Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 12, 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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F r have been placed against a
Starke Negro, Clarence Chest-

nut, 22, according to the Brad-
II office after he I Louie Lee Wainwrightson
ford sherilf's ,
I L a.. : shot another Negro three times 77 More 1iles of Mr and Mrs. Truby

: IM11 iiar leaving him in critical con- Y Wainwright of Lawtey,
dition.In 4Y ,
r kfr : the University of Flor- Of U. S.To S. 301 v was named Monday by the
ci'b Cabinet
t I 9tx ida Medical Center with three State to succeedH

{ bullet wounds from a .22 cal- I a G. Cochran, Jr., who recently -

4r iber pistol which puncturedhis Be 4-Laned resigned as directorof
spleen, gall bladder, and trLouie
liver, is George Davis, 38, of v Florida's prison system.
k. _____ ----- Starke. Sheriff P. D. Reddish An additional I The appointment will be
77 miles of :
t r i iI I "Living on the land" starts early as the "men in the green berets" pre- said Monday that Chestnut four-laninj on four of Flor-i i effective Monday, July 16.

pare to butcher one of four land gophers found on the Bidding/ reservation. shot Davis in front Brownlee of Iola ida's heaviest-traveled arter- The year-Old., Wainwright
Little's Place on ;
... G .4 xSk Besides gopher stew, they have already been, sampling wild berries, cacti, Street about'2:10' Saturday afternoon ial highways will be put under !, is a native of.Lawtey, and has
various roots and even a few snakes in preparation for their "survival" contract in the next 12
firing five times but been with the State Prison administration -
Y lem starting Saturday. Holding gopher is Sgt Donald Wilkison of Lawteynow hitting Davis with only three months, according Saturday to an from announcement I for 10 years, serving -

( living in Jacksonville), supply sergeant for the 13th
special forces. shots. Tallahassee.This i the past five years as superintendent -
Weilding the knife is Sgt Jack Keefe. According to the sheriff, will be a continuationof of the Avon Park

r Chestnut called Davis outside the Correctional Institution.
____ __ Bryant administration'sfouryear
n.n n rX14 Little's and shot him with a program to four- Wainwright graduated from
In spite of rigorous training schedule there's always time for a little pistol acquired in Jacksonville lane as many miles as funds I I Bradford High School in 1942
horseplay around barracks Sgt. Albert C. Welch of Gainesville is seen us- Saturday morning. He claimed permit of major highways I Lee Wainwright and served as an Aviation Radioman -
ing that Davis had been telling criss-crossing the state. I in the U. S. Navy dur-
razor-sharp matchete to put finishing touches to )Capt. E. D. Rabham's 44 people that he [Chestnut] The priority four-laning ing World War II. Soon after

"Yul Brynner" haircut. Pvt. Jesse M. Green of Webster, and Pvtt Herbert would not pay his debts. program for this fiscal year I:Kelly Makes Up his discharge from the service

L. Jones of Sarasota. await their turn In the "barber chair." Chestnut hid under a churchin includes 17.6 miles of U.s. 301 he joined the Gainesville police

Reno all Saturday after- from the Clay-Duval County $9,000 Deficit department, where he remainedfor
"Men In The Green Berets" noon after running from the line at Maxville, extending five years. After that he

shooting, throwing the pistolin north to U.S. 90 at Baldwin; j I I With Own FundsState was employed as a clerk in the

Alligator Creek, and then and two connecting projects I I Identification Bureau, and later -
changing clothes at a friend's from the AlachuaBradfordline as chief correctional officer -
13th Forces Ready r home. He was picked up on southward to State Road Auditor Bryan Willis at the prison. He went to

__ r' '; Keller Street in Reno at approximately 26 in Alachua County. Approx- reported this week that a the new Avon Park prison in

; 9 o'clock Saturday imate cost of these segmentswill i $9,000 deficit in the accountsof I April of 1957 as assistant superintendent -
; x night as he was trying to be $1.6 million. I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly I being promotedto

For Big Jump M ; S catch a ride to Jacksonville.He When these projects are has been made up from personal -: superintendent two months

t' is in Bradford County completed, all of 301 betweenthe funds. ,later.
v Jail charged with assault with Georgia-Florida line and Cochran said he was resit..
Army Reservists of the 13th Spe- intent to murder with no bond Citra will be four-laned except The shortage was uncovered ing to enter "a new field" i
to bring out "ddfomed flyers" trapped in a previous audit, Willis Florida. He said he would join
cial Forces Group, Stationed at set.Fair. segments totaling about
P behind them. It said and was corrected together Florida Care, Inc. firm affiliated -
Camp Blanding for two weeks' sum- 31 miles from Baldwin northto a
mer duty, are now in the final phases, In carrying out Operation Alligator ; DirectorsTo Callahan, and from SR 2J records-keeping with some discrepancies procedures. in with Brailey Odhamand
u the 13th Special-Forces Group ; KJ in Alachua.County, south ;o Associates.
of preparation for "Operation Alli Meet Friday Willis said there had been
will have the support (an,MP com- the four-laned segment, north As Director of the Florid
gator" an extensive field problem pany Melbourne, a Medical Detachmentfr'dm"MIami of citraNow ., c .I some improvement in bopk-I Division of*Corrections., Wainwright -
scheduled to start Saturday -,.>*; from 'The Board of"Directors: of the + :fe ping methods but there will iUvesupervisien, nt
100 in progress is the woijk
; men
Bradford County Fair Association still were some records that
all prisons ro.l! 1
Main event of this first-of-its-kind the Control Group of the IV of four-laning portions of 391 state prison
Corps, were not being kept in accor- "
will meet at 8 p. m. Friday, and Inspection of ja1i.s
from Starke south to the Al camps,
operation for reservists will be the the Florida Air National Guard, the --- ._ I dance with legal requirements.In .
July 13, in the court room of achua County line and and prisons.. He and his w. *
mass parachute drop scheduled for 76th Troop Carrier Squadron (Air, All Special Forces personnel are required- be-expert, in some area ana the courthouse.The through Clay County from a report of the Board of and their three children w. I

10 a. m. Saturday morning at the Force Reserve) from Homestead, and here Lt. William Towler using M-Sgt. Jack'Graham'as a.guinea pig demon- Highland to Maxville.or County Commissioners Willis reside in Tallahassee.

Keystone Airport. Commander of the about 20 U S. Navy Reservists. strates how to disarm an enemy soldier in hand-to-hand combat. Lookingon noted that the financial con-

13th Special Forces: Group, Col. All Special Forces men are para- ((I-r) are M-Sgt. Gene Marshall.Lt. John McCune, and Lt.. Ed Adams. ? Poisoning Of In dition of the county and was Prisoner Caught
Dogs HamptonLast "poor" and the road '
Henry J. Wolfs, civilian troopers to begin with, but they have in hand-to-
says per- Lt. Towler, though a banker in civilian life, is a specialist bridge fund over-spent. Ac- After EscapeOn
sonnel are welcome to view the drop. alofl> volunteered for even tougher hand combat and demolitions. cording to the auditor the

A similar drop will take place in the training with the "men of the green Month Is Still Mysterytime. commission's records were be-' Bread,Truck,

Ocala National Forest at the same berets." Reservists selected for Spe- ing properly kept but expen-
A 24-year-old Negro pri.sonI
cial Forces duty must meet rigid ditures were not held within -
time.Major I Gerald ( ) Brown
inmate Hops
: General George A. Carver: standards, undergo rigorous train- mystery of 14 dogs, belonging five years ago" when "fiveor I resources and the county's
commanding general of the 4th U. ing, and serve on a volunteer basis. to residents of Hamp six dogs were poisoned." finances were "continually de- I from Miami, serving- a life sen-
ton, maliciously tence, used a bread truck to regain -
poisoned a The situation further clining.
S. Army Corps with Headquarters at But they receive no extra pay except was
his freedom for an
that month ago still remains un- confused last week when the The audit covered the fiscal
Birmingham, Ala. arrived at which they qualify as parachutists .r 35 minutes
Camp x solved, according to the Brad- Hampton city council met and year ending September 30, and Monday.
Blanding at 11 a. m. Thursday to : f ford County Sheriff's office. asked all dog owners to come 1961, according to County But Brown's scheme of hiding
inspect the 13th Special Forces US Army Special Forces Groups -1 t Strychnine behind racks in the bread truck
Group ; x r poison is being to discuss the situation. Only Clerk Charles Darby. He also
before they embark upon the week are specially trained and organizedto -4 ; put in hamburger meat, biscuits three owners showed up, however said that since that time the and riding away from prison

long field problem Saturday. train or assist native forces in ;i. or chicken, Sheriff P. when the word got financial condition of the .life failed when he was seen

Techniques to be stressed duringthe foreign countries to prevent or eliminate 1 : D. Reddish reported, and plac- around that the poisonings county has improved consId- dropping from the truck to

extensive hostile ,resistance and guerilla 9 ed in the dog's pen or near were the council's method of I erably ana that virtually all I.take cover under a bridge near
problem will be survival groups. They have already :been used where is it easily reached. getting rid of the dogs. county agencies appear to be the prison on the Bradford
training, land navigation, com- "Somebody in this town is side, according to
"The it
extensively in Laos and Viet Nam ?f4 E 1x I way got started, staying within their budgetsnow.
munications, guerilla warfare techniques and stand liable to- get hurt from all Wadsworth explained, "it that I Starke Police Chief William F.
parachute drops of personneland ready for deployment any- this," L. G: Johns, Hampton someone heard us discussing 'I Rosser who participated in recapturing -

supplies, demolition, and raids where else they might be needed. t : resident who has lost four dogs at a previous meeting and President the prisoner. Brown's

and ambushes, Colonel Wolfs stated. Another primary mission of Spe- aR dogs three of them registered thought we wanted to do away' Rotary escape was made at 3:10 p. m.

The Army maintains Reserve Spe- cial Forces in time of war 'is to interdict pit bull dogs. Johns said with them. Actually, we were Outlines Plans Monday and he was again in

cial Forces units throughout the six enemy lines of communica- _$ i ,_ Wednesday that the three just trying to arrange to have For Coming YearCol. custody at 4:45 p. m. after be-
Army Area Commands. Their mis- tions. Interdiction is designed to pre- bull dogs, all puppies, were all the town vaccinatedfor ing chased down by blood

sion is to operate behind enemy vent or hinder by any means, enemy poisoned in a shed back of his rabies." I James A. Griffin, new hounds less than two hours la-

lines in time of war in order to use of an area or route. It is the / home where his son, two- Since the meeting which no president of the Starke Rotary ter.
cumulative years-old, and his daughter, one attended, however, there'has I committee According to information received -
train, supply and direct guerilla effort of numerous smaller Club, announced appointments -
three, play. been no further investigation \ and outlined hispro91"am by the Bradford County
operations in support of more con- offensive operations such as raids Johns also remembers an- into the matter by anyi i of activities for the Sheriffs office, Brown is serv-

ventional military operations against ambushes, mining, and sniping. Other Five "men in the green berets," members .of the 13th special Forces other time "three or four years one in Hampton. Deputies new year at the regular lun- ing a life sentence for armed

the enemy. In the field problem next missions include military operations Group from Winston-Salem, North (Carolina. use a map to exchange "looks"at ago," when a rash of dog poisoning from the sheriff's office are cheon meeting Wednesday. robbery plus eight years for

week the Special Forces group of aimed at destruction of enemy military Camp Blanding. All members of Detachment 4, Company B, they are occurred. But Johns i investigating the incidents, but Concluding the program wasa recieving and aiding in the

450 reservists, or ."men in the green supplies and evasion and es- (I-r): Lt. Ed Adams, M-Sgt.; Jack Graham, M-Sgt. Gene Marshall, Lt. John says, people have found poison I so far have announced no re- recorded speech by the new consumption of 'stolen propertyfrom

berets," will infiltrate "enemy" lines [Continued on Page Six] McCune, and Lt. William Towler. put out since that time, butt sults. president of Rotary Interna- Dade and Broward Coun
-- does-not kill the dog every According to Councilman ties.

Hallie Seymour Prisoner Returned [Continued on Page Six] tional.
Play Under Way In Golf Tourney "A person would have to bea
WANTED: Wins Position From CaliforniaPlay little warped to do such a

I thing" Johns, who operates a
On AIIStarTeam is underway 'in the Willis and Jack Hazen;
Clothes For I BradfordCounty man, layer farm, says, "It worries
.11 II I Summer Handicap ,at the Firth and S. G. Denmark; 26 return- I i
Conner was
you because they may keep on Tobacco
Hallie Seymour star punterand Country Adams and Paul Canova
Starke Golf and
here from Los Angeles,
Thrift ShopEspebially'Boys having success with dogs until
end on last year's undefeated reportedin A. Bishop and Vernon ;
Club with the greens, Monday July 2, af- they on other animalsor -
((11-0) Tornado grid squad good condition for the J. D. Seymour and Steve
he had jumped a $2,000 maybe people." He also expressed -
has been named to play for the match play.Starting mark. ; Michael Sheppard
: on two whiskey charges. great concern about ;
Men's 'and North in the annual state high 32 the Ben Moxley; Neal Lyon made Time
Baby's All-Star with players f P. D. Reddish the danger to his children who
school North-South David Siliox.Terwillegar.
.all-male' roster ;will vie in 16 to shed in which
Univer- day automobile trip play in the same
Will pick .if youcall game August 4 at -r -
up matches, The winners will
the dogs were poisoned. .a1f
.- back Conner who is r
/ sity of Florida. I .
then move into the championship Is Several Hampton reisdents
964-5243 or 964-0555 The lanky 170-pounder who the loser with the manufacture I
I flight, with I labeled the poisonings 'A dan- Is
i I?, i**-. ... caught 30 passes last year seven -: forming a third flight. Win- New President whiskey and pos gerous thing-a young child : p y, 8ix
Sponsored IJy of which went for touchdowns ners will be re-matched with of a moonshine still I will pick up anything and putit
i i will be used both at end the I
other- winners "
Of still apparatus. in his mouth.
.Junior Woman's Club and to kick: Regarded as one next two weeks "UntU'acham- Country
J of the best punters in the state, pion has been named. 6)A warrant has also been According to Johns, several Happy
the out, and
threw poison .
Y !he averaged 46 yards per kick Paired for opening round Clyde B. Terwillegar by Truby Slade I 1 some saw the poison thrownin

I 1.last year. i I play were: Bish Bishop_ and local Ford dealer was Conner ,for lar their yards.
1 This Space Contributed Seymour is also a standout M. H. Sheppard; Jimmie Mey- President of the Starke of automobile Sheriff can"always .
"You have sus-
and Country Club at a Time
trackman in his specialtieSthehigh ers and Flip Graham: Mike Slade claims
says. '
else I
but it's something
He of. the Board of picions
hurdles and high jump. Willis and Marlon Elder; Gil
Weekly to Publicize at the Garden ; stole his car to drive to prove them." Johns said I
set a new state record of 6 feet Newcomb and L. H. Outlaw: ,
4H inches in the state track Richard Hobbs and Jim Chas- Friday. Other officers I.I California when he jumped shlking.his. head. '

Community Events by ,May. teen; Joe Johnson and Curl to serve were: Bill Epps, the sheriff said. Hampton City Councilman

The state North-South All- Malone;,Bobby McRae and Bill] president, Charles S sheriff left Starke SUn- I G. P. Wadsworth placed the Marshall H. Parrish, young tobacco grower who lives near Scout Hole Bridge, and his

The CommunityState r!I Star game each year pits the Epps; Hal Seymour and Bill secretary; and Curtis ,.June 24. and returned on i number of dogs poisoned at 14, wife, Alma, seemed pleased with string of Florida, 22 tobacco, ready to fo into the

;best high school players from I Graham. I treasurer. 2. Conner is now although other residents saidit raring barn. Parrish has 5.5 acres of"leaf and says he Is well pleased, go far, With the new
Bank the northern part of the state Also paired in first round I Directors to serve the was as,Wadsworth variety. Tobacco harvesting time is a time for smiles, for the cash sill soon be rolling la
the south: Terwillegar ing include: Dr. I held in the* county jail people saw the car which
the best from Clyde year
against play are: I I' from a crop that is price supported and al ways profitable fw the power.I .
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s Mrs. Marion Moyer has returned Mr. and Mrs.. Tyler Jones Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mit- Misses Ana and Marie de I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Casey I of Avon Park; one son Carl
from a three weeks attended the Container Corp- chell and children of Braden- Arce are visiting their aunt ton and son of Orlando were and family were visiting in T. Edwards: Gainesville; a

#. tour of the west. oration picnic at Fernandina ton were last Friday and Sat- Mrs. Warren Webb, in Memphis Sunday visitors of Dr. and Tampa last week. 1 brother, Wesley Crews. Glen
11 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bern- Beach on the Fourth urday guests of Dr. and Mi's. Tenn. this month. I Mrs. A. J. Barry. i Ben Saxon and Ed Nieber- ,
St. Mary; and one sister. Mrs
". hart of Orlando were Saturday The Ewell Lawsons, H. A. H. H. 'Mams. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Had- ger of U. of F. were weekend

guests of Mr. and Mrs: P. Lawson, Henry Lawsons, and Tom li ng of FSU was home Miss Madge Middleton have sock and twins, and Mr. and ,: guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Leila Mae Hyatt Crystal Ri

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-051 W.. Strickland. Guy Dyals had a barbecue for the weekend. been visiting Mrs. E. L. Mid- Mrs. M. F. Chitty of Lakeland. Denmark. The Denmarks also ver.
llr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams supper at the M. L. Lawsons Mr. and MW.! K. T..Duncan I dleton in Melbourne this week. Ga. spent the Fourth with have as guests for two weeks : Funeral services were held
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and children spent J last on the Fourth. and children of West Point, J Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent Mayor and Mrs. Randal Chit- Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter at 2:30 Tuesday in the
1 Ann Price of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan week at Daytona Beach. They Mrs. B. A. Pope .Jr. and Ga.. will arrive Sunday for. a the weekend with Mrs. Jetty j I Miss Sue Morris of Pom- i p.m.

is visiting her uncle and aunt and son. Harold, of Ovieda will attend the Mizell family children of Norfolk. Va. arrived week's visit with his parents, Hazen in Gainesville. ty.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson -' pano Beach.Services. I Lawtey Baptist. Church witn

= "MK; and Mrs. -Fred Snell this were weekend guests of Mrs. reunion at Folkston Ga. on W e d n e s day for. a Mr.! ,and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and son. Kelly of Gaines- Ii i Rev. Tommy Howe officiating

week. Carrie Ritch' and Miss Annie Sunday. month's visit with her, mother : !- _. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mrs. C. H. Register visit- ville were Sunday visitors of Held Burial was in the family plot
HJr.: and Mrs. Jim Ritch arevacationing Darby. They were joined oil Diane Yawn was admittedto Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, at visited Mrs., Alta Ashurst in ed relatives in Lakeland Au- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. I in Santa Fe Cemetery neal

for two weeks in Sunday by Mrs. Thelma Men- Baptist Memorial Hospitalon Kingsley Lake. Jane Guy of t\ Cocoa from Thursday to Sun- burndale and Winter Haven Marion Faulk and Linda For Mrs. Edwards, I Hampton under the directionof

the Carolinas and .Washington doza and Miss Gloria Johnsof Monday for observationand Gainesville is also spending' over the weekend. Chasteen of Jacksonville were Or'LawteyMrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
D. day.Mr.
C. I
Jacksonville. \ treatment. I the summer with her grand- arid Mrs. George Hug- Misses Jean Mundy and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Maxie
e Diana and ,Gayr*Davis. of Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- .I Mrs. H .K. Tyus is visiting ![ mother, ,Mrs. AdkirisT:. gins' and daughter Sandra, Dotie Pheiler of Miami spent Carter Sr. last week. The- Carters I' Leona Crews Edwards Home.Active pallbearers were V

<< Blackshear. Ga. spent last .gomery and family spent last her son and daughter-in-law Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long visited Harry Rockwood in the weekend with Mrs. W. B. also had as guests on the i 61, of Lawtey, died in the R. Ferguson Dave Shuf ord, L

week with their grandmother week at their home on the Lt. and Mrs. Kenneth Tyus, and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vin- the Lake City VA Hospital Mundy.Mr. Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Donald University of Florida Medical Rafuse, James Waters. Arthur
: Mrs. Daisy ..Ferryman,-, Suwannee, River near Mayo. at the Argentia Naval Base ; ing returned last Thursday Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Neal Lyon Gromer, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. : Center Saturday after an extended P. Pearce, and James Wain
Mr. and Mrs.' Ben Rowland Mrs. Gladys Weldon and in Newfoundland for several from a month's trip throughthe Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kazarin -I! and family were vacationing Brumbaugh, and Capt. and' illness.

: ,Visited their daughter and daughter Martha spent Thurs- West, going through 22 of brlaridb' spent Sunday at Daytona Beach last week. Mrs. C. B. Starling and fam- I Mrs. Edwards was born in wright.

family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight day to Tuesday with Mr. and days.Mrs.. Fred Jenkins and sons states. They visited the with Mrs: Kazarin's parents, Patty Lyon was the guest of ily of Jacksonville. Saturday I I Lawtey on Dec. 22, 1900; her

: Marshall at Apalachicola over Mrs. Chester McCubbin in Mi- of Ocala are visiting her mother World's Fair in Seattle. Wash., Sen. and Mrs."Charley Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellinor visitors were Mr. and Mrs. W. parents were the late Louvelleand
.. the. weekend. ami.Mr. Mrs. Clyde Colson, this San Francisco, and Juarez Miss Margaret Duncan is while there. R. Mathis of Gainesville. I Lillian Sapp Crews. She ATHLETE'SHOW :
Mr. and"Mrs. W. R. Royster and Mrs. C. L. Scholl week. Mexico. spending 'the summer at the Sen. Charley Johns is on a Clinton Coulter of Talla- : was a member of the Lawtey "ltaat-cJrrtsr'T TO TREAT t1i-+L You ltd *.

,: and family of Jacksonville spent last week with their ,Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitchellof Misses. Charlene Hardy Do- Cape, South Yarmouth, Mass. business trip to New Orleans hassee was the weekend guestof : Baptist Church. Apply Uk bold t. cfceck; iteUBff.! taramf, fat
a were Fourth'of July guests of daughter and family. Mr. and Tuesday Mart and E. L. Mat- miauUf. Tfc a ta ,S to I dr ttck
Lakeland Humphries Mrs.
were lores Hardy and Pat i Mrs. Moody La. from Tuesday to Friday. Mr. and Surviving are three daughters 'infected skin ,l Iourk .If. W Ufc kttltkf
: Mr. and, Mrs.' Drew Reddish. Mrs. E. M. C. Quimby in luncheon guests of Mrs. J. M. are' vacationing this weekat daughter 'Barbara, 'of Green Jamie Worley of Warner thews and family. I Hildreth of skin replace it. U rot pl..Md IN ONR
: Billy "Royster remained with Richmond Va. Mitchell.Mr. i Wednes- R. Kite visited Mrs. Mrs. Herbert HOUR, your 48i back at say drag
Crescent Beach. Cove Springs were visiting Robbins, Ga. spent Mrs. J. I NOW tALL
Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Bryant ( *
the1 Reddish1 family' until Sun: Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Tatumof and Mrs. L. G. Crewsof Mrs. 'Earl Fountain has returned Mrs.' W.. H. Hart and'. family day to Saturday with Mr. and Elliott Yelvington at Hastingsover I Tucker of Fernandina; Beach: DRUG STORES
d. Jacksonville were Tuesday Venus, and Terry Kelly of to her home in Biloxi' on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Claude Crowson. The the weekend. I
: Mr. and Mrs. J. E; Hardy visitors of Mrs. Lucile Davis! Lake Placid were recent visi- Miss after three weeks' visitwith and. Mrs. George FlynnJr. Crowsons also had as Sunday Mike Chitty spent the past I and Mrs. Louie L. Wainwright

e and family will go to Atlanta Bill Smith an employee of tors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester her mother Mrs. R. A. and family spent Saturdayto guests, Mr. and ,Mrs. Fred two weeks at Camp Challange.the j'

: this weekend to l pick up 'their ,the Cities Service Petroleum Crews and daughter, Carolyn. Thomas.. Wednesday with, -hev: /parents Sumner of Charlotte, N. C. Easter Seal camp at Sor- Television
: daughter ''Janet.,arid'Harriet Corporation in Bogata, Columbia Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mat- Miss Judy Broughton has I Mr?f.and ,Mr ". R. ,5. (Mc-. Drew Groover of Gaines- rento. Appliance .w Radio
1 Harper who have spent; the South America spent hews will spend the weekend been added to the Dr. P. G.' Ateer,,'in Tampa: ville .spending. this week Tommy Dyal was visiting
week at the majorette camp last week with his parents, with Sen. and Mrs. E- W. Mat- Felos office staff. Miss Jackie Hagar of Gainesville with Mark Hamilton. friends at Tarpon Springs over -

al Emory University. Mr.,and Mrs..L. F. Smith Sr. hews at Cordele, Ga. Cookie Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gif-- -was the overnight Gert Krynauw of Sasolberg. the weekend. SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained !
and Mrs. Glen Conner
Mr. Mathews who has spent the hooly and family and Miss guest Monday of Miss Barbara Republic of 'South Africaan Attending camp this weekat
moved to Orlando Wednesday.
week: at the majorette camp Kay Garbett were guests of Green at the McKinney. a- exchange student at U. of F. Chris-
and Mrs. B. M. Myrickand the Silver Springs
e. a Mr. family of Gainesville are at Emory University will join Father John Wang at the U.of partments.Mrs. was the weekend guest of Mr. tian Church conference Experts In Each Dept.

$>leei renting the Conner house at her family there. F.: on Sunday.Mr. Henrietta Hunt of and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. grounds are Ann Savage, Tom-

746 South WestmorelandStreet. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph J. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- !1 Starke and son, Bernard Huntof SP-4 and Mrs. Randall Da- my Newman, I> J. Kite, Lar-
Morrison and children of New wards spent Saturday and the weekend Mass. FOR QUICK Gay'S
Mr. Myrick is employed Bonifay_ spent 1 vis of Fort Devins, Ayre ry Williams Ronnie Tomlin- (
at 'the State Prison. .I York and Texas are visiting Sunday in Sneeds with Mr. \ with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin are spending 18 days leave son Danny Griffis, Dewayne DEPENDABLESERVICE
and Lambert his parents. Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Jerome Edwards.' Hunt in St. Augustine.Mr. I with their parents, Mr. and Jordan Gary Hamilton and
Anne Henry i
: HEARING of New Pork Richey are visit- Henry G. Morrison and famIly They brought' home their son, I and Mrs. Charles Har- Mrs. H. K. Davis and Mr. and I' Emory Prevatt.Mr. 1 H
GLASSES for several days. Also visiting Stephen, who spent the past I E. Thornton. CALL orne
Mrs. E. ,
attended the
'. ing Mr. and Mrs. John C. I dy and family and Mrs. D. C. Lake
the Morrisons are Ray- week with his brother and ;
,'\ WR 2ay Green at Camp Blanding this Mattox family reunion at I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chas- and children of Atlanta and II
St. Paul,
... .;reatJaetweigbt Coiclo)% ,week. mond Morrison of I I family. I Strickland's Landing on Sun-' tain and son, Tommy, visited ;: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Earles of 964-7511
a Sde the fxCitkag Minn. for several days and W. E. Fan- AppliancesAUTHORIZED
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Rainis day. Heath in Fort Lau-
.. ; Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Waycross were Sunday after-
George Ala. I
M A B C.Q 'and three daughters of Wor- of Lees- cher of Birmingham 'j Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. J. R. derdale over the Fourth- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Virgil
spent the weekend, with his
-- Chester .Mass! were overnight. Wednesday evening. Brabham and Mrs. Jim Blood- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Noegel I J. P. Dill. DEALERS FOR
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on -Mrs. Fancher.Mr
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Mr. K. C.'PaulkA guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. G. W. Lamar of Quincy mother I worth are attending the Meth- and son, Stevie, and David I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cocomisewere 0
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: Laboratory Trained I E. W. Hayes. is spending several weeks and Mrs. Charles Fow- odist Children's'Workers Conference I Dyal of Hampton spent last in Chicago Ill the past Maytag Frigidaire --
Mr.. and Mrs. Felix Uzzell ler of Winter Park, .were visit- in Lakeland from week in West and Daytona friends and
Hearing Aid Consultant from' with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.Mr. I Key two weeks visiting
Ii and sons, and Mrs. R. C. Weaver ing her mother Mrs. R. A. Tuesday to Thursday. Beach. relatives. 'I -
and Mrs. W. S. Haas
I Thomas, over the weekend.
: MAICO HEARING Sr. of Sebring were over-
night guests Sunday of Mrs. and family spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. L. F. SmithJr.
with her parents, Mr. and
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Mrs. H. H. Joiner Sr., at Win-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cajkaof their-home in Florala, Ala.
Jacksonville 2, Fla. will be in ter Garden. Sandra Haas remained -
Wakeman, Ohio and Mrs. after a week's visit with her
Starke Thursday.. July 19, atKoch's Joseph Cajka of Lakewood with her grandparentsfor mother, Mrs. Lucile Davis.

I Ohio were guests last week. the week. Mrs. Smith spent last Wednesday -
: Drug Store.I of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas. Mrs. H. H. Adams and Eve and Thursday withMrs.

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;U'i' Nichols-Carter Wesleyan Guild. Dr. Bill Pair ayTo I Mrs. Stokes, 72 'Three f InjuredAs Car! Check Set '!Rabies Clinic

Rehearsal Party Sets Prayer Services Held :This Saturday ;{I Schedule Set
Practice Here I Semi Hits j
.L Held ThursdayDonald Breakfast SundayThe Ij j Last SaturdayFuneral By Jaycees I Rabies clinics will be held

I Dr. James W. Patray who ;, \Rear I Of Auto : I' in the County as follows:
Ih'h Carter and Miss i Wesleyan Service Guild'' has just completed one year of services were held t I The Starke Jaycees will con

1ai Janet Nichols were honoredat i will hold its annual Prayer internship and one year of'' Saturday July 7, for Mrs. I duct:! an auto safety check this At Hampton on Saturday I
i GLADYS MOOTY PHQNE S64-0651 I' Three occupants of a 1960 Saturday from 9 a. m. to 5 p.: July 14, 10 ajn. to 12 noon.
a dinner party last Thurs-j breakfast Sunday: morning at I III residency at the J. Hillis Mil Mayhaley Batten Stokes, 72,
I I day evening given by his pa-I! 8:30: in the Methodist'' Fellowship ler Health Center in Gaines- : who died July 5 in the Brad- Ford sedan were not injured !'m. in front of the radford. At Lawtey, Saturday. july

11 j (Theresa Thomas rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Car II hail vi-cceding Sunday.! ville, will open offices 'at 118 i, ford County Hospital.Mrs. ; seriously when their car was County High School The public .'.:, 21, 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

ter at Noegel's 301 Restaurant I School. Miss Madge Middle- S- Thompson St. in Starke : Stokes had been a rammed in the rear by a semi- is asked to cooperate by. All persons are urged to
!Bride-Elect Life chairman, trailer and truck while stop- driving by for a free check bring their pets for inoculation
following their wedding ton Spiritual about the middle of August. I resident of Starke for the 1

1 Honored At Shower rehearsal.The is in charge of the program.- Before entering medical )I j past seven years and was a : ped at the traffic at Pratt and Po-: during these hours. : at this time.

I attractively appointed school at the University of j member of the Air Park Bap- Orange- Streets Monday.

Mrs. Gary E. Hildebran dining table was centered First Baptist Florida Dr. Patray was a'' tist Church. She was born in: lice Chief William F. Rosser I

WbpyLinda I Mrs. Ben Mizell and Miss Elaine with an arrangement of colorful member of the Bradford High Broxton Georgia on March 8,. said.Driver
Circles Meet Raymond
Colson gave a delightful zinnias. During the din- \ School: faculty and has been a 1890 the daughter of Dan F. of the car

i'' I kitchen and recipe shower ner the honored couple presented For Supper long-time resident of Starke.'';! and Polly Ann Stevens Bat-i O. Hiddleson 60; his wife
Minnie 45, and son, Jean, 13,
their wedding attend- '!1I ten.
Tuesday night July 3, at the He received his medical degree I
were' all treated at the Brad-
home of the latter on'Center i ents with personal gifts. Members of the Annie Armstrong I as a member of the first classto Survivors include her husband -:

Street, honoring Miss Theresa The 22 guests included Ethel Biggs, Lorene I I be graduated from the new. Henry B. Stokes of: ford County Hospital and re-

'I Thomas bride-elect. members o fthe wedding par- Epperson, and Lottie Moon I; UP College of Medicine in'' Starke; four step-daughters: '' leased. All three were shakenup

Arrangements of summer ty and the immediate famil- Circles of the First Baptist'! 1960. Dr. Patray will conduct a Mrs. Faye Johnson Gainesville in the crash which broke
loose the front seat of the
flowers were used in decorat ies. Church WMS met at the lake I general practice here but has ; Mrs. Lorrie Roberts: RESTAURANTSunday
I car and which possibly sav-
ing .points of interest for the home of Mrs. Myldred Cuttino done extra work and has a Starke; Mrs. Thelma Polk,'

j occasion. The lace covered refreshment Kay Christmas, Tuesday night for a covered -j special interest in pediatrics. Brooker and :Mrs. Nellie Rosser ed them said.from serious injury Special $1.35

table was centered dish supper. J Duckworth, Jacksonville; four ,
Dr. Patray is married to the
Bill Dockstader Driver art owner of the
with a crystal punch bowl set All circle leaders were pres-r i former Jo Ann Howard- of I step-sons: Harold Mortesen, ; truck, Robert Gerald Barfielf Southern Fried Chicken

in a bed of. greenery and flo- Engagement Told ent, along with 29 members Lake City, and they have two Jacksonville; Henry B. Stokes : 38 of Lakeland, was charged Calfs Liver, Saute Onions
from the four groups. The de-'' Jr., Texas City, Texas; Elmer
children Briar Ann 2 2. and
rets.Appropriate with failure to have his vehicle Fried Filet Fish Steak
games were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christ- votional was given by Mrs., James William HI, 15 months. 1: Stokes, Gainesville, and Sgt.
under control and caus- Round Roast of Beef
I played durin gthe evening and mas announce the approaching Russell Norman, who also presented -, They have purchased the for- First Class Earl Stokes Ft.
I ing an accident and fined
1 C Brookins, prizes were awarded to the marriage of their daughter -, the program on Com mer H. B. Ingram home in Benning, Ga..;; a sister, Mrs. VEGETABLES: CHOICE OF TWO

Vernon Parmenter winners. Twenty-four guests Kay to William Arthur I munism.Miss Green Acres Subdivision on Mattie Triest Theressa, and $102.50 in Mayor's Court Mon-

'j enjoyed this lovely affair be- Dockstader, son of Mrs. Bern- Highway 16 [west], where they'' several nephews and nieces. day night. Damage to the Whipped Potatoes Garden Peas

? Engagement Told tween the hours 7:30: to 9:30.: ard Emanuel.The Janet Nichols will reside.Jaycees. Services were held in the truck was estimated at $300 Cole Slaw Buttered Corn

The hostesses were assisted by wedding will be an I Key-McCabe Chapel in Jack- I and $1,000 to the Ford. DESSERT:
Rev and Mrs. Orville Brook- Mrs. Jerry Hicks. event of Friday night, Aug- And Donald Carter :
HoldOrientation sonville with Rev. Lacy Con- According to Chief Rosser. Old Fashioned Bread Pudding, Lemon Sauce Jello,
ins of Hampton announce the The honoree was presentedwith ust 10, at 8 o'clock in the Honored At PartyMr way officiating. Burial was in
,1 I engagement and approaching a divided baking dish First Baptist Church with a Meet the Evergreen Cemetery under I "The trunk of the car was Whipped CreamBEVERAGE

marriage of their daughter from her hostesses as a me- reception following in the, and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe direction of Key-McCabe, smashed up to the rear wind- :

J. Linda Faye to Vernon Franklin mento of the occasion. church recreation hall. entertained at open' house I I Orientation of new mem- Funeral Home. j jI shield like an accordion," Bar- Coffee Or Hot or Cold Tea

I Parmenter son of Mr. and i No invitations are being sent Tuesday evening July 3, honoring bers was the program Tues- i I field claimed he had brake

Mrs. H. F. Parmenter of !Miss Kay Christmas locally but all friends and relatives Miss Janet Nichols arid day night at the'monthly din '---: trouble and could not stop, Chef's Special $1.50
Starke. of the couple are invited Donald Carter. i ner meeting of the Starke': the
.Is Honoree way you writ Come in and the chief stated, but said the
The wedding will be an to attend.Charles Mr. and Mrs. Rowe greeted Jaycees. Fille Mignon

event of Friday August 17, !At Kitchen Shower guests at the door, and stand- Charlie Quick district vice- select your favorite ESTER- brakes were checked and Tossed Green Salad Bowl

at 8 p.m. in the Boatdrain GreenCelebrates ing in the receiving line were president from Madison, gave BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-, found to be functioning prop- Hot Rolls & Butter

Baptist Church. A receptionwill I Miss Kay Christmas, bride- 6th the honored couple and Mrs. the history and purpose of i, GRAPH. erly.

be held immediately after I. elect of August 10, was honored Myrtice Nichols, mother of the Jaycees and explained the I

the ceremony at the !! at a kitchen shower Friday -Birthday SaturdayCharles Miss Nichols. organization of the club on --
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church. night, June 29, given by Mrs. Robert Green invited the local and district levels. ,
Miss Brookins graduated Sara Osborne, Beverly Patterson Green celebratedhis guests into the Florida 'room j Purpose of the Jaycees he j: SUMMER CLEARANCE

I Sara Woodburn, and Kay sixth birthday last Satur- where refreshments were served said, is "Leadership training! ASK ABOUT

t from Bradford County High I Hart at the home 'of the lat day afternoon when his mo- from an attractively'ap- through community service" ,

School in June 1962 and is iter on E. Call Street. ther, Mrs. Herbert Green gavea pointed punch table. The table i and told the new members the!\ OUR OPTION

now employed by Town Finance -. The party rooms were dec- party for him and 14 of his was covered with a handsome i motto of the Jaycees is :: CHARGE

Company in Starke. orated for the occasion with little friends. white cutwork cloth and centered "Young Men of Action."

arrangements of mixed flow- The party rooms of the with an arrangement of I Vern Williams, national director INC PLAN!

;Mr. Parmehter graduatedfrom ers and hydrangeas. The refreshment Green home on Raiford Road mixed summer flowers. All : from Tallahassee also

BHS in 1961 and is now table was centered were gay with summer flow- appointments were of silver. I spoke at the meeting, explain-. 'Your Friendly Store" '

in the U.S. Air Force stationed with an arrangement of pink ers for the occasion. The Miss Patsy Nichols presided at I ing the functioning of the:, Q

at Patrick Air Force Base rosebuds and a bride doll. youngsters played games in the punch bowl, and Miss Jaycees on the state and national -'

near Cocoa. Pink and white cake squares the yard and were served refreshments Gayle Andrews and Miss Char-1 levels. Williams also ,

punch, and chips were served.A of cake, ice cream lene Hardy poured punch ,on gave the local club a resumeof
No invitations are being sent game was played during and candy. the patio. the National' Jaycee Con-

but1 all friends and relatives the evening and Gayle An- Mrs. Green was assisted by An artistic arrangement of I vention held in Las Vegas, d Girl's Dresses

'are invited to.attend. drews won the prize. Mrs. Fred Snell Mrs. J. H. red roses, centered with a f Nevada recently. Doug Blank- 0'0

dTHE The four hostesses and two Fields, Mrs. Jimmy Rowe bride doll, graced the coffee i enship of Geu-gia was elected
I RIGHT POINT for ,the friends presented the honoree and Mrs. R. G. Paterson. table in the living room, and : national president of the Jay- by
other mixed summer arrange- at the convention.The .
I with a portable electric mixer k
way write. Come in and c1kfl: .
in the
I ments were used party Selection of Regular
select your favorite ESTER-i as a memento of the oc- Surprise Shower six new members pre-

BROOK fountain Pen. TELE-' casior rooms. sented at the meeting were Color and Sizes $".98
Given Mr. Taylor The honor guests were presented -
GRAPH. Forty friends attended be- Bob Allen, Frank Durden
tween the hours 7:30: to.9:30.: And Miss LandrumA with a silver butter I Gregory, Art Patray Wayne w o Buy Now For) ack-To.School--Save! AndReg

dish from their hosts as a i Whiffen, and W. M. Smith. t\
memento of the occasion. } $6,98 and UP $5.98
surprise shower was given '
1J Monday afternoon July 2, for Assisting in serving were '
Automobile Hits
Mrs. Eoline Smith Mrs. Alice Now
Linton Taylor and the former, ,
Anderson, Miss Dolores Hardy : .
Miss Frances Landrum at the
FLORIDA and Mrs. Lemuel Williams. Restaurant
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I ;
Seventy-five'guests were invited I
Taylor Sr. in Jacksonville.,
Hostesses were the women of to call between the appointed :3 HospitalizedThree I
1 hours eight to nine II
the Lakeshore Methodist I
I o'clock.
It Church. Pittsburgh Pa.: resi-
-THEATRE- Approximately 40 guests dents were hospitalized here

called during the party hours, Services Held late Sunday when their car

four to six o'clock. Last SundayFor driven by 16-year-old John
; FRI. SAT. JULY 13 14
.4 1 Martin Leonard, left U.S. 301 '
Large Selection
LandrumTaylorRehearsal Mrs. ThorntonMrs. and crashed into the Green BUY NOW FOR Girl's Sandals d I

Party Mildred Bryant Thorn
q Opening Time Friday 6 P. M. Saturday 1 P. M.ACOtUMBIA ton, 16, ofStarke, died in the BackToSchoolSAVE Many Styles and Colors
EveningMr. to heport from
Friday University of Florida Medi- According a
Hats & Hand d
cal Center last Friday morn- Florida Highway Patrol Trooper To Choose from Bags

and Mrs. Linton A. ing after a brief illness. J. M. Hollis, young Martinwas
Taylor Sr. of Jacksonvillewere passing a semi-trailer and '' !l
Mrs. Thornton was born in
hosts at a delightful suddenly another REGULAR $1.98
Bradford County on April 5, truck when .i U
dinner party Friday eveningin car appeared in front of him. PRICE
1946 and was the daughter of
the Pecan Room of'the the late Morris Bryant, and: Headed south, Leonard turned Pair $ .39' /LBOY'S

Garden Restaurant honoring! Mrs. Carrie Bryant Rosier of: left out of the path of the on- i '

*" ,, PICTURES RELEASEeaooucua their son, Linton Taylor Jr. tstarke. coming automobile and endedup

+A and his fiancee Miss Frances Surviving is her husband' three feet inside the rest-
Landrum, following their wed- aurant.
Marion William Thornton; a
t ding rehearsal. son, Marion K. Thornton; I Frank Leonard,.48, and his

Guests were seated at a four brothers Francis, Paul I wife Evelyn 49, parents ._of ;

long U-shaped table which !': Adam, and William Bryant; the driver are still in the'
held a center garland of' Bradford Hospital with .. Gkv
with i' and three sisters, Catherine County
M, greenery interspersed Clar Jean and Tere s s a injuries suffered in the acci- .
I yellow and white pompom:, ;
t J Bryant, all of Starke dent. The father was the most
florets extending down the seriously injured and will be
Funeral services held
lengths of the tables. Center- were for approximately :
ing the main table was an artistic at the graveside in Sapp hospitalized two weeks, according to Hol-i Large Handsome SelectionShort ,
taa frI white Cemetery near Raiford at 2p.m. ,
of Sleeve
arrangement and Sport
five broken ribs
ifs with
Sunday with F..E. Shen- MEN'S
and yellow gladioli and chry- a punctured lung.The mother
1 ehon officiating. Burial was
I santhemums. in fair con- by "Rob Roy"Collegiate
SUN MON. TUES., JULY 15-16.17 During the evening the hon- in the family plot under direction dition was described with multiple as abras- Short. Sleeve Sport Shirts y=' W
of DeWitt C. Jones .
'I. "Sedgefield"
ored couple presented personal Leonard was released ;
Open Sun. 2 P. M. Mon. 6 P. M. -Tues. 3 P. M. gifts to their attendents. Funeral Home of Starke. ions. Young from the hospital after : REGULAR $1.98 Reg. $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98

The 34 guests included Active pallbearers were_ J.1 lacerated'
.... ., '" .. D., Ressie, Alvin and Gerald recovering from a i f
.f \ : members of the wedding par-
.II... I ;>' J ty, members of the immediate Griffis and Jimmie and Bernie i head. I I for $ 2 for $] _

r i 'c1 families and out-of-town Thornton. improper He has been passing charged. and with has:1 2 - $3

: guests.
: been issued a summons to appear -I

,O''T f. Services Held ... before County Judge T.'
: ;: :-=-- J ", Miss Beth Croy, For Gerry Tried A. Yawn on July 26. He and i Ladies FlatsLarge
- : iM6RE6ORY- Edwin Maton III his parents will stay with his ALL GIRLS
/ / grandparents in St Petersburg :: Selection of Styles and Colors
/ /BERGEN Take Wedding Vows until the hearing Trooper ,
PECK Wendell of '
I Gerry Triest son 1 Hollis stated.Tobacco ,
I The marriage of Miss Josie !. Ernest E. and Carlie Mae Hall Swim Suits

_. f rcAFNAs, I Beth Croy daughter of, Mr !! Triest of Theressa died in the I MarketsTo I! t 1.3IU'h i orrs

j and Mrs- Arthur Leslie Croy Teaching Hospital at the Un-
iIrl ma\
1"4Lz lAitll..1\mI\ UWJ'La 1 DmD.nul SIIW1I1Il fill : and Mrs. E. F. Mayton of the:' Monday morning afteran f LADIES DACRON AND
Huge Selection of Styles,
[ State Farm, was solemnized j j extended illness. He'was:: The 1962 Georgia-Florida .

1 at 6 p.m. Saturday in the! born hi Starke on Dec. 24, flue-cured tobacco marketing Cotton Shorts
Parkview Baptist C h u r c h.I'I season has been set to'open : i
'-. WED. THURS. JULY 18-19 1956.Besides .
Gainesville. j ,his parents survivors on Thursday July 26-

Officiating at the double',: include a brother Ernest, $2.98
Starting: Wed. 6 P. M. Thurs. 3 P. M. E. and :; Last year Florida produced P 1/2 PRICE
r ring ceremony was the bride- Triest Jr., a sister. s. REpS
''l groom's father who is chap-I Dora Lea Triest both of more than 25 million poundsof 2 $$4
j M wed CMWft MBCM$ h tobacco which _
ftWLUAMWYLERCHILDREN'S lain at the State Prison. He Theressa. flue-cured

fr.raNEPBURN was assisted by Rev.. V. Miles Funeral services were held sold for an average of 60.45 ,
1h : the at 2'pm. Wednesday in Hope
Patterson pastor for value of
Church. Baptist Church with Rev. Fred cents per pound a. Many Many Other Values During Our Summer Clearance Sale!
!lf ct.AINE. more than $15 million.CORRECTION
Among the attendants were Dodd officiating Interment
aAR NER Jj Miss Harriett Mayton sister'! will follow in the church cemetery -I I

_ .. 4r.ulff&efl t. of the bridegroom, who was a under the direction of.

THE bridesmaid; and Andy May-' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I: The Sweepstakes, Winner of

[ ,;> ,,. \q'1'TtATRE ton, the bridegroom's brother?, Home. the recent Zinnia-Flower Show Shop and Save

I. HOUR tU who was an usher. >; Active pallbearers were J.
the aI I D: 'Griffis, Willard Williams,i t was Mrs R. M. Caddell Instead
.$eautt of t t*nature nature of fc then -tha motlai piton a reca>rmand kr at oAtA+ Following ceremony I I DeWitt Sinclair,
of Mrs.
reception was given at Holiday D. J. Phillips and James (

Inn by the bride's parents.),Breedan. as previously announced 1'1'

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"" t v 'ill fl' ; far Prayer and Sermon [First I Communion.The .
d" ": ._ as down as Cocoa Beach
..' / : I First Slow Pitch will be out to win a trip to :,I Sunday, Holy Communion]. 6 I Rev. Lee W. He ton,

I .. : Softball TourneySlow the State Tournament which pjn. Episcopal Young Church- Vicar. ,'

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g-imeFot, A Look At Parking Situation Pitch Softball will be :, Garden Restaurant won the;':'I II SHOP ANYWHERE- ,

seen at its_best on August 1, :'I District last year by beating '

I::' As the central business district in:11Jany exteriors, which were formerly hidden I 2, ,3, and, August 8, 9, 10 at :I Gainesville Jacksonville, and FOR NEW OR USED i!
: towns: the the Starke High School baseball i'! Sanford. i:j
( throughout nation con- prior to construction. of rear parking I '
The is invited to ,
-:"--- ?s to dfcline in the' face of, fringe-: areas. It means control of trash and The. field.Starke Recreation Department come out public and support the local ,. Then Come See (Us!

iuea competition, it is encouraging to effective s screening the refuse area. I is sponsoring the teams.

:read one man's opinion that the situa- It also means eliminating: the competition Subrtlistrict: ant: District i: WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL f

1 -tion is "not quite as discouraging as for limited parking spaces by delivery Tournament this year and all EVERGREEN 'I!:. : Jii& f' I r

jriany observers suggest,." _, trucks and employee parking. -. '. i/ ; games will be played on the BAPTIST CHURCH UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour

: In a bulletin just published ,by the These and similar measures takento High School field] starting. at il Sunday School 10 a.m. :i

I Bureau of Economic and Business ReSearch improve parking with respect: to the 7:30.: W I.I the Lord's Supper 11 a. m.., i!: Authorized Dealer .

at the University of Florida Dr. quantity and :Duality of parking spaces In the Sub-District, teams 6:30: pjn. 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE

I William M. ,Shenkel, industrial real will tend to attract. the downtown shopper 'p'.' from Ocala, Gainesville, and Wednesday Bible-Classes, |-- --- '
Starke will be out to win a Evening Assembly Worship.
estate declares that the traditional -
professor, and him his dollar '
j : help spend in.. .',; chance to play in the District | Preaching, 11 a. m. Training' -
"courthouse square" arid the .. _
the central business district. :"'r!' !:"''''' ;;.o" :;- ii "' /
Union Preaching
i starting. August 8 in Starke.i i! 6:30: p. m.
Established central business district are With changing patterns in Sf rke's i j Garden Restaurant, with a'|I 7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman. TOUR the \WORLD
I '
not" necessarily d6omed to .vanish. fromIJhe central busine'ss district already realized Dry Spring Good For Melons 1 record of 32-1 will be the host j pastor.

American scene. team as well as the top seed-
: or in the making, it may be. time for
In 'spite of all 'the traffic M4ion The team to TRINITY EPISCOPAL
: con ed team. other I
in the downtown reappraisal of ,our so-called "parking\ You might:! think it takesan et tj ,::.. } Starke will be decided -I CHURCH MELROSF
arear the flight ...... ,represent |
With the old Starke Hotel
extra lot of water to make' I"'t ;v 10 Holy
( :3o: the suburbs in many towns, modern. ,. next week in a playoff.In Holy Days a. m. cokE
: to be torn down and the site possibly a big watermelon but apparently ,::1J. the'District Tournaments Sundays 10 a. m. Church
center competition and l inadequate
:Chopping -
: used for parking area, and the Florida' not so. Following one "'

parking, there !are still ,many Bank at Starke soon to move into its i of' the driest springs in recent t.,. <'.! .
REPORT 01'O'Ul1'10% 01-
) I :Hmrealized business in the .
opportunities ,
> ,'vi
new home, .which will have ample off- ; years, Bradford County '' -w ;
fentral busifies's! district, according to streeir-.parking, there will be a noticeable has produced a bumper crop 1' ': Florida Bank at Starkeof
1' :3)r. Shenkel. -1! of the biggest, sweetest mel- ;k .
easing of' the parking situation :Slttrke in the Male' of Florida nt the rlohe!' of business on
I : The rehabilitation and_ full poten- ; ons ever. Everyone seems to : .' .
along Call Street. June 30. HMi2\ :
1 -tial of the CBb lies' in the attention I gree' that dry weather makes :. .\!ssi!i 'TS :
J I In'fact the question naturally arises 'em extra sweet. !
:-given to l I r.
1 tenant selection, .to ,parking You'll want to save these
with other hanks,, and cash items in .
as' to how much longer parking meters \ Ai top is Brooker farmer ; Cash, balances
I Jtdeq afey, to land utilization'practi e I process of collection _-_-__-------- 4C,7 7.78
1 wand to can be justified on the grounds. upon : Gene Crosby with 14 giant United States Government obligations, direct and 1 1guarantet'd \\ special world tour caps!
management }
techniques the :
report Garrisonians, ranging in size __ __. !,!39.17.iO '
which they were originally installed in : "-;- i
and" subdivisions 601,666.03
: political
Obligations -
,1' Starke-for .the of parking from 46 to 60 pounds. Crosby ;$ Loans and discounts (including $753.99 overdrafts____ 1,571,011.23Bank
1. purposes
: Especial emphasis 'was placed on had 20 acres of. this delicious premises owned $t976.! furnitureand ,

.!'high quality" parking" which, regulation, and_ not .as a revenue: pro- variety and says the smallestwas estate fixtures owned$6,990.07 other than_____bank_-premises 36,600.00Other 11,966.31fl'a1 I LOOK FOR THE EXCITING DESIGNS UNDERWORLD ,

3vo ld result, the report 'said, in higherTents ducer. There was a time when the me- : around 40 pounds.At I assets ______-__ 118.246.50TOTAL '- .-
ters were considered necessary to regulate right is Smith 14- ; ___ 4,924,955.55LI.U11LITIE' CAPS SAVE 'EM SWAP 'EM a
greater sales volume, and the I Jjmmy ASSETS ---------------

.:general uplifting of the central. busi-. parking in the downtown district year-old Starke Chapter FFA i i 1

I :tfiess district. -hut with the changing pattern in member, and a 54-pound Congo" i '.*. Demand deposits' of individuals, partnerships Get These Attractive Items At The
habits the of beauty from his one-acre __ 1.616.lH.S5!
shopping moving
It was stressed however that this super apd Corporations --- ------- to
: FFA project. Jimmy is the f Time and savings deposits of individuals
markets from Call Street and the Coca-Cola Co.
Bottling 239 San Marco
.means more than the mere providing establishment son of Mr. and Mrs DennisH. partnerships, and corporations 1T4 ,51U.1D ,

:bf parking space. It means attractive of their own off-street Smith of Highway 16 f., : .' Deposits.including of United postal States savings Government) -_--iH::!c-p.
: .... .... !, Ave. St.
parking facilities by several other """"'iP'. DepoBrtsof,States and political subdivision'------------! : T31.4a3.66 Augustine, Fla.
:parking areas-the remodeling and [west]. We can testify to the I officers' checks, etc. __ I
Certified and -- ----------
I cleaning, ,up .of exposed rear store ex- businesses, the question might well be : high quality of his melons, it was enjoyed by the force I TOTAL'Inpo.ITS.J... .-_.._ 4,203:433.57:
r :3eriors control of trash asked-has the time come, or will it for Jimmy. presented this at our annual 4th of July (a) Total demand deposits 1:- -2,133.564.46
; and'effective II (b) Total time and savings deposits.2,019,869.11 Bottle Lighter 20c and. 20 Coke caps \
; creening of the refuse area ; and elimination come. in the. near.. future- .when. the en- beauty to The Telegraph and! outing"I Other. liabilities -__------- -.0,639.03'
tire parking situation in downtown I TOTAL LIABILITIES -- 4,2H.On.60! Little League Bat 1.25 and 125' Coke
of competition for limited parkIng t ----------------- ------ caps ,

I spaces by delivery trucks and em- Starke should. be re-evaluated with a Lady Golfers f is drawing to a close...He said '\ ,i'4: ti 'PITU.r OrXT'i: Map of World 20c and 20 Coke caps ,

Jloyee parking. view to determining whether parking it must become the responsib-, Capital: (a) Common stock total par value ______----300,000.00
meters from here on out will be more ofa Surplus .______ ________________u--------__ ----__ 32:>>'.000.00Unlividt'd Miniature case with Bottles 25c and 25
"Unimproved parking areas, un- Sponsor Tourney ility of the schools tq educate ______ 19,1'U.33RE'Eler't's Coke caps
profits ----------------------------
detriment than an advantage? Several rand retirement account for preferred capital) _&.* s.b3
Surfaced, haphazard the to the extent of
parking together masses
Florida towns are already exploringthis I I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _______________________ 650,912.95TOTAL Tour water glasses (ea.) 25c and 25 Coke caps
with the unsightly appearance of the The Starke Ladies Golf As-. their abilities, and not just II --
possibility in their communities. I LIAIULITIKS:;; AND CAPITAL, ACCOU'XTS4,924,985.35 Bottle
Exposed rear wall common to many commercial own sociation sponsored a two ball to educate the top level for Cap Savings Bank 15c and 15 Coke caps
buildings leave unfavorable mixed tournament July 4 in ( MIMOU\M\
; an i leadership positions. He was
t impression on the downtown shopper. No-the central business district is 1 which :,46 members and guests i Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and TIllS OFFER EXPIRES
critical of the present atti- JULY 31 1962
and bills ,
for other (
Unscreened garbage and unconcealed still far from' being a "dead duck," unless -I I participated, Publicity Chair-, tude of colleges and universities red Iscount t'd and securities sold with agreementto

''I Hrash further lower the standards of the we let it become one by failure to man Kay Lyon announced. which seems to be, he ,. repurchase!') _______--------------------__-- 1,155.946.29.

: istrict. Parking areas undeveloped in recognize revolutionary changes in i The tournament was foli -, said: "This is what we have -'I' C.'"E. Hernwall, Vice-Free. & Cashier, of the abovenamedbank St. Augustine COCA-COLA Bottling Co.
lowed.bY a covered dish sup- do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and
1 ;jhis manner do not create general shopping shopping habits and land use patterns ,i per for: ,both social and golf to offer. If you can't make correct, to the best of my knowledge and. belief. .

appeal." No one, it seems, wants that are now sweeping the country. !: members.Winners.- the grade-then get out." ... Correct-Attest: .. C.: E. HERXWALL ,|' St. Augustine, Florida

4 :So park his car or her car in a dirty There is much that can be done to revitalize of the tourney Morgan's"talk was the highlight ,,., :, Ernest J. Snead |

)lly. the central business district- were: low net- S. G. Denmarkand "iof the monthly supper S.Harold 1..., Peek C. Wall Jr. Directors 1<

I .. Adequate parking, therefore, means and of paramount importance is the Lillian Bishop; xunner-up meeting of the Men's Club.

jnore than merely providing parking availability of Adequate-and attrac low net- Robert- McRae and Monday night's session was State Sworn of Florida,to and, County subscribed of Bradford before me ss: this 10th day of July, -

(, ,paces. It means' attractive parking tive-parking f ilities. Upon this one I Gladys Hobbs;' low gross, Bill held at the C. HNasworthy: 1962 and I hereby_ certify that I am not an officer or, directorof ;I
: cottage on Kingsley Lake this bank.
areas .unencroached by: an unsightly thing, depends,therfutyre of, the central! Epps and C ui Terwillegar;; HELEN E. GLASOLmV. Notary Public 'i BUCK'SRIGHT
( riI i1n '-up low gross, Buddy -ivhere a supper of barbecued My commission expires Feb 12, 19fi4. TRIMMED :.!
) A Jear building" entrance: It usually in- business district;, more than anythingelse. Bishop:. and Gertie McRae; mullet. topped off with Watermelon j (NOTARY SEAL) :'. ';"
ii :Solves remodeling of exposed rear store ;i, toughest time. Howard Meyer was served. I .

"; : I and: Helen l Willis.

l' A Rebels ,Beat Kats week of play with Starke McLeod, Gary Hamilton and i The lady golfers will terminate ; I, ------ ni- _
Builders Supply leading the Scotty Rhoden. further meetings until 1

:: To Retain Lead. s'&ond' Half, wltS. A' 5-1 record Garden befeated I I the third Thursday in Septem- Own this beautiful 2-Bec/room/ Home

; I In Mixed Bowling! ,,In second place is Johns Garden Restaurant defeated ber. I ji i I

Oil Covwho won the first half. Raiford Prison Baseball Team Open 7 Days 7
?t i :The Rebels conlifnte tcr dominate They hav' i d record of four 7-1 and 7-0 last Saturday afternoon -i Lawtey Man I I"Fair" *. for only per month -- a. m. to 11 p. m.

the Summer Mixed wins and two losses. then took their first # $5OO

ifcwling League by defeatingthe Community State Bank hasa loss 'Saturday night at the After I I .'Lt: an 12-Yr. Plan'wini >
I Keystone Kats 4-0 last 3-3 record and .is in third I,. hands of Sanford by a score'of Auto Mishap : SunnylandPICNICS
iiday night while' the record place while Brooker has a 2-5 11-7. This was Garden's'I

I: place Bottom Scooters scored I'record and Florida Pest Control I first loss after 31 straight L M. Norman of Lawtey ,: : *

15 It:3-1 victory' over th Strike is in last place with a 1-4 wins' :,i was in "fair" condition in the' INSIDEFINISmtG ,
Outs. record.A I Garden rallied back in the'1, University of Florida Medical' .
I :In the final game the Untouchables sudden death game between second game of the double- Center Monday recoveringfrom IB. '

remained touchable Johns Oil Co. and the header by trouncing Sanford injuries received Sunday

;:$ the Tornadoes upset. them I winner of the second half will 10-1. i, in an automobile accident. MATERIALS INSTALLED 1 1F !
4-0 and moved out of last. be played next Thursday afternoon c
M. Hollis of the
..Yace. I' with the winner being Trooper J. -
Slow Pitch League Florida Highway Patrol reported -
..Leading the Rebels7 wa's the 1962 Champions.
this week that Norman's ; "
\ Charlie E. Johns with games 11of Sets Play-off
I I :
automobile left S.R. 225
1 186 and 155 for 173
178 a Jaycee Baseballers '
Next Mon. Tues.The mile west of Lawtey and
; ) :jfterage. Bill Nelson led the I ,
Enter Jax ; traveled a total distance of ,
,Scooters with games 189, 'S" '
Starke Slow-Pitch Softball i I 792 feet before being stoppedi I h ".
{ .: _ _
{35, and 193 ,for A 165 average '
\ .
Jaycee Little Boys .League is completing its'i by a pine tree. Hollis said : "- 3JF1I
while Gene Coble had a travel second half schedule* this ;!J i I'Monday that report from I II II :: :4" I Fresh Florida
Baseball All Stars will a
1J6. 15'1 for 167 I i'
171. and a F LB
f average for the Strike' Outs. to Highland Park in f Jackson: week with play-offs set for I/I the med center stated that : I FRYERS GRADE "A" 2 9c
&ev led ville Tuesday .night to enter I Monday and Tuesday of next Norman waS in surgery for a :_
TOrnadoes -
Freddy ns, the H'I
i .. with a 149. ,' average'TThiJt. i the sub-district Uttfe Boys week to see wh enters the 1 I j r., broken j jaw and that several -

Baseball Tournament.The Sub-District Tournament with teeth were missing. -

t 'average.Buddy fcr ttt6 Elliott Untouchables.had a 156 Tournament. is double' Garden Restaurant. j I The trooper said Norman's I ,' IuI.J BEEF LIVER 3 Ibs. $1

Startdinrt' W L GB elimination with two All Star Garden won both halves I arrest will be made when he

,Rebels, ......j 18' 2 -:""> ] teams. from Jacksonville and and are the 1962 Champions!5 is released from the hospital. 4
Bottom Sctr 14 6 4' one from Starke. The two 1''I and will be host team in the i>' Norman's automobile left the FRESH GROUND BEEF lb.

'KeystoneKats 10 10, 8 Jacksonville teams. will play '' Sub District Tournament the. I II 'f road as he was rounding a At his .price you can't afford to_ rent I 49c

Strike Outs ..&H10H 8% Monday night and Starke I first week of August. i I I curve west of, Lawtey at approximately -

tornadoes, v, ." 8.- 14 12 I who, drew a' first round bye. I William's Jewelry, who finIshed 10:25: Sunday I chuck
Untouchables 24' 17H 15-tt i. will play the winner Tuesday !: in second place in the 1! rn rmng. Hollis stated. No Monthly Payment Includes Following Installed STEAK 49cJim '

)Itn;. High Average .', ; night at" 7:30. The winner of first half will have to play other car was involved in the!'

-ow.,Bill. Nelson 167"; Genet j tournament' will go to the either tailings [8-3] or mishap. he said, and Norman ': COMPLETE WRING 'sloWed S ELEC. WATER HEATER Installed

Cbble164r Charlie E. Johns,I, district .tournament later. Brooker [6-51 to see who wilt* was the only person in his 1 1vehicle Dandy GritsCabin k&
", 9 LIGHT FIXTURES Inhl1ed KITCHEN SINK! & CABINET / S6; ifcll Loveil.) f 53. Tfcis is. the first year that I I play in the Suo-District. !
? EdIei nlt1 AverageJune Sfarke. Kas entered a tournament. -r With only four games remaining e' GYPSUM WALLBOARD lnslolltd 0 AU INSIDE DOORS Installed

-- Norman. 146; Neoma ,, Jimmy Rowe and Harold -,, on the schedule the ;Supt. Morgan Sees : 6 3-P1ECE 'BATH SET installed. ALL, I INSIDE TRIM IMtoW. ROYAL

tfclson, 143; Mary J rv1s, 128; I Davis are managers of I I standings are: ..
No Problerri Over '. -' '
Judy Noegel.. 117. the team. I j Team W L GB O -- '" LONG GRAIH RICE) 5 "". 59
M' N Y P WIil r rQ.t nry _
j Court Ruling :
i1'.star- players Rich- i : : cjn911
are: i(Garden Resfrnt 10 0 : : jD %: an .
: oJ" Y '
Builder ard Williams. Larry Mercer Stallings . .. 8 3 2* f.Jt.Y.-_ OwYOf.:1bt: .12. v. -- "" 0' .t'I I .
.g. ut _
Starke : .__ _-. !__ : ._ _. _. '-S' '
Mike Hewett Tommy Selmer. !I f Brooker ....... .. 654% ', School ,Superintendent H. ---- p" n "n Of ___ _.. _' GA. RED TOMATOES' 8 cans
<< Hold To Lead Tommy Chastaih. Jay Roy 1 I Williams Jewelry :.5 6 5% i P. Morgaij} toll: the Methodist $ $1

(I Men's Club Monday night that HERE'S WHAT YOU GET .:. -
I lit Jaycee Play Chasteen.-- John Mayton. Har-i Natural Gas' 5 6 5& FREE : -

ry Hatcher. Bill Adams. Bill : State Bank . 29 8% he foresees nothing in the re Picture & FJoorploMCorotrvction Inside finishing Fads CARNATION 3 .
*The Jaycee Little Boys Scoggins Denton Devoe. Char- cent controversial Supreme' L ,. S fatvir Fitw t Materiols MILK 39cWith
1 i Pine Level .... 298% -; 'riCH S. financing Package Mon DetaiffEo4jr
Court ruling that
:Baseball League Is in its final I les Smith. J. S. Waters. Paul I : on prayer HOME PLANNING -Scryjng rocft Payment Option
j would affect religious obser- .. KIT : Colorful Catalogs : QuaCty Specification
.. .siJ... Question & Antw nShell Cutaway .lltwftrafioMUkefroat $5.00 Food Order
2 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH j vances in the local schools. A CMiprthmim information coSedion_!ofMpful it Hone Explained Ccttogtt

EST4BLISHED 1870 j M6rgan said the court's' colorM f acfc
0M package
you cad 4t BREEZE - -
For immediate service GIANT
ruling had been widely misinterpreted to bg miii in planning : 69c
E )qw cw bo w. Donf thMiuational call collectbr .
.. w4 Florida's oldest weekly and apparently all < oRir.If yo.wnoj. ____
,.. ,' iI_ fco.* wm or *.futur* tat kit EV 7-1141 or EV 83542JtM
... 'F1 Newspaper Published Con : that it did was to declare unconstitutional is OBUJ*for you. 'dide&as.& .. u*' With $5.00 Food Order .
.. i I a New York ;> Boi Ais CBuyai todoTi BBDBDI _irS
| state law which prescribed a B VEGETOLEa
--- S L- -- '- .. _____ WALHX HOMES C08T.Ffeoe 49
: T: .AS.OiQJI' I certain prayer for repetitionin iVUtOlW ItWQaAITlIS ID I '..' . .
: E. L. MATTHEWS ._ '
4' I the public schools. Morgan 1\i .
"" '. said he did not believe the ruling FLOUR Dixie Lilly -10 }IBs.BUCK'S .
t -
t : 4P \1.L Editor and Owner would affect daily Bible mA m your"HOME' HANNH5 tS.I .. I $115

.. : SUBSCRIPTION RATES reading in the schools. or the ,urfenftanJ.fere. .iJ..

: ..' -.. INTRA,. AREA :- OUTSIDE TRADE ARIA' :;.. use of individual prayers. ---- Nama_ I
.. ..,. ONE TEAR .- ..00 ONE YEAR a.SO ". Turning to other problems' Jim Walter Corporation '
< Adm:_ _ _ GROCERY
.. 'jj.'v SIX : '
Ctl sta
: .THRU'MONTHI > '! 1.00. ,', THRU MONTHS MS <'>> said ;
that with more and more J cksonvffln'da
; Published Each Thursday and Entered as Second Class Matter automation in industry, the |L. ..J( m_, J.iI Half Mile North 'Of City LimiltIT'S. 301r

: 'U "' at tbe Psst Ofltc: at Starke, Fla. uadw Act of March 1171 1. day- !-the-unskilled'-worker1 ,

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: / ,'\ starts Thursday
:: r 1- 1L1 a r'i Prices Are Unbelievable At R O B BIN S' \ :
1 : I 9 1 CLEARANCE SALE Everything!In Our
Store Is Greatly Reduced. The Items Listed ,
Below Are Only A Few ;; You Must ComeIn
And See For Yourself .

Greatest" Sale to Hit Star/ce" / _________ 1"

In 20 Years f I'ii

f-:"" _. .,

i STOCK REDUCING ..'..... .. t

1 SLIM JIMS a a a aa a a $$288; ONE GROUPLADIES
a *44 $
S JAMAICASETS-m-$299$ '" :" -
:ewwf! '
JAMAICA SHORTS r r s $$1 99 : .. ,

xY Flats, Sandals $$1.99up
Knit Shirts- $$139 up Slips -$$149 up"W'I icy .

__. ..'" LADIES _; "- DRESSEt2 Tennis Oxfords, Black, Blue. ---Only- $$1,99While ,


:' SUITS 1.; Dress- Bone ShoesWhite Patent ,
w 5. y Low Heel High Heel i
n A $ 99 r tiAFrI H' $
4 UP l 199 $X3,9977c: !

,,1,1&c. Y ,. TABLE

J1 &l //f! r and i Come In And See Our Table. You
up 11 c
ii Pedal Pushers $ .
r r r $188 t .
; ':: : I, .': 4l.1 .:;:_' .';.' Mustie) This
;M' BRAS ; J SKIRTS '.; ."J...; :.' ):"-'.,' ;;#. t+ SALE Biggest Savings '
$$1.00 $1.99 'I In The History Of Starke. '; ,

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( I SALE STARTS THURS. JULY 12 -- Sorry, No Charges -- No Lay-a-ways-all_ sales' final I

I Leather Shoes
BOY'S SHOES IriJmm0Wrnmill
,- Size: 8ft 3
!i SIZE 8ft -13
Patent Shoes 4 ? '
) ; ', $S1 99 Size 8ft 3

w4..1@ t.4.
; ::ra, Tennis
SIZE 3ft 6 M Nr r i
( $$199 and liP. .. MEN'S DICKIE 99 Ked, Blue, White

Your Choice a" $199

By Acme $$1 ": lcUNDERSHIRTS
$ Sizes i 3 9 9 $
I 8ftBoy's } 3 BUY $1' ,

1 F. 'KNIT TRUNKS SWIMSHIRTS ___.__ $$377 $500 ''cLEAGUE :- ff' BLOUSES All.'. Catalina..__.._. .:'.

: Values to $9.95:> $100 '
With;: $1.49 DRESS CAPS IVY PANTS. S [lll91'JAMAICAS ',

Collar $1.49 And Up 17c eNa.sh299 X1.99MEN'S $ $149, I up SUITS "

I Shirts BlackBOOTS &
Jamaica Sets $$299
i2 By -- $1:49': 1 Oc1A$6:99! : n $1.99 $169 up //
t Levi And "'", Boy's SPOrt Shirts ,

Dickie 39 S e2.6 $$190 B A B ii I U C ,' THE STORE ,

1 C. IvyLeaguePaiits- Back toY I.ULD1i1. OF VALUES : "

i $$1', SchoolBargains
'. -' _t_'c."' _" ._.':: _'" Back_' .;to"School.' '. _='.:"'_ .-."- .. ...,. .. -, -

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I 19621

G. Toth, Defendant.You .
13th Forces Train etc. Each member of each groupis Nam. Their purpose is to train Terwillegar while in custody here and in- TO: Eva Killian, whose resi herein against you in the above are hereby required to subject to assessment in Brad
responsible: for training his the native forces to resist ene- troduced evidence to obtain dence' is Waynesville, North entitled cause in the office of file your Answer to- the Complaint ford County, Florida such, are notified -
Carolina, Edward Bowden, C. M. the Clerk of Circuit Court of filed in said suit with to appear at meeting
: teammates in his specialty so my pressures. New President his conviction violated his con- Hopkins, James B. Hendricks, Bradford County Florida, in I the Clerk of the Court not later or meetings to make such complaints -
for Problems that emphasis is placed on stitutional right against self- Simon S. Brown, Joseph G. Alvarez the County Court House at than the llth day of August, or give testimony as to
pro. Of Country Club S. F. Gardiner, Ludwig Starke, Florida, on or before A.D., 196%. You are also required the value of any property, real
ducing a tough, versatile sol incrimination. Smith addressedthe Dohm, Eugene Owen Clark, the 20th day of August. 1962. to serve a copy of your An- or personal as fixed by, the
'.[Continued From "'Page One] Dog PoisoningStill envelopes, the opinion stated Frederica A. Clark, Louisa and to serve a copy of such answer swer upon Plaintiff or her attorneys County Assessor of Taxes upon
rolls they
] as
dier.Lt. [Continued From Page One Clark, Maurice Clark, Frederic- or defenses upon Hollis V. whose names and ad- his Assessment
Bill Towler, a member of and voluntarily gave themto ka Clark Eugene Clark Walter Knight, plaintiff's at t'orney dress appear below not later may deire. Given by order uf
ape, an activity of the type Operation Alligator from Winston Adams, Tom Slade, S. G. Denmark jail officials to be mailed. Clark, Monica Clark, Louiza herein, whose address is Post than the llth day of August the Board of Bradford County Commissioners Count,
Which will be carried MysteryContinued Dohm, Catherine Dohm, Ludwig 191f%. Herein fail not or a of I II
out by Office Drawer F, Starke Florida A.D.,
the 13th 1 Salem, North Carolina, an Dr. Don Christoffers, Handwriting on the envelopeswas Dohm. Carlisle Dohm. Fredrick on or before said date as Decree Pro Confesso will be Florida, July 3, A.D.A. ffilBTSEAL ,
Special Forces Group i expert in hand-to-hand combat, Theron A. Yawn H. A. Bis- found to be the same that Dohm. John Dohm. Charles E. required bv the Laws of Flor- I tntered against you. I CHARLES Clerk

in week.Operation Alligator next I and a banker in real life, estimates [ From Page One] hop, ,Jr., J. C. Hobbs, H. B. was found on other envelopesin Wyman Caroline Kleinschmidt John Kleinschmidt, S. Fran-, Procedure.If ida, and Florida. Rules of Civil I D.,DATED 1962. this at Starke 9 day of Bradford July, A.That's: ( )

I that training a Special Wadsworth, the poisoningstook Peyton, W. C. Powell, and the automobile abandoned cis Gardiner, Rebecca Anna you fail to do so, a decree County, Florida. 7-12 ItKEYSTONE_
Special Forces ',Groups are Driggers, Samuel P. Crews, S. J. confesso will be entered CHARLES A. DARBY.
Forces after FLA.
costs Smith he left pro HEIGHTS
man approximately Robert McIntyre. by Starke.
:organized' in I place within four or five I Sternberg Frank Walls, Jeremiah against you for the relief demanded Clerk of the Circuit Court,
units'at 12 men, 50000. Terwillegar reported a cam- I The robbery occurred the R. Davis Frederick Ka- in the complaint.The Bradford County, FloridaBy AUCTIONSat.
,10 enlisted men and two of- As days around the first at"June.. chelhover, Gottlieb Katchelhofer, of said suit Is to : MARIAN I* CROSBY, A. M.
a result of) their costly paign is under way to complete Sunday night of September 11, nature Clerk .. July 28, 10:80
Calohill :M. Stigleman, Edward Deputy
four at of
ficers. Each dogs the Johns remove clouds from the title
man must be, a training, Special Forces men I residence which the sale of stock so that 1960 when Smith braced store !: O'Neill, ,_Thomas,. J. Greene, the plaintiff, and the title of FAGAN & CROUCH Property of George LaRue:

specialist in some given areaEuch do not take part in actual combat were poisoned the new club house and swim-: owner Wayne Douglas and several Maryj.. ureene. ueorge ing- plant if fs grantees Austin Smith Attorneys for Plaintiff -office 4692; home 4325,
as died on Thursday and Friday ham, Alice Gallaher and J. and Mildred Smith to whom 21% S. E. First Street phone
languages, demolition, operation when sent to ming pool can be built imme customers and held themat Hayes Gallaher, if the above plaintiff warranted title to a Gainesville Florida Keystone Heights. Valuable corner -
medical June..1'and 2.
hand-to-hand combat,I countries such as Laos or Viet I diately. He also announcedthat gun point while he took $809in named persons, respectively, bealive. J portion of said lands and to s4t commercial-zoned lot sur-
s.1 and if any of the above described respective -
Starke veterinarian their portions
E. committees to serve lor cash and checks. He was : named persons are dead their I of the above described real :NOTICE rounded by S main streets, 120

., Mullins says strychnine can be the coming year will be appointed nally arrested by the fi-I respective unknown heirs, devisees estate together constituting all Notice is hereby given that : ft. on Lawrence Blvd. (main

purchased freely at any drugstore in the near future.It March 25, 1961 in grantees, creditors and i of such real estate.It the County Assessor of Taxes 140 deep.
I Cullman all other persons or parties is hereby ordered that this Bradford County, Florida, street) by
I under no restrictions. It was announced by Ter- :Alabama to climax a long man- claiming any right title or interest notice shall be published: oncea will meet with the Board of Across! street from npKpy-
kills by acting powerful in and to the hereinafter week for 4 consecutive weeksin of said
I as a willegar that the course is in hunt. described lands by, through, under Bradford County Telegraph, County Commissioners in the office of theClt'rk stone State Bank new Post
TERWILLEGA stimulant on the heart and to the or against them respectively County I with
excellent condition due j a newspaoer published in Bradford of Circuit Court at Office, etc. Improved
circulatory system, and then : the unknown heirs, devisees, Pountv. Florida. and hav- 10:00 A.M., I
: Florida. at metal
I efforts of the golf professional, : Recent Births grantetes creditors and all other ine a general circulation in Starke, A.D. 1962 for the pur- I frame store building,
I causes paralysis. If the animal Ted Fox, and also that a large parties and persons claiming by, said Countv. August of 7.hearing complaints and I warehouse and small PuttPutti
vomits up part poison it may through, under or against each' WITNESS<; tnv hand as Clerkof pose testimony as to the rented. ALlocation
number of out-of-town golfersare receiving all now
Bradford and the known deceased, i Golf Course,
County every
Hospital aid Circuit Court and the real, per- I
I live an hour; if none is vomited the Joseph J. Truby, James L. Fra- value of any property for Service Sta-
playing course. announces the !5 al of said Court at Starke.Rrad'ord intangible personal as ideal
following sonal or
MOTORS up death comes within zee and George L. Dokm; and County Florida, this i County Assessor t ,
i Mr. Fox announced that the births: : all having or claiming fixed by the said I tion, Business Offices, Grocery.Drug
: persons ; 9th day of Julv 1982! his Assessment I
five minutes. of Taxes
I Summer. Handicap M a t ch Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Eugene I to have any right title or interest CHARLES A. DARBY. Rolls for the year 1962. and for | etc. Buy for investment
: The minute poison touches Tournament is now In in and to the following As Clerk of Circuit Courtof I of perfecting receiving -I suit. Easy Terms:
Play the purpose build to
Raiford, a son, John lands, the subject matter of theabpe I Bradford fountv. Florida. I equalizing such assessmeflts. or
the victim's stomach lining, it 'progress. Also that the Mixed Eugene, July 7. I entitled suit, lying and I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) and. The County Asses- J i Grfesom-Kemp! Auction Co.,

passes into the blood, causes Scotch Foursome played on I Mr. and Mrs. John Carlton I i ida being, to-wit in Bradford: County, Flor- 4t 8-2 ; Bor of Taxes and the may Board continue of- 837 N. Ferncreek, Orlando, "laI .

vomiting and then violent con- July 4 was a success with 48 : Griffis Sr. Starwe j E4 of SW%, and NW>4 of I County Commissioners from day to day GA 4-0954. Stohg.-7-26
John session
a son OF
vulsions occur. The victim participants, and that another Carlton I' SW% Except the West 9 acres FI.ORln.EIGIITH JUDICIAL for one week or as long as nee- I
Griffis Jr. and the -
July 7. i thereof Except property i
: then stiffens and then goes into will be held in the near fu- Mr. ana Mrs. Donald E.I North 450 feet of East 1060 CIRCUIT, IX AND FOR All persons owning ------- ---- -
IX -----
feet thereof SW4 of SWU -
tremors, Dr. Mullins stated. ;
Forsythe Lake Geneva, a !II Except: Beginning at the CHANCERY I -

I People used to believe that I ,daughter, Janet Lynn, July 10. j Southwest corner thereof Nellie Louise Toth.Plaintiff, I I Our Business"If I
I I and run North 750 feet, GLASS
strychnine would not kill anything Court.Upholds Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Jol-I thence South 38% degrees -vs- It's Glass We Have It"

born with its eyes open ley Lawtey a son, July 10. East 961 feet, thence West I Gustave G. Toth I VISIT
Defendant.NOTICE WRITE or
I but would kill born with I 600 feet to the point of CALL
: things Of that of be-I OF SUIT \
Th : the eyes closed. Mullins says Conviction 'I ginning of SEU; lying 'Part West of TO: Gustave G. Toth 191 Laurel FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

: farmers .sometimes feed NOTiCE OF FNTENTIOX: TO Road 16; WH of SW4 of : Avenue Livingston. New Jersey I .
Armed Robber REGISTER PICTlTIOt'S XAME I SEtt: all in Section 17. Town-' I GLASS CO.NOT
I strychnine to biddies, which it I Notice is hereby given that i i ship 6 South,-Range 2% East; \ and I .
the c/o Tohn Dereki Pan American ,
does not harm, in order to kill I undersigned, under the pro- LSO. ,
I I visions Airways Box 2772
of Chapter 20,953, Laws : ( INC.)
of E% of NW%, NW i of NWExcept % !
hawks who are catching the The First District Court of Florida Acts of 1941. will i LebanonYou "
a strip off the West Co.
I little chicks. Appeals handed down an opin- register with the Clerk of the'' side thereof 600 feet wide at are hereby filed notified against thata "Formerly Joe Peters Glass
II been
I I II Circuit Court, in and for Bradford suit has
I j the North end and 750 feet The Modern Store
ion this week upholding the County. Florida. you by Nellie Louise Toth. I We Design
upon receipt -
I wide at the South end SW 4
Hallie Seymour conviction of Robby Clayton this notice.of proof the of fictitious publication of of NWU ;Except a strip off'II nature. The of this suit suit was is institutedin for divorce Just Mail Us A Pattern For

I Smith, sentenced to life imprisonment -I of M & R Motors under which name the West side thereof 750 the Circuit Court of Florida, Table Tops
feet wide at the North end
in and
Wins Position On 17, 1961 in i we are engaged In business at Eighth Judicial Circuit
May feet wide at the FR2-4353
I and 550
636 N. Temple Ave., Starke I for Bradford County, Florida. 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone
Bradford Circuit Court for the Florida. South end; N% of SW% Except The suit is entitled Nellie Louise -

All-Star Team armed robbery of Wayne's Cash Alvin Mann, Jr., 636 N. TempleAve. : Beginning of West at line the of Intersection Road- I I Toth, Plaintiff, vs. Gustave ,- -

1960 Falcon Station Madi-I ., Starke Fla. I !S-229 with South line of N- I -
% at Orange and
Wagon Superette Jim 2 I
I [Continued From Page One] son Streets. Starke Rose Fla.Route Box 114-C, WVi of SWU of Section 20, I
thence run Westerly along
I Bradford High School was well! The opinion was received in I A.D.Dated 1962 this at 12th Starke day Bradford of July. said South line 210 feet, i
1 thence North 105 feet. thence
19GtILdeItU represented 'in the all-star con I the office of Circuit Court County, Florida. East 210 feet, thence South ijI
7-12 4t 82IS'
RADIO & test last year with Coach Len- Clerk Charles Darby this week 105 feet; and> that part of s
SEU of SW ,4 lying North
nard Register, who left this and was written by Judge H. and East of Road S-229; all
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF in Section; 20, Township 6,
summer to coach in Panama Tolbert Black. Smith had THE EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
HEATER South Range 22 East; Except -
City, named head mentor of sought reversal of the verdict OF FLORIDA IN' right of way of Road S- I 20 Words or less, one time __ -_ .95 Memorials Resolutions ---__ :5c per word
the north squad and two of his handed down by the Bradford COT TYI IX CnA CERY. 229. I If not paid in advance _________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 59 words ----- 2.50

players, Sam Gardner and Tom- jury on grounds that he was' CASE NO. 13123.N. You, and each of you ,are I ________..__ 5c word
I' L. Knight, a Widow hereby notified that a suit In i| Keyed or Blind Ads ___________ 1.00 Over 50 words per
bo Smith, playing under him on compelled to be a witness, equity has been brought againstyou ads Classified ____ 1.50 Inch
Individually and for the I Each additional word over 20 ____ 05 Display in per
the squad. Both Gardner and against himself.He use and benefit of by N. L. Knight for her- I

$$895 1959 Ford V-8 Tudor Smith saw considerable action contended that the use of Austin Smith Smith his and wife.Mildred benefit self and of also Austin for the Smith use and and I!, FOR RENT- 2 bedroom nice-I FURNISHED APARTMENTS:

during the contest. envelopes addressed by himTIRE Plaintiff, plaintiff Mildred in Smith the, Circuit his Court wife, of as i: lv furnished house with car-I lights and water furnished.
Interceptor Engine vs.Eva the Eighth Judicial Circuit In : oort and large utility room. Inquire Bullington Studio or
Killian et al.,
--- I Defendants. and for Bradford County, Flor. : For adults or with an infant 321 West Madison! St. tfchg.

NOTICE OF SUIT ida, and you are hereby summoned child. No pets. Inquire 733 N. FOR SALE Reel type lawn
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF ordered and required to I Thompson St. tfchg Briggs-Stratton. Self
defenses mower.
file your written answer or -
FLORIDA, to! the complaint filed L. W. Barry I I\ propelled. $35. Sonny Tinley

$$795 1958 1W2o 4Dr. MORTGAGESMortgages Read The Classifieds! 1 964.-D694. It Chg

I A available to build : IF YOUR NAME IS FOR SALE 1954 Ford pickU
V-8 u .B R & H new homes or remodeling. ;! 6 cylinder good tires. battery -
I I 100% Loans FOUND AMONG THE Good condition. Phone
1I LA RUE CORPORATION CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL qft4-3651. Randall street in
400 W. Madison-Phone Green Acres. Up

$$895 1958 Mercury 2Dr. I i 964-8641. tfchg AT OFFICE THE FOR TELEGRAPH A FREE HASTINGS- MATTRESS*

Hard Top-Automatic Radio & Htr.1 m' I I AUTO FIRE BOAT DA THEATRE.FOR Ii I I 1 710 Lemon St. Palatka

DOYLE -CONNER i Furniture Repaired,

v > I II I II ...1\\ INSURANCE AGENCY SALE 2 acres land at I' Upholstered & Refinished
Phone 964-4501
I with well
I city limits. improved MATTRESSES REBUILT

$$695 1957 Chev St. Wgn.% I WILL TRADE OR SELL1 tfchg;I -1.000 sacrifice down. $3.000 Strout-Realty.Only 'I/ New Innersprings
Compare our4 price un gas range for electric range. 1 US 301 South. Phone Waldo and Box Springs
.. I'I'I
It chg
". I Iyoufsize"tire davenport. Also good tape recorder -I 468-1766 Drop Us A Card or Call
> or PICNIC for typewriter. Mrs. I SALE-1958 Ford % ton
c I II
ii i Truex. Phone 9643043.3tp. pick-up truck. clean. good t PALATKA EA 5-9166

I now 7-26 I condition Gene Pearson, STARKE 964-5934

3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Saratoga -: Lawtey. Phone 782-3943. AIRS. PEGGY SIIALLER

. $$695 1957 Ford ty.gTudor I II I! HAMS -1b. : and Heiahts.assume Purchase VA loan. eQuity Pay--,: 2tp 7-19 Starke Agent

Or will rent. : 11I1
Fordomatic ments $56 mo. YOUR OLD WATCH will
Contact Owner phone 964- i, make the down payment on a j FOR RENT Lake side cottage .
5842. tfchg | beautiful new Bulova at at Kingsley. furnished.
---- --
"I -FOR SALE Dahmers Discount House. j Also 1 sleeping .room at 305
FLORIDA GRADE "A" I tf chs J W. Madison. Also furnished
Ready mix concrete, concrete apartment. Mrs. J. M. MitchellIt

$595 1957 Dodge 4-Door block piers, fence posts, sand I FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, !_. __ __ ___ __ chg
: FRYERS lb4 . 29C cement,mortar mix, rock,steel on one acre lot in city. Reas- FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -

Coronet T oyster shell, limercck, and roof onable. Heat attic fan. All house. 456 W. Mad
-Automatic tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road.
gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg i ison St. Phone 9641834. tfchg
: I I tfchg
-- -
Bradford Engineering Co.
/ FOR SALE Clean 55 Ford Nellie__ Olmstead_L__, _. i you we help you buy.

$ 1958 I BRISKET STEW WEINERS pick-up. Runs good. Call 969- FOR SALE-Lake Front i Good selection of new and

$795 Ford Tudor II II I 2153 after: 513." m. Up'; Lots. Santa Fe and Lake used 8' and 10' wide Mobile
only. Lockloosa. Terms. Guy An-
Radio and Heater I FOR RENT Adults i Homes-

HAMBURGER BOLOGNA First class, first floor apartment I i.-drew, phone 964-6811. tfchg'., LAKE GENEVA
Two beds. private en-
-- trance. T.V. Aerial ponvenient PIANO TUNING Summer i TRAILER PARK

location. No pets. 128 N. rate $7.00. Work Guaranteed. : 1 mi. SE of Keystone lit

I' \ I 'I' IjJ! SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE Church St. 2tp 7-19 1 417 E. Brownlee St. Starke. I on Route 100
$ 1956 -- --- Up
$595 Tudor ,
Mercury I I
, I II unfurnished FOR RENT:apartments.New. spacious Good ,: FOR SALE- Registered Angus -_tfchjf

Automatic location. Aoply Mrs. Slade. 6051 I Bulls. Price', FOR SALE-4 hp. outboard
Radio and Heater t END CUT PORK CHOPS Breeding Age.
I I Alton Road Starke. tf chg I reasonable. Doyle Conner. I Can te seen at
-- Red Alvarez
i : 'I ServU Station.
Restaurant in Town- Going i Phone 964-4501. 2tchg 7-19' tfchg

,, Business land. bids and iI i -
$ 1952 : eood terms. Also. 1 acre lot in! Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. ;, Brand new Cottage spacious

$195 Plymouth Coupe NOWONLY I town. nice location. C2500-I i Flowers wired any place. Flow- living room and bedroom. All

GULF 'Strout Realty US 301 So. I ers for all occasions locally. tile hath and kitchen. Notty
I Phone Waldo 468-1766. dig'tI Pine cabinets. Attractively decorated

CUSHION S I WANTED Woman day cook: ;, Phone St. 964-6291.506 East Nona tfchg, Will air-condition in modernistic if

. E $S1495 LBS.I : waitress and curb girl. Apply i Renner Apartments W. Wash-

Save Hundreds Of Dollars I VT I .3' in person. Herb's Drive In. Up-, FOR SALE--4 bedroom home. ington. Phone 964-5744. tfchg
f I 2 baths. large utility room.
'TIRE II I i HOUSE FOR RENT: 307 La- j: separate dining room. !
I fayett St. Open Sunday. 3 pi i\ i BOOK before t ying any encyclopedia
. Plus Tax I screened front porch. Lot 2
and Old
m. 2t chg 7-19 M. A. Payne your
i iI
750 X 14 Tire from Your Car. I acres. 1126 West Madison.] local
BUY -.. NOW i ;I TRAILER SPACESIn Wal Phone 9641001. tfchg I! Box 6M representative Pb. 964-3794 since tfchgO. 195<<.'
do. Desirable lots, city water :
___ I__ 1 I ,
I 3 4 LB. AVE. and sewer, private meter. FEYTON FLORIST F. Hutchinson

e Nylon, Tubeless 0 Non-skid design I Church and school close. :I 119 S. THOMPSON ST. NICE BUILDING LOT on Big--
$12.00 monthly. Phone 468-
I HENSi 23C PHONE 961-4155 Santa Fe. Also 4
0 hi
Black sidewall acres good
I Wide, flat tread j 1368. Waldo. M. L. Young- ; NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1032
section east of
We Service What blood. 2tp 7-19 I
We Sell .
; qp -- DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe SouthsJde School on Colley Rd.
I Minimum warranty on Cuttushon Rayon Tiro-12 months. I
WANTEDRide to Jacksonville See Billy Jackson Central
Wire Flowers Anywhere
Gulf minimum I
Cushion Nylon Tire-19 months warranty
I at slightly hither price.AMAZING. I U. S. GOOD CHUCKROAST I 7:30 5 ajn.days. week.leave Leave Jacksonville Starke tfchg Truck Lines tf chg

I at 5 u-m. Phone Dr. Whiffen. GOOD USED Ranges and refrigerators -
CHECK WITH. I 964-6311 or 964-0195. Itchg FOR RENT 3 room an at prices you can
0 GULF GUARANTEE or STEAK -1b.49c I electric cquipted apartment. I''I. aftprd. North Florida Supply,

If. for any reason (uceet for malicious willful intentional or uiiictfitdamait I FOR RENT Cottage over To single or Christian couple. 412 E. Call St. tfchg
). your Gull brand tire docs not prove servtceabli for its entire 1 i week Phone 969-1545. tfchg I Ii
water Kingsley Lake. By
Clyde Terwiegar I fuvwtMd minimum lifetime when used for noncommercial purposes you i ]II I I FOR SALE:- Small frame
art entitled to aa adjustment as follows If the cause is defective workmanship or month. Phone 9692311. i ii house to be
or material you will receive a new tire without charge. II the cause 'Ii tfchgj i FOR SALE moved; next to
is any other reason. Culf will repair it without charge or offer you a i i j American Legion HalL Formerly -
7 M. P. M.
brand new tire, aUewmc credit for that portion of tilt purchase: price Open Days 6 A. to 10 I Used Refrigerators used Tel- H4 for radio station.
represented by the uaused guaranteed\ minimum life of the tire.VThire's I j I FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished evisions. Convenient terms. Mall bids to American

II Ii I I River cottage near ,Orange on Oklawah Springs. I I Free delivery. Bullington Appliances -I I I II Post 56 or call COmmander Legion
TODAY! i Jan E. McRae.
I I $35 per week. Phone 964-5951 i 100 W. Call Street I It dig

!i i M. R. Judd. chg.EXPERIENCED Starke. Fla. I I'I I 1961 ZIG ZAG Sewing Ma
'I I chine. Makes button holes
tTIBi L. F. Lavender monograms, sews buttons and
STARKE TIRE SALES Ia i Wanted. Apply in person at I I
,1 Your Authorized Ford Dealer : the Garden Restaurant. Itchg makes many designs. Guaran-
245 W. Madison Ph. 964-5791 I WE STOCK A COMPUTE liNE OffcRDCHUB I WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- teed. Take uo 5 raiments of
FOR RENT 3 Bedroom ber I 87.63. Write AB.C.
any amount. in lakes, Drawer A
I' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED house.618 W. Madison. across swamps creeks or ponds. We Starke. 4tp 7-12
.. i
in Bradford and Union Counties It-k:-%* -* -
I j from Douglas's Store. Call will cut and haul or you can FOR SALE Refrigerator-
I 607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 i 964-2561 or come to Starke deliver to Starke. A3.C. Timber -I clean inside and out. Perfect

I Beauty Shoppe 122 Court St.tfchg. Co. P.O. Box 163. Starke. I condition. 385 Alton Rd. Ph.

1 l I 8-9tchg 864-2914 Eston Jordan. ltpNLr

t 0

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I Bradford( County TelegraphSIABSE

;" J.,, .'" FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962
.. ..
course for radar intercept officers 1-c USN is serving aboard has remained for an indifinite about two acres of our new tices needed during these Methodist Church Tuesday The Subdistrict

I SERVICE{ MEN at James Connally AFB!, the ammunition ship USS stay. WITH YOUR Florida 22 variety and it is months. September through MVF will hold a 'picnic at

in Texas. Lt. Miller enteredthe I Diamond Head, operating in Revival Being Planned mighty good.A. December has to do with good Schedule for week of July] Young's Park in Lake City

service in October 1960. I the Mediterranean with the The Maxville Baptists are COUNTY AGENTBy B., has just two rows of agricultural practices needed 15: from 1 to 6 p.m. Executive

AND WOMEN2nd 6th Fleet. The ship has visited making big plans for a week Florida 22 and his feelingnow during these months. Limingis Sunday, July 15 Prayer I Board meeting of the WSCS in

Retirement ceremonies for ports in Lebanon Greece, Italy long revival to be held the is that next year he will probably the one agricultural Breakfast for Wesleyan Ser- Fellowship Hall 9:30: am.

I Sgt- 1st Class Fancher Jordan I Sicily Spain, and the Ri- first week in AugustThe have aU'Florida 22. The deciding practice that can be car- vice Guild 8:30: a.m. Church WSCS business and program

of Starke were held atj 1 I viera. name at the evangelist lc t factor at this point is ried out during any month of School for all ages, 9:45 a.m. meeting 10 amWednesday

__....w- "' Fort Benning. Ga. on June 29.] will be announced next week. root-knot resistance. the year when the need is de Morning Worship 11 aon. Prayer Meeting -

Jordan served more than 20 We hope that everyone will Crosby Competition termined.Our Snack Supper for youth, 6:30: 7:30: p.m.
l I
/ years with the Army 16 of' Stewart N. Jones, Aviation- plan to attend. Picked up a radio flash the farmers are already pjn. Youth Meetings 7 pjn. ThursdayChancel Choir

them with airbourne units. At,;i i Ordnanceman 2-c, USN, son Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown- other day that our good' asking when the fall period Evening Worship 8 pjn. rehearsal, 7:30 p.m.
the time of his retirement he 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. ing had as their guests last friend Al Crosby will be advertising begins so that they may get .
.I Jones of Starke, is serving and Wednes- in at the
enlisted instructor i i Tuesday night the National Guard beginning.
was with the an Jump-Training Subcommittee I aboard the attack aircraft car- day. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Dan- each Thursday morning at Anytime you are in the office BANK BROKEN
II rier USS Oriskany which has iels of Valdosta, between and
at Benning and and family kt' f 9:30: over our local station. I now August
joined the 7th Fleet in the can well remember 15 you may discuss the prac-
had made during more his career.than 130 I' Western Pacific. The ship will Ga.F.. B. Coleman spent most the remarks Al made some when of I tices you would like to carry, The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has

jumps I be in the Far East for seven all of last week in Madison T. started a little radio program out, September through De- Been Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis
months, and crew memberswill working with St. Mary'sKraft G. HugginsDown advertising agriculture. My cember. We will begin a pro-

Gloria Jean Bradley, a private visit ports in the Philip- Corp. whitehead Lane program is daily at 1:00 p.m. gram of publicity about the week Miss Mary McGee;436 W. Brownlee St., Starkewas

3x in the Women's Army pines, Japan, and Okinawa. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell This may not be the usual If Al will hold his down to I first of August to be sure that I the holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Corner's -
Corps [WAG] and daughterof and family spent Saturday in one program each week I will all our farmers know that
conducted at the Vagabond -
name for this road neither is Lucky Jack Pot drawing being
Orange Park with Mr. Bell'sparents feel no reason to think that participation in the program
it a usual thing that Papa I Comer in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing is
Route 1, Starke has been assigned is
Mr. and Mrs. Isgett. he is in competition with me. open.
to the U.S. Army Hos- Little Cheryl Wilkinson can keep three of his sons Soil Testing: Pays Fair Board Active held each Monday at 10:00: a. in. where one number will be ,

pital at the U.s. Military celebrated her 6th birthday lined up on one road so that Jimmy Waters- from Law- Bonds have been sold our' drawn' from the box containing the stubs. The lucky holder

Academy West Point. A medical By Mrs. C. B. NolanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA anniversary on July 5. Her he can continue to observe tey has a pasture of Pensa- money is in the bank our I will hare until Wednesday noon to claim the merchandise.
and advise"with them. In ad-
specialist Pvt. Bradley I mother. Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson cola bahia that is good and blueprints are being drawn i If not claimed by then, the $5 ia merchandise will be carried -

entered the Army last Decem- invited the neighborhood dition to Sam Whitehead hav- he has another planting of our board is holding meetings over to the next week and an additional $5 in merchandise -

ber and has trained at Ft. Mc- Mrs. Geneva Smith visitedin children in to enjoy cake and Leslie"ing his iri sons line A.. B,. J.have B., and Pensacola not so good. Jimmy our plans are developing, and will be added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and
they one
Clellan Ala. and Ft. Sam Baldwin with Mrs. Lucille ice cream with CheryL feels that the only reason our Fair date is set for October -'
You don't have to be at drawing.
register. present
Lt. Jack E. Miller son in commontobacco.Several
Houston, Texas. She attended Kirkland last Thursday after- Mrs. Bill Robertson and crop there is this difference is thata 24th. To keep the program
of Mr. and Mrs. George E. ,Bradford County High noon. daughter of Madison are spen- folks have remarked soil test was made and lime active, President Bob McIn- I
Miller of'' Starke, is being reassigned SchooP before 'entering the that Leslie has a crop of VAGABOND CORNEROpen
ding the week here with Mrs. was applied to the better pas- tire has called a meeting for
in Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor tobacco fine they would
to Dow AFB as as
service. Dorothy Waters and family. this Friday. July 13, in the
Maine following his gradua- and family have had as their ever want. J. B. and Mr. Sam ture.We All directors all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon
John Waters and Bill Rob- do know, because it has Courthouse at 8 p.m. -
tion from the U.s. Air Force Harvey C. Raley Yeoman guests for the past week Mr. ertson enjoyed a deep sea also have a good crop. J. B. been proven many times, that I! ought, to be present.
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"1 Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. fishing trip out from Mayportlast has leased some fertilizer will not react and become - -

I fOR I Ial I Harold Taylor and family,. and Saturday. They brought acreage and in addition to his available to the plant

Mr. and Mrs. Obie Taylor'and back home about 60 poundsof old standby variety, he has whether it 1 be; pasture or row

! 4ity daughter of Madison, Ind. fish. -- crops when the pH and cal- STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY

They returned home Saturday Roger Waters spent last cium is not in balance for

all but Harold Jr., who weekend in Jacksonville with RAIFORDBy growing conditions needed by, "8 iIIiA

his brother and sister-in-law, the particular crop. f

.. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and We can always that AUTO PARTS AUTO SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE
Mrs. Nancy C. Tompkins
family. They enjoyed a fish- now is the time to take
To The CitizensOf a soil
it' ((44* IN ing trip to Doctor's Inlet on --.-.- sample. It is especially true Starke Motor B. Wright Starke's

StarkeI Saturday and caught lots of I Little Jan Norman daughter that NOW is the time to takea Parts Co., Inc. I SINCLAIR SERVICE Cities Service StationJ.
nice fish also. soil
sample if you plan to STATION
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nor-
) ) ) Singing at MaxvilleAt set strawberries or establish I C. Gardener Prop.Every .
FLORIDA HAVE BEEN IN- man, celebrated her 6th birth- four Local Complete Auto Service
two o'clock next Sunday
winter NAPA
day Saturday afternoon witha pasture i n c 1 uding Jobber Far Tires Batteries-Accessories Mechanical Service
STRUCTED BY THE afternoon singing will be enjoyed White Dutch clover.
party at the home of her We continue Lubrication _
L Washing General Repairs Automatic
at the Maxville Baptist to invite and Cor. Brownlee & Clark
CITY COUNCIL TO AD. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. you urge 542
Madison 9692801Dodd's
ROYAL PALM Church.. Special singers have that you visit us for additionalsoil Phone 964-0801, 964-0811 TransmissionsCities
Joe Cason. The beautiful
been invited from out of town
sampling information and Service Products
birthday cake, was centered Service &
I and it is hoped that everyonewill AUTO REPAIRS
MOTEL L"f41P with a pretty doll, and Jan's pick up some soil sam- TIRES BATTERIES
attend and help make Auto Sales
AUGUST 1ST UTILITY I mother served the cake with ple bags for taking a sample. Earl's GarageALL 705 N. Temple Starke
this event a success.
homemade t ice Bradford County ACP Rambler Sales & Service
_ Fully-air-conditioned Franklin Higginbotham of KINDS OF PHONE 964-9911
Those who helped Jan cele- Agricultural Conservation GENERAL REPAIRING
'' ITY BILLS WILL BE Jacksonville enjoyed Sunday AUTO REPAIR WORKAll .
Wall-to-wall "
!. Mr. brate were Sue, Sally and program is the meaning of International Lifetime III
dinner with parents Work Guaranteed
Free TV, phones DUE WHEN RENDERED Steve Sei gler: Linda Alvarez ACP. This is the program Mufflers
and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham. Phone 969-2964 AUTO TIRES
Swimming pool AND DELINQUENTON Birthday Party Mark Price: Pam-Dobbs, Joey with Mildred Sapp as County So. Walnut. Stark FIRESTONE
Norman and Paula Dobbs. Office Manager in charge of Tires Batteries Accessories
Excellent restaurant next door THE 10TH OF THE Miss Marie Taggart of Mid- '
dleburg and Miss Mary Kil- Mrs: Norman was assisted in properly administering the AUTO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 Starke Recap Co.
Golf course near MONTH HEREAFTER, entertaining by her sister, program.
gore entertained with a lake I Bill Edwards Pappy ZUulstaa, Owner Mac,
Credit cards honored ALL UTILITY BILLS afternoon Mrs. Blanche Johnson ofJacksonville' This program is becomingmore I
party last Saturday Gilbert S. Brown
; and Eeeapptar far aJ"lIt Tracks
0 Landing for more popular with Starke 1166"Service
NOT PAID BY THE at Strickland's
l Standard Oil Service Station!
Mr., and Mrs. Don Alvarez our farmers each year. There SERVICE
1250 Cleveland St. (State 60)) 10TH OF THE MONTH who Miss was Shirley celebrating Higginbotham her 19th, and daughter,-Linda Sue Mr. are two periods that we thinkof ATLAS NEW TIRES AT SAVING

CLEARWATER G WILL BE DISCONTINUED About 20 young and Mrs. John Green Sapp as a beginning point, Jan- TIRES & BATTERIES BATTERIES
birthday. and 'son, 'Wayne, and the uary through August, has to .Budget Terms- Road Service Wheel Balancing & Alignment
r 4 4r 4t AND A SERVICE guests enjoyed this occasion ', Phone 964-0221
Phone 664-7071 Phone 964-8881
and Halls spent do
hostessesin4 the .Tompkins with spring and summer I I
CHARGE FOR_ RECON-- with honoree._the, ,Mrs."Raymond Kfl- I the 4Ui""bt'Jur at I Sampson 1'pastures and cover5' crops and <407< N. Temple. Star 617 N. Temple. Starke 301 South Stark

Lake where they enjoyed a other
NECTING. assisted in serving cake good agricultural prac-
t, gore picnic lunch and swimming.Miss ,
FREE1Writ -
+ + and drinks to the crowd.

r+ ,,. for Hfcrdura and:! new TRAVEL OUKEn MERRILL EDWARDS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kil- vis \\fDk Geraldine'lier'wide; Reddish.and aunt is "1 '\-
.Hng fine motet from coast to coast: tmp c- gore and family and Miss '
CITY CLERK DeWitt Crewsin
Mr. and
g fed and approved by Congress ef Motor Hotels. Shirley Higginbotham spent COMING TO.
CITY OF STARKE Kingsley Jacksonville.
the 4th of July at
Mrs.'Nell! H all and children 9 "

... Lake. Mrs. left last' 'Friday for a two
Friends of Mr. and
weeks visit with the W. S.
Johnson and family
will be interested to learn mat Walker family at Niceville. .
they have just returned froma Jim Paulk 'visiting rela- BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
tives in Atlanta, Ga. this .
week's vacation spent with
Discontinued Designs Mrs. Bill Robinson week.
Special Mr. and
and daughter in Baltimore, The many friends of Jack .
Cason will regret to learn that

Md.We regret that Mrs. Dor- he entered St. Luke's Hospi- } .
tal this week. NORTH CAROLINA'S

TIRE CLEARANCE her othy a Kilgore speedy ill and wish Mr. and Mrs. John Ross .....

Glad to report that Doss and children Mrs. John Box %. a. ,. 20th Century Jeremiah"CHARLES "
= is recuperating and children, and Mrs. Box'sbrother
,Rickey Stafford, visited .
nicely from a recent illness.
J. A. Cracker and James

NYLONS and RA YONS by Goodyear moving Lloyd/ Kilgore truck last fell week off of and a I Osteen. at the Veterans Hospital r'. B. Is

in Lake City Sunday af- ,
hurt his leg pretty badly. I I
1 Little Rodney and Harold ternoon. x
McDonald and
Mrs. Mack 1
Harris sons of Mr. and Mls.
1 "- three children and two grandchildren HOWARDFormer
i I Leon Harris are ill and we of Long Beach Calif.

NOT SECONDS! \ ( tl"BRAND NEW wish Claude them North a speedy of Fort recovery.Gordon Johns have been Mrs.visiting Belle McCormick Mrs. Lydia

Ga. spent last weekendhere and Mrs. Ada Kelly. While 4 head of The Bible Department
( with his parents. Mr. i t
CHANGE-OVERS! here all of them, together
and Mrs. John North. and r ; at Campbell College. Popular Bible
. M. UU nIw with Mr..and Mrs. T. J. For-

0 family.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkin- sythe and daughter, Janet, en- Teacher and Conference Speaker.
1961 joyed a picnic lunch and
TUBELESS son and family of Jacksonville and swim at Kingsley Lake on ; -r2. Evangelist in over 1,000 Revivals over
r Monday with Mr.
MODELS spent
the 4th.
TUBETYPEBlackwalls Mrs. Drew Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roberts .t The Southland.
Smith spent
Miss Peggy and sons of Camp Gordon, *
Tuesday and Wednesday with -
Ga. were weekend guests of
Miss Donna Faye Fouraker in Mr.''and Mrs. Lee Braillier and
Warm Hearted Bible Preacher
Whitewalls Baldwin and they drove downto Stirring .
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Ode
Beach with the:
k S 11 E Fourakers for the races held Dobbs.Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish

4th of July.MAYOR'S .
on the visited their children, Mr.

Alt Hare and MrS;: DeWitt Crews, in

COURTStarke Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .

FULL and Mrs. tester Dobbsof '
QUALITY the past two 'weeks has been July guests of Mr.. and Mrs. REV IV ALServices.
'61WKB very routine with only six Marshall Dobbs and other relr

GUARANTEE tt.:,. ;\ OFF cases coming before Mayor atives.

Randal Chitty Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- ,. ..
James Lemaa Bouie. Negro. kins Sr. left Tuesday for the

disorderly by disturbing the Malcolm Tompkins cabin at r -

peace placed on probation for Wilson Spring on the SantaFe "r, ,

30 days. River. They will be joined .

HURRY' SUPPLY IS LIMITED IN SOME SIZES James Leman Bourie. Negro there by Rev. and Mrs. Mal-
conduct by ,
disorderly colm Tompkins of Orlando.Mr. ?
NiTIM-WigE MO tw1IIlJD UUn MUAHTU-W New Goodyear Auto Tires Aft eoanatort todOMtdb. fighting. sentenced to five and Mrs. John Ross and ; r
1. Against aorma: haarts-U, ttowoots, fabric breaks euts-exeept repairable Pu LII tad to.ttie** y
ewaer tor sing.of IIICIItIII any defects la workmanship lAd octerh. vtiaot tmtt! as to days in jail or to a fine of children, .Mrs. John Box and
time a Ia eqL w7 Goodyear! WSatoVtbt. l ILSTir Canada "will Mke 4justment- ailottoet Ga urn tw fca J $27.50. children, and Mrs. Box's brother JULY 16-22 y
01 citcUal toad eptu awateinf a l arrest "toodytar price
I James Leman Bouie. Ne- ; Ricky Stafford attendedthe _

GooofiEAR MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GCODYEAS public intoxication sentenced homecoming at Pine Level .

: TOES THAN ON_ANY 03P3P&J I to a fine of $27.50" or to five Baptist Church ,last SUn- MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:00 P. M. rV y

-.--- days in jaiLRobert
Gerald Barfleld. failure day.Raiford Reddish is visiting
to have vehicle under con- his children in Jacksonville i
Road Service Tires Batteries Wheel BalancingGoodman's trol and causing accident fin- ibis week..

ed $102.50. Mrs. Bessie Sapp had as 4th W. G. STROUP

_ Henry Vernon Hodge, public of July guests'Mrs.Annie Kelly The PublicIs MUSIC DIRECTOR
; Service Station intoxication forfeited bond of and UTS. Amanda Crosby

$27.50. of Heilbronn Springs.Mr. Cordially Invited

Henry Vernon Hodge drivIng and Mrs. Lacy casonof

ALNUT-HY 301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6111 without license forfeited Madfsauwer Saturday
.709 S.' ca1Ik1'
guests of his brother Joe -
bond of $27.50.
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lYYYNi! vYYyYvvvvyyvyvyyyyvyyyyyvn who.e.anied., them.! and .hqus hold equipment .for repent Miss Duval County\.con- bronn with -her grandmother, esville spent Saturday with I 4th Sunday. Litany Service I -. ., '

Duplicate Results re-sale at I test.. ,She was disqualified., Mrs. Leroy Norman. I,her son and: daughter-in-law I on any 5th Sunday. Evening l' .

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS On July. 7, Mrs. Alice. Ket- ,The' ,congregation enjoyed ,'hqweverf because she wasnt Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home,\ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, fora I Prayer, 5 p.m.METHODIST. :I. .., -
chum and )rrs. Helen Phelps Mrs. .Gladyce. achnann'sr s old enough, but was invited ,Mrs. J. H. McAlhany Mrs. family celebration of Mr. CnUReD' ."

By Mary 'K. Schaef fer1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tied wjth Ur,. Lucille Davie, ndltioIl-_ "The Publican"\ | to;come back next year. Local Richard May and daughter! Miller's birthday.Mrs. MELROSE rDt.D..

f and 'Mrs. Ethel Graham for, on Sunday. An accomplished te n-ager8 have, seen Jane .Melody, drove to New Port I Ada Ford visited her .
f musician., Mrs. Bachmann is Richie Sunday to visit Mr. i nephew and niece Mr. andMrs. Rev. KennethW. Griffith,
oh iI
AAJuiAAAAAAAAJRotary first; Place at .the- weekly playof among the
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1. I Sam Jones in West Palm
L choir director St. William's.
the KeyStone Heights Dup- one of the Saturday eveningTV ,and Mrs.JR. C. Williams. ando ; PastorSunday W "Me
Notes be a red-letter day in. Key! licate Bridge Club. Mrs. Anna Please remember .the Sunday shows broadcast from take Richie Williams home j Beach. School 9:45: a.m. :,

The Keystone' Heights ..Rotry ? stone'Heights. This is the date James and Louis Kyle were morning baked; goods sales Jacksonville.- after several weeks' visit here. j Mrs. Amanda Hillyer Miss Worship 11 a. m. 'i' ., ; ..

Cub} metTFriday. July 6. that the swimming; program second place winners, while ']; is-is an.exce lent opportunity Lance Arljor from Feaster.yilte The house at the Y junction j Ira Hillyer, and Mr. and Mrs. .

at the Masonic Han. Out of will. come to an end, and the Arthur Barber and Albert ,for )Veek- nder$ to en- Pa. is a visitor at thehome of, 221 and 18 at the west, John Strawn have returned "

27 members, 25 were present Rotary Club will have its traditional Bachmann came up with joy something home-made of !his parents' Mr. and edge of Hampton has been i! from a trip to North Carolina. AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE ;
giving an attendance averageof Fish Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons -I' : '
Fry and Awards third-hish score. during their stay here. Mrs.- Charlie -McGlave. He ac- looking somewhat undressed I S64.26QIJ. ,
92.59 per cent.- Night. The affair will be held The Duplicate Club meetsat .News- .From Si. Anne's. i romnanied them to Keystone the l last few weeks while the I recently spent three;I: : '(

Visiting Rotarians were,Col. at: Keystone,:City Beach. .- 7:30: each Friday evening, Them l1IY ,covered .dlsh [.Heights, when they returned new owner. Carl Brown has, weeks in North and South i I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Harold Ashley :of the; South Scrying, will begin at 530; and at 10 each Wednesday suppercjll _be. held, putdoors from, their vacation on Friday, been rebuilding it* Since he ; Carolina, Virginia Maryland:'I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Jacksonville}),, and .Sam Wprtljmentioning is the weather permitting} at ..theL. F. and Connecticut. They visited
; ; morning, and you may attend July 6. The, McGlaves visitedin purchased the home Starke, Fla.
Barnes ;of 'H1e, ChaJtahqochee fact that ordinary frozen fish either or both sessions depending -[ ._ P. LaMee. home on take the 'PhnadeIDh, ;Pa. and P. Lotts he has torn off the Mrs. Lee Williams a former SERVICES

Club.. 'Guest fJt ,Roy, TOki t i will not be seryed. Instead, on how ,much you enjoy '' Keystone; .at 6:30 p.m Wednesday ,Wilmington. Del. areas. stqcco, walls with now only Melrose resident in Bridgeport RENTAL Crutches

wa$, hij ahdn1.Edwipest.After !: I f he.. "R o tafians! Jwye on order bridge. Sessions are held at St. [, ,.July 18. Hostesses,will Kitty .McGlave tells us she I the! framework of studs, roof'l| Conn. Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, _
300- of fresh red I be Airs. LaMee, Mrs. Arnold arid Mrs. C. B. Sampson is in 1 .. .
fh$41! ,/ .all.. details pounds' 'snapper William's Recreation Hall. t had a nice chat. via telephone. I floors left before -
concerningthe swlriiming pro- fillets. In addition, there Bus Association I,Larsen, and Mrs. C. J,..O'COAnQr. with Pat Pawlikowski and ing the walls and refinishing II Bradford County Hospital.r I

gram and jfce, Jishr .fry.., thp I .will i be hush-puppies, baked To Meet SoonA .Marv Smulski. during the begin. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson BRING THE

membership listened to ,a re- beans, and .cole slaw all prer meeting of the Keystone Tod Wayne, the infant son .McGlaves stay in Wilmington.The ,J. C. McAlhany Jr., of I I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Log- EoNrJn: FAMILY!
pared right there in front of of Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Elder in i i I sdon and children Mrs. Ethel
corde4 talk Vy NJtishrC.! La-. Heights-Bradford Bus Association !- Pawlikowskis 'and Mrs. Reevesville, S. C.
harry of '!Mi .-'the ,presidentof ypur .:eyes.'h! price for all will be' held at- 8 p.m. .was. baptised during the Pawlikowski's'\: mother. Mary Hampton with the J. W. Gress Mrs. O. T. Robinson,
this will be $1.25 for adults service Sunday. Jute] 8.Mr. "J. ;i Mrs. Andy Dunk and son and' r ODd.y"
Rotary-International, which ; Tuesday July 17 in the auditorium oij 8 *i. are former Keyston-! Hornes last week, enroute "
was quite thought-provoking. 75s for children. Good coffee of Clay Electric Co ., and! Mrs. Mike Hanks and ,ers, who were transferred to home from Clearwater. i t Misses Anna Belle and Reda

On July 13. the Club.willtake goes with the meal, too. Des- operative. All parents whose Lawrence LaMee. were the Tennessee last fall, sand more Barbara and Patty Johnson I Robinson of Palatka spent the I

a guided tourptte Keystone efts consisting of homemadepies children are attending Starke G dp rents. recently to Wilmington, where spent.a week'recently at Camp 4th with Mrs. E. W. Steinert.Mr. Swim In The Best Water In Florida

Egg Cooperattve'plant.. and cakes will be on sale High School are urged to at- i There Till be -a Confjrma"tion they lived prior to-comingjo 'Gilead near Polk City, returning and Airs. Bunyon Kelley 0 WATER SKIING 0 DELICIOUS FOODS

A Date to' Remember for those who think they can tend. Class at 10 a.m. on Saturday Keystope.VYIVyvvvvyyyyyyyyyyyy., Saturday a week ago. spent. Tuesday in Gainesville. FISHING S PREMIUM BEERS
hold a little more. July 14. Norman .and I Edwin Rothhamrner spent DRINKS
Take your red pencil and! Lions Install Officers Mrs. Marklee; BOWLING 0 SOFT
the Week with his grandparents -
make a big red ring ;arpund Smart people will buy their The Keystone Heights Lions PersonalsMrs. Mrs. C. R. Cox drove to Gainesville i S DANCING 0 MUSIC
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wes-
tickets now from any Rotar- installation Josephine Oakey :who Sunday afternoon to
held a combination -
July 20, on calendar.
your _
This is because July 20 will ian. They may be purchasedat dinner and ladies came to Keystone Heights on HAMPTON visit,' Mrs. Carl Clarke' and new ley, in Ganiesville. KINGSLEY BEACH"ON

the gate- but don't wait i I night on July 9 in the Masonic Jan. 2. left on Monday July daughter. BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE"

too long, because only 1,000 Hall. Dinner was preparedand 9. for the North. She planneda By.Mrs. D. E. Hill Phyl! Meng and Debbie KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

tickets haye been printed and ,served by the Junior Wo- visit with her son, Lt. JohnD. .i'L r Hill spent last week at Cherry COMMUN1T1 CHURCH
: ,
? g1tgill' when they are gone so are man's Club. Oakey at Camp LeJeune, LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL Lake 4-H Camp, near Mad- Summer schedule through'
your chances of. enjoying a N. C. where his Marine Re-
Past District Governor Wal-
To Inoculate Dogs ison.Mr. June July and August: Sun- ZIKE DECORATING SHOP
famous Rotary fish dinner. ter Lee of Gainesville installedthe serve Unit- is spending two Here Saturday and Mrs. S. R. Wallaceof day School 8:45: a in. Sunday'';
GLASS When everyone has had weeks. She also planned to : Miami visited here Monday
,{R1C BOHO.I following officers for the This. Saturday; morning Services 10 a.m.KEYSTONE i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4505
enough to eat swimming stop in Washington D. C. the
( BOATS new year: Charlie McGlave for with V. J. Slades. Mr. and !
July 14, 'R_
awards will be given to those re-elected president Tommy a tour of the White House. S. Mullins veterinarian .irs- Wallace and children are & Aids
; Her .,will be at the Ham ? HEIGHTS : Paints Painting ,
Millican 1st vice itinerary includes a visit moving to Waldo. --
ton. City Hall
at .
Dick Spence-Thomas 2nd vice in Livingston, N. J., where she inoculate 10 ajn. to Marcia ;Kay Jimmy and Pat- DURALJTE! O DU PONT

president; Joe Wildt reelected will be a guest at the seventh dogs against rabies. ty Slade, children of Mr. and I Dr. A. C. Holt Minister :
I All qog owners are urged to WALL PAPER f WALLTEX 0 CON-TACT
secretary; George Massa birthday party of her twin I make "sure theil' Mrs.--Vernon lade are spending Mrs. George A. Canovp, Organist -

treasurer; Carl Benson Lion granddaughters. She will go these shots, pets have several days in Hampton and Director : Custom Made Drapes & Traverse Rods
tamer; Joha Beidler, tail from there to her home in I unless they have !at the V. J. Slades while their. Richard Cushman, Youth Dir.i
tq already been
twister; Bill Beam finance Boston and then on a vaca- the inoculated within parents are in Panama City. Sunday ::School 9:45: f. m, Plants Plant Foods FertilizersYard

- 1 1tel \ chairman; George Schaefferand tion trip to Old Orchard! The last city year.of I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Schup- Morning Worship 11 a. m. Tools Insecticides .-,. $undry Items
Hampton has
George Phelps directors. Beach Maine. ert pf Ft. Lauderdale visited Youth People 7 p.m. Pioneers ;'I

President McGlave appointed Mrs. Alma Frost a Keystone an not ordinance inoculated that any dogs. [ last week near Hampton with I 6 p. m.FIRST. I'' CONTRACTING
tel may be impQimded '
committee chairmen for Heights Winter resident left her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I
the coming year and assigned June 20 for Medway Mass. to Recent M. lade, and Mrs. Slade returned B3PTISTK.EYSTONE i Phone Day 4505 Night 4417

_______ members to the various com pend the summer with her Dog ,.Polso'ingsPieie4 'to Ft. Lauderdale with HEIGHTS

_ mittees. son and brother. Mrs. David at Council them for a"yjsitBy I ,. ,
Nelsqn, 'accompanied her Several l cent dog p iSon I Y'YTTYTTTTT.T1 I J. R. Smith pastor Ralph
William Lee showed a film as I 'YKY7Y
far Jacksonville. ipgs in and around! Hampton i | Copeland. Minister of Music\
on the Eye Bank which was as I I
I. I of special interest to the club Mr. and Mrs. William Moj! were the main topic of busi- j{ | and church organist. = HEAt-TH FACTS

iI i iI I since sight conservation is a II yetta, wh 'have been guests j!; le! .$ at the Hampton city" I Services: Sunday School by.., ..
lac-jfcting '" /
I I leading project of Lions Intern at the 'White Feather Court i I I on July 3; 19:15 i : a. m. Morning Worship ; .-W I.
According; tQ reports, 16 Mrs. AlicetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAA Robhamme ::: 10:50 m. Training Union, I Dr/H.
tlonal. After the film for the; past' five weeks, left : a. ,-f :. GBoiUngerHow
dogs have, died from poisqn? :17:00: p. m. Evening services ,
_ Saturday morning for their -
there .
was a question and an- .
I 1 __ home in Elyria Ohio. ing )within twp,w eka previous XiV:>Arf* -i --' I 8:00: p. m. You are invited to : many people do you.know who
swer period.It
was announced that the Bobby and Joanne;) Anderson I|I *Q the ,aeei T4f. ThPSe':.tkep 'ADKINS'LPGSDQNA, I share family Prayer time withus. __.4- have always enjoyed good health until
I to dinner for Miss Joyce _
new board of directors would of Tampa, are spending this veterinarians were reported -_ one day they had aa,accident, they were
I to killed Adkins and William Logs-
!g meet at 7:30 p.m., July 16, in week and next with their have be n' with] I rushed to the hospital in, the exrtte-
don, who. will be married next
{4Tphnine on bones. and ST. ANNK'S EPISCOPAL
the Lions Den.CHUItCII. aunt their Mrs. Lena Clemens and ground .nvat, placed .;.within|Ii ]: Thursday:! will be' given Friday -i! CHURCH KEYSTONE Dr. Bollinger nient; were, examined; and dismhfifd"
cousins Johnny and
NEWS George Alien at HillcrestThe ;i easy reach of the animals.. night after the wedding. with the diagnosis "nothing"fong"; yet the patient could

1 I St. Williams Church Andersons are here for The county sheriff's office .rehearsal at the Episcopal Rev. Wm. Worstall, VLar never regain his strength and one ailment after another

How FAR Do YOU Look Ahead? Tuesday morning masses the Rotary Swimming Pro has been investigating the Church at the home of Mrs.E. \, Daily Morning Prayer, 7:00: eventually developed. The foot Is that the accident produced *

-. r I : during .the summer begin, at gram. i matter since 'that'time; especially W.- Steinert by the groom's | am. Daily Evening Prayer. 5 pressure on vital nerves that sapped the patients
."7'7\0 next 'year's vacation? 8 a.m. I to prevent the mother. Mrs. Ethel Gress. :j p.m. Sunday 9:30: a.m. :
Mr. and Mrs. George Fort- possible I energy and graduatly impaired function! of vital organs
I to buying a home of your own? The White Elephant Thrift ner and three children of poisoning of children as A bachelor's party was given j' Holy Eucharist on 1st and i'! until a variation of ailments! ,} developed and in 'many cases:
_A i Shop is and wejl l as to stop further for William Logs; on Saturday 3rd Sundays each montb.
open every Friday poisoning -
business for
to going into yourself? Jacksonville have been vacar premature death resulted.
at Daytona Beach |>y Morning Prayer on 2nd and ,
Saturday from 9 until 5 pf ,
,1 i to college education for children? a.m. tioning at White Feather pets.
S a :your Russell Dougherty and the No examination Is complete (that doe not locate nerve
l p.m. Come in and see how Court. It was recalled that a similar -
J 11 S to financial independence for your much a small amount of mon- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K s epidemic pf xiog-poison- groom's brother Richard Log jRestaurant. I, pressure. Your Chiropractor LH the only poctor equipped &

I retirement years? ey can buy. All parishioners Ballou and son Clarence HI, ing was experienced in Hampton sdon. Also honored at the 1 skilled in locating & removing nerve pressure.' See him to

;c No matter WHAT your goal may be.' your FIRST are' urged to save their reusable of Pensacola have been spending several years ago. party was Richard Dougher- LAWRENCE'S DINETJEJ, day. You will be surprised what he can do far you even

is the clothing appliances several weeks at White The lack ,of swimming facilities ty who will be married in Au- Good Food Cold Beer,: after other methods have faUt>d. Phone 964-2881 for an ap.
step same: Open a savings ,account in this .
U, : Feather Court.-Mr, Ballou an in. this area, since the gust.A pointment before your ailment progresses to the point of
bank. Then and SUNDAYS
; persistently add to UNWANTEDHAIR employee of'esem Electric. closing of ;aa ptOn'Lake to coffee was given Thins OPEN "no return." .
your savings. The formula for "making dreams any,public swimming was discussed I day for Mrs. Allen Graham i 11A.M.To9P.M.

I come true" Is as simple as that. Try it. and see OFF! Bell's has been,,long,working- istance on dialing.Southern: by the council but no I who is moving to Winter Park i|I Hy. 21-Keystone Heights The Bollinger Clinic is open evenings tin 8:30.:

for yourself! solution to the problem was !: at the home of Mrs.: Cecil R.: I I
'tE Capt. ,and Mrs., Richard I.. :
foimd. Hook. About 30 friends of the i
I FOREVER AndersQn of Lawton, Okla. -
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Edmund left for home on Monday, All councilmen were present J. departing resident attended. I Ji
DwyerELECTROLOGIST fpr the meeting as well as Winners of the Melrose
July 2. after spending three
I weeks with Mrs. Anderson's Mayor M. L. Watterson Clerk Duplicate Bridge Club for last KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS uai MELROSE

MEMBER F.D.I.C. 107 W. University Ave I mother Mrs. Aughtry Vance. W. H- Maxwell and MarshallW. .week include the following: i

A Friendly! Bank in A Friendly Community Ph. FR 2-8039 G'ville. Mrs. Anderson will be remem.- M. Phillips.Personals First ,place, ,Mrs- W. J. Gro-

Keystone ,Heights; Fla. Keystone Hts. Ph. 4379BcMtihg's I bered as the former Ann -< lick and Mrs ,C. Maxson; second -
I .. Vance. Visitors' at the. C. C.. Cannon place Mrs. Roland Bryan j BUSINESS I DIRECTORY
and Mrs. Val Givens; third
home in Hampton this
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Tomes I
... ,. .... Mrs W-. H.. Davie; and I
: ; ... and two daughters have ju4 we'ejp are Mr. Cannon's son- 'I I ,
r in-law and daughter. Mr.tand Mrs.. Allen Graham; fourth I -
returned from Clara
City, children Mrs. Bob Hollis and!JFLOltlST i,NURSERY James: H. McEachern
1$ Minn., their former home. Mrs Ray;Farley and place _
During their visit attended of Corpus Christi, Texas. Miss Bessie Rutherford. : Clemens Realtor
the they Mr. and Mrs. .Jack Hoffman Mrs Arthur. Rhpads of1 j I Edna Williams NurseryOver i
wedding Mrs. and Jacksonville spent the week- i NUBSESf 600 Varities of I I'.ot
Tomes' sister Gert Peters children of Chattanooga on WHITE SAND LAKE
who became Tenn.: ,spent last end.with her sister' Mrs. O. T.I| FLOWERS Shrubs Trees ttoustsplants''i $2,250. Also lots and homes on
the bride of Mr. i
.... Citrus, Azalea PalmsHiway
week here with Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. j For AH QceUelrose I other lakes.
Tomes' brother, Joe Tomes. '
Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley' Phone: GR 5-2331 100 at Hillcreat
Jeffrey Baker and family. Mrs-* j
Mrs. Rand Edelstein and
I Hoffman and Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Crawley's sister, '... 3'2 Mile East of
are -
son left for their home in F$. '
I Mrs. F. E. Wilson,spent Wed INSURANCE Keystone Height I Contact Edna Martin AIboclat.l.JAMES .
seT! ,,
Bragg N. C. on Tuesday after 4" I U- -
bnard nesday with Mr. and Mrs. I J4Mthe c
Mrs.' Parker drove toValdpsta : IL
visiting for two weeks in NURSERY STOCK j
and of Haw << .Insurance
Ga. fOr the weekendto Fred Moody ( ,
Keystone Heights with Rand P. 0. Box 163. Phone 4106
Jr's grandparents. Mr. and bring' "1i daughter, MaryAlice thorne. Agency Azaleas SOc t op I Keystone Heights, Fla.
I It Mr sam Gardner, and SParker, home after a .I.aiand Mrs. Wolbert. Mr. 3' to i' Azaleas Special $%,OO ea...
Maj. i Mrs.: G. W, Van Netta.. Genertl.Insurance I
two weeksvisit there with her and ., Landscaping Material'Available
and Mrs. Bert ....
Christoffers.Jr. Fire Bond*
Young Rand's 'aunt, Mrs. Vasco Busey. and Maj. E., A.. VanNetta, allpf -'rAllied alty ilnetKeystone See Oar Plants Befot Tea Bay ,
father Lt
Edelstein. was on maneuversin Mr.' and Mrs-. W. A. Virnau Gainesville and Mr. andMrs. Heights. 2731 0. C. Carnes Nursery! S. E. McKay\ Realtor
and! 1ri+,and Mrs. Ralph Bo- Robert Carter pf Fort : '
Virginia the
past two Florahome 684-4665
weeks. : 'linger icjf Sea11. Texas, and! Pierce spent the 4th with Mr. -"-' -To [Lake front Property. Home

I Mr. and Mrs. XI. P. Livingston and Mrs. E. L V n. etta. When It Comes Acreage.
Mr. and Mrs.
of Tallahassee all visited Mrs. J. V. Whiting! and PACKAGE STORE
; ola, of Zanesville, Ohio are! I GO .BST J4S !
week in f
daughters spent.a;
here durjng the. weekend last .
__ visiting with their soninlawand weekFitnvtheir: aunt JIrE T. Geo. E. LaRus: Shaughnessy! ,'i .t1it Ifdfbtf-Ph., 071

-- -:-- --U----- Mrs. daughter William ,Worstall the Rev., at an4 the ?C.Brown/,. -- Georgia.and_ Mrs. Stephen Ashley i .KeystoneHeiffhUi PACKAGE STOBB 1 .&a .

J and on pf Memphis, Tenn. For IRAVELEflS OPEN 8A.M..12P. ),I. DAILY: .i. -
Wonderful AJL
: Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson
1 ; at Melrose Marine vicarage The O'Connor on Jasmire children Ave. otSk; Petersburg spent thf are visiting their parents Mr..' ,Insurance Company J CLOSED 8100)41'1ICmtone Wmfr H. .. ,

are .and Mrs. C. U. Ashley .andMr. Home-Owners Melrose
1hef!' g wbrfcj jjf fun on the water awaiting you at Frank Bennett's Melrose busy coming and going. Saif rent weekend. .Mr.(here and- ,.witb'Mrs., her 1,!. pa-M. ,and Mrs.. Roy ,Samson.Mrs. ,I' Autotpol4jeTT !" flre AJQ Highway .RAWfQ
Lou has just returned
Marine..Either! : the 16 ft. '% fl.craft which sells at $795.00 (left) or from Matchet .John Simmons, and j.6 2.-P.J ; 4325, NHe BIDe Pine Packga Store t Bar

- __I! the 14 ft. >Y.eflcraft (right) which is $495 will give you many season's of the two preeks Gulf! at Cjunp p Weed on here children of Orlando spent the)i-_--1 ..... .. .. II lee South I, (.'c: lIeJ, ,A4t, frpJ-

) thrilling sunun !time'livlng. Both Well crafts are made of fiberglass. Frank Nancy just left near for Carrabelle.two weeks, Mrs.Visiting Minnie .Marcianny Sunday were wtth ,4t& with her parents, 100 jMr j MILL WORK I Lake Properties Acreage -

Bennett's, Melrose Marine, ,established since 1960 can assure you that "no one at Camp Weed, and Billy 11 | her JOn- >law and daughter. :. $., C. A. Ford. Smith of t JCcystone. REAL ESTATE Aanphes: osinesf, City
j Jim .
undersells 3Jeicosfi I Marine"\ All outbo ard motor repair work is fully guaranteed visiting in Arlington, Va. af 'i I Mr.: and Mrs. Wilson May of :Bethany.,Mr. and Okla.Mrs. are visiting I Millwork Homes Rentals

by callingGRanite 5-5701 and Fr ank or Chuck Pardee will. take. care of. ter an exciting plane ride. i Gainesville. Mrs. Srjoith's! grandparents Shop C. J. Pete O'Connor, "We Take A ,Personal Interad

.. you. Stefan Brokas is visiting in Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McEl- 1 Mn: and Mrs. Walter H. Mann. CABINETS DQ0BS _A. In.- 'oJ.-Your" Requirement,
t Melrose\ Marine features the Well craft 14 ft. Ohio after roJand' children WINDOW FEAME3 BEALTOE
; FisljingJBoat at $ 75.00. and Jam/stown a stop- vacationedat Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Midway: !(*yst. Heiffct

_ 12 ft. one at $225, both fiberglass. The Jacobsen Mower center) at $780 per pver ,in Pittsburg. Pa. Cedar-Key' for several days" Ralph Mathews spent Saturday SCREENS REAL ESTATE ..-.- .. Melrose
forms as small tractor,,Other-mowers are $59.95 and'up, at Melrose Marine Jane Stuckey, who spent last week. \ $& ;. *: % with Mr. and :Mrs. W. H.i Trim Materials '!I" .

in Melrose\ -The-"Outboard Motor and Lawn Mower Hospital" adv.-tf last summer in KeystoneHeights ... Darl nj; Norman spent se?- Seaward in Jacksonville. I 'Sub. Ms4e-T.- Order MORTGAGES APTfJUSAtSKeystone .Tifliwpp V--PP.. 4"'

.. ",-,,,- .::,:: '-J ,. ':' -'- : '. was' an- entry, -nth. feral- days lasV .'I" ek:, at Heil- Mrs-.Eunke-Uaier-cJ-Gftin-: |,Keystone Heights- TeL (283,: Heights. Phone 429 GB 6-981

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BAYLESS HIOHWAYCHUBCHtSCBEDLUE : .... '..''.. eI.1.; i..1HIneamHg;; ::: : f:.,: ::9:: ::1.. :' DELICIOUS BLUE RIBBON WESTERN BEEF, .

Sunday School, 10'a, m. .' ; ......:.......... :; : :; ; :J rMf
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. DELICIOUS '

Training Evening+.meeting Service,Union.Wednesday, 7 p.m.8 p.Prayer 7 m.p.- .' CkukIoIogi. U. 39. /A'T.i\ ChuckRoust LB. 49 C I

m. Choir practice. Wednesday. -.. FARMER CRAY

S' p.m. ;t, .. ,:'j: All Ileal Fralks LB. 49 ( A. a 7" CUT BLUE RIBBON WESTERN BEEF

,HOLINESS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH. ; :KC ld C"512.s.pig.49t Rib Roast LB 69c I

324 W. Brownlee St. '
Sunday School 10 a: m. ,

Morning Worship, 11 :a. pa.: /. PRICES AND COUPONS GOOD AT 'Is W9 o n. Boneless CHUCK ROAST .LB, 69t
Evangelistic. Service 7:30: p. .
m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting : > V I 1= ratt

7:30 p. m.. Saturday ; Boneless BEEF STEW LBs 69 c
Youth Service. 7:30: p. ill. .
David T. McGhee. pastor. F 1 / 1


S Miles South on 301 -

Sunday Bible Classes 10 /*,
a. m.; Assembly Worship with
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting TIME. M
Wednesday 7:30: p. m.

Sunday School 10 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 a: m.
Training Union, "7 p. m.
Evening Worship 8 p. m. N4YA II 9
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays,
7:30: p. m. Rev. JoeRoop.GRAHAM '


Sunday School 10 a. m.
.Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Training Union 6:30: p. m.
Evening!! Service 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday. I
p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, '


I war you write. Come in sid With The Purchase of

ESTER-OOH """ Bottle of 250 ((89* Size; ) I I SQUARE CUT FLAVORFUL


168::. 7-15-62

.Cash; balance,Assets. wljh other FREE 50 MERCHANTS lip H I 1 1fUSMO i, BACON SQUARES LB.29

In banks process and. of cash,.collection items. Green Stamps Ji OO MijiOO .

United States Governmentobliiattons 422,582.25,. With The Purchase of .PRICES GOOD .. ::::::::::::::::::.,,,,,,,.,,,,. ._.._.__....._ .
i8 .....
; direct and I t0 WO Ft. Cartons, Fyne Tex ee '* _... .,, .... ::::::::::::::::
guaranteed 1,268,553.57 .. THRU WEEKEND "." ." .. ? ."""""""" "''''''''
Leans and discount (in-, ,1 WAX PAPER g ." QUANTITY mm......:.;:.... ::: ....iI'I.:: :: :: .:.:..;. ': .....::...:. ''iII"; : : "....m..
eluding; no over- 5S :::::: ," -
drafts) 860.2S3.81 H Ou'Regutar'low.Price ., tf; ,' RIGHTS RES. ...... ;;.:...:...;;..; ;;; -'
Bank furniture and fixtures ", 1.. A "'':>''' .. ::::::
I estate'llfi.446.7S owned, 16,446.73'Real t'a.. EXPIRES 7-1 S-6Z G .,..,., : _...I I:!. ...:......... .'....:..,... '.." .". .- ..... *
I' ; .. MILD
premises. 2,892.06 : ==: m;\( ;::T : f; '< ";'::
assets 912.33 a 1I"; tt i i> ... LB. 49t ", 49c


.. .50 Green Stamps. 5 'f.: ?( fJf; > \ '\ SWISS CHEESE 8 OZ.PKG. 33t SHRIMP LB 7'tI
P+raand deposits pf individuals .
.2 With the Purchase of : ..
and' corporations 765795.46; -I Or. Pkg, Tamow,Baked or :" :
Time and savings deposits' .li > < i' / f IARGFHEADWHIPPED; soz
t COD u.
Q1. Individual partnerships COOKED HAM BUTTER 47 FillETS 49c
i and corporations I _, cuP

I Deposits of United States 1,338.465.49. '. At Our Regular I Low Price I.;':: ..::.:." .t. ; MAYFAIRNEWIMCROVED. ................................. :
,I Government savings()including 12,584.70Deposits .' b..:: EXPIRES, 718-62 .01 :.'. .:.. lETTUCE" I, COTTAGE CHEESETHOMPSON 160Z 25 .. ..............:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:.:.:..:.:..:..:::..:....:...,..:.:.:.:..:.:..:.....................

I postal subdivisions of States and 200000.00 political II' m ':., ".';... .. CUP ...........:....:.............. .......' .........:......:.:...:.......:.:.. ........:...:.........*.:...:.:......*....:.:.:.:....:...:.........:...t..
: ..... ..
Deposit* of Banks 10,000.00 ';... ':.-i. .....:.:.:.:. ...:. .. .. ... . '. .:.:.......1..
Other deposits (certifiednd .. ''.':..:.:.o'.:.:.. '.:.:..o'... .:.. .......... ............:.:..
? officers' checks (IJ ......... .................**..................*.e*
TOTAL etc.) DEPOSITS. k '2,350.358.25A 23,512.60: 8 50 Green MERCHANTS Stamps u, \ 's j ; DEWEY FRESH ,:::;.::::::; ;:;.::; : .*.::;.;,:.*.::*e::

( ) Total demand

f(H deposits801,892,76). Total Time And _, Wrtfe !fie Purchase of 24 Oz. dyi'

savings deposits 1548465.49 i Mr Plain! or Marble King
Other liabilities 43,954.24 Size't
At Our Regular low Price
Capital Aet'nate ''* .* aoZ.
I Common par value Stock$100,000.00 total :V' i-*'; .Iii. EX.O'87-18'62 DRESSINGS 3 BTL5 99,
Capital 100,00a.b0SnrpIUQ .
;n,4)nn )(\! r,
Undivided profits 27J4J.2S
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'ACCOUNTS 177,343.:6TOTAL .
IHilllpiMtsicjfiiiii ,
t.; ,

2.571.653.75 m iiitOH II

11erarsada .
Assets pledged or astgn-
ed to secure liabilitiesand
for other purposes -
'j 43,051.5Loans t lifiAi
as shown above are
after deductions of
valuation reserves of 23,932.5' I
I, Norman H. Willis Exec. I
Vice. Pres. of the a.bovenamedbank
do solemnly affirm that
this report of condition is true
and correct, to the best of my
knowledge, and belief.
i Norman H. Willis
1 E.. M. :Brinson LIMIT i liwip iQijefitiH
H. H. Adam '. !.'; Oiw"
Hollis V.: Knight V
State 'of Florida. .
I County of Bradford. SE. GALVANIZED
$worn to and subscribed be- LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED 59f G.
}ore me this Cth day of July, : MAXWELL
UI!, and I hereby certify that USE's REG 52.39
I am not an officer or- director. PEACH PIE & fiE 49 FtMmmmmmm GARBAGE CAN
of this bank. $189
SEAL) Jean O. Norman \. ;
.Notary Public. State of Florida >

.U My, at 1965 large.commission expires. Feb.' B MERCHANTS ., FOR GOOD GROOMING

1mTU'E TAX OF-APPLICATIONFOR DEED 1 g With The Purchase Creea Sunpi of' ',. VASELIN I E HAIR TONICFRmEl 73 SIZE S'9'

8.e. 114.10F.H, l.. C
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Pint Real Kill. '8 f.l.: m .' .
that Ann Bissell the holder of
the following certificate has i BUG 1 :
filed said certificates for KILlER. i i .
a tax deed to be Issued thereon. At Our Regular low Pric lB. ASST. i ::- :-:::"; : ,' :-' :;':;-": '. Ji
The certificate numbers and '\ '" EXPIRES : ::,. LIMIT 1 59 CHICKEN BEEF IC) D g a VACUUM OR
7-18-62 _
years of issuance the description : 303 CAN WHo KERN.
of the property, .land theacmes k iif, G :..5: WITH $ 2.50 CAN TURKEY HAM ROSEDALE OR 3M CR' STYLE
In which It. was assessedare '. FOOD ORDER '

Certificate as follows NX: 57 Year. .of..Issuance \ FROZEN
I 1956.Description \ LIMAS-CORN
of Property W% FREE : .
of of
SEVi SEU' and SEUof -
SEH of SE V See. 4 T 7S R 28 E. Greea Stamps .. .
t Name in which assessed Dr. \ ,
'. "
E.: M. Webster. With Hi* Purchase of .OFFEEcAN49t. 2 11 OZ.; 8 9
I All of said property nelBsr In m i .ti PKCS 7 CAHSKtLLSDALEHAWAIIAM $100 :
of the Florida.County of Bradford. :tate. Taro 3V* Oz. Pkgs.7ARNOW a : ..: :

Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or certificates according CHIP BEEF&. &o ... ,. ..,.,. ::l't >t- .

to in law such the certificate property described or- At Our Regular low Prk f .;. : UBBrS FROZEN LIMEADE OR PINK OR'REG. ',- .

house highest certificates door bidder on will the be at first sold the Mondayin to court the EXPIRES 718-62 24. . -. ?:?'., LEMONADE 9 601.CANS 99 SlI.PINEAPPLE! 3csst'i.

of which r .. .
Month August 1J6S. "
I is the I day of August 19(2. "'tf"I1- .-, .,_;,
Dated this: 25. day of June LADY .
1982. TIDE FAIR JCED 3S --- rj

Bradford CHARLE Clerk of$Circuit County A. DARBT Court Florida.of. ID'1S' BAR :CAKE 18oz'29 COTTON MOPS--< took Matches 225c '

t-.5 4t 7.26 .ti" .fe, -. ,_': 35 PULLMAN wELCfGRE-- -- FYNE BAKE YELLOW WHrTE'DEYlUlFOOOMARBLEISPICfMciH I .

'-_.----.IS;. -S--- -___. WHITE---- BREAD- .2'.-:- Y6 35- < '" .cGRAPE DRINK 3'QTs.89; CAKE B0A 4 10nT BOXB' BLSB.SA 11J% --/. '


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'.TYY. ..YT. Y1 ring, and bouquet! decorated Mrs. Lester Hardee, Sr. of'1 rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl- N. Norman and Mrs- H.: 'M. i(la and file< the original in the 10 Elk SUNNY ACRES S/D.

the gift table./ 1 Jacksonville offjce (!t-: ,\l1eQ ClerK of the Cir Xame in which- assessed Fan .
grandmother ofi ,
I '
i McRae last'week were Mr. and cuii'CouPt on or before the 30 .
I i nie
.BROOK.ER Punch' was, served from a : Miss Bigham, Mrs.,Frank Tinny -] Bayless Hiway ;i Mrs. O. E. Pitcher of 'Jacksonville day of July. 1962 of : otherwisehe I All CrummeL of said property being in: CHICKEN PLATE c 'l1'$ O
allegations said Complaint, '
crystal bowl centered on a'! of Gainesville, Mr!. Mar-j] the County of Bradford Mate
J .,. I will be taken as confessed by: i t .
: I table covered with white linen. ,,"I .t, ., Mr. and Mrs. Homer of Florida.
By Shirley" Green f\ via Hazen, Mrs. V. V. Hazen1 | '' :: you. I I Unless such certificate or certificates -; \
..' | AVbund the bowl was a gar- I Misses Carol Ward Barbara I B1 :} rs: O. E. CrosbyIAAkA&&AA1AAAAAAAAALL& I Sterns of Tavares Mr. and j. This notice shall be published I I shall be redeemed according -, Salad, F. Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee! :
each week for four
once I
.. consecutKe -
..U. .j. U.-. iL '! land of kern and ivy and' it BUnkenship, and Gail Andrews : : Mrs. B. J. Eggers of JackSonville weeks: in the BRADFORD i to in taw such the certificate property described orj-

:M1s eDaneiJus Shower was flanked wifh crystal candelabras all of Starke. 1! COUNTY TELEGRAPH II I certificates will be sold to the: SHRIMP or OYSTER PLATE $1.10
and Mr. Egger's' ,
holding blue candles. CharchNews, mother : Dated this 26 day of June highest bidder at the e,'urt'' (
., For 3D:>s Bit ham i, Personals .fts.- Eggers of I 1462. house door on the first Monday Salad F-Fries Rolls Tea or Coffee .
: The .hostesses presentedMiss We had a large crowd at Chester Ill.OTICR i -, CHARLES A. DARBY. in Month of August. 1962, which : ,
A miscellaneous shower Bigham with several I i Mrs. Bryan Cornwall and church Sunday and Sunday !cLerk. jjf the Circuit Court. is the 6 day of August12.. : uD.g
given last .. children of Columbus, Ga. i .*.. DyrMaaian L. CfSjby, Dated this 25 day of June BLUE CHIP CLO ; .,
was .Friday night "
pieces of Revere War ; night. Don't forget to attend ,' 3 -.,.. Deputy Clerk. ,1962. .NDAY
S at the BrookerJ Community were visiting her mother, Mrs. : the Associational Revival star- > ,APPLICATION (SEAIVx ?; CHARLES A. DARBY ,

Center' 'honoring Miss* ry Hostesses for the occasion'!I W T Blair, last week. i ting July 16 in the High FO.R''fif'r-tt-UC' \'X HEED P.S. GREEX.Attftrneyje* *.' .' Clerk of Circuit Court of l2 JULES NORTH OF. STARKE ON HY. 16
were Mrs. Warren Mizelle, Bradford County, Florida
J Jane Bigham, bride-elect of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis School stadium. .L ':' I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" I Sla: river, Florida j3It 7-26 -
that .Ann ni
Ernest Edwards t "sell th* holder
Mrs.. Mrs. of I 6-2S 4t 7-19
:Stanley, Green. ', I and family of Starke and': PersonalsMr. ..:. I the following;; certificates has I
Bobby Dyal Mrs. M. O. Har-
j naid i certificates fori -=---
: The center wiaC: beautifully Mrs Amanda Lewis spent the and Mrs. Bobby Crosby( I r '
rell. 'Mrs. W. H. Hayes.. Mrs. a tadeed to I* {g-nied thereonThe I OT'F: 'I''I'I
decorated .in a blue and white Malcolm Lewis, Miss Virginia ;i weekend. at the Oklawaha Ri-I and baby of,:Gainesville, :Mr.' certificate numbers and i ::iOT cfu' IS HERE.BY GIVEN

.color motif. '' '1 Parrish, MrsGuy Harr ll. I r[ ver.Mr. and >Mrs.: Lee Flakes ,and. his, years tion of of the issuance property the. and descrip 1hf'naniu I, tn that engage the undersigned in business ,under desiring the j
i. brother Mr. and Mrs: Robert In which it was assessed' I Vacation Paint SaleSpecials
A centerpiece 'featuring a. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, flclftidus name of "WHITE-
are follows'
as : I
Jacksonville 1 HEAD' BROTHERS",
Butler of e were at P.O
Vide and groofli. -wedding Out of town. :guests .were Jr., Pat and Billy returned. Certificate Xo. 62 Tear of Issuance : Box. 106 Starke. Florida. (1102:!
.... I 1 last: week from al trip to Lon- guests of Mr. and, Mr .' C, C. 1956"Description! i Colley Road) intend to register ,
._______ ( i Crosby the Fourth of July. i of Property Com the"said* name with the Clerk
don. Hamilton and Bobcayon, > I
I at SE Cor of N of XE'4 of ofithe Circuit Court of Bradford
Ontario, Canada. .1 Misses Sharon. Shirley, and XWi.of XWU and 'run :X 108 tCountv. Florida. i All Paints and Painting Tools
Shelia Woods and LaDonna ft for POrt then W 50 ff. X 100 I .,.;1. K. AYHITEHEADJfAJTlJAXD i on
1 Mrs. J.H.. Sullivan and ft .E.Sfl ft 100 ft to POD Sec. WHITEHEAD
/ Gas Genie says: Adams of Jacksonville spent 25 T 8 '!< H. 22:'E. &-21.4t 7-12 I
I children: were visiting the O.j Prices Good Friday --Saturday
the weekend with Miss Janice Xame in which' assessed .Ad- ; i --
C. Philman family die Lee Dans
;: Conner at her lake home. All ot said' property being in :
day In Gainesville.Mrs. wednes-I' NOTICE :
t I : Mrs. Fred Broadwell of the' County of Bradford. State i XOTICE IS HEREBY O1'E.i i Fume and :Mildew Resistant
: : Irene Wichard of Florida $6 59'ouse
Jacksonville was visiting her :, that the undersigned, desiring I SWP H Paint .
I Unless such certificate or certificates -I to in business .
engage under the I Regular $7.85-SPECIAL
turn to N. C is. relatives'in
es visiting
,parents.. Mr. and'Mrs. L. A.I! shall be redeemed according fictitious name of "BEAUTI
Union County and her to law the property described PLEAT", at Route 1. Box !12.
;1 ,Crosby, S iturdar. ,Miss 9lo ia in such certificate
Starve Florida, intend $
; MODERNHith 'nephew 'and Wile, ,Mr. and Crosby returned to her home : oeHiftcates will te sold to the the said name with to regIster the- Super Kern Tone Regular $6.59-SPECIAL .: 5.19

Mrs. Eudell .Vaughn, 1'and. after' week with highest bidder at the courthouse Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
.v spending a door
I onthe firrt Monday ford County, Florida. .
daughters. Mr: and Mrs. Broadwell.Mr. in Month of August. 11 2, whichis SOXIA SMITH
d : Mrs. Edd Polk and Mrs. C. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal, ,the 6 dax-..of, AuRTi'sf 11! $2. TED :M. .SMITH GLoGallon-Reg. $9.69$7.69 Qt--He $2.92 $2.29
; ; I :
.j I' t : Dated this 23:i day -of June, 6-21 4 --12NOTICE KEM
it., Uk;, I: J. Tetsone and:Patty attended and children of Lawtey were.. 196. !. SPECIAL SPECIAL ". ",
{ '. the funeral of .B.Stokes i riHRLEs A, DARBY I
f trfH guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry I
Clerk of Circuit Court of Of' APPLICATIONFOH
: I' J' Hithnatural in Jacksonville. Satur. Dyal Wednesday night. Bradford County,' Florida I TAX IIKKU: Top Quality Masonry Paint $3,98
: 1 I 7-5 4t ':-2Ir' ""-* .. Weather Clad
11".11 ,
: '
:/ ;. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rauler- Regular $6.15-CJ.OSE OUT -
% 4-olL..I !t- .: : and Mrs. Murval High- Son and"babi of Gainesville i; that Ann Bissell the holder of I '

: ,, .. '-f.... wood and family of Anderson., attended' church at Bay ess I XOTICK: OF Appi.icjrrtexFOR the .following certificates has DISCOUNT ON ALL OTHER .
CM.! T.t- IJFKB1XOTICK : filed 1(8 aid certificates for II |
: .- .. Ind. were visit iigifi., and Hfiway{: ,Sunday ,and were dm- j S,..... 11.I6. .. !t. I a tax deed to be issued thereon I Ii Ij ao 1%

'I Mrs. Fred McDavid and_ family ...- ner guests, of. her parents, Mr. IS HERKBY'niVnV.that j The certificate numbers and : : SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS
A. Cox the 'holder of '
Ray of iasuaiu the
': years dt''l'riptlon' -:
last week. and Mrs. J., R.. Kelly. I the follow'Ing certificates has I I I of the property, and the ', I.
,1 gas I Mrs. Mattie Sowell returned '. Mr.: and- Mrs. Edward Nor-] filed said certificates, fora I names in which it was assented !I PLIO-VIN Int'r Rubber Base Reg. $4.55 NOW $3.33
tax deed to be issnetf thereon. are as follows: j
,, Thursday after, a four weeks 1 man attended the birthday j The certificate numbers and Certificate Xo. 10 Year. of Issuance I -
: 4: visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.: W. dinner for 'Mr. John McKinney I years of issuance;' the description 196.DesiptIon. [ PLIO-TONE Semi-Gloss Enamel Reg. $6.25 NOW $5.29

You can lead a modern, carefree, life today when Forsythe in Plant City Mr. at Graham,Sunday. We names of in the which property it was and assessed the of XEi. of XEi4 of Property X ofSt..V Rd:VI*I Qf.( Reg. $1.95 NOW $1.69

you have Natural Gas doing your work it's soS and Mrs. Ralph Gray in Wau- join in wishing Mr1. McKinney are" a 8 followsCertiifcat -' Sec. 16 T. 7 S. R. 20E. : ''I
Xo. 28 Year of Issuance Xame in which assessed J. \V.Thomas. i CLOSE OUT 61 Colors Plio-Vin Qt. $1.09 Gal. $2.79
much faster, cleaner and more economical. And too, chula. and Mr. and Mrs. Pur- many more happy birthday 11 137.Description! ; Plio-Tone $1.19 Gal.$3.9

you have no' delivery or storage problems ,. it's 1 vis Thomas ,Avon Park,, .Mr. and Mistake Parrish of Pro1)l'rtCom All\ of said firopertv being in : Qt. .
I NE of of XE' and
'at cor SEVi the County of Bradford. State
always thetewh: ii you need .it. Switch today, .. Mr. and Mrs- Alan Mess- of"Winter Garden.. and Cyril I run, AT 350;; ft S'1&5 ft. for POB of Florida i I PLIO VAC Ext'r Masonry Paint Qt. Reg. $1.50 NOW $1.29
you'll be glad ':'you did. more of Ocala were visiting Parrisharid grandparents, ': thence S 50..ft E 150 ft. N. 50 -'enless.ueh. certificate or ct'r- ; NOW
: ft W 150 ft. to POB In' Sec: 29 tifitatrs shall\ be redeemed according -' { Gal. Reg. $5.20 $4.46
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Parrish of Lin1den j "' ,
I' T. I fi: S; R 23 E. to law th property\ : described -
urday. 'spent Friday": night with]! Xame in which assessed. L. M. in s-uth certificate or : VARTUNG White House Paint Reg. '$5.50 NOW $4.68
STARKE GAS Mrs. Ozena McCallister and Rev. and 'Mrs. -C. A., Crosb : 'G tlin. certificates will be sold to the
HATURJL All of aid property being in I II highest bidder at the courthouse
daughter. Iris ,and\,:Mi. and They were." ,: ,enroute, to Look-- i.I the County of Bradford. Stateof ; door 'on the first Monday 6' STEP LADDER Reg. $7.80 SPECIAL $4.99

CITY HALL FPHONE 964-1301 Mrs. :Pope Mathenia of Gain- out ,Mountain; 'for ,a ten-day II UnlessLsuch Florida.; certificate or certificates isltlus-6 InMontb.ofAugust.: !i day. of August 1962, ,1962 which:! _. "': SPECIAL 99c
: CAULK GUN Reg. $1.79
I -
esvffle 'visited Mrs. Rosa Pin- vacation. ], shall be redeemed ac Dated this 25; day of June
I'I law the roprty described ,
-,I holster last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews' :, cording) in such certificate or .p9-*4... .C'H.\nLE$ A. DAUBY CAULK CARTGS. '- Reg. 50c SPECIAL 39c
Mrs.. Doshia. Prescott returned and children returned Friday''! certificatesill 'be-'sdrd to the i. 'Clerk of Circuit Court of .
home last week' after a I I from a "tertaai'vacation in bfgrbe bidder at the courthouse .' Bradford County Florida Cloth '' 3oc
I door on the first Monditvinj I 1. tJ:2.. 9x12 Plastic Drop Reg.
three weeks visit with Mr. and Baltimore! Md. with relative I: ; :Month of August 1M2! whichis -
!J *' 6 day: of August, 19 2. : ROLLER TRAY SPECIAL SSc
Mrs. Paul Prescott' and fam- They' visited. Mrs., Virginia. 1 I Dated this, 25. day. 'of June, 'OTICF. J : OF APPLICA'IIO> AND Reg. $1.79
ily, and i ":Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith and daughter in Lexington 1962. FOR.. ..T\X. DEED \
: A. DARRY ;t" 1JM.1G. F.s. 11 Qt. Pla tic Util. Pail Reg. $1.00 SPECIAL 66c
and Smith- V"OTICF:
N. C. Mrs.
Precott in Tampa was I t Clerk of Circuit Court of : IS m'lnamYEX: ,
and :Mrs. Orie.Prescott in Lutz. formerly a resident of Starke. : Bradford County Florida that Carrie Welch the holder of
the following certificates has
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDavid, Mr. and Mrs. ,George Alva- I I 7-5 4t 7-26 filed said certificate for a tax Home Owned And Operated-All Merchandise Fully Guaranteed

BIG Values i in:QUALITVMEATS: and i Sue and Brenda, wereinKs.' rez were visiting his parents'I I NOTICE deed certificate to be issued number; tliereon.and yearsof The

i :' simmee Monday and Tuesdayfor Mr. and Mrs Raiford Alvarez, : issuance', the description of ,
Groceries 7 Days A Week ... Open from Auburndaie I I Notice is hereby given that the and the
I the horse show in' last weekend.Mr. property names in STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Inc.
I, Fate Brown, who! wasconvicted which it was assessed are as
Edd Polk visit- and Mrs. Eugene Nor- .
r 7 A.M. to P.M.. Mr. and Mrs. : in the tJ.S. District follows; : '

ed Mr. and: Mrs.Perry O'Steen man of Lady Lake-spent partof I I Court, Southern District of Certificate: 1'60.Des'ription. Xo. 33 Year of Issuance PHONE 964-4201 COMPLETE BUILDERS SERVICE AT SAL DEPOT

i in Newberry Sunday. last week with his grandparents of Property Lot., .
For Surtimertime Florida Jacksonville, Fla, at ..
AppctitiesfFLA. Mrs. Schley DeLoach of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 20, 1960 term there-1 >' '- .-=rII__.""" _, .....A ,, .___ __ __------ ----
the May -- -;-- -
.Jacksomille, Mrs.: Bryan Corn- Norman. . .
: of, of the offense of consp1rI ,, -'-- -. 'I
GRAD.P A" wall ,ana children of Columbus Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae Revenue '":
to intefnal -
Ga. and Mrs. W. T. Blair ,; and son ,recently returned I acy violate" .
LiqUOl LawS and senen- .1
and Billy enjoyed a picnic atj I from a vacation. and business I w
therefor to 18 months : '
FR YERS the home. of Mr. and,Mrs. J.'| trip with relatives and friendsin :, : '
\ will apply,lor cfemency\ to the ..
k D\ Douglas in Lake Butler.I Rhode Island., '
: !I State. fioard, of pardons! ..TalI :, .
of M-Sgt" and Mrs. '
Wednesday of last week. Friends :
lahassee. Florida,, allis next : .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Willing: Dewitt; Padgett of Columbia, 4 .
; '
i regular meeting.I '. .
ham and daughter, Janine o{ S.: C.: join i hi congratulating I ] FATE BROWN ; -
Ballston Spa, N. Y. are visit- them on the arrival of a $on -

ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. last Saturday \ 7-5 2t 713SOTICH *

c Sam Smith, for three weeks., I Miss Janice ;Padgett was I I "', i
.. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. CIHCIIT COCHT; BRtCT- $:
week Alex Lehaczky last week. FonD COr\TT FLOKlDAlr r
Jr. and, son, Billy, were .
i II end guests of Sgt. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett John> C.CIIANCERT.Davis .* : r :. :f

Les Hardee Jr. in Atlanta Ga. and children were visiting I Plaintiff.vs. ,... '
I'I' Xo. 13-115
I'I : ,Mrs. Bedle Conerly of Haguewas : their daughter Mrs. Rudolph ,: Ann Alene Davis : i' ,'

STREAKOLEANI the Saturday .night guest Sapp, in Albany, Ga. last] Defendant, :: :j i
Sowell.Mr. week. Miss Annette Padgett : +
of Mrs. :Mattie : Ann -\lt'ne'Davis, whose
SALT BACON l ISUCE'D and Mrs. Paul Prescott stayed for a longer' visit with I II ,. residence. and address is UX-
I TT29c I and family of Tampa are I Ispending I Mrs. Sapp. You are hereby notified thata
this week with Mrs.I Mrs. Ovine Cowart and children I suit for divorce has been filed -
against you in the above
I! Prescott. have returned from an
Doshia named Court and cause and you
t : I SUGAR CREEK Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and I extended visit .with relatives I I are required to serve a copy of
| I mother j In and South Carolina.I your answer or pleading to the *
children visited her North ? complaint on the Plaintiffs At-

i; I '. I Picnic H amsBEEF' Mrs Mary Willis, in Bell Sun- quests of Mrj,.and'Mfi'T.: I torney Lex Green Starke, FlorTOUR !
p day. They also visited Mr. and '. r

Mrs. John Crews.

Andy Gainey and Pat and
tiviA1b.33c Mike Castlen participated in I II .

I I the 25th Annual Soap Box t, ; '. .

: x i I' Derby in Gainesville, on July .5 ,,
: :t..i ", .. !
; 4, '
:j.c. -- -- -
; Mr. and Mrs. Eud ll Vaughn ; 'tr k I "it : "

i and daughters were Sunday i COKE & r' f

.f '7- night dinner'guests of Mr. and .,' ''" { ,.

; t-" rp Mrs. R. K. pukes and Dian t' T :. "

p RIB & BRISKET f in Lake Butler. -, ;
4 f A Ronald and Olan Polk were
.n i Sunday guests of Richard '' CAPS

STEW ': Stokes In Gainesville.Mr. ,
___ _
: "and Mrs. Salty Lang- I : 3_' _

; ford and family were in Kis- I J ? You'll '*ant to save these r
simmee from Monday to Wednesday \ ki

lb.29c ; ,I for the horse show. I .,, ': special, world tour caps! ?' aI _

: PFIbs.M29C Ii i Miss Sandra Sowell was the i I .,
1 overnight guest of Miss Sue I : '
,, ,
,i. :
: ::
McDavid Sunday. ,
: ..

GEORGIA REDTOMATOES erson and daughter.. Carl*i '
Dian, of, .Columbus, Ga.. were i 1
303 .
\ no. cans I 2c visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam : .

last Smith weekend.and Mrs. H. E. Stokes i; Get These Attractive, Items At The CAREFREE VACATIONS BEGIN

GOOD HOPE We're. 'glad to report that Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 239 San' Marco

Mrs. Lillie Cone is home after ,

!MILK 3tallcans----: 39c County being confined Hospital in to Starke Bradford for i Ave., St. Augustine, Fla. ... '. t -

II several weeks. 4 'ATtYOUR

With ,$5 Food Order : John Pinholster returned Coke Bottle Lighter 20c! and 20 Coke caps
; Home Friday after ,being con ; '''4
I DOG fOOD NORTHERN; fined in Alachua General" Hospital !, Little league Bat 1.25 and 125 Coke caps AROUND THE CORNER someone's family car is being readied

Toilet Tissue for several weeks. and ,
Map of World -. 20c:. and, 20 Coke caps for a carefree vacation. / .
also convalescing at the home : _
12 cans 99' 3. ,for 5CASH < of Dr. Olan Hazen in Gain- Coke i : YESi ONE OF THE SIGHTS to sec is at your Standard station!Just watch / r
with arid 25
Bottles 25c
i Miniature case caps '';:- the twice-over. check battery tires radiate. '
J '. < esville. ; t' ::.T those specialists give a car They :,

t--- Congratulations! : TOOT water glasses (ea.) 25c and 25 Coke caps 1' ;O3 filter air filter.Electrical system. Windshields and Wipers. Fonttorearl

Congratulations to Mr. at d -
Mrs. Terry McDavid, on the ,Bottle Cap Savings Bank 15c and 15 Coke caps -. YOU.DRIVE AWAY m a vacation frame of mind.. Under 'yon, busts I' j
,AYNE'S birth of a baby girl. Barbara Atlas Tires with their Twin Guarant .*.yocr gars and chassis'protected -.

Lynn- on July\5th in Alachua THIS OFFER EXPIRES' JULY 31, 1962 ." ., by famous KYSOlub :a&L. While Jong-nmning Standard fia nfing aid 1 _

General H0Q1>1tal. Gainesville.. ; -. ., ,, taRFM- Matoc OJl. 'mat yoor:... sn& ,, 4 .


617 WEST MADISON STREET QJ yon write. Come in and : St. Augustine COCA.COLA Bottling Co. .. K. G. DUNCAN, Agent'

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seket ,.your irartte ESTER- i r ,' V. !- .. i E
S BROOK FaaftUJa Fen.TELE- : .:: Florida' ,h'if..A : STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY). Starke, ,Fla.PAGZ..T .-
We Give ;/
t Family Stamps, GRAPH. 1> .. ., ,- .. .
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a THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1962 .. __.__.u _ -- .' -- ___. BRADFORD'F.... _.. -COUNTY. .TELEGRAPH., .STARKE. -FLORIDA. -PAGE_n .n-_ELEVEN:__ _._

jY!!!!r YJTTTTrTTTT" last week. !I !'I, f
r parents. j I i gone fishing and' :caught some EVERGREEN I

i Mr.and: ,Mrs. G. D. Pierceare Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones ,. nice ones,,so they had a fish | BAPTIST CHURCH :. ... .. .., .. -

GRAHAM in Alabama visiting friends had as guests last week Mr. fry and' all that goes with it.Abut i i ii r '
and relatives. I j and Mrs. Horace Strickland of 25 members of the family i. Sunday School, 10 am.

Miss Linda Faye Starling isi II Plant City, her daughter Mrs. were present. Of course, I Morning Worship 11 a. m. liME .1
By Richard Cain I By Eiua Blanchard SHOE
home from Lakeland after Training Union 7 : Evefling j
iA I ; Russel Starling, and daughter Aunt Base, who is nearing pjn. *

+ ., UlWA11UU I, visiting with her Aunt Paul- ': of Gainesville, and Mr. her 93i.d birthday, was pres- uiauA4. "44& 4A..aasp : Service, 8 pjn. Prayer SI4YE 4V U TRIPS >

Mrs. Irene Ratliff along ine. and Mrs. Hance Hall and son ent, eating fish and enjoyingthe The Methodist Sunday Meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. 14'ATiERV .
with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rey- of Hampton. day with the rest of the WMS every 1st and 3rd .
'Mrs. School v
Mylie Wynn oft picnic will be held
'I .
Richard Cain, Mrs. Irene ones. After all had en- Thursday, 8 pjn.Rev.
nolds young
Gainesville visited'her brother-in-, afternoon
visited their chilI j Thursday July 19, _
dren, Mr. 'land Mrs. Walter I|. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ratliff, and Mrs. Thelma Dyal joyed the meal, the youngsters t f I at Strickland's Landing .on .' E. Norman, pastor. J

Ratliff of Milton, last week- I H. M. Wasdin. They also had : were visiting Mr.'and Mrs. Albert went. to the creek for a swim I Ipalty. i. Kingsley Lake. Everyone wel- -

end. |! as Sunday guests Mr. and Sparks recently. Everyone enjoyed the ; come. f
i! Mrs. A. T. Andrews of Gainesville Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. day in peace and harmony. !i' The Barber-Rowe families
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- :'
I;',: and Mr..and Mrs. Bobby H. E. Starling were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith from held
reunion Macclenny
ton and children and Mr. a in
Wasdin of Jacksonville. Mrs. Willie Roundtree, and the First 'Baptist Church in :.

Broughton's Hillard Broughton mother of, Gaines-Mrs.j i I,, Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 'i Mr. and Mrs.Keith of Tampa, Williston were with us in the I II I last week.were Among Mr. and those Mrs.attending .

Carl Broughton this past week Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and morning services at Highland i i
Bryant Mrs. V. R.
ville, went on a trip into the '
Great Smoky Mountains and i 1! were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde,. daughter of Jacksonville', and. Church, also Mr. and :Mrs.1 i i!: Reddish,. and Mrs. Claude
Look-Out Mountain. | Boone of Plant City, Mr. and j jI Mrs. Dyal of Starke. Frank Crews and family of1 Rowe. I t

They reported | Mrs. William Broughton and j Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dyal. Clearwater, and Frank's mother -
Included with those attend-
a wonderful time. .
Robert Broughton of Gaines- : ale up visiting friends and Mrs. Margaret Crews of I" ing the birthday dinner of S. CharleyE. and at our bank a checking g
We are sorry to report that ville. I relatives around Starke. ,, Lawtey. I H. Thompson in Lake: Butler .
Mrs. Alma Leta Sparks is ill. Mrs. Mandy Smith of New Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis I Janie Kirkland of South]! Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I '
She has been confined to bed Port News Va. is staying with i I, entertained with a hamburger Carolina has been visiting rel- I II i .
Troy Bennett, Mrs. Arthur I Johns
for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal. I'j I fry at their home Friday night i atives at Highland for two',I Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Walter I! account opens the door to L full

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones with friends and relatives as weeks, but is returning home I 1ft
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffis I Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan \
and Mrs. Debbie Hall were and family left Friday for Astoria I i J! guests. !i soon. :I Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Ivey i about this question: a

visiting relatives m Tampa Long Island., visiting her |I i Mr. and Mrs.Ed Parrish hadi : James Griffis one of the Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Blain scale
I i I Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.I deacons of the Highland : Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary "I just discovered that, in banking service.FLORIbA.

J i Jack Slade: of Atlanta, Ga. :. Church, Is in the hospital, i Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. writing my auto insurance, t

; and Mr. and Mrs. Norman i having undergone surgery on, Hiram Bennett. Marvin Thom- :the finance company did .

Meet Our 'Man of the Week'Mr. I Slade of Oxford. his stomach Monday morning. pson of Jacksonville was alsoi ,not use the "Safe Driver !
; Mr Reed, who lives .; Open
Curtis Dowling is vacationing near I i I there, making all of Mr. Plan" which would have \ yours soon
with Mr. and Mrs. Russel Lawtey, is very ill at this wri !'I Thompson's children enjoying l cut my premium about ..

Starling of Gainesville. They ting.We J.I the day with him. 30%. My local independent
are in Ocala at this time. : were disappointed Sun Mr. and Mrs. Monso Tatum l agent has the 'Safe Driver

George Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency day night that the young man 'i' and Mrs. Pearl Whitnell of De- Plan'. Can I jnsist that I

were out at their home from Macclenny, who was to' Land were Sunday guests of trade my car only, and

this past week, also Mr. and preach for us, was unable to Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts.: not my local agent?" :

t 211r ; Mrs. Bobby Surrency of Tam-,I,, come due to being transferred'I Mrs. Marvin Warren and ,

to the southern part of the Charley E. Johns - .
daughter of Jacksonville
:' '
> pa.Buddy Roark has returned state. But we were happy to the week with Mr. and Mrs. i :n f rrLiI 1 \ : ;
: f 1
f \ Ti
; {
1'I1ttI i' jI jII from West Virginia and hiS i iI ]:I have another visiting preacher :i J. E. Warren while Mrs. War- ..---- - ; : .

I I, I '' I Aunt Lena Roark returned Rev. Tyler, and his wife ': ren regained her strength after -I PHONE. 964-0121 .
r, I with him. Also visiting them I,: with us, and of course this spending several days un- I One Of 80:Banks OS The Florida National Gro upIt'mber Federal Deposit'Insurance Corp :
Walnut .
Miss pastor of ours insisted that the 131 S. St. .
i I .s Donna Murphy of der treatment in Bradford

Jacksonville. i|I visiting preacher preach for I Hospital: Marvin Warren came :, .f.

fife ani Casualty; ,I I Now NASN.gII ouu Mr. and Mrs. Gay have ,'j i i j out for the weekend. 1! .
moved into our community. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wainwright -
\ JAJ/lJIMIIf CmfWHf if T"aa ,L ''::11:11i They have two small children:! should be remembered by all.i I Ii I i ,and daughters of Jack-

% i I 1"1 1 and we hope to hear from i i Visit us again, Brother Tyler, sonville were visiting Mr. and I Summer Clearance SaleGIRL'S i ij

1i them later on. I I and preach for us again. Mrs. Truby Wainwright dur-

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks|I Well, our Sunday School attendance ing the week. Mr. and Mrs. j ,

had as guests this past week' at Highland came Jack Wainwright and children i

NOW-110For A TWO BILLION DOLLAR COMPANY I friends from MississippL back to par again Sunday with j of Waycross, Ga. spent the Girl's Short Sets .
Mr. and Mr. Thomas Le- 70 present. put just 49 of'I weekend DRESSES
the past 21 Mr. George Donaldson has I I
years i fevers had an outdoor barbecue these were 100 per cent mem-I Mrs. Emma Andrews Crewsof SIZES 2 3x; 3 6x, 7 14
made record with company'here in the
a leading our i. Sunday. Guests were Mrs. bers. We had a tie Wauchula visited Mrs. : SIZES 3 6x 7 14
Starke and Waldo area. We are happy to announce Mary Via-ari and Miss Judith' that all important banner, Georgia Anne Sapp Thursday.Mr. WAS NOW

that he continues this fine record by being the i Broughton. I'I'i .I this time between the Inter- and Mrs. Horace Cush- i WAS NOW 7Q $2.29 . $| 79

leading agent in the State of Florida so far for 1962. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- mediate Boys and Girls. Each I II ing and daughters of Tallahassee '-

i ton accompanied by children!I class made a grade of 100. spent the weekend with $2.98 .
FOR YOUR LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS CALL OR i and friend, Faye Dyal went to I I The 'messengers from the I Mr and Mrs. M. L. Turner. $3.98 . $298 PI.A - $225

WRITE MR. DONALDSON AT : Flagler Beach and continued I Highland Church to the Quarterly I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Benne $3.98 . :
i to Orlando to visit Mrs. Joan I Associational meeting at .. and children of Daytona $298
P. 0. Box 106, Waldo, Fla., Phone 4684015
I Watson, a former member of I f Clay Hill Friday are Virgie I Beach spent the weekend with : $4.98 - $375 /'
YOUR LIFE & CASUALTY AGENT IS A MAN this community j Griffis Polly Prevatt, Sarah I the Darley-Bennett families. $4.98 - $O75'Boy's :

TO KNOW. I Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw of Norman, Zettie Padgett, Stella Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts ,
Gainesville was visiting her I! Wilkinson, and Mr. and are visiting Dr. and :Mrs. $5.98 - $450 ALL SWIM SUITS Short Sets

daughter, Mrs. Irene Ratliff I!Mrs. Chism. Earle Roberts and family at :

this past week. I i Well, you should have seen Jacksonville Beach. J $7.98 1-4 Off WAS NOW
I Richard Verlin Greer is taking the crowd we had at prayer Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford $598BOY'S GIRL'S $2.98. $2?5

I part in Operation Alligator -: meeeting Wednesday of last and children of St. Augustine I

\\VANfEDT out at Camp Blanding. He week. You would have thought were visiting Mrs. John Shu- i $8.98 - g75 Size 2 1o Size 2 U $3.89. . $289

is the son of Mi's. Carl I we were having a big political I ford and Dave over the week-
Broughton. He has been out I ,
J rally, or something of the end.Mrs. I .
visiting' his mother a couple I kind.We"usually have'between Johnny, Young .and I' It :'-=:I. _, .

;, of times. 20 .and 30 present for prayer family spent the weekend with ;'!I Select from Our Fine Line of .Infant's Wear! :
Birthday CelebrationMr. meeting, but last week Mr., and Mrs. Arthur Pearce. I
: and Mrs. John McKinney "P eacher C II i n'Time" : Mr. and Mrs. S. D.,. Andrews ; .
I was a
f celebrated their birthday and children -of Wildwood 1'i FREE, GIFT 118 North
the really
X-TIES SAWN OR HEWN 'and people "
: anniversaries with an outdoor did come to' vote for the were visiting the W. F. Moore WRAPPING Betty Tot Shop Court St.ii .

: dinner for friends and relatives preacher they wanted. Some I family on Monday. I

{ last Sunday. Mr. McKinneywas ,I who had not been to church I Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph Wise .

HARDWOOD & PINE 75 years old on July 6, in a year or more were there! I are spending their vacation' j ;
and Mrs. McKinney 59 in Ala. with Wise's .. -
on Opp ==
I r -
I II needed make good _
All we to a -- f
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I July 2.Around. father, and family.Mr. ,
political rally of it was a
80 people, many speeches from the stump and and Mrs.' C.B. Hiatt and !' ii : :
Good Prices --- Quick Pay from out of town gathered someone passing out cards daughters of Crystal River AREA BUSINESSDIRECTORY

I for this enjoyable event. The and handbills.: Of all the po- visited relatives' here this
honor guests received :
many liticking at church, we really week.Mr.
DELIVERED TO OUR YARDS I nice gifts, and the dinner was had it-the Harveyites againstthe and Mrs. Roy Reddish

LAKE CITY JENNINGS HOMER VILLE : enjoyed under the oak trees Chismites! We still say a 'of Webster are spending- the

AND BALDWIN : at the McKinney home. church house is no place for week with Mrs. V. R. Reddish. AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES & SERVICE r.AHDLN; SUPPLIESI SEWING MACHINESSewing
people to go for so much dis- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbsof i I' ,

""Call For Specifications And Details : fTTYTYYTTTTTTTYYTTYTOCLAY pute and opposition. But in Jacksonville were visiting Hull's Brake Supply Sales VOLKSWAGEN- Service Farts i Johnson & Paris, I j Machine

spite of all this} and in appre- their respective parents, Mr. (Inc.Complete '
'i 752.0335SOUTHERN HILL ciation of faithful service and and Mrs. W. J. Wilkison, and BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Line of

work well done for more than Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dobbs for Every Car 01 Truck SEEDSPLANTS- Service+ Co.

; By Mrs. J. L. StricklandThe six years, Bro. George Chism the weekend. fuming Grinding RelinIng FIl -:Sj; ..! FERTILIZERSInsecticides '
New Home 16Jte
WOOD r, .....A was re-elected as pastor of the Weekend visitors of Mr. While You Wait 100 E. University Ave. ; -Pet Supplies
Necchi F'fall
i Church by i -
E I I Highland] ,Baptist and Mrs. J. C. Tye were Mr. Ull S. Main Gal (8\'Ule (1et'ecvtlle t We Rent Fertilizer! Dreaders'I
PRESERVING COMPANYLAKE I Padgett family of Clay an overwhelming vote of con i St. Sales & Service
and Mrs. C. R. Mozingo of
FR 29829UTO 224 N. W.
8th Ave. I
Hill celebrated the 4th of July I fidence. We hope everyone will Stevens S. C. Fourth of July B & G Motors Co. I Repair On All Make

CITY, FLORIDA II by. having a family re-union. forget differences now and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray CAmLLOLDS. FR 2-6476 815 W. Univ. Ave. Gainesville]
Minnie the preacher fora \ RADIATORS I .
- Moore and Lee hadIT'S unite behind
Turner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gainesville. Fla '"
-- .__." - '" In the church. F8;; IIILLMAN 376.1073ROOFING
-- --
-- -- great year King and daughters of Belton, Sales and Service
Radiator .
f Butler's :.II-FI STEREO -
2001 X. \\\ ISth. Rt. 441
I & .aa.rUruaAa S.C.Mr.
ALL and Mrs. William Pat- Service FR 6-7515 Top TunesThe I. .
.. ,...
rick and family enjoyed a
STATE 'FARM Most Modem Cores In Stock DODGE LANCER: Biggest Little Record jShcp i,
family picnic at Doctor.'s Inlet -
The FWzel
,Repairs All Oars Trucks SI3ICA in the South"IllFl j Co.
the Fourth.Mr. .
'"National Trailer Rental Sales Parts Service Stereo Component" Dealer ROOFING,4siiKEil
Mrs. E. F. MajtonMi
and Mrs. Johnny Belewof USED CARS TOO (Pilot -- Harman Harden
>19 S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesmll' :METAL
******.. a.uuua Athens.,Ga. spent the week- FR 2-0496 Poole-Gable Motors Jim Fair,hi1.d -Garrardj I AIR CONDITIONING
1c ic end with Mr.'and Mrs. Man- HI \V. Union: Ate Gainesville
Mr,and Mrs._'L. K. Murphy ning. They visited another -- ... -- 19 S, E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Hi -2-2728 No Job Too Larger Too Small
and sons of Augusta Ga. visited daughter, Mrs. Frank Ingram AUTO SALES & SERVICE FR 2-4S43 202 8. E. 4th\ St. GalnetvilU
L. M. Murphy over the FR 21.1491r.r
and family in Dade'City Sunday IMPERIAL CHRYSLER LADIES WEAR i iCherry's .
holidays and also visitedSU- Automatic Transmissions
N..r .ri
ver Springs. Bates I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner Authorized Sales- Parts ONE DAY SERVICEALL III VACUUM CLEANERS
Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Gainesville's Most
I I of Jacksonville visited Mr. and ServiceHawesPowers MAKES REPAIR Pasbjon&bltl
m and Mr.. and Mrs.; R.,PoI Address For I J
I Mrs. Earl Teston Sunday. AND EXCHANGE .
I McLendon attended the May- TSt
I ton-Croy wedding at the Park i I Mrs Hester Hicks spent the Gator AutomaticTransmission All Makes Of\\ Vacuum
4CC:8,0] "It It Needs
View Baptist Church in Gainesville -J Fourth with her daughter and Motor Co. <# Repttrs .
.i family in Daytona Beach.M. Service 105 W. University Gainesville Brio* InTo Kfrb"'
I last, .Saturday evening.Mr. .
!. L. Turner's mother and FB 2-2561 INC. NE\V jt vscpIACUUMS,
: : and Mrs. E. P. Mayton MOVER
: :
: I' sts'laSt aunt are visiting him and 204 N.' Main, ,Gainesville 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.) I Authorized Kirby. Distribute, ?
1lind children were KU_
i week, of Mr. .and Mrs. C. H.! Mrs. Turner., ; Used Can 312 N. Main Gainesville PHONE. 372-0372) Gainesville :

I ,! James Jr. and family at Cow- Mrs. Paul DinkinsaJr.. and FE 6-3469 CONCRETE PRODUCTS Kirby ,

'L pen.Lake ,near Hawthorne. I son of St. Augustine spent the -.- Mayflower .

1 Mr$. Ercell Edwards and week with Mr. 'and Mrs. P. LINCOLN:' MERCURY INSIST THAT ALL YOUR :. Sales & Sei"vice

i daughter. Linda, attended the i L. Dinkins and Mr. and Mrs., COMET FLAT METCOB CONCRETE PRODUCTS LOCAL AND LONG I }
Carl Carter.At ARE THE BEST FROM DISTANCE MOVING 12 S.V. lt G'einecrttftFK
4-H Camp at Cherry Lake I' authorized Sates Service-: '
I; last week. the Churches Parts Edwartis. Building Storage And Crating I 67110WELDING ; \\
1y7 K. Fiberglass Boat Johnson "18" 1Iotor-31url'1 Tilt Trailer I Gainesville FE i-5224. w-sr
Grace Methodist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell : Trained Mechanic Good Supply Inc. I
School. 9:45. Worship, 11; Used ,
visited in Pensacola and Port Can \
COME SEE COME REGISTER OFTEN! Walton Beach last week. Evening'Worship; 8 pan. MYF ::_- 726 S. Main..- FR 2-4844 : MUSIC SUPPLIES
,. each Wednesday 8 p.m. Barkley Motors' Gainesville Fla. i i .' ...... -- -.
of" .
NO OBLIGATION Mr. and Mrs.-Joe e ;,
,I Homestead were guests of Mr.. First Baptist: SundaySchool 615 N. Main Gainesville ELECTRIC MOTORS '!Lillian's Music Store Universal Welding
last j 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a. I ., '. I I CCompany:

To Be Given Away Wednesday, July 25th, 8:00: P. M.IMPERI.AL : week.and Mrs.Mrs.Mike Seigler Seigler and children m BTU 7 p.m. Evening Worship -I i t Crane Motor-Co. ElectriciMotorRepair' : "Gainesville Since 1933 Leader"" I 1

: recently visited Mrs.Seig- 8 p.m. Prayer meeting I II I ANGLIA'- Co. \
ler's parents. ,Mr. and_ Mrs. each<<: Wednesday 8 pmTHE i LARK Fabrication J
I \ CABLE Pip ftfentt*- Stpl
Service Station Bryan Whitfield, in Camp- I : I PIANO PIANORGANS I SUfi Repair T.flJck
ville, and together with Mr. : RIGHT POINT for the Bodies Trailers
Seigler, they also visited hisi I, way'you ?rite., Come in and. Authorized Sales & Service MOTOR CHORD ORGANS. -U'-315 SPECIAL DESIGN I
Complete Service for AD SALES AND SERVICE GLUtarst* Sheet \
Sfleet TOur' favorite ESTER-
mother Mrs. F. E. Seigler in Ornamental. iron Work \
"BUY THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL"U. Slake -Distributor of MusicBudgets
Panama City; and Mr. and BROOK Fountain Fen. TELE

S-Ol: North City Limits Starke, Fla. Mrs. G. O. House in Blounts- GRAPH.. ,'h;., 4l 508 E. University Ate. New Lincoln, Motcn"FR 510 S. Main Gaice vin i
i. .
FB 2.4251Gainesville. 2-8315 FR 6-5931 .;

1 i.l ,1 i town. l : Fla. 1030 8. )rain. Gainmilia 112 B. E. Pint, OatJ1elvU1l *. Soun V




i W F YYYY. YY YYYY bers and friends are invitedto observed July 22. All members i porter. The ladies are striving to

L 1' INTEREST TO CO OREDCITIZENS' attend this program. Evening I and friends are invited to attend \;I Bethlehem Free Will Bap- make this the best Woman's
Worship, 6 'pjn. with the and help make this a: tist Church members had as Day in the history of the
BRADFORD pastor delivering the sermon.The I grand day for the men. I II their guest Sunday July 8, : church. Mrs. Sarah Prince,

p; time ? (By Elizabeth Given) Sunday School ACE ,I The third annual session of I!i; Rev. Collins and his congrega-I Mrs. Rosa Green and Mrs.
I League and Missionary Con- the Sunday School and BYU I tion from Raiford, Rebecca Allen are in charge.M
L to change l y k AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJSummer- -- vention is in session at Bethel Congress, Auxiliary to the Mt. I Pitts from Lawtey at 3 pm. t. Moriah :Methodist
RecreationThe I Church News Church in Lake City and Rev.L. .I Sinai Missionary Baptist Association The congregation enjoyed an I Church will hold regular services -
k tothisl i t S c : I staff workers of the j{ Allen Chapel AJM.K Church, A. Sampson will deliver the Rev. G. G. McArth- inspirational message from J this Sunday. The officers
summer program are ,grateful : Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor message tonight [Thursday] i ur moderator, will convene at' Rev. Pitts. The fourth Sunday II and members recently returned
F?? Choir No. 1 will sing. Fridayis is the terminating date for Confer-
iI i to the parents who take time: will observe regular pastoral Pleasant Grove Missionary :, from a grand
Missionary Day.and all Mis- I the Woman's Rally and we j: BethuneCookman -
to accompany' their children -1 i I day Sunday starting,with Sunday j Baptist Church, Key stone i iI ; I ence held at
t ;; j I lout and in the 'fun with t, School at 945;" a.m. Morn- sionary 'seniors and juniorsare I!I HeIghts July 1115. The i:,[, urge you to come and enjoy College in Daytona.
join' '
fZ ,asked to 'be present at 4 theme will be "Witnessing !I I the day with us. Beach. The entire member-
11 a.m.with the
I themYou are always welcome -. ing Worship
1 C .' ft o'clock for the service. to have their
a : .l at any; time. pastor in charge. At 3 p.m. I Through Stewardship Rev. j On Sunday, July 15, Rev. ship is happy
,All in New Bethel Baptist Church: E. D. Robinson, president; I II Collins from Lake Butler will pastor returned for another
students taking part
: the Choir Union be held
swimming are expected-to ? twill ;i Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Mor- I Rev. A. Vinson, vice president be at our church to render a Conference year to continue
bring along a registration I at Mt. Pisgah church Rev. J.i ning Worship. 11 a.m. BYU, 1 ; Mrs. R. B. Duncan, secretary I! program for the Woman's i ii his service to the church and

1 blank filled out and signe '-by A. Grimmage pastor. All mem: 5:30 p.m.. Men's Day will be ; ; Mrs. M. J. White, re-I I i Day which will be July .22. community

their parents or guardian.! \ .

Swimming if neld daily ,
( from 8 a.mto 12 noon,Other .
a T I Iti I ..d features of the program ,will
....: .;' ,*<1 1 be arts and'crafts, readlng'to, -4>, -.j:,:, ,
..,"v.., \1.. <>, i develop skills, outdo 'and indoor < '
: :':,
-: 4t
9 i recreation, and. teenage .
.iJ H 1 iL ___ %,>. t! hops on Tuesday' and Thursdays ,; ., f; :,:'.':" Shell dealers list some causes and cures of,; ;\

tI from 7 to 9 p.m. .'", ., ; ..
I '. ; ;:
Camp Time Here Again > '
: "
.. '" v. ... ,. _. | There will be five days ofI :; "

=.--.-. .. '. ..:.. .. I camp, which will v include' 'tt ,. "
r plays, handcrafts, films, "stor : 10 sounds smellc- i t
ies, swimming, rest food/and I.- ;r ... h. :-..
fun. This isa Christian ;: '"

there's so much NEW in a modem 2-in-1 church-related camp afc Florida :t:. ::'j' ,

.......... ; Normal and Industrial

'EQe REFRIGERATORFREEZERr. Memorial Augustine. College It will be in held St. : and other that'Y'

August 6-12 for girls and symptoms

.... boys from 9 through 12, yearsof
.. .' ... -.4 age, and August 13-18 for .
r f MORE FOOD SPACE ;;;./ rh ZERO COLD TEMPERATURE> girls and' boys,::13'to :46" : ears.
...less Registration starts at :9' a.. m.
floor,space iI
k A Freezer I section keeps
1-f i #i New models are bigger .:. : .. I foods tasty-fresh for on August 6 and 1$. Total
*'***"4-w often drivers
.? ,, inside, smaller outside months. Cook ahead; have on hand. camping fee must be sent,with : puzzle
reservations. .
Doors have "
generous storage space. Left-overs are never wasted &cf .,
You can save money by stocking up room for ice cubes: ,too. ;
on "specials." Save time shopping. THE RIGHT POINT for_ :'10
.,..,. .
.c: way you write. Come in &'\4 .
yrn t. \ elect your favorite ESTER /' ,:

NO DEFROSTING! > > 1.1.ADJUSTABLE SHEWSj BROOK Fountain Pea'TELE-. Even i car's in condition it When consult
if act
GRAPH.WILLIAMS. ,:)z,..: your good may up occasionally. puzzled,
fi New models are frost- 'Shelves that slide z
L free or self-defrosting. So<....., .jLl'*;swing oat, or can out be, : -.-- :;.. 'i;' this chart. It doesn't cover every problem, but it will help with some of the more common ones.

No scraping, chipping, or mopping. raised'and lowered.Everything is visible :::: ..... ., .
Frees you forever from a messy chore. and at your fing tipg. >
.. BUY NOW!Featured values and I 'a'..':" DESCRIPTION LIKELY CAUSE WHAT TO DO
"'. easy terms (on:.aeparcteTo se freezers,too) !, I : : '
? at;your electric appliance dealer thb
,, : .JEWELRY\ Worn or glazed fan belt. 1. Replace the belt if it looks worn. It could break.

':: .,, C _o AaBedrieReMgerolorfTMttr j REPAIRS ", Hig. -pitched squeal when you ,first 2. Loose fan belt. ,2. Have the fan belt tension checked. A loose belt may
'. 'lftilJ "'V / { ilallleless WATCHES-DIAMONDS. not the fast the
!' ril help qualify start, the engine. t Water seal needs turn generator enough to charge battery.
..''I'. your horn* for &. I pump
," ,
,,, .. .trSCH AP R.TOOI ', '
.i "i;, MEOAUJOHiFLORIDA oJ I, All Work Guaranteed' lubrication. 3. Add Shell Cooling Sj stem Protector to radiator water.

; POWER .& LIGIT I 'COB PillHfLPlHO A. C.-Williams, '.'
142 W. Call St.
BUILD FLORIDA Throbbing roar. Damaged or worn muffler. Replace muffler. Your Shell dealer can do this for you.

.. Starke. .. Fla. ,' I
I ...
; Erratic combustion caused Shell gasoline. It three
... .'" Try Super contains anti-knock
.f h d erratic noiseusually
lligh c e pmgmg -
-PI b y glowing carbon depositsthat ingredients. One is TCP. This famous Shell additive .
I lasts just a few. seconds. '
flake off and ignite the works to "fireproof"combustion deposits that could
,(Often called wild ping.) .
fuel I too soon. otherwise cause wild ping.
.. ; 'f
K t a '.& .
1R Qps ",: ':o'I.".. ,.. : ."
", ; : :- ;: :: : 1. Badly worn brake Any brake trouble should be decked immediately by

.. a r 7. Screeching, brakes. linings.: your Shell dealer. It could be dangerous. If linings are

a 2.Glazed brake lining. badly worn or glazed, brakes should be relined soon.

.4. ',
.' o Strong gasoline odor when you .can't' Flooded carburetor. Let the car sit. a minute. Push the accelerator to the' floor!

start the car. '. (don't pump it t.) Then try the I starter.

... *' La .Exhaust fumes.Most noticeable when First open a window those fumes can make you groggy ,

".' 3 cw b driving in town or when.)our engine Leaking tail pipe muffler. fast.Replace damaged part promptly. Note: Always have '

7.q : is idling. exhaust system inspected when your car is lubricated.

\ 1. Broken fan belt. Stop at the first station to avoid running battery down. .
When cruising, dashboard genera f 01 II.
Faulty generator or volt- 1. Replace fan belt. Suggestion: Carry a spare belt-It
light goes on-or ammeter t need ;
' Or loose concould save time and trouble. .
: ".I: age regulator. you '
I shows
continuously UJM;
rz' arge. nection in electrical I I system. 2.1 II lave electrical I I system! inspected to I locate t the trouble

.I .
.. tif.,
Y, bes a Brake pedal action feels peculiar.

w, e 1. Pedal feels spongy. 1. Air in brake lines. Brakes with; these troubles should be fixed immediate!Y.
twa.P .Yvr S 4 T.. 2. Pedal sinks to floor under 2. Hydraulic fluid I leakingpast
slowly :: Have your Shell dealer inspect your brake system. :
C f pressure. .Q: master cylinder piston., '

Car pulls to either side Water, oil or hydraulic 1. Think back. IfY ou'vejust driven through water, drive

r 1.When braking. fluid on brake lining;brakesith caution until linings dry. Otherwise, have brakes

out of adjustment. checked soon-it could be dangerous. ,
4\ 2.When cruising. 2. Uneven or low pressure 2. Check tires for correct pressure. Do this soon. Under-
: e
; in tires. inflation can also cause excessive tire wear.

\: Z..
1. Broken fan belt. (You Turn oft f-=en..:.:b ine..l._ ] Check fan belt. 2. To check coolant
'Engine temperature suddenly passes may hear the clatter whenfollow these rules. Let engine cool down. Remove radiator

_,. the' danger point, on your dashboard" .: this breaks.) cap slowly I I using extreme care to avoid scalding.Add

v. iiri's gauge. 2. Loss of cooling water. water slowly"with engine idling. Check for leaks. "

and ski, cruise or' the-cost .. $ 'Trademark lot Sblf.oniqu*(uoiln*.ottitit..G.........
coaMiBiGf TCP U eovtfM by VF <*at 2918212.


Pilling an outboard's six-gallon! fuel tank costs about$2''I. iK --. L I
And big motors,can empty it in an hour. But a'30 hp Bund/ _' Keep this guide. i n your glove compartment. It may come: in handy if your car"acts up.

:. ..' *ses only half as much fuel-averages: two hours'per six-gallon r" ,
,tank at fuH throttle.: you save about$1.25 every hour. In an 'j/r

average season's,use of 100 hours,that's $125. Yet,you can ski ..... _-.., _
'to your heart's content behind the Bundy. Or take the family --

: cruising. At full throttle, ft pushes a wide selection of "iPI

I boats along at about 30 mph covering about 60 miles before SOO, cc 1 I WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL, THE GASOLINE THAT

: .; you need to refuel.Norwill big gas-guzzling motors throttle. I ..

.: : down and troll like this Bun y...all day long if you like. CONTAINS 3 DIFFERENT NOISE FIGHTERSTom's .

.: t There no need for a special trolling motor. Big motorsare

:,. priced higher too, of course. So, save from the beginning JOHN A. TOROD E

S I by choosing a compact, all-purpose Bundy 500 now. 's Shell Service- Rivera Shell Station
Cor. Madison &: Church Starke Graham
,t ,
J'.J .

.. BUNDY ISOOcc Q lOA, < Smith's Shell Service .: Stallings Truck Stop .

\ u. S. 301 Lawtej -, U.S.301-Waldo ti

r .', r S.: t'EE.US -' .

... ",. .' Buck's Grocery Prescott Service Station ;

ABOUT YOUR NEW BUNDY MOTOR : '.' --: .. u. S. 301 (North) Starke ; Middleburg i

Bill Store ; Baker's Shell Station
: Reddish

D & W AUTO SUPPLY INC"jI1 Heilbronn Springs Lake Geneva

;r ; :tWft l-et Y'i Garage Prevatt's Shell Station

: : 416 EAST BROWNLEE STREET E. Brownlee St. Starke -
I Highway 16 (East) Starke -



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