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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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August 9, 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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE, FfAAl1fA. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1962 vmrnrn. .. cnr
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rb r Teachers Head BY COUNTY COMMISSIONTentative

7 -d Back To School '
+? i 1 dY Okay liven

d Monday Week(

k g! Bradford County school $406,027

)It : 3 teachers will get back County Budget

e S on Monday August 20, after

", t just nine more days of respite -

> m as pre-planning gets under On A tentative budget of $406,027.35 was approvedfor
.1: way with the annual area 1962-63 by the Bradford County Commission

meeting. Tuesday which gave Sheriff P. D. Reddish the $78-
The District IV meet will
n _:. .. begin at 9 am. in Live Oak 740 he requested.In .
where area Florida Education Legislators Labor I winning his "budget battle" with the commission

Association officers will be the sheriff got an increase of $17,000 over his

p elected and other business j budget for last year. His raise was also the..major

carried out. one of the new budget which has increased only $19-

As far as Bradford County Behind Scenes J' 677.72 over last year's $386,349.63.

&: youngsters are concerned, Commissioner Russell Greenof

: t k however school won't begin Brooker. still seeking his

a x until two weeks later on Tuesday half-mill, or $5,000, cut in the I
September 4. Labor Day r------- (See Editorial on Page Four) budget, held up the tentative

on Monday. September 3, is I adoption for almost an hour
: Leaders of the dominant
The mangled automobile shown was the 1962 Dodge in of the a holiday. .. I small-county; after the motion was on the
photo with the front end of Kirkwood's automobile I >fI forces in the
William When school goes into session floor, before he finally voted
Which Lynn Kirkwood, 30-year-old engineer from I Florida House of Representatives -
embracing it. Starke police think the engineer, who had for the 1962-63 term several for adoption.
Burlington, North Carolina, was killed instantly when his were working behind
been driving all day long, went to changes will have been Millage seemed set at 41.25
sleep and never woke the
car smashed head-on into a telephone pole on North Tem- scenes at mid-week in an I :?
made in key administrative again this with the
up when he struck the ... attempt to reach agreement gI year
Avenue. pole
ple The
is shown above
pole in the extreme left personnel caused by the res- I ; j school board levying 24 mills
on some type of compromise
ignation of former BHS principal I and the county 1755. The
Ir a Assumed Asleep Hugh B. Ingram who I IH reapportionment plan. two agencies exchanged a mill

-b f left to assume full-time em- Most of the talk has cen- I .. again this year, the school

ployment with the FEA. Tom tered around proposals call- board picking up and county

Man Killed When Car Casey, former Southside Ele- ; ing for fewer representativesand board dropping one. Last year

mentary principal, moved to more senators than Gov. the county increased millage

head BHS and J. C. Hobbs, Farris Bryant has proposed.The from 17.25 to 18.25 and

L''i : Hits former principal at Hampton Senate, meanwhile, school board dropped back to
A.t : Telephone PoleDead Junior High School, has gone .Xj was scheduled to take up 23, but the school board

.t, to Southside a s principal i i again the 46-senator plan needed the mill this year to

there. ':. ..>..: that was originally the gov- : help pay offs school con-
__ on arrival at the Brad- when officers arrived at the Charles Francis former as- -\0,, .or.. ".'. ," ." i ernor's proposal. It adjourned i ii struction 'bpni,: Superintendent -

-. ford County Hospital last scene. Oddly when the car sistant grid coach and driver t..., '1 i Tuesday before this measure I II I --1' Harmon-t' P. Morgan
; .F
T/ Saturday shortly after 4 p.m. rebounded a few inches from education instructor has taken ",_''N.;_"" ... ,I came to a. vote, but it did J. W. (Buck) Alvarez, stated. rit

.r se1 was 30-year-old William Lynn the pole after impact, the the principal's position at Carl Hurst pass* and send to the House "You people have forgottenall

Kirkwood from Burlington the windshield popped back Hampton. He came to BHS a 67-senator plan. Alvarez To Run about the half-mill [cut),

North Carolina who died instantly into place, leaving only an from Tennessee and possesses GovBryant maintains that everyone of you" Green stat-

when his car smashed eighth inch crack Rosser a master's degree in adminis Hurst Announces his 45-senator 144-represent- ed emphattwdly jyou're vot-

into a telephone pole on north said. A portion of the dislodged tration. One principal' j si4tiont ative plan stands the best For Police Chief ing on something y "e not

a yr Temple' .Avenue.Kirkwood. : steeringjirbeel! seen :at 'Bl'QOker.Jlnt\ qt, Eigh .chancekof? winning federal looking at" he, said adding .
an engineer who in the top photo above. School,: "-\&, yetTta 'be filled. rVRerelection: court" approval. The court set "It's kind of bad."

was traveling south on his Impact of the car was so Principal Jim Temple Is taking August 13 .as a deadline for "Youre sure you have to

way to St. Petersburg, accord great, Rosser said that it a year's,leave of absence the) legislature to come ,up i Against RosserJ. have all that $55,000 in the

ing to Starke Police Chief William tore Kirkwood's wristwatch to attend_school for his mas- To, Council Post with a reapportionment plan. fine and forfeiture fund?" I

F. Rosser is "presumed"to completely off his arm. The ter's degree. Main fear of the small W. [Buck] Alvarez Green asked Sheriff Reddish.
have fallen asleep at the band was found by officers in Several changes have also group is that if the big coun- former member of the Starke "If we give this county law
1; wheel Witnesses said that the front of the car but the watch occurred in the coaching de- City Councilman Carl Hurst enforcement, which everybody
ties get control of both legislative I police force, announced Tues-
--" -- -, I trmiT'or"--.a .onmrtpor....0.--' trac.._.. t1 w-' .VPbflQ... I itself was never located. Continued on Page Six] had not drawn any opposi- day that he will be candidate wants, I've got to have $78,
houses it will mean the a .
appx faately 50 mph when ... tion this week he. 000, the sheriff replied. "I'm
The interior of Kirkwood's car is shown above with r r as qualifiedfor I for Chief of Police of
his i J Plymouth edged off .. "" re-election to his end of equal division of the not going to ask my deputiesto
the '\ Group the of
dashboard and steering column pointing toward the sky. W i. City Starke for the un-
the pavement and into the 2 city council post. race track money, and possi- work 16 or 20 hours likethey've
Impact was so great that both the steering column and expired term of one year in
path of a big pole. He was Hurst will be seeking his ble reduction in the percentage the September 11 election.Mr. been doing for the
f motor were pushed back onto Kirkwood end the seatbelt, the city's first traffic death .1.1t' second term as councilman.He salary they've been getting,"
tax revenue now .
which can be seen lying on the seat, was Ineffective. this year. employed at the Her- gas Alvarez is 47 years of Reddish told Green, "Law enforcement -
going to small counties. age and has had several years
is dangerous busi-
He had left Burlington at cules Powder Company in the
5 ajn. Saturday on his way Survey and Wood Procurment Both local solons, Sen. experience on the police de- ness and officers get killed in

Williams% to a new job in St. Peters- Department. He has been em- Charley E. Johns and Rep. A. : partment. He will oppose Chief this state almost every week*
Garden To Win. F. Rosser
Tops WinSubDistrict j' who has also
burg and had driven all day ployed by Hercules for eight J. Thomas Jr.. have expressed liam F. Rosser, who has also he added.
long when the mishap occur- years and has lived in Starke willingness to along The sheriff had only $35-
go announced
I that he will seek
red, Rosser stated. Kirkwood, slightly longer than that. 000 budgeted to him in the
' Softball with a plan for a Senate election to the one year unexpired forfeiture fund last
fine and
TourneyUnderdog whose wife is expecting shortly .: He has a wife and one term.
based on election by geo- and had to ask for $6-
had just sold his home in child and lives at 334 North year
'I graphical units, and House Rosser was elected chief in 500 more last month. In bud-
North Carolina and was mov- .' Myrtle Street in Pine Haven a
Williams Jewelry Lane Sibley had four hits including l September 1961, but resigned geting him $55,000 this
found ing to Florida. His wife was to e19qt ..,' ,. Subdivision. He is a memberof based on population if an acceptable year
the winning combination home run for Williams i several months later when his the board is leaving it up to
join him after the baby was
f the Madison
: Street Baptist formula can be
last week and blasted Ocala while Sam Smith for born. eligibility for office was ques- the sheriff's department to
'12-2. upset Sperry 15-6, 3 for 4 for the losers. .ep d in r Church and is a Past Masterof worked out on that basis. tioned due to a legal techni- make his own budget.

;and then beat favorite Garden Tournament favorite Gar- The accident totally de- ':'t Lt" & AM.Grid Bradford. Lodge no. 35 F Both agree that it would. cality. He was reappointed "He can make $55,000 next
victim's automo-
,Restaurant 7-6 to win the den Restaurant banged out 22 bile stroyed killing the Kirkwood even ,- be better for the Legislature' several days later by Mayor year if he works," County
Sub-District To u r n a ment Randal Chitty to fill the position Clerk Charles Darby told the
'which hits against Gainesville Gas though he was wearing a safe- Posing in front of Bobbins' are, Lester Smilack and Bernard to reapportion itself rather
was held in Starke. Practice until the next city electIon "
board, "But only if he works.
the in the second game to win 19- ty belt. According to Chief Goldman, two directors of Worth of Florida Inc., of Winter than leave it up to the Fed- in September.The i ..
In first already
tournament Reddish's department has -
1 and Into the finals
*game Gainesville Gas [119-1] with Williams.move Leading the caught Rosser, Kirkwood the steering under column the Haven, and the former owner of 16 years, Inin Robbins, at Set To Begin eral courts which might dictate mayor has the powerto exceeded the $35,000 set

defeated Brooker 12-2. Bill Garden Stricklandwith right. a formula based on population appoint city officials only up for it this year and stilly
was Woody
chin and the motor also
;Avery had 3 for 4 for Gainesville 4 for 5 and Buddy Elliott pushed back him.was Next Wednesday for both houses. until the next immediate cit has several months to go.
while Jim Temple had 2 election. termed the new bud
with 3 for 3. Jim Brown Robbins Store Darby
An odd circumstance occurred Department
:for 3. including ;
a 300 foot also contributed a homerunfor get "realistic" and said it is
homerun. when the auto hit the Bradford High School's varsity -
the winners. Ray Buck- th "best budget the board has
it polethe steering wheel was gridders will get to work
In the second game Wednesday hatten led the Gas Company made in several years."
Sold To Florida
f torn from the steering column Corp. next Wednesday, August 15, t;
: night Williams Jewelry with 2 for 3. and went through the wind- taking off extra poundage and __ "Well be in the best shape

; defeated Ocala 12-2 with In the finals Friday night of county in north Flor
t shield through a large crack tightening up flabby musclesas any
.Donald Thomas The sale of Robbins De- Florida, Inc., a Winter Haven
and Lane Williams Jewelry pulled the I ida next year if we don't get
lark each when the car struck the pole.It partment Store on East Call corporation which now owns fall football practice begins .t
getting three hits. [Continued Six] [Continued on Page Six!
on Page was resting on the hood Street in Starke to Worth of a chain of four departmentstores with two sessions per day.
/Thursday night Williams i Head Coach David Hurse ,
in the an-
blasted Sperry of Gainesville nounced this week state by was former says he expects 50 boys out % a Businessman
:15-6 to' move into the finals. Sanford Knocks Garden owner Irvin Robbins.No for the hot summer practice L4 x T1 W

price was released on sessions. The boys ,will go at Jailed On Bad

the transaction. Besides the it from 8 until 9:30: each mor-

DISTRICT store in Starke, the ning and from 4 until 5:30 I 'f' (Check ChargesAfter
SLOW PITCH From District Tournament tion also owns two stores corpora-in each afternoon. They will don ,.E ___

23 after
pads on August a
Winter Haven and in
one being in business in
SOFTBALLTOURNAMENT werk in shorts and T-shirts.
I Garden Restaurant was district were not known at first inning when left-3elder Live Oak. A fifth store is ex- Tm looking forward to my bb f y Starke for just two weeks Joe
eliminated pected to be added soon in Ballard.. 34. owner of the new
from the District "
I press time. Stafford the second batter first year as head coach, -- --- -
Slow-Pitch Softball last night The Garden virtually beat hit the first home run of the Perry according to Lester Hurse said this week. "And if Doll Show winners shown above are Monica Jo Rowe, in front. Ballard Mirror and Glass
when beaten 4-1 by Sanford. itself Smilack a member of the Company on the comer of
BUS Athletic Field last night by its lack little
: game. we'can find a more
firm in Starke this week. Second row: Doris Overstreet, Bobbie Summers, Barbara Mo- Streets
and Jefferson ,
Jewelry Starke'snumber of hitting. The Starke team I Court
The visitors scored two depth and avoid injuries we
Thur., Fri., Sat. 1 team in the district got only four safety's and the more rims in the second on "It Is with deep regret thatI i i should have a successful season Rae, Donna Jane Hicks, Kelly Richards, Carol Richards. In was arrested and placed un
tourney by virture of had to leave due to reasonsof back: Elaine Murray, Sue Hurst Lillian Richards, and Sheryle der $10,000 bond for writing
i first
.. August 9, 10, 11 I single by shortstop De- two consecutive doubles and Hurse is a veteran of
beating the Garden to win Wayne Elder j health Robbins. who own- ; McRae bad checks.
1 not come a sacrifice fly and added an- five grid campaigns at BHS
Games Start I the sub-district last week will until the third inning. The other in the third on a single ed the store for 16 years, said. and has been a big factor 'in According to the Bradford

:;'?:30 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. I tL not see action until Friday team did not get a man past and two sacrifice flys. Then "I want to thank the people leading the Tornadoes to 21 Rec. Dept. Sponsors Doll ShowHurst. County Sheriffs Department
against a team which has not base for their Ballard has forged at least
second except for pow- they put the game on ice in patronage and I victories without a tie and 26
Come: out and support : yet been decided. Game time erful Jim Brown Godwin's the fourth with rive runs on hope they will continue it without a defeat. I Approximately 50 persons I eight bad checks in the past

.our local entry Wilrliams ; will be 8 p. m. home run In the "fifth inn- a. homer by center-fielder with the new management," I attended the annual Doll Show Most Dolls 1st Susie Hurst. two weeks which were cashedby

Jewelry. l Tonight's action will begin ing with the bases empty. Underwood the first man up, the former owner said. Hurse says the Tornadoes'opening in the USO last Friday night Most Real Looking Doll 1st various Starke business

.. i: at 7:30: on Bradford Field between The other two hits both and four consecutive.. singlesby After leaving Starke, Rob-: on test against Macclen- sponsored by the Starke Re- Sheryle McRae; 2nd Barbara i men He had been employed
September 14.' just a
-; i: Eau Gallic and the singles, came from the bats Sizemore. Russ! Boiling bins will operate the Rose creation Department. McRae. I by Shea's Glass Company in
I Jacksonville number 2 team of first-baseman Jim Wattsin and Cooper. Theatre in GaInesville. He month after practice starts Winners were: Prettiest Wardrobe 1st Bar- Gainesville before he started
This Space Contributed I and next Wednesday, will tell him Best Dressed Don 1st Doris .
lo between Sanford since the fourth frame and cen- Tournament champion will said, however, that he win be bara McRae. his business In Starke.
\Veekly Publicize : they beat the Garden last ter-fielder Townsend a lot about what sort of a Overstreet; 2nd Monica Jo i Best Foreign Doll 1st Carol
be determined back in arrested Tuesday,
in a contest the Starke store fromtime team Starke, will have next He was
.""'1 Community Events by I I night, and the Jacksonville land in the seventh. Saturday at 8 p. m. betweenthe to time in an advisory .Rowe. Richards 2nd Lillian Rich- July 31. and placed in the
: number 1 team at 9 p. m. Sanford collected 10 hits winners of the two games capacity. seasons He,, would make no 'Prettiest Doll 1st Elaine Bradford County Jail where
: prediction ards.Largest
I Community Jasksonville did not completeits four of them homers and 4 Friday night. Winner of the Another member of,the new his'team's whatever ,concerning of Murray ; 2nd Donna'Hicks. Don 1st Donna he Is now. According to theSherUf'
another .Most Unusual Doll 1st Kel-
sub-district tournamentuntil runs in subdueing the Hicks;, 2nd .Bobble Summers.
hap- district tourney will play in Department Ballard
firm Bernard Goldman of r I
'. State Bank undefeated season but Richards 2nd Donna Hicks.
last night and the two less Starke team. The visitIng ; Smallest Doll 1st Lillian
j' the State Tournament in Tallahassee Hollywood. Fla. will supervise said that gave his address in Texas but
'r teams which, will play in the team went ahead In the Lake City, Palatia. Best Homemade Doll 1st Richards; 2nd Barbara Mc
August 17. Continued( has a and three children
on Page
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on PageJi1, Kelly! : ..Richards; 2nd Suste R8e
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f. Wednesday SP4.Tom. for several Jackson months left Compqny C Gets ---- T Rotary Hears ful citizens. Some of these i said, but the appropriation

have been able to establish !! was turned down. The state

tour of duty in South Korea. I Superior; ; New Concept their own businesses along the i does pay instructional salaries -

: i ii Mr; and :Mrs-iCarl Sapp an4 I Rating Penology lines in which they received however. He said the pro-
1 family are spending this Week 'fa training at the prison, the gram could not operate without -
at the W. Mundr-cottage: Camp
A new concept in penology. speaker said. i the free materials that
.. on'"Khigsley Lake -
-GL&II1'Ii MQQTT PHONE 994-M51 whereby the prisoner is edu- !: Upton said the prison's educational are provided to state institutions -
o. ,. IJV F. B. Bfiar4. Wd 14r5. 78t11'Ordnan
; fpmr>a ny, C of. Starke. become
j cated and trained to program is handi- by the Surplus Propel-

;1 .. Luke Stalling of .Waido 'ia !Mrs., Lucile Davis returned W: BL.illundx the are BaptjsAsml attepciing ?; Battalion, received a worthwhile self-supporting j capped by a lack of funds and: ty Division of the Florida Development
WMtwk n superior '
for two
1 spending this week with his last' week from the AlachuaGeneral I RWeeestC, a s its citizen upon his return to a i has to be operated out of the Commission.The .

j J. grandparents; Mr. artf Mrs Hospital wheror eli, \\LInda 1\dJaa& vsiting her week sumSer fi ld training free society 'was discussed. at i canteen fund a t present. speaker was introduced -

1 :Jyhatfes: : Dinkins 'while. his underwent surgerythe. jw.eekfctfore. grandparents Mr. -an??. Mrs. FU Stewart, Ga.. according _..wcrr the Rotary Club Wednesday I j State funds were sought at by'L. J.S'&an. assistant

j parents are na vacaiica; \ .. f H.'E.Vohler.-ifr Winter Oar -CaptauV.commander.No Djrev .Reddish".:. by R. E. Upton Jr., educational i the last legislative session, he warden at the prison.

/I 2 Mrs. J. S. BUtch 'and Mr. Mrs. Joe Wilson Mrs. Marcus company 'director at the Florida State I .
den for a week. - --
major injury
l Hand Mrs. Calvin Martin of Brown Mrs. Edward or Prison. ;
Coach and Mrs. Frank MAMA PRIEST
was suffered by of ,its
:ohnson City, Term are Burns and Mrs. S. I: Peek Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis members and Reddish any termed\ The speaker said that the ,

-guests this week of: Mrs. J. fir. returned Sunday from two Irby attended the all star --, -, oU theory of sending men toj j

I ,,;R.: Kite and'Mri. H. E. Brown. weeks vacation at Dilhtrd, Ga. 'football game at1 U.'of P: on the ful two training weeks period'a most'success when 'the? .-- --- -- ----- --- -- prison to "pay their debt to OPEN HOUSE

Mrs. W. G. StringfeHow, .. society" was a fallacy since,
lee.Mr. Saturday. to StarkeSuMay. t Sgt. Hugh L. Hut.on is shown supervising Earle Sanford -) AND
gt and Mrs.. Adrian De- has returned from, ten'';dayS George Hamilton, Linda 'Company -returned. .; in reality, society was paying REGISTRATIONAugust
U and Jack
Wynn make major
as they repairs and replacements -
j-Voe and family of High Bridge, visit with her son-in-law and Tom r )' the debt- and a big oneforthe
Colson. Larry
N. J. Mr. "It amazed me to again see on an engine for. a 2'/ ton CMC truck in the unit,workshop 29 and'3
are visiting and daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards Tommy expense'of supporting a .
Patricia '
I -Mrs. Raymond DeVo this Cove and i what a ,tremendous job these at summer camp.
i Manassa,, in Green Newman and Beth Jordan -, man in- prison, The prisoner
week.Mrs. Springs., ..-, ., areratttending the junior oexvrtle can dp oratIng; as an .. did not begIn"j ping) 10:00 AM.:\ To 12':00 t !..=- -", 3O! ( (P.M..To 5:00
W. P. GQoding .fRd/son! 44':., and Mrs.. Ressie, Thomas afe'the Christian"Cl\1 I'ch ordnano comoariy after being his debt to' society' until he

Chip of Charleston, 8. C visited their son-in-law camp at Silver :civilian\ *" for yW and returned to civilian life and School Begins September 4th

1 "'spent last week 'with! Mr. and and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. conference grounds reporting surtdenlv to 15 days started'earning7 own jiving 1 ;

Mrs.. H. K. Davis of Starki jimmy Hollingeworth n, in Midd ton this week. of" active dut.v." Reddish!> said. ,,. supporting his family an3 COMPLETE READINESS' PROGRAM:OFFERED
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson .. .
"fine d V'he is a banker, '
and with M & $.- W.. Davis Lake City on Saturday. pacing; his share of' the tax. .
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and daughter. Ann, of Co- ... '
Music ...
station .
tserVice Art
: at Kingsley Lake. Mr Gooding Mrs.. Paul Meng and Mrs. barber. opera .... burden Upton said. Rhythm --
lumjaus, l Ga. are spending tor., etc., knd:he' next he Is1L9h.inE .
: 1I the Shaller
Joinef.h1s'tt ov r
Robbie &len iWednes Unless the prisoner was
Wednesday to Sunday with : CHARACTER AND BIBLE
I weekend. day'for three weeks visit with in I 'vehicles ordering f l trained and educated to assume -
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn
Mr. Chastefli ,. relatives a nl:J moving suoolies. checking worthwhile role the
and, /apfli Mrs Meng'6; .Mends\ and Starke and Mr.;and Mrs. Fred' a in 204 N. Thompson St. Starke

n&; .. dr o.t. 8t1 e an4 hi Toledo! ,, phip.Mrs. l Olenn_______ at__ _Kineslev_ ___. Lake. -WPR-.1I-s ons. -or.."'welding___,'-.1 vehicles.;;,S A_ 4 community he' would. ,.soon"be- ,

Mrt. and.:l. :Mrs-" Roy.. Chasjeen.\ Rene' Garcia! .spent a Mr. and Mrs.n Don Page 4 AWJ, All &:t IIl&t: C IUU11 nm- ...... ....,,,-- .-. -- f back in prison IJpton said,
of Keystone "Heights"Verein In" frlcans' that keep thisr-coun- -I "* .start pay !
: week. fa1etteville.C: the weekend in Jack- I i --------v ana: oci y' would -
O Illa, Ga. Sunday attending' I'with. Mrs.rLv P.. Pierson and spent sonville and attended a birthday try great," the captain!? said Rattlesnakes, along with inoqu1toea andasSorte4 Jnseets,ll I ing' his debt all over' gain::'

ii the! Nobles family'rtuniohl: daughter; Daj.- She was. accompanied party for Marion Page. are some of the many hazards met by Guardsmen while on r :In. pointing to the close5' relationship" TRJMMEDiBUCK'S

( "t&fr, and Mrin>ew*yne, of (stone Jacksonville Beach. .Butler visited Mrs. P. D and James L. Crawford, measured more, than five feet. hi. I lack of e'ducati"6n" upt' Ii said- .n i'RIGHT .,,,y

Heights.have. .. d., he.J. Eo Mrs. Garciaspent:' Jaft'Vlee! Fancier on Tuesday.Mrs. Rated Best length. Several rattlers were killed'in the \voods during" : bivouac -']I I that less' than- ::9 of one percent

Hardy house at 456\y.: Mad!:. wi.lii .her husband. lit. Sgt and of Iii ia.ti at the state
Herbert Thomas but fortunately no one was bitten during the 15 days I
son Street. I Garcia wfiile he was on''ma Kathleen. ; In Battalion t -- prison haci'a'"high school education.
spenttheweekend of
:. .Jur\e\ Hardy. and Jimmy neuversiwith, .the\ Nationa\ at their camp in the T- fieldtralnlng.. j He cited several instances -

::Crosby are visinggrandparents tl\e Guar t. 8.\|, Fort.:Steiart. QaJ.ytBloodworthr .. scrub. in which seemingly
Mr. and Mrs. MrsfrcrqmDieiM ; ; 'Camp Blanding National -- I been given
1 _, ;,; < Mr; and Mrs, Robert Tanner -- _
L.V.. Barry and( :'Mrs,. Mattle ,Ab Frow' Guard Company B. 748th OrdnafxctfBattalion'returned '- vocational training at the'prison -
J of Baldwin were visiting Airs. ; j Open7Days..7amto 11
: Barry. in. .BtOQker. tl4 s. week..., Strickland :tand.:... hjktren.: and. J. H..Fields on Sunday. 'Sun- _( \ and returned to societyto p. m.
4rS:; Gill .' a : the day from two :weeks summer well-adjusted
-Thomas was SallY _' ,Toro field 'Ft- 'Stewart
medical patient in Bradford Bedding l .of .,,Miss..:Patfy Harrodi .
; and familyof Jacksonville
County from Tuesday Bobaeowski Ga:; loaded down' with troph- -- : Legion Boosting
HQspita.1 to Aato FILLET
J I'h: : were Sunday visitors' 'Mr .1 EN ..
to. Sunday. .. Jacksonville. ? Saturday' jnorning ies.CThe q_- !_. "
and Mrs. Q. .W. White- Sr; 'JStarke Nght'AtColiseum
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly .. "> company was rated tops ---- I'PERCK H L 39c1Hamburger
; and> Mrs. JL H. Fields- -
in' the 748th Ordnance Battalion
-anj son. .Roger', attended ,the T.- H.SladcZ4etalnd: his ,
'Mrs.MW. QiDowling ol>Melbourne :
i and -JamesBloodworthv '
I KeUy. family ,reunion at J hart intermediate Sunday School is visiting Mrs'W. E Captain" ; _

..Springs oh Sunday class of' the .Methodist churchwith '' cotripany commander American Legion Post 56
i Middleton this.week.
""'. I was presented th 'Ad- _____ next Tues-
fromMayport meet at 8
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cqstello !a yachting party, I Mr. and Mrs. i7. D. Sexton p.m.
General's: by
jutant Atrophy
and children have returned Thursday... day to discuss 'financial mat-
and family of Atlanta Ga. *
Major General Henry Al 'Mc-
: from .a week's, Visit with Mrs. Frank Mitchell of. Lakelanspentf hare been visiting ,Mr. and ters, housing, Junior Legion : "
t week Millan 'adjutant general of _______ and "Starke Night"
Qosteilq's parents, Mr. and I several. days last : Mrs. Calvin Johns during the -- w-. baseball,
: Florida National Guard.The 1. .4. -J3. r FRESH
J Mr$. W. JC Young' in Charleston : I with' Mrs.<;J'J M.:.Mitchell,and past week. scored' 8.9T' grade ;Company; officers tOftCo.-ijC I 7isfh Qrd. Bn.-a,n are P1ctured\ at the wrestling matches' to {
S .;..W, V&. Mrs. young is: recuperating M".,and Mrs' ;. Lester Crews.. rMrs. Mr. and Mrs.. J: H. Spence ratingjf orsummer field.traTning ..;: above at mess during the recent summer encampment. From: be held at the Jacksonville ,', GROUND
from. a heart at- .- C, H. Nasworjthy is I Coliseum next Thursday AugUst -
: and.daughter. Diane of Jacksonville *
: county and '98.51 for yearly armory : left: CWO' R. G Paterson, CWO:: A. L. Crosby Jr., Lt. Fred 16.More. .
tack. They also toured the confined .in Bradford visiting 'Mr. and lb.
are I
Sm.qky Mountains before returning Hospital! ,following a heart attack drills; tops' in both categorIes -;; s neU, Lt. 3.: R. Redd1shaud.4tpt.: Drew F. Reddish. Lt. John than 200 tickets have
: Mrs:, 0...E, ,Crosby this week. for'the*entire battalion.
home. on Monday.14 .% i:[ Dickert. is not in picture. already been sold to the Post
.Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley '
: : This trophy'as'also'won':: : by *'fcShown
Mr. and Mrs.,Stanley Poole *"and' Mrs.fJ., E.: Edge' oWadley. and children of Jacksonvillewere Company1ii195*. 56 "Starke Night" wrestlingbout ARc
Ala: are renting the and 400 more are expected -
: and family- 'of- Tallahassee; Friday: night guests qf In addition Company B .
Lance home'a,1 1110 Prat St; to be soil The public is 'I
and Mr: and Mrs. Harold Crews.
a were. Friday! ; Saturday ',also received 4he"McClamma -
i this Starke
.I : guests 9J|>lr. and Mrs. GeorgeHugging. Harriet Louden entertaine4 Mrs.-. .Effie- Johns. has had Trophy awarded annually by invited to attend
I tic-
: } .. . at i'slvbnber l party'Monday as guests Mrs. 'JohnnyvJbhnspf the 748th Ordnance Battalion night and may purchase
night at her home in Sara'' Miami ''last kefs from any Legionaire who
Mr. ntl Mrs. Morris: .Car- : "Friday; "Mrs I to the company-with the highest -*'' _
ter, and, 5Ql1. Morris Jr.. and i toga,..H ights. Enjoying the Mable Brad ndon'of-;J ckon- percentage of has them or at Alvarez Store.

J I Mr. and Mrs/ -Billy 'NoegeJ .. faereMrgie..PQWg.Gerry vile on Saturday, and Mrs Uicii "in training.weapons, '- -- ?- "Plans for'sponsoring'a team

a were deep sea, fishing last Mootyt. Jackie Huie Minnie Carter ot'Ma.xv1l1e'ov- ,' r-A in the Junior Legion baseball
: .. :.the? present time, Company -
arid(""tee""'I rb1. er1 the-weekend.* uII program next year will be
: Friday ? '
'B "maintains 'a fulli -
' t Mr.-'and' Mrs. Emmett Ga- I I discussed and members who
strength unit 'as authorized by CORNED
i 39c
1 U hagen of Bhiffton, S. C. are ,''the Florida National Guard, remember taking part in this BEEFcan
in past are urged -
program years
visiting Mrs Matti? Gahagen. '

; I Mr and Mrsj Bobby Ferguson !j CaptaIn''BloodworthI.t states/but' _jir to attend.It .
is still applications GEORGIA
WEEKEND( REVIVAL arp spending the weekendat for- enlistment accepting within- is also expected: that Rep.A. RED.TOMATOES

.Daytona. Beach.. .. They will. J. Thomas will report his 9Southern cans
x't.t i to -- unit.i' .. _-_ -I ? c
1 .; ; : ...+hH ;.- 'folio,..CCOA. if Vya .
: ; 'e. drive. Miss Madge Middleton 111 A aiAMllC .9 7WWiy LI 7'" -- 1IiIiII
: Bloodworth 1 "; 'to Melbourne where Tshe' will 0. yp resnembew Co. C; t31i'nga| "fQOd break"I ; iu the meeting. Refreshments ;

ILEVEL. visit Mr*.,E. Middleton for his praise the members for the performanceby Company !i whUe'in bivouac" near. Fort Stewart, Ga.. From, left: SP4 GUsKopelousos i will be served after the YAMS No. 21/; cans J9CiIM
.. '
t a.-weeku r -, ; B" whose combinedefforts'resn1tedl1n : W. E. Carter, P, E. Starling, J. i). Griffis, R. JLGriff meeting.five .

iIrsW. Q. DowluigofMel is, and Sp5'B.p.fIIoltrendojr'i Jr.
: bourne. is visiting Mrs. W. E. ;1he Company's',.. high days in jail or a fine of DANDY GRITS SIbs
rating. .
I BAPTIST CHURCH Middleton this week. '. $27.50.Willie ..
I Rebels Defeat Sheppard, Negro, resisting -
Bill. Barbara and Steven Signal
.. ... "'David and Leslie
McKnight arrest, placed on PORK & BEANS Show Boat
probation -
Glenn of Bradenton.are visitIng ..
.... .
; ...
.. : .. .. .. g1,.:t.:.. Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Glenn and Lauren'' Thomas are attendlngthe Hoth&Froj for 30 days..AdpU i ii BLACK EYED PEAS 3 19 Ic
; : ." RA 'near
: Baptist
'., Lake for three League Dotzler, failure to
: :'.. : \ ..' :.,.I'f..l'.' ...- .,' '"".'' t.... weeks. Mayo this week.' r k- i have vehicle under control -SPAGHETTI WITH CHEESE
:. : : ._ .:.,,;. '. :.''-:,,'I"f-4:: .;"!VJ.". Mrs. E. S. Matthews will Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp'are' 'iThe Rebels defeated the R'ctive Duty and causing accident, forfeited 3 Lb. ARMOURS -- With $5 Food Order
M Heath in
t Mrs. D.
arrive Friday from Orlando vialting Untouchables 3-1 behind James bond of $27.50. ,

S : : ;, for a visit with her son and Fort Lauderdale this week. I, Norman who had"'games of i The 379th Signal Detach- Jessie Vernon Griffis, driving UEGETOLE SHORTENING 49c
Rev Gga1ez l Sheriff P.D.. Reddish' entered
; ; Tour I : 'I. daughteMn-rlaw.. &{r. and, 190.. 189, and 203 for a 194 ment [RQJ Florida National without license, forfeited

.. ..., I, Mrs,, :E, L. Matthews.Mr. : StrVincenfa Hospital Thursday aVerage which' high 'series Guard returned to. Camp bond of $27.50. "
I I L ; : t" \ I for 'observation treatment and cans
i l ;
Pastor State'Lint BaptistChurchKingsport arid Mrs. Jack CaTuso of .. in' the Summer Bowling I Blanding on August 5 after :John Henry Groth failure 3 39C

: : ;: J Jacksonville and Mrs.Greae Ca possible surgery. < rjeague': Smitty Smith led the ten months of active duty at to yield right-of-way and !

II ', TvpiLt:J: ; 7.w'... .' tUSaturday ; ruso' of 'Cleveland, Qhlcr wpr Gainesville, 'iLinda. June Stefanelli last week with of :untouchables with- a 191game trie Tobyhanna Signal Depot causing accident, forfeited FROZEN CREAM PIES, Ready to Serve I
: f \" :' : k i of Mr..andMr3.9rtha 1tS. spent : and" irf :
\t Sunday vtors ; a 165 average. Pennsylvania. The unit was bond of 2750.

: Night 'W. 730: 5: 1Jenq SteaieI1i, 4' Henry her grandparents Stefanelli.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. {'In'the other games the called' to active duty as a'result Walter Swindell public Intoxication CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY 43 C

'' -* I ,Lang returned to '. keystone Kats defeated the of the Berlin Crisis last placed on proba- LEMON COCONUT .

; Sunday ... 11 A.M.\ an&TM M1; 1 the home of her brother.i -law: returned FredSnell and week's family I Strike Outs 3-1. BUT 'Younghaja .October. tion for 30 days.
Sunday from a
i iV0.
nd'siter.1Mr.; Gal.
and Mrs. Paul Siesta ICE MILK l/2
:U49 runningred
for Edward
: : : [visit with her mother -.Mrs. T. average the Kats. Thf 379th ,was the: only un- 59c
f. Raymond on Wednesdayafter while Gene Coble it of forfeited 'bond of
SPECIAL SINGING : i Corbett I In Fernandina and had gamesof this command to receivea light,
'six weeks visit in New York
j" 168. 193. and 195 for a 185 Superior Rating its" $12.50.
: a week with Mrs. W. 'ft.. Snell on annual -
: By Rev. and tyrs. Gonzalez.l and New Jersey.Mr. 'at Beach. average. IG inspection, annual Cora Lee Aldridge, Negro, WATER GROUND

"','*'",>..:."*' : .,and Mrs. Jim RUch were Daytona ThP--,v -'Rnttnnf..-.-* S'wh.r.vr "'".,....a. "fi n.Ul.( Cm mmhin.-_._...'-.. .lI"'nfnf......U.. UdUCC n.. _;_ .J.u-.._ ,...SOIJLP.4S&J inrfIArh7. ,"nnnnpt, ... ., _fnrpitpd___n__ A Pf. A NT'& I a TlnN a aa. .MJ'A'...-; .. .-, ..... 1ha........ fcJBL JI "l'jWBUCK'S -!
t "f, V-LID Saturday evening supper guestsof --Mr< and Mrs.-David' Bachman forfeit over' the Tornadoes. spection, and annual Field Don} .of 2750. '/ ::144&q.; ,
and Belle Glade
,EVERYONE'WELCO. 'M' .Mr. ,and Mrs. anford'Ritch fanilyof were Standings W L GB :Training Test. Henry G. Evans, Negro,
Monday visitors of Mr. and
Gainesville andattendedtheAll
Rebels30.. 6. The unit also received dls'oKle'rly conduct, by fighting
at'U Fred Snell. '
; Star football '
J -;: game Bottom Scters 24 12 6 awards of commendation by sentenced to five, days In jailor
a q of F., '""Mrs.:'Alice' Anderson has re- Keystone: 1 81 8 the fine of $27.5O.HenrY I GROCERY & MARKET
Kt5. 12. ponarc Army Command. to a
i'l' .... x LL-Tom LongJr. ef FSU will turned "from a two weeks visit Strike. Outs.. '15 21 15' '2nd US. Army Command and Mays, Negro, disorderly ..

.. return home Sunday and will with FT'l and Mrs.- Lyle Anderson :Untouchables 11% 24 /? 20% office 'of the Chief of.. Signal. conduct by fighting Half Mile North Of City Limits U. S. 301

.. lean K ndty'far.Tortewart, and family,at Charlotts- Tornadoes. . '9% 26% 20% I ::Members of this 'uhit rei sentenced to five days in jailor ,
Cfa ',where he s-vriUxt lUTfansportaUon..Ofticer viUe, Va ,She her .
serve brought
;; Men's high turning to of $27.50. 'I. ,
average: Gene Starke are Oren to a fine T .
for ,'Mike home .r
16 grandson Anderson
Coble. 167; Bill Nelson. 166; Derkman Lonnie L. Full- --- -
II. days. *.1 : witlc her for a'week's visit 161 wood. Willie -
Norman Charlie S.
James ; Griggs. Rich.
.. :"Mrs. Gertrude; Packham 'entered -: Capt. William H: Edwards Johns. 154.; ard V. St. John and 'Joseph BUSINESS "DIRECTORY

r'l;> ,..j"',. Bradford County Hospital -Itr returned' from Fort Eustis, Ladies- high average: June N. Warren. STARKE
., .)f 'last medical '
., '- Thursday as a. Val summer camp on 'Friday Norman. 143; Jleoina Nelson

: RESTAURAN4iSunday I patient .':, and has joined his family' at X38; Mary Jarvis 132; Mar- MAYOR'S COURT I-, 11UTO

Ii : : f Mr. and Mral. 'J. J: Moor oiI'aycross f Kingaley Lake for -the month; jclyn Young,, 121.

: Speci ,l '. ''' -N- $1.35 :1 ,.Ga. were weekend ifler t\-htch"they return to *'High games: Vernon Buff, Police headquarters at City \ REPAIRS_ AUTO SERVICE AUTO( SERVICE
'guests of }[t. 'arid Mrs: Paul their: 'home in Canyon, Texas 244 Hall
; June Norman. 190 Mar- were filled to
; capacity
: .. Raymond.; r. where lie teaches In Earl' Garage J. B. WrightSINCLAIR Starke'sALLXINISO7
the' West
ftjff } T 9F FLOuNDER..t .... [ ,. clyn, ; ouig, 190. Monday' night as Starke Mayor s.
: t '
(The Lawsoh .fkmilies held Texas State College. Randal
| HihBeries: James Norman Chitty heard 17 StationJ.
: SERVICE Cities Service
SOUTHERN. ',..' FRIED. CHICKEN' -.. i,t eir-::annual reunion last .Sun- Mra. A. G.'Yohgiie and'Mrs.. 190, 189, 203 for 194. average. cases in Mayors Court.J AUTO'REPAIR' WORK '. ,

[d&1"" ;H/L.,1AW8an: home Ii c'Green and Daughter Peggy June Norman 190. 158 168 Sam Pete Brewton _Negro, All. Work Guaranteed STATION '.j C. Gardener. Prop.

C LF'a'L1V&R.; : SAUTE ONIONS ;on Brownlee road. The 53 jaerai bt Tairfield ''were last Fri- .oro fnr 179Those_._ ._._..,.. disorderly< ] conduct' fined- -- Phone ''''-914 Com nlet, Auto Serriee Every Mechanical Service

i:bers of the family wererepre.-' thy gutt of Mr.- and' Mrs. J. 3750. ',,-. ,W&la t. Siarfc Tirei.; General Repairs AitumatlQ
Vf J5attedes-Acceisone
8 .
: ,c4tnj4 ;, CHOICp OF TWO
,seated from Stake, :Auburn-Caldwefl f : from Starke who willrecejve'riegrees Sam. Pete Brewton Negro I Transmission

I* 'VIpdPotaoes( .' ,dale, Ja ksonvflle.'Orlando, Pan, in tommence- disturbing the AUTO SERVICE. Lubrication Washing Products
Buttered Corn ;Attending.. the Shady Grove ? peace, placedon J4 Cities .. ,
-< ,
: Lfn4! iais "* "* i'iua City.' Laktlviil and Don- Youtti Camp at Center ment-at-the University Florida probation. for 60 days. 542 Madison- 9692801Dodd's '
Pick1e Hill -
lcv1. Gilbert S. Brown TIRES BATTERIES
,' _ _ -
Saturday are M i.'
Audrey .
<> 1dsnyie'G
i Stanley .
; : 'DESSERT; : this week arefReT. and Mrs. Wayne Richards, -...T .
,, : Berser.-MED; Fred Robert'Ber- Standard Oil Serriec Station 705. N. Temple Starke
failure to right-of-way
\ -Mi33-Mwj : bier: Fashioned.Bread r Roman Alvarez BiU Jackson, -
f\ddl! : m)1S uc ger MA? Charles Kenneth Con- ATLAS Service PHONE 61-9311
'-. -Jloaticcllo 1a spending this Mirthif f\1W 'Rltth, MafshaU Sand causing, accident. fined
: JelIo2Wbippea'Cream wyp. BEE; and Muriel Colgin TIRES ft BATTERIES ._ .
., week with, her grandparents Staffing; 'Jati 11e ''BU1lmgtQn. :$.27. o. j--
S a BEVERAGE:" 'Mr. and Mrs. :r.-F.S ump..* Carol Fair, Goldie Thomas GayrMED.; I Betty Smith.Todd, failure to I II Budget TermsRoid Service Auto Sales AUTO TIRES J

'Coffte'Or Hdt}' or,Cold. Tea Mr. and lln.: Charles Durteeof Ronnie Thomas, DouglaS Conner :Ii&s Audrey >IizeH of Bruns-I yield right-of-way and causIng Phone 964-7071 Co.
Ttm '
: Starke
m 407 N. le Start Recap
wick. Gi. ia I Writing Mrt aiIrs'E. Rambler Sales & Service
CfiAtieston/, C; spent the ; Dale Brown, Linda 'Sue accident;tined $27.50. .

f 'C 'I ". ... ... -.. ." weekend with her parent: Mi Thomis. yAfic Crews; VIrgil i> M.-WUliama from. Tu .s- Erelym Griffis public InLozcaUon '. Bill Edwards GENERAL REPAIRING Pappy .E1t0LQRecap1nz 1& / Milj

: t Chef Speciali.4.? $i,50ll and Mrs.'CJirl"Joins. Mr.-Dur- jps.TJary "and Martha Bol* I &T.tq: Frjday.Mr. fined $27.50. : for ,Can &; TnutoJ
.. : .. .. I and Mrs. John Anderson S$arke 66" International. Lifetime
'' .
: i : kee*ill be discharged1 after two gW; 'Kai Halstop Jessie Willie Sheppard. Negro, disorderly ONE DAY SERVICE

r ,. F1lJcL.3Iigxoi J .i-,. / years la i the*Navy on Au13 Parrish :Joe' Sapp; Carolyn 1 ,.s9n.J".b11 qfl Co aspent-the conduct by fighting ,- Service HNTh7IIPr.shViNoa

: t ToedtIiee. Sala 4 Bpwl -: when' .he *nd his :Ianty! 'wffl.nttotec I Gl alU1, Lovrine Reams Dan- i|weekend with Mrs.'A. W. And- sentenced to five days jail or FIEESTO.VZTires. I t

4 T., '. =TRotBolis &Itttttr: :, .. -. .. 'toiTanspi trfecre he>lila apetition W:AIv ez. JoAnn Reddish.D. :erson" Sr. a.. t1ne. of $27.50. I Wheel Balancing & Alignment Batteries. Acee&oriet BATTERIES
(0 1(1.,. .,,, i .. 1trs. X J. Thomas Jr. spent ,, Phone 56HSS1 Ph.De11
will Ppictor and Willie
.- &fl?. A. Jtk&t 'Mrs.Bobby Sapp, S.hf pDard Negro. PUb- .. .
ble. j Gene CogdiU Donald Carter last Weanesday to "Friday: in lie intoxication. sentenced to n7 N. Temple, 8tate 528 8: Walnut 954-3831 301 South StUDi
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F Jacksons HonoredAt i "- 'Ia-i'Miss Li n'd a.Thomas, "" j School Board viz. 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Hc Reception i 4f".'. .':<". .. .... .. Prospective, Bride, : I Asks For aid namely day 12:00 at the o'clock Jail noon Yard, on of
'!: .. ..., Bradford County, Florida, I will
I' AfternoonSP4 ": At Coffee offer: for sale and sell to the
Sunday 1 Honored
On 5 ClassroomsThe highest bidder for cash in hand
; ... _t all the right, title and interestof
and Mrs. William T. Miss Linda Thomas, pros- Bradford John Boles in and to the
# County above described property.Dated .
I'I Jackson Jr. were honored at. c,". pective bride of August 24.: I
5 Board
GLADYS MOOTY PHQNB 964-4451 I :: I advertised for tnis Sth day of August,
a lovely reception Sunday af t't. was complimented at a lovely bids Tuesday for constructionof 1962.
ternoon from four to six o'- : "cotee"last Saturday 1 I P. D. REDDISH Sheriff
I .
five classrooms at.the. Bradford County. Florida
J Miss Schmitt clock at the Presbyterian''fellowship -i mormni\.given. by Mrs. T. 'H. j By Jean Wainwriehi

hall. Hostesses for the Slade and daughter, Miss I Southside Elementary School i 8-9 41 8-30

JI Honored ,Friday affair were Mrs. T. L. Casey, I I Susan Slack,.at their home on They will be opened on Sept. !

Jj I At Bridal Shower j Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. Guy Andrews ,E. Call 5t1"1.\'et. 6.

I Mrs. Malcolm Sanders::! 4.Highflghtlitg- points of in- I The board also gave final

-: Mrs. David Montgomery Mrs. I erest'in the i>arty rooms were
Miss Betty Schmitt II approval! to
Jean I I a $1,386,000 bud-
R. G. Paterson, Mrs. arrangements f
4 attractive
.1 j popular bride-elect was honored I \ get for the
at a lovely bridal shower I .- rf'-. Green, Mrs. Rudolph Sink,I mixed! summer flowers. The next school term,

Friday night. Aug. 3. given by f: I, F, 4 ." ,-. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt. : ::coffee; : tablein\ the dining about $50.000 higher than the ,

I I :c '; Mr. and Mrs. 'Jackson were I room corned with an current budget. The tax
: :. : was levy
Mrs. J. N. Hopkins, Mis. Har- ; : : :ty -
'; -t -.. ,' .-. : married Tuesday, July 31- cutwdik "cloth and
.1I 4f imported will continue at 24
old Crews, Mrs. J, H. Spence, : '" mills,
; ij .'. : ,::- :. ."!, '':''.J"'' Mrs. Jackson is the former! centered with \\a' pink and which
Miss Janice Conner, and Mrs. .' includes four mills for
I. ", :, j'W\ Wanda Louise Wall daughterof I of
t ,"' white carnations -
I O. E. Crosby at the home of ',1001.: '"- Miss Rita Marrano bonded indebtedness.Fla. .
Mr. and::! Mrs. J. E. Wall and gladioi?, !
I the latter at 247 Westmore- intersper-I
I4q i Jr. of Lake City former Clark-Allen .
land Street. Invited to call between Mary Sue Jackson Engagement Told .sed with leatherSltaf: ,
I Starke residents. Mrs'.N.B.. 'Rosier .presided Worth Of Florida. Inc. do Ar
., the appointed- hours Engagement Told Arrangements of yellow roses To A. M. Bryant Jr. at the' silver cof feel\ service. Marriage Vows thur winter Harris Haven,114 Central Ave.,
-s.- were 75 guests. Florida, owner. 2 BEDROOM CAFM
To Mr. TilleyMr. white stock, white chry- Mr Slade ari$ .daughter Recited SaturdayMr. Dated: this 8th Bay of August '
A pink and white color santhemums, Southern Smi- -The engagement and, approaching greeted. guests at tile door, A.D.; 1962 at St rke, Bradford Only $ Q.OO

: j scheme decorations was used with in pink the party and and Mrs. J. G. Jackson lax, and native greenery were!: marriage /of Miss and standing in the 'Deceiving and Mrs. Robert W. County Florida. 8-9 4t 8-30 &aMonthly
Rita Marrano of Naples Italyto
used to advantage in decorating -i line the honoree her
were Clark Years
the announce the For 12
announce engagementand marriageof Only
white gladioli predominating. A. M., Bryant Jr., son 61 XOTICE OF .
the reception room, for the mother Mrs. W. D. TJhomas, their SHERIFF'S SALE
of daughter
approaching marriage Joyce Annette
The refreshment table was and Mrs. A. M. Bryant oiHampton XOTICE
J.t Mr. IS
Paceot the
occasion. ,
covered with lace cloth their daughter, Mary. Sue to announced d..Mrs. L. W. \, to Charles LloYd Allen, that I, P. D. REDDISH. as Sher-
a over
I Carolyn Pellum, pink linen and centered with Donald Ray Tilley son,of The tea table was covered ; was State Farm, mother I of the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. iff of Bradford County, Florida, INSIDE fiNISHINGMATERIALS
week. under
this and
by virtue of an Alias
with white
a organdy bridegroom
_I Richard Dowhng an artistic arrangement of Mrs. Robbie Shaller. The wedding will take place Allen of Starke. Writ of Execution heretofore issued AVAILABLEAT
j over white satin and. centered Assisting In serving and out of the Circuit Court of\
pink gladioli flanked by silver The wedding will be an with a fan-shaped arrange- in Italy in October. The bride- The wedding took place I| the Eighth Judicial Circuit in': EXTRA COSTS
Engagement Told candle holders with pink event of Friday night, August ment groom-elect I is in the United caring for the guests were Saturday afternoon, Aug. 4, I and for Alachua County Flori-1 I .. .3.dtksl wvk wIdtawitdIM
of yellow roses and :white : Mrs. Char- da, in that certain cause where- S |
tapers. 31, at 8 o'clock at the homeof I States Navy and 'is stationed Mrs; 'Jimmy Rowe at the home of the bride's laThe Florida National Bank s.1 Mtiets
stock, flanked by crystal can- at'
I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellumof les Darby Mrs. H. M Ri- .
the bride's brotherinlawand in ; parents with Rev, L.' S. Wil- Gainesville, formerly Florida UfU fbitaMt
Naples. .
During the hours the
party dle holders with yellow tapers. Bank walJ W,
Starke announce the engagement charde, Mrs. N. S. Dankel hams performing the at Gainesville; was Plain-i oss
guests were asked to write sister Mr. and Mrs. O. The cloth was draped with ceremony. tiff. and John Boles Construction 3 _c. toh .... htlvfe tat*
1 and approaching favorite recipes which were R. Alvarez Jr., on Bayless 62 Members and Mrs. Charles Sawyer. Inc., a Florida corporation. | ......" eM c..j .dii .
marriage of their daughter. Highway, with a reception garlands of smilax caught at The hostesses presented the and John Boles. were Defendants S DewWe .k wi.* litd* Mkhtf

Carolyn, to Richard Dowling, presented to the brideelect.An 1. the corners and center by bowsof Present At honoree with a silver cake for ,$2,436.70 the Final, Judgment being'! S H 1.1. ..... ......1If wiftV ........
following, also at the Alvarez Iw Hold being dated May
appropriate also To. i .... lieN! wftli. 10 W8INtIty'
game was
son of Mrs. Jennie B. Dowl- white satin and illusion ', ,':': knife engraved with her name 9. 1961 and being recorded in1 yMTAl
I home. ....
played and the prize was Reunion Official Record Book 140, ; 2'.1. sJdiaS
bud Page
centered by a yellow rose Dyal
ing and the late Paul M. and the bridegroom's name Luncheon Meet '
.. 388 of the public records of Ala- M* dish
Mrs. Leola Roberts. No invitations being issued
won by are
Dowling of Starke and Or- and long satin streamers. At and their wedding date as a chua County, Florida, said Judg. a Price mar vory ccer I but all friends and relatives Sixty-two members of the ment having been assigned to cedes and tramporiaHon cottt.
lando. The honoree was presentedwith one end of the table was a memento o' the occasion.One Next: Friday{
C. L. Bric and Alias Execution
of the couple invit- and five visitors were<
are family
a white carnation cor- crystal punch bowl set in a hundred and twenty- issued thereon have levied upon t'
Pellum 1962 grad-
Miss is a sage and a Corning ware per- ed to attend. bed of smilax. present 'to'enjoy' the fiIthm1on :- .five guests were invited to The .BPW club will have a aU .of the right, title and inter-
uate of Bradford County High est of John Boles in the following -
J School and is employed colator from her hostesses as The bride's book table was of descendants of the call between the hours of 11 !luncheonVmeeting': Friday at 12 I described property, to-wit:

I now a memento of this delightful Mrs. Gahagan, covered with white satin and late Oscar: W.. and Prudence and 12:30.Elaine: o'clock 'I noon at the Garden 1 Spreader box Model RIOS I
SR No. FRS-744 rmmnuJIM
\ occasion. Bluffton held a crystal' candle holder M. Dyal atr Hart Springs: last.. Res alran.t., Theregular; meetIng .! 1 Steam cleaner, super solux ,,,
S. C.
Mr. Dowling is also a grad- with a burning yellow taper Sunday. will beheld Thursday evening (minus motor)

I uate of B.H.5. and is presently Miss Wells 14 Honored At PartyThe entwined with smilax and After a'picnic'dinner. swimming StricklandIs Aug.' 16, at 8 o'clock at 1 Block Diesel: Caterpillar Pulley I
a student at the University white pompoms. ,. and visiting,, the follow- Hostess the"home ot1rs.G.; L. Farber. 1 Grease gun for heavy equipment I WALTER CORP.
; of Florida. Is Honored At officers elected dUr-' Model 7149 3281 'V. BeaverJacksonville
Episcopal Parish house Mrs. Kite greeted guests at ing were At Swim Party- 1 Tower take off ,I
The wedding will be an event Birthday. PartyMiss was the setting for a lovely the door and Mrs. Montgomery ing .a brief business session: I Iiss NOTICE OF'lXTKXTIOJf 1 Dragline ball weight Fla.
J of August 25 at 5 p.m. them tothe Eddie Wasdin, re-electedjres- REGISTER FiCTITIOlJS; ; XASfEIotce 3 Caterpillar Rollers
Coca-Cola party Tuesday mor- presented receiving *
( Elaine Strickland was! ( Is hereby given that the I 1 Rudomatic tag line Model
in the Madison Street Baptist Barbara Jane Wells ning given by Mrs. Mattie line composed of the ident; Wilbur Gunter,,'mjoqer hostess to eight members of the I undersigned, under the provisions 636 SR A14254
I Church. No ator and Mrs. Elmer Stokes of Chapter,; 20,953, Laws'of 48 Track pin assembly
invitations are honored Mrs. W. T. ;
Gahagan honoring her daugh- couple -
celebrated her 14th birthday ,
I B squad cheerleaders at a swim < Florida Acts pfj 19U will* reg- 1 Diesel fuel portable hand
feeing sent locally, but all Saturday night when her parents ter-in-law, Mrs. Emmett Ga Jackson Sr., and Mrs. Fred secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Her- party at': her' home on Kingsley ister: with the Clerk ofth'e Circuit pump ,
Hll- j Court, in and tot Bradford that on September 10, 1962, between -
friends and relatives of the of the bertBrown, ,and Mrs. Lee
Leonhard grandmother
( Mr. and Mrs. J. H. hagan of Bluffton, S. C. Lake.Tuesday. County Florida! upon proof.*of the legal hours of sale,

ouPle are invitw. Wells, gave a party for her A yellow color motif was groom. Those in the receiv- liard will continue their;'v.:' ri The gtrts enjoyed' swunming,! publication ot. this notice "The -
fictitious of
the scrapbook.The ,
J i at their home, 329 Center achieved in the flower arrangements ing line were presented with onv, reunionwiI1bheld. boating;, skiing and a picnic i il : STORE, under SHOP ANYWHEREFOR
corsages as they arrived. next which we areengaged in buai-
Miss Linda Brookins
1.! i Street. placed at vantage at. Hart.Springs' on "$ie' l lunch during'the day. ues":at. 111 B.: Call'St.! Starke,
The party rooms were: color- points throughout the hall. Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Pat- I
Is Entertained first in sLl96V: ,
1 Sunday Aug .
fully decorated with' multi The mantel held a fanshaped erson invited guests .to' the .: .: '
AtBridal: Shower colored crepe paper streamersand arrangement of 'yellow tea table. Misses Geraldine .. .0:1"::, ', Then Come See Us!

i > baloons. The 30 teen-age gladioli, day lilies and'..pom Gay and'Patty Kay Lyon pre- Services HeeTVForMr.Harij44 ;

"' Miss Linda Brookins, bride- guests enjoyed games, dancing poms. The refreshment table\ sided at the punch: bowl and Gas:- Genie sayp: WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL
/: ,elect of August 17, was feted and weiner roast dur- covered with an ecru cutwork, Miss Henree Lou Dennis kept p '. ; : .. ,

at,a, lovely bridal shower Fri- ing the party hours. The refreshment cloth held an artistic arrange- the bride's book.. Miss Martha .,.. ,. .. i I
table was centered ment of gladioli Sanders also assisted in serv- UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET
'c&y" night Aug. 3, given y I yellow pompoms 9 Of HampfQ"I) ;, '
with a large three layer white and chrysanthemums.Guests ;
I Misses 'Pam Parker and Patsy birthday cake. embossed in were greeted at the ing.The honored couple were Funeral services.were; he I I i Your Authorized Dealer

p( &; ;Brien at the home of the red and hoWfing' red candles. door by Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. presented with a bii fs book Monday for 'Allen : I111ant in a4; 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE

It I latter on Bradford Street. Assisting in serving were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid presidedat from their hostesses as a me- Hart: ,". >44r ;'of .HampJojxrjwliqwaJa : L

<_' |[ attractive .and!, menlo' of:this delightful'' found 'dead, Salunfaymeaning" ,.
green the Coca-Cola table and -
v .An Mr and, Mrs. >2. A. Winkler -f I fT I T : : ,
>' ?at his hom ','the yic- ( .. ,-. r '
\ ptrik color motif was carried assisting in serving a'ner< car* casion. 'J. ; 'i''ft '' : I I BRING THE
and and Mrs. Warren
'p t in the, party decorations. ing 'for the guests were Mrs. Outoftown'guests nci
) Winkler. O. L.. Beasley, Mrs. George ed Mr. and Mrs. J.'E. Wall in meted: bullet; wound: : i

I .taring the evening games Flynn Sr., Mrs. Guy Sale,*Mrs. and sons, Mrs. J,.W Lee, Mrs: '* ''According'' {i'to.: information I ; : : : go' '.8" S I

.were played and prizes were }Recent BirthsMr. W. C. Powell, and Mrs. L. G. Dot Lowry, and Mrs. Horace from '.the- .Bradford' County ,. : or Udayj

jl warded. to the winners. af- Powell. Tolbert. all of Lake City; Miss Sheriff's office,. Hart was .. .
I I }: erwhich refreshments were and Mrs. Wilbur Bar- Forty guests called betweenthe Marjorie Ellen Thomson of found 'in a bed in his home .. p

served.f ry of Gainesville announcethe appointed hours. Monticello and William, T. with a' 22.; caliber: pistol I be- Swim In The Best Water In Florida

(k .j f r The hostesses presented the birth of a daughter. Linda Grlmstead of Charlotte, N.C. 'at side.the"him. heart Shot in the his'left victim's side Is The Modern Genie i That1! Does I S WATER SKIING 0 DELICIOUS FOOD

white bridal Ann, on July 30 in Alachua ,WhitakerEddingsMarriage Better 0 FISHING 0 PREMIUM BEERS
I r honoree with a t n eof' death was set at .between I Your Today's Job i

corsage and a portable mixeras General Hospital. Grandparents Vows Thompson Rites midnight and 9 a-m. .: S BOWLING SOFT DRINKS

a memento of the occasion.Mrs. are Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Sat rd y. All of his body except -: and does quietly, cleaner-faster and'moreECONOMICAL. I 0 DANCING I MUSIC

,. Opal Smith assisted in Hobbs of Starke and Mr. and Taken Monday Held TuesdayAt his head was covered' : KINGSLEY BEACH

serving. Mrs. Lloyd Barry of Brooker. I i Mrs. Eva Whitaker of Route with four blankets. : Call us today 'for,a' free estimate .. I: "ON BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY
Raiford Hart was 'employed asa
I Two, Starke and J. P. Edd- LAKE"3
the stat- of ,
"- truck driver by STARKE GAS I
ings of Macclenny were unitedin Sheldon Hamp Thompson, born Janu- : NATURAL
Florida and "was.,
I marriage Monday night at at his homein I 7 . ---- -w
86 died Sunday ary 15, 1918 in Bell, F1 r14a I
If the Whitaker home before Lake Butler. He was a native -t Surviving are five daughtersf -. I 'CITY HALL PHQNE 9644301

members of the immediate of Georgia and lived in "
f I Mrs. Dorothy Harvey I ,
family and close friends. Rev. Lawtey for 40 years before and Mrs. Katherine Harvey, !

F I I E. C. Harvey of Whitehouse moving to lake Butler ten both IU1!..Mrs M.u'I'I REGISTER NOW. ,i
i performed the At- :
II ceremony. years ago. A retired farmer, gie, McClellan of Starke

I A tending the couple were Mr. he was a member of the Irene and Iris: Hart} both ;of' I FOR ADULT EVENING CLASSES :

\ I and Mrs. Buddy Harris. Mount Zion Swift Creek Hampton ; 'three brothers: !

f I A small reception followed Primitive Baptist Church. Joseph' Hart.of" Bell, J.' W. TO START IN SEPTEMBER

,. : the wedding ceremony. Surviving are his widow Hart Jr.. of. Jacksonville l and

i The couple will reside at Mrs. Viola Thompson Lake Willie Miles Hart' of Paint Every the Bradford.County community will

I the* Whitaker home after a Butler; five daughters, Mrs. Harbor, Florida. Five. sisters: profit from one or more of the following categories.

: short wedding trip. W. J. Wilkerson, Mrs. D. W. Mrs.. Estelle Wise of Dade J For the'Civic, the Professional, or the. Social "Club, I II
: HENSR00st&1b.23 : Starling. Mrs. Arthyr Pearce, City. Mrs. Oretha Hendersonof I Leader or Member: ,

:Services Held and :Mrs.. H. T. Bennett, all of pensac ia, Mrs. Hazel : 'Sp ech, Parliamentary Procedures, Letter Writ-

; I Lawtey, and Mrs. Sebe Harris Richardson of Kissimmee .
ing .
. ,
,two I. B. Naomi Bond of Jack t.
Starke; sons Mrsv I -
Sunday For Thompson, Lawtey and M. L. sonville': and Mrs. "Carrie I For the Home-Owner or Project-Planner: > '\ .

FRYER: $ Ib.29c I Thompson, Jacksonville; 23grandcl1ildren -Lee' 'Ford of Gainesville.. i Mechanical Drawing, Use.of Tools Woodworking; > '';', ,. ;:1- !>,E I; -

_. Mr. Crawford > ,*65 great grand- th r: John W. Hart. ,: ,"o'f' Ben. Math Short-cuts. .c'; I ,," ". !>,., ". ... -
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I children and five great great Services were. from tne'Wayfair 1 ," ,;
: '
For the Business. Employee .Employer:. or ; : : : .
j Primitive Baptist I ; .
Crawford, 50, died last grandchildren. : ,
!/ -* ; Smoked Sausage! 3 lbs. $1 I Friday Silas at his home in Union Funeral services were held 'Cnurckwith.Eldex.: ; Everett' Ii Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand.,, Business! ..Mathemalics r.:;. '. ,r.'t,,:1.,"'._ -'" .", '" >l' '-, :\.
I 'Business EngIihindrn other business ;- -, .. .. ..... .
followed '
: Burial : '- ". ,
County after a brief illness. at 3 p.m. Tuesday In Dyal ;.toMS' .officiating. ; ", ,. *, ny' '' r ",>'J".- '.'Lt'. '. > ..?....' :-. ,." 't"'")
: '
II .in the W'ayfair 'Ceme* / ". : ., f
r He was born in Bradford Cemetery near Raiford, with : courses. 'J. t .
i in the Lake Otis Yarbrough officiating j rY. ;under .direction', .;De> : : '. .f..J;:; .;:!. < '
: County residing Rev. .
For The' Churches ',., _
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: ,
I ;: --lb. 29c i Butler community his entire : Arrangements were in, Witt.C Jones 'Funeral '..Hopeof' > ,. ""'4;;..'. "'.".\'i','t d. ; "". .
STEW Notation'ancKChoraKMusic:: 'I" ," .
; BRISKET General,Music ( : \.. ;-1'.f : :
f .
: ,
Starke.Recent. .
life..He had operated his farm i iI charge of Wilson-Brannen Funeral -. t ., :ff; ....;;: .: ,
I NewcomeraTo Florida :, ., ,, .' 'I .\ '" .i .: ,' 'f< ': I. j' "I
I for the 20 and wasa Home. For : : !-' > -
past years ', '., ,
I old" J H. ... ; : ; f'Ji.-,: .,.
: member of the Providence ..Births.i:'. I F1orida.Hiat. ry and GyinriI; ; :;t Cpnyeratona1 f? '"-I. ,"t. ,",.'> :..'',-4.. ': ''..,1.U. .'...A". ..'J-- ';:t-:, "'.", .''"'-' ,
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Center cut lb. 69c : Baptist Church. Rec. Department ,:. Spanish, Latin AmencanHistory and GeographyFor ; '; .t. -.iJJJ' : -
PORK CHOPS : ; "" .' ,
{ his wife Annie .. Bradford County Hospital an : <7' :' c.t,4 :::: -
Surviving are "
Pearl Crawford, Lake But- Sponsors CircusStep ,nourices the following.,births. ::1! 'All Citizens: ,, ,:: ,' :., ...-";,; : .. _
end cut jir.< and Mrs*..Elliott Padgett;: Americanism vs. Communism, Civics! American ; ;1. /' .' ..
'' : /.i' "to
lb49' .
I PORK CHOPS ler; four daughters, Mrs..Mary "" ";i: -,
and .1..i
see '
Lhamon, Albany. Ga.; Mrs. right up : Starke, 'a daughter Sandr L, History and Government \ "< "',. ;_ .-J/;:", I ;4's- "..
show'on earth! ,
the greatest J. -1
iLynn Aug. 2. ,
1 Claudette Brannen Jacksonville There'll be games, clowns, an- | :Mr. and' Mrs.. John :-C. Sim,.i; ForTheTechnicianii ,

,t. U. S. GOOD CHUCK ; Mrs. Omia Gene Lukatz, imals and entertainment of aU t monk, Stark, a 'son, WayniMfcbael !I Algebra] and Sciences .
lb. San Diego, Calif.; and Mrs. i Merle] Norman, founder of Merle Norman Cosmeticsis
kinds for enjoyment.
or 49C your 3.
Fowl Fitzgerald.Ga. For Job-Improvement: ,
Virginia r I
I .
I Thursday night at.7 o'clockat aJfr. an .: four sons Leroy and the : ; High school, review courses (leading to ,a high
the USO, sponsored by ; 7.
S. Good lb. Bobby Crawford, Lake Butler ;Raiford a daughter,.Aug at International Beauty Contest at 'Ixmgbeach,
RIB STEAK u. 69'ALL 'Starke Recreation Depart- ; Mr. and Mrs. "Ernie Griffis I i ; school diploma) and Basic Education (Reading)
; Paul Crawford Lake City; CaL
ment. Lawtey, a son. A g. 7. For
and, James Crawford Starke; : Community Improvement:

MEAT STEW lb. 59C his mother Mrs. Lola Craw- Admission is free but tic- : Drama (for a "Little Theatre"1 glotipV) ; First Aid; Recently appointed Merle Norman representative
kets must be had in order to
: ford. Lake Butler; one sister. Tickets r Civil Defense r' in Starke is,Mrs. Ruby Johns, owner of Ruby John'sBeauty
Mrs. Brown Lake*Butler -. play thegsines. maybe WILLIAMSJEWELRY
.. Leaty ':i picked up at the Pratt For Individual Improvement: Shop, who with Mrs. Orie Hutchins I is at-

Open 7 Days 6 A. M. to 10 P. M.- Crawford.; two brothers Dundee; George and David W:; Street Playground free or Faster Reading, Vocabulary Building, Literature; ''tending the Beauty Convention at the Fountain,

bought for Ic at the door Conversational French, German, Russian, Spanish -'
Crawford. Waverly; and 11 Bleau in Miami, Sunday through next Saturday
Thursday night.Entertainment. ;English Grammar Music Appreciation-
grandchildren. ; ; ,
where discuss
I I features Di-. REPAIRS innovations in beauty care are being
Funeral services held
at 3 p.m. Sunday in Providence :I I edre Harrison. acrobat;, Mike WATCHESDIAMONDSr* MAIL,your election now for the evening classes for ed.

Baptist Church. with I and Kathy Hitchcock on the AH Work Goaraateti :adult beginning in September fifteen ((15)) members are

I Trampoline, and many other required to atart & dass. Ask your friends to register.
Rev. Wilbur Bates officiating.Burial
WE STOCK A COUPICTE LINE OFtROCERIFS I was in the Fort Call I including and introducing 'A. C. Williami (12.00 registration per course.) Negro applicants write Ruby John's Beauty.Shop
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED"I that fearless : Clyde Beaton I 142 W. Call St.
Cemetery with: w11son-Ban-1 I te Prof. Eddie ThompSdns, RJE High School Starke. White
I and his ferocious Tiger Bar
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 I nen Funeral Home in chargeof J I I Starke, applicant write to L. H. Gibson Drawer 100, Starke. 117 Thompson' I Phone 964.3081
bara. : T p
; arrangements. vV, : j : 1 .
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.PA4E FOUR .'. .' .. .cz.' ,f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH;STARKE, FLORIDA .. '! .e. --- -- -------F--- THURSDAY :

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I ';....:'. .&.. j t." ....; ?'.i.l 'fC" :'41t:7.- .. : ..._,-.-.-.-.-.- .. Birthday Pant ", :, -) played, and toy blow-outs and f (OFFICIAL SEAL) of Florida Acta of 1941, will I]I I which I am engaged in business
Ida. '
'' .,"'3', ... register with the Clerk of the
,..: .'I'; .:.,; .t, :. Mrs. '.Marktee Alvarez entertained i party baskets were given' to Attest: Circuit Court, in and for Bradford !I :Mrs. Ruth Eumba, P. O. So*
'" ;'. j ,... .-f,. ....l''i'I' ',- .JttBRD with -a, birthday j each guest Martha and Alary MERRILL EDWARDS County, Florida upon receipt i 435 Starke Fla., .*!. ,owner.
.. .:. ;:. ., ?.." _" ..:: ; City Clerk. of proof of publication of I Dated this Path day of July,
... "' party Monday afternoon in Alvare, helped their mother
'' 1 Bradford
8-9 5ta! 1962
.' i. I r .'- ..;.,.. I this notice, the fictitious name A.D.
L. .
s r .l '"' .. honor ofher: little' daughter, entertaiu.and serve the guests I! .' -. .. of Crescent Motor Court underon Count Florida
Qft w Year. ,. ;. Elections Are Important :.,. .. .. Bj: Mrs. Nancj C. Tpmpklas Kathy Jo.-.on.-her slxtti:birth- refreshments. TVOTICK' J TO BIDDERSThe I U.S. 301 South, Starke Flor- 7-26 4t 8-16
,t. ., r. I Board of Public
s. L .. '. ame 'were I Instrue.Ition
1 ,- -- .- day.
; f.9Pi'f R q .
T of Bradford Florida
J ) If a': a citizen of Starke was, pick: .ed at pie have the vptinjgr i power-; -change fl' : _______ I I will receive sealed County bids in'-' Supreme Black Bass Fishing ;
? Rev, Allen Price |
"and fam-
) '' ; yy, ..y ..y ,'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTViNEWS ., the Board Room of the said
random and asked which officials canmake ''deal (:
1 city one. erson a great '
i pdifference ; fly returned from North Carolina \ Board for furnishing of all la-
t will-.have to yon for office in the up- in''' the. "outcome oflany de-l! 'last week,'baking attended >QF, INTEREST TO COLOREDCmZENST '> bor FIVE and CLASSROO9I materials to ADDITION eonstruct: S. & J. FSSHil i iiiol

coming .September Jl tity election, cision! ,.much less two.and:possibly three! Ridgecrest an/1/ a' wonderful OIF BRADFORD COUNTY j j TOt

I chalices are.Mr}/Citjzen:wotild''notlcnowall Let's' look.still further into,one ofthese I' trip in the mountains-- M !.I Starke Southside, Florida Elementary School AND MARINA '

,of them..It is probably, a good guess dull, uninteresting; ,.>.* **; .4jiA'*.* I f' -. !! be received until 1:30 o'clock} P.Vii. .
"usual'on *J *
here Sunday.. I )Ir. and blr L. G. Cox Owners-Operators
as ,
J that'he would( notkn6wthe"date'pfj'theelection : tions. How many voter does it k take to I : ,*A AtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAmon, Sept ii, 1962 and then public- ..
There 'were '105' in Sunday ,..., ', -- !IT' opened and read in the \
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1. or tbat the 1deadline' to'jualify 'wIn orie'ofthese important council, I toRib'ATelephone :
H School ,and a1: 'urge c ngregalon' School Opens Soon .t New York; and many 3!/2 .. SOUTH OF sATstnM,
) to vot ts 'i Well in. 1960 'anotheYoff Plans, specifications instructions -
( August:25: posts ; ; ar j '> Park 69.4363CaBI1S
churcji .
at ; Pre plannlilg ...for teachers, other relatives arid friends. to bidders and the gen- Pomona
I The 'a lsw'er to the election/Carl! Lamar Jolin won.his, eral .
> tot'guestioiris-t- pree 1 'Mr! and Mrs. Jim Bradford' will start August 20 at RJE Funeral services will be held eonditions and form of

I {our:. The' number certainly doesir't sent'post with only 636 'votes,. beatirig I Ihis. and.nttle,so1'.5') of Miami stopped i i I with the theme of "Improv- at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, in proposal the -Architect.may Robert obtained Broad-from -AIR CONDITIONEDy..

j Sound yerjrlmptessive; .but let's .take .' opPonent;, One Wiggins, --just ,13 by on their way home to!I i ing Reading ,In, Grades 1 Mt. Moriah Methodist Church Jarksonville foot.? Jr., 5557 11,Arlington Florida. Road, Plywood Boats :Motors Live Sai '- Tackle -

} time:-;foexainine" $.thrie.of. those four ''votes It'.i&" easily seen that"*,very few'' Miami and;//had lunch with the Through 12:' with Rev. L. H. McLendon: of- Two sets of plans and specifications .

J positions: e 'y carefully:these dull, elf-, .votes-coiild 'ihave changed that 'council j Drew Sweats .Monday. They All students entering 1st ficiating. Burial will be in the any general may contractor be obtained makinga by Guides.

I year,, elections inight be more impprtant seat and perhaps 'the.make-up of the I had .been visiting their. parents' grade for the first time must family plot jn McIntosh with S 5.l0 deposit per set, at the COVERED DOCKS MODERN SWIMMING[! POOt
office of the Architect which. .. .
t In'.Hahira': Ga. August 31 at RJE Hugbes-Chesfnut Funeral -
than you thmk"Let's entire city 'board-, That one position register ; deposit will be refunded to ,
;, pt ends of'Mr. and'Mrs. AIred' High No child will be admitted Home in'charge. 1 i general contractors submitting
ttfte tHree council could have the balance of
I I talfd) city swung power. Addbon will'be' glad to I'I he .sheis, .six Visitors Return I a bona fide bid when plans and>
iS tifshvhicf for frabs'for"int The city' .at present.jias only 2,103 I specifications are returned in'
1 are .
up .
I know that they }lave'moved years old on or before Dec. ,.blf.. and .Mrs, Jjarenton ; good condition Deposit checks r Y
t stance.. Starke'a city councU.fsi!J ;} a ,body,' registered ydters 272 Negro and 1331 into the'jr new )lOme. i I I 31. This .is a state law. Please Chandler have returned from ': must-Hoard be of Public made Instruction.payable to Additional the- '

: ( of five persons-a numberwhich i In white Only, 59 vot swere.csstin'the The. CecU. Sapps of.' Clearwater ?I. bring birth certificate. I an extended visit, with Capt. complete sets of specifiliations FRANKf

;j 1 its, sh 1i Jnessi becomes.vei'I*;'significant.One. ., I960 race ;won by Johns, :and the other spent their 'vacation;1: Clu*'News .. and Mrs. gillie' McFadden' contractors may and be material obtained dealers by

.A Pek>soiivOif;: >(! th oard' hasVto >become :. two races varied1 -only a dozen votes here with Mrs; B Bessie Sapp.j The Fiesta Social) and..Saving and .children: in St. Loin making a $10.00 deposit per set

hainnanV;, which means'' that;,oh. from'that count. ** The Thompkins and "Halls.:. ?.Club will meet Saturday, Wash. They were joined 'by .it which the deposit office of will the not Architect be refundable. -

I any .given1 isslfel, >rio matter hOw" small .City Clerk "llertili, Edwards: says Ipeht Mast-" rhursdap' and FridAj' 'Aug.11: instead. Aug.-,25, their aunt, Mrs, Ida Butler; Additional plans maybe ,

or large, K4 catfnj&Vpl5: vote excfvt"ll; that'more .than'*!;OOO'names'"have been Jacksonville, visitingthe" Please remember to bring ,and also visited, the. World's cost procured of reproduction upon payment which willi of
Giles Thompkins-the Dar" your> birthday gifts tothe Fair in, Seatt1e,.Mrs. Chandler not be refundable. All plans andi
i i
I case of a tie. The --mayor.ahd city;eieik, removed from; the cif Y's voting .list. in byi, arid the Ash familp:.The I fi president's house before Sat- will,leave Tuesday for WestPalm i I specifications, regardless of I IS BACK

1 always.iir t e'< pundt'table! 'at't ebI, ;= the' past. three 'ye'ara.. A voter purged I.I Giles Thompkins have just had t I urday. Hosts will be Mr. and t, ,1 method returned of to procurement the Architect, shall within be-

moot 1'Y' meetings, .h la. v e ho'votiBg'pbw-I Ier. from the',rolls is one who has nqt ex. a ,large< swimming- pool' built, Mrs. Jerry CJark. : .peach to accompanyMrs. ; seven (7) days after bids arei
'> < .' .' Butler. i received.A .
1 i /? ercised his privilege in two. consecutive which was enjoyed very much Church News I I certified or cashier's check,
I \ That JeaTesjust' make .elections. by';all: '* 'Y c : .I Mt. Moriah Methodist) .,. r.' I or bid bond, properly executedin
sum not less than 5 per
t most of the1 decisions':with which ...fifecouncil Edwards estimates. that there are Mr. arid-Mrs. G.. B. Reddish Church will observe pastoral Coca-Cola Beats I cent of base bid payable to the AGAINat

J ia faced,' mean* just four perSons probably '2,500 to'3,000I persons in and' children of Jacksonville day this Sunday starting with BuietJp! : 3715In I Board must accompany of Public each Instruction proposal :

J .'maKe'' most 'of' the decisions concerning Starke who could qualify to 'vote. Con- were Sunday guests of theirfathervand church school .at 9;30, Supt. I as a guarantee that the bidder
.I grandfather, Rai- Holy Small Fry Play will promptly enter into agreement -
I Essie Holland in charge.
x'ait;$803,511 (thisyears current sider that and then think that only ford Reddish. ',' observed 'j to do the work and furnish -
Communion will be i
I a performance and payment
; ?budget) 'business>s into1'which we slightly over GOO votes can elect1 a*city '* Mr. and Mrs Cecil Sapp at. 11 a.m.and;: 6:30: regular I Coca-Cola defeated Bubble bond in the sum not 'less f

tax'payers invest. a great deal.of money councilman in a'cjty: l of between 5,000 and Mrs. Bessie Sapp"spent service along with .commun-; Up< 37-15 for their third than tract. 100 Each per proposal cent of when the sub-con-
.' ,
J each 'ly ar. **" -** and 6,000 population. I. ', from Thursday until Saturday ion service. All members, and I straight win in the Small( Fry j! mitted must be clearly markedon

In this dull, off-year election then, In the light of all this, 'we Suggest at Beautiful Island Lake friends are asked to attend series Monday afternoon at'' name the and cover the with name the of the bidder's pro-

three of those four council seats' are that any Citizen w"ho is qualified should below Citra. < these services. Harry Young, the Little Boys Baseball Field. ject.The > .
I "Twoof'the: register and vote in The Rufus Jones family and lay. reporter. Bubble Up won the first Board reserves the rightto
open. councilmen, Wayne this year's city reject any or all bids and
1 :Pouglfis and'Carl :Lamar Johns have election. Mrs. Josephine Brewing and Ebenezer Baptist Church two games and now have lost! to waive informalities.. '
three in '' The Board of Public In-
a If
row. -Cola
sons of Lake City were Sunday announcement: Home Mission
already drawn competition and Carl The outcome will 'I struction of Bradford County LOrigfridge
undoubtedly affect
beats them this Thursday afternoon
J guests of Mr. and Mrs., meeting held. at 3 pm'l Florida.
, as y unopposed.. the pocketbooks of each of us for the Marshall' Dobbs. r Sunday. All members and )|I they will win the' 8-9 3t 823NOTICE

1 But in any case where }just four peo- next two years. Mrs. Lessie Barnett and little friends are asked to be present 1 Small Fry championship.. j j OF NAMES OF

,.I: r > granddaughter Debbie; 1 ; Rev, Roberts pastor. NOTICE PERM)\1 AHPKAHI.M TO BE

M left Monday for Lakeland; to Greater Allen Chapel AM. August 7, 1962 I OW.NKRS OF aRauoztuPItOPF.RTC I

I I Halt A Loaf Is Better .. visit Mrs. Barnett's father E. Church will observe; Trustee the I, City Randal of F.Starke Chitty Florida Mayor. by of I Pursuant to Section 13 of
I Chapter 717, Florida Statutes,
John Elliott, who is ill at this Day this Sunday( starting with virtue of the authority vested !I entitled 'Florida Disposition of
time. "'" Sunday School at 9:45: a-m., in me by law, do hereby call an j I Cnclaimed Property Act" noticeis
With the Federal Court deadline track money and leave 'small North election, to be held at the Fire
Mrs. Julian Dobbs and Supt. Fannie Bell Frazier: in Station, In the aforesaid Town I hereby given that the persons
'August 13 fast approaching the big Florida listed below to be the
j counties bankrupt with no funds by qualified voters o'l Tuesday, i appear .
daughter spent Saturday nightin charge. The youth will have owners of unclaimed personalor -
of September 11, AD.: 1962 for !
"numbers game" reapportionment with which to i
purchase right-of-way of intangible property presumed::;
Gainesville as the guest charge at 11 a.m. At 6 p.m. the )purpose of electing the fol- I
-continues Tallahassee with almost as to improve' roads that tourists must her parents Mr. and Mrs.. E. a missionary service will be lowing officers: I abandoned.Information concerning the

many plans advanced as there'are members travel to reach the tracks? Such actionon G. Knight. ,% ; held 'with the message deliv- CHIEF For OF OneYear.GBOITP1 POLICE. amount or description of the Rest

in both houses of"the Legislature. the part of'Dade ,would be as insaneas Mr. and Mrs. Biir'Brownin? ered ,by the pastor, Rev. L. A.Sampson. OXE ALDERiUX, property of the and holder the name may and be address ob--

I With few If'any questions answered the proverbial goose that swallowed, lef.t Monday with' their son, All members and For Tiro'Years.,: tained interest by any in persons the property possessingan by

a ,in. the first ten. days of the. special. sex- the golden egg. I I Henry Perry,,to visit ]relativesin friends are invited to attend "LDER3IAti'GROI'P0E ,2 I addressing an inquiry the Ray
E. Green, State Comptroller as
'! .slon, some of the more optimistic leadera Most objective observers agree that Tennessee. / *? these services. I FT; Years.GROUP Administrator, Abandoned Property
Mr. &nd Mrs.'BeUing1;Johns .Obituary Notice 30'E OPEN 9:00: A.M. 10:00: P.M.
are predicting that the fair Division Capitol Tallahassee -
n an acceptable solution would be to have ALDERMAN,
one ; Florida. Be sure to mention
} Plant City r 922 Flor-
and children, of Harry Harmon of For Two Years.Ieapeetorp "
plan, of reapportionment will be house-in this case the' Senate elected account number, name and ad-
w&e weekend guests of their ida St. died .suddenly Wednesday for Said Election Monday Through
dresti, as published in this notice Thursday
worked out by this weeks d. Let's hope, the.basis'' Mrs. Margaret Blankenship
n on of geographical units and .
Unless of
aunt. Mrs*Lydia.Johns. -Aug.-i, at his home. Mr. R .C. "Pee We -'* Dampier proof ownership .
they're right.: .. the.House of Mrs. Ernestine is presented to the holder by .
Representatives Denmark
on the ba Mrs, Lizzie. of. Jacksonville He'was a native of McIntosh September 25, 1962. the propertywill
'y Sine$ the Federal' Court in rAIiami sis of population. Such reapportion-/ spent the weekend and came to. Starke in the Mr.Mr. Charles Albert Foster Hardy Ire delivered to the Admini- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
{' :d clwed 1 Florida's] C ailment rtion frtenfr *ftjs' with relatives,here. was Mrs. J. E. Hardy strator. Thereafter, all further .
;,present } j ; believed,'aecepta: late 1930's, and a member Mrs. Shaper claims must be directed to the
'' illegal, it is conceded even: Jto>y.the.: } ; the courts, and certainly it should Mr. :and'.Mrs. E.::W. Tomp- of Mt. Moriah Methodist Mr.: Ray Peggy Stone Administrator.: 8:00: A.M. To 11:30 P.M.
1-0251-0021 ,
Smith W. P.
"small .cqiinty :.ra tljgfity'hhc""inrttile" be for.that is the formula by:which' our kins; and Mrs..Nell Hall visited Church. He was an industrious Mrs.Mrs. W.Owen D.' Vaughn Thomas i Starke Florida.

State Senate ;that'-spme 'form,, of reap- national Congress is chosen. I' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews last worker and will be missedas Mrs. Betty. Blackburn' (Alternate Ray Administrator E. GreenS .
Thursday ill Hart Haven. and odd job man. ) s
a painter
(I t portionment) la'now inevitable. The problem There seems to be no basis in the|I George Riggins spent the Surviving ,are his wife AItameta. ;Mrs.< nate'Kath'erine' Chism (Alter- 8-9 2t 81BOTICI

?", i -} is'to fipd'a ionmla| that will be acceptable past history: our nation for the fala- weekend with relatives in; Harmon; his parents, In testimony whereof, I here \ : OF INTENTION TO

k to'the.court* as well as the Le g,- cious doctrine that both houses of alawmaking :Madison. Mr, and Mrs. John Harmon unto subscribe my name and i 1 REGISTER FI CTITI 0 1 NAME Frank 'Laffan, Manager
the of
'seal the said
cause town Notice is that
,' i'islaturrw ;y l body should fc 'electedon! b u.and Mrs: Joe Cason of, McIntosh; sisters. Mrs.; Le- to me hereunto affixed this the ithe i undersigned! under given the provisions ,.. -_ -' J' _,, -" .

i i .As. ;:man y have' pointed out, it .will 'thtf' basis of;, populafion..The Maryland and Grandmother Dowling ola Coleman and Mrs. Eliza- 7th day"of August, A.D., 1962. ;. of Chapter 20,953, Laws

j be much foV the had as Saturday dinner guests beth Thatcher all. oft McIntosh --- n .
better Legislature to Supreme Court recently sustained a low : ------ : < .! f

: reapportion itself than to have, the Fed' ; er court decision that, while house Mr:: and Mrs. Joe Bryanand. ; brothers, Frank Harmonof ; L. ., V ,

4 eral Courts do it: The' obvious: fear is resentation must be approximately rep l elf Idren Jacksonville.. McIntosh- Archie B. Har- !

5 that if 1t Is"left ,- the ,Mr- and Mrs. Glenn Gram- ,1- J1 AREA BUSINESS
up 'to courts, the equal populationwise, the senate dis- ling .and daughters of Talla- .1_ DIRECTORY

; Teapportionmenf'formula will be based tribution could takeinto effect. regional: hassle were weekend guests, of .gaewe rs i
:' orr populatibh in' both houses interests. .
>giving the Drew Sweats. ,. .
t-the so-called ,"big xOunties" 'completeJ The most obvious example of this :I Allen Finley left Wednesdayfor i Set M'eefingNext -.-----..- .. ,_ .. : ;I l I

J control l of our law-making machine .. is the U. S.. Senate in which each of the Daytona Beach J where ..hehas' ; AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIESJohnson SEWING. MkciUNESEltf\ -

: That would be a complete reversal of fifty: states has'two'members, despite entered a. school for the TuesdayA I Il l I I : _.1 I

{ the present situation, where'a minority such population disparities'New York, handicapped' Hull's Brake Supply 1 VOLKSWAGEN r & Paris, ,, ,
Mrs. Myrtle Sapp had as, Sales Service Parts : Sewing Machine
of Florida
voters elects a majority of 'with over sixteen million ]
inhabitants Inc.Complett
[ meeting of owners and "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" .
Sunday 'guests her daughter Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
J meiAbers of both houses. 1 and Nevadi '
Although .
no with.less ;
1 Line QtSEEDS
300,000. ; and frer" friend Jerri managers of independent automotive Service
Audrey, For Every Car 01 Truck C4j.K .
{ fair-minded. : person? can justify both It is always painful to upset the Bell of Jacksonville." service establish- ) .PLANTS ..
t Turning Grinding Relining FR 2-35S2: I- ''' .
houses being controlled by the non-met- status quo" and it is easy'to see why Mr., and l Billy Sapp hadas ments of the Starke area will FERTILIZERSInMctkidee New Home WWte
ropolitan voters of Florida, it is obvious 'a legislator would be reluctant' to ap Sunday guests their daughter be held Tuesday night, Aug. While You Wait 1020 E. University Ave. -Pet Supplies Jfecchi fUttBiles

that an even more' unhealthy situation nI ''prove'giving up'his seat through a re. Shirley; of Jacksonville, 14,. at 8 pan. at .the D & W 1111 3. Main Gainesville GainesvilleB 'We Rent Fertilizer threaders' & Service

I would 'exist if both houses were controlled .shuffling or merger with' ': tl"lt '!, ,. {I ,,.1 Auto Supply on E. Washington FR 2.9839 224 N. W.. *th Ave.
some other Future ,. St. in Starke. & G Motors Co. Repair. On All !Make
by.Dade; Pineallas, Hillsborough, shstrict.'There'comes a time however Eagle FR z-oE76
CAfJLL.OLDSIOBILE 815 W. Univ. AvV Gaiaavih
of the meeting will ,
Purpose *
Duval and a few other metropolitan \-when changes must be ,,made Scouts Given AUTO RADIATORSButler's
an ditsmuch be,,to discuss the possibilityof, F83 IIILLMAN Gainesville Flv 876-1075
areasi, more Sensible to take half a loaf Weekend Tr J farming a )local unit of the I Radiator Sales and Service I

,,'Although selfish extremists in:,both than the risk of losing the whole J'I pBtptltirtastet I Independent Garage Owners 2001 N.V.: ISth. Rt. 441 II HIFISTEREO I

groupsw6uld'; '.doubt like4 to control loaf ateJ". I Pierson Jr., I !. FR 6-7515 ;
x ; t ,;)avid Melt\ *f Florida. W. F. 'S'e e Top Tunes ROOFING,_._
both houses. of, the Legislature, Florida I' gpmery and. Mrs., Montgomery !: executive.director of IGO describes i i-
hoped that
leaders who predict llott Modem Cores In ,Stock DOUG>e- LANCERSIMCA The Biggest, Little RecordShop
'Wo 1d .settlement of in the South"HiFI The iHelzel
; the reapportionment Repairs All Cars Trucks I 1 Co.
". Wiflit'woul i it 'Scouts from 70 ."promotion of the general
; l. proti! A ode.-Cau.... .fits..tq stalemate by this weekend :Eagle: Troop National Trailer Rental Sales Parts Service Stereo Component Dealer
19ral) the.hon' are in welfare of the entire automo- ROOFINGSIJKETMETAL
'on weekend camping trip I
share of the state's race ;
justified in their optimism. 119 S. W. 4th Ave., Gaineavlli.Fl CSED CABS TOO Harman Karden
.. ..., t- -.r' -. theMfantahata National. For tive repair and maintenance '
} ** **!f- 2-04&6 KLH Fairchild Carrard
C ioner Green tarke, Flooded other' setaioris. est near )Highlands N.,G..They ., industry," Poole-Gable Motors 811 W. Union A1'e. Gainesville; 'I AIR CONDITIONING
M, of the county plan to leave. early Friday All .managers and personnel 119 S. E. 1st. Av*. GainesvilleFR FR 2-2728 'I No Job Too Large Or Too &aJ

Fli ::rQ'piio) ,. ,t, 'i ts Y,='Tuesday with 5.6 inches of rain record morning. of, independent .automotive AUTO. SALES &SERVICE. : 24343 202 8. E. (tit St. aatiaat3t

:Company's"G eSt Thus d ed so far this month. Starke Scouts!who "'rill! ? make' the service- establishments _are. invited LADIES WEAR FR 2-1491
e r Shower is !IMPERIAL CHRYSLER '
| second with 3.52 Automatic Transmissions i iA
<.. : : ; trip 'are Billy .Dean. Thompson to attend the meeting. PLYMOUTH. VALIANT lt
'Coiinty Commissioner1' us- ,14 'Santa Fe third with 3.5; and > Thomason, Tom Cherry's
J Btarke streets were flooded 'Highland Dpany Authorized Sales Potts ONE ,DAY SERVICE
U Ore ftttiirVieBUte .Tt' ctor: derstorm1"" first week Moore: They have completed i I
J that dumped. 1:25 AND EXCHANGE ; For Ladies
.;Why! tt Qalleori. -Ohio.* .*. (inches of rain here early''Tues* .to; August all requirements for advancement -< Has/ 69"* Cases 3 HawesPowersMotor) I DRESSES SmT8COATS 10 'btahe' .,

J J Tli eriUr eouhtf txxruc&TO ''day'night..Santa: F* Fire-To- i The daily downpours have to -Eagle.} ,Scouting'! During' JulySixtynine Gator Automatic ACCESSORIES All Of Vaeuoow'If

Isipu't) inala 'the :jrer reportisd 1.2 .inch S during 'kept forest fires 'a# a mini; highest rank,'and'''win,re elv Co. Transmission Service 105' -UnivenJty, oJnevUlt It Needs RepairiBring

ttifp"jS "guest tf" theTStatepapany thai time; .but'Louis Hill 'mum, with"only one. burning> the award in the near future, cases came..before INC. .... ; In To Kbty'i"NEW
t :> 'bat'' tenacres: recorded during the The camping trip Is being County Judge T.A. Yawn FR; 2-2581 MOVER A USED' VACUUMSAuthorized -
.Giftn Tower af.I2ghiand.iad.. I
.>only 19 SE 2nd Place '
I past week. 204() N. Main. Gainesville. (next to P.O.) Kirby DistributeeKirby
{ t waa. the only ,one who went. 12! inchi'and t ; Nerr liver-Tower giverr to the boys Jy the Scout during: the month ': of July Gainesville PHONE ,372-0372
1J n.thecom,- none. % l4 i Since Jan. 1 there have been master1-u a reward tor,, ,completing I with improper passing leading Used Can 312 N. HiaFR GainesvilleMayflower

I U56 fires with 1,348.5 acres their Eagls require the with 15 6-3409 CONCRETE PRODUCTS *B .,.
way teases.I
,p1 .
it i 1
t 3&pw.pri learld .Augustbidvfair to,:. .came burned. ...
During the I ,
I same pe ments.buval The cW} ,stand-by unlawful i .
I 1;return' iii* Starke Ttiured'&yaJter > i.1 the wettest,1lltin'tIi" of the 11od' fast pear there were '109 ," att -'! t II speed US second with 14 I i LlNCOLNMmcmY INSIST: THAT ALL YOUR I Sales& Service

': >Jah' overnight visit.. j year' With Ne>c River leaning. fires'' !with: 460J acres.turned.ft PatrolIs cases and, worthless checks COMET: ( FIAT METCOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS LOCAL AND LONG ...
.. .' '- f t eampingt'Blanmng took a, big jump to third 'I I Authorized Sales BerriceTrataed.Hilthalila ', ARE THE BEST FROM DISTANCE MOVING I! S. W. bt uamet'fWI

.' ... +- THE:' BRADFORD.' COUNTY 'TELEGRAPH place--with 13 cases. Parfc Edwards Building 't, to'ge: And Cratla, iI' .. ..FR...<6-7119 r. .
.. y. ESTABLISHED 187, There were seven convictions G.o4Uvd GafDenIlJe FR1224 r v. <0. J
.t. 'w' l'dfi. '; '-h't r-' t : for'VOlul' U7 intoxication .Carl Supply,. Inc. !t I

., t t, : ,: .. r a. JI's Iloiti8a'as a14Mt 1N&Id1'NflfJPIIper =.Camp.Blandinf \a alive with five for no driver/s license -**: 726 S. Main -- FR 24844 MUSIC SUPPLIES WELDING

">,. 1' .* .. ,Publtiiled' ()aa.. r activity this week with 25f three for failure to have : B r rkl.ey Motors t Gainesrflte Flay i : I .

tiauoasi J. lUlider' T be: '". i Duv+l County'School Boy Pa. vehicle under control, and two I I '615 N. Mala. Gainesville ELECTRIC MOTORS Lillian's Music Store
: troI 'members their ;
r : attending each for failure to give a signal i I ,. i Universal Weldingtloa
ihR. 1f i a j' annual summer tea and reckless driving.' "cuh t.'TL
Electric Motor .
;. .. E. k. TI'HEWB' The arrived Sunday Crane Motor Co. ii' 18 I 'C ,
group Each; of the following'>cases is 3KRAEA j PAY
and Kill leave this Sunday and 1 had one conviction each: ag LARK 'AKGLZA V- Repair Co. V WINTER* .. '

f.., ,...\ :. Editor and. Owner another contingent of 150 patrol i gravated'assault' assault with .' ENGLISirFORDMERCEDES ? OF GAD 8VILLE. iNC.COSIPIJrTB'.EL10Ci'fiIC. CA&PIANOS 1 F t pipe p'luIJ iasr:'$feel ruma.
: .
.. >:t ," PLi1VORaAN9CHO1lD
.' .sUa'scftIPTlON> RATES 'members will arrive for. intent to murder improper BENZ -.VOLVOAuthorized : !: ; -r.Steel Impair Tradl:
: ,s' "
f tl;.. :,. ...... ... ilt' "TRADE-. blA.,... ., 1r-1.';: oUTin. TRAOt Am'"._' a' week's camping fun. driver's license, driving on a .Sales ,4 Service MOTOR ORGANS -$159-$375 Bodies Tra&n
'.r ,ONrY&AR.> ..00 ONE YEAR '.'._ SPECIAL
Tbe' 48 removaifcf "Co Service t. AD SALES AND SERVICE DESIGN
boys represent Dui rim ( property under >npkk Guitars -DrumsSheet
,::11. t+ v! ilfcT, MONTH. '' ':J.t? .1011:nt.t .. :a," : Ornamental
m COOntJ schools and ..artSPGBsared lien, driving on the wrong latea" "Distributer of IfusicBudgets Iru W-k
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::, w iJ) .til side of the road running 506 E. Att. New Lincoln Motors
"--i' li ft> ti4Jj'!r>14'a t ed'ii'Cltsil >Matter! '.'k. '1 everj JW. ? a University I 419 S. Main Gitjgp
Duval County Sheriffs Department tstbp sign! ;"and no 'taf. FR?24251Oil&esville. I FR %..1311I FR 8-5921
j' 1 ..ria"J-e t Offlct at 811a.'naiir Lot: of l1 a.rcJ..U1. j
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1 ? ? ? 'YYYYYYYVYVVYYYVVYVYmVYYYPvvvv yy' Clay Libraries '! !jYYVTYtYYYTYYT1 Waldo have moved to Melrbse. ".....,...".... ........... ,I and! MrsE.:. :J.: Hulson. .

Plan Parties For ; Bill Heydorn is in Akchua Mat>Frank. Walters and

j KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ELROSE General Hospital in Gaines GRANDIN i daughter? i C of. Austin, Texaj

Smoke Bear ClubThe ville. were here to attend his father's .

.. K. 'Schaeffer.. Mr. and Mrs. W. Alien
By Mary By Mrs. Alice..Rothhammer H. funeral.. .
i '
By arleJeDe{ BrantkyLAAAAAAAA&AAAAA1J '
County librariesare and children spent'three
Lilly of Florahome
Richard ,
( &AAA&J A A A a & A & & a a a a a a.a..A..a.a.a a a.a a a a a a g &.a a a i & a a a.a.. having three parties for 4.L IALAAA AAA4A4jj4 weeks vacationing in the West.A Donald
J -a anaaaaaa as a- ---- -------- Seigler.'and$ Eugene
all members of the Smokey. ; % Library News I' recent guest of Miss Irma

New Ccach To Meet grade this year we can expect Bear Club, their friends, and *_ Miss Marguerita Float presented -! Jean Tison was her cousin Mrs. Rebecca Brantley. he Brantley of.Gl"aJ.1din attendedthe
; Asociational l Brotherhood
I1 With Boys Friday an even more rapid rate relatives. The parties will beheld the story hour at the I' Miss Sarah Jo Adkins of Orange former correspondent for this ,
Meeting at the First Baptist
: column, has moved to Melrose
Roy. Spradley, the new ; of growth in the future. in Green C ove Springs r : % library Tuesday to the memi i Heights.Mrs. '
I Church in Falatka last Mon*
coach at KHS, want to meet! Birth of Interest on August 14, Orange Parkon : ; bers of the Summer Readnaut Cecil Harris of We- Mrs Rosa Brantley was re-
; :
all 'members of the : Mr. and Mrs. Mann Jr. the 15th p-- cently honored \rlt. a dinner day night.
Keystone Ray and in Keystone ;Program. A party will be held laka visited her parents: Mr. .
Indians football squad at 6:30: j|1 announce the birth of a son, Heights' on the 16th. Members j jr L4's I-1 Tuesday.: Aug. 14. at the Par- and Mis. Robert Cason. re celebrating' her' 81st birthday David Brantley, son of Mr..

I p'.m.: 'Friday, Aug.. 10. at the ]I Charles Raymond on July 29 of the club will fecei've'car.js jd ish House to mark the end cently. anniversary.. .Enjoying' 'f 'this occasion and Mrs. Eugene Brantley,

school. I in, Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. telling them of the exact of the summer Mrs. William Burgess'o- .Largo1: with her were Mr..and has returned home after t

At 8 p.m. Coach Spradley', Mann is the former Jua- time" of the parties. -d dL I1 Walter Float program.will be in ,: visited Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Mrs. Warren Brantley and : week's stay in Bradford Coun,

and Mr., Knuth. new princ1- t nita Brazzeal of Palatka. July was the best month on '- :- charge of the event. C rtifi-I Samson recently. children. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. ty Hospital. He is getting
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i News from St. William'sOn 'fo'r : Alderman. Mrs. Annie Sikes: ::Along very well and wishes tq pal of, KHS will meet with iI; lecord the libraries from cates will be awarded to chB- Mr. Dan is in Alach a General
parents of the boys and members ;' Monday night Aug. 6, the standpoint of the .numberof I I : dren who have read over ten i' Hospital. all of Orandin; Mr. and Mrs. think {e.teryonc',19r: .;. the nice
I f of the Booster Club in'' the Parish Covered Dish Sup- books loaned. Throughoutthe : books during the summer. Mr. and.Mrs. H. R. Murphy! Leslie:: Price-of.Melrose; Mrs. cards be, received.;. .' .

the. conference roam at Clay !I It per was held in the recreation county c more... than. 3,300volumes _'.- I Next Sunday the Women of are visiting. relatives and,: Lorene. Clay' of; Palatka. t, Mr. \<.Mn-and-tors. Charlie Sappof

Electric C prrative. They j hall. There was a large group were. checked'' out ,by PriiieipalKnuth Coach Spradley Trinity Episcopal ChIrch will friends-in Miami. j i and' Mis. H. B.! FennelfofSanford t' Palatka visite
would like for the boys to attend in attendance and:! plenty of readers. hold a reception after the Alexander Barnett, former ; Mr. and Mrs. tfleeTlllis. .! Grandin last Friday. The

I this meeting also. good food. After everyone was Starting Tuesday. Sept. 4, morning services for Mr. and resident of Melrose, is reported Gladys Tillls,, R. A. Til. : Saps and Mis. Margie Stuart'

It Won't KP LongNow! I. served and all were enjoying the- :tranches in Orange Park New Principal And Coach Of KHS Mrs. William Logsdon. A gift in good condition alter an l ley and:! Gary Bliss aU of Keystone visited .friends in Hapipton

I 1 j The faculty of Keystone i their dinner a. bolt of lightning and Keystone Heights will l be ,I from the women will be pre- auto wreck near Jackson.: Heights. .: t w ; also. '' 'j

Heights School starts back to I i caused an electrical outlet open two nights I Tuesday and Philip A. Knuth; new prin !, Roy H. Spradley was re- :, sented to the newlyweds.The Miss. i Mrs. Edith' Brantley 'andw, 1t mb rs of the Paran.

\ work on Monday Aug. 20. The I i in the kitchen to catch Thursday each week" from 7 cipal of Keystone Heights 1 1 cently employed to coach the winners of the M lrose Mr. and Mrs. William S.j' son have returned- Home after!' Church Sunday School flassejm

student: body w 1
to school on Ff Dtember 4, the !! but might have been and other persons to drop in and currently interviewing 1 coming season. week include the following, Mrs. Bedford Brown of Carolina. t in the classroom!,

I day after Labor Day. : '!""".ich worse.. Father ,Dau ht- after suoper to check out leisure prospective teachers to fill ;The new coach is 25 years' ladies: Mrs. Clyde Simpsonand :i Georgetown, Ky., sisters of Mrs. Jesse,Norwood of Jacksonville Some of them have been? -

This .will ). s Mat year for prty and some .of the men reading or materials need- the eight vacancies on the old. He graduated from Lee : Mrs. Raymond Crabtree i! Mrs. Hollis, visited Gen. and :': spent the weekend at painted, Ir-condi ioners ad.

KHS the first time that hurridly searched: the rest of ed for school work. faculty.Mr. High School in Jacksonville ] first place; Mrs. Roland Bryan I Mr R. P. Hollis recently. ; 6n the lake. i de4'aflda door to .the out

we have had 0 complete: \ four- the church and the living Knuth received his in 1955, and from ,Brigham I and Mrs. Val Given, second Rev. Lee Heaton, :,who,:has I Mrs. Ruth Gornio: Kathy,1- fafTfo:the "mirse'ry, We: art"thankful"

I year high: school. In the past Quarters. but could detect no there he went to Fort Knox bachelor's, degree from Western *'{oung University in 'Utah in I I place; Mrs.Darrel; Collini and been in Putnam Memorial j 1 and Vickie ,spent last 'week at. for the' one who

I seven years the school has:': fir or further damage.! Ky. for '15 weeks of training Michigan} University. A-* .961. He played football, bas- Mrs. John W. Foster, third Hospital is'recuperating\ at Velania Beach. All three have' made these Improvements'pos

grown from a four-room plantto Mrs Herb Nelson was apnomt"d ?ri' Truck Vehicle mechanic's ,ter attending, .the Universityof i ketball, and baseball during place; and Mrs. W. H. Davie!:I home. !i I: a nice suntan, sible. ,

I 'a 20 classroom: facility. In :. chairman of the Ham'ippprvhifh School.., He is now, at Fort De- Michigan" for a -while, he 1: his undergraduate years and and Mrs. H. C. S gur, fourth ,::, Mrs. Eunice Whatley and..:. Mr..,'and Mrs. F. H. Herring Mr. and Mrs. Bill McOratli, .

addition\ to this there are the will!' te held at I'vens, Mass.' Like most soldier transferred to the Universityof i} is employed this summer as I Ij place. daughter of Tampa spent the of P. niel were recent visitors and daughter of. FIorahomi.and .

I field' houses. the football: field, the Mas.ii: ? Hall on Labor boys; he would be glad to hear Florida- .' where. Jie. received. | director of a .boys camp, Rev. 'and Mrs. David G- wE'ekend1th her parents, :: of Mrs. Callie. Rye and .Mrs./:, Mrt Rose Gornto of East

and such other facilities as ,, Day weekend. from friend back home. So his master's degiee.; I Camp Stratton near Calla Pritchard and children of Augusta Mr, and Mrs. Walter Brinson. J. F. Herring. j ji Palatka have just returned

I the cafctorium. offices After tie supper, a short i this 'his 1 han. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson i i I Frankie and Judy Sapp
library I is address: Joe Mann The new Keystone principalhas Ga. have returned 1 ': I II from a trip 'out .West. They

.. clinic rest rooms. etc. meeting of th St.. XVilliam's P.A. 14781513... .... ,..Hq.. Co: 3 Bn. taught and coached at I 1! Coach Spradley is marriedto home after a visit with ilrs.: and daughter Melanie, and'' spent their a week recently, with' visited Disneyland.Old Mexico -
grandparents In Tren
With the addition of a 12thRegister Catholic Club was held. with 77th tArmor*Div. 'Fort'Deirens, schools in Florida, :including 1I I the former Lavora Cappsof Pritchard's parents. Gen. and George Alderman of St. Au- ,I .and relatives ,in Arizona
President Herb Nelson presiding Mass': Orlando Jacksonville and St. Starke, and they will move :: Mrs. R. P. Hollis. j gustine, are visiting Mr. and .ton.John I and other points:. of. interestMr .
The ladies of the White : to Keystone after his i ii I! ( Zasorra has returned'
-- A 3-c Robert Ghames, Jr. soon Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwright in
Bill Stone '
TV Petcrsbmg, for 16 years. Before who spent ithe Mary Wentworth of
i I $
Elephant Shop reported that I arrived home Sunday morning i i i camp closes on'August 16. I ,1! Edgemont, S. D. from a tour of the Medit'erranean -
for, weekly prizes! that he taught and summer with his grandparents | Sea and will be sta- California and two sons are
business was good, consider from Amarillp AFB, Texas, coached in I Rev. and Mrs. Lee Hea- Mrs. Sam Jones and child- '
Michigan. I and visiting Mrs. Wentworth's mo
GIFTS and IMPORTSVagabond ing that of the Methodist Church, 1 1I tioned in Seattle, Wash. John
they are just start-
fora, 15 eave.;. AirmanGhamesold'hi& ton, has returned home to ren of West Palm Beach visited Childress
) ing out. .vqar..a ; ,. The new principal is 58 I has one son living in Jeffer- L and his wife, Milly, stopped ther. Mrs Ruth ,In
':B-I- i Denver, Colo. Mrs. Ada Ford, who .accompanied -|
old married, a member City Mo.FIRST. In Grandin to visit their Forahome.) >
Altar for years son
boys Sunday ,
Shop Aug. Greenville
AFB. I them to
ing at "Lackland: and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesleyof I: .h
12 will be David Schaeffer. I I where grandmother and aunt, Mrs. ,
they visiting Mr.
then went to school at Amarillo BAPTIST Gainesville visited their are ,
Charlie Foster Jr. has also :
i I i Herring and Mrs.
301 E. Call St. Ph. 961-5291 and Herbie Nelson. On Aug. I where he studied Air- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart. i Rye. !
been at the 1
patient Medical
---- ----- !Ii. ..- 19, Jimmy Fox and John Allen craft l\aintrn'ance. He finished Center a in Gainesville. He Injured i and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer .Mrs. Annie Taylor of Au- .! Mr* and Mrs.: Richard Tur- : ''L : o

I will serve. Lee Sutton and:! seconj high in his class his knee while at work. J. R. Smith, pastor 'Ralph j and family Sunday. burndale arrhd1 v Thursday :I 1 ner' of Miami are spending ikI

George Allen will serve on After his leave, he will reportto We hear that!the Rotarians '' Copeland. Minister of Music !i Miss Carolyn Tison recently for a visit with "her" son-in- !, some..time witli their mother. '

I J.f;( t Aworking Sunday Aug. 26. Hunter: SAC Base near Savannah and church organist. l visited Miss Sandra Parks I, law and daughter Mr. and : Mrs.: Lor na Hinson. They GlASS IOttOR
I had a short meeting last Friday !fl't t
i I
.Exeryone! will want to join Ga., where he will be ; Services: Sunday School I ''in 'Jacksonville. I Mrs. Ray Birt. I I ares .also visiting. relatives in ,, 5l&VI
gal [ the "50-50' Club. See members \ stationed. noon and then went on 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. i Miss Marilyn Thigpen of I II Steve Morris is visiting his : Oc .l l& ':' "' : :: --. .- IHI"'. ...

I I of: the ,Catholic Club for a. guided tour of the KeystoneEgg I 10:50: a. m. Training Union. East Palatka spent days father in North Carolina. I Miss Rosemary Hodges of
Miss Nelle Grayson has just Cooperative. I four ..
'I needs a pall"Bradford membership pickets i and 'find returned from a trip in Yan- and I 7:00: p. m. Evening :yees with her grandparents Mr. Mrs Gordon Atchinson of l Dirismore was a 'ecentguest
7I. ; Mrs. A. Fitzpatrick Restaurant
'.t out. when...therselection' .of officers kee-land where she visited i 809;p.'YQuar invited and':'Mrs. R. M ,Cason. .... Orlando pent -foe-' .week with I of..hel'uncl& and" aunt;.Mr. ,
.4, ...sUinI'St.P''J itsg J1 will be held. daughter Marian ,of Norfolk. share family Prayer,time with '' I. i .-
PersonalsMr. friends and relatives in Southern Va. arrived Tuesday: for a I Mr. an:j: Mrs. Richard Klineof relatives here. iSchooL I i:45}; a., ml',:Atoning,,f I LAWRENCES DINETTJE
Sal upssd pisI Illinois St. Louis, Mo., visit with Mr. and Mrs. Har- ; us. Columbus, Ohio visited her I II Mr and Mrs. J. V. Ford 'Prayer and Sermon First
-.b-i... and Mrs. Eugene Duhe .,
I suit uwt JI I and in Cincinnati and: Dayton, old Sutton and family. Mrs.i HEIGHTS parents Mr. and Mrs. M. visited Mrs. Ford's parents Sunday, Holy 1 Communion),'! i:, Good food Cold Beer
and children, and Miss Sue KEYSTONE I V'I
I 1NO I Ohio. She was gone four Sutton is Mrs. Fitzpatrick's CHURCH Samson. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason, re- pjn. Episcopal Youni Churcn-, OPEN. SUNDAYS
Ann Harris, all of New Or- COMMUNITY I
I Mrs Celia Chesser and sis-
weeks, and said the best partof daughter. The Suttons' : cently. .
son men.
afternoon 11 A. '1. To 9 p. 1\1.\
I 1 I leans La., arrived Monday:
the trip was coming home Lee, who has been visiting in Dr. A. C, Holt, MinisterMrs. ter, Mrs. Charley Sever, and "'! Mrs. lone Parks .and child- Communion.The .

t fij liMe... for a visit with Mr. to Keystone. Norfolk, will accompany his George A. Canova, Organist Shirley Sever spent four days ren of Jacksonville were re- Rev. Ue W. Re tan, Hy. 21-Keystone' Heights
$ EXEAZP' r I and Mrs. Everett Fox and From Mrs. Ella Andre we the Director. 'I in Orlando with their broth- { .'1 .
6k.&pst&g.aa. ._- aunt and grandmother on and c*>nt guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vicar. ..
Rd family. Mrs. Duhe, Mrs. Fox, I HMtEachr4
er-in-law and sister Mr. and .
I ,
... hear that she is summering Also with .
I and Miss Harris were all sis trip Keystone I Richard Cushman, Tooth Dir. Dock Tispn and family. The ,
o I in Charlotte, N. C. with Mr. : I Mrs. Gordon Atchinson, and
Lee and the will
I Fitzpatricks Parks former of
: are residents
ters. Miss Harris just; gradu- : Sunday Bchool, 9:45: a. m
I\/ in Baton and Mrs. C. E. Hancock and be Marian Barnes of Norfolk other relatives. : Melrose.Mr ZIKE DECORATING SHOP
d ated from LSU family. Mrs. Hancock is Mrs. Lee's cousin who will be visiting ; Moraine Worship 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hearn -
and Mrs. Richard Kline,
Rouge, and\ plan to go to the ,1 : 7 Pio and granddaughter Kathy Roberts -
Andre's daughter. with the Suttons too. Youth People. p.m. : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,"PIlONE 4505
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Samson ,
U University of Carolina ,.
North !!! Mr. and:) Mrs. Bill Few andBill's of Miami visited Mrs. '!i ---r t
Dianah Hills a former Key- neers, 6 p. m. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Samson
0 in Chapel Hill in the fall j .
I mother Mr. LydaFew_ I Hear 's sister, Mrs. O. T'j, Paints& Painting Aids
)?tii'Jr 12 where she will teach part'time i toner, was in toy n last weekend : Robinson. They visited another -1 spent two days In Largo. : .
and the three Few I :
d I aRILLlA1CT and I work on her master's degree -. :! for a visit with Denise j ji KEYSTONE HEIGHTS( DURALITE DU PONT
have j just returned from a vacation sister. Mrs. Catherine Chester -
.. ....,c.,..... trip through Arkansas tates. in Paiatka Saturday. i' MELROSE WALL PAPER S WALLTEX S .CON-TACT
... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jan '
.t.I u* : and. Mississippi. They returned schedule through Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Preston
-- & sa. .IaAaI.aAVM. cek and daughter of Springfield Friends of Mrs. J. H. Tullis Summer 11ev. Kenneth W. Griffith, .
I Custom Made & Traverse Rods
b s ...-,5.-,... home via Rosswell Ga., spent the weekend: in Farm-
ksL& 1.1 ....S II.......I Ill. arrived in Keystone I will regiet to hear that her I! June July and August: Sun- Pastor
.a.m _. where they visited the younger Ga. I
... ington Plants Plant Fertilizers
I Heights Monday night for a I and brother, Bert Beams, died I day School, 8:45: am. Sunday Sunday School 9:45 a. m. -
Mrs. few's parents
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. VanNetta -
visit with Mr. and Mrs. ,Herb family..( .;1'I:i : I while on a camping trip last Services, 10 have returned after a visit Worship 11 a. m. Yard Tools Insecticides Sundry Items
Nelson and family. Mrs. J&.necek week. .
% CountyTELEGRAPH is Mr. Nelson's sister. be Interested to know that she :i Heib Nelson Jr., George I to Fort Myers. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CONTRACTING

: Friends of Joe Mann will I became Mrs. Jimmy Lawsonon .I Leath Eric Redfern and Tom Cash Paid for Good, Clean I! and Col.children and Mrs.of J.Anchorage O. Syme CHURCH MELROSF Phone Day 4505 Night 4417

I be interested in learning that July 8. Jean has been a i Moore of Starke spent the'' Wool All Holy Days 10 a.-m.. Holy
Rags. No Khakis or visiting Mrs.Syme's .
he finished basic training at fr qu nt' visitor in, Keystoneover I|: weekend in Daytona Beach. Alaska, are 3unday& 10 a. m Churcn -
Mr. and Mrs.E. ,
to Telegraph.
\ Cotton. Bring parents, -
Fort Gordon Ga. and from Annual Ham Supper
thYpast few years.spend-
I -
n ing summers5 and holidays !i Scheduled for Sept. 1 GRAPH. L. Ferrell.

.. I with her sister, Mrs. Bill Few_ I 1 The Annual Ham Supper! Mr. and Mrs. McKinsie of KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS.. MELROSE J JBIIS1NESSDlR'ECTORY.

: and family. Jean was married held by St. William's Catho-i! -

: to her childhood sweetheart i lie ,Club on Labor Day ,week-i' .

: in Rossville Ga. i end will take place this year '
C + 1
,I I Another- girl who spent sometime II : on Saturday nightt,Sept. 1. at i i I

__ ii I in Keystone has been the .Masonic; H l1. This is an '
I married. We heir that Susan event hc' community?f looks
1- .-, .
I Cook is now Mrs. W. W.I.I.I forward :to each yean More d.
details in next issue, I FLOWS NURSERY James.H.
: Brown. Susan was. a guest at : ,- -- '
I the Mansfield. home onejwinter -' 'II Edna Williams Clemens Nursery f 'Realtor '

: while attending school : ST. ANNRB EPISCOPAL ,.

F' How's YourFORESIGHT I q fe. I I CHURCH:.KEYSTONE I FLORIST, ROWERS 1JR8 I Shrub Over- TreeiDUIqut,1 600 yiiiei t Lot oa 'WHITE,, SAND- 'iA q

,Mis. Helen Cgan entered i ; J2,25i:AIs Iota .tomei't.i *
-I Today? i Rtf Wm. W. Worstall. Ykar For All cai.teld. I Citrus &' 'AtaJ J tf'" Palms I : ,

: the University Medical Cen- |.I r Daily Morning Prayer 7:00: tfelxou: 1 '.PhonE GA 4,2331LNSUKAISCE : .:Jiivray 100 at .UWfcrest, ,. .!..11'"T'"r l.k. ..
[ ter !n GaineSville'on Thurs- : a.m. Daily 'Evening Prayer, 5 3> Milea East of I
1 Difficult' to predict the course of human events? day, Aug. 2, for' tests and x-I I .m. Sunday 9:30: am., Keystone 2 Heights

True. But not so difficult to change it in your favor rays. She ,had ,just returned' Holy Eucharist on 1st and ;Contact EdJU Martin AssoeIM4

; from the Bradford County 13rd Sundayseach month. 'I Murrhee Insurance I NURSERY : JAMES II. McCACHC&N I
-by foresight. !I STOCK4 _
I Hospital.SorrytohearthatMrs.Rlta' : Morning Prayer on 2nd and t -- -- '-" 1 P.'IU. "

: Foresight means making wise provision! for the : : .: 4th Sunday. ,Litany ServiceI I AgencyGeneral Auletta. ,50<5. 4' -'fpS' f' t tas. JI.e1&k I&. r1 .'
l.I !
to 4' Azaleas Uj %&
Sp $ e*
.t .
:I '
Hand is also In the Medical on any 5th Sunday. Evening InsuranceFire -
unpredictable (the sudden emergency, the unexpected I J Bonds LaudscApin: Mate ll'JLvalUblfl'8e
Center at Gainesville for tests. Prayer. 5 p.m. Casualty .
opportunity) as well as the inevitable. (growing II. Allied Lines Our PUaU Bt"V.1I Bay: # ,

older for instance). I i Keystone Height 27il 0 C.,Carries Nursery'S. E..McKay, Realtor., .

_ I1 t1' -' .7_ e: ....4 .. : I .':VlojahOft1f16PAC !.- ; tmJ

Il May we be specific? : Smith Corona ana RemingtonPORTABLE When INSURANCE It Comes To ) Lake and Acreage Fwnt. Property.. U n, .ttin

: At some crucial turning point in your life, the possession 'GO FIRST CLASS! STOREShaughxeuy' .1.1i .' f ': i

of a sound reserve of ready cash l in the 1 bank Qeo E.: LaRue ;JIt0d8 lJt a-J'1L -
\Jj_ i ;-. ., ,.. .
may make all the difference i in the world in your : -i-: Keystone Heights i PACKAGE STOSS :

: .Art. For TB4VELERS OPEN t
I future. ; ; A.M.-12P If. DA.1LY. .
Insurance 'CompanyllomeOWptA CLOSED SUNDAYS' I IKer Winifred H.

; Yoq can face the future with, more courage! more TYPEWRITERS, ; PHONE > :: I to&8 MelroM SSf&vayAbo > ,

confidence, more chance of success by reason of your' ,, AutomobuV- CRAWFORDfie& .
t f TeL 4892r.Pay 4325, ,Nite Woe Pine Packvgo 8teie'aRLIOOSOtb **
: foresight: now in opening a savings Account in W04-3101 i. ''f 1'I ', Beal E UU .at br
;: his( bank, and adding to it regularly. : e : !, ,. .., '!. !,I'MILLWORK I! / ''I. Lake Propertief Amif .

'vI' .- Office one// School ; I KeystoneMillwprk I REAL EST TE' RaiihuBusIn. City .
Supplies t"'ft J '
i- A Peraoaalla
I tnIDffi i- I C. J. Pete O'Connor TIe lsttre4
-r--- I. CABINETS DOOM Tour fUquirontatf

;": "- ) !'>MM' < 8CEZ'STrini **. ; .*0 .8..* MI4w ;; Seyston Heifbtaea
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community\ 1LEGRAPH EEALKt7v.oxi .i
Keystone Heights, Fla. h .... .. ._ -, gufc Hide TfKej 'Ovd4 l Q\tM :.:.A !'*...AJUJUti&tit. mn ::..9IL! .
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: favored giving the sheriff just stituting a program of "pre- $18,530.31 over last year up Both Smilack arid Goldman Food ConsultantTo yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!1 rI r ited Evergreen Sunday night.
I : $35.000 in the fine and forfeiture ventive maintenance" in which to 108672.67 and Health Department said Monday they will hire a Back To School Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirk-

fund the same amount he each piece of equipment wouldbe budget was increased local person to manage the Advise EVERGREEN land Sr. and family are visit

iveOKi '. got last'year, and then amending greased and checked weekly. slightly up to $14,008.61. a i;I store here. They said they Restaurant OwnersThe I ing relatives in Georgia.

Given B d t his budget again' next raise of $250.32.Robbins .. would not change the name Teachers HeadContinued I Mrs Inez Brice
l year if it.became necessary., I Clerk Darby pointed out that I I of the store 'at present and Hospitality Education I I Williams Takes

'"$55.000 is too high." Prt-' no change in the new budget would retain the same sales I Program, School of Business, 1'.A.&.J L
C. Continued from Pag e 1) vatt said, "We'don'i want him will be necessary should the staff of Mrs. Ethel Holtzen- [ From Page One] Florida State University"has Mrs. A. B. Wainwright and
Dept. TourneyContinued
'arrestirig everyone on the board decide to hire a me- dorf, Mrs. Dorothy Dowdy, partment at BHS with Assis- announced that Charles D. daughter, 'Patricia, of Jack ;

it into| our heads,,$o.reduce. "roads to;make: ,his budget." ._... chanic.. and The.Mrs.. store.Myrtle will Sink.- feature, a tant Football and: Track Coach Corwin Jr., food service representative sonville visited Rev. and Mrs- ,

.}nU1ae) too drastically In .the; only other budget Looking into the new bud- Store Is Sold complete line of, apparel and I David Hurse replacing Len- will be in Starke J. E. Norman last Thursday. [ From Page One]
clerk said. He credit the pre- action Tuesday Commissioner get, the General Fund was shoes for the entire family. I nard Register who moved to tomorrow, Friday August 10, Wondal Herndon was bap- I
'sent' board with working the Jerome Johns suggestedthat cut 11570.88 down to $169- clearance of all Panama. City High as head Friday, August 10, for consul- tized at Dowling Lake Sunday I biggest upset of the year by
;county'out! t of debt and onto I the county hire its own 686.52; the Board, and Bridge [Continued From Page One] summer The present apparel 'and shoes coach and athletic director. tation with businessmen. afternoon by Rev. J. E. Nor- beating tournament favorite
a 'sound financial basis. i Fund was also cut $3,704.64 Corwin, a qualified consul- .
mechanic to .repair county the management of the stores will be continued for another Two new coaches were also man of Evergreen.Mr. Garden 7-6.
Kt The lone adop- : to $113,659.55.The tant in the food service field, .
equipment.: Johns. said, he in Starke, Live Oak and 10.days, the management an- hired to replace Register and and Mrs. Clyde Griffis In the first inning four sin-
ting'the new budget was Board thinks the county can,save Fine and forfeiture Perry. He will live in Live nounced [see" ad elsewhere in Francis. Frank Reeves, mov- will be at the Starke Motor and Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene MC-
Chairman, carl Prevatt. Hen money on're palr: bills plus in- Fund, however was increased Oak. I this issue of the,Telegraph ing here from Chamberlain I Court phone 696-2895 to talk Donald and children are vac- gles and an error pushed

High School in Tampa, has with restaurant operators, ationing in the mountains of ahead 2-0 and then in
I -- three managers and owners on individual North Carolina this week. I' the third Williams
t years of experience and the top
'. "
.. : < of their
. : '- : '; ;..'? ".. : '. .: : will be varsity line coach and problems operation Our guest speaker for sun- scored five runs on six hits

: .. ...:...: junior high basketball men- day morning and evening ser- and one error.
". .. ..,, -
f .f... :" "'''' L. Almarode coordinator -
1 :
I .' '. .. : ..: !) tor.Charles Lyle, who will be- vices was Rev. Crosby of Lake j Garden came to life in the
of the
. gin his .first year of teachingand I Hospitality City. His wife also visited :
: : _. F ; f '': .'"'" Education Program at FSU ; bottom of the third with six
.. .. ..... ;. coaching since graduatingfrom with him. j and trailed only 76.
; : ., .': ) '. .. >" '!I. has said that the restaurant i runs
't ..! ". t the University of Tampa James Norman is visiting ; This proved to be the end of
field is to the
.. '- .. .. .. ... 4. :.o'-_ will coach B-squad football representative Hardee ,
I -r .; : hospitality industry what the I with the A. B. Wainwrights. the scoring as Claude
.' ; Shell i- 'z't.r. 4. and baseball. in Jacksonville. up only two hits over the
dealers county agent is to the agri- { gave
: The
county will also have
: ,> : suggest ,:Jt 30 new faces in the teaching cultural industry. Flim Starling and family I last four innings to preservethe
: Anyone in the hotel or motel from Oak Grove Church vis-t win.
::: t ;p.. ranks and a total of 164 instructors -
; field desiring the same-
more than last
1 .. .. :r. term. type of service may also con- I
I tact Corwin for an appoint- AMBULANCE SERVICE

r to tell when he. (Grid i ment with a hotel-motel rep- PHONE 964-2600

e 7 .thing$ri your son ,' Practice been resentative.made This available service to has the De Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home

..i .._. .. Set To BeginContinued hospitality industry througha DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I
grant from the Florida Ho- Starke, Fla.
[ From Page 1] tel and Restaurant Commis-'I I

: and Live Oak will all be an sion. RENTAL Beds Wheel SERVICES Chairs, Crutches
r Hospital ,
; fjj borrows the family I acid tests for the Tornadoes.All .
three games are to be

! :: I' played away from home. The HEAR EDMONDSON

., Tornadoes will also take on R. E. Edmondson, adminis- That's Our Business"If

Gainesville High School next trator of the Bradford County -. It's Glass We Have It"
season for the first time in Hospital will be guest
: Don't. take other drivers for granted. many years. speaker at the monthly meet-
1 In any case, Hurse says, the ing of the Methodist: Men's FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
: They sometimes do unexpected things. t:5: '.hR i sIn coming season will be rough Club in the Fellowship Hall I ;

t : the US.: in i960, they ran into stationary and urged that all boys "work Monday night. Supper will be I GLASS CO.NOT .
between now and the 15th and
served at 7 Mr. Edmondson -
: p.m.
objects more than 150,000 times. be in shape when practice be- will discuss the proposednew ( INC.)

: So don't be too optimistic. Cars backing gins." All lettermen and any hospital addition and i "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
: other boy who thinks he can other matters of interest. GLASS We Design Modern Store Fronts
of do back
but t. sometimes
parking spaces make the varsity should report Just Mail Us A Pattern For

: out blindly Cars coming from :the other August 15. Lindy Laundry and Dry Table Tops

: direction.might swing into.y o ur lane-es- B-squad practice will not Cleaning Ball Point Pens 59c 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-4353.
begin until school ..
opens on .
.. .
; ,. "a peeialJyon4nlls and curves, V.;:.. ., :: September 4,. Hurse said. Any 1- I .4

: Your best, protection is to drive defen- :.nh k. boy who comes out needs a
rh'\ ) doctor's.certificate and a note

Z ,sively.:The,only can really be of permission .from his par-

: st4'e.of is yourself:. ents. the coach said. 1 l 1 ij

; '-. ,' ''. Two new coaches will be on
t6ecar -' there hand for the coming season
wvon. t start. .are a num- t.
2.IJ to'replace former Head Coach

: i:of'sjmple{ ,things worth trying. Use : Lennard Register who movedto '20 Words or less, one time ______ .95 memorials, Resolutions _______ 5c per word

: the state J ii''s! 'short bursts::Press accelerator l Panama City and Assistant If not paid in advance _______ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words ____ 2.50

: to'itue/: floor '6nc$,'then hold it there,while. i has Coach been Charles Francis who Keyed or Blind Ads ________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______..._._..__.___ 5c per word

\ ... named principal at Each additional word over 20 _____ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per inch
t you try. starter. I i Hampton Junior High School.
V Y' Frank Reeves has been nam- FOR SALE-Very nice 2 bed- .
With manual'shtt;( keep clutch 1 'pedal 1 .
i a ed the new varsity line coach, room home near school and I HASTINGS MATTRESS
1. .all 1 t the"yypy.down.VrtK) automatic transmissipry Register's old job. He has shopping area 790Q.< Half !& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
:, three down. W. B. Sewell. Broker. '1l1E
jiggle lever to make sure it's in ; years experience in Phone 964-2881. 2tchg 8-9 : 710 Lemon St. Palatla
coaching and teaching and
: Furniture
i .. neutral:( O. E. GreenRENTALS Repaired,
.p' ; ': ". _' .t .'. came Starke from Cham- Upholstered & Refinished
; : :{d q flf ;p;eU rW<8'receriflYi-?i tj.bushed .. ; i. berlain high school in Tampa. I Read The Classifieds! I
first borrows the
;" ; : i Many a young man family car a this page, your ?: .: Charles Lyle who just gradu- I Sustantial 2 bed room CB

t : v ftay: {j]semnt;ith'1.Simple? I ..startingEw local Shell dealers offer some driving tips that can be useful to him all his life. l;:Tts' i tiated from the University of i house with glassed-in porch in IF YOUR NAME IS Innersprings
: feom'i to t the Shell 6a '..' : Tampa will City. FOUND AMONG THE and Box SpringsDrop
; I a .t 1 -.i: .. : take on the job I New very modern 3 bed room
vf M'"tr'i ** *--F.' b t. fj
ofiB-squad backfield coach CLASSIFIED ADS CALL Us A Card or Call
frame house. modern ,
t ",ComPar.Ye> -,RO.Box272': >NewYork46N.Y, ; .' 5 Remember what you learned to get pleasure they can be. Here are .t the. keys y }.l. and head baseball mentor. iences on U.s. 301. conven- I AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9166 4

It M O i-i Courtesy' .Is- cootagious-and- *' adds tow : .your driver's license, and you'll I! be a Just take your responsibilities insttldd.} : BHS: :;Erwin athletic Land coach is the and fourth will Mercantile South of Lawtey CB building on U.S.1 mile 301. OFFICE FOR A FREE MRS STARKE PEGGY 964-5934 SHALLER }

better driver. of accidents And have fun. .' Ideal for curb grocery or gen- TICKET TO THE FLORI- ,
Eight out
v everyone's_d ovingPleasure and. safety ten car ;' ,1' tutor the B-squad line and eral store. Starke Agent

; N i atraffic; ? jam by losing stem from improper! driving practices Comforting fact for parents: Drivers: the is' a varsity veteran of at He B- rent Each or of sale.A. these. properties for DA THEATRE. TAKE UP PAYMENTSon- -
,his tem pe n te 1J 1\>urpeijs e.of such. as speeding, failing to yield rightofwith less than three months experience a&< HS.. J. THOMAS., RealtorINSURANCE I EVINBUDE, motors and Well- I Admiral Automatic 2 door defrost.refrigerator.15 foot

}humor ianlrvtfarf( )'ol1t; .turn, everyone ,will way: and following other cars too closely. count for very few serious accidentsThatya ; Season football tickets will craft can't buy fiberglass better and boats.the pri-You I size, like new. Dahmers Dis-

probably' yvhere, he's 'JnTrilck.'drivers and other professionals good sign that most new drivers'do take go on sale early next week AT REDUCED RATES I ces are reasonable. Easy terms i countJHouse. It_chg
get going sooner-_ Hurse said, with those who I AUTO FIRE BOAT can be arranged. Franchiseddealer FOR SALE- 12' fishing boat
1 t ;, cluding y you. have very few of these accidents-mile for their responsibilities seriously. So'you- can. held the tickets last year receiving INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY ,I NORTH FLORIDA 1 i plywood new cond., $60; Gas {,
SUPPLY. 412 E. Call
Range. 40"
1 Y .'Another suggestion: It:takes.:only;ise >.,- mile, about one-quarter as many as other relax. ket holders first will Those contactedby tic- Phone 964-4501 tfchg I I II I St.tfch__ g wash machine top.$18.$30.; ;Fireplace Portable z

1 let the drivers. The professionals know the rules ; I Eugene Eunice I j' screen $5.; Small radiant gas
on&ito someone enter roao\yaj f a cheerleader and will LISTINGS WANTED All I.I heater $6.; Radio table model
of them. have a chance to purchasethe typesStrout Realty. P. O. YOUR OLD WATCH will I $5.: Easy washing machine.
ahead of save'the other good driving-and obey '
i youbut} can, .. same ticket he had last Box 307 Starke. Phone 468- make the down payment on a I wringer type pump and timer -

: driver:'njinWes.:i !/ J Just remember, to signal 6 If you're going to be late, call home. ( ( I I T\ season if he desires. Adult reserve 1766. 'tf Chgl Dahmers beautiful Discount new Bulova House.tfchg at ,j I like, never new $50.used: Jungle$5.; Sleeping Hammock

the car behind that you're.slowing down I I I'r seats will sell for $8 and FOR SALE- Home like Bag. $6. Keystone Heights
I } or v And if car trouble is the reason, call f\ \ student for $3.50. near Starke depot. Good terms I MAKE RESERVATIONS 4679. ltp

about to stop.* '' the nearest service station, too. to V. Knight.desirable purchaser.4t /Hollis 1 I I Kindergarten Now! Phone 964- FOR SALE OR RENT 3
Ch/L,8-16'1 9374. Mama Priest !
Cars respond to good care.: Have the '. the traffic lanes and wait in the local Road ,i FOR RENT Three bedroom i;i FOR RENT Furnishe-d-A chg I son bedroom Ave. home.Call 964-2561 618 W. Starke Madi-

.4 oil: and checked car until help arrives-with the hood toshow II trailerWestmoreland Trailer'I'! partments 1 & 2 bedrooms ;!Beauty Shoppe. 1 tp?
battery water every up Projects Among Park. Phone 9645941. tfchg.I I: we pay lights and water. Con- j FOR SALE-
for' you're disabled. Making repairs close I FOR SALE tact 431 Center St. or Bullington > Used refrigerators -
; tu'ney4u stop gasoline. 5 H E L'L' I Appliances. Phone Day I used washers used tele-
Wfieri you're driving listen for unusual >to a Busy road can,be dangerous. Bids, OpenedProjects Ready mix concrete, concrete ,1 964-6551. Night I visions. Low Down Payment
) ? block piers fence posts, sand' 9647191.'I'I'II t easy terms free Delivery. Bul-

: mechanical I sounds. If you hear one,have Note from Shell?!: Over 12,000 of our _. cement mortar mix.rock steel,Ii I linjrton Appliances. 100 W.
in Bradford and FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, Call Street. Starke. Phone 964-
.' it checked It could .dea l rs go to special training schools each i i oyster shell, limercck, and roof 6551.
lot in city. Reas-
right away. save a big Union 'Counties were among j I on one acre
There, they learn how to trouble \ / ./ the bids opened recently on'j gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg onable. Heat attic fan. All! WE DON'T
repair bill..l later on }year. : spot \ <. Bradford Engineering Co. j tiled floors. 1515 Geiger Road. i ,

:. On'roiihroadsaktre, '. '. ". in a huI'I). A Shell dealer can be helpful ,\\LI// AO highway more than construction$11 million jobs in, FOR SALE: Ford Tractor and 1 I' tfchf |!'Good Sell you selection we help of you new buy.and

'). : tough, but'tjiejr are destjiictiblk'\ I to you in almost any emergency ,_ :!.. the largest highway letting I i i j i.: bush 9649394.and bog. $650. Phone Up II FOR Lots. Santa SALE-Lake Fe and Front Lake used 8' and 10' wide Mo

A .: <-.\ *v'Notftrr() {raf rea copy of Shelf-. -page 7- Have a good time. So far, almost {. ':. : ;{ since office.Gov. Farris Bryant took i I Lafayette HOUSE FOR St. Open RENT Sunday- 307 3 iI i' Lockloosa.. ohone Terms.964-6811.Guy tfchg Andrews bile_Homes.LAKE GENEVA
; bool e ,.t f X14. ways to jmaj\e; last. : .everything you've heard about cars Drive In-.where you see this sign-c t: ', .-'The Ewell Company of I D.m. It chg ': COLONIAL FLORIST 1 mi.TRAILER SE of PARK

,, i- -Jonga!rl Vvfi '.to the Sli411.Oil l Company, has. to do with safety. for Super Shell, the gasoline with; Lakeland$161,648 on was resurfacing low bidder sections at- unfurnished FOR RENT:apartments-New. spacious Good I,: Only Flowers F. wired T. D. Florist any Starke.Flowers I I on Route Keystone 100 Hts.

J'.O,' Box272,N t\vYor 46s N.;.:Y...,.'.. . Now you're about to find out. what a 9 ingredients. for top performance:" '_ of State Road 18 in Alton location.Road Apply Starke.Mrs. Slade.:tf chg 605 I for all occasions locally. tfchg

/ "- : '- .- <: .,Bradford Columbia, and Union I I Phone 964-6291. 506 East Notes FOR SALE Palomino mare
.. .. : '
:: : Leon Conner
:; ;
< : ,., -::,: Counties, between US. 441 I St. tfchg $200. Phone 964-0694 or see
\ ., ',,' .. and 41 in Columbia County!, WILL BUY- Hardwood tim- I II at 1517 E. Bessent Rd. Sonny
.. .. .1 ... MN .. and Brooker in Bradford ber any amount in lakes. I,;I HELP WANTED: Man or wo Tenly. 2t chg 8-lg
.. .. ,. .. .. .' County. I swamps creeks or DondS. We I man. Experienced. Retail sel- I DUE-- TO PROMOTION Watkins --
will but and haul or vou can
ling. Steady employment. Apply -
Low bids Union County deliver to Starke. A.B.C. Timber has opening in this area
,. ; on Robbu\3f Deot. for live-wire 23 to 64.
,, man.
'; .X. < Store.It
; projects were as follows: I Co. P.O Box 163. S.arke. chg ROUTE WORK. Earn $75.00

: WHERE. TO GET SUPER SHELL, THE GASOLINE THAT ._ Surfacing on SR 238 be- 8-9 tche FOR SALE: 5 rooms and bath.I to $150.00 per week. Car ne-
jr "J.\ tween Olustee Creek bridge HAVE OPENING FOR qualified cessary. For personal inter-
'" 'i :: CONTAINS A MILEAGE BOOSTERTom's 0 (i; : and,S.R. 100 in Lake Butler, man to handle established Lot mile 1 north acre of more city or limits less., half just I I view in vour area write Field-

t : '.' : .. : and on SR 241 from the Al- weekly debit in Starke. off Rt. 16.$5,500.. No money man 659 West Peachtree St.
H' Pre
Good Atlanta. 4t 8-31
'( WJOHNA.TORODE- : company program- chg
down. $50 per mo. payments. : ,
Ewell ;
achua County line
fer married to
aee up
man J. J. Fields. Box 141-A2. BE SURE to "Ce V,ORLD
;, r" Company, $183,302. Gradingon 50. We train you. Phone FR
Shell Service i Starke. Fla. 3tD 8-23 BOOK before t Vine any en-
65681. Gainesville. 2tp 8-9
Rivers ,
Shell Station streets in Lake Butler :
t cyclopedia M. A. Payne, jour
L Distributor Chiefland FOR RENT Two bedroom[!! FOR SALE-4 bedroom home.
; White -
Cor.M&dUoa 1 Church Starke Company
Graham local
a '. house adjoining Starke ,high t 2 baths large utility room.\ representative since 1954.
i *** $185169.SeVeral. Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfc'oX
<\ :. .1 school $40 per- mo. Mrs. D.I separate dining room. I
; in
.: : -, projects E. Knfebt. 344 N. Walnut St. screened front porch. Lot 21
t ..s: Smiths:Shell Service. :,t.:.\. i: Stallings Truck Stop 'j ford and Clay Counties were Phone 969-2681. 2t chg 8-16 acres. 1126 West Madison. I I j B. L. Sassee

*, .. ,... U..S. 301Iarrte: J. .. U. S. 301 WaldoPrescott's ; also included in advertise- I FOR SALE 17 ft. uprteht Phone 964-1001. tfchg NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
J ment for bids by the State Revco deep freezer. $150. Like FEYTON FLORIST Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
*, .r / : Road Department Tuesday. new. Dahmer's Discount House.It 119.S. THOMPSON ST. I residential section east of
BucJ '
,: : a, Gioc :! ." ,: Service Station 4 chg Southside School on Colley Rd.

:Ji JIt ""U. $.;.01 (North) .-= Stark" :.,... Middleburg 1 !.S ; H1 t These State were Road: 21 from the FOR RmTTraner spaces NIGHT PHONE 964-3891 964-4155 or 969-1022 I I See Truck Billy Lines Jackson, Central tf chg

'. ., .:jI:' ;, ,.. .., .f ,1 <. Clay County line north* 3.3 with natios. Close to shopping DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS FOR BALE1954. Ford pickUP -
ftf Itft T., Bill' Reddish I Store : Baker's Shell Station < < ;; miles to the Clay County. Phone Westmoreland 964-5941. Trailer tf chg We Wire Flowers Anywhere 6 cylinder. Good Tires and
r ... : I.line west of Keystone.Heights tfchg battery. $285. Phone 9643651.
.. .'. try, R Irlns. '. ." ,. ; \. : Lake GenevaPrevatt's and; on sections of REGISTER NOW for adult Randall St. Green Acres 2tp
4 ( : evening classes. Mail yourCOUlSP. FOR SALE-1961 Pellican 14
I ', 8-9
r s : SR 21 between the Putnam
I!' -' selections to L. H. Gib- ft. plyWood boat trailer and
t '*. :: {:Htffeyfi:'QbaJMf ; *mvrf** Shell Station i County line and the Brad- son. Drawer 100. Rtarke.; *2 ftO 10 ho Evinrude motor. All in FOR SALE S-l .white clover
ford County line. and be- fee tee ronrs Netrm adultscontact rood condition. $3504)0.) Can seed. Baled hav and pure bred

.: ,. .flftha. . 16.l'. t1--). $'trku, E. Brownlee St.J Starke __ "_ I tween' the Bradford County Prof. Thompkins. R-J. be seen after 6 pm. at 1115 Aneus Bulls Phone 9641651.J. .
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This Section Going To 6,000 Homes In Area


TYmYYYvmYYYYYvY' and daughters moved last GRAHAM -
provide advertisers with a special "End of Summer" and week to St. Petersburg, wherehe BAPTIST CHURCH Register for weekly prizes!
"Back to School" advertising medium, this section of The Tele- HAMPTON expects to be working for
graph is being, sent into a total of 6,000 homes in a threecounty several months. Sunday School, 10 a. m. I GIFTS and IMPORTS
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
area. By Mrs. D. E. Hill Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Childs, Training Union, 6:30: p. m. I Shop
In addition to The who have been
Telegraph's regular 3,200 subscribers, this visiting relat- Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
Our Soil Our Strength section is being mailed to box holders in Keystone Heights, Mel- 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAClyde ives in Virginia and Washington Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8
rose, Lake Butler Raiford Waldo D. C. for the last month, :301 E. Call St. Ph. 964-5291
Soil Conservation Brooker Grandin, and Lake Starr, son of Mr. and returned home Monday. p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding
Geneva. Mrs. Roy Starr visited last pastor.
l\l-E-W-S Since every paper is read by an average of three to four week in Lake City with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards -
persons, the 6,000 circulation on this special section would meana and Mrs. Ralph Pollard and of Pensacola spent the -

By Bill Haas readership of 20,000 persons by conservative estimate.All daughter Karen. Mrs.weekend R. Simmons with ,Mr.and and the Appliance- Radio Television
The other day I was sittingon persons who receive this section, either as a part of th irregular Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse Edwards children, who have I
the porch of Leaton :Mor- subscription, or as a free distribution mailer to their box, and children of Bradentonwere been visiting here for several I
gan Sr.'s house discussing soil are urged to read the ads carefully and take advantage 'of the D. E.overnight Hill home guests on Wednes-at the weeks returned with their pa-i SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained

were and water three management.Morgan's There there. many outstanding bargains to be found in this day last week. rents. 'I

They had finished their tobacco Mr. and Mrs.Maurice Ester- SEVENTH DAY Experts In Each Dept.
and i producing a good crop. The Starling are making hay. Conner, and many others. The line and son of Kunkle, Ohio
had some on the ADVENTIST CHURCH
FOLKS! THIS market. Leaton I Soil Conservation Service will They say the quality of the annual Statewide Speaking were visitors at the J. W.
Jr. pointed to Sabbath School [Saturday]
an irrigation motor and said, help with your irrigation prob- hay is good this year but thatit Contest on Friday, Aug. 17, Home home here recently.Rev. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship ,! FOR QUICK rfjUKfn (Gay's
"I lems. The purpose of water is light. A. G. Frame alsois will feature area winners in and Mrs. W. P. McEl- ,
wore out motor irri- 11 Located
one a. m. between Wil-j DEPENDABLE
ISALVAREZ SOMETHING gating my tobacco, but it management is to accomplish making hay. He told me a contests all over the state. roy Mrs. J. J. Smith and Mr. son Road and Griffis Loop.'
efficient beneficial of irrigation while back that he got good and :Mrs. W. A. English of I SERVICE
sure paid off." We got a lot use At its last meeting the E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone Home
more good tobacco from the water according to results feeding hay last win- board also discussed the mis- Cross City left Sunday night 9641324. | CALL
field we could irrigate. The the moisture needs of the ter. use of the District equipmentand for a week's trip to Somerville I
use and management of irri- crops in order to achieve opti- Plans have been made to the high cost of repairs. Mass: to visit Medford' Smith, 964-7511
C. gation water, where the quan- mum production and at the attend the Florida Associa- It was decided to change the I I son of Mrs. Smith and brother LAURA BAPTIST AppliancesAUTHORIZED
tity of water used for each irrigation same time minimize losses of tion of Soil and Water Con- I date of charge to $6 minimum of Mrs. English and Mrs. CHURCH ,I
is determined by the soil and plant nutrients. servation District Supervisors .. [1 to 10 acres], and 50 cents McElroy.Mr. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.II DEALERS FOR
moisture holding capacity of Folks have been asking annual meeting in the Robert an acre after 10 acres, effective : and Mrs. David Brown Morning Worship, 11 a.m.I
the soil, where the water is .about soil conditions that are Meyer Hotel, Jacksonville, August 1. Convalescent Home service, 3!'I 0 Maytag Frigidaire Zenith
applied at a rate and in sucha suitable for septic tanks. A Aug. 1617. Outstanding The District's roto-cycle the equipment please make to 4 p.m. Evening Worship I'
manner that the crop can new publication "Soils Suit- speakers will be on hand to mower is still red hot. Some plans ahead of the day you 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UPs
I use it efficiently and significant able for Septic Tank. Filter I discuss the theme of the meeting of those using it lately include want touse it. I Prayer Meeting, 7:30: o'clocli I I -'
i[ soil problems do not occur Fields," intended to help far- i "Water Lifeblood of Bud Alvarez. L. L. Nor-
: is important. The timing mers and suburbanites select Florida's Agriculture." These man, Red Emanuel, Lucian
Has I of irrigating to meet crop sites from private sewage dis- will include Dr. Marshall Wat- Conner, Cecil Crawford, Gerald -
i needs the control and adjustment posal systems is now avail- kins, director of Florida's Extension Adkins, R. D. Reddish, V MlW
Never I of stream sizes and able from the U.S. Soil Con- Service; Secretary of Marcus Conner, R. Alvarez, j Had A I the control of lengths of "set" servation Service. State Tom Adams, Commis- and George Sapp.If .
I to minimize water losses help Lonnie Harley and Marklee sioner of Agriculture Doyle you want to use any of t

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1'nv.M.AXVILLE. 'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'YTT.'Y'Y"1 :and. other relatives.' ; t their cottage there. ris baked and decorated a Farmers :Urged cultural Building back of the Cigarette Tax Gladys August Kellman Kellman, his and wife, Confesso failure will be Decreean.1

Miss Shirley Higginbotham '1 Little J. S. Waters of Law- cake and topped it .with a\ courthouse. Defendants. )'ou.WITX8
Tb HeI lifEl & Paid To CitiesState XOTICK TOI' -my hand and 'utn!t;
is spending three weeks In t ey spent two nights last week miniature bride and groom in' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO. cial seal at Starke. Florida ttu
honor of their Brother and Air Force Sets August Kellman and Gladys 21 day of July, 1 %.
with his grandparents. Mr. ASC, CommitteeFarmers
Douglas, Ga. training to work cigarette tax collec- Kellman, his wife, whose residence CHAULES-A. DAtUClerk 10

,. .By Mrs.. C.' B. Nolan in the office of the newchicFeTTsTaughterinif .and Mrs. Buford Higginboth- sister-in-law's Silver Anniver- Recruiting! Drive tions were distributed to Brad- unknown.You and. post office address isl I By Marian of the !Circuit>. frosby.Cum I '

L 4AAAAa-- ..........'." .... : i pTiftt-to"" }r'; snr.: sary which was on Tuesday, of Bradford Counts In BradfordLocal ford County cities in June as are her bY notified that I| Deputy fUTK;
en soon on Clap Hill it': ts Gene English! spent last July 25. The Lutheran Churchot'Vero' are being urged to take follows: S t arke. $4,731.40; a Complaint has been filed j 7-27 4t 8-16

"Harold Wilkinson has returned owned by 'JacK Wilkinson and .undav until Tuesday at home Beach", 6f4 which they part Iii the election of their L a w t ey, $368.13; Brooker against you wherein in the the above Plaintiff named t,__ III
from a weektf vacation sons '. t:'fMr '' Pic!. with h;ii' .wife and, bales 'are members, also gave a reception 1 Ideal county ASC committee, u.s. Air Force Re- $184.30, and Hampton, $178.77. Court seeks foreclosure of mortgage. weekly prizes!

spent with his aunt and uncle,. ahd Mrs.: ppt."Wilbjmks' : in honor of this 6c- which is 'scheduled for the cruiting Sergeant Knight announced Collections for the entire You are required to file your Hegisterfor
'casiotf red this week that the I answer or other 'defense if any andI IMPORTSVagabond
Mr. and Mrs?Leonardfk- and H"afiv "'T'P sftpntffns' tdiTfie Mr. and Mrs. Tomnr Bakr and 'shw them peribd August 20-30 : state for the month of June, in the office of the Clerk of the GIFTS
i ,son, in Vero Beach. .mApVq] In rVMiclas.. r;q. wherefrWiiHsnts ana son of Jacksonville with silver dollars and presented I An announcement Ty Felix :Air Force has launched a new according to Thomas E. Lee Circuit Court in and for Brad-
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Brad- ford County Florida on
drive for volunteers in
.Sorry to learn tFi rm-S. AT-: \ is training! fob**. vfs\fir\ Tasf MVmdrav with Uf. them with a beautiful r Sapo. County Agricultural Jr., director of the State BeV- the :27th! day of August. Shop
ery Slade is, arrangement of gladioli acid Stabilization and Conserva- ford County. 196. and at the same time serve
in St. totaled
a patient a jnervisnr for the new< nl'anf :ahd Mrs. Leslie. Sweat and I erage Department, $2723,464.28. ,- l'TI I
incent's Hospital. and. wish nir wrf' Mrsf- iwreft Pratifomilv ti faMIly J JMrs. '' mtun's with a big silver 25th I tion Committee Chairman Despite the fact that the Of this amount !!!1 a KY copy G'ODDAUD.of the same is x.upon W. First- i iI 301 E. C USt.: 1b.934-5291

her a speedy recovery.About i paired and Gazp'Tip sweat:; .visited':' writtefi oil it. Both of tI ese' points out that this.. annual 1 fiscal year that ended.June 30was.on $702,427.48 went into the state I Street. Gainesville Florida, Attorney .

.- 50 guests weft, irrvitt' : 14'1ot.f'K Qnt1 u"/.. '. Martha JJo''? Hattie;: her sStpr. Mrs.;'. Alma Anders.:I : events were a surprise' to thehanoy'couole. election is one in which aH of the most successful general revenue fund and the ,, for the Plaintiff. Upon !
ed over tq :M.r.'and Mrs. SOnY MnHoh < H 1.1tib6t.h .m anriRv1viq hi ,!Lawtpv. ,,1.act .s .,ftirH\v.:; eligible farmers should feel f a r recruiting periods the Air remainder 2021036.80, was
Bfljr GriffinVTiomie-t' for ''a 1..nn'1and; ; 'fn the f.r.l1i'iptir \fr. and Mrs Junior Wilkinson Mr. and' Mrs: Dave Cover- duty to participate.The Force has ever recorded, more distributed to qualified mu-

delicious barbecue and! eii l"i-: 1Vt'inni'fni rNiiit\ lf: Ton= af'ul c:"ns. and Mi*,'and date have returned home from county A 8C committee I Il I men and women are still I nicipalities. SHRIMP PLATE := $1.00

One had a wonderful timeMir. .day after=n' n arid than showp Mrs! P'\Vy .Tpriciris find dauehtfr a t6 weeks< vieatibn: spent l to be.elected'consists of three i I needed Knight said I "

t and, Mrs: ,.Ructy: Higgin! them movies' tfMctf were strut 'fact meek ;W oa' cotta vath Nobleville.Mr, ,Cover.dalps| parents regular members aria two 'alternates 1. I 'The Air Force is looking lis TUI: oiicriT roiur OPFI.OHIIIA Salad, F. Fries, Kolls, Tea or Cotfee
Lakeehti in Ind..Wear glad primarily for high school I KIUIITH JUU( -
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botham spent fct: on 1
and children :
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mole. in Hawaii and Tews IAL eIH CUT nU Fun
Weekend in Punta Gorda with \ eps'hPtb?: and Ann Tv,ori to heat that' .the cast has'beenremoved Any person mat vote in the ;!'graduates. from ages 17 to 27 I BRADPOKI) ('Or.rr. KLMIl- CHICKEN or OYSTER PLATE $1.10

, Mrs. Higginbotham's sister Rf>V. Lwsr of Cpdar Creekrevival of hlPTT St.' 1falr anent l last .i from' ; Dave's.c' ':l leg and I county election who is of leeat -, but non-graduates: may also Hit 1rFederal-. IX lll.\\(Lll\. \o. 1S- (. i-.i n?1I... Pl'nn .... {1l\f4'" ." ._
, -- '''Tuil1t'ted prviN>S. atM that h" is' able to backto i r'-Fries, nuns, iva ut
. and her family.. wppi: wit1 Mild Minnie Hart now go voting age who has an i qualify. For 'further informa-I National Mortgage -
*ymfp Baptist Church all anif farhny. work. ':' contact t Sergeant, Association a Btima' SUNDAY:
gI )\ Interest in a farm as an owner tipn : CLOSED
shaw. Mr. and and; Mrs. Davie Buddy joined Brad-: last; werk. J."E. Bnvdf of Kp 1tu kv. Mrs\\! .Leslie.Chilson, ,and son tenant, or sharecropper, | at"Commerce Building', 7 s.W.11 Corporation of the under""uito.dStatt's theI4aws I CHIP I
son, Mrs.! O1s nvs* CnnelaVid has! former resident of Maxville. Roger and Mrs. Carolyn Coleman who is eligible-':to-fake part 2nd Place. Gaines'ville, r'' of Am.-ri,-a,
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Brad-haw nui chased the formpr home of of Starke\visited friendshere ., .., 1V> MILES NORTH OF
last ,
spent two hffhts( J 'week ,one of the farm pfo'gHmsi! J phone.. 372-0629. \1. .I>: c'P'I ...
her moth here i and has mnv- last Wednesday. Roger i'''nn
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Klye Can- administered by the commit: '
ken Shack in j d' in. Hpr son-in-law and stayed on for a several days tee. Also not of-
, Sunday, whefe' they enjoyed a non. Wenha any person r.
Wehter have nirrchaspd, her visit with Ashley Sen.
Members of the Long J: legal voting age, but who is
lamily re-union. home and have moved' in and Branch'' Bantiit; Church met Mrs Trud'v Crosby carried in charge of the supervisionand
Word wal received I WE U-do'fn! her Mrs
i 1ft it. at the church Wednesday mother Minnie Car- conduct of the farming
Thursday of the death--of f "t1-k(. !al arth! Mrs. Leslie Sweat nIght'and voted for tHeir ter" and her sister\Mrs: Gladys l operations on an entire farm, i 1

Woodrow Johns in DaytSnl> It ltd ffauVhteYs arid Mr. and nreacher for the coming year. McClurigr, to adoctor in Jacksonville is eligible to vote. In the case .

Beach on Wednesday. iI1i i'MII. vet?fI. Goolsby an ".sons Melvin watson'was unanim- Thursday.. of joint,, ownership by two or I' "(. '' .
Johns is a nephew of ''Mrf of1'; Baldwin' visited Sunday ously elected.J Mrs.,,Hessie Adams! of Doc- more individuals, each is an I I '

Hattie Noian, MrsL.. Ella CtnT- Mt'h Nit/ and itlfs1.( Junior Rev.. R. L. Taggart was recently -I I tor's Inlet and her daughter, eligible"voter.. j i J.
ler, and Mrs. Ola Pad ettttM; OobsbVand t
family in Fer- Mrs. --Thelma Owens of Ft. I :
re-named of limitations
as pastor There .are some
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Maxville Punera 1 s\rvTcfi' Wfeafcw rf nda f so'visited Fort Myers:visited Mrs. Janie Hig-
the Maxville Baptist Church. on cvo'ting. Each voter is entitled !
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. )'ere held on Friday afte?* I Inoo'n &ncrjTwfcile there. ginbotham and family on E _
'. Mrs. Mary Weilhausen, Mrs. to. vote on one ballot I -
in Daytona Beach. Wednesday. carriedMrs. t :
1.ft-1n They "
Mrs. Buford Hig- Dora North and daughter, "only. Voting by proxy is not ; : '
Mrs. Buddy: .Bradshaw and kinbotham ai1-.-Ivir. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bertha Harris and Owens.da.ughter.. Joy; home. allowable. In the case* of partnership PrewwbWrdfry ; : S

soli spent Friday "night at Lyle Schmehls .and family of! daughter, rode the train down with them after a_several farms, the vote may /arsine. ; '. _
TCingsley Lake with Mr; and Laurel Bav ''slrC/.. ? *enjoyed a to Vero Beach Sunday. night, day visit with Miss Gail McCltmo. be cast by either partner, & .!........ \ p a-- -

Mrs..D. Parrish and family, .tri!) to Silver Springs lastS July 23, and returned home and a" cofpbVatioh's" vote n&y It.rawr.w I '
sand on Saturday enjoyed-' a ('tuida and returned }byGYa'Mm" Wednesday 'morning. While Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Hig- be tsi. .by an authorised officer .- I' LF@TIRES

.trip to Silver Springs with ,Mr. LaTce: 'to visit Mt. and there they stayed with Mr. ginbotham and son of Lawtey of thevc6rr56ratro'rY.. I" ? ON AL G !
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.and Mrs. Howard Bradshaw Mrs: James Waters aid family and Mrs. Henry! Well1 ous n. were supper guests Thursday :Because of, the i vital p rfthe L:1:aUIWA..! ; .... /'" -' .

r- Mrs.. North and Mrs. Har- night of Mr. and Mrs. Buford ASC' county committee -I :,' .tiW.IMiC.Ir/Y. I

Higginbotham.Oscar play, in the farming:, affairs W a.ol..a.1tuoveee.wtwi.ea.ew. .
Harris, who recently of the 0---::: county--: -r-----it is. importantthat '" -" U eaea/al..iwwr.aaoow..tule,
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tor's Inlet, has been awarded '
II STTlftlE ious'.consideration fo ihe"i men ;
,LET tY.t5\ FfrHls fr R r $25 Company from the for Schlitz the catch.Brewing elected All information to t these' ss.concerning' '...iwcnioiuttv i : SuAAticts xei HOW ONLY

Mrs. J. C. Nolan and famIly the election' be obtainedby I e

: BE SURE YOU GET YOURS THIS FRI. Mrs. Joy Harris and Wilkinson family 'contacting may the County Ag- Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH \ Construction /

and Mrs. Gussie Nylon
ricultural Stabilization and \ All
4 :OR SAT. SUPPLY STILL LIMITED. of Jacksonville aT'Enjoyed Conservation Service- Office +Wider Deeper Tread
-- a picnic at KingsleV'Lakelast Size 750 x 14
.. which is located in the Agri-
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Quiet Running
The Long Branch Bapt' \t i ',e lire from your car

: COMPLETE 1O PIECE SET Church home of WMU Mrs. t Alsfe met aoll at i: Rnoaen the CLO.SEOUT S. EC C I A rON I!i I I II e Extra Long Warranty Wear tNylonl'Minimum 27 months. :

: last Tuesday ,aft( / f6r a F
business meth.T ie1 'a-
-f I ES' greed to1 sporfe'6F? dribs of the

9.ST orphans at'YhT'Baptistdtiffdren's I ALL 1862 MODELS _
Home Y'>'Arc ailia 1f /tithe ., t r.
= I bus ness' 'eetiftb'dell: \ i t1S
tWTWNOCUAMJ 1' STEEL refreshments were'' !rV'ed. )

101III( Jean and J. D. Padgett, any I See, Bullington's' Before You Buy! .,

**OIANS: UUGUARANTEE; their Son David. Visited in .. -_ :.r L ....! 'h" :
-d"STAI I. Middleburg last ulidwith -v i -

.... STILL their grandparents, liW., and r1 et 1
Mrs. Bud Mosley. 1

,Little Tony Harris of White- !
t Nylon or Rayon PRICES START A1
house has been visiting his
---We guarantee these tttiaiui iced vtuuib to b* r s grandfather Andrew Harris, t Pi o Blacker White
Lee from Aeftrli iij mttouil|i>j rot asoahia r. llfHEll i 'I
G b& h4 and family and his uncle and Sidewall
""pari or pare thereof wlk& tie) chetifully replaced mint, Mt. and Mrs. O. J. Hafdse 9e
CompIat lOPi < Sr for.:. the pest wefek. TubelessorTube-

", ,' 4,.b,,' E the p iy dli lid d bcm tr I i [We regret that little Nancy Type Size 670; x 15
Weft BefMT* Con&eotd MCd stgmfem "
4 t steel eookwit*wits tri-frly ikfflat for evenheatinj. Harris, daughter of Ut. andMrs. 8,16 S ,4' \ Minimum Warranty: Rayon Plus Tax and old

Cmef color sent,nndm rich MUtoh.. Harris, 'is ill and Tubeless Tubeless 18 IIIBS.,, Nylon tire from your car
biovn.bJkt ra&tut edwt fad. 21 mos: Rayon
a'patient' in the Baptist Hos- Cube-Type-15 mos.*
.. 'r P i or. uba MN WITH cove J JIMr
pital. S.
oi'ubcx wmf : S 5' 5t
't' f* HN covai \ '
a QT. UUCS VAN WITH COVtt.I 1 Af' : and Mrs. Homer Thota-.
r ,1es ?KTMIr. HEAL DENMARK a|$ and children made a hurried 10I
.. b -_ '1' S1 '8t: tYR SPECIAL I trip to RoanOke Ala.list I 11 I ? h9M
srvi. week for a. brief visit with I it I 11
1 QUARI 1\.frs.\ 'ThomQs' family.
AUCE PAN GG .3 QUART : Little Miss Penny Griff. I I cu.Builtin FT.
baby daughter of Mr. and 1 .
: MiV vei Griffisis at -i.

Y AUARI, _ I I home now and getting, along .5 7 I NOWONLYGULFCUSHiOM
-+. COVERED s; S SS _ $ '
SAUCE PAN '' ._ : S S S ,nicely after having spent -a look :
at a
__ week in the Bradford County r I.
Size 670 x 15
:Hospital. budget prig:
; x is h5 o Blackwsll- Plug Tax: and old
Mr. and Mrs. Waver
f width' tire from your cai
and family have moved back Full freezer. \\ Tube-Type

into their home and are fix- chiller tray '
Minimum Warranty: r. $
'ing it up. They sold the home S Model ", months: Nylon-15 month:, $11 ei

they were in, so the new No. TA 241 Door store

9 r alG ,, .'228 highway can come i I

,through. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest r : \ .

rgap tr sKatn sal tvt tPpN r o COYEREO'TCN ., Weilhausen. plan to keep their Therc 1s nGffiing-just> as-good.General Electric I. i I '' If you want he utmost in puriclure-

tiSKRtET home, and move it back several _.. sealing premium tires, ask about our
COVERED feet. special deal On Gulf SeaJmasters-i!
,a II A''"
Y TI Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ad- I e

anus_have. returned home .after -: -
I having spent a two weeks 95 r
vacation at Fort Meade, Vero / //J AMAZING GULF GUARANTEE I
I ,, If, for any reason (except for malicious willful inteiitieaal, w
Beach and West Palm' Beach.Mr. i negligent damage), your Giftl. brand tire (does not prove sere I
3t WITH irable for its edge guaranteed minimum Irfetme, w* n used
Ed Wilkinsonand
t and Mrs.
tvxne can for noAcoflvnerciai P'jf p oses you entitled to an adtestaeiit
siEtAl wam M'IR!' met +w ACCIII1I children .spent last weekin S TRADE as fohoAS: I If the cause is defective; workmanship or material,
eesue 111.Wei, 6taiYw 1 N wt Iw A&I. ', < '. ,_ 'r ,. Every Gulf Tire'at Big Sevin g a. you will receive a new tin without. / charge. If the cause is any
tt ptermas '. !:-- .e' Vero Beach, with Mrs. Wil- other reason. Gulf will i repair it without charge or offer you a
: -' kmsonjs that portion of the purchase"'
brothers. See your nearest Gulf dealer represent d mtherunused/
prICe by
luaraateed minimum; lift of
.-...... '_: lit' Hz AFdct, You Can. Do Bet. er At'flenniark Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt listed below l the tire .

.,_ f' "\. '." :1" and family. enjoyed a delightful -, -
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.... a" .. last week at Juniper Springs. /r.41\
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Sunday School. 10 a. m. !

furniture Co. Morning, Worship.. 11 a. m: 245 W. Madison St. Phone 964-5791

Training Union, 7 p. toEverdng I ,
=; J II { m" I : \ : Worship 8 p. m. I 'r.c 1
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays 100 West Call St. Phofte 964-6551
::::434..1-16 W. CAL St\ PHONE 961.4321
7:30: p. m. Rev: Joe Roop. _

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t M i a' .Season Values" tor: $,23.95 Leather Shoes Shoes High or Low of originalPrice :- regardless 'KIDSKIN SHOES NEVER
i-rvT a R1VRLL S Entire Stock Were $12.9. Values I to $14.95 High or Low

_! STORE ow !16;I 99" Nc *' $$.9: Now: SO.99 z Now $g.99Back Now J.99 : .

STARKE Back To School To School Men's Dress Pants Have You Been' To" A

>< z ..t .. ', ,ALL $8.95, Selected Group Special Boy's Special Boy's Dacron & Wool Sale at NSght t Thurs,

*. ff l S SlEI 'S' SHOES SHOES SHOES Values to $10.95( : Aua9( 8 P.M.

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i Prayer Meetirfg, Wednesday, t TO toUR HEALTH iaje afterndori adding five !Arfe Enjoying':. .; : \VESTIN6fIt(1SE -
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hazards to Florida but the
more northern climates, even Ninety-five Bradford Coun- l-i "
301 'State Board tf) alth says a in haze when no sun ,is vis- ty youngsters. are attending a '
tfew precautions' mil keep you ible. Suntan lotions help pre- week's free, camping at the ; : $ :" ;" : ;
out of a sick bed.' vent burn. Salvation Army's Camp Keystone -- Ji -- 'D

r' 'The o lumber,i hot weather And watch out for snakes: ; ,on Bedford Lake, Juve- <.", 1t JO'a(!!e' 'm'l-" a's I ,L
VfHS :,menace of the, past-polio ....'i poison Ivy [leaflet three; let iul T CotmselSf i ,Florence Jennings" i A
I 'has been greatly reduced but I it be"]; and' ticks: roaches, announced, Monday.The. '
Dr. Clarence' M. Sharp, assis i flies and mosquitoes which children were taken r to '.
J tant state health officer namfidj --I variously carry typhoid diarrhea .*

? ,;' / A. 6rersvwMeh! # ;; prqrfnore."onuiion malaria, Rocky Mountain -1,I the campMonday morning by o 4 1.1Qo .- _
: s MMffi nir ES :; ; in summer with : [ spotted fever and other ,I" school bus and will return ,

i ;suegesHons: ot,:. ,what; .. ,to, J0::dis ase!. r .L r1z9 home this Saturday. 't I: : 4 i ieL j'-w
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I re4Pri. <1".1,,: gryrJ .mofl awl: wend 5 "ftciB at Jne; Gos--=1. Morning Worship, 11 a.'m .
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:GIRL'S SIZES fO 14 -'BOYS SIZE TO 8few i "!" .,."" .Co...n,. '_"''' !at,.". t.'n+ie.r oni",1 colice .',- : j nigh, itn\ l'' Worship, 8 p.m'. Broth!r-. ,. va

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rnrtnitlefilin \.P;'Pnfl ie1.:; who. wftfe :Mrs. &radvis visiting ThursdaY 8 'p.m.=:Rev. Gee.WChisntitPstor. : c 1 n
: II. i t'.' $>td 36 c&'reportfd; in Ms parents Rev and \. I

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i. fONt "o"1in""" ;antl h4r rPhbAiiafithr Clarence Melton and daugfiterj -: GRAPH. h' More ,Fresh Food Storage?
.. I .Wsa# irMnrfoAiC kr+ Deleta, and Gary ..foorrof 1 .. ..... ", 55
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r tin ltalihin3) 'int.'I$ A f;bf'andr Elmer\ L. Johns and childrenpf CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD L rV i.d% Handy Freezer For Every Day Use
r rnli tnnri ''ok'Jf; tlgfal1v ib.I'PQ ;Apollo Beach. IV" ( l.lCuFt:; )
i- inf 4nSt4 '! rt 'W"/!! 4 4roePQ'nf Miss Phyllis Martin, who Julien! tiUxCER'I.
'- I rlvePntri rpnort f fI' int Will be.Prtng back. Thursday l vs. Case Xo. 13-1S2 Plenty of Door Storage #
I'' DIU .and' 155 of infant dlar- to per Post.,ot utf in Ecuador :Margaret Jamison Severson
I 1 thg .,. .:_ .J.L -*." .... brui1h( XOTICn Defendant TO ,APPEAR I Refrigerator Space ... 11.5' Cu. Ft.
colorful tKxJkmSrk/ for each TO: "Margaret 'ramison-Sever-
boblpusi1a11y,11PSF11tSfrnm son whose residence is: 835Els- Two Porcelain Crispers
I 't"I\nt minateij water fcri one, present Sunday morningas beth, Dallas 3, Texas. .
I i f/vid. TT i>':wallrfrom ah apichemicals. ;4a token of remembrance. You suit for are divorce hereby and notified other thata relief :ic ytw' Famous Westinghouse Injector _
OFF j ""f1 rspm, bOll it.4)l' treat Miss Martin was also remem- has been filed against you r.
{ : with lf.Cook-rf: food beif d with a gift. : .in the above named Court and : Cooling
J 1 rtMe1ibdist i cause and you are required to
I wp11. Re .careful. where :you serve; a copy, of your answer or I.
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Church pleading to the 'complaint .ou
I ctvJm. In 1961, cages
I s were the Plaintiff's Attorney, Therbn I.
l "f'nnrted. .. A. Yawn,' Jr. whose mailing
Schedule for week of August dress is:"" P. O. Drawer ad-I
j Food poisoning: results Starke, Florida and file the
h from !1iwa erTy canned brI 12j: iginal in the office of the ClerkI,
Fall Line .School Clothes Preserved Sunday? Cfiurch School, of the Circuit Court on or I ui 2ig'I
I i food! or foods in- 9:45: ajn/ Morning Worship the 7th day of September, 1962; :
I fected with bacteria. Wash 4 otherwsie the allegations of said
11 Snack Complaint will be taken as con-
CINDERELLA NANETTE BILLY THE KID i hands: ,do hot prepare roods"if. p..m. Supper for M- fessed by yon. ,
YF 6:30: ".m. Youth Meetings This notice shall be published< I j
TOMMY BOYTOGS -= DANNY & DE BIEDARE, I hands have:cuts; cook food
I 7 p.m. Evening Worship, once each week for four con- I
I well. There were 804 cases re- secutive weeks in the Bradford
: Everything In Infant Wear! ;'por'ted: last :v ar.ii 8 pjn. A nursery is providedat County Telegraph.
both s vices each Sunday. Dated this 26th day of July
ii{ Sun and heat strokes occur '1962;
II Monday; iiiinisferial Alliance CHARLES A. DARBY .
as a result'of too long exposure
meeting,.10 ain. MethodISt Clerk of the Circuit Court. NORTH FLORIDA
I and too"much exercise in: By Marian L. Crosby
5 EtTy'S TOT SHOP I sun. Symptoms are headache, Men's Club Supper in Deputy Clerk.SEAL .
I i fever, prostration. Clothing Fellowship Hall, 7 p.m. 8U( )8-23 S
: should be" loosened and vie5- Wednesday Prayer Meet- ,.
tim kept cool. One'a. ing.:. 7:30: pjn.Tfaorsclay + S .
Free Gift : '
Wrapping 118 N. Court l : '
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Sunburn: to prevent It, reMafs l- ':3p.m( : ; : SUPPLY co.
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'! Sunday SCh, I.O r .II,1.Morning .i Young People's: Meeting _, '
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1! Training' Union, 7 p.m. Eye-} "
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10 am: Sunday Night
L tp 'j ning Sen ice,. 8 pjn. Prayer.
.I Worship 7 p;: m.' Everyone
I I Meeting. Wednesday, 8 pirn.j : I cordially: (
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Revival services will be held j I Rob L. Badgett, Minister
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Church from June 24 through : Church. Worship 1045;;: a> m.
SEf4SATIONALSUMMERTIME coaos July 1. The evangelist will be '; Chi Rho. ,5:30: p. m; ..Choirpractice.
Rev. Bobby Perry of the 2nd i 6:30: pm. CYF, 7 p.
Baptist Church; Rockmart I m. Prayer Meeting; .7:39: p
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t .mit Services* special will begin singing at each 8 p.I EV:2GREEN< ;* tI .. II' OfAIISuimuer: Apparel and Shoes for the Entire -Family will Continue For 10

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E.!4.hge stic Service 7:3tt p. .
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AUG. 9 1963 :._' :" ". -: ... ..:. ..: _' .... .:;... -;:::,-=-..::-:-._ .,, .:::=._ .;- ...3 .-
." recipe:
Pear Mince Meat "'

Home Demonstration Two dozen large hard pears, Celebrating Starke's Fabulous
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6 cups sugar 2 lemons one-
Summer Sale! %z Notes half cup vinegar, 1 tablespoon Back To School Event, Carp's Feature
salt. 1 tablespoon cinnamon, 1
I II DOROTHY ROSS tablespoon cloves, 1 teaspoon
; '
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Ii i ,; Home Demonstration Agent grated nutmeg.
PE '
Peel pears and grind 'With
I coarse blade of food chopper.
Beds Mattresses Springs Council MeetingThe ing furniture and putting a
-- Grind lemon rind after squeezing
State Farm Home good protective finish on
juice out. Combine all ingredients -
Demonstration Club was host wooden salad bowls. They
including lemon
to the County Council for its have been simply amazed at
juice, and cook until mixtureis
Couches Vanities Chests
-- -- !, regular summer meeting. Mrs. the excellent results. .
thick and tender. Pour hot
I John Douglas gave a report They removed the old finish r zTH
into sterile jars and seal. Pro
on the State Council Meeting, with paint remover. After
I I held in July at the University further preparing the wood cess 10 minutes in boiling URS.,FR h,S AT. .,,'.
Rockers Platforms Recliners water bath 'to insure a good
-- i of Florida, and Gail MCKinney they applied three coats of seal. .aa s ...
I and Linda Edwards told penetrating sealer rubbing .AUGUST'S
water bath put
about 4-H camp at Cherry lightly with steel wool after Boiling 9-10-11 ,
I something in bottom of 'large
Lake. application to remove
2'ZDressers Each $10 I The, group decided to have the shine. vessel to lift jars off bottom. "--
a meeting in the fall on legal This type finish has proven Cover jars with about one
i matters pertaining to the :very satisfactory for our Florida inch of hot water and bringto c. D
I home. They 'plan to :have it o climate. Penetrating wood slow boil. Cover vessel witha
7-PC. BEDROOM SUITE $120 at sealer finishes lid. Boil slowly for 10 min-
I night so the husbands can are easy to ap-
With Mattress, Springs utes. BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE L
I attend. It will be open to the ply and maintain. They,penetrate -
I public also. -the wood, seal the pores, I si'-
TWIN BEDROOM SUITE ,I. After lunch, Mr. Jordan and give soft lustrous fin-
$98 j- a THE RIGHT POINT lot *
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10 Pieces I took the group on a tour of ish. They give a durable fin-
>S wrttev Cm In and
II the green-houses, and educational way' 7t ... '
department at the State ish.They are applied with a. elect ywur fimrite ESTEr r
III Prison. He is the instructor listless cloth and, because I'.&OOt >Fountain Fee. TELE- REG.S9. ? .M
Stoves Washing Machines ,, for the vocational agricultural they dry' quickly, do not collect GRAPH. M"rA A
I department at the prison.. dust as some other finishes
RefrigeratorsALL ; 4-H Council Meeting do. .. WOMEN'S NEWSaaforized
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I' The 4-H County Council Ladies: attending the work- Broadcloth, ,
USED IN EXCELLENT CONDITION met in the home demonstration shop were Mrs. Tom Brown Register for weekly prizes! :Wash 'a Wear .&,
II office Monday. Karen .Plata{ end Fancy Pritti J FALL BLOUSES
Mrs. B. F. Booth, Mrs. J. W. GIFTS and DIPORTS %" ;
Ii Lee, president, appointed committees Home Mrs. W. P. McElroy Sizes 6 to U
54-INCH CABINET SINKS and made plans for I Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Mrs.
Vagabond Shop
With Fittings 55 'II 4-H exhibits and demonstra- Lawton Youngblood Mrs. H.' Blue Jeans .
tions at the fair in .
o county O. Dyal and Mrs. Don Hill. I
301 E Call St. Ph. 964-5291 S
October. Pears ;
I $Ae i iI iI r
With Fittings 7Fan's Pizza was served at noon, Pears are getting ripe now I REG. S
I after the planning meeting. so you might like to have the j VALUENew
Girls attending were Karen recipe for Pear Mince Meat. 149Sttrdy
Lee, Gail McKinney, Jewell It is a delicious addition to
11 11IUCIItC
Allen Celeste DeVoe, and any meal makes ordinary r : R
BARGAIN Center Anne Savage. food taste better. It may be SEE f Sanforized, DenimZipper Fan Solid
Furniture Refinishing Front 4-pockets !i t1 Colon I & WhiteMany I
eaten .
on toast at breakfastor Bar-Tacked at Strain Points r.
Ladies in the Hampton area with meat at other meals. .Sizes 6 to 12 Collar
1/ Miles South of Starke on Highway 301 have been hard at it this It is even delicious as the CiASlICI IOAH Varieties
I week! They've been refinish filling 'for pies. Here is the I Jr. Boys' Boxer Slacks Rol!-U'
I Lace and Schiffli "
: a : Corduroy or cotton; flannel lined. Solidcolors Was '
I Wear a
in sizes 3 to 6.
; Sizes 32 to 38 "

i 79c VALUE $

I! Crew neck, short sleeve styles. 2 FOR 1 NYLO" HOSE

:} ,: Bold stripe patterns. 4 to 14. *
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CI: t. ,. -= Fine to"bed.cottOR.! Elastic 3 FOR l' Full fashioned, 60-gaug hose
'r. waist band. Sizes S, M, L ; puaranteed perfect. New tall shade
in sizes 8 to 11.Seamless.

:j s :- -M ,.: Shorts ,
- S ; i Nylons
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: 'I Broa&Ioth short, 2 1
1 : boxer style, aixeg.>>.a FORMEN'S
-=c Combed cotton PRS. |
:11 P- ; reinforced. (Sins 8. M. I*.*,' 2 51

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It 4JjI m i Streak free finish. B tw fbadu>
r:; iieg: Reg. 180 .
C3LU Itier 140 for 3' -'" in sizes 8ft to 11.
{ s If for '2.0S for -
,' WH i RM' combed cotton yarn Heat resistant rubber
: == I knit to fit Sizes & waistband and lee tiWOMEN'S PANTIES
x.'t. Jki* -iwr. .Sizes S-M. L. XL.
".".. ", : Acetate tricot, elastic teg.
CII Men's Fh-st Quality MEN'S 'CARP'S' Solid colors and 2-tone com 's
: m I binations.Lace,trimmed.Whit 5 FOR 1
Nylon Stretch:Sock Work Anklets
= and colors. Sizes. 5, 6, 7.
H I 3,.Pain for+ '$1. Reg.25c SPain S- '4 1 PANTIES
Handsome 'patterns and .
cotton nylon reinforced
i cotortT ibTfits 10 to Soft spun
= >.s. Oa 5 months.. 5 Sizes prs. 10 guaranteed to U. OUR REG. 49c S
= .. Avisco acetate tricot, picot
3 11ft"r 1
o 0 BOYS' CREW A GIRLS elastic top. Lace trimmed. ..""ai i
LL. = pert$ Seeksgelid TOLLER' ANKLETS White,pink blue.Sizes 5,6,7.WOMEN'S .

j. 5 02 No Need To Worry About What Should Be Checked i/ When You. i 1! 4 7: $1 .; ,1Sc Re 5. Pairs for 1 HALF SLIPS.

color socks.
with striped crew top. Sport triple ron euff: nylon re Made of DuPont acetate
socks in new patternad inf orced heel and toe. Sizes8V4 front.
tricot. Shadow panel
:. colors. Sizes 6 to 10%. to 1L 2 $1
and FOR
Lace trimmed at top
FIRST QUALITY, 80-SQUARE jfli bottom. Sizes S, M, L

; Check wit Clyde Terwillegar! : Cotton Prints GIRLS' PANTIES

... : I Acetate tricot tailored S

t. lEG Y brief with dainty lace FORTOTS'
a.S R, p trimming. Sizes 4 to 14.

cc .... :I: f 1 :A9c rD. 5 PANTS 1

== WHEREVER YOU LIVE '- [In Bradford or Union County'a i TRAINING

.H.w Fall PstteraCobrfut REG. 20c S
{ \ ,. Soft knit cotton with doubler' ) 7 FOR 1
36-ia.Wida '- crotch. Covered elostic{ woist-
whether New Car Used Car Service i : band. Sizes 0 to 6.
_!4 Z you a or on. LADIES SWIM SUITS



Z your Present Car SEE TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,, ,0 SAVE '40% ,g.OO to $1200SHEET Women's, Children's Fall Shoes

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i' REG. 3.99 PRS. |

Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford Union Counties. : IUNKETSRK5. and New faQ styta wear.tor Law bactto selection choo! 2 FOR S6

j : : : "1.39 size of styles sage.60x76 and. eofon. Complete 3.vv e. PR.

C fle in. Beautiful plaid patterns .
= lightweight yet warm. 'Women's Summer I Shoes
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S S an sizes la every style.Women's

_ = fIB t i >oujtproof Bfequara,ripper mothproof! .aweo. washable. Allergy* res. Fiats & Sandals.

: : LADIES JAMAICA SHORTS VALUES TO 3.99 from. Not PS.slit t A** $<|

I WASHABLE- Btselection ID caaoM _____JL 1

Terwiflegarm Large Se on-ONLY"$1.00 MEN'S DRESS PANTS '

E&SIN STARKE with Clyde &: .: ., l Reg. WASH 'N WEAR Reg.

I I. IATHi TOWELS 4.99 Now $yf.OO 5.99$5.00[

= 206 W. MADISON PHONE 964.3381SSTARKE : tom.20xd04n. .

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mrrVTY-TELEfiltAPn..L STAR1TT! FLORIDAtrrrrr.rtrrriri A"'
AUG. ,
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tntmCRAil'AM' and relatives attending Thoseon had that all their childrenwere and Mrs. Zack Robinson. f . teaspoon of Clorox or similar .said adoption. Deputy Clerk 1 FI9ril .- .
hand-foe the supper were I WITNESS;;, my hand and the t THOMAS & PIERCE I for Petitioners
present. W. C. Brough- Attorneys .
Mrs bleach in the
: ; Jo Williams and Mrs. water to control
Mr. and Mrs. Let's Go seal of said court at Starke, 203-205 North Temple Ave. 8-24t8-23
Jennings Starl- ton is on the U-S.S. Sabine Josephine Dortch the bacteria. Florida this August 2nd, 191:. I i .'. ...... ,
ing and family Mr. and Mrs. home stationed in Jackson ton, and Mrs. L11 .... Also, change the water inthejase CHARLES A. DARBY '0 .
of the Circuit
Court -
By Richard Cain Slfar ngand JamHy. ville. AU spent the day in an of Waldo were 1 every third day..an11cut 'By Marian L. Crosby
Mr and Mrs; Starling's sons: reunion atmosphere.. and Mrs. Junior iaruenm! off an inch or mare. of .&.-
.4. of :Lake 'Worth*Mr. and Mrs. :Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl day. t :?.trt. i i'ffi" the base of the stems .at that I

Richard &0n is back withus I,.'R.'G.Odom Griffis of. Graham, Leslie Jones Wednesday: fh rough Jessie N. Surrency ) em, Sharpe I i I time.For ATTENTION!
now. He had a nice ttmein Flint, Mich., Mr.and Friday of 1 last week were Mrs. Jessie N. Extauira-Service': additional information,
Fort Stewart, Xte.,'while-.on Mrs. Warren of Hampton Myrtly Coker' and family of 2004 East : asks yqur county; agent tor
two weeks' .Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Clark ofHampton gladiolus compares with I. Circular 188 1
Haven ,
camp with theFNational Winter andWillie Tampa, died last "Gladiolus For
Guard.;,'White. there TommyClark and Strickland, '- ,of Fqrt McCoy. beauty .-. both The Home Gardener."
ternoon. Funeral ..
Richard attended te 1 etypc Pat< ThomasN. This occasion !White here, they 'visited other ,eye f apiaeaL : -, T Boat Owner s
held Monday
were : n .CIRCUIT
school for nine days. A cerUrficate was heldin' the Starling'sback friends in the" community.Mr. in the $ the J la 4; has one ad- THE TUE EIGHTH "COURT JUDICIAL OF .
will be-sent back to yard. They live just and, Mrs. Alvin Davis over,human cojnpcti- cntCUIT OF FLORIDA IX .. -
the Waaham. Church with Rev. AJfU FOR :BRADFORD
Company B at Camp .:.Bland across..., river through *. spent Monday night with his officiating assisted .s it Js dressed for very<< CeTXTY.: IN CHAXCEHY.In .' i
ing showing that he t.successfully -, A11 reported( having a mother,'Mrs.N. J.,Davis. i H. Whitcomb. 'oi C re: Th.TeUtion'of CharleyE. BOAT OWNERS POLICYFree
wonderful Robert Johns IJnd Bertha .
; supper-and-ft good ; !
passed the .course. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Starling lin Myrtle Hill i changing costume Eunice Johns!!!, to adopt 0
Mrs. Novella Abernathy and time.'Mike Dowling, who was just- 'and family and Mr. and Surrency was a \ tall ternt .> ea.yjiesfl attract, K4ren_ Lynne NOTICE Fugitt; minor Your Mind From ,y orrf,.Over
daughter, Mrs. rBetty Noble Mrs. Jennings Starling and the Brotherhood a poolside plant? TO: William Raymond Fusltt Johns
and children of Ocala, visited released from the Army, is family, all of Lake Worth, Carmen, Local No. bouquet in the home o$i an Address: Unknown' I:, Damage Or Injury To Others! '
You. notified that .
spending time are herebv .. ,.
some with his .
Mrs. H. M. Wasdin and other '' visited Mr. and Mrs. H. E. the brother of eIA ut &r; the above-named Petitioners, ""
relatives Sunday. father;- Curtis 'Dowling. Starling. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings -I oyjng., glags is l.asy. Robert Johns and Bertha Eunice. about this-question: $10,000-LIABILITY
Mr. and Mrs. N.:Starling of Starling returned home of Graham, ,...,... commonly called Johns his wife have filed a -petition $ 500-:MEDICAL $$12-00
Mrs. i in 'the "ab6veistyled court
Mandy to Smith has returned Gainesville visited Mrs. Kate Tuesday. rency of 'Tampa.LeeBroughton planted: now will prr.> for the adoption of the minor "I might have known that $ 300-PROPERTY DAMAGE f'J *r. I ,
North Carolina After Starling Monday. Also visit- Cleo Harris of Jacksonvillewas a s'pl a sh.of.. coloj? 'in.. 60 child named therein and you my camera sitting in full
few to show cause why '
a weeks ,visit with her are required For Motor Trailer
brother and ing Mrs. Starling was Miss a, Sunday guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. day.g.: -the'' aine should Sot be grantedby view on the car seat wouldbe Here's Protection Your Boat,
... ... su\er-Jn-law, Mr Lavern Starling of Gainesville: ford announce the plant erring. a cop of your writ- ,
and airs.-- -- and Mrs. Roy Roark.. blend of colors: { ten defenses, if1 any upon a temptation. Sure e- "'
Berry Dygl. Rpbert Cain was visiting his ing marriage of of -TH01iAS* PIERCE -203-205 All Prices Shown. Per $100.00 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson varieties glads. ( & ; Bough the window
Edwin Starling, of ter, ..Gennive, to vent
son Mr. grandparents, Mr.; and Mrs. North: Temple Avenue Starke
of Ostrender Ohio, are'visiting with June Bells or
and; Mrs. Earl. Starling, has Carl Jones and aunt. Mrs. Broughton of Florida, 'Atjorhers for Petilionei9' broken the camera tolen. Full Coverage $6:OG( >
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Friendship!' fora! snow a nd by 'tiUAgfthe or lnal.tRPrpof ....
returned to Jacksonville'after Debbie Hall Sunday. He enjoyed Broughton is the with the Clerk of ,said Would a $1.0 policy insure .. '.
Frazier. While here they have display. Mingle i.iv a
a week's visit gait:his ''grand* Court on" or before August 30 about $3,00 in ,photo 25 Deductible $400
wonderful with
a supper been doing quite a bit of and Mrs. Carl corms of Hopnaan's. Qlory '1'2 f"other'iAp' a" 'decree maybe ; \
mother, Mrs. Kate Starling. them. sight-seeing: with the Fraziers. wedding will be potli ht variety .for. a, entered against you granting equipment for three years Trailers .. No Deductible -. $2.00
Mr. and Mrs.Buft Kirby and Family Dinnert This past week they went to August 11, at 4 of yellow.Add Valeria against! loss> theft or accidental -;
children of'Iacroese,-\alao Mr: t- ;;and Mrs. W. C. Brough- Miami 'and St. Augustine. Graham Baptist Souci for -red hues damage!'
and Mrs. George H. Pierce ton of Gainesville were visifug Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mel- Rev. 'George plant Elizabeth tke Register'forveefy! prizes !r PHONE 964-4501

and daughter of Starke' were \ hiS parentsIr..andCarl Mrs. ton of Orlando, along with banks for a dash of lavender. GIFTS and. IMPORTS.Yagbw Charley E. Johns

visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. -D Broughton, R. E.Brough Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Goodgeof will be held at feminine pink, S&R&\ a DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE
Pierce're entlv.. ton, and fiancee, Miss Gennive Starke, were visiting Mr. Mr. Broughton's corms of Friendship, Shop Agency
Mr. and Mrs: H. E. Starling Lee of Sanford..and the and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sunday. ter' the wedding. and Span or Phantom PHONE 96 .0121 AGENCY ;

of Graham entertained, witha other., children.. This is the, Mrs. Della Osteen and Mr. and relatives,of : .. ** .- : i, iSOt'E. Call St;'Ph."964-5291 I
fish supper at their home first- occasion that Mr. and and Mrs. Pratar Bruce of High cordially' invited thrive best in a 131 S. Walnut St. 218 N. Temple

Saturday/ night, with friends Mrs. Carl Broughton haye Springs recently visited Mr. ding and drained soil 'in a ,tWny I r :":. ,

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., prepare a bed \\-. .----i---. 0
-7 -'- ; cultivate thoroughly and -. < I .
,-'- $ all wee<& afxj'trash. /, a Yz ,:
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o of* &e rows, in_ the ... .
ti 4r g bed perhaps to I

GOODfi .. :: 5 1 design.& that at wUl'1 add' I
< anty ? 5iOI1!. 1
time. l'
l w U drained or very lane ; i
piepar a two-or tares i iII i
4 trench! 'for' planting.I .4n'! f ; t, I
organic place ,the..I .
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$$120001000r at ground level and. .....1.-<. .".: ,
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inchea.'ovec-ithe a''bulbs.;' 'tw.<. .....-- -
.Wyk.h the -coraiS' firmly. into ,- .
soil four tQ si\? inches j : I

i ,in rows that are two I
: feet apart I
planting is finished I
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in '
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: ... as a 4-8-8 INPK1] on <:l' "
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961.6111's of the beds, but not
try over the corms.
'-} J. about 2% pounds of j
lUCKY I : N :
( $ j food per 100 feet of row.I' a. L.- -l 1 1v !

rQ P :the. area to dissolve the I; ,

** (selecting varieties or : i 1
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'i r on alternate weeks. Ii ,6'U.I TARS
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extend flow : ;
considerable I
over a pe .
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awaiting for the flow '

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) t' il with a small hoe is !
YOU may driving w st way to defeat the ; { % i iw
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9' !e l plants. Also shallow cul i I

a$+fJ.n81JJ .h.t now j\\You canvicfe *? causes less damage to .
> << \ roots. II
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nt Station horticultur- I! NOW! w ,SALE rI. .
19',2 O. ttiz s.t' realJ yway

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r about five weeks .

Nofhjti. t t Y Btnil. J.* ar "4t 'lla planting. On very sandy I' ,, ?irJTl I

b \ THE ,SWEEPSTKES I6 JI the! offered glads at will least grow three bet 7 DISCOUNTHOUSE J. t }. I

of plant food at r.

qthlt A n r.j 1 NYLON SAFETY L.mtq ek intervals after plan. t : ;; ,ri !

; Made with excfasbe Tofeya ie Oae cubbed the fertilizer on both I ,,i, .1. I
YOil? ., .JI! yew Ygis \ t Tl i TlYTT original,Twin-Grip tread fed Tread desigaVH to of the row about six in- : I II
have tI charm 1st 1I> *prizes M t rH / mer}, used oe millions Ccheck'yptir ewr earsr' from the plants and i I
worUt'l-m i+ t .. .in sod f-v-, I : -_ into the soil surface I ;. I
f icenee_ l J 011 jPrices( '.dtmri 9 t harming the rod I .. . I I I
our list New =tiff's w Le -
,Lucky License d 'V. \1
posted ea b week for ax" weeks. '" prevent* diseases, pur- i I
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Sweepstakes TV
Bach w ekm Sept &+ sot eosae > only clean bright

wins a-.u>eek'f .vfu QQ ,ia,,)Paris, start at''onlyROAD Usually, small corms,I
for twel r.. in diameter, are
than large corms. Dull I SATURDAY
corms! ONLY. !
checl'foda jie. In .--121 MbNm'.too ,,- indicate diseases.old .:
might carry ,: ,I .
runatng rlgrit n wl! HAZARD GU RANT isease spots show up on, -
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,' \. of the plants spray
:'- ,' week with zineb. This C
prevent the healthy COKES

Jj.O'O0' w.M" iEAR' from getting infected. .
warm weather keep an
_\ 't L. t. for thrips and chew :I i ,
: ,. ",f t 0 apply a weekly dust ipf j i :- J" -- -- I .... ',,:: .
Nati0a-VW NH I N vi ail telf Slaratee. All Key tsftdytar 2. Against any defects in vodoaBsfa i? and Baled s -let or dieldrin to con-,;, I
htt fir is Ire CoraatoM Miti"J) .. to time or sines 6'e- > ti varmints. In making'' S .
:1. Agakst tonwal road hautfc -Lt, blowouts fabric breaks, cuts Goodyear dealers in the 0. S. er Canada iriS cake arJj&staent follow, the : (j HOT, '

..etoaths except. repairable X- poodurts.. 4, limited si to wigiiul -owner> for number of. '-,'ante"Goody on ear new Price tire"' based on origin $teead tes& aaaaaiag. as4 : d i.r e c"lions" -I!:! : : ; -

i Rood .Service Tires B fferies._ Wheel : ;. 'blossoms be too hasty begin cut to :' -

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for home use. A DOGS ,
Iipodman's r : 1 : '
least two lower florets I
fully before cutting : : '

Service a \ S.t .
( will last about a'' ,
in the home. For this . .It :.- .'
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a t1ng beauty, keep the

709 S. WAL'UT'fJHY. aol SOUTH. PHONE. : clean and free of bacterial -
i T I slime. Use one-quarter t;

Opens 'A4 Md; -Season J Back to School! Boys All Men's Short Gene Littler ,

'i All $1,50 Ties Swimwear Wash &Wear'Pants Boy Shirts Sleeve and Long ; S-EE !r rj
.- '. Golf ShirtsOnly
j Sizes 4to 12- Sizes 4 to 12 Sleeve Sport Shirts .

1 Were $".95 Values to $6.95

.i, : .k .N ow: 99c ; % OFF; ,1!/ PRICE $3,.99 OTHER ADS IN

THIS STORE Men's Walk I Shorts : Wash and Wear All Sport Coats and White*Dress Men's Trench Boy's; ,Trench -?Read-EreryT"

1 111. :. (RAl'trCOA''S Safrtil"" I
31E1V;} S pl\ts "SuitsGreatly SHIRTS (RAIN) COATS '
an'AUPSOS .. .. ... .
; s r (with Bars) II
: jilVARi7arke f .... r Values to $5.95 Reduced {'s'lue to $4.95 Were -$8.9o Were $...95

! t ixaoxs. NIGHT a r,3L Y2 PRICE ''NoW'- >.99?! u 'Now $ .99GIAND SAVE !
.7 P'tatI'2 .. OF F Z- Now $E.99 Now.-SJ.Sft'1; 1
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<, 3 iemembej to bring: the 2"'. 260 6
_ ya'atlon Bible School? Jgp j GULF SHRIMP 690
daj Jilorni Aug, 3.J,through HEAT-N-EAT GOLDE BROWN '
,Au Ust 17,,Clpsses' for> begin PERCH R'J -
ejjs. .prltnaiy{ arid, Jiioio?
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,gtade8.wiHbe.Jticld 4 : each irprji- _
,frig .from. a:30;: to It:All cbUdle COOKED: ,SHE.LT": 90' BONELESS FRESHOUICKfROZEH c t.

iwekiome.taptatyr ... I
A l is extended 'to PRICES GOOD.THRU WEEKEND AT >- -T-- ,., f
.tditlve* ij Mrs. Pearl/Jones ,' ''.a. _. -_ LI ( 5 LB. 49 I .
1:1 u($t .o died<(tl4.f'-* herr '"'.'}'.,'' ;' ,

,:P.l,(.2'lc 1" J)1 rot: l\tf\!", '.. .::t*S:r"{.. 1 CUBED FLAVORFUL BEEF ti ,
(I.Affour Cv:J>farQ;$, 'at cn4.ed .i. 20Z.71 "

Ith fnqraf,jit. 4 p..n3.,. 1' .:? .;: } SYNCS.- LB,
3p; pRy Is:.also ettende'd 1.lti..?. 4"- .. l .. .. .-. ; -,.,'
tb.e:..litof held. J A" ,
L 11[ aQn} : 9 ni'- ,tuhd, 'e IA : a .

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!J'r J 'M11' Hove w _
$94 1 ?d I ptt a endtl\|:
+1e1rt ,Q{, ra,. ."o e'ij.aunt.; ,
,33 ) Me111! nwgt4ri\ HJeJ : '
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fJ1l; aleand ,MI,1pd.Mrs.1kiiips ,
; f w e afin'IjkeCr '..
\ ".. I3tJIJ iafteraoop'whexe I It
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If )ii i ,. ells' .pl- Lergndmotter- a
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i 14f'r .,i Mr'T: >lrB QrV41Je -

'uingarnr ,
\ f. ": ",' i-;
:: \ lS. OI.enn 81hiiford r 1fH
were- visitina, },{rji. .Leslie t ,

.Sat in Maxv1lle Sunday, BLUE CRAIHFED
1.IMiSj Lorraine Frye'rt.;"and
:IfS! ; Kathe'( Jones are atten'aMethodist KIBBOM( BEg
i .f Youth As em- / *
.bit I at Leesburg this week.

#Sidney'vHJtnsen'rovingjc.nicejy: after is t reported stjrjf- Gnnps 50 FREE. r CHUCK 594 I RIB .,' I CUBE 9:9: ,

lOT at Sty 'ipcenVa; Hospital. '_ 12 pvPo Ye t{forCHy ret:) ,STEAK I LB. STEAK LB.' STEAK M.B, .t .
Ms.t } .nat 1'MYa. .}\}4. O E nJPlStllt .. w y "
t" "L: ', ""y,".': 1P 'C sn.1.'r"1/""' BUBBLE N' CLEAN ) -. -- ..___, ..,
.1T?. E: Fralic, u _resting 'c6inflrtabjy : -
( In the Like. City VeyUlt s :.+ ...a..r.. r. rr, ., .xx. .. .
tP.t.{ 4cisjta .. ? ; ?
.' e' n1 priest" MlnUi ,.' WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER ._ y 1 { /

dv;-relative: 1r"4u..tay.. ?. }iCT&dar d'. 1f16111s,1rl 1 tf, ... ''' !\.. 'EXPIRES 8-12-62. .. .. t\'"' '\\.'" i T._.:.......n..M..I........................._'...."........................."..'.........._..........;a.-.. _...._......._....._....._._.._.......-...'.-.4., ... IC0'I'i :...-..--..-....,,-..--w..o .'.' ..,
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Ni1gs' EUjta eth Terry: spefttiwnday i nl' MILD LONGHORN ..
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her through ''Wednesdaywith l Crttn Sumps t. i c c1lti .199 R CH. u. 59C
Mrs. a- E.
the of .. P.3 G. SLICED' MAYFAIR-
\Vith purchase tlUANtlTY
,Strickland, in) i3 in4syille.. ; ; ,..
r Mr.. andMrar qt a'raridchildren : dewy Duty (p1t1<() RIGHTS OlTOGMP5. 49C CREAM'CH.. 2 2 PKG.0Z 25C. -

Airs', ionija :Mdsel. CANNON TOWEL ... .. .' P. -C. SMOKED KUYFAI8 NEW IMPROVED ..
,and Mrs. Nj to gyal: pf Starke ..... .
> ': ..... RESTED SAUSAGE LB.g9C COT. CHEESE uol'26C
Af Our Regular low Price r ; v.v. ...
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-UtWrioh.Attended atT.itp the\' DJar 0 SPrfngs. .family- BtltidaY Ve>. EXPIRES 8-15-62 g .. ...., .., ...................._.......................:.... ::.............:.................................r._................;_........... .....;.......;..,.. .........-. ...........r...,,...........-...-....-'$'-, >t.f il.t. ;. ,
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Wl1J} rj4iJ3 d'1J1 uldiel} 'Re- ; ,". :
I vineth s''W11st! 't ..tb;:" ';:":;;; !! {

withaCstattu! en Wa pR.: : ..r.........!!!.!!!!!!'. .*! ,,r ...r.. .................:4..rr..rr..1 ......._...... ... ........... 'rrnilw n1
MrDetgmtJr. JiSstk.CPjpmand MERCHANTS r t, THOMPSO '1..:: (iR. I Eii .7. :. ,
,at Tort: Jackson. C, Cnitn Sl mp

frs.'in Joyce!Tallahassee Fut; i grid Monday Hajphwere t: A a the purchasepfx. :i ; '. ._ SEEDLESS \ ;::.'::.. Horrraifbrlf MBURGrIr 'Olts' .2 oar 9 fr .
blew BonnetMARGARINE
t# tO1gyedIesdl.y\ \ visiting j 1 Quarter* f 2 h : FRESH BAKK>pMO -ORCocoputPIES'" LAD .fAIR ICED MELTAWAY fti..f
: "
t laIvesJ, t1 : .tu; : a. : := '"' 49C. 'CQf' e Cake ]4oz-. .3

Miss Vera Crews and MissMerle A! Our Rejular Iwy Prie :.::... :. .
; ''$O&tfig)1t.-NiqWtug J i in J' axPlRtse 1562Wrh f .,.'' .:.' ;.; ,, .. ::-- r 6'I' -
Ja.cltson ill vd1 ere. they !gave '. '.: "'! ( ;!' ,. "
:iccepttd t employment with.Sill ; } :; DELICIOUS FRESH.. .

p j Telephone Company ; I l.;: F 3 : ft9
,A very pleasant occasion r EE'Sr'OIiE PEACHES

_ I last Thursday. evening wa 4 AIEicNANIS .. .,.. .,.. .. i us. .
stork 'shower" for Mi'fi-lJbii ,L ir sa StuIA$ q'

Sraith Tetstone given\" In ,.the tjh* pwchii* cE ;. \ : 2 t ) ::/ *

1 J I home Hostesses; ? of with Mrs Mrs.Ralph Wise Wise were., SPANISH lady Fair 20 BAR Ox._lc CAKE*
1 Miss .June' Brown,. and Miss : 1 '
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Betty Allen. After enjoying : .:. :' \ ,, AaPIRtI
At Our Reguer!) lout \LBS.: ,:' ..' ,. rr
t i contests the marry lovely; gifts e ts t 10 ..::: .. .. .....,:.?..',.1
? were presented Jg th h.qnore} ":;:" ....::,":"'> ,
". :'..' ... .
1 Refreshments were :. ..'
served to .
,...... ..)..,.< ...
the 50 guestS'' ,who were< invited ::::: ,. : :::..'
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to this affair. Out of :: .: :: :::: ::: ;: s
town guests were Miss Willi
Mae Testone Mrs. Yvonne

Telitqn, Mjs. & B-,1} u
piet f l4frrt, ?i ickl htotter "ltd. I rft
'Ji T \ v 'K"* .
I Mrs: George "fetstoiy fir of J

ppjoker. .
ht.he Churches -

vQ acc M hpdist; C urchtcMol
t ? 9:4Sa: Jn.; Wp;ihip '11 ,t
P hl4 M.Y3 .'Bch WS p qI71 r f 3n
':p ro'.'I.Quis$peker.n xtJun-
'day e Rev2 Walter\ l Or- r

a GYM\ t Sl9Iey} iI ,.. '
)., ''':$ : l a q
Bohobl 10; Worship 11:,,Tta1n, -
t ing tI i"t.t Q4" SV9 ffi 11R f
p.m. '" \te ak .el1'i ,Jicl1!
i(ed ts day ve i\1 1RI ? ,,
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.-.. ... -. ,' ..''- t."t'NOTItE' DETERGENT "! -,,/;,

the notice und rsir,i. "f%4.r pi ty.o,.ithat.t4 Grp; ; (
vision of ChaittfOf 'SIltI 3,'Ia1t'J : f Y LARGE : :
to bradCircuit Florida. 'Acta -01'' \\ !SUr.n Mllll /FbF4J49\ IIZf FAB z .2't

ford County, Florida: .wwnv -
I celpt notice of proof, the of fictitious publication name olthii ORTOH*FROZEN COCOU*PLfc::' .. .: FYNE TASTE ASSORTED FLAVORS .
of Cre.cet>\ Motpp Court. ndr % ; ;
which 1 ua npgd hVia.u : TA 7t:
U.s. 501J$oaH fitJet \'l'lri 1
bird Ruth Bumba, P. O. Eot JRUJT PIE
;33 Dated, Stark this. i'il.:nh, r aol
A.D.. 1J*!; at Stark) *,, 8t dfordCounty <* i LIMIT TVffH 42, 0FO ._. .
7-:$ 4t, a Florida.'f: l '.';_','''.,' E AA 1 : D ORDER.fc r't HARDWOOD BAGUETTES STARKIST CHUNK'LIGHT-HEATJUNAJilSH .

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,TYiE 'Q'I1. ; JOINT. stir. 1 "the. 'I ."I.; OZ4.] z- :t > HILLSDALE SLICEDPINEAPPLE PILLSBURY

; ',rr1 I. ,t,, M. to"t '. a\d: CAKE HIKES QUALITYDEVIL'S
'''_, Jot k i ; t' 3'c 4100 ,
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i1 1 90K trnt t1t'PrZ 1Eri CORN (KERHAL WHOLE ) 6'120% "jOO CHOC FUD6Q I7W.PK6S.FLAVORKIST $1 .
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M 'GtS and .IMPORTS #** ;

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.yy..........nnntmBROOKER Doris Kelley, and family., sence to go' back to' collegeto ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis: bbtain his master's degree.

: and family of Starke, were Rev. and Mrs. Temple and THE .
CASH AND CARRY ONLY Saturday: night guests of'Mrs. children left this week for
By Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Amanda' Lewis. Norfolk Nebr. I '
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- j
more of Ocala were weekend On or ADVERTISEMENT about Monday, July 16,jI
AWNING SASH JALOUSIE SASH 1962, drawings and specifica-I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ,
Mr. and :Mrs. George John- tions for the construction of an
.. son and son of Los Angeles, Green. They ;returned Saturday addition to Bradford County
No. 12 19" i 26" - $11.20 No. 12 19" x 26" -.- 6.56 Hospital at Starke, Florida will SPACEMAKER
after week's to
a trip
No. 13 19" x 38 --$1d.58 No. 13 19" x 38 14" $ 8.63 Calif were visiting Mr. and be available for distribution to I
New York City and'Was hh
Mrs."J. H. Sullivan recently. g- general contractors by Moore
No. 22.37" i 26" $14.58 No. 22 37" x 26" '- $ 9.31 ton D. C. and May. Architects. 606 N. E.
No. 23 37" X 38 1-4" .$18.56 No. 23 37" x 38 14" $12.06No. Mr.and and children Mrs. Marston,of Jackson-Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harri- First ida.Applications Street Gainesville Flor-i I I

24 37" 'x 50 5-8" $21.66 No. 24Jalousie- 37" x 50 5-8" $14.38 ville were' recent guests of son and sons of Arizona were* interested in from bidding contractors: on this
?MOH. Doors $26.88 Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley' last work, not to exceed two (2)
LUAN DOORS week. sets ef drawings and specifications -
:. Mrs.Monte Shaw of Jacksonville '' together with payment of
2.0x6-8x13.8. t SHEET ROCK ; :::: visited Mrs. Ophelia Cindy Hamilton Is c in New $50.00 per set, should be filed
$5.61.4: x" 8' x 3-8" 'per $1.49JPAINTS : York with her grandparents. promptly with the architect,
pc. Moore and Mrs. N. C. Mott
2-6 x 6-8x13-8 ___ a'6.33 and bidding material will be
Mr. and:Mrs. Z; W Hamilton col.
last week. forwarded shipping charges
2-8 x 6-8 x: 1 3868x138 ...:. $ 6.69 Per. Gal fore weeks.- lest as soon as available. Any!
June Hardy and Jimmy
3.0 x r $7.05\. \ Plio-vin ____ __ ___ __ $3.33 Crosby of Starke are visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. &:,C. Douglas bidder promptly upon and returning in good ,condition such set,
2.8 x 6.8 x 1 3-4 $ 8.81 Plio-Tac __ _ 4.46 their grandmother, Mrs. Mattie -, entertained ,the Brooker will ,be refunded nonbidder his down, payment -
3-0 x 6-8 x 1 3-4 '_ $..9.20Var.tung __ __ __ __ .4.68 Barry this week. Me \/'s Softball, Team with a returning and any such set. will uponso be
((3-0 x 6-8 x 134 w-lites $13.26 Tuntex __ _ 3.05 The Atkinson reunion was supper',at their ''home Satur- work refunded will$ opened Bids by on Brad-this;'
held at the home of Mr. and day jnight.Mr. .- ford County Hospital Corporation 1 I II (
Interior Good One Side Plywood Exterior Good One Side Plywood Mrs. C. L. Atkinson recently;, and 'Mrs. Reed Lewis! at 17%:,00 1962.p.m. on Friday, I' lIl! I I I,
Johnny McGee is home vis- and 'family'ot; Wiggins Miss. Board of Trustees Bradford: I p pI
1-( 4 x 8 per pc., ._=l $3.08 1-4" 4 x 8 per pee $3.40 iting Mr. and Mrs. E. L.,Lester i are visiting her parents; Mr. County Hospital Corporation
3.8"4 x: 8 per pee '_- __ __ $4.12 3.8"4 x 8 per pc. _T4.60 and Ernestine.Mrs. and"Mrs; CT.'L.sAtklnson.. : Inez.A. Green SecretaryTreasurer. -I II IIi
1-2" 4 x 8 per pc.: .- __ $5.36 1-2" 4 x 8 per pc. __ 5.84 Fred McDavid and Eddie and John Lewis spent 7-20 4t 8.10 I
34" 4 :x; 8 per,pc.. -_' $7.20 34" 4 x 8 per pc. __ 7.88 daughter, Brenda, and Ra-,. Sunday: t' East Tutney THE RIGHT POINT for the i ;! f I iI
mona Harrell were visiting InPompand i Springs with Mr. and"Mrs..W. way you write. Come in and
FRAMING LUMBER Beach last week. I C.. Stalnaker and family. select your favorite ESTER-

8' 10' 12'. 14' 16' No. 2 Pine Mr. and Mrs. Jack Registerof ;J. W. Sullivan and son of BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
Ukiah Calif were visitingMr. I Gainesville visited Mr. and GRAPH. I
2 x 4 per pc. ...54.67' .80 .94' 1.07 $100 per 1000' and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan !MCI. -J.; H. Sullivan Thursday i
2 x 6 per pc. .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60. __ $100 per 1000' over thweekend.. night.
2 x 8 1.18. Mrs. Cliff Hazen and son Farewell Dinner,
1.47 1.76
per pc. 2.06 2.35 __ $110 per 1000' Register for weekly prizes!
of Gainesville visited Mrs. A,farewell basket dinner
NO. 2 pine ROOFING Mary Green.' Sunday afternoon, was' given for Rev. and Mrs. GIFTS and IMPORTS
.. Mrs. Bobby Jones and, I
1 x 4 No. 2 Floor __ __ 110.00 220 Ib. Shingles @ _7.56 sq. daughters visited Mrs. C. E.;' James Sunday Temple at the and Community family Vagabond Shop
1 x 6 V-Jt. & siding! 5115115.000 Warren in Dade City last
-- -- 90 lb. Roll __ Center The Brooker Baptist
1 x 8 siding __ __ __ __ __'$ ,- Roofing @ $3.35, week. Church has granted Rev. 301 E. Call St. Ph.964-5291
1 X6T&G __ __ __ __ __ __ $115.00 15 ,Ib.and 30 Ib. Felt @ __ $2.45 Mr. and Mrs. John Crews Temple a year's leave of ab- A
1 x 6 No. 2 s' 4 s. '$110.00x 'Ii and Mrs. Mary Willis of Bell -
Galr. Roofing @ $11.56
TC. so,
visited Mr. and Mrs.J.H. Sullivan i
1 8 No.2s4 1
s _ $105.00 : : 4
: Sunday. A I ; r |
CEMENT __ -_ __ $1.47MORTAR Mrs. Mary Smith of New- y x FREEZE-N-STORE
All Treated :Materials berry is spending this week FLORIDATHEATRE ICE SERVICE
I -While They. Last: ... ': MIX' -- -- -- -- 1.32 with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith. w 3
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof
'$1995 : lOgo Charge For Any Gainesville visited Mr. and

:Merchandise Returned Mrs. N.'' C. Mott Sunday.
John Register s in San
Diego, Calif his basic --
Home Owned: =All receiving
And:Operated Merchandise Fully Guaranteed ,
training with the U.s. Na-
vy. He is the son..of Mrs. J. r lr
Charles B. sefiey, GM2 -:,>:(,':\ .\ ..\\'-.. :
PHONE 964-4201 COMPLETE BUILDERS SERVICE AT SAL DEPOT serving with the U.s. Navy,
and A-lc Winston Kelley serving -. "SPLENDOR in the GRASS"FRLSAT. GENERAL ELECTRIC

., with the U.s. Air Force
". at Omaha,Nebr. are home on
: 'leave with their mother Mrs: ;., ., -- AUGUST 10 11


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Bob Rhonda
I Hope, Fleming I

-OPENED in a: GuivGal> and Gag Stampede I

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A "ALIAS JESSE JAMES"CoStarring I i Week

Wendell Corey I

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Cartoon "Safety Spin" I

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Wed.., Thurs., Fri. Aug. 15 16 17I :
l Damp-dry .
I 0 spin many
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JERRY LEWIS : 0 Installs flush to wolf..
i cabinet depth for buHi*
in lookWashes
forge family
: \ ..SERVICE CENTER i I CO N:WAI.I load cleans smaller:

., GIN El At loads tooIUCTIIC
,tr;,* ,- CLOTHES & Actlatcr'83-zone'WCtSfa.'

1 Ii i I tOADS WITH Nw."Q t IK.. .''.'.....A... aL ing_...,......J.u.. .dais. clothes ,

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; SALES AND SERVICE II : : g isfta&gaajv-r- !
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"We Service .Your Set Regardless of Make1 .' \

Television -' ':. ; ,. Phone Keystone

RENTALS, .. 4651' 4t I I i Bullington's Appjiances

Hyws. 21 -and 100 Keystone Heights Next to Walker's Service Station

-. 1.1fi.Ir.JL.,...- &!fit ;3 RM, 100 W. CALL STREET .- "PHONE 964-6551
Friday, 6 P oM.t .

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