Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
July 19, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1879


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Giant spheroid tanks at Florida Hydrocarbons' extraction Shopping Center i

4 flant near Brooker will each store about 3,000 barrels of $78,740
Commissioner Rus
k feature! gasoline when the plant goes into production this fall. I

'jft is ,now about 60 per cent complete. Groundbreaking is scheduled early next week on ;ell Green of Brooker didn't
a seven-unit shopping center in it lake much progress in his bidt
: was announced I .
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I I 1 Wednesday by County Judge S. B. Brooks of .Wft : the board meeting Tuesday -Bradford's- -- county comm ission heard a final budgeteginning

i Hydrocarbons Plant To 1 TLn_.I.1_ 0: reduce taxes for the coming
Begin LaKe cuiier.The I I request Tuesday prior to b preparation of the
sq. ft. interior for the post office iscal L year. Increase
center ultra-modern tti $$6,500 new budget for the 1962-6 3 fiscal year and it was
) with a 7.300 foot parkingarea Green asked his fellow board
design will also house the I[ really a corker.
t new in the front. Of block nembers for a tax cut of a I
Training Program For Workers Raiford Post Office with construction and the front lalf mill which would amount I The commissioners: sile mtly looked at each other,

Brooks being 'advised this week: ]I',I faced with brick the building ;0 slightly less than 5000. He ln6162BudgetIs !i then took a couple of dee]p breaths after Sheriff P.

that he had been the successful ointed out that the commision I D. Reddish wl and
( Florida Hydrocarbons will tions supervisor said will be completely air-condi- 4. j requested a lopping $78,840 budget

I begin, a training program yester- bidder. II. tioned utilizing a heat pump S i is already losing one mill,, j I then told the board he woi uld need an extra $7,000 to j I
Given SheriffSheriff
I around August 15 for about day.Mr.. I Ii Located one block east of I I to provide constant year- rtiich they got from the school | finish out the present fisa al year. far none of .i
Everett .
said that
the the present post office, on S. bF1cgJ toard last and which will
10 round temperature. year
,i of, its plant operations perIL i I them has gotten out his fc"That's ludget-cutting knife.
ten who are now being R. 121 in the .'
con- Raiford new
( lave to be given back this I
sonnel. H. Everett. Judge Brooks told the Telegraph ,
opera- a 40 per cent increase
sidered for P D. Reddish Tues-
employment, will building will provide a 1,200 that he hoped to have the oming fiscal year. ford County" the sheriff cited
be with I day asked for and the was all Commissioner
persons experience in county
clerk Charles Darby
Nine SentencedIn building completed in about I County Jerome Johns could get out as the reason his department.s -
gas operations and will come >ointed out that the commis- accepted a $6,500
Gas War 90 days, when quarters for the for a while after Reddish's high budget. "Circuit
from widely scattered I increase in his 1961-62 bud-
areas. ion's
Circuit Court He described the post office would be turned budget already beingut stunning request. The sheriff's -, court terms this year and last
training that I C approximately .$10,000 by get.Appearing were each the largest in the
over to Mrs. Gertrude Hart, budget last year was
will be given them Starts before the
as a "fam AgainBack ving the mill back to the commission -
history of the county, and
postmistress at Raiford. slashed to $54,900.50 beforeit
By Patten iliarization at their
Judge program. St chool board, and said that another annual bud- this term was almost
I I Four of the commercial un-I 1r get hearing the sheriff told was finally approved by twicq
When completed. the hydro- to the wars. half mill cut would take the last one." Reddish also
its have already been the the commission, a figure
/ Circuit court action last carbons plant will have 21 At least that was the out- 1: total of $15,000 off next board he needed $7,000 that is less than cited the ever increasing
with leases for the other three to finish $23,839.50
more out
the last
I Thursday and Friday saw employees including office look for Starke gas station pear's j budget. Reddish this amount of investigations his
I nine workers and supervisory jobs. remaining to be signed, Judge I "It's not good business to set three months of the present is asking year.
persons plead guilty before operators who apparently, "It's really only an increase department is called upon to
I Judge George L. Patten There will be six utility men after settling a gas war last Brooks said. The four include a i deficit budget," Darby told fiscal year, and that his bud- from $63,000 to 78,000 make each year. He said next
and who will not attend the training found it an appliance store to be 4. C;reen. get of $54,900.50 is in the red or
I receive either prison month, now have opera- ; $15,000.:' Reddish replied year's budget includes moneyto

1 terms probationary periods, program, Everett said. only a broken truce. ted by Ralph E. Taylor Jessie's Chairman Carl Prevatt sup- in several departments.The "because $7,000 was cut hire an investigator.

I or orders for a pre-sentence The plant Is now about 60 Last weekend, economyline tJ. >orted Darby by stating that sheriff asked for al- from budget last Clerk Darby also stated at
Dress Shop by J. C. DuBose, |i most the exact amount that my year.
investigation. per cent complete with "startup gas dropped two centsto he "only way to set millage is .I But later in the day the the meeting' Tuesday that

Judge Patten entered a pleaof time1 scheduled for early 27.9 at some stations, the Grill and Gift Shop by o see what the budget will be his budget was trimmed last Sheriff asked for and got the board "Can:,make a good

not guilty and ordered a October. All major equipmentfor while others who do not car- Betty Galney and a gas station ; : irst." year. Reddish had asked last back $t,500! of that $7,000 in ,budget based on the sheriff'sability

trial by jury for Bobby E. the new plant has now ry the economy line dropped ,I by Gerald Griffith.Fanner's < .' '. Green argued that the couny year for $62,150.50 and under an amended 1961-62 budget. to make $55,000 for

I [Buck] Bonnett who pleaded been delivered to the site just their regular two cents to I I\ .ttf."d:' ;..' >> : t "made more this year than pressure from the board voluntarily [See story elsewhere in this the fine and forfeiture fund-

$ guilty to a charge of assault north of Brooker. 28.9. : ast on the same millage and cut it down $4,000 to issue of the Telegraph.] $45,000 is a conservative fig

f with Intent to murder but Originally the war last Market hat the same will Be true for $58,250.50. The commission "I'm not about ure." -
then told the judge that he month found independent he coming fiscal year." I the ncropped the budget another need but if raise In addition to the sheriff'srequest
you your
$3,250 to
Pet $54900.50. ,
I "might as well have done it Show Set stations and company sta Chairman Prevatt ended by budget the only place it can Civil Defense director -

because they are going to send tions in drawn out battle, Has Bumper Year laying, "Let's get the budget come from is the fine and Mrs. C. L. Scholl, requested -

L me away anyhow." Bonn tt By Rec. Dept.The which drove the price downto ettled: now then we'll see if With the $6,500 added to forfeiture fund or an increasein a total budget from

Is low 21.9. we can cut the half mill." his budget Tuesday the sheriff's -
charged with attacking Le- i as as millage," Clerk Charles the county of $2,740 an increase

roy Collins, Starke Negro, Starke Recreation Department Gas then was actually Imagine a freight train one I Green had previously] in an amended budget for the Darby told the sheriff. Since of $1,790 over last
for 10 cents since mile 118 C>pen letter to the public, ex- fiscal year 1961-62 will total
I and cutting him with a knife will sponsor a Pet selling long, pulling cars the commission is determinedto year's $950. The largest portion -
breaking eleven is covered of and have jressed hope for a cut of to $61,400.50, just l,10d less
t and then kicking and Show at 7 p.m. Friday July cents by vegetables: you ; up hold the line on millage of the money however,

/ four ribs one of which 20. at the Pratt Street 'Play gas taxes. a picture of the volume of I !1mills in the county's preset than he originally asked for such a statement meant that would go to purchase SD
How far the 41.25 tax levy. The county last June. sirens for Lawtey,
I punctured a ]lung. ground. Prizes will be given' pricewarwill produce handled this season 1 Sheriff Reddish will have to warning
I Two Negroes also pleaded the go this time is a matterof by the Starke State Farmers board this year is fighting to According to County Clerk earn his Brooker, and Hampton to be
for following own
pets: largest, money.
guilty to the same charge-; smallest, prettiest, most un-, conjecture but some own- Market... eep the same levy even though Charles Darby the $6,500 increase From all indications how-I used in case of atomic at-

A assault with intent to commit usual, best trained and the ers predicted when the truce It was one of the biggest ;hey will be operating on 17.25 in Reddish's budget,: .ever, the sheriff is going to tack.The
effected that it would mills rather than 18.25. since will come entirely from the I IL three sirens will costa
murder. James Robinson, 41. .most unusual name for a .JI years in the market's history ,get his $78.740 for next Yii arit
I io- of Starke, pleaded guilty and' ., not last but would again -both, volume wiseand money J Jia. school board increasing fine, aidforfeiture'fund:' "whichis L, his department contribute -. total .of $1,600.$ Mrs. Scholl
\ dogs,and cats must be break its; levy 'from 23 mills to 24. already c $8,505.42 over, the.
was placed on "p robalion 'fof out. wise-* with 'total sales of $55,000 to the fine and stated but 50 per cent matching -
on leash. I School Superintendent Harmon $35,500 set for it in last year'stotal I
funds be
five years for shooting his (384,608.76. almost double lastear's forfeiture fund. Clerk Darby: can
k I Ij : P. Morgan explained that budget. The fund is now I from the federal ,
wife and son, Eula Mae Rob- r total revenue of $197- told the board that he had governmen
I inson. 40, and James Robinson ,//\t Wed. Meeting jr r52.30.r I the: school :board last year up to $44,005.42 with three' the sheriff's share of the F cutting the county's amounj;;
Iropped one mill from the Interest months to go in the present She also asked the
to $800.
j Jr., 10, on Dec. 17, 1961. Strawberries accounted for & F fund: set at $45,000, but
Starke l and Sinking Fund which fiscal year. county to pay $300 towar4the
Paul Youngblood, Sewer ProjeOfCityBoai ct Is Topic $285,989.39 of the whopping goes to pay off the bond issue' Had the commission failed if his department can take purchase of a three-signal
; Negro, also charged with assault total, with 81,813 flats at an to the amendment to in $10,000 more in fines, the
Southside approve
which went to build warning device for Starke to
with intent to murder,
flat. Last 1962-63 budget can be bal
average of $3.50 per Elementary School, the Bradford his budget, Sheriff Reddish L
be used for an alert signal,
was sentenced to( five yearsIn anced.
rd Engineers year berries produced 53,394 School and[ could have taken his case to
the State Prison at Ral- ] High gym take cover signal, and fire.
j flats at an average of $3.16or and other facili a review board in Tallahassee. Commissioner Johns sug-
jf Total cost of the" item is $1-
ford. He admitted Chester to stabbing Crum : a total return of $168- .. ..,., '-- -,,_.... t ties. The school board had been He told the board Tuesday; gested cutting the sheriff's 900 and 40 per cent match-

Starke twice once Negro piercing his lung. City Councilman Carl Hi urst cited a "need to planhe 6 514.65. Troops are shown leaving the until last year levying four, that if it and the review boar I budget $5,000 so his share of ing funds can be obtainedfor

-. Another Starke Negro Oliver e.and figure a way to get tiity's ] money" to finance the In the season Just closed, big C-119's to make the drop mills to pay the installmentson I refused his request he would I the F & F fund could be set that Mrs. Scholl said.

[alias Alonzo: ] Davis, 49, t proposed extensive si1s wer project at the county ;the market handled 24,304 which kicked off Operation Al the bond issue and had built, "have to shut down my office -. at just $50,000 but Reddish County Sanitarian Jack
demurred. He stated
L 1 packages of vegetables for a ligator. up a surplus. repeatedly Trawick also presented the
in Tuesda ,
,was sentenced to( two years I regular meeting night. 1I
return to growers of $62054.53. ,- After his budget was cut; that he needed money -
L1 the state prison after plead- As result the council met Because of the surplus, the board with a $22,943 budgetfor
a Sgt. Howard B. Pate Jr. of than the almost $79,000
( Last year's vegetable : last year the sheriff stated in L
be cut off, and that anyone the Control
of 1 board last year found it necessary Mosquito
to the knifing
ing guilty Wednesday night with
representatives Spring Lake, North Carolina is the June 14, 1961 issue o f he is asking.A .
movement 12,368 packages -
I Willie Davis. 34-year-old Negro of the engineeringfirm with a problem can appeal to was : to levy only three mills Fund, of which the county is
the committee.The with a return of 2913765. shown shedding his parachute But since that surplus is exhausted : the Telegraph, "I can squeeze break-down of the slierI responsible for ..500-an.. Increase
( last April of Reynolds. Smith, and
also requestedthat harness just after hitting the ; ,. by if my office is not callec I iff's new budget shows increases
I Three Starke teen-agers Hills to do just that. Harold group Third big money producerat it will again be neces of $1,500 over last
to a sidewalk be built from the Starke market during ground and bouncing up quickly :sary to levy four mills raisin, on to spend a large sum o:r over last year in year. The Lawtey Recreation
the nine plead
Scott of the
I were among a representative
to off the field in the 13 .
Brownlee Street to RJE High ,I : money in event of an emergency every fund except his own
I guilty before Judge Patten Jacksonville firm, met with the past year was pecans the school board's total mill Department also requested
minutes allowed the .
for breaking and entering council Tuesday night and informed School so children will havea with 189,000 pounds sold for I troopers. ,age to 24.Social. or a lengthy investiga. salary which remains at $7- $850 a $10 increase over last

with intent to commit them that his firm was place, besides in the roadto 3656484. i, tion. If so, I'll be forced t<) 500. Salaries of deputies and year. .
i walk school They also [ file an appeal for additiona 1 assistants from $25,014 to
petit larceny. Marvin Luther ready to resume planning the In the vegetable category Special Forces t SecurityA fm

Moody, 15 was sentenced project immediately upon no- requested the paving of four cucumbers, peppers and corn funds. $35,000; Expenses [other Work On Two

a to an indeterminate tice from Starke officials. streets in Reno-Lamar. Estella led in volume and revenue. Troopers Drop representative of the 14ie sheriff \told the com,. than salaries! $14,820 to $21-

period of six months to two The firm was contracted to Keller, and North streets. i The market handled 6,775 bushels Gainesville Social Security of. mission Tuesday that crimi S 740; investigations, $1,250 to Road

( years. which Judge Patten plan the project until last October Chairman Doyle told them of cukes for a return of For Field Work fice will be in the courtroon I was on the inrcease in Bradford $3,000; Equipment [cars radios Projects

their requests would be car- County, that this recor(::1 etc.], 4026.55 to $6,500,
recommended he serve in the when the contract was $19,912; 4,394 bushels of pep- of the courthouse in Starke a1 I

I Appalachee Correctional Institution broken when the council complained ried out as soon as possible,, per, $13,048.51; and 4,484 9:30: ajn. Friday July 27, foi] term or circuit court was almost ]- and reserve for contingencies 'Is 50% CompleteWork

where most .young prisoners that plans were corning but that the budget for the crates of corn, $8,655.34. Other Specially trained reservistsof the purpose of conducting social twice as large as las t $2,289.95 to $5,000.

are sent.Presentence. 1' along too slowly as were current fiscal year is already vegetables handled included the 13th Special Forces security business. [Continued on Page Six] "Crime is growing in Brad- on two secondary
expended and the matters; crowder dropped from airplanes last road improvement projects in
investigations funds the engineering company I butter beans, peas .
I would have to be taken under Saturday into the hot woods Bradford County totaling $22-
were ordered on the other two i was supposed to get advisement for the time be string beans, squash Lima and swamps of Camp Bradford Men With 'Green Berets 790. is 50 per cent complete,
teen-agers, Lawrence Kimb- from the federal govern- beans and egg plant. 'j i
The council agreed about the Blanding and the Ocala Na- according to an announcement -

ler and Bill Klondes, both 17. ment to finance the project.Hills Lamar'and Estella Street pro- tional Forest to begin four __ __ _____ ______n__ ______ ___._.___.___ by Ralph Powers of
Moody convicted of break- Reynolds Smith and Fair Bldg. Bids Mrs. Tneima or.
was Brougmon
blems and stated that fta days of rugged "living off Lake City, State Road Board
ing into the Bradford Build still has charge of the city'snatural Graham had a proud moment
sidewalk for school childrenis Are Receivable the land" while eluding the member for District Two.
er's Supply on April 26 and gas system and has last Saturday morning. She
"downed fliers The Dedan Church Road U
worthy project "enemy, aiding -
the New Method Dry Clean- been employed by the city for Until August, 15 resistance was on hand at Keystone Air- being paved between State
and organizing
p [Continued on Page Six various projects for the past A measure su& ted by En- while, trying to survive. port to see her son, CpL Richard Road 18 east, of Brooker and

19 years. gineer Scott to inspect thecity'S Bids will be received until V. Grier, parachute to State Road 18 at Graham.
The troopers were
,- No results of the Wednes- natural gas installationsannually 12 noon on Wednesday Aug. earth from a C-119 in perfect State Road S-225-A [Willie
uled to return to Camp
PET SHOW day night meeting were avail-, instead of quarterly 15, for the construction of today [Thursday] form to complete his 46th Reddish road] is being hard-

able at presstime Thursday was approved by the council. three exhibit buildings on the Blanding jump. It was the first time surfaced between State Road

Come One, Come All! morning.In He told the council that the new fairgrounds in Starke. -after completing their mis- that Mrs. Broughton had seen S-225 west of Lawtey and

other action at the meeting gas system was not coming Bid blanks will be furnished :sion to rescue 25 "downed"Navy her son "hit the silk" and she -- 4 t State Road 8-125.
Fri., July 20th a group of Negro citizens along "quite as well as was by R. H. Mclntire, presi- fliers, some thought his performance was '
injured and suffering from 8. MWai, Company of
before the councilin expected but still is doing "
appeared dent of the Bradford County "just wonderful but "a lit-
7:00: P. 11.\ protest_ of the city shortening very welll" Pair.Association, on or after, exposure. tie'scary." i Gainesville is the contractoron
i For members of the special the two
of < projects, totaling
the delinquent period 3. Each bidder must Cpl. Grier jumped with the
Pratt Street 20 to 10 days. airborne group the central 6.9 miles of secondary road.
bills from
utility Tragedy Takes furnish bid bond certified ]Florida woods will be enemy 13th Special Forces Group
Bills are mailed on the first of check. or bank draft in the [Airborne] in the Jackson-
field training
PlaygroundSponsored each month and are now delinquent Bradford I Man amount of 19 per cent of the territory on a ville reserve unit's two-week Man.A'esfedIn
exercise called Operation
on the tenth day,Instead total bid. "Operation' Alligator," an ex- 1 : L '
test and
By of the 20th. The group I ligator-designed to ercise in survival that has taken RaidThe
not Sheriff ReportsColonel Bids should be returned to improve ,their special skills. I CpL Grier and Sgt. Wilkison
requested that their lights 4 office of the StarkeBradford the elite troopers on a
the '
Starke Recreation be cut off if they are delin- Eugene Norsworthy County Chamber of Commerce About 150 Mien parachutedwith trek through remote areas of completed jump training at ..sgt. Donald Wilkison, son of Bradford Sheriff's Department

quent during the month of drops made at three Mr. and .}Irs. L. Wilkison of
Department 50-year-old Bradford County Camp Blanding reservationand Fort Bragg N. C. in February Wednesday morning
the change-over, since they resident was found dead points the Keystone Heights the Ocala National Forest 1959 and was immediately assigned : Lawtey. He is supply sergeantfor I reported raiding a 1,050 gal
will receive two bills fairly Tuesday on his back porch from I Airport, Eureka, and Lake, without food or water. to the 82nd Airborne Headquarters Co. of the Ion capacity moonshine still

close together.The what appeared to be a self- 59 Palm Trees Jumper. Cpl. Richard Grier CpL Grier performed perfectly 'Div. at Bragg seeing service 13th, and made his sixth jumpat I and the capture of Earl Cecil

problem arises because inflicted bullet wound from Pulled From 301'Fifty.n1ne of Jacksonville, aide to CoL of hitting the ground tar- I there until 1961.Completing Keystone last Saturday. Padgett 34, of Starke.

This Space Contributed July utility bills are not delinquent .22 rifle according to the Henry J. Wolfs' commander get alongside CoL Henry J. his active duty The 35-year-old Wilkison I I The prisoner was captured

until July 20 and Au- Bradford Sheriffs department palm trees that :the 13th SpecIal Forces Wolfs the unit's tough little tour, CpL Grier volunteeredand has served with the 13th for I after fleeing from deputiesand

Weekly to Publicize gust bills, mailed the first, will Norsworthy lived on UJS. were set out last spring along -group led the way in the comm nder. Grier is the Col was accepted by the 13th three years and completed beverage agents for a

be delinquent August 10.' 301 approximately five miles U.s. 301 and subsequentlydied [f,Keystone Heights jump. onel's aide a position he cherishes Special Forces. He is a tile jump school at Fort Benning, quarter mile.- The two-cooker

Community Events by Council Chairman J. D. north of Starke and was em- were removed last week Col. Wolfs who immediately with great pride and is 'setter by trade and lives with Ga. lastMarch., In civilian life still was located five miles

Doyle told the group they will ployed ,by the Hudson Engine by the State Road Department.Mrs. followed Grier, collapsed always second to hit the his wife. Nancy, and their two he is a custodian of utilities: west of Starke just off the

The be given "every consideration eering Company at the Brooker H.y. Knight, chairman on hitting the ground suffering -' ground in a parachute jump children at 1938 Cortez Road i with the Duval County school]l Brown Road.

Community I ," He explained that it is Hydrocarbons plant. I of the Starke Woman's Club from what was de-, -the Colonel being first. in Jacksonville. system. The lawmen watched the

I up to committee on utilities Funeral services will beheld beautification project, said the scribed as heat prostration.He .. The 27-year-old trooper served Sgt Wilkison With his wife Vergie. and l : still an night before closing

I State Bank I composed of Mrs. Ruby Johns I I at 11 a. m. Friday in palms would be replanted next -was. taken c. to Camp I four years with the 3rd Another man with a local their two children he reside I In on it Wednesday morning

Carl Hurst and Carl lamar Long Branch Baptist Church December, when it is hoped to Blanding fara thortrestbe-. Marine Division three of background serving with the' at 852 Wyolen Street in Jacksonville Ii to find 930, gallons of mash

) .1 Johns. as to whose light will near Maxrille, -E. .. get a better stand 1 .[Continued on Page. SixI tHem in'Korea"and Japan. Be 13th special Forces, is Stall' -- -. cooking. ._: ..


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1 Paul Hutchins and Curtis t- ..,

GLADYS MOOTY Marlowe"ivOcational.grtcul- ., CHARQEPLAJN
.- PHONE 9644(51, ..
,.j ., .: ture teachers from Bradford
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High School are attending the t
Tim Thompson celebrated Drew tr
Groover ofGaines-
his. eleventh birthday Monday ville is visiting the Charles state "Your Friendly Store"Girl's ,
." ,
instructors at the ..
i vo-ag J. .
with an overnight,, party for Dinkins family this week. c t of Florida this week.I I ; !
T s !
four friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dowl-
of Florida's
Most voag'teachers -
Mr. and If is. F.. W. strick- ing and daughter of Dunellonwere I It of the
# e are
land have had as"visitors ir
Saturday afternoon visi- Dresses
UP, which offers the state'sonly Girls
Hi M. Strickland Drsic"Cinderella"
and daugh- tors of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. college level curriculum
;:Jers of Miami on'Monday and Doyle. _.

I "Mrs Joe Gregory and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were .;.! ? :rfl! .I.... .in agriculture.' .'
< : "home" by
On theft first day
.. ,., .< {) :l :
of ,
Jacksonville on Tues- in Statesboro, Ga.from Wednesday .
Reitz president
Dr. J. Wayne ,
day.Mrs. ; Q Sunday visiting :. delivered'' Regular $2.98 3.98!}
Robert'Butler of their son-in-law and daugh- L1Y .- ,."-?' Ir- of the university; a ,Complete Selection of Styles : ,
"Welcome to Your University -
l Jacksonville s,yisited Mrs. WiG. ; ter;m and Mi'gOscar Hendrix. :.,.;" '- t,} Color and Sizes
< address.
StringfeUow Mrs. Wilson .
Joe R W
-' i
i 't ; 'The 'group also heard from 2
and Mrs. Inman Green Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncanof .f' i Buy Now For Bark.To-Srhool-Sa.e!
I ') Dr. J R: Beckenbach, 'diree-- S
on Monday. '. A ..
Gainesville, and M and .
.. of the Florida Agricultural -
J : Mr. and Mrs. Howe, More- Mrs. T.'E.. Duncan Jr., of Tallahassee % ... / Experiment Stations; Dr." Reg. $6.98 and UP '

1 tiock and family of Miami will were Sunday guests ; \ <'

t spend the month'of'A'ugust,.a{ of' Mr. 'and Mrs. K. G. Dun ..<<..... ".'. J. ),T,,:. ..1J. .t. M. O. Watkins; ; director Extension of the '
Florida Agricultural FOR
Lake"11ome." / Now
their Kingsley can. VMr. ; f.' $$5.00
t > i Service; Dr.:Marvin A. Brook ,
,Mr. and'Mrs.'Willard':, Williams '
: Mrs.'firs.. ... I ,
and .
: Dansby. --- -. --- er, dean of the College of'Agriculture -
; were' 4n} ; Ashburn,:Oa. and'Mr. andVMrs. W. S. Leslie r
; Dr.. J. W. Hammett, I
..Sunday and Monday-to" attend' of Jacksonville were visitI I Mrs. Era Wasdin Weds David BrowningIn director of: the State Soil

J'i the funeral of an aunt. Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. B.'O. Dans. Madison Street Baptist t church Conservation Service, and
I .Jim >Burgas.
by Sunday.Jipnree "
on Thomas- W. Shaddick, direc-
'Mrs. S.: ,E. Reyes ,of Jacksoiville'wa5'visitin I _
'Lou Dennis, Freeman A beautiful wedding ceremony I an
,; her' parents Register HI, Janet Hardy at 8 o'clock Friday eve\ : Linda Wasdin attended I ?''"1' Ho -. : Flats

and,family Mr/ and TueSdaY Mr8.sT/6;. r> Sapp ,. MdryJ{ Ann," 1ba.Uy-. Gei21d-, ning, June 29,- united in mar- 'her mother as maid of honor -I The:' delegate will hear : Ladies
: ine, Gay: and' Harriett'' Gopd- riage Mrs. Era Edwards Was- in a slim sheath, mint from "'ul vemtj' and. business 4 -
Mr;rind Mrr.-Harvey.Priest: I
), nikn? .are attending the Florida din of Starke and David green chiffon dress with mat- specialists through ut the
and of 'Ark, '
; son Little \I
Touth1 Workshop"at U.;'of James Browning of Jackson- ching jacket and headpiece.She will Large Selection '
special groups ;
Large Selection
and Mr. and Mr Hubert
Ij j \
i If I, Priest-of Orlando'.!n'ere''Tuesday F.-thls; 'week.Buddy' ville. Rev. W. M. Dunagan of' carried a cascade bouquetof discuss local market problems. Girl's I SandalsMany S d I

"'guests' of Mr: and' Mrs. Garbett is in Houston Starke and Rer. Gerald Suggs pink carnations, and satin,f These, groups will cover citrus, '' Styles and Colors LADIES SUMMER

Willard' Williams.- Texas and Tulsa, Okla. for of Baldwin performed the leaves interspersed with puffsof 'vegetables, tattle and hogs, '' '

Tomi' Smith, a summer- 'etu- two weeks visiting his father,, double ring ceremony in the nylon tulle. dairy and poultry, ornamen- Styles and Colors

.. dent at the University'ef Georgia Harry Garbett. Madison Street, Baptist Earl Denmark of Jacksonville tals and field crops. I Hats & Hand d Bags
\ To Choose
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell Church. served as best man, and I II AS MUCH '\S from
; w home for the week- The vo-ag'teachers will alsotour"
and returned
e"nd. He was accompanied backto family have Mrs. George Canova, organ- the ushers were Jack Casonof ,I the Florida"' Agricultural ,

'school by his -mother.: Mrs. from weeks'vacation with ist, rendered nuptial music'as Jacksonville and Richard" Experiment' Stations demon- REGULAR $1.98

1 Eoline,Smith, who spent Sun- relatives-in Nashville, Tenn. the guests assembled and accompanied Carter of "Lawtey. stration 'and experimental: V2 PRICE
', Mrs. Jerome Johns, Miss W. R. Cotton of After the wedding a reception '. 1.m3 OFf
( day to Tuesday in Athens; Ga. plots. : Pair
4 Albert jr.lrandMike' Stefan- Betty Pat Cauffman Jane'Morgan in and Mrs. Hastings, soloist, who sang "0 was held at the star eWoman's $$1.39 .. "

were Tampaover Perfect Love" and "The Lord'sPrayer. Club, where arrangements I .
elli of Jacksonville
are spending SRD To Removeii"J
? the weekend attendingthe ." of pink gladioli
two weeks with ,their ft ** *ttCllegal \'*
; grandparents Mr. and Mrs- State board meeting of At the center of the church and:\ mums against a back- { Signs_ i! ALL GIRLS ,
the Florida Federation of Wo-
altar was a sunburst arrange- ground of palms and greenerywere
I :
Henry !
man's Clubs. ment of delicate pink Friend- used.' In the lounge,, prom Roadways o 1 LadiesDacron
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rich- Mr. and Mrs. J. C- Sanders; where the receiving line stood,:1 rft, :i -M t' ;' ft
and roses
ship gladioli, mums
ards and daughter Carol depart
: -
State :
of Gainesville have rented the The
of the mantel was a focal point wllnUltS
against a
were vacationing at Mexico !l'r scott'house at 331 N.; Myrtle greenery including fernballs, with a fan-shaped arrangement -:i ment will ,start removing illegal pnnft
Beach advertisements
; signs and &
Avenue..While ; of stock, gladioli, carp
.. and huckleberry.
palms jade h
-Mr.. and Mrs. N::T; Ritch of they last! Mini-Cub I from 'state-maintained right
This Huge Selection of Styles Colors
Burning sweet pink candles in tions, and pink roses. i f \ > f
.: Hialeah-spent -Monday- with lee Trays, $1.49. Reg.- $2.39 sevenbranch candelabra il- was flanked on either side b y" of-way in Bradford County on
I their parents Mr. and 'Mrs. Bulliugton Appliances, Starke.' July 30, according to an an-
three-branched silver candelabra -
II : Floyd Green, and Airs.'Carrie Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Wal- -luminated-the setting. nouncement this week by J. : s ALL SIZES Cotton
I Ritch. The bride, given in mar- holding sweet pink can-
ters and Julia R. Bielling Jr., District SRD
daughter Ann riage by her brother, Guy C. dles. _
r Mr. and Mrs. A. Q.; Smith, i'
of Jacksonville were Tuesday attired in The bride's table Chief, Lake City.F'
Edwards pink over-
.was. a was
and Mr and Robert Mc- '
Mrs. -
Clellan sPent' the weekend, at guests of Mayor and Mrs. ,silk organza, street length laid with an imported, cutwork 'In'orderi'ng the clean-up I .-.
I Sarasota' I Randal Chitty. Julie Ann remained dress which had a scoop neck- cloth and centered f' witha I program'; Road Board Chair- SHQRTSt
and Boat
Long Key.
While there they:visited'Dr., ., with the 'Chittys fora 'line and fitted lace bodice. The three-tiered wedding cake, man' John ,R. Phillips said .

for- week. full skirt was accented with around which was a garland d i that the'' removal of illegal .. ,
and Mrs-Gerald Ewing,
: Starke residents Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. ,tiers of the same material of smilax. On either side were signs is''' essential to highway I

mer Mrs L.''G. Powell will leave M rr1son,- daughter, Shirley, down the back. She wore a three-branched silver candel safety. and expressed confidence RegularlyPricedAt
; :and< son, George, and house ,
.. 'Friday'' for New York to meet matching headpiece, and car- abra centered with an eperg- in. the willingness of

her sisters. Misses Louise',and guests, Raymond Morrison of ried a cascade bouquet of delicately nette holding pink roses an_I most sign owners to remove "
: Mr. !
; Etta Fripp, who will dock on -St.; Paul; Minn., and-Mrs. pink tintedorchids carnations. The punch tables i such obstructions from rights : .

: the 24th after a' six weeks -Ralph, Morrison and children and stephanotisagainst a were covered with cutworkloths : of 'way ahead: of the SRD '
R, ,
of. .Texas, and Rupert Morri- background of satin leaves ,and centered with silver work forces I :
tour of, Eurppe.. The three sisters $2.93BOY'S
i ; ton Leesburg, Saturday :
'spent .
surround l '- The first ...
1 will1 g'o-ito Farmington,," at punch bowls enforcement local- I. Silver
: Conn.1 to'visit their :brother-, Springs. by garlands of smilax. J ly will begin at the Clay Coun- .
Mrs. Morris Carter'and Mrs. J. G. Milhcan of Pa- I
Mrs. P. T. Nolin and Mrs ty line and work
; in-law Col.and
sister David, have returned from latka is visiting Mrs. A. E. ,
Mrs. ,C. H. Wollenberg, ,for two, weeks vacation with ,McKinney this week. Mrs. Guy C. Edwards gree'tedguests ; The Bradford County campaign -r 2 PRo $$4I
: several days. at the door at the re- is partof", I
friends and relatives in Virginia McKinney had as last Friday PRICE
ception. Standing in the receiving '
: Mr.- and Mrs. H. G. Jarrell Washington, and Silver dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. drive now underway to

and: children .of Jacksonville Spring, Md. Roy Reddish of Webster. line with the bride enforce the Florida laws gov- I, ,

were weekend guests ,of Mr. Mr.-,and Mrs. Robbie Shaller The Florida Baptist G. A. and groom were Linda Was 'erning outdoor advertising. Ii I -
and Mrs. Ed.Prevail.Mr. ... din and Mrs. Morris Carter. The first phase for i ,
and staff of
were weekend guests of Mr. campers, Camp- I ,
Mrs. Edward Rich and Mrs
and Mrs. George. H.- apd Mrs., H. E. Bradley In 'of-th -Suwannee, B r anford, bride'scake the removal of commercial I, :
Pierce and daughter Lynn Leesburg.Mrs. enjoyed a picnic-swim partyat Leola Roberts cut the 'signs, including portable and :

have returned from atwo: : Clyde Sinclair and the Kingsley Lake homeof and keeping the bride'sbook temporary signs, from the .i 1
: weeks tour of the Western were Misses Gloria Bell l I rights of .
This will ,
Mrs. W. B. way. be accomplished
daughter, Evelyn: Joyce Denmark Mundy last; -
and Patricia Loudon. Others
states and Mexico ,They. I by a' team of ,department -
alsq Saturday afternoon. !
and Terilyn Barry left _Fifty i \
assisting at the wedding !
: Pierce'a g
visited Mrs. brother members attended the affair. personnel which will
a month at Camp ,
.. Mrs. Arthur Loudon, Mrs. J %
'and family in Anaheim Calif, Phattooga, Tullulah Falls. Ga. Mr, and Mrs. Garl Mathews remove such signs that remain -
'1..11and. Mrs. H-! H. Everett' C. Fogg, Mrs. Fred Pellum,, on the rights of way af', Large Handsome Selection
and daughter' Jayne". have mark Mr. and and Mrs.son, S.Steve.G. Den-Mrs. visit were 'their Gainesville son and Monday family to, Mrs. Raymond Bell, Mrs.: Ed-,, ter'public notice'has been given.; Short Sleeve Sport, Shirts
ward Rich, Mrs. W. D. Thomas MEN'S .
.. Vernon !, Miss Sue '
Mrs. Jack Cason and Mis by "Rob
lh-e- -"Collegiate""Sedgefield"
Florida. Hydrocarbons, Morris spent the first part of'the and new baby daughter, Dawn given notice of violation of
plant near Brooker.' Mr... Bv- week in Atlanta, Ga! Marie.: ses JoAlyce Graham, Mary the law which provides thata 1 Short Sleeve' Sport Shirts i
Ann and Martha Long, and
lett is superintendent. of operations Mr. and" Mrs. .Michael 0'- Mrs J. H. Hooten of Eustisis repetition' of the offense
of the plant Alsq Brien of, Tallahassee were spending two weeks with Sandy Ridaught. will result either in the signs REGULAR $1.98 & $2.98 Reg. $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98

'moving- into new- home at After spending some time;. being confiscated criminal
-a or
visiting her Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings. -
parents, Mr. and ,
the plant were Mr. and Mrs! Mrs.. T. H. Slade, at their The Hutchings also had as with their guests the coupleleft action litigated, or both, as for :: for ;, i

: Homer Fuquay and children 'Kingsley Lake home over the weekend guests, Mr: and Mrs. on a wedding trip to Jek- provided by law. 2 $$32_ - $$3

of Odessa Texts. Mr. Fuquayis '%eek'end. R. G. Dodson of Trenton: yll Island. They are now residing The second phase of the L

'maintenance foreman oi Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and S-Sgt. and '1. rs. Jerry Law- at 234 South Church program deals with the removal ...

.. the new pla&f.IGplwe {. daughter, Ann, will spend the son and family of. Orlando street, Starke, Mrs. Browning of 'signs that require

set Mefaiurc Dished, weekend at Clearwater with spent the weekend'' with Mr. chose for, traveling a twq permits and that are in violation I

-4c : Sjta.93.BuHiiigtoo Starke.. Appliances. Dr.- and Mrs. Carl Fromhagen.They .and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. piece turquoise silk shantung of Chapter 479, of the MEN'S SUMMER STRAW HATS CASUAL
> ;
sheath suit with bone accessories
.. will be,'accompanied by Lowell. Mathews of Neptune Florida Statutes. This phase .
Mr. and.1\trs. Lester Crews| Mrs.: George' Flynn Jr. and Beach was visiting 'Mr.:: and complemented with a will begin aa soon as phasesone '

: and daughter, Carolyn! moveinto"their son.'Gray, who- will visit Mr. Mrs.Garl Mathews over 'the cymbidium'orchid corsage. has been accomplished on By CHAMP And Other Famous Names SLACKS

new home on W; and Mrs. Bobby McAteer at weekend. the main"'arteries'of Florida's I

r Call' Street, last'sat' rday., I Clearwater Beach. Miss Barbara Green spent MAYOR'S COURTA :toad system.Mr REGULAR $1.98 $4.98 13 '
.. Mr.. and Mrs. 'trU' Tolber Little Eoline Green, daughter last Friday night with Mr. and For The Young' Man

: 9f ,Lake, City spent! the weekend of -Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Mrs. A. ,L. Moram in Gainesville routine week in Starke t
,Groves i
-' with Mr. and ,Mrs, David Green, underwent eye surge, and Saturday and Sunday Major's Court Monday night 51, Perfect Hack-To-School '

: Montgomery! and ,helped celebrate at Alachua General Hospitallast I with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. saw 11 cases appear: before $$1 J50TO $$300 ;

.. !the} third birthday anniversary'of ; week. Taylor in Palatka.Dr. Mayor Randal Chitty. Former Resident K

: 'ijtUe Janet Mont Mrs. Pearl Colson and son, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Marion William Thornton,' j, Reg $2.98 $3.49, $3.98 :

.,. ..gomery at a small" party'for i ifew' Mike, of Providence spent sev Jr. and family returned Sunday I I I reckless driving, fined ,$27.50 Of ,Graham. MEN'S SLACKS '

.friends., ,. eral day this week with Mrs. from a two weeks vacation I and license. suspended, for ''15' .Graves:51; '

_Patsy Helms'and Nancy Gay W. H. Hart and family. in Decatur, Ga. with Mr. Olin ,O. of Day-:! r Easy To Fit-' 'ash'n"rar $
tona Beach, died in Halifax
: spent J last week at Camn-of. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sewellof and Mrs. D..G. Scott. days.George Wesley Rosier reckless Hospital there 'Tuesday morning :; ,by' HUBBARD $750 .
the Mrs. H. G. and
-Suwannee in Branford. Atlanta were weekend Bollinger :
driving, fined $27.50. I after a brief illness: I, -
Garry Helms guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Bill mother. Mrs. J. 0. Winters ; Sizes 28.40
i was s
Sr., left Brady B. Sullivan, public Mr. Graves was born at ;
Graham. Wednesday to spend
his uncle and aunt, Mr. ; Reg. $6.98 $7.98 Reg.
and intoxication, four in $9.98 ALL
days Graham' BOYS
ten on March IS, 1911
: Airs"! W; R. Oottf n .'in Hastings John Brookins of Sylvania, days with Mr. and Mrs. ,II ,
6 last week. Ga. was a recent visitor of Nelson Hamilton in Greenville Carey Levi Lewi?, puolic intoxication and had lived Daytona for

: Mr.'and Mrs. Gerald Stan Mr. and' Mrs. Michael Gil- I Ohio and to attend the forfeited bond of the past 25 years, where he v ,$-$5Q0$700$ VIM TRUNKS

Jey_ !and, Mr. and_ Mrs. James hooly and family. t; Rehmert family reunion. They} $27.50. operated a grocery store. He, .

: High and son of Columbus'. Mr. and "Mrs. W. W. Wardof will be accompanied by Mrs. Carey Levi Lewis, destroying I was a member of the First .

Ohio were weekend Guest$ bi Albany Ga. were Saturdayto Edna Hutchinson who will vis- ? private property, case dismissed I" Baptist Church of Daytona. ,:; .- Wide Selection ,

: Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. Warren. Wednesday guests of Mr. it 'Mr. and Mrs. C. J. KIgert I when damages paid. Surviving are his wife, Once;

/I Mr: and Mrs. Parker and-Mrs. W. F. Glenn. in Athens, Ala. L. Thomas. Field Smith, reckless 1 Smith Graves, and one daughter -! ;ladies Canvas ShoesSizes'5 of Styles and Colors '

I : of CharliE Midshipman Bans Graham ,Becky\ Dinkins will return ; driving, fined $27-50. sentence Ifrs". ShirleY' Lorraine .1 .
Cocoa and Mrs. Bhelli < :
w Friday after attending the suspended. f'Gainey both'of Daytona two Sizes 220j .
Gene apd Mr, aril} Mrs... Brad returned Saturday from a Dixie Twirlorama r .. ; to 10 Reg. $1.98 $2.98 .., !
McRae, brothers
three weekstrip at Emory Eugene Sylvester Felton I1 Graves of
M Locke and; children of J$ck- through Eu- I J'
lfe s f t 1 tote 'weekend rope. He aiU'return to the U.I,University Decatur Ga., for t public intoxication, fined*"Lutz and- Leon Graves Wynn'of. r Reg. $1.98 Reg. $2.98 Reg. $3.98

:Jl J} 8. NaYaf Academy'at two weeks.! J3.50! or sentenced to five)- Graham; two( sisters, MrS, '

.:.'i J3,mOUyll rn.; "X.. Wens-J.\. ,:'Md. on Saturday.Annapolis <' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson days. in jail.Eugene f'J. A. SUllivan; Daytona Beach $123 AND $$207 $$49 $19? $$279
: '. 1 J. bl Winters Jr.-of Atlanta .I and sons Henry (Monti- Sylvester McRae.r J4r 5. Edward Broughton- A-- :
", Mrsa lltcp!. ion i cello are pending several., disorderly conduct by disturbing [ham: and three grandchildren_ ;

a lyW b!E sou.e iM faqiilr. N.r. Gas, the weekend I,. days,with. Mr. and Mrs.. F. P. { the peace, sentenced to 'a'I "Funeral services were held I
and t Mrs.. Lylfc ; in guest of Dr. and .Mrs._ ,H. G.
.. : Soliinger. Stump.. : l[ fine of $27.50 or to five days f at"- 11 a.m. Thursday in the

(/' Charlotteavii 4' .Ite, y' a. ..'. .y. j 'ilr. and Mrs. Woodf Haile j.:j in jaiL. First Baptist Church, Day- Many -. Many Other Values During Our Summer Clearance Sale!

Mr. and Mrs.. Logan, Bald- _Ear 1 D nmark" of J ckson-I ..piarni arrived, Saturday toj.r' Eugene Sylvester r McRae.disorderly .I tona,with Rev. Vernon Brown .

: w, n. spent! _the weekend with v'ille and.' .Charles spend several"days j th. Mrs.'Jjohnny conduct by use of' ffi iating. Burial'was hiDe t11T i t
..col'pd Mrs k JEL C.. Wall in" Ocala were last' 'Thursday'dinner 'W.. Pi'H ne. ]profane' and indecent 'language ...dan Cemetery near Brooker.,

Si Augusliner Cd.. and Mrs. ;'Brow"bg.guest of Mr. and aQd Dick Torpde 1 ,.five days in jail. where: : committal services-were

'WalJ }ef1'1$' Wedne" lay'lor &vid Mrs.// are at Camp Immokalee, .. .for '-E geneSYlvester McRae hel dat 4 pjn. 4 hop and

.. [Yashinpto..Ll. C.-iiviT'where Col. .dr. and Mrf Jpseph two weeks. feckiess driving 60 days, onprobation. !r Local'arratigements were inWl'ge f Save

e'r liq IJ.->> f A u' r Mr'' a'7., ". secondoperation e and r: family,have returned. ,, Mr., apd: Mrs. L. D. Green" } .., I ofthe DeWW tt-Cr Jones1 . .

a pr : Jn, ftp l wee'ksyis t'vith- .taeirvpv tlrenlo5 spent last Wednesday to, Saturday eriry E. Funnanik, 1mpro.1 ,
.d. Walter'f. V in r Funeral Home. ;
:n Bid H osplt) tV ii Weston, W'Jju f at Steinhatchee.. t r passing fined J.j
'''. aww ,:. .tw&iw. .' ....,-> IH. .'_? ..:.,...-f'' _112.50, ,..... .' ,


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I I i' THURSDAY. JULY 19.\ 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TLEGRAP1t.: CTAUITP. .,_ vrnm. ........, ...9Yft_
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II I Betty Jean SchmittIs Reception Given I I Barbecue SupperAt OF THANKS

Guest I
For Mrs. Johns; I Outlaw Home With deepest gratitude we

I At Lovely.Shower Supper At LakeTwo i i extend this word of thanksfor

Twenty-nine members of the I j the many kind acts of
Miss Betty Jean Schmitt. : 1 sympathy, expressed by
delightful parties
lfr were Adult:: A. Sunday school de-
bride-elect of 18 J''j' ;
GLADYS MOOTY PHQNE 964-0631 August was given this week honoring Pvt. !| thoughtful friends. These
of the First Baptist
I partment ;
complimented at
II I a bridal .: and Mrs. W. H. Johns, who' kindnesses have meant muchto

,; Klu _. _.. shower Saturday night given I_ F LEFib left Wednesday for Camp ;, Church enjoyed a barbecue j I us. -The family and children -
by Mrs. Dave Pa lk, :Mrs. Er- chicken supper at the Lavern
I Gordon, Augusta Ga. i I of Leona C. Edwards.
IiI Outlaw home last Friday eve- |
vin Andrews, and Mrs. Ver- i I
) On Monday evening St.
Reddish at the .' \ ning. :
non ,
lovely '
I I IIi JI ..- Mark's parish house was the I'
t---- 1 >
new home of the latter on During the evening outdoor II
I setting a lovely receptionfor i I
Bayless Highway.An :, Mrs. Johns given by the' sports were enjoyed. i J ATHLETFS FOOT

attractive pink and : Episcopal Women of the :"'... HOW TO TREAT IT-
white color motif was car- 'i ,::' Apply lutut-Jrytac T4L. Tow fed I
Church. O? ""- have you an old refrigerator., take hold ta ItchUf, bumtnj, tmiiutu.
ried out :<<' ',
in the -
party decora- jf" Guests were greeted at the I "t" ,' rk_ ta 3 to 5 days w&tekiafectid
,. fan tools which no longer -
tions. A point of interest in ", or you : skis lUnik .11. W.teb kt.ltfcrkm
-,,: ,F'.t, door by Mrs. Edward Burns : r. :" replace It. If not pleased IN ONE
the living room was a large #;J',;;.,'," and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and i use. Convert them into cash HOUR. y.ur 44 h5k at all' drug
Ii"' ': NOW at
; ;: ask t'.n.
antique birdcage, garlandedwith now. Phone 964-3101 and
I "' !' presented to the receiving line I
ivy, and pink flowers, ,.: / composed of Mrs. Herbert for classified. ALL DRUG STORES
: \
t., I '
holding an imitation ', c
the Mrs. L.
1 Thomas honoree \ 1
.. I
.h> \\ :
bird.The ,_ ; \.." ". T Johns, and Mrs. Delano i! .
{, '':' 'I :}
,,. refreshment table was 4 .''" .:,}, : Thomas. The receiving line !
Margaret Douglas !
<:"', ;'k'
,1 ,. ,
covered with a white cutwork 4 :;: : '
1t t i ,r ? :;t. stood in front of the fireplace i iI i|
cloth and centered with '
.. .. an where the Marion CottleEngagem.nt
\ : mantel held a beautiful -
I of !
arrangement pink and :
arrangement of pink and ToldMr.
white summer flowers and artificial -
<.' whit hydrangeas, button ,
fruit in a silver, bowl. by'': 1 I
and balanced
Pink milk glass appointmentswere mums fern and< Airs. Cecil L. Doug- ;
silver candelabra holding
pP used, including a pink i las announce the engagement I
pale yellow tapers. and
approaching marriage of
milk bowl
glass punch at one
P I end of the table. Miss Mary The tea table was attractive |' their daughter, Margaret Ann, RESTAURANT
II with an Italian cutwork cloth,
to Marion Cottle '
.. son Mrs.
Schmitt, sister of the bride- :

} bowl.elect, presided at the punch ver centered candelabra wtih an holding antique pale sil- David Cottle,Cottle all of and Starke.the late Mr. Sunday Special - $1.35Baked

ir- yellow candles and garlanded :j
The wedding will be an event -
I d Appropriate games were with white carnations, large : Chicken with Dressing
played during the evening and Miss Frances Landrum t of Wednesday evening,
Shasta daisies, circus
Exchanges Vows roses Southern Fried Chicken
: prizes were awarded to the Aug. 1, at 8 o'clock in St.

l winners. With Lt. Taylor In First Baptist ChurchMiss was and centered grapes. The with punch a crystal table Mark's Episcopal Church with Calf's Liver, Saute Onions

._ 2' The hostesses presented the a reception following in the Fried Filet Fish Steak
punch bowl, and was decorated -
I I -.t .:... .-. .-.' _._ _-_ honoree with a matched ice Frances Landrum|I I was complemented with a'' with diagonal garland of Parish House. : TWO
1 bucket and eight glass set daughter of Mrs. Merritt Han- ; golden-glow cymbidium
as or- No invitations are being
Vivian Gayle Redding Warren G. memento to the occasion. num Williams and the late T.I j,! chid smilax, fern, and grapes.
l.Jf Johns a Frank corsage. Presiding at the punch bowl sent but all friends and rela- Whipped Potatoes Green Lima Beans

: Are Wed In Fifty guests were invited to Landrum of Starke be- j Mrs. Taylor wore a square Mrs Ciyw tferwillegar tives of the couple are invited Cole SlawDESSERT Buttered Corn
Jacksonville Ceremony were
j : attend between the hours came the bride of Lt. Linton necked dusty rose sheath of i and Mrs. Julian McRae. As- to attend. i

eight and nine-thirty. Augustus Taylor Jr., son ofj i !imported lace over taffeta i :
Miss Vivian Gayle Redding wedding cake topped with sissting at the tea table were Lemon Sauce Jello
a Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Taylor Sr. i i with satin trim ments committee for the 1962 ; Old Fashioned Bread Pudding, ,
and. matching ;
f daughter of Mr. and Mrs. miniature bride and i| Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. Mat-
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I groom Jacksonville in a beautiful :i accessories. She |: reunion were Jim Alderman of Whipped CreamBEVERAGE
I Horace M. Redding of Jacksonville around which was a garland '| wore a corsage -'I tie Gahagan, and Mrs. Clif- ;
wedding o'clock
at 8
[ ceremony ]j of champagne cymbidiumorchids t I Grandin Marvis Roberts i :
1 ;
and Warren Gary of greenery and white carna I ton Brown. Passing trays were
I Saturday evening July 7, in
with dusty rose i Gainesville, T. Alderman i Coffee Or Hot or Cold Tea
I Johns son of Mrs. Ernie C. : tions. I the First Baptist Church. Per- I throats. Miss Ann Terwillegar and 1 1 J. ,

I Johns and the late Mr. Johns! Mrs. Ruth Ritch and Mrs. r forming the double ring cere- The Miss Sherry McRae. j Hampton; and L. A. Canova, !

of Lawtey, were united' in Geneva Redding cut and serv- mony were Rev. Leo A. He- the Starke reception Woman's was held in The honoree was presentedwith | Starke. I Chef's Special . $1.50
marriage on Friday June 15, ed the bride's cake. Mrs. Lu- bert, a casserole with stand I
pastor, Rev.
1 at 8 :p.m. in the Jones Road cille Mosley and Mrs. Minnie Thomas G. Mitchell assisted of by Brad .': where Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand from her hostesses as a me- \ THE RIGHT POINT for the! Fillet :Mignon

Baptist Church Jacksonville.Rev. Johns presided at the punch I enton. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith mento of the occasion. !, way you writ Come in and: Tossed Green Salad Bowl

Banks H. pastor' greeted the guests. The receiving this delightful affair select favorite ESTER-!
Baker bowl. Misses Maxine Reddingand Nuptial music was rendered Attending your : Hot Rolls & Butter
of the church. performed the Carol Jean Mosley kept j line, standing in the were approximately 50 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-I
by Mrs. L. A. Canova organist -
i lounge, composed of Mrs.
double-ring candlelight j I GRAPH.
cere- the bride's book. guests. ,
and Mrs. John R. Linn,
Williams, Mrs. J. F. Rogers, 1 '
mony. I "- --- --- -I
I The couple took a wedding soloist. | II I
grandmother of the
bride Mr.
The altar Ii Linda Sale
decorated Miss
was trip to the mountains in North The altar of the church and Mrs. i Kay was
Taylor Sr., the bride
with baskets of gladioli peonies I hostess at a delightful buffet
Carolina and Tennessee. They was enhanced with sunburst 1 and ROBBINS'S
and bridal attend-
fl and .stock against and swim party for
a I supper Continuing
are now residing at 2225 My- arrangements of gladioli, I
f background of potted palms. ; ants.The Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson II .
ra Street Jacksonville. giant mums and chrysanthemums mantel the
| over -
Music was provided by'Mrs. I Tuesday evening at the
; against backgroundof
I C.< D. Parker, pianist and j .,. a 'j held two line arrange- home of her parents on Kings- :, .
I Miss Elaine Redding who Shower Given palms, jade, and huckle- ments, on either side of the ley Lake. ,- Summer Stock ReducingTHANKS
berry. Standards of
I sang "I Love You Truly" and For Mrs. Dixon I I branch seven- 1:,, mirror composed of Belles of i, Summer flowers were used -
I Peggy Adams j I candelabra, with burn- Ireland, white stock carna-
"Because. I II : to advantage in decorating
ing tapers, cast a soft glow
f Miss sister Recent BrideMrs. tions and yellow roses. These ; of interest in the
Sherry Redding, Weds Mr. DixonIn over the setting. Burning tap- points par-
either side
I I of the bride, attended as maidof I on ty rooms. The 20 guests en-
ers were placed on the windowsills
Honor in a ballerina length Dewey Dixon. the for- Church Rites by candelabra holding joyed swimming before the
I and the pews were: mark- white
I gown of pale pink silk organza mer Peggy Adams. a recent I ed with gladioli and : tapers. buffet supper.
I Miss Adams sprays Palms and arrangements of
taffeta with matching bride, at Peggy i, Johns
over a was complimented a i white Mr. and Mrs. were
j the bride of Dewey Dixon on i I satin bows. An arrangement gladioli, giant mums, and ladleto
with bridal shower
trimmed lovely with
I short veil Thursday presented a gravy
I : Saturday, June 30, at 6 p. m. of gladioli and mums cushion mums, and antique f
pearls. She carried a bouquet night. July 12. at the Episcopal .I I graced the table in'th. foyer. their chosen silver pattern
J silver candelabra used
of. pink: carnations. Parish House, given by in the First Methodist Church. LIr. served his :were from, their hostess as a me-
Taylor Sr.
I f Bridesmaids were Miss Sue Mrs! Robert Barksdale, Mrs. I Rev. J. R. Brabham performed son as best man, and the ushers throughout The bride's the table club rooms covered 'r mento to the occasion. TO YOU For your response to last week's ad in the Tele

Redding, sister of the bride, Myldred Cuttino, Mrs. Arlen the double ring ceremonyin were Roy Jowers of Washington I was Miss Sale was assisted by graph. It was the greatest response in the history of ROBBINS! Yes, this
with a white satin floor j
((3 "I ',.nd Miss Virginia Gaskins McKnight, Mrs. Ressie Colson, I the presence of a few D.C., Robert Strange length cloth overlaid with a ; her mother. Mrs. Guy Sale, is our greatest sale! ever in Starke. Now we offer you even FURTHER
,who wore identical gowns ands Miss Diane Whitehead, Mrs.F. friends and relatives. i and Mrs. L. E. Josey.
of Jacksonville Jimmy Jow- ; handsome cutwork cloth, with i REDUCED PRICES-LOWER THAN EVEN LAST WEEK'S on Many

'headpieces as the maid of B. Beard Mrs. E. D. Tenly, The bride, wearing a street- i ers of Orange Park, cousins of insets of Alencon lace. The Items. Save Now, At our Greatest Sale in 20 Years!

I' h nor in strawberry pink, and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. length dress of white embroidered -I the bridegroom, and Howard beauty of. the table was en- Alderman Family

.and carried bouquets of pink mantel in the silk organza over taffeta, : : '
The recep- I McClelland of Columbus, Ohio. I II hanced by the three-tiered ]Holds Reunion
given in marriage by her VALUES TO !
was S5.P5
'carnations. tion room held a fan-shaped Mrs. 'Richard L. Sieffermanof
I i wedding cake with its sprays : All Ladies 1 GROUP LADIES
Clifford Johns brother of older brother Otis Adams. I Elects Officers
of white and
arrangement Tampa, sister of the bride, I of white orchids, stephanotis
:the groom, served as best man., flowers. The She carried a white Bible top- |
pink summer I attended as matron of honor and lilies-of-the rest- All
valley Slips
Ushers were Richard Redd- tea table was covered with a ped with a nosekay of white and serving as bridal attend- I' ing on a base around ,which j T. J. Alderman Jr. of Ocala Dress Shoes FLATSREDUCED

ling, brother of the bride and cutwork cloth and centered carnations.Miss ents were Miss Idell Landrum I', was a wide ruffle of nylon tulle I was elected president of the
Ronald Kimbrell, nephew of Carolyn Norman attended I Southern Branch of the Al- TO and Bed Room Slippers
with a bouquet of white gladioli ,of Durham N.C., sister of the | over white satin caught at I
the groom. and mums. At one end of the bride as maid of biide Mrs. Howard McCl- derman family at the annual
intervals with showers of sat- '
i 'The bride given in mar- the table was a crystal punchbowl honor in a blue linen and \ land of Columbus, Ohio: cousin in ribbons. The cake was topped reunion of the group held last $$1| 99 sLZ1cJ! $$100

:;rIde by her father chose a and at the other end lace dress with matching jac- I of the bride Mrs. Willis ,II with valley lilies. Flank- I weekend at Gold Head Branch

I I i ballerina length gown Chan- I were silver trays and compotes ket, complemented with a Chesser of Keystone Heights I ing the cake on either side : State Park.

tllly lace over satin with a : holding decorated cake squares white carnation corsage. I Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Miss were 'low silver candle holders Other officers elected were '

high scalloped neckline and nuts and mints. Miss Pete Luke served the groomas i Shi Ann Smith of Starke. i with epergnettes holding ar- I! George A. Canova of Starke 4&

long sleeves tapering to points I Whitehead presided at the best man. Charlotte Brooks of Brooks-I rangemenls] of yellow sweetheart vice president; Mrs. Guy Wil- Hand Bags ; DRESSESOUT

over her hands. The skirt'I punch bowl and Mrs. Beard A reception was held immediately ville, cousin? of the bride, serv roes and miniature liams, Palatka, secretary; and

which fell in tiers of pleated I greeted guests at the door. after the ceremonyat ed as flower girl. ,-. jt T I i white carnations. Silver compotes I' Nat Alderman, Pooler Ga., OUT THEY GO AT THEY LAST

net featured side panels. Her I The hostesses presented the the home of Helen Hard- I All attendants were'attired outlined with ruffles of I re-elected treasurer.

I illusion veil was attached to honoree with an electric enbrook. The bride's table in identical street length t white and yellow tulle and Approximately 100 persona! $$149; White Bone $$199ALL
i Patent
i a crown of irridescent sequinsand toaster as a memento to the covered with a white linen I sheath dresses of maize | centered with nosegays, of : from the Southern states attended -
I- She carried a white I Low Heel High Heel
( pearls. occasion. cloth and centered with a I silk organza over taffeta. Pinocchio c h r ysanthemums this 11th annual re-

Bible topped with white carLI three-tiered wedding cake''The -gowns were en- and yellow sweetheart roses j union. Highlight of the event SALE PRICE

nations centered with a white !; Rehearsal SupperFor topped with a miniature bride hanced with a low scooped were placed on the tables was an inspirational talk by CATALINA LAST WEEK AT ONLY GIRLS

orchid. and groom. Miss Hardenbrookwas neckline short sleeves, and holding decorated mints. I R. Bruce Alderman of Baltimore $3.99

.t Mrs. Redding chose for her Dunagan-Ezell assisted in serving by Mrs. street length overskirt of silk Garlands of smilax were Md., who was awardeda Knit Shirts SHOESPRICED

daughter's wedding a pink Wedding PartyMiss I Freda Hardenbrook and Miss organza made on a contour used and caught at the center gift for coming the longest Now Reduced

;I lace sheath, and! Mrs.afternoon John'swore I Carolyn Norman.Mr. taffeta belt caught at the I I by white satin and yellow II i! distance. TO CLEAR Patents Leathers
a light Melva Dunagan and Dixon is serving with front waistline with a flat I nylon net bows centered with Others receiving gifts were

dress. Both wore corsages of 1! Rev. Roger Ezell were honorI the Highway Patrol in Ocala, taffeta bow. Their headpieceswere a spray of carnations and yel- Thomas Jay Alderman HI of
white held the A educational receptionwas I at a delightful buffet sup- where the couple will reside. flat bows of maize taffeta -f f low sweetheart roses with Ocala, six-months-old son of $$149 $$2.99

I per Saturday night following secured to circular veils of 1 showers of narrow satin ribbons Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman

building of the church where their wedding rehearsal. Mr. MYF Subdistrict illusion. They carried bouquetsof to which were attached 'Jr. of Ocala the youngest per-

1 the bride's table was covered I and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mr. I yellow Fugii mums. againsta j I small. white wedding bells. At' son; Mrs. G. W. Alderman, 89, GIRLS CATALINA ALL GIRLS
and I
with a white lace, cloth and Mrs. M. L Lawson, and Picnic Held background of chartreuse t! the corners of the table were !i of Starke, the oldest person;

centered with a three-tiered Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson At Lake satin. leaves. The maid of f I attached bows of white satin I! and the Jack Shoemaker family DRESSES
CityTwentyseven Swim Suits
were hosts for this affair given honor carried a- cascade' of Fugii ', ribbon and yellow tulle. Two i i I of Tallahassee the larg- PAJAMAS S .

Harrod at the home of the former people *mums and golden" rapture ; seven-branched candelabra to 3 3I est family.
Miss young '
Patty -
on N. Temple Avenue. the an- roses. which were attached fanshap i Appointed to the arrange-
from Starke attended
I 99 $199
'Is ComplimentedAt The attractively appointed nual Subdistrict MYF picnic at .Miss.Landrum chose for*ber i lioli arrangements' of' glad- I I I $$2 $$39
cushion ,
Shower buffet table, covered with a Young's Park in Lake City from wedding a. gown _of silk organza I and mums formed raine McKettrick 0 f Fort S

> pink linen cloth, was centered 1 to 6 'p. m. Tuesday. Approxi with deep scooped< neckline j I a background for thebride's I I! Pierce. Sara Osborne of Ral- ""

Miss Patty Harrod of Jack- with an arrangement of mately 100 members and their ornamented with appli- i table. Fivebranchedsilver ford, Linda Kay Sale, Mrs. Sport Shirts

t sonville, bride-elect of August pink roses and white crepe leaders from over the district I ques of Alencon lace and organza candelabra, hoi ding: Ewell Lawson Mrs. Randy Men's DressSHOES LACE and PULL-ON

4, was complimented with a myrtle in a silver bowl. This enjoyed this event rosebuds. Long sleeves white candles were used in ,;: Johns, Mrs. M. W. Furlong,

shower Wednesday afternoon, was balanced by single silver After swimming in the pool,! tapered to calla points over 1 the reception rooms. j i. Mrs. Meed Lewis and Kathy $149 BOOTS $6"
.' given by Mrs. J. F. Blood- candle holders with burning everyone gathered for a cover-I her wrist and the voluminous : The punch tables were over- Struth. .
laid with white cloths
organdy :
worth, Mrs. F. W. Strickland. white tapers. ed dish supper which had been skirt with full chapel train Others assisting in caring

:Mrs. Ann Parker and Mrs. Guest list included the hon- prepared and brought by those was worn over crinoline, Punch over satin was floor served length from cloths.silver'!i,| for the guests were Mrs. J. Dress Pants Mens Ivy League

John A. Torode at the home ored couple, their bridal atten- attending. During a short business caught up at the sides and W. Kincaid, Mrs. O. L Beas-

'of the latter, 513 N. Walnut dants, and members of the I session after supper, it, back in deep poufs, and held punch bowls on silver trays. \, ley. Mrs. Garl Mathews Mrs. now Pants
The bnde's book ,table held! $399 $399
,, with loops of the silk organza
'Street. family. -as'decided to hold the next I Lucile,Davis. Mrs. F. B. Beard

I Summer flowers in shadesof Subdistrict meeting at Worthington and appliques,of Alencon lace.:' a silver compote containing a' Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mrs. V. V.

pink and white highlighted Recent BirthsMr. Springs on Monday, Aug. Her only ornament -'was a ,crescent shaped arrangement !! Hazen Mrs. Leola Roberts,
of Esther Reed daisies and i Work Pants
20. strand of pearls given to her
'points of interest in the par- Mrs.' P. T. Nolin, Mrs. Charles Men's Work
I by the bridegroom. Her three-; yellow sweetheart roses. The $500
ty rooms for the occasion. The and Mrs. J. L. Anderson The name for this:new Sub- Darby BetsY Matthews,
attractively appointed tea table 'Jr., of Charlottsville, Va. district, which is a merger of! tiered fingertip veilof' En- .! table was overlaid with white- and; Beverly Brooks of Brooks- now-. $ U 99 Shirts
glish 'illusion attached to organiy: over white satin andi Values $119All
was to
I was covered with an imported announce the birth of a the New Life and Garfield ville, cousin of the bride. Pass- $9.95
a Swiss crown of orange blossoms i garlanded with smilax. i
-1 linen cutwork cloth daughter Ann Morrow on .Evans Subdistricts, will be selected I ing rice bags were Jennifer -

and centered with a crystal July 3. Paternal grandmotheris II at the September meet- and seed pearls. She car- Mrs. James A. Griffin Mrs. Davis of Gainesville, and Glen- Boys Dress

p punch bowl placed in a bed Mrs. Alice Anderson of ing. Each church in the Sub-i,ried a cascade arrangement of 1 A. L. Bone of Jacksonville da and Debbie Stange of Jacksonville -

'of greenery and interspersed Starke. 'I!district is asked to submit a, stephanotis, lilies-of-the-val- Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs: cousins of the groom. BOYS-SIZE 8% to 3 Shoes $ fl 99 Boy's Dungarees

florets. ('name. The winning church will .ley.Vith: i sprays of nylon tulle W. H. Miner of Akron. Ohio, i After I .
I with pink gladioli Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Can- spending some time Levis
puffs, and satin leaves with aunt of cut the Dickies
be awarded $5 for its MYF1 bride
with their the
I The hostesses were assisted ova. Starke announce the guests couple Cow Boy Boots
treasury. i pearls ,centered with Belmont 'I bride's cake. Keeping thebride's Boys Sport
V ,in serving by Elaine Strick- birth of a daughter, on July I gardenias. j left on a wedding trip to Day-
''land and Pam Parker.' 18 in Bradford County Hospi- book were Mrs. Gary tona Beach and points South. $| 99
The honoree was presented CEMETERY WORKING I Mrs. Williams chose for her Hildebran and Barbara The bride, chose for travelinga Shirts49
tal.Mr. 'daughter's wedding a Candle- Stange of Jacksonville cousin
two piece suit of pearl
silver tray from her i grey $399
a and Mrs. Carlos Manning There will be a working at| light tissue taffeta and lace of the bridegroom. silk with multicolor

hostesses as a remembrance MaxvUle. announce the the Dyal Cemetery. first gown with modified bell shaped ; : tables paisley '
accasion. I Presiding at the punch silk blouse and matching pearl DflDDIM( "The Store
; I :of this delightful birth of a son Mark Anthony, Friday in August. All people : .. skirt and lace bodice with:' were Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. ; grey accessories. This

.' Fifty guests were invited to on July 14 in Doctor's Hospi-j t interested please come and : i elbow length sleeves and of Gainesville. Mrs. Jeanette complemented with a purple was EWWJIII;) Values"
call during the party h urs. tat :"
'... help. ;matching accessories. This Clark of Jacksonville. LOI-J Cattleya orchid corsage. .1



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I tI I Local/ Guard Companies Leave hSaturday f Promotion 30 to be counted in the elec- i:j I some brisk action, including each act o! kindness shown us

I\ : : % _. tion results. the Watson Warehouse and
:. H ? C41 L '. I 1 over the past several months
} ,. i..-. ,:.. ,,1 fo Be 'Outlined The committeemen elected Big Dollar at High Springs. (II i
For I % during the .illness of Gerry.
Tit" Summer Camp ;1Starke. Next TuesdayA will assume office on October Bradford County which has j i Although God saw fit to take
Or !, 1, 1962 to serve for a one-year I 250 acres in tobacco and Union -
Still Sounds Good
Fantasy-It '$. Company C anll will attend Chemical Biological plan for retail trade promotion period through September 30 County with about 275 him from us, we shall always

.b Camp Blanding's Company B and Radiological Personnel ] for the city of Starke 1963. The ASC County Committees II acres, are expected to come remember the expressions of
Is it true'what' they. say about Florida the conservative side! An entire new will at 7:42 ain. this1 and Unit Monitoring Team
; leave : ; ] J j for, the balance of 1962 will :;. administer locally the with a yield perhaps slightly kindness in the many beauti-
?/, aerospace industry will have to be de- Saturday for '''Fort Stewart, !I School. CWO-3 A. L. Crosby 1 be outlined for members ofi I i various national farm programs the W. L. Brown plantation of I ful floral arrangements, food,

favoredstate veloped, and it will be more complex Ga. and their annual two- :. has been appointed mess and 1 the, Retail. Trade Committee i under: the United States '
will be going for a ride; during than the existing airplane in ustry. An I week summer camp, Chief !: pay-roll officer and Sp-5 J. .Tuesday 'morning accordingto :, Department of Agriculture 35 acres near Brooke and ;other.. ..ways" shown us in

the next decade almost as exciting. asr estimated 5,000 different companieswill I Warrant. ,Officer, A. L. Crosby- :' Tomlinson has been. appointed I ; an announcement by Char- : dealing with production ad- CARD OF THANKSWe or_bereavement. The family

the Nova rocket Jr. reports. I' mail clerk, :j les, Sawyer committee chair- justment, price support, con-
one to betaken Jby.,a" be needed for Project Apollo,, .An advance detachment- ', ? f!, '1 I ....of Gerry Wendell Triest
servation assistance, and
spe- I
andful of astronauts it is said. 'man. would like to express
ship! carrying"} compose of Sergeants 0 P. i Ernest and Carlie Mae Triest.
t on one fateful :day .dU '1ng"' that' period. They won't all be in Florida, of:! Hutto, W. C. Rhoden;' :and;'Pins; > e ye.ti'7' ', [ Sawyer' in announcing themeeting ; cial assigned emergency by type the Secretaryof programsas our heartfelt appreciation for

|1t 'th crystal ball are right course. At present, Cape Canaveral is 'I'J urged every committee .
$ ,gazers t Sidney Jackson Sp-4 Warren 1 Agriculture or Congress.The
in their predictions, by' the time the ,' designated as the launching site. The I Starling and Sp-4 Irvin Cov- ),e f eats)Sarden : member, since approval to be in attendance will be- various program policiesof

moon flight becomes reality, Florida Atlas missiles that put the astronauts I ington, left this morning to Jn Softball needed-'to put the plan in effect the Agriculture" Department\ TOBACCO' PRICESI

will have, undergone a' transformation in space are made in California, and i, receive supplies in prepara-! City and gear the efforts of are based largely on the advice ; TOP

'such as no other state in ;the union has the great Nova missile for moon ex-] tion for the main body. Companies -' retail'' merchants for the fall and recommendations oi
of the 748th Ordinance}i Pine Leyel from : these local farmer commit
ever experienced. ploration will be,made elsewhereprobably came eight and winter shopping seasons I

They say that the magic magnet, of at a plant near New Orleans. Stewart.Battalion to convoy to Fort runs behind, and defeated ahead. The meef is scheduledfor j I tees. Strickland's and Farmers. Independent,

({he launching pad for Project Apollo) If think you've Garden Restaurant 11-9 last the Guidon Grill at 9:30: I
; you seen. rapid Upon arrival .at camp both j week in the Starke Slow- i Warehouses Lake Fla. Will
I the moon shot,.will attract,to t)iis state growth before-listen to this: it's predicted companies from here will go Pitch Softball League. This Tuesday morning Bradford, Union at City,
:. '
,so many people as to make the.national that Cocoa, the small town across immediately to their' bivouac: was Garden's. secoiu|Joss of: ,! 'Hn ".lill| |*!*;!![i. Have Their Opening Sale .
population explosion sound ..Iike.a fire the causeway from Canaveral, will become areas .to carry out their mis., the year,and. the first in lea- ]Plans In ProgressFor i Market Tobacco -1 .'2.

cracker. By' ,970.1t'is!* said Florida will the hub'of,metropolis estimatedto sion of furnishing\ ordinance f gue play, since last year. ,J ASC Elections i I -I THURSDAYJULY 26
J !i and maintenance, support to i The tobacco crop in Brad
I'i have passed Massachusetts and New reach a million-plus population.. In other games' during theweek 1.I
Jersey to rank as the seventh largest Behind it, a .triangle of industrial\ the 48th Division. CompanyC Garden trounced Com-', Preliminary plans are now ford and Union counties be> I

state. plants, housing developments and other will} support Combat Com- munityState Bank 14-0 while 1 being: made for the annual gan to move to market las''' The Warehouses Are Now Open To Re
I maud. .C of the 48th DiviSionand StallingSrineaked by. Brooker Agricultural Stabilization and week ahead of the openin!>
I What oil did for Texas, the'automo- appendages to, the rocket program will ,Company B will support and Natural Gas beat Wil- i
bile for Michigan,.the. cow for Illinois spread from the Atlantic Ocean clear Combat Command B. Each liam's ucwelry 81. t elections to be held during : day, July 26.

} and aircraft for (California, the missileis across the peninsula. Some of it, no combat command composes These games completed the, I August.: j Most of the tobacco whit 1 Load And You'll Be Glad You Did.

about to do for.Florida--oply' : it'fr, go doubt, will even reach this part of I approximately a third of the regular scheduled league games I, Felix Sapp, Chairman of the I has already been delivered tc

ing to be about, a a i fast< and sensational North Central,Florida.. division. The two companies for the year. 1 Bradford ASC County Committee : the Strickland Warehouses a1

as. the rockets, that are causing' it all. And how will all this affect tourism willbe }tn bivouac four days Standings, W L GB j ; has announced that 1 Lake City has been pronounced -if We Guarantee Top Market PricesC.

Florida was far from standing still Florida's pr sent'greatesf fit toef| :,in until they re.turn to the' main Garden Rest.. 11 1 the elections? will be by mail ; as of at least fair qualit

\I I before all this happened, but the :pace trade, and an industry that is currently post July 25. Stallings . . 9 3 2 ballot again this year and and B. B. McCormick office .
I set during the past few, might enjoying of ,A division parade and in? Natural Gas ". ... ."6' 6 5 that the ballots will be mailedto manager is anticipating some!
years oil ,the. best years ?
ever .
market activity beginning
Brooker . . 6 6 5 all known eligible farmer lively B. STRICKLAND
make it ? .
that view The project
seem wayjn. what'so Noya, shouldn't hurt. it.a i Thursday.
Williams Jewelry. 5 7 6 voters on or about August 20, I
come. bit. the, forecasters say. Might even t than 10,000 troops will parti- Pine Level . 39 8 and must be returned to the Other area auction ware- -
{; Here is just a portion of the development give it a boost. Can you imagine many cipate. In the reviewing stand Community State 2 10 9 ASC County Office by August houses too are preparing for

s'' foreseen for the state by the things more likely to lure the kids on I'will be the governors of Flor r ***" /., ,

First Research Corporation of Miami: vacation (and oldsters, too) than seeing ida and Georgia along with Starke Loses Appliance- Radio, Television

A population jump from the present the rockets' red glare head sky-, 48tji Division Commander BANK BROKENThe I

( five million to at least 7.8 million or, ward, as they do several times a week I General Maxwell C. Snyder, Little Boy's j jjTourney :

t more likely, 8.5 million by 1970. already? No, the rockets should provea Guard.who is retiring from the Game ; Bank at the Vagabond Corner has r SERVICE AT ITS BEST

Creation. of 200,000 highly skilled boost to tourism, rather than a det- I .At. camp Companies Band -
Highlands National League Been Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis
VII riment.If .
jobs.A j C will set up schools to repair/

$6 billion additional pavroll. you think. all this sounds like I| arms and various vehicles.Sp4 All from Stars behind of Jacksonville in the bottom came of .: week :Mrs. Helen B. Smith of Lawtey, Floridawas : Trained Experts In Each Dept.

At least 180,000 new housing units. something out of a fairy taleyou'reright. ,j William McLendon will
the sixth to defeat the Starke i iI the holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Cr-
I One billion dollars in retail It does. attend Radio Code OperatorsSchool
definitely But
more stranger I|I Pfc. Ellis E. Coleman i All Stars 5-3 in a Sub-Dis- '' ner's Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond FOR QUICKDEPENDABLE t Gay's
I 'sales.
things have happened. Let's stickaround ; Little Boy Baseball '
will attend Radio Teletype jtrict Corner in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing is
t : And these figures are said to be on and see. i 1 Operators School, while two j' 'i Game' at Highlands Park last held' 'each Monday at 10:00: a. m. where one number will be SERVICE I
Tuesday night.Entering .
j men, Sp-5 Glen B. Crawford drawn from the box containing the stubs. The lucky holder I Home

:; Don't Be A Tailgater! and Sp-5 Ralph. W. Martin tournament play': will have until Wednesday noon to claim the merchandise.If CALL
'I, for the first time Starke rallied i
not then the $5 in merchandise Will he carried WH
Builder's i to go ahead 1-0 in the'I 964.7511
01 If you want to know the most dead- brakes don't make you think any faster. Supply I second inning when Paul Mc- over to week and an additional $5 in merchandise Appiance8]

hi :'ly driving error on the highways to- Tailgating is more dangerous on the Wins 2nd Half I Leod singled and later walked will 'be' added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and

:day, we: can tell. you in one word: "tail- new fast highways than ever before.That's .. Of Diamond Play I home when Chuck Pickering ; register. You don't have to be present at drawing. AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
of Highland lost control and
,gating. one reason this, careless error I

And tailgating, if you are not quite is the nation's. No. 1 highway killer. In! Starke Builder's Supply walked three batters in a row.' VAGABOND CORNEROpen 0 Maytag Frigidaire -- Zenith

sure, is riding t90 close to the tail of Chicago last year tailgating caused 17.1 won the second half of the I McLeod pitched steady ball !
aSead Little Boys Championshipwith I for Starke and stayed out of i iI all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
I the car of you.! They .call it tailgating -, pet. ,of the traffic crashes, in Los An- -
trouble until
I the top of fourth ,
a 6-2 record while Johns [ .
1 : because old-fashioned. wagon geles r arend"coHisigps high
run .as Oil Co. finished second with when Chuck Pickering led off : I
used to have a tailgate at the rear of as. ,48 pct. of all accidents and on De- five wins and! three losses. I with a double and went to'':I i Ii

I *the body which hinged downward for troit's freeways tailgating recently hita Community State Bank third on a pass ball. John.

I loading' : and unloading, record of 79 pct of all accidents.And moved into third place with a j Cowart hit a high fly ball to Under New ManagementMrs.

h! : Tailgating is deadly these fast-driv- these crashes are all, or nearly. 4-4 record and Brooker finished -t' left center and both fielders'',

;Jing days, qr ,the mqst, alert: of drivers all, clearly avoidable. It does not take: fourth with three wins and ., watched it drop between them; '' Watkins and Mrs. Pool wish to announce that
i' can't stop in time toavoid plowing intoa five losses. Florida Pest Control the game was tied 11.
: a very good or a very smart they have re-opened the Snack Bar and welcome
stopping' car ahead' -unless' he has driver to allow himself sufficient won two and lost six to In the bottom of the fifth
I in real
to home cooked
} finish in the Harry Hatcher led off with a everyone come an enjoy a
:allowed' himself room to stop. It takes ahead to stop if he has to. celler.
Tailgating '
1 walk for Starke and Richard' meal. The Snack Bar will feature Home made Corn
:the quickest of drivers The Bulider's Supply and
about three- collisions
are not accidents really. Theyare
Johns Oil Williams struck out while Bread and Home made Cakes.
will I
:quarters of a second to react and get his miscalculated risks. When you are Company ;., Mike Hewitt flew out to the '.
play at 5 o'clock Thursday af-
J foot on the brake. If you are going 70 tailgating you are tempting fate. Don't second baseman. Bill Adams
} ternoon to see who wins the
1 } :m.p.h. that three-quarters of a second be a tailgater. It's deadly. League Championship. singled and with runners on

$ takes you five car lengths. Power -Orlando Evening Star second and third, Larry Mer- SPECIALOld
I i C cer singled in two runs to put
1 of the Roar 20's, Charleston
_ing a -
I Starke in the lead 31. All Meat
:Another Diet Theory Exp iloded and dress contest was i In the top of the sixth, Fashioned cSTEWw
held. Karen Lee ,
won high Chicken & Dumplings
which is the number of innings -

; Those who flock to follow every The FDA commissioner, however, place. I they played, Preston': .. SATURDAY ONLY Ib
t :new diet fad may be interested (if disillusioned -, takes issue with the book and maintains Home Demonstration State i Coltone led off with a single, '':, C
Meeting and Home
Baked Corn Bread
) to learn that the Federal 1 that "unfortunately, calories do Short Course : Chuck Pickering was hit, and;. 79
Food I I Charles Paulman laid down a iI | Choice of Two VegetablesTea
: & Drug Administration ,
,has\ count. Who will eventually win the .
Last week Mrs. John Doug- Coffee
I bunt single to load the bases. i or -
"calories" i battle of the calories remains to be las of,Brooker represented the j: Paul McLeod walked in a''
Don'fCount, was deliberately designedto U. S. GOOD
Bradford Home Demonstration !, run and'then John Cowart
promote the sale of "worthless seen.In Council at .the State lined a double into deep left .

.... dietary pills." the meanwhile, if there is any Council Meeting held at the field to.score three more runs CAKES FOR SPECIAL RIB STEAK .. lb. 69c
The book has been 'on best-seller lesson to be learned from this incident University of FJqrida in Gain-, and ,put Highland ahead 5-3 j.

.. lists for about eight months, plugging. it is this: forget the fads and eat a esville. to'stay. i ij :V MADE ON ORDER!
: the theme that overweight good, balanced Besides attending council[j Starke started a rally in the:
people can i diet-something like, ..
meetings, Mrs. Douglas was i last of the'sixth and had two: .
+ :eat as much as they want, regardlessof j. say, sidemeat and collard
greens, topped sub-chairman of the Leisure s men on base when Mike He- STEW WE1NERS
: calories, as long as they include i, off with the Serving Daily Dinner and Lunch
a a round of cornbread and Interest.Committee, This com-: witt grounded out to pitcher -

;lot of unsaturated fats in their diet. syrup mittee made recommendationsfor i, to end the game.

1 J the State and county councils I HAMBURGER--nOLOGNA
to follow for their read-;Bubble-Up Tops
counties. : -- ,

I The camp Is a beautiful ing programs.and music appreciation) ,Coca-Cola In SNACK BAR SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE
I Iti
: Home DemonstrationNotes I Lake shady eight green miles spot on north Cherry of I, Mrs. Douglas and Miss Ross; :Little League

;I attended the Special Interest k//
: I'I Madison. The boys and girls|i Meeting, "Reading Makes A kL Bubble Up defeated Coca- 333 N. Temple-Across from Atlantic StationPOWERUP SPARE RIBSFRESIISAUSAGE
enjoyed swimming .crafts and
... f DOROTHY I,'I sports. i( Home ," at which Miss Elizabeth -i Cola 37-34 Monday. afternoon, ,.
l i ROSS J! .Cole of the Florida State in the second game of the ,
( Home I I Those of our girls in the\I, Small FrY baseball series. The I II '
.. ,. .... 1 Demonstration Agent Honor Cabin for the week Library spoke She said "Peoj MEAT
I j pie are the most precious asp first game. ended in a 26-26 M
were Debbie Hardy. Sandra I
Birth Certificates I,I J\ sets of a public library." Mrs. tie. ,
ant for '
securing a passportfor Huggins Linda Edwards and
went ;! Edith Bloomer took the lad- Both teams will play again j '
Can t,
: you prgve.that you I I foreign travel Delores Parrish. These girls '
born? Some'of. the Home ; ies through the. Santa Fe this, Thursday 3 j S
Those members who didn'thave I kept their cabin and dining "
Bookmobile.: i pjn. at the Little Boys Baseball -
Demonstration Club members; I I
a, birth certificate were table clean and were cooper-I c-FOR PROFIT
ire in the process of doing; given a blue form"to fill out ative during the week. There were other special I': 'The Field. I LBS.
Series is 4 out of 7and
that now; This has come about; and send to the Bureau of Vital -1 Mrs. Boots Green and Mrs.;I interest groups and short I: 1
$s a result of a club meeting Statistics 'in Jacksonville.f.I James Edwards, leaders, assisted course I groups going on durr the Winner will be de-: AAkkAkk

held\! in,the Bprtag on "valu- After .theyhave,secured their! with the crafts class. ling t the week in addition tothe Glared City Champion.
All games are played on
a'ble papers. The 11 council meetings
birth certificate they should boys and girls reported
At\ ,this meeting the mem- keep it in a safe 'place at, they enjoyed their class in.1 Someone summed up. the : Mondays and Thursdays.I .. ,
.1 I / 1} .
learned that birth certi- NEW HOMEL1TE 3. 4 LB. AYE.
Vets week's by answeringIjthe
home or in a safe deposit box.I leadership and manners. Ont,t program i
ficates are a legal record'of' 4-li Camp Wednesday the 4th they held question "Why Did (I Garden Softballers J -
firth. They are used to get a Twenty-nine. {-H girls and' a citizenship program and J Come?" First of all to lea Lose:! Fifth Game SUPER IBBI'U. . 23c
job or to collect social! se- : cabin leaders were given a t I -the ne.ver-ending: search for '
11 Bradford Coun- \
$uritys re Urement, or disability ty camped boysfroth,with girls and. boys copy of the 'Bill of Rights. ,1 knowledge. To feel the thrill,. Garden Restaurant who ____.
pensions. As a proof'ofiUzenshlp In carrying out\ the themeTHE ., and power of uniting in something '' won 31 straight games easily 0'p':: .
they are import-. from Baker ana Columbia t worthwhile To, meet, has.begun to taste defeat during .> E S. GOOD CHUCK

r I someone new who! might open, the last two weeks.. 8

: ;: ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH up a.whole new line of, Last Saturday Garden, traveled ROAST or STEAKlb.. 49c
.. ; ESTABLISHED t8791trlerlda's thought. and a new world; to': to Sanford only to lose Production Wood Cutter

perhaps meet exciting people ., to the Sanford All Stars 6.3u4
: \; oldest weekly from foreign lands as hasbeen
.5-2 for their third loss
Here's the new pacesetter in pulp and saw-Jog cutting
t. Newtpaper Cootlnuonsly
our good fortune thisweek in the last five games. Gar- 'packed with more power the new 19-pound Super Wiz is
Open 7 Days 6 A. M. to 10 P. M.
: :r'FLO' R I Fnder The Saint with the two! charming den now has a 33-4 record for and built to take the steady pounding of day -

.. '.: Masthead ladies i from India .and south 4 the aeasap aftewtay cutting.
: ,1.. 5 S Viet Nam.. To know the satisfaction With Us greater displacement Dtjra-Bore cyTh der,Its MicroMesh -
: E. L. MATTHEWS of communicating with:Registration Open Polyester Fiber Air Filter,and its rugged pyramid reed

'. .. others and feel the stimulation valve the Super-Wiz. packs a new high in power and dependability -
: ',&. Editor and Owner of exchanging ideas. To I To City Voters ;,

.. Come in.and see it...and try ft!
". SUBSCRIPTION RATES feel to see. to be vitally i, Until August .25 ,
______j :: IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA AWARE that we are concern- '
ONE"YEAR 'a.oo ONE YEAR a.DOU ing ourselves sincerely and i I vV-: WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OFlSROCERIES i
Registration books will be
.. '--.t : .IX MONTHS' __ _- 1.78, SIX MONTHS -. ._ XOO"THREE genuinely in hope and faithwith open in the City Hall until c. STARKfe RECAP CO. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
pQf .
f the very fundamentals of j August 25 for the registrationof
607 Brownlee
r ;.:;'Published Each Thursday lad Enteredas Second das Blatter .. :life." voters in,.the-City,Election 1 'Mi. South"n U. S. 301 Ph: 964-0221 Phone 969-1095
". at tba PMt Offlc at Stark, FLL'HSulwAct of itardi 3,1819
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.. ",.' 4 ........ i dent said. well SOUTIISIDC CIHTRCH! OF ST. ANXRS EPISCOPAL
1 I --- I found injury in other plants .perinte : no injuries in the accident to car, a boat and trailer is

I\ WITH YOUR 'I. ., .T : like pepper,:carrot ,corn 'and Morgan said that :there are ''! Dunn or his passenger Alfre1 : and happy. He will be 20 in CHRIST CHURCH. *KEYSTONE

1 I now 49 instructors 'and approximately da Mae Hindman 16. also of August. My granddaughter, Iff
'peas. 3 Miles South 301 Rev. Wm. W. Worstall. Vkar
j 1
( 1,000 students in Gainesville; i ApriLwlllbe a senior in High ;
I COUNTY AGENT : __ With strawberry season 'ap- Bradford County'"High' School. Musgrove said he was traveling school next fall She is home' Sunday Bible Classes H() Daily Morning Prayer. 7:00:

p .,..." i ai&t I i r.roahing: growers are urged The new school budget: totals 50 or 55 mph as he went now this summer. She is happy a. m.; Assembly Worship witt I. a.m. Daily Evening Prayer .5
; .
: If, ,, ;. south to investigate the lo- ,- helps dad with puttingup p.m. Sunday, 9:30: am.
i47 1L44I !: s il fumieation. We will pre- this total, $781,000 is for instructional cation of a wreck\ near the. hay, cooks and keeps Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I
Holy Eucharist fat and
I *>nt definite information on
r9tYc. 'I s more' salaries, the superintendent -' Bradford County 'me and that house. Her mother works in
later. METHODIST CHURCH 3rd Sundays each month.
,. 1 :
caid.PctrQrc town. Chevie
< 1 Dunn was going approximately April a new
Your firs., stpn toward fu- 1: 20 mph also south toward II to drive.:! MEUtOSE Morning Prayer on 2nd and

: miffation' should be tq cut / r i Keystone: Heights. : My niece in Indiana has Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith. 4th Sunday. Litany Service

and turn all vegetables early : !I i I, Hepatitis. She is bedfast for Pastor on any 5th Sunday. Evening
( ;; I, p uZh'that'! it will be six weeks. There has been a
Sunday School 9:45
I Collide .
Fiat ,'
: Prayer 5
thoroughly rotted before the : p.m.
I II Robert Green > few cases out here, so I got a Worship 11 a. m.
i I fu.misant i applied. And remember
; shot from Dr. Bray that :
pI that this must be On SR 100 South should prevent me getting it.

I dene! so that fumigant can be 'Samed d Deputy I do not want to be ill with ,

*w ; t ? : .. ,p ''in the ,ground .at least two A 'collision between a Flor-' i it. Makes one so weak and

1FI d :I weeks. before, bedding, up land. ida Highway Patrol car, driv- sick ana your' skin turns yellow Gas Genie.; :
I J.TW; !I Right ndwA..B.;_ Whitehead en by Sergeant Carlos Mus- Robert Green former owner ; It is, as I understand it,
t i ; says he will use, Florida22i grove, and a small Fiat on of the New Method Dry Clean-

t *; 4 I : I II' J _: k. "a s i variety tobacco next' yearor Saturday, July 7, was termed'1 ers started work last Satur- a virus that attacks the liver

!will fumigate. F-22 is 'highly'i unavoidable by the sergeant.i I day as a Bradford County and inflames it.

I' Part of A. B.; Whitehead's tobacco. field. shows.. devastating., i i resistant to nematode attack. According to M grove. the sheriff's deputy, Sheriff P. D. I wish all the new brides KEEP

effect of neinatofies on rows not .planted with Florkty 22. j Jimmie Gasktns also says' driver 'or the Fiat, Neil Carey i; Reddish announced this week. .: much happiness. I watched ,

'. !I i I that he definitely will fumigate Punri.! i 17, of Gainesville, could Green replaces former Deputy I'I with joy and pride the wed- ;

while the parasites are feed- '1, field and it is not attackedby his strawberry land, or not e.t. patrol car as it ; Sheriff Dolph Reddish
By G. T. Huggins I ing. However, it must be remembered -: the nematode.-which has he will not &'',k plants. '! w passing him and a 1957 i who resigned several months ding announcements of Mark- COOL
'i Oldsmobile! which ,was behind !| to accept employment with yann Johns and the lovely
\\/t All plants that grow in soil I that:the symptoms ,, attacked other tobacco right :
the Flat blocking Dunn's i the National Guard at wedding of Mary Agnes Matthews
rear Camp
of nematode injury with i the 22 Describes -
probably are fed on by nematodes -: vary ;I I:, up to Florida row. Morgan<< i : tt. ..
the kind of nematodes, the'' : view. Musgroye's car, a 1962 i| Blanding. Green will work the God bless them and '
of some kind and most Sting nematode damage, I WITH
I ,BHS Advantages i Ford, struck Dunn's Fiat on : second shift which begins at
I: plants are plagued! my many 1 II kind of plant the age of the : which takes its high toll each'year and may. they always be hap- :, _
I I the'let"l'onf! end, flipping it 3 pm., along with Deputy A.
; kinds. plant, and the place on the'': in our strawberry yield,JAt Rotary Club j i py; my beautiful girls. i
completely over as the small i E. Brown.
i where the injury
plant oc- '
was shown in the 1961 planting -
Nematodes. sometimes called car was turning left 'into the The sheriff's department All my love. God bless you :
I curs. of Jimmie G skins. Schoor Superintendent H. \I
: eelworms. may feed on Keystone Airport road i i has its full complement
j seven now one.
1' every
decaying organic matter, other -!I Flue-cured tobacco. hit by I, Sting nematode was first P. Morgan, in a talk at took theRotary :' miles :south of Starke on S. i i of four deputies with Green, -MOTHER LURA ''I natural
root-knot nematode Club' Wednesday,
I small animals, or on plantst as:I reported near Ocala in 1949,i R. 100. i, Brown, Russell Redding and gas
: i issue with reports he said he :
i shown here in the field of A.1 i .
i injuring pine seedlings. In ;
-then they classified into said i
are Sergeant Mu grove, Willard Williams. It has op-
heard the
had during past
B. Wht! head. was discovered!
I 1950 it reported in strawberry t
three groups. Monday that the .Fiat was a erated for the past year with
ll I families HEILBRONN
in England in 1855. It was 1 I addition to i year of building or |i ii
Plant neoiatodes, our primary !- plants. |I total loss and that his patrol I only three deputies because of :
homes in adjoining
first noted in the United. j renting I
concern, feed on the i strawberries, at least 35 other counties because "the high car had $200 in damages done the resignations of Reddish Sunday School 10 a. m. AIR CONDITIONINGI
States in 1889. \i ; Ii j
buds, stems and leaves, buta I plants are injured by sting school there was better" than : to' it with a dented right front I and another former deputy Morning Worship 11 a. m. i'!

jt much larger number feed in Individual! female root-knot,; nematodes.Bv i I Bradford I j i i fender and door. There were James Hamilton. Training Union, 7 p. m. 'I
the one hi .County. I
1; and on the root below the nrr .todcs have had pearly the end of 1931, over I h 'I I Evening Worship, 8 p. m. : I you can Air Condition your home and have the
: :.i.0"0 recorded against ': R organ said\ he did not -..=... .
4.000 specips of nematodes Prayer Meeting Wednesdays.
( ground J : luxury of fired air conditioning unit with no
know how such talk got star- a gas
I them, and this did not in- : 7.30 Rev. Joe :
had ::?cn named and describ- p. m. RoopEVSItGREEN
L .Plant nematoJeshcn; clu'l'1] the utirc laying time. cd. i I ted and went on to review the engine, no compressor, no cooling tower, only whis.

I feeding ,or moving through i, compresensive course of study,, per-quiet cooling at 50 per cent lower rate.
the tissues of the host plant t Mr. Whitehead During the past few years! '
( different types of mechanical that nof.! knot would probably -I. since we have started a pro- that is. offered, at BHS. He I &BAPTIST CHURCH II CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE
( cause: ; said the school here offers varied -I I
I injury. These injuries cost ]Mm; over1$5flO loss intelnrco gram in nematode prevention, I : GAS
;, training for the student Sunday School 10 a.m. STARKE NATURAL
thiVjear in one
( l affect different plants in, yield : 12 to 15 soecies have been : who does not intend 'to go to II i iII : the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m., :

different ways. A ronsidei- IIP" found to Lv injuring our I college as well as the one y luJfIl egc 6:30: p.m. i
i This loss is in UIP! field of II === CITY HALL PHONE 961.1301
able part of. the injury' caus- I'i his old] fatihful variety that crops. who will get a COllege educa- Wednesday Bible Classes, : :

ed by nematodes! is.. due to he has planted for several Our work has had to do !I I tion. Such a diversity of subjects Evening Assembly Worship.
Preaching, a. m. Training
I plant tissue reaction to the I' years. He has just two rows ;, mostly with tobacco and simDly cannot be offered i Wherein the swiftly flying summer too. Don Jr. and his Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching'i

secretion injected into them of the new Florida 2::. m this strawberries but we have :, by smaller.scnoois. thesu- : days of summer bring me my family came for a visit. We 7-3n p. m Jos. E. Norman, '
---i .- I, happiness, as of old. My good had a lot of fun visiting with .".
__ .. "TRIMMED"
J -- --______ -==-- ---= --== =-- ----== =:-- I pastor. 'f
husband Is better and I singa them and since his Dad is. (>.<.;.
; .iRt'GH' JJ
1 -..- 1 happy song.I better they went back home TRINITY EPISCOPAL :,; : th.

i .... ; and have not as yet decidedto CHURCH &ELROSF
l/i U'Rev. :. will not hurry thoughtnis stay and: buy us out. We

day; I would give him half and he Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy I
I Merle L. Packliani, STARKE, FLORIDA-"I told i iI Lord, I will listen by the could buy the other half and '3undays 10 a. m. Church :

I S _.I_ ,- a representative of the Insurance Company about :I way then we would give sister her ;, School. 11:45: a. m. Morning! :
[ I II To humming bees and share. He hates to leave California Prayer and.Sermon [First
your policy. lie requested to see my policy,;and after i}
II singing birds, : and his lovely home Sunday, Holy Communion 6 Open 7 Days ..' 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.

S II having examined It, state it was a unique policy. He i ,I To murmuring trees and ; and his job at the bank. I do':' p.m. Episcopal Young Church-

( ( thought it most unusual and outstanding. I think so ,I' I friendly words; I not blame him. I II i' men.

without it for ; And for the moments in HELPFUL, HINTS. A solu- Communion.The .
to l be anything.
too! I would not want I
_ I .
; II between 1 hot .
tion of water and vinegar i ReLe( W. Heaton, HamburgerFRESH
Let thank again for prompt and courteous 1 I .
me you your ,
)l Seek glimpses of thy great will clean the film and grime Vicar.

____ _____ __ sen ice. I would never hesitate to recommend this I unseen. from a flower case. Put your
II to I will not hurry through gloves and hankies and col-
: I _P policy anyone. I GROUND
0 this day, i lars in plastic bags when you
I will take time to think pack for the vacation. You

S. \ 'S I and ,pray;; j I can see what .is, which. lb. .
ttti I will look, into the sky SALAD. A friend .
the low cost hospitalization plan forONLY I up SUMMER
_ ii Where fleecy clouds and :: in N.- H. sends me this salad I ARc
swallows fly; they eat for supper on a hot

3 NON-DRINKERS I And somewhere in the day, : evening:\ or for lunch at noon. I

L_ --_ jr i maybe. I Cook macaroni. enough,! for a
j r will catch whispers, Lord,' 'serving for 'each-person. Drain

3 If you do not drink, the Gold Star of non-drinkers, Gold Star rewards you for all policyholders are Changed! -..Of'Thee. : ..5 ,f I and. ,cqoft I? Atdportibfl: of flak- : CharleyE.

Plan' will_ pay you $100.00 for every for not drinking. One out of every seven p1ewiU i' .:.Robert! .B?'Cushman. I I I A.ed..dt salmon-' for each. ; "and' then i!

week you are in the hospital, even for Gold Star pays you $100.00 per week spend some time in the hospital this The above"poem just fits peaches or pears" cut up. Mix .

life! (or $14.28 per day), from your first day year. A fall on the stairs or on the my life and mood, Again I am well with salad dressing and Johns

If you are carrying ordinary hospi- in the hospital, and as long as you are sidewalk, a sudden illness or operation my old, happy self. I think i', serve on a nest of lettuce.11 ::1

p talization insurance, your premiums there, even for life! Claim checks aresehfdirectly could put you in the hospital for you remember in my last i With ice tea this is a fair ALL-PORK LINKS. lb. .

are helping to pay for accidents, illnesses to you by air mail special weeks, even months. column, how I asked God to meal. I, about this question 59C

(' and hospital bills of drinkers. delivery, for you to spend as you see Could you afford a long siege in the !I take away my worry' aver D nand So the summer is passing. i :

Alcoholism is now our nation's No. 3 fit-for hospital or doctors' bills, mort. hospital, with costly doctors' bills, expensive my headache and illness.I : My roses have bloomed so'i' "It is a well known adage

health problem, ranking immediately gage payments, food anything you \ drugs and medicines? Many I was cured and have never nicely. My birthday is this : that one cannot serve two ALL MEAT' B6LOG''A., lb. 49c

behind heart disease and cancer. wish. Your policy cannot be cancelled people lose their savings, their cars, had a headache since. My ) month and I will be 65 years : masters. An insurance

Those who drink are sick more often, by the company, no matter how long or even their homes. Don't take chances I I'I! good Don went to the hospital. old. I find it is fun to really agent who is a salaried

and longer periods, than those whodon't how often you are sick. And the present with your financial security. Remem- I He was gone for five' days and become of and now can I employee of an insuring ALL MEAT
:Jiink. Until now, your insurance low rate on your policy can never ber-once the doctor says it's your turn !I took all tests 'and xrays.I age !company cannot help but

1 cost as much as theirs..Now,with rates be raised as you grow older, or have to enter the hospital, you 'can't buy had two funerals while hew j draw Social Security if we j lean toward the company in -

I based on the superior health records too many claims, but only if the rates coverage at any price.' gone. They were both 'want to. As to yet we are not .:;making ci'im: settlements
quite ready give up our
i1 ip1nShad: five men on i i i Is this why a majority of LEAN PORK CHOPSlb59cDHOCK
NO SALESMAN WILL CALL! DlRECT-BY. It.TO YOU! business to do other things.
: the public avoids the
call I sent toW 'captive'
to help me. one -
Don will be 71 in October. So
This Is the same GOLD STAR PLAN you've seen featured in: and insures instead
1J1 r. Minn to get a body : next we can draw it and -
I year '
READER'S DIGEST McCALL'S and then sent two men to still keep our Mortuary. Godis I with a local independ- ROAST STEAK lb. 49c

FREE EXAMINATION Council? Bluffs to get another good to let us live feel.. entagent'Z"Charley ,

GRIT V SUCCESSFUL FARMING _ _ body, Th' .y were both Catholics happy and good. Don has -
'" SEND NO MONl'tI). olalulUan will it d never an
TOGETHER S FAMILY CIRCLE 'call. la tbe privacy of your own yonrtelf,beyond aupr doubts, brightly and had
burning a
.. home, read the policy carefully. that this policy 1 ii ererything""'e I I I : only got weak. My grandson : AgencyPHONE
lIan'lt checked by your lawyer, claimed: for it...nail us your first :rosary for each at night. I Fred is home in Indiana. You F AB - - 29C
FARM JOURNAL WOMAN'S. DAY your doctor, your friends or some premium.Toub&veverythingtotrusted I I stayed alone wjth my dog and t'I'I recall he was with us last 964-0121
advisor. Make sure it prolain and nothing to lose by mail'. I" got along 'fine Don found he
CHRISTIAN HERALD FARM & RANCH ,'ideuxactIr what \\e've told you ing yourapp1iction.imme4itly! 'had'an ulcer, but not bad for I I summer. He has Chevie a sport good 131 S. Walnut St. ,
r ------------------------------ job has a new '
1 APPUCATION" lOt .tie,never was on a diet. Only ---- VAN CAMPS No. 2Yz
I .1 I I[ takes 'a 'pill for acid.stomach-. I

I'i COMPARE THESE GUARANTEED BENEFITS: Gold Star Total Abstainers'' HospitalizatioifPoIFcy His sugar diabetes' has an PORK BEANS"4 99c:

Name iPlease Prmfl) S 0-5-1301-072' II but gon He does not take !

I NO AGE UMT.|, Same liberal benefits whether you* are 1 er 1 100! v I Street: or ROir;_.__ --r----j 1 I I his pills anymore. He just ATTENTION! .

GUARANTEED MNEWAIIE. Only YOU con cancel' your policy. Your protection_ City________,__________________________________.Zone._________State,_____________________I. '' does not eat so much sugar 3 LB. CANIfiOETOLE

continue at lonq 01 you live! Date of Birth MonthDayYear..jHeigh ..WeightMy : and. eats, lightly.. He drives -

I .NO:WAITING PERIODS.Full benefits go into effect noon'of the day you,'policy. My occupation u_. : _Ageis _.3..-.'I: and goes on.'ambulance calls SHORTENING 59c

I i i .,And Gold Star pays from the very fail day rou.enter the hospital.NO beneficiary IS_" Relationship alone. Sunday he took me tor With 5.00 Food Order

SALESMAN$ Will CAll.Policy ;u mailed to your home. Claim checks are sent I I .he bray*ff\i\ Ik*wnkot d "l t..iJIis'N bsl..., _II i I a ride' up to Newcastle which Boat OwnersBoAT '-

I ,air; mod special delivery,duectly la and can be used for tent, food. hoip! -3eans
you. IiU ( "IO P'ii't) lCE IIUT. 'CHT. ltaE lIUTI I is 14 miles away. Whoopee! So PET MILK -' 39
tol doctor
I billi-ony purpose you wish! again my little world: is happy -
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GOOD ANYWHERE IN THE WOIIO.Gold Star has satisfied policyholders in all 30 I I We have had a Ifuneral .

states and,in many foreign countries. 2. every week and I do not s eem' OWNERS POLICY
lb box .
YOU fAT ONLY FOR PROTECTION. oaficy tot. no enrollment fees;; no memo 3. to get tired. My garden is STERLING -SALT 9c'
b.1hd,4; .
I I i::: __ ____ I producing so many good Free Your Mind From Worry Over ., ,
ADDITIONAL. GOLD STAI BENEFITS ONLY CONDITIONS NOT COVERED Ta tfte but ot your knew'tdj. ind b.lI.f..I.' TON tr lilY tv* luted abn evtf 1M'.1 thing to eat. Should have t
high' or lo* blood prtjsuit. Itcait\ tfoailt ',a=!.lts. CMcer. rtlHitts IIIl1ibrculoSII -1 1 I Damage Or Injury 7o Others!
fort $1000.00 cos k lor owdMtol dotk.fiys ''. E..ry kind .! "ct...... and au 4tf.l 5 itot4 ow. luv you or tile,. mtUiR' Ins Hit lot ,wt btU diuSIrt. by eiTher Keidtnt er rtineit sweef"cohTnow any day and i Jim Dandy GritsCabin
ttOOO 00 rath for occUtntal lou .! o cot ttsBitatualMii" cauwi .byof e>* Md iredicil JOvt nr treifrent t'.ea \\I1e lc.tiOll toe an,twd'tiea, or b j ptrut to II' have had Jots of green J>e.ans..J k
,' ,.. kond. or.>, foot. *r iijkl of OM jt. .ainhelK; fet tns" or mrcstia. artluting *t\t t surf cat! cpeijtisa, ? :j:, Yes "P Na 1 $1OlOO-LIABIL1TY 5 2 9c
I' PIYI 1000 00'cnk" for Kodtniol' tat .! dltOfdon..toitdilioM OIly oU,.*.nottat._. or or PtelNIICy.ntnam If u. jive ( *!tt k '.k,>idi,or baik feel.or u.M ol tyoi. f.mi". .1.! IS s.r.dI I bftysicun and whether' fully recovered_- ,. .. .1 beans on cooking now. I like : S 500-MEDICAL I
them much. Strawber- 1 300 PROPERTY DAMAGE
I so very $ .
.:-' : I OUTSTANDING LEADERS SAY: / n'I.1 Sies were'large and sweet,' and
A'\ I Neither I ijr lIlY order ",_ ksted 11Io. met tlcthelie! bIrEflU. lid I hereby dif I the blackberries are about. Here's Protection For Your Boat, Motor, & Trailer oat; RED'TOMATOES. "n 12Y2c
S 'pl:> fill policy .th tke un erst,ndiitf But the policy mil not cottf wrtoirtitiMS
HON. JL StIOM THUIMOND. Uoll.d Starei $nolor. $...Ih Carotmq ell st'R( piw ta tilt issue date and that it xhiD be issued solely) and entte'j!' II reliwce.i I gone
\, **Ik... .. net'iiM !o We wntte ws.ers u t*. iM t iestiain. I too.
:. ':' *>ar "o*r raoiont hy I do ekoholic b..oo.s. I All Prices( Shown Per $100.00
: S .|.HM.I Uiag Hi. ill clbcta _hKh akokal tan h<*, en. D.Io, ......_........ Si.....: .........;.....................................t I. Hadto stop and answer : KOUNTY KIST
IWHWI'I health end lift. I kov b... piwi.d t, Iwrn that tll.,. ,.....,11t-3: the telephone. The county attorneys -
Is en Uwrme. plan avoilobl which .ff... non-tfrinktrt GII opportunity I Full Coverage $6.00 Cream Style-2 a "'
HER YOU rlISIOOport If TOU/*> 11If COlI SUI PUll office wanted the date CORN 29c
t opilolii M lh ;ir detinoa la objta.n bern Ik* MM of' I TtAII.TI I .
alcoholic! >bovttagti.H> I ARE M01d141t. : i hMdonBiDMbfthtltl' II of Mrs. Ender's death. We
25 Deductible (
I '."........ 1- I- NIj O11$ $4.00 .
THE ,,.. I
$4 40 (d.psadmg ff keep all those records and
I t."
LOW Stale iiminc.): I
re"' UPTON SlNCUII. Knti Prize AotKor "I i thtnl' y-IdM of,!,,;iixpecplo I GOLDSTAR 1......,..,..I. CSUilTCI TttJST Ii have them away back to 1890. : Trailers ,No Deductible $2.00
G. SIb
i : the IOMHOIICO dacouAt which the y tarn by not ihattenxg' thtirliv I _ _-_-_ _!SUS_ _60._ Lift Ctiicun IKS., J: I j It is cloudy this morning RICE ,. S9c
t if .i with; alcohol it'a brttiianr line, and 1 en't'od' lo b. counted I i.tciwta..t' I !.I
tal ..'IL" .......... 'ft. 1'3. '.30''au SECUIITT un1a and I am out on the back PHONE 964-4501
I _RATES_ _ & eouj wr .
: -__-__ _.__ _i ___.__' J.1RUs Dtj.woui MISSCiI'I I porch. The wrens are singing .
I 1WPOSTAST Should you Oec.ce to keep your CoM Star wmu Mum i. and sparrqws chirp I hear a
Policy? please! 'indicate how' you-would prefer making ACCIBENT ilL CI. OF M.
I >aur prenuum payments: Q Uontttly QArmoaljy l 1(1/11/ of Prussia Pesaa.i mockingbird: .We Jiaje .
.- '.h.- .- .-- .' I muca rain this Spring and BUCKlGROCERY & MARKET

I t t<< 'Iff! s 1N' ,itt tl RC{ I 1I Summer that. there are lots of INSURANCE AGENCY
I '0 \ ': .S'. CIAt. :t .- "m I"J :.I Half Mile" North Of City Limits U. S. 301
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I caught April 16 at a still two Capt. Paul Cobb. Warning Issued Electric/ Clock Rainfall Shortage ]Boy StatersTo on a $100 cash prize or a vaca- prior R. Mclntire making, awards.President

Sheriff Given' miles southeast of Starke off Officers said some of the tion not to exceed $100.AD'ERTUEJlEXT. Bradford County Fair Assot
Rabid Causes Increasen Address '
.. Against lation
the Griffis
Loop.Special men had to travel as much as Causes Blaze c/o Starke-Bradford Co.

80'miles from the north edge AnimalsAn [ Forest Fires Legion Post 56 Chamber of Commerce
On about
or Monday, July.16, 935 North Temple Avenue
61' Budget t Hike Forces : of Camp Blanding to SR '40 1962, drawings and specifica- Starke Florida.
At Stern Home I tions for the I
j construction
: : National Walters an 7/19 2t 7/26
Forest. Lynwood
in the Ocala urgent warning was Issued During the six-month per- Jimmy addition to Bradford County

t Take I To Field The exercise itself is unusual to parents, this week by iod ended June 30, Bradford Smith, and Jack McComb will i i Hospital be at Starke, Florida will -

Continued From Page One] aside from the use of Jack. Trawick of the County A fire which was apparently county suffered its most severe appear on the program at the j general available contractors for distribution by Moore to IX TilE THE EIGHTH CIRCl'IT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OP-

! ...- [Continued From Page One] skills of the Special Forces, Health Department, askingto started by a short i in an electric forest fire season in five meeting of American Legion; and May, Architects, 606 N. E. OF FLORIDA, I.V AND _
term which was also the biggest First Street,
clock, according to Fire Gainesville Flor- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
in the fore continuing in commandof in that it is the first time a warn their children against years. Post 56 Tuesday night. The ida. IS CHAXCERV. X.. 1S095.
.t and that county's history, 1 the exercise. reserve unit has been allowedto 1 playing with any wild animals Chief R. C. [Red] B ford, County Ranger J. C. Pre- three boys attended Boys \ Applications from contractors John D. Patterson and I
frequent out interested
trips the Starke Fire in bidding on this Marie Patterson.
stale to return prisoners were Troopers said the twin- conduct its summer trainingon that are seen in the daytime. i was doused by vatt, Jr. said that 154 fires State in Tallahassee recentlyand work, not to exceed two (2) Plaintiffs

all mostly. Several fuselage C-119's from which its own without the sup- Trawick's warning was Issued Department Wednesday after- during the first half of this will give a summary of sets of drawings and specifications -vsJkUan I
lengthy noon in the W. A. [Bill Stern the received oth- together with payment of A. Courson and
training and
like after the killing of a burned in
in- 1,341
they parachuted were port of an active Army year acres J50.00 per set, should be filed Hazel Courson,
der cases which his office had ovens and the blasting sun stallation. rabid coon last weekend at a home south of Starke on u.s. Bradford county. This compares er experiences while attending promptly with the architect, Defendants

to Investigate were also board.very outside was not much better Special Forces troops who home in the vicinity of Car- 301. with 95 fires and 427 this Legion-sponsored pro- i and forwarded bidding, shipping material charges will collect be- NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY OF SALE GIVEN
expensive, told the until a shower came up as have won the right to wear a ter's Store on the Lawtey- : The clock-radio, which was acres burned during the similar gram. as soon as available. Any THAT, pursuant to a Final Dt
\ The request for more funds Post 56 is sponsoring a bidder, upon returning such set cree of Foreclosure entered n.
State Farm road. Trawick last
the drop neared completion. "green beret" use techniques sitting at the head of a bed six-month period 1 promptly and in good condition, cause numbered 13095 in the
was, a complete switch from Thirty-eight men droppedat of anti-guerrilla warfare, and said the coon came up to the in a south bedroom of the year. I "Starke Night" at the new will be refunded his down pay- Circuit Court of Bradford County -
last mohth when Reddish Coliseum in Jacksonville ment, and any nonbidder, upo Florida, I will sell the pn'-
an- Keystone and some went front steps of the house in the have set fire to Shortage of rainfall, which 1 on
are trained to help people of home, must so returning such set. will be perty situate in Bradford Coun- _
nounced that his office had on to man a forward com subjected or threatened'.- early afternoon and got in a Buford reasoned. results in dry woodlands and ; August 16 by selling! tickets to refunded $25.00. Bids on this ty, Florida. described as:
collected more in fines, $34- the bed, Chief the championship wrestling <, work will be opened by Brad- Lot Sixty-four (64) on OaK _
fight with two to'
mand post at Melrose. makes it easier for fire
tions resist the enemy. Such The bed was almost totally a I ford County Hospital Corpora- Avenue in CRYSTAL LAKE
956.43 than it had spent -The- Keystone Heights-1 troops have been used in Laos biting the dogs the coon ran destroyed. start, was the basic reason for i{. match for that night. It is ex- j i I tion at 2:00 p.m. on Friday. HOMESITKS, according U _
$34,149.92. But he said then pected that 400 people'I August 17 1962. plat thereof recorded in
up a tree, then dropped on increase in number of i
the .
I phase was observed by about and Viet Nam and some who I also said that wood- Board of Trustees Bradford Plat Book 3, page 6. of thi
that he looked for the sum- 100' spectators,- but the operation have returned 'fronj these: the back of one of the dogs, Buford fires reported in most Flor- : will attend the match from !| County Hospital -CorporationInez Bradford County public rei
mer to be dull and the biting him again in the neck. work in the bedroom is char- counties. Drought conditions -I Starke and will sit in a spe- A. Green, SecretaryTreasurer. ords,
was, strictly business places are engaged in Opera- ida sale, to the highell'and
I red and will have to be replaced at public _
amount of arrests to. drop. for the: nearly 500 troops in-. tion Alligator in the role of:'I The coon then went back up also were responsiblefor cial reserved section. 7-20 4t 810NOTICE best bidder for cash at ih.
I and the home will require of the Brad
Other business will be con- South front door
'volved. Special Forces troop- aggressor. the tree and was later shot ;; larger acreages burned. Courthouse II,
l down. Its head sent in to a new paint job over its sidered Monday night, and all ford County 11 'Of) _
Nine Sentenced : ers were issued only one day's was I Forest fires have their origin !i TO BIDDERS Starke Florida between

i: rations and eight ounces df i, HIGHLAND I the State. Board of Health} entire interior because which of spread the I usually through human I i members are urged to attend :.I 12:00 Bids o'clock will be Noon, received EST on until August A.M.1962. and 2:00 P.M. on July :i!, I
In Circuit Court water in a baby bottle' with i iI BAPTIST CHURCH where a positive diagnosis"torrabies smut and carelessness, incendiarism, and : the meeting starting at 8 0'- I 15th, 1962 at the office of CHARLES A. DARBY Clerk
given. throughout the house. Smokewas clock. Marke-Bradford County Chamber By: Marian L. Crosby. _
I nipple to keep them from I'I'I Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. was coming from every door lightning. Fifty-one of the of Commerce, 935 North Deputy ClerkIt
One] Trawick said that the coon countiesincluding i i Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
[Continued From Page drinking it too fast. They state's 67 7/19
II Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ,i and window when firemen arrived :Elks I for the construction of three
ers on May 25. Both Kimbler I were required to live off the I had previously been fighting the chief said. Bradford county, are protected .Schedule I e&lubit buildings on the fairgrounds -

water and wildlife in the Training Union. 7 DJn. Evening I with a skunk [juding by the 1 I by units of the Florida For-Monthly Dance in Stark, Florida. w. c. r. (J.
and Klondes accompanied I I Ii On-'ookers first thought the I Bid blanks will bf furnished .
who County!'I swamps. Worship, 8 p.m. Brotherhood odor], so the skunk is likely est Service. by R. H. Mclntire on or after _
Moody, Bradford i 1! blaze was caused by lightning,
2nd I August 3, 1562 covering the I
each re-
sheriff's deputies termed the I$I.' Besides their rescue of I II' and WMU to develop the disease and I I but Buford said he did not Statewide, the forest fire The BPO Elks monthly I quirements. The bidder must' EGYPTIAN PROVERB"AS

leader of the gang, to the dry I I' "downed" fliers, the special| Thursday 8 p.m.-Rev. Geo. 11 pass it on to other animals. think so because of the absence season which began last fall dance will be held this Satur- furnish check, or bid bank bond draft, certified in the: : A BLOTTER ABSORBSINK
forces organized and trained I j W. Chism, pastor. I | day night. All members are : DOES WINE ABSORB -
cleaning establishment and of any evidence to support forest Ii I, amount of 19 per cent of total SO __
The two dogs that were bittenby termed the "worst
1 resistance forces.I II was I
guerrilla ) invited to bring their guests | bid. THE STRENGTH, _
Klondes also was in on the 1 1builder's 1 the theory.. He said I : I
i While doing these exercises j Have you an old refrigerator, the coon were killed. I fire season since 1955-56." and the proceeds will into i Right is reserved to reject any MONEY HONOR AND HAPPINESS -
brektn. go ,
supply ,, : lightning usually leaves a I or all bids and to award IndivIdual ___
In other actionMerrill, Grif-j they had to elude the'"aggres-:j I fan or tools which you no longer There have been"several other i burnt streak where it hits and I During the first six months of : the building fund. The Elks bid. Right units is as reserved shown to on hold the OF THE DRINKER."

fis and Curtis O. Jones were sor" forces also in the woods. instances in the county of j i that the sides and: walls of 1962, alone, 6,800 forest fires are also receiving donations all bids for a period of 60 days (THE SIGNAL PRESS.> _
the of the Convert them into cash
Playing part ag- use.
both ''placed on probation fortwo I "'. animals biting people, or oth- I the house were not scarred. in Florida burned 246, 500 acres -l -
is the 345th Military.
years for possession of .a gressor now. Phone 964-3101 and ask er animals and Trawick said, The fire occurred at approxi- of protected forestland.On I

moonshine still. The two were Police Co. of Melbourne and that he now has nine domes- mately 4:40 pjn. Wednesday. unprotected land an estimated -'
I Eau Gallic, commanded by for classified.
I tic animals in quarantine. He one and onehalfmillion I
Sales Tax
0 advised the public to have all acres burned, mostlyin

pets inoculated as soon as pos- CollectionsTotal Polk Collier Hendry, Bro- I

" sible against rabies. $13,719Sales ward, Dade and Osceola coun- 20 Words or less, one time ---______ .95 Memorials Resolutions ______ 5c per wordIf

Trawick says that any wild ties. not paid in advance _________
1.00 Cards
ri ; & ---- of Thanks, up to 50 words _____ %.50

# animals that come out in the tax collections in Generally over Florida. June Keyed or Blind Ads -------_________ 1.00 Over 50 words ________.__ 5c per word

.Is 1 daytime should be avoided. It Bradford County for May to-. rains have relieved a forest: Each additional word o\rr 20 ----___ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per Inch

would not come out in day- taled $13,719.59 a slight 1 fire situation described by the .... .. -- ::
n.m. SAUS20! : ,'
acres land.
,, light unless something was gain over the May, 1961 total,1 State Forester as extremely: r Cement block house near FOR RENT- 2 bedroom fur-
.4 I nished aartment!;? down stairs.
wrong with it, he said. which was $13,038.47. critical. town. $7000 good terms. i. : Corner of Grant and Wash
trout Realty US 301 South.
i '. Phone_Waldo 468-1766. i iMrs. FE ington St. Phone F. E. Beard

A. D.-CrOsby-- 533-2861 964-5Q61_ __ Up_
STARKE LAKE BUTLER LAWTEY WANTED: Maid or House house over water. Modern con..
L 4 I keeper 5& days a week! at Read The Classifieds! veniences. Sleeps 6. opened
V = 1 Kingsley Lake. Must have IF YOUR NAME IS July 21 to August 4. Call after4pJm1533225L2tp726

.. .. I own transportation. Call Mrs. '
) '' *' *
: ZI = Moore at 533-2181. If no answer FOUND AMONG THE

0 call 964-5791.. ..2t__chg 7-26 15 ft. upright Amana deep
9NkAIkGULTJRESI.J : CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL freezer. Dahmer's Discount

0 Mortgages MORTGAGES available to build AT THE TELEGRAPH House. ___it chg

i new homes or remodeling. OFFICE FOR A FREE HASTINGS MATTRESS
.4_ : .: S Clyde Terwiflegar myj 100% Loans .

400 W. Madison-Phone THEATRE. II 710 Lemon St. Palatka
I I I 964-8641. Furniture
( OHLY : _ _ tfchg FOR SALE-2 bedroom house Repaired,
NOW near school. 394 Upholstered & Refinished
Weldon St.
: 5 HP Royal Out-
"Your Ford Dealer1Says. Starke. Mrs J. D. Carlton.
de\UXeCROWN I Friendly board Motor; Eagle oil can. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

Gu\.f. ... ::we Can be seen at Red Alvarez _Phone_964-6431. 2tp_7-26 I Innersprings
Service Station. EVINEUDE motors Well-
tf chg. and
p 1 1. Nylon Construction $19.95i m 19 in. Slim-Line Admiral TV. craft fiberglass boats. You and Box Springs
f 'All 1 S < 7995. Only $5.00 down. Dah.meispiscourtHouse.itchg. can't buy better and the prices Drop Us A Card or Call

.'.. Wider, Deeper Tread Size 750 x 14 z en -,, are be reasonable.arranged. Easy Franchised terms PALATKA EA 5-9166
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'. RunningExtra Plus Tax and old 0 -I I FOR SALE- Jersey Guernsey dealer. NORTH FLORIDA STARKE 964-5934

Quiet\ tire from your car c i cow. Will freshen Jan. 1st. SUPPLY. 412 E. Call St. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER,

Wear Z : Second calf. Now gives 10 qts. _ tf chg Starke. Agent
manU\S. 10 i a dav. 6 miles south of Starke ...... -.
27 FOR SALE 1958 Ford % ton
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Minimum .""lNylcn _... _... -. .1 I on 301. Phone Waldo 468-1147 pick-up truck, clean good FOR SALE- 1954 Ford Pick

; lL. I I Garnet Studer. _It- condition Gene Pearson up 6 cylinder.: Good tires and

: S : --INSURANCE Lawtey. Phone 7823943.2tp. battery. Good condition. Ph.
... : '_ I AT REDUCED RATES 7-19 964-3S51. Randall St. in Green
AUTO FIRE BOAT Acres. 7-26
\ _2tp_
= i DOYLE E. COl'NERi make the down payment on a FOR SALE 14 ft. plywood
I beautiful new Bulova at boat. cover tilt trailer. Used
... i Phone 964-4501 Dahmers Discount House. 4 months. $275. Phone 964-
Your Wheels111
ffi I tfchg 6022.. Up
I I 17 ft. upright Revco deep WANTED TO RENT Small)
gas range for electric range. 1 house with 3 to 5 Good
I freezer. $150. Like new. Dah- acres.
I davenport. Also Rood tape recorder -
garden land. Or will lease for
I mer's Discount,! House. It_chg.
for typewriter. Mrs. J 3 to 5 years. Write Telegraph.

1 1 ._ t GULF'CROWM SAVEYOURTIRES :; _Truex.___Phone_ __ 964-3043.__u__ 3tu_ _7-26__ housekeeper HELP WANTED for family- Good of II ODH. Box A- 2tp 7-26
: : three. Apply in person at WE DON'TSel1
'f 3-BEDROOM HOUSE in Saratoga -
: T >>> Nylon or Rayon PRICES START AT Heiarhts.! Purchase eoui- Bradford Furniture. or phone you we help you buy.
969-2691. It
: tv end assume! VA l loan. Payments _chg. Good selection of new and
.. Black or White ; .' I w $56 mo. Or will rent. FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, used 8' and 10' wide Mobile .

."_. .... Sidewall $ I III 1 Contact Owner. phone 964- on one acre lot in city. Reas- Homes.
IA.95 I'flLLIVL =F : 5842. tfchg$ onable. Heat attic fan. All LAKE
: .. Tubeless Tube- I ;1 tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. GENEVATRAILER
'IUTL1 !: : tfche PARK
Type Size 670 x 15 = Come ;: Ready mix concrete, concrete FOR- SALE-Lake Front 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts

J- : /.Mmimum Wimntyj Rayon PiLLS T" and old 1 LId iiicti block piers, fence posts, sand i I Lots. Santa Fe and Lake on Route 100

Tubeliss Tubiitst':' :: 21 II mo mos.... RI Nylon,'on lire from Your car 2 :I <. I 0 : cement,mortar mix,rock,steel I Lockloosa. Terms. Guy An- i tfcha

c fubi-Typi- is m...* For A = ;, oyster shell, limercck, and roof i drews. Dhone 964-6811. tfchg FOR RENT 3 bedroom

,. i, = gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg I I FOR SALE- Registered An- Home. 618 W. Madison Ave.
1-u-- CDyj ,! Bradford Engineering Co. gus Bulls. Breeding Age. Price Call 964-2561 or apply at
!;! ------- reasonable. Doyle Conner. Starke Beauty Shoppe. 122 N.
"VISUALINER. I McGRIFF TRADING MART, Phone 964-4501. 2tchg 7-191 Court St. Up
11- ClUCK _
I 1._ : : 130 N. Court St We buy and FOR SALE-HeavY Wt. riding I FOR SALE In Starke-- -1

I sell good used appliances furniture lawn mQwer. Real bargain. house and lot 6500. and 1
ie ;,I I or anything of value. 4!? Lake5tO.W.White.ltT3 I house and acre $9.500. P. O.

I ..I If vou care to buy new Gen- WANT TO BUY- BOY'S 20 Box 576. Starke. 2t chg 7-28
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wheel eral Electric appliances you ------ -- --
4 Visualiner scientific "beam of light" inch bike. Phone 964-4765.
11 Admiral
,II. will save $50 to over $200. We It Refrigerator,
I over-price fixing at McGriff's.We used only 5 weeks. Take up
(Ill' I NOW ONLY' I. aligning is faster and more accurate than any ;; r: have other new appliances FOR SALE OR ROO-Two payments at Dahmers Dis-
I just as good or better for bedroom small house. 1024 count House. It chg

if GULFCUSHION =r other method. Align your wheels for safety :I: less money. Itp B'5 .'ho.tler Motor.Rd.:: Unfurnished.boat and trailer.Also 'BE SURE t to nee .ORLD

C Mrs. Mabel Ellis Ph. 964-5685. ltp BOOK before 1. ying any encyclopedia. -
$ ).L A, Payne, fOUl
Rayon-Blackwallj <: $11.95 I = and savings. FOR RENT: New. spacious, Walter Lee local representative since 1951.
unfurnished apartments.
j\Tube-Type C 605 COLONIAL FLORIST Box 603. Ph. 964-3784 tfctut
location. Aoply Mrs. Slade.
k" Size67Oxl5 : F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
""., : Alton Road Starke. tf chg Only !
/months Minimum, Nylon Warranty-15 months: 'R3Ofl.12.! Plus Tax and old a ;'.: ;< : :- : HOUSE FOR RENT: 307 La- Flowers wired any place. Flow- I NICE Santa BUILDING Fe.Also 4 acres LOT In on good Big

*k tire from your car AndLook. ..... ..T r---- ::II: : fayett St. Open Sunday. 3 p. ers for all occasions locally. i residential section east of
*' J' i m. 2t chg 7-19 Phone 964-6291. 506 East Not Southslde School on Colley Rd.
''I'- 1 St. tfchg I II Ii See Billy Jackson. Central

8 _ If you want the utmost in puncture- I : I ;'::;:: : :I do.TRAILER Desirable SPACESIn lots city water Wal- 'i.i I FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. Truck- Lines. tf chI' -

r sealing premium tires, ask about our HOT DOGS sc GV* : and sewer private meter. 2 baths large utility room. E. B. Crosby _
special deal Gulf Iti Church and school close.
\' on Sealmasters.i : $12.00 monthly. Phone 468- i separate dining room. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
1 screened front porch. Lot 2
i 1368. Waldo. M. L. Youns- acres. 1126 West Madison. AUCTION

w j blood. 2tp 7-19 'Phone.,_ 964-1001._ tfche Sat., July 28, 10:30 A. SI.

AMAZING GULF GUARANTEE COKES E S a------- 5c ;; ,I FOR water Kingsley RENT-Cottage Lake. By week over -PEYTON FLORIST Property of George LaRue:

5 If. for any rusoa (uctpt for malicious, wistful, intMtoML orMCticeM j or month. Phone 863-2311. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. phone office 4692; home 4325,
!I 7. damaie).. Cull bread
your tat does not prow *nrieubli I PHONE 964-4155 Keystone Heights. Valuable core
.' ? _______ for its entire guaranteed MMMIUMI lifetime, whet ned tfchg
for MflcommercMl' purposes, yw art entitled to aa adiusbBMtas S ; I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1822 ner, commercial-zobed lot surrounded -
follows If tilt cause is defectivt workmanship or MtanaLyou FRIDAY FROM 1.2 P. M. FOR. RENT-2 bedroom furnished DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe by S main streets, 120
will receive a MW tire without charse. If
Every Gulf Tire at Big Savings the cause B any S
other tenon. Gulf will repair it without cfeartt or otter yw a I cottage on Oklawah Wire Flowers Anywhere ft. on Lawrence Blvd. (main
brand-new tire allow ftl credit for that portion of the purchase! \ I .- : River near Orange Springs.I
./ See. your nearest Gulf I f dealer price represented by tta unused tuamteed MUM his of 964-5951 tfchg street) by 140 deep.
$35 Phone
the tire. ; >- =- : per week. Across street from new Key

listed below. __ _______ _ _ __ : M. R. Judd. chg. FOR RENT 3 room an stone State Bank Post
1 electric equipted apartment.To .
% Motors m FOR RENT 3 Bedroom sinrfe or Christian couple. Office etc. Improved with

; immy Moore'sSTARKE : i, Terwillegar 1! from house. 618 Douglas's W. Madison.Store.across Call Phone 969-1545. tfch frame store building, metal

and small Putt-Putt
& : 964-2561 or come to Starke FOR SALE
I Beauty Shoppe 122 Court St. Used Refrigerators used Tel- Golf Course all now rented. A-I

TIRE SAllS' ... ,_ tf chtr evisions. Convenient terms. location Ideal for Service Station -

I Authorized Ford Dealer Ii I Business Offices
I WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- Free delivery. Bullington] Appliances Grocery,

I'' I I ber any amount. In lakes. 100 W. Call Street Drug, etc Buy for investment
245 W. Madison St. Phone 96t.579'itft.
I swamps. creeks or ponds. We Starke Fla. or build to suit. Easy Terms:

==-. I will cut and haul or vou can Grfcsom-Kemp Auction Co.,
i deliver to Starke. AB.C. Tim- FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished .
S37 N.F, >rocreek Orlando, }1a.
KEYSTONE HAMPTON !, ber Co. P.O. Box 163. Rtarke. house. 456 W. Mad- ,

L! I IBRCOKER .j 1: 8-9 tcha ison St. Phone 964-1834. tfch J GA 4-KW54. Stchr1ZSrw


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Bradford T. Green Starke six acres of would like to have published BOATDRAIN BAPTIST .
Property Transactions land, I .n
$2,200.James i.I in the cookbook in as soon as CHURCH f
H. Moncrief to Dor- i. possible. If you would like to

Total othy Pearl Ross, residence in have a blank to fill out, you Sunday School l, 10 a.m'l i ii''LlljpnINIt,
$225,983 June Pinehurst Morning Worship, 11 a.
During Subdivision, $12,500. may pick one up at Green's
Eoline W. Smith to LucileE. Store. Training Union, 6:30: p. m'l

I Brown. Starke lot in Cros- Shower for Miss BighamA Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. :_:CTRIC ClASS BOIIOH

June property transactions I I Jeff N. Hopkins, Starke, two by Lake Shores, $2,200.E. linen showed was given Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, BOATS ...
in Bradford County totaled lots on Hampton Lake $4,400.I R. Dobson Tampa, to 4t a Tuesday night honoring Miss 7:30: p. m.

$225.983. according to deeds M. Gaines Starke, to H. Paul G. Babyar, Starke, 12 Mary Jane Bigham at the ( .-

Wed In office of the county C. Broadway, Starke parcel acres of land $6,800. home of Misses Shirley and BRING THEitiENTIRE

I of land $17,500. Mary Beise, Carthage, Indiana + S Linda Green. FAMILY!

Prices are figured from doc- I E. K. Perryman, Starke to I to Thorold H. BementJr. The gifts were placed on ..

umentary, tax stamps affixed Benjamin Suslow, Starke 40 ., Starke, residence in Sara- the coffee table, decorated

to the deeds, and only trans- acres of land 7500. toga Heights, $11,700. 7 with a heart surrounded by or <<

actions of $1.000 or more are Pioneer Finance Companyto Heirs of L. C. Powell, de- it tt. miniature cupids. On another ffolidaY4xkp

listed here.J. Marion S. Morrison, lot on ceased, to First Presbyterian table were placed a miniature

E. Wall Jr. to William L. Crosby Lake $1,450. Church of Starke, parcel of .bride and groom. I Swim In The Best Water In Florida
Harrell parcel of land. 12971. Pioneer Finance .
Companyto land $7,500.Hens
Punch from .
Mid-states Homes Incorporated -! Ella Johnson, Cornelius of L. C.
Powell deceased
crystal bowl placed on the e .
Tampa, to Leonard Bass Jr., and Margaret Bass FISHING PREMIUM\ \ BEERS
E.I to First Presbyterian "' _. : dining table, covered with lace. .
Gilpin residence 3500. i residence, $5,462. BOWLING o SOFT DRINKSo
Church of ,
Starke 3.79
Around the bowl was a garlandof
Fate Brown to Joe Morris II I A. J. Thomas to Connie 'of land, $7,500. "Whatzis? fern flanked with crystal, DANCING 0 MUSIC

Starke one acre of land Mack Clark, Lawtey, lot in Gallic Barden and WallaceP. candelabra.A KINGSLEY BEACH"ON

1000. j New Hampton Beach, $2,200.H. I Barden her husband Mid- Plant OdditiesMrs.
E. E. Henderson, Starke to B. Peyton to T. H. Slade dleburg, and Harold Beasley :to Night-blooming Cactus game and called "cupid" was BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE"
played prizes were won
A. D. CrosbY Starke. residence I and J. C. Sawyer [a one-half Milo R. Smith, Lawtey, one-
by Misses Ann Vickery of
Bradford County soil continues -
and property 10000. I interest to each] residence half acre of land, 1400.
A., J. Thomas to Bernice D'I,. and property, $37,500. Surety Mortgage Investment to show its fertility, by Gainesville, Regina Harrell,
I and Sandra Sowell.
Hopkins and her husband. Pearlie O. Green to Aubrey Company to Gad Tyson, producing extraordinary spec-
imens of the vegetable and Hostesses for the occasion
Starke I
I parcel of land $3,550.
Miss Sue McDavid and
horticulture were
Fronnie Clemons, Starke, to !
Kizzie 4 top [left] is a spectacular Misses Shirley and Linda i _
a $$100 parcel of land, $4,000. \ night-blooming cactus at Green.

Heirs of John Bell, deceased a the home of Mr. and Mrs. I 1c

Salad, F. Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee : to Bennett L. WilkersonJr. Claude Crowson on West Mad- DAY
I I ison St. The giant cactus has ADVENTIST CIIURCH I
Lawtey, 10 acres of land, I
CHICKEN or OYSTER PLATE $1.10 : 2100. grown to the height of roof Sabbath School [Saturday]

Salad, F-Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee I F. P. Lott to Carl L. Brown, eaves after being transplantedfrom 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship
i Starke, parcel of land, $3,300. r a dish garden several I
11 a. m. Located between Wilson -
BLUE CHIP CLOSED SUNDAY i Charlie H. Jacobs to Ernest years ago. When photographed Road and Griffis Loop.E. .
the big stalk had seven
Betros, Jacksonville, residenceon L. Marley pastor. Phone.
huge blossoms, which opened '
1%1 MILES\ NORTH OF STARKE ON HY. 16 Bedford Lake $8,000. 964-1324.
Norma Jean Cahill, joinedby during the night and closed SAVE NOW ON TIRES FOR

her husband Al Cahill. at daylight. FIRST CHRISTIAN i i

Fulton, Georgia, to Eirene M. ,. At upper right is Sally Law- CHURCH I
Gerritsen Ramsey. New Jersey L; jz p kWy son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II I' SAFER VACATION TRAVEL
i J. T. Lawson, with a 10- 537 W. Call St., Starke
% lot in Bedford Oaks, .
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FLORIDATHEATRE $1,300 1- Sea of Pumpkin Vines pound "whatzis" that grew on Bob Badgett, Minister -

Charles Bush to John E.. an ordinary squash vine. The Sunday School 9:45: a. m. i

Sparkman, Starke, parcel of.: Lawsons planted regular Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. :

land, $6,500.D.D Cancer Drivein 1 Eoline Smith, Mrs. P. T. squash seed, and that is what Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir i

.D. Builders, Inc., Jacksonville Nolin, Mrs. Wayne Haines,I they got- with the exceptionof practice, 6:30 p.m. CYF, 7 P'I

to Robert H. Goltzer Bradford Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, Mrs. a couple of these freaks of m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. '.
Starke, residence in Saratoga Tops Goal Set Hollis Knight, Mrs. Birt Mc- nature that appeared on the m. Wednesday. I II :F =
vine with the II I
r same along or-
Heights, 11300.
Maines, Mrs. One Wiggins, I, SAVESORE
FRI. SAT., JULY 20 21 J. W. Burke to William F. i Bradford County's Unit of Mrs. Eugene Williams, Mrs. dinary squash. Sally's mother" y
cooked some of the "whatzis,
Johnson, Jacksonville, parcel
the American Cancer Society Jerome Johns, Mrs. J. H. Du-
DOUBLE FEATURE of land 1500. went over the 1962 Crusade Pre, Miss Louise Stern Mrs. which turned green in the : :
of cooking, and tasted ,
R. V. Chapman, Lake City. process
quota by the end of June-a Gladys Collins, Mr. Howe, pas-
Opening Time Friday 6 P. M.\ Saturday 1 P. M.\ to Harry N. Green, parcel of total of $2117.63 to top the tor Baptist Church, Lawtey, about like regular squash.At
the lower left is H. D.
land, $3,600.Mary $2,000 quota, Chairman John Mrs. Cleo Andrews, New River -
Barnes of Graham, almost
Hendrieth and Guy Torode said this week. Mrs. James Temple, Brooker -
Hendrieth, her husband, of hidden in huge pumpkin vines -
t. PR5fY Mrs. D. E. Hill, Hampton.
The 1962 drive for funds
that from four or
de : sprang
Lawtey to E. I. DuPont
was also well over last year's These group leaders also this
k and five seed planted ,r.
NeMours Company parcel I
$1,693. collected in the county had several volunteers in each have i
spring, and now
of land $1.000.
Mr. Torode added. The area helping in the collectionof some runners as long as 27 iI I
Mary Gladys Weldon to house-to-house canvass in Ap- funds and distribution of feet. Mr. Barnes owns the for- i J1Cb .x
Lawrence F. Dinkins Starke. ril in the larg- literature.
brought $840 mer C. B. Roberts place at
parcel of land, 5000. est single amount of any Cru- Mr. Torode expressed his Graham, and the pumpkinseed \

Casey Starr to Harold K. sade efforts. Mrs. Betty Warren appreciation to all those who were planted in the frin-

TEQWCOLdrPLUS Norman Lawtey 20 acres of was chairman of the took part In the Cancer Crusade ges of an old sawdust pile that It takes a lot of
JM 'tmA WOU-mwm.[ [ WI3a
n land $2,600.A. house-to-house canvass with volunteering'their time 50
tYghlBfith rP.bt4M I/ has been there more '
E. McKinney Jr., to Ar- volunteers organized under various and energy as well as finan- years. The rotted sawdust appears things to keep a 3TNYtONALLWEATHER

Starke resi-. leaders.throughoutthe cial aid. He pointed out that
thur L. Brosky group I to agree with pumpkinvines
dence in Pinehurst Subdivision county. although cancer funds are administered and Mr. Barnes is look- family going 'I

$8,600. The special gifts committee through the state ing for a bumper crop, come ,42'1"Not.

I W. H. Edwards Jr., Orange under the leadership of organizationmuch of the money fall.vvvsvv.mmv..m..v. I II .;

Park, to H. D. Baxley Law- Fred Snell took in $598; Is used here In Bradford
tey, parcel of land, $1,000. $217.50 came from the busi- County for the education and Seconds f Not Retreads Iton

MlTCHUM Laurette Buchholtz to Wal- ness district, with S. G. Den- service .projects of the ACS. r 0
mark and Julian McRae as Research, the third.project of
ter Hoffman, Jacksonville
the American Cancer Society, BROOKERBy 4295
and industry
co-chairmen trades -
..Released thniKIUnitedA(&& parcel of land. $5,150. ;
blasts the here, since local i
contributed $285.64, also reaches xry;, (

screen! Randal Chitty, chairman.The statistics and cancer history Shirley Green 4 I 6.70a15
ChurchServices f
golf tournament in questionnaires are included in t blackwalltubetype
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determining the need and type .
May showed a $30 collectionfor I P 'J'.J !' ._ _
Mon. Tues. 22 23 24 for week of July
Sun. carried out
July of research being of Gainesvillewas Plus W&&*
cancel, and $35.39 was Jimmy Crosby fax end 4 old tires off yoW car _
22: throughout the country. You can insure I 4
Mrs. the weekend guest of his
collected in
Sun. 2 P. M. Mon.\ 6 P. M. Tues. 3 P. M. School, ; (Has '
new long
Open Sunday Church '''I I Frank Broadway of the B & While deaths from cancer parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene the future for those [ ,mileage JUFSYN!

9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,,: G Truck Stop donated coffee have been steadily rising in Crasby.Mr. '
11 am. Snack Supper foi:1 money to the Crusade, to the Florida for the last several and Mrs. Cecil Melvin love 5 Goodyear's tougher,more durable synthetic ;;

'1 rue story[J : ,. MYF 6:30: p.m. Youth Meet. tune of $56.40; and $54.26 collected yea r s, Eradford County's and family enjoyed last weekat you I specially developed and processed for use in

tJ ings, 7 pjn. Evening Worship,,' by Hi-Y Boys under the death rate has been both up Daytona Beach. I I i Goodyear tires. Toughest rubber suet known!!

l crec/ib! 8 pjn. leadership of Carl Johns ear- and down. In 1961 there were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ham- 1 I J!:' 11
\ Wednesday Prayer MeetIng -, 17, compared to 7 in 1960; in Thurs- Gull Life :
Q lier, was credited to this year'sreceipts. ilton and family spent HO'MONEY J' MOUNTING'GOOO1)iE4R.
7:30: p.m. Commission or L 1958 there were 17 in the day and Friday at Salt ADAPT''APLANVs I DOWN! FREE

Education meeting, 8:30: pjn Group leaders working with county and the years 1956, Springs.Mr. .

ThursdayChancel Choi: Mrs. Warren on the house-to- '54, and '52 had 16, 13, and 4, and Mrs. Eudell Vaughnand

( > rjft rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. house canvass, included: Mrs, respectively.The daughters were Sunday Fits you'changing P"I I

ill Green, Mrs. Henry I service program of ACS, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I '
Rev. Luis Diaz de Arce w Herbert MOAN PEOPLE RIDE 0MI1li'ROAD
in Bradford County is administered -! R. K. Dukes in Lake Butler. needs 60CDYEAUIR8.TKA168! {
preach at both services or Stefanelli, Mrs. M. C. Wells,, I
__ thpastor's by personnel of the Rev. H. H. Mott was guest! I SERVICE TIRES
Marauders July 22 and 29 during e I
vacation. Mae Francis Jenkins county health clinic, aided by speaker at Dedan Baptist, i

,,I community], Mrs. Kay Lyons the loan and gift closet of Church Sunday in the absence BATTERIES WHEEL BALANCING

the Starke Chapter of Beta of their pastor Rev. Orville GulflLife
e 3 fOR Sigma Phi Sorority. Brookins, who is attend-'
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t Q I ing the Baptist Assembly at GOODMAN'SService

N i I II i D & W Auto Supply Ridgecrest, N. C. f
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jordanof
I : I I New Bundy AgentOf LaCrosse visited Mr. and I

MAIL ANDREW 1 M I Mrs. Tommy Hamilton and ,
ANDREWJEFFCHANOLERHARD1HBROWNHUTCHINSDUGGAN J[ I interest to _the many family Sunday. Station
r boating fans is the announce- '
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Douglas lU 709 S. WALNUT HY. 301 S. PH., 964-6111
?. Saea piilDkba 6 TOISPRMaotdSAAlilillltR ment of the appointment of and daughter of Charleston -
[torn th LIARTONOG6LFIJl.[ PiodLedhL'U0NSPERlIRC Duuecledb1SA110ESLUER fig 1'- the D & W Auto Supply Co., S. C. are visting his mother ....-- -.- -
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-'FLORI DL I Bundy Denver Marine R. Devrick in this of area.D & week.Sgt. and Mrs. R. K. Bighamand STARK! BUSINESS DIRECTORYA

r W Supply said that the Bundy family of Corballis, Ore-
WED. THURS., JULY 25 26 i Company one of the largest gon were visiting Mr. and
ROYAL PALM ( ; in the nation in auto supply : Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and ....
Starting: Wed. 6 P. M. Thurs. 3 P. 11.emiu11 \ i!I manufacturing has set up a family Saturday.

I j factory in Italy to make the Phil, Debbie. Ernest, and I AUTO REPAIRS_ SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE

MOTEL -- L J Bundy motors. Ricky Crosby of Gainesvilleare
Earl's Garage B. Wright Starke's
'fro..lil I .
| The Bundy 500 motor rests visiting their grandparents -
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4' Fully-air-conditioned I on its reputation as a gas-sa- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ALL KINDS OF SL CLAIR SERVICE Cities Service StationJ.

; She the}' Wall-to-wall carpeting ver, and will travel two hourson Crosby. AUTO REPAIR WORK STATION
All Work Guaranteed C. Gardener, Prop.Every .
a six gallon tank. At full. Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn
A.\,:.". lusciousessica Swimming pool tY .Ii skiers with 60 miles of travel Pressley who is a patient in So. Walnut. Stark .Tires Batteries Accessorial General Repairs Automatic

btidden 1Ni" Excellent restaurant nest door 30 miles per hour. At the King Memorial Hospital, Lake i AUTO SERVICE Lubrication Washing Transmissions t

>that everdropped Golf i factory in Italy, Bundy motors Butler.J. I'i S42 Madison "92801Dodd's Cities Service Products

( into course near f.I f.I have been tested to Idle for E. Townsend visited Mr. Gilbert S. Brown TIRES BATTERIES'
Credit cards honored and Mrs. W. E. Townsend and
the screen's r, three days consecutively without Standard Oil Service Station 705 N. Temple Starke
I family at St. Augustine Sun-
-ueling. ATLAS Service & PHONE 9&-9911
lap) 1250 Cleveland St. (State 60)) rr I TIRES & BATTERIES
; 'In the nine hour endurance
a and Mrs. Bob Barnes Budget TermsRoad Service Auto Sales AUTO TIRES
CLEARWATER I race. recently in Miami the and family of Palmetto wereweekend Phone 964-7071

V l I I Bundy 500 was the only one guests of Mr. and 407 N. Temple. Stark Rambler Sales & Service Starke Recap Co.

q 0r I to finish in it's class comingin Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton.
Bill Edwards GENERAL REPAIRING Pappy Raolstoa Owner Bfj*
4 w.
ahead of four larger out- Mrs. Ira Douglas attendedthe Recapping for Cars & Trail

FREE boards,.ikvrick.said. State Home Demonstration Starke 1166"Service International Lifetime ONE DAY SERVICE

4 Writ far Utenrfvrt TUVELCWCfrom An announcement regarding Short Course at the UniversitY Mufflers NEW TIRES AT SAVING!
of Florida last week.
fl ,vISlo.'ITECHJHCOLDr) I dfr 11M..Is, coat to coast 1Npoc-Hotels. the Bundy by D & W Supply Notice Wheel Balancing It Alignment, FIRESTONETires. BATTERIES

rrwlNl lid_'c_by CanQms of Motw I.appears 1W on 'page' 12 'in this Is- The Brooker Garden Club I Phone 961-8531 Batteries Accessories Phone S64-4221

j .sue. would like to remind the ladies 617 N. Temple, Starts 528 8. Walnut W4-3881 301 Sooth! Starke

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son of Daytona and Mr. and ial Hospital County Road Department

_ t yyyyyyy' Y TT 1 1 ." ,, !!! i P Mrs. G. H. Roberson of Mel- Clay County CD I ,,, county s c h ools,

bourne are visiting their mo- Has Kept Busy Nurses Advisory Council CiV-
KEYSTONE R1cLJ11TS ther. Mrs. Ada Roberson.Mr. Since OrganizingRay il Air Patrol, and. the various
and Mrs. Robert Rhodes I volunteer fire departments,
It Schaeffer and family have left Melrose !- as well as other county ag-
fc By...Blary Chance, director of
to make their home
Clay County Civil Defense,

..&. &. &. &. &. &. &. &.0.&&.. a". . .a&&AAAAAAAAAAALAAL1 a __ ,_ _____ k New Mexico. Mr. Rhodes will has released the following information : Units have the active cooperation -
; be an instructor at the university of the Clay Electric
;; concerning the organization -
New PosfOffice made pies and cakes, made by there. The Rhodes resided Cooperative, the DuPont Company
Almost"Ready those good'cooks, the Rotary- in Mrs. Wallace Crew's I, and other organizations.
'''The Keystone Heights Post Anns. )- : 'aiiiiiI1: home while in Melrose. Clay County Civil Defense Churches and other civic and

Office will be open for business Adult tickets will be $1.25; r $ ..1I Mr- and Mrs. James Smithof is divided into three units. I' fraternal organizations located !

in its nw building not; Children's, 75c. Bethany, Okla.., who have ,: Units 1 and 2 are located at' in the county also cooperate I

later than August 1':'"' and Birth of Interest ,. been visiting her grandparents, Keystone Heights and have 27 by providing special equIpment ,

possibly earlier, according to I Lt. Commander an4 Mrs. C. g Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Mann, volunteer non-paid members, and services if required

Miss Gladys Tillis, post office I H. Lee 'of--Brooklyn, N.Y. announce left Thursday for Indianapo ; including two doctors and one The basic concept of rescue

chief elerk.Miss the birth of a son, Michael lis. Ind. !! druggist. Unit 3 is located at unit training! te to save lives

Tillis says that box Scott, in a Brooklyn -J Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moose, !! Orange Park, with volunteer I All efforts ar.e: directed to this

holders will be given boxes hospital on July 5.. The' Lees who recently returned from members from the Orange '
Park Lions Club and other idea.The
with the same Numbers they are former Keystoners having L __ Sweden, and Mr. and Mrs. C. 'I Keystone groups meet
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now have if All boxes Jived in the Frank Walrath S ]R. Smith of Gainesville visit- groups. I month for training.
possible. -
once a
Bill Whitmire (left), IBM systems engineer, and Bob George Massa (right), Clay Electric office supervisor, and|
will,'have new combina- Jr. home for several years ed Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons : The Keystone Heights units : checking equipment, and to
Haguewood, IBM custom!! engineer, are shown checking out an Fay McCormick, IBM-machine operator, put one of the "me-1' :
tions. Have you ever had trou- while Lt. .Comdr. Lee was located Friday night. I havg a cross section of per- discuss recent emergency calls

ble with 'a box combination? at Cecil Field.. IBM reproducer in Clay Electric's battery of modern office; chanical brains" through its paces at the expanding coopera- Mr. and Mrs. Houston T. I, sonnel trained in special vocations -' The units,, have shown or

MLiS-Tillis asks that ran, pa- .Mr'I;, Richardson Entertains, equipment. 1 I tive. \ I Smith are visiting in Lyons, : qualified divers,communications instructed'approximately 6.000

trons come to the new location .- Mrs.George Richardson Jr. - II I i. experts electri-i students and adults in the

between the hours 'of" 2 a ,Keystone' summer resident, Ga.Mrs.. Dock L. Tison and I cians, radiological monitors, of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation -

tIll 6 p.m. on. Friday,..July,20 was hostess to her Church Clay Co-op Heads For Expansion'children recently spent the I heavy equipment operators, use and water safety

or Saturday, July' 21,. to locate Group, Circle 1 of the WSCSof '... .. .. weekend at Flagler Beach. I auto mechanics, plumbers,j Since the inception of these
their new boxes and learnto the First 'Methodist Church Miss Margaret Slads spent : welding and burning operators ,

manage ,the combinations. of Lake City, on Wednesday, An expansion program which\I ned at Riverview, and eight'' Wiggins managed to con- official meeting of the co-op- the week with her brotherinlaw -: law enforcement! and !I units on Feb.breakdown 4, 1960, the of emergencies following --

CorrectionIn July 11. Seven guests from will add 1 4,000 new patrons to miles of tie-in lines will bej i vince the Lawrence Developerative stemmed and was set and sister. Mr. and Mrs. ; other specialties. All personnel is.a
participated -
answered or
last'week's Issue we reported Lake City,'1ncludin, the pas Clay Electric Cooperative became constructed. ment Company, for whom he for December 2, 1937. With Ross Bass in Bunnell. I have completed the standard -

the lions dinnermeet- tor's wife, Mrs. M. M. Mere- a certainty last month Presently the cooperativehas worked, that it should go into eight incoiporating membersthe 'I Mrs. Arthur Rhodes and son, Red Cross training; some in:

ing, saying that Past 'District. dith, enjoyed swimming; skiing with the approval of a leueral 4,121 miles of lines which electric power, business to present, the following officers of Jacksonville and her sister -, have completed advance Red Drowning alerts, 21; heart

Governor Walter Lee of Gainesville and a delicious luncheon, REA loan of $2,100,000. The serve 19,013 patrons who use serve the community. Later were named: F..- W., Doying, Mi's. O. T. Robinson; wentto !I Cross training; while the first attacks. 8; fires and first aid.

; ,. was west; sneaker. 'We ,after r which they held.\ their additional patrons will bring about seven million kilowatt the company. deciding it did president; F. W. Buddington, West Palm Beach Sunday : aid officer of the group has 18; hurricanes or severe wea-

also said that "Mr. Lee show- business meeting. Mrs. Richardson the total number served by hours per month. It's present not like the electric- business, Vice president; and James afternoon. I completed the I n s t ructor ther conditions, 6: auto acci-

ed a film ." and somehow was assisted in serving Clay Electric to over 23,000, dollar gross annually is at a sold it to Mr. Wiggins.. Houser, secretary-treasurer. \ Fred Crawley and son of Atlanta I Course for Red Cross first aid dents, 12; other types of first

someone printed it to read her guests by Mary Ann making it one of the largestin rate in excess of $21h million By 1936 Mr. Wiggins had a Mr. Wiggins later sold. the I are visiting his brother training.CD aid required 24; cave-ins 1;

"William Lee showed a film ." Schaeffer. the nation. dollars.Co system which had grown to facilities to the cooperativeover and sister-in-law, Mr. and units are affiliated with plane Gr shes, 4; suicides. 2;

We really ha3 reference to Incidentally Growth of the organizationsince constant and rapid has 100 miles of line extendfor less than their approised Mrs. V. Y. Crawley.Mr. all law enforcement agencies, missing persons, 2; emergency

Mr. Walter Lee, but since we Speaking oi tne' Rotary it began in 1937 has always the cooperative's growth been ing south to Florahome, Lake value and, while not being and Mrs. Earl Harts- the Clay County Citizen Band child birth 1; snake bite 2;

had already mentioned his Swimming, Program, many a been constant and, dur- that IBM billing machinery is Swan, and Lake ,Rosa. able to be one of the incorpor- field of Jacksonville visited 'Operators, Red Cross, County rabid fox 1.

first name in the preceding local boy or,girl has been gladat ing the past two years, bordering new being placed in the company Later the Rural Electricifiators, would accept nothing her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Health Deparament Memor- Clay County Rescue Units

paragraph we didn't feel it one time or another that on the phenominal,, offices at Keystone cation Administration, interfor the time and effort he had L. Harpe, recently. stand by during reports of

necessary to, repeat it. *.William he or she had that training. with an average of 150 new Heights. Some 5.000 accounts este din expansion of lines ingiven to make it, possible fort Miss Linda Joyce Rothhammer severe weather conditions: in

Lee was riot at ,the din- There! wa.s) the 'case of a near- customers being added each were converted to the new rural territory, convinced the co-operative to be formed is spending the week with I ter recently visited Mr. and Clay County.

ner meeting. ,. drowning at Lake Santa Fe, month. billin gin July with the remainder Mr. Wiggins that he should and a growing utility to be her uncle and aunt, Mr. and 1' Mrs. Russell Woodard in Ft.

A Reminder when Bill Page, son of Mrs.E. While much of the loan will to be processed by sell his facilities to a cooperestablished.. Mrs. Larry Thompson, in St. McCoy and enjoyed a fishing,

This Friday at 5:30: p.m. L. Eisena her of Lake San- be used generally to. improve I September.Since 5 ative, which could be organized Along-range plan for the Augustine.Mr. I trip down the Oklawaha River. Restaurant

you have' a date; remember, ta Fe, saved a girl who was transmission lines over the its founding on December and that the new organization co-operative, which was instituted and Mrs. Pat Glisson Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones "

for the Rotary Fish Fry at injured from diving. entire 12-county area which 9, 1937 the coopera- would thus be eligible in 1957 at the re- and daughter are touring :' and daughter, Charles Bradford LAWRENCE'S DINE'Ii.'EGood

Keystone Beach.. This will Bill was a product of the the cooperative serves, a great, tive has grown to be an organization for loans for expansion. Mr., South Florida this week. I and sons and Mrs. Dais- Food Cold Beer

conclude the 1962 Rotary 'Rotary Swimming? Program'sLife deal of it will be spent in the now employing over Wiggins, interested primariquest of; REA projects the ut- Mrs. Ethel Gress left Sun- t I ey Bradford of Quitman, Ga.

Swimming Program Proceeds Saving Classes. Bradford-Clay-Putnam Al- 150 people. ly in getting adequate elecility serving 30,000 patrons in day for Columbus\ Ohio aftera I recently visited Misses Ad- Ol'EN SUNDAYS

will help defray the expense And last month, when mem- achua County area. Actually Clay Electric was 'tricity throughout the area, 1970 with 34 substations. three months' visit with her I I die and Annie Lee. Jl, A. M. To 9 P. M.

of the swimming program. bers of the ,Jones-LaMee wed- Plans call for 272 mlies of pioneered from about 1924 on : agreed and a meeting was The present two year pro- son and daughter-in-law Mr. : Richard Gary Logsdon Jr. Heights

After the meal swimming ding party were staying at a new transmission lines and when Ed Wiggins, a wiry- called for Gainesville, with agram, utilizing its 2100.000 i and Mrs. Richard Logsdon. i celebrated his first birthday: Hy. 21-Ke.stonc

awards will be given the boys Jacksonville Beach 'Motel Suzanne -i 45.7 miles 'of line to be converted built, energetic gentlemancame large number qf people at- I Evans and Greg Spires of S on July O.'I -- __:_ -1

and girls ,who have "earned 'LaMee. a sister of the I to multi-phase. A 1,500 to Keystone Heights to t tending. loan, in part of that overallFrom Tallahassee are visiting their'I

them. This year, instead .of ,br.idegroom was responsiblefor kilovolt; sub-station .is pIano o .. -I help establish the town. that meeting. the first I I, projectlorE.S. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ALTH FACtSof
the usual frozen ,Iish,"thre saving a youngster from for, five. Edward' Pearson and daughter VYVViYVVYytYTYYvYvYvJ MF.- and M'rs..,'{'...n. 4P.kinjA.of: I-,.. C. Spires. I a.rr___.,_z-:;. S
;* fresh red drowning in th ocean. Upon f Mrvand Mrs. James Ogdon ..
will be fillets of ? DYUr.
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other help arrived. The most and'Mrs. J. S. Burgoon Hawthorne and the groom 1'
hushpuppiei that the girl was in: 'of Columbus Ohio spent a
snapper. Also surprising thing about this episode of Rockford, Ill. were Sunday I I MELROSEBy the-, son. x>f E. C. IDg5dol'of few days with Mr. and Mrs H. G. Bellingernany
out to
baked beans cole slaw, coffee, trouble, Suzanne swam I
was that the rescued visitors at the home of Mrs.i Keystone Heights and Mrs-
and ,if you feel you can 'hold her, and held her head above girl they dragged Lena I Ethel Gress. of CoJumbus Ohio. I M. V. Samson. l do know tthoys aftqr Clemens of HiUcr st. The Mrs. Alice HoihhammerReganDougherty t S Miss Trudie Faye Morris fc How i I: people you
any more, ,there hQm,- water not? without diffi ,ul- her in "That's the fourth occasion \ until
was the joint birthdays -After a wedding trip to Columbus spending the week with hex hate aiwa enjoyed good health

I time I nearly drowned in that of E. John Nelson Mrs ,AAAAAAAALAAAAAAA LA&AA Ohio, the couple will :, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. : one day U iey had an accident, they were
SHOPI lousy ocean!'!. Some' never Pearson, and one of Mrs. reside Keystone; H ights. I Hinnant
ZIKE! DECORATING I and Mrs. David irMiddleburg. L rushed to! the hospital in the excite-:
learn. Clemens' houseguests, Bobby :Slelrose Baseball Team
Mr Mrs. John H. Regan Dr. Bellinger mentv; < re examined; and dismissed
The point is, Suzanne got Anderson, of Tampa, who has ..The Melrose, Baseball Team
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONED 4505 announce the engagement and Rev. and Mrs. David G. with the diagnosis "nothing ,vrong"> yet the patient couldid
her training through the ROtary been
visiting Mrs. Clemens' approaching marriage of their scored a victoiy ,over Flora- Pritchard of Augusta Ga. arrived -
f : never regain his strength ai one ailment after anotherct
Paints & Painting Aids Swimming Program. during the swimming lessons, daughter, Patricia Ann, to home due to a forfeit by the Wednesday for a visit'I
News From St. Anne's eventually developed. The fa is that the accident proeg -
along his sister
with Joanne.
Richard E. Dougherty, son of opposing team, in their most with Mrs. Pritchard's parents!4
DURALITE, DU.PQNT The regular monthly: meeting Mrs. Nelson is Mrs. Clemens' Mr. and Mrs: Earl G. Dough- recent game. They will play] Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis. 'i 1 duced pressure on vital ner\' that sapped the patients

WALL PAPERV+'LLT. X S CON-TACT i[ of the' Episcopal ChurchWomen sister, while Mrs. Burgoon is erty ,of Orange Heights. Waldo, Hawthorne, and In- M rs John Replogle of energy and gradually impair II 1 the function of vital organs
held in the Parish
Mr. Nelson's sister. Miss Regan attended Mel- I terlachen this week. Playingfor Champaign, Ill. spent four until a variation of ailments developed and in many cases

Custom Ma4e ,Drapes{ & Traverse Rcxjs House on Wednesday, July --, Gerald Mathia son of Mrs. rose High School where she the Melrose team are: Bob days with Mr. and Mrs. premature death resulted.

'Plants t Foods Fertilizers was well to, attended. In addition Pat Mathia, .and ,grandson of was a member of Beta Club, Ford David Burkhalter, Greg Thomas H. Berry. S I No examination is coinplt te that does not locate nerve
Ijlant 'the businessand ,
regular- Mrs. Nealie Rich entered Riverside the school's honorary Spires Bobby Tison David ,
society. Jim and Rose Paterson of I pressure. Your Chiropractor i-i the only Doctor equipped &:
Yar4\, Tools Insecticides.. ; Sundry Items committee reports, a discussion Hospital Tuesday, .July The ,bridegroom-elect, a native Garboardi, Charles Perry, Evans ,,
:: Was held xoncerning 10, for'surgery. He expected to St. Augustine spent Saturday skilled in locating & removing: nerve pressure.! See hlja What -
of Orange Heights, grad- Spires, Randy Burkhalter,
VANTRACTINGPay a service project. that! could be there about 10 days. uated from Waldo High Schoolin and Dick Doyle. Coach for the with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ra i day. You will be surprised! u be, can do fojr you, even I

4417 ,, be undertaken, and a. report Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd 1955 and took a year of team is Harry Jackson. ley.Mr. I after other methods have faiic d. Phone 96t-:::881 for an apt -

Pon. 4505.. Night will be given at the.nxt; I\1eet- and daughters drove to Spruce post-graduate work at Gain The! winners o. the Melrose and MisC.. A. Ford I pointment before jour ailuiei)',t progu-sw* tq (ho point of

: ing. Refreshments were serv- Pines, N.: C. last weekend to esville.;High School. He is now Duplicate Bridge Club last spent Sunday! with Mr. and I "no return." .
ed by Mn:: Ray Renfro, Mrs. take Sylvia for : Mrs. John Simmons and family -
,. p.- .. .. -. a visit with a Scientific Glassblower Technician week include the following I The Bollinger Clinic is op>n evenings till 8:30.
T. R. Martin Mrs. in Orlando.
and George her grandparents Mr. and '
at the University of ladies Mrs. W. ahdi .
--h- Phelps. M;s. \VHomolo; of Mrs. A. R. Marwick, who are Florida. ; _H.oDavie Mrs. Dock Tison and daugh- .
I Mrs. Allen Graham. first --"" .....
Zanesville, Ohio, attended as I -
summering there. They also
The wedding will take placeat I I place; Mrs. Mary Cook and
: : t the guest of .her: daughter, I paid a surprise visit to their
il1. 8 p.m., August 24, in the
Miss Iva Hillyer second place;
Mrs. Wm. WorstaH. son, John' who was on an evangelistic Eliam Baptist Church with Mrs. J. W.' Foster and Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS UELROSEBUSINESS

The Monthly Covered Dish ,tour in Julian, W. the Reverend ,B., Ray Sted- Durrell Collins from Inter-
( t I Supper was held Wednesday,I :Va., with other students from ham
officiating. The bridegroomelect's .
II lachen, third place; and Mrs.C.
II I July 18-taking the form of an Bob Jones University in '
'* I brother, Ronald Maxson and Mrs. W. J.
outdoor picnic this month. Greeenville, S.C. I DIRECTORY
\ \ \ W. Dougherty of 'Ocala, will Grolick, fourth place.
Qk \ ,I The hostesses provided fried Mr and Mrs. Charles Rich- preside as best man. Miss Regan' -
chicken" with those;attending ardson and S Eliam Baptist Church spon-
of _
family Jacksonville -
matron of honor
I, -will be sored the movie "Oil town, U. I -s
bringing all the other. fooci. Jt
I vacationing at White her sister Mrs. Gloria I
Mooreof S
was held at the L.,F. LaMee's, Feather Court. We hear that Gainesville.} Miss Charlotte 6. A.," in the high school auditorium FLORIST NURSERY -, James H. McEachern

on Keystone Lake. Tuesday night.A h
Mr. Richardson is quite a Miller of Jacksonville
and Miss '
I The Nearly New Shop has successful fisherman. Margaret Slade of Melrose bake sale was sponsoredby Edna,Williams Clemens NurseryOver S S Realtor

received a sizeable shipment S Mr.'and Mrs. R. C. McLeod will ,be bride's maids. the Methodist Church Saturday FLORIST-NURSEBI 600 Varities' of Loton, WHITE SANDRE

.furniture: to be'sold anyone Of Tampa, and ,his brother, A obtain funds to send I FLOWERS Shrubs Tree tiousepfanti
reception will be held .$2,250. Also lots and homes on
I in need of any furnitureto Hamilton M. McLeod, -of Jacksonville following the wedding at the the Junior Youth Assembly to For AU Occasion Citrus &: Azaleas. Palms t other lakes.

complete their summer cot- and their, familiesare Melrose- Woman's Club. All MYF Camp at Leesburg July. Jlelrose Phone: GR 5-2331 Hiway 100 at Hillcrest !
tage [ror permanent home] is vacationing at White 2028. Mrs. Russell Nobles and I 3 /2 Miles East of I
friends of the couple ,are invited -
invited to come in and look' Mrs. Bill Roberson will be 'INSURANCE Keystone Heights
& Feather Court, during which to attend the wedding ;i Contact Edna Martin AtgocUtft.

over these items.News time they will ,be visiting. and reception'; I counselors.Mr. Murrhee Insurance ,I NURSERY STOCK -'1 JAMES II. 3IcEACIIERN
From st. William'sSunday
friends in Starke. and Mrs. Thomas P.
Mrs. Cassa Williams and I 'I'.
I O. Box 163. Phone 4109
Mass is at 8:30: a. Weekend guests of Mrs. Cora Mrs. Gloria Moore Watson of Paducah, Ky. spent Agency Azaleas 50c It upS' .i Keystone
recently | Heights, Ha.
m. every week. Tuesday morn- I Marshburn were her sister, honored, Miss Regan with a I, three days with Mr. and Mrs. to 4' Azaleas Special $%.00 et.1
General' InsuranceFire
ing the Masses are at 8 p.m. during -I Mrs. Blanche Otto, and her linen and lingerie shower at I Thomas H. Berry. Casualty Bonds Landscaping :Material Available] --

summer. friend ,Mrs. J. E. Lewis both the Woman's Club. Winners} Joe Owens of Gainesville, Allied Line See Our Plants Before You Buy
You a.-e reminded of the from Bay Pines. Mrs. Otto is of Mrs. Dock U Ti- S.
of special shower games were: : nephew Keystone Height, 2731 O. C. Games Nursery EJMcKay, Realtor\

regular Sunday morning bake a Physical Therapist in the I Mrs. Evelyn Samson, Mrs. Diane son is visiting in thq homeof Fio'rahome $$.t66 I 1.. -- II ...4. ... .
sales held in the front of the Veterans Hospital in Bay Pin-J Mr .and Mrs. .Tison and Lake Front Property Hornet
STAY Happy Too! Tison and Mrs. Pat Hagg- When It Comes, To ." ,
Church. ,es. The two visitors were in lund* Others who attended family. S S INSURANCEGO i and Acreage.

is "do without" things. The White Elephant Shopin the area to. attend the Alder- were the. honoree's mother,I' Mrs. Bedford Brown t of FIRST CLASS! PACKAGE STOffEShaiighnessy'f
This couple not goin .to ,
; ; Melrose also has good man Reunion which was held = I
some Mrs. Nell her .fiance's i is
Regan- Georgetown, Ky., visiting Keystone Heights. _Ph. 3071
They are going to have hem. I at Gold Head Geo. E. LaRue 1
furniture for sale suitable fora Branch State mother, Mrs. Elsie Dougherty! her brother-in-law and .isjer, ..
They know. that 'nothing worth while "just hap- Park on Sunday 15. Keystone Heights PACKAGE STORE eo. .. _
summer cottage or witha July of Orange Heights, Mrs. Jua- Gen. and Mrs. R. P.Hollis. I i v-'"
pens." They knot that it takes planning; working, little re-doing suitable *for Dr. George" Bird and' son of j' nita White MrsEmma Jean Rev. and Mrs. Lee Heaton Agt.: For TRAVELERS OPEN 8 A M.-12 P. M.DAILY -

saving together. a permanent. home. New merchandise 'Syracuse, N. Y. are visitorsat 'Perry, Miss Margaret Slade, Insurance: Company CLOSCQ: SUNDAYS ",,Wffif41ItCRAWFORD

Fir t. Stop\ after ,the honeyrnopn; wi\l\} be this bank is being' received every -t the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Mrs Reda Logsdon, Mrs. Pat and grandson Bill--Stone, of Home-OuBers Keystone Melrose_ Highway !

.. to open a "saviag account. First dollars out of day, so it would pay to i; John Bird in Keystone The i Sapp, Mrs. A. J. Miller. Mrs. Denver, Colo., left Mondayfor I I Automobile lire Alao I
; Stop in often. There is a fine!.Bird .men .are brothers. Dr. a visit InS Sarasota and Tel 4692 Day 4325, Nite Blue Pine Package Store t BarRt '
of God-
life t Odom. Mrs. Betty
will Betty
every pay envelope' go to build solidly a.. I. R g. Real Estate Bftker
selection of dresses,1.for all George Bird Is a professor at |100 $uiith .
L Lages I ISfaEuse' left, and -friends from Keystone -
; succeeding together.That's MILLWORK .
having enjoying, '
and sizes. Remember that\ University: They
Properties -
Heights Waldo and Mrs. Harry Ingram and son Acreage-
why we' knowthey'll stay happy! the White Elephant will sell't tour the southern-part I Jacksonville. Keystone S REAL ESTATEC. I Ranches Business .. City
of the of Augusta, Ga. visited her
things for yqu on consign state before returning dk
n!:-Lopdono Homes ,,> Keatals
I ment. The shop is open from home.This past weekend an- sisters, Misses Annie and Ad- Millwork ShopCRNETS
STATE BANK The marriage of Miss Joyce J. Pete O'Connor "We Take A Persons Interest
THE-KEYSTONE 9 am: till 5 pm. every. 'riday other brother Dr. Paul Bird\ Ann Adfcins Hawthorne and die Lee recently.Rev. :'- nOOKS In Tour Requirement*?
4 f and Saturday.Personals and ::wif-tmd son from Lakeland Gant ,
William Lgsdoizof Jtfelrose1took and Mrs. Fred D. i 'WI.\lOW'FR.Q1EI
; were also guests of, the Midway: gejatoMMelroM
placr- Saturday, July 14 and family and Mrs. Clara i -rr SCREEN
J. 4 John Birds, and a family reunion REAL ESTATE
A Friendly Bank in 'A Friendly Community : Mr. ,and Mrs. E. John Nelson was'enjoyed all. in Trinity {Episcopal Church. Smith spent the week : Trim M4tWI

1 .. Ke'ystohc Heignls,' Fla. ? i i4M ang Eugene: a.nd. Cecelia S Mr; and Mrs.- Joseph by Dey M 1i's .' o. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 'iith'I SaaI4MsdTeDrdetKeystone MORTGAGES APPRAISALS Htoay 21-Open' Sunday.

__ --. ," Nelson c." of Jacksonville, _Mrs.: -., .(COntinued. : Page.. .101, The bride is the daughter of. Mr.--and-Mrs.' .Oscar Heights TeL 4283; Keystone Heights, Phone 1297, GB 5-2 981I
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: 'wllTbe'felaa to know learne dto ski on-Sunday, and 'I i ; f ; f Palatka and Mrs. Orine Co- RAIFORD visiting their children Mr. .1 kell grandchildren for the : Waycross pa."

t .that he Is -back in the States i skiied all over the lake on her ]1; BaylessHiway wart and children of Heil- i If and Mrs. Gene Crowder in past two weeks while their J Mrs. Julian Dobbs and
: from Okinawa. At present, he first day which made' bronn
everyone Springs:
1 South Hill Va. and Mrs. God- parents had a vacation in the daughter Pam, have just returned -
HIGHLIGHTS'j is in Kansas at his wife's I proud oft her. {I iirs. d. ;' Sunday dinner guests of Mr. By sirs Nancy C. Tompkins 1j win's sister and family Mrs. Keys, The Mikells came for from Gainesville after

',home. during the time that i, The daughters of Commander By E. Crosby I and Mrs. Gordon Jones and ,_,- --- j Ruby Hall in Danville Va. their children Sunday when spendins .several days with
: ( i ) his wife is hospitalized for and Mrs. Robert E. Lambert -.I I : ----------1 I :
ge) I' I i A ; family were Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. MarvIn CUl- they were enroute home to her parents Mr. and Mrs. E
I surgery When she has recovered brought house guests j Thurman Jones of Lady Lake Church News I Miami. j
I ;
Church News ver and son of Jacksonville I G. Knight. Pam has as
; and three children and Miss'l i sufficiently to travel from Atlanta with them when i Mr and Mrs. Edward Norman : There was a good attendance i '
k 'We-had very'good attend- are vacationing at a lake at Mrs. Jimmie Gowan left guest nod her consin Mar-
'. Barbara Crane who has been they plan fo come to Florida they recently returned from I a : and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lovell. : at the Raiford Baptist i ,
Keystone Heights where they Sunday to take her brothershall Knight, of Lulu.
their house guest, left for'V,Jbjsee: friends and relatives. their vacation. Helen Lambert's ance 'at Sunday morning and I Miss Barbara Cadle returned i Church Sunday, with quite a !! r!I '
t ; were the Sunday guests of in-law to his home in
S I evening services. Don't forget I Mr. and ,Mrs. E. W. Tamp-
vacation trip to the Dey's Mr. and 'Mrs. E. E. Cuyler house guest was El- I last week from a week's few visitors. There were 18 in Talla-I'
: former home, Portage,. 'i., on i and son of Fort Lauderdale I ayne Wishart, and'Charlenefe mid-week prayer service every visit in Jacksonville with her the Ladies Sunday School: their mother and grandmoth-I hassee. Mrs. Belle McCormick
Wednesday night .ai:30.: er, Mrs. Myrtle f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufman I and JohnI e. Godwin and his
Monday. Barbara came to arrived !
for visit
Class. Price
I. on Monday a guest was Carolyn Castleberry. brother, Buddy, and other rel brought a .
I Bro: Jerry Dyal tillleadnext i* wonderful !' Miss Audrey Sapp and of Kingsley Lake entertained ; grandmother, Mrs. Tyre were
Keystone from Portage ,and ,with,.Mr., and ,Mr$. George Miss Castleberry and Miss atives. message on "San-
t e will return home with ,the Richardson .Jr. and family. Wishhart returned to Atlanta Wednesday night. Everyone is' Eddie 'Hilli rd jof Valrico ctification." Some of the out friend, Miss Jerri Bell, of : Sunday evening with a buffet'the Monday guests of Mr, and
: Deys. I TheRichardsons{ invited i to attend 'these Jacksonville were S u n day i i luncheon honoring their son- i' Mrs. W, \I. Markham of Heil-
are summer after two weeks of fun in was a recent guest of his sister f of,town visitors were Misses i
General Electric Filter-Fid ,.1 !\ guests of Audrey's mother in-law and daughter, Mr. and bronn Springs.
visitors "from Lake and ,
City, Keystone. ; i Mrs. W. T. Crosby. Audrey Sapp and Jerrie Bell ,;
I : Washers. Bullington Appliances 'they"a"re4: renting. the John B. Friends of Commander and PersonalsMiss 1 1 ofl I j of Jacksonville and Mrs. Lillian !I Mrs. L. A. Sapp. I. Mrs. Edwin Banks of Raiford. __
Starke. I Janice Padgett and : Mrs. Luther Watterson Mrs. Drew Sweat and Some of those attending from'
Dye Jr. house on Lake Geneva Mrs. Robert E. Lambert and I!i Bryant and daughters of
; t : Mr. and Mrs. C. P.:Williams I. ; their children will be sorry to Marty and Danna Padgett]i| Hampton-spent Saturday night !j, fie Butler. | daughter left Sunday for Lake !I Raiford were Edwin's parents

of Waldo with children of Mr. and Mrs. Everett i| with her son and daughter-:i 1 1i Weir where they will be join- j Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Alvarez WILLIAMS I I
spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harper, know that, they will be mov-. j i in-law Mr. 'i Mrs. Bessie Sapp and Mrs. j j
Mrs. Freddie
Mr. and Mrs. M. L- Padgett underwent ton- I and '| ed by Mrs. Sweat's brother's and son, Mrs. Gertrude Hart
Beasley Jr. and trlree sons spent the ing back to their home in At- Ada Kelly left Wednesday for
and sillectomys in Bradford Coun1ty |I Watterson. I I family, the Leland Leslie's of Edwin's grandmother Mr. and
family in Keystone. .Mr. weekend with Mr., and Mrs. lanta next month. While New Smyrna Beach where ;, JEWELRY
Williams Hospital Friday. They are Mrs. .E. L. Cramford spent '1 Titusville Th Mr. Mrs. J. R. Cadell and daughter. -
: is Mis. Beasfey's George :jfcichardson, In'! 'a ." Cmdr. Lambert was stationedin I i they are visiting Mrs. Sapp's u stray
brother; Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Harpej is X Medical Studentat ,this' area ''the-fiinHy; lived recuperating at home. I the week;.,id in Jacksonvillewith sons and families the Jack I Sweat will join them for a : REPAIRS

: Browning and family were the University 'of ''Florida. 'on Lakeview"[ Drive. Her: has Mr.."Tind:Mrs.:-Allen Hall pf,I relatives. and Bill Sapps. ;i. two weeks vacation. i! Mr. and Mrs. JILI Conner WATCIIKS-DIAMOXDS

guests of the Beasley: 1n. thej f Mrs. Harper and Mrs Rteh- recently ben fcppolnted Com- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. -Mr.,:and -Mrs..CGordon Jones The many friends of Sam !' Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin had as dinner guests FridayMr.

: evening. Mrs. Beasley is Misse ;| a r d s on were schoolmates manding: Officer of VP674jat. : and;Mrs'T.-N.; Norman Satur-. f and daughters were guests of 'Whitehead will regret to learn and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie God- : and Mrs. Emil Wiess of All I Work GuaranteedKey

,Browning's aunt The-Brown--"rnen'"they} were Children in .Marietta..Ga. ':," : d afternoon. .i Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis he has been quite ill at his. win and daughters left Mon- West Mrs. Effie Crews A. C. Williams

ings are from Waldo, too. Jacksonville.On Sunday Mrs.Richard's Mr. and Mrs. 1!.art 0. 'Hayn -, ::Mrs. Joyce Broadwell ,and I Sundar! afternoon. < r'i -" home and is entering a hospi- day morning for Miami where of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ru- 142 W. Call St.

t G. W. Cuzzourt and friend mother, Mrs.. r of Lake GeAeva will soon:: baby of Jacksonville. attended t t t ;. tal this week. We wish for they will visit their daughterand fus Alvarez of Starse.

'Roger Smith from Miami|f I. Curtis Turk'netttjiand Mrs.Harper's be moving into their--hew I j church; Sunday and were din- ..j..y.iCLAY..fYy..T.Y. .J1 him ,a ,speedy recovery. sister Mrs. Louise Suggs | Mrs. Nolie Cason and fam- Starke, Fla.
: spent three days last week I mother, Mrs Wilbur home which they haVe built ner"-guests of her-parents, Mr.and'Mrs."L Friends of Mrs. O. Dobbs :1 and her daughter. I i ily had as a weekend guest -: -:

with Mr. Cuzzourt's ': ther'l Stephens, both of Jacksonville, on the site of the home which A. Crosby. felt will regret to learn that she i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kidd I 0 __
: Mrs. Gertrude Link, fn l to of Miss Joan Myers is ill in a Starke hospital. We
came to Keystone ; spend burned last April.: They a'!!I ;i and children of Jacksonville

.' Geneva. .theday, with} the.Richardson grateful to all the fine people of-Rochelle and Mrs. C., EJ Texas! Ellis'who niece is will Mr.I'; By Mrs_ J. L. Strickland' wish her'V speedy recovery.: 1: were Sunday guests of her 'i That's Our Business

Friends of Sgt. Harvey and the Harpers. Mrs.. StepAMBULANCE who have made it easier fOI I '. Mr, and, Mrs. John Godwin : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- 'I, "If It's Class We Have It"
:toe.< interested to know about
tAA .
"I I them since their misfortune. I haVe had as their guests, their lie Burnett
-- her recent marriage 'to Jim I CALL WRITE or
I friends who have made it possible James Griffis of Highland daughter Mrs. Morris Barton!i Willie I
I my ,Miller of fcochelle. We 'all i Mr. and Mrs. Carter ANY GLASS NEED
: 'SERVICE.PHONE9K4.2600 : to purchase building materials is recovering from the and children of Wellington. din-
wish them much sncceas and I; operation had as Saturday evening
t at reasonable prices,' happiness. 1 he underwent last week Texas. I' ner guests Jimmie Holmes of SHEA'S GLASS CO.NOT
-'. etc. We sincerely hope they, and is Lt. Russel Davis of Ft. .
; expected home
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reaganof I any day the U.S. Marines and his family -
; DeWilt'Ci Jones Funeral Home t will be happy in their Rucker Ala. spent the week-'
very Starke were guests of her now.Nellie 'I of Lake Butler, and Mr ( INC.)
DeWitt C. ,Jones Registered.Funeral: Director I new home.Attention brother-in-law and sister Rev. Wilkinson of Clay end here wtih his family. and Mrs. Dave Hendricks and "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

Starke, FJa. Song Writers and Mrs. C. A. Crosby .Sunday Hill has been on the sick list : Mrs. Myrtle Sapp had as I children of Jacksonville. They I I We Design Modern Store Fronts
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
: ERVICfeS Since the Peach Stree t afternoon. for several days. I had a cook-out in their back GLASS
RENTAL [ Freddie Cox and daughter. I Just Mail Us A Pattern For
: i Beach has become such a Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and Among the ones going to! yard which was enjoyed by
Hospital .Bfeds JWheel'Chairs, Crutches of Jacksonville.Mr. Table Tops
I Janet i
.. popular place to swim children were supper guests of camp from Clay Hill this
--A, .. ,. _. h ._ ,.... r- -... thanks to the efforts of the his brother and sister-in-law, i week are Faye England I and Mrs. John Godwin all.Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- 1313 N. "'. 4th PJ. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR24353Hurry

S _g_ .. ..,.. r I
various who reside
men opeach n
-- - 'j' l Mr and Mrs. Bobby Dyal of and:! all of her children, except I

.. 'street- title for 'a possible i Lawtey Friday night. Jimmie who is too old for the I! Riverside Park Cemetery. It

popular song has been I I Joe Sapp attended the all- I age, group. j j Mrs. Buford

,1 stirring around in our head :; night sing at the Jacksonville Frank Crews and family returned -I i was called home Higginbotham from her 7 Left
WANTEDXTIES something tb think about; I Days
;, Coliseum Saturday night. to Clearwater, Sunday visit in West Florida due to
.. while we wash dishes. Whynot Mr. and Mrs. Garland Os- I after spending a short vacation -1 the death of her brother-in-

"Meetcha at the PeachStreet L'i: teen and Children of ,Jacksonville with his mother and oth- ; law, Quincy Adams, of Doctor's -
Beach!" -or even bet- were visiting her uncle I er relatives
I I and friends in I Inlet last week. Funeral
; ter: "Meetcha at the Peach L and aunt. Mr. and'Mrs. Edward -
Lawtey and
I surrounding area. : services were held at the !
Street Beach Baby [Pronoun- j I Norman, Saturday af- '
We hear that wonderful Long Branch Baptist Church
ced "Ber-bee" !" Anyone who 1 ;
; j ternoon.
SAWN OR ,HEWN i messages were delivered at :, Saturday morning.
has had 16 listen to the Big; | Mr. and Mrs. John Spence the Union Meeting at Clay Mrs. Bob McClung returned
Ape lately must know that"Baby" : and children -k
and two of their i
.. II I Hill last 'Pr day. AH churches Monday from the Baptist Hospital -
songs are always up 1 friends
Jacksonville were i of the Black Creek Association i in Jacksonville, where
HARDWOOD PINE on top. So now all we need j visiting their parents Saturday i
& I were well represented, I she underwent surgery. :
are some lyrics and a tune. 1 afternoon. .'I i .
and all enjoyed the day. Sor-
I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brad-
The tune should be
no i
pro- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stanley :
t ry we could not be there but ; shaw and son of Jacksonville,
blem of
just soup up some and children of Jacksonj j
Good Prices the classics like the others do, j 1' this correspondent happenedto I and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
--- Quick 'Pay vole were weekend guests of'
on the sick list so had : Dickson of Orlando were
and the wellthere'smoon
lyrics her
parents Mr. and' Mrs.
,, ..' and June love and i I! Floyd Crosby. I to stay home. I| guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
abovekiss blissWe j 'We had 72 present for Sunday i Bradshaw and son, and Mr '
and Mr. and: Mrs. Thurman
DELIVERED TO OUR YARDS I I j School and 56 of these ; and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and _
dare to try it. After it is I
you Jones and son of Lady Lake
LAKE CITY= JENNINGS -; HOMERVILLEAND ;; were 100 per cent members. {|j family last Saturday. _
put together, perhaps were Saturday night guests'of I
BALDNINCaII someone with adenoids will her parents Mr. and Mrs. I The Intermediate boys and j Rev. Lawson of Cedar Creek '
volunteer to record it. And girls tied for the banner again i| Baptist Church will be the
-For Norman.
Specifications \
: .... And Details -". when the money starts rolling Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman 'with grades of 100. The Beginners I evangelist at the revival to beheld '
: : : in-remember that thoughtof : 'were the n.ext'l1igh1est at the Maxville Baptist J&
': 7520335SOUTHERN we i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elix- I
,, it! with 89. Our general grade Church the week of July 30. '
I i son and Mrs. Marie Elixson '
was 78. We believe this is1'1 The public is cordially invit-
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. '
r ii KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Vernon Taylor in Jacksonville a pretty good grade, but we I i ed to attend these services.D. .

WOOD COMMUNIT1 CflURCH Saturday. ,' hope to do better. I J. Parrish and family

1 Summer schedule through: Mrs. Doris Middleton and Hear that several rabid I i surprised his wife, Juanita, '

PRESERVING_ COMPANY 1I June, July and August: Sun-I children of Fort Myers were I I coons have been killed around:, with a party on Sunday eve- 1412: ft. "Nomad" Boat-Johnson 18" Motor-Murry Tilt TrailerCOME

I day School 8:45: son. Sunday I visiting her parents Mr. and in the Lawtey section and i' ning at their cottage on

LAKE CITY,-'FLORIDA_ I Services, 10 a.m. Mrs. J. M. Dyer last week. J sure hope we don't meet up]I Kingsley Lake. About 21 persons SEE COME REGISTER OFTEN!

'-i, : ___.. __ ,,_ __ _ : .- .. /' i Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmanwere with any of that variety around -I enjoyed this occasion
here. Thank goodness I! with Mrs. Parrish. Delicious NO OBLIGATION -
visiting their son and
most of our coons still come I i cake and coffee were served. ,
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Newman, in Gaines- visiting at night so I guess To Be Given Away Wednesday July 25th 8100 P. M.
I they are just the normal kind.It ,
S ville Friday night.
1 seems that coons and oth-
II Miss Janice Conner and her i er animals suffering from i

f house Adams.guests Misses Miss Sharon LaDonna and I I'j i rabies are apt to come up around i j';:702l i OSCOtl't:66 IMPERIAL ServiceStation

house or in the open ,
E 'j Shirley Woods and Mrs. She- 'during the daytime. So you l

YT .. 1 lia spent Wilson the weekend of Jacksonville at Crescent -, sure adults to take warn warning your children and be :' "BUY THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL"U.

; II City on Sand lake. against playing with any wild S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla.
I ,
Mr;,and Mrs.-'G rdon Jones animal that is :seen around in

: hid as guests'SaturdaV morn- the daytime- especially if it I "

I .. :: ? / : : ing Mr. and Mrs. Garland Os- "acts funny" by not running : $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ -$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
: teen and children of Jackson-
away when approached like a i I -

ville.Dinner I wild animal would normally II I Rambler Dealers Are Celebrating the Best 9-Month Sales in History-Smashing AU Records-And Row ,

guests of Mr. and : do.

i Mrs. Everett Padgett and family :! of the Year Here !
\iii rt I were his sister Mrs. Vir- !I Ii YTTTTVTTTVTTTVTTTTTVT* The Savingest Days are

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COMMUNITY CHURCHDr. Mrs. C. B. Nolan1AAAIAAAAAAAAAAL4AJJAa v_ Sauin g est Days on American Sedan-compact 2-DoorDeluM banding $ 34KS

A. C. Holt, MinisterMrs. And $4 O
) nt family size.
George A. Canova, Organist ) Rambler American is the .

: ( and Director. Mrs. Buford Higginbothamhas top economy fUll wuwter
,\ Richard Cushman Youth Wr.:, returned from a visit -. Compact Economy King ...Uwu.5.A. MORIS'

E Sunday school 9:45: a., mMominjr with her niece in Ft. Myers. ', .. .

.. Worship, .11 _a., m. Mrs., Eugene 'English spent f

-w. Youth People 7 p.m. .Pioneers ,last Tuesday 1n Baldwin with -4ft

: : T 6 p. "m.FIRST !j Mrs. Cecil Mobley and family. .x Classic 2-Door Deluxe
I Mrs.. Albert Smith and Savingest Days on ? Sedan has Double $
1 r : -
,- t BAPTIST daughters and Miss Marlene Safety Brake System aodselfadjusting S437a
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Padgett, enjoyed an outing; at RAMBLER ) .ice brakes If

Ocean Pond last Saturday. both standard wall
Room for Six footers
R. Smith pastor Ralph :i Miss Peggy Smith spent last Get Big s' Ramblers!). .4

Copeland. Minister of Music i i weekend at Ocean Pond with "

and church organist. Miss Donna Faye .Fouraker .' _
eethic! Services Sunday School : t ,'
air-eondftioning : i and her family. .
9:45: a-,m. Morning Worship, Little Miss Donna 'Harris Savingest Days on Ambassador 2-Doof r .'@
: 10:50 a. m. Training Union, celebrated: her 5th birthdayand -. e t 1 { r 7 t Custom Sedan-'fuxuriT 52 ua

i ,(HOW. MANY HAVE -) I 7:00: p. m. Evening services Miss Rhonda Padgett 250 HP RAMBLER ous roomy,power-packed j I
and pollen brings relief from :, 8:00: p. m. You are invited to celebrated her. 2nd birthday with 250 HP V-8 engine I
The long'smmner in a hot, muggy dust AMBASSADOR V-8 'j 9 (270KPoptionalatextra 1 1ti'
home Js4mrder on wives and kids allergies. Removal of excess moisture i share family Prayer time with anniversary last Friday at the tost}. PER MONTH I

than on husbands who work in an airin the air helps prevent mildew damage I I us. home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Ben Get Top Performance Top Luxury/ i i"I
HiggiI botham. when the fam-
conditionediplace of,busmess.-Yet the You can shut out street noises, too. ST. ANTS EPISCOPAL .>i \
ilies got together 'made. I
new, improved ill-tou>dttioners costless Electric Air- CHURCH. KEYSTONERev. sand : *Monthly ",meats baud M manufacturer strutted retvt prICe, mitt H do. payment 36-mcotii contract Witt nwmal cvryiaf tbrjtt.' ;* *tares-N4J.. tU. 'tofe l; triwulliupMot .
l And new year-round |! home made ice. cream'and ate ,.luteaU toes,Uassportatx MBUUHM,state and local taxes,t any \
than, ever before, can be )had on 1
Conditioning brings eternal springtime birthday cake i I
and ire !' Wm. W. Wontall, Vicar f ; .
F easy terms, amazingly mex.into :your home-cools 'in summer, Daily Morning Prayer, 7:00: Mr. and Mrs. James Strick- Rambler Dealers Have Sold Over 800,000 Cars Since October
pensive to pela to. For the price of afe"botttes land and family returned to tairlbe We; Car Buyers Join the Trade Parade to
M !of-pop home and warms In w inter.really two comforts ajn. Daily Evening Prayer 5.. -Because We're Giving Better Deals on New and Used Cars
your I their home in Key West last
family can be kept comfort-cool all in one,/rom a single compact tutu 'I p.m. Sunday. 9:30: a.m. i 1 Friday after a three-day visit Yes, over 330,000 new Ramblers and nearly half a million used

day...a prwekss blessing! Electric Air-Conditioning is flarae :Holy Eucharist on 1st and hospital last Wednesday. Fu- '4''. .,. 'cars in the past 9 months. But you haven't seen anything jet! RAMBLER ;,
... month. :
3rd Sundays each ,
'Cool,filtered,dehujnldiied'mr both less, dependable, tried and proven... I Morning Prayer on 2nd and i I here with her parents, Mr. Were timing at the best July in all Rambler history. '' f

healthful and refreshing. Children eat enjoyed by a half million of your 4th Sunday... Litany. 'Service i! and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham. To'do iteOre, offering e\en more fabulous deals-even bigger .

better less irritable. Florida neighbors. See electric i I Mr. Higginbotham returned opportunities to saw-all July long.
I better. eep are your on any 5th Sunday. Evening .
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with them to spend a coupleof -- -
;, Heat-caused!fatigue and tension are appliance dealer or airconditioningcontractor Prayer. 5 p.m.'METHODIST. s -
I I -- \ eluzunaSd.! 'II' ""Air ct -blocks out. now. weeks. '. '
e CDUBCB'M'ELItOSE We regret that Mrs. Stella aDODD'S t ,

Higginbotham widow of the ,
) '
t f : .'MH El #t-flanlelesslJi6f 1 late Dave Higginbotham pas- !. AUTO SALES, 528 S. Walnut St., Starke, Flat ?"

1 R v. Kenneth W. Griffith sed away in a Gainesville'
"i' wrrs CilIA"".roes I .
Pastor hospital last Wednesday/_ : -

!! L flliliji' 'POHER. t LI6RT CdPIIT9tUi Sunday Worship School.',11 a. m.9:45 a.m. Jacksonville neral services on Saturday were, held mbr-in ,. rf S5$4- $$?$$$$$$$$*$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$*$$$*$$$$$$$$44Jilfs"ll

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JULY 19. 1962 BRAxWORnCO ": %. SIARKE, FLORID& P.\Gt: tLEVEi, ;

. rIt -- ServiceQrtLNO.FireS I Itt Alrip Mann. Jr., 636 X. Temple! AOT1CE. APPLICATION IX THE CIRCriT COfRT OPFLUUIIIA tificates shall be redeemed ac- 'I . .
Forestry -- -'
Are.. Starke, ElL I I FOR TX: DEED EIGHTH JIUICIU. i (cgrdins law the property described -

r Jijj :(lose. Rote 2, :Box. 114-C, I I I I ". Sec.. 1M.IS, F.!$;. CIItCtI'IN ,IV. A:>U FOR, in such certificate or
: W ; I Star*?, trla." ,1. XOT1CD IS HEREBY GIVE '. MR Vn.FOHn CQ \Tr. IS certificates will be sold to the To The Citizens{
,Hated. this 12th day of July. that Ann Bissell the holder of CHAXCEHV.Xeli: highest bidder at the courthouse

) A.D. nU' 'at Starke, Bradford.. ,,, the following. certificates has (.AUie! froth, i' door ou the' first Monday
The Forestry Service"beganan C"nntr, Florida.. I I I filed said certificates for ,Plaintiff, i in Month of August 1962. which Of StarkeI
;, :i unusual search W dnesda .., 7-12 4t J-:! J 1! a t.dfE'd!\ to lie issued thereon. -v.-_ ,! is the 6 day of August, !*'!.

i I[ The certlfhate' numbers and Custave O. Toth, Dated this 23 day of June.
I For the first time this yea IX ''years 01" issuance. the"descrip- fI"'pt'dllnl '11 19 Ii:. '
Bradford County escaped the' THE TIi" cillCrITcot-RT EJGJitH'.JrDl'UL OP I:'! lion i$ the property, and the >OTIC'R OF SlIT CHARLES A. UARRT HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED -
CIRCUIT OK I i I names: in which it was: assessed! TOr Gustavo n. Tnt th 11 I.aurf'1 i Clerk of Circuit Court of
week without a single forest : A\n FOR FIORlD.n n ;i are alt follows: Avenue, Lhingston, New Jersey -,| Bradford County, Florida BY THE
| Certificate Xo. 10 Year of Issuance |! .-j; 4t 726XOTICB:
f ire check-with the Forestry S
a I\ Iv6.! j and !, CITY COUNCIL TO AD-
Service ,reporting station' r- CASK *O. IS-123.CJfl'EJ1r'I' Description of Property WU ;; J
p/o John Dcrcki Pan Amt'riJ
'- 1tct X. I KBiRht. a YOU 'HAT EFFECTIVE .
i of XEU.of XEU 'X of St. E.H. APPLICATION"
L vealed. .The service is eontinu- Indlyi4ual3fr and for the ran Airways Box 2772 Beirut, |:
I : 'I See: 16 T. 1 S. R. 20E. '
; I, j J.t>btno": I FOR TAX DIEDSee. :
: ing its check.through". last ,:: us-e Augfln and Snjah-benefit and of :\111- I I which assessed J-. W.Thomas. ,, You are hereby notified that I iSU.ifl. F.S.NOTI'f WITH YOUR
records to determine a suit h*" been filed against ,
-rAT- year's dred Sm'lh his wife; in'! IS HKHE11Y GIVEN, AUGUST 1ST UTILITY
.All of said property being
vou hv Nellie Louise Totti. The
that Ann Bi"sell the holder of
Plaintiff, '
. when. actually the county experienced I the County of Bradford, State'of nature of this! suit is for divorce. .
CAMP THIS WEEK Ta.hEa the fnllouing certificates has I BILL THAT{ ALL. UTILITY
a similar. w ek.- 1 KllUan et aUDefendant Florida :! 'Mte .-jUt{ was' inqt Uutfdltn filed, said certificates fora .
I ', *. I. Unless'snrh certificate' or certificates the Circuit Court t.r Florida.1 I tax deed'to be issued thereon. BILLS WILL BE
The 7th Grade teacher Lane enjoying one free week 7to9p.m. The "zero" report for fires XO.TICE OF SlIT shall he redeemed, according -: n'ghth: J"dJial) Circuit. In and The rertifitate numbers cud

I Mrs. L. M. Royal along with of Bible Camp. I Camp Time Here Again I,, was even more interesting OF IX THE XAMH OF THF. STATE !': tq in law such the certificate pronerty described or- ;; for The !suit:Bradford N fotlHM Countv.Nellie Florida.LouIe ,; years'of of the I issuance propertyand, the descripti the-'I ,i DUE WHEN RENDERED .
the students have reached the : Pictured above at left whenit; is taken into account certificates will be !sold to' the : Toth, Plsintiff. vs. Guslave *
are There will be rive days of';, TO; Eva ,XlJIla wbose resl-i highest bidder at the courthouse i C]. Toth Defendant. names in which it was assesed > AND DELINQUENT
top again. Six students from : the first year campers [left that the county average rain- ',denoe is. Waynes\, Xorthnarolina iloor on the first! Monday \ t are as follows: '
: camp which will include plays. Edward Rowden. ,::. 5L You are hereby required to) Certificate No. 57 Year of Issuance : ON THU IOTH OF THE
the 7th Grade are enjoying to right]: Dorthlee Davis Beverly fall for the week'ending Mon- trt .Month of :\I1 ust. 1:16: :. which;!
HopkinJames B. vour Answer! to the Comn'ulrt
i handcraft films Hffldricks, 1956.Description.
stories : ,
1$ tlle-1j day of Autrust 1?$:2.! I i
- a free week of Bible Camp. I Leverson, Maxcine Odum, swimming, rest food, and: day was 1.35 inches: This, is ,. Sinion,. S.S. Brown.F. Joseph G_ AIrarez .,Dated" this!. 25 day of" June, the'! Cr..rk'of filed the in giid Court suit not later'with : of Property \V4 MONTH HEREAFTER.
Miss Miss Valara far below the month of June Gardiner .udwig tIIC!. i iI of SEU of SEt and !SU1 ofSEH ,
Thompson and Jenkins. May Dell and : I ALL UTILITY BILLS
fun. D hm. ,Eugene Owen then \thc IHfi day "f AuguM..1 I
This Clark
is !
a Christian ; ,
I I of' SF: "; Sec 4 T 7S R :22: .
Bell are very happy and proud'! Shirley Lewis not pictured. '! : average of 7.425 ,inches when.Frederica A. Clark. Louisa HerkOf Circuit Conrt of ,*.tL. 1962! You are also refjuirert -;
at FlorIda BY THE
camp ( Maurice to sorve' of .\ Name in which assessed DC. NOT PAID
: cow Tour n-
Clark. Clark Fredericka
that Mrs M. E. 4th: At right 29-7 inches''fell. Average weekly -l nrt'ord, County. Florida ,;
are second year | Normal College in St. Au- : Clark. Eugene Clark Wailer ewer UPOO Plaintiff or 'her at- '! E.: M. W'b.ter.
7-5 4t TNO1'lF 2.& I IOF
Grade teacher and students. campers left to right: Marion I will' : fall so far in July has been Clark Monica Clark. Louiza I < I tnruevs who p name and address ; All of said property being, In IOTH OF TIlE MONTH
gustine. be held
I !' Au- Dohm, r''atheriie Dohm. Ludwig apue"r below not later i the County of Bradford, State ,
Joined only 1.94 inches.
the camper's march Jenkins Shirley Brown gust 6-12 for girls and boys 9' : I Dohm Carlisle Dohm.:'Fr ih'll'k ---- I Il thin the 11th day of August. of Florida. ] WILL BE DISCONTINUED

this with three 4th :, Zephaniah Lane Dohm. John V.D.. 1562 Herein fail not or a : '
year graders and Jacque- j through 12 and August' The Forestry Service searchof : .Dohm. -Charles E.i Unless such certificate or certificates AND A SERVICE
years i Wyman. John Kleinst-hmldt, ; APPLICATIONFOR |I De<*rpA Pro Confesso! will bf\\
Betty Jean Davis Daisy j''i i line Marshall. Third year 13-18 for boys and girls 13 to''! records, may also have revealed -: Caroline Klein.!chmSdt, S. Fran- l TAX 'DEKD: I entered against vou.DATTID : to shall lathe he property described according --' CHARGEVFOR RECON-

-A Bell Coleman, and Mary Lee !I camper, Janie Mae Scott. I 16 years. Registration starts''' another sort of record ri% pardioec. Rebecca Anna I! Ser104.1ft T TIERTRBY. P.S.NOTfCE GIVEX: !: this S S day of July A. i iD4 in such certificate or j jcertificates
1)riggersSamuel P. Crews, P. J. I 1'1(II i2.: at StarKc. Bradford'County wiLl be old to the'
at 9 13.1' when Santa Fe Tower, one of : that Ray A. Cox the bolder of i NECTING.
a.m. on August 6 and Sternbrg: ; Frank Walls. Jere- Florida. 1 higl'est bidder at the courthouse
: Total camping fee must be 1 the, county's three reporting { mjah, J{. Davip.' Frederick. Ka-'I the following certificates for has !: CII4RLES A, D\HBY. door on the first Monday ,
YYYvyvYVYVYVYYVYYYVYYYYYYVVYVvYyVVTyyVVyyVNEWS ; clielhover, Oottlieb Katchelhoft'r.i filed said 4 Certificate Clerk of the Circuit C'.urt. in Month of August. 1982, which
'stations, reported 12.20 Inches <. tax deed to be issued ihereon. i j
sent with reservations. J i Calohill M. Stigleman. Edward Bradford County. Florida i MERRILL EDWARDS
OF INTEREST TO COLORED Club News I of rain for ,June more than I, O'VeilV, Thoma! J. Greene The certificate numbers and : By: MARIAN' I. CUOSBY.j I i U the 6 day of August. 1962Dated !
Mary: 'C". Greene. finre Ingr-' rear? of issuance the d crlp- Deputy Clerk this 25:i daof' June, : CITY CLERK
I The Carnation Social and the entire county received in( ham, .AIi 'e. Gallaher' and J. ti m. of the Drl1)prhand the i, FA CAN & CROITHAttornevs Uti!.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY May and in i Hares Gnllaher, if th? above names in which It was assessed I i for Plaintiff CHARLES A. DARBY CITY OF STARKE
Saving Club met Monday I I named persons, respectively, healive are as! follows I I 212 S. E. First StreetGainesville
(By Elizabeth Given) night, July 16. at the Reno, April. I and if any of the above Ct'.rtlitl'ate028 Year of Issuance i Florida Clerk %of Circuit Court of
amed are' 11! :>7. I Bradford County. Florida_
Theatre with the president In Rainfall this past week at I respective persons unknown dead heirs,their devisees Description of ProJlPrtCnm 84t ;

&&...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASummer -- --- --- charge and Mrs. Mennie Bell Santa Fe was, .90 inches while grantees creditors and at NF. (ennf SEiJ of'NE1 and ; 7-5 4t 7-26 ,
all other run W SJO ItS 165 ft. for FOR i SOTln OF APPLICATIONFOR
Louis Hill and New River, the persons or parties
Recreation I j I blank ------I: Wheeler as hostess. The club claiming any right title or interest thence S 50 ft E 150 ft. N. 50 i" TVX PKF.Doo .
I other 'two stations, reported ft. W ISO ft. to POR in Sec. 29 i :
will worship at BethlehemFree in and to the hereinafter 10LIB. F.S.XOTIC15 SHOP ANYWHERE
of the
The staff workers their .
parents or guardian. :
I T 6 S R 22 E. ;'
: 2.45 and ,.70 inches respectively. described: lands I1\. through, un- !: IS hEREBY GIVEN,
summer program are gratefulto i Swimming is held daily from Will Baptist Church on : der or against them respectively Name in which assessed L M. that Carrie Welch the holder of I

the parents who take time 8 ?,m to 12 noon. Other features I,I Sunday, July 22. All members' I :' the unknown heirs devisees, Gatlin. being in the following' certificates has! FOR NEW OR USED '
AH of said property I
grantees,, creditors and all other I filed said certificates for a tax
out to accompany tfirir children : -' of the program are arts Fore asked to please be present Rainfall for thepast three .."rtlaft! ) persons claiming bv. the ounty of Bradford.. StateOf deed tp be issuvd thereon. The i r

and oln'ln the fun. You :and' crafts, reading to dr\clop I; ?nj: on time. months, was as follows: through under OT against earhIInd TTBle Florida.such certificate or certlflcntes I certificate numbers! and years ; Then Come See Us! ]
every the known deceased : of issuance the description ofthe :,
Church NewsBethlehem Tower Apr May June .
are welcome at any time. I skills, owaoor and mdoor re- !, Joeph J. Truby. James L. Fra- slmll b redeemed according i::. property. and the names in !; J
1 Free Will Bap- New, River 1.812.80 8.80 I zee and George L. Dohnj: and to law the property de. which it was assessed are as ; WE'LL MATCH ANY PEAT
All students taking part in sgribod in such certificate or :
cation: and teenage nops on all! per son< having or claimingto follows: '
swimming are expected to\ tist Church Rev. Louis 'Mc-I I..puis, Hill 2.90 3.30 8.70 have any riht. title 'or interest certificates!{ will bp sold to the Certificate: 33 Year of Issuance '
Tuesday anj, Thursdays from highest bidder at the court 1960.Description. ;
Kay pastor. Women's In n 1d to the following
bring along a registration i.I Day Santa Fa1.40 5.90 12.20 hquse door or\ the first Monday '
; !lands, the, !nhiect matter of the of Property Lot UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET
? -.- -- be observed Sunday ,starting I above.. entitled suit lying and in 1fonth'of August 1962.! < which 10 Blk '? Sl'NXY ACRES S/D. I ,
,, with Sunday School at 9:30j: j being In Bradford County, Flor h I the 6 dav of .\u!1U st. 1962. Name in which assessed }FanJ J
: I ida. to-wit: > Dated this' 25 day of June, nio Crummel.! J i Your Authorized Dealer ,
The ladies are striving,. to 'F.ii of j SW; i. and XW11 i, of 1962.. All of said property being in "
J West 9 CHARLES .*. DARBY the County of Bradford, State 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE
I make this the best; Women'sDay SW'i Except the 1'11"rps -

Itt(0I !(\\ in the history of the i North: thereof 430:; feet and nf K.East.f"Pt inBOf the! / Clerk Bradford of Circuit County,Court Florida of i of Unless Florida such certificate or cer-'I

church. Mrs. Sarah Prince, "et therwfSW: 4 of SW i 7-5 4t 726AOTICK I

Mrs. Rosa Green, and Mrs. I Except: Beginning thereof at the '
SQ'ithwPSt. corner T'
Rebecca Allen are in charge. I and run Xorth 750 feet : ,..,:.. :
All members: and frtends are jl 4 Oar&rfl Our Strength thfnce South 38 Ii degrees!!' APPLICATION .
"> East Wl feet. then,-e West FOR TAT IlKF.nSee. SALE
invited to attend.; 4New I ''Soil Conservation 600. feet to the point of beginning !i UU.111. K.S. ,,
.. .
Our Reputation--Quality Meats Bethel.Baptist Church, of SE'i ly-Jnir West of State that Ann' Resell :thp holder of

Rev, A. Vinson pastor. will!! : &NEWSBy Pnnd IB: WI of SW of the following certificates has
SE4! : all in Section 17. Township filed said I certificate' for '
hold Sunday School at 9:3J6: : deed to bo issued thereon I rsv..rrs.e4
6 South, Range. 22 East: S tax S
and Morning Worship at \1 I Bill Haas ..1 T. O. The certifii-Hte numbers and iI $$16888
I r4: of XW'i.' CW't of XExteut ''. rears of I issuance, the description -
a.m. with the pastor in'charge.: a strin off the Westside of the property and the
Good Beef f Smoked S Woman's Home Missipn Society revised farm thereof IWO f'f't't"Idp at names in which it was assessed! !
Sausage plan, was, delivered: to P. D. the North erd rind 730, feet ire as follows: imY.
will meet at 5 BTU : t 62: Year of Issuance '
p.m. Reddish hiS farm located wid" At the South end' ; SW: Certifii' Xo. '
will meet at '5::30. Men's Day of XW{ Errept a strip off 1936Dtscriution: AMANA ROOM AIR CONDITIONER ,
in'the Heilbronn Springs area. the AV't "Id" thereof 75P of Propertv- Com
STEW will be observed Sunday, July ;; feet wide Pt the Xorth end at SE Cor of XVt of XE* of New 1962 Model

or Bologna 22. All members and friendsare : I He; is, using Pensacola Ba- pod 5":;0 feet wide at th" XWU of N'W's! and run X 108 t Over-sized cooling coils give maxima

to arid hia. grass for pastures and has SoiitU end: X'i of SWV: Kxrpt' ft for HOT then AV 50 ft. X 100 ,' cooling efficiency '*
invited attend help
Rcir'nnlne I1t the inter- ft K 50 ft 100 ft to FOR Sec
make this a grand 'program.. the fields leveled so that he i sec*Ion of W'"=t Iln. of Ro-..1 25 T 8 S R 22: K Certified cooling capacity. Amana coding -
is abl to control the grazing. S9 with outh! line of XWU Name in which a5'sessedd-
lb. Choir rehearsal will be held capacities are tested, rated, and
Ibs.FLA. ,
Section 20. die Leo Davis ?
of SW i of
9c 3
,2 99c July 26 and August 2. 'All l The Soil ana Water Conservation thence run Westerlr alon
members of Choir:; No 2' are Research Needs Committee .said South line 21ft ,feet. the County of Bradford, State ardCNLNemo
thence: Xorth 103' feet thenceT or Florida.
... :: asked to be present., of the Soil Conserva- ..,t 210 fOPt. thence South Unless Burn certificate or certificates -I Certified Rating 6,700 BTU
tion Service met on the research Ifti feet: pnd tbAt part of shall be redeemed according -,
Allen h ,
k GRADE. "A" : Chapel A.M.E"Chur S fVJ.i.of ,jjjv;, ,lving. North to law the property described :
'- will observe Trustee Day this i needs for the Atlan'ticCoast and Eht t of Road S-!!!?: all 1rr such certificate or ; '
: 'i Flatwoods and Control I in Section 20.! Towp.8h.lp 6. certificates! will be. sold to the : :
.Sunday. wUh. Sunday .School' South ,Ran J2 East Eoppt \- highest bidder at the courthouse DAHMER'S
FRYERS: starting at 9:45.: Morning service I i Florida Ridge, f Northern part- I right' of way of Road 5- door on the first Monday !

will 'be' held at 11 'ajn.1' It will be 'nedssary for the ,I '29. in Month o( August. 1962! which !
Supervisors You 3111! each of you are is the 6 day of August; 1962.: :
Board Of of the
with the pastor in charge. At : hereby notified that, a suit in I
Bradford Soil" Conservation ciiuitv hag been brought against I I Dated this 2i day of'June, I
3pm. all members asked : Ii 1962.I : '" ,
are r.ou htj. ,L. Knight, for herself I I DISCOUNT HOUSE
District and the Bradford I CHARLRS A. DARBY ,
and .
to accompany 'the pastor to and also l for the use
to review and 1! "pnpfit of ,\ustin Smith andi Clerk of Circuit Court of'
1 County Agent
Bethel Baptist Church Bradford Florida
'I toj .Mildred Sinjth, his wife. as : _
C render service, for the benefit give priority tq the different plaintiff. in the'Cir'uit, Court of 7-5 4t 726AUTO I

research needs that they feel the Eighth Judicial Circuit in _- _-_.. -_.-_ -_.-_- _, __ -_ ... -- .... .
----i= = ==
of the Men's Day :: : --r
program i, and for Bradford County, Flor-'I ; = ==
Evening service, will be held 'aft will be, helpful, to this area I4a. and, you are hereby summoned -

6 p.m: All members are askedto \" I Mqst',of. the recommendations ordered and ;
I file ,your written snptser or
make a report to the 'class, the cpmrniltee presented were f'fnQ@! to, the complaint filed

: leader for the benefit} of the 1 for. the control and manage-(,1erelll against you in the above L'14REA.BUS1NESSDIRECTORY I
I entitled ca'u ** in the office of I ,
water underground
Trustees. I' ment of both the Clerk of Circuit Coutt of

\ ; general Electric' Tv'. nd. and op 'the surface. Bradford Conn tv. Florida, in I ,_,, .. .1
the Couirty Cpurt House at -": = -- _
Radios. Bulling on Appliances-! ,- ;H trY R> $Schleppi just fuiIstyid {- Starke.. Florida, on or before I 4'S ---=-----=-- -

FLASH FROZEN Starke..*.. < I.' fertilizing,} ..,his pasturesand and the to.20th kn'e.a day of copy AuKii of
We learn that with the rains we have or defenses Hollis V ,
are sorry co ,i upon r I
CHICKENGIZZARD -- Ib.19c been having the come Knight plaintiff's 'a t t'orneT :
J. White is in the hospital -! grass Johnson & Paris
McCoy herein, \Chose address!!' in! Post HuIVsBrake Supply"BR.KE' Sales Sewing Machine
said Service Pam
a-shouting. Harry ,
,in Jacksonville, and wish'' Office Drawer F. StArk Florida : Inc.Cnrnplete
i iJ "My grass is ready to make 'on or before said date. Ill' ,SPECIAUSTS"For Miller-Brown MotorsInc. .
him f
a speedy 1
bv the ,Lawn of Flor-! Line of
hay and I Xnly put the :fertilizer required da. pnd, :Florida, Rules, o( Civil Every. Car 01, Truck I 1! SEEDSPLANTS- Service Co.Niionie .
1 '
FRESH SLICED on the other day. The Procedure. Turning Grinding Relining i'1ll.32' 'I "
'If fail to do so, a decree FERTILIZEItSInsecticide
you m nn.I .
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: I spUs here ii\ Brad ?rd County pro confess will be entered While You Wait 1030) E; University AveOamesvill : -Pel Supplies : -
BEEF LIVER -H-- CHURCH .' !j will respond to good conserva- against vou for the relief de-i I; I Nechj rt&U
39c ChurIJa'St. | tion practices. manded ,in the complaint. 1111 S. Main Gamt8UltI We Rent Fertilizer i..>re&den'I
390 N.
The nature of said suit i fR to Sales & Service
H. Walton Grady, Minister I' There several people on remove clouds from the title of FR 2.9829 224 N. W. 8th Ave. I
.. I are the plaintiff, and the title of B & G Motors Co. I Repairs On All Make
Sunday School. 945; a.m. ;, the. list for the District roto pUntiffs grantees Austin Smith I Fit 2.0476Gainesville. !
--- CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE 315 W. Univ. Ave., Gaineivili.
Morning Wo/sljlp. 1 1 "a.m.;, mower Since the rains, the and Mildred Smith to whom AUTO RADIATORS
.. plaintiff warranted ,title to a F85 II1LLMAN P1&J 376-1675()
Evening .:Worship, 7:30: p.jn. : i grasjs is '/callgrowing., ? ,. Also portion of said landa and to Sales and Service I. ,

N 0' TIcECLOSED Thursday! 'choir' 'Practice ,the {mowers-was tore-up last their described respective por- Butler's Radiator UI.FISTEREO i
'tions of the above described real 2001 N. \V. 13th. Rt. 441 S
0 7:30 p. m. week. When using the mower estate together constituting allOf .
SUNDAY JULY 22 be sure to grease and check surh' real estate. Service Top Tunes"The I .
It Is hereby ordered that this II
I LAURA BAPTIST the shear-pin to see if it is a !'notice .shall be published once Uoftt Modem ,Cores In Stock DODGE LANCER; BJggeat Little. Record I
We appreciacvlhcVo1idcrful( business which it tear week for 4 ron? rutl\"p weeks .. Slicp in The Helzel Co.
CHURCH! soft pin.-If not, could a Rep lrs. All Care -; Trucks SIMCA the South" i

t you our customers have given us. We hop Sunday SCHOOL, 9:45!: aJn. your tractor up. and the mo- 'in a'.Jie Bradford spaper' CountY published Telegraph in Bradford National Trailer Rental Salea Parts' Service1I'SED III.FI Stereo Component' Dealer S ROOFING

you will continue to shop with... us-6: days a Morning Worship, 11 am. 'Wtor, too. Someone put a hard County.central' Florida circulation and having }- 51& S. W. 4th Ave.,,GaincsvUl* CAR.S TOO Pilot Harraan: Harden *i, SHEET IETAL
week. Convalescent Bog sgrvcgrto \ Jx>Jt. ,in \thf mower ,and hit a said County. FB 2-0498 Poole-Gable Motors KLH F' frcl ild Garrard Alit CONDITIONING

.t Our store will be closed on Sundays beginning 4' p.m., EemqgWorship' \ ,1,vtump.'I'hjs 40-cent ,bolt, cost WITNESS rey hand as Clerkof 811 W. l'nlon Ave.. GaIpesvIlleFR I i ,
said Circuit Court and ,theSal' __ .__J 1 119 S. E. :Jst Avt. GainesvilleFR No Job Too Large Or Too Small

;; July 22. ,f 'l::30 p.m.Vednesdantgflt. ; the District*. around $74, for ot, said Court. at Starke. AUTO SALES & SERVICE 2-4343 -128 202 8. K. 4th St. Gaines vtm
: .Prayer Meetinj. 7:30 'clocJu:]i repairs., Bradford County. Florida. 'this, I .
:r 'I I ,. FR21491S
,. h"I 9th. day of July 1162. LADIES WEAR
j I. CHARLES TransmissionsONE "" __ __ _____ J
's __- .
1 GOOD, HOPE With $5.00 Food. Order REVTVAL :, GRAHAM of As Bradford Clerk of ountFlorida.Circuit Court. FLYMOUTB VALIANT I Chenr: : ,
.. ) '
MK Stall Revival ser kes held. .,Ir it 8-2 Service ALL MAKES -- REPAIR Gainesville' MOlt FashlonWl, VACUUM CLEANERS

cans-----. We: at, the'Kingsk$ take Baptist? J Sunday. School 10 a. m AND EXCHANGE Address for Ladiea '

10, : Church fromsluije-24 through Morning, Worship 11 a. m. HawelPower.MotQr! I Gator Automatic DRESSES SUITS .COATS$i Ail Make Of VIf aecs

July ,1.:The eya gels J : win be ,:Training' Union 6:30: p. m. OT1CR TO. DF.FEVD ACCESSORIES It f
COCUT. BRnrojan Co. t" RepairiBnng
> ; enlService.. 7:30 111.i cincrrr -
:ARTON OF six ,.. .. Plus Deposit Rev. Bobby Pirrj 13'pf they'd .i.Prayer Wednesda.i corxTY: fi-ORiDAi I Transmission Service<<; tos W. University; O&Jl1'YUltr ] In To KirbJ'"
Baptist ch Rpcfonafi, fleeting 3 I* CH4VCEHT. ..- 1
lW INC. .
FB :
t. *" "' L'p. m.=-Rev. C. L. Reddlnj, John C. Davis. ,
COKE ; 25''C 0': .v ? ,,i, pastor "* Plaintiff 204 N. Main, Gainesville 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P O.) MOVER, > .. S. Authorized Kirby DuUibutofKirby

Services 'will"begiitftar- p>, TB, Case.. No.: 1J-115 Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 J I
'.' I Ann Alene Davis Used Can 312 N, HaiaFB ___ GainesvilleMayflower
m. with special singing.each,1 Detf'ndant.OTICE L !
night, directed iy i \ TO APPEAR CONCRETE PRODUCTS ;,
REG. SIZE LOAF2BREAD Wilh.$5.OO.od Order .' I BAPTIST CHURCH To: Ann Alene Davis, whose -- -. ,
: Crosby. -
t residence. and" address. is UXKXOWX. LINCOLN- MERCURYCOMET INSIST .THAT ALL YOUfl I Sales & Service

- 2SC! : IUYLESSHIGIIWAY: ? SuhcJay School 10 a.zn. You are hereby notified thata i i .:.. FLT :...- METCORj CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE f I LOCAL AND LONG
> Morning Worship 11 a. m. suEt for divorce has been filed THE .
DISTASTE UtFU Gainesville
Autbonzed alea Service
i CHURCH ,SCHEDUlE against you in the above i .
Training Union. 7 p.m. Eve- and cause and you Edwards Storage An4 CratfoiFB 6-7110
I named Court Partt BiildxSupply l
Sunday 'JS&0& 10., %..% 1 Ming Service. 8 p.m. Prayer are. requirtcJ to serve a copy of, G&1DHriBe .
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. your answer or pleading to the j Trained Mechanics flood r C-1224

RICE 10 i Training Union. 6 :' p.- m. ', WdJ2" !. .8, p.m.w" complaint on the Platatiff Attorney -j Used Can Ip ., .. .. -.
.tbai bag a 9.9c! : "every 1st "and 3rd Lex: Green Sttrke FlorIda -I I 726 8. Main FR J.taU : MUSIC SUPPLIES WELDINO

Ei-fning Scryic; 7, p.m. Praj- -I'Ib111D4i.yJ.: P.-U1'_ .. and file the original in the A ,

ef meeting. Wednesday; 7 p. -Rev. .' E. Norman pastor. cult office Court of iUe on Clerk or before of the the Cir-30:i, Barkley Motors Gainesville....F&- S *" i ," rT*,*: "*' 'pf r -:

..thy8p4.m.m.- Choir' practice.. of. 'Wednes' ...... -- day allegation of July. of UG said; otherwise Complaint the I!I I. 815 N. Mala GalneivlUe ELECTIIICMOTORS i LilluuV* Mujc Store t' Universal Welding

f will' be taken. as confessed by -- :
;. I\:1it': < QF ETENTION TO you. I I Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor "G&1nen1Ue Iaierei
WMTNE'S 1' PENTECOSTAL : REGISTER FICTITIOlSi ATAME This notice shall be dGAce.u:1L ;i Since 192JKRA !I Company
j I Notice Is hereby given that werk for four consecutive -I LAR-ANGLlA- Repair Co. : '
UoWiE, c'w" the undersigned under the pro- weeks in the BRADFORD; AVER WINTE&CABLB I I 1
I :
: 22TW;:: Bramdec.St. t 1, visions of Chapter :O.33. Lawsof COUNTY TELEORAPH. t ENGLISh .FORD Of GAINESVILLE. INC. ripe Colunsaj I Steel FbV1es.

Florida. Acts of 1M1. will Dated thi! 2 i dmjr. of' June;, BENZ VOLVO PIANOS PL\NOEOAN8 ties Stee4 RIh -., TratlSPECIAL
CASH SUPERETIE Sunday 10 a. m. register with the Clerkof the 162.

"S : Morning Worship 11 a. m. Circuit Court in and for Brad: CHARLES.A- DARBY,' Authorized! Sales t Service MOTOR CHORD ORGANS! $1$4.375,I Io4k Trsll4i
ford County, Florida, upon receipt Clerk of th* Circuit Court,
DOnurajntd ;
617 WEST MADISON STREET Evangelistic Service 7:30; p. of proof of publication of By: -Marian L. Cro by, -Complete. Service f. AU BALES AND RVtcz'Dtstrfbutor .OuiUri. rDrurn'Cbest.
f m. Wednesday Prayer Meet- this notice the fictitious name DeputJerk..' Hakes" { of *! Mtaie ', IrearWttfc, ";

We Give Family Stamps ling.; 7:30 p.m. Saturday we of M are&:ngal'ed U Motors in under business which at, f8Jc1r !Ut ,. &.06 E. University An. New Lincoln lloie* Budgets 519 s.W? GaicttviCeTUTftStMY

63S X. Temple Are.. Start I FB J4251'Oalnesviile.
: Youth Service. 1:30 p. m,- Attorney: FE 2-8J1S FB -5931.
Florida. Starke, Florida -
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t;.r.r 1YYYTYYYYTYT' TYYYYYfGRAHAM day guests of his mother Mrs. along with Mrs. N. J. Davis land of Winter Haven visited week with their son-in-law J I Mrs. Harley will spend a few in Gainesville Saturday after and children of Jacksonville. ]r 15th respectively.At : .

Kate Starling. and her grandchildren, Jean,r Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones last I Ir and daughter. Mr.. and Mrs. days this week with their brother noon. I I Their son Glenn who had been The Churches

Mr: and Mrs. Link Williamsof Kay. and Harold daughtersand weekend.We Damon. Nolan and family. I t. Clyde Starling and family Miss Elizabeth Terry spent visiting the Hilliards for several -I Grace Methodist: Church

Sampson and Tom Thomasof son of Mr. and Mrs. S., B. are glad to report that Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ) in Avon Park. Friday and Saturday in Gain II weeks, returned with School. 9:45: am.; Worship

By Richard Cain Palatka were visiting at the Davis visited Mrs. Davis' Mrs. Albert Sparks has much Brown and children have returned Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Atkinson !. esville with'her sister Mrs. I 11 a.m.;. Evening Worship 8
home of c.1 them.Mr.
4 T.-..&... '........&..I...J Mrs. Frances Dewey Crews Murrhee Sunday.and daughter While there in Mr.Jack Davis sonville.and Improved at the time of this from a. vacation trip and daughters of Home- E. Strickland.Mr. and Mrs. C. Cole and p.m. Methodist Youth Fellow
writing. and her mother Mrs. to Belmont Miss., to visit stead called on Miss Enza and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins I children spent:; Sunday with I ship each Wednesday, 8 pjn.FiK.1 .
Mr- and Mrs. G. 'D. Pearce I Miss Patsy Roark has returned the children visited the Jack- Thelma Dyal has returned to relatives.. and children of Jackson relatives in Pierson. They; Baptist
after a few days visit sonville Zoo. Blanchara Saturday morning. ,
hare returned home after a Gainesville after being with Visitors here on Thursdaylast enjoyed a family cookout.Mrs. .
ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School, 10 a. m..
two :week I with her grandparents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roark week with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Arthurine Blanchard of I
visit her
with friends daughter several days. I
Bill I
Owen Anders and Sun H. C. Harley honoredher Worship 11 a.m.; Training
and relatives in Opp Ala. and Mrs. Russel Dyal in Gain- and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home were Mrs. O. D.Gay' .i Jacksonville spent the week- I
esville. Mrs. Clarence Frazier and day. husband and his mother I Union. 7 pjn.; Evenmg Worship -
James Roark of West Virginia of Dunnellon and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratlif Mrs. Edward Broughton were end with her sister and they Mrs. A. H. Harley, with a I.
Willard Hines was visiting all went to Cedar Keys Sun- and Mrs. Elmer Gay of Gain- Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. 8 p.m.; Prayer Meeting
and two' sons of Gainesville Mrs. Della Osteen of High day and reported a wonderful called to Daytona Saturday i i esville. visited their aunt, Mrs. JohnJ. I Luther Hilliard this week were birthdav dinner Sunday. Their : each Wednesday 8 pjn.I .

were visiting Colen's parents Springs last week. time. night to the bedside of .Mrs.Broughton's Mrs. Delmar Williamson McLeod at a nursing home Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling birthdays oemg tnu nth and
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff brother and bro i
Mr. and Mis. R. G. Griffis Mr. and Mrs. Howie Shaw of I'was hostess for a party at
Sunday. ther-in-law of Mrs. Frazier
and children spent last weekin Gainesville were visiting Mr. her home on Wednesday afternoon -
'Mrs. Wasdln Olen Graves who had I
Bessie a serious -
was Astoria Long Island, visiting and Mrs. Ed Parrish Sunday. last week. Refresh- -
I visiting1' her daughter,.Mrs.'A. Mrs. Griffis's mother. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. heart attack. There was ments of punch and Cookieswere F 1
T. /illdrews..and family..Wednesday no change in Mr.Graves''con __
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling Carl Jones this past week 'served by:the hostess to ,
dition when
Mrs. Frazier
; and Thursday of last returned k
week. were visiting with her sister was Mrs. Jones' sister-in-law home Sunday. Mrs.. those present. ,I iiti
'Mrs. Nellie Cannon of Bran- Mrs. Myrtle Aultman of Mulberry Mr. and ,Mrs. Joe Forsyth
:Mri: and Mrs. Napolin Starling and Mrs. Ruby Dyal of I Broughton remained in Day- moved Saturday from their
I tona to be with her brother.
of Gainesville Mon- ford.Mr. .
were Gainesville.John
and Mrs. L. A. Davis. former home to the house
Lefevers of Jackson- Mrs. W. C. Broughton of they recently purchased fromT. II

ville was visiting his brother Gainesville was visiting with .. J, Alderman on S. R. 325 I
Welcome! Thomas Lefevers and family her husband's parents. Mr. near the city limits.
Everyone ,,
and Mrs. Carl Broughton. I j
...., Sunday.Mr. "I I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Varnes I
s, and Mrs. Jennings Starling ; Cpl. Richard Grier took an; have sold their farm home : .1: : :.
of Lake Worth are up this.! active part in Operation Alligator east Hampton to the James

y way visiting his parents, Mr. this past week at Camp,I Pattersons, and have moved 1 :

f I TRI-STATE and Mrs. H. E. Starling. I Blanding and Keystone into one of C. L. May's houses -I i.T1:1: -: '.1.J ) -:

Mr. and Mrs. Oren Davis of I I Heights. He was the first man i! on S..R. 325. -,, .,
1 to jump during the parachute

Gainesville were this visiting week.Mrs. 1! drop last Saturday and is also I''I vv.vv......vv.yy..y, (
N. J. Davis past
Fellowship; Meeting j the aide to Col. Wolfe. 'Cpl.!
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Strick- Grier is the son of Mrs. Carl LAWTEY

Broughton. i

At The Tabernacle Due to the fact that Rich

I Pine Level Baptist Church i ard Cain is leaving for Sum- By Enza Blanchard \

Classes in Bible School at mer Camp next Saturday with AAAAAAA,...&AIAAAAIs

.. the Gospel Tabernacle last the National Guard, Miss Judith -I
The Baptist Vacation Bible {
Sunday morning were combined '
: the Flan- Broughton will be your I School will begin Monday t
to see and hear
JULY 25.. 26 nelgraph store of "The Good'' correspondent help of Mrs. Irene along Ratliff.with the I j July 23, at the church and.I II I la
Shepherd." Mrs. Florence Hip- will continue through Friday
With this edition of the } held!
pie paints mush of her own ; August 3. Classes will be
background scenes, which area paper and Graham news we each morning from 8:30: to i
i are sending a "HELLO" and wel- '!
great help in illustratingthese 11::39. All children are
I a little bit of sunshine up to COfittf.
Services lessons.
: : I Wilton Starling who is in the Bridal ShowerA t
The mornink message by J.
Army stationed at Alaska.Wil- delightful affair of last
= T. Quigley was "The Choosing ton is originally from Graham Tuesday evening was a shower -
Morning Afternoon Evening'Noon of the Twelve. and is the son of J. W. given by Mrs. Jack Estes fa

Starling. Hope it isn't as hot Mrs. R. E. Lee, and Mrs. H. E.
CONGREGATIONAL in Alaska as it has been Priest at the Estes home in
: HOLINESS CHURCH around here for the past few I honor of a, recent bride Mrs.
and Evening Meal
North 301 2tt miles out of I weeks.HAMPTON. Neal Phillips formerly Miss .
.. town on left of the road. i i Jackie Bales. The dining room "
Served at Church Young People's Meeting, YYYYYYYWYYYY Y and living room were decorated -

.. Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday with arrangements of gla-

School 10 a.m. Sunday Night dioli and other flowers.

;:Special Music s Bible Preaching Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Mrs. Gene Pearson won a

cordially invited to attend- By Mrs. D. E. BilltAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA prize in a contest. The door

.' Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.Boating's prize was drawn by Mrs. Bill #r
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I Green. The hosteses were as- i
sis1' serving by Miss Lor-
Rev. W. P. McElroy. raine Priest Miss Bonnie Rosier the
BaptLt Pastor Resigns and Miss Cathy Jones. During
r Rev. W, P. McElroy announ- Many lovely gifts were pre-

a ced his resignation as pastorof sented to the honoree.
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4p F4rst Baptist Church Mrs. O. J. Phillips and her
J Hampton, at the business sister. Mrs. Addle Hinote of '. I I

$ R !*- 4 meeting nesday night of the, July church 11. He Wed-resigned Miami who .is visiting her '::;{;mm..........." ...1..1I v.1..I.,.imi.... ..::...:.:,...."...::. ':-:.-.\.:'. .,.: .
MARiWI funeral of Gerry .
YA NWf,. YOa aT.t y effective August 12, attended Triest at the Hope Baptist'Church ::v iti I ii[1 ;1;; 1 J t:=:-.-:.:,':... guaranteeo I

when he will take' on the duties Wednesday. Other guests of
; 'as pastor of 'Antioch Bap- Mrs. Phillips were' Mr. and ... ...
% tist Church south of LaCrosse.
Eddie Hilliard
t Mrs.
yc ke Rev. McElroy has been pas- of last Friday -
daughters Tampa
tor of the Hampton church and Mrs. Hinote's son f G lf
since October 1958, when he James, and family Saturday lifeJof tyour"new'

; and his family moved here overnight. from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss

Church Elizabeth Terry spent Thursday I
James M. Garrison i in Lake City with Rev.
Dies in Alabama Wilkinson and i!
and Mrs. Edgar
James M. Garrison died children. tiresyoujare protectedagainst

a- Tuesday July 10. in Ru.&el- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips (

r. ville, Ala., where he had been and sons, Mr. and Mrs. W.
visiting with daughter. Mr.
a Seagle and children Mr. and I
Garrison was the father of Mrs. Bob Bowie and ,children,
Wonderful at Melrose/ MarineThere's Mrs. B. L. Barnes, formerly of Mrs. Lura Mae Register of
Hampton, and uncle of Mrs.
Dinsmore, and Mr. and Mrs. all road hazards
Wiley Williamson of Hamp-
a world of fun on the water awaiting you at Frank Bennett's Mel- i, ton. He had made his home Darrell McLendon and child-week i

rose Marine. Either the 16 ft. Well-craft which sells at $795.00 (left) or with Mr. and Mrs. Barnes for ren of Lacrosse Lake.spent a .
at Kingsley
the 14 ft. Wellcraft (right) which is $495 will give you many season's of several years, and they had Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner ,: Afi

thrilling summertime living. Both Well crafts are made of fiberglass. Frank taken him to visit his daughter spent the weekend with the I

Bennett's Melrose Marine, established since 1960 can assure you that "no one in Alabama just recently. latter's sister Mrs. Gordon

undersells ;Melrose Marine". All outboard motor repair work is fully guaran- Attending the funeral services Bridges in Monroeville Ala. I regardless ofwea

teed by calling GRanite 5.5701 and Frank or Chuck Pardee will take care of there Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter I
you. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. are j I I I I
Mrs. Shirley Forsyth and
Melrose Marine features the Wellcraft 14 ft. Fishing Boat at $275.00 and on a tour of the western states. ,

12 ft. one at $225, both fiberglass. The Jacobsen Mower (center) at $780 performs I. Ann HD. Barnes.Project Group They will visit the World's i!
at Seattle Wash. They
as a small tractor. Other mowers are $59.95 and up, at Melrose Marine Meeting August 2 fair expect to be gone for about I i of.

in Melrose-The "Outboard Motor and Lawn Mower Hospital." adv.-tf Wood furniture refinishingwill a month. :, regardless mileage !

be demonstrated at .the E. E. Burney of Jacksonville

next meeting of the Hamp- visited his mother. Mrs. Geor-
ton Home Demonstration pro-
gia Ann Sapp Friday.Mr. .
-POH 100 YEARS : ject group on Thursday Aug- and Mrs. Glenn Crews f' r

F d : ust 2. at 1:30 pjn. and daughters, and Misses Ve-
The meeting will be at ra Crews and Merle Boatright

: AMmUCANS HAVE BEEN !: Hampton town hall with Miss visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Billy t
Ross, home
Dorothy county Woodard and family Mr. and I :
demonstration agent, in
r Mrs. H. C. Crews and sons in : A/
:H {(BANKING ; charge. Clearwater. and Mrs. Elite

/ : Personals in Brandon over !
t Boatright
.. r. j Mrs. T. F. Brown was expecting 'fI RtANT..E.E\
the weekendMrs. :It"f'
BY:: MAIL! i all her children to' be Lola Norman and her G \

. t .... \ __ ,M : present for a family reunion nephew. Jerry Witcher. visited J "" ... .,. ... \ntentional or :"
1 I supper on Wednesday night of relatives I in Tampa during ., .
: this week the. first time for -- )i reason ( pGulf:dfu: not : -
the wee Mrs. .Norman's.sis. j lot anY when use .
1x : all to be together in several ter, Mrs.'Nell Osteen. returned \ .\ gent dama e), your minimum lifetime, _eat as I

., : years. Mrs. Katherine Carbone with them.Sunday for a visit. i .1- 1 !Dr its entire guaran entitled to an edl
S ': of Elizabeth. N. J. arrived here Mr. and Mrs. Marion Page 1 Ii IW __"'; P you are worlnnenahiP ors materiai, YOU
I: Tuesday for a visit with her of Jacksonville were 'I1OncoUW cause is defective the use. is any ti ,
t and son t If the If ;>
charge. brand-
-I 1011owiC
i mother and Mr. and Mrs. a *
1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. offer you
i Gordon Weest and sons of Miami '< I'\wm anew.tbout;: charge orf price:1-: :
'If Prevatt Saturday. reeeaivulfe .
z. the P
g. ieP -:' ... .
; drove up the same! day. that portion d. tire.I I Ii.
Donaldson and ; for f
Miss Peggy "'-- Credit life 0 LUO -
Ii Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of ,.. tire, allowing teed Unmum; ; tlmeted :=
Ala. -
pW ..
of .
Y$ brother Wayne Opp 1\\ \ unused guaran ; '.
J .' 1\\i Jacksonville and Mr..and Mrs. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ... by LUO 9S ? *,
,. .: MAIL- I E.. L. Brown and sons of Ralph Wise and family. 'E .
I Hampton were to be here for
I ;" Mrs. B. E. Reddish and Mrs.

It started In 186; and its still tie fastest, .: I the occasion. Ray Dorman went by Ridge- .
< I MrsArnold .Haddock and .
f C. where they pickedup '
crest. N.
t x:; v' safest-sometimes the only-way to conduct ,I children of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Dorman's son and JIIWm[ "' Lifetime Warranties
last week with her _
J routine business with ones bank when a per- '":' .' ; parents. Mr.. and Mrs, Dan. went they spent to Ashvffle several N.days.C. where Mrs.J. ,'*> ma.r_'. Gulf CROWN-IS to 21 mos. .' /

sonal visit isn't feasible. Have you tried it? '. i:! Johnson.General Electric Freezers.Bollintton .I O. Pons and children were (u O MK.SIUtfS| to_27_mos 1. Gulf CUSHION-12 15 mos.
i of Mr. and
.f weekend visitors
". : Write, phone, or stop in for free forms! ;';' ; Appliances. Starte:I Mrs. B. E. Reddish.

:: Mrs. Florrie Belie Brown Mr.,and Mrs. William [Bud ---t fr jaluiijotfcatrustrstop:
"1 left last weekend with Mr. dy] Parrish of Brooker visit-
and Mrs. E. P. Hawes for a Shu- *. .
J ed Mr. and Mrs. G. P.

: FLORIDA :: visit and, Des Lamar Moines Brown, Ia. Mr.lefti ford .Sunday.Mr. and Mrs.. Freeman star- >.; 'fa fthe.s gn.f J the.Orange Disc..q''i .

early this week for a vacation
i ling of Jacksonville spent Sun- '
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to the mountains, then .
U trip _
day with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. .JiJ. {
't' 8' A N'X': : IT 1 IfllllOne : i ; win make the trip there to Harley and family and MIa. .

I ,: '. u'. . __ .. ..- : \I, Des Moines to' bring Mrs. John Trflffll* imd';ionvjDf..;Buffalo :V REGISTER OIL COMPANY-.
Brown home with them.
N.Y./who" visiting the
Of SO Bantu Of The Florida National Group 6 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corpt i .
f Mr. and* A. M. Bryant I Barleys. : STARKE, FLORIDAJ .
> visited near Live Oak last, Mrs. Trtb'ula) and son and
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