Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 2, 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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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s Capitol city this week with a definitely considering it,
i barrage of plans forrevampingthe Action has begun to get under way this week for State Senator Charley E

state's congressional districts the, upcoming off-year city election on September 11. Johns said from Tallahassee

: as ordered by a federal The positions of only four city officials will be put Tuesday when aAked about -

court mandate or the court ,on the voting block this year in what is expected to his chances of becom

warned it will do lt< itself. be a quiet campaign, judging by the lack of interest ing a candidate for Florida's
Sa With reapportionment still '_ ___.__ .-1,
a so far. are serving their iresnmenterms governorship in 1964.
black cloud looming In the sky I I on the board. Hurst Is "I've been
Li The four.officials whose jobs receiving a tremendous
S Tuesday Bradford County'stwo so far unopposed and has not
are in jeopardy are those of... amount of encouragement
: legislators favored two different :
Police Chief William F. Ros- yet qualified himself. Johns ," the senator said,

plans for, solving the ser, who is seeking to fill outa i will be opposed by a two term "And the good part li that

problem. one year unexpired term, veteran of the council, Orrie most of it Is coming from

"We're [the small counties] and three 'city councilmen; : Wiggins, and Douglas has large south Florida counties,
fighting for our: lives," State Johns, drawn opposition from service especially Dade "
a Carl Hurst, Carl Lamar and Broward.
Senator Charley' E. Johns de- and Wayne Douglas. I II station operator Seeber Good- Johns said he will announce

1 clared. All three of the councilmen I, man, seeking his first term.Wayne his decision on becoming a

John said from Tallahassee _11II' I I Tuesday, where he was in Johns
w was president of the
caucus with other members of enate when
Oov. Dan Mc-
the senate, that he favored a Carty died In 1953 and he
plan using 46 senators. His
was elevated to
r acting-gover-
plan would put him in a district nor. He served for 15 month
l lf composed of Bradford, q.4 and'was beaten as a candidate

Union, and Clay Counties and : for Mccarty's unexpired
would put Baker and Nassau
term by LeRoy Collins. He
f A together. He said the people ., was elected to the state legislature -
I Taste He Has Never Forgotten from' Keystone Heights, and i ] in 1935 and to the
Lake to '
Kingsley come him
senate in 1937
Sen. Charley Johns is shown above with Gov. Johnston Murray governorship because he was president the state senate and it now. with their problems. J there except for has one remained -

of Oklahoma during the 15 months John,was acting governor of was atime; he has never forgotten. Johns favored no specific term.

((tf, Florida after Gov. Dan McCarty/died/ in 1953. Johns inherited theI plan. for the. Legislature s say- % : i inv \ 'I He got a taste of the governorship

ing me senate ana house were .. I
and admits he
Asst. Postmaster Alabama Is Example., "more or less solving their own \ _'I \that It
( Merchants Trade Effort has never forgotten Hewould
1: Ready problems. He said legislatorswere yi Ilk&be governor

; Given discussing plans which F again for a full fouryearterm.
Charge Federal Reapport ionment Seen :would Incorporate anywhere _
tj Plans for their most comI I Starke is expected to reach
from 125
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OUfake P --"f"" & -- 5-
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preh2nsive .trade,,. fl.wk-.J.: 4 feved 1 9 th j t.# -r -E" < 7" expires and the governor's
at a 20.000 population area I ion retail me-rket. II The senator said:the federal
Assistant Postmaster, Blake Less Damaging ian SwiieTiwikreapportionment: race Will.. come about the.
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,. market were completed this Merchants' sales of "Back- court "won't give" and, that -- time
Jackson, said,Monday that he same so If he runs it
week by the Retail Trade 'to-School" merchandise will he thinks it will be better for Douglas
will he will
received notice July 20 Seeber,Goodman mean have to give
t. Committee of the Starke I continue through the monthof on While the Florida legislatureis as an example Legislature to reapportionthan up his position In the senate.
(! Chamber: of Commerce, according August and efforts are being that the accountability of the now in session wrestling it seems unlikely that to have the court do it, Challenger, Group 3 Incumbent, Group 3 "If I won the governorship
Starke Post Office has been
\' .w, to Committee Chair- redoubled by businessmento with the problem of re-ap- less populated counties would as it promised. He said any Wayne Douglas, 27-year-old It would only be for four
to him.
man Charles Sawyer. not only meet competing i turned over Postmaster G. portionment some have rais- lose as much political strengthas ruling made by the federal Seeber Goodman, 40yearold Starke businessman and Incumbent years and then I would retire -

I The plan calls for a satura- prices from nearby larger cit- J.The McGriff status Jr.of, who has held ed a very important question: some imagine. court would almost surely be Starke service station own- to the Group 3 city ," the senator said "I've n
tion of this area's market ies, but in instances if the instance, Jefferson in favor of the larger counties that
many since "What will happen For er, announced Wednesday council post, announced Tues- got to make up my mind, if I I
i with a 3,216 circulation mailer make price-cuts which make the 1954 position could not eight be years ascertainedthis federal court does not approve County in Alabama, the states and the small counties wouldbe he will seek the Group 3 city day that he will seek re-elec- run, to take four years out of I

i which will compliment local Starke the city of shopping ,week from the Divisionof the legislature's enactment, most populace [634,864], had !in grave danger of losing council post in the upcoming tion to a second term. my life."
merchants advertising in values during the entire monthof and proceeds to reapportion it's house seats increased from their life-giving race track and Douglas was elected to his "I love my work In the Sen
in Washington election In
the Telegraph next week. August.In Postmasters. I Florida districts, as it recently 7 to 17. But in the senate it's gasoline monies.Representative. September 11 city first term in any public officein ate and it will be hard to give

Themed to "BacktoSchool"and summing up the pro- D. C.Jackson said that he has did in Alabama? representation remained a t Thomas had his first try at public office. 1960 when he beat Cliff that up," he said.

"Tobacco Harvest Time,'" gram, Chairman Sawyer urged been appointed acting-post- It is interesting to specu- the original single seat. Then not left for Tallahassee when Goodman will challenge incumbent Hazen 107 votes for his present Johns said he win adopt a

merchants are completing organization all families who live In until further in again, one of the state'ssmallest contacted by the Telegraph Wayne Douglas who council post. He has own- wait, see, and listen attitude
of their stores fora the general area of Starke to master-in-charge also said late what will happen counties, Hale [19- Tuesday morning but said, before also announced this week fora ed and operated Wayne's Cash and in the meantime he will

+ giant merchandising effort watch for the announcementsnext that notification.McGriff He checked out, Bradford and adjoining counties 537] lost one of it's two seatsin going, that he favored the I second term on the board. Superette on the corner of have to get his campaign

which will break In next week in the Telegraphand of the post office was at the close if the job is done by the the house but retained it's much discussed 67 senator. Douglas is presently servinghis Madison and Orange Streetsin lined up.

Thursday's Telegraph. The in the mailer in outlying, of business July 20, and has court. one-half vote in the senate. plan which is patterned after first term.Goodman west Starke for three years. Tribune Sings Johns
combined circulation, cover- areas. there since. Using the Alabama court Still another small county, the federal congress. In that has owned and operated He. is married and has two An article in Tuesday's
not been present
ing a 12-15 mile radius of Winston [14,358] retained it's plan with the House member his own business for children. Tampa Tribune said that because
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-- '" '. '" c." sole seat in the house and increased ship based on population, a 15 years and presently operates Douglas will be opposed by of the present tense reapportionment -

3. "' it's senate represen- plan, Thomas said, the large a Sinclair Service Stationon Seeber Goodman, Starke service issue Johns
Set T#
Circus .. tation from one-third vote to counties would carry the bal- south U. S. 301. station operator, who is has "one bf the best opportunities

', one-half. ance of power in the House He has a wife and two chil- seeking his first term on the to gain popular support

By Rec. Dept.The ; i Alabama is the first stateto and the small counties In the dren. council. I of any of the potential
', ., :>. i i :: f j ;) _u_ ,_ ., t'"
': a have its legislature reapportioned senate. candidates now in the ziem.

Starke Recreation De- : =-t '.:.t'D' ; :; ..' ,', by the federal Thomas said he thought "A federal court decision on

partment is sponsoring a cir- 't. \'',1i:. ; : :: ; ,, ', courts, although several other such a plan would be fair to .f I reapportionment of the state

\" 'cus Thursday, August 9, at u ." --1'. .. ; 1 ff1"t states throughout the nation both the small and larger i has put the Florida legisla

I the Pratt Street Playgroundat ; ,J'f"' '," _. may also, after ailing to pro- counties ture's back to the wall. A way
7 p.m. 1. ::. .;'-'. ';.-;:"=.l!!-, < __i':' >' _';, vide to meet court require' I ISappenfield .rg q'v must be found to reapportionthe
There will be entertain- ; h'T :', ;':" : '';:':;";:' '.. .. ,. ments. I Gets' s state fairly or the court
ment for all ages with a spe- : _: '' .." If the Alabama court ap- has warned It will do it itself*

cial program featuring circus ; \ ., ... portionment were to serve as p fF l "As a leader of the majority
acts that some of the children "':" f,,o _,, a guide for one in Florida, it Jail Sentence block in the state senate,

have learned at the play- i iI" would seem that in smaller 5 i. often referred to as the 'Pork
counties like Bradford, Clay For Tax Evasion i' Chop Gang Johns h In
4 position
this summer. Acts will
ground I" Impressive Rear View From Jackson Street :',y' i i'A'
would be lit-
Include clowns, performers, and Union, there '':1 to show himself! a
tle change if In a federal F statesman and those who wouldbe
and booths. any. Albert Sappenfield 49, a contractor -
New ,Florida Bank Nears CompletionThe court apportionment. I specializing- the erec- (<'k'-. !; his opponents for governor

I tion of motels and builder of realize this.

SEASON new Florida Bank at President S. L Peek Jr. [his windows and has room for 10 Mile Stretch The Trail and Desert Isle Mo- I. Johns says he realizes a

Starke nearly four times as back is to the camera], and two more to be installed when Of S.R. 100 To tels north of Lawtey, has been d i j governor's race Is a big job

FOOTBALL large as the old building, according Construction SuperintendentJim needed. It also has two vaults, fined $5,000 and ordered to 1 S a y4 and will cost a lot of money.

to President S. L. Peek Wolverton. The same for records and currency, both. Be Resurfaced prison for six months on a : He said he figures It would

TICKETS Jr.,, Is due to be completed by I group is shown above admiring of which are almost as largeas plea of guilty to filing a fraudulent cost $400,000 to get to the second
the middle of September.The ] the front of the buildingas the lobby of the present Resurfacing of nearly 10 Income tax return for L4T'P T s f '.. ,.. primary and a hilt! million .
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final squares of tile, 'the final tiles are being facility on Call Street. miles of State Road 100 In .r'-- """ ;ii --- -- to get elected.

Sales Begin which came from Italy, were placed in the doorway General contractor for the: Bradford County is expected to 1957.Three other counts of tax Orrie Wiggins Carl Lamar Johns "rU promise one thing. It

being laid in the front door- When it opens, around Oc- Job is the Ca1 well-Scott Engineering evasion contained In a Dec. 1 I'm elected Tallahassee will
AUGUST 11 I be started by August 11, the Incumbent 1
way to the new bank [shownat tober I, the new bank will & Construction Company 6. 1960 Federal grand jury Challenger, Group 1employee Group be a fishbowl so all can
afternoon.The of Fort Lauderdale. State Road Department anthis see the operation of the governmeni. -
\ AtFlorida right] Tuesday have three drive-in cashier Indictment against Sappen: ,
\ Orrie Wiggins of Carl Lamar Johns Jr.. 28- ."
building is completely pounced weRalph ek. dismissed in Jacksonville --
field were
1----- ---- I the Starke Telephone e- Company year-old secretary-treasurer of
finished on the outside now t, \ Powers of Lake City last week by U.s. ,
I and veteran of two termson the Starke Builders Supply, (Continued on Page 6)
with approximately a month's District Court Judge Ben C.
Xnd Road Board member for .District the Starke city council, an- announced Wednesday that he
work left on the interior. Dawkins after the guilty pleato
=x Two said the $420,425 nounced Monday that he will seek a second term at his
Koch Located on the corner of : the 1957 offense was en- Gas Price War
project will extend from New would seek a third term as a present Group 1 city council
Jefferson and Clark Street, 1 tered. councilman. post. Reaches StalematePrices
11 A.M. 2 P.M.\ I between the First Baptist ,_z1 E' River [Union-Bradford County Judge Dawk1 1s' full sen- Wiggins served his first Incumbent Johns will be op

Church and Woman's Club, line, easterly 9.7 miles to tence ordered Sappenfield veteran
Each SaturdayThis term on the council during posed by councilman held firm at Starke
the new facility occupies, except the west city limits of Starke. committed to prison for two World War nand his second Orrie Wiggins whom he clipped gas stations the past week

for the Woman's Club, Work on this project .includes years, but added that heshould from 195860. He was defeated by 13 votes for the officein
the entire block framed by be released on proba- Wednesday and It appeared -
widening his last term, two 1960. Wiggins win be seeking
clearing, grading, ,
tion after six months as though the latest
Space Contributed serving ,
Walnut Jackson. Jefferson I
years ago by 13 votes by Carl his third term on the
and Clark Streets. the existing roadbed of the sentence. SappenffeWsprobationary Lamar Johns. He will seek. In council. three week old gas war had

I Weekly to Publicize The view, shown above paving and the construction period would the reached stalemate.
rear ,up-coming September 11 Presently serving his first a '
Community Events by from Jackson Street Is per- Y' 3ti of drainage structures. court continue decreed.for five years. the city election to. regain the term in public office on the Economy line gas held at

haps more attractive than the .. Jaxon Construction Company .Group one post which Johns council Johns is the son of 28.9 and regular at 27.9 cents.
also spelledout
Judge Dawkins
front of the building which of Jacksonville has been now-holds. former city clerk Carl Johns,
The Community .! that a condition of the The present price tussle so
faces Jefferson. the s
The veteran candidate has 8r.
\t". awarded the contract and will contractor's probation is that far has given no indication
rear of the new bank above I been a resident of Starke since
He has a wife and two that it win be the
have 220 working days to the $5,000 fine be paid within as severe as
Vice-President Herri- I
Bank C. E.
State are 1921
and was employed by children and is
a >native of price-war last Hay when themlmot21'
-wall Head Cashier Bill Epps. Front View-of New Building complete the project, _.. JCostiaaecl pa Pad Six! .XContinucd pp Page a1xI Bradford Coustjr, "" ; v" I I prko dicpped "

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...0// ,Miss $Saundra Bullock ofTucker Mike Budd of Jacksonville I I
t Wreck from Bradford High scored THE RIGHT FQINT for the I
'GaV spent last week Is visiting his grandmother I II I ,
better on the tests than any way you write. Com in and
with her aunt, Mrs. C. R. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and'
I I Two At previous class, 10 of them select your favorite ESTER-
Scoggins andfami1y.4, ? his aunt and oincle. Mr. .axd
I !! \I>' Betty, JaDe -Jerikins: "has ife- Mrs. E. L. Matthews this week.ME. .I I I making over 400 of a possible BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
So. ,.' .' r.'f tumed )home falto ;fvisitins and-'Airsr-'Sam Martin I I Two 16-year-old high of 500. GRAPH.

.: GLADYS,... "MOOTY PHONE 964-O51 brother 4A-lc Charles b Jenkins and lion. Doug, mid Miss Shir- i I Heights youths were
,, n "USAF 'at Homestead 4eyfMorrisbn visited George' and one-(If them '-
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&rs.:- Drew Reddish, Mrs. Miss Kay Lewis has retiirn"Ttfhome for. two "wefks.Cookfe Morrisonand friends in Lees- In an automobile
'f, Dolph Reddish 3frs.---Jfy-f after'a M thews. Becky burg)last weekend.Mr. last Monday, July 23 I *
ten visit
) Reddish, and Mrs. Harry Hat-I with the "B. F. Grimes'':tainily. Dinkins. and Johnnie Scott and Mrs. Marvin Walker -' their 1956 Mercury I

cher met their husbands at .:'Mrs.A.. are attending the fifth annual of Clearwaler''scebt Monday of control on a soft :
.. W; Redgrave; Mrs.B. .
Ft' Ste.wartj Ga. last weekend Garrett and Mrs. Nellie Marching Clinic at the Uni- with :Mr. and Mrs. Char- 4 and crashed head-on ATLee"s

I ;s.ttcthth 'theV all thej vereitv of Florida this week.MrsIiubv'Thornt lie r
J,. attended .Martinez: returned ,Wednesday: ; r r -Cowpn.- 4 tree.Clay
retirement service and luncheon : n1i d as A. L. Crosbv.: Jr. was home 5-- t- County Deputy
a weeks visit with relatives I
J to- Drive-In
: given for Lt. Gen. Max- in Sundav dinner guests,. MrJ last wepkerui ftom ft. Stewart' iff W. J. Dermody

well C. Snyder. Petersburg, Va., Richmond and. 'Mt' Melvin Bivari' k:na 45a. where he is attending National .- ....... was no evidence of I

0"\' Mrs. C. A. Knight. ,. Mrs. D ,, Va. and Washington son Edward of Sanford. Sunday Guard Camp for two .. ., '','.:;-..,.. -.I: _"" ;. .t... ,--, --, ;:;.t." U ,.J.._'.... driving or speeding. I
Q.Mr afternoon Quest Were Mr. Paul, son of Mr. I THEAT1iS
.S 'Nell Andrews and Mr. and ; 'and vMrs.' Gary ;Naz- weeks. They found $500,000 hidden !
: ',Mrs. R. F.nDemorest have1 worth. of.. and Mrs. Roy Wilson of Wal- Mr\and Mrs, Richard Jockel money Carlton Paul of I J
returned Jacksonville 'spent
Henree Lou Dennis left
( ) Jane Dinkins.
and Lake, Is in the
; Sunday dinner I
do. had as '
; horie after weeks Saturday with iier
a "parents,
p'. .#"' cruise In'thev"est Indies. : MithdMs. Barney MtRa'e.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .Claude 'GodwIn -' .euests.Vir. "urVl '"Mrs. rncRo.cen How Much A Teenager ty injuries Hospital and with a |I. AUG I .5
"Il- During the cruise they visited .'James Dyal and child- and son of 1 ; of Gainesville. DAYS ..
Jamacia, Haiti, and' Nassau: ren .'Keystone spent Tuesday last week guests of his Gert Krynauw of Sasalburg, according to Dr. Don ;i ,
L. Sotfth' Africa you are a merchant and ed at offers, Keystone i i .
M. ,
nar' nts, Mr. and Mrs. Republic of $3.11. >
Mr. with sister-in-law
,and Mrs._ her
E. G. Kuschel I
Godwt S soenflast Friday and &tur- h a v e sometimes wondered I After having found out how Bob Jackson, the '
; Sun.
and (Son of Charleston Mrs. Elmer Tjewis. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
S. C. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Miss- Gennlve Lee is spending dav'with Mr. arid Mrs. Charlie what the teen-age purchasing much money students earn the car and the son I ,
are spending Craw-
: three: weeks with Buddy ht.
two weeks "with her her ford and Mrs. I
parents, Dr. and Barney McRae
'l- ":..JLloyd H. Jennings. spent Tuesday in 2a ksonville ter Mrs. Donald Ray Stokesat exchanffe: student attendingthe need wonder no longer. then determined where mon:' of Keystone' had only One Show Nightly{

I.S .'... ," visiting'Mr. and Mrs. Brooker., suin npr"Science'Institute Students of Bradford County ey was spent. 'Students told' tion and was treated ; .
'% Mr.tmdMrs; --Olen'! :.Connerv Nazworth. Sgt. and Mrs.M.. Tv Griff in Gainesville alohg with Mr. have just completed a survey the survey team that about hospitalized, the i iI I Starting At 7:30 P.M.
: and '
': 'ta.mI1y'of. Orlando.spent Miss Beverly Crawford is returned home 'Wednesday "af- Cowen., of student buying power, 95 cents fof each 'dollar they The mishap 1

Thursday to Tuesday- with spending the week in Jacksonville ter 2 years in Germany, and Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss money which they < spend spent found it's way into cash day at-approximately : i ADVANCED PRICES

their parents, .Mr. and 'Mrs. Vith her aunt and are 'spending a 45 day( furlough Mayme' Wlderso Sf Arch 'themselves, -and' the results i! registers of Starke business according to I Ii

_I Barney ifcRae and Mr. and uncle, Mr. and Mrs; Gary- with -his parents Mr. are spending'fe 'few days with ,arestartling.. : places. mody, as the boys

Mrs. Leon Conner. Nazworth": S and Mrs. Lenoard Griffis. their'sister: Mrs. E. "M. tfavis. Over $500000; ) was spent last L, Included in the survey Was eling. a. down-grade.. I Tt Wa, Thp_ Time. OF Wickednes !
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'a-- 1 or 1. +4-A. Bradford 'Ja sanay clay roaa on at
year by County High! 'qUestion to determine the]
-- Mrs. u. i-b ociiuu 1.L IUUIU Mr. and Mr J. P. Dill hadas 'S
= a meeting>of the Florida Civil Quests last 'W in. s'dayand School students.' This 'was readership of their school 'annual toad 214. The deputy ,

Defense Association Tam- Thursday Mran'd Mrs. C. JJ. ;: money spent as they wished, "The Tornado' which Mercury's brakes were : ; "

I pa last.Friday. and Saturday.' Dill of Waycross, Ga. i: obtained by having a part- ;: is circulated among the 1,000 i and as a result I'I : -

.FLOfflDA Mrs. linton Taylor Jr. \ !! time job 'or allowances, from students who pay $4-50 in order -' boys head-on into a
Mr. and ilrs. Ge rge P. .
spent last Tuesday to Friday ; their parents: to get their copy to read. the bottom of the
[:Buck] 'GlII\ .and daughter recently
with 'Mr. and 'Mrs. LJntori from I :On top of this, there is an- The "Tornado" asa .publication t
returned home
Taylor 'Sr. :in Jacksonville.. \ other market family pur- !is'also \quite a business Senior. Tests
his tour or,duty in Germany.At '
r Mr.. &nd Mrs: *E. A. Wlrikler chases, representing an even itself. For instance the printing -
Set October 16
preterit they are" 'staying
; and iranddaughterr ;Denise greater amount; which Is Influenced bill and 'Other eosts will
THE: with, "his parents, Mr. and
fttfit :
..' ,
:- "Winkler, returned las-t. week by their suggestions. amount to nearly $5,000; for Senior Ths Cruel The Unholv
Gill. placement
; Pretfott The Ruthless
The Rebellious
from a weeks vacatiOn to the J The'latter market may exceed the coming year's book. 'It 'Is October Pontius Pilate Herod
.World's Fair .in Washhigton Mrs. M. L. :Boone and child- another million dollars, it is compiled by a competent staff, be given on Barabbas Sine

i NO\y and to Portland bre. and ren, Lore and Danny, of Portland home- estimated.But some of the members servingon school ual, according year, earlier to an It Was The Time Of Glory
YplRENtLm Ore. returned
Chicago,. HI. I the half million dollar the market 'survey which -
| ment from the office
L."TllE Pj Dr. and. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Thursday after: a months figure 'money of their own, brought out other'findings besides School'

Jr will have as guests, this visit'w th her father J. G. is no "estimate. A total of the market depth in dollars ty

S ".. .weekend Mrs. D. G/,Scott Sri Davidsonand;' aunt and uncle, $562,212was spent this past and readership. mon Last P. Morgan. -S
year's se
SATURDAY of Atlanta Mr., and Mrs. 'D. Mr, and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson. 12 months by the students in An interesting-discovery by I

AUGUST 4 G. Scott Jr. and .Mrs. Carl >Mr..and rrs. Leonard Reg- high school the survey re- the research team "was!:; that NOTICETO '

DOUfilt Fromhagen and children all ister of Panama City' spent veal d. The average amount students who get the "Torna : William

: : FEATURE *" of C1thwater.I j I .Tuesday tmd Wednesday with spent by each student'was "arrived do" have fc 100 percent Address You are; Unknown hereby

"4 Miss Kathleen Scanlan ;:01Warrenton.Va Mr.. and Mrs. J. (X.Fogg.Mrs. at by asking these tjues- awareness of the 'messages of the above-named
Robert Johns and
: :, is visiting>her :----. Fv.- ;-, Graudon, re- tions of over 50 students. advertisers tn the book, and Johns. his wife. have .
S : ft4EErOWW HIS UFE.TO THIS HIRED Gl/A/l grandmother, Mrs. O. L. Hay :turned 'home last Tuesday "How much of your enjoy reading them.habes tition for the in adoption the of- -

L t- nes Sr. for Several weeks. e- ,from -a two weeks visit with spending money do you J .s < child named therein IT" ::. -

; : -L AuViJRPHYq ; Mr. .and -Mrs. It. V., Hardui her patents, Mr. and Mrs. 8- earn through part time Scare are the required same should to show not be \lIt

and daughter, Sallie, are -visiting ;A.. Wentling, of Palmyra, work?" Answers averag- by serving a copy of

; nYEA: her parents, Mr. and Penn. Bonnie Lou is staying ed at $7.70. Causes: Police, THOMAS ten defenses& ,PIERCE if \Vas The Time Of

V Mrs. R. V. Stover in Mountain with her grandparents until "How much of your To Impound Dogs North Temple Avenue 4

r Lake Park Md.,They attended 'school begins. : spending money is given Florida, Attorneys for

T4ti\ '. $l a family reunion dur- Mrs. Robert Cantrell and you by your parents or Starke Police Chief William thereof t'rs. and with by filing the the IDngPiJilllgSMETROGOlDWYNMAYER ]

I, K- ing the week family Jacksonville is visiting adults?" Answers averag- Rosser announced this weektlia't Court on or before ,
., S_ 1962; otherwise a
Hart'and -
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Mrs. W H. 'the Robert Greens and policemenwill impound be entered against you
daughter* Kay,. Ronald Craw-:! Nefl JoyIi'rs-thm week. Driver Check :all dogs found on city treets said adoption. Presellts SAMUEL BRONSTON'S Prodlmli

ford and ,Edith Christiansen I "Mr.-iand.krs. F. O. Perry of ; without license tags indicating'they seal WITNESS of said my court hand filmed to 70mm SUPER ttCHKftttU .UCHWCOlW%
... ...
had in Jacksonville Can Be .
supper Expected this "
have been vaccinated for Florida August to
'Houston Texas, 'Mrs. H. C. VIE! [ *LliFORS
Tuesday celebrationof : CHARLES A., JEFFREY HOSIER SIOBHAN! Me m HIM HM RON mm
11 Ledtje'of West Coiumbia Text FHPWams' rabies. Clerk of the
Mrs.'Kay and Robert Edith's birthdays'tod, & frnd Mr. and Mrs. RH Rosser said Tuesday that Unvaccinated By Marian 'I RITA GAM CARMEN SEVILH BRIGID BW1EN[ H HARRY GMRDiNO RIP? TOiu
'> children of Fitzgerald.. -da.'j Mb1gah' f-Bnmswick, Ga. are Road'" checks5 for invaliddriver" dogs running loose THOMAS & PIERCE FRANK THRING GUY ROIFE MAURICE MARSAC GREGOiRE SiN ROBERT RYAN
1 'v.tsttInt Mr. and Mrs. B. ,0. are a threat to small children 203-205 North Temple aktthi B.pNorPHUP :afc
: ... .*, Pi.iJ 4 ,. were 'guests last Wednesday]]: licenses will be begun Starke FloridaAttorneys
- _. Th11rsd liieP4.Qft...' t. .1oUt. .e.A'F1ortdavHigbway -Patrol who might play with them. TheBole for.. / YORDJUI\ ,NICHftIA RAY.t ...A\fUfL'BRONSTON
S antt : Y-'t)! 'Mrr and ?
'if! 1 *! .. .
chell cottage 6n Kingsley Lake purpose -of the impouftd- : 4t9-3'. : I .. ,
} ; in this area. according o
t : a' f'k& Mrs. Norman Willis. [t. mentis to protect the dogs
'wee'ks.Mrs. .
for two
: Carlos
Cpl. Musgrove, commander -
Marcia and Raymond Whittle -. and small children from rabid
Harry Y' oty and of-the Starke station.
'II are visiting their gr.andParents -
; animals. He said he is taking
; lr.- and Mrs E. L. daughter, Gerry Beth areViSiting : September. will be the end special precautions since the j

.. C wart in Nocatee: ; ':Mrs. -Mobty's parents, for"afl' 1rIvers' who have been recent outbreak of rabid ani We Dare You

.. Mike Smith spent last :week, Mr arid M 's. C. /Sariborn/ !I getting free rides because "of mals.

.. I I "In 'Keystone: He 'hts witti: his and' Miss Mary Lu 'S nborn' the chfirige 'over to two-year' According to the city code
at Lake Worth this week. Gert: "p rmits' ':Musgrove< said, and
grandparents, Mr. and ''Mrs.. ;
book, it is unlawful to On.keep ,
k : A Hammer Film Production A Jnheital-Interriatomal'Release H. ,T. Smith. ry, aril t1ir Lu spent tab his department Vin begin
i or maintain a dog within -
I weekend at Key West with checking to see that all drivers -
Mr. and Mrs. Willisand
Norman -
; limits obtain
a. .. .. city without .0To.
- --- friends. S by September' 1 have alicense' Compare
: : ing a license from the city
sun.Mon.Tues.. f-- August 5-6-7 Maxwell YickerV-: "anil: ..Mrs.; Junius Smith :Public which 'expires eitherin clerk. A-prerequisite to obtaining .

'f mny in 'Brunswick, Ga., last Relation Chairman of Florida 1963 or 1964. 'Licenses arenow license. is to have dogs
: -X DOUBLEFEATURE 4f.j Institute of Laundry and Thy renewable on the driv-
/Sunday.Mrs. vaccinated for rabies, the code
--- I /\ > y. AVOpen'Sim Claude Moore of Tampa Cleaning, spoke to the St., Au 1 er's birth date. book states. Licenses cost $1 I The Andrews

: -[,' r ;,Tr 2 P.M.,- MOlt- 6 'Kitf." r Tues.*' ,, 3- 'P.M. .spent the weekend"",here gustine. Rotary''CluD last Wed! ;'. Persons moving here from per year and expire annually ori !! The Bentley

-I .... T.i with her mother, 'Mrs. Ella n day -on '"What Women Epefct :, but-of-state will also be checked April1.. A dog must have -
REATESr DUTJE Haislop. Mrs.. Moore W Consumer "Goods andSeWiie. for' a 'Valid license, the '-- -- -
: : sTQv OF THEM was accompanied teen vaccinated within the immediate -- I- --''r--- -SS---. I -S
I corporal announced. There is -
n to Starke by Mr. ? preceding 12 monthsto

: LT DJSNEY$ 'and 'Mft. Junior FUlmari, and 11J!. and :Mrs. R. E. Edmon- no' "grace" period for such a' be eligible for a license, the! : -

Pt- .4 7_' Mr, !and Mrs/Ralph Fillman son .returned Saturday after driver to obtain a license, code states. : _
.\\ 4S .:- and 'their families, "also fTamPa. spending two, weeks at their Musgrove stated, but they are 'Dogs impounded by the police rrfl A -
.. who weekend Black requiied to have 'a Florida I :
'spent the summer home in Mbuntain ( department Will not be released _
: with Mr.' 'and Mrs. ;Fred ,Jf/XTheir i two sons, Bobr diiv t.s license If they have until the owner sees that

.. r_ Haisl ,. by and'pick., spent part of the- either accepted gainful employment -!.the animal is vaccinated, the' :

..Carolyn arid Marey ,Sullivan time with them. 'entered children in! chief stated. I _-S

.. are Visiting their grand-. Mr.;.,and_)' rs: Jim Ritch and a .Florida public school, or i I -S f f
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Daisy Perryman had as established a residence in this I IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i i L
Sullivan, for a' week in Mayo their -dinnerguests Saturday 'state. Musgrove also pointed I, TUB EIGHTH JLDICILCHICrIT i; i .! __
.. Sandy Sullivan 1s spendingtwo night Mr. and Mrs. Sanford out that a residence is not I AND FOR BRADFORD -. -.-
- ___ weeks In Lake City with Hitch of GaJnesVille. Monday necessarily owned by the 'ocr The Petition IX CHAXCERY.In of 1 ijr- '4'

: SM'. fl1WP JA-ET her uncle and aunt Mr. and nigHt: dinner guests of Mr. and r cupant, but can be rented or Robert Johns and Bertha ---- -

.. Mrs. Bill Caldwell Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. leased. Eunice Johns to adopt I T0PVlEWOPE -
.. i.caii Perrym'anj I ICaren Lyn P gitt4 .minor ,
Mrs. W. H. Thomson and
I were Mr. and Mrs. W.. W.. _
j j"ALMOST" r; _
._ .
.. sons. Freddy and Henry of Caines 'and two' 'daughters I F :" '-0. t
.. '- PLUS Monticello and Mrs. John Cathy and Debbie, of Decatur,1 I j

Griffin of Ochlocknee, Ga., and Miss ;Jackie Colley ,of Mac TIl Peflect lost H'U
are all spending a few .days clenny.
I ,
this week with their parents, Miss: Winifred Cattle 'otWoodb'i -
1 Mr. and ,Mrs. F. F. Stump.' : ;,;.
1e, (3a. spent the iee'k.endhere : -
..Ur.1.ndMrs.OwenVaughn ( ( _
: .with her mother,Mrs4
spent last Wednesday in Gainesville ,David
1heMflll1ERS Complete
MWU1S ,I and Mrs..LloYd Haley of Tam- Lt Commander and Mrs.Barney .
Barnhorst of Jacksonville
pa. While there they were
S : were guests of
luncheon guests of Mr. and Wednesday
a Mrs. Haley. Mr. -and Mrs. Junius Smith at"! C to TUBE AM FM RADIO )-
their cottage -
Mrs. John, A. Torode returned on Kingsley Lake.' : ,
L Joining the guests for 'I
supper i
Saturday from Portland _
wer/e/ a few intimate friends ofji ,',
_ t Ore. where she and her II ,'. '
Uie 1t st:f. r
: t' ; ;< husband n_______ _attcndM n___ th___> _Am'pr.lean ___. / e AQDD IMo-n NJAUflD _
WED..' THURS*":-- AUG. 8-9' Greyhound ri tettng.. bWu1 IaLI II..VVIIU UIIHIWLI1

I .. V It From Portland they to i '
J Starting Wed 6 P. fu Th 1'SfP.1f.'RttbftYME went Good Conduct -
S ; Seattle, W s! to attend the .. DIAMOND
-- ..- 4 -,. NEEDLE -
Lsa .
: World's Fair., Medal Awarded it
E DED I IIIa Bernard Hunt of) Bonif&y ,
-'auciaIhJon 0 INCH TELEVISION 'P.
spent last, weekend with ,his ; $ : : _

T'r mother.. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt.. i 4 .i .
: ron ADUfls' NtV .. -Mrs. J. ,C..Harren, ol' Miiami ; 4 4Anny' spe ia.' 1st-4 Lucian A.: .;,

.. ... .- is spend1ng;., the wpet Johns Johns son,_ ,of Mrs. .Stella' : except for one;most important factor Has: 2 5 Inch and 2 12 .Inch Speakers .
of Hampton 1'
: Lila KUaR' Production of with her sister-in-law, Mrs. recently ROACHES, he household pestS
received his ,third award of \ "
: 'r'.4I If Henrietta. Hunt. the :Good Conduct JJedal "most talked about."

: "SPIENDOR' INh I It "d..Marty n, both Crosby--stationed.and Jim Sat Gor-..PtBenning [ Engineer while serving Battalion t. ,with, the.In Ger-78th Perhaps she", should' .** have called for ; s-sA 5 r WithQuare trade

: ,.Ga., spent last weekend many., a free estimate. it wouldn't have .
: withJJarty's parents,.Mr.andilrs. f :
: :Johns. a cook? In the battalion's happened. $ I'S 9SPer
., S '
Floyd 'K Crosby.
I Company 31 In''Karls .
TI G'1'I David -Cowen- spent last ruhe! was: awarded the ,medalin i8: '

5ek Vfeittog stem.J inz.t .
recognition of his exempiary [I *
I : N&,felvear..f' conduct,- efficiency .and I' 4 ', .* J. '(

: :-- Natalie Wood ... Warren BeattyK :Mrs.'Titos "Olson Is at'the' fidelity(as.,a-soidier In theacttye \f.j' _
: q; W1thThi HingleAuWr y Christie Methodist Assembly Camp' at.EaW '. jmiliary ..service. He ,has n i Dalinr r's' Discount. Mouse

Junaf&ka, N. C. ftom9toAk.3. .beenoverseassince. December
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J Miss Schmitt, K y ,Christmas, : Linda Thomas BHS StudentsAttend ;; : ,Brewer Promoted

i Bride-Elect, Bride-Elect, Shower Honoree, WorkshopAttending To Private lCI

Is Given Tea Is HonoredMiss In Providence the 10th annual I i kenith E. Brewer, son of

Mrs. Autie Brewer, of Lawtey
Miss Betty Jean Schmitt r Kay Christmas bride Miss, Linda Thomas bride- Florida Youth Workshop at recently was promoted to
whose to Robert elect of 10, the elect of 24 hon-
GLADYS MOOTY PI10JVE W4-0651 marriage August was August was the University of Florida last private first class in Germany
-- Kelly 'will be an event of t.. inspiration for an old fashioned ored at miscellaneous? shower week were six Bradford High where he Is serving with the
August-10, ,was honored at a miscellaneous shower attended by 60 guests last
I School students: Janet Hardy, 51st Infantry.
Cottle Weddingehearsal Betsy MatthewsIs lovely tea Tuesday afternoon e : Thursday night July 26, giv- Thursday, July 26, at the club- member of theinfantry's
Brewer, a
from five until .six-thirty o,'- en by Mrs., Jack Edwards and house In 'ProvidenceFlaHostesses Henree Lou Dennis Mary Ann Com-
_ Headquarters
Event HostessAt clock at st: Mark's Parish "', 1r rte Mrs. Dave Paulk at the Edwards for the event Dally, Geraldine Gay Free entered
in Mannheim
J Of Last Sunday Swim PartyMiss House on N. Church Street. cottage on Crosby Lake. 'were Mrs. R V. Chapman, man Register m and Har- i the Army in September 1961

, Hostesses for this beautiful affair Arl'old fashioned theme was Beverly and Linda Chapman, riet Goodman. I and received basic training at
Mrs. David Cottle "was hostess' Betsy Matthews was were Mrs T. H. Casey, carried out throughout the Ruth Tanner and Mrs Roger He arrived
Purpose of the workshop Is Fort Dix, N. J.
Sunday night at eight hostess to a swimming partyat Mrs. Claude Crowson, Mrs. K. party.' Brown antique pottery Tanner. overseas last February.
o'clock at the Parish House the home of her parents, G. Duncan Mrs W. J. Epperson pitchers held arrangementsof The club house was deco- to ,promote ideas of citizenship i The 20-year-old; soldier was

when she entertained membersof Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. L. V. Hardin, Mrs. summer ,flowers' which rated with arrangements of leadership, fellowship, I I graduated from Bradford
the Douglas-Cottle wedding on Kingsley Lake last Satur- W. T. Jackson Mrs. J. R.,Kite, were placed at vantage points summer flowers and guests! and faith by encouraging high I High School in 1961 and was

party followingthe rehearsalIn day night.. Mrs. David Montgomery, Mrs. 'throughout the game room. played appropriate games during personal achievement and self I' employed by Standard Oil

the Episcopal Church. After swimming the guests R. G. Paterson and Mrs. 'Rudolph Several bridal games were party hours from 7:30: to development In of scholastic Company before entering the
:JV color scheme of yellow and I roasted weiners in an open Sink. plfcyed\;during the evening. 10:30 p.m. Miss Thomas was areas -I

white was used in decorating 'I fireplace on the patio. Gaily Pink and white gladioli, After ,the honoree openedher presented two gifts a baker moral, and civic areas i Army. .

for the party. colored lights and greenery carnations, and roses were gifts :the guests were invited and a bed spread; T>y. the hos- and by contributing improved I

.f The mantle' was centered with decorated the affair. used in decorating for this I. ty the porch where re! tesses. patterns of group or com- I ATH LETTS P OT

)I a massive arrangement of yell Dancing and games were, affair. freshments were served froma munity youth activities. i HOW TO TREAT IT.j .- .
'low./and: white gladioli, marigolds Guests were greeted at the $c, : table covered with a cut work BHS j Apply huuat-feytef T4L. Y. farf 9Uk
enjoyed after'supper and later Adopts. While at the workshop kU t..Lak HUM. Wralar.-
and' greenery. Burning in the evening the guests door by Mrs. J. R. Kite and ;' linen ,cloth which held a Freeman Register was electedto KiantM. na .. I 4my .w. Uttftcu .
I .i k .tt. Watch k UkrtkurtpUc
.1 kfc
l ''white candles balanced the floral took part in a watermelon cut- Mrs. W. T. Jackson and pre- punch service of antique Ear- Uniform GymS the Florida Youth Advis- : .>.K.*U|..! .1.*..4 IN ONI
sented to the receiving line ly American cut glass. Punch HOUR N. .*(k' a' tat 4r*.
pie e. .
{ f.. .iti For' Fall ory Board, composed of four" NOW .tALL
The buffet table was cover- ting.Among the twenty guests composed of the honoree Miss was:poured by Mrs. Jack Ed- \ : members and a chairman. DRUG

ed iwith a handsome white present' 'were Betsy's cousin Schmitt, Mrs. Charles Schmitt, wards. uniform. gym suit has been Delegates were made up of 1 i STORES' --
linen cloth. An artistic arrange- Mike Budd of Jacksonville mother of the bride-elect, i r The. honorete was presentedwith adopted, by Bradford High i approximately 260 leaders of THE RIGHT POINT for tIN

ment of white gladioli with and Mary Lois and Bob Popeof and Mrs. J. R. Kelly motherof a set of hand cut stem School for'both boys and girls !' various service National way you write. Come in and

touches of yellow centered the Norfolk Va. who have been the bridegroomelect.Upon jLirnIf4!; ; ware as a ,gift from the hos-I physical education classes' :.for 1'l Honor Society,, and student select yonr favorite ESTER-

table., I Lighted white tapers oneither visiting their grandmother arrival Miss Schmittwas : tesses. the coming school' term, Athletic -1 councils. ; BROOK Fountain Pea TELE

aide of the center piece Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, at. Kings- presented with a white : Among the guests were Mrs. *Director David Hurse announced -I GRAPH. ..
added a further decorative note, ley Lake. carnation corsage Mrs. 'J.. A. Christmas, mother of I I this weekAll I ...

to the, table. 'I Schmitt and Mrs. Kelly wore I. the..bride elect, and Mrs. P. students are requested to

;For dessert a beautifully dee- Kauffman-Banks orchid corsages. Emanuel mother of the groom 1 purchase the suits the first'' SHRIMP PLATE $1 OO
r I orated cake, carrying out the Mrs. Crowson and Mrs. elect. semester ,and will be requiredto I'

chosen color motif, was served Marriage ToldMr. Paterson invited the guests to ''Forty-five guests were invited wear ,them in all physical
I with ice cream. the tea table.,The table, over- to attend. education classes: the second, Salad, F. Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee

, The party coincided with the and Mrs. Joseph Kauf laid with an exquisite cutwork semester, Hurst said. I
'I bridegroom-elect's 19th birth- man announce the marriage cloth over a white satin Kitchen ShowerIs Boys 'gym suits will consist: or

: day. of their daughter Ch rleen, to I floor length flounce was cen- of a white T-shirt and white Salad, F-Fries, Rolls, Tea or Coffee .

f Following supper the bridal William E. ,Banks, son of Mr. tered with, a modern: arrange- ,.Given.' shorts with the same numberon II SUNDAY
couple presented their attendants and Mrs. Alvarez of Raiford. t ment of pink carnations and Miss Douglas each. They will cost approx- BLUE CHIP CLOSED
,,I with gifts. Mrs. Kauffman entertainedat pink', roses flanked by long K.:: "V' "" +'l' ; 21Ii<':' """ "" .oioo";;{ ,:lfF I 'imately'$2. The girls suits -will

Miss, Douglas was presentedwith a buffet supper honoringthe I pink Candles. : in silver candel- Miss Jane Bigham Weds Stanley Green Miss 'Margaret Douglas, fiancee t consist of;a.pafr: of, red shorts I 1/ MILES NORTH OF STARKE ON IIY. 16
a yellow c corsage.: bride and groom Sunday. abra. of Marion Cottle, was costing approximately $2.87 and
I }[rs. T. H. Slade assisted Mrs. Guests included Mrs. Gertrude I Punch bowls, encircled with July 21 In Brooker Baptist Church the inspiration for a bridal f a white blouse which can be

Cottle in serving the sixteen Hart, grandmother' the fern, were placed at either \ kitchen shower Tuesday evening purchased for $1.88. ..The girls
guests present. groom Mr., and Mrs. Lucian end of the. table. Pouring Miss Mary Jane Bigham, orsage: was: of pink rosebuds. at 7:30 o'clock given by may" bring a white blouse from BANK BROKEN

THE RIGHT POINT for the Alvarez, and ,Mr and -Mrs. punch were. Misses Sally 'Ann daughter, of Mr. and Mrs William :Mrs. Green, mother of the Mrs. T. H. Slade and daughter home. r

I way you writ*. Come la and Jame Ca ell. all of Raiford. Epperson, Mary Schmitt, Sal Earl Bigham Jr. of groom, chose a mint' green Miss Susan Slade, at their Additional information will The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has
Ml *t your favorite ESTER- Mr. and Mrs. Banks will reside ly. Sink and Delores Hardy. Brooker and Allen Stanley brocade sheath, with ,match; home on E. Call Street. be given students the first day i ,
with Mrs. Hart in Rai- mantle held sunburst ing satin 'cumberbund and : of school, Hurse said.
I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- The a I Green, son of Mr. and'Mrs.: A. A pink and 'white' color Been Broken for $5 in Merchandise
I GRAPH. ford. arrangement of pink and Leslie matching accessories. scheme was carried out in decorating -
I Green, also of Brooker, : ,
I white gladioli. Brass candel- exchanged nuptial vows in pink rosebud corsage.. ', the party rooms 'for Hi-Y MembersAttend This week Susan Antry, US St. Clair St., Starke, Florida

I'' abra holding pink tapers bal- the, Brooker Baptist Church, Following, the ceremony the, this' delightful occasion.Upon I the holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Corner -
anced the mantle arrangement Saturday, July 21, at seven .with'brides a reception parents at entertained'the'Brook* arrival the guests : 'Camp *s Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond

tlES o'clock in the evening, with w ere served refreshments In the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing U
: :Starke Y Corner
i .A focal point in the decorations I er Community Center. JPa'lws ? from i Five. m- Club
a 'appointedtable
the Reverend James T. Temple and jade : held'eachMonday. at 1000:; a.,mi:where one number will b e
,was a huge potted fern, : .foliage'were .1'Th "'l oStesses' gift to JIl mberJeft Sunday) July 29, ;_
I officiating at the -ceremony._ used in drawn from the box containing, the stubs: The luckyrK111
withfronds over three feet decorating. I. c.: | the honoree, an. electric percolator Ioj\% 'week-tfcthe .Blue:Ridge
I long, placed in front of the A central arch'd'against t a i The bride's .table.was ,covered ,'wrapped in bridal paper''; din'Bide =:have'until' Wednesday noon' to ,claim the merchandise.If .
background of -
glass: double doors. delabra with. lighted tapers with -a. white satin dafk *and" rUed witl miniature 'Ridge, NorthCarolina.The not claimed'by; : then, the |5' merchandise will e-carried -

Mfs. Ji Walton Grady actedas served as the focal point in and an overskirt. of ruffled cuPs-:and :saucers; tea pot, fide .were Tommy.Andrews .- over to the next week and'an additional ,$3 In'mer-

Our :floor hostess during the receiving the the church,. nylon net. Gar ands.. ofivy; and'creamer ,amf sugar, ceri- :JAck .McCpmb, wrY chandle'will-be'added.;; Nothing bay: .-Jt come in and
decorations of
; Reputation--Quality Meats draped,.the. sides of the,tabl ., froegel,* Jimmy._ Smith, and .. .
hours: and Mrs. Mal- ; .
Two basket arrangements of tared'the table. Narrow p'satin ink .' register. You,A UU14 v ba'rq t t o be p teseat' .a".. .A..uot......._g.L' .
,I com Sanders assisted in serving Centering the tabled;was: "rlbbol s. from the centerpiece al enneth 'TerrelL They will .
and white gladioli chrysanthemums the wedding cake; balancedoh ::.tet tIi Mme! T esdaj.or-Wednesday -
; Little Cindy Sink
of the '
ran length
were'pl L' CORNER
and jade foliage, ". .VAGABOND
Linda Paterson took up punch either side Jby..white, tapersrjn August-Tor 8. of>next \
;; ced on either.,side of. the candelabra table. .. ,
crystal week short": vacationupon
decorated, after a 7
The punch' bowl, placed atone : OpiaIl day Wednesday-Closed Saturday Noon
arch.: The were'marked :
cups.The pews with; blue carnations and.Ill. leaving, the" camp: :
FR hostesses gift to the. end of"the,table, was presided -
with whlte"satin ribbOns: greenfoliage
lies of the ..
.valley. ,
j .
YERS honoree was an engraved and burning white tapers : over by; Jane Adams. i :' ,_ .t "'
cutting: the cake, were .Mrs. '
sterling silver, cake knife.. '" Following'refreshments MissDouglas.
to call between the ; ; ]: .J.'L.. Whittles.Jr-o-Jat qiit h"er mateylgvelykltehen I .
Invited -' opened ; ;
appointed hours were two Miss Sally Any:the Epperson,;: vine .,and Mrs. Jc C. Wopt ." ,,gifts.v( r: rAindng ; :lAST' WEEK of'ROBBINS' .Great, Clearance :SALEEveryt
friend of ;
personal ; :aunts. of:the bride and:Mis t; '
: j
Ifiirty .
hundred giie&tsattendlftg
guest. the .
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traditional ; f.
orstark& furnished- Charles,.Perry?of .Qainesyi1Ier' I- ? \ : -
C'I I I Miss Gloria Crosby' for"the Salano edding: also and a' 'The punch-table.w.aJcW-. \' ;: ---| honoree> and the'party! .'h" st sseS"with,'.were; ieng/ "' Further 'Reduceal, : f '. ': : So Save
ered with ;a 'white: m-I01t.l\1fz ,Mrs Colson mother *
friend, the'wedding -; > Douglas ,
Bride sang .f1edskirt ,saiin "
I Becomes : ; ; l4L."WWr" 'of' the bride-electr; Mrs: Da-i

;Of'Mr. ,;Brousseau Miss songs.Patty Bigham. sLserof decorated with arrangenie garlands -' t Vid 'Cottle; mother of the
.ivy. An artistic
I elect Mrs! Clyde
the bride, was mall of hone' of white stock bride'sblue bridegroom ;
I !4 'Gloria: Crosby daughter or and Mrs. Allen Messmoreof roses Colsori, grandmother of the
of Mr.: and Mrs. L. A. i daisy 'pompoms and, honoree, and Mrs:! Kenneth:
Ocala sister of the, groom white tapers centered the'
I I and Neale Brousseau, Noegel of"Gainesville sister of .nncc9 (
I I! Crosby.- was:matron of.honor. ,table. Crystal punch: ;bows I.L
II I' \,son. of Mrs. Zedra Brousseau 'The 'two honor attendantswere were placed t at,.eacliendof.the ; the bride-elect.

MEATY LB. and the late Mr. Brousseau of gowned in identical bouffant table. Pouring punch"wereMrs. : .

? q1/2g Balenton,. Mass., were unitedin at ballerinas of romance blue Guy Harrell: ,andr Mrs;' Bubble-Up'DOWnI

marriage Tuesday night organza worn over match- -Ernest wards; ; Coca-Cola 3222In
I 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. ing blue taffeta, and fea- The bride's book table,wai:i

NECK BONES and Mrs: O. E. Crosby, 247 turing ,pouf backs of ice blue ,decorated;,vith % single Jphite ( Small Fry Play I I"I II
Westmoreland Ave and matching' cab- hi and ALL LADIES
I taper ,a crystal holder'- I
!I The wedding was performed bage roses. They wore crowns :decorated with Ifflies, .of the Bubble Up defeated Coca- I
! in the living room beforean of romance blue braid with I.'valley and blue daisy ,.pom.1 Co a,322last' Monday after- H DRESSES,
SMOKED arch of greenery centered and in the Small Pry Baseball I '
I I loops of crystal beads poms.. ,Miss,: Carol.Ward6fStarke :.. noon I _
with a white wedding bell I starched nose veils. Their flowers registered guests. 'In Series tt the Little BoYa'BaSeball

,I "SAUSAGE... ... C I' flanked by two .baskets of I were cascade bouquets of l'' the bride's, '', field.: : t900-
I! white gladioli and tall burning blue carnations. Mrs. Leslie Hardee of At- Bubble Uo Is ahead 2-0 inI -4 ,
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>-- tapers.----- Bridesmaids were Misses \ the best of seven series. ;,., ,,; 'A. '/"
H lanta, Ga., aunt of the bride, Ii vJ "- "* '
BOLOGNA I Ii The bride given In mar- Shirley Guest of Nashville ] greeted guests before their ar-j' The next game Is Thursday i'Now ; .' 1":_ : _,
her father, wore a =: at 3:15: and the pub-j : "" n ,
i i riage by Ga., cousin of the bride Don rival. .'."...* 1] afternoon "
iI white street length dress 'of na Trawick Barbara Blanken- After 'time lie invited to come out and j ALL LADIES
spending some
I lace over satin. She wore a ship, both of Starke, and Ann I watch these 7-9 year old boys I
finger tip veil of sheer illusion i Gainey of Brooker. with their guests the' bride' < play baseball. > j Jamaica $1.99 Dress Shoes $$999

GOOD BEEF STEW caught with lilies of the j i The bridesmaides' dresses 'and groom left for a trip; tJGatlinburg J, white' I i. Sets ,- '
Tenn. matching'.jacket and {
of j
valley. Her corsage was were similar to those of the
lilies of Mrs Green left lot her 1 .accessories.. She wore an orchid Slim Jima .99
white carnations and honor attendants but In re- \ : Slips $ f
the valley. verse shades of ,blue. Their wedding trip wearing'a brown! corsage from her bridal i

Miss Faye Alvarez servedas flowers: were identical to*those j and White linen sheath with, bouquet. !j

LB. 29C bridesmaid and was attired of'the honor attenaanis// ,
.- in a yellow dacron Little Miss Jane'Carol Dri- J <** .11

dress'with a yellow carnation ver' of Paducah Ky., cousin I I
i corsage. I of the bride, was the flower '
Miss Sue Alvarez girl in a white, gown: identicalto
FIRM RIPEBANANAS the bride, was junior brides- the attendants. Her headpiece -
maid. : was also In white. j jBilly I -

ib. 10 James V. Crosby served as,of the '..

I best man and Jimmy Crosby bride acted as. ring, bearer. '' '

LONG ISLAND served as ring bearer. 'The bride entered the \ Boat' :Owners MEN'S" -.4 .H' -

Mrs. Crosby chose for her church with her fatherand |i Ores Pants $.g.99 MEN'S
POTATOES daughter's wedding an afternoon I given in marriage lay. him.j ,
10lbs 49c' taffeta was I I -dress of pink Her bridal gown' was of imported .. --' '
complimented with a pink chantilly lace 'and silk i BOAT OWNERS POLICY .***

3 GOOD HOPE' MILK 29c corsage. organza worn poised over layers ; j Work Pants $ | .99 j '
A reception was held Immediately of starched net and bridal : HEN'SWork
TALL CANS With $5 Order Free Your Mini' From Worry Over _
after the wedding. taffeta. Her moulded Dior i iI ?' Shirts

GA. RED Punch was poured by Mrs.I bodice was enhanced by a becoming I ,Damage; Or: Injury To :Others! ., $1.19
: Florence Crosby and :Mrs. rounded neckline emi i ,
2NO.3032S : -raastL ,.:: .MErr.r.rcasae _,
TOMATOES Helen Crosby cut the cake. 'broidered floral sprays of i $10,00 'r' '

I About fifty guests were present irredescent sequins and seed !' i 50o..11EDICAL': .$$12' 00 Pants -$1.99, __J ,:: ;: ": "

I pearls. The long lace: sleeves 1 *' $ 300-PROPERTYDAMAGE _
With Order
$5 '
I "
After a short wedding triP. tapered to Calla lily points'over
SUPERIOR OLEO 1 lb. '10C the couple will reside in Massachusetts her wrists and were fastened Aen's.Protectibn For Your Boat. Motor,<& Trailer ; : ;' .
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where Mr. Brous- by 'rows of'lace' covered ; ALL 'BOY'S SHOES $1 9 ,; _

seau is stationed. buttons. Her voluminous skirt : AU Prices Shown Per 100.00 .
; .. ,
RICE 10 'lb. bag ., 99cWAYNE'S featured lace appliques and! > '-" "-. ,, \... ...;... ;,. ..
Lee in circular brush i'I ,:Full Coyerage $6.00 ,
;Gennivee terminated a _' ", A Good, Back To, School Item, ::, ;
train.. ;> .. .;.. .." ,
i Robert Broughton Her tiered veil of sheerest:: 25 Deductible $4.00 ;''

I Set August Date Illusion was attached to a teI I Triflers: -: NoDeductible -' $2.00- DUNGAREES( Levi & Qick'i*.,:$1.99 .

I gal crown of seed pearls. She>, I'-Vf : '
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I Mrs. Melvin Bryan announces -' I carried a bouquet of white or-1 i I '

the, approaching marriageof i I chids and stephenotis on a j; / i.HONE.964! 501.. ;I You'.Must Come In and, See A1J) 'Our:Other "Merchandise !IEverytfung
her daughter. Miss Genni- lace covered Bible.
I vee Lee to Robert BroughtonI t'] Mrs. Bigham mother of the : 'DOYLE -I ,cOINERc : Reduced For You To:SAVJ2 .. > NOW!
.617 WEST MADISON' STREET I i son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L II| bride! wore a pink sheath organza A- -- :

I i Broughton.: I I, over matching pink taf-: c: -, ... -INSURANCE AGENCY: : .j; !', THE STORE
We Give Family Stamps i The ceremony is scheduled ed i :i' eta and worn with an over- "; ., R 088',1- '
'or-VALUES .
August 11, ii: skirt of matching organza- ,
II| for Saturday 11' ; '218 y. Teaple) r r .- ': : '
.!1 the,Graham Baptist Church. and matching accessories. Her ,1 'j

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1 i4 : 4: sWVPRD TITURSDY AUGUST 2 1962 _

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class COUXTTj IV CHAXCEKY, thence run Westerly along -WITxS- hand as Cierk
C L r.e; ff .' I CASE >0. JS-123. said South line 210 feet, of said Circuit Court and thi
;t je W.mixed;fer- | .X. L. Knight, rWidow, ,: thence North 105 feet, thence Seal ol,said Couj*. at Stark.Ffcflida .
j prkd t thm1 ove.4 Individually and for the East 210 feet, thence South Bradforii rCuntt. _____
) liSt? and benefit of 105 fl'eti and Ihat part fLE1'of thdy oYniv 162. ,
1 .3 atrom-aba t''AustinSmith' Mil'- SW& 'lyIg Notth ciii4.. DAVY _
tijt- toi.a'e -f dred Smith, his-wife. ., indE1st of Rd S-9; 1l 4 S rk ircuit 'lurt
ILWI1A41g.v4 crdtItpe4en i- -t .. I '' Plaintiff, in Se lon 20/Township 6,
. ) :.-*> ,Ti"'. .- %; Tffi7F-wi? 7yE: i' .-. t- 7 .- I' JI -;.S .. -. 1. v .-- / '&'have% ;. arranged: *foliage Jvfc i SftutJi .Ramfe 3S East: Ex- _
&&vtets&I ? S :: -a ., -;- CTL C .. Eva. .Kijlian, et al, --Feprrlgrhj etway of Road S- 4t 8-2
&B%i rAsJxtc f nt i*tapnwcare- food'intoI ..Defendants.i 229. ; -
11 n By l-fcgjrte&gftffi wi d't. *; u : i .NOTICE OF-SIIT- You, and each of you are
wi. I IX THE XAilE OF THE STATE hereby .notified that a suit in
; bAia ;; fr.1 OP FLORIDA, <* .- equity has been' brought against
t4Wher dfftraM'omo14TT ; ;cxfuddyoixcaI't: r riat TO Eva. KIllian. whose' resi-! you by 3s. L. Knight, for her
F1y4I $ d.ence is WaynesrJHeNorth self and also for the use and
P : ta fro tin s4 ounthe.f1rt Carolina, EdWarfl Bowden, C. II. benefit "wf Austin Smith and
a b1cv1ld a VE4W1anbaii tcoiEa1 'Hopkfns, James He'ndrleks' Mildred 'Smith hisvjfe.. as
j Sin ofl S. Brownr Joseph-Q. Al- plaintiff 4n the TSrcuit Court of
** erto' **& *$*: "> ?,4I ; j varer, 'S. F. .Gardiner. Ludwig the Eighth Judicial Circyit in
.. pbtxE- 9s f jtlifrr* '-flier'if;nce : } Church Dohnr; ugene *Owen Clark, and for 'Bradford County, FlorIda -
Frederica A. Clark. and ,
Louisa I:: you are hereby summoned
4ywen f Clark, Maurice Clark, Fredericka ordered and required to
rec4 4iPentecostaL
: i* ntw***' ** *" ** >j' "**
J Clark,
; irV
file defenses
j ta&tadoflc;vpjTJnftlnf"39Jiafo&s ? Eugene Clark, Walter youf written answer or -
: tin yhr t>;1rf oqijeir 1 rp SS 3 $ 1)ohm.t'atherine Dohm. Ludwig I.ereinagainst you in the'above ,
PkM fr1'V- -'j **f v11t9 .. .Sunday, August' -
_i' ** .r t y r : Dohnii Carlisle Dohm. Fredrick entitled cause In the office of Charley -
fe ar 7 wffie it1e" -' --- -- ; t; 7145 ;p.m., according totopDavid Dohm, Join Dohm, Charles E. the Clerk of Circuit Court of
I i : TVynian John Kleinsi-hmidt, Bradford County, Florida, in
p cctzy : tiyfesilH.ter iCTfi *.x "*- iw Ma-PtI wLtsit T. McGhee. Caroline Kleinsohmidt, S. Fran- the County Court House at E.
i? ReyJ'.Mrs. Lou. Smith cia Gardiner, Rebecca Anna Starke, Florida on or before
dI (
}* Jessnj Jet1i tbew:4 OiiW4Thr ot j gicsonvillevrul Driggrerg, Samuel P. Crews, S. J.! the 20th day of August. 1962, i Johnsabout .
itiiItb c hi atonandthrevQhjng ipzdthd15t. :' : i speak Slernberg. Frank Walls, Jere- \ and to serve a copy of such answer -
I .
it : 4 : eatchfnight, and.-any musicians]j.miah Ii. Davis, Frederick, Ka- or defenses upon Hollis V. -
ion .w.s 1cread4e4t 0iS i5erS.Ire .invited to chelhover, OoUlieb Katchelhofer, Knight, plaintiff's a t t'orney
: : take Calohill M. address is Post
u; Stigleman Edward I i herein whose
this question:
; part in'tbe; program, Rev. Me I. P'Xeill, Thomas J. Greene, Office Drawer F. Starke. Flor
;t, $' GisaId 7iTary C. Greene, George Ing-1 Ida, on or before said date as
, t w j ham, Alice Gallaher and J. i required by the Laws of Florida "I understand that (he
t1it'yfof: afford: td' Hayes Gallaher, if the above and Florida Rules of Civil
jJt W repay -
:f-Q ljBtc0me o looseS Ii, rTBE CIRcilT. COtnT OPFLORIDA stock Insurance companies
named be Procedure.If
: persons respectively
4 f1L.e. Dotgo; 1oaifZcy'oWcia !$ ; AMI FOR I'pamed: persons are dead their aor.tessoill be entered
'aoter L '- I pro
givei fl1RFORD "prXTY. FLOR. for the relief demanded to 3pft discount
respective, unknown heirs, de-i against you up
I beaiiti4 -
14 dUJs another fef44t44; oi ir4. ja1sin pothettijn i17 lItXDr.cUNcER1-. is- j viseesr, grantees, i-reditors and I in the complaint. in his auto insurance
V ; .
suit is
all other persons or p.artiesi The nature cf said to
1 re ttresIi.epuncn, gnd ; bijosa1L 1'o'tith'4 1Utn4ytM tPNajena1 Mort- I claiming any fight, title or in-j remove clouds from the title of cost. Can the Charley E
the $10 or'l or : $ CQ311D gt& oeiatI9n, a- i terest in and to the hereinafter the plaintiff, and the title of
? : pay per ser TraV Ubl4' jhe'mqBffint ( ri 4under- the .described lands by, through, under -! plantiff grantees Austin Smith Johns Agency provide this
! i I r" seier4iiuifro ft L&otheUnited' or against them respective-j and Mildred Smith to whom 'safe driver discount to
Lrt 1fluniberotrs& Ztta,4Qt merca, ly- the unknown heirs, devisees, : plaintiff warranted title to a
$ i'1Whe for th1S'!huge t ufh$1ip) hther h'jiqke4njto codeUtIy! pbihtnpbud t. thenpinfiliijk 2 'ri ;Plaintiff" grantees, creditor and ail other portion of said lands and to motorists m Starke?"

M' Aii th .dity t1or Z!& Mt1erthat po&setttaV ?Wi i"f..-*-I :-- Foreclosure Mortgage through jtartUs and, under persons or against claiming each by, {I their of described the above respective described portions real-

ah t4et! pa $ jr fot; hn4yn p.jie41ii'9t '''An usf Kellman and and :every the known deceased,j estate together constituting all Charley E. Johns _
,rGdy Kellman, his wife -
real estate.
Joseph J. ruby, James L. Fra- of such
I it aha41I have.a se'* : :About- eyerytiug ; ntp1tig 41flep '' X :. IVf.ndants.1 lee and George L. Dohmf: and'I It i hereby ordered that this -
I J vepy1frp'J9d'! rty. ..' I wb ri.74t ; iiiig tnthe- bud: art! '; OTlCETO-APPIIR all persons having or claiming,, notice shall be published once Agency
; TDiCTA1'E! OF'LORLDA; TO: ,to have any right, title or interi i a week for 4 consecutive weeks
on t The first reosI UflP7 auittharg StOp'vjn& tht home 4i-* -f9r/plnchinf "August 'Kellm n and GladysK4Ikaj "est in and to the following > in Bradford County Telegraph, PHONE 964-0121
,, 4 *_ r1ie ejI1 $ tiXpr. p.Jget.d1sp1a'ti ;-. 'his- 'wife, whose tesi.&at'nd lands, the, subject matter of the a newspaper published in Brad _
be phd
jahti& nt offihtil i9S7 the
' ; ', pooffice address is above entitled suit, lying andbein' < ford County Florida and having 131 S. Walnut St.
: gas / d5t &I$18 r :took and;know-how,and came uIown. in Bradford County, Flor-i a general circulation in
pc$3ittttash9t re 'hereby notified that .
1 u1j j -& bddZ a ida, to wit: i inf said Couit3r
'tem *heJ9i't nt1 f the iec4n "VComDlalnr has hn filpI ri. SW'Ji. and X\T i nfSWVEicept
bpai9ff -yea1y i inches in
ix ,
iri; 1en tt' re3che3 $ aqIt you in the above named the West 9 acres -,
ui$8--hQth1mo'e Uiin o'yearsbence. ba -'laflWem 3} the7'would:take:care ;etw4n & tht1 tQoib Cut 'wherein- the Plaintiff thereof, and Except the !
> CQfl1PCtly 'and to *eeki";'foreclosure of mortgage. North 450 feet of East 1060
) :
qMt : Yoi) repaired to tile your feet thereof: SW%- of SV14Exeept j
4 pahnMid fl'a, t1Prer- .. r Jut ;wat&yert! ] ) : i tK6ay jfiI'utA'th 'The: same 'hndyian'opi4itt7A branches *iihteh annvej-'or. $her defense, it any, : Beginning at the
in tbeoffiee of 'the Clerk of the
: fallvli' Southwest cornet thereof
t their one to j t -et?cIo1th1 Circuit:,Court in and for Brad- and run North ; 750 feet, ; SAVE4

I t ; a>Tii "Hfl ex6; 1l b>tne 3elYes.Mith '.t CithoStarke .a1teY pf; glasspiir ., :: iou ,hite lefea -numberpotettia -f for rd'County theitb,' -Florida day ;of''on 4 or Kut be-, thence East 961 South feet theafie SS% 'degress iWest j, ?
'iaa' fii.tmentik jnto Sltloii 1$8 : 4iiother; way : uttuig1tj ;;the"; back iteps7:mend".theferoken of- 1962; an<} at!the same-time verVe 600 feet to the( point of be-
:> ;, 'aritp I lotig- and legy.ijtis'got, |oo 9' 'copy- ot the 'same upon' CAR- e1nnn! ; that partfof NWU >
-ge -P4 -J '
tio1it nt:1ieth i't iw1I ainbunt toin Ire th ; .
; e1Gtfl that UOV&the.iyward EYODDAUD. 18 N. W FirstStreetGaiwsviile of SEU lying West of State',
to . jshoot'si THevfrMyxed cjina? ,
r the OW1kOUt.afld' his > .torn1or the ?laiadf.f. Upon : all in Section-17. ToU'n-|
; er1iht M" T to the: bTp ratiori-6i; : the two kesfiots nitidnd *oxtd ,p uuiereftoni 'can ,be rooted 'easily under "Centesjfli"failure.'to' so,entered a Decree nginst74U. Pro ship 6-South, Range 22 East; kL1

n4' iThji1ea affect bn1$ thoe ipeo $ G, f2sfl may pst3 t-id-, rc ; .: AT1so E of; XW'4, XW'4 of XWU !
AtJi tdriB ;hive sewer Cities'aers & f er7ifeA1dn'M.s :iet ,, : -\lrs; ply hand. nd. fi"clal Except a strip off the West
; seal at Starke, Florida, this side thereof 600 feet wide at
nd to th ,Gen rt1I :t nt1r itle surtttu. .C&11 a ii1tAu _-_U Dvj day *rxt Jnlr. 1962. the North end and 750 fett
I a i CHARLES 'A. DARBY, wide at the South end; SWU -
b heu
oo : 6f the Circuit Court -
\Clfirk of NWU Except a strip off
ffciit rI9'i the plant'' v ;UJj-'Mariaji I*, Crosby, the West side thereof 750
) I1Te ::4)t) ? C1t) opisaj: JttrC1t1 lV& chanc t4 ot : tips -. v Deut Clerk feet wide at the North end

I 1iQis;. /' 1 :. hiibeiL .' uXWejW 4'p, rv; ; -f -. 4.Jibect 7-7 4t 86 -- and 550 fet wide at the
joi4beh4 ; Pouth'end% of SWU Except -!
I i doss the, city SotefhiiftyCO 'f4iW4OP :cetoi cb Beginning at the intersection -i
triili r Jpng -th I/riWsUriB cr IT rax j j'EIGHTH' :
i1than-Cir 1 tb j.1 V 5."_ ," \t rUE JUDICIAL of West line ot Road
n jH' 4 !
t *i- j *JT Wniteilis, it ,they .repro-I
hlS of
i4L ; CFIT QF FLOBID -INI -S-229 with South line Nj j
a1feinitb4'fttta'x1v1eU '- tIn1tie I, 4A-dI schedule; : rs' RtDFUJLD WU: of SW', of Section 20, ;

I / itieAI eRtAte'nd1Tert Stark hveajId oe9L :te:same ::1j oneco1fl '* prpbIe1! :r

i1&hi Ji right tdeide r t1irngeJ seiiad -.; ( .t&3t ik: on Jdhn s ;nd ,. -

/ A6E4to$9,99 65 and$4BO wi .i -:- ;" -other ornzr tzita3s. One iWaY

: OtIer' eI1ft s :$tth 11i.t: 3iy bffothrhu1c4 Tp4't2 o&o1m.u for *n ;iietation I I I
tbincrud'Tha' btflid-Bp-a 4s tofhak&: f fIci -
1Tfe c1ctdtbe s 4 ; olyardtoanand ] i

T ild Ianetth-d, :I st &4 'ofut iiin6; f ':fiuapected plant./If.]
I : : Q'the js4e : 4edab1& :i' floadt i .*hitefh'es.rises. ,
; I '.an4feat It) t11 ef et zDh1d Jeo1 : it afljht !lrga'Ihev tea ees.'tiie answer?U !If

th'tt oiTh i o' ovxrwy'( *V *"*- "?t( .. ; obviously PFritkf : : .

t:;%) : : h1e Uit iilsiwev cotrointorogdn I

, t ;gp." 4'. ,** > -'l/& *-. y v t : : 'thes, i ctriclan vitliEXteDSiDU -

; &nIr p ;4PAHij :fQrisomtrtHb ( eiio\llBtiV '

find l -6 .i.ijK r.aa-iwh! hedt1skdaj $ ; *-iniat.j --)1'

' pi1efrtI : .bu6i ,:rhpa'tiMprk fo & pieI- (

ftlfo'tf cfi -: *n, 1 -
7frO u o i : '
!. .f ..- '- drma4, nila'tQibrier. llpnof: water.! '- ( c
.1 .-l. i _a. -t -. refgeto1m # fux&eS44 vV oofjtmoid;oi'lems'; ofc 5w>;I t.-
; .. 44- .- ,*ff ?aU'>k associated -iwith llffE

Itibi tt pnrCoJ6ted; Alice- files46* H&mut -bb11 black -

: ., -<- '4: ____________ .$ 5* cIeskIo 4a.ot ; onecett hLro thrivesjMmlture ; 4APERVACATIONJRAVELr I:1.: % : '

f _ _, V ng:'sa' ;_M_- -1-"s4 C + :+' : t.jdmi, ,._ 4: ntonk ierb iflthe.ghni s; mea1bugsControlln ,. ; : / :

; 4 'SR a* Wcts:. U11Y prevents

; Jf b i t nt'h- 4Bre4orw1 ; '* Msetjqu1ifley -. 1_.. -, a---- .. .

R 1HT' : c: -' -: $ jeyctpeetea-ior.nopysuch \ -.j
1d-. &ib9t ] --Tbcn as1' Georgia ; _

f .. a* 'iervicecr ,- jt; 'Ufcor, grasshoppers], __ ,

1. charge- material': 'char jeand; -xatya1d3';; rdMtfteW ,crickets
T '" "* ""*""" "" Le7. seiiwsts;ar y-leaf f \ -

I -higher.. tUagn.waVlastX" .' -tWbe: eew1e1tjecethiia -ftii 'ath,'v eat.eT8 ; jl
'- 7 We hate'a fevp' thwleaf :asbrtunt ofibw&r WhC11'h1d t1e. grufl-

-r ) ,--Andi speaking of' .t bacco. 'ferns that' "we"yjet epf; goin| : r ; :" a drisP'Iwiyy1ght.
.the*&6wn 'brotjiert of f or' V 4 .
( jd4i4theeR ; ; TWor 'number.- .of'.yearsr; but I coneaIoiig w1tz1t1ieiiany-
thIngto1tSprins-have v aT42J they arermtN-doing? mucji *
ne-iwR i
; '. "*tmoni*>yswiu n** ;*
thtfii .tho t' Rowing.: ,t buy*ie.: that,$$ 'persis"iwe ai'seteral' WadSj'o
e3iftr : :hkye'-them' jtoai pti jhidi, 'Seeties?. 'ray E ;! the *ground
5 \ -
25 Ib'arr cpok-''th$ op.:!" .''f Fastest jAJf/r faig .i ifr11'athLpafltf09 --_-_--
V ; nno 'OB-1-pTa1nl e J ; pae etoiitrot:, -
>. : 1' : -pJ; e pisng4I immej* is"*lay-by !tiwe, for.ny .

Ps -Ev r--bJbar 01,'aettu* '{rrnp$jt.?-ItHsf'a jf5 bisas j| 121 a4h9L;: spga1Lt.zai : itiier5tiet' allow!

-3 tr' tin* largi.'tobacco k **. ,*_-- '" > "Iv an abe th ; :?ardenarea; : SpeckOfferI
We're1;loll it happens 'qItrt / pii tog p the sun may
tv ** *<' -1 jach
when:.a, Ipltiori- Aas 'beenlcut rnicbg&Ho J1ooiz e1rb4 % :--th]? bare soil into a '
L .t*>;J "*"*'>* &* < > y-v. and ]tt V to stand for, several tit : 8ve.ieverefl 'saniit-'ylune, it i is .better, to- -
; : < .:;, CHRISTINA
1 ; toys bjfprej! iris ieite e pthkrit I ; UtePb0t'. ;toa: coyer.i6flfcl .
% F $ 1 I
: -c '
j ;1Dt 4iepro61emtUresdfte4- '-- .- ',4 i_ : > ; 4ecvr -T NYLON
5.Jd VU alt m W?- : .Dqrilf IeLoff'gte, .1ou- vbod i1LIflTroge ROYAL DUTCY1

f huMrtJoil lt'.!broiinsed .'strictermi thab -cilij';story:' aboutf a'-snikje iiie i-;. ; hPP -
*. *-b Ve ''tm hInk-hi'k ; %> f* i ijH trj-: k -L

-ob4ptt iWat thai; we k1rainifl bn1i fefeieJ t ?S3 -r!-. ? : ALL-WEATH ER "42"II5t5econdsI Stainless
er ipotand batehiraarid oth :abpiI ttje I -i.- -lll twhic*. F.ffl"Arin jmP9ited
l '
M7 .5 c > *? r i > > ivp.bf6sSU1S

I 4-tht. :, t4 4LWeafl4ga : i iwtrapP? 4? M Retreads
ST.T/LSSiJ2n-li .VSArfni-P
aBrabham '
} Thk4 &G4MiIedit ; : -..
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i1QoWe _
pd 'Aei 1 *.' : -4 &' ti 3' .: : '6.70 :x5C "
I 1 ; t4 {*h % : 4'tj I _
Jla kivajl 1 I_ '_ _'_

? -' ':i toem 'in.:the ssould' dirt z a o,1 ksrite iit pietuC1 for i -tubetypeffol -

)t .> an'linportaEt ciiH tAnd. o b ] '>d 'tfixtnttjimgr. k ; -. .

I *ret-know th3.t it i a4 ba1'-thef, omj but '*fe. Jgarnf 3 .ffo| throh far.'the snmej? crep. ox MJ { f Id fo off your car'
Tlooes to_ aerajedi. jrhich cannot
j mchtaj 'TwG chores -
: -
for a eekb? of 2.37 during hot weather ifsiw tow mileage. TUFSYN
r tf1Ut pui' thtI won't set..fruit 'i]1 average be avoided .
: a temperate-si above O.r4ioj .1 inches sa fix-in J UyOf* heoiittty's < lawn and *
hv4g h'r9t :Geodyear's durable syntneticpeejally
I I the*'reportmg town i if. --h arttig lfl hedge. Both job'shave '! tougher,more --
Tn reason it works iq.tell m4Yi ,b1rt
; !
in Is. thMi.knf stations, Santa: Pe. irh re 'a to be tackled when the developed and processed for use injGopSyear
ml* tf9 StrictlyI"1 nT*>' ; kt _' [ ; June recMd'jot '112D" techeii I Ib plant Ttexih; tites. Toughest rubber ever known! AND THREE END LABELS
ei use. t4ow. tell to June-ifpqtd s O. inil > -I allowed-th -
y t The ,cepey :- "fhoae 9S4-SIBI and a|k cond. V < grSr'too latfls likely to go f ROM ANY LOAF OF
1cr4* the1 rpvs, hdadding r had -a V "- -
hftei !
-..- -s.-.l. mp.AaP13i fl .2* ,
-H. T- : -- j-. ?; ; -- ;- wm 1a 4rmI* ef DIXIE DARLING

'- .;. : '* '" >1lEliOHpH- j. I L33t pi -f1 e.- t1e.utthigIeave BREAD
had aa 4v*age 10.W InheafrF1
--., ,.. i Vt 4.J .--*-- -. -X i. .
; It J- -: '
, '-I 'r $JM& .. SrrinV th1.'month 'oY Jii./ "-*'! iiose4?i-y to"become"snaggy sr.y- v ; _p s"s Ti :w iieiti START YOUR. j- .

bL Total1 foreit neldatisi',fittt jtor m1tonjtrastjtg Jjeyear'sq.far tnuned i beiai (lipped: must lar b"extensively >e ROAD SERVICE TIRESBvg :SET TODAY!

( l$1
period in 'IWn'Acres"b.urued on41ie: znxfaoi:

' 1i4tt : solar, thjs'l ar.h yac hes ertothmmtfle4es Darling Bread

!hUP 13.t 3r 447i and mating .
*-serf burned to.jperiod. Jiiaiai 54ke- wmer' is to 0DM AN'S START YOUR SET OF THIS BEAUTIFY. STASH-!
-.# -.- UftCI1PTlON ATU r, tackle the jqb ofterr and .trim LESS PATTERN NOW. FOR EACH f-HICE'ffLj

Ti -.a ljUitlt-a; time. f TING SEND 3 OF THE DATED END LABELS f$&&

: i :z :Zil I *iL iiI :Ha. y er.j -Broad-iiaved evergreen -AMY. LOAF Of DIXIE; PARLlHGj Tfc
r tOIIiEibC jioiter -I a &m- : Service Station f$

I Ws! brirja! v4 ;we..Coawrtmow. ijier shot* Mtferttlizf r. Oranf- 301S. ROYAL DUTCH P. 0. B 13 Br A fc W. t.c .
709 S. WALNUT HY. PH. 964-6111
&k es, Mao; azaleas, camellias.aa'ii'Wny -

for cttasified, J'V: 1'- I pother-ornamentals : -

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) THURSDAYAUGtTST 2. "1962 __ __ BRADTOTID COn nxErrnA"m';ostlRk't. titttibV' _.__ _" .__ __n -_ ,_ P \GE f' \' t

.. .. .
"; A s 'i' 'f. 'tttl 'iief las" Seen filed .
f finthe- bovename against you. -oW Clerk] of4l t\o CSrpiyL Court. :!. cio John Derek Pan American I ewer' upon Plaintiff ner-lttwtteru .
Strike K>utr Court" ffndJ ,' whose! Mmee and ad.dPsa
AirwmrBox Beirat "
By ilarian U" Crosby JJ72
Brooker Booms !into Prominence ;i cause and you 'aw requtrldto( KJ;!1 ,.? Deputy Clerk: : S Lebanon* ''WwB,, *-', '*- *v 'appear below not later
:U a}!Rebel lf j lt] .\ serve iJewla.a copy* N."tbf of >your- a nil anfwet-taint' o qrti tip ,(SEAL) :i----. J f .arereW<:, notified that than. the -11-t4I day e* August, a,
fan not or
Ialnffffs' 8-2 4t B-:3 f" 1\has1\ iik! gaiastbr ;' 1_ Herein
{l dpi Theren '
i Attorney I 'I i&\
.. Confesso will
ln' Bow( m .a l e. .C. Lawn Jr. whose mailing address ; : veTe'l.auise Toth, .'
o flI \erM against!
I ,, nature of this suit >rune. "iQ you.
-- : is: P. O. Drawer :340, IX THK CIRCUIT COURT OFFLtik11).t.
Economic growth of Brooker The. suit! was' i stitu ,&TBD-.tbi8 9 day of Jirfy A.
Florida; and Jilt the ;
Stare or- JfOIClAL
j diking the past 12 months w The Strike Outs upset1he !siigical; in the!'offkt''.of the;C3erk! ClttCtlT.: EIGHTH IX A.ND FOR- in the Circuit Judicial Court Circuit of,'FlorKigTith in and, i:. 2., ms, at Starke. Bradford
has been J league leading Rebels alaSt of the Circuit Court on or before i BRADFORll COt'XT1I N County Florida.
I .striking, even though i! 1 for Bradford County, Florida.
1962 DAI ST,
: ,the ,7th day of September : CHAXCEIIY.Nellie CHARLES A.
I not so obvious to the casual b rGt TY Friday .night behind' 'Qep.e".Coble otherwsie "allegations of said Louise Toth, The suit is entitled Nellie Lou .47ieihk. of the Circuit Court

I observer. who bowled,r games1 of}!,1 Complaint will be taken' as con- ;'I I Plaintiff.vs 6 ise Teth Toth,, Defendant.Plaintiff vs.Gustave,r :..._ ...., d County Florida ,
I The business-face of the 180 ,189, and 189 .''.for .a 186': Tpssed This ;by notice published (;ustaG.- Toth, You are hereby required to .. '_ ....: TJAButi Clerk
Cout- .
file the
, community true does not look aver. geo .James. Norman led 1 i'once each week for four consecutive Defendant.NuTIce pialnt'Yiled your Answer in said to suit wttn' f&LW CKodcn
Bradford for
weeks in the ittorde
i the Rebels with games of 157, : OF1HIT the Clerk of the Court not later
different than it did Tt'le&"raphDat ;: 212 S. Street
County ;;
a TO Gustave G. Toth 191 Laurel
year ago. There is a little more 18;'and 169 for a i66:&vtrag J'', ."**d..-this. ..-**th day, of- July, Avenue: Livingston, New Jersey 'stiff than 'iJM-You'the 11th day re8ttlO'of August, .___ -i
I The Bottom'Scooters,, built.: 16 ; ed toserve a copy 0f your An-
and bustle but business .. n Vk m 4Ms1, lead. fnup 'th;e I . ."CHARLES. ,- A. DARBT .and. ., ,, .." .n, -I., -,:; ,'r" ?W ""-
pal. jifirst -
on the main street does 1 'firQ a juuuvutu : :; i i; -
t not .game::\and then hea# -the ,
I one the impression : Nelson .:. \
' that Untouchables 31Bin ,
town is experiencing ,
I{ small boom. led the Scooters.with_ gajnef of ] k;*.

There has been some 190, 139.. and 179 for;:;a ,.169 ; ". "
;ky r4fr rlf
>Q while Buddy Elliott_ 9 ', s"
strong average t
activity at the Farmers 1, a ,
I State Market in Brooker but led the Untouhables 'with.a'is :

average1.gaBes .. .
in ; i
some ways this town much : r j.4
dependent F10ri'I I 'th e. KeY s't ie t J1nc-: t \\ /
j' : on agriculture, has !
} '
X\ t\k'fl
V seen better days in Homes are springing up, near Hydrocarbons plant and in Carlotta Subdivision in ed, the 7'0 Txz-4 _be-t
some years c (

\ past.t Brooker._ 4.. .... Aiii _> ,_._- "--_.__..",,._,,-_._._- ......_.- --. -- 1,,hint ill Y ftpJt..' + liQcNJed I t& '; ; :' :
n!, f r '
;t Where then is this boom at ; _
J Brooker? TJecember of 19600 70 "at (| a 166 average.

j., The surest indication that !-present, and are still increas- +. The Teigue t has .two weeksto a. .
lng\ go."C *
there really is one can be '
Hicks, "who ias seen "po st- *j W <
Standings .
found at the Brooker Post Office. ,
One need not talk to!j'nfester. 'tor the past 'three Rebels . '27: 5'- r:3k: ? : \k7 i'u

I Postmaster W. H. Hicks very yfears, says that the office "fcas} E Es Btm. -Sooters. 2&. "12 7'

i long to find out that healthy : 'gained 'bne ie\1 in Most of- I Ih Kerst,!tatS'' :, 15 1?' 12 % I p
I., flee class fating''d rin t this Strike Outs .14 18' 13 x _
activity is in
already ;
progress :
'tlliI 'direct Untouchables lOVi '21% '16 i' $ J ? :
and even finer things may be a ; Result of the j 1 $ \

ahead for Brooker. r:. growth of Brooder. Tornadoes 9 H"2J!; l'i ___
First observation of a But to find the causes tjf Mens High AyerageA - comes from the fact I this growth one must look Bill Nelson rl68. Gene Coble

that mailing receiptsare up f carefully around in the town 165. Charlie Johns .155,,Jam- ,
I '
U some 20 per cent during they and for seVefaVmlles out on es Norman 157. *... '> '..: h a b y \ '\ Fr
its fenmeteT.> Ladies High ATeraje ":>
first six months of this year .
as compared to the ,same 'period Right 'in.fcrooker isgrow .5 5'r" June, Norman '143"N tn I

f, in 1961. The patron list ing manufacturing enterprise I Nelson 140, Mary JaMs 133;;

has also gone up. While the General Supply and Equipment eH 'nL soM: .t "-I' ;. .

rural route volume has not Increased Company which is manj j .... ,
' much the office box ufarturing an, automatic com- : ? Stallings Wins : :r" '
l u
holders have Jumped from 27 rtmented feed mill beingrM s
: not tmty tnthe U.s. btrt Cit 'Slow.PitC h :; ;. ,
.' -
olsr in foreign countries. So j Softball Tourney : I .x
t. '
i Softball 6urheyIUnder t Well i h the machine being 1 ;7 J3 ., .' .' I

rY received that the company js' o- laN I i .Stallings- .lost Natural
i ", "
f Way Here. having a hard time to keep .w ''::iLi j .Gas,,15-4. last weefc. >|n4-.then; ,.
1 pa"e with! orders: from world- '.i. ..' bpuncedback beating Natural
Starke's first Sub-district; 'wifo points.While 4 .,' f '". Gas 13-7 and 7-3.t win t'y
salesmen are already the CiV.siow Pitch ,'SoftballTournament. .
Slow-Pitch Softball Tourna- ;
working in eight states, ord- .
tl ment got underway, Wednes- -. i
day night on Bradford Field ers have come in from Onta- The Tour-ltament was designed -I .
rio, Canada and requests from |
to giye all. team,not I
meeting I South ,America.W. in the Sub-District Tournamenta.chance t

: E. Bigham. owner and to. compete :,
on Gainesville. ( ; : A
general manager of the company -, against each other.This j 6'uy ,
,Play will continue through ) ,
recently returned from
Friday night with Sperry's-of i tournament ended the ;
j the London, 'Ontario [Canada]
', for
Pitch activity
Gainesville faking on the win- City Slow i
| ner of the William's Jewelry- Poultry Show where the mill, : the year with the" exception'J i

; Ocala tilt at 7:30 tonight'' called "Redi-Mill was on I. of the Sub-District and District -
I Thursday] and Garden Rest- display and demonstrated. .+-: a1 +i l Tourna eJt.* The'; Sub: i i

aurant meeting th winner of !;1 Further inquiries and orders J'ka I District is ,being ,held ,,tpnigh\ ; During the
resulted for Redi-Mill from 4.y.
finals night
the Brooker-OcaL. game at 9 ;: with the Friday :
showing. -
I while the District will( be held

,I pjn.The champion contest will;I The operation, which is not z. tt August 8,.9.and. 10.. ; :
yet a year old, Increased pro- %
be at 8 !
played Friday p.m.
, Admission to the games is 50 !i duction to a point in April Tree Farmers .., ) :
where 17
people were employ- .
r cents. i I ed. By the middle of June the Warned Against guarantee4t
A District Slow-Pitch Softball
, I !
j total had jumped' to 30. Most
i Tournament between : Timber Beetles
: of the new employees have ,
: ;
lJ j teams from this area, Jack- j found homes for themselves n_ .._n.. _._._ ._ .__ __ '" -. .' :. lP.fto. ., '
sonville, and the Cocoa Beach- .T Tree1 farmers In Florida,thisyeahftVeui6te& j i. 4 '
|, Orlando will also take in and around Brooker but Postmaster U1.. W-lLlIlclis.fiDd8.Brook.". 's jpcelpter '1'p'lieetinttluvi r '-inceased ic ,J k'. !
area J'.Mt-
; )
I 11 place in Starke August 8, 9, I some now care building their "' last y, ar. < '
I and 10.Starke. own.Of even more Importancein _r ) .. ." ..:.... 'feeds beetle',on_, a.'jrlnenee small fJ-1esi secC. Ticcbrding .4svlrich'. -,; 3 .J o you' ; J

impact on Brooker, has .; .- to' notice ::riacelyfed from ,...
Bests been the construction since the Florida, Forestry''SerVice. I f .' ( \0. ; .

Brooker In April, of the huge $6 million The colaspis bee 1e,-Or;Maetol -1 '

Florida Hydrocarbons plant, spis'Pin1.ha also been;ex! i'

Ladies Softball where some 140 people have d tremely active .throughout-$theS6utheast tiresyou are protected

I been employed.: a from 'Virginia: I :E

Bernice Epps doubled in J I This big installation, cover- southward and 'west to Texas.

two runs in the bottom of the i ing sizeable 'acreage about About 3-16 inches long; brown,

sixth to lead the Starke Lad- ;t three miles north of Brooker, ., and marked with'A'fault green, 1 5t

ies to an 8-6 victory over is expected to be finished yet ka ish iridescence, the, adult

Brooker last Thursday night. !, some time in October. jl! beetles frequently travel aboUtin all road hazardsF
Hazel Griffis led Starke .
i Meanwhile construction em- large swarms. t -gainst
1 with 3 for 4 while R. Harrell ployees who have not been l' -'\" a r 'Feedingon: the ekes of

had two for three for the los- Ii I able to find living quarters in year-old 'needles, ,ihe.: titles>

ers.In j Brooker are living in larger 'Seldom: jjermafienly, damage :
the second game, played j nearby communities Starke x pine,,trees.:..C rgls;1"':: e It, not

Monday night at Brooker, the i and Lake Butler : .. yet proved -necesaary .m or- \
Starke Ladies were trounced :the//. of1w
j I Like some of the employees [ ida foresi'fitands'sa e afr F rerardless t'
8-1, Prescott led Brooker .
of General Supply permanent fected .trees'reeover.::' ? )f th'billytlegtlathll .
z.R .
with 3 for 4 while Watersonhad 1 I
"employees are building their : .m1Wth'lmiiL.: : .
three hits for Starke. i 1 ; ,.-. ,.. I"Jleg
< own homes, some just a short Entiitnbh 1 4if'the. orgistA ; .
The Ladies will play Brook'er -' 1 1tY
distance from the Florida ida -Forest jBereidftSfepori;that
next Monday night at'' [I cdlabpisTjeetie > ( .
Hydrocarbons plant. Other damage .by thee; :

Starke at 8:15.: homes are springing up at f\'lii #"ir....c2f,.,........,."'" ii A.- .- niaT!" appear 'Q1'dtnIy(:' less
*..$ 1 1AV. : stand'and'lrbm ofmilea.el.
j Carlotta Subdivision on the in' aHimber
,Recent Birth !' southern outskirts of BrOOker.I E. Bigham inspects Redi-Mill prior to shipment! Oi:i-t' a'; distance, an.. iAfested. stand r

I At one time in its history, tario Canada buyer .'f.t1 I j may have the ''ippearance.'. of ,

Mr. and Mrs. William Con, j Brooker played a more impor- ,. .". -,- >ylisLtS ;i iI'| f (damagS, ExafipSnattort, J :: of !.' ,
tos announce the birth of a' tant role in Bradford Countyr 'K 1 the -beetle'dajnai x4howsed-
,.. '. tl :
daughter. Deborah Mae, Jul i than it has in recent years. It k' ......-r-'-4J : ',,,. ..'-,.'."_- .".. dened .foliage/.where: needles : -m... ..
28 in the Gainesville Medical]l '' has been bulwark in : : .. y.. m'\ j ') a "' a C } ,
always a I. have been partially-consumed .
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: 7"" : I ,
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Center. '
the agricultural economy of '" ... .. :.., ..,ut.t. The Injured. .fc shag : f o'Hotfing '

Mrs. Contos is the foimei the county. I ,'.:;\;_ -.; ,' y' '__.".....'./_"'""-""-1l.: .:" ..::11 a olaspiS- beeUe;.*uack/'iapf- f ? ;. ., 4'Lt Am'J"' '" 00 '. :. '::!:' 4r '
: Miss Beverly Lappe. 1 But 'the days of its total de- .-; ""6. turns let' or- Urowrty 'i 1 -4'I .
c. .j'lIS. idly -
!> < ,
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V - .. .11(. ,, t \ ("'@ : ..
'" ,, '.t Earlier thJsJyeiri ttii.Flor: j. \ -: '
) \ ,
i' ..-. -.-....' ': .:;ri : ..o :
., _._ : ida forest Service.had adv is-" .
.. ., !'
} For '- :'<'::;.;,.,.' .,.. ....,,."'".- ;:-...',.:,," ;; : ed timber growers to,watch .. '-t' GUARANPM! .1 :r .
LtvrsDOUBLEKNEE "-> f" ::..- especially? for anotherYlj fetef1: !

.. 'It. 1.. ... I .... i iturpntine l '- .-. .
.: .. ;the' 'very :destractiv. :-btocf.. | f-_ y -' _-: "
.d' 1 pda1
'..'. '; ., 'I, bark beet1&nd: j t for r If lClt7tl- Wt -
Back ToSchool 1i ,"l'.w. >. .;, :! (e pt ;Dptproye r :
JD1.reaSOD .f
't d rue '
< ,_ ,a .J: ,: t If detected:: 'to. take Control ; : -, '. .Ili_b_ > .G 1f bra etjme'- when : .. :, .
fix.t measures bY spraying :': t : viiiplll!" t18t11 t S a. .
f '. .: ..! ,,' .. : .., ,. .,
.40 \ : 'J
H 14 iD i .;,JJ : }*?*% ;:t: ,- '.::'- :I --&' yo U. : I .::"j-:
oil Show : ",- SESiSS]
.41- J. iir I ... .,r.. .,..:; j .'$ V *=-<.1'>s*y or. \ ,t Ss5SS ectt --0 j ifflvreBSited'by ; '< ,,"-. ,.
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*] ; .e-thout a : ,. -. .
--. ,., Tr. .- .. .:' '.'- ,- 4 fteS-'tiitleMotheTj.-; ,- '.*r> '- .,:"'<"'I a. t: 've't..... .. .4--1."geot. Olt'' ::' Fi.w. ', ",..;
-- -- -- '" I The 5tarke" Reeteatton'de*;' t "flt ,.. .. ..m .re .>t i .1< .. .on of the p\U i : 7!,k.!!
t 1I '' partmefit Invites,j jto ettter.3your' k .f :... "..1'',--, t 9ulf;; credl,...for that'P> ? sn1f\t1'r1um." ,-hf e' :of-the tirI.; '>$_-" '<:f ,t''I"_ .'-
? "oWUlI '
f -
THE I 1I ,: r;'<. 'Family of---Dolla CitherD6U : E 'r. -"- V?': 1\\ sew t a tbe uno60 r ; -''1.'
Festival; which will.-b"e -':" 2' W : :
1 $
; U f
I' a a. .,, of .t,
"KftSjat :the, Starkei U; -Q OCBuiljtog : tI1' 4._ .,"_ '." .\
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I .agiist! 3, .J'l&ti) ) .
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.., ). UP jI l ,1- I l{ 5:00.: PJB. Yow'may.Yregister.l( .- .- -b ., 4' . .' ?. f. :-:.;;,: ..
',j i your dolls as ear1J.'as ":00 p:4 of' < "" '"
IN -.1.
:: : : fvrai.0. 4ftKfltffjyni-Llfetimfl"Warranties .V :' ; .; ::--
; .
W- i __ V ..1r
syou..Wndsaut !: < .. '. '"pt. rr
Please, tell )i>
h ., ...,:"t.Ylh....' ;s. GuJf-cROWfi-15 toil mbsr : K ':" "
,trn?, "festivaljrad'trrVitfi; l '
\ .,come and bring,their f...." .. eit..1Rtr.J4.: .III 27:mes. -tr GuIf .CUSHldN!.-12.1615" nios.g .. .

.. .. -. .. .. dolL< Yotati'arehtsand.lrifenaI: k ', -: 1r- .... '
>> TI .
/o.i AScc-N.(5) 'iERAL\; \ are invited: 'to come and, see, : : :
i tttre't 'C W ; ,
""WtlifYalilefy ;stQP.
t"I.. ,'t; ,. a't; .
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: Installation progresses on Hydrocarbons -plant 'frithj NOTICBTO'("OTB.T.aRAU.'DETRXD- *"I t i iiSscratrcrr '' ',; 'thsiga of the drang i.Dts'C

I -r't; Ask About I '140 employed in construction, for completion la October. f fI -aBSaa'r.FORD COrXTT' :, FLORIOAt' ; ., j :'. .# : t -

I JqUen. SfTerto,'1&, z; -k-- ,

s' Our Option I pendence on agriculture seem i role in :Brad/or 0ptiftyt t' 'C- .hJ.J Yffiltititt'ra ;a. ."Ca'-.. eIereon' 13.13231arw : t. :,'--A., .! ::1. l t I !. .. _a.-, ': ;/-t'

';' rapidly receding .into the Yes, Tustory definitely inthe ,- leDdantr :,' .-.',' !t. j l. REGISTERu: (
:rw TKC."Your Charge Plan making at Brooker and its OTIt'E>d"1'0- -SrRAB 1. } ..
;: past and the name Brooker ..TOi 'Yupnt amtabu.Sever- --
residents'seem quite' aware .io,: who.e'resldeQCe 1a IU EI.- .,_ ': .a... \ ., ."iI,,r: -......... i" .-
destined to '" .:: .
once again seems that her finest hour lies nottoo' 'beth, Dallas V Ttt *_ ". '-'-. f i'"I 'i :
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"'.. "o" .. "" ,'', Wiggins After I MAYOR'S COURTJust to a fine of $27.50 or to five

: Johns May Run days in jail.Kenneth .
) 3rd Council Term I D. Norman, viola-
; J/ ;f; ,gag s; s'F three cases were triedin
k electrica1 code
I n" ; Starke Mayor's Court last tion of cit

?f r [Continued From Page One] week in a very brief session I fined $27.50.No .

f'f. : ; ; For Governor ] t's the Andrews Ford Motor Company William Aldridge, Negro I court was held this

disorderly conduct, sentencedto .week.
for 33 before he
,. J years
.. 'n ,
." : .yr I a fine of $27.50 or to five have you an old refrigeratorfan
: : .
-" '; 4 .. accepted his present employ- which no longer -
.f days in jail. i tools you
[Continue From Page One fast, Johns declared, "He's I
1"rf7 1 ment. He is married and has Convert them into ea'.bnow
< use.
Edward Aldridge ,
probably gone as far as he Negro
Believes Chance Good can go." five children. disorderly conduct, sentenced i[ Phone 904-3101 and ask

Johns believes he could beat Another possible candidate, 1 i < Y i i Ij For classified. .
candidates who have .
the other
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but one who has not yet an-
ll..i. !..- propelled themselves head-
-- nounced his intentions is
., long into the race for gover- Doyle Carlton Jr., beaten by

nor. Mentioned as front-run- Gov. Farris Bryant in the 1960 fesimtgdayl1
r1r candidates Jaekson-
ning are campaign. dRH j
,. ville's Haydon Burns, and SFMouthToMouth
Johns thinks'now that his
'xy ,Ii + Fred O. Dickinson and Scott 'f' ,
chances are good. He said he
Kelly of Lakeland. The three
r is taking a poll in Dade Coun-
have been since
campaigning ty and thinks he would do bet-

the last day of the.last cam- ter there than before.
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paign in 1960. "All of the encouragement r

Guardsmen Inspect',Food; I "I see Burns as the front- I get is unsolicited," Johns

.. runner now but he's' slipping said.
i Return Home This WeekendSgt. I ;.a

Operation 'Gator Not DesignedTo
., Lonnie L Lee left, inspectS food during ration:

breakdown at summer training at Ft Stewart, Ga. The, National -'
Pick Winner Colonel I,
Guardsman holding ,the canned goods is SP-4 Willie J.Ilines. Says 1 .

" .Both .are from Starke and both are members of' Battalion Respiration I II
"Operation Alligator" rough nel, were subjected to typical I
Supply, 1-187 Tank Battalion.
annual field problem of .the enemy interrogation. Blind-
Guardsmen from both Starke, Company C, and Camp 13th Special Forces Group, folded and hands tied behind Demonstrated With New Dummy \: \

Blanding, Company B, win return from, their annual two held from July 8-21 at Camp their back they were madeto 1. ,,. :: :'

weeks summer training this.weekend .' Blanding and the Ocala Na- kneel, stand, and lie down. A dummy model that reacts donated $104, and matching
I '
tional Forest, was not designed Shots were fired over their exactly like a drowning, funds from the federal government's -

lIK to' 'produce a winner heads.:They were not permitted or asphyxiation victim when : CD program.Mrs. c'My Dheld up a quarter and a silver dollar and 1

.-'AUCTION. !. SapperiHeld Gets olon Henry. J. Wolfs, com to sleep from the time mouth-to-mouth: respirationis Scholl says she plans asked ma which one I wanted. I took both -the
manding'officer has .stated. they were captured until the administered was demon- 'demonstrate the ,
dummy I dollar fof bank account, the quarter for my
.Wednesday, August' .8'I Jail SentenceContinued The'intensive training problem problem ended constantly being strated to the.. Junior LifeSaving before all civic clubs in the my/
0 (
,, ; .2. P.M.Hiway' which ,took place inswamp's grilled by expert interro- class at the BHS sum- county, and hopes eventuallyto I piggy baskTeach

[ From Page, One] and rough terrain gators. But not? a one broke mer swimming 'program by have most of the peoplein hnn't;
21 the ttcrEy-
between l\l lrose-
your youngster savings
was intended to test the under the I strenuous ordeal Bradford County CD Director Bradford County become
> .Keystone, Heights, Fla two years, and all taxes due training; and skills of the Col. Wolfs said. Mrs. C. L. Scholl this Monday. proficient in administering open savings s account for him; or b$. ut o"r hank

Property of Charles Pardee the government plus interest Special Forces detachments, What about the training to The 14 students in class mouth-to-mouth artificial res

". Phone GE, 5-2481 and penalties must also be from Florida, Georgia, and kill and the religion of the Monday practiced under the piration. She says it takes

paid during the five-year pro- Alabama, under realistic conditions Special ''Forces trooper? Col. watchful eye of Mrs. Scholl only a few minutes cf prac- FLORIDA'I

White Top Drive-' bation period. the colonel stated Wolfs contends that "a man and Instructor' Jim Temple tice under a qualified instructor i i

In RestaurantThU and called everyone partici- dedicated to a mission is devoted principal of Brooker Jr. High to learn the process. I -, ., .
The charge to which.Sap- pating a winner and'said that to his God." He states School, until they became proficient The dummy is also equipped : ; f' :'jf< T;; fD lrrr'J -

> fully equipped Drive-In penfield pleaded guilty accused each gained practical exper- ,that his men are trained to in the art 'of mouth-' with a breast plate to demon- 1 1I, : _.-__-8':':_'n" -N" irK. I :.. ---S._ Ji":1n; I : n: _.._. .___ __ ;
Room; the contractor of reporting ience. kill swiftly and silently only tomouthartificial respiration. strate heart massage as a I I

I >> that he operated at a lo s"in'' Commenting on the effect when detected and in self de- One of the students, 'Don- method of reviving people after II I,
) !. thl year-round resort 'income'tax the exercise had' on the 100 fense. aId Carter, is shown above breathing has Mrs. I
t area. Alao lltlng quarters 1957. and owed no ceased One Of SO Banks Of The Florida National Group I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp;
.whisk con.lasts of a Trailer while, as a matter of.fact he troops from the regular Flor- "You read daily of Special practicing on the dummy with'Temple Scholl said. The method was I

, fine with Income' lanpect before thus earned $7,538.92 on which he ida National l Guard which 'Forces troopers operating in Mrs. Scholl, and class- not being demonstrated, however .. -

the Anetlon nee how It fits owed taxes amounting' to were used as a control group Viet Nam and other parts of mates looking on., since it can be dangerous .-
your need now and In the Colonel Wolfs emphasizedthat the world, training and ,' ,
I future. 157856. sup The dummy, which cost without a qualified instructor -

,Terms 20% Down at Auction The judge deferred execution they had perhaps gained plying friendly partisans and $204, was. purchased by the such as a doctor or I
of the sentence until more experience than in ordinary guerrillas, helping freedom- !: Starke ,Woman's'', Club which nurse, on hand.HEALTH IN/MlIIAlVl1 !\ rrc-:1: r\ n
Balance Terms'
I on Sept. 17, to permit Sappen- training exercises with- loving people everywhere to -- 1 l r'61I fI I-w H
I field time to arrange.his affairs -.out the rough type of jungle preserve their freedoms. We I I 1 iIi

j CO. before goings to. prison. training\ Morale of the Con- are training for such missions ". Ii I

I 33T:JT. Perpcreelc _.0 Sappenfield has been livingin trol Group reservists pickedup and of necessity our training FACTSby

Orlando,Fla.' Ph. GA .....09MFJorlda' Deland since leaving Law- as the problem went along must be tough and realistic" Ii i i 20 Words .or less one time ---_____._ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c pt"rford
,Most Economical I
Auction Co." tey several years ago. provingthat proper indoc- the colonel stated.In [ III not paid In advance _________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ______ 2,5t>

trination >and understandingof : disqualifying rumors '. i Keyed or Blind Ads ___________ 1.00 Over 50 cords ______. __,..__ 5e per word

a mission are essential, the that the 13th Special Forces Dr. H. G. Bollinger I Each additional word over 20 _----- 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per lnb
colonel said. group will be sent to the des- I _

"Our reservists are, tough ert lands' of Utah for trainingin a Accidents:happen every day in spite I FOR SALE-Very nice 2 bed- .

willing, and determined," 'Colonel 1963 Colonel Wolfs said I r |'i of'our efforts to prevent them. When room home near school and HASTINGS MATTRESS
Wolfs added, "But they the site for next year's intensive shopping area 7900. Half O & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
know what it's all they do occur you owe it to yourself I down. W. B. Sewell. Broker.
want to training has not yet been Phone 710 Lemon St. Palatka
GUIHP.1TVTIRE 964-2881. 2tchg 8-9
about." selected. The 1963 maneuver 1! Dr.:Bellinger, *'nave a Chiropractic check-up. I I Furniture Repaired,

"Operation Alligator" ,was area will be selected after adetailed i. 100% Loans
t\\ a unique. in .that. it was'the first- : study ,by _hi$, staff Accidents,,that: occur today can.produce a serious ailment I Mortgages available to build Upholstered & Refinished
-- new homes or remodeling. i Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILT
large' scale' fieldTraining 'maneuver and'higher headquarters the 3 or 4 months from now. ; LA RUE CORPORATION 1
planned and executedby colonel said, and after a detailed j i 301 East Call St. IF YOUR NAME IS New Innersprings

1, SALE! a reserve force without de- study of Operation Al- If you have, insurance you should never sign a releaseof I Phone 964-8631 FOUND AMONG TIlE and Box Springs

i 1I pendance .on a fixed military ligator has been"made.Bowling. liability from an accident until you have been examinedby i tfchg CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop Us A Card or fall

I ., installation.It took 10 months a Chiropractor.Your INSURANCEAT AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9166
of programming by the 13th REDUCED RATES STARKE 964-5931
j .
Alley FREE
Forces Group
i Special Chiropractor is .the one properly trained to realign MRS. PEGGY SMALLER,
The training was a joint FinIshedCompletion the frame I INSURANCE AGENCY ......Starke, Agent
Nearly I work of the body and remove nerve pres- THEATRE. -- -
operation involving regular Phone 964-4501 {!
: r Compare our price oni and reserve personnel and u- sure. ,I tfchgF. WAITRESS WANTED. Mu i
I FOR RENT -Good concrete be over 21. Salary room an.,
nits of the Army Navy and of a 16 lane H. Kramer I block house near school. Suitable board. Lu's Tavern, Kmgs>

size tire Air Force, some training in' bowling alley is expected in Phone.- Starke 964-2881 For An AppointmentOPEN LISTINGS WANTED All I small family $50 per ,;-Lake.- it ciu
your now! the role of guerrilla and Stark! around the middle of typesStrout Realty. P. O. month. Nancy L. Knight. 3441 i TAKE UP PAYMENTS---- on
,. jungle fighting and others I September, according to a EVENINGS UNTIL 9 PJVLFRESH Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- N. Walnut St. Starke. 2t chg. Admiral 2 door refngeraioi

:t ....... acting as aggressor forces. : spokesman for, the contractor .I 1766. tf chg 82EVINRUDE I Automatic, defrost. 15 fout
Most of the participating per- Clyde Knowles of Jackson- 5 ACRES-U. S. hiway. Nice motors and Well- size like new. Dahmers Dl.>-
count House.
sonnel were sent into1 the furnished home good out- craft fiberglass boats. You{I- - -It c1.
.. and woodlandswith ville.The buildings. Good business site. can't buy better, and the prices FOR SALE- 1953 Plymouth
swamp concrete block struc- Only $8.975 with good terms. are reasonable. Easy terms 4 aoor 6 cylinder. Good engine -
-w only a day's rations. ture is being erected on a 15 i Strout Realty. U. S. 301 SO. can be arranged. Franchised i, Needs painting. Call 964-

Living off the land, evad- acre site near the Southside 1 1 Starke, Fla. Phone 468-1766, dealer. NORTH FLORIDA ,I_2491.--- It Ch-
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w ing detection and capture by Elementary School on S.R. 100 I Waldo.. Fla. SUPPLY. 412 E. Call St. I I FOR SALE- Used- --refund- -

-- the aggressor forces.they: operated at an approximate cost of BUNDY CLARINET FOR tf'_chg- I, tors. used washers used tel. -
--. 24 hours a day for five 100000. I SALE. Excellent condition. YOUR OLD WATCH will visions. Low Down Paymnr
'- 'Call 5332651. ltp make the down payment on a days before being recalled. The bowling alley will be
beautiful new Bulova at Appliances. 100 W
: FOR SALE- Home like
Those who stretched their leased by Hy W. Kliman and near Starke depot. Good terms I Dahmers Discount House.tfchg : Call Street. Starke. Phone 961-

I I meager rations, survived the Associates of Jacksonville to I to desirable purchaser. HollisV. .I !i-6551. -
-- intense heat and_avoided cap- the firm of Armstrong and Knight. 4t chg 8-16 MAKE RESERVATIONS FOUND 1 truck tire. Owner -
I ture faired better than those Wilensky for operation.The FOR- --RENT- One bedroom- Kindergarten Now! Phone 964-' may claim bY describingand :!

I I II II I who fell into the aggressor'strap. building will measure 96 trailer. Westmoreland Trailer |19374. Mama Priest chg 8-30'' paying for ad. Contact J
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I -' The captured reservists, by 120 feet and parking space lb. Park. Phone 964-5941. tfchg. 1i'i 1--FOR RENT Furnished Apartments -T. Quigley. 2t chg. 8-2

mostly Control Group person- for 80 cars will be provided. SMOKED PICNICS 29C I FOR SALE I 1 & 2 bedrooms, WE 1)ONTSell

Ready mix concrete, concrete we pay lights and water. Contact you we help you buy

,f I i. I block piers, fence posts, sand I ton Appliances.431 Center St.Phone or BumngI Day- Good selection of new and

I GRADE A cement,mortar mix,rock,steel, 964-6551. Night 964-7191. used 8' and 10' wide Mobile

VACATION SALE oyster shell limercck, and roof I tf chg', Homes- .
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L lb. gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg : FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. I'! LAKE GENEVATRAILER

.. I FRYERS 29cIbs Bradford Engineering Co. on one acre lot in city. Reas- PARK
'Ii '" onable. Heat attic fan. All j 1 mi. SE of Keystone lit!.
i 7-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. $120 FOR RENT: New. spacious,I tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. on Route :100
unfurnished apartments. Good I !
With' Mattress Springs tf chsr
I location. Apply Mrs. Slade. 605 tfchg
Alton Road Starke. tf chg FOR SALE Lake Front i iI -
t .GULF NOW, ONiy I NEW 10-PC- BEDROOM\ SUITE Hamburger Meat S WANTEDRider to Gain I' Lots.Lockloosa.Santa Terms.Fe and Guy Lake An- I ern FOR two RENT beds-cottage Furnished Clark Mod St.

> Foam.Hub,,:Mattress, Box $139 esville. Leave Lawtey between I drtwi. phone 9646811. tfchg I II For Sale fine Palomino stal-
'I Spring' Ibs.) Brisket Stew.: 6 and 7 am. Lea$$ Gainesville i I lion. Phone 9691191. Up
: CUStlloN$14,95$ "I at 2 p.m. 5 days week. ,I COLONIAL FLORIST
I.__ Joe MartinezMcGRIFF
'I Contact Frances Elliott Toni _.
TWIN BEDROOM .SUITE i Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
t 10' Pieces s $98 lbs,Smoked Sausage Gas Station .Hiway 301 N.,i I: Flowers wired any place. Flow- i TRADING MART
Starke. -130 N. Court St We buy
liE :
J ers for all occasions locally.
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and sell good used appliances.

750.x.14. Tire Plus from Tax Your ana Old Car I '2'DINING ROOM SUITES '$sX95 PORK CHOPS center cut lb. 69c WILL BUY- Hardwood tim !!I St.Phone 964-6291.506 East Nora tfchg i i See our or. anything ner line of of val appliances -

Nine Pieces ber any amount in lakes.I and televisions. We
I swamps. creeks or ponds. We I! under sell any dealer. New or
4 ,
FOR SALE- bedroom home. '
j I 54-INCH CABINET SINKS PORK CHOPS end cut lb 39CU. ,. will deliver cut to and Starke.haul AJJ.C.or you Tim can I t 2 baths. large utility room. used we have no price fixing.
$55 separate dining ltp
Nylon Tubeless a Non-skid room.
design I With Fittings ber Co. P.O. Box 163. Starke. --- -
screened front porch. Lot 2
to ORLl>
I 8-9 tcha Vfr
Black sidewall 8 Wide, flat tread Ii i S. GOOD CHUCK I acres. 1126 West Madison. BOOK before t ying any en-

Ijl NEW BATHROOM SET lb. : HAVE OPENING FOR Qualified Phone 9641001. tfchg cyclopedia. M. A Payne your
Minimum warranty en GUlf"cushioll Rayon Tiro-12 months. jl $98 ROAST or STEAK, 49c man to handle established local representative since 1958.
'Gulf Cushion Nylon Tiro-15 months minimum warrantyat weekly debit in Starke.I Box Ml Pb 964-3794; tfcnr
at slijhtly hither price.AMAZING Good company program- Pre- 119 S. THOMPSON ST. --- 1

I i CHESTS OF DRAWERS DRESSERS RIB STEAK u. s. Good lb. 69 fer married man axe up to PHONE 964-4155 NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
1 GUARANTEEIf I 50. We train you. Phone FR I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
I GULF I VANITIES : g-5681. Gainesville. 2tp 8-9 residential section east of
I I for .1ftY.your.rMso Gulf(newt brut] tire for nuliciouj.dees not prow willful,semcttilt intentional: ,for or its nul'uentgIratI. tadrttutrantee I WARDROBES.- ALL MEAT STEW lb 59c ., FOR SALE 17 ft. upright i We Wire Lowers Anywhere SouthsKte School on COlley Rd,
mumum: lifetime, when used for noncommercial purposes, you Revco deep freezer. $150. Like I See Billy Jackson Central
art entitled to an adjustment as follows: If the cause is defective workman ,, new. Dahmer's Discount House.4 Uchgi Truck LInes. tf chg
I. .. .. ... .
I without charte.,tf the cause Sf Machines
snip or material, yon will recei* a new tire oves<- Washing It chg -- -- -- m
.It any other reason, cuff will repair It.without Cyril or offer you a FOR RENT 3 room all FOR SALE- String musical
I brand new tire, ailowmt credit for that porbo. of of tilt r purcbasa pnct Open Days 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. BOY WANTED- for general electric equipted apartment.To : instruments and: other items.
t represented the unused curanteed minimum: lift the tire. '
'RefrigeratorsALL vard work on Friday or Sat- single or Christian couple. Contact J- T. Quigley.
urday. Must be ,16 vrs. old. Phone 969-1545. tfchg 2t chg 8-2
.' I -, -. .- -,, ._ '. -, ,, USED IN.EXCELLENT CONDITION Call Mr. Gibson. 964-1421 after -
5 D.m. 2t chg 8-9 FOR SALE 1961 Pellican 14 FOR SALE-In Starke near
Jimmy Moore's I FOR SALE- S-l white'clover ft. plywood boat, trailer and school by owner. Two bedroom
10 hp Evinrude motor. All in furnished house insulated and
t '' STARKE TIRE SALES Farr's Center I, seed. Baled haY and pore bred good condition. 35000. Can weather stripped. Write Box
i Angus Bolls. Phone_ 964-1651.
f I BARGAIN be seen alter 6 pjn. at 1115' 334. Mount Dora. PUt. 2tp 8-2
/ 245 W. Madison Ph. 964-5791 WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF"GROCERIES I J. B. White. tfchg Pratt St. tf chg ,I
; FOR SALE1954 Ford pickup -
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED i I FOR R.' NT- Trailer spaces, M. ngen l 6 cgteder. Good Tires andbatfevTSzlS.

.. ., '; .. with catios. Close to shopping FOR SALE 100 ft. lot 4 mil- I Phone 9643651.
.... W_ : lyj Miles South of Starke on Highway.!. 607 Phone 969-1095 center Wejtmoreland TrailerPark. es north of Starke on 301. Randall St., Green Acres 2tp
i. I -1 .j Phone 9645941. tf chg Phone 9647082. ltp 89it1
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Y1 TT TTTTTT' :Mrs. Cad Water son and family III it vaccinated by your veterin spent the weekend with :Mr. included1 the grooms mother, VTYYYYTYYVVVYYYTTYVYYYTYYYYTTYYYVYVYYYYYVYTTNEWS of

of Hampton. The Wasdins WITH YOUR arian.. and Mrs. Richard Sikes and Mrs. Cauley and. the 'Billy >OF INTEREST TO COLORED other Starke,relatives Florida,and and friends.a host

were also visiting their brother How About Pasture? children in- Dade City. Tompkins family of Leesburg,
Funeral services will be
Tom Wasdin of Waldo Sun- COUNTY AGENT If, you have straight grass, Mrs. Bessie Sapp and"her. uncle ,of the bride. ; Sunday 2:30: p.m. 'at Ebezener
day evening. niece, Mrs. Annie Kelly, atten Mr. and Mrs. Carr took 'a
some extra nitrogen putit ( Elizabeth Givens) Baptist Church with the Pastor *
Richard Cain Mrs. O'Steen and honeymoon trip down the
Murry to growing. If you used a ded the yearly associational AAAAAA&AAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASummer Rev. Robinson officiating.
t 4 J granddaughter from Miami complete fertilizer earlier, you meeting at Union Primitive west coast. They will reside Recital:
spent Tuesday with Mr. and 'at 1215 East Central Ave., Recreation School OpensPreplanning
Well, friends, here we go might use straight ammon- Church in Bradford County. Brother Joe May and The
again. pFC James R. Cain is Mrs. Zack Robinson. Murry ium nitrate now. Mrs. Sanp also had as herguest Principals' MessageWe for teacherswill Consolors of Miami, Florida

with Company B: from Camp O'Steen will be here from Mi- t If you' have grass-clover Mrs. Crawford of Starke have come to the close begin August 20, 1962 at will be presented Friday Au

Shading spending two weeks ami visiting his brother, H. 0 combinations, don't over-do and. Mrs. Amanda Crosby of TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTJtTTTTT of another successful summer RJE. The theme for preplanning gust 17 at 8 pm. in RJE High
E. Starling and friends for a
1 of summer camp at Fort Stew- the application of nitrogen so Hpilbronn Springs. EVERGREENMrs. program and we truly appreciate is "Improving Reading School Cafetorium. The pub
few weeks.
art, Gs. While there, PFC that,grass will crowd out the Rev and Mrs.. John Godwin i the interest and cooperation In Grades 1-12. lie is invited to hear these
Air. and Mr Lem PArrish
Cain will attend the Army Radio young ,clover when it starts.If have as their guest their given by the i1!)m- All students entering first great singers. There will be a
and! family from Miami, tag a
Teletype School for nine : .s you plan to establish clover dauehter. Mrs. Lloyd Fleming, Inez Brice munities at large in Bradford grade for the first time must donation

days. At the end of the coursea Mrs.wonderful Junior supper Dyal with Saturday M and on your grass pasture, you of Orlando. Also the.Jimmie 4AAAAAAAA A A A AAAAAAAAAA. County. There were more register August 31, 1962 at Church News:

lot.of Exam Awards will be should have a soil test made.I Godwin family from Eglin A. children in attendance, this RJE High School. No child Mt. M 0 r 1ah Methodist

given. We hope the best of night. Afterwards, they spent would just about suggest F. B. Jimmie will leave soon Mrs.: J. E. Norman and five year than in the past,'years.It will be admitted unless he or Church will hold Church
the. night with Mr. and Mrs.
luck to PFC Cain while in that if you do not soil test for Turkev where his family. G.-A. Girls went to the. Convalescent Is gratifyIng for the staff she is six years old on or before School Sunday at 9:30: with
Ed. Parrish and then went
summer camp. He will be back don't seed clover. A liming will join him in a few weeks. Home in -Stare, _on to supervise the youngsters in December 31. 1962. Thisis Rev. Robert Dell in charge.All .
back home Miami \
with us next week and we and evening.; to Sunday material can determine suc- Rev. and Mrs. Fleming .their. Community'ons., this modern form of recreation a state law. Please bring Church School membersare

everyone will be glad when cess or failure with clover. Thomokins and son, David,' Thursday night. Those who The enrichment classes birth certificate. asked to attend. Barry

he returns We are sorry to report that ,,, .. Clover seeding time is when her father, Mr. Barthomew, .went were Barbara and Sue were well attended, which is Club News Young, Lay leader reporter

Mrs. Wilma Starling and Miss Faye Dyal is ill at the 1 moisture is good after Oct. 1.. the Halls! and the Tompkins Brice Maxine Redding, Nella an asset to the students,. It The Pies'fte Social and( Sav- Rev. L. H. McLendon, pastor.

daughter, Margie, of Gainesville time of this writing. We hope Y The variety is the S-l strainof went to Wilson's Springs Mon- Kirkland and Patsy Griffis. is our belief that the every ing Club met at the usual Greater Allen Chapel A. M.

spent Friday with Mrs. she will have a speedy recov- White Dutch. Dry spring day evening where they 'enjoyed Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman child should be taught to tune with the president in E. Church, Rev. L. A. Samp

Starling's mother and father, ery. It seems to be a little bug -- ---- .has cut the 'supply short, so a swim and ate water and James were shop swim, because every day more charge. Plans were completedfor son, was host to the Missionary -

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones. Miss traveling around and perhaps! By G. T. Huggins get your seed as soon as you melon. ping in Jacksonville'Saturday. and' more people are swim- the birthday party which Union Sunday. Every one

Margie Starling spent the week- causes a 24-hour virus. can. The rate for seeding is 5 Mr. and. -Mrs. Jim Conner Earl Mosley and family, his ming, boating sitting around will be held on August 25 enjoyed a wonderful day. A

end with Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Alberta Stokes from I Vegetable Review nounds Per acre. spent Thursday at La Crosseas another, Mrs. Daisy Pringle or living near water. There- 1962. Remember the called literary program was givenby

Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Casioof Brooker and Mrs. Mattie Davis Bradford County grows a Bradford County Fair the guests pf.their. child- and his grandchild, Theresa fore it is important for everyone meeting on August 11, 1962 the youth at 11 am. At 3

Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith went to Waldo to visit J. W. Ed-! variety of vegetables. Not the October 24 is opening day! ren, Rev. and Mrs. Lonnie Brewer, visited in Jackson- to know the techniques' and the birthday gifts. Next pjn. a Missionary sermon was

Mrs. Phillip Vic-Ari. dy, who has been sick, but they I average that was grown ten Plans for our new buildings Dobbs and son., ville Sunday afternoon Also for swimming as well as the hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. delivered by Rev Levy Len-
reported that he is improvingvery 6. Otis Brewer and family were of youngsters know the, Ruby C. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lefev- I years ago but of equal or will be ready on August Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- : mass
ers antifamily went to Jacksonville much. higher quality. Prospective Contractors may nett Jr. and children of Jack in Jacksonville Sunday''after- techniques for driving an au Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blye non.The pastor and officers are

Sunday.. They were on Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Broughton Even if quality was high hi pick up a set from Bob Mc- sonville were the Sunday noon' visiting" fri nds'and rel tomobile.A and family have Just returnedto greatful to the members for

what you might call a joy ride. had Mr. and Mrs. William! the past, more pleasing qual- Intyre at the Chamber of guests of his parents,,Mr. and atives. good knowledge swim- the city after a wonderfulvisit the wonderful cooperation giv-

They were just out riding a- Carl ,Broughton from Gainesville ity is possible now because of Commerce office. Bids will be Mrs. Charlie Burnett Sr. Misses Gale, Helen and ming will prevent an accident i in Macon and Louisville, en in preparing the dinner.

round and enjoying this Flor- as Sunday dinner guests. improved varieties.We opened on Wednesday night, Mrs. Allie Ritch of Morris- Catherine Gaskins are. visiting in water,.by using the correct. Georgia visiting with sisters May God ever Bless you alL
ida William Broughton is stationed' will Mr. and Mrs. Charlie "Gaskins *
scenery. August 15. Construction precautions. and brothers.
are interested in our ron has been visiting :Mr. and August 5th Is regular
Mr. and Mrs. L. E; Ratlifr on the USS Sabine that is get under way and then- in Avon Park this week. Death Sunday
state to the
as well as our county, Mrs. Jim Conner and other Congratulations pa- day beginningwith
and grandson, Colen, Jr., o'f homebased in Mayport at Jack- so let's see what we can talk Watch Things Move . relatives hereT. Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier ents who took swimming lessons Mrs. Eugenia Smith, .who Sunday pastoral school at 5 with
Gainesville, were visiting at sonville. The Broughtons are Start preparing your ex are visiting relatives in or- Starke for 53
about when along with the has lived
we are visiting off Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins youngsters Miss Fannie Bell Frazier in
Gold Head Branch Sunday af happy to have their son so somewhere. I hibit. Exhibits like live stock lando this week. died July 20, 1962. She
Mrs., Bell ,McCormick, Morning service at
ternoon. close to home. not Mr. and Mrs. Less McClel-
They reported havinga and canned goods are 12 1884 to
Florida is second only to and Mrs.Nell Hall and child- Let us plan to share. in a was born April aon. Evening service at 8 p.
good time. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fraz- California in production of I made ready on the last day. lan'ar visiting relatives in the late Mr. and Mrs. EUex
ren attended. the Tri 8tate bigger and better program m. All members and friendsare
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wasdin ier had as guests Monday Mr. vegetables for the fresh : A lady called Mr. McIntyre Sanford this week.Bayless Wapps. She leaves to mourn
market fellowship meeting at Pine next year. Principals, C. : invited to attend, all ser-
had as Sunday guests, Mr. and and Mrs Gui"Camp from Cler- Dr. F. S. Jamison, headof last week to tell him she hada Level Church Wednesday and Anderson and Eddie Thomp- : her death one son, Phillip vices.
I the Vegetable Crops Department 50 pound pumpkin. He told Thursday night. kins. Alexander; one daughterinlaw -

BRING THE of the Florida Agri- her to let it grow and protectit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitz- one grandson, Paul THE RIGHT POINT for tfc.
cultural and bring it to the Fair. HiwayBy Washington, of West Palm write. Own In and
$ ENTIRE FAMILY! Experiment Station, and nay yon
and have
simmons 2 children Force Base, Louisiana,
b of
We would like to have sisters, ESTEB-
reports that,we produce more : Beach, Florida; two select your favorite
Misses Dannielle Gowert and recently returned to their
things exhibited. Mrs. Pappie Edwards of Clear- BROOK Fountain lea TEL!-
than 30 different kinds of Joyce Loufery all of Jacksonville Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA home after a two weeks vaca-
Or water, Fla., Mrs. Rebecca GRAPH. _
vegetables. __.___._L_'_ ___ called on their aunt, Mrs. tion with relatives and friends
liiaYfSwim .. of Lakeland, Florida; a niece
Each year the equivalent of Bessie Sapp Sunday evening. hefe. i

2,000 freight trains of 100 cars Party for Allen Finley We are so glad, to report I Birthdays CelebratedMr I ... 1

In The Best Water In Florida each leave Florida. This is in RAIFORD ; Mr. and Mrs. Willie ,Finley that G. C. Lovell, who recently and Mrs. J, M. Dyer Appliance Radio -- TelevisionSERVICE

I WATER SKIING DELICIOUS FOOD addition to the amount used I gave a going away. party ,for underwent surgery in Un- and Mrs. Howard Brown cel-

FISHING PREMIUM BEERS in our state. By Mrs. Nancy C. Tompkins their son, Allen Saturday eve- iversity Medical Center, was ebrated their birthdays last

BOWLING Watch Mad AnimalsIt able to return home .Sunday.He 'Tuesday night with an ice BEST
DRINKS --------- --( ning. Allen is going to Day- AT ITS
isn't always the dog that .. is- recuperating at the
DANCING MUSIC tona Beach to school The 45 I cream :supper at the home
i goes mad and limits the bite. Rev. J. D. Disterson of Pa- friends and relatives enjoyeda : home .of Mr.. and Mrs-O.. E Mr. and Mrs. Dyer.

KINGSLEY BEACH"ON to some child. It may be a i latka preached both sermons '. Crosby. Those who 'enjoyed the occasion -
4 big peanut boiling and water -
BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE" fox, cat, coon, etc. And it may here at the Baptist Church melon cutting. Allen received -' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dis- with them were Mr. Trained Experts In Each Dept.

bite a person, a cow or some- Sunday in the absence of the,' many nice gifts. ner and daughter, Kay;; of' and Mrs. Carl Wynn, Mr. and

thing else. pastor Rev. Allen Price, who Conner Open House Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. O. E. Crosby of Starke, '

Jack Trawick has been busy is vacationing in North Car- The K. D. Conners had open Mrs..Eisner's mother and father Mr. and'Mrs Raymond FOR QUICK Gay'sDEPENDABLE

L I running down rabies reports.He olina. house at their lovely new Mr. and Mrs; Howard Brown of WorthingtonSpring

%.. .TRIMMEDt.. :: BUCK'SI has several dogs under observation Mrs. Nancy Thornton visit- home between Raiford and Brown Tuesday. Chester Moody of Keystone SERVICE I ,
:? : ,. 4 ed two of her granddaughters, Mrs. Otis Crawford and H
nkJfl. \t now. During the State Prison, Sunday after Heights, Mrs. W. T. I OmPi
; Mrs. Marvin Dobbs and family Buie Crosby of Jacksonville CALL
past few months rabies has noon from 3 to 5 o'clock. The Crosby, William Crosby, Mrs.

I run a course through Columbia in Mulberry and Mrs.Rich- color scheme was green and were. visiting their parents, E. L. crawford. .Mrs. Ira Wil4on ''I ;

I. part of Bradford, and Into ard Sikes in Dade City, and pink. Sheet cake 'and, greenPuneh' Mr and 'Mrs. C. :C,' ,Crosby' I,. Mrs. Ray McKinney, 964,7511; Appliances

riri 'Alachua;COUnties. .. her niece, Mrs. Otis. Snyder- -was"nerved to the,75 Wednesday.'We M.r<:-,Charlie McKinney:. of
Two things w.can do-re- in Lakeland. guests who called during the : all extend our!deepest Starke. -Mrs. Nit.Brawn, ,Ho- .

port any suspicious situationsand :Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish party hours. The hostesses sympathy Jo-:.:Mrs..C. "IS. Ellis ward-Brown; Mr..and!Mrs- R.Sutherland AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR

it you own a dog, have and Mrs. Mary Mott visited presented'tftfem' with a beau- in the :loss of her.father: :, Mrs BL of Staxke'and

.Open 7 Days 7 a. m. to 11 p.-m. the___ DeWitt__ ..n_ Crews___n_ in_ JacksonFriday. ______- tiful set of Andirons. :William Lee, of.Roclelle,:Tex_ ; Mrs."Bill'Graham'and daugh- Maytag Frigidaire Zenith

vIDe Carr and'Tompkins Nuptials'Rev. : of'JAcksonyille. AND UP
mont. Also Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Flem- and Mrs. :Malcolm as.Mr.. and Mrs. 'Earl Spencer The honored guests received GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00
BIRDSEYE FROZEN FILLETPjCHM39 Wilson and daughter: Betty ing of Lake City and Mr. and Thompkins of Orlando announce and children of Barksdale Air many lovely gifts.
Ostrander, Ohio. Mrs. W. F. Waters and children .. .
June, from of their -, tl
the marriage '- __=
While here, we hope they en- and Ronnie Waters all -
I daughter, Barbara Ann, to '
C of Florida's sunshine of Miami the Monday
Paul Carr, son of Mrs. Con- I'
and also some of that good old guests of the Tompkins and .
nie Cauly of Mascotte, on July DIRECTORY
sunshine, too. They will Halls. AREA BUSINESS
liquid 6, at Folkston, Ga. Rev. r
be around for a couple of weeks Mr. and Mrs. John Ross Wieford Harden officiated.The .

visiting friends around this and children, and Mrs. John .. I ."
'attendantwas --
brides only .
Iu HamburgerFRESH Box and children attended Miss Pat Driggers.The .-.-. ..... --I

area.Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Cox were the Tri-State Fellowship bride wore street 'SEWING MACHINES
visiting Mr. and Mrs. length dress of white lace and ... .
'GROUNDIb. Starling Sunday. The Cox's reside Baptist Church. veil of- illusion
silk organza.. Her Johnson & Paris Machine
in Pomano Beacru Clifford Yarborough of San was attached to a crownof Hull's Brake Supply Sales ServteeMillerBrown Parts Sewing

Miss Sharon Cain is visiting Antonio, Texas, son of C. E. Inc.Complete
seed pearls. She woe'scorsage "BRAKE SPECIALISTS MotorsInc.
Miss Diane Star'inr.. Yarborough of Ralford, Is of white sweetheartroses. ] Line of Service Co.

spending the summer here ,For Every Car 01'mock,, SEEDSPLANTS-
A birthday supper was with his father and grand : Turning Grinding Ruining FB 2-5532 FERTHJZEES New Home WfcteNeeeU
at tne home of is of _
jOt Friday night The bride a graduate
Yarbor- 1020 J:. University ATS.. Insecticides -Pet Supplies I'S
Mrs. Mattie Davis. The occa- mother, Mrs. Rubye Colonial High School and is I While You Wait aft

\sion was to celebrate five different ough. employed by the attorneys i 1111 S. Main Gainesville Gainesville .\'We Rent Fertilizer byreaders Sales & Service

I birthdays in the monthof Mr.- and- -Mrs. Russei Connerand the- First- National- Bank in FR 29829'AUTO 224 N. W. JW1 Ave. I Repairs On All Hakes

I'\I I July. Three of Mrs. Davis' 3 sons of Tampa are Orlando. B,&,G Motors Co. FR 2947SGainesville. Ave. Ga.1nNVih.
I S15 W. UniT. ,
Carlton, the luth spending a weeks vacation from I CADILLAC OLDS13OBILE
I sons were The groom graduated .
Fla. S76-107S
'Ernest, the 31st, Albert, the with their parents and grand- Lindley Hopkins in Miami RADIATORSi i F85 HTT.T.MAySales I

I'23rd and two grandchildren, parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Jim. and is employed as teletype! Butler's RadiatorS and Senrioo HI-FI STEREO I

_ !Michael Davis, the 18th, and Conner. operator for the Orlando Sen- tool N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 .

the 24th. and Mrs. Jay Moody of .r FR 6-7515 Tunes .ROOFING
I Susie Bushloper, Mr. tenial Star newspaper, emce Top
Mochael Davis1 is from Durham, Jacksonville were the Sunday The couple was honored at "The Biggest Little Record
CORNED BEEF can 39CGEORGIA North caroline and Susie Bush- evening guests of her mother, a reception at the home of Meet Modem Cores In .Stock DODGE LANCES Shop in the South" The Helzel Co.
loper from Jacksonville. All Mrs. Ada Kelly. the brides brother, Mallafy 'Repairs An Gars Trick IQ-FI Stereo Component Dealer ROOFING
Parts Serrice
who attended were Mr. 'and 3 Mr. and Mrs. Howard: Lang Tompkins, 'the'brides National Trailer. .Rectal Sales USED- CARS-TOO Pilot Harman Karden SHEET METALS
REDTOMATOES Mrs. Carlton Davis and son, and guests at- 619'8. W. 4th Ave., Gaiievflk Garrard
_ and children of Jacksonville, parents. Fifty KLH Fairchild AIR CONDITIONINGNo

2 cans 25c Mrs.. Jimmy. Davis! all of, Wal- I and Mrs. Nancy Thornton tended. Out of town guestsLet's FR2-Oi9t Poole-Gable Motors 811 W. Union Ave. GainesvilleFR Job Too Large Or Too Small

d b'e.rso. Irene Busliloper and : 'A A 119 S. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville %-%728MDIES 202 S. E. 4th St. GalnesviUa
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son and k AUTO SALES & SERVICE FR 2-4S4S FB 2-1491

Southern YAMS No. 2Yz cans |gc ville who spent the weekend;\ IMPJmUL.CBBDLB WEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davia and Automatic TranMnissions I
North Carolina I fiLYHOUTBV.uuNT'; Cherry'sMost
son of Durham Eat

JIM DANDY GRITS SIbs' 29* and Ricky Strickland also of Authorized Sales Part ONE MAKESREPAIR DAY SERVICEALL a .nesY111e'. Fashionable' VACUUM CLEANERS

Durham, North Carolina. They ;. Service AND EXCHANGE Address For Ladies

.-- returned home .Saturday; Mr. DRESSES SUITS -COATS All Makes Of Vaoaeme
PORK 8 BEANS Show Boat and Mrs. Albert Davis and Gator Automatic ACCESSORIES "U It Needs Repairs

BLACK EYED 3 19 C children of Waldo Mr. and Mrs.\ 'Co. *
PEAS children of! Transmission Service. 105 W. University, Gainesville ..BrinsInTofOrbyV
Alvin Davis and _- '
Nii .. Usi vACUU1IISAuthorized
WITH CHEESE Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.\ FRIED GHIGKEMt FB 2-2551 MOVER Kirby Distributor
of 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. 0.) I
3 Lb. ARMOURS With $5 Food Order F. B. Davis and children I 204 N. Main. Gainesvffl Gainesville PHONE 372-0372
Graham. One of Mrs.: DavJs'children Gainesville
Ma1a I
\ ANDBARBEQUE Used Can'- 312 N. \ Kirby
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and j MayflowerLOCAL

I\family of Saint .Augustine.I SUFFER : THAT ALL,YOUR Sales & Service
PET MILK 3t1.cans 39cFROZEN i Everyone had a wonderful time CONCRETE PRODUCTS
land we know that Mrs. Davis I COMET FIAT \ ARE.THE.BEST FROM DISTANCE MOVING I! 8. W. lit CaincsvUkWELDING

I is happy to ,report that she is\ .. ." Authorized. Sate Sanfct- fcdwarda Storage And Crating FB 1711S
: Building
CREAM PIES to Serve I Parts
Ready I the proud grandmother of 20 1I .- Gainesville FB 6-5224 1

CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY 43/1 I (I grandchildren and one great\1 Tr&1DecI"HeehJ.ftlet Gad ''. Supply, Inc. -

LEMON COCONUT {I grandson. Michael Strickland is Wharf VsedCaraBarkley, '73'B. S. Main FR 2-4844 .?!!"sIC SUPPLIES

|spending the month of August)II Lawtey Strawberry Motors Gainesville. P & i

Siesta ICE MILK2 Gal. 59c I with Mrs. Davis aM the Carl-I .r.ELECTRIC LiE fian' Music Store
ton Davis family of 615 N. !dais. GateesTiB \ MOTORS Universal Welding
Robert Cain was out this 'mot I "Gainesrflle Leader"6iaee

_ WATER GROUNDPLANTATION way Saturday visiting his SATURDAY AUGUST 4TH. Crane Motor Co l 1.'lectric Motor 195JEBAHAVES CompanyPipe

MEAL; 51bs.BUCK'S grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. \Repair 1 1aF Co. i WINTER-
42c Carl Jones, and other friends 5:30 P.M. .- : < CABLE jDolumns Steel Fabric*
I and relatives. PIANOS PIANORGAN8 tion. Steel Repair -
Next week your old correspondent ; ,Sponsored By B CHORD 'OBGANS -$151$315'QWta TraSen
Richard,Cain, will be Authorized Sales .8errte9. SPECIAL DESIGN
iE I back with you. "Complete Service for ASMakes' 'SALSAKD'BSS7ICS -Drum* Sheet Oroameatal Irea Work

GROCERY & MARKE1Half Remember. go to Church Board '1)L &t1butGr 'of 3Srsae"Ta ..
LawteyRecreatiOn New Lte&ain Metaa" Budgets 519 S Aiafa G&JnuvD1t
and Sunday School every week.: lOt E. University AT* *. -

Mile\ North# Of City Limits U. S. 301 The, churches do need every- ,FB 2-4251 \ ... B.2-1m. 1.5331u2aL. .. IBS.34U

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t. T 'Y T TTT !... T..T TT. .1 V At !' Naval
J" t' Keystone Rotary VVYYTVYVVVYYYYYVYVYVVi at Great Lakes, Ill.,
1 1V
Lrftj I 1 Station. Also training at Great
KEYStftNE .1LL1GllTSBy : j Lakes is Jim Eichelsderfer.

... .': 0'l lpj NELROSEI.1' Roth am-
'Better Now Miss Linda Joyce
,, .'. t Reapportion !
: : : ( I
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Marj. &Schaeffcr r ; '::1,, : -' _. i I mer $pent? a few days Yith( her
_... ,;; !I grandparents. Mr. an4 Mrs.
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p- .--- ,. f H CoQrtsD.olt"Sen./ Cross I
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New Post. Office wili'bVa good man. 'Construe-' ";;; The winners of the Melrose Miss Sandra McNeil of

Open For Business I ion".of four Classrooms' haa L # .% I Duplicate Bridge Club inclu- Gainesville spent' Saturday. in
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The new Keystone Heights .jinf and 'should t 'complet-. ....... '4 The dilemma facing Florida predicted that the "majority ded the following: Mrs. Roland Melrose.
Post Office was open for business ed within a' short time. The t egislators since a.Federal court Wock" will hang onto their| Bryan and Mrs. Val Givens -V q3rQI.Ford of Bushnell recently -

on :Monday morning. July, 2th' grade will be added, andas .>< -i V V rjjling ordering I: appor j
30, following a busy weekend ''yu know we are"working .<.... I ment.of both.* house of the I Boyd and Mrs.Y.. H. Davie,I Bobby Tison.
for Miss Gladys Thus acting: tQward accreditation, by t the .t V tate. legislature was! discussed, I Second place; Mrs. Mary Mr.. aui Mrs. ,John Beller-

postmaster. and her staff. Southern Association .." This : by $tat Senator J. .Emory Sen. Cross said it would be V Cook Miss Iva Hillyer, Mrs.! jeau of Indian River: .City vis-

Everything" seemed: to be mailing I seems to answer all questions ; Crossat. thejfcystone H ghtsRotary better for the Legislature togo Ray Crabtree, and Mrs. Clyde I 1 ited hEr: parents..M$; and,Mrs.

smoothly"except for people being asked by parents and' ., .'.. V Club last Friday. ahead and devise some, Simpson, tied for third place.! C. A.. Ford,. receI:1t: ,.
who 'discovered' that 'although pupils alike. It seems to be I Sen. Cross said, that the migration Visitors recently at the I!
,_. fairer formula of '
they 'had, the,sains: < number as at the old post office So,1\ let's get behind our-school, : rural to the metropolitan! .areas | Tison and family were Mr. I i MELROSE. V
: e courts
lasVweefc' in and do it1 i
Here J Keysfone&& post office looked fceforrf'ifrtJpen&Tfor business on
new in recent Jiad thrown' Kenneth W Griffith
t years and Mrs. RussellVoodar I ; Rev.
,- the cornbiruiticm wis entirely and support bur principal : I %
different They did.: 't eVen if* you have decided to Monday ..JuJyThe( ,new,facility'?: is completely air-conditioned and has a 7,040. square foot "londa/a, reapportionment! for be, the them.worst He said this would{| and children Mike Sheila L ;I I rastor. .
realz; 'they were suppose*!'.to send your child to another highs parkingarea, both of which are'distinctive improvementS. rmula.out of balance. He. said since-the: courts possible, would ,!i; and Joan of Ft. McCoy and L : Sunday School 9::45 I.In.I .
come in the previous reke1Uto hool.' As the saying goes, "Ifyouain't that, at present, both: ,houses : Miss Sharon Woodard of 1 n I Worship 11 a. m. c .

learn their new, combination's. .- i tried it. don't knock Completely Air-Conditioned V V :are elected. and_ controlled ly1 and base the everything big counties on population would be' Gainesville. V :
it.'i! a small minority of Florida vot I EPISCOPAL
And of course there were V I ; left in control of both houses. |I! Midshipman Robert C. Las- TRINITY
those who 'knew*their cOIllbin '- Zikes.Are! Grandparents-Again I ers ,from' the" non-metropolitan. seter of U.SNaval Academy,, CHURCH, MELEOSR,
'If do .
P. th.ey that, the small "
Modern Q.
tions but couldn't make them I kfr. .and Mrs. William Case Keystone Opens areas counties can kiss their racetrack V Annapolis, Md. is visiting his, I Holy, Days- 10 a. m..,Hol1I

work the first time.: Miss. ? ,Tittis.. I QTCjncinnati,. Ohio, announce He said that in his opinion money and. gas tax money mother MrsJ.. A. Lasseter!, I Sundays, 10 a. m-: Church

has asked us to say that 'if l :hs birth of a son, their-fourth Keystone Heights openedits traption to anyone who asks. lease' is {lor give1'T years' withan the .best'solutipn to ,the prob- goodbye" Sen., Cross ,said.I I Mr. and Mrs. Maxie King fare : Sqhool. 11:45 a. m. Morning

you i.eed help, she will sho'v child on Thursday, July 23, in new, modern, air-condi Workmen have finished additional two year option. tern would beL' for one: house .V The speaker was introtluced: visiting in South, .Carolina. Prayer and Sermon : IFirst"

you how to open your box. Asa our.Lady of Mercy Hospital in t1onedVpost office at Lawrence planting greens and flowers The post office site was the (the Senate) to be. elected.' on'. by Roy Watkins who had with relatives and friends. i I I Sunday. Holy Communion]. 6

matter )t f-u-t. tre sr>eat th?'Cinci naU. Mrs Case was the Blvd. and Cardinal St. Monday at the street frontage, area subject of local controversy an,,area basis and the House? of I charge of the Charlotte and Carol Johnson p.p1s Episcopal Younj Churchmen. -
better part of Monday; IP the: former; Patty Zike; daughter July 30.Notonly which, with the,extensive use .for a while last year since it Representatives on a population I of Orlando, nieces of Mrs., ,
V Vcimunion.
lobby, assisting bewildered box. of )tr. and 'Mrs. Raleigh. Zike ; is the building air- of, glass will make the new was originally zoned as resi- asis. This is the same plan McGee. are visiting, 'Mr. and I I .

openers. of Keystone) Heights. I conditioned, but it also has a, post office in its contemporary dential property., Later, after used in the national, C ngress, I Mayor Neilson Mrs. L. R. McGee and' family. ,The Rev. Lee W. Heat n.

For the most part people New Road I ''.04O square foot area for 1 design an attractive addition securing consent from ownersof Sen.; Cross, said, and would Chris Spires is in. training;: Vicar. V V

have tha same :)Ox number!i W1ir n you see road, do parking and movement! pos: j to Keystone Heights' adjoining property, the city maintain the balance, of powerin Of Interlachen
had in the otncr office have to out both distinctive':business council ,the property the ,state between, the large
they post you.. a. yen find tal vehicles, street. rezoned .. I
but in some cases, it was i: where" it goes 3V f I. have found improvements over the old of-. The main building is a 52 making this ideal site 'available and small counties. He said t.

necessary to change 1 :, because of f, out; In number of instances. x 44 foot structure providingan for its present UsC.V that ,he believed. the Ftdera. I. The mayor of Interlachen. $

the size of tti-j box, etc.' :Mi! s I that: it usually is a dead-end fice.So far only one problem has interior of 2,161 {square The' volume--of mail ban-: courts would accept such a plan Ernest A. Neilson, about 69

Tillis asks that if 'your box; with! no pl 'ce: to turn around(; developed' at the new: facilitysome' feet. A 29 x 20 foot loading dIed at the Keystone Heights V as V fair' reapportionment. died Monday July 30, in Pa- .jf SMARI1r

number b different, please use' Therefore we hesitated to take box holders were 'unable platform allows ample room office has Increased 'almost Sen. Cross said, however latka .from a heart attack ,

your box number In the return. the new: road that-goes out past to open their boxes. Ac- for handling mail in and out every year. Over.,400 patrons tht the big counties probablywill Ir while driving a car. I "'. I"'' -I .. tI .
address in every envelope ,O{, the' school* house. 'We did 'the cording to the acting postmaster of the office.Supervision. are present box Users while I not want to settle for less Neilson was a native of Co-.

card and mention to all you next best thing": and called I Mr Miss Gladys Tillis. of constructionof 170 are being'served on Rural L than control of both house of penhagen, Denmark and was

correspondents' that you havea John Bird who informed Us combinations on .the boxes the building has been by Route One.. the legislature wnicn would I a retired employe of the Museum You CanSay

new number and ask that that when it is completed it Have been changed. Miss Til- Col. John Beidler with JamesE. V In. addition to Miss Tillis, a "be worse" in his opinion than t of Natural History in ( :

they use it'hsneeforvh, in addressing V will be a short-cut to Fla. Rt. lis said she '"spent the better McDonald as architect. veteran of 19 years, the Pos. the. pr sent control of both ij;1 New York City. He also worked -

mail to you. This wiL:! 100, and it will be a boon to part'of the opening day Mon- V The building is owned by Office has four clerks: Mrs;. houses by the small counties. I with the Florida State Museum That7Tk

make is Ibuch easier1" for Jal I school bus drivers and their, day *explaining combinationsto Col.,Harold W. Ashley of Melrose MargieHall, Mrs.. Edna Baker The speaker said that he had ii!i in Gainesville for four

the post office"'staff' and In' passengers. It will eliminate puzzled box holders. The who'has made.the buDding Mrs. .Inez, Lawrence, and Mrs: supported the 67 senator plan!I years. He was a naturalized

crease their efficiency so fiat: the: necessity for a bus to go offer is/still open and Miss available under the Post BetU Sprow. Keystone's only: (oae,,for each ..county) since 1 citizen and a Mason. Again !1

they can serve you better. clear to the traffic light to come Tillis says she is willing-to Office Department's lease- rural carrier. Donald Shackle-.. 1957,.but did not see much.;hop s\\I Survivors include his widow,I t

Good News) About Out Schoo I into town. There is also the explain' the' new-fangled con- construction program. T he 'ford. to put. th s into effect since an i Mrs. Ernest Neilson) and a

Like most Keystoners we added nazard of the morning amendment) ,V I incorporating this sister and niece in East Ber- VV

have been concerned with tfui i thih' shining\ through the traffic plan*, waq ,.defeated by the ;lin.

school At last we have ha'ti iI light,1,! .making it difficult stoneHeights is the new owner and Mrs. Robert Jackson were All of them had the compli pepple in a referendum several I

a bit of good newi from H."C, tor ihe driver to distinguish a of the property on Lawrence: taking a short cut on a sand at'ed job of maintaining eigh years.ago.A Restaurant. V

Long our County Superhite:!. r di, fcgh\j from a green light. Blvd.,. which until Saturday road in Bob's car on Monday *.far: ,33 consolidating some; ..
dent of Scho i.t In a lett i- we: hv$' road will connect with July 28, belonged' to George: afternoon, July 23. and: the grades of grammar school andfoifr smaJL.senatorial/ >,districts: ; .anj I LAWRENCE'S: II

received last week Long states:: fti. ifto'friear the.Villa Plumosa. LaRue. The large building and car skidded in the deep sand grades of' high' school In j giving rdditionaJ']<, .sen tor, to: DINETTEG6od .I;V V ,. VV

We now hav? a Pnhclfa K>"W tiwner of the corner'lot and the Mini- and!rammed a tree.' Bob V too, four class-rooms.: Yes, ,Key'. thebi coujiyes.: Sen.Cross! said. Food Cold Beer,
for the / .- tfifcJnl&s" Putt Golf Course sold tan he, :qVldl sot, picture th .,.smaU7 _
Keystone School Mj r [ Property were had head injuries, but he was stone had a high school before OPEN SUNDAYS 1Witli

Phillip Knuth, who I be1k eve' ,, 14ir 'Ycn Steadman of Key- auction on Saturday. released from the hospitalthe -anci a good one.'accord! county the.senat senators. aJt this, .time who control voting; 11 A. M. To 9 P. M. 1\ ut tking; a step outside her home,thi little

CHURCH NEWSSt. same day. some. of the alumni. At least \
t- ,. toVmergthefidii 4ieta and lady just paid all her monthly bills in ten minutes
William's : "Robert Plummer on leave thejr had good teachers I put i 21 Keystone Heights j V flat.
I thejnse.Lves, put, ,of. "9ffi e. ,He IHY
AMBULANCE SERVICE On Wednesday, July 25, a I from Okinawa was a guest Commander and Mrs. Robert .,\i They included: Rent, Electricity and Gas, Depart
PHOXE-964-2600 of ladies of the Parish! of Mr. and Mrs. John Bird Lambert 'and :xjhildren .!
group i -THE RIGHT POINT for the, ment Store, Grocery, Club Dues, Insurance and
t last week. He"came to Keystone -. went: to Marietta II
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD met at the..home of, Mrs. Herbert 'Ga.,:-on way you write. and 'UNWANTEDHAIR Doctor's Bills.
to see, his retirement Friday July 2 I. for Welcome I II
: Witt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Nelson at 10:30: a.m. to property in the Bird Addition. Hbme Ceremonies for the men select yomr-favorite ESTER-i : How did she do it? .J
the of the ; Ten. TELEGRAPH OFF!
organize workings
Starke, Fla. I White Elephant Shop in MelroseT Mr.: Plummer. is in charge of of Patrol'8quadron"VP74rof .,-, I i By Check of course.. ,
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RENTAL SERVICES the Special Services Hobby which Commander Lambert I Sthe i FOREVER I Receipts?
Pi sent Mrs. It-I't. V
were Mary
Shop at Naha Air Base at Commanding Officers ..- I tSTr ANNBS EPISCOPAL !There's
1 receipt quite so convincing as a cancelled
Hospital Beds Whfel\ l Chairs Crutches I Robinson, Mrs. Pearl Wing n- Edmund DwyerELECTROLOGIST V
Okinawa. Sunday, the' f CHURCH
Lamberts attend KEXTQNEI: check. It ends all arguments before they begin.
-- V bach,. ,Mrst Mildred Sutton, I, ;
V ed the
V Susan Bird of : Ceremonies -
daughter Records
Mrs. Margaret Pater Mrs. Lucille : Rev. \1ni.. W. Worstall, Vit-ar. I j. ?
and Mrs. John Bird. left of VP-741 at the Jacksonville 107 W. Ave.
Da vie,iand Mrs. Mary K. on Daily*Mwniog Prayer I'Ma University A glance at her check stubs will tell her what, when,

That's, Our Business I'Schaeffer: Mrs. Nelson served Monday week of this week for a 741'WWl Naval Airf"'Station., VP JM..,Daily..Evening. Prayer, 5!I Ph. FR 2-8039 G'ville.' { were and how much right ta the penny.
at Camp Waycross at composed: 'of men
"IfV It's, Glass We Have It"I' her guests coffee and rolls. Waycross Ga. from the Atlanta Jacksonville p.m. Sunday. 9:30 am. I I Keystone Hts. Ph. 4379 ; Talk abOut an easy aid to budgeting -,, this is it!
I Notes of thanks have been .
Holy Eucharist, on 1st and )

FOR CALL ANY WRITE GLASS or VISIT NEED !I Veterans ceived, from Hospital patients in Lake at City the and Mr.son and Tony Mrs. A.well Bruce as 'areas., and'Th men Southern.from VP Florida 674 Morning 3rd Sundays each, month.I I I I! THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
on 2nd and ,
for the little "ditty" bags I Mrs. J.; W. Peeples and son were the ones who came from. : l"O'i I 4' ,
I the Sunday. Litany Serviceon g'l' f II .
V .SHEAIS GLASS CO. i j J furnished St. William's them Altar by members of Waldo are guests, of Fernandina at the White Beach Feather Welcome-home Atlanta area ceremonies--hence.; duet the. any 5th Sunday. Evenin I I I MEMBER F.D.I.C. V ,

:(NOT INC.) j On Monday evening Society.August Court for a vacation. () thedea"Ctivation'of VP 741. Prayer, 5 pJn.: :TRIC GlASS BOIIO: I'I A, Friendly Bank fn A Friendly Community ,

"Formerlr Joe Peters Glass Co." 6)) there will be a Parish Covered Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Peeplesare Miss Carol i, Ashton of Se- FIRST BAPTIST i; V BOATS Keystone Heights, Fla.
LASS sisters. V .verna Park.. Md., and Mrs. .
We Design Modern Store Fronts Dish Supper at the Recreation V KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; -,-

Just Mail Us A PatternTable For I HaU, starting at 6:15: p.m. Dr. Margaret Shaw an instructor Margaret 'Ahlers of Baltimore. -
in the Pharmacy Mtf.: arrived about a month J. R. Smith pastor, T
Tops I Every family in the parish is Ralph
Depl. at University of North ago for a visit with Mrs. Ah- Copeland, Minister of
1313 .N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I I it bring urged is to attend.their favorite. All they. dish neel- Carolina at, Chapel Hill. N. ler '-80n-in-1 w and daughter.Mr and church organist. Music KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE!

-- be it, a meat dish a vegetable Q. Is the guest of Mrs. Halle and Mrs. George LaRue Seric s: Sunday School

casserole':'a salad, or a dessert.: Whitmore and her"Daughter, of; Keystone Club Estates i I 9:45: a. m. Morning. Worship

fOR I Table settings and coffee and Jean, on Keystone Lake. Mrs., Ahlers 1 returned home:on 10:50: a. m. 'Training Union BUSINESS DIRECTORY

rolls will be furnished. These Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Dey Monday of this week; but I 7:00: p. m. Evening service V

.4 A suppers are always most enjoyable and thre children returned Carol wilt remain until. school:I 8:01: p. m .You- 'are invited to ,

and the food is always home this past weekend from fitarts.r \ V share family Prayer time with

delicious. a5. vacation trip to their form- The 'LaRues are planning :us. FLORIST NURSERY J
!James H.
UVfl Personals ef home at Portage: Pa.' to .move 'into their beautiful J McEachern

( Mr.: and Mrs. Lewis, H.. 1.,... Larry Joe Bicks son of Mr. new homer; on': Lake:Keystone i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Edna Williams Clemens NurseryOver I Realtor .
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and Mrs. Dyal Baldree, entered about; August.8.,. V COMMtINITYCRL'RCUDr. i '
'1 bert of West New York, New : FLORIST-NURSERY GOO Varitles of !
Hope Haven InJacksonville Mrs. George LaRue Mrs. on WHITK SAND LAKE
jLot J
Jersey, are guests at White FLOWERS Shrubs Jre fc iioueplants.
$: : Feather, Court; Mr. Lebert. a ] on Sunday of LaRue's mother Mrs. Margaret A. c. Holt, Minister I For AH Occasion* Citrus & Azalea* Palms. $2,250 Also lots and home ell
1i I tnis.wweek for 1. Ahlers and her other Mrs. George A. Ca&ova, Organist other lakes.
ttred surgery
i Ilelroie
LocomotiveEngineer.. Is Phone:. GR 5-2331 -Hiway 100 at Hillcrest
Mf. and'Mrs. John house-guest. Carol Ashton and Director. '
king' forward to making hisetirement Bird en- 22 Miles East ,of
F LORIDAMr! home in Keystone rtalned 'friends on Sundayevening 1 and Mrs. $. E. McKay spent Richard ,Cashmxn Youth Dir. .INSURANCE'Murrhee V Keystone Heights

.. He served with LIe with a genuine Chinese two days last week ,seeing :,Sunday Jch90I.; 9:45 a. m. t' I Contact Edna Slartin AMociat
dinner points of interest in south M rning Worship 11 a. m.f Insurance JAMES II
( 'ew, York Central Railroad for complete with NURSERY STOCK )IcEACHERN
ROYAL, PALM { 45 years before retirement. ChopsticksAfter experimenting Florida. They enjoyed seeing f Fthe I Youth People 7 p.m. Pio" 31 P. O. Box 163. Phone 4106

g QiMw Mrs Helen l Egan' returned with Chop-sticks for Citrus Tower, Cypress I neers. 6 p. m. AgencyGeneral 3' Azalea 50c & up ,1 Keystone Height, Fla.
to Azaleas
home from a; polite period of time the Gardens, the Boi Tower, and Insurance Special $2.00 ,ea.
MOTEL Bradford County
I Hospital guests settled'down to serious the Great Masterpiece. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Fire -,Casualty Bonds Landscaping Material AvailableSee -
I after on Friday July 27. eating with conventional ut- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gardner coMMUxrri: CHURCH V Allied lAnes Out PJaats Before. .You.Buy.I J. .

Fully-air-conditioned I tests for Boeing a week.hospitalized for 1 sil. Dinner guests included! and Mr. and Mrs. Everett;! Keystone Height 2731 0. C. Carnes Nursery S. E.fMcKay, Realtor

wal : Mike Zike has I Mr. Bird's brother; Dr. George Fox drove to Cedar Keys on I Summer schedule through I Florahome, 684-466S. # .. /
"VaII-to come
carpeting again home Bird, and ,Dr.. Bird's son Jon. Sunday and" ate dinner, atone June- July and-August: Sun- ,.. When It Comes To Lake Front.. .' Pro ertr. DOIMI

Free TV, phones V I after Ohio,visiting:with his in Cincirnnatt three I from, Syracuse. N. Y.; Mrs. of the fJsta1UWltsthfre.! I''day School la 8:45 son. 'Sunday I I&rvites INSURANCEGO PACKAGE STORE and Acreage." V .. -
I J:1.
w I\ming\ pool i sisters;' Mrs.. William cas .I l ame,.Gunther from Michigan -1- I, FIRST CLASS! t

Mrs. : ; Mrs,. Donna Walrath,j Geo. E. LaRue Keystone _
Excellent restaurant next door Harry Biehl. arid Miss, I Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE Heights Ph. Ion
from North Carolina Miss ,. .
VV Golf course near Janet Zike. ..I Gertrude House, of Keystone; ; I' ZIKE DECORATING SHOP 'J Keystone Heights : STORE \ -
Another son of Mr.. and I I Agt. For TRAVELERS OPEN 8 A. M.-12
I I and"Mr'and
Credit cards honored. Mrs. Raleigh Zike Eddie'Zikeis .Mrs. Frapk Merrill -I! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4505 Insurance Company SUNDAYS Winif ed H.
of Jacks I1ville. Mrs. Mer- '' -
home hithe
again after being BoiueOnmenAutomobile

1250" .Cleveland. St.. .(.State,. 60) : army for two ,years 'Edjlie; rill is. better as Dr known Helen professionally .Mer.rill. -:, Paints & Painting Aids Fire Keystone Meiroc Also Highway t CRAWFORD

was discharged at Fort Knox Tel 4692- Day 4325 Nite Blue Pine
P.ackaga: Store & Bar'
CLEARWATER Dean of Women at 'Jacksonville DURALJTE I DU : \
J. on July T. He will be"-around 1 I t .. Rt 100 South fi**. Real Estate Broker
# !, Keystone until ,fall when' he ,University" MILLWORK VV
Ii I bopes to enter college.. It is interesting to note that V 4 ... ., ? : .** ; Lake rirjperfiM' Acreage: .

., i.! We are happy to know thatfeodney among the guests: at ,Bi{d.s Custom_ Made Drapes & Traverse Rods ; Keystone V -REAL ESTATE Zac1!? :\ -..' !:!t.. clt7

Paul: son'' V !.1 and Chinese Dinner," three- were : Pbnls Jo Pta4flfF' o'as' -.D Fertilizers Millwork Shop Home :Rentals
fRE'E.1 !' : educators, and &U three had C. J. Pete "We '
'. i iWrn. Mrsl'Carlton'PauI.Ts-.recovej-V O'ConnorItEALTOIt' rntA ggrannaJ. Interest
at timf or another bee Yard Tools fhsecticidts f
lI ro t1 en! new IT-AYR OWUEm I Ing nicely from his accident !,one, 9 I Sundry ItemsOON.TRACflNG. >) In Your Requirement"
M'g flmotlIVi, t coast'to'eo $-lfIIPtC... : He hoped to' come" home,from Principal of Keystone Heights: I r. .. ,t WINDOW FRAMES -' -
Motor Iloisli.V I SchooL And last Frldar."OlirState : SCREENS.Trim'MaterWa. II, Midway: Keystone Ha1tti
tad.end qrov1 by Congrctc:of ; BradfordCounty Hospital on .y ,. ," -7 REAL ESTATE" '
V I I )dond of fceek.Rodney p Treasurer Ed Larson. i PhoneU V '-'MelrowGB '-
; J D y.4505-.Ni.ght4417
inMown/a-nd t tob.Vis : Sub Slide
he. To OrdetKsYitikn&
.,. L __ 'and Bob Jackson: ;;: son of Capt Principal I V .MORTGAGES-' AEPRAISAUKeystone .,'. ,'ZJ..,... ..._. ,8udepJ _.._ -
V... .. I once of the SchooL
r-; "-''' rb t* "" .t.I .. .lJ L ( .. ,. .. .. VL Height TeL UI:SfVV !
,1' J -- ._._ ., Heights.
I V V *c U- -? H --' < : :-::-J :: '': -= . .. :, _._'0. Phone.--,,- .. 429'_ 7tV r .. A298Ixa3b.17,.t f..? V



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-I RRUOKER .' .j r*.:*:,i : :'fi; ..;:;';:.;tll;:...; f9,: ..,. : )' Gu4, BLUE RIBBON' 7 CUT


BjrMiss. Slaitl i : FARMER GRAY PIC RIB LB. 6'I'

4AAAiAAAaaiaavAA.; k. : : ,,. ,
Linksavsage: LB.59 s. /,'.'
Jane Mann. wag the -' : ; '
weekend guest of Miss Pam. P4.C.,SLICED SPICED
Outlaw! ,, in LaCrosse. x ., Lunch meat 10 OZ PKG. .or 39 CHUCK (BONELESS) Round bone BLUE RIBBON BEEF
i'isS.Jackie Parrish of.Jacksonville ... -.
\ is home: foij i a two FARRIER GRAY ALL -" Sii6riribs"3<

weed's' visitrwitb. her parents, "
!Ire ,and,.__ Mrs. Leg :Parrlsh; :, g RIBBON69c ROASTS9* BLUE RIBBON BEE49 F

ld family.i I IZ"ER
._Mrs. Iva Douglas. Mrs. DaveGreen i BLUE Plate sfewif*
key attended the Home Dem- .. .
6nstratIdhClab;; Council Meei- STARKE, FLA. 'l, ..MAYFA1R 0.ROLL CREAMERY -- '

day.fog at After the' .State lunch Farm the group TUes- i .. LIMIT ONE POUND WITH

toured Greenhouse.the State Prison .'.. 'j'r.';.'. .1:.' . ;. ; ... '' B U ,'T' EI: $2.50 FOOD ORDER LB. 59 e

Friends of Mrs. W. T. Blair :" ;
,',. .
regret to hear of the sudden r ,. % LLC..W.
death of her brother J. D.
Douglas Saturday in Lake T

Butler.Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell
and daughters Regina and :
i Rhonda and Pat Bigham 0 T 1
spent the weekend at Salt &

Springs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney I
and sons of Gainesville visit-
Id Mr. and' Mrs:T. W. Mark 'I'I .
y. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl t
Green V 'Saturday' night. 1 I I F-_ a -
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mattaind
Ricky were the weekend .- -t
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall Mott and. family y in
I Lakeland. James Mott :returned C
home! w\th\ them after a
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week's-Mr.: and visit.Mrs W.. J. Pearson s

of key West visited Mr.. and r -
lira: Eugene Crosby and Mr.

I and Mrs. Ar I. Mann jecently.. i SHOULDER CUTLAMBCHOPS Flo. or Ga. Grade A leg It Brjaif (*ftktibj{ ).

weekend Most Ophelia guest Moore of "}was fr. and the .. LB. 39 e FRYER PARTS L -49*

Mrs. Will Lewis in Plant City. I !\ .. ,
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Mrs. Earl Green Linda and \ : ::: ::::::::::::::::: -
FREE :. t '''; :: ... .:..:: :: ::: ; : : ; : : :::!: : :::: ::::: : ; ; ;; :: ; : ;
Cherle. visited Mrs. F. M. 50 MERCHANTS t! !:,:..::..::.... ::::eafood: .::':.. :. : ...
Vickery Ann. and Davi'j. in ;I C>o( Green Stamps r r ::;::":' : ....:.:.. :: S:.;;: :Dairy:: I .:Pept::: ::
Gainesville Monday, afternoon. With the purchase of ,. ;::;:;::; '
14 oz. Bottle ((89 Size) -jMEATVWhite
_ 'way you.;ante,, Come In and i LISTERINE I Shrimp ''La; 19r Daisy cheese L6, 49
_ I select your l vo9k. EI TER- At Our M&&duud4 ( .
Regular low
: Moo fArMji4
BfcOOK.Fonnkln ten. DRESSED
.GSAP .., 1 t
snHh: i\tKxno\ J_ LIMIT$5.00 FOOD ORDER WHITING.'i.B.15f American'Cfi.CARDINAL d PKG.OZ 2S.
U'HS1'En:: sum-run ''3.Uu.: d fRESH CAUGHTMULLET PURE FRESH .
Notice la hereby gl\e that 8-5.62 w
the uAdn irnbdTtaAarctht provlKioha e' tu0. SAIt, : LB. Juice
of Chapter 20,563.( Lawsof l t+t I II41 Orange QT.
Act" *r 1141. will
Stamps ._
register with the Clerk of theCircuit .i
Conrt in and tbr Jr>dMA With,the purchase of It*
_ County FI"rldl4upon le- -
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ceipt of proof of publication of (Reg. or Dry) 99( Size PRICES GOOD
this notice, the fictitious I WEEKEND QUANTITY P .Ia..1

of M are& engaged It Motors in under business+ whichwe name at a SUAVE. HAIR SPRAY RIGHTS ..... ,...........'h......................................... .............. .. ... w:,
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636 .V. Temple Ave, Stark .. .,.... ::I. :: ..... mm :;;:::;;:;
}'!orlda. At Our Regular tow Price .. ..:... .... ?...:! .... RESERVED : .
I Akin Mann Jr., 636 X. Tempi .EXPIRES 8-8-62 ..,.. ; ..:.....':. ...' "............ .w.
Jim Ave.Rose, .Starke Route, Fla.%. Box 114-C : II'' 0 : .".. ...:...;;:;;: ; ;:;;i;;;;. .::..., REGULAR 49d t ..

Dated Star.this. Fla.Jith day of July :' :;;/,," '"L" :: FRESH BAKED 'apPLE Plr 1

A.D.County 1U Florida.: at. Starts, Bradford t fREE.YVYIiYYY ,;<.:; ::>,. J! PI: 12c
7.): 4t 8-2 I t "
= '
.AIIVKKTISEMKXTOn 5 0 Crttn.MERCHANTS Stamps '-1 \ ./.../. FIRM RIPE. 41/\.... ... 1ADY FAIR REG 39* CAKE. Lady Fair I Ho deg-or Hamb. LADY. FAIR

1962\ or for drawings about the construction Monday and.specification July of 16 an, '. :' With.;:the Size purchase of I /i"; 4 '\/\ Devil food bar oz35f.18 Rolls 2 0': 8 S39f" Breao%19 .
Family ((83 Size .
II # )
addition to tiradford l County; 'i -
Hospital at Starke.. Florida will CREST I ri \ "
be available'for distribution to TOOTHPASTE ., "
general contractors by Moore
and May Architects 606 N. E. At Our Regular low Price :: CALIFORNIA
Elrfct ida. ,, Street Gainesville Flu EXPIRES 8-8-62 '

Applications from contractors i
interested in bidding on this ,.,
work not to exceed two (2) E acHed
seta ef drawings and specifications
together with payment of
$;;O.OUler.' set. Miould be ttl : FE t .
promptly with the architect ll FANCY'
and bidding material will be Gnen Stamps f : ,
forwarded, shipping charges rolled 5
as noun as available. Any With the purchase of "'
bidder upon returning such set
promptly and in good condition Pkg. of 12 Lady Fair : ,
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will be refunded hilt down payment : :?: .f.. I'
and any nonbidder.. upon i' CAKE DONUTS i ; 1BS: 'I
to .returning euch, set will *a i'/c :
refunded $13.00.; Bids on this At Our Regular low Price :. .
work opened by Bradford :: :.)
Coualy\ Hospital Corpocar 1 EXPIRES 8-8-62 .
4 ::: .:;:
lion at 2:00: p.m. on Friday .. '
August 17. 1962. .. ,, >
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Board of Trustees. Bradford :
County Hospital Corporation i :::;;"': :' :
Inez J'Green.. Seeretary..Trea.s.1urf'r. .. : '-
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7-:O 4t 8-10 I II
Notice is hereby give that .
the u&deVslgned.\ un visionS ot Chapter: 29.S5S, Laws! At...
of FlfH-KIa. Acts of 1941. will ,
register with the Clerk of ih
Cireult'It'odrt, in and f 4r 'Brad
ford Cot\' ly. Florida, ipen receipt
of proof of publication: : 61
this notice, the fictitious jiame p t14 S
of Crescenfr Motor Court under '
which 1 amVngtged in business
on U.S. SOl South. Starke. .Flor
ida. '* <
Mrs Ruth Bumb, P. O. Box: j s -
Us. Starke Fla sole owner. !
Dated this 26th day "of,July.
A.D., U 62 at Starke Bradford,
Count Florida. -
7-26 4t 8-16 tt ", .
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to1p .... ;;; ; 'i-;;;;;;. :. ...::.. FFEE LIMIT 1 WITH $2.50 FOOD ORDER COFFEEmi4Q C

wor g 'g BANQUETFROZEN. /::;::: ; >'HAWAIIAN I PINEAPPLE< < ;:: t' MAXWE.LLHOU: $ : 59c '

nee a p .I11 .,. .. ;\ ,

(....ttwdy s>
.i t5m4r are p 1 N N ER l': ; U I C E \\ FOR BA KIN$ fI

tW/pA 41y...!.,.. (e4a IJNtItt1 I ,}... l.:." j .(..e.. .::.. w E S S 0 POttURO'I'L AND FRYING SALADS, LARGhor.39', 9

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n.r..weelr..taMa soNwleo : .. 'fF .1 1 SURF Del.GIANT SIZE 59 CORN, 2 903 35

_'t' .: .. t,' 2 .\". .': .4 ,Ji'... ./' BORDEN'S SILVER COWIMILK6 LIBBY GARDEN SWEET : ... -

1 i yt ,, .: ".':\:. ( .r f}. E'liR TAll CANS 79 PEAS 2 39'. j

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wrir +_ Ce" ij: LIBBY-PIHK OR REG.. 't'l. 'k, '-. .......,.,....: Paper f towels RL29c PEARS $2cAs99C ,
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r er.. agar. ";':o'.i. :': ..'.... ...: .. (' : ': 'FUVORICIST FUVORKIST FOOD PAm FRESH .
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l -r r.liM E'999 _, '.j CrearnG59eICe miIkCL494A .Milk. 55c) ,

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m. Choir practice Wednes' 1 cation. Last week they were ..TTTTTTTT..TTT'HAMPTON returned Sunday after aweek's tosh left Thursday last

day, 8 p.m. visiting airs: Lee's, sister. They vacation trip to New for New York where he ex-

later spent some time with Mr. Orleans to visit Mr. and Mrs. pects to be working for the I

PENTECOSTAL A La Lee's mother in Enigma Ga. Otis Forsyth and family. The next few monthsMr.

HOLINESS CHURCH : and this week they visited different Forsyths drove Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Nathan Keene
By Mrs. D. E. Hill
324 W. Brownlee St. points of interest in back to Hampton-and planned of Plant City were recent visItors ,

Sunday School, 10, a. nv Florida. ..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I.Mr. to stay until Wednesday this here with the V. J.

Methodist Church and were entertained by the Morning Worship, 11 8. m. ra iA--; Miss. Gwen Tamer is visit- week. Slades and other friends. Mr.
Evangelistic Service 730 o I and Mrs. C. W. Meltonare !
program given I by ,the 105 p. ing her cousin, Richard Bennett Stanley Jones son of Mr. Keene lived here as a boy. andhis"
Services for.week of August children enjoying the week of m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting and family in Daytona the parents of a daughter and Mrs. Leslie Jones spent family owned the farm
7:30: P: m. Saturday Pamela Ann born Thursday
5. camp lige there. Beach. last week in Hawthorne visit- where the Lonnie Melton family -

Sunday--Church' School for Tuesday evening Miss Youth Service; 7:30 p. m. Wherein 'I celebrate my every Sunday here lately.Our Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith July 26, at Bradford ing with the Willard Thomas now lives.

all ages 9:45: iun Morning Martin again showed Phyllis pIc-- David T. McGhee pastor. birthday we have plenty minister is gone on a vacat- were' called to Walterboro, S. County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh -

worship, 11 a.m. Snack' supPer tures of Mission work in raIn, and the summer Is swiftly ion to study but the Methodist C. Sunday to Mr. Smith's mother lonnie. Melton are grandparents. Mrs. Mary Williams, postmaster and Mrs. Ethel Tidwell

for- .MYP. 6:30 ;p.m. Youth Evuador. She will be CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS passing a cool breeze blows. minister is preaching, at who has been very ill spent Wednesday and attended the funeral of Mr.
returnIng -
meetings, 1 T p.m. Evening,,worship to her field of labor CHURCH Even in summer's prime : our ''church. Next. we. go to and 'has grown worse. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Cran- Friday last week and Tuesday McIntosh's mother Mrs. Rosa

8 p.m. next week. we vaguely sense the Methodist church for early Dave Tanner was in Miamion ford and children returned this week in the postoffice in McIntosh in Daytona Beachon
During her North 301, 2% miles out of home last
MondayCircle No, 6 will stay here Miss Martin has town on left of the roadYoung The far, sad echo of'.SOrneparting morning service. It is fun business and pleasure this Maryland.week Mr.after Cranford'smother a monthin Bell working on the orientation -I Tuesday last w.eek.

meet'in Fellowship Hall with been especially 'helpful,,in' the People's Meeting, hour; .,to have company at our week.Will Mrs. program for new post- Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade
Mrs. W. B. Parks,/'as hostess Tabernacle services her The sobbing leaf the fainting church.I Barber of Macclennywas Cranford and 'I masters.Mr. visited in Gainesville Sunday
by Friday, 7:30: p. m. ,Sunday '" two nieces. Donna May and
Commission on education will contribution to the music on School 10 a-m. SundayiNlght: flower! made sauer kraut and visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. I Carolvn Cranfnrri tn I II I and Mrs. Glenn McIn- with Mr. and Mrs. Free Hall.
meet at the church, 7 pan! Official The hastening west wind pulled,'the _onions. Seems thatthings E. Reddish during the week. came \
the electric Worship, 7 m. Everyone
Hampton with them for i
Board meeting 8 p.m. cordially Invited to attend- takes the perfume of the are maturing early this He is Mrs.Reddish's uncle. visit. a SHOP ANYWHERE

Tuesdaycircle No. 1. will .' Rev. rose season. Next; month the po Recent guests of Mr. and
Carl Edmondson
meet in ''Fellowship Hall with BAPTIST ,* pastor. It knows not whence. tatoeswill''.be'ready to dig.- I. Mrs..Carl Prevatt were Mrs. Visitors here this week with FOR NEW OR USED

Mrs. E.D.Olmsted as hostess CHURCH. SEVENTH DAY Even as the fruit falls have the cold'room ready for Leila Peavy and her son and Mrs. Ethel Tidwell are Mr. I

10. a.m. Circle No. 4 will meet Sunday School, 10 a. m. ADVENTISTCHURCH bountiful and round them. Our apple tree is.loaded family of Ocoee. I and Mrs. John Kodfergin and Then Come See Us!
at the home of Mrs. T. H Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ripe with seductive 'fragrance with nice apples. Lean; make Miss Mary Jack Pons of children and Mr. and Mrs. I

Slade. 10 a.m.: Circle'No. 5 Training Union. 6:30 p. m. Sabbath School [Saturday each her own- jelly and sauce now any day. Tallahassee arrived Sunday to Otto Britenbach of Lincoln i

will meet at the home of Mrs. Evening Service 7:30*p. m. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship. The weary boughs finds I also have some :picklesin JoInher sister Terry visiting I Park New Jersey. WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL ,

Robert Green 10 ajn. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 11 a. m. Located between Wilson strength for slow rebound brine for ,sweet chunk pickles.We their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Gaddis and

Wednesday Prayer meeting p. m.-Rev.. C. 1... :sReddinf, Road and Griffis Loop ; mends her dark are specially happy Mrs. B. E. Reddish for several two children Donna and Don- I UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour '1

7:30: pjn. pastor. ''E. 1,. Marley, pastor. Phone cloak; and thankful-these''days: ,. for l weeks. ita of Atlanta Ga. are visiting -

ThursdayChancel Choir 9641324. Hears with unseen ear, cold Don. Jr, has written that he Mrs. Boncille Griffis has this week at the Jeff Ba- Authorized Dealer

rehearsal 7:30 pjn EVERGREEN threats of north wind is sellingItfiOtiome i .c lif- returned from a pleasant visit 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE "
BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN blown! ornia and.moving back to buy of two months with her sis- and Mrs. Edward Saxon

At The TabernacleA '1 CHURCH Why grieve above the us out and take care.. of all ter, Mrs. E. :M. Stanley, in and children drove to St. Pe-

Sunday School, 10 a.m. wreckage the work:and'business of ambulance Jacksonville. _. tersburg Sunday to locate a
Morning Worship ,11 a. m. 537 W..Call st.. :Starke the tears? brave Elerbee her
question and answer contest Why He is and has Mrs. Joe place to live while Mr. Saxonis
on the trip through the Training Union 7 p.m. Evening .Bob L. Badfett. Minister Bessie Berg courage. Vie will help them. daughter, and children of I working there.
Service 8 pm. Prayer Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. This Is birthday. I think Panama visited Mr. and
wilderness with the Childrenof my ; all we can pray they City Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McEl-
Meeting 'Wednesday, 8 p.m. Church Worship 10:45 a. m. I told before I luck. Leo"DYal and children
Israel, formed an interest- you am now ; stay well and have good Mrs. and M
children attended
ing part of the 'weekend ser WMS every 1st and 3rd Chi! Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir 65. I somehow welcome this i God bless them both. I plan during. the week. a
family dinner at her parents'home
vices. Thursday.8.pjn. practice ,6:30 p.m. CYP 7 p. birthday for how if need beI I to get Marilyn some pretty Sunday visitors of Mr. and in

The Sponsor and wife were -Rev. J Norman, pastor. m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. can draw Social Security. 'china, for :.coming" back-with Mrs. A. C. Pearce were their Mrs. McElroy's Cross City mother Saturday.Mrs.J. I

dinner:,guests at. camp Wont; m. Wednesday.BOATDRAIN. am in seemingly good health r Don Jr. She is his beautiful son and daughter-in-law, Mr. J. Smith, was guest of honor I
gomery'' last Thursday evening : FIRST1'REsfYTER1ANQHURCH but I am getting weary. My I blonde wife; I have my''' own and Mrs. J. H. Sapp of Mi- i for her birthday. On Sun-

I BAPTIST life has been full and a busy I china' to give my grandchild- ami. They were enroute to day the
McElroys attended
390.X.: :Chorea St. CHURCH one. I find I tire.more easily I ren., Fort Gordon Ga. to get their another & -
family birthday party
Victorious Life It: Walton'Grady, Minister Sunday School. 10 a.m. and the hurts in life seem to I When -next- t.: "write" it, will son.who is in service stationed in Trenton honoring Mr. Mc- .
Sunday School,. 9:45 ajn. cut As the above I there. He will return with ,
I I : Morning Worship 11 a. m. deeper. poem be' August Don seems better Elroy's father, C. L. McElroy. I _
Morning Worship 11 in summer's primewe and'happier.. is them to spend his leave.
.Campaign ajn. Training Union 6:30: p. m. says even f Gabby happy Sheryl and Paula McElroy !
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. feel the far sad echo of i chasing' sci irre1s..,.Birds sing Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville spent the weekend in Cross
Thursday, Choir Practice some parting hour. My sum- the;breeze blows my heart is called on Miss Enza
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, i City and in Perry with Mr.
I 7:30: p. m.. 7:30 p. m. mer has long past.and I have happy. I am one year older. Blanchard Sunday afternoon.At and Mrs. Floyd Smith.
been through the ,parting All'my"v' f the Churches-
,. jpoJ-iSless. you
Buddy Warren of Starke
r &\ BAPTIST SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF hours'own: loved rel- ". Grace Methodist: Church 1 1I
I Is Iw every spent last week here with his I
CHURCH CHRIST atives and helped hundredsof : MOTHER LURA School 9:45 a.m.. Worship ,
Sunday Scnooi .,:45 a.m. others in those 't.trying,tim 11:00: ajn. Evening Worship brother-in-law and sister Mr. I II I
3 Miles South on 301 and Mrs. Howell WilliamsOn II
Morning Worship 11 a-m. YYY"T..YY9TTTYYT 8:00: p.m. M.Y.F. Each Wed-
I Sunday BibleClasses, 10a. es.This Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Williams I
Convaescent.Home at -
service 3 morning I got up nesday evening 8:00.: In
to- 4 p.m. Evening Worship. m.: Assembly Worship with five o'clock and opened three absence} of the Pastor Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. George

7:30 pjn. Wednesday night 7:30 p. m.: Prayer Meeting packages I had, waiting. Then L kT'Y.ByRnaaBjaclurl' w. A. Fox for the month of I' Williams drove, to Jackson-
Wednesday. 7:30: 'p- m. I will be held i sonville, and were supper
Prayer Meeting..7:30 .o'clock in this moptlng.s''mall received August services
a large'bOx from, my :,, each Sunday morning with I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
BAPTIST CHURCH fA.I. Wiggins.Mr. .
REVIVAL SERVICESAT son's family in Indiana. Perfume .. .I..I..I....&.1.....&.A.&.&."A. speakers. as follows: August
KINGSLEY LAKE HEH.BRONNSunday bath salts.hose, and so 8, Orville Bumgarner Layman and Mrs. Charles Hicks

Revival services will beheldat : School, 10 a. m. many pretty birthday cards Vacation Bible School at ;. August 12 Rev. Walter i and children vacationed last

the'Kingsley Lake.Baptist Morning. Worship. 11 a. m. cards and hankies. Somehow the MethodiSt. .Church will Pearcy; August 19, Rev. E. L. week in the mountains driv-

Church from June 24 through Training Union, '7 p. .xa. as I opened my granddaughters open' Monday, August ;3. :and Ferris; and August 26, Rev. ing through Tennessee and the PHONE

i July 1. The evangelist will be Evening Worship 8 p. m. gift the tears came in continue.,, through. .Thursday' Charles M. Ackerman all of Carolinas.Mr. !

I Rev. Bobby Perry: of the 2nd Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, my eyes, and a hurting in my August17.,There'Win',be.classes Penny Farms. Orville Bum- and Mrs. Nathan Roberts J -r
Baptist -Church- Rockmart All I have for Kindergarten, Primary, gamer. in of the of Gainesville Sun WO 4-3101 '
Evangelist ';::30 'p.- m. Rev. Joe Roop. throat. my life is charge I were .
and -Mrs. Junlor..grades.-
I Ga. I tried to be brave and sing and and : AU' child- day visitors at the Bill Un- f: "

Michael H. Lord Services will begin at 8 p. EVERGREEN I pray.. To know that things ren are welcome.. plans.First. Baptist: Sun day derwood home at Hampton

m. with special 'sming'ach BAPTIST CHURCH that happen have been planned Rev.. Howard Olive, pastorOf School .10:00.: Worship 11:00: Lake. I Office and School Supplies

HIWAY CHAPEL night directed by JimmyCrosby by my' Father above. I put Macclenny, Baptist'.Church' &:m., Training Union 7:00 p. Mrs. V. J. Slade and Mrs. ,
Sunday School -10 ajn. and.six young men Church
life in his hands many
ASSEMBLY my m.; .Evening Worship 8:00 p. Donald Slade drove to Max-
OF: GOD welcome
visitorsto :
the Lord's Supper 11 a. m., years ago- Once in awhile I workers: : '
m. Meeting each Wed- vine on Saturday to visit Mrs.
Nightly Except Sat. BAYLESS HIGHWAY 6:39' pjn. I realize the years have flown Xoutii. .Meeting at.First. nesday evening 8:00.The : Avory Slade who has recently
7:30 CHURCH SCHEDLUE Wednesday Bible Classes like the swift flutter of a bird's', Baptist Church: Saturday eve-
I five days of Vacation been in St. Vincent's hospital BRADFORD TELEGRAPH
I Sunday School, 10 'a. m. Evening Assembly Worship wing in flight. So a tear.I ning. They conducted the in Jacksonville I County
Bible. School closed Friday
July 25 thru'Au g.5 i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Training always wonder what the meeting .in .a very inspiring.
with commencement Mrs. Ina and
for evening Knight son
REV..R.C. CRAWFORD i Training Union, 6 p. m. Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching new year ahead will bring. AsI ; manner. We give. thanks exercises. Each class performed
Evening Service 7 Pray- 7:30 E. look back down.through the young folk. .
; p.m. p. m. -Jos. Norman what -
'. nicely in showing
Pastor : Weekend of Mr.'andMrs.
meeting Wednesday; 7 p. pastor. 'the years and my dear, mother guests clas-
: .'George W. Roberts were they had learned in the
and father have long ;
Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of Deland ses. All-in all it was five days
r HIGHLAND since been laid to rest.. L like .
pleasantly spent for all. There
and Mrs. Charles
and Mr.
Gas Genie BAPTIST CHURCH them some day shall .be a
enrollment and
says: Tatum -Homestead.. was a large
t Sunday.School, 9:45 a. m. memory.
Mr.., and Mrs. H. A,. Wain- excellent: attendance average.
in. '
Morning Worship, 11 a. Don has gone on an ambu-
Wright spent the weekend
IT'S TIME Training Union. 7 pjn. Evening -
lance call. A young with.her "parents, Mr.: and yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvlCLAY
.Worship, 8 p.m. Brother- down the street that has, the ,

FOR A CHANGE hood and WMU each 2nd 'TV shop; fixes our radios' Mrs., Walter Starling Smith in left Barlow-during HILL

Thursday 8 p.m.Rev. Geo. I and TVs. He has a lovely wife .
W. Chism pastor. and two adorable boys. I hopehe the: week for an
f0natural .visi't with relatives in Ohio. By )(no J. L. Strickland.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I wash dishes
is not seriously ilL WhenI your
He was accompanied by his
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get this done, I am going tot AAAAA
II THE RIGHT POINT fer the son, Milo Smith.

I way yon write. Come in and make. I Don use a some white white'cakes. cake, mix.cup Mr. and Mrs. Blake Lane We are happy to see that j +/I ,

select your favorite ESTER- the muffin ...and Terry; and .Mr. and ,Mrs. James Griffis is recovering 0x
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- paper cups Ernest Williams and Donny of nicely from his recent opera-
tins and stir just half the t
GRAPH.WILLIAMS. Welbourn were visiting Mr. tion and was able to attend
or"cake and "bake. I
box .mix
and Mrs. H.E. Priest and family : prayer meeting last Wednes-
.m do not frost for Don now, .
I "" Sunday. day night and church services -
J HELPFUL HINTS. Cut your Mr. and..Mrs. Warren Last- Sunday.We .
water melon in halves, thirds, Inger and children of Daytona regretted to learn late

and quarters before storing Beach visited, the Dar- Wednesday afternoon that ourpastor .

: in the refrigerator. You can ley-Bennet home Sunday.. Mr. Rev. Chism, was on ,

gas JEWELRYREPAIRS even remove the red part with and, Mrs. Alonzo: Austin and the sick list and unable to Oft electrically

ice cream dipper and save in daughter of... Daytona,. Beach. attend prayer meeting. Jim
AlltSWATCImSDLUlONDS smaller dish. Try using your are spending 'the" week with Strickland conducted services

YOU HAVE A BETTER PRODUCT''DEP. electric, skillet for small roastor them and other,,relatives. fu'his place Wednesday night

to bake 'potatoes.I Mr.,,and >Mr. lrjear- and Brother George was back 1
:I have.been going to church en, and John-have:; beon va- with us Sunday.

A. C. Williams> Rev. and Mrs. Tyler Gene

STARKE (NATURAL( GAS i iCity' 142 W. Cafi St. 'I I ;. .... Eunice and family were among

Hall .- i Starke Fla.L .. .. our visitors Sunday night in :
964.1301h. .
The New E
I Scripto church.
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"- -- -".. I IJ morning that May Bell

Business Line Ball Pegsand Norman is again in the Lake .,

J 81 ARKE. BUSINESS! DIRECTORY Butler hospital Hope she is ; f,

dRfills' back Nellie with Wilkinson us soon. of Clay ,:; S Sr ,

,_ :. Hill has been on the sick list
again. and Elgin Lang says

25c each : both are soon! .as spry as ever.
GarageALL J. B. Wright Starke's only i:4: ; Grace and Nellie lang from j; 4

KINDS OF Clay Hill and Janet Lang

AUTO REPAIR WOKS: SINCLAIR..6E&YIC1 IITA'I'IOK j Cities Service Station REFILLABLE!' .' tf;: from Lawtey all returned electric dishwasher does7tdeaner

All Work Guaranteed / J. C. Gardener, Prop. .: : ., home.from Tampa where they

Phone ICS-2S64 Oaopbte. Act Emfe Every Mechanical Senlee enjoyed visiting very much. faster.driessskctatfk tool
Ba. Walnut. SUrta There 56 members ,
Tim Batterifi 'muitltaLubrication General, Repairs Automatic. .r : withRefillslOceL were .
in the Highland Sunday -
AUTO SERVICE I Washing Tranamisslona School Sunday and 44 Irzt adIf_' .1 ,, WI tit !lamscaaavoyaeicit&HOUIW T :' -
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Qties Service Product enjoyJaar
Gilbert S. Brown !543 Madison m-mi were one-hundred per cent eIectricaD1. (Aid. --....o p... 1
TIRES$ BATTERIES -. BLUE members. The IntermediateGirls A icn,drdfe does u.a Electr'cwat.erH: > # p fiItj

Standard 00 Series SUtloa 705 N. Temple Starke '. BLACK i kept the banner and -adiaCc1aiI1chcDiD tY08 ema_ ef.Aos: .D>.__:

ATLASTTFS Dod '. Service &: PHONE 964-9S11 (.. .. the Intermediate Boys were alre pop.e.ea pate tied M Ps:.di..:.aal s, set itorL boa a will ..., _lr: '

RED next with a grade of 85 per P :3
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Budget Terms Road fiery e ; a : wJ.d;
Auto Sales / AUTO TIRES .. ..' cent. fcr wa&ea and tarea fa waietf I I Ibcttier
Phone 1M'l0'n4O'f FINE OR'MEDIUM' POIA'1'S.The : We Stricklands >.."tad postal JY..J f ..1
were presentbut 6 Ia 3 oar >kmds CBIIIbzI4 .. \
N. Tempto. Stark. Rambler Sales ft Service Starke Recap Co. j : arrived too late to be _ti1 tooDJ&Mcaaeoat psdEn& joedeetdeI 1>> .._;-'

BiD Edwards '. most economical counted. The man with whom 'fed, mg ,)
we were to ride to Sunday
Starke "66" Inttm&HO"I1 Wetidas cftpptnr fer Cam ft Tnda i School forgot us and so another .

J.tum ra ONE .DAY 8EBV1CSKEW -writing ever devised. ':'f:: I had to subs 1tute. lkd QM&7 4'/ ,

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