Trawirk JJosoftal entered last Miss 'Conklin Weds at 2 pjn. Sunday in Beulah I At the orientation meetingof the May 20, 1960 term thereof I! infected**.kin rheat.ta nk S .to tf. S Witch days,beilth.alc,1

'. a there week? visit with relatives .visiting friends, and. relatives.' of Pomnano Beach, spent .S trurdav I Baptist Church- with Rev. R. State Textbook Committees of the offense of conspiracy !this repUc it. 11 not back pleased IN 0V;
r"I in'. Riverside,, Los Angeles Mr. and : Mrs. Will Blade : ,' to Monday .:.with Mr.apdMrs. f Thursday for, medical treatment Floyd ',Smith\ In T. Williams, and Rev. Luther j held recently in Tallahassee, to violate Internal Reve- HOUR. NOW your at.uc at any dragstore.

;:.. ,' and 'Holfyw86dt Calif, and 'family Off :Baxley Ga. W. ,x. Graham, for an" infection., ,' A. McGee .officiating. I L. H Gibson Bradford County nue LiqUOl Laws, and senten i ALL DRUG STORES
I r Mrs. H. 1,. Brownlee'.will re- will be guests this weekend of Papt. and Mrs" ,R. E.0Rhod-; MLcs; Barbara Smith of'Titusville Hampton. Church Burial was in the church i General Supervisor of In- -

t turn's aY from a 'two Mrs. W.' S. Slade' and Mrs. ea and sons,gf Bilosl,;M5; ., was visiting Mrs. Morris cemetery with DeWitt C. i i struction. was named chair-
,.Mr. and Mrs. D. Montieth Carter on Mondav, '! man of'the committee to select -
months visit A.
with relatives Clyde'Sinclair.Mrs. Conklin daughter of I Jones Funeral Home in
f ,,:.f iIi.WashIriif.on. : of Fprt Lauderdale, 'and Mr;;, -Mr. pd Mrs. F.: W. strick- Kathy charge. J textbooks in the area of 1 WIN PRIZE WEEKLY
C and Mosherof
D. John M. Mlllei'and had guests Mrs. }.{r.- and Mrs. Milton i
land have
M Baltimore M4/' While .there son Kevin., left Tuesday by an4sMrs. J. W""- ...Montieth.. v and,. as Hampton became the bride! Active pallbearers were El- modern foreign languages for
I :J. she madme:a' two weeks!,' si ht- plane for Sacramento, Calif.. sons of Jacksonville spending ; H.Miami::T/Riccardi: and chldrenof| Mr., of' Floyd Smith Friday night, lery Hickey, Cleo Hickey, Bill i state adoption. Languages Win $3.00 In your choice of any* tent hi the Vagabond
i'wseeintriP ''through. this month ai,the,Alvarez for three weeks.. Roberts, James Weeks, Clar- i recommended by the State will have our draw-
'the New' ,\o join Airman Miller, who'sstationed and Mrs. Lynn Smith of June 29, in:a candlelight cere- i Corner. Each Monday at 10 a. m. we
England.;States., :: ':', there with the Air cottage on Btog5leyf Lat; at Hampton Baptist ence Smith, and Arthur Hat- Courses of Study Committee number willbe posted in our' tore-
'.. _. Mr: and Mrs.' Brooks Paulkand. 'MeII Dhls. Tenn., and Mrs. O. mony [include French, German, Rus! Jng and the lucky
Mr: and?"itr R.. ith. t1eV; Force. Church. Mr. Smith is the son cher. .
oe Is eligible to register.If
... w: Drama of Jacksonville for Nothing to buy-Everyone
.daughter. of'lake. City! : I sian. and Spanish. Language
rfol f ispei :sever' ; ,Mr. and.Mrs. J. J. Smith of
a lI of
; S Mr. apd Mrs. ,J, L.. Cole andeon and Mr. ands Mrs. Gene Pet- .two.- *eks.' FFA Members I teachers throughout the state the holder of the winning ticket has not turned in

day" last'weQk.JaFbr'ti. : ''; Q.. Gary, returned_ ._Friday cher pf Jacksonville are,hoiiday Col.ndrMrs." H.- C.' Wall ; Cross City. I including those on the college their stub by Wednesday noon the amount is added" to
and:.the,weekend. atLtalte. .. and: after spending. 15 days with. The double-ring service'was Attend
: Bill of St To invited to
'.' guests of Mr. and, Mrs-. ,and sons Augustine Camp levels have been wl"ek's'draing..
Mrs 'J l l; Ge 'Jaclc- : the next
h. ,J1e, o ,friends nd relatives' in Ohio Dave Pauli. .spent Sunday through performed by Rev. W. -P. participate in the evaluation
\ t.sohvne, v$<$: :Mr J\'r'; E. SHutto ,, of the church in Be to come in to The Vagabond Corner each
: and Georgia. Elroy' pastor sure
II : Rey. and Mrs. Barry' Van Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. members of the local'j of the textbooks being sub-
l 1-. ; :;:aneT'fainJry'.franr: 'Stnldayto'wedAesday. -. Mr. and' Mrs. 'Elmer Johns i Deventer and son of Highlands Logan Baldwin at Kingsley a garden setting of f rn' and Chapters of Future Farmersof |I mitted by various publishers. week before Wednesday noon to see" il you are the lucky

., and children were guests_Mon-, .1 Presbyterian Church ivy-twined. white, column Potted : America will attend the i ;( Samples of the textbooks tc winner. THE VAGABOND CORNER, SOl E. Call St t
I "Dlai Jftuf 3uster'kRiletf 'of r"'day-of-Mr.: ic-Mrs: J-T: :. Daytona Beach, were Mondayh Lake.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Johnsare palms, baskets of'greenery, 28th annual Forestry Train-, be considered will be available -

I Hialeah are.spending.several Quigley, enroute t 0 ,th e :. guests of Rev. and Mrs. Walton visiting :Mr. and Mrs. and l bouquets, of gladioli.asters ing, Camp at C 'Leno State i! : for examination by Au- Phone 964-5391.

1 .., weeks "with t : their.grandmotherirlr ; i I home in Apollo Beach from, e. Grady Charles Durkee in Charleston, and carnations in pink and Park starting July 8, WayneKirkland I gust 10. Evaluations of the 1 1i

l CanfcvRifc. They: week spent in the mountains I Buddy'Bishop and Bill Jackson S.-C. |his week. tT white banked the altar. : and Ronald William!3 materials must comply with I

I were .Monday qf North Carolina.. '. ,ma4e:, a ..bustoe, ,trp} to 'Mr. end Mrs. J. F. Blood- Given .in marriage by her -wAS

t by their: father.N'" :. T. Mr, .and. Mrs. Jerry; (tFetoJ: ''Patrick Air Force Base last worthand children attended father, the birde wore a full- I
Ritch, who spent" toe day with daughters of Jacksonvillewere length gown of white lace and
i Collectors
\ j, the C$ Djx e Gun
his mothei* .' ,weekend l gyegts of "Dr,. -.,-A hn.'hA."' -' _.ancl.iOn.: '..n..,..". i-ihow. ; at the Robert Meyer tulle. Her lace bodice was set $ 00

Mr, and Mrs. Cv7&Iya and:Mrs. P G."Felos, "yid-< pf JaGksouville.weof !:: s.w-. 'Hotel. on. Saturday.. off by three-quarter length

and family of Greenwood, SC, Father John Want of'IJ., t[day vlsltois ,"ot their aunt,, 'Mar$ ,Hamilton is visiting sleeves, and the voluminous LITTLEHolds 0
were weekend guests of Dr : skirt fell, .in tiers of lace and f own I
F. was: a guest of. Mr. ..andMrs. Mr... 'lrt, to HaoTeG' .' Drew, Goover in Gainesville
and Mrs.: T, G. Rita. Michael Gilhooly-on'Sunday Mr.,and Mjsv Jimmy Rowe this week. tulle. Her shoulder-length veil

Mr:,.and.Mrs>> Boh..Ferguson .' and daughter, ,.and }!.r.l. end "Mr/and Mrs. W. B. Thompson was held< in place with a rhine-

.. returned Monday:frotsuiuten-, Mrs, .F. W.; Strickland i and l.&frs, vqarjtiL| ,. Johns., and/sons Jr.. and family have returned stone-and-pearl tiara, and she; Your Choice in layaway!
day trip "to, North ,Carolinaand daughter. Cindj and..Mrs B.attende4 ,spent Sunday at st ,Augusksp from three weeks va- carried, a ,white Bible topped
TBnnpssge,;."They are atham@ .w.1 n Xes! : ,, thj wed.dtnCindy ; ."l in". (." .." *f .. ...'..' ; frz: .; pauRA\! touring the Smoky with an orchid corsage and ribbon

-,,in, the Harrington-. Clinton t.9A t'1Wy r-:. -t partmenis. on N. Walnut fit, a, 311 days Franklin O'Steen oi f
> ; Weekly in Ocala Saturday ; ? i'.ls lid pn Tulsa, Okla., and Houston
Mr, And )Mrs, Edward night. t\:t leave before leaving. for U Texas, visiting relatives en- Gainesville was her sister's i .

,Gecrie' and and'.MrL Mr< and MrsJohn" Peas; monthpUf! .of duty in Kore:t. route. matron of honor, and ,Miss Joyce

Pete Garner,,and families ofRoanoke and daughters, of Lake 'City; Ildr..and }Irs-- R. .S.McAteerol Airs. R. E. McDaniel and Conklin also a sister of the!

Rapids N. C. ,are spent,. Ole?: Fourth, with her ,'Tampa, ana>Mr;> artd..Mja."George Robert, of Westchester, bride, was'maid of honor. not:I I
guests. this .week of Mr, and I parents),Mr. and Mrs. E, W..: ,. Flyno "J ,_and ,..children son during the Wore streetlengthlavender taffeta ,

Mrs. A. Pi ..Garner. The,Garners Hayes, Mr, and Mrs,. ldavallsq s, spent las .,week.:aK;81nasley Pa. were week guests of her brother-in- dresses, with criss-cross I

z also have; as' guests.:Mral have as a guest this.week,' ?Lke, Ret \ie;".Fly >xi. returned .- past law and sister, Col. and Mrs.J. cummerbunds of matching chif,.
,1. Lawrence;'Kelly and children Miss Patty Moser of Zephyr- to Tampa wth his fon. Snort veils and mitts 01 r

:.;.:.: of ,Norfolk, V.a.-f; ,.....-'rolI'1 -...hiH.g- _,. _. ....... I graidpareaitsfor, a. visit, .;' 1, ., .E.' Griffin. lavender net completed theiicostumes. fr rr
Stephen Edwards is spend-
I \. &! ,and Mrs Leo Herbeif Their nosegay bouquets .
the week with Mr. and
# and family .returned Monday. ing were of pink and whit
from two, weeks vacation in' Mrs. Jerome Edwards 1 n .
carnations, asters, and
!! gypso
: Alabama. Louisiana,,and Pan- ; Sneeds.Dr. phUa.
; :: ama City, visiting friends and and Mrs.. V..... W. Strick- *
: -, relatives. land Jr,. and family of Des- Bridesmaids were airnelCooper
v of Starke. Sheyl lie.
'... Moines Ja. are spending the
... Janet Hardy, Cookie 'Mat- rv
Elroy, Sandra Barber, and Diane :
summer with her parents, Dr
hews, Becky Dinkins Joan
\;,=: B I r size i .'in H iTY.ratTQ. I Scott Loraine DeCaro,, ',and 'and. Mrs.' C.. J.;Houpt. English, nieces of the,bridegroom .n:Lx R
I'' and Marla.Jean Mosher w
.and .
-- Harriet Harper- will Mr and Mrs. Bob UnderHl 1,
spend ,
<<, : : ; ; sister x.
of the .brtd All worE FAMOUS
I 'Gro lf1es.r f goOpenrrQm ,next- 'week at:'the. majorette and children t of >Melbourne '{affeta"dresse sin pink{ 'and blue: ,

camp at....Emory .University.. are, visiting her parents, Mr.
.l\l to like those
: : 9 P.M. ( styled of the honoj
I"7 Atlanta 7"Ga., :.. .. ,and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief at : .
t attendants. Their veil headpieces
Mrs; .Wallace. Carson, ajid Kingsley Lake. Mr. Monchief IN 9 GORGEOUS COLORS
and mitts
were of pin;
Fcl iiim App children, Lindaand': Barbara. has. returned home from Al- ..
and blue net, ,and they carriec
e S! :
err 'of Pittsburgh, Pa. are, visitingher achua, General Hospital wherehe

,..,' ; f;; .mother, l\Irsp.i: ; L. Johns. underwent surgery recently matching Marissa nosegay bouquets. e LIlAC MINT BLUE
Gay Mosher serve
Sf F
j LEAN ,
ft Mr.. and''.Mrs,. Coolidge Qa- Miss, Mary Lou Edwards her sister as flower girl, dress ;. BEIGE 0 PINK GOLD
, ed in white
I ,s t. and'. familyof :Gainesville left Saturday for Princeton, organdy over pint ,

I ,. Piti S spent Sunday with his mother ;. W. Va. to..spend two weeks taffeta, trimmed, with flowers,' o MAIZE RED TURQUOISE
a pink sash.
Mrs."M. L. Johns Sr. with friends.
Get of Mr. and'Mrs.. L. Joey Pippins of Gainesville
TASTYSUGAR 4 Mr and Mrs. O. W. WhiteJr. .
l } Rayon and AcriianVVcshable .
A.,jWynn at their lakesidelone served as best man. Ushers ,
pr ,had as Sunday guests at
I Sunday were States 'Attorney : were .:Morley Griffis, Wbyne
.their Crystal Lake cottage Mr.
and Mrs.. T. E. Duncan Hinson, Donald Duncan oi Long Wearing
; : .
and Mrs. Robert Barksdale, N w ,
tGaihesville, Mr. and Mrs. and'Mrs. Gainesville, Ronnie Dyal,,Larry Guaranteed
Mr, Freeman Register Mothproof
j it S' t Yi .,Purvis..Hayes: and daughter ofOcala : .Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul.I Youngblood, and Terry McElroy.' ,
and \! Eston Mosher, brother of the .
r,and Mrs-.T. E Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. Norman : o Wide Satin Bindings"CORNWALL"
I Duncan, Jr. of Tallahassee- Mrs I bride, was ring bearer.
(: Allen, and Mr. and ,
I Mr.. and Mrs., L. H. t'pehleft Warren Ebling and families.. Paula McElroy, niece of the

I II yesterday' for Clayton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard bridegroom, 'played a program
''where they will. spend the next Jr and family of Sanford' of bridal music, and Mrs. W.. P. '
i' 'five weeks! Mr. sister of the bride- PLAID
\ were Sunday guests of McElroy Pepperell "Park Lane"8lanket
PER POUND 'Mr.: and :Mrs. 'Robbie' Shal- and 'Mrs. Beard Sr. groom, sang "Because"' and
ler have n&if as'guestS, Mrs. "Whither Thou Goest."

\ FLQRIDA( =...,GRADE WHOLE C Sebring; W: Powell last and 'son, Nell of !Heilbronn Church' Mrs. Mosher wore a pink 6.i 's 1S With the Amazing! 99
Thursday, and
lace sheath' for her daughter'swedding 5
" :Mr...and Mrs. Carl 4 !) "NAPGUARD"Only
i White Jr, Schedules VBS and Mrs. Smith, mother
FRYERSIb - 9 9
1 2,9 C I and children of Miami,on Sat- of the bridegroom, worea 'J
urday and .Sunday Vacation Bible School for blue afternoon dress. > this blanket has "Nap-Guard" pro.*
Miss, Ruth Leainan of Philadelphia children 3 16 will: feels luxurious nap through wash and wean
f ages through Both wore corsages of pink resists shedding, pilling, matting. 85%
-MEATY! : .,_Pa. is, spending, a be,held at the. Heilbronn BaTst .carnations. 15% Acrylic fiber, 100% satin binding. rayon Moth
y month with Mr. and Mrs. \ Church from 7 to si each proof and non-ollergenic. Beautiful solid colors."DIXIE" .
\ NECK BONES21bs. Paul Leaman. night, starting'July 9 and con Following the ceremony jreception II 75% rayon, 15% cotton,
2Sc .Jane Adams and Joyce Denmark turning through the 13th. The!. was held in the, 0cialTOom ,- 10% nylon with 100%
o'f the church. On the acetate satin binding ..c'
are spending: this week
commencement program will be
GOOD-FRESH with Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Vie held at 8 p. m. July 14. bride's! table: a. fivetieredcake Pretty plaid yet at a warm.moderate Cannon "R b Rose"
em em
I If kers and family. in Brunswick topped with a miniature price. ranee

II BEEF SJEW lb. 29c : Ga.Mrs. Betty' Strohmeier qf .Homecoming SetAt by bride a"pair and'of groom,'blue",candles was flanked, flower Gorgeous Rose Designs 49

trimmed. 'Flower trimmed
I Sax\ piafio, Calif .and.Mr. and Pine Level 5
Mrs candles. in, pink flanked the.. 7 on White Background
IIF f W.,.F. Herlong ofSaJuda, ; -
'S'. C. were last Thursday. and.. j jy Honorinv Paatnr punch bowl on'another refreshment '
: W Friday'-gueSts of' Dr. and Mrs.- -------q table, with bouquets ofixed 1 94% rayon, 6% Acrilan loomed for
I'I't 10 Lb. Bag LARGE FABfc I!!lit;! H. Adams. Homecoming will be held'' at : pink and white flowers: Solid I ColorBlankets'I warmth and beauty. Wide 100% acetate

: Mrsv A,. z.. .Adkf"s. had as Pine Level Baptist' Church on'I decorating! the room. In chargeof satin binding. Guaranteed mothproof.

: RICE: : weekend guests,.at her Kings? Sunday July 8. Therewill f bea I the'guest book were" Mrs. '
basket dinner after the :Howell Williams and :Miss
ley Lake home, her sisters, _
Mrs. morning service. and singing in .Frances Lott. Serving th! cake _
J. C.,Adkins,Sr.. of Gainesville ,
Mrs. John Love Wilkes the afternoon. were Mrs.. Martin Mosher and

97 C With |5.0Q Food Ordei of Starke, and Mrs. L. L. This occasion will be hon- :Mrs. W. A. English- and at the l'm Tropicana Comforter

; I Roane of Lexington. Va.. oring Rev W. E. Hall on his J punch table'ere Mrs. RobertW.

I I Mr. and Mjs. steve. Simmons 82nd birthday, and also on his White, and Mrs. Robe G.
i 11lasweU:2lopsE1.16.Ba\ : f' ] Perfect Blend ol 99
} 34th Lynn.
i of Miami were weekend anniversary as pastor of 5
: Foremost-Sie. tA i guests of Dr.,and, Mrs. H.: H.: Pine Level Baptist Churca. Guests from out-of-town included y7 \ Miracle Fibers

coFrE E- I Adams Maureen Simmons Everyone is welcome, 4 Mr. and Mrs. :Martin 90% rayon, 10% Orion. \ .

I IC EMILki/ I spent the weekend. with 'he r, tend. __ ]Uosher of Matamoras Pa.; Wide 100% acetatesatin Odorless, mothproof dust oaf. Beautiful{ spread
.r. uncfe.ajid4augCMr, and Mrs J Mrs. G. A. Lewis of Calicoon, "binding.i Mothproof by day warm cover at night. All-over
Lee ChambifvMr. 1 tf,Y., grandmother of the bride; washable. Attractive solid floral prints or early American prints en white
49 SGc1R1Securl
coors.: background.CARP'S
39cI .i n| Mr Fred Jjuy.>ana ID'. and }{rs.. Smith of Cross
; Sty:: Mr. and Mrs W. A.
daughter., Jane. are.. spending A representative of the ; English -

With $5.00: 'Focrf, onter: several days with Mrs A. Z. Gainesville Social Security office : and daughters of Cross

Hal ,- Gallon j I Adkins at Kingsley Lake. will,he ,t the courtroom I,
; Attending the Baptist G- A. in Starke from 9:30 a.m. on1 j!md daughters: of Tarpon IWN'PREMIUM'

; Camp in Branford this week i I i Friday. July 1$, for.: the P1uI I;Springs' and Yt. and, Mrs.{ Electric BlanketUtfCOHDP1QHALLY a

V : : ; are Jane Hardy, Martha ,Den- pose oi, conducting social seojtcurity I' Robert G. Lynn of Tampa; allwothersinlaw oft'f

'W' UN'' : p4. C1apdjte! .f!terson,..Xy l business. and sisters y. I
I M: w 'Lewis.; Melody f C ittigo. and I Persons jleshlng to make ]the: bridegroom; and from I GUARANTEED < '
I. Katherine. Petko applicatipn for social Gainesville,. 11rsFay.. Black .99 h
n' ........ "- security TWO FULL YEARSMade tJ
CASH SUPERETTE6U u'- I Mrs,.Effie Johns'_was. ,visit- I retn-emeni. or survivors bens, J IUTO. Mrg. o'dell. Lamberth.

tog Mrs, : LoyBe Massey, andMizabetl social security} Cheryl Lamberth, and. Mr. and 1 by Amerka's largest blanket manufa urer .
, \{EST biADISQIq STREET :,Mrs. } Johns. JD Lake i count numbers,. or,gel$ any Krs. Robert W. White. so good it's guaranteed two full years unbreakable
.'Butter last other social After short heat control .' perfect oil! night sleeping comfort. -
: Tuesday; j Yr; security mfonnat a honeymoon, the
.; !-: bed size. Red, pink, blue, beige or light
Wi. il11C@. F4tSd11tJ1; / mu !F Joh'nsv'had.' ? as.weekend,guest. ''' )r( are invited' to see the. couple:: is at home in Perry, ,Full double

.. : ;i Mrs. Mtanie' Cartcrlo '.bfilrevine. ,representative at the: time: of 1 where Mr:SmfoPV'employed green.. '-J j I*

"..LI .. ...:. L J a.__f -.Ai:: .his.Ti31t; __ a is- an'insurance-agent,. ..

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'Frances'[ LandrumIs '1 H \. Janet Nichols !Junior Hi MYF

Complimented I I Is ComplimentedAt 'I Gives Party For

ii ''At t. Lovely Parties Party Series i ;- LTi j Cuban Visitor

Miss Frances Landrum whose ] Nichols whose : I
k f#; ex Miss Janet I. Members of the Junior Hi

GLADYS MOOTY: PHQNECarolyn 860951 i. marriage to Linton Taylor Jr: marriage to Donald Carter will group of the Methodist Youth I
will be solemnized on Saturday be an event of Sunday after- .
Fellowship gave a surprise party
evening, July 7, at' 8 noon, July 8, at 3 p. m. in the Tuesday night at the G. S.

Theresa Thomas, f. o'clock in the First Baptist r First Baptist Church, has been Newcomb home for Richard b

:Church, has been honored at a,3iY feted at several parties in the
Bride-elect < Flores of Cuba, houseguest of
!| several lovely parties in the past week. Rev. and Mrs. Luis Diaz de I

Feted At Parties past week. C 'i"'J JS.- Miss Gayle Andrews gave a Arce and family.

j. St. Mark's, Parish house on "" ( slumber party Wednesday eve The group enjoyed games

Miss Theresa Thomas, bride r N. Church Street was the set- :;'ii ning, June 27, at her home, and refreshments during the I r

e'Ar' elect, was complimented at two'. ting for a bridal shower Wednesday "<- ,;;... .". ;"'"'..' .. 336 W. Call Street for Miss evening and the young folk,I

parties in .the past week. afternoon of last week :. .. ":.."...i Nichols. Twelve girl friends of with
> ":;,, V presented the honor guest
: : j. :Miss Mary Lou Edwards; entertained ,for :Miss Landrum given by Mrs. -'if. ... the honoree enjoyed this delightful a personal gift as a mementoof I

at a surprise bridal ;:Lucile Davis, Mrs. Leola Rob- affair. the occasion.

shower last :Thursday: eveningat i I erts, Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Miss Andrews presented the : : The six members of the Junior -

her home on Water Street Ewell I Lawson and llrs. L.,,A. honoree with her wedding guest I Hi MYF who attend!, _

:Canova of Starke and Mrs H. book memento of the '
honoring Miss Thomas. Ar i ----' as a oc' : MYF camp in Leesburg last!H : '
G. Davis Jr. of Gainesville. casion. .1
rangements .
red gladioli and
week were in charge of the
white pompoms were used in I'Solano-Reddish 1 l I Guests were greeted at the Nancy Lee BatesIs Linda Gayle Green I program at the Methodist Sunday 'GaskinsWiseMr.

for door by Mrs. Lucile Davis and Miss Nichols was honored 'I'
decorating the occasion.
: ToldMr. EngagedTo evening service. Each mem-
The white linen covered refresh- Engagement presented to the receiving line with a "coffee" at the homeof To Wed Mr. Cox
ber presented one PMS of the and Mrs. T. F. Gaskina
ment composed of the honoree, her Jas. E. HodgeMr. Mrs. Charles Sawyer, 1615
table ,
centered witha
In life. Rev. R. Brabham.
SeptemberMr. J. the
I It and Mrs. Wallace A. So- camp of Lawtey announce engagement
mother, Mrs Merritt Williams, Raiford road on Saturday I
crystal bowl.
punch lano announce the engagementand who was also at camp lasi; week of their daughter
,Nix in [Mrs. L. A. Taylor Sr., motherof ,. and Mrs. H. Ogden Bates morning, given by Mrs. Sawyerand Earl
Assisting serviag were approaching marriage of and Mrs. George as an instructor, assisted:: the Yvonne, to Clifton Harold
Miss the prospective bridegroom, m announce the engagementof Mrs. Randal Chitty. |
4a Edward's mother Mrs. their daughter, Sandra Kay: to Green of Brooker announce the young people with the pro Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. C
Merrill Edwards and Miss Barbara Stange of their daughter, Nancy Lee, The bride-elect was presentedwith
and aunt, and approaching
Keith Reddish, son of :Mr. engagement gram. Those attending camp H. Wise of Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. T. Kinchen of Jackson- and Mrs. R. L. "Bill" Reddishof Jacksonville, niece of Mrs. Tay- to James Edward Hodge, of a yellow glamellia corsage, marriage of their daughter, were Buddy Garbett, Chuck
The wedding will take place
Jacksonville, son of Mrs. V.r- '
ville. and an engraved sterling caKe
0, Heilbronn for.The Linda Gayle, to Airman 3-c Newcomb. Betsy Matthews.
Springs non Peacock and the late William rit 8 p.m. on October 6 in the
tea table covered of this de-
knive memento
Games was as a
were played the Ezra Cox of Lake But-
during :
Miss Solano is a graduate of Tommy Gerry Beth Mooty, Ana de
I party hours, 7:30 to 9 o'clock with a handsome white em- H. Hodge. lightful occasion.In ler of Mr. E. Cox of Evergreen Baptist Church.
Shannon Bradford High School, class oi son Guy Arce, and Jackie Hines. I
by the 17 guests. 1962, and is employed at Wes- broidered cloth and, centered The bride-elect graduated the living room, pink and 'St. Paul, Va. and Mrs. Cassie II I No invitations are being

Weds V. E. Glissonn Miss: Edwards presented the with a mass arrangement of from Bradford High School and white were used predominatelyin C. Pressley of Lake Butler. I sent, but all friends and rel-
tern Auto Associate Store.
I bride-to-be with a set of mixing Mr. Reddish is also a graduate pink and white hydrangeas. Cryf received her B. S. degree inbusiness lineal arrangements. A Vic- Miss Green graduated from I Mrs. Prevatt Given atives are invited to attendthe

Bethel ChurchMiss bowls as a memento of the occasion stal trays and compotes :held education from Florida torian arrangement: of pink Bradford High School in the ceremony. '
of BHS class of 1963 at- Surprise Party
refreshments. Mixed State University, where she was: I II ,f
tended ,the University of Flori- summer gladioli and snapdragons graced class of 1960, and attended i *
flowers in lovely arrangementswere a member of Kappa Delta social the coffee table in a tall, an-
Carolyn : Florida Southern College in !Woodman CircleAll
Mrs. G. S.
da, and is a graduate of the was
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. G. C. Conner of 415 Wa- American Hair Styling Acade- used throughout the hall sorority, Kappa Delta Pi, tique cut glass compote. Fea-,Lakeland pleasantly surprised at a I

!j. Shannon Sr. and Vernon ter Street was hostess at a miscellaneous my. He is co-owner of Glamo- for the occasion. The white education honorary, and"was tured in the den were dubonnet i' Mr. Cox graduated from birthday party given for her'I members of the Wood

Eugene Glisson, son of Mr. I shower Friday eve-I Ree Hair Stylist. linen covered punch table was president of Pi Omega Pi,.business gladioli interspersed with group- 'Castlewood High School, Castle- Monday night at the home of' man Circle are invited to a

and Mrs. A. M. Glisson, aU of I fling for Miss Thomas. I The wedding will take place centered with a crystal punchbowl education honorary, Miss ings of purple asters. Smaller I i wood, Va. in 1958 and attended Rev. Prevatt, 609 Collins covered dish dinner at the

Starke, were united in mar- Potted plants and mixed November 24 at 7 o'clock in encircled with fern, interspersed Bates has also done graduate arrangements of roses, gladioli! Concord College in Athens, W. Place. Lake Butler Swimming Park,

riage on Saturday, June 2, at summer flowers were used in the Heilbronn Baptist Church with blue hydraage- work at ,the University of asters, and orange blossoms,I Va., where he was a memberof j i I,j I Monday night, July 9.
as. Mrs. H. G. Davis presidedat Florida.. used throughout the home.I The party was given by 20
in the were II fra
p.m. the Bethel Baptist decorating Conner home. '
Sigma Kappa
with I Kappa 1 Members will meet at the
a reception following. !
Hodge friends who enjoyed refreshments -
Mr. from I ,
Church. Rev. R. T. Williams The lace covered refreshment! the punch bowl. graduated The artistic flower arrangements ternity. He is'now serving with I
I .
invitations Andrewsat
No will be sent I home of Mrs. W. L.
Andrew Jackson School! and a social time dur- ;
The hostesses presented the High created Mrs. A.,
performed the j table was centered with were by Force ir Biloxi,
double-ring an arrangement -, locally. All friends and re1aI the U. S. Air 5:30: p.m. Bring your swim
Jacksonville The honoree
and received the evening.
honoree with an ing
I I II II a platter to her Russell Norman.
of red rosebuds and
ceremony. .
I tives are invited to attend. A. B. in science i received lovely gifts ming suit and a covered dish.
chosen china degree political Miss.A .nany ,
miniature bride doll. Soft pattern as 'a re- The receiving line was: com-,
la I +
The altar was decorated I I September weddir is be- Cars will be furnished.
from Stetson whsre from her friends.
I drinks, cake membrance of the occasion.: University, posed of the bride-elect, her mo-
nuts and H'
with baskets of
gladioli and ing planned.
carnations against back- mints were served.Twentythree Mrs. Robert ReganIs Approximately 40 guests were he'was president of the Student ther, Mrs. Myrtice Nichols, the .-
I invited to attend between the Body. A member of Pi Kappa prospective bridegroom's mo-
ground of palms and guests were invited Honor Guesb,
to share this occasion hours of 4:30'to: 5:30.: Phi, social fraternity, he was ther, Mrs. Carl Carter of Law-,
lia boughs. Branched
candelabra -
with with the honoree. At Stork ShowerMrs. selected for membership in tey, and the hostesses.
burning tapers The home of Col. and Mrs.J. ODK, men's honorary, and Assisting in serving and car
lent a soft glow to the set.. : Robert Regan was hon- Who's Who in American Col-
A. Griffin at Kingsley Lake ing for the guests were ) Is.

ting.Music Mrs. Neil Phillips, ored at a stork shower Wednes- was the scene of a lovely party leges and Universities. The Harry Hatcher, Mrs. V Vernon|

was provided by Miss Recent Bride, day night of last week in St. given in honor of:Miss' Landrum prospective bridegroom isa Silcox, Mrs. Jim Chasten, Mrs.,

Carolyn Chilson, organist, Edward's Parish Hall, given by I Thursday morning of last week. senior in the College of'Law at T. H. Slade, Mrs. Edniond Ten->

and Miss Patty Kay Lyon, soloist Is ComplimentedMrs. Mrs. Robert Lewis, Mrs. Robbie I Hostesses for the occasion the University of Fla., where he ly Sr., Mrs. J. E. H rdy, Mrs. I

who sang "I Love You Shaller, Mrs. Bill Tilley, Mrs. were Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. F. B. is a member of Phi Delta Phi Drew Reddish, Mrs. GeOl g\!) 1
Truly"' and "Because." Neil Phillips, a recent I Lester Humphries, Mrs. HenryS national fraternity.T: ,
I : Beard, Mrs. ,J..< E. Hildebran, legal Shuford, and Mrs. Tom Slade
bride, was entertained at a delightful Stefanelli, and Mrs. Lester Pre The wedding will be- event
.Miss Marilyn Shannon, Mrs. Carl .Mathews, and Mrs.: an Jr. of Jacksonville.
twin sister of the ,bride, attended -I' Coca-Cola party and vatt. L. G. Powell. of August 25. 5 Invited to call between ie

as maid of honor in lingerie shower Thursday night, Arrangements of zinnias: were ,Summer flowers ,in shades of %t appointed hours were 125

ballerina length gown of June 28, given by Miss Sally used to decorate points of: in- gold, yellow and white were Circle Three guests.
f Ann Epperson at her home en terest In the hall Tor:the occasion -
l Link lace over taffeta. She ** used in decorating the. G'iffm '
Washington Street. .. Of Ladies Council :
The lace covered refreshment -
wore. a pink orchid corsage. .. home. ot? The Lavern Outlaw home was!!
The 12 guests included BHS centered
;Sonny Tenly served .as best classmates the honoree and table'was with Guests were greeted at the Meets At Church !the ,setting Monday night fora

man, while Bobby Shannon, a lovely arrangement of blue! door by Mrs. Beard; and received "- /. bridal shower 'for Miss Nichols -
her Mrs.
mother Martha
brother of the bride, served hydrangeas.; Gifts were ,displayed by Mrs. Griffin trt Members. of Circle Three, from eight to nine o'clock.
Arrangements of
as usher. summer on a table centered with a, honoree ,Miss ,L ndmm, Airs Ladies Council of the First Hostesses for the affair were
t ; flowers were ,used to decorate .
1 k I, tall stork. Merritt Williams, and i Mrs. L. Christian Church, met: in the Mrs. Garl Mathews, Mrs. H. M.
The bride, given-4n -mar- the party rooms ,for the ; r.
': occa-' During the party hours games A. Taylor Sr., who upon their church annex Thursda ."njg'it 'Hatcher Jr-Mrs..J. H. Dennis, her father, chose a'sion. The- lovely gifts were on were .played and"prizes,'were' arrival had been presented with with+l\Ir8., Ira Wilson in 'chargeofjthe Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Mrs. Paul 'a .
floor length gown of chiffonand"lace display at an attractive table awarded. to Mrs., Peter Pfleah- '
rosebud corsages. : :program. The devotionals Raymond, ,Mrs. R. A, Colson, -
; over taffeta with a centered with .a bride. doll and inger.'Mrs..Joe Gissy; and Mrs. Mrs. Hildebran :, : 'itne' :
invited guests given,,ly. Mrs.. ,: IcKiueyt" Mrs. Gene Long, Mrs. E. D. : _
quarter length lace jacket. small parasols. .
Gay Richards. into the dining room where f' .' Tenly, Mrs. A. R. Norman, Mrs. 1 1a
Her long veil was attached tl During the evening games, Twenty guests attended" 'this they were served from a 'beautifully *, leader: ,. Mrs..,.Wesley v -I George Shuford, :Mrs. Don Pa- ; -a I
fa'a white headband, and she refreshments, and stunts
I I were delightful affair.Birthday appointed table, laid ,Andrews, conducted the tray, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, Mrs.J. .
carried a white Bible topped enjoyed by the guests. Miss Ep- with an imported cutwork cloth! business'.meeting at-vyhicjj't&neplans ) } E. Hardy, Mrs. W. H. Ed-
with of white person took pictures ; 1 1 1 / / 1s
[ car- with
a nosegay a *
Party and centered with an arrange- were .discussed concerp- wards Jr., and Mrs. Outlaw. 1
ations. Polaroid camera and presented ment of white and yellow 'summer ing ,a:" needy'family -that the.' Summer flowers, with yellow I

Mrs. Shannon chose for her them in a photograph albumto For Carol RichardsCarol flowers. Mrs. Powell then circle,will';take. care ,of.:' It was predominating, were used I

daughter's wedding an orange the honoree. directed the guests to the FlOrida -announced that the next meet- throughout the Outlaw home)

,nd brown jersey dress'tom- Richards celebrated her Room where they! were ing -will, be with Mrs. Julia for the occasion. The refresh- l

emented with an orchid cor- tapers. eighth birthday on Thursday, served iced Coca-Colas or cof Well.o.July 19. I ment table in the dining room k
,June 21, when her mother Mrs. ; ,
Mrs. R. S. Shannon? greetedthe was covered with a cutwork '
age.Mrs. Richard Richards a partyfor fee.The : y
Glisson was attired in guests at the reception. gave hostesses presented Mss' cloth, centered with an arrangement '
Program PlanningMeeting
her in their yard and car
L pink and white eyelet dress Mrs. E. Z. Lee cut the bride's Landrum with a dinner platein of mixed blossoms. This 1 H c 1

ith a pink orchid corsage.A cake, Mrs. R. J. Shannon Jr. port.The her chosen china p.3.tternS Held ,-.: was wlanked by silver holders IC-- l 1

reception was held in the presided at the punch bowl i 1U young guests enjoyed a memento of the occasion. with burning yellow candles. All '-

hurch where the bride's tale and Mrs. Sonny Tenly kept I I four games with prizes, refreshments I The hostesses were assisted By ,Woman's Club the appointments were silver. A -

,was covered with a white the bride's book. I of .lemonade, cake, and i by Mrs. W. B. Mundy, :Mrs. C. round punch table was place in

lace cloth and centered with I After the reception the 1 1I ':ice cream, and also received :J. Houpt, Mrs. T. B., bard:'ng, The Stark Woman's Club the Florida room, where the;'

two-tiered wedding cake couple left for a weekend trip I baskets of candy favors. The !Mrs. :M. H. Lang,' Mrs. Paul held a program planning meet crystal punch bowl was set in'

lopped with a miniature bride to South Florida and then I refreshment table was overlaid Raymond, Mrs. C. H. N ag\\'or- ing the afternoon of June 28th a bed of greenery with yellow,,

jnd groom. The cake was at spent two weeks in Washington with a birthday cloth with, r at-I thy, Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Mrs.S. at the home of Mrs. Gladys florets. I

rhing napkins and centered I,. Peek Jr. Mrs. Scholl, Program Chairman. m the l
ne end of the table and at State, where they attended Eldon Hardy Standing receiving)I 1"t ,L.
\the. other end was a punchbowl the World's Fair. with an attractive cake decorated Mrs. Gary Hildebran, :Mrs. Programs were formulated. for line were the honoree, her;! mother -, 1R .

around which was a gar- with multi-colored circus John Miller, Mrs. V. W. Strick- the coming club year. Mrs.Myrtice Nichols, and i
Mr. and Mrs. Glisson both '
Jftnd of greenery. Centeringe animals. land, Mrs. Lucile Green v There will,be a Board Meeting Mrs. Carl Carter, mother ofi
graduated from Bradford High BiShOP'j
table were crystal candle Assisting :Mrs. Richards was Misses Shi Ann Smith Thursday! July 12th beginning the bridegroom-to-be. I
School. He is employed at
4 Mrs. G. W. Richards and daughters LaSawyer Mary Louise Haines, at 1:30: p. m. in the The nostesses presented the I
itolders with burning white Food Fair. '
a Lillian and Kelly. I Kathy Struth, and Mrs. Meed ..Pecan Room of the Garden honoree with the meat platte i' r..

,Lewis. Restaurant. All chairmen are. to her chosen china!' ,
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I asked to attend. a memento of the occasion. .c -
The State Bank of Starke/ "
Community i An; attractive yellow and ; Approximately 300 guests Gr'

;; white, color motif was' carried John McKinney were invited to call between the!
Starke, Florida .out in the artistic flower ar appointed hours.Methodist I "' :;-. 1t I
rangement at the Foster Shi To 'Be Honored !' 0

Smith home last Friday after- Men
Statement of Condition June '30th .1962 Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
,: -: '.. ,.. : ;noon ,for the lovely tea given : .
.: will 'celebrate Mr.. McKinney's
'. for Miss Landrum by :Mrs. To Have SupperAt
::Smith, Mrs G. L. Patten, Mrs.J. 75th birthday. ,anniversary :on

Lucian Conner, Mrs. Guy Sundatl"J'uly'S: at their:'Twme.AIT Kingsley LakeThe .....'

ish due from Banks ______ f 422,582.25 Deposits ---2----7: __-_$2350358.25 |Sale, Mrs. Vasco V.'Hazen and friends' and 'relativesare :

r. ,Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews. invited:to.,join ,with the ,family Methodist Men's Club will I -

I. S. Gov. Securities ____i__ 1,268,553.57 Unearned Interest _u__ 43,954.24 i. The tea table in the dining or; ,this occasion. enjoy a supper meeting at the
home of C. H.
: Nasworthy on,
room was covered with a )handsome .

4. t "t k "; I imported cutwork cloth directed, guests ,into the dining Kingsley Lake next Mondaynight. : .NNNINN ,

|loans & Discounts 4884,201.38 Capital Stock _,._ -L._- 100,000.00 ,and centered with a long low .room where Mrs. Sale- presided = Members and guests will i)

'. arrangement of yellow and ,' and Mrs.. Hazen.presided leave from the church at 6:30): )

j'urniture 4 Fixtures 16,446.73 Surplus ____ ftnn_ 50000.00 I white roses; gladioli, pompoms in the club room. Mrs.xJ.. A. and transportation will be pro-
vided for it.
t leather leaf fern, and ivy. All Griffin poured Russian tea anyone nrcding
the were of silver. fronr: at gSver "service. in the Supper will be served at 7 p. m.
ither Real Estate __ __ 2,89206 Undivided Profits _..- 27,343.26 I appointments -
A** The buffet was centered dining''oom., and Mlss"Shi Ann .H. P. :Morgan, Bradford lour:

with a formal chrysanthemum Smith poured punch in the club superintendent of schools I.

(tier Resources. ___ :"':_ 912.33 Reserve Acc't., -: .. '. ** 23,932.51> tree interspersed with yellow rt orii.-' '"' will speak on "The Problems]j

I and white clusters _of. grapes. Assisting as floor hostesses of Education." I i 2.8
(" II Big cs;. ft. zero
I This was flanked by silver wre Mrs. G. S.Uewcomb,. Mrs. I degree freezer
TOTAL __, $ 2,595,588.32 TOTAL I 2,595,588.32 I candelabra entwined. wivh ivy c./A.'Darby; Mrs.' J. H.' DuPre, Martin-Cowart f[ B I G door
i and caught at the center with I Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr.,,Mrs.'Wai} I! :
I Plans Big i 10.1 ft '-Is
i clusters of grapes and rose- la Lipsey, Mrs."George Huggins, \Vedding en.

MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I buds. I;Mrs. Dave Paulk, and Mrs. N. S. The wedding of Miss Char C U food storage I

Punch was served In the dubj I Dankel. Assisting in serving 1'2 9 Two
I \ lane Cowart to Ralph W. Martin -( r porcelaJa v...
Make Your, Home Bank Your Banking Home room from'a silver punch bowl were ,Misses Martha Weldon will take place at 7 o'clock j 0 FT. oble drawers eg

I.!cowered'Judy Johns,LaSawyer and Mrs. Mrs Gary, W.Hilde. H. Saturday, July 14, in the) rock hatter.M J n
DIRECTORS Church of God. 1
over yellow linen. Around,the'bran. ..

.. bowl was a garland of ivy. The },liss'Landrum was presentedwith No invitations. being sent.; BUY NOW ee8o
S. E. ,Simmons, Chairman of Board H. H. Adams, M.. D. ; $
All friends and relatives of the i;
mantel in this room held a tall, a white corsage upon her
Charley K. Johns, President E. M. Brinson
couple are invited to attend .
modern arrangement of yellow, while Mrs. Williams I
Norman H. Willis, Exec V. P. f';: : arrival SAVE! ..
and the I AID
,- .... ,'.- J \iI Pete G. Felos, M. D. and white gladioli, chrysanthe-j and bars ,Taylor were 'given i wedding reception.Recent .
E. M. Brinson, Vice President "- T f. I
< .mama and carnations. j yellow The h nostesses -
; .I : Charley E. Johns j corsages
G.,S. NewcomX; Cashier"r. g ::: ;;' : f,,A : Guests were greeted at the I also'presented.the honoree: with Birth *
,, ..J.di.JI ........ .', Hoffls.V, KnightLeila -
I. Miller Ass't Cashier"Jean ; -
Margaret chosen
door by Mrs. Matthews and a cup and saucer to her,

",O. Norman,.Teller s : '.>:.i : '. S. Mundy presented to the receiving line I china. .pattern.,as a, memento Mr. and Mrs. Richard Collins \: Bullington's ApplianceS 2 f.:'
Smith of Starke
Florence Plucker, Head Bookkeeper D. B. Odom composed of Mrs. Smith; Miss the occasion.. .. j|, announce, :

Beverly Welch Bookkeeper 6. E.: Simmons Landrum. Mrs. ilerritt William Twohindered' guests were: the birth of ,a son, Richard

'rt. :and Mrs. L. .A Taylor., invited to call between the Collins Smith Jr., on June 28 { .
Pat Humphries, Bookkeeper s-, ,? Norman H. Willis 100 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-6551
.Mrs. Pattea and Mrs. Conner hours of 3:30 to 5:30. at Bradford County Hospital
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root __ BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. ST $Q, !"'LOtl-tnAm __ TACR SAY. JPLY $,... 132It's _.
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# d. :- ."5 ; Conservation
: ",: :. At Green.ove .. __ ESTABLISHED 1870
l. r. ;; RAIFORD NEWSV .' *'. ..,Jo:" ,

The Florida Group Atlantic''! ...::. ...: 7 : r. Florida's oldest t
Reserve Fleet said! goodbye to B. iY..z' ma"' ;;Dobbs. .. By Bill Haas Newspaper 11 : :

Our iighty-Third Birthday .. Green Cove Springs last Sat-, -.-.--- -....,-. '- __I FLORIDA ttauously UnderMasthead ft I
i ,Robert W.' Murray Wild-
.1rr .
urday in a simple flagloweri i, : -
With-this-"issue" The Telegraph. begins 5d; and Rutherford B. Hayes was the i ing ceremony that ended a.;.; }Jr, and! Mrs. ,Jrew: ,5 weat life Biologist. Florida Game & AS SO. TjlON

> its 84th year of continuous publication nineteenth, president of the United I i 1--year era. j j!I j ;and Ramona Mr.;.and Mrs..i Fresh Water Fish Commission E. L. MATTHEWS I

in Starke and Bradford County., States. t I i Only three officers and four'' ;John G. Sapp airs a'n' $, :son, has just advised that t Editor and OwnerAWNING
Wayne, Mr and Elmer
'''To say that we are proud of having That first issue, back in July 1879,'' enlisted men answered the Combine, pea and Brown top .
I II Wallace and Mrs. Rosa
Sapp -'
i: final roll call of "the .moth j ,''it lie.
Served this born amid considerable difficul-i, -'Cr
community and the sur- was I I 1 were Sunday dinner guests "oi3u. millet seed may be attained .
rounding area for more than three- ties Sterling Moore, young son of 'the G!, ball prised fleet"a force which of once 650 com ships and Mrs. L. W. Allen of by making application to him ..:

quarters' of a century would be an un- founder, Cot W. W. Moore; could not I' and 5,000 men. 'I i! Fort Whig
derstatement. We are much more than make the type case stands in time, so i!'I, Many people of the Starke I I I i'' Mr. and Airs Willie Carter bine. pea, 9 cents a pound. i qn ,
the "small and the ''were Monday evening guestsof I
merely proud we are at the same pica" "long primer"cases area have been employed over' Brown millet, 13
top cents a
time grateful for the ,unswerving support were placed on bacon boxes for the years at the Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hend- SASH JALOUSIE ASH "
and I Base, which at time had : ricks, who are camping on pound Application blanks
of the community that has made support. Sterling a tramp printer one
this long-period ,of service possible, and by the name of Wilder, 'who assisted'{650 I I civilian employees. 'Now Lake Geneva; i, can be picked up at the Soil', No. 12.19" x 26" - 811. 0 No. ;1.19" x 26N.WW.; 6.56
that the base is officially Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Addi- Conservation District office. : No. 13 19" 1-4" 38 1 i" $ ,
we are also deeply cognizant of our responsibility in "putting out" that first issue, sat I;,, x 38 $14.58No. No. 13 19" x .
to the that on cracker boxes while they "stuck I closed, only 32 civilians will :'' san-arid Ernest Addison have ,1' air: Murray q nests that orders i 22 37" x 2 6" - $14.58 No. 22 37" x 26" $ 9 J
area we serve. moved back to Raiford from
type." remain employed. as a Gusto : reach him by July 15. No. 23 37" x 38 1-4" $18.56 No. 23 37" x 38 1.4" |1.06
Alachua to make their home
If"you're interested i in figures The I dial ; i
-' : Things have changed considerablysince staff. with their mother Mrs Inez : There has been consider- No. 24.37" x 50 5-8" 21.66 No. 24 37" x 50 5-8" IJ4.3?
Telegraph has been "put to bed" 4,316 In April 1961 she
times sipce the first issue was laboriously that day, but there are still problems Department announced that Addison. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 1: able interest in wildlife food LUAN MOH. DOORS Jalousie Doorst t-i r' ? ff6.8S

,printed on a George Washingtonhand a-plenty around a newspaper shop. the base 'was one of scores of Addison are awaiting completion I planting. E. L. Lanum of the: SHEET ROCK .''.

Perhaps that is as it should be. It military reservations that of their new home. -f j j.j, New River section was mow-!! 2-0 x 6-8 x 1 3.8 -- -- -- $ 5.61 ,
press. Striking an average of 4' x 8' x .SSper pc. $1.49PAINTS
kelps. us from getting in a rut. would be closed for economic Mr.' and Mrs. Mack Sweat'1were 1'ing and he said he flushed 2-6 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 __ __ __ __ $ 6.33 ,' ..
1,50ft( copies week (between, the five r .
per As the birthdays go by The Telegraph reasons. Most of the ships in Sunday dinner guests of J j up several pairs of quail. Infields'all ;i ii 2-8 x 6-8 s 1 3-8 __ __ __ $ 6,69 Per: Gal.
oi4 six hundred in its early and Mrs. C. H. Cope and son of i, '
years is ever more conscious of the the Green Cove fleet were !: over Bradford Coun- 3-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-8 __ __ __ $ 7.05 Plio-vin __ __ __ ...*,'-- -- --,re $3.33,

would the present that 3,150 circulation: ) this loyal support of its friends. subscribers, transferred to Port Orange i Jacksonville-Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Davisof i i ty we see pairs of quail. To i 2-8 x 6-8 x 1 3-4 __ __ __ $ 8.81 Plio-vac __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __?4.46
mean 6,500-
approximately Texas. keep these birds in the area i iI
and advertisers without whose loyalty Miami were overnight 3-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-4 __ __ __ $ 9.20 Var-tung __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 4.68
000 individual (or it will be necessary to have
papers over 50QOO.- it i ((3.0 6-8 13.4 w-lites Tuntex __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 3.05
000 pages)' have rolled from our presses would not have been possible to Harold Bishop guests Sunday of Mr."* and Mrs. j: food for them this winter. One x x $13.26

continue to grow and keep 'pace with Joe Cason. j of the best methods of keeping ,
during these 83 years '" Interior Good One Side Plywood Exterior Good One Side Plywood
the community. the same time outliving Wins Runner. -u. p Miss Linda Sue Price and i quail on the farm is plenty i

If the first Telegraph editors workZ.ed number of competing contemporaries Golf TrophyFour friend, Numan Entrican, of ; of wildlife food areas. j 1-4" 4 x 8 per pee $3.08 1-4" 4 x 8 per pe. ________ $3.40

at night'-.and we assume they must who sprang up along ,Call Gainesville were Sunday evening I '{The Soil Conservation Service : 3-8" 4 x 8 per pc. $4.12 3-8" 4x8 per pc. _: _., __ __ 4.60

have done so, "they literally rnedthe" Street, especially during the early years. Starke boys entered,, guests of Rev. and Miss Mrs.j has released a new pub. :' 1-2" 4 x 8 per pc. $5.36 1-2" 4 x 8 per pc. __ __ __ __ 5,8
| Allen Price and family. j
"midnight oil, for Thomas. A. Edison To, these supporters, ,we would like the 13-15 age group in the''I Price and Mr. Entrican attended I iication designed to help city 3-4" 4 x 8 per pc. $7.20 3-4" 4 x 8 per pc. __ __ __ __ 7.88
had invented ,
j just the incandescent State Jaycee Junior Golf :and subuiban dwellers understand -
to renew our pledge to give the com- the evening services atthe" I ., .
bulb in 1879 the year ,The Telegraph> Tournament June 28-28 and soil erosion problems on -
was foundedbut it would still be munity the best newspaper within our one of them, Harold Bishop Jr.,| Raiford Baptist Church their lots, gardens, and small FRAMING LUMBER
capabilities to produce. The Telegraphis 1 I lSO. 8* 10' 12' 14' 16' No. 2 Pine
many' before electric won the ,unner-up trophy. | farms. It is called "Soil Conservation ; .
years lights actually ,
The of Raiford
not j
always as good as likeit people j
we vyould
Bishop tied Bob Baynard of I At Home" and interprets -
came'to',, :Starke.Qeorge to be-but (and this is important, we St. Petersburg. Each shot a i gret to learn that Mrs. Mari I' the Service's experience 2 x 4 per pc..54 .67 .80 .91 4 1,07 __ $100 per 1000'

Franklin Drew was servings think-it) is always the best that we 76 and ,80 in two days' play i zillie Thornton and daughter,I' in working with farmers for 2 x 6 per pc. .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 __ $100 per 1000'

| the fwelfth Governor of Florida! when can produce under the given circumstances for a total score of 156, and i, Irma Jean, have both beeni ''I non-farm people. : 2 x 8 per pc. 1.18 1.47 1.76 2.06 2.35, __ $110 per 1000'

!the.,first issue of The Telegraph app.ear- had to play a sudden\ death i i admitted as patients. in Doc- Sam McGarvey, Chairmanof '
NO. 2 I.
tors Hospital in Starke. Mrs. pine ROOFING
match to determine the .!win I the Bradford Soil Conseri ;
; Thornton has a blood clot in
I Trade Bill Is ner. Bishop shot a birdie, one >; her leg. Irma Jean had surg- i vation District, said that the 1 x 4 No.2 Floor __ __ __ __ $110.00 220 Ib. Shingles @ __ __ __7.56 sq. 1
Victory ,
EncouragingPresident under par, on the Par 5 first Monday for appendicitis. i i publication consists of 30 pages 1x6 j':-Jt t. & siding __ $115.00
fry -- --
hole to win. Other Starke 90 lb. Roll Roofing @ __ __ $3.35
i what the
Kennedy's We wish for both of them aj i of suggestions on ;: 1x8 siding __ __ __ __ __ __ $115.00
bill, passed last week foreign-trade ers in order to meet the new competitive sponsored boys entering by the the Eustis tourney-Uma-i speedy recovery. j I home owner can do to reduce 1 x 6 T & G __ __ __ __ __ __ $115.00 15 lb. and 30 Ib, Felt@ -- -- $2.15
by an impressive .
trade situation created by the challengeof the amount of water runoff .
House majority, constitutes the Admin the Common )Market/\ r tilla Jaycee Chapters at Pine Mrs- L- A. Sapp had as her from his loi and cut down on 1 x 6 No. 2 sI s -- -- __ __ $110.00 5 vc. Galv., Roofing @ $11.56 sr? t
istration's biggest legislative European : ( Meadows Club, were Jimmy weekend guest Mr. and Mrs.t soil erosion 1 x 8 No. 2 s 4 s __ __ __ __ $105.00AH
victoryof the opinion of Stanford. and daughter, '
this session. Meyer Flip Graham and Richard Leonard Sapp The publication describes CEMENT __ __ __ __ _:_ $1.17 t
The broad domestic economic and] Hobbs.Hobbs Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie
The new liberal trade bill, which} Cox and, children, Miss Aud- the ideal soil and how to Treated Materials ?
foreign policy implications of the trade f shot a 83-90, for a MORTAR[ MIX -- -- -- -- 1.3? "
now goes to the Senate, takes the placeof bill appeared with increasing clarity,,173 total, Meyer a 90-92 for a rey Sapp, and Miss Jerry I I know what kind of soil you While They Last .
the Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act 103- Belle all of Jacksonville. have. There is a section on $1O95 10% Charge For Any
during the two day debate on the mea-1180 total, and Graham a
that includes
conservation -
of 1958, which expires June 30. It gives sure. There is no doubt that it marksa -96 for a 199 total. ,: Mrs. Bessie Sapp had as i a plan
Annie safe disposal of water <
her Sunday guests Mrs. Merchandise{ Returned
President Kennedy unprecedented Bishop will leave this weekend ,
powers basic in
change the nation's trade Kelly and Mrs. Amanda, and shrub planting to encourage -
to negotiate reciprocal tariff cuts policy from the free I for Miami to enter the wildlife,
stemming helpful particu-
growing ) Crosby Heilbronn Springs.Lt. !
I Home Owned And All :Merchandise\
for the next five Coral Gables Junior Golf Operated- Fully Guaranteed .
yearsauthoritywhich trade community of Western Europe. Rus&ell'DaVis of Fort; larly birds.

the administration believes is im- ,The bill, in brief, permits the President -I r Tournament 9 and 10. to be played July I Rucker, Ala. spent the weekend ,I The bulletin is illustrated

!perative to meet, the. new 'competitive on a reciprocal basis, to cut tar-I I here with his family. 1! with photographs showing STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Jnc.1

situation faced by the emergence of the iffs generally fifty per cent over five- I Mr. and Mrs. M. D- Dobbshad contour gardening, miniature .

European Common Market. Washington year period.. He. can eliminate tariffs Clay Electric as a Friday' dinner guest t terraces, grass waterways, and.: PHONE 964-4201 COMPLETE BUILDERS .SERVICE AT SAL DEPOT

correspondent Neal Stanford says that entirely on goods where the United Given OK For Mrs. Lizzie Johnson of Jack- 'j\'!; other conservation practices.. I
sonville. Their, Sunday guests I.
in .many capital quarters this measureis States and the Common Market
Two Million Loan were,Mr. andJVIrs.:i, C. D. Dobbsof t :
hailed as the most important piece of for at least eighty per cent of world Jacksonville.Mr. I' =: ==

legislation to come before Congress in .trade. The bill also ,continues presidential The Clay Electric Cooperative : and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins ,.. "

morel than a decade. l power to raise tariffs where entire at Keystone Heights'will.1!: Sr. 'and Mrs. Nell Hall FLORIDA BANK AT- STARKE ..j ... Ij

The bill now goes to the Senate Fi- industries are hurt by imports. receive a $2,100,000 loan soonfrom and daughters spent Tuesday

nance Committee, which plans to start Although the bill might conceivably Rural Electrification Ad. and Wednesday in Jackson- STARKE, FLORIDA I

hearing in about two weeks, going over hurt-at least temporarily-some few ministration in Washington, according vine as the guests of the Giles ,II I
to an announcement byj there
much of the same ground covered in industries in the U. S., it can easily be the agency. I they ThompkinsWhile all' visited the Jacksonville : STATEMENT OF CONDITION I!

House committee hearings. Prospectsfor justified under the doctrine of the Some 4,000 new customers I Zoo. '.1.f ;' I

Senate passage of the trade bill are greatest good for the greatest number.I will be added to the growing: "The Intermediate Class of Vt. Condensed from Report to Comptroller

judged t o be good. The United States can no longerhide I cooperative when 272 miles of: Ri4'prdBaptist Church enjoyed

"' 'hat apparently accounted for the behind a protective; wall of hightariffs. new line are constructed under an ice cream churning f -.. June 30, .1962 J I

impressive administration victory was We have much more to gain.ithe\ improvement grant. Exist at the home of the Robert \. .
general agreement that the Presidenthad than we have to lose in free trade with ling lines totalling 46 miles will]t Taylor family Saturday night j I II
be converted to higher capacity Games were played and cupcakes I
to have wide
new negotiating pow- the free world. 1. '
under the loan provisions and I and'ice cream were ser' .' .
new 1,500 kilovolt substationwill t the 20 people 'present. I Il

I At The Half-Year/ Mark--Things Look GoodIf be constructed at River Mrs. Iris Davis and children l Resources :. I Il

view. and Mrs. Lessie Barnett and l : :. .,

the last six months of 1962 will cent over the same month in 1961. The Eight miles of new tie-in line II Debbie were shoppers in Jack- Loans and Discounts ,, r 1 571 011 23
will be constructed and the! .
sonville Monday.
hold near the which this total also / t. I'
up progress ran ahead of March\ of this
transmission system will be im-
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thomp r
area has experienced during the first year by some ten cent. Only I Banking House Furniture & Fixtures '
per' one proved under the loan. kins; Jr. and sons of Lees- : 1 ,966,31 Iii
half-year will need. to record 62 as condition can cause such a marked in.j burg were Saturday evening .

one of our finest. crease-more cash is now circulation.. 'Test Borings dinner guests of the Tompkinsand Other Real' Estate r 36,600.00
Nearly every 'phase of the area's Construction payrolls are also rook, Halls Mitchell Hall -returned i

economy seems to be experiencing a rise ing themselves felt in the area. The For New 9 E Plant home with them after Prepaid Expenses .' 1,1>42.74

with real estate the only exec P Lion. giant $6,000,000 Hydrocarbons plant, Are Under, Way a two weeks visit with his two -, I
But the condition of the latter is nationwide httIe cousins, Wade and Paul Other Resources. '
near Brooker .is making itself felt in .89877.90;
An eng&eering is .
and could be expected following crew Tompkins.We .
that community and throughout the, scheduled' to make test bon were sorry to learn that Accrued Interest & Income Receivable .',-. I
I the national trend of a land boom, Add 27,325.86
area. to several as
public andprivate ings this week a preliminary Mrs. Lillie Manucy of Jacksonville
during previous 'ears, building jobs-post offices, a step to. construction of suffered another 'serious U. S. Government Securities '
A quick run-down of ; 2,239,217.70. .i ;
our progress new bank, and road construction topped the $3 million General Electric i heart attack Sunday ,

reveals the following: by the four-laning, project of U. S. plant at Hague near LaCrosse :night and was admitted again i' Florida County & Municipal Bonds '498,661.08 :

Agriculture is having one of its bet 301, and you have a well-rounded pic-' : in Alachua County.Construction J to St. Vincent's Hospital. We ,

ter yeqrs.., Closing quotations at the tyre of a heavy economy assured for the is scheduledto hope that she will be much Other State & Municipal Bonds 103001.95 *"- .
Starke State Farmers Market show sev start by October 1, withtarget ,i better soon.. Mrs. Manucy is ,
eral commodities; year.Another date'for completion setfor + the mother of Mrs Willie .
making tremendous
indication healty growth early, next spring.. II Rogers of Raiford.. Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 346,277.78 3214487.37
gains oyer a Dollar I
} year ago. average is reflected in the bank statements of
R. E. B:1tcher. facilities erg Mr. and Mrs John Ross
per bushel is tip in instances ,
many the .
three banking'institutions' gineer the and D.J. and children Sunday .
on project were
with, tot al l gross,at the market running this area, as made public this week. .- Quigley project engineerfor I' guests of Mrs. Ross' brother- I TOTAL 4,924, 85.55I

well ahead. ,'of 1961. Add this to record Over-all we have not only rounded real'.estate, and construc i in-law and sister, Mr. and I : ..

strawberry; crop and you can :only conclude : the corner in some solid, prosperity, tion, said that tentative plansare. : Mrs. Lonzie Braddock,of Jack- : Liabilities

wth! a, fine year for .agriculture bud we face the last six months of 1961 to build I the 65,000 square i I sonville.t .. I I .' r... .=,i-. <:. ':1 7I
Retail sales for Bradford County in honest hope that foot building: on the southeast t I Mr. and )!rs. Willie Rogers I \
things be even Better ,
merchanip: foo' are,::oh the zinc Latest between now and the year's rapidly-', corner of the 165-acre tracton :had ''as their Saturday guests I Capital Stock .; : -.*', ** : ,-: V .' 300,000.00 :'
figures: ', available of state,retail taxes approaching end. U.S. Ul, north of Gaines Mr and Mrs. Walter' Rogers ;

collected are for ville. | and family of Jacksonville. : .... ., ,
May, 1962 which Yes, 1962-at the Surplus *yUndivided 325,000.00 '
of the The children swim .
Operation battery- : enjoyed a ;
totally $15,730 an increase of '25 .
per looks like one of the best I' Butler.
on record. producing plant is ,expected :n Lake
to start with about 100 persons Profits < ..__. ____ 19,104.33.

Ii Having It Available, Alone Won't Do It in mid-1963 could grow and as highas employment FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN I II, Reserve for Contingencies !'., v.* : I' 6,808.62 650,912.95

300 by the end of the year. 390 N. Church SU
If you are a parent of a' 12 to 15 Classes being -*, .

year old child who enjoys swimming, Red Cross are water-safety taught by instructor.a qualified -' Bank Beautified i H. Walton Grady. JlinisterSunday I Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. *?. :'.t. .1.Jt. ;; 21449.12

tfceji .t this i ig 1tti\ten especially for you. Skills and knowledge in 1 School 9:45: ajn. {

\ Majve A big mark; on your calendarcrrclinf chfld's own l life as well as protecting assisting anyone the- The grounds ,at the Com-1I I Morning Worship 11 a in. I Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned. 49,189.91
: Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. .
Monday, July 9. in danger will be covered in the munity State Bank on W. ; (. ,
Choir Practice Deposits
i Thursday
Tlftt fe'the day when classes in course. 1 Madison Street have been re- i : 4203433.57 i
7:30 p 'av .
Junior life giving; begin under super- Having this course available sodden and additional plants i
will 1 ,
vision of the Bradford County Board of not alone save a life. But if eligi i- placed around the building I E":SGREEN .. TOTAL 4,924,985.55mm

Pulslic)! r Instruction._ ,Any child in sound ,ble child of each parent will every but take!I l-ad\ting to the attractiveness. .-. I III
1 of the landscaping. the Lord's Supper 11 a. m-,
help, :nqt jefs than 12 years nor over advantage of it, it may prevent a tragiei 6:30: pm,
Iprmay'enter'after haying completed II i !
? headline in this newspaper sometime CARD OF THANKSThe Wednesday Bible Classes

five swimming anddiving tests. in future months or years to come. faimly ot Crcssie Wayne : Evening Assembly Worship li# \

Evening_ --'JS set 7:30 have to 9:30 been p.m.scheduled on Mondays.from ing the General Educational with Turner appreciation wish to acknowledge your kind !!,!.!(I i I J:i') F..L. .R. I.I.I-'r. A. :

For Terminal I Tuesdays, Wednesdays. and| Development test lattery' fail[ expressions, of sympathy" dur- i 1 ,j..

I English Course I JTtiursdaysr' fora terminal the' section on English>i' grammar I!}j!I Ing one.i the loss of our beloved .. : :' ._,_ ,._ _. _.._,,, ,. I';'.I"'

course In English grammar and usage. j i i jl / : 1 if iiii: : : i i;

Due to the recent demandby punctuation, capitalization,y! Slimmer classes will be conducted THE BIGHT POINT for the' .. ; : {

state and'federal fancies, ,and vocabulary building. 'I in the southeast' wingof war yea write.' Cse is and x ... "riI' 3t*' ba..nk' of t-h-e" Florida-:f''a'-t 7 o'na'f Gr-'o-'u"p" Member F'ed-te raI''D e-eit'I "s'u-r"a'-n''r' '(1--o-rp'- II
-as well as private Industry, According to Adult Educa the usa building [Irearl. select year faraite ESTEBBSOOK g

for employees to have a high tion Director L. H. Gibson' Interested adults of the com-'+ ._
-,, eight out of ten persons tat- unity are invited ,to enroll!I i GRAPH. =
achooldt!p"lolJ4) 91tJE.Ciw Ir j I ffi i =
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_t .- Bradford County with the entire .

} Bottom Scooters 'i Tornadoes Men's High,. ..i.Average 2 :14 Will 12 Country! Club Demo Group: I i|'fall area of 2.53 receiving inches an of average rain.' I

Coming Up In Nelson, Bottom Scooters, 168;,
ft. I Picks Directors Asks ClearanceFor Heaviest precipitation was et:
Bowling League I i i Gene Coble. Strikeouts 164; I the Santa Fe tower, where 3.fO' REVIVAL
iI Frank Jarvis, Bottom Scooters -
I I I Six vacancies on the board inches fell. Totals were for the i'
The Bottom Scooters, makking I ; 155; Charlie E. Johns 1! of directors of the Starke s AppointeesA week ending Monday I II

their' bid for first place :' Rebels 153.Men's .I i Golf & Country Club were Lightning again caused all1 I!
won 4 points from the Tornadoes High 'Games: Vernon I{ filled at the annual meeting I.VV I. resolution urgin the requirement -three forest blazes in the coun-'
: Buff Keystone Kats, 244; held June 28, in of "party clearance"and NEW RIVER
last Friday night in the j ty, with but three acres being:
Gene Coble, Strikeouts 218; the endorsement by the'
the shop.
Summer Mixed I pro burned. ,
Bill Lovell, 216.Men's -
Striksouts Democratic Executive Committee -
gue. The ;Scooters have won < i I Elected for two-year terms Loss of acreage due to fires,!
11 points out of 12 during the : High Strikes:*Vernon were Dr. H. H. Adams and H. of Bradford County for all while it has diminished, continued -:! '
last three weeks. Buff Keystone Kats 244*i A., Bishop Jr. [incumbent Ai appointees coming under various : BAPTIST CHURCH
ahead of last
140, 182 for 189 way : yearj
a average. public officials was adopted -
members], and James C,
Leading the Scooters to victory -, Since the
first of the 154
j Ladies: High Average: Ne- I at a meeting of the committee year j
was Frank Jarvis with i Hobbs, T, A. Yawn. S. G- Denmark fires have burned-over 1.171:

460 total pins and a 153 av- i oma 144; Nelson June Norman.Bottom Scooters.Rebels, i, and Bill Epps. I Ieoverec.f i WATERMELON KING'I I last resolution Thursday.The .would app'y'' acres compared to 95' fires';' JOLY9--15.

erage.. i 143; Mary Jarvis Bottom A dish supper was "j only to appointments thv. affect -i which burned 434 acres during! .
I After much publicity about water melon in some iI .
June Norman bowled gam- Scooters 130. enjoyed by the membership j I queens l Bradford I, the same period last year. I
areas, why not a "Water Melon King'!? 'Likely candidate for i! County.
168 for 516 preceding the annual meet-
es of,J90,158, and 1 ''Ladies High Games: June I I Copies of the resolution were, Rainfall for the past week REV. TRUETT SMITH
total and an average of ing. V the titie is 12-year-old Walter Reagan son of ;Mr. and Mrs.j at the :
pins Norman, Rebels 190. I II sent to the Governor U. S. Senators three towers reporting
172 to lead the first place Ladies High Series: June l I Edwin H. Reagan who lives three miles south of Starke on Hy.' 'Congressman, chairman'of ''to the Florida Forestry Service -

Rebels over the Untouchables, Norman, Rebels 190. 158. 168. two morning shifts. The bus j[100. Waiter is an enterprising Bradford County Junior High ,the State Democratic Executive = 'was as follows: SEFFNER, FLA.

31. Buddy Elliott had gamesof for a 172 average. for the first shift will leave ,'i student who is selling melons at this stand at their home. He f fI ij Committee, and all elected' New River __....________ 1.80;I

164 176 and 126 for a 155 1 the high school area at 8 a.m. !I j says he is doing "right good thank you," saving money for i'I officials of Bradford County.In : Louis Hill ___________ 2.2o!: EVANGELISTJOHN
for the losers. daily returning to at +
average I Swim Program 10 a.m. This period Starke is : clothes for,the coming school year. Melons are sweeter tastier its annual reorganizat'oi. Santa Fe ______________ 3,60/( '
final the Keystone reserv-
In the game I '
Kats defeated the (Starts Monday ed for students of the Heil- I and better than last year he says the committee re-elected tie fnl- Average ________...__,---- 2.53:' SCAFF Song Leader
lowing officers: L. H. Futch:,
I Strikeouts 3-1 with Vernon Buff I bronn Lawtey and Souttiside I i i iI
For chairman Mrs Lex Green, vice I I
StudentsThe ; ,
bowling a record high game of areas plus those from Brook- : CONGREGATIONAL i iHOLINESS I
!Experimental English Course !chairman; and Mrs. L. H. IE HOMECOMING, JULY 15
'244, and a total average of 189 Summer Swimming : er, Graham and Hamptonareas. Futch, secretarytreasurer.Rainfall > CIIURCH .1''

I to Bill lead Lovell the ,Kats.led the Strikeouts Program County open school to all students Bradford t I The. second shift will leave I! New Approach To Old Subject I Averages !\ North 301. 2'a miles out oj : Dinner On The Grounds

with games of 142, 129 and I who have completed the first from the high school bus area j I III f fI I I t town on left of the road. "i '

216 for a 162 average. : grade, gets under way Monday at 9:30: a.m., returning* around I i i Records achieved by Brad- that the student would be able j 2.53 Inches i! Young People's Meeting. ,
( Standings W L GB July 9. II noon. This shift is reserved I Il i ford County High School se- : to reason the meaning of an; I Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday Services 7:45: Nightly

Rebels . 14 2 j' Because of limited personnel l for students of the Starke i I niors for a number of years: unfamiliar word. In Past Week j i School 10 a.m. Sunday Night

Bottom Scooters" 11 53 i I and the large number of stu-I Elementary School who live in i I II I I have been consistently below Models of accepted criteria !I I Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone EVERYONE WELCOME _
Keystone Bats .10 64 j dents enrolled, the swimming.I| the immediate area of Starke. +|| the state average for they I i:for basic research were provided Almost daily showers contin- cordially invited to attend-

Untouchables 2.5 13.5 11.5 program will be 'conducted in,i The swimming program will :,'Twelfth G r a de PlacementTest by the instructor for]I ued this past week throughoutIEN'S Rpv. Carl Edmondson, pastor. _
Strikeouts .. 8.5 7.5 11.5 end August 3. I in the subject of English: each student project. ,. ---- ---
I i on ,..,. I .., .,.,.,,.,,. ,, ,,,, .
"" M "" =< """' -"= "- = "" """"' g "=; "" ""' '''';:: ''''' c ''
by approximately 15 per cent. i Parents of the students :

:: STARK BUSINESS D.lRECTORY This sistent average with ,that however achieved is con-by ': were notified course.about They the were experimental advised --j j 5C 0 5C

most of the North Florida : '
not to expect the usual I Van C
H P"
counties. Realizing that a new, six-week grade report asi I flest O.

English approach, should in the be teaching attempted of, : the the plan entire was expected school to term.covEr ;j,: oC io f'I. '

AUTO PARTS AUTO SERVICE i AUTO SERVICE General Supervisor of Instruc- i! Progress reports, however, :
.._ 'i ii '
ii i' were sent to parents periodi- !
Starke ,Motor, j I, J. R., WnVVit I i Starke's ), !, cally. i .

i NTI.AIR: | SERVICESTATION | ed an average group of ; All seniors were tested under -
Parts Co. Inc. Cities Service Station
,I twelfth grade students last II i ii MID
the State Twelfth Grade : SUMMER
i fall [1961] and began the ex-
four LocalJobber Complete Anui Serrk- : J. C Gardener Prop. testing program; in February ,
; ,i iperimental study course.
NAPA i ii rites .. : Every!:: Mechanical Service I Ii 1962. From the experimental
For I, -Acr urlrjLubrication ,
After surveying the inter-
i 1 class of 21 students, nine'
Cor. Brownie & Clark ;I tt itching :General! Repairs Automatk j f ests of each student and a- scored over the 300 minimum I j
342 Madison it-2Bol': I
Phone 9640801.: 9640811'AUTO : TransmissionsCities I chievemenc scores of previous score required for entrance to :

Dodd's Service & I Service Products i years, individual projects were the state universities.
REPAIRS j assigned to cover the entire {
TIRES BATTERIES In the May re-testing, 14'
Auto Sales j i scope of the secondary school
1705 I students r for two-thirds of!
Farl Garage N. Temple Starke I curriculum through the tech
Rambler Sales A Service the class! scored individual
ALL KINDS OP PHONE 9G4-9911 1! nical vocabularies used in
GENERAL REPAIRING gains to 102 points. The
AUTO REPAIR WORK I I | each subject studied. In the up
International Lifetime school aveiage for the 1961- :
-1 All Work Guaranteed ; larger areas, teams of stu- ,
I 62 term 36.5 percentile.
Mufflers 1 was
Phone 9(9-2964 AUTO TIRES dents were formed to cover ,
,<> \V.'lnnt gt.rL.AUTO FIRESTONE j i the assigned areas more ade- The experimental class scor- YES FOLKS! This is The BIG CLEARANCE SALEyou have been waiting for
I ed 51 percentile, according to
Tires. Accessories
-SERVICE I 528 S.Batteries Walnut 964-3861 I Starke Recap Co:, I j quately.[ sounds In general] were, phonics'word studied the re-testing results in May, All Summer Merchandise .... Slips, Panties, Shoes, Shirts, Skirts, T.Shirts -

I Bill Edwards Pappy Rftolstftn, Ofrutr Mjr.; .! because of the research indi- '' 1962. The'normal re-testing increased Sleep-Wear, Shorts, Blouses and MANY, MANY other items SLASH.ED .
of 10 -
gains points were
Gilbert S. Brown I Recapping for Cant & Trucfci,Ii*t I eating that the average per- I: to 22 points per stu- TO Cost and BELOW! Come in, browse around. and buy at these LOW,
Storce"66"Service/ son's "ear" vocabulary is '
Standard Oil Strvle fetation .. ONE DAY SERVICE dent average.
three to four times greater
ATLAS NEW TIRES AT SAVINGBATTERIES than his eye" 'vocabulary. 'I The extensive projects submitted -

TIRES & BATTERIES The principal goal of the by individual students :\ SELF STYLE .Young Ladies
Budget T rms- Road Service Wheel Balancing & Alignment i I' and teams have been collected -
Phone 964-0221 course was to teach wordani i High Style Domestic & Imported FANCY ANI FLUFFY
Phone 964-7071 Phone 964-8881 I
anj bound. A sample examination -
j' alysis .through prefixes root I ShirtsAsst.
407 N Tpmnl.ta"t'. '" 617 N. Temple Starke SOI South Stark copy is availablefor Sport Baby Doll
meanings, arjd suffixes,,, so
,, inspection at the Brad-
------ t 0" 1+ -"lrvl- '':' -tf, __ _---=-...I I ford County Telegraph office. Sizes and Colors LADIES BLOUSESReg. PAJAMASRegular
I Additional copies are being ,

made available to subject- $1.00r

COMING TO. local matter high departments school and the of public the- : $1.98 '
: library. As the students a

typed their own stencils for "

duplicating? occasional errors r %While They
may be found due to insufficient a v

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM ;" time for final editing. REG. $1.98

Students of the '1961-62 experimental Last!
/ c 1 a ss included'

I Mary Jane Bigham: Barbara I Now $ SIZES 32
$1.37| -
Blankenship, Romesa Dodd,
Rhett Fox Martha Long. .. ._
t 2r$ NORTH CAROLINA'S ; i Mary Ann Long, Patricia 3BT "

u : Loudon, Percy Moody, Sandra GIRL'S
t 20th Century Jeremiah I. Moore Shirley Morrison Janis Now -66c

Mt,1 .. Paul Carolyn Pellum John SHORTSBoxer I PRINTS
t Register Carolyn Shannon _
VF I Susan Slade Gloria Smith Jamaicas
; CHARLES B. Girls Nylon
: Sandra Solano, Donna Tra- Sufer
wick Betty Wainwright Lin- BOUFFANTSLIPS

da Wasdin, and Jerry Wil- VOILES e BATISTE
; aehn.I Sizes ,

; t HOWARD I i Although the re-testing 3.14 EYELETS e CombinationsReg.

;scores are unofficial for admission -' 2

Yu$, i to the state universities Now

$ i::: Former head of The Bible Departmentat of Florida, they indicate: 39c to

: that students who scored 300 : A. .

Campbell College. Popular Bible ,, or more on the re-test should 66C a $1.98 Yard
s { '
immediately for an official -
Teacher and Conference Speaker. ', re-test from the Board I

_ A : of University Examiners. 405 : .
T Revivals
t Evangelist in over 1,000 over .
Seagle Building, Gainesville Real Smart Girl's Sizes_, ,6. 14
The Southland. according to I* H. Gibson SLEEVELESSBLOUSES T

,, class instructor. 66C

r : I, REDUCEDLadies

Warm Hearted, Stirring Bible Preacher '
t' i Values To $1.00 / / / Boy' and Girl's


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Baby Doll and CapriPAJAMAS Plav Suits

: REVIVAL F Charley \ ->* : %YtiY-

,, E. Now ,
Johnsabout -
.. w $133

Services f;: ; this question: ': BIG BOYS $1.98

't" : '"Tornadoes seem to be increasing _t Short SleevesSizes

.tt :
-- ; in number and de. .
4 i ; vastation. We have a ALL SUMMER FOR GIRLS LADIES

JULY 1622MONDAY ; : Homeowners Policy with!
., and it covers I: 8 to 16Asst. HANDBAGS Reduced Drastically
your agency ] ,
.' '
I' -
home and _
our furnishings: .
; THRU SATURDAY, 8:00 P.; M. .' : to full value. Does this automatically -';' Checks tf 2' X 4'RICE
cover us to full}' tteg. $1.98

SUNDAY... AFTERNOON 2:30 P. M. : value for any tornado or & Solids [ STRAW RUGS ..4'cj

windstorm damage? I Now 9ic*

The Public : <:; ,MUSIC DIRECTOR CharleyE.- ._Johns I I Reg.. $1,49 4 '

T :; : : :' :.,:t T -t:_". "_:. ,':' .; \., .\J .:, ': ;;,.-* -, *..*.?Agency Now
.I ,.r" ,-.-:- J4t. ,, -* -, .: .. }. .';. :.:.. : .-\t. ; PHONE- 964-0121 ;I 99c at t all VAN H. PRIEST j ClT.HURSDAY. STORES'
,. -_ -" .. ,, -, v 131 S. WAlnut. St. : .> .
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For, The Skin.: It's a long'r soft edition. bronn. The drainage ditch to I six persons had no driver's licenSe I NOTICE APPLICATION die Lee Davis.
D ct Asked a cover Race Revenue FOR TAX DEED AU of said property being in
product label l, not consistent When will Dr. Shafer stop be dug by the state would not I Gill Trial Set four had no valid dri See. 191.16P.S.. \he 'County of Bradford, State

I and extend quite to the spring ver's permit, and three became of Florida.
To Test For Role with the Madison Avenue expanding his interest Totals $201,800 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unless such certificate or certificates -

approach to labeling, but as ::settle down? famed for alleged healing powers voluntarily intoxicated. that Ann Bissell the holder of shall be redeemed according -

I he believes,-with the truth.|! "Not 'till I've hit bottom- and Quigley said it For Sept 25thI There were also two cases the following certificates has to law the property described -
Continued From such certificate or
J Page, One]. To Each filed said certificates' fora in
: Another' is his Kelley's Ca- Sea Bottom" he says. j jI might ,become flooded unlessa I of petit larceny, running stop i County tax deed to be issued thereon. certificates will be sold to the

Dr. :Shafer will talk to you i nine Mange and Skin Medi- I' I, drainage ditch was carriedon signs, and following too closely The certificate numbers and highest' bidder the at first the Monday court

about most any subject- cine" which he developed fork past it down Water Oak I I Circuit Court Judge John and one each of driving Bradford County and years of of the issuance property, the, and description the- house in Month door of on August, US!. which

medicine, the arts businessor t the K-9 Corps 'of the, U. S. j II Board Hears Creek. A. H. Murphree has set Sep. while intoxicated, driving each of Florida's other 67 names in which it was assessedare I is Dated the 6 day this of 23 of 1962 June,

writing, and he assuredly:' Army now' publicly being Arch Thomas Jr., attorneyfor tember 25 as the trial date without headlights, violation I counties have received a Certificate as follows:. 51 Tear of Issuance i U&:.

can.. He has.-distinct impres-' marketed. I Budget RequestContinued the Bradford County Fair for Thomas Gill Jr., 26yearold of the ordinances of the Rail total of $201,800 in race track 1956. I Clerk CHARLES of Circuit A. DARBY Court ,of

sions many gained through Bring up the subject of research Association asked that the Starke man who( is charged road and Public Utilities Commission funds during the season just of Description SE* of SEU of Property and SE .4 W of% Bradford County Florida

selective1 personal knowledge; on the ocean bottom [ From Page One regular amount of $500 be in- with first degree murderin disorderly conduct: closedthe largest amountof SE'4 Of SEVi Sec. 4 T 7S R 22 E. 7-5 4t 1.6NOTICE

and in*'every1 '... subject will and it is here where the doc- Mrs. C. L. Scholl will ''request cuded in the new budget for the shotgun .slaying of a I failure to have vehicle under revenue ever received from I E.1.Name. Webster in which assessed Dr.

quickly give you his own observations tor refuses,-to come up for $1,600. $550 above last year's prizes at the county fair and 17-year-olJ: Starke ,girl last control, and improper driver's this source. Last year each All of said property being in OF APPLICATIONFOR
for the County of Bradford, Stateof
air! also for an additional April. license. county received $187,600. "TAX DEED
funds to puurchase
$950, plus I '
maintenance on the three Represented by Gainesville I, The final distribution of Unless such certificate or certificates See. 184.10. F.S.
'"The public ignorance of On the ocean bottom he warning sirens for all county : I, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat
fair buidings to be erected attorney Sigsbee Scruggs, Gill I I Girls $9.300 was made to the counties [ shall be redeemed according the holder If
29 4-H A. Cox
leprosy:is appalling", he says. says, man will find the cure i municipalities. 'The two bud to law the pronerty described -j. Ray
has not guilty by rea! last week. the following certificates has
soon. I in such certificate or
Contary to what most people for every known and future gets are ,arrived at separatelybut 1 i I filed said certificates for
Are Camping certificates will be sold to the
son of insanity' to the slay- In Bradford County the new
believe, leprosy is not 'disease afflicting him. The 1 are considered as one, the j[ highest bidder at the court a tax deed to be IssueoVthereim
of Linda Hopkins at the I Bradford County Development first Mondayin The rertlficate numbers and
ing house door the
Lake on
contagipus. People fear it, sea and its bottom can clerk said.Chamber. School Board At Cherry Month of August, 1962, whichis years of issuance.the description
home of her parents on I Authority received the first of the property, and the
:families have been brokenup eventually provide formulas (i of Commerce Secretary the 6 day August, 1962.
assessed _
Clair Street April 17. $15,000 ana the remainderwas Dated this 25 day of June names in'bieh was
taken will I 4-H Club Girls
if people ,; I Twenty-nine
which by
by it and loved ones torn 1 1 R. H. Mclntire asked : the 196:. are as follows:
forever apart, mostly becauseof i I make them immune. the board for a $500 increase Jacksonville psychiatrists, i I:,left at noon Monday for a week divided between CHARLES A. DARBY Certiifcate No. 28 Year of Issuance
Wants who have examined Gill reported the 1951.Description
Prayers School Board and County Clerk of Circuit Court of
ignorance, Dr. Shafer believes. Much. more could be writ- over last year's budget for a last week that he was.I of fun at the Cherry Lake Commission on a 55-45 basis.The Bradford County, Florida of SE of of NEV& Com and
Pennsylvaniaborn 1 camp site, eight miles northof 7-5 4t 726MTICE at NE cor
ten about this J, total of $4,500.. I II able to stand'trial.The I I run W 350 ft S 165 ft. for POB

From his own experience in: doctor, educated at I In other action the board Continued Hopkins girl was fatally Madison. School Board received thence S 50 ft E 150 ft. N 50
1 Heidelberg who made America -I Girls from Bradford County $102,740, and the Commis- : OF APPLICATIONFOR ft. W 150 ft. to POB' in Sec 59 _
living with them caring for request from County of : *
granted a wounded by two loads ... -.fl St .___ I TAX DEED T6SRZE.
comfort he his home and is carvingout Trawickfor pp -- I WIll camp wan inose irom I sion's share $84,420 with- Name in which assessed L M _
them and offering I' Sanatarian, Jack buckshot fired from a shotgun' was See. 184.10. F.S.

has become somewhat a beneficial lifetimein I I' an additional $500 to Bradford County's school as she stood in the front yardof Baker and Columbia Coun- : in a few dollars of the amount that NOTICE Ann Bissell IS HEREBY the holder GIVEX of, Gatlin.All of 'said property being in

champion for such afflicted many ways for many oth- : maintain a dragline used in : certificates has the County of Bradford Stat
board, in regular session Mon- her parents' home, talkingto ties.Mrs. drove that was actually budgeted the following
'I Nelson Green of Florida.
ers. filed said I certificates
persons. I mosquito control operations.The day, published a statement in J Gill. ,_ .V. the bus. and will stay at from this source. I tax deed to be issued thereon. Unless such certificate redeemed or eeitifteates a.
'The unbelieveable thingIs I Besides'ilis film activities county has already put favor of continuing daily 1 Bradford' County Sheriff P. I I The certificate numbers and shall be df'
with the girls a local cording to law the property
as the description
camp 'of issuance -
a book publishing 'firm research and business he has up $2,000 of such mainten- prayers in school according to I D..Reddish said that Gill had years of the property, and the scribed in such certificate or
Also -
leader. accompanying thc
which would not accept copy taken some time for writing. anc'e funds and the total Board Member Rodney P. ,,dated. the" girl on occasion, the girls will be Miss NOTICE OP" APPLICATION names in which it was assessedare certificates highest; bidder will be at sold the to courthouse
from who are near it medical book- $2,500 will net the county muchin FOR TAX DEED as follows: first Monda
people I Following a Hall. and apparently was very Ross Home Demon- See. 194.10, F.S. Certificate No. 62 Year of Issuance door on the
Dorothy whichis
or afflicted. In either case,' "Treatment of .Asthma and $1,000 in state matching "The recognition of God in love with her. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1956.Description. in Month of August August 1962 1962:!
and Mrs. of
Agent the 6 day
since it's not contagious the't Arthritis"'he has had several funds Trawick told the board. public prayer is part of the Gill is :a graduate of the stration James Edwards, another local the that following Ann Bissett certificates the holder has of at SE Cor of of N%Property of NEt,Com ofNW' Dated this 25 day of June,

rejection of works of those whc I .popular works published.His The commission also pro- national heritage and the Constitution's University of Florida..Both he : filed said i certificates fora ,j of NWU and run N 108 U6:. CHARLES A. DARBY .
certainly need encouragementis mised J. T. Quigley that the leader. tax deed to be issued thereon. ft for POB then W 50 ft. N 100 Circuit Court of
First Amendmentand and Miss Hopkins were em Clerk of
when he ft POB Sec
earlier life- Girls attending camp from The certificate numbers and ft E 50 ft S 100 to Florida
a travesty. would protect the insurance I 25 T 8 S. R. 22 E. Bradford County
county was intended to prohibita ployed by companies years of issuance the descrip-
was doctor in the leprosy I Starke are: Gilda Graham, and the Name in which assessed Ad.NOTICE- 7-5 4t 726FURNISHED _
owned tion of the property
too.beyond' mineral water springs but not to in Jacksonville.Speeding -
He has his thoughts state religion prevent
I I Janell Pollard, Linda Edwards names in which it was assessedare
research colony is described in a secI I Quigley by digging a drainage of religious,
his own by the growth a Jackie Sullivan, Ce- as follows:
I ,
own I tion of the book "Medical \ ditch past the springs Certificate No. 10 Year of Is-
i recommend
which,has given him his state therefore we I Leads leste DeVoe, Sandra Huggins, suance 1956.Description.
H. I Nightmares," edited by Phil when the state builds a new
nationally distributed "E. that the schools] of Bradford Eleanor Lee, of Property WjJ4
Celita Bryant,
100 at HeU- of NE of NE' N of St. Rd !
in bridge on Sit. Offenses In i 4
Pyramid Books continue the practiceof !
Hiich County
S. Medicated Cream Formula Jane Crosby, LeWanda Grif- Sec. 16 T. 7 S. R. 20E
Florida bible law with the Ann Name in which assessed J W.
County Court fis, Sharon Bryan, Mary .
that it be nonsectarian Thomas.All
stipulation Graudon. Gail I McKinney, of said property being in
," the statement read. the County of Bradford, Stateof
Judge T. A. Yawn disposed Debbie Hardy Sara Shealy, I

Hall said, contrary to what I 1 of 78 .cases in county court and Cheryl Shealy. \ Unless:Florida.such certificate or certificates ALL DOGS ON STREETS OF

many people think, that the during the month of June Girls from other county shall be redeemed aC-1
United States Supreme Court j cording to law the property
i with 20 speeding offenses communities are: Hampton, scribed in such certificate
last week did not rule againstthe I 1 will be sold to the
f I I .I I leading. the list. Phyllis Meng, and DeborahHill certificates highest bidder at the court i
of religionin
daily practice ,I VACCINATION -
Worthless checks were on ; Lawtey, Kay Brewer house door on the first Mondayin LAMY \

schools, but against any 1 the rise'daring June, with 10 Nella Kirkland Karen Lee, Month of August, 1962, which I,
the 6 day of August 1962
state organization prescribing is
a or cases while improper passing Bonnie Rosier, Brenda Jones I pated this 25 day of June ''I

a certain type of servicet I| and reckless driving took and Linda DeVore; Brooker, 1962.
be practiced. He said the i CHARLES A DARBY \ TAGS AFTER JULY 10
I! back seats with eight cases Nancy CalOl Gainey, Hilda I Clerk 9* Circuit Court of.

ii Bradford board cannot stipu- ""each. There were also seven Harrell, Dottie Sue Kelley Dolores Bradford County, Florida :
C late that a daily prayer be \ I II 7-5 4t 7-26 I II
I cases of disturbing the peace; Parrish and Ellen Elzey. Ii
said in county schools or'any t The girls will return to

'certain.prayer to be said but the 1 highest bidder at the courthouse I Starke Friday afternoon.lIa'e I 1 FREEBRAKE INSPECTION I!, WILL% BE DESTROYEDTOWN

that it can encourage I
I door on the first Mondayin I ,
I' ,___ j practice'of a daily! prayer. I Month of August, 1962, which ''I' WHEEL BEARING PACKED :
is the 6 day of August, IAS2. I See Shorty at I
also votedto
The school board old
an refrigerator,
Dated this of
25 day June LAWTEY
permit the Bradford Quar- 1962. i I fan or tools which you no longer ALLEN'S GARAGE
bAL'i! LFTIFIESI'! CHARLES A. DARBY !! 1,: 710 Alton Road i
terback Club to erect a concession Clerk of Circuit Court of use. Convert them into cash"

-, on the opposite side 1 I Bradford County, Florida j i now. Phone 964-3101 and ask

., of the football field from the:r 7-5 4t 7-26 for classified.

bleachers for one
permanent> 'I
---T\-; : ,
year. The move was made I

Hall, said, after a letter requesting -;, n'TpITcI
_ _ I
it was received from' :: ::: liuJUL <: .
i :TRIMMED i\ > r;:>:::
NOW Quarterback Club President r .
; I :';;" : 1t.1' ..
CROWN Curtis Lee. The board is also 1tNt 4ii ,,W. (($%

'::1GU\.f@de\UX $ to review the entire concession -

$19.95 set-up at the end,of the i 20 Words or .95 Memorials!, Resolutions __.-_____ 5c per word!

1 ',o juiMonConrtwdfenf \ prescribed' year, ,Hall said. I I If not paid |In a4vance--------- ].(}9 Cards of Thlrllb., M .words ______ 2.50

f: Deeper Tread Size 750 x 14 'The measur 'was passed 2-1 I Keyed or Blind Ads __--_____________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______. ....__" __ .3c per word

'i Wider, Plus Tax and old by the school board with Hall Each additional word o\er 20 ________ 03 Display ads in Classified .____ 1.50 per inch
; and Ethan Saw voting for it'1
Running tire from your car
.\o and W. E. Lawson casting the ; 11 p. m. FOR RENT- 2 bedroom nice-1 APARTMENTS:

Extra L 0 ngWear lone, dissenting vote. Vice- i ly furnished house with car- lights and water furnisned
) 21 monthsMinimum I, oort and large utility room. Inquire Bullin ton Studio or
warrantY (Nylon -. Chairman H.: A. Lawson was
a.- For adults or with an infant Fe II 321 West Madison St. tfchz
acting as chairman Monday FRESH FLA. 'A' : child. No nets. Inquire 733 N. ----- "

0-. :. :: in the absence of ChairmanDan Thompson St. tfchg E. W. Hayes

( : __ :' ; -:. S Starling, and so did not I MORTGAGES
\ vote. I i Mortgages available to build II
FRYERSiSSE.Tj Read The Classifieds!
.:- In other action the board i new homes or remodeling. .

I G : -- discussed the revision of all : 100% Loans I IF YOUR NAME IS 710 Lemon St. Palatka

I non-instructional salaries but : LA RUE CORPORATION FOUND AMONG THE Furniture Repaired
400 W. Madison-Phone
delayed any action until next LB. 29cI 964-8641. I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Upholstered & Refinished
0 -
.' year's budget is taken up later I I_ tfchg I AT THE TELEGRAPH l\IA'ITRESSES'REBUILT\

this month. 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Saratoga OFFICE FOR A FREE New Innersprings
Heishts.!: Purchase equity -
TICKET TO THE FLORI. and Box SpringsDrop
and VA loan. Pay-
..4''GULFCROWN: Autopsy Set BEEF LIVER .. 3 lbs. $1 ; ments $56 mo. Or will rent. DA THEATRE.YOUR Vi A Card or Call

Contact Owner. phone 964-
PRICES START AI In Unexplained ; PALATKA EA 5-916S
: -' > Nylon or Rayon I 5842. tfchg OLD WATCH Will

:; e Black or Whits : Prison- Death FRESH GROUND BEEF lb. 49c FOR RENT- Kingsley Lake make the down payment on a MRS.STARKE PEGGY 96L59I4 8HALLER
$ 95 'I, I 2 bedroom furnished house. beautiful new Bulova it ,

Sidewall $14. An inmate of the State Prison Bv week or month. Phone 782- Dahmers Discount House. Starke, Ajcnt

3061 782-3861. Ask for Mrs. tfchff .
,. Tubeless Tube- at Raiford Marc Garvin, 25,5 i Chuck ROAST or STEAK lb. 49c !
Reddish. 3tp 7-5
__ FOR SALE-3 bedroom house
Size 670 15 ,
TVDa x was found dead in his cell last : I Ii McORIFF TRADING MART
FOR SALE on one acre lot in city. Reas-
Plus Tax and old 130 N. Court
4 St. We buy and
Saturday at eight o'clock, according -
\ 'Minimum Warranty: RiysnTu&iUM tire i lb. Ready mix concrete, concrete onable. Heat attic fan. All sell good used appliances. fur-
from your car to Warden DeWitt SUNNYLAND PICNICS
29 i tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road.
II mos. Nylon. niture
I block piers. fence posts sand or anything you have
TuBileit 21 mos. Riyoit Sinclair. tfchg
rub..Typ.15 mos.* I cement,mortar mix rock steel Why pay big fixed prices for
Cause of death has not yet : S. E. Geiger General Electric appliances
oyster shell, limwock and roof I
r been determined, the warden I when McGriff will save you
gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR SALE-Lake Front fifty to
over two hundred dol!
reported Tuesday, but an autopsy Jim Dandy Grits I Bradford Engineering Co. I Lots. Santa Fe and Lake lars. Small overhead. small
is being performed at :
'- Loddoosa. Terms. Guy Andrews
5- SIbs. 21c --- -- -- -- profit. HP
." _
''I FOR RENT: New. spacious
\ the University of Florida Medical -i Cabin Home hone 964-6811. tfch
: Meal
\ unfurnished apartments. Good
\ Center. Sinclair said 1 i 24-HOUR A DAY CLUB (Alcoholics -
location. Aonlv Mrs. Slade. 605
I Anonymous] meeta
Garvin appeared to be all: 'Alton Road Starke. tf chg,, Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. Monday and Thursday nightsat
I -
right at the 5:45: cell check! 1 I Ii Flowers wired Flow- 8:30.: For details
place. phone
Restaurant in Town- Going any
( last Saturday morning when U. S. Good! All Meat STEW lb. 59c i Business land. bWg. and: ers for all occasions locally. Keystone Helsats: 4475.

ONLY he stood at his cell door, ask- equipment only $7500 with Phone 964-6291.506 East Nona 4tchg 7-5

NOW _' ed for, and received a drinkof i eood terms. Also. 1 acre lot In St. tfchsI FOR RENT-3 bedroom -unfurnished ;
1 4 water from a guard. ; ROYAL town, nice location. 2500. house. 456 W. Mad-

'GULF CUSHIO The also appearedall 51bs Strout Realty US 301 So. FOR SALE 4 bedroom home. ison St. Phone 984-1834. tfchg
.95 prisoner i LONG GRAIN RICE 59c ''Phone Waldo 468-1766. chg I I -

$11 right Sinclair said, at the : WANTEDRidetoJackson 2 baths. large utility room, WE DONT
( o Rayon-Blackwall- *. ,, separate dining room.
6:45 check but dead ;
t : was on ville 5 days week. Leave Starke Sell
screened front porch. Lot 2 you we help you buy.

\ (&j}jT Tube-Type Size 670 x 15 the floor of'his cell when the GA. RED TOMATOES cans $1 ,:7:30 a.m.. leave Jacksonville acres. 1126 West Madison. Good selection of new and
guard again checked at at 5 o m. Phone Dr. Whiff en.
\ ; Minimum Warranty: Riyo5-1I. ... Plus Tax and old approximately 964-6311 or 964-0195. Itchg .Phone. 964-1001. tfchzrEYTOJf used 8' and 10' wide Mobile -
\ months, Nvlon-15 month;. tire' 8 a.m. The warden I With $5. 0 Food Order FLORIST Homes.
\ \ ; from your car '
completely discounted: FOB RENT-Cottage LAKE GENEVA
\ over 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
\ sucide as' the cause of death PET MILK8ta11cans $J :. water Kingsley Lake. By week PHONE 961-4155 TRAILER PARK

since Garvin 'WaS in a cell by ; f or month. Phone 963-2311. NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 1 ml SE of Keystone Hts.

If you want the utmost in puncture- himself and since he did not With $5.00 Food Order tfchg,I I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe on Route 100

sealing premium tires, ask about !
himself. *
special deal on Gulf Sealmasters our l hang Garvin I SPRY 3 lb. can 69c LOST Raincoat royal blue, Wire Flowers Anywhere tfchg
was serving two life light blue. purple and green
f r tfcheI FOR SALE 4
I hp. outboard
sentences for rape and kid- I floral design with plain blue
Royal motor. Can t* seen at
lining. Please return to Mrs.R. I I
nap sacola; his, according family lives to Pen- ,i Show B Pork_ & Beans 3 29c F. Demorest. 2tp 7-7,I r FOR electric BENT equipted- 3 all I Red. Alvarez ServU Station.tfchg

*AMAZING GULF GUARANTEEIf. 'POR RENT KINGSLEY. To ringje or Christian couple. r
/1 LAKE 2 bedroom furnished t Phone 969-1545. tfchg BE SURE to %te V.ORLD '
for any reason (except for malicious, willful, intentional or ; PILLSBURY,
/' ; nttluent damage), your Gulf brand tire does not prove serv- :NOTICE OF APPLICATION OR BALLARD house. By week. Phone 964- BOOK before I Vin any encyciopedlA. -

I -. ictablt for its entire guaranteed" minimum lifetime when used FOR .TAX. DEED BISCUITS 3 29c 5391 or contact Merritt WilIiams. !-I x FOR SALE M. A, Payne, JOUI'local
for noncommercial purposes, you are entitled to an adjustment isuac. F.S. cans -
as follows: tf the cause is defective workmanship or material : tfchg.t Used Refrigerators $29.95 up. representative since 1951.
II' Every Gulf Tire at Big Savin.s. you other will receive CUlt a new will tire without it without chart tf the cause i n any that Carrie Welch the holder GIVEN of : Mrs. A. Russell Norman Used Refrigerators, used Tel- Box 803. Ph. 964-3794 tfcag
reason repair crone or offer you a -
.v brand-new tve. allowmc credit for that portion, of the following certificates has Dixie FLOUR lbs. evisions. Convenient terms.
purchase -,10 $1.15 MAID WORK-5% days or 6 NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
See your nearest Gulf dealer I price represented by the unused uaranteed minimum.. lift of filed said certificates for a tax! ,
,, the tire. deed to be Issued! thereon. The I I a week. Gertrude Carter, 909 Free delivery. Bullington Appliances I Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good

listed below. _______________________________________ certificate numbers and yearsof I i N. Church St. Nnlght Quar- ,tOO, W. Call Street residential section east of
j Issuance. the description of 1 : telL Up. Fla. Southilde School on.CoDey Rd.
... Jimmy Moore's&i'a the property and the names' in CORNED BF;EF .' 39c See Billy Jackson Centl'.1Truck
: which it was assessed are M I ; FOR SALE Trailer boat
follows: S I : and motor for $275 with all WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- Lines._tf chg
Certificate No. 33 Year of Is-I equipment free. ber any amount in lakes.
fishi52 615 N. 'GOOD USED Ranges and re-
suance 1960.Description
STARKE TIRE SALES i Lafayette. Phone 9647044.2tp swamps creeks or ponds. We
of Property Lot I EATWELL TUNA 9cBUCK'S frUerators at prices you can
will cut and haul
!. Blk 2 SUNNY ACRES S/D. a a 7-5, or you can aftprd. North Florida Supply
deliver to Starke. A. .C. Timber
Name in which assessed Fannie -\ FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished 412 E. Call St. tfchz
S -
245 W. Madison St: Phone 96"-579]]l Crummel' 1 Co. P.O. Box 163. Starke.
AU of said property being: in I cottage on Oklawah 8-9 tchg 1961 ZIG ZAG Sewing Ma
the County of Bradford State I I i River near Orange Springs-
chine. Makes button holes.mODOfa'aD1lt .
of Florida. GROCERY & MARKET $35 per week. Phone 9645951M. INSURANCE at reduced rata
Unlets such certificate or certificates sews buttons
l' R. Judd. chg, Auto. Fire. Boat. Doyle E. makes
L ,I shall be redeemed according many designs. Guaran-
sZL to law the property described EXPERIENCED WAITRESS; Conner Insurance Agency. teed. Take up 5 payments of

in such certificate cr1 "Half' Mile North Of,, City. Limits U. S. 301 Wanted. Aonly in nerson at, Phone 964-4501. tfchgAMn 5WrUefAJ3.aDrawer A
certificates will be sold to the -r.-:; g.t '
--- .. i I 1the Garden Restaurant. Itchg Parr Starke. 4tp 712PAGE



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doubtful. taught at the Evangelical there for 20 years. new assignment will be in ings, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, ka, N. c., July 1222. Persons
Exiled Cuban Minister Foresees According to letters received Theological Seminary in Ma- "The people are expecting Korea. 8 p.m. I interested in attending may

from friends and relatives. tanzas in eastern Cuba, com- something to happen soon: SERVICE MEN MondayMinisterial Alliance call the church office.

Diaz de Arce says that condi- muting there from his homein they are not leaving the coun- Airman 1-c Arthur R. Dodd monthly meeting, 10 a. On Sunday, July 15, the
Another Uprising In Castro-Land tions in Cuba are steadily Santa Clara, in central try even though they have AND WOMEN of Keystone Heights' has been m. Methodist Men's Club sup- Wesleyan Service Guild win

worsening. Cuba, three days each week.It money and passports: Fathers given special recognition at per and business meeting in hold a Prayer Breakfast in

"The letters say "We are not is much more difficult to with children in the U.S. are Langley Air Force Base in Fellowship Hall 7 p.m. Fellowship Hall at 8:30: sun.
Rev. Luis Diaz de Arce, exiled bably be unsuccessful. hungry," but we can read between get out of Cuba now than not leaving because they think Virginia for his contributionto Tuesday Cub Scout Pack

Cuban minister now livIng "There is no doubt tha I the lines" he said. when he came to the U.S., something will happen soon," the over-all safety pro- Committee meeting in Fellow- Methodist ChurchThe

in Starke and Assistant there will be 'an up-rising, "There is nothing in Cuba Diaz de Arcs says. It generally Diaz de Arce predicted. \' '.,,' .., gram of the 48th Fighter in- ship Hall, 7:30: p.m. i I
Pastor of the first Methodist perhaps within six months," that plentiful now- not' takes at least three months He thinks the x increased W' 1.t\f.<\ .'":<, ,, terceptor Squadron which resulted WednesdayPrayer Meeting congregation of the
Church, said Monday h e the exiled minister said "The even sugar." The Cuban peo- now to obtain a passport and amount of sabotage that is '!t1w };. in the unit being awar- 7:30: pjn. Gospel Tabernacle was spirit

thinks there will be a second I people of Cuba 'are tired ot ple are becoming "just too exit permit. The exit fee, $25 going on is also indicative of :. ::1,.. ded the Republic of Columbia ThursdayChancel Choir ually and geographically en-

up-rising against Fidel Cas- Castro." It will come, he says, tired" of the oppressive living for grown-ups and $12.50 for I the growing unrest of his "'... Trophy. He is an electronics I rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. lightened the program of
tro soon, even though the I even though Castro is so welt conditions, Diaz de Arce said, children: has to be paid in people. <'"" technician in the Air Defense A Children's Workers Con- message, music, and picturesof

-Cuban people know-it will pro- armed its success is veryFLORIDA. and will be driven to do something United States' dollars, he says. "Sabotage weakens Castro- Command F-106 jet fighter ference will be held in Lake- Ecuador given by Miss
soon. And before a can ,, i squadron and is the son of:
I person the people plan to do all they land. July 10-12 for the Phyllis Martin last Friday
"We got a letter last week leave the country he must can to create difficult situa- Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Doddof Gainesville District. Mrs. Ti- night.
saying the meat ration has .also have statements from the Route 1, Keystone Heights.
tions for Cuba, even if Cu- tus Olson, director of Child- Some of the members at.
been cut to 1A pound per telephone, electric and Urban ga h ungry," th a minister \ A graduate of Bradford High ren's Work for this district t tended revival services at
week, and it is bad quality at 'Reform Agency [rent] School, he entered the service !
explained. He used the E.' urges all workers with child-I Bethel Baptist Church last
that" he stated. The previous that he owes no bills, Diaz de I tremendous sugar crop of his I in November 1959. ren to attend. Thursday night and Sunday
ration was 3-4 pounds per'week. Arce says. Upon leaving, the !
country as an, example. A Family Life Conference services at the Tabernacle
government takes Pvt. Johnny Ghent Jr.
over a per- ,
t"Everythingin will be held at Lake Junalus-'
) Cuba is rationed son's home money, furniture, Sugar production has de- whose wife, Ruby, lives at were ,in charge of the sponsor.
-- THEATRETHURS. now," he said. Each and all his personal belong- decreased since last year, Lawtey, was recently assigned -
-- person gets five ounces of rice ings worth anything, the mIn-.. mainly because no new crops to the 4th Armored Divis- !

per day five eggs per month, ister stated. Each person leaving have been cutters planted and incompetent Airman Basic James D. ion in Germany. A member Shrimp Plate $$1.00

., FRI., SAT. JULY 5, 6, 7 and milk is only for persons is allowed to take with cut the off short failed enoughto to Gann, son of Mrs. Irene cf the division's 51st Infan- .
under 7 and over 70, with him three changes of clothes, cane Hulce, 312 Clark St., Starke try in Ulm. Ghent entered the
Double FeatureU.. I each child getting a quart a but no money. allow. About it to grow out tons properly of- Is being reassigned to the U. Army in November 1961 and OYSTER or CHICKEN PLATE $1.10

day, he said. Also upon requesting per- 6,000,000 s. Air Force technical training received basic training at

11 "You can buy oranges only mission to leave, a person is sugar is considered a regular course for radio and radar Fort Gordon Ga. Before en- Salad, F-Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee .
Trained be a with a doctor's prescriptionand forced to resign his job "so crop, but less was producedlast maintenance specialists at tering the Army, he was em-

coffee is also scarce, although that he is out of work for r year and this year only Keesler AB Miss. He ployed by Devose Construction 964-1233
Champion. ; was
..; Cuba three months.. 4,000,000 tons was made. BLUE CHIP SSSS
produces both, ------ --- :--- and usually, selected for the advanced Co. of West Palm Beach.,
the exile said. Cigarettes are broke by the time he is finally He explained that Castrc" course on the basis of his interests His parents live on Route 2,
Destined to be also veil scarce because of allowed to go" Diaz de Arce must ship so much sugar tc! and aptitudes. I Starke. V/2 MILES NORTH OF STARKE ON HY. 16

a Hero! the paper to wrap them in, Russia and will fall into disfavor .. _
said.Parents A 1960 graduate of the ..
although a person can get all often send their with the Kremlin if it
Mexia Texas high school, he Pfc. Corley B. Limy son
the cigars he wants. children out of Cuba aheadof fails to produce. As a result,
attended, Long Beach City of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Linzy
Each Cuban is limited to them, to prevent them from Diaz de Arce expects sugar to
College in California. of Raiford recently completed -
one small cake- of soap per being subjected to Castro's be rationed in Cuba soon. the five-week demolitionand ATTENTION!
month and a family can get C o m m unist indoctrination Main reason for the scarcity mine warfare course at
WALT DISNEY only one box of detergent to program, the minister said. of all foods is that the CU- Maj. Wayne B. Sargent, son i
the in
U.S. Aimy School Mur-
Sg every two persons each month, The indoctrination-1 begins at ban people refuse to work and of Mrs. Mattye C. Sargent of
nau, Germany. A combat con-
the minister said. nursery school age and con- the Castro government has Keystone Heights, has com-
struction specialist in Co.
According to Diaz de Arce, tinues even for grownupswho very poor management, Diaz pleted the regular course at of the 317th Engineer Batta- Boat OwnersBOAT
'gfid each Cuban family is given a must take time from de Arcs says. He cited several the UJ3. Army Command and lion in Hochst Linzy arrived

/ ration book which can be used their jobs each day for lessons instances in which the Castro General Staff College, Fort overseas in July 1960. Before

in only one store nearest their and professional people regime forced on the people Leavenworth, Kan. The college entering the service he attended -
home. A young'Cuban refugeenow have certain hours each week farming methods which had is the Army's senior Lake
high school in OWNERS POLICY
visiting the Diaz de Arces that they are required to take previously been proven no tactical school, and the reg- Butler.
told them his family got up indoctrination.Those good. One instance occurred ular course is designed to pre-
at 4 a.m. each morning to who resist indoctrin- he said, in the Oriente Provence pare selected officers for dutyas At The TabernacleSchedule Free Your Mind From Worry Over

get in line to receive bread at ation are considered counter- a lemon growing section commanders and general Damage Or Injury To Others!
Plus "BUFFALO GUN"With the store, and when they revolutionaries or "worms," as in which the governmentmade staff officers a t division, for week of July 8:

bought shoes they had to take they are called, according to growers plant a differ-'I:'Corps, and field army levels. Sunday Church School, $10,000-LIABILITY

Stars of The "Grand Old Opry"PLUS the old pair to the store so Diaz de Arce. If such a per- ent type of lemon which the 1 Maj. Sargent received a Worship $ 500-MEDICAL $12.00
the clerk could be certain they son ever loses his job for any, Cuban people don't like. 9:45: a.m. Morning
I bachelor's degree in 1950 from 11 Snack Supper for $ 300-PROPERTY DAMAGE
CARTOON FRI., 6 P.M. SAT., 1 P.M, were worn out before he sold reason, it is very difficult to Diaz de Arce, at a.m.
; them,new ones. get another. the University of Florida. His MYF, 6:30: p.m. Youth Meet-
cites three'means by present'l Here's Protection For Your Boat, Motor, & Trailer
And even the Meager rations Speaking of 'the recent country could be
TUES. JULY 8 9 10 I I
-- allowed are not always demonstrations in the city of del Castro: 11 military assistance BRING THE All Prices Shown Per $100.00
available, Diaz de Arce says, Cardenas, Diaz de Arce said "from' the'United Statesor I.

flPCK HUDSON E because delivery is very eratic. they were the "begtaning of Latin America; 21 Castro r b ENTIRE FAMILY! Full Coverage $6.00
.; .
Once a delivery is made,
what will happen all through could et to be too large a
.DORIS DAY, I .' ':. .' ': usually by truck, every familyin the island. problem to Russia for the 25 Deductible $4.00
the neighborhood rushes to "To that incident good he is doing the mother
me was
M EASTMAN COLOR INEMASCOPE get the food. Trailers No Deductible $2.00
pretty big- when the govern- country; br Sill Cuban UP-
Diaz de Arce and his fam- ,
ment considers it important rising on such a scale that -
Swim In The Best Water In Florida
.TONYIt4NDALL ily fled their ,homeland in i
THHAtARlTTER Castro will ibe' overwhelmed.But PHONE 9644501
enough to stage a military
September of 1960 after he S WATER SKIING 0 DELICIOUS FOOD
parade," he said. Diaz de Arce says emphatically -
.KlAIYIS'1MC&L ar.. .
.IDJ was "denounced" by the Castro FISHING ..0 PREMIUM BEERS I
{V' J I ",'A __1___ __ .ifl I. government when a soldier Diaz de Arce was born In iio' matter what BOWLING o SOFT DRINKS : DOYLE E. CONNER
Cardenas, which is a city of else happens there is "not any
u *. P L U S'j 1of the regime was ambushedand approximately 60,000 some 80 doubt that there will be another DANCING :MUSIC ; -
killed near a church INSURANCE AGENCY
1\ camp of which the minister .miles from Havana, and lived uprising1soon.." .1 I KINGSLEY BEACH"ON

J was director. Diaz de Arcs IF-.. BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE" 218 N. Temple

was, in fact, not near the Gas Genre says: ,
camp, in the Escambray
Mountains, but at his home in
Santa Clara when the ambush [IT'S TIME

of his denouncement, Diaz de BETTER! HIGHER! NEVER GREATER!
.5iu cmR 441I11L Arce flew his family to the fOnatural i '
a> United States. He has lived in < SAVE NOW

Plus Cartoon Sun., 2 P.M. Mon., 6 P.M. Starke since April of 1961 S
Tues., 3 P.M. when he got a job as superintendent DURING OUR
of maintenance and i
grounds-keeper at the First
1 t.
WED. THURS JULY 11,12I Methodist Church. With his I
wife and four children, he resides -
in the old Methodist
P parsonage on Church Street. J
IItI9Sl'I. l
.Wi\lURiR\ He was later promoted to the I
i.1Dif1lt01J position of assistant to the

!I. Im1N N I I pastor of the church, and has

"OfJfe. I filled-in. for pastors in various -
(.wjDPA Off DAN O [RUHY "" I' other churches in the gas '; rr

{SUSSAIii K.'ROBRT[ AlDA'( JUANITA MOURE_JACKSON I, area.In Cuba Diaz de Arce held t N:

the position of executive secretary YOU HAVE A BETTER PRODUCT DEPEND-
of the Board of Edu- ABLE SUPPLY SAFE PERFORMANCE. ON THIS {'. rr rd
cation 0 f the Methodist SAVE
Plus Cartoon Wed., 6 P.M. Thurs. 3 P.M.
Church, serving all Methodist STARKE NATURAl GAS NYLON
r churches in Cuba. He alsoBoating's NEVI

City Hall Phone 964-1301 6U'I1 Y

Nal a retrea : ,

1 Meet Our Ian of the Week' I _Not a $e Ul ... but ;.

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ruu F1405f s" MARIAE. Mr. George Donaldson I 4 mot Weather .n-
fl In ;': _T'r J: I .

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av. a I er. ley8oody'e pncea -

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There's a world of fun on the water awaiting you at Frank Bennett's Melrose the past 21 years, Mr. George Donaldson has -CllRlt ____ .... '

:Marine. Either the 16 ft. Well-craft which sells at $795.00 (left) or made a leading record with our company here in the.

the 14 ft. Wellcraft (right) which is $495 will give you many season's of Starke and Waldo area. We are happy to announce

thrilling summertime living. Both Wellcrafts are made of fiberglass. Frank that he continues this fine record by being the Road Service Tires m Batteries e Wheel Balancing

Bennett's Melrose Marine, established since 1960 can assure you that "no one leading agent in the State of Florida so far for 1962.

undersells :Melrose Marine". All outboard motor repair work is fully guaran- I

teed by calling GRanite 5-5701 and Frank or Chuck Pardee will take care of FOR YOUR LIFE INSURANCE. NgEDS CALL- OR I

WRITE MR. DONALDSON AT Goodman Service Station

you.Melrose :Marine features the Wellcraft 14 ft. Fishing Boat at $275.00 and P. 0. Box 106, Waldo, FIzL, Phone 468-1015

12 ft. one at ,$225; both fiberglass. The Jacobsen Mower (center) at $780 per- YOUR LIFE & CASUALTY AGENT. IS A. MAN

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spent last weekend at Silver!

': : COMMUNITY CHURCH P 1 Lake; with their son and I Melrose First Methodist
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A. _
I 7. Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister daughter-in-law, Mr. and Church for 50 years. She was

-i t" __f* j ., Mrs George A. ,Canova, Or4 4 Mrs. Ralph Cason and daughter buried in the Melrose Cemetery -

By Mary K.'SchaefferFireman's ganist and Director. I Diana Jane. Monday afternoon.
I Richard Cushman, Youth Dir.! 4' Rev. ana Mrs. Allen Price

j . .. . . .. . .'. .. and sons of Raiford and his EPISCOPAL
-1 aaLaaaaaaa&aaaaaa&A6&t &AAALAALALLI-LAAATAAAAAA Sunday, school: 9:45: a.. m.1 TRIXITY
i father. Russell Price of Gain-
Ball Africa: MornIng: Worship 11 a. m. ChURCh MELROSE
and gave a sketch f. esville, visited friends and relatives -

Set.For August ,4 the classes there, the customs,' i Youth People 7 pjn. Pio- __ here. Sundays 10 a. m- Church

The annual\ Keystone: politics, 'etc. "She1. had b'n heersr 6 p. ni.COiDIUNTfl. Mrs. Allen Graham is mov School. 11:45 a. m. Morning

I Heights Volunteer Fire' Department's Into the very heart of the ; -' -c -- ing to Winter Park this we k. Prayer and Sermon [Firs;

: HookandLadderHop primitive' ;'b sh" country; and I ; CHURCH $ '."- Mrs. Margaret Huffman .of Sunday Holy Communion) 8

win be 'held ''Saturday.August' had seen the mode 'b f life t>f KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I E- ,* Jacksonville is visiting in p.m. Episcopal Young Church-

4. At 'the''relftll r the inhabitants. Other distinguished l1 .__ .'' : -' Melrose.

monthly; meeting! of the .Fire .guests Included ,! Summer schedule through :: Miss Connie Morris spent men.Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy
June, 'July, and 'August: Sun- -
Department on June .5, the Rotary Governor Frank Han-!\ 1 Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Communion.The .

following: Committee assignments cock and nis wife, of "Palatka, day School.' 10 SundayServiees Keystone Scouts In ParadeBoy Bunyon Kelley. Rev. Lee W. Heaton,

for Fund Raising were and former Governor E. 'Robert "a.m.FIRST Mrs. Ray Birt has returnedto Vicar. -

made? 'Addfessjng! envelopes, -'Langley, and his .wife, -of Scout Troop,105 of Keystone Heights made a fine appearance her home after a brief stay?

Tommy M l1$an. Corbett Ter- Jacksonville.. ; BAPTIST in the parade at the Chiefland.Watermelon Festhal in Alachua General Hospital. METHODIST CHURCH

_ rell, sand Richard Cunningham Officers for the coming KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. recently. Scoutmaster Barry Wyman is bhomt at far left of Miss Teena Rothhammerspent MELROSE

; Composing letter, Char- year who were installed included J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph photo. Flag bearers'are'Marshall Bean) and Jim Davis. the week with her uncle Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith

1iecG1aveMoney; Counting. : Myron Prevatt, president ... and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pastor

-L Bill Beam' and Everett 'FoxPance ; ; Lew Muir. vice 'presi-i ..- a. Copeland* Minister of Music ,' ... ITYYY Thompson, in St. Augustine.Mr. 9:45 .a.m.
';[' and church rorganist. Sunday School
-4 arrangements., Dick dent; Waily Muhlhofer, sec-!! __ _::": ': '_ .. :1 : YY'TTT"1 JDEIROSE of Hartsville, S.C. and Mrs. Evans Spires 11 .
School a. m.
: Sunday Worship
spent four days with Anne's ._
Sunderland; Ticket S a 1 eg retary-treasurer; Herman. :: and children of Tallahassee, --- --
; 9:45: i. m. Morning Worship, -
sister. Miss Rita Tiller. Rita
George Schaeffer; kuslcHuhtley Schroeder, 'sergeant-at-arms;* : spent the week with his par-
.. j5R. 10:50: a.' m.- Training Union, :
returned with them to Harts-
rR dtearn Jr. The -Ralph Crawford, bulletin; 1'.i'I' ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires oJI
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7:00: p m. Evening services '
printing of the tickets will be I chairman: : and Roy Watkins, "By Airs. Alice Rothhammer yule for an extended visit. g'L' iRL:
,, 8:00: p. m. You are invited to Mrs, Allen Taylor and chil- :
donated by Wally Muhthoer'Keystone S and Robert Menzen, cochairmen -; Melrose
Winners of the
;; share family Prayer time lwitt. iAAAAAAi&&&& &&'&A.j dren of Amherst Mass. are,
Jewelers. of the program committee ,. -----. -- Bridge Club for
''' -- '-' Duplicate
Nineteen members were .. -. : ,, *- r, : : us. A squaie dance was held visiting her parents Col. and last week include the follow- :TRtc GlASS BOTTOM
- present at the meeting on Blood Donors Wanteo' Keystone Rotarians Jnstall. Officers at the Parish House Thurs- Mrs. Ralph A. Stevens, Jr. ing women: First place, Mrs. I I BOATS .
June 5. The following fire *"Would you be willing to ST. ANNK'S EPISCOPAL day night starting plans for Mrs. Albert Kirchner of Albert Bachman and Mrs. E. I .

calls for he month' of May; gif e,ti pint of blood to.'help a I New_ officers, of the Keystone Heights, Rotary Club are. pictured CHURCH KEYSTONE this weekly event. Those who Boston, Mass. recently visited H. Cooper; Second place, Mrs. I :; '

were reported: May 9, fire at little Keystone Heights boy? In top photo as they were installed last Friday night: Rey. ,,,in.W. \V rstau, VLar attend bat cannot square her brother-in-law and sister Alice Ketchum and -Mrs. Restaurant

Camp Montgomery; May 12 The child must have a deli- (from left) Wally Muhlhofer, secretary-treasurer; Myron Pre- Daily: Morning Prayer, 7:00 dance are taught the skills Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. George Phelps; Third place, -

woods fire at Negro settlement cate operationsoon- and vait, president; Lew Muir, vice pride aJn'D: ily' Evening Prayer, '5 A donation of 50 cents for Hooks.Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mrs. Clyde Simpsqn and Mrs. LAWRENCE'S' DINETTE;

; May 13. drowning at he must have 20 pints to his In lower\ photo are the honor giiesti and speakers at the p.m", Sunday, 9:30: 'am.: each person is asked for bene- bell and and son-in-Camp- Raymond C r a b tree: and Good Food Cold Beer

) Gold Head Branch State credit in the blood-bank. If Ladies Night event: (from left) Frank M. Hancock, District ,Holy, Eucharist on 1st and fit of the Melrose High School law, Mr.daughter and Mrs. Herman Fourth place, Mrs. G. M. Allen OPEN SUNDAYS
Park May 16. Woods fire at you are willing to share your Band.. 't j .
; Governor;. Miss Pauline M. Philman Rotary Foundation Fellow 3rd Sundays each month. McGuire and visit- Jr._ and Mrs. Ray Becker
colored settlement; May 17, "stream of life" [it's really Mr. and Mrs. George Aus- sons are ll A. M.To9 P.i M,
1 who has just'returned from Capetown,South. Africa; and. Morning Prayer on 2nd and ing relatives and friends in i Mrs. Mmnie Birt, 87, died
Hanor property woods fire; quite easy] please contact RoberfLangley.. I.I.t 4th Sunday. Litany Serviceon tin and children of Daytona at the 'hom of her daughter, 21 "Keystone Heights
; Past District Governor. Another past District Tennessee.Mrs. j Hy.
May 18, a near drowning at Bud Anthony at Clay Electric, \ 5th Sunday. Evening spent.the weekend with Mr. II : ::: :, .
Governor, Al Nelson, was present but not in any Nettie Mann has returned -""Mrs. THerorx Gue, aturday -
photo. '
his and Mrs. A.
Lake Brooklyn; May 27 phone 2531- or at home, 'I Ibands C. Spires. ; :
Prayer p.m. I to Jacksonville after a i, The deceased .wjas :a Mflros<
"drowning": at Gold .Head :2131. He will see that the A party was given for Bun- .... .-
Stale Park-false alarm. right pa>ty gets the credit for .had a joint canasta- Hager, Mrs.'Charles Hager Jr., yon Kelley,by his,parentsMr.and month's stay at her home -

Chief the blood.Kejutone bridge luncheon, having as and Charles Hager' .nI were -T\11W' .Airs. B. E Kelley Saturday I I
Fox commended Ray 10 a.m. < here.Mrs.
their guests. Mrs. John Him- guests of Paul White and Mrs.I
honor at an informal .
Mann for"re cu wojftc at Lake Woman's, .Club The Mission Board [Vestry] on his 18th birthday. 'I
ble. Mrs. Sarah M Donald
picnic at Peach Street Stalvey of Mullins, S. C. visited '
A Brooklyn near- rowning on Continues Fond Raising 'Mrs. will meet at 8 pjn. Wednesday Swimming, boat racing and
Grace Sitzer and Mrs. Beach in Keystone Heights. j Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spir- :
May Membership Ray The Card- skiing .featured i iuinJzff
18. for Rolling-Dollar 'Mack July 11.Attention wei'fe. for a I IH
Bamford at the canasta ttlte:
Hager and daughter, I es Thursday. I
Mann was approved. play parties are still going is called to the group -of.his'-teen-age friends. i iMr.
Table, wMle Mrs"- Edward Ann, rare from Jack of Lake '
Orange Park Jacoby Crystal
I Slim Garner, Herb Nelson strong, the following hostesses fact' thatw during the sum-I and Mrs. Ross- Bass
Hussey and Mrs. A. F.
Crosby while Mrs. Hager Jr., and son arid Ill. spent a few days here
the children of Bunnell
entertaining guests
and Larry LaMee. Jr. were mer, dailymorning prayer spent
played bridge with the host- Charlie are from Atlanta, Ga. with his wife and children
placed on the inactive list 6f past week: Mrs. Julius Han- will be at 7 sum. the weekend with their parents -

members. Larry ,has enteredthe son, the club president entertained esses.' same ,Th ladies brought" lunches Barbecue A Success land Mrs. C. L.,Bass! last week. : INtrFLORI
.. The day, Mrs. Hazel anft'th&e wWe&red'to I ,, went Mrs. Gus Cicen is home after .
membersand r and ,and Mrs. J. V. !
t Marines. three club Members "of the Civil Air Mr. Slade.
McKay, Mrs. Eloise Cook, and swimming. Those whS enj red !, a stay in Alachua Gen-
Installation Banquet their husbands at a cook- PatrolfJqUadron'the CAP Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence .
Mrs. Helen Brust were guests the"'afterribbn 'included -AM'Charles \ 1!i eral Hospital. I
Held Rotary out last Thursday evening: Thompson of Gainesville vis- : D
By '? Cadets wish to thankall their
of Mrs..Helen Egan. On'Friday -
&r. rand Mrs. Azzie Williams Tolford, Mrs. Dan Pa- fted Mi'. .and Mrs. GlynnJUJthhannirer I ''Mrs. Frances Lym and son, '
Last Friday night the Keystone ) June 29, "Mrs..' Arthur ter friends :who.joined them at .
Heights Rotary club held Mr. and Mrs.. John Karges, Manneri entertained Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. tfierchickebarbecue supper ; ana familySun.dayy -i I J dy"of Denver, Colo who :
g Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs. Sam Gardner -, :
and Mrs. Arthur Mannering,, 1 have been visiting her ,
an Installation Banquet lit the: at CoL Harold Ashley's home"Ashland,1 ,
Cook, Mrs Brust, and Mrs. Few '
t Masonic Hall. It was also ladies' with Mrs. Anna James substituting Sara'Carpenter. Mrs. 'Carpenter -. Mrs. Bill Mrs. Lew *'-Saturday,-June .. 'Debbie McEIveen: and Anne 1 Rev and Mrs. Lee Hea- .ROYAL. ... PALM ..
MuuS Mrs.- Fred
night. Each IWtaryAtu1 L for Mr. Mannering,, is a fecentry-returned1 former 'Mrs. Dick Sunderland J. Mulling Mrs.,I 30_ .About 200 people were I i- 'f I ton, left for home Tuesday. ; j ; J.

ii who was out of town. 'I served at the There New York I :Mr. and Mrs Pat Glisson
\vas, presented a lovely corsage ... Keystoner. Herbert Nelson, ,Mis. George| supper. City has returned Mi.
as a memento of the" 6c; Mrs. Williams' guests were! President Hanson reports. Schaeffer, and Mrs. SthaefI -[ i was. no lain, as there. had home after .a ten-day visit ., and daughter, Melanie visIt- I ,

l&4 ca ,ion. A special visitor. 'Miss i Mrs. Mabel Husbands, Mrs.. that the legal business of the: fer's house guest. Mrs: been _other years, and guestsI .with her friend, Gertrude ed her lather, George Alder- Fully-air-conditioned

1 Pauline M. Philman, Rotary Olive Karges: and Mrs. Nellie: final transfer of deed to the Smolen from Chicago. \I and their children enjoyed Houser during which time she 1 man, in St. Augustine Tues- ; 1TaIItowall

Foundation Fellow from THs Grayson. On Wednesday, June: lot for the' new club house- Summer 'Recreation- Program J JA i the, use of CoJ.: Ashley's private saw all her old friends in Keystone '! day..Mr I '% carpeting

I trict 694 told of her stay in: 27, Mrs. Karges and Mrs. Hus- proceeding nicely. The clear- Summer Recreat --Program j J lakes for fishing, swim- I Heights, having been a 1 and Mrs. C. L. Bass I II Free TV, phones .

; ming an$ boating. The youn- I former resident. Miss Caugheyis I held k family reunion at their *
ing of the lot, and first spadeof will be c dUcted from i Swimming p the I ger children 'marve ed at the a cousin of Mrs. :Harold home on Lake Swan Sunday. ,
very near future. Oth !
1:30 till 3:30 '
: : p.m. on Tuesday, Excellent restaurant next door
Keystone Radfe -. TV: Service building plans and commit- Wednesday, Thursday, and 1 turkeys, ducks, geese, and other Lawrence. I Miss Charlotte Addison is
: .
f i appointments for the 1962- Friday afternoons :This -will j peculiar-looking fowl that Miss Barbara Crane arrived visiting in Jacksonville with ,' *! Golf eourse'1\eur."i" l ." ,. -

63' "Woman's Club Year will be for boys' ,and girls, ages ., ran about the area of the in Keystone Heights from I her cousin, Miss Sharon Hen- credit'cards'honored ,

be 'headline news shortly. 10 through 17. parking lot. If 'r iu missed it Portage, Pa, on June 24, for derson. t ,i .... -- _.*' 4
Mrs.Hanson fl this year, be sure to come a visit with her friend Lar-:
all friends
urges All 'those interested willmeet : Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
AND MODELS, {REASONABLE, CHARGES "*ahd thembers to keep posted, at the Tennis*Court-in next year. raine Dey, and the rest. ;,of Cason I II 1250, Cleveland St. (State GO)

> tulbcs Tested .Free and jcfcntinue the fine spirit Keystone City'Park'on Friday I .- We liked the 'military look the Dey family.:.Lirraine and I -
tL "of cooperation so the new -July 6, at 1:30 p.m. 'Coaches 11 I df the cadets in' their uniforms Barbara? were friends .when !Keystone. Restaurant :

1 Phone 4395 Keystone Heights CrUD'Tioiise will be a real vital Jim Steam and ,Millie.....Jo and helmets.They the Deye were:; livinfc in Port- dinners Lunches Sand I II p

part of the 'community. Bond of the 'Clay :'County stood at their 'posts like the age.. '.' *. v "' I 1 idte1j

.STARKE; RESJDTS. t 1' CALL COLLECT- Eastern Star. News Schools will be in charge- -guards at Buckingham Pal-< > Word has been received Complete Food Service i ii

Located 1 Block I East, :of )Keystone;; State Bank Your correspondent regrets Duplicate, Results 'ice- absolutel3c"ded :pin." that Mrs. Lueretja Albrecht, To lake Out i i FIEEI ..

BILI/fltSKE: DAVID GUNTER that the 'time element in the On Triday, June 29, Mrs.' Personals I .:ta former Fe Lake resident: Little s n. Open 7 A. SI.-8 P3I.- : I. ...."..J sa_.."' ''' .
'the an .
for and
news, June 23
Worthy Alice Ketchum. and "Mrs. Hel Harold and Helen Law., : Closed Tut"sdayI ......... \
.. Grand Matron- Mrs. LeotaProsser's Club member, has recovered :N&II" _
en Phelps tied with.Mrs. Ethel I
rence were da'mesvilie'Saturday from her illness of last Btwn. Standard & Gulf Station .. I .
_ '.4 School of Instruction Graham and Mrs. Lucile Davie May | (
__ night celebrating their Keystone Heights I .. ,
II ,
is in 'j I '
\ was "oinrhitted last week, and living Jacksonville. I fa. ;;
for first place at the weekly wedding
a n n iversary. We ,
-c having not: "been reported. play of the Keystone Heights "would like to congratulate Friends wishing to write to I,, : ___:_ ___ -__ _I.- l- "- ; _
I % heror perhaps visit her !I
There were many dignitaries -
Duplicate Bridge Club. :Mrs.'I'them on attaining 31 years of
including both present: and l Exa Mannering and Mr Anna -:tedded bliss 'on July 1. will find her at 2545 Riverside :

'past Grand and District officers < James were second highr: 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smolen Ave.We KEYSTONE flEIGfiTSMELROSE
and members attending while Louis 'Kyle and Albert. leIt. also hear that the Hab-
'Friday morning for :
'lL I the meeting Grand officers Bachmann held third "place"honors. I tour of South Florida before a erstrohs will' be 'returning

i attending were Worthy Grand \ It you 'are a bridge I around the nth or 12th of '
returning to their home hi
.: 1I Matron Mrs Leota Prosser; 'enthusiast, why 'not join the 'Chicago. They this month from their summer BUSINESS DIRECTORY _
were guests of
1 Worthy Grand Patron, Louis : Duplicate. Club every Friday Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer -. trip (o, the ,north. _

Kent; Worthy Grand Chap- at 7:3D p.m. when they' fluid for two days. Mrs.-Smolenis .- Arthur Mannering. has been,
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lain. :Mrs. Lois Kent;*Worthy {their regular weekly sess'ioh at Mr. Schaeffer's cousin. visiting in Chicago the 'for-'
: I Grand Electa Mrs. Frances St.'Williams.-Recreation Hall' "Miss Elizabeth Caughey of mer home of the Mannerings. NURSERY James H. McEa hem

,.Keisling; Worthy Grand Teas-' There is also a morning session _
-- Edna WilliamsFLORlSTl'URSF.RY Clemens
NurseryOver I Realtor
I urer, Mrs. Mary Laura Johnson at* 10 a.m.' on- Wednesdays :i -. ;:- -' I
I ; and Worthy Grand Instructor at the same l location. 600 Varitlea of JLot WIIITK
r District 18;'Mrs. El. CHURCH NEWS FLOWERSFor Shrubs TeeN -, Uouseplants' on SAND LAKE _
t Ila All Oceaston Citrus & Azaleas 2250. Also lots and homes 8n
Gay, who also served at News from St. William's n Palms other lakes.JContact .
the organ. Past Worthy Grand Uelrose Phone OR 5-2331 Hiway 100 at Hilkrest
I :B.oys who serve SundayMasses" i tANTEI'
Ii Matron 3> Miles East of
Airs. Verna Brice, for July will be &s : /z
I: and Past Worthy Grand Patron i INSURANCE; I Keystone Heights
.foUowsJuly; 1, Lee Sutton : Edna Martin AssociMe.f .
I: Vincent Brice. were' also and'G'eofge Allen July 8. D'a-$ !
aL- I honored guests. Members'from : i ; Murrhee Insurance 'URSERY STOCK I'I I JAMES II. aicEACHERN
vid Schaeffer and Herbert '
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I Starke, Ocala Hawthorn\ elson Jr., July 15. Jimny| I I Agency Azaleas 50c & opS' I Keystone Heights, Fla. __ ___
Jacksonville \Va1do, and Green '
: Fo and! John Allen: July/22. General InsuranceFire to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 ea.!

-Ji 1 I Cove Springs were present, Lee. Sutton, and-Oeorge. ,ARea f ; X-TIES :SAWN OR HEWN Casualty Bonds Landscaping Material Available]I
making a total registration. of July 29; Datid Schaeffer and Allied Unei See Our Plants Before You Buy Iis.
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71.FoUowin the- School:of 'Instruction ': ',"Herbert.:-. Nelson. -- t Keystone Heights, 2731 0. C. Carnes Nursery!; E. McKay, RealtorI

I Let's Work It Out TOGETHER! litas served Program a fine, Ihe luncheon.Estrel- Masses-At \he''Tuesday.which are, morning'"at !'8:00 KKRtjWOOD & PINE !:r When It Comes To I Florahome, 684-46S&- j I I I I !Front Property. Ifetratand

o'clock Lee Sutton : will Acreage.
If you' hare a. buslrjes..problem, .it is quite likely I l On Wednesday evening, serve July- 3; David Schaeffer, ', I INSURANCEGO FIRST CLASS! 'i PACKAGE STORE ::1
that will find the soundest solution right here in June ;27. a -TasteSupper was :
you bank.Perhaps held at the Masonic Hall for "JuVie! ; .JunmjrFoi.-JuTy 17; Goo4ipsQuickPqy) I Geo. E. LaRue 'I Shaughnessy'aPACKAGE Keystone Heights-Ph. M71Winifred ___
this members and Herbie Nelson, Jr.,, July ,
and their friends. It
Keystone Heights STOlE ,
yowtan profitably use added funds. to ex- 24. !
was sponsored the OES Agt For
pn4t4e.; $byouareioii.oninven! Please remember the White .
t << in tt.alf i ur act Elephant Thrift in Melrose I _
f9ti tjro! t J1 : ; Means Committee Officers Shop LAKE CITY JENNINGS HOMERVILLE I HomeOwnersAutomobile I Keystone Melrose Highway

u \! cevajrna I :} ln ;to,! prog. sponsoring.. sam. Mr Pnyfiis; and donate? kn your unwanted - f Fire I Also
ress. I /JtYoSSf3'n: .ur.!.'. vii... 1I anbr"iI : "' ,Te-1isables.: Oil! you Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nite 'Blue Pine Package Store t Bar I; .

The Loan Department of this bank will welcomethe r Mrs. Helen Kennedy, .naI' hav'metthig"b! 'Value to ; Call For Specifications .And iJetalls..s' .... : RL 100. .South., i Reg. Real Estate Broker
I sell the Thrift Shop will takeit .. .. ,I MILLWORK 1 -, I '
opportunity to.arrange a mutually satisfactory Mrs. Ronnie Handerbergh as- ., '- ''\ "; c, ',. ,I I IF
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plan to"* financial needs. Come on l in andlet's I sisted. According to all reports on consignment, reserving J5iM5looTfliifi : ', 'Keystone !REAL "ESTATE I Lf.ko Raacbu Properties.. \ Acreage .

work togetherlTHE : I these .Taste ? Suppers -25 'per cent"of the'selling : : r F t. Busines City _
it out *
Vice'fof tie Shop. : I Home
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I to-gethers. The Committee arranged St. Anne'.i Episcopal W'OOD' CABINETS DOORS 0. J., 'Pete O'Connor I"We Take.A Personal Intare
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EYTQNEJATE BANK :, it so that is was a The. evening' branch of _the I In YourMMwayr Rf I'
)family-night: affair'Informal / Episcopal Church Women will WINDOW FRAMESSCREEN'S REALTOR"

I M3IER F.DJ.C. r' Picnic meet Tuesday, July 10at PRESERVING COMPANY REAL Keystone Height .

A Friendly hank uTA Friendly Community" Ir'f ) On 'Thursday afternoon, '7:3&: p-nt: The regular meetingof ; :: iXK cfry ''FLoiuD Trim 1bterl.W' ESTATE, Mro'Ihlcay

the Church Women will be' iii7J Sub Made To Order MORTGAGES 21 8aa4a ..
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neth -Elixson and several oth- .I lovely housewarming for Mr Camper. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlMAXVILLE nsrrrs nrsrrsss._nt- is not much place anywherefor you. owners.
this 14th dieT of
This notice stall be })ubsb.ed'once Dated June.
ers enjoyed a fish fry Friday I and Mrs. O- E. Crosby at their Karen Lee and Marsha WITH YOUR a low grade product.CP each week for four consecutive AJX 191 at BUrka Bradford

night at the home of Mr. and last week at 52-48 SugarcaneThis weeks in the BRADFORD County. Florida.
Bayless Hiway home, on Westmoreland St. Mosley spent COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated Mi it 7-5
Mrs, Newman. Thursday night of last week. MYF Camp at Leesburg.This COUNTY AGENT is not sugarcane sea- this 26 day of June.
I Mr. and, Mrs. Floyd Crosby son, but you just ask Clyde 196%.
About week the Misses Teddy Bryan NOTICE
.60 guests called during
took their'son' .Pfc. Marshall Cone Brooker Freddie Wat- NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVFN'
i the evening. Mr. and Mrs. and Karen Lee. George Smith ---- --- ; Clerk of the Circuit Court.
........... .. ... ,Crosby to Jacksonville Tuesday Crosby received many nice and Larry King are attending4H .I AA terson Heilbronn; Lucian By: Marian L. Crosby Clerk.SE.U to that engage the undersigned in business,under desiring en>-

night to_ return to his Conner Prison Farm; and Deputy fictitious name of "WHITF-
Club Camp on Cherry ( ,-
CHURCH NEWS gifts. Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. Bell-Waters EngagementMr. HEAD BROTHERS", at P ,.
base in Fort Benning. Ga. Aubrey Moore, Starke. about LEX GREEN.
Bayless, Hiway Church will Brown were assisted by Mrs. Lake. and ,Mrs. Franklin Bell Attorney, Box lOS, Starke. Florida (11"2!
He had spent ten days with At The Churches this,new syrup variety.I Colley Road) intend to register
observe the Fred Haislop, Mrs. Marcus Starke. Florida
Lord's Supper announce the engagement of the said name with the Clerk
Sunday night at the regular his parents. Conner, Mrs. J. H. Spence Grace Methodist: Church their daughter Frances:'to r| saw Clyde Cone's from the 6-28 4t 719NOTICE of the Circuit Court of Brad
Larry Hugh Crosby of School 9:45 a.m. Morning highway and I have seen the ford County. "FloridaL. .
church services. and Misses Linda and Diane John Waters son of Mrs. OF INTENTION TO K. WHITEHEAD
Zephyrhills s p e nt several Prison Farms and Mr. Moore'splanting. !
The business meeting will Soence. Refreshments of cake Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Dorothy Waters of Maxville. -- I REGISTER FICTITIOUS I. MAITLAND WHITEHEAD
days with his father. William Worship. 8 MYF each Each is planted beside NAME 6-21 4t 7-12
be held Wednesday night and punch were served. p.m. The marriage will be eventof I
last left an Notice is hereby given that
Crosby week. He their regular variety. In
July 11. All members of the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday 8 p.m.- early fall. Miss Bell grad- the undersigned, under the pro-
Sunday for the Army. ; each case the CP 52-48 isj i I visions of Chapter 20,953, Laws NOTICE
church are urged to be Pete Newsome Sunday were First Baptist: Sunday uated from the Baldwin High
present Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews about one-third taller and.I of Florida. Acts of 1941, will NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
for this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Newsome School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship School. class of 1962. Mr. Wa- ,i register with the Clerk of the that the undersigned, desiringto
and family are enjoying a twice as many stalks as the i.I Circuit Court. In and for Brad1 engage in business under the
Personals and children of New River 11 ajn. Training Union school 1
ters attended in Max- : ford
ten-day vacation with his bro- old variety. The true test will County Florida, upon receipt fictitious name of "BEAt'TlPLEATT
Friends of Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy New- 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8 p. ville and Baldwin and is now By G. T. Huggins ,I of proof of publication of at Route 1, Box 27.,
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. come this fall when it is grin this notice the fictitious name Starke Florida, intend to reg.
Paul Downey of Greenwood,! and Mrs. Doyle Crews and I some and son, Stevie, of St. m. Prayer Meeting each Wed-' employed by the City of Jack- ding and cooking time. of A.B.C.L.&L. Co., under whichI ister .the said name with the

S. C. were happy to see them Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Le- nesday, 8 pm. sonville.Mr. Eugene CrosbyBrooker I am engaged in business at Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
family of Baltimore, Md. They [ Our folks are mighty good j i 369 Temple Ave.. Starke Florida.H. County. Florida.
Sunday afternoon. They are will visit Washington D.C before land Beadenbaugh and Miss and Mrs. William Junior This has been a good grow-I! about trying new variety Mark .Thomas Box 16S, SONIA SMITH
visiting relatives and, friends Ruby Beadenbaugh of Hampton YTTTYYYTTTYTTTTTTT'. Mosley, are the proud ing season for most crops but I. i; Starke, Fla., and Kirby S. Smith. TED M. SMITH
returning home. crops when they are released Rt. 1 .Hiway 100. Starke, Fla. 6-21 if --
here for few Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonald watermelons have fooled 1,3SEWING
several -
a days. parents of a baby daughter, I
Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman by the Experiment Station.We .
and son, Jimmy, of HAMPTONBy Becky Faye born Tuesday of our growers. ,!
Mrs.Richardson and.daughter attended the wrestling matches don't want to go all-out NOTICE
Geneva of Reidsville N. at the Coliseum in Jacksonville Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred June 26 in St. Vincent's Hospital Number of days had passed, with a new product but we I'. Notice is hereby given that the following described lands
Ivey and Mrs. Marvin Jacksonville. size and looks seemed all will be sold at Public Auction at 12:00 o'clock noon, on the 6th
C. are visiting Mrs. Richard last Thursday night.Mr. Airs. D. E. HillAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA don't want to be slow about' day of July, A.D., 1962, at the City Hall City of Starke. County -
son's son and daughter-in- and Mrs Raymond Johnson and daughter of Oc- We regret; that Mrs. Kyle right but still several growers trying it in our county. of Bradford State of Florid, to pay the amount due for
ala. had melons turned down taxes herein set ppposite the together with, all costs it
law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rich- this Cannon is ill and wish her a by same
Crosby are spending
I Last faire tried the new such sale and advertising:
ardson, for a few days. week in :Miami with her bro- speedy. recovery. the inspector.
Carl Brown
Mr. and Mrs. I Climax and I
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY variety peas they 1 Lot in NW&! of
Miss Gloria Crosby is visitIng -. Glad to learn that Edward Eugene has some little secrets -
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and their daughter and her did well for fall planting.Now SW'4 as Desc in
Edenfield has returned home that pays off in producing Deed Bk
relatives and friends In and Mrs. Ernest Massey. 70 PG
husband of arriv-
Mississippi have the F-22 tobacco
we new -
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watermelon. Several
Jacksonville this week. from Daniel Memorial Hospi- a good -
Mrs. Marie Elixson spent ed last weekend for a visit and the sugar cane. Xat Williams SID 22 t 22 John & AnnieWilliams
folks in Starke found, '
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor part of. last week with her here with Mr. Brown's son tal and seems to be improving Pete WainwrightLawteyIn 4 05
this out last week when he E 46 FtofLots
By Enxa Blanchard right along. %
of Jacksonville were Sat- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and daughler-in-law 'Mr. and 1, 3ofBlklSEx -.
brought in Ford either running his straw- ,
Mrs. Prances Adams, Mrs. a passenger
urday night guests of her parents and ,Mrs. Bobby Crosby and AAAALAAAAAAA&AAA.AAAAJ Mrs. Kenneth Brown and S2OFt&ExRIW| -
Florence Parrish and Edward carload. This did not take berry patch over or is goingto in origr town of --, _' -
Mr. and Mrs. Lois New- baby in Gainesville.
family. Starke I.,. Canova 141 55
Mrs. JH.. Spence and The Methodist Sunday and Elaine Edenfield drove to many when they weighed make runners in the mid- ,. '1 t *\- .
man. Lot of Blk IS in "
daughter, Diane, spent Wednesday School Picnic will be held at i Mr. and Mrs. Odis Loman Blackshear Ga. last Tuesdayfor about 35 pounds each. I believe I dles or both because he sure : L T & Cos S/D :Hetta" !Harmoa 4 $6WS6FtofLot
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and family of South Carolinaare I has them cleaned out and
night and Strickland's Landing on a visit with Rufus and about everybody he let 1 s
and Buie Crosby of Jack- Thursday visiting here with her look at them had to looking good. His patch was &WFtofN% .: ":
Kingsley Lake, Thursday July James Owens and! their fam buy one '
with Mrs. Spence's parents .
of Lot 9 of Blk 19 .
sonville dinner : -
Sunday ,
were } parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. two on plastic and he has not pul- 1745
19, in the afternoon. All will or or three. None of in Temples Add \Jt k.Be1
Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
guests of her parents. Mr. and ilies.Mr. '
basket Everyone Brown. Gene's turned down. led the plastic off. I haven't Blk3ExlLotInNW '>:
They accompanied home join in a supper. and Mrs. Calvin Owens was '-
Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Mr. were 100' N -;
by MiSs Linda Spence who is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Waters and Mrs. Doris Mangrum of Aubrey l\loore-Starke talked to Pete but you would Sby5S'E&W cor & .

and Mrs. Lois,Newman extended to Mr. and of Jacksonville think his strawberry field is Marian D Long U 17
will spend the summer with Sympathy is daughters Marietta were dinner guestsof Brought m a Dome each of in Dowling S/D ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Don New them. and Mrs.M. L. Turner In the formerly of High Springs visited Mrs. Florence Parrish last strawberry syrup and cane in the prime picking season. Lot 7 of Blk 2 But-

man. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman death of their son, Wayne. here last Friday with Sunday. syrup last week. Also a jar No Cost-AU Profit ler Crt SID Charles W. glade 47!S5
Thomas, Mr. and 'Mrs. Kirby have recently completed a Among those attending the Rev. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy.On We are glad to report that i I of strawberry preserves. About I That is the deal when you Tract SID: A Ex of E Westpine 180 Ft J, W, "Thomas- 14 !;5

Thomas---- Mr. and Mrs.'__ _Ken-_ new addition to their home. funeral in Bonifay Sundaywere Thursday guests at the Mrs. R. V. Duurrance has returned -I all I can say is that I don't SOIL TEST. There Is no cost Tract A of Westpine _

L : '--, They are both enjoying their Rev. L. T. Howe Mrs. McElroy home were Rev. and home from a Starke I I believe it can be beat in appearance for getting the test made. If I Com SD| at Ex NE E 180'cor of 29 8 22 J.:W.,. Thomas- 1I.n

vacation this week. Howe and children, Miss Eli- Mrs. Cecil Lundy of High hospital and seems to be Improving and quality. you need a liming material NW% of SEtt run -

WILLIAMSJEWELRY I zabeth Terry and H. C. Kelly. Springs, right along.A you will profit by getting bet- I W 420 Ft.S315 -
Mrs. Leah Brown of Jack- Really would be something Ft for FOB W "., .. "
sonville spent the weekend Out-of-town visitors at the 1 Overnight visitors at the P. good crowd from the Max- great to have a Strawberry ter results from your fertilizer. 54Ft.SIOSFt E39Ft to W ,-, ,"

I' with Mrs. E. L. Crawford. First Baptist Church Sundaywere P. Lott home on Sunday last ville Baptist Training Union I I Products Plant right here in If you do not need it, you R/W of RD 200. 5 .- .

'I Tfiey. were visiting Mrs. Rosa Mr. and Mrs. Curtis week were Mr. and Mrs. Sy- attended a barbecue at the' our County. A product like j will have taken the guess out N along W R/W

Crawford Macclenny Sun- Vest of Burlington, N.C. nate Durham and baby of home of Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Mr. Moore's could advertise i and be able to blame some- Ft 163.4 to POB Ft W. US 32 6 22 L. Anne Humes 6 5J

REPAIRS I day. Mrs. Dorothy Terrell of Albany Lakeland.Mr. Taggart in Middleburg Satur- Bradford County all over the thing else if you don't make a MERRILL EDWARDS,

WATCHKS-DIAMONDS Ga. is visiting her son Paul Babyar day night. VS. good crop. A SOIL TEST does Tax Collector
ing of New Jersey: were visit- and Mrs.
I not COST- June 14 4t July 5 City of Starke, Florida
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris IT PAYS!
All Work GuaranteedA. have recently moved into the "
i Stressing "quality Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brown-
I Mrs. Jack Terrell. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and
C. Williams farm home just east of High- Moore that it takes the
ing parents Mr. and says
Sympathy is extended to J. children and Mrs. Dan Par- ,
Mrs. Williard way 221, near the Russell Wil- best strawberries to turn out ,
142 W. Call St. Browning Sun- M. Griffis and family in the rish enjoyed a delicious barbe- THE RIGHT POINT for the'
hams farm. quality syrup, jam, etc. There Appliance -- Radio .. Television
Starke Fla. day.Mrs. death of their son Marian. cue supper with Mr. and Mrs. way you write. Come in and

... W. H. Brown and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Rep. and Mrs. J. C. MeAl- D. J. Parrish and family at select your favorite ESTER-

Joe Dyer were hostesses at aThat's attended Elizabeth Baptist hany of Reedsville S. C. were their home Lake .
; on Kingsley BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
guests here at theJ. J i the message. This service was
Church in Jacksonville Sun- overnight last Thursday night. GRAPH. SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained
W. Horne home on Tues- also remarkable in the fact i
day. Mr. Rafuse is associate Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas -
Our Business"If evening last week. They that a grown man. W. C. Grif-
GLASS pastor of this church. day drove to Roanoke, Ala. last i
It's Glass We Have It" Rev. Jarvis was supply pas- made the trip to bring Mrs.J. weekend for a visit with Mrs.Thomas' fis, who is practically para- IX CIRCUIT COURT DEFEND, BRAD- Experts In Each Dept.FOR .
lyzed and has to have
CALL WRITE VISIT f Northside Baptist mother.
or tor 0 IX CHANCERY.I I
walk and his
with her son-in-law and sister. Mrs.
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S Church Sunday.Mr. here Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson andMrs. John C. Davis I
Geneva Stewart, were baptized Plaintiff.vs. .
and Mrs. Gene Douglasof daughter.Mr. Ed Harris and childrenof QUICK Gay's
together. They are Mrs. Case No. 13-115
GLASS CO. Miami spent the week with and Mrs. E. F. Hawesof Jacksonville visited Mrs. J. and Ann Alene Davis DEPENDABLESERVICE
Harry Baxley's children, I'
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter. Des Moines, ia. visited here C. Nolan and family last Defendant,
this is the first time she has NOTICE TO APPEARTo
: (NOT INC.) Mrs. Susie Norman of Jack- Sunday with Mrs. Florrie Tuesday: a uL: they all enjoyedan had two* of hers baptized on : Ann Alene Davis, whose''II, J71jj Home

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." sonville is visiting Mrs. Lula Belle Brown. outing at Kingsley Lake. the same day. KNOWN.residence! and address 'Is UN I CALL

\Ve Design Modern Store Fronts Norman. Mrs. Thornton Hartley and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and her I You are hereby notified that ,I
--- -- ". Well, we wonder what hit a suit for divorce has been filed -.
S Just Mail Us A Pattern For Mrs. S. D. Andrews and baby of Gainesville visited brother, DeWitt Staatz of Vera -[ _our Sunday School last Sun- against you in the above 964-7511
Table Tops children were visiting the W. Sunday afternoon with Mr. Beach, are visiting in Pen- named Court and cause and you'' AppliancesAUTHORIZED
day morning at ?
Highland are required to serve a copy of
Wattersori. sacola this week with relativ
and Mrs. K. B.
Moore family Sunday.On
1313; N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353 F. We just had 54 present but your answer or pleading the
r- Satuurdayat complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
MBMHHHMHBHfllHHMHVHvpHHBHMBBBMBBHHHi H B H Saturday afternoon Ce- Overnight guests es.Harold 45 of these were 100 per cent Lex Green, Starke, FlorIda DEALERS FOR
of Baxley
-MfcMMMKWMM H M BMMHMi MiMBHM M M cil Atkinson visited his aunt the D. E. Hill home were members.'The Junior Boys and and file the original in the

Miss Enza Blanchard and an- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Girls tied for the banner with I office of he Clsrk of the Circuit Maytag Frigidaire .. Zenith
SERV'ICEPHONE Ed Wilkinson and family. I Court on or before the 30
other aunt, Miss Arthurine and childien of Bradenton grades of 100. You can't beat 1 day of July. 1962: otherwise the I
964.2600 Blanchard, who happened to enroute on a vacation trip to The Maxville Baptists attended that! allegations of said Complaint I.. GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
I will be taken confessed I
a study course in as by..
DeWitt C. be spending the weekend with Michigan.Mr. i
Jones Funeral Home __
Training Union Work all of --" ,- -'---- --"' -- -t -oJ1
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director her sister. and Mrs. J. D. Peyton last week conducted by Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo>> Basford and family were Sunday visitors -, I

Starke, Fla. and Ovid Denmark of Jack- at the D. W. Swindell R. L. Taggart. BUSINESS

RENTALSERVICES sonville attended Northside home here. ,YYTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT' ::-1- AREA DIRECTORY

Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Baptist Church and were Miss Sara Rucker of Atlanta -

greeted by friends and rela- Ga. visited here for several CLAY HILLBy .

tives. days this week with Mr.
J -
SHOP ANYWHEREFOR On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Slade at
Oscar Carter and Mr. and Hampton Lake.

NEW OR USED Mrs. Richard: Carter and Price Starr, son of Mr. and 1 VOLKSWAGENSales .
Johnson & Paris
daughter left for a vacationof Mrs. Roy Starr, left Sunday Hull's Brake Supply Service Parts Sewing Machine
We will have
a guest speaker -
Then Come See Us! several weeks. They will last week for Kansas City Mo. at the Highland Church fcBRAKE SPECIALISTS" Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Inc.Complete .

I spend a few days at Hot to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. P. next Sunday night- a young For Every Car 01Truck SEEDSPLANTS Line of Service Co.

WLL MATCH\ ANY DEAL I Springs, Ark. From there Starr and daughter, Pat. He man from Macclenny. Let'sall Turning Grinding Reining FR 2-S5S2 -
they will tour different points will also visit in Sioux City New Home Wtft
I turn out and encourage While You Wait 10SO E. University Ave. Pet
of the Ohio I
interest including Springfield ,
Iowa and Neechi
UNIVERSITY I him as he is just starting out Plan
CHEVROLETYour I World's Fair at Seattle, before returning home. 1111 S. Slain Gainesville GainesvilleB 'We Rent Fertilizer )l'e&del'l'
I in the ministry. Sales & Service
i Wash.. and will visit friends and Mrs. Charles FIt 2-9829 224 N. W.. jtth Ave. I
Mr. of next week is
Authorized Dealer i Thursday & G Motors Co. Repair On AU Make
in Canada. They will make
and children FB 2U7SGainesville.
Brotherhood WMU meeting
and -
215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE CADILL.OLDS310BILE 815 W. Univ. Ave., GainwvW.'
i the trip in their Travel Coach Air
\ Tenth Anniversary AUTO RADIATORS
I II II in the Highland Church. F85 HILLMANSales Fla.
I Show at Cecil Field Saturday.Rev. Everyone is urged to attend. 376-1975
and Service
Carl Clarkeare Bell Norman entered Butler's Radiator HI-FI STEREO
and Mrs. May 1 1
_ _ 2001 N. W. IStfa Bt 441
the parents of a daughter the hospital Sunday night for I FR 6.7515
Charlotte Ann born Pri x-rays on Monday. She has! Service Top Tunes

day June 29. in Alachua Gen- been having trouble with her Most Modem Cores In Stock DODGE LANCER "The Biggest Little Record

eral Hospital. Rev. Clarke is stomach and it is feared she Repairs All cars Truck SOICA Shop in the South" The Helzel Co.

pastor of Hampton Christian I might have ulcers. National Trailer Rental Sales Parts Service ..1 FH-FI Stereo Component Dealer S ROOFING

- 1__ Church. I. Edwin Chism of, St. George 519 S. W. 4th Ave., Gaine.lVi1le.FR2O96 USED CARS TOO Pilot Harraan Harden S SHEET METAL

Funeral services were held Ga. is spending the week with Poole-Gable Motors :KLH Fairchild Garrard C AIR CONDITIONING

Monday at Melrose for Mrs. John Norman in Highland. 119 S. E. 1st. An. Gainesville 511 W. Union Ave. Gainesville No Job Too Large Or Too fimaH

Minnie Baxter Birt, 87, who The Black Creek Associational AUTO SALES & SERVICE FR24343Automatic FR 2-2728 202 8. ... 4th St GabesviUt

r. at the home of Quarterly meeting will -
died Saturday LADIES WEAR FR 2-1191
her daughter Mrs. Theron be held July 13 at the Clay IMPERIAL CHETSLEB Transmissions l ,

Que in Jacksonville. Mrs. Birt Hill Church. Everyone invited. PLYMOUTH VALIANT Cherry's HMHBBM MBHaMMMHMMKl

was the aunt of Mrs. Florrie Sunday night we had Mr.Kejlum Authorized Sales Part ONE DAY SERVICE VACUUM CLEANERS
I(Gainesville's Moat Fashionable
Belle Brown and great-aunt of a member of the Service ALL MAKES REPAIR

E. L. Birt and George Birt Christian Church from near AND EXCHANGE Address For Ladies 1
of Hampton. Roanoke. va. with us in services Gator Automatic All Hake Of Vacuwas

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mosh- at Highland Church. He Co. ACCESSORIES "u' It Needs Repairs

I er-left Sunday morning to'return is spending the week with a Transmission ServiceINC. 105 W. University, Gainesville Bring In To Kirby'

to Matamoras 1%. after sister who operated a motel FR %-%5112M MOVER NEW & USED VACUUMS

making the trip to Florida for near Starke. N. Main, Gainesville 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.) Authorized Kirby Distributor

.. the Conklin-Smith wedding We have finally got our Junior Used Can S12 N. MalaFB Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 Gainesville

: Friday night. Mrs. A. G. Lewis Boys and Girls and the '-3<<11 CONCRETE Kirby

_ _ __, of Calicoon. N. Y.. who Primaries'separated in the Junior PRODUCTS Mayflower

came to Hampton with them Union. Bell Rosier Is In LINCOLN MERCURY INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Sales & Service

is remaining" for a few weeks' charge of the Primaries. COMET: FIAT METCOB, CONCRETE PRODUCTS LOCAB AND LONG

our bank wS transact no business on that Wednes! visit with'Mr. and Mrs. Mil The Clay Hill Church call Authorized Salts Senrlc-. ARE THE BEST FROM DISTANCE MOVING IX S. W. lit Gabuftvffl

ton Mosher and family. Storage AM Crating FB 8-'Utl'
ed their pastor Sunday night Parts Edwards Building
day. American during the holiday
Kay evay pause Rev. w. P. McElroy was for the next year. Rev. M. T. Trained Meeluudes G1 Gainesville FB 6-1224

": to count f&9 blessings of American liberty* d toreafflna guest speaker at Antioch Baptist Knight '{Clarence] was call Used Can Supply, Inc.

--: I Church near LaCrosse ed back to serve. Congratulations 726 8. Main FR 2-4844 MUSIC SUPPLIES WELDINGUniversal

'i dedication to the ideal that made them, Sunday. In his absence. H. H. Barkley Motors Gainesville. l!&. -a

ibj., Mott was guest speaker here We did not, get; to attend 615 N. Mala. Gataasvffla ELECTRIC MOTORS Lillian's Music Store

at Hampton Baptist Church. the' baptismal services Sunday Welding

Wayne Matchett of Long afternoon but 'we have Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor "Gainende Leader

Island. New York, left Monday i been told that It was one of Since 1S33KRAKAVER CompanyPipe

FLORIDA I after a visit here with his the most impressive servicesof LABS ANGUA Repair Co. WINTEB-

parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. this kind that the folks ENGLISH FORD'IERCEDE OF GAINESVILLE INC. CABLE jDolumnj Steel Fabriea

.. I Matchett. He drove to St. ,had witnessed. Clay Hill BENZ VOLV) COMPLETE ELECTRIC: PIANOS PUNORGAN8 Uon Steel Repair Track

; Petersburg Wednesday of last Church had'five candidatesfor Authorized'Sales .ft Service MOTOR .CHORD ORGANS -$1M 37 Bodies Italian

= -T-:: week, and his sister Mrs. baptism and Highlands "Complete Service far *11Make" AT.T AND SZRVIC3'Vt&trfbutor Guitars Drumn Sheet ,.SPECIALDESIGN

Don Pearson returned to Church ha4 four The Clay of MUSIC :_ .. "Oraame&tai.; *ee-' Irea Work

One Of 30 Banks Q.| The Florida National Gro up 8 :Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Hampton for the weekend Hill pastor;RevVKnight: conducted 506 ZL!: University Are. New Lincoln Motors Budget 519 S. Main GainuvUl
with the Matchetts. I the service and Rev. FR 2-4251 FB 2-8318 FR 6-5931

Ch1m1 iHighlandJ: delivered I- OeiytUoa Ha. 1030 8. Mala. GfJneIT1DI 112 8. B. Pint, 0amen1J1t -"_, FB ..nil a- ....


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